TRNS News Notes By Victoria Jones
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● Court affirms cap-and-trade pollution plan
● Court lifts immigration bar to Brazilian chefs
● Physician aide draws 15-year term for fraud
● Where ideologues get the news
● FCC targets political robocalls
● San Francisco’s landlord tax is rebuked
The last chance to catch Halley’s Comet for the next 47 years, the U.N. Security talks piracy in Somalia and Jimmy Choo lists on the London Stock Exchange.
London orders surveillance flights over Syria and Qatar earns a spot on the U.N.’s Human Rights Council.
New aid deliveries arrive in West Africa, but the U.N.’s Ebola relief fund remains only 5% funded, and 15 countries win seats on the Human Rights Council.
Democratic Sen. Kay Hagan declined to appear at the event.
The United States should host another Olympic Games, as long as it makes economic sense, according to the US Olympic Committee CEO.