Supreme Court Justice Robbed … Again

Just months after being held-up in the Caribeean by a machete wielding assailant, the Washington Post is reporting that Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer’s Georgetown home was burglarized recently.

According to the Post, $3,500 worth of items were stolen, including two silver candlesticks and a set of silver.

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TRNS News Notes- 7/19/14

Scotland votes NO
Congress approves Syrian rebels’ aid
Use of force next, Congress?
Clapper: We underestimated ISIS
Hagel: “We recognize this is difficult”
ISIS video uses British hostage as spox

Dempsey Praises French Airstrikes Against Islamic State

France is the first nation, who has committed to assisting the U.S. led battle against the Islamic State, to conduct direct military strikes

Scotland Chooses To Stay In UK

Scots vote “No” to independence with 55% of the vote.

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● Court validates Deepwater probe

● Probing the NFL’s tax and antitrust exemptions

● Household income varies among states

● Pro-Form ab GLIDER headed to dustbins

● Workforce tenure unchanged in 2014

● Violent and property crime rates declined in 2013

LISTEN: The Day Ahead – September 19, 2014

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Catalonia mulls its own independence referendum, John Kerry chairs a meeting of the UN Security Council and Sierra Leone begins a three day Ebola lockdown.

Kerry: “We Have The Authority, Without Any Question” To Fight ISIS Without Congress

Secretary of State John Kerry also told Congress that Syrian President Bashar al-Assad has been “playing Footsie” with ISIS terrorists.