Morning Constitutional – Wednesday, 25 June 2014

Good morning, everybody. Kristen Bell and Dax Shepard are having another baby. Now, your morning constitutional:

Iran is reportedly supplying Iraq with military equipment and assisting by flying surveillance drones from an airfield in Baghdad.

At least 57 Iraqi civilians were killed and 120 more were wounded after Syrian jets attacked several parts of Anbar province on Tuesday.

Several explosions struck subway stations in Cairo Wednesday morning.

On Friday, Ukraine will sign the economic and trade deal with the European Union that sparked the revolution.

Mississippi Senator Tom Cochran barely fends off tea-party primary challenger state Sen. Chris McDaniel.

U.S. District Judge Anna Brown rules that the U.S. no-fly list is unconstitutional because there is no way to challenge the designation.

Congress weighing some terribly ideas to fund road and mass transit maintenance.

FIFA is opening disciplinary proceedings after Uruguayan striker Luis Suarez bit an Italian defender yesterday. You shouldn’t bite people.

A panel of scientists say that common pesticides linked to bee deaths need to be banned.

Man wins $1,750 on 175/1 bet that Suarez would bite somebody in the 2014 World Cup.

Marion Barry says he has never smoked crack, despite video evidence to the contrary.

Finally, Oakland will legalize pinball after a 80-year ban.


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