Morning Constitutional – Monday, 27 October 2014

Good morning, everybody. Jessica Simpson got a haircut. Now, your morning constitutional:

According to exit polls, pro-Western parties are poised for victory in Sunday’s parliamentary elections in Ukraine.

The secular party won the largest number of seats in Tunisia’s parliamentary elections on Sunday.

Brazilians reelected Dilma Rouseff as president Sunday in their closest presidential election in decades.

Uruguay’s Sunday presidential election likely heading to runoff.

Dozens of women and girls have been reportedly kidnapped in northeastern Nigeria by Boko Haram.

A suicide bomber driving a Humvee packed with explosives killed 27 Shiite militia members in Jurf al-Sakhar, Iraq, on Monday .

President Obama will announce executive actions to boost U.S. manufacturing on Monday.

There is evidence that Islamic State militants’ surface-to-air missiles are sophisticated enough to pose a danger to aircraft.

Is the Affordable Care Act working? Pretty much. Is it winning? Yes.

How conservatives justify poll taxes.

U.S. spy agencies used 1,000 Nazis as anti-Soviet assets during the Cold War.

The case against senior year of high school.

Finally, man arrested after dispute over using too much nacho cheese.


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