Morning Constitutional – Wednesday, 21 January 2015

Good morning, folks. Justin Bieber is getting roasted. Now, your morning constitutional:

State of the Union.

Republicans: LOL no.

Here’s about as good a take on it as you’re going to get.

On the other hand, this, 1000%.

Shiite rebels in Yemen are reportedly holding the president captive in his home.

Iraqi Kurdish Peshmerga troops have launched a major offensive against Islamic State militants in northwestern Iraq.

A high-level diplomatic delegation arrives in Cuba to begin two days of negotiations for the first time in decades with hope of restoring relations.

A Palestinian stabbed seven people on a Tel Aviv commuter bus Wednesday before he was shot by a security officer.

A CIA internal review found that the agency had often overstated the value of the intelligence it gathered through torture.

Residents have been told to not drink the water after benzene, a carcinogenic substance found in oil, has been detected in public water supplies in eastern Montana downstream of an oil pipeline spill in the Yellowstone River.

A report on Britain’s role in the Iraq war will be delayed until after the national election in May.

The SEC is banning Standard & Poors from rating mortgage-backed securities for one year.

U.S. single-family housing starts hit a 6 1/2 year high in December.

Hundreds of birds near the San Leandro Marina in California have been covered in a mysterious substance.

Here’s what happens when you don’t vaccinate your kids.

Kids who have recess before lunch eat more vegetables.

Finally, Georgia man cited for eating while driving.


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