Morning Constitutional – Monday, 10 August 2015

Good morning, everybody. Today is Kylie Jenner’s 18th birthday. Now, your morning constitutional:

Two women shot at the U.S. consulate in Istanbul, Turkey, among a series of attacks on Turkish security forces Monday.

The South Korean Defense Ministry said Monday that North Korean soldiers sneaked across the border and planted land mines around South Korean military guard posts. Two of the land mines are said to have been triggered, maiming two South Korean soldiers.

A car bomb exploded at the entrance of Kabul’s international airport Monday, killing at least five. The attack follows a number of bombings on Friday around Kabul.

A man was shot and critically injured in Ferguson, Mo., late Sunday night after he allegedly fired at police officers.


A verdict in the the Iranian trial of Washington Post reporter Jason Rezaian on espionage charges could be coming within the week.

Chinese cyber spies have accessed the private emails of many top Obama administration officials, and have been doing it since 2010.

The Environmental Protection Agency says that the spill of mine wastewater into the Animus River in Colorado is much worse than originally estimated. Here are nine items to help understand the bigger picture.

Here is the Twitter data from the Republican debate that you’re definitely not supposed to pay attention to.

Skipping breakfast may actually be good for you.

The entire crew of an airBaltic flight was found to be over the alcohol limit.

Finally, man arrested for stealing Winnie the Pooh car.


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