Morning Constitutional – Monday, 9 November 2015

Good morning, everybody. Whitney Port and Tim Rosenmann got married. Here’s your morning constitutional:

While votes are still being counted, the opposition party in Myanmar is confident of a landslide victory in Sunday’s first free elections in 35 years.

Catalonia’s regional legislature voted Monday in favor of a resolution to secede from Spain

University of Missouri faculty will begin a two-day walkout on Monday in solidarity with student activists who say the university has done little to address campus racism. Meanwhile, Mizzou football players have threatened to boycott the team’s remaining games this season.

President Obama is set to meet with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu Monday for the first time since the Iran deal.

Parts of an Australian-run detention center were on fire Monday amid anger due to the death of a Kurdish Iranian refugee over the weekend.

On the decline of U.S. swing voters.

The U.S. uninsured rate hit a record low 9 percent. Americans who are most satisfied with their health care are those with government health care plans.

Finally, robbery suspect hands police victim’s ID when asked for identification.


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