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V.25 No.38 | 09/22/2016

The Daily Word in Drake, Arnold Palmer and kids in jail

The Daily Word

Tonight is the presidential debate between nominees Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump. It should be quality entertainment, but it's unlikely the debate will actually change the outcome of the election.

The star pitcher for the Marlins, Jose Fernandez, was tragically killed in a boating accident over the weekend. He was 24.

Apparently, the form of the 'visual album' is the future of pop music. Earlier this morning, Drake released his Apple Music-exclusive short film Please Forgive Me, which provides visuals for several of the songs from his latest album Views.

Legendary golfer (and creator of the eponymous drink) Arnold Palmer died over the weekend. He was 87.

In Syracuse, NY, the Onondaga County Justice Center has come under fire for putting children in solitary confinement -- in the case of teenage Charnasha, for the crime of talking too loudly in public. This week, the New York Civil Liberties Union is filing suit against the Justice Center.

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The Daily Word in predator drones, old bunnies and predator shoes

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The longest war drones on: An ever-evolving terrorist kill list has been brought to light on the heels of a CIA request to expand its fleet of unmanned aerial weaponry.

Also, new Boeing microwave weapon technology "may change the future of warfare."

An Italian court convicted a group of scientists to six years in prison for not predicting something they're not capable of predicting.

Two survivors of Auschwitz died this week.

Paraplegic man left in the desert on the Navajo Nation dragged himself to safety after three days.

Doubts swirl around the alleged shooting of Mexico's Los Zetas crime cartel founder.

Topless Ukranian feminists may be hatching plans to disrupt the upcoming election in their country.

Retired bunnies.

Some great instrumental hip-hop just arrived.

American formerly held in solitary confinement in Iran visits a California prison.

An entreaty to commit social network suicide.

"The house would be printed in 31 sections using the largest 3D printer currently available, then transported by truck to the site and fitted together."

"Limited Area."

Japanese Juggling Festival excellence.

Do they click when you walk?