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Tuesday's Morning Email: What's Next In The Bombing Investigation

Ahmad Khan Rahami is in custody.

WHAT’S NEXT IN THE BOMBING INVESTIGATION The prime suspect in the New York and New Jersey bombings, Ahmad Khan Rahami, was arrested after a shootout with officers Monday. Here’s what we know about Rahami so far. This is how the Chelsea victims walked away withless severe injuries. And here’s the top remaining questions for the investigation moving forward. [Ryan Grenoble, HuffPost]

GEORGE H.W. BUSH IS VOTING FOR HILLARY CLINTON According to a member of the Kennedy family, which means this story features three political dynasties. [Politico]

TULSA POLICE RELEASE VIDEO OF FATAL SHOOTING OF UNARMED BLACK MAN “Terence Crutcher, 40, was shot and killedFriday after officers responding to an unrelated call spotted his vehicle stalled in the middle of the roadway, Tulsa World reports. The police department earlier said Crutcher refused orders to put up his hands, but the footage appears to show him walking toward his vehicle with his hands above his head.” [Chris D’Angelo, HuffPost]

PROSECUTORS ALLEGE CHRIS CHRISTIE KNEW OF BRIDGEGATE AS IT WAS HAPPENING But don’t worry: Donald Trump still believes in him. [Amanda Terkel, HuffPost]

THE KKK FLYERS SHOWING UP ACROSS AMERICA They usually come with candy. [WaPo]

THE RACIAL WAGE GAP WIDENED Over the past 36 years. [Daniel Marans, HuffPost]

LEGGO YOUR EGGO Kellogg has recalled Eggo waffles in 25 states for listeria concerns. [Rebecca Shapiro, HuffPost]

WHAT’S BREWING

FLYING IN A SEAT WORTH $21,000 Obviously caviar is included. [HuffPost]

‘DISPATCHES FROM THE RAP WARS’ “Each rapper in the gang has one or two ‘shooters.’ These are the members who make good on the threats the rappers dish out in their lyrics and on social media.” [Chicago Magazine]

‘PRESIDENT TRUMP’S FIRST TERM’ This story comes with a cautionary tale of how Richard Nixon’s aides ran interference on the nuclear codes. Remember, 49 days. [The New Yorker]

WHEN THE EAGLES COME FOR YOUR CHICKENS This is a real problem, people. [Audubon]

DEATH TO THE 9 TO 5 Why shift work is outdated for a good portion of America’s workforce. [Bloomberg]

MORE EMMYS AFTERMATH We can’t get over how much fun Leslie Jones had, we love Rami Malek’s speech on his immigrant family, and we were sad to hear this year’s show hit an all-time ratings low. And we are still upset about “The Americans” not getting any love. [Vulture]

WHAT’S WORKING 

THE STADIUM SCRAPS WITH NEW LIFE “An architect in Indianapolis is giving old sports stadiums a second life by turning their bones into projects that serve the community. “ [HuffPost

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BEFORE YOU GO

~ This inmate died of thirst after water was cut off to his cell.

~ Jim Carey has been sued in a wrongful death lawsuit for the fatal overdose of his girlfriend.

~ Pro tip: don’t rush the airport tarmac if you’re trying to make the flight you’re late for.

~ Meet the adorable new “Winnie-the-Pooh” character.

~ Instead of taking first, this triathlete helped his brother across the finish line.

~ Unilever is buying up all the “hip, green companies.”

~ You can buy Harry Potter’s Privet Drive house, Dursleys not included.

~ Poor Skittles, getting dragged into 2016 like that.

~ And Justin Trudeau and Drake need to become better friends.

 
 

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