A.M. Links: Islamic State Abducts 150 Christians, Rahm Emanuel Forced into Run-Off, Reddit Requires Consent to Post Nude Photos


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    At least 150 Christians in Syria were reportedly abducted by the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria.

  • A man in the Czech Republic shot and killed eight people in a restaurant before killing himself.
  • A Democrat on the Federal Communications Commission wants to narrow the scope of net neutrality regulations before tomorrow's vote.
  • Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel (D) failed to get 50 percent of the vote and will have to face Jesus "Chuy" Garcia in an April run-off, the first since Chicago dropped partisan primaries in 1995.
  • Lawmakers in Washington are pushing a body camera bill written with input from law enforcement over one supported by the American Civil Liberties Union.
  • An updated privacy policy from Reddit prohibits the posting of nude photos without the consent of the subject.
  • ESPN suspended Keith Olbermann for making fun of Penn State and its students on Twitter.

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