Republicans Worry About Iran Deal, Al Shabaab Attacks Kenyan University, DHS Looking Into Nationwide License Plate Tracking System Again: A.M. Links


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    John Boehner and other Congressional Republicans expressed reservations about a "framework" negotiated for a nuclear deal with Iran, saying they want Congress to play a role, something President Obama said he welcomed.

  • The Somali Al Qaeda affiliate Al Shabaab launch an attack on Garissa University College in Kenya, killing more than 140 people.
  • Sen. Mark Kirk (Ill.) became the fifth Repubican senator to signal he would vote to confirm Loretta Lynch as attorney general.
  • The Department of Homeland Security is trying again to set up a nationwide license plate tracking system.
  • Sen. Dianne Feinstein's (D-Calif.) solution to terrorists using the Internet is to ban things terrorists look for on the Internet.
  • The Coast Guard  found a man lost at sea for 66 days after a German tanker reported seeing him.

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