A.M. Links: Mitt Romney Says Clinton Uranium Affair Looks Like Bribery, Saudi Airstrikes in Yemen Continue, New York Mets Look for 12th Straight Win


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    Mitt Romney said the donation from a uranium company to the Clinton Foundation at around the same time Hillary Clinton approved a uranium sale involving the company when she was secretary of state looked like bribery.

  • Today is Armenian genocide remembrance day. Turkey's president, Recep Erdogan, says his country's ancestors never engaged in genocide. Never?
  • Saudi Arabia conducted more airstrikes in Yemen despite United Nations-sponsored talks being preconditioned on a stop to Saudi Arabia's bombing campaign.
  • Al Shabaab took responsibility for the assassination of a senior Somali military official in Mogadishu this week.
  • A group of Native American extras and cultural advisors reportedly walked off the set of Adam Sandler's new Netflix movie, The Ridiculous Six, over jokes they perceived as racist and sexist.
  • A new book about Peter Bagge collects 26 years worth of interviews with the cartoonist and Reason contributing editor.
  • The New York Mets  go to Yankee Stadium for their first interleague game of the season, looking for a franchise record 12th consecutive win.

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