Congress Votes to Fund Government, Hillary Clinton Starting to Fear Joe Biden, Hurricane Joaquin Over Bahamas: A.M. Links
By a vote of 277-151, the House of Representatives passed a spending measure to fund the government through December 11 without cuts to Planned Parenthood sought by conservatives.
- The Hillary Clinton campaign is starting to fear a Joe Biden run.
- Oklahoma Governor Mary Fallin (R) postponed the execution of Richard Glossip over concerns the wrong chemical had been prepared for the lethal injection.
- Shortly after his promotion during a leadership shake-up, an assistant director at the Secret Service urged the agency to release confidential information about a Congressional critic, Rep. Jason Chaffetz (R-Utah), once applying to, and being rejected from, the Seceet Service.
- Hurricane Joaquin is currently over the Bahamas and is expected to hit the U.S. over the weekend.
- A California man used a raccoon to get past the breathalyzer test installed in his car. The raccoon attacked the driver, who crashed into a tree. (Did not happen, sorry!)
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