Cruz/Trump Bromance Is Over, Martin O'Malley Under Fire for Furniture Purchases, Woman Suing Twitter Over ISIS: A.M. Links
Sen. Ted Cruz and Donald Trump took turns insulting one another, Ben Carson looked confused and stoned, someone called Edward Snowden a traitor… that's right, another GOP presidential debate has come and gone. (Check out commentary from the Reason peanut gallery here.)
- Planned Parenthood has filed a federal lawsuit against the Center for Medical Progress, which in 2015 released a series of undercover videos targeting the organization.
- Chicago has released video of the 2013 police shooting of black teen Cedrick Chatman.
- A Florida woman whose husband was killed in Jordan is suing Twitter for "giving a voice" to the Islamic State.
- Democratic presidential candidate Martin O'Malley is being investigated over sketchy furniture shopping.
- Not far from Columbine, Colorado, two teen girls have been arrested for allegedly plotting to carry out a mass shooting at their high school.
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