No Ceasefire in Aleppo, Kasich Vetoes 'Heartbeat Bill,' U.S. Teens Smoking Less Pot: A.M. Links


  • Abdullayev Timur/ZUMA Press/Newscom

    Fighting and bombing are still underway in Aleppo, despite a supposed cease-fire deal that was to allow civilians to get out of the besieged Syrian city. Syrian President Bashar Assad claimed the case-fire was wanted by western countries to save "the terrorists."

  • Ohio Gov. John Kasich has vetoed a bill that would ban abortion just a few weeks post-conception but approved a 20-week abortion ban.
  • According to a new national study, marijuana use is down among eighth- and 10th-graders and while it rose slightly among 12th-graders, it was still less common than in 2012.
  • The Oklahoma Supreme Court struck down a state law passed in 2014 that would have required abortion-clinic doctors to have admitting privileges at a nearby hostpital.
  • At least a dozen more men have been charged with promoting prostitution for posting to Seattle-area escort forum The Review Board.
  • Stanford University has filed a 29-page response to a lawsuit brought by a female student who says the school mishandled sexual assault cases by not pursuing and punishing an alleged assailant when the victim didn't want to and wouldn't cooperate.
  • Peter Suderman reviews La La Land at Vox.

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