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June 12, 2014: Nixon Veto, Hiding Free Cash, New Benghazi Info
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It's being reported that the Terrorist who attacked a US Embassy in September 2012 used cell phones they found during the attack.
- US spy agencies heard Benghazi attackers using State Dept. cell phones to call terrorist leaders. (Fox News)
Things are getting crazy in Iraq.
- Insurgents in northern Iraq seize key cities, advance towards Bagdad. (Washington Post)
- Iraq crisis: Islamist militants attack Tikrit and near Baghdad after 500,000 are forced to flee Mosul. (The Independent)
A judge has ruled that Casey's daughter can pull the feeding tube after the hospital said he is not responding to treatment.
- Casey Kasem won't resume artificial feeding and fluids, judge rules, reversing prior ruling. (NY Daily News)
Governor Nixon used his veto pen yesterday that would provide tax breaks for certain businesses.
- Missouri Gov. Nixon vetoes tax breaks. (News-Leader)
- Veto legislative action Missouri House. (Governor Nixon)
- Veto legislative action Missouri Senate. (Governor Nixon)
Hiding Free Cash:
The man hiding free cash around California said he just wants to give back. He said he will be doing this all around the world.
- Who is @hiddencash? Palo Alto man Jason Buzi is behind Twitter cash scavenger hunt (Los Angeles Daily News)
- Millionaire gives cash away in Twitter scavenger hunt. (Time)
The cast of Nickelodeon's Hey Dude reunited.
Obama was asked where he sees himself in 10 years.
- Obama: "the world is less violent than it has ever been." (Real Clear Politics)
After a kid filmed his friends getting hot & heavy, he's now in trouble for sharing the video.