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The man who shot a guard at the Canadian War Memorial and went on to attack the Parliament Building in Ottawa was a convert to Islam who was part of a local jihadist group and had traveled to Syria. This was the second attack with apparent ties to Islamist extremism in Canada this week. Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper called the incident an act of terrorism.
It happened again… a man is arrested for climbing over the fence at the White House. The Secret Service says dogs quickly took the man down. He didn’t get near as close as the guy last month—who made it all the way inside.
Toys R US to take their Breaking Bad action figures that included “play drugs” off the shelves. thanks in part to an online petition of 9,000 people that urged the store to pull them from their stores and online site.
Get your camera gear and protective filters ready: a partial solar eclipse is due Thursday afternoon. 2:36PM
Apple Pay glitch charges some customers twice –It just started Monday. Now, they are trying to work out all the glitches.
Free Clinic Hopes to help Thousands in Seattle– Seattle’s Key Arena has been transformed for the largest, free health clinic in Washington State. The plan is to offer medical, dental and vision care to anyone seeking treatment. Organizers expect to help 4,000 people over the course of the weekend. All of the manpower is donated by doctors, dentists, nurses and other health care professionals who give their time and talent.