It’s October 28th. Today, we Skimm’d This:
President Trump announced yesterday that the leader of ISIS died during a US military raid, and his death could mark a turning point for the terrorist organization – and for the countries trying to fight it.
Starting today, a Missouri state commission will hear arguments about whether the state should renew a license for the state’s last remaining abortion clinic.
Wildfires are continuing to spread throughout California, leading to the largest planned power outage in the state’s history.
The internet’s been around for a while, and phishing attacks are getting better with age.
The leader of ISIS died during a US military raid in Syria over the weekend. We’ll explain who Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi was, and what his death means for ISIS – and for the world. Meanwhile, there’s only one clinic in Missouri that can perform abortions, and it could soon be forced to close. We’ll explain how a hearing this week could lead to Missouri becoming the first state in the country without access to abortion services. Also on today’s show: California’s wildfires are heating up, and phishing scams are becoming fishier.
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