Sergeant-at-Arms Hailed as Hero in Canada Attack (Newser) - Coordinated terror attack? One gunman or maybe three? Much confusion remains about the assault on Canada's capital today, but one thing clear in the aftermath is that Parliament sergeant-at-arms Kevin Vickers is being hailed as a hero. The New Element of Asian Slave Trade: 'Floating Prisons' (Newser) - "The experiences of these men recall the trans-Atlantic slave trade of centuries ago." That from a Reuters investigation into the Asian slave trade that uncovered a troubling new element to the practice. Past reports have held that Rohingy Hillary Clinton is returning to Iowa Washington (CNN) -- Hillary Clinton is headed back to Iowa on October 29, according to a Democratic source with knowledge of the trip. The former first lady's visit comes just a little more than a month since she returned to Iowa after a six year hia Father of ISIS Hostage Dies (Newser) - Paul Cantlie made an impassioned plea from his hospital bed for his son's life earlier this month, but he died not knowing whether it worked. The 80-year-old is dead from complications of pneumonia, reports the BBC. His son, John Cantlie, Court: Facebook Is Wrong Way to Tell Your Ex He'll Be a Dad (Newser) - Oklahoma's Supreme Court has ruled that when it comes to informing a man that he is about to become a father, a Facebook post doesn't cut it, legally speaking. In this case, a woman had a three-month fling with a man named Billy McCall in
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