A.M. Links: Rodman Returns From North Korea, Protesters Shut Down Traffic in Bangkok, Mayor of Fort Lee Believes Christie

  • According to Iranian state media, Iran has come to an agreement
    with the P5+1 countries on how to implement the
    nuclear deal
    agreed to in November last year. Implementation
    will reportedly begin on Jan. 20.
  • Protesters, some of whom are wearing
    “Shutdown Bangkok”
    T-shirts, are shutting down traffic in
    Thailand’s capital as part of their campaign to oust Prime Minister
    Yingluck Shinawatra.  
  • Former NBA player
    Dennis Rodman
    has returned from North Korea and says that he
    “couldn’t do anything” about an American missionary imprisoned
  • The mayor of the New Jersey town targeted in the lane closure
    scandal that has rocked Gov.
    Chris Christie’s administration
    said that he believes Christie,
    who claims he knew nothing about the plan to close lanes ahead of
    the George Washington Bridge.
  • 12 Years a Slave and American Hustle won the
    Golden Globes
    last night.
  • Two rockets were fired
    from Gaza
    ahead of former Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon’s

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from Hit & Run http://reason.com/blog/2014/01/13/am-links-rodman-returns-from-north-korea

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