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Tuesday's Morning Email: Understanding The Appeal Of Ben Carson

The Huffington Post The Huffington Post 3/11/2015 Lauren Weber

morning email © Provided by The Huffington Post morning email ben carson © Provided by The Huffington Post ben carson TOP STORIES INSIDE THE APPEAL OF BEN CARSON As GOP candidate Dr. Ben Carson takes the lead in the Republican field with 29 percent, Howard Fineman takes a look at what draws voters to the soft-spoken hardliner. [Howard Fineman, HuffPost]

SATELLITE CATCHES IMAGE OF FLASH NEAR RUSSIAN PLANE'S LOCATION "New evidence suggests an onboard explosion may have caused a Russian Metrojet airliner to break apart and crash in Egypt's Sinai peninsula over the weekend. Infrared satellite images released by U.S. officials to NBC News show a heat flash near the location of the crash that killed all 224 passengers, the network reported." [Kelly Chen, HuffPost]
INSIDE THE GOP DEBATE NEGOTIATION MADNESS Donald Trump has gone rogue, some of the candidates have refused to sign a letter of demands, and as President Barack Obama points out: if the candidates can't deal with CNBC, how will they deal with Russia? [Samantha Jo-Roth, HuffPost]
U.S. GOVERNMENT: HIGH SCHOOL VIOLATED TRANSGENDER STUDENT'S RIGHTS "Federal education authorities, staking out their firmest position yet on an increasingly contentious issue, found Monday that an Illinois school district violated anti-discrimination laws when it did not allow a transgender student who identifies as a girl and participates on a girls’ sports team to change and shower in the girls’ locker room without restrictions." [NYT]
U.S. NAVY TO KEEP PATROLLING SOUTH CHINA SEA Officials relayed that they plan to sail through the disputed territory at least twice a quarter. [Reuters]
GOOGLE DRONES TO DELIVER PACKAGES STARTING IN 2017 Google is reportedly toying with using a catch phrase centered around “five-mile delivery in five minutes.” [Reuters]
CHECK YOUR MEAT Over 167,427 pounds of meat from Omaha-based All American Meats, Inc that was shipped nationwide is being recalled for E. Coli concerns. [Kate Bratskeir, HuffPost]
To get The Morning Email, HuffPost's daily roundup of the news, in your inbox, sign up here. And listen to the news in under two minutes here.WHAT’S BREWINGWE CAN LIVE LONG AND PROSPER, 'STAR TREK' IS COMING BACK TO TV Boldly going where no man has gone before ... again. [HuffPost]
YOU CAN STREAM ALL OF 'THE O.C.' California, here we come. [HuffPost]
'MAYBE SPOTIFY ISN'T KILLING THE MUSIC INDUSTRY AFTER ALL' "While streaming is profoundly changing how music is consumed, services like Spotify could be neither cannibalizing nor boosting music sales." [FiveThirtyEight]
THE PUBLISHERS OF CANDY CRUSH JUST SOLD IT FOR $5.9 BILLION Why didn't we create a game based around candy? [HuffPost]
HASHING OUT THE REAL 'ZOLA' STORY "No one actually tried to jump off a fourth-floor balcony, and no one ever got shot in the face. But in some ways, the true story of what happened to two young women in a Tampa hotel is even 'crazier,' quote-unquote, than the story that captivated the Internet last week." [WaPo]
MINCE ONIONS WITHOUT CRYING We here at The Morning Email like to change people's lives, so you're welcome. [HuffPost]
For more from The Huffington Post, download our app for iOS or Android.WHAT'S WORKINGTHE IRANIAN WOMEN PROTESTING THE FORCED HIJAB "Through her Facebook community, My Stealthy Freedom, [Masih] Alinejad has been encouraging Iranian women to post photos of themselves without the mandatory hijab, or veil, to protest the restrictive policies of the Islamic government. Since she started the page in May 2014, it has garnered over 897,000 likes." [HuffPost]
ON THE BLOGINSIDE THE WORLD OF SEX PARTIES "The first rule is anonymity. There are no cameras, cell phones, tablets, or other media devices allowed in the space." [HuffPost]
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