Remember those bombs the U.S. dropped on a mosque full of worshippers in Syria last month? According to a new Human Rights Watch report, yeah, we f***ed up. “Interviews with locals and photographs and video of the building in question prove it was a well-known mosque that hosted lectures every Thursday between sunset and evening prayers,” CNN reports. Ole Solvang, deputy emergencies director at Human Rights Watch, added in a statement that “the U.S. seems to have gotten several things fundamentally wrong in this attack” and “U.S. authorities need to figure out what went wrong, start doing their homework before they launch attacks, and make sure it doesn’t happen again.” Welp.
Tomato Lozenge (Tomi Lahren)—who sued TheBlaze earlier this month and is now being countersued by former boss Glenn Beck—tried it again. After coming for Wale back in January, the political “analyst” took another shot at the rapper on Monday, this time using his song “Smile” as a platform to voice her grievances with her current, erm, predicament? “I’m gonna take the advice of @Wale and just smile,” she tweeted, referencing the same song she attempted to shether earlier this year. Wale clapped back with a “Same phone who dis.” In other news, Trump still hasn’t released his tax returns.
Cleveland Facebook Killer Steve Stephens—who was charged with Sunday’s aggravated murder of 74-year-old Robert Godwin and sent the nation on a widespread manhunt—has been found dead. According to NBC News, Pennsylvania State Police confirmed the news around 11:30 a.m. on Tuesday. Police say Stephens committed suicide with a handgun after a short traffic pursuit that began in a McDonald’s parking lot. Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg said today at the annual F8 developer conference, “Our hearts go out to the family and friends of Robert Godwin Sr. We have a lot of work and we will keep doing all we can to prevent tragedies like this from happening.”
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