Four In The Afternoon, Early Edition: Featuring Egypt, Pipelines, Bad Dye Jobs, and… Kittens

4 in the Afternoon

1. HURRY UP ALREADY  Egypt’s military says they’ll hand over rule of that country to civilians… soon.

2. DETOUR  Nebraskan lawmakers have voted to reroute the Keystone XL pipeline.

3. LUCKILY, GREY IS MAKING A COMEBACK  An ingredient commonly found in hair dye has been linked to some very scary allergic reactions, and at least one death.

4. DRUG BUST IN BC TURNS UP KITTENS  Police in Castlegar found pot plants and two cuddly wuddly kittens in a grow-op this week.


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Author: Wanda Schmöckel

Wanda Schmockel is just trying to get by without shoving. You may follow her on twitter @vschmo

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