The Five Things You Need To Know Today (August 14)

1. Egypt Cracks Down On Protestors- In adherence to former Egyptian President Morsi, protestors took to the streets yesterday for organized sit-in’s and other demonstrations. The protests turned violent Wednesday morning as the army lashed out and killed 95 people while 874 people remained injured.

2. Cory Booker Win New Jersey Primary- Newark, New Jersey mayor Cory Booker won the Democratic senator primary election yesterday. The race was called relatively quickly as 26 percent of precincts remained not counted.

3. Two Ex-JPMorgan Employees- Charged-Two ex-JPMorgan employees were charged in a $6 billion case. The case is investigating derivate loses.

4. Apple Acquires TV Start-Up- Apple might already have Apple.TV, but they have doubled up on streaming TV. The tech giant has acquired, an app that provides streaming service. The company was acquired for between $1-1.5 billion.

5. Ron Burgundy To Write Memoir- In preparation for the release of Anchorman 2, Ron Burgundy will be “writing” a memoir. He truly is a “gentleman and a scholar.”

Song of the Day: Big Sean- Control (feat. Kendrick Lamar and Jay Electronica)

Happy Birthday: David Crosby, turns 72 today!

RIP: Pee Wee Reese, died 14 years ago today.


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