The Pulse: ISIS Recruiting Westerners

The Pulse: ISIS Recruiting Westerners

The Pulse: August 26, 2014.
Number 5:
It was like pyrotechnic playtime in Albany, New York, after crews took down the Wellington Annex building in style.
Some called the dilapidated building that was once part of the Wellington Hotel, an "eyesore" others, a piece of history.
Either way, now it's just a pile of rubble.

Number 4:
You've heard the saying, you snooze you lose... But one group of doctors are saying the opposite may be true!
The American academy of pediatrics recommends middle and high schools to wait to start school until 8:30 a-m or later, saying that's a key factor to help adolescents get the sleep they need.
The a-a-p says kids who don't get enough sleep are more likely to be overweight, suffer depression, involved in automobile accidents, have lower grades, and lower standardized test scores.
The group says kids should get 8 and a half to 9 and a half hours of sleep every night.

Number 3:
California's governor declared a state of emergency after Sunday's earthquake.
Dozens of aftershocks followed the 6-point-0 magnitude earthquake and could continue for weeks.
Now folks are asking, could this lead up to a bigger quake?
The U.S. geological survey says along that fault, catastrophic earthquakes hit about every 150 years, the last one was 157 years ago.
So was this quake a sign of what's ahead? Not necessarily. The quake itself wasn't on the San Andreas fault line and experts say there's probably no connection.

Number 2:
Former FBI director, Louis Freeh is seriously injured in an SUV crash.
The accident happened Monday in Vermont.
No one else was injured in the crash.
Freeh served as FBI director from 1993 to 2001.
Police say Freeh's vehicle left the road, struck a mailbox, and ran over some bushes.
Recently Freeh was the lead investigator in the Penn State - Jerry Sandusky scandal.

Number 1:
The United States is seriously considering air strikes over Syria to stop ISIS in its tracks.
American spy planes are now conducting missions over that country to prepare for possible military action.
And the state department, announcing Monday that an American believed to be fighting alongside ISIS was killed by military action.

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