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The U.S. continued to lead airstrikes against Islamic State (ISIS) militants on Thursday, targeting Syrian oil installations and killing nearly 20 people overnight. The airstrikes, which hit the militants’ main revenue stream, mark the third day of a U.S.-led air campaign meant to curb ISIS in Syria. Read about it here…[AP]

The trial for accused Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev will remain in Boston despite arguments from the defense about finding an impartial jury. Judge George A. O’Toole Jr. denied the request to move the trial, saying the region was large enough to find an unbiased jury pool. “It is doubtful whether a jury could be selected anywhere in the country whose members were wholly unaware of the marathon bombings,” the judge wrote in a 10-page opinion. “The Constitution does not oblige them to be,” he added. The trial will start in January. Read about it here…[NYT]

Here’s some decent news. The Obama administration has agreed to pay the Navajo Nation $554 million to settle claims that its natural resources and funds were mishandled for decades by the U.S. In return, America’s largest Indian tribe will dismiss its lawsuit and forego further litigation over previous mismanagement. Read about it here…[HuffPost]

Jersey Shore’s “The Situation” is in a major situation. Mike Sorrentino has been charged with tax evasion in New Jersey after failing to pay his tax bill on $8.9 million in earnings. His brother, Marc, was also charged with conspiracy to commit tax fraud. A lawyer for the brothers maintains they are not guilty. They were released on $250,000 bond and will be arraigned on Oct. 6. Read more here…[TMZ]

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