The Daily Rundown: School Bus Crash, Clinton’s Health, Pulse Shooter’s Mosque

  • An early morning Polk County school bus crash sends four people to the hospital. The crash occurred in Lakeland around 6:25 a.m. Three students were among the four people sent to the hospital. The driver was cited in the crash. Read more about this story here.
Photo: Polk Fire Rescue FB
Photo: Polk Fire Rescue FB
  • Has Hillary Clinton’s pneumonia become a campaign issue for her? There has been a lot of speculation as to what is actually ailing Hillary Clinton with theories ranging from neurological issues to the confirmed “walking pneumonia.” And in a shocking twist of events Trump wished Clinton will and hope she feels better. After taking many punches at Trumps health Clinton finds herself in a sticky situation. Find out more about how and why her campaign tried to keep her health a secret and just how her illness is affecting her campaign in Health Just Became A Campaign Issue For Clinton.
  • Fox News Channel has lost a 14 year prime-time anchor as Greta Van Susteren abruptly quit. Tonight her temporary replacement, Brit Hume, will sit in her seat for the 7 p.m. ET time slot. Word of the surprise came just minutes after the settlement of former Fox anchor Gretchen Carlson’s harassment lawsuit against deposed Fox News chief Roger Ailes. Read more about this shake-up here.

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  • Was there a bigger problem at the Commander-in-Chief forum than the two presidential candidates it featured? NBC’s Matt Lauer was the moderator of the forum and he helped contribute to the whole thing being a colossal waste of time. Lauer didn’t seem to fact check anything and never truly touched on any of the immediate issues. Instead it felt as if Lauer Googled each candidate and went off of that. Read more about Lauer’s poor performance in NBC’s ‘Lauer’ Problem Has Bigger Consequences.
  • Three months later and the Orlando Pulse nightclub shooter is still in headlines, as it should be. A fire at the Florida mosque where Omar Mateen prayed broke out early Monday morning in an apparent case of arson. Now residents of the Fort Pierce area plan to rebuild the mosque after fire damage left the structure otherwise standing. Read more about this story and the search for the arsonist here.
The Fort Pierce Islamic Center. Photo: St. Lucie County Sheriff's Office.
The Fort Pierce Islamic Center. Photo: St. Lucie County Sheriff’s Office.