‘Deflategate’ deflated: A federal judge has nullified a four-game suspension the NFL handed Tom Brady in the scandal involving under-inflated footballs. The ruling means the New England Patriots quarterback will likely play in his team’s opening game on September 10 against the Pittsburgh Steelers. The league said it would appeal.
Tom Brady is so obviously guilty, and yet I kind of like this outcome because it sticks it to the terrible NFL.— David A. Graham (@GrahamDavidA) September 3, 2015
No New England justices on the Court with Souter's retirement. But 3 NYC justices, two NJ justices, and Roberts is from Buffalo…— Matt Ford (@fordm) September 3, 2015
Reporters freed: Two British journalists for Vice, who were arrested earlier this week in Turkey and charged with aiding ISIS, were freed today. But their Iraqi fixer remains imprisoned.
Kentucky clerk in court: A federal judge will decide today whether Kim Davis, the Rowan County clerk who has refused to issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples, will be held in contempt.