Will T. Clay Beat The Bevin Administration?

Two men have been charged with trespassing after they purposefully went over Cumberland Falls in kayaks Saturday, according to the state Department of Parks. [H-L]

Hacker group Anonymous is pledging once again to take on Donald Trump. “Dear Donald Trump, we have been watching you for a long time, and what we see is deeply disturbing,” an Anonymous representative said in a video posted to YouTube earlier this month. [HuffPo]

Accusing the administration of Gov. Matt Bevin of a “jaw-dropping display of authoritarian hypocrisy,” a lawyer for Planned Parenthood is asking a judge to dismiss a lawsuit that Bevin’s general counsel filed last month alleging the organization was operating an unlicensed abortion facility. [C-J/AKN]

Speaker Paul Ryan (R-Coward) reiterated Tuesday that he would support Donald Trump if he wins the GOP nomination, even as the Speaker called on the party’s front-runner to tone down his rhetoric amid a spate of violence at recent campaign rallies. [The Hill]

After nearly four years, the City of Glasgow has reached a settlement agreement with a former Glasgow Fire Department sergeant who was fired in 2012. [Glasgow Daily Times]

One one think Obama might have a different attitude when someone like Matthew Barzun so close to him. U.S. President Barack Obama on Friday made a passionate case for mobile devices to be built in a way that would allow the government to gain access to personal data if needed to prevent a terrorist attack or enforce tax laws. [Reuters]

Poor Morehead is fighting over a hookah lounge because 1997 has apparently just arrived there. [The Morehead News]

How hot was it last month globally? It was so hot that the famed Iditarod sled race in Alaska brought in extra snow from hundreds of miles away by train. [ThinkProgress]

He pushes the button and the mechanism inside the case retracts the thin metal strip. As it snaps back into place, a small cloud of sawdust erupts in the air. He’s measured twice, so he makes the cut. [Richmond Register]

When Bernie Sanders won the primary in Michigan last week, it shook up the narrative of the Democratic race. [NPR]

What the poop? No wonder folks are leaving. She defrauded her publisher, got caught up in her husband’s crimes & basically paid herself instead of helping veterans. [Ashland Independent]

The chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee is asking the U.S. Justice Department for information about how aggressively it pursues elder abuse in nursing homes, particularly cases in which workers share degrading photos or videos of residents on social media. [ProPublica]

We still maintain that this is probably one of Alison Daddy’s Name Grimes’ biggest accomplishments. [H-L]

The United States on Tuesday eased some of its Cuba restrictions before President Barack Obama’s to the former Cold War enemy next week, allowing Cuba and its people greater access to U.S. financial institutions and relaxing travel limits. [HuffPo]

In deciding on Judge Garland, Mr. Obama picked a man who persevered through a lengthy political battle in the mid-1990s that delayed his own confirmation to the United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit by more than a year. [NY Times]