UofL Corruption. Who Could Have Predicted??? /sarcasm

Reggie’s the better candidate but he won’t win because he has brown skin. But also because his campaign crew is inexperienced as hell, apparently, and has no idea what they’re doing. [H-L]

Do you need more proof that Jeff Sessions is a hypocritical little shit? Oh? Here you go. [HuffPo]

HAHAHAHAH! Steve Pence is Rick Pitino’s attorney again! One disgraced criminal representing another disgraced criminal. Hahahahahaha. [C-J/AKN]

This past June, Florida’s top education agency delivered a failing grade to the Orange Park Performing Arts Academy in suburban Jacksonville for the second year in a row. It designated the charter school for kindergarten through fifth grade as the worst public school in Clay County, and one of the lowest performing in the state. [ProPublica]

These Republicans are so dangerously stupid. In the wake of chaotic civil unrest across the country, a Kentucky lawmaker is filing a bill to keep protesters in the state from wearing masks or bringing weapons to public rallies. [WFPL]

Two devastating earthquakes recently rocked Mexico in the short span of 12 days, killing nearly 300 people and leaving many more in need of aid and assistance. The dual tragedies, largely worsened by geography, left the country struggling to recover and rebuild. But as outside nations flocked to send their condolences, many experts warned that the same fate could befall a number cities in their home countries as well. [ThinkProgress]

Reggie Thomas, one of several announced candidates running in a Democratic primary for the right to challenge Republican incumbent U.S. Congressman Andy Barr, has released a two-minute video laying out his positions — but it seems aimed as much at his Democratic opponent than at Barr. [Ronnie Ellis]

An internal investigation has been opened into Health Secretary Tom Price over his private plane travel on official government business. [BBC]

Facing an uncertain state funding future, the Greenup County school board adopted a $33.9 million budget Monday. [Ashland Independent]

At the vast, windswept White Sands Missile Range in New Mexico earlier this year, nearly a dozen military contractors armed with laser guns, high-tech nets and other experimental systems met to tackle one of the Pentagon’s most vexing counterterrorism conundrums: how to destroy the Islamic State’s increasingly lethal fleet of drones. [NY Times]

Those wondering what actions lawmakers may take to shore up Kentucky’s woefully underfunded public pension systems didn’t get many specifics from Monday’s Pension Oversight Board meeting. [More Ronnie Ellis]

The former leaders of a public charter school for disabled and at-risk teenagers have agreed to settle a District lawsuit alleging they sought to enrich themselves by diverting millions of dollars in taxpayer money meant for the school into private companies they created. [WaPo]

Corruption. Fraud. Payments. Shoe companies. Coaches. Financial advisers. Handouts. Agents. College basketball. All wrapped in an explosive indictment laid out Tuesday by the FBI. [H-L]

The Environmental Protection Agency is spending nearly $25,000 to build a soundproof communications booth in Administrator Scott Pruitt’s office, according to media reports. [HuffPo]

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