Friday’s Mini-Report, 9.23.16

Today’s edition of quick hits:

* Charlotte: “Unsettling footage obtained by NBC News shows the moments leading up to the fatal police shooting of Keith Lamont Scott in Charlotte, North Carolina.”

* Also in North Carolina: “Charlotte police on Friday announced the arrest of a suspect in the killing of a demonstrator shot during protests this week over a police-involved shooting.”

* Tulsa: “The life and career of the white Oklahoma police officer who fatally shot an unarmed black man last week is now under a microscope. Tulsa police Officer Betty Shelby, a five-year veteran of the force, has been charged with manslaughter for fatally shooting 40-year-old Terence Crutcher on a highway.”

* Big news out of Ohio: “In the latest court victory for voting rights, a federal appeals panel on Friday ruled against Ohio’s controversial procedure for removing inactive voters from the rolls. The decision could give a modest boost to Hillary Clinton in a crucial swing state.”

* A rare veto: “President Barack Obama on Friday vetoed controversial legislation aimed at helping the families of the victims of the September 11th attacks sue Saudi Arabia – a move that sets up an emotionally-charged, election year showdown between an outgoing commander-in-chief and members of his party who supported the bill.”

* New Jersey: “Key members of the New Jersey Assembly have begun researching whether or not to bring articles of impeachment against Gov. Chris Christie, NBC 4 New York has learned.”

* Sometimes, little, off-the-beaten-path stories can be incredibly important: “A judge appointed by President Obama has been added to the group that will decide the fate of his landmark climate change regulation. The addition of Judge Nina Pillard tips the scales further toward Democratic appointees for the case, which comes before the Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit next week.”

* Biggest hack ever? “Yahoo announced on Thursday that the account information of at least 500 million users was stolen by hackers two years ago, in the biggest known intrusion of one company’s computer network.”

* Anti-healthcare forces: “Congressional Republicans are warning the Obama administration not to settle with insurers that have sued the government over an Affordable Care Act program to compensate them for losses under the law, saying such a move would bypass spending limits set by Congress.”

* Glenn Reynolds: “USA Today has suspended the column of a conservative commentator for one month after he called for drivers to ‘run … down’ demonstrators protesting police shootings in Charlotte, North Carolina Wednesday night.”

Anything to add? Consider this an open thread.

Friday's Mini-Report, 9.23.16