Electronics Barred From Some Flights, Tom Brady’s Jersey, and More

Passengers on nonstop, U.S.-bound flights from several countries in the Middle East and Africa will be barred from bringing electronics — laptops, game devices, tablets, etc. — aboard passenger cabins. Cell phones will be allowed, however. 

Trump administration officials said the decision was prompted by “evaluated intelligence” about potential threats to airplanes bound for the United States. Read the story from The AP. 

Tom Brady’s Jersey

After this year’s Super Bowl win, New England Patriots’ quarterback Tom Brady couldn’t help but be sad. That’s because his game jersey — estimated to be worth around $500,000 — was stolen from the locker room. And now it’s been located. Read the story from NPR. 

Brazilian Meat Recall

Brazil’s federal police say they are investigating corruption at some of its meat-processing companies. They allege that the companies bribed inspectors to ignore outdated and adulterated meat. Read the story from NPR

Corner Office

Trump’s daughter, Ivanka, now has an office in the West Wing, despite not actually being a White House employee. She does, however, serve as her father’s special adviser. Read the story from The AP. 

Apple Cuts Prices

If you’re on the hunt for a new iPad, here’s some good news for you. Read the story from The AP.