Gabatron Morning Briefing – 7-14-15: Money Back Guarantee

Brooklyn Law School has announced it will refund graduates 15 percent of the total they paid in tuition if they are still without a job nine months after receiving their degree. The payment will be made in a lump sum and is meant to act as a safety net that will help give students more time to find “meaningful, full-time employment.”

Interesting Stat of the Day: 1.5 kilometers. That’s how long the tunnel was that El Chapo used to escape prison.

The city of Chicago is looking to ban a new trend of smartphone cases that look like handguns.

In technology news, Comcast is getting into the cord-cutting business with a new streaming cable TV service called Stream. Comcast customers will pay $15 a month on top of their internet bill to watch shows from around a dozen networks on tablet, laptop, and smartphone.

The chief singer and songwriter of the terrorist group ISIS has been killed in airstrikes in eastern Syria.

Plus, a new study suggests that vampires in America aren’t getting the medical attention that they need.

Each morning Keith Conrad will give you a few stories useful for starting conversations around the water cooler at work. Assuming that your office actually has a water cooler.

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