The VICE Morning Bulletin

Hillary Clinton returns to the campaign trail, Florida police have arrested a suspect in the mosque fire case, Apple has already run out of its iPhone 7 Plus, and more.

by VICE Staff
Sep 15 2016, 1:55pm

Everything you need to know about the world this morning, curated by VICE.

A yard sign expressing support for Hillary Clinton, who took some time off the campaign trail after being diagnosed with pneumonia. DON EMMERT/AFP/Getty Images

US News

Clinton Returns to Campaign After Doctor Declares Her Healthy
Hillary Clinton will return to the campaign trail Thursday after a case of pneumonia forced her to leave a 9/11 memorial event on Sunday. Her doctor, Lisa Bardack, conducted a physical and released the results, declaring her to be in "excellent mental condition... She continues to remain healthy and fit to serve as president of the United States." Clinton's health has in recent weeks been the subject of many rumors and conspiracy theories. Donald Trump released health data of his own on a Dr. Oz Show taping, which will air Thursday.—The Washington Post

Florida Police Arrest Suspect in Mosque Fire Case
A 32-year-old man has been arrested in connection with the fire attack at the Florida mosque occasionally attended by the Orlando nightclub shooter. Joseph Michael Schreiber was arrested in Fort Pierce and will be charged with a felony count of arson with a hate crime enhancement. He faces up to 30 years in prison if convicted. —NBC News

Lawsuit Launched Against IRS for Trump Tax Returns
VICE News has filed a Freedom of Information Act lawsuit against the IRS demanding that the agency turn over all audits of Donald Trump's tax returns from 2002 onward. Separately, VICE News has asked the FBI to disclose all documents, if any exist, referring to two inflammatory comments made by Trump. —VICE News

Obama Creates Marine Monument in the Atlantic
President Obama will announce the creation of the Atlantic Ocean's first marine monument, using his executive power to preserve an expanse of underwater canyons and mountains off the New England coast. It will cover an area roughly the size of Connecticut sitting 130 miles off the coast of Cape Cod. —The New York Times

International News

Typhoon Meranti Hits Mainland China
Typhoon Meranti has reached southeastern China, leaving 1.65 million homes without electricity. Dozens of flights and trains across Fujian Province have been canceled and tens of thousands of people evacuated. The super typhoon killed one person and left half a million homes without power in Taiwan on Wednesday. —Reuters

Israel Strikes Hamas Targets in Gaza
Israel said it launched strikes on a trio of Hamas targets in the Gaza Strip in response to rocket fire from those locations in an exchange of hostilities that resulted in no casualties. A ceasefire between Israel and Hamas has been in place since 2014, but militant groups in Gaza have occasionally launched rockets toward Israel. —AP

Train Crash Kills Six in Pakistan
An express train collided with a stationary freight train in Pakistan's Punjab region early Thursday morning, killing at least six people and injuring more than 150 others. Rescue officials worked through the night to free people from overturned carriages after the Karachi-bound train crashed. —Al Jazeera

Head of Missing Mexican Student Investigation Quits
The head of Mexico's criminal investigation agency, responsible for examining the disappearance of 43 college students, has resigned. No reason was given for Tomas Zeron standing down, but the families of the students, who have been missing since September 2014, dispute the official version of events and demanded that he resign. —BBC News

Everything Else

Apple Runs Out of iPhone 7 Plus
Apple has exhausted its initial supply of the iPhone 7 Plus, meaning there won't be any available in stores when it officially goes on sale Friday. The smaller iPhone 7 in the "jet black" finish is also sold out, but silver, gold, and black should be available. —Fortune

Additional Naked Donald Trump Statues Appear
Two more of anarchist collective INDECLINE's nude Donald Trump statues have been erected: one near New Jersey's Holland Tunnel, another over a billboard in Miami. They were commissioned by Israeli-born developer Moishe Mana. —Rolling Stone

Indonesia to Ban Grindr, Other LGBTQ Apps and Websites
Grindr, Hornet, and more than 80 other apps and websites with LGBTQ content face a ban in Indonesia. The Ministry of Communications has agreed to craft legislation to "block websites promoting LGBT." —BuzzFeed News

Frank Ocean's Songwriting Credits Are Made Public
Songwriting credits for Ocean's album Blonde have been revealed. Tyler, the Creator and Pharrell Williams co-wrote and produced "Pink + White," while Jamie xx and Rostam Batmanglij joined forces for "Ivy." —Noisey

Dakota Protestors Claim Facebook Censored Video
Media collective Unicorn Riot has claimed that Facebook blocked a video of the arrests of protestors at the Dakota Access pipeline sites in North Dakota. The link has since been restored, but the collective believed the livestream was censored. —Motherboard

Canadian Cops Carrying Fentanyl Antidote Spray
Federal police in Canada are now carrying naloxone nasal spray in case they come in contact with fentanyl, since inhaling even a small amount of the toxic drug can be fatal. The police force is also distributing naloxone kits for officers to use on overdose victims. —VICE News