News in Brief: August 31, 2015

Hulk Hogan Begs for Forgiveness in ABC Interview

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Today, Thai police seek two new suspects in the Bangkok bombing, Hulk Hogan speaks out about his racist comments, and much more. Read on for your full roundup of news in brief:

News: Thai police seek 2 new suspects in Bangkok bombing probe

  • Today, Thai police issued warrants for two more suspects in the Bangkok bombing. The suspects include a Thai woman and a foreign man. A national police spokesman says he is certain that the pair was a part of a group that was responsible for the bombing on August 17.

Entertainment: Hulk Hogan breaks silence: 'I'm not a racist, please forgive me'

  • Hulk Hogan made racist comments in a sex tape that was unveiled from Gawker, and he's finally breaking the silence, stating that he's not a racist and asking his fans for forgiveness. The wrestler said, "I'm not a racist. I never should have said what I said; It was wrong."

Tech: Killer laser device takes aim at rogue drones

  • Boeing has developed a system they're calling a Compact laser Weapon System in an effort to keep drones away from sensitive areas. The company recently tested the system in an industrial park in Albuquerque, New Mexico.

Sports: No deal reached for Goodell, Brady in 'Deflategate'

  • The last-minute talks between lawyers for NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell and New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady have failed, and now a judge is being left to decide the final verdict on the fate of "Deflategate."

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