ArchiveTen Things You Need to Know for Wednesday – September 3, 2014Bryan Schott·September 3, 2014· Share ISIL kills another journalist in Iraq. A poll shows Utahns are split over police actions. Fundraising in the Attorney General's race is not what it was before the John Swallow scandal. Countdown: 62 days until the 2014 midterm elections 145 days to the opening day of the 2015 Utah Legislature 426 days until the 2015 elections 502 days to the 2016 Iowa Caucuses (tentative) 797 days to the 2016 presidential election Wednesday's Top-10 headlines: A new video shows ISIL beheading a second journalist in Iraq [Politico]. A UtahPolicy.com poll shows Utahns are split over police tactics and behavior [Utah Policy]. Fundraising in the Attorney General's race is not as wide-open as it once was following the John Swallow scandal [Tribune]. Gov. Gary Herbert is pushing for the feds to approve a requirement that Medicaid recipients look for work as part of his "Healthy Utah" plan [Deseret News]. The Utah State Fairpark may soon be the home of a privately funded minor-league soccer stadium [Tribune]. A judge may rule on Friday on the dispute between Talisker and Park City Mountain Resort [Tribune]. The LDS Democrats group launches a billboard campaign aimed at getting the faithful to consider Utah's minority party [ABC 4]. Utah State University sets a record for research-related funding [Tribune]. Home Depot is looking into a possible customer data breach [Fox Business]. The celebrity hacking scandal could be a "tipping point" for online privacy [Politico]. On this day in history: 1189 – England's King Richard I (the Lion-Hearted) was crowned in Westminster. 1783 – The Treaty of Paris officially ended America's Revolutionary War. 1939 – Britain and France declared war on Germany. 1976 – The unmanned U.S. spacecraft Viking 2 landed on Mars to take the first close-up, color photographs of the planet's surface.