Muslim "clock boy" Ahmed Mohamed is back in the news.
You may recall that we first highlighted media coverage of the Texas teen after his disputed arrest back in September.
The 14-year-old made headlines again in October after his family decided to move to Qatar.
The latest news has dollar signs (15 million of 'em) written all over it.
For an editorialized spin on this new development, Fox News (as always) is happy to oblige:
Ahmed Mohamed is looking to strike it rich before the clock strikes midnight on the “clock kid” story.
Attorneys for Mohamed, 14, and his family want $15 million in damages and apologies from several officials stemming from Mohamed’s September 14 arrest, when he brought to school a homemade clock that a teacher flagged as a possible bomb.
CNN provides a less tilted lede:
(CNN) Fifteen million dollars and apologies from the mayor and police chief.
That's what an attorney says the family of Ahmed Mohamed is demanding from city and school officials in Irving, Texas, or they say they'll file a civil suit.
And The Associated Press goes old-school inverted pyramid (not a bad approach at all on a story such as this):