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Shooting on Vegas Strip Leaves One Dead

After a shooting yesterday on the Las Vegas Strip, one person had been killed and that another has been transported to the hospital. The suspect peacefully surrendered around 6 p.m., according to the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police

Ford Profit in Danger

Ford Motor Co. expects that investments in autonomous vehicle technology and other tech related expenses will be among reasons its profits will drop dramatically in 2017. Ford says profit will fall 50% Via rss.cnn.com 03/23/2017 10:39 AM

Sears and K-Mart May Not Survive

Sears Holdings Corp.  acknowledged it has “substantial doubt” about its future, raising fresh concerns about the survival of a company that was once the world’s largest retailer. Sears has ‘substantial doubt’ that it can survive Via rss.cnn.com

Ivanka Trump Gets Office in West Wing

It was reported Monday that President Donald Trump‘s daughter Ivanka Trump was getting her own West Wing office, complete with a security clearance for classified information. Ivanka Trump to get top security clearance Via rss.cnn.com 03/21/2017 2:51

Waiter Fired For Asking For Residency Proof

A waiter has been fired after demanding “proof of residency” from two women of Latin American descent before serving them at an upscale Californian restaurant. US waiter fired after asking diners for proof of residency Via www.bbc.co.uk

Budget Cuts Enrage Various Departments

The Corporation for Public Broadcasting urged Congress and President Trump on Thursday to reconsider the proposal to eliminate all federal funding to them, which supports NPR and PBS. PBS and NPR are ready to fight budget cuts

McDonald’s Tweet Disses Trump. Hacked?

McDonald’s main Twitter account tweeted out some unflattering words for President Donald Trump.  McDonalds deleted the tweet shortly after stating that they had been hacked. McDonald’s tweets, deletes message to Trump: ‘You’re disgusting’ Via rss.cnn.com 03/16/2017 11:19

Travel Ban 2 Blocked

US District Judge Derrick Watson of Hawaii has blocked the latest version of the Trump administration’s travel ban, saying it likely violates First Amendment protections. Trump travel ban: US judge blocks new executive order Via www.bbc.co.uk 03/15/2017

No Evidence For Trump Wiretap Claims

US lawmakers say they have not seen any evidence that President Barack Obama wiretapped Donald Trump. Adam Schiff, the panel’s top Democrat stated “To date I’ve seen no evidence that supports the claim that President Trump made

MSNBC Leaks Trump 2005 Returns

President Donald Trump made $153 million and paid $38 million in federal taxes in 2005, according to two pages of his federal income tax return that were released by MSNBC. Donald Trump’s 2005 tax return leak reveals

White House Backing Off Wiretapping Claims

Presidential spokesman Sean Spicer said the president wasn’t using the word wiretapping literally when he claimed ex President Obama “wiretapped” him, noting that Trump had put the term in quotation marks. Trump wiretap claims: White House softens

Massive Blizzard Taking Aim At Northeast

The Northeast is bracing for an epic late winter storm that is forecast to bring blizzard conditions, damaging winds and the heavy snow that could be measured in feet. Severe storm to hit Northeast Via feeds.foxnews.com 03/13/2017

Radio Shack Files For Bankruptcy…Again

In the second time in two years RadioShack has gone into Chapter 11.  As part of the announcement, Radio Shack has also stated that they will close 200 stores nationwide  RadioShack files for bankruptcy, again Via rss.cnn.com

Statue of Liberty Goes Dark

The Statue of Liberty went dark for over an hour last night.  What happened? The National Parks Service issued a statement stating that the statue had gone dark because “power and a lighting system controller had been

Hawaii Files Suit Against Travel Ban

Hawaii filed suit to temporarily block U.S. President Donald Trump’s revised travel ban.  The state of Hawaii argues in an amended complaint that the new order remains incompatible with freedom of religion protections. Hawaii files first lawsuit

Wikileaks Dumps Secrets of CIA Hacking

WikiLeaks released thousands of pages of documents that appear to reveal CIA surveillance techniques. Some of the exploits may have been developed within the CIA, while others appear to have been purchased, copied or downloaded from non-governmental

The Plan to Repeal Obamacare Released by GOP

The long-awaited Republican replacement plan for the Affordable Care Act (best known as Obamacare), was released by House Republicans on Monday. U.S. Republicans unveil plan to dismantle Obamacare, critics pounce Via feeds.reuters.com 03/06/2017 6:12 PM  

Trump Sign Travel Ban….Again

Donald Trump signed a revised executive order to reinstate a ban on immigration from certain Muslim-majority countries and suspend the US refugee program. Trump signs new travel ban directive Via www.bbc.co.uk 03/06/2017 9:50 AM