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Dow Plunges More Than 600 Points, Again

The Dow Jones Industrial Average is down over 650 points in early trading on Wall Street. New York Stock Exchange after market open https://t.co/Fz4K5EmBNF — Reuters Business (@ReutersBiz) January 3, 2019 Stocks plummeted after Apple warned first-quarter sales would fall short of what they had previously anticipated. Shares of Apple are down around 8%, as […]

Democrats Regain Control of House Today, Work to End Shutdown

The 116th Congress opens for business today on Capitol Hill as Democrats assume control of the House for the first time in several years. Nancy Pelosi is expected to be elected speaker of the house once again, as she formerly held the position from 2007 to 2011. Republicans remain in control of the Senate, and […]

Miami Student Denies She Cheated on S-A-T

An S-A-T controversy in South Florida as a Miami Gardens honor student is accused of cheating based on a huge jump in her score on a second attempt. Kamilah Campbell denies she cheated, however her October S-A-T scores may be invalid, apparently due to a 330-point score increase. Her score went from 900 to 1230. […]

China Lunar Mission Sends Back Spectacular Moon Images

Never before has far side of the moon’s been explored and now China has landed its first ever lunar probe Thursday in the Von Karman crater, one of the deepest and oldest on the moon. And the Chinese spacecraft is transmitting never-before-seen close-range images from the far side of the moon. The rover will be […]

Florida Man Arrested After Grabbing McDonald’s Employee over a Straw

Apparently it was the last straw for Daniel Taylor who is under arrest after he grabbed the shirt of St. Petersburg Florida McDonald’s employee, Yasmine James, and tried to pull her over a counter. A witness who posted video on Facebook says the fight started when Taylor asked for a straw then the video shows […]

The News You Need To Know In A Minute 1/3/19

One of Democrats’ first priorities will be an effort to end the government shutdown when they regain control of the House today. The partial shutdown is in its 13th day, as Congress and President Trump remain deadlocked over a funding bill and the wall Trump wants on the U.S.-Mexico border. President Trump says the partial […]

Three human bodies, three dead dogs, found in FL mobile home

Tuesday, police conducting a welfare check in a retirement community found three human bodies in an “advanced state of decomposition,” along with three dead dogs. An official of the Tarpon Springs Police Department confirmed Wednesday morning that the deaths were “not a random act.” Investigators also said that the victims likely knew their killer. The victims […]

Trump to keep government shut down for ‘as long as it takes’

Wednesday, on the 12th day of the government shutdown and the first cabinet meeting of the New Year President Trump, told reporters he’d keep the government shutdown for “as long as it takes.” The President insisted he will not accept anything less than $5.6 billion for a border-wall between the U.S. and Mexico. Adding, that more […]

Mitt Romney writes an op-ed on Trump’s character, he responds

Incoming Senator and former presidential candidate Mitt Romney wrote an op-ed for The Washington Post Tuesday which says, “the president shapes the public character of the nation” and that his character “falls short.” Romney who will take office Thursday also said that he does not “intend to comment on every tweet or fault,” but that […]

Marriage licenses unavailable in DC amid government shutdown

According to its website, the Marriage Bureau at the District of Columbia Courts is closed during the US government shutdown, meaning no one in Washington D.C. is able to get a marriage license until it reopens. The government has been shut down for a total of 12 days as of Wednesday. Wednesday, the President invited […]