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U.S. Ends Funding to Syria Stabilization

THE UNITED STATES WILL STOP SENDING MONEY TO SYRIA TO AID IN THE COUNTRY'S STABILIZATION EFFORTS

1/1The United States will stop sending money to Syria to aid in the country’s stabilization efforts. Show Caption Hide Caption (CNN) – The State Department announced Friday that the U.S. will halt funding for stabilization efforts in Syria. While the country’s civil war may be winding down, the massive job of rebuilding the nation remains ahead. The State Department said…

Widespread Epipen Shortage Reported in U.S.

THE U.S. IS EXPERIENCING A MAJOR SHORTAGE OF EPIPENS

1/1The U.S. is experiencing a major shortage of epipens. Show Caption Hide Caption (CNN) – A warning for parents whose children use Epipens. A widespread shortage across the country could send kids with serious allergies back to school unprotected. The Epipen shortage, which has been an issue for months is caused by manufacturing issues and local supply disruptions. Sales of…

MoviePass Limiting Which Movies Allowed to See

MOVIEPASS LIMITS WHICH FILMS CAN BE SEEN AND THE SHOWTIMES THAT ARE AVAILABLE

1/1MoviePass limits which films can be seen and the showtimes that are available Show Caption Hide Caption (CNN) – More changes are in store for the troubled movie subscription service, MoviePass. Customers were told Thursday the company will limit which films can be seen along with the showtimes available. Going forward, MoviePass says it will offer up to six films…

DOJ Proposes Cuts To Opioid Production Amounts

IN FIGHT AGAINST OPIOID CRISIS, TRUMP ADMINISTRATION PROPOSES CUTTING NUMBER OF OPIOIDS DRUG COMPANIES CAN MAKE IN THE U.S. IN 2019

1/1In fight against opioid crisis, Trump administration proposes cutting number of opioids drug companies can make in the U.S. in 2019 Show Caption Hide Caption (CNN) – In its fight against the opioid crisis, the Trump administration is proposing cuts to the amount of opioids drug companies can produce in the U.S. next year. The Justice Department and Drug Enforcement…

Newspapers Denounce Trump’s Media Attacks

350 NEWSPAPERS PUBLISH EDITORIALS AGAINST PRESIDENT TRUMP'S RHETORIC CALLING JOURNALISTS "THE ENEMY OF THE PEOPLE"

1/1350 newspapers publish editorials against President Trump’s rhetoric calling journalists “the enemy of the people” Show Caption Hide Caption (CNN) – Newspapers across the country turned their focus on the president’s depiction of the media Thursday . About 350 newspapers in the U.S. featured editorials Thursday morning denouncing president Trump’s description of the press as the “enemy of the people.”…

Colorado Christian Baker Files Lawsuit Against State

BAKER WHO WON SUPREME COURT CASE SUES COLORADO FOR SAYING HIS REFUSAL TO SERVE A TRANSGENDER CUSTOMER MIGHT CONSTITUTE DISCRIMINATION

1/1Baker who won Supreme Court case sues Colorado for saying his refusal to serve a transgender customer might constitute discrimination. Show Caption Hide Caption (CNN) – It’s only been a couple months since a Colorado baker won his Supreme Court case originating from his refusal to bake a cake for a gay couple. Now he’s at it again. “The Washington…

Tinder Co-Founders Sue App’s Owners

TINDER FOUNDERS SUE CURRENT OWNERS, CLAIMING THEY WERE CHEATED OUT OF BILLIONS OF DOLLARS

1/1Tinder founders sue current owners, claiming they were cheated out of billions of dollars. Show Caption Hide Caption (CNN) – The founders of Tinder are suing the dating app’s owners. They claim they were cheated out of at least $2-billion. The co-founders and eight other early employees filed a suit against Tinder’s owners match group and its parent company IAC….

TSA ‘Quiet Skies’ Program to be Reviewed

TSA'S "QUIET SKIES" PROGRAM WHICH TRACKS U.S. CITIZEN PASSENGERS, TO BE REVIEWED

1/1TSA’s “Quiet Skies” program which tracks U.S. citizen passengers, to be reviewed Show Caption Hide Caption (CNN) – The Department of Homeland Security’s Inspector General will review a TSA program called “Quiet Skies.” The recently-revealed program uses federal air marshals to track U.S. citizens flagged as possibly posing a threat. The passengers are not suspected of a crime, not under…

Aerosmith Announces Vegas Residency

AEROSMITH ANNOUNCES ‘DEUCES ARE WILD’ LAS VEGAS RESIDENCY

1/1Aerosmith Announces ‘Deuces Are Wild’ Las Vegas Residency Show Caption Hide Caption (CNN) – “Walk this Way” towards Las Vegas if you want to hear Aerosmith live. The legendary band has announced their first Vegas residency. The 18-date run has been dubbed “Dueces are Wild.” Members Steven Tyler and Joe Perry say the residency will allow them to take “50…