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Democrats vow to block infrastructure funding

Helena – A pair of leading state Democrats vowed to block Republican efforts to pass an infrastructure bill this legislative session because the bill doesn’t spend enough money on the projects they want. Senate Minority Leader Jon Sesso, R-Butte, and House Minority Jenny Eck, D-Helena, said the Democrats will not support House Bill 645, known Read More…

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Cop has 'best date ever'

A police officer in Hingham, Mass. got a pleasant surprise when a little girl in the dining room joined him for what he called “the best dinner date ever.” Hingham Sergeant Steve Dearth was sitting alone in a Panera Bread on his dinner break when a 4-year-old named Lillian came over and asked to join Read More…

A new way to breast-feed?

Nothing will stop Monica Bencomo from doing her crunches and curls. When her newborn kept interrupting her workouts, the Albuquerque, New Mexico lifestyle-and-fitness coach decided to incorporate her breast-feeding into her exercise routine. Happy Monday! Please read to the end and offer your thoughts. …I’ve received lots of questions, DMs, emails and comments about fitness Read More…

Daltrey disses Hillary Clinton

The frontman behind one of England’s most successful rock bands got candid on his thoughts about Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton. When NME asked The Who’s Roger Daltrey for his opinion on President Donald Trump, he chose to focus on his looks over his political stance. “His f–king haircut! He needs it cut and as Read More…

Recent Political Articles

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When Asked if Trump Was Concerned with Spending Taxpayer Money at Mar-a-Lago, Spicer Gave an Odd Response

White House press secretary Sean Spicer was asked during Wednesday’s briefing whether or not President Trump was concerned about the rising costs associated with his regular trips to his Mar-a-Lago resort in Palm Beach, Florida. Fox 5 DC’s Ronica Cleary asked if Trump has “any concerns about the push-back” about those costs and criticisms associated Read More…

A former Trump administration appointee who left without signing ethics pledge is now a lobbyist

President Trump signed an executive order Jan. 28 banning administration appointees from lobbying their agency for five years after leaving office. (Pete Marovich/Pool via European Pressphoto Agency) After a quick tour through government service, a former appointee in President Trump’s State Department has registered to work as a lobbyist for the telecom and pharmaceutical industries, raising Read More…

Recent Opinion Articles

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Trump Is Now the CEO of a Very Public Company

X Story Stream recent articles WASHINGTON — As the White House reboots for “Trump 2.0” after a largely unsuccessful first two months, one lesson should be obvious: The radical, polarizing politics of the campaign trail don’t work well in governing the country. America isn’t Russia or the Philippines. Our system has speed bumps, carefully constructed Read More…

Kindergartner Suspended for Playing with Stick

Caitlin Miller and several of her classmates were playing make-believe last week on the playground at McLauchlin Elementary School in North Carolina. One of her friends was pretending to be a queen and another was pretending to be a princess. Caitlin was their protector. And in order to protect the Royals, she armed herself with Read More…

Free Market Care

X Story Stream recent articles President Trump and Paul Ryan tried to improve Obamacare. They failed. Trump then tweeted, “ObamaCare will explode and we will all get together and piece together a great healthcare plan for THE PEOPLE. Do not worry!” But I do worry. Trump is right when he says that Obamacare will explode. Read More…

Too Much Politics in a Badly Divided Nation

Commentary X Story Stream recent articles It’s amazing how politics has seeped into everybody’s lives.  Republicans are now happy campers––relieved, finally, that there’s a politically incorrect, mostly conservative president in the White House. Democrats in the Trump era, however, seem more like the brooding, gloomy characters in a Cormac McCarthy novel. Recent polls paint a Read More…

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U.K. Airlines Face Bumpy Post-Brexit Path

An easyJet airplane prepares to land in Barcelona last June. Photo: Josep Lago/Agence France-Presse/Getty Images By Nina Trentmann Nina Trentmann The Wall Street Journal Biography @Nina_Trentmann nina.trentmann Google+ nina.trentmann@wsj.com Updated March 29, 2017 2:40 p.m. ET 0 COMMENTS U.K. airlines could face major upheaval as the country untangles itself from the European Union. Prime Minister Read More…

Magal Security Systems Announces Filing of 2016 Annual Report

YEHUD, Israel, March 29, 2017 /PRNewswire/ — Magal Security Systems Ltd. (Magal (NASDAQ: MAGS)) today announced that earlier today it filed its annual report containing audited consolidated financial statements for the year ended December 31, 2016 with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission. The annual report is available on the Company’s website (www.magal-s3.com). Shareholders may receive a hard Read More…