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Summary of Trump's comments in New York Times interview

Summary of Trump's comments in New York Times interview

Today during an luncheon interview at the New York Times , president-elect Trump seems to have backtracked bit with regard to the Paris Agreement. MI went to the Democratic candidate five times out of the last five presidential elections, according to election tracking website 270 to win. "I condemn them.


Snow storm means ski areas may open after Thanksgiving

Snow storm means ski areas may open after Thanksgiving

As of Tuesday, Wolf Creek received 16 inches of fresh snow from this week's storm and has a midway depth of 24 inches. Telluride Ski Resort now plans to open December 2, but has created a "snow play area" for sledding. To start out, trails will be limited to advanced ski and snowboard runs. In Wyoming, the Grand Targhee and Jackson Hole Mountain resorts were not predicting Wednesday when they would open but the resorts were hoping snowfall forecast for Wednesday night and Thursday might ...


Officer captures wanted fugitive hiding in mom's trunk

Officer captures wanted fugitive hiding in mom's trunk

As the officer spoke to the driver, Angelia Barnett-Harrell, 47, he heard noises coming from the boot and ask her if her son was hiding there. The officer struggled with Harrell - who appeared to be holding a gun in his right hand - both in the trunk and on the ground.



Full Steam Ahead as Vikings Take on Cardinals

This year, he is one of four Vikings with at least 30 catches. But their final three drives of the game ended with a fumble, a punt and another punt, as they hoped their defense could salt away a game that appeared to be in hand midway through the fourth quarter.



Trump won't pursue e-mail case against Clinton

Trump made the potential prosecution of Clinton a big part of his campaign. "I said, 'You know, I hadn't thought of that'". "I feel I want to focus on jobs". He predicted his supporters would not be disappointed because the Trump administration would "save our country" in other ways. The "broken promise" headline lends credence to something Stephen Bannon told the Wall Street Journal last week.



North Carolina governor requests vote recount in tight race

To protect the voters of North Carolina , Governor Pat McCrory joined Chuck Stuber, candidate for state auditor, in officially filing for a statewide recount Tuesday morning. Republican President-elect Donald Trump defeated Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton in North Carolina by almost 200,000 votes, according to the State Board of Elections.