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Cats to compete in Westminster Dog Show

Cats to compete in Westminster Dog Show

For the first time , the venerable Westminster Kennel Club is featuring a program with cats at the event. While new to the country's most famous dog competition, they are far from new breeds. As you can image the news of cats at a dog show didn't go over particularly well on Twitter . "Excited to announce that cats will be back at this year's @akcdoglovers Meet the Breeds".



Senator Requires Melania Trump's Immigration Papers

Now that Donald Trump, 70, has taken office and is residing inside the White House in Washington D.C., his wife of 12 years is reportedly considering staying in NY with their son, Barron , 10, for good throughout his term. In a recent POLITICO interview, Sen. We know she's focusing on raising Donald Trump's 10-year-old son, Barron , but we're sure holing up in the $100 million triplex Trump Tower apartment in NYC isn't too shabby.



Trump Threatens To 'Send In The Feds' Unless Chicago Fixes Its 'Carnage'

It was not immediately clear exactly what Trump meant by "send in the Feds". The Rev. Jesse Jackson, a prominent civil rights activist, tweeted after Trump's comments Tuesday night, "We need a plan, not a threat". The newspaper had also reported on Monday that there were 228 shootings so far this year, up slightly from last year, and that homicides were up 24 percent so far this year.


Melania Trump Co-Designs Her Own Inaugural Gown

Melania Trump Co-Designs Her Own Inaugural Gown

The First Lady returned to Trump Tower Sunday night because, as we reported. she religiously escorts Barron to his private school - but now they'll do it in a heavily protected motorcade rolling through NYC. "She definitely knew what she wanted". She's a woman and a mother and I am pro-woman. As for the usual social causes first ladies endorse, Melania mentioned she'd try to combat cyberbullying, a pronouncement that sparked incredulity among those who see her husband as a prolific Twitter ...


Obamas unveil new endeavor, launch a new website on Inauguration Day

Obamas unveil new endeavor, launch a new website on Inauguration Day

More than 50 Democratic members of Congress, led by Rep. John Lewis, of Georgia, however, said they will boycott the inauguration for a variety of reasons, including allegations of Russian involvement on Trump's side in the election. After formally taking office, President Trump roared "we will make America great again" as he pledged to give the power back to the people. The swearing will be succeeded by the performances of the Radio City Rockettes, Jackie Evancho and Mormon Tabernacle Choir.