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Tom Brady won't attend White House SB celebration

Tom Brady won't attend White House SB celebration

Check out this photo comparing the 2015 champs visit and the 2017 champs visit. Later Wednesday night, the Patriots tweeted side-by-side photos of 2004 and 2017, both years in which the Super Bowl visit was the second in three years. The Boston Herald reported that Brady was spending time with his mother, who is fighting cancer. "You pulled off the greatest Superbowl comeback of all time ", Mr.


U.S. judge lifts temporary execution stay in Arkansas

U.S. judge lifts temporary execution stay in Arkansas

A lawsuit from the company that makes one of the execution drugs has been among a wave of legal challenges to the state's unprecedented execution schedule. It was the first double execution in the United States since 2000. Barring any last-minute stays, inmate Marcel Williams will be executed later Monday.



Democrat Jon Ossoff almost pulls off upset in Georgia special election

A voter casts a ballot in a special election in Atlanta, Tuesday, April 18, 2017. However, what is concerning is that why do Congressional Republicans perceive Ossoff as a threat and why did Trump want him to lose so badly? Trump in the final days of the campaign appeared to perceive the damage an Ossoff win would do to a presidency scoring historically low approval ratings and in which his agenda has been stymied by the courts and Congress.


Border wall funding could wait until September

Border wall funding could wait until September

What the president failed to mentioned - no surprise - is that Republicans are just as opposed to it, even those that represent border states. One of several promises he hasn't kept. House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi said Trump's campaign promise to build the wall did not call for US taxpayers to foot the bill. The wall, experts say, would cost $21.6 billion and take 3 ½ years to construct.


'What's been going on while I've been gone': Obama is back

'What's been going on while I've been gone': Obama is back

Obama took a page out of Michelle's book and attempted to avoid mentioning Trump. Obama said. "I want to work to knock down those barriers and to get this generation to accelerate their move toward leadership". Former advisors said the 44th commander in chief is not expected to criticize current President Donald Trump, who has tried to dismantle several of Obama's chief accomplishments, including the Affordable Care Act.


IS group claims Champs-Elysees attack on police officers

IS group claims Champs-Elysees attack on police officers

A note praising ISIS was found near the body of the 39-year-old French attacker, who shot dead one officer and wounded two others before being killed by police. "It's us or them", he said. 'The investigations will now focus on determining. the potential help that he may have benefited from, ' Paris Prosecutor Francois Molins told a news conference on Friday.