Lynch and Kennedy say they’re worried about NBC Boston’s signal strength

Comcast Corp. is facing more calls for information from Massachusetts elected officials who are concerned that the broadcast signal of its new NBC station in Boston won't reach some viewers. US Representatives Stephen Lynch and Joseph Kennedy III sent a letter to Comcast chief executive Brian Roberts Friday, asking whether people who do not subscribe to cable or satellite services and instead watch free television over the air will be unable to tune in to the new station next month.

Turkish official: 15 killed, dozens wounded in twin bombings

President-elect Donald Trump is partaking in one the nation's most storied football rivalries, saluting U.S. troops at the annual Army-Navy game on Saturday as he prepares to enter the White House. President-elect Donald Trump moved closer to nominating Exxon Mobil CEO Rex Tillerson as his secretary of State on Saturday, a decision that would bring a business leader with close ties to Russia into the Cabinet.

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More than 30 dead as tanker rams into vehicles on Kenya road

President-elect Donald Trump is partaking in one the nation's most storied football rivalries, saluting U.S. troops at the annual Army-Navy game on Saturday as he prepares to enter the White House. President-elect Donald Trump moved closer to nominating Exxon Mobil CEO Rex Tillerson as his secretary of State on Saturday, a decision that would bring a business leader with close ties to Russia into the Cabinet.

Sam Johnson Wants to Cut Your Social Security Benefits By a Third

For reasons that are a little unclear, Rep. Sam Johnson has decided to introduce a shiny new plan to reform Social Security when Congress meets next year. Johnson's idea of "reform" is to slash everyone's benefits, so this idea seems slightly suicidal - not to mention pointless, since Donald Trump campaigned very loudly on a promise not to touch anyone's Social Security.

Stop Trying to Convince Trump Electors Not to Vote for Trump; It Will …

A group of people calling themselves "Hamilton Electors" got together after the election and started agitating for Trump's Presidential Electors not to vote for him, but to instead vote for Hillary Clinton. Simply writing that down explicitly illuminates how stupid that is - "Trump Electors" are chosen by the Republican Parties within the various states with the express purpose of voting for Trump - and asking them to support Hillary is madness.

Adding 200 more troops to Syria, U.S. deepens involvement

Drawing the U.S. deeper into the Syria conflict, Defense Secretary Ash Carter announced Saturday he is sending 200 more troops to accelerate the push on the Islamic State's self-declared capital of Raqqa. The 200, to include special operations troops, are in addition to 300 already authorized for the effort to recruit, organize, train and advise local Syrian Arab and Kurdish forces to fight IS.

‘Lessons learned’ about Russia

A supporter of President-elect Donald Trump takes a photo of him on her smartphone at a rally in Baton Rouge, La., on Friday. THE STRONGEST indication that the Obama administration has not adequately disclosed or responded to Russian interference in the presidential election may be that President-elect Donald Trump still denies that it happened.

Let the Peace Cross stand

ATOWERING, rose-hued cross on a highway median strip a mile west of the District, in the Maryland suburbs, is a symbol of several things - of Christianity, certainly; of the sacrifice of soldiers from Prince George's County who died in World War I, in whose honor the cross was erected in the 1920s; and of the tangled jurisprudence and fervent debate regarding religious displays in the public realm, which has flummoxed the Supreme Court and other tribunals for years.

Trump cheered by fans at annual Army-Navy game

Donald Trump was greeted with cheers on his arrival at the annual Army-Navy game on Saturday, basking in one of the nation's most storied football rivalries as he prepares to enter the White House. The future commander in chief, protected by panes of bulletproof glass, waved to the crowd and pumped his fist as he arrived during the first quarter of the 117th game between the military academies at West Point and Annapolis.

Graham on Reported Election Hacking: Russia’s ‘Trying to…


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In response to reports that Russia tampered with the 2016 election , South Carolina Senator Lindsey Graham went after them today on Twitter. Multiple reports suggest that the CIA has determined that foreign hackers launched cyberattacks against multiple American political institutions, with the ultimate goal of tipping the scales for Donald Trump .

Guest lineups for the Sunday news shows

ABC's "This Week" - Reince Priebus, Republican National Committee chairman and chief of staff to President-elect Donald Trump; Sens. Rand Paul, R-Ky., and Claire McCaskill, D-Mo. CBS' "Face the Nation" - Kellyanne Conway, Trump adviser; Sens. John McCain, R-Ariz., Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., and Tim Scott, R-S.C. CNN's "State of the Union" - Vice President Joe Biden; Sen. Ben Cardin, D-Md.; Rep. Marsha Blackburn, R-Tenn.

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Tillerson would be a controversial pick, partly because of his ties with Russian leader Vladimir Putin. He gave Tillerson a Russian government award three years ago after Exxon-Mobil cut a major oil deal with a Russian company.

Quiet milestone

As mail-in and absentee voter ballots continue to trickle in and the country braces for President-elect Donald Trump to step into power, Hillary Clinton quietly marked a milestone. The latest election totals showed that Mrs Clinton, who lost to outsider Mr Trump last month, has received more votes than Mr Obama did in his 2012 victory, according to data from the National Archives and a running total by the nonpartisan Cook Political Report .

You cana t make phone calls in flight, but new rule hints at a change

On Thursday, the U.S. Transportation Department proposed a rule that would require airlines to tell passengers before they buy tickets that they may be “unwillingly exposed” to mobile voice calls while in the air. Actual cellular calls are currently prohibited in the air by the Federal Communications Commission, which originally adopted the ban over concerns that such phone use could affect a plane's operation.

You cana t make phone calls in flight, but new rule hints at a change

On Thursday, the U.S. Transportation Department proposed a rule that would require airlines to tell passengers before they buy tickets that they may be “unwillingly exposed” to mobile voice calls while in the air. Actual cellular calls are currently prohibited in the air by the Federal Communications Commission, which originally adopted the ban over concerns that such phone use could affect a plane's operation.

Schumer calls for full congressional investigation of Russian role in elections

The CIA's findings that Russia intervened in the 2016 election to help Donald Trump win the presidency are both “stunning and not surprising,” the next leader of Senate Democrats said, raising the need for Congress to conduct a full investigation. The statement from Sen. Charles E. Schumer, D-N.Y., issued Saturday morning, was in response to a Washington Post story that intelligence agencies have identified individuals with connections to the Russian government who provided WikiLeaks with thousands of hacked emails from the Democratic National Committee to boost Trump and hurt Hillary Clinton's chances.

Schumer calls for full congressional investigation of Russian role in elections

The CIA's findings that Russia intervened in the 2016 election to help Donald Trump win the presidency are both “stunning and not surprising,” the next leader of Senate Democrats said, raising the need for Congress to conduct a full investigation. The statement from Sen. Charles E. Schumer, D-N.Y., issued Saturday morning, was in response to a Washington Post story that intelligence agencies have identified individuals with connections to the Russian government who provided WikiLeaks with thousands of hacked emails from the Democratic National Committee to boost Trump and hurt Hillary Clinton's chances.

Tennessee Members of Congress urge President to approve federal disaster Assistance

Members of Tennessee's Congressional delegation today urged President Obama to quickly approve Governor Haslam's request for a major disaster declaration for the State of Tennessee to help five Tennessee counties impacted by wildfires and severe weather in November rebuild and recover. "Governor Bill Haslam has submitted a request for Public Assistance and Individual Assistance for Sevier County, which was affected by wildfires and for Coffee, McMinn, Polk and Sequatchie counties which were affected by severe weather and tornadoes," the members wrote President Obama in a letter.

Tennessee Members of Congress urge President to approve federal disaster Assistance

Members of Tennessee's Congressional delegation today urged President Obama to quickly approve Governor Haslam's request for a major disaster declaration for the State of Tennessee to help five Tennessee counties impacted by wildfires and severe weather in November rebuild and recover. "Governor Bill Haslam has submitted a request for Public Assistance and Individual Assistance for Sevier County, which was affected by wildfires and for Coffee, McMinn, Polk and Sequatchie counties which were affected by severe weather and tornadoes," the members wrote President Obama in a letter.

Harry Reid Compares FBI Director to J Edgar Hoover, Calls For…

Departing Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid joined Joy-Ann Reid via telephone on MSNBC's "AM Joy" Saturday, where he compared FBI Director James Comey to J. Edgar Hoover and called for the Senate and intelligence agencies to investigate him. Reid's urging follows CIA's conclusion this week that Russia interfered in the U.S. presidential election with the goal of electing Donald Trump, according to multiple media reports .

Trump Team Challenges Intel On Russian Election Influence

Donald Trump's presidential transition team is challenging the veracity of U.S. intelligence assessments concluding that Russia was trying to tip the November election to the Republican. A senior U.S. official says the CIA has determined with "high confidence" that Moscow's interference in the presidential race was intended to help Trump.

FBI knew about Russia interference with election, Harry Reid says

The FBI knew that Russia was meddling in the U.S. election to help ensure a Donald Trump victory - but the agency's director turned a blind eye to the interference, outgoing Senate minority leader Harry Reid claimed. A day after a secret CIA assessment showed several people connected to the Russian government leaked hacked emails from the Democrats to whistleblowing site WikiLeaks, Reid called for the resignation of FBI director James Comey.

Louisiana runoff to decide final US Senate race Saturday

The final Senate race of the 2016 election cycle comes to a close Saturday night, as Louisianans choose between Republican state treasurer John Kennedy and Democrat Foster Campbell. Saturday's contest comes after no one candidate captured a majority of the votes in November, a requirement of state law to avoid a runoff.

Singing a different tune on immigration

Of all the issues that aroused the enthusiasm of Donald Trump voters during the campaign, none carried greater emotional weight than immigration. Demonizing immigrants and references to a border wall and mass deportation never failed to elicit a full-throated roar of approval from his supporters.

Singing a different tune on immigration

Of all the issues that aroused the enthusiasm of Donald Trump voters during the campaign, none carried greater emotional weight than immigration. Demonizing immigrants and references to a border wall and mass deportation never failed to elicit a full-throated roar of approval from his supporters.

Report: Trump’s Secretary of State Is Rex Tillerson

Multiple outlets are reporting this, although it all traces back to NBC News at this point. Here is the Wall Street Journal from a couple of days ago talking about Tillerson's ties to Putin : Friends and associates said few U.S. citizens are closer to Mr. Putin than Mr. Tillerson, who has known Mr. Putin since he represented Exxon's interests in Russia during the regime of Boris Yeltsin.

Report: Trump’s Secretary of State Is Rex Tillerson

Multiple outlets are reporting this, although it all traces back to NBC News at this point. Here is the Wall Street Journal from a couple of days ago talking about Tillerson's ties to Putin : Friends and associates said few U.S. citizens are closer to Mr. Putin than Mr. Tillerson, who has known Mr. Putin since he represented Exxon's interests in Russia during the regime of Boris Yeltsin.

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Charles Krauthammer: Tweets entertain, but Congress is the main event

The most amusing part of the Trump transition has been watching its effortless confounding of the media, often in fewer than 140 characters. One morning, after a Fox News report on lefty nuttiness at some obscure New England college -- a flag burning that led a more-contemptible-than-usual campus administration to take down the school's own American flag -- Donald Trump tweets that flag burners should go to jail or lose their citizenship.

The Violent Costs of the Global Palm-Oil Boom

Just after nine o'clock on a Tuesday morning in June, an environmental activist named Bill Kayong was shot and killed while sitting in his pickup truck, waiting for a traffic light to change in the Malaysian city of Miri, on the island of Borneo. Kayong had been working with a group of villagers who were trying to reclaim land that the local government had transferred to a Malaysian palm-oil company.

Missing American journalist alive in Syria, Senator says

The Obama administration has "high confidence" that missing American journalist Austin Tice is alive in Syria, Sen. John Cornyn said Friday. Freelance journalist Tice disappeared while reporting near the Syrian capital of Damascus in August, 2012.Texas Republican Cornyn, the second-ranking GOP leader in the Senate, said he had been briefed on the latest situation by White House hostage envoy James O'Brien.

Santos accepts Nobel for peace deal, urges shift in drug war

President-elect Donald Trump is partaking in one the nation's most storied football rivalries, saluting U.S. troops at the annual Army-Navy game on Saturday as he prepares to enter the White House. President-elect Donald Trump is partaking in one of the nation's most storied football rivalries, saluting U.S. troops at the annual Army-Navy game on Saturday as he prepares to enter the White House.

Gambia’s president-elect says Jammeh can’t demand new vote

Gambia's ruler of more than 22 years now says he won't accept defeat in the presidential election, ... President-elect Donald Trump is partaking in one the nation's most storied football rivalries, saluting U.S. troops at the annual Army-Navy game on Saturday as he prepares to enter the White House. President-elect Donald Trump is partaking in one of the nation's most storied football rivalries, saluting U.S. troops at the annual Army-Navy game on Saturday as he prepares to enter the White House.

What the 114th Congress did and didn’t do


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Congress wrapped up the 114th session early Saturday, a tumultuous two years marked by the resignation of a House speaker, a fight over a Supreme Court vacancy, bipartisan bills on health care and education and inaction on immigration and criminal justice. The new Congress will be sworn-in Jan. 3. - A hard-fought budget and debt agreement that provided two years of relief from unpopular automatic budget cuts and extended the government's borrowing cap through next March.

Divided People, Not States

Donald Trump is upset because the TIME magazine article about him referred to the "divided states" which he believes is insulting. Actually, Donald is right, we are not divided states, we are divided PEOPLE.

Nobody Asked Me but

We offer observations on the human condition from a 26 year old mind trapped in an 86 year old body. I am still confused because Donald insisted that generals were incompetent, compared to him, so why select them for the Cabinet? Trump not only welcomed support from the wealthy, but from the Russian government.

This anti-Trump site snagged a unique domain name


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Donald Trump may claim to be all about draining the swamp, but a website made by a former Clinton staffer is calling out how often the president-elect shows his conflicts of interest and money-grabbing ways. Or, in other words, how corrupt AF our new president is, which is exactly what inspired the name of the site.

Adding 200 more troops to Syria, US deepens involvement

Carter on Friday, Dec. 9, made an unannounced visit to Afghanistan to consult with military commander... MANAMA, Bahrain - Drawing the U.S. deeper into the Syria conflict, Defense Secretary Ash Carter announced Saturday he is sending 200 more troops to accelerate the push on the Islamic State's self-declared capital of Raqqa. The 200, to include special operations troops, are in addition to 300 already authorized for the effort to recruit, organize, train and advise local Syrian Arab and Kurdish forces to fight IS.

Congress passes at least $120M in…


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In some of its last votes of the year, the U.S. Senate finally approved legislation that will be worth more than $120 million to Flint, Mich., and its effort to respond to an ongoing public health crisis linked to high lead levels in its tap water. In a series of votes late Friday night and early this morning, the Senate passed a so-called continuing resolution to fund government through April 28 of next year and national water infrastructure legislation, two bills that together included provisions to authorize and pay for long-sought funding for Flint and provide $170 million or more to help address concerns of lead in drinking water.

Post-election, Trump closed companies tied to Saudi Arabia

President-elect Donald Trump shut down some of his companies in the days after the election, including four that appeared connected to a possible Saudi Arabia business venture, according to corporate registrations in Delaware. News of the move comes days before Trump is expected to describe changes he is making to his businesses to avoid potential conflicts of interest as the U.S. president.

Advocates call Alabama execution an ‘avoidable disaster’

This undated photo provided by the Alabama Department of Corrections shows Ronald Bert Smith Jr.. Smith Jr., an Alabama inmate coughed repeatedly and his upper body heaved for at least 13 minutes during an execution, Thursday, Dec. 8, 2016, using a drug that has previously been used in problematic lethal injections in at least three other states.

Give Romney a role with France

With Francois Hollande's decision to not run again for the French presidency, further political intrigue is sure to occur in a country with a socially conservative party seeking to gain government control in spring elections. Mitt Romney, who spent several years in France on a mission and speaks the language, would be perfectly poised to forge a new relationship with the next French government.

A nuke waste train to Yucca could pass near Trump’s L.V. hotel

President-elect Donald Trump hasn't said whether he supports or opposes the Yucca Mountain disposal site, but a possible train route to haul radioactive waste from nuclear power plants could come within a half-mile of his Las Vegas hotel. Robert Halstead, executive director of the Nevada Agency for Nuclear Projects, said Friday the Trump hotel is within "800 meters of influence" of the railroad route that could carry more than 77,000 tons of high-level nuclear waste to the site about 90 miles from Las Vegas.

Schwarzenegger: OK Trump is still a Apprenticea producer

Arnold Schwarzenegger, star of the new version of "Celebrity Apprentice," is unfazed that President-elect Donald Trump has retained a producer's stake in the show. Schwarzenegger said Friday that it's just business, comparable to his situation when he became California's governor and retained a screen credit and kept earning royalties for the "Terminator" movie.

Russia tried to help Trump beat Clinton in the election, according to the CIA

The CIA has concluded that Russia did try to help Donald Trump win the US presidency, rather than undermine people's confidence in the electoral system, a senior official said today. US intelligence agencies have found individuals with connections to the Kremlin provided Wikileaks with thousands of hacked emails from the Democratic National Committee, including its leader Hillary Clinton.

2 officers resign rather than face firing in 2006 beating

Two Chicago police officers recorded on video beating an ex-convict at a restaurant in 2006 while off-duty have resigned instead of facing the prospect of being fired. CHICAGO - Two Chicago police officers recorded on video beating an ex-convict at a restaurant in 2006 while off-duty have resigned instead of facing the prospect of being fired.

US to deploy up to 200 more troops to Syria


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Secretary of Defense Ash Carter said Saturday the US would send up to 200 additional US troops to Syria to help train and assist US-backed local forces that are driving towards ISIS' self-declared capital in Raqqa, Syria.

L-3 Updates Lynx Line

Many years ago while flying into MFR as a newly minted pilot from a non-controlled airport I was nervous to say the... They've moldered on my office shelf, unused, for more than a decade. Heck with nostalgia, I need the space.

10:40 Obama orders review of cyber attacks on 2016 election

U.S. President Barack Obama ordered intelligence agencies to review cyber attacks and foreign intervention into the 2016 election and deliver a report before he leaves office on Jan. 20, homeland security adviser Lisa Monaco said on Friday, Reuters reported. "The president has directed the intelligence community to conduct a full review of what happened during the 2016 election process ... and to capture lessons learned from that and to report to a range of stakeholders, to include the Congress," Monaco said during an event hosted by the Christian Science Monitor.

CIA report concludes Russia interfered in election; Trump’s camp: ‘Time to move on’

President-elect Donald Trump speaks at a "Get Out The Vote" rally to stump for Republican senate candidate, Louisiana Treasurer John Kennedy, and other congressional candidates, in Baton Rouge, La., Friday, Dec. 9, 2016. ORG XMIT: LAGH105 President-elect Donald Trump speaks at a "Get Out The Vote" rally to stump for Republican senate candidate, Louisiana Treasurer John Kennedy, and other congressional candidates, in Baton Rouge, La., Friday, Dec. 9, 2016.

US Senate passes bill to fund government through April


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The U.S. Capitol dome is pictured in the pre-dawn darkness in Washington in this file general view photo taken October 18, 2013. The U.S. Senate passed legislation on Friday to fund the government through April and sent it to President Barack Obama for signing into law, after Democrats who sought more generous healthcare benefits for coal miners stopped delaying action on the measure.

C&L’s Late Nite Music Club With Salt

Not much is really know about Salt except that they were from New Orleans, Fact Magazine voted "Hung Up" as one of the funkiest singles all time and when original copies of the 45 show up at action they sell for big money. We welcome relevant, respectful comments.

Government funding bill clears key hurdle in Senate

A bill to fund the US government through April that got caught up in a fight over health insurance for coal miners, cleared a key procedural hurdle late Thursday when senators voted 61-38 to advance it. A group of Democrats, who tried to bolster the health insurance provisions in the bill, were not able to get enough votes to block it.

Hillary Clinton’s losing campaigncost a record $1.2B

Hillary Clinton and her supporters spent a record $1.2 billion for her losing presidential campaign - twice as much as the winner, Donald Trump, according to the latest records. The president-elect, who confounded critics during the campaign by saying there was no need to raise or spend $1 billion or more, ended up making do with $600 million.

Trump could make good on his defense spending promise in his first 100 days


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Barely one week after a blockbuster Washington Post investigation revealed that the Pentagon had suppressed a report identifying $125 billion in wasteful spending, Congress has passed the new National Defense Authorization Act, directing a fresh $619 billion to the Department of Defense. The bill, which sailed through both Houses of Congress with large, veto-proof majorities after having some controversial elements removed, now heads to President Obama's desk.

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Trump on ‘lock her up’ chant: ‘Now we don’t care’

Donald Trump said Friday he doesn't care about prosecuting Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton, after attendees at his rally chanted "lock her up." After the chants started at the President-elect's post-election "thank you" rally in Michigan, he responded, "That plays great before the election -- now we don't care, right?" The chant "lock her up" became a common occurrence at Trump's rallies while he was running for president.

Won’t allow H-1B visa holders to replace US workers: Donald Trump

Trump has said he would not allow Americans to be replaced by foreign workers, in an apparent reference to cases like that of Disney World and other American companies wherein people hired on H-1B visas, including Indians, displaced US workers. WASHINGTON: President-elect Donald Trump has said he would not allow Americans to be replaced by foreign workers, in an apparent reference to cases like that of Disney World and other American companies wherein people hired on H-1B visas , including Indians, displaced US workers.

Sexual misconduct may go on college transcript

The action is being taken following a Call 6 Investigation that found a student expelled for sexual misconduct can move from university to university without school officials ever knowing about their past. Congressman Andre Carson is co-sponsoring the Safe Transfer Act which would require universities to note sexual misconduct findings on a student's transcript if that student is found to have violated the school's rules or policies with regards to sexual violence.