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Attack on prosecutor investigating nightclub shooting further erodes Cancun’s reputation for safety - Wed, 18 Jan 2017 12:01:43 EST - A violent attack in Cancun, Mexico, has further undermined the area’s reputation as a peaceful idyll amid the turbulence of Mexico’s drug war - Read More

Back-to-back shootings shake Mexico’s tourism jewels

Sports

Green Bay Packers
Green Bay’s win over Dallas seen by average of 48.5M on Fox

Taylor Hall scored in overtime to give New Jersey a 2-1 win ending Vancouver’s six game home winning streak. Listen to sports at :15 and :45.Visit NEWS1130.com

Texans vs Patriots Result - The New England Patriots advanced to their 6th consecutive AFC Championship Game with a 34-16 victory over the Houston Texans. Dion Lewis had 3 touchdowns to lead the way for New England.

Canadian Women’s Hockey Star, Hayley Wickenheiser, Announces Retirement

In Case You Missed It

In February, CVS — one of the nation’s largest pharmacy chains — announced that it would take tobacco products off the shelves of its 7,600 locations effective Oct. 1 of this year. The move is expected to cost the company $2 billion in annual sales.

Passenger removed from flight after confrontation with Ivanka Trump

Culture/Lifestyle

Having finely honed social skills is like taking a machine gun to a swordfight — FOR LIFE.

Celebrity/Entertainment

African-born actor in Hungary: ‘People just see me as a migrant’

Royalty

On His Mother’s Death - Prince William says he “felt angry” after Princess Diana’s death.


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US

President Obama Commutes Chelsea Manning’s Sentence

‘Insurance for everybody’: Trump vows to improve on Obamacare. Republican-led Congress has pressed ahead with getting rid of Obamacare despite potential costs .

Icy roads were linked to several collisions in the central U.S., including a fiery crash involving tractor-trailers and a deadly crash southeast of Kansas City.
Ice storm creates slick conditions in central U.S. for 3rd day. The storm fell short of forecasts, but still caused power outages and dangerous roads

Does the Anti-Nepotism Statute Preclude Trump From Kushner?

Ice storms target U.S. Midwest


Paul Ryan promises at at CNN town hall the repeal of Obamacare will happen at the same time Republicans approve a replacement program. Watch CNN


Canada

Justin Trudeau Addresses French Language Brouhaha

Doctor who hired a hit man to kill teen patient takes prison complaint to top court. SupCourtreme to decide whether to hear murderer's request to have sexual history erased from prison record

Violence in hospitals at "epidemic proportions," says union following shooting

Tribal News

Divesting From DAPL Part II: Here Are Native-Owned Banks (Why Aren’t You Using Them?)

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M.E./Asia

Iran says 30 Tehran firefighters killed as burning highrise collapses - Thu, 19 Jan 2017 04:58:44 EST - A high-rise building in Tehran engulfed by a fire collapsed on Thursday, killing at least 30 firefighters and injuring roughly 75 people, state media reported. - Read More

* China Warns the U.S. of War in the South China Sea

Taiwan responds after China sends carrier to strait

China warns Trump
China Warns Trump It Will "Take Revenge" if He Ends "One China" Policy

Afghanistan bombings: Dozens killed across the country


Africa

Nigeria and Boko Haram: A deadly blunder
On Tuesday a Nigerian military jet mistakenly bombed an informal refugee camp sheltering thousands of people displaced by the fighting between the government and the jihadists of Boko Haram. At least 76 people were killed. The air strike (a “regrettable operational mistake”, said the president, Muhammadu Buhari) reinforces long-standing doubts about the security forces’ competence, writes our West Africa correspondent

Features

On living stipends for General Authorities. The scandal du jour that’s agitating the embittered ex-Mormon hive (and that’s, perhaps, concerning some wavering Latter-day Saints, and even possibly a few very faithful ones) is the revelation that members of the First Presidency and other General Authorities receive a living stipend that puts them roughly on the level of the average American college professor (of “full” professorial rank).

 

 

 

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