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03/24/17: Trump Health Care Bill Ultimatum, Keystone XL Pipeline Permit, Bids for Mexican Border Wall, and a $6M “Sweet Sixteen” Birthday Party

It was delayed yesterday, but now President Trump is demanding a house vote on the health care bill today. Work can now begin on the Keystone oil pipeline project- they just received a presidential permit. Businesses are submitting their bids for the border wall between the United States and Mexico, and a dad decides to throw his daughter a 6 million dollar birthday party! Plus, what the best way to wrap up a boring conversation- we have some tips! And Freebie Fridays from Papa John’s, Redbox and

03/23/17: London Terror Attack, House Preps for Health Care Vote, Manafort Ties with Russia, Possible Trump Surveillance and a Sperm Testing App

A deadly terror attack in London leaves multiple people dead, including a police officer. Arrests are underway. The House prepares to vote tonight on the GOP Healthcare Bill, but will it be delayed? The investigation continues into Trump’s former campaign chief’s ties to Russia. Was Trump spied on during or after the campaign? There’s new information from the house intelligence chair. Plus, an app that tells you more about the quality of your sperm, and Daily Deals from Walmart, Payless and Barnes & Noble.

03/22/17: Gorsuch Confirmation Hearings, Trump Backs GOP Healthcare Plan, Snake on Alaska Flight, and Cup-Blowing Challenge

It’s round three for Judge Neil Gorsuch. The Supreme Court nominee heads back to the hill today more questions. President Trump advocates for the GOP Healthcare Plan, but many in the Republican Party still aren’t convinced. Passengers react to Homeland Security’s temporary ban on certain electronic devices. And we have a new internet phenomenon called the “Cup-Blowing Challenge”. Plus, we answer a mom’s travel question in our segment “Solicited Parenting Advice” and Daily Deals from Tiny Prints, GrubHub and Gap.

03/21/17: TSA Bans Electronic Devices, US Boycotts UN Council Meeting, Advertisers Upset with Google and Baby Day Spa

The Transportation Security Administration is cracking down on personal electronics this morning for non-stop flights to the US. The US boycotts the United Nations Human Rights Council over anti-Israel bias. Google is in hot water with key advertisers when their ads display on controversial videos, and a popular app can now help you find your parked car. Plus, parents share which toys they think are the most annoying and Daily Deals from Proactiv, Old Navy and Best Buy.

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