Trump To Take Steps Rolling Back Financial Regulations:
President Donald Trump will begin work Friday dismantling the financial regulations enacted after the 2008 economic crisis, hours after the first major economic report of his administration is released.
SUPER BOWL 51: EXPERT CONSENSUS PICKS FOR THE TITLE GAME
You may not have heard, but there’s a rather important football game this weekend.
In fact, some have gone so far as to call it “Super.”
On Sunday, the New England Patriots and Atlanta Falcons will lock horns in Houston for the 51st iteration of the biggest spectacle in sports. For the upstart Falcons, it’s an opportunity to lift the Lombardi Trophy for the first time as the champions of the National Football League.
For the Patriots, it’s the opportunity to make even more NFL history by appearing in a record ninth Super Bowl. A win would give quarterback Tom Brady his fifth victory in the game—a feat that’s never been accomplished.
Hey…it wouldn’t be a Super Bowl without super stakes.
There’s no shortage of intriguing storylines in the game: the Falcons’ league-best offense, starring wide receiver Julio Jones and quarterback Matt Ryan, going against the Patriots’ No. 1-ranked scoring defense. Oh, yeah, and New England head coach Bill Belichick coaching in his record seventh Super Bowl.
We Need Black History Month Now More Than Ever:
During what he characterized as “our little breakfast” to celebrate Black History Month, President Donald J. Trump, without the least hint of irony, awkwardly praised Frederick Douglass, the nineteenth-century black abolitionist “is an example of somebody who’s done an amazing job and is being recognized more and more, I notice.” Trump’s language prompted immediate speculation that Trump might not know Douglass had been dead since 1895. Twitter lit up with ridicule, with Trump drawing eye-rolls from academics and celebrities alike.
Obama WH Photographer Throws Shade At Trump:
President Barack Obama’s former White House photographer is taking to Instagram to show frustration with the new administration.
Delaware Prison Standoff Over; Corrections Officer Dead:
A 19-hour standoff at a Delaware prison ended Thursday, but not before one of the corrections officials taken hostage by prisoners was found dead in the facility, the state Department of Correction said.
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