Listen Live
St. Jude Radiothon 2024

One person was killed and 7 other people were shot at a graduation party:

Police are searching for a gunman who opened fire at a graduation party in Philadelphia Sunday night.

One person was killed and seven others were injured in the shooting, according to Philadelphia Police Commissioner Richard Ross.
Around 60 people were at the party when shots rang out, Ross said.
Ross said that four of the victims were teens between the age of 15 to 17 who suffered gunshot wounds to their legs.

Pollster shake-up casts shadow over Trump’s big 2020 launch:

President Donald Trump plans to spend this week triumphantly setting course for a second term, but turmoil within his campaign is hinting at alarming liabilities in his bid for re-election.

Trump aides said Sunday that several pollsters have paid with their jobs after revealing lagging early swing state data that raises doubts over Trump’s ability to make political lightning strike again in 2020.
The firings are casting a shadow over Trump’s huge Florida rally on Tuesday night to formally inaugurate a re-election campaign that in reality started even before he took the oath of office.

Pompeo on Iran: US considering range of options including military:

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said Sunday that the United States is “considering a full range of options” regarding rising tensions with Iran, including military options, but emphasized that President Donald Trump has said that he does not want to go to war.

“The United States is considering a full range of options. We have briefed the President a couple of times, we’ll continue to keep him updated. We are confident that we can take a set of actions that can restore deterrence which is our mission set,” Pompeo said in an interview on CBS “Face the Nation.”
When asked if a military response was included in that set of actions, Pompeo responded, “Of course.”

‘I am not a monster, I simply am Amanda,’ says Knox on tearful return to Italy:

The Seattle native has spent the seven-plus years since her conviction was quashed attempting to turn her notoriety into an asset rather than shrink from the spotlight. Her invitation to speak at the Criminal Justice Festival in Modena on Saturday on the subject “Trial by Media,” is another step on her path to reclaiming the narrative.
“I know, despite my absolution from the court of cassation, I remain a controversial figure in the public opinion, above all especially here in Italy,” Knox told the audience Saturday.

17 staffers in this medical center unit are all expecting. Yes, 17!:

At first, Hillary Slusser thought she had the flu.

She hadn’t been feeling well for a couple weeks but, after getting really sick at work, she went home and took not one, but three pregnancy tests. Just to be sure.
Long story short, she was pregnant. But she wasn’t the only one.

14 nurses, two doctors and one social worker are all expectin

Before Slusser had even publicly announced her pregnancy, her friend and fellow nurse in the Emergency Department at Vanderbilt University’s medical center posted her sonogram online.
A week later, another nurse in their department posted that she was expecting, too.

CLICK HERE to read story

Leave a Reply