Category: National

Unicorn Drink

Unicorn Drink

NEW YORK (AP) – The popular coffee shop Starbucks, is releasing a new limited-time beverage that will debut Wednesday, April 19th. The drink will be called the Unicorn Frappuccino and will be a sweet and fruity beverage. The Unicorn Frappuccino will be sold nationwide until Sunday. The drink changes colors and flavors when you stir the beverage. The colorful drink […]

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Celebrating National Crayon Day

ST. CLOUD, Minn. – If you’re feeling nostalgia for your childhood then break out the crayons! Today is National Crayon Day, celebrating the original arts-and-crafts utensil. While people are coloring all over the U.S., Crayola used today to announce the retirement of one of their colors. Dandelion, a bright yellow shade, is stepping down from the box. The Crayola website […]

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Paul Ryan’s Second Attempt to Overhaul Healthcare

Paul Ryan’s Second Attempt to Overhaul Healthcare

House Speaker Paul Ryan’s party will take another shot at overhauling health care. After the GOP division to replace Obamacare failed Friday, Ryan said Republican lawmakers will continue to keep working on healthcare. Ryan has released no further details or a timeline on how this will be done. Conservatives claim that the bill Friday didn’t repeal enough of Obamacare while […]

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House Intelligence Representative Devin Nunes Refuses to Step Down

House Intelligence Representative Devin Nunes Refuses to Step Down

The chairman of the House intelligence committee Devin Nunes, involved in investigating Russian activity during the election says he is not going to step down from his position. Republican Devin Nunes told reporters, “Why would I?” Nunes continues to face increasing pressures from Democrats as he is seen as being too close to the White House. Senator John McCain ask […]

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Disney Universal Tax Case

Disney Universal Tax Case

A property tax disagreement has Orlando theme parks filing a lawsuit against Orange County Appraiser Rick Singh. The theme park says Singh’s office used an improper appraisal method. However Singh’s says he has been fair to all tax papers… Recently the parks got over 10 million dollars lowered by county officials..

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Homes Sales Fall After Historic Month

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Home sales across the nation dropped off significantly after a historic January in which home were bought at a record pace. Sales of existing homes fell 3.7% in February, but over the past year sales have risen 5.4%. Due to the demand of people looking for homes, the supply of houses on the market has dropped 6.4% […]

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Sears Nears Possible Bankruptcy

Sears Nears Possible Bankruptcy

NEWARK, NJ – For over a century Sears has been a staple of American retail, but now the retail giant faces “substantial doubt” that it will be able to keep its doors open. Last month, company shares hit an all-time low, and and shares fell another 5% before the opening bell on Wednesday. Edward Lampert, Sears Chairman and CEO, has forwarded millions from […]

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March Madness Effects

March Madness Effects

ST. CLOUD, Minn: Madness is amongst us as the 2017 Division I men’s college basketball tournament is underway. Unfortunately not everyone is able to view the action in person, but instead catch the games at their favorite local sports bars. January and February are typically slower months in the sports bar industry but once the month of March hits, the […]

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Hennepin County Sheriff’s Office is on a Federal List

Hennepin County Sheriff’s Office is on a Federal List

The Hennepin County Sheriff’s Office is put on a federal list by President Donald Trump for failure to cooperate with holding detainees for immigration officials. Trump’s executive order in January requires Immigration and Customs Enforcement to document local jurisdictions  that aren’t cooperating with federal efforts to deport immigrants in the country illegally. The federal list involves about 50 other city and […]

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Congress Seats at Risk over GOP Health Bill

Congress Seats at Risk over GOP Health Bill

President Donald Trump warns House Republicans that there seats in Congress could be at a potential risk if the GOP health bill fails to pass. Trump addressed this to Republican lawmakers in a meeting at the Capitol today. Congressman Walter Jones of North Carolina later relayed Trump’s message to reporters. Jones added that, “It’s an important vote. If you don’t pass the bill […]

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