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Monday morning one-liners

WR Marquise Goodwin is coming off a good year for the Bills. Former Dolphins QB Dan Marino held his annual walk to raise funds and awareness for autism initiatives. Some Patriots newcomers are getting their first taste of the Super Bowl. A rundown of early draft projections for the Jets. How will the Ravens replace…

10 Monday AM Reads

Ready for the next 4 years? If not, try get up to speed with our morning train reads: • Sixty-Seven Numbers That Define the Obama Era (Pacific Standard) see also Day One for Donald Trump’s Economy, in Charts (Real Time Economics) • Love Trump? Hate Him? That’s No Way to Invest. Show More Summary

The big one - a major storm - slams California

Good morning. It’s Monday, Jan. 23, and here’s what is happening across California: TOP STORIES The big one Forecasters had predicted this storm would be the strongest in several years, and it didn’t disappoint. While earlier storms produced periods of heavy showers, this one delivered several...

Monday Morning Open Thread: Keep Resisting!

Happy to march with 125k+ women (& friends of women) in Boston. We can whimper, we can whine, or we can fight back. #WomensMarch — Elizabeth Warren (@elizabethforma) January 21, 2017 Maybe it’s just me, but… the present social moment reminds me of the Anita Hill – Clarence Thomas confirmation hearings. All the nice […]

5 things you need to know Monday

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10 things you need to know in markets today

Good morning! Here's what you need to know on Monday. Donald Trump is officially pledging to boost US growth to 4% per year during his presidency. "To get the economy back on track, President Trump has outlined a bold plan to createShow More Summary

Weekly Wrap-up: Jio Extension, ICICI-PhonePe Fight, Hyperloop JioHealthHub App & More…

It is yet another Monday morning and time to do a quick wrap-up of posts published on last week. If you were offline for any reason this is a great way to catch up with all the tech buzz from last week. Govt. Panel is now pushing...Show More Summary

Monday Morning Horoscope for Jan. 23, 2017

You know what your priorities are. Most people do. You have the strength and independence of spirit to act on what's important to you, without making a big drama about it. The potential point of... This is content summary only. Please visit Planet Waves for full links, other content, and more!

“Foreign Payments to Trump Firms Violate Constitution, Suit Will Claim”

Eric Lipton and Adam Liptak for the NYT: A team of prominent constitutional scholars, Supreme Court litigators and former White House ethics lawyers intends to file a lawsuit Monday morning alleging that President Trump is violating the Constitution by allowing … Continue reading ?

Lawsuit Accuses Trump of Violating U.S. Constitution

“A team of prominent constitutional scholars, Supreme Court litigators and former White House ethics lawyers intends to file a lawsuit Monday morning alleging that President Trump is violating the Constitution by allowing his hotels and other business operations to accept [...]

PM Update: Showers continue overnight. Heavy rain and strong winds for Monday morning.

Monday morning will feature a good dose of heavy rain with strong winds that could gust to 40 mph.

The Amazon Effect

A lead local story on a recent Monday morning TV newscast was about the closing and redevelopment of Landmark Mall in Alexandria, Virginia. Word was already out about several Macy's store closings nationwide, including the one there, but this story confirmed the demise of the entire mall. Show More Summary

Join a Real-Deal Wolf Pack in 'The Wolf', a Multiplayer RPG Due out Next Week

I'm not sure what it is with all these weird "simulation" games hitting the App Store lately, but I love it. The latest, which is set to be released on Monday the 23rd, is The Wolf. It was posted to our forums this morning, and it sounds like just my kind of strange. It's a

Samsung Will Blame Battery Size for Note 7 Explosions

2 days agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmodo

Samsung will finally tell us why the Galaxy Note 7 exploded at a press conference on Sunday night (Monday morning, South Korea time). According to The Wall Street Journal and Bloomberg, the company’s months-long investigation will lay blame on the size of the batteries used in the phone. Read more...

Samsung will explain the Galaxy Note 7 explosions Sunday night

As Reuters had suggested, Samsung is close to holding a press conference where it will " announce the cause of the Galaxy Note 7 incidents and quality enhancement plan." The event is being held on Monday morning (local time) in Seoul, Korea, and will be livestreamed in English on If you'd like to tune in, set your alarm for 8PM ET on January 22nd.

Newswire: Bill Burr’s new stand-up special arrives on Netflix January 31

These are good times for anyone who enjoys the caustic, often scathing, yet fundamentally humane comedy of Massachusetts-born funnyman Bill Burr. In addition to his popular, freewheeling Monday Morning Podcast and his Netflix animated...Show More Summary

Philadelphians Channel Martin Luther King Jr. And March For A Better America

It was a cold January morning in Philadelphia -- though it felt warm. The country has seen several bleak weeks in the aftermath of one of the most unprecedented elections in history. But this Monday felt like a warm spring day. Marches...Show More Summary

The Expectation Game

“I can’t believe you are choosing that career path,” your domineering father screams. “You are too nice; you need to be meaner,” your well-meaning uncle prods. “You are too sensitive,” your mother admonishes. Monday morning quarterback? What happens when Monday morning is every morning? As […]

Spending Out Of Control? You Need A Self-Inflicted Tax

Tax yourself with this trick: For every $1 you spend on the weekend, put 50 cents into your savings Monday morning.

The Harvard Bomb Hoax Case

At 8:40 in the morning of Monday, December 16, 2013, officials at Harvard University in Cambridge, Massachusetts received a bomb threat via email. The sender of the email wrote that "shrapnel bombs" were hidden in Emerson, Thayer, and Sever Halls as well as in the Science Center. Show More Summary

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