Buzz It Up News
  • Hannity defends Fox News president Shine amid report

    Hannity defends Fox News president Shine amid report

    According to Sherman's reporting , Shine recently asked James and Lachlan Murdoch , the 21st Century Fox CEO and chairman, to publish a statement in support of him. Fox News continues to be the most-watched cable news network and is typically among the leaders in all of cable, not just news. Hannity declined to say who within the company might be trying to smear Shine, but he offered up a hashtag in support.

    Continue Reading...
  • Hardball health care option may cost Trump and taxpayers

    Hardball health care option may cost Trump and taxpayers

    It appears members of the conservative House Freedom Caucus and moderates in the Tuesday Group are in the final stages of striking a deal. A study by the Kaiser Family Foundation released Tuesday shows the Republican's threat could cost the government $2.3 billion in 2018 and as much as $31 billion over the next 10 years.

    Continue Reading...
  • Arkansas executes 2 inmates on the same gurney, hours apart

    Arkansas executes 2 inmates on the same gurney, hours apart

    Williams was sentenced to death for the 1994 murder of Stacey Errickson. Two inmates were given lethal injections about three hours apart as Arkansas completed the first double execution in the USA since 2000. Attorneys for Williams argued that it would not be easy finding a vein on the body of their client through which the lethal injection would be transfused since he weighed 180 kilograms.

    Continue Reading...
  • Trump Names Retired Marine Corps General To Lead Secret Service

    Trump Names Retired Marine Corps General To Lead Secret Service

    This is a developing story. He is now working as the acting deputy commissioner of Customs and Border Protection, and has been with the agency since shortly after leaving the military. "I look forward to working with General Alles in continuing to implement recommendations put forth in our bipartisan Committee report". In the military, he was a pilot and instructor at the U.S.

    Continue Reading...
  • Idaho unemployment drops to 3.5 percent

    Idaho unemployment drops to 3.5 percent

    In March, the three industry sectors with the largest gains in employment were: Leisure and Hospitality (+4,200); Other Services (+1,300); and Trade, Transportation and Utilities (+900). Its unemployment rate increased from 5.2 percent in February to 5.6 percent last month. "Jobs were created faster than the growth in workforce, resulting in a significant decline in unemployment rate".

    Continue Reading...
  • White House pushes uncertain bid to revive health care bill

    White House pushes uncertain bid to revive health care bill

    Some members of the president's team have grown consumed by that deadline, worrying that appraisals of the president's tenure will be brutal and hoping that a last push on health care might bring a measure of salvation. Under the so-called MacArthur Amendment , states could never allow insurers to price plans based on gender or to turn away people because of pre-existing conditions.

    Continue Reading...
  • Clothing retailer Bebe closing all stores before summer

    Clothing retailer Bebe closing all stores before summer

    Maxx. Struggling apparel retailer Bebe Stores Inc said on Friday it would close all its stores by the end of May , barely a month after announcing it was exploring strategic alternatives following four years of losses. Bebe lost $13 million in the six months that ended December 31, the first half of its fiscal year, as its sales fell to $189.2 million, down 13.5% from the same period a year earlier.

    Continue Reading...
  • Supreme Court blocks Arkansas executions

    Supreme Court blocks Arkansas executions

    They oppose the state's plan to execute eight prisoners by the end of the month, once its supply of lethal injection drugs expires. The state's Supreme Court on Monday also vacated an order blocking the use of the drug vecuronium bromide as part of a lethal-injection protocol.

    Continue Reading...
  • Army says 1 dead, 2 injured in golf course helicopter crash

    Army Military District of Washington officials said in a statement. One individual was medically evacuated from the site with crash-related injuries, she said. Davaughn Parker said a Black Hawk helicopter crashed in Leonardtown on Monday afternoon. Gen. Bradley A. Becker, commanding general, Joint Force Headquarters National Capital Region and the US Army Military District of Washington, in a statement to CNN.

    Continue Reading...
  • Facts about Justice Neil Gorsuch and the Supreme Court

    At the court chambers, Gorsuch took the same false oath that President Trump did at his inauguration, swearing to uphold and defend the Constitution of the United States and "bear true faith and allegiance to the same". Senate republicans refused to hold hearings for Merrick Garland , and democrats filibustered Gorsuch. The Senate then confirmed Gorsuch last Friday with a 54-45 vote in favor of his nomination, and he was officially sworn in on Monday.

    Continue Reading...
  • Arkansas to seek 'immediate review' of stays

    The Arkansas Supreme Court is barring a judge who blocked the state's multiple executions plan from taking up any death penalty related cases after he participated in a protest where he appeared to mimic an inmate about to receive lethal injection drugs.

    Continue Reading...
  • Arkansas tries to reverse execution drug ruling

    Arkansas tries to reverse execution drug ruling

    The eight were scheduled to be executed by lethal injection in Arkansas, beginning April 17, 2017. Four companies have publicly raised concerns about how the Arkansas Department of Correction came to stockpile the drugs for its lethal injection cocktail - midazolam, vecuronium bromide and potassium chloride - but only McKesson Corp.

    Continue Reading...
  • Suspect arrested in connection to murder of Google employee

    Suspect arrested in connection to murder of Google employee

    Police were able to obtain DNA evidence of the suspect from Marcotte's hands, Early said, because she fought back against her attacker. A dark-colored SUV was also seen in the area by witnesses . Marcotte was an account manager for Google in New York City. She's raised funds for Tutoring Plus, which is a nonprofit that Marcotte volunteered for when she lived in Boston .

    Continue Reading...
  • Kansas outcome a warning to GOP as Georgia contest nears

    Sam Brownback, who is blamed for ruining the state's finances. Republicans say blocking the regulation will give customers more choice over how and whether their data is shared. "When they think about choices, they tend to think big choices: change versus status quo", Rothenberg said. In the Atlanta suburbs, local volunteers are out knocking on doors for Republicans, too, but area GOP leader Jason Shepherd is anxious the party isn't as energized as Democrats like Machonis.

    Continue Reading...
  • Trump Slams Hillary Clinton: 'She Was Guilty on Every Charge'

    Trump Slams Hillary Clinton: 'She Was Guilty on Every Charge'

    Trump continued: "Comey was very, very good to Hillary Clinton, that I can tell you". A "fair chance" to do what is anybody's guess, but for a president to be talking about firing an FBI director while now under investigation by that agency is uncharted territory, and could very well constitute an attempt to obstruct or prejudice that investigation.

    Continue Reading...
  • 'Charging Bull' sculptor accuses NYC of violating his rights

    'Charging Bull' sculptor accuses NYC of violating his rights

    Di Modica, 76, told reporters Wednesday that the girl changes the positive message of the bull sculpture, which is "a better America and a better world". She was also enough of a hit with New Yorkers and tourists that city officials granted a permit that will keep her there until at least February 2018.

    Continue Reading...
  • Stockholm attack: Uzbek man held on suspicion of terrorism

    Stockholm attack: Uzbek man held on suspicion of terrorism

    Earlier , Swedish police said the man they arrested "resembles the person we earlier have sought after" in the truck attack. He said there were clear similarities with the deadly terrorist attack in London last month, in which a British-born man used a vehicle to mow down a crowd of people on Westminster Bridge before he was shot and killed by police.

    Continue Reading...
  • Congress seen as not likely to pass tax overhaul quickly

    President Barack Obama's administration could have done more to attack carried interest tax treatment, but ultimately didn't because these payment arrangements are used in a wide swath of industries, the lobbyist said. "Let's get on with it", Sen. Now, Brady is saying that while his committee still intends to introduce legislation in the spring, there isn't a specific deadline for action.

    Continue Reading...
  • Indiana Senate passes synthetic urine ban on unanimous vote

    Indiana Senate passes synthetic urine ban on unanimous vote

    Since the bill was a House Bill, the Speaker of the House will appoint the committee to discuss the bill. After the Senate passed its voter ID legislation (SB 5) in March, King said he looked forward to a hearing on the corresponding House Bill 2481, which he sponsors and coauthored.

    Continue Reading...
  • 2 teens arrested in Chicago sex assault streamed online

    2 teens arrested in Chicago sex assault streamed online

    The teen's public defender did not want the media at the hearing, citing privacy and safety concerns for the minor, but prosecutors said the media had a right to be there. An investigation is now ongoing into whether online bullying of the girl has risen to the level of criminality, Guglielmi confirmed to The Post Tuesday.

    Continue Reading...
  • Speak up to stop child abuse

    Speak up to stop child abuse

    The agency displayed 762 pinwheels, of which 603 children were represented as being helped from Child Haven in 2016. Exchange Club, Mac's Construction, Pine Belt Ford, First United Methodist Church, Vitamins Plus, Material Girls, Chef Katie Dixon, Glory Bound, The School of Social Work, and Porter Law Firm.

    Continue Reading...