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What stories were in the news that you may have missed this week? Find out when you review this edition of VCY America's News Round-Up. Some of the stories included:

 

 

 

--Senators Chuck Grassley and Lindsey Graham have formally recommended that the

 

Justice Department and FBI investigate the author of the controversial anti-

 

Trump dossier in the first known criminal referral from Congress as part of the

 

Russia probe.

 

--A new book about President Trump contains a note that casts considerable doubt

 

about on the reliability of the contents.

 

--After one year in office, the Dow Jones Industrial Average has increased by

 

about 35%, making the last 14 months one of the greatest bull market runs in

 

history.

 

--Under President Trump, the U.S. economy added 2 million jobs in 2017.

 

--In December, the unemployment rate for black Americans dropped to 6.8%. That's

 

the lowest percentage ever in the U.S. since record keeping began in that

 

category.

 

--President Trump took an important step toward insuring America's long-term

 

national security by signing an executive order to improve access to America's

 

metals and minerals.

 

--President Trump to greatly expand the areas available for offshore oil and

 

natural gas drilling including off the Pacific and Atlantic coasts.

 

--President Trump has scrapped the commission he created to investigate problems

 

with alleged voter fraud.

 

--The White House announced that it's banning employees and guests from using

 

personal cell phones in the West Wing citing security and technology concerns.

 

--For the past 12 months, the Inspector General at the Department of Justice has

 

been conducting a review of the FBI and the DOJ's actions related to the

 

investigation into Hillary Clinton's use of a private e-mail server while she

 

was Secretary of State.

 

--Huma Abedin forwarded sensitive State Department e-mails, including passwords to

 

government systems, to her personal Yahoo e-mail account before every single

 

Yahoo account was hacked.

 

--The Justice Department launching a new inquiry into whether the Clinton

 

Foundation engaged in any pay-to-play politics or other illegal activities while

 

Hillary Clinton served as Secretary of State.

 

--The protests taking place in Iran may not be the final battle between the

 

Islamic republic's hard-line government and its fed-up populace.

 

--Iran protests have spread to more than 80 cities.

 

--A leaked report of meetings recently held by Iranian leadership indicates how

 

pressured the regime feels from the last wave of protests.

 

--Despite occasional media reports, in the last few years, Iranian Muslims are

 

converting to Christianity at an unprecedented pace.

 

--Vice President Mike Pence indicated that unlike President Obama, President Trump

 

will not be silent on Iran.

 

--There have been so many deaths due to opioids that life expectancy at birth in

 

the U.S has declined for the second year in a row.

 

--Vice President Pence cancels a trip to Israel for the second time.

 

--A Texas imam who urged Muslims in a sermon to fight and kill the Jews in

 

Palestine, is now trying to repair the damage.

 

--Operation Rescue names their pro-life person of the year for 2017—President

 

Donald Trump.

 

--The National Abortion Rights Action League (NARAL) lashes out at Operation

 

Rescue, calling pro-life Americans who work for the protection of the unborn as,

 

'Trump's extremist fringe base.'

 

--A new report indicates that Planned Parenthood made more money than ever before.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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