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The Associated Press - #NewsMinute - here's the latest news for Saturday, November 22nd.2014: - Volunteers help dig Buffalo out from under snow; Suspected gas leak causes explosion in London hotel; Islamic extremists kill 28 in northern Kenya; Ferguson waits for grand jury decision. - AP.org
Washington - 05/17/2014: In this week's address, the President discusses actions to expand opportunity for more Americans, with or without the help of Republicans in Congress, including his Administration's efforts to cut red tape for major transportation infrastructure projects.
And in the coming days, the President will meet with business leaders to highlight the importance of bringing jobs back to America and will also discuss the economic benefits of making it easier for tourists to visit and spend money at attractions in the U.S., which in turn helps local businesses and grows the economy for everyone. -WhiteHouse.gov
Featuring 14 Members of the House
Washington - 05/10/2014: In this week's Republican address, the authors of more than a dozen House-passed jobs bills call on President Obama and Senate Democrats to act and match the House's focus on the economy.
At the conclusion of the address, Education & the Workforce Committee Chairman John Kline (R-MN) says, "These are only some of the many bills we have passed to provide new hope to families, workers, and students across the country. More are in the works. Because our focus, day in and day out, is on building a stronger economy and a better America. It's time for President Obama and senate democrats to step up and make that their priority too." - GOP.gov
McCaskill: Campus Assault Survey Is Wake Up Call.
Washington - 07/09/2014 - About 40 percent of colleges and universities reported not having conducted a sexual assault investigation in the past five years. Sen. Claire McCaskill, D-Mo., whose office conducted the survey, said the findings are a wake up call to schools. - ap.org
Former War College Leader: No to Syria Strikes.
Washington - 09/10/2013 - Former Commandant of the U.S. Army War College, Retired Major General Robert Scales, warns during a House Homeland Security hearing that an American strike against Syria could endanger security at home and American interests abroad. - ap.org
11/22/2014 - The Lowdown's Diana Madison sits down with singer and TV personality Nicole Scherzinger. Nicole shares how she deals with cyberbullying, and reveals secrets about her new single "Run". Nicole is ready to release her first ever album "Big Fat Lie" in 2015.. - hollyscoop.com
Cowboy Hats and Swagger at CMA Awards
11/06/2014 - Country's power couple, Miranda Lambert and Blake Shelton, face off against each other in competition for top honors at the CMA Awards. - ap.org
How Do Stars’ Private Photos Get Hacked So Often?
11/10/2014 - Nude photo rumors are pretty commonplace for most Hollywood actresses, so when Big Bang Theory star Kaley Cuoco first got an email alert about this summer’s iCloud photo hack, she didn’t think much of it.. - etonline.com
Carmen Electra Talks Fitness And New Music [Exclusive Interview] | The Lowdown with Diana Madison
11/16/2014 - The Lowdown's Diana Madison sits down with her fun Lowdown panel and guest Carmen Electra, who talks about her past relationships and her new single "Around The World" which is on iTunes now. HollywoodNOW