Friday, November 17th, 2023


Capitol Police battled protestors outside Democratic Party headquarters in a violent demonstration that ended with one arrest and a lockdown of House offices. The protestors were chanting for a ceasefire in Gaza. (See Video)

New Hampshire officially set Jan. 23 as the date for its primary elections, putting it out of compliance with a Democratic Party schedule that sets South Carolina first. For that reason, President Biden is a write-in candidate. (More

➤ The Senate passed a bill approving temporary funding of the government, avoiding a government shutdown this weekend. The temporary measure runs out early next year. (More)

Joe Manchin would “absolutely” consider running for president in 2024. He told an interviewer his goal was to mobilize voters seeking a “moderate, sensible, common sense middle.” (See Interview)

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Los Angeles Angel Shohei Ohtani was named American League MVP by unanimous vote, his second MVP award. The Atlanta Braves’ Ronald Acuña Jr.  was named National League MVP, also by unanimous vote. (More)

➤ The Golden State Warriors’ Draymond Green, ejected from a game this week for choking another player, will forfeit $800,000 in salary as part of his punishment, along with his five game suspension. (More)

Golfer Rory McIlroy hit a tee shot right into a woman’s lap on a par-3 at the World Tour Championship. He feigned hitting his next shot off her lap, but officials allowed him a free drop. (See Video)


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Big Stock Move: Cisco stock fell 10% today, its worst day in over a year, after the company warned of a slowdown in orders. (More)

Anheuser-Busch’s U.S. marketing chief Benoit Garbe resigned as the backlash over the infamous Bud Light transgender promotion continues to drag down sales. Garbe’s position won’t be replaced. (More)

➤ Federal authorities in New York seized 219,000 counterfeit handbags, clothes, shoes, and other products worth over $1 billion in the largest bust of knockoff luxury items in U.S. history. (See Photos)

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Science & Technology

The Leonid meteor shower reaches its peak in the night sky this weekend. Viewers can expect 10-15 meteors per hour, and the best time to view it is between midnight and dawn. (See Details)

➤ If you prefer staying indoors, here’s a list of webcams around the world that stream views of the Northern Lights at your convenience, from Sweden to Alaska. (See List)

And if you’d rather just listen to space instead, NASA has translated data collected by its deep-space telescopes into notes and sounds that musicians can play. One composer has already produced cosmic music. (See Video) 

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Feel Good Friday

➤ A dad whose daughter, Morgan, was often shunned because of her special needs built a theme park designed specifically for people with disabilities. “Morgan’s Wonderland” cost $35 million to build and is free to anyone with a disability. (See Photos

➤ An airline pilot flying with his parents as passengers for the first time used the opportunity to give a heartwarming pre-flight announcement thanking them for all they’ve done for him. (See Video)

A middle-aged Michigan couple who had just gotten married was stunned the next day after buying a scratch-off lottery ticket: They won a $1 million prize. (See Ticket)

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Et Cetera

➤ Street cameras captured shocking footage of a Dodge Charger running a stop sign and getting smashed by a transit bus. Both vehicles then crashed into a local crab restaurant. No one was killed, but 14 people were injured. (See Video)

➤ A southern cassowary, found only in Australia and considered endangered, was filmed swimming in the Coral Sea off Australia. The flightless birds are as big as ostriches and are rarely seen. (See Video

➤ Chick-fil-A fans in central Florida can now choose to have their chicken sandwiches delivered by drone. The chain is testing the app-powered delivery option in the Brandon area. (See Video)

Poll Position

Do you read a morning newspaper?

  1. Yes
  2. No

Wednesday’s Results:

How often do you eat out for dinner?

  1. All the Time: 8%
  2. Weekly: 24%
  3. Several Times a Month: 29%
  4. Special Occasions Only: 29%
  5. Never: 10%

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“I don’t think there’s a demand problem for local news. I think there’s a supply problem.”

Tim Franklin of the Medill journalism school on the death of local newspapers. 

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