The Nightshift: 15 February 2017

Press Clippings:
Good Morning. It’s Wednesday, 15 February 2017 and this is the morning edition of The Nightshift, the world’s overnight news feed.
The White House scandal that erupted late Monday evening did not become any less intense on Tuesday. The drama and intrigue surrounding the sudden resignation, after only 23 days in office, of General Michael Flynn, former National Security Advisor, continued, along with a string of ill-conceived press releases and statements, cross-purpose comments, “alternative facts” and denials from all involved that did nothing to calm the chaos coming out of the White House. In other words: it’s a hot mess.There’s more to come, of course, as the scope of the investigation surrounding Flynn, Russia, Russian hacking, etc. continues to widen. So much for swamp drainage.
Be prepared.
And..the world goes on.
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Our annual Winter Film Festival is now in progress.  The WFF posts will go up after the The Nightshift’s daily international news feed. The Winter Film Festival posts start at 12:15 PM  for the first post.The 2017 Winter Film Festival will conclude on Friday, 17 February. See you at The Bottom. 
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