The Nightshift: 16 February 2017

Press Clippings:

Good Morning. It’s Thursday, 16 February 2017 and this is the morning edition of The Nightshift, the world’s overnight news feed.
More of the same from Washington. The administration is upset about the leaks, not about the facts in the leaks. It should be, of course, the other way around. The situation will continue to evolve and to deteriorate as America has been put on dual-channel news flow: one from the administration; one from the press/media. Interesting times indeed, but only the media provides sources and checks facts.
The Trump administration took another body blow when proposed Labor Secretary Andy Puzder withdrew his name from consideration after worker protests at Hardees and Carl’s Jr. restaurants–where he was CEO– across America. Guess he decided that the critical exposure of his management style the nomination brought was not worth the glory of the title. Wonder how this entire episode will affect sales at the restaurants? If they go down as a result, expect more drama.
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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