Good Morning. It’s Wednesday, 1 March 2017, and this is the Morning Edition of The Nightshift, the world’s overnight news feed.
President Trump made his first speech before the assembled U.S. Congress. It was understated, repeated the themes and objectives he made during his campaign, and had a totally different tone than he had shown in the weeks leading up to the address. The government remains gridlocked. We shall see.
In the great Academy Awards scandal….it turns out that someone was–allegedly–tweeting during the ceremony, got behind and confused, and grabbed the wrong envelope. Only had one job. Get the right envelope. Didn’t get it right. …and the Award for lamest excuse in Oscar history goes to………
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