Good Morning. It’s Friday, 10 March 2017, and this is the Morning Edition of The Nightshift, the world’s overnight news feed.
Washington is in full-on debate form over the proposed replacement/revision of Obamacare. The new bill apparently has a long way to go before it’s enthusiastically advanced. Look for plenty of revisions.
The air is not yet clear on the full extent of Russian hacking in the last election, or connections between the Trump campaign and the Russians. This whole mess will take quite a while to sort itself out; in the process, expect many reputations to take serious hits. And, in more hacking news this week: no proof yet that Trump Tower was wiretapped and plenty of proof that the CIA was. The drama goes on.
Tonight, Carolina and Duke face off for the third time this season; the teams have split the first two games. This time, they’re in the semi-finals of the ACC Tournament (moved to Barclay’s Center in Brooklyn from its’ traditional location in Greensboro, NC). NFL free agency is out of the gate and pro teams are in the mix-and-match mode.
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