Good Morning, It’s Thursday, 23 March 2017, and this is the Morning Edition of The Nightshift, the world’s overnight news feed.
There was a terror attack in London. Four people were killed–including the attacker–and 29 people were hospitalized with injuries. The attacker used a vehicle to run over people on the Westminster Bridge and then ran away from the scene and tried to gain access to Parliament. He was shot dead after stabbing a policeman guarding the facility.
The strangeness in Washington, DC continues. Today’s symbol of odd and unprecedented behavior: House Intel Committee head Congressman Devin Nunes. Check the headlines from The Washington Post and the New York Times (below) for detail. What a mess. The Trumpcare health bill is scheduled to be voted on tonight. That could be yet another disaster for the new administration (do you really think they put the time into it to get it right?).
The NCAA tournament is back in action tonight as the first round of games for the Sweet 16 take place. There’ll be another round tomorrow night. How’s your bracket doing?
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