Good Morning, It’s Sunday, 26 March 2017, and this is the Morning Edition of The Nightshift, the world’s overnight news feed.
The Sunday morning political talk shows are now in progress. Bet on this: lots of post mortem analysis on what happened last week with the Trumpcare health bill. Make it simple: it was a bad program and it failed. Next.
But there’s more drama on the horizon. The Russian hacking/collusion investigation is on-going. It’ll be interesting to see how it plays out, although the diversionary tacts are already at high frequency, with certain people in Congress advancing the idea that “unmasking” is a more important issue than illegal collusion with an adversarial foreign power. Don’t get confused: it’s not.
Great games in the NCAA yesterday. Oregon took down perennial tournament favorite Kansas to earn their first trip to the Final Door. Gonzaga also won it’s first trip, beating Xavier. Today, North Carolina goes against Kentucky and South Carolina takes on Florida for the two final spots. Anyone notice that three SEC teams are still in it? Hmm. How’s your bracket?
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