Judy Garland’s remains have been moved from a New York mausoleum and transferred to a celebrity cemetery in Hollywood, according to reports. The transfer was made at the behest of the “Wizard of Oz” star’s daughter Liza Minnelli, because there isn’t enough space at Ferncliff Cemetery in Greenburgh for her children and grandchildren to be buried alongside […]
'Can you hear me?' phone scam spreading across the country
If you heard that question on the phone, you'd probably answer “Yes,” even if you didn't know who was on the line. However, that could cost you big time. People in the Tampa area are getting calls that appear to be a scam. The caller, which is really a …
'Can you hear me?' Don't answer that!Austin American-Statesman
Officials Warn of New "Can You Hear Me Now" Phone ScamNBC 6 South Florida
Beware new "can you hear me" scamCBS News
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Jan 28 (Reuters) – Toshiba Corp Chairman Shigenori
Shiga is ready to step down to take responsibility for the huge
write-downs looming over the Japanese group’s U.S. nuclear power
unit Westinghouse Electric Co LLC, the Nikkei business daily
Students Sound Alarm and Avert Florida School Massacre
A potential tragedy at a central Florida charter school was averted when students sounded the alarm that two of their classmates were planning to "shoot up the school on Friday." The whistleblowers alerted authorities that the accused teenagers had …
2 Teens Arrested After Planning Mass Shooting at Florida Middle School, Police SayABC News
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Commentary: A large amount of pot was apparently delivered to the wrong address.
Jan 27 (Reuters) – American Airlines Group Inc shares plunged on Friday after the company’s release of its
fourth-quarter and full-year 2016 results, as mounting costs and
growing wage pressures spooked investors.
* Blue Bird Corp’s CEO Phil Horlock’s total compensation in
2016 $2.3 million versus $5.9 million in 2015 – SEC filing Source text (http://bit.ly/2jdKPFU)
Further company coverage:
The anti-media sentiments from Steve Bannon expressed in an interview he gave to The New York Times spurred hours of conversations and a swarm of tweets on Thursday.
Media talks, loudly, about Steve Bannon's call to "shut up"
The anti-media sentiments from President Trump's chief strategist, which he discussed in an interview with the New York Times in which he also called the press "the opposition party," spurred hours of conversations and a swarm of tweets on Thursday.
Steve Bannon's War on the PressThe New Yorker
Why the Trump Team sees the media as the oppositionThe Hill (blog)
Is the White House treating the press unfairly?NJ.com
USA TODAY –TheBlaze.com –Townhall –Business Insider
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