Tag Archives: Donald Trump

Belligerent man in a Trump hat kicked off flight as a crowd chanted, ‘Lock him up!’

Your morning briefing for Tuesday, May 23, 2017: Belligerent man in a Trump hat kicked off flight as a crowd chanted, ‘Lock him up!’; sea level rise has tripled since 1990; and police say a lone attacker killed 22 in Manchester

Video shows the terrifying moment a sea lion yanks a girl into the water

Your morning briefing for Monday, May 22, 2017: Video shows the terrifying moment a sea lion yanks a girl into the water, Kushner keeps most of his real estate but offers few clues about potential conflicts of interest, and Trump summons Muslim nations to confront ‘Islamic terror of all kinds’

New Hampshire lawmaker resigns amid charges of running misogynistic Reddit forum

Your morning briefing for Thursday, May 18, 2017: New Hampshire lawmaker resigns amid charges of running misogynistic Reddit forum, Soundgarden frontman Chris Cornell dies at 52, Democrats block bill to punish lying at Maine State House

A Trump impeachment is less likely than Democrats suggest

Your morning briefing for Wednesday, May 18, 2017: A Trump impeachment is less likely than Democrats suggest, Chelsea Manning to leave prison, and LePage threatens to ban nips if deposit is placed on them

Your sense of smell is more powerful than you might think

Your morning briefing for Friday, May 12, 2017: Your sense of smell is more powerful than you might think, hepatitis C cases in Maine spiking amid opioid crisis, Maine Democrat to take part in Trump’s voter fraud probe

Trump’s anger over Russia probe prompted him to fire FBI director

Your morning briefing for Thursday, May 11, 2017: LePage won’t oppose Angus King for U.S. Senate in 2018, FBI chief aimed to expand Russia probe before Trump fired him, brawl on a jet ended with a dogpile on a flight attendant

Trump says he’d be ‘honored’ to meet with North Korea’s Kim Jong Un

Your morning briefing for Tuesday, May 2, 2017: Trump says he’d be ‘honored’ to meet with North Korean dictator, LePage sues the Maine attorney general, and how one Maine student navigates life as a transgender athlete

Congress averts government shutdown after striking a late-night budget deal

Your morning briefing for Monday, May 1, 2017: Congress averts government shutdown after striking a late-night budget deal, a skeptical climate change column whips up a storm, and with ‘nothing’ left to do, Bangor’s urban renewal group may disband