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The Pope arrives in the United States. He will be greeted by president and Michelle Obama, and Vice President Biden. DC area residents are bracing for some crazy traffic.
After a suspension, demotion and pay cut, Brian Williams returns to TV news. The former anchor for NBC Nightly News will serve as live breaking news anchor for MSNBC during the cable network’s coverage of Pope Francis’ D.C., New York and Philadelphia stops. He was suspended in February after he was challenged on social media about a statement he made about his reporting tour in Iraq in 2003.
Peanut exec in salmonella case gets 28 years.–A federal judge in Georgia sentenced the 61-year-old former head of Peanut Corporation of America to 28 years behind bars, imposing potentially the toughest punishment ever for a producer in a food-borne illness case.
The president of China is coming to Seattle today and it’s going to cause three days of rough traffic. He arrives at Paine Field in Everett at 9:30.