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President Obama vowed to retaliate against Russia for its attempts to undermine the U.S. election through cyber attacks. He said the U.S. will act “at a time and place of our own choosing,” adding that, ‘some of it may be explicit and publicized; some of it may not be.’ The allegations of Russian interference were raised during the presidential campaign — But the issue re-erupted last week after President Obama ordered an intelligence review of malicious cyber activity in the last three presidential elections.
Bad weather means major airlines will let you change travel plans without fees Heavy snow and blizzard conditions have prompted all four of the largest airlines — American, Delta, Southwest and United — to allow fliers to change Friday and Saturday travel plans without fees.
Mount Vernon Police officer shot was taken to Harboview Medical Center. Suspect in custody, officer remains hospitalized in serious but stable condition.
If you’re looking for something fun to do with your family . . .Victoria B.C.’s Butchart Gardens have outdone themselves with holiday decorations this year. . .It’s beautiful!
Fire at Woodland Park Zoo in Seattle– in a building that is not currently housing animals. There appears to be no injuries because of the fire—-but they are still looking in to the cause. The zoo canceled WildLights Thursday night.