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President Trump, Vice President Pence and British Prime Minister Theresa May will address congressional Republicans today at the three-day GOP strategy retreat in Philadelphia. The lawmakers planned to address an aggressive legislative agenda that includes repealing and replacing Obamacare, overhauling the tax system and figuring out a way to pay for Trump’s border wallwall.
McDonald’s to give away 10,000 bottles of special sauce—The giveaway The move is to celebrate the introduction of the Mac Jr. and the Grand Mac, two different-sized variations of the classic sandwich. AP News
President Trump said in an interview that he is planning to sign an executive order that would suspend immigration from some Muslim majority countries. But rather than focusing on the Muslim religion specifically, this ban would be on countries that are believed to contain significant terror threats.
If you missed it yesterday, Mary Tyler Moore has died. She is best known for playing Laura Petry on the Dick Van Dyke Show and Mary Richards on the Mary Tyler Moore show. In that role she was the first single working woman on a sitcom. Dick Van Dyke tweeted “she was the BEST! We always said we changed each other’s lives for the better. CBS is planning a special on her life and legacy tonight at 9PT/8CT.
LYNNWOOD FIRE – part of the structure collapsed under the intense heat and flames. Another wall has colllapsed this morning on the site of the Lynnwood Fire, near 19800 Scriber Lake Road. People asked to stay clear of the area. Crews say two firefighters have been injured while battling the massive blaze.
A man who interrupted a car prowl was run over and killed Wednesday afternoon at Beaver Lake Park. The man that had his life taken during confrontation at Beaver Lake Park in Sammamish was the son of a Seattle Police officer.
Seattle is the 9th worst city to own a car. A study says Seattlites spend 63 hours a year in traffic and that Seattle has the 4th highest of vehicle theft in the country.