1130AM LRN News

The US Justice Department says they’ve reviewed the Mueller report, and say it’s conclusion is that there was no collusion between President Trump and the Russian government in the 2016 election. Minority Whip Steve Scalise celebrated the news, saying he’s glad the partisan witchunt is now over.
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Democratic political consultant Mary-Patricia Wray says the report may be a political win for the President, but it doesn’t clear him of all wrong doing, and doesn’t explain why the Russian government actively worked to make sure Hillary Clinton did not become the Commander in Chief.
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Democratic Party leaders are calling on the Justice Department to release the full and unedited version of the report, and make it available for public consumption.
The American Academy of Pediatrics and the American Heart Association have issued a joint policy statement calling for a collection of measures aimed at reducing the consumption of sugary drinks by kids. American Academy of Pediatrics spokesperson Dr. John Maa says the primary goal is to raise awareness about the amount of extra sugars in beverages.
Cut 3 (12) “…to children’s health.”
Data shows that children and teens 17% of their calories from added sugars.
The LSU men’s basketball team is one of the 16 teams still alive in the NCAA Tournament after a heart stopping 69-67 win over Maryland on Saturday in Jacksonville. LSU is 28-6 on the season and they will play Michigan State on Friday night in Washington D-C. The Tigers have won their fair share of close games this season and Benford credits the believe system that’s been installed in these players…
Cut 14 (12) “…win this game”