Month: August 2017

V.P Pence Trims Time From His Latin America Trip

Vice President MiKe Pence is cutting short his trip to Latin America so he can join the president at a meeting on South Asia strategy. The White House announced Wednesday that Pence would be traveling to Camp David with the president on Friday to meet with the White House national security team. Pence had originally

Rowdy town hall crowd hits sen. gardner over health care issues

GREELEY – U.S. Sen. Gardner took the stage at the second of three town halls Tuesday to a mixture of cheers and boos and, despite efforts by his aides to encourage attendees to ask a wider variety of questions, faced many inquiries on health care. They centered on his lack of support for single-payer care,

Sierra Leone mudslide kills hundreds as houses are buried

At least 179 people have been killed in a mudslide near Sierra Leone’s capital, Freetown, the Red Cross says. A hillside in the Regent area collapsed early on Monday following heavy rains, leaving many houses covered in mud. A  reporter at the scene says many people may have been asleep when the mudslide occurred. Sierra