June 1, 2016

News Notes

According to the O2 Mobile Life Report, fewer than 5 percent of survey respondents between the ages of 18 and 24 would be OK with having a close friend accessing their smartphone. Twice as many say they would allow a friend to share their toothbrush. 

Hillary Clinton hasn't held a news conference in 2016

A new survey of Fortune 500 CEOs finds that 58% said they would support Hillary Clinton for president while 42% prefer Donald Trump.

The North Korean state media outlet DPRK Today has welcomed Trump’s “far-sighted” policies and urged US voters to reject “dull” Hillary. “There are many positive aspects to Trump’s ‘inflammatory policies’,” wrote Han Yong-mook, described as a Chinese North Korean scholar.

Veterans should really thank the Washington Post for all those wonderful gifts

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