Sarah Sanders, Trump Administration, United States discussed on Coast to Coast AM with George Noory

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Just two hundred eighty nine dollars. Do it right for less start with Lowe's. Offer valid for six sixteen. US only. White House press secretary Sarah Sanders is stepping down and going home to Arkansas. Thank you so much. Mr President, truly an honor he's done an incredible job. We've been through a lot together and she's tough. But she's good. You know, you also have tough bed, right? She's tough. And she's good. She's great. President Trump encouraging centers to run for governor a plan to start industrial activity near a national treasure draws mixed reviews. A clash between environmentalists in the mining industry is looming. This is the Trump administration considers uranium mining near the Grand Canyon uranium in that area is considered the highest grade, the US a decision could be made next month in hinges on whether or not to force the defense and power industries to enact a twenty five percent purchasing quota on domestic uranium market prices have dropped the miners are struggling a moratorium on uranium mining around. The Kenyan has been in effect since two thousand twelve critics worry renewed efforts could contaminate groundwater and say it's an unnecessary threat to tourism. Kevin battle, Fox News popular travel website gets a hefty fine for making bookings in Cuba. We know that we had a levee breach that was north of here at the end of last week. There were reports of some levees leaking in and around the Little Rock area over the weekend. But the US army corps of engineers tells us that all of the levees are currently holding that is certainly welcome news for so many people in this region who are certainly on edge, especially with the forecast showing a whole lot more rain coming this week. Meantime as I was talking about that a popular website. That's Expedia getting a hefty fine for making bookings in Cuba. The Trump administration changing rules about doing business in Cuba, and better. Check your cereals of your children. The environmental working group says new analysis shows nearly two dozen popular children's cereals and other snacks contain a cancer, causing chemical from roundup weed killer. This is Fox News. Fan of the movies want the inside scoop from today's biggest.

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