United States, Rob White, Chicago discussed on The Sean Hannity Show


The news at four thirty one president trump today denied he wants to oust as secretary of state rex tillerson calling reports to that effect fake news as his top diplomat brushed off speculation that he has lost the confidence of the white house meanti michael flynn president trump's former national security advisor pleaded guilty today to lying to the fbi about his contacts with russia baltimore's police commissioner is asking the fbi to take over the investigation into the fatal shooting of a city homicide detective which happened on the eve of his scheduled testimony to a federal grand jury investigating alleged police corruption december first is world aids day in the baltimore city health department says civic and religious leaders are highlighting works in the community to fight the epidemic the health department says 13000 baltimore residents are living with hiv or aids former orioles catcher wellington casteel reportedly as agree to a two year contract with the chicago white sox the italian basketball team in northern ireland today and they beat lesao sixty seven to sixty fifty three degrees and baltimore rob white fruited six eighty wcbm news from the fox business network it was a wild day on wall street with the dow ending lower of a paring from three hundred point plus losses the dow closing down forty one points the nasdaq down twenty six and the sp 500 down twenty seven and construction spending surging one point four percent in october the best gain in five months with all major categories of building posting gains the commerce department says homebuilding was up four tenths of a percent would strengthen singlefamily construction offsetting a drop in an apartment building the postal regulatory commission is making moves to give the us postal service more freedom to raise stamp prices beyond the rate of inflation is proposing to allow the price of a first class stamp to go from forty nine cents up two percent above the rate of inflation the prospect of higher prices annoying the.

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