Back from the dead.
The bulk of the news out of Washington this week has been about the Senate Republican's health care bill. They decided to draft it behind closed doors, involve no women and only allow a couple hours of deliberation. The bill is vastly unpopular amongst all Americans (including Republicans)and may threaten the health care of millions.
N. Korea & Russia
Tragic event but why are Americans even allowed to visit North Korea?
Hopefully the White House is taking note (doubtful).
Four parts of BuzzFeed investigation into questionable deaths, all linked to Russia, in Britain. It appears Putin's second favorite pastime behind interfering in elections is offing his opponents.
Brooks took the golf world by storm last week in Wisconsin. Pretty amazing performance for a guy who thinks golf is "boring".
LaVar's prophecy came true last night when his son was drafted by the Lakers. Hopefully that will be enough to shut him up and let Lonzo's play do the talking.
Quite the year for Uber. It seems that every month something else happens to the ride hailing start up. Now the company's founder has resigned, with rumors of him being forced out.
Crazy info-graphic of the week. Does Bezos ever do anything wrong? He even invested $1 mill. in Google in 1998. He just can't lose.
Big news out of what has become a boring Wall Street.
The Mixed Bag
If you haven't seen 'Moonlight' yet, I highly recommend it.
We've never had more & better options for going out to eat. But the restaurant business has hit a rough path. What's gone wrong?