President Obama will travel to Orlando today to pay his respects to victims’ families after the worst shooting in U.S. history. The president is making the trip to “stand in solidarity with the community as they embark on their recovery,’ the White House said. In his address earlier this week, the president called the attack on Pulse nightclub “an act of terror” and “an act of hate” that will never “change who we are or the values that make us Americans.”
Sen. Bernie Sanders will address his supporters via live video tonight, but what he will say is anyone’s guess. Sanders has said he plans to continue his insurgent presidential campaign through the Democratic convention in July, and an email announcing the video message said only, ‘The political revolution continues.’ Sanders has not conceded the Democratic nomination race even though Hillary Clinton has claimed victory after securing a majority of delegates.
The U.S. Open tees off. The course considered the toughest in the United States awaits the 156 golfers that start play today at the 116th U.S. Open
Videos games and Boys–Teenage boys are missing out on real-life adventures – as one in five say their most memorable experience has been during a video game. A poll of youngsters found half were afraid of trying new things, with a quarter saying they prefer spending time indoors over outdoors.
The body of that two year old boy who was taken by an alligator at a Disney resort in Orlando has been found after 17 hours of searching.
A 1000 room resort and water park is being planned for Round Rock. It would be on Highway 79 across from Dell Diamond. It would open in 2020.