The White House is denying a story from the Washington Post that claims that President Trump shared classified information with members of the Russian government last week. The report claims that the president shared information on an Islamic State terrorist to the Russian foreign minister and the ambassador. National Security Advisor HR McMaster denied the allegations, saying “I was in the room. It didn’t happen.”
ABC is expected to announce details today of its plans for its reboot of American Idol
New York eyes ‘textalyzer’ to combat distracted driving—Police at crash scenes could immediately examine drivers’ cellphones with a device to determine if they’d been tapping, swiping or clicking.
A Healthy teen lost his life from heart problems after drinking too much caffeine— 16-year-old, Davis Cripe, drank a large Mountain Dew, a latte from McDonald’s and an energy drink in two hours. The teenager had no pre-existing heart condition.
Texas is one decision away from a statewide texting and driving ban– Supporters of a statewide ban on texting and driving say they have the votes to pass. A $99 fine for the first offense of texting and driving.
Families trying to come up with plan B as UT commencement could be rained out– The university has a new text system to communicate any information or changes to the 2017 Commencement. To sign up for the alerts visit their website here.