Secretary of State Rex Tillerson is in Moscow today, where he is expected to meet with Russian officials on ending Syria’s long civil war — and the brutal reign of Syrian President Bashar Assad. Russian President Vladimir Putin may be more open to a deal after Assad’s alleged use of chemical weapons on a rebel-held village, which drew global condemnation as well as a U.S. missile strike in response. Yesterday, Rex Tillerson said Russia has to choose between aligning itself with the United States and other Western nations or Assad, Iran and the militant group Hezbollah.
Bill O’Reilly is taking a vacation from his Fox News Channel show amid sponsor defections triggered by harassment allegations.
A “little” is likely the key word there, but chocolate has made the latest list just released by Consumer Reports on health for the “Top 6 Foods That Keep You Young.” Chocolate works against things in the body that lead to aging everything from your appearance to your skin, and what’s underneath it.
White House press secretary Sean Spicer apologized yesterday afternoon after comments he made comparing Bashar al-Assad to Adolph Hitler. He said that even Hitler didn’t use chemical weapons. He later attempted to clarify his comments, but then apologized.
At least 50 people were rescued from flooding in San Marcos yesterday. There were also road closures and damage to homes.