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By: Neha Lobana U.S. President Donald Trump is getting ready to announce his nomination for the U.S. Supreme Court at 8 p.m. tonight. After the death of the late Justice Antonin Scalia, the Supreme Court has been evenly divided between both Democratic and Republican appointees. However, after tonight, Trump’s new justice, if confirmed, will restore
By: Tyler Bloomfield, Anna O’Brien, Brandon Choghri, Alanna Fairey and Hunter Crowther WASHINGTON — Hundreds of thousands marched for women’s rights in the U.S. capital on Saturday, voicing their concerns one day after Donald Trump was sworn in as president of the United States. Seas of demonstrators, in what was billed as the Women’s March on Washington, held signs and
By: Tyler Bloomfield, Anna O’Brien, Brandon Choghri, Alanna Fairey WASHINGTON — Donald Trump’s inaugural parade was delayed nearly an hour while police dealt with protestors on the streets of Washington. At the corner of 13th and K, tear gas, concussion grenades, pepper spray and flash bangs were used by police to disperse demonstrators. Pepper spray was also in the
By: Tyler Bloomfield, Anna O’Brien, Brandon Choghri and Alanna Fairey Humber News reporters are on the road to Washington, D.C. for the 2017 U.S. Presidential Inauguration. ALTOONA, PA — “Paula, table six, is that a sandwich?” Through the clanking dishes and the smell of fresh bacon, you can hear the workers of Tom and Joe’s diner in
By: Hunter Crowther Canadian businesses are adjusting to Donald Trump’s announcement the United States will withdraw from the Trans-Pacific Partnership trade agreement once he takes office. In a video released Monday night, the president-elect shared his priorities for when he succeeds President Barack Obama on Jan. 20. He called the TPP “a potential disaster” for the United States.
By: David Tuchman Black Friday this year may have a special twist, thanks to president-elect Donald Trump. A boycott of all products bearing Trumps name, called #GrabyourWallet, has hit major retailers such as Amazon, Nordstroms and Hudson’s Bay. In total, the list includes nearly 50 companies. Since the election, the boycott, which launched last month to