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America Tonight Goes to Washington PDF Print E-mail
Written by Kate Delaney   
Tuesday, 17 March 2015 12:34

America Tonight goes to Washington D.C. for the King Vs. Burwell argument. Subsidies with ACA being challenged one of the biggest cases this year.




Last Updated ( Tuesday, 17 March 2015 13:11 )
Have a little Heart PDF Print E-mail
Written by Administrator   
Friday, 13 February 2015 00:50


I hate "forced' card days but I might make an exception this time around. It sure does feel like we could all use some love lately. Maybe you've been sniping at your neighbor for not clearing that mountain of snow. Perhaps the images of young American Kayla Mueller captured by the Islamic State in August of 2013 chocked you up learning about her death in an airstrike the other day.

The senseless death of TV journalist Bob Simon in a terrible car accident in Manhattan, he seemed so kind hearted and certainly knew how to tell a story. Another national treasure David Carr, a columnist for the New York Times suddenly dying at the age of 58 in the newsroom he loved. Maybe just for today we all need to have a little heart.

No Escaping Reality PDF Print E-mail
Written by Administrator   
Monday, 08 December 2014 14:19

You might have noticed that Samsung is pushing it's $200 headgear to create your own virtual reality this holiday. Boy, don't we all wish some days anyway that reality would disappear. Today, I'm sure that's exactly how the former Director of the CIA and NSA, Michael Hayden is feeling. He's predicting doom and gloom if some on the Senate Intelligence Committee get their way and release a graphic report on techniques used on suspected Al-Qaida detainees.

Hayden says the release will damage the United States' relationship with allies and risk the safety of overseas personnel. Hayden in several interviews maintains that the CIA did nothing illegal and the administration was always kept in the loop. I just watched Homeland last night, in that episode the Director of the CIA gave up the secret list of assets as CIA personnel were being killed in the Islamabad Embassy. Leaving us to wonder what will happen to the people on the list. Funny, today I am wondering the same thing only it's not a TV show. 

Democrats seeing Red PDF Print E-mail
Written by Kate Delaney   
Wednesday, 05 November 2014 04:30




 The Republicans Stampeded through election night snapping up the Majority in the Senate. Needing just 51, the Republicans now have 52 seats in the Senate and counting. As of this writing Alaska and Virginia are too close to call. Mitch McConnell will be the new majority leader after beating Democrat Alison Lundergan Grimes for his sixth term in the Senate representing Kentucky.

Joni Ernst is going to Washington as the first female Senator from Iowa. Democratic Senator Kay Hagan is ditched in North Carolina with a win for Republican Tom Tillis. Pick-ups for the GOP in Colorado, Arkansas, Montana and South Dakota helped this midterm become the biggest swing in the Midterms in the Senate since the Reagan years.

Who is now legally allowed to smoke Pot? Plus other ballot issues along with the House Republicans picking up 246 seats the largest majority since World War II. We break it all down tonight on ATN. Throw in your 2 cents at 855-266-5283.


Last Updated ( Monday, 08 December 2014 12:12 )
Ebola too Close to Home PDF Print E-mail
Written by Kate Delaney   
Sunday, 12 October 2014 14:35
How do you stop the largest Ebola epidemic in history? Right now scientists are working round the clock to develop something, anything using a variety of experimental drugs on patients. Hurry! At least 4,000 people have died and the World Health Organization confirms at least 8,300 cases of Ebola. Keep in mind the epidemic started in March.
Living in Dallas, Texas almost every conversation starts with something related to Ebola. Thomas Duncan who died last week brought Ebola with him to the city from Liberia. The West African nation is one of a handful of areas in the region where most of the deaths have occurred from this brutal virus.
We all know the story of Duncan's first trip to the Dallas hospital where he was sent home with a handful of antibiotics. What happened or what didn't happened is being investigated. Now the news today that a nurse treating Duncan with full protective gear as required by the CDC has tested positive for Ebola.
Just how far will this virus spread? Let's be honest anything diagnosed outside the hot zone of West Africa is worrisome. Yes, Duncan came from an Ebola plagued area and the virus incubated inside of him. Was he an anomaly? Most of us live thousands of miles away from the Ebola ravaged areas but tell that to the family of the nurse in Dallas or others still being monitored for signs of Ebola.
Last Updated ( Monday, 20 October 2014 00:50 )
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