5 TOP STORIES
1- Host Obama town hall on Guns in America
2- Arab countries join in Arabia in cutting ties with Iran protest
First, one man's execution spurred sectarian protests and violence in the Middle East. Now, it appears to have sparked a serious diplomatic rift.
Saudi Arabia's foreign minister said Sunday that his country is severing ties with Iran. Iranian diplomats in Saudi Arabia have 48 hours to leave the country, Saudi Foreign Minister Adel al-Jubeir told reporters.
3- Justice Department investigates Blue Bell Creameries over listeria response
Blue Bell Creameries is under criminal investigation by the U.S. Department of Justice for its handling of the ice cream contamination linked to 10 reported cases of literiosis a U.S. official has confirmed to CNN. Three of those believed to be sickened by Blue Bell frozen treats died. Prosecutors are examining whether company executives committed wrongdoing in their handling of the outbreak.
4- Being there for single parents with cancer
She did all she could to help. After her friend passed away, Farley-Berens helped start a nonprofit dedicated to assisting others in similar circumstances . Moms has provided practical, financial and emotional support to more than 300 parents in the Phoenix area.
5 - Missing country singer country singer that went missing last month , found death
Country music singer Craig Strickland has been found dead more than a week after he went missing in a powerful winter storm, the Oklahoma Highway Patrol said Monday. Strickland, a 29-year-old vocalist in the country rock band Back road Anthem, was duck hunting with his friend Chase Morland late last month at Oklahoma's Kaw Lake as a fierce winter weather system was hitting central portions of the country, the band said.
haunting tweet December 26.
"In case we don't come back, @BackroadCRAIG and I are going right through Winter Storm Goliath to kill ducks in Oklahoma. #IntoTheStorm."
world war 3
Combined with its secrecy and seclusion, North Korea's us-against-the-world perspective and the fact it doesn't play by traditional rules makes it unpredictable at best and dangerous at worst. That's when U.S. forces used atomic bombs on the Japanese cities of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, ending World War II. Minuscule in power compared with H-bombs, the two blasts nonetheless killed about 200,000 people. Because in September 2015 North Korea warns the united states to use nuclear weapons any time and the have succeeded in that Hydrogen -bomb .