Today’s quote: “He who is not courageous enough to take risks will accomplish nothing in life”.- Muhammad Ali
President: Today President Obama greets Super Bowl 50 Champions Denver Broncos at White House in honor of their victory.
Election 2016: It is expected that President Obama will give his full endorsement to the Democratic front-runner, Hillary Clinton. Although the President’s formal endorsement is long overdue, it will most likely secure the delegates for Clinton’s nomination.
Economy: Federal Reserve chairwoman Janet Yellen calls Friday’s job report (38,000 jobs added to U.S. economy during May) “concerning” yet policymakers still plan on increasing interest rates.
House of Reps: House Republicans launch “better.gop” website that focus on six of the following areas; healthcare, poverty, nation security, tax reform, investment, innovation, and the constitution. The purpose of “A Better Way” is to show conservative policies they would implement if they win the White House.
World: Venezuela’s President Nicolas Maduro, endorses Sanders for president. Maduro also believes that Sen. Sanders would go straight to the white house if the U.S has fair elections.
Science/Tech/Health: Airbnb will now start recruiting minorities in computer science and data science; areas that often lack diversity in tech companies.
Entertainment: In a spontaneous moment, Kanye West decided to have a pop-up concert in the middle of the streets of Manhattan. However, the night didn’t go as he expected; instead, it resulted in angry fans and full disappointment. Fans claim that the city’s officials were using pepper spray to get them to clear the streets. So much for being spontaneous.