The Top Stories You Need To Know Today

The Top Stories You Need To Know Today

Top Story Between all of the links posted on Twitter, Google+, Pinterest, and Facebook, it can sometimes be difficult to keep up with the most important stories in tech and business today. That’s why we’ve gathered the top stories of the day here in one convenient location, just so you don’t have to go searching yourself. Don’t miss out on any big news happening in your industry — check out our roundup of today’s top stories now!

Bill Cosby Sentenced

Bill Cosby was sentenced today to three-to-10 years in prison for drugging and sexually assaulting Andrea Constand in 2004. The sentence comes after a mistrial last year when a jury deadlocked on the case. Mr. Cosby has been convicted on three counts of aggravated indecent assault, each carrying a maximum 10-year sentence, as well as endangering the welfare of an incompetent person and tampering with evidence. It is unclear if he will be eligible for parole after serving his minimum sentence.

Voter Fraud Found in Key States

In a bombshell report by the New York Times, it was revealed that Hillary Clinton’s campaign lawyer Marc Elias hired a company in both Arizona and Colorado called Priorities PAC in order to hire people with the intention of having them commit voter fraud. The only problem is that these people are not legally registered voters. In order for someone to be able to vote, they must meet three requirements: (1) be at least 18 years old, (2) register no later than 29 days before an election, and (3) live at the address you are voting from for at least 10 days before an election. Elias told the Times that he never discussed this with Clinton and did not know about it until after it happened but many experts believe he’s being untruthful.

Trump Puts Military Options on the Table for Venezuela

In response to Maduro’s power grab, Trump has put military options on the table for Venezuela. We have many options for Venezuela, including a possible military option if necessary, Trump said in a news conference on Friday morning. We are all over the world and we have troops all over the world in places that are very far away. Venezuela is not very far away and the people are suffering, and they are dying.

Trump also cited President Obama’s decision not to act militarily against Syria as an example of why he will take care before deciding what course of action he will take with regard to Venezuela.

John McCain Announces Brain Cancer Recurrence

Senator John McCain (R-AZ) announced on Wednesday that he has been diagnosed with a recurrence of brain cancer. The Senator, who was diagnosed with brain cancer in July 2017, had surgery in July 2018 to remove a blood clot above his eye and radiation and chemotherapy treatments for the following three months. His doctors found that the tumor was associated with the blood clot.

McCain is currently recovering from this most recent treatment at his home near Sedona, Arizona. He plans on returning to Washington D.C. next week when Congress reconvenes.

United Airlines Offers $10,000 to Customers Who Volunteer Their Seats

Starting this week, United Airlines will offer up to $10,000 in travel vouchers for customers who volunteer their seats on overbooked flights. The new policy aims to reduce the chances of overbooking by giving passengers a guaranteed way to get home without being bumped. We know that our most loyal customers want to see an end to overbooking, United CEO Oscar Munoz said in a statement. We felt this was the best approach.


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-Soda tax will be applied in Philadelphia starting January 1st.

-A New York City police officer and two others were killed by a man who acted out of anger over recent police shootings.

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