Trump notes Flynn lied to FBI, says his actions during transition were lawful

WASHINGTON/NEW YORK (Reuters) – U.S. President Donald Trump said on Saturday that actions by former national security adviser Michael Flynn during the presidential transition were lawful, and that he had had to fire him because Flynn had lied to the FBI and the vice president.

Charts For The Week Ahead

The volatile week in the stock market was followed by the overnight passage of the Trump tax bill. The sharp drop Friday on news of the Flynn guilty plea took the S&P 500 from up 0.11% to down 1.59% very quickly. Did this change the outlook from the weekly or daily A/D lines?

The GOP Has Become A Dangerous Cult

By all accounts, the members of the Heaven’s Gate cult were nice people who avoided harming others. They kept their sickness inside their ranks. By contrast, Republicans are forcing an entire country, and to a certain extent the world, to choke down their poisoned applesauce.

Google is working on a fix for a bug that’s causing Home Minis to crash at high volume

 It’s been a bugged-filled couple of months for Google’s hardware team. The list of issues hitting devices announced at the company’s Pixel 2 event in October just grew by another, as users have begun reporting Home Mini crashes when the smart speaker is played at maximum volume. Slashgear spotted a growing chorus of complaints on Google’s message board this week, and… Read More