Tuesday, May 8, 2018

posted by Scott Fitzgerald - 

Whaaaaa??????  A bizarre scene unfolded on a Massachusetts highway this month.  A Massachusetts school bus driver says another driver pulled in front of him and forced him to stop in the center lane of a busy interstate, then jumped on the hood of his bus.  Joe Rizoli captured the entire episode on the Massachusetts Turnpike in Newton his bus’s dash cam.  Rizoli says the man asked why the bus windows were tinted dark and if any students were on board. There were none. Rizoli pointed out his dash cam and thinks that discouraged the man from escalating the situation. Rizoli eventually maneuvered around the car and drove away. State police say a 42-year-old Boston man has been issued a court summons on several charges, including disorderly conduct and negligent operation of a vehicle. His name wasn’t released.  See for yourself in today's "Video of the Day"

The strongest words yet on President Trump's pending decision on the Iran Nuclear deal.  French President Emmanuel Macron says Trump could start a war with his decision.  We dive into the story as the deadline nears for the President to announce a decision.  Also the U.K., the U.S. and other countries are warning about increased Russian Military activity.  What is the state of the Russian Military?  What is their strength and what is there weakness?

Hawaii's Kilauea volcano has now destroyed at least 26 homes and spewed lava hundreds of feet into the air, leaving evacuated residents unsure how long they might be displaced. Molten rock, toxic gas and steam have been bursting through openings in the ground created by the volcano.  Meanwhile, some of the more than 1,700 residents who have been evacuated were allowed to briefly return to gather medicine, pets, and other necessities.  ABC News' Marci Gonzalez is on the ground, a witness to this slow moving but devastating natural disaster, and has the latest overnight developments.

A central figure in the Iran-Contra scandal is about to assume the top spot at the National Rifle Association. Retired Marine Lt. Col. Oliver North worked for President Ronald Reagan’s National Security Council, but admitted to participating in a scheme to sell weapons to Iran in violation of a U-S embargo. The proceeds were to be used to arm rebels who were trying to bring down the Nicaraguan government.

A new poll shows James Comey is more trustworthy than President Trump. How does Giuliani play in to that? Did Kellyanne Conway do anything to dissuade the credibility crisis? Plus a federal Judge says that prosecutors in the Paul Manafort case only want prosecution or impeachment of Trump and don’t care about Manafort.  What is the President saying about that?

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