Apparently this guy isn't a fan of President Trump...so much so he did this and it has neighbors upset. See for yourself in today's "Video of the Day"
A business that violates federal law could have an easier time avoiding the harshest penalties under the Trump administration. What is Trump doing differently than Obama? What does that mean for employees? NBC News Radio’s Michael Bower will take a look at what is happening and why.
A new survey from the Center for Injury and Research at Nationwide Children's Hospital finds that 38% of teen drivers say they text while driving. South Dakota reported the highest rate of the dangerous practice, with 64% of high school students admitting to texting while behind the wheel at least once within the past thirty days. Researchers say the states most susceptible to such risky driving practices are mostly rural, with a high percentage of high school student drivers. They also cited states that allowed teens to get their learners permit before age 15. In addition, teens who didn’t wear seat belts were more than five times more likely to text while driving. Distracted driving has been shown to increase the risk of a crash up to nine times. Maryland reported the least amount of teens who said they texted while driving.
For the first time, Netflix has begun automatically playing ads between episodes of certain shows on its platform, sparking complaints from users. The new ads highlight Netflix’s original programming, and are played between shows like Shameless, Frasier, and Parks and Recreation. In a statement, the company said they are “testing whether surfacing recommendations between episodes helps members discover stories they will enjoy faster.” Netflix also noted that users have the option to skip the ads. In the past, the popular streaming service has automatically started playing the next episode of a show within seconds of the previous episode finishing, in an effort to keep viewers watching.
It's been one year since President Trump announced a new strategy for Afghanistan. Has it worked? Could U.S. Afghanistan policy change again? Meanwhile the administration is gearing up for yet another round of trade talks with China this week. Is there a chance of an agreement, or will the trade spat escalate even more?