Monday, January 10, 2011

Daily Briefing, 1/10/2011

Hello again everyone, and we hope you had a great weekend...despite the Eagles loss.  Anyway, here is today's Daily Briefing.

More snow is on the way for tomorrow, though there are no predictions as of yet for the totals.  Good news for the Bethlehem Sands, which saw revenues increase in 2010, thanks in no small part to the addition of tables games.  If you drive much, you've likely seen this: gas prices have increased an average of nine cents over the past three weeks.

Here is the latest roundup on the ongoing tragedy in Tuscon.  Congresswoman Giffords is responding to simple commands and doctor's were cautiously optimistic about her changes for survival.  President Obama has called for a national moment of silence to honor the victims of those killed in the attacks on Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords.  Jared Lee Loughner has been formally charged with murder and attempted murder for the shootings.  Congresswoman Giffords.  Congressman Robert Brady (D-PA) is introducing legislation that would make it a crime to use words or images that could threaten violence against a federal official.  All legislation pending in the House of Representatives has been postponed this week.

That's it for now - have a great day, and we'll see you later.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Did you get to see 60 Minutes last night on the issue of PA State gambling results? Rendell was interviewed.

According to 60 Minutes Gambling addication intkae calls have trippled. Is that True?!