Published on May 3rd, 2017 | by WBCR News Team0
WBCR NEWS 5.3.17
In world news, the tabloids of Britain are still frighteningly powerful even after the Brexit referendum; and at least 3 dozen people, including children, were killed by an ISIS attack at a refugee camp.
In national news, President Trump claims to have achieved a major accomplishment: saving the Senate filibuster; and former Acting Attorney General Sally Yates will testify before Congress next Monday on former National Security Advisor Michael Flynn.
And in local news, it’s been three years since a federal judge ruled the NYPD’s stop-and-frisk policy unconstitutional; and President Trump told Fox News in an interview that he avoids visiting New York because “it is too expensive” for the country.
Produced, written, and edited by: Mesha Green and Tanesha Thorpe.