A massive fire on I-85 in Atlanta has destroyed part of a bridge, leaving the city with a traffic nightmare for the indefinite future. Luckily, it appears nobody was injured.
Donald Trump attacked the conservative Freedom Caucus members of the House of Representatives. Those folks are pushing back, though mostly relatively gently given Trump's threats.
Here's Justin Amash from Michigan:
And Jim Jordan of Ohio:
Just what the White House doesn't need: Former National Security Advisor and Trump campaign key figure Gen. Michael Flynn now says he "has a story to tell" if he gets immunity from prosecution:
Of course, in 2016, Flynn and others said this:
We'll cover a few aspects of the discussion of the repeal of an Obama-era rule barring Internet Service Providers from sharing and selling the information it has about you, which obviously includes your web browsing history:
At 7:06 AM, we'll talk with Ted Kim, CEO of Private Internet Access, a Denver-based VPN service. We'll talk about what VPNs are, how they can benefit consumers, and what to look for if you subscribe to one.
At 7:36 AM, we'll be joined by Lynn Follansbee, the vice president for law and policy for USTelecom, the industry group for broadband providers.
Former Congressman Trey Radel had to resign during his first term in the House after being arrested for possession of cocaine. We'll talk with Trey about his life and experiences, and his new book, "Democrazy: A True Story of Weird Politics, Money, Madness, and Finger Food"
With the tie-breaking Senate vote of Vice President Mike Pence yesterday, Planned Parenthood is getting very close to losing federal funding as long as it provides abortions: