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Jim Sharpe and Jayme West
PHOENIX — Arizona’s Morning News will soon have two new voices: Longtime news personality Jim Sharpe and award-winning anchor Jayme West are taking over KTAR News’ popular program next month.
The duo will replace Arizona Hall of Fame broadcaster Ned Foster, who is retiring after nearly 27 years, and Connie Weber, who recently left her post as Arizona’s Morning News co-anchor following a successful decade-long run.
Jim and Jayme begin their new roles on Nov. 30. (more…)
Last week, we interviewed WhachulaGhost from #GhostSec (Ghost Security) on America Continues about how his group works to shutdown websites that are related to ISIS – and how their friends and colleagues at #CtrlSec (Control Security) do the same to ISIS-related social media accounts.
Well, now it would appear that some super-swell terrorist dudes took notice!
As as the good guy hackers at #GhostSec would say, “LULZ!” (more…)
Two of Vermont’s most prominent Democrats will campaign for Hillary Clinton this week, sending a clear message to fellow Vermonter Bernie Sanders as he gains on Clinton in the race for the Democratic nomination but struggles to win support from Democratic leaders.
Gov. Peter Shumlin will appear with Clinton in New Hampshire Thursday at an event on opiate addiction, though it’s not his first time campaigning for Clinton since endorsing her in May. The bigger prize for the Democratic front-runner will come Saturday, when former Gov. Howard Dean will speak on Clinton’s behalf to 3,000 Massachusetts Democrats at the state party’s annual convention in Springfield.
Dean endorsed Clinton in December, snubbing Sanders, who is currently mounting an insurgent presidential bid similar to one Dean ran 11 years ago. And Dean appears to be stepping up his work for the former secretary of state’s campaign as the threat from Sanders becomes more real.