News You Can Use for April 9, 2017

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We’ve gathered a short list of some of what we think are the most important headlines of the day and placed them all right here for you.

So without further ado, here’s the News you can Use for Sunday, April 9, 2017.

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Why yes, President Trump is totally on a roll.

How Mitch McConnell defeated the Democrats and won the battle to confirm Judge Neil Gorsuch to the Supreme Court.

The Trump administration’s attack on Syria sends an important message to North Korea, China, and Russia about the seriousness with which the Trump administration takes foreign policy.

While President Trump campaigned on being less involved with the rest of the world’s business… he’s turning out to be far more “adventuresome” than his predecessor. Yes, it’s impossible to square Trump’s campaign rhetoric with his decision to attack Syria this past week.

Russia has backed itself into a corner in Syria.

Assad’s use of chemical weapons puts Putin in an awkward situation: Trump or the Syrian Regime

Iraqi residents worry about rebuilding after ISIS is finally gone.

China’s banks are still in a world of trouble.

President Trump’s two most important aides, Steve Bannon and Jared Kushner, met on Saturday to “bury the hatchet” so as not to cause any unnecessary damage.

Harvard grad students were in total dismay after Donald Trump’s election victory; some of them even thought they were facing an “existential” crisis and felt filled with despair.

Fox News’ Bill O’Reilly is embroiled in another scandal and it has his viewers worried… but they haven’t stopped watching.

Is Arnold Schwarzenegger’s career finally finished? It sure seems like it might be.

The Governator is coming off a string of movie duds—including this weekend’s ‘Aftermath’—a failed ‘Celebrity Apprentice’ stint, and a feud with the president.

The New York Times is wondering if Mexico will get “half of its” territory back?

A new study finds that men’s looks matter more than women like to admit.

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