News You Can Use for January 17, 2016

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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.

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So without further ado, here’s the News you can Use for Tuesday, January 17, 2016.

President-elect Donald Trump’s pre-inauguration favorable ratings remain the lowest in modern history, but there’s no sign he’s letting that worry him.

Let’s be honest though, Donald Trump is doing great as President-elect which should give us hope for his time as President.

This isn’t the first time the Rep. John Lewis (D-GA) has made some outrageous and disgusting comments about his opponents.

Liberals could learn a lot about losing graciously from watching kids compete in the little league.

When it comes to deciding who will be the next Supreme Court justice, let’s not hold any grudges please.

CNN continues to try to distance themselves from their comrades at Buzzfeed but Buzzfeed isn’t ready to let CNN thrown them under the bus just yet.

The populist “far-right” candidate in the Netherlands, Geert Wilders, continues to build momentum in the public opinion polls leading up to the national election. His Party for Freedom (PVV) is likely to win a landslide plurality in the coming election, but they may not be able to cobble together a ruling government.

The Kremlin is counting the days to Donald Trump’s inauguration and still attacking Barack Obama every chance they get.

A Pro-life feminist group was removed from a “women’s march” because their pro-baby murder counterparts didn’t want them there.

Airbus says they will be releasing a prototype for a “flying car” before the end of the year!

RIP Gene Cernan.

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