News You Can Use for January 5, 2018

The league itself is in serious jeopardy after an abysmal 2017 season.

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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 Friday, January 5, 2018.

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In an important moment the Virginia GOP was able to hold on to their lead in the House by winning an election, after drawing lots.

Can the Trump deregulatory boom save the GOP come the 2018 midterms? Probably.

There have been many victories in the first year of the Trump era, but one of his biggest successes may be happening in year 2. Experts say that the United States is on the cusp of becoming an “energy superpower” and could soon be energy independent.

The President could hasten that victory by opening up the waters off our shores to oil exploration and drilling. Which he seems ready to do.

Leftwing New England was focused on using just renewable energy… but then winter rolled around and people realized that renewables just don’t work.

Fusion GPS, the New York Times, the Democrat Party, and the intelligence community are all doing their very best to run away from the Steele Dossier (or the Trump Dossier) as fast as they can.

Ouch. The NFL’s television ratings dropped by almost 10% in 2017.

NFL television ratings fell 9.7 percent during the 2017 regular season, according to numbers registered by Nielsen.

A typical game was watched by 1.6 million fewer people this season as compared to last season (14.9 million versus 16.5 million).

The drop comes after the NFL had hoped to stem an 8 percent ratings slide from last season by experimenting with the format for television commercials and trying to speed up the game.

North Korea launched a new “and improved” missile a few months ago, but what happened next was surprising… they accidentally blew up one of their own cities.

How did the Donald Trump-Steve Bannon alliance go so wrong, so quickly?

Ann Coulter wonders if Trump and Bannon have both forgotten how they won the 2016 election?

The most ridiculously PC moments of 2017.

ISIS just declared war on their terrorist rival Hamas with an ugly video execution of a prisoner. 🇺🇸

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