Trump shits over the dinner of the White House correspondents … again

President Trump will not go to the White House correspondents' dinner on Saturday because he says, the press is "so wrong". He will, however, be in Washington – Washington, Michigan, where he is organizing a campaign event. This is the second year that Trump is boycotting the annual Black Tie Dinner, which has been attended by every president for 37 years every year. The last president to be skipped was Ronald Reagan, who had recovered from an attack in 1981.

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Clean your medicine cabinets on behalf of public health

Saturday is National Prescription Drug Take Back Day, a great day to her To rid the house of all unused recipes that you may have sat around. A 2015 survey on drug use and health found that 6.4 million Americans abused controlled prescription drugs, according to the US Drug Agency. The study found that most of the abused prescription drugs were sourced from family and friends, often from drug cabinets. Visit takebackday.dea.gov for more information about the dangers of unused prescription drugs and to find a collection point in your area. You should also read: Seven Days Heroin from the Cincinnati Enquirer the beginning of this month won a Pulitzer Prize.

After a Long Journey, Central American Migrants Face Difficult Decisions

Around 300 Central American migrants fleeing crime and violence on the ground will decide on Sunday to join the Customs and Border Guard of the US military in San Ysidro Applying For Asylum in the US The migrants who traveled more than 2,500 miles in a caravan that caught President Trump's attention must weigh the risk of a successful interview with a credible fears, the first hurdle of receiving asylum. Those who can not establish a credible fear of persecution or torture when returning to their homeland are likely to be sent to a detention center and then quickly deported. With this in mind, some are still deciding what to do when meeting immigration lawyers who have come for legal advice.

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Are you a diehard sports fan? Then you're in luck …

Because this weekend will be filled with high-end sports drama. In the NBA, the Boston Celtics host the Milwaukee Bucks on Saturday in a win-a-long game 7. The next day, the Cavs face the Indiana Pacers, which could be LeBron James' last game in Cleveland. In the NHL, the Las Vegas Golden Knights hopes to continue their historic undefeated playoff series as the Washington Capitals try to retreat from another "kick in the stomach" after losing to the Pittsburgh Penguins. And finally, the NFL design ends on Saturday with rounds 4-7. There is still plenty of talent on the board – including Shaquem Griffin, one of the design's most inspiring figures.

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& # 39; Simpsons & # 39; makes television history

Leave it The Simpsons & # 39; Homeric momentum. As Fox's animated classic reaches another TV milestone, most episodes of a scripted prime-time series, it connects directly to Gunsmoke the show, which he surpasses with the 636th episode on Sunday (Fox, 8 ET / PT). In an Exclusive Interview Simpsons creator Matt Groening spoke with USA TODAY about the imminent milestone, an early sign of The Simpsons & # 39; Exceptionality, Criticism of convenience store operator Apu Nahasapeemapetilon as an Indian stereotype and whether an end date is in sight. Oh, and he told us his favorite character was Lisa.

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