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January 2017

EXCLUSIVE ONLY ON 360WISE NEWS – US MILITARY BOTCHES SOCIAL MEDIA FIGHT AGAINST EXTREMIST

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THE FIGHT AGAINST THE ISLAMIC STATE GROUP ISN’T ONLY BEING FOUGHT IN IRAQ AND SYRIA.

AT MACDILL AIR FORCE BASE IN TAMPA, LANGUAGE SPECIALISTS ARE SCOURING SOCIAL MEDIA LOOKING FOR POTENTIAL I.S. RECRUITS – AND TRYING TO STEER THEM AWAY FROM JOINING THE EXTREMIST GROUP.

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TODAY IN HISTORY FOR JANUARY 31ST US Launches First Satellite Into Orbit and More

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Highlights of Today in History: US launches first satellite into orbit; Libyan intelligence officer convicted of Pan Am 103 bombing; US Soldier executed for desertion during World War II; Norman Mailer born; Franz Schubert born.

January 31, 1958:

America enters the Space Age, successfully launching its first satellite into orbit: Explorer One.

It happens just months after the Soviet Union launches Sputnik — the very first satellite into orbit.

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Billboard Adds Pandora Streaming To Its Charts

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Data, exclusive to Billboard, will enhance the Hot 100 and other Billboard songs charts to reflect listening on the nation’s leading programmed music streaming service

NEW YORK, Jan. 30, 2017 /PRNewswire/360WiseNews — Billboard, the leading global destination for charts, news, business, lifestyle and innovations in music, and Pandora (NYSE: P), the go-to music source for fans and artists, today announced an exclusive agreement that will add influential Pandora streaming data to the Billboard Hot 100, the world’s preeminent songs chart. The Hot 100 ranks the week’s most popular songs across all genres, determined by a formula blending track sales, radio airplay and streaming, as measured by Nielsen Music.

In addition, Pandora will also impact various streaming-based charts, and Hot 100 formula-based genre rankings such as Hot Country Songs, Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs, Hot Latin Songs, Hot Rock Songs and Hot Dance/Electronic Songs, among others.

Pandora data will be incorporated into the Billboard charts and revealed on Billboard.com on Tuesday, January 31 (for charts dated February 11).

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Tony The Tiger® Introduces Fans To New Kellogg’s® Cinnamon Frosted Flakes™ In New York

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BATTLE CREEK, Mich., Jan. 27, 2017 /MassMediaHub/ — On January 27, 2017 Tony the Tiger® – Kellogg’s® Cinnamon Frosted Flakes‘™ biggest fan – stopped by Kellogg’s NYC cereal café to surprise and delight customers in celebration of the new Cinnamon Frosted Flakes which is now widely available at stores across the country. This is Tony’s first stop on his coast-to-coast road trip where he is traveling from New York to Chicago to Los Angeles to help unbox the delicious new flavor and encourage kids and adults everywhere to #LetYourGreatOut. To keep up with Tony on his road trip, follow him on Twitter @RealTonyTiger as he shares the gr-r-reat news of Cinnamon Frosted Flakes across the country.

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SOURCE Kellogg Company

CONTACT: Media Hotline, Kellogg Company, 269-961-3799, [email protected] OR Carly Paull-Baird, 312-240-2956, [email protected]

AMERICANS CONCERNED OVER FUTURE OF ‘OBAMACARE’

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(Jan. 27)

About half of Americans say they support the Affordable Care Act, according to a new AP-NORC poll, but many want it repealed and few want to keep the health care law in its current form. AP talked with people on both sides of the issue.

FOR DAVID ZOLTAN – A DIABETIC FROM CHICAGO – ACCESS TO THE AFFORDABLE CARE ACT has been a lifeline.

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TODAY IN HISTORY FOR JANUARY 26TH

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Highlights of Today in History: President Bill Clinton denies affair;first European settlers in Australia ; General Douglas MacArthur is born ;Wayne Gretzky born;musical ‘The Phantom of the Opera’ opens.

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DOOMSDAY APOLCALYPSE CLOCK MOVES FORWARD

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Washington 26 January 2017

The Doomsday Clock was moved 30 seconds closer to midnight on Thursday, as the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists said humanity is in its greatest peril in more than 50 years.

“The first has been the cavalier and reckless language used across the globe, especially in the United States during the presidential election and after, around nuclear weapons and nuclear threats. And the second is a growing disregard of scientific expertise, expertise that is needed when it comes to responding to pressing global challenges, including climate change.”

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RAW VIDEO | UK PM: ‘NOT AFRAID TO SPEAK FRANKLY’ TO TRUMP

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(Jan. 25)

 

Prime Minister Theresa May told the United Kingdom’s parliament she is not “afraid to speak frankly to a President of the United States,” ahead of her trip to Washington to meet new leader Donald Trump.

Speaking at Prime Minister’s Questions, May said she wants to represent the UK’s interests in the United States and to secure a trade deal that increases the volume of trade and increases growth and prosperity for her country.

She said her early visit to Washington, which comes just under a week since Trump’s inauguration, was a sign of “the strength of the special relationship between the United Kingdom and the United States of America”.

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TODAY IN HISTORY FOR JANUARY 25TH Charles Manson – Alicia Keys And More

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Wednesday, January 25, 2017

Highlights of Today in History: Iran-held hostages released, Charles Manson and followers convicted, Jackson settles molestation claims, Alicia Keys is born.

JANUARY 25TH 1981 – THE 52 AMERICANS HELD HOSTAGE BY IRAN FOR 444 DAYS ARRIVED HOME IN THE UNITED STATES REUNITING WITH THEIR FAMILIES AT LAST.

1971 – IN LOS ANGELES, CHARLES MANSON AND THREE OF HIS FEMALE FOLLOWERS ARE CONVICTED OF MURDER AND CONSPIRACY IN THE SLAYINGS OF ACTRESS SHARON TATE AND SIX OTHERS.

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OSCAR NOMINATIONS APPLAUDED FOR DIVERSITY

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African American Film Critics Association president Gil Robertson praises this year’s diverse Oscar nominations, but points out there’s more work to be done.

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