Fusfoo News: February 12th

Red Wins Gold

Sometimes it's not hard to write a good headline. Red Gerard, a 17-year-old snowboarder from Colorado competing in his first Olympics, took the top spot in men’s slope style final for the U.S. Gerard's medal was the first gold for the United States in the PyeongChang 2018 games. The teenager set a record by becoming the youngest U.S. snowboarder ever to win an Olympic medal and, like many teenagers, was caught swearing on camera in his excitement.

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North and South Korea Summit?

Kim Jong-un extended an unusual olive branch to South Korean leader President Moon Jae-in, inviting him to visit the North for a summit meeting. The invite extended by Jong-un's sister, Kim Yo-jong, was greeted with both skepticism and optimism in the South, but is an indication of a slight warming of relations between the two rival governments. Tensions between the nations had been at an all time high because of the North's escalation in its nuclear weapons program. 

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More Memos?

President Trump refused to release the Democratic memo rebuttal to the Republican version which alleged FBI abuse of its surveillance authority. The President has sent it back to the House Intelligence Committee for redactions. The House Intelligence Committee voted unanimously to release the 10-page memo, but the White House has said that the Deputy Attorney General and FBI Director have identified portions of the Democratic memo that would raise national security issues if it was released publicly. The saga continues. 

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