Breaking News and Developing Stories – December 18, 2018

Tornado Strikes Port Orchard, Washington

A tornado has reportedly ripped through Port Orchard, Washington, tearing roofs off of houses and downing several trees – KOMO

No injuries have been reported at this time but arial footage shows widespread damage to the area.

GM to Lay off Over 700 Employees at 3 Detroit Plants

GM has announced that they will lay off over 700 employees across 3 plants in Detroit, Michigan, beginning February 18th – WXYZ-TV

Washington, D.C., City Council Passes Law to Make City 100% Clean Energy

The Washington, D.C., City Council has passed a law to make the city 100% electric energy by 2032 – The Hill

Judge Panel Dismisses Ethics complaints filed against Justice Brett Kavanaugh

A panel of judges from the 10th Circuit Court of Appeals have dismissed ethics complaints filed against Justice Brett Kavanaugh because the law they were filed under does not apply to the Supreme Court – The Hill

Gun Rights Group to Sue New Trump Administration Ban on Bump Stocks

Gun rights group Gun Owners of America says that they plan on suing the Trump Administration over their new bump stock ban, seeking a court order to block the ban – The Hill

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