TRNS News Notes By Victoria Jones
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● Whale supporters cited for contempt
● Bogus gift returns are $10.9 billion fraud
● Traffic fatalities were down in 2013
● 21.8 million are on public payrolls
● FOIA suit seeks Bergdahl documents
● U.S. made money on auto bailout
New E.U. sanctions against Crimea go into effect, Liberia holds elections and President Obama hits the Sunday morning talk show circuit.
President Obama disagrees with Sony’s decision to scrap release of “The Interview,” and Ban Ki-moon surveys Ebola-affected West Africa.
“There is very little impact, nominal impact, on U.S. gas prices, what the average American consumer cares about,” Obama said.
“We cannot have a society in which some dictator some place can impose censorship here in the United States,” Obama said.
Wounded Warrior Project CEO Steve Nardizzi is interviewed by TRNS.