Alcohol tax hike linked to fewer drunk driving crashes

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Alternative fact of the week: The bus stops here

Week Four turned out to be a rough one for President Donald Trump and his staff. From the resignation of a national security adviser to the withdrawal of a cabinet nominee — not to mention the real possibility that Mike Flynn's interactions with the Russian ambassador may prove to be just the start of a major, if slowly unraveling and perhaps broadening, scandal that appears headed toward a major congressional investigation. So naturally, much of The Donald's ire was directed at the press and the intelligence community for daring to disclose that there was a not-so-secret effort to play footsie with Vladimir Putin over economic sanctions imposed after the taking of Crimea.