The Hottest Stories on the Internet Today (Wednesday January 25)

January 25, 2017

Here are some of the stories making news today.

Uhuru Steps Out With Another Sh2 Million Wrist Watch (PHOTOS)

“Joke of The Year”-Mike Sonko Dismisses Reports of Agreeing to be Peter Kenneth’s Running Mate

Mutahi Ngunyi Dismisses Fake Screenshot, Reiterates That Raila Will Never Be President

Trump gets to work for his blue-collar base

Why moving the US embassy to Jerusalem controversial

Trump reverses abortion policy for aid to NGOs

Oscar nominations 2017: ‘La La Land’ dominates

Federer cruises into Australian Open semis

Trump talks replacing Obamacare, broader agenda with Hill leaders

The one photo that shows exactly why women are fighting Trump

Oscar nominees: Here’s the full list

J.K. Rowling fights back as Donald Trump reinstates anti-abortion policy

Xiaomi sold quarter of a million smartphones in just 10 minutes in this country

This app will tell you when a pregnant woman needs a subway seat

#SadMelania is the new mascot for Trump’s America, the internet says

YouTube is removing North Korean content and no one knows why

Mark Zuckerberg’s charity just bought a search engine for research papers

Trump Tells Congressional Leaders Millions Of ‘Illegals’ Cost Him Popular Vote

Jimmy Kimmel Shares Some ‘Alternative Facts’ About Himself

Donald Trump Signs Anti-Abortion Executive Order Surrounded By Men

There’s no evidence that Trump’s inauguration was the most-watched in history. Period.

Minnesota Gov Collapses During State-Of-The-State Address

Trump just got his first approval rating as president – and it’s not good

Obama quietly sent $221 million to the Palestinian Authority hours before leaving office

Israel has announced that it will build 2,500 more settlement homes in the West Bank

Donald Trump’s swearing-in went perfectly – things didn’t go so well for Obama in 2009

The 25 best jobs in America right now

The meteoric rise of Google CEO Sundar Pichai, in photos

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