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*Cold but sunny today the high is 37, don't worry it's back in the 50s tomorrow, welcome to St. Louis
The Cardinals are changing up Busch Stadium, they've started construction on a new area that will have bars and open spaces similar Coors Field in Denver and Petco Park in San Diego.
Dozens of malls in the U.S. are changing hands as part of a mega real estate takeover.Westfield, the Australian firm that operates 33 malls across the United States, is being bought by Unibail-Rodamco, a European property investment firm based in France.“The industry is combating Amazon by reducing costs through mergers.
*Former St. Louis Rams running back Marshall Faulk has been accused of sexual harassment by a coworker. The NFL Network suspended him and reports say several other retired players & studio analysts have have also been suspended. Faulks allegations were made by a wardrobe stylist.
Feds Block Texas Terrorist Plot-
Federal authorities are accusing an 18-year-old Houston man of supporting ISIS in a plot to commit terrorist acts in the United States.
Kaan Damlarkaya, an American-born citizen, is charged with illegally distributing bomb-making instructions and trying to provide material support to ISIS. Damlarkaya spoke online to undercover FBI agents starting in August. He was arrested Friday and has a court hearing later this week.
Other details about the suspect include that he provided the undercover agent with how-to instructions on building an AK-47 and how to use a machete.
The suspect is the third resident of the Houston area to be arrested for supporting ISIS in recent years.
Source: ABC News
President Trump Inks New Plans For Space Program-
President Trump wants the U.S. to go back to the moon and then to Mars.
Trump signed his first space policy directive at the White House yesterday. He said it is time to start dreaming big again. The directive instructs NASA to start making plans for a resumption of manned treks to the moon and a new mission to Mars.
It has been 45 years since the last crewed U.S. mission on the moon. The President said he wants the U.S. to be the driving force for the space industry. He called the space directive very exciting and said it will create jobs.
Some retired astronauts joined the president for the announcement.
*With the Alabama U.S. Senate race going down to the wire, both candidates pulled out the big guns for a final push on Monday before Tuesday's vote.
More than $41 million has been spent on the special election that pits Republican Roy Moore against Democrat Doug Jones. Moore has already been endorsed by Donald Trump, who recorded robo-calls for the candidate. The Democrats countered with former president Barack Obama and former veep Joe Bidenrecording robo-calls for Jones.
In their final rallies, Moore pulled in ex-White House adviser Steve Bannon, while former NBA star Charles Barkley came out in support of Jones.
Bannon said, "They tried to destroy Donald Trump, and they're trying to destroy Roy Moore. There's no bottom to how low they'll go," in reference to allegations that Moore acted sexually inappropriate with several teenage girls when he was in his 30s.
Barkley appeared at a campaign rally for Jones in Birmingham with actress Alyssa Milano and others. (The Washington Post)
*The Blues play Tampa Bay tonight at 7pm