A new year brings with it the arrival of the New Year’s Day and the start of the new business year.
But in this article, we’re taking a look at the trends and personalities that will help shape the year ahead.
The first thing to know about this year is that, unlike last year, there is a lot more to watch this year.
For one, there are two more big events in the month of January, one that’s centered on the NFL (Super Bowl XLIX) and the other is the inauguration of President Donald Trump.
For those of you not familiar with the NFL, it’s a major league football league in the United States that was founded in 1934 and has played in 12 cities across the country for nearly three decades.
The NFL has been around for about 130 years.
And it’s only been around since 2002, but its popularity has increased every year.
It’s the Super Bowl that’s going to be the biggest and most watched event of the year, with more than a million people expected to attend the event.
That will mark the first time since 2001 that the NFL will hold the event on New Years Eve.
But this year, the NFL is hoping that the big day will become a kind of celebration of the US.
Trump is expected to address the NFL’s owners and players, and he’ll be joined by some of his closest advisers, including Kellyanne Conway, Steve Bannon, and Anthony Scaramucci.
There will be some of the usual party music from the likes of The Roots and Big Boi, and there will also be plenty of entertainment to entertain the masses.
While it’s important to remember that this year’s New Year will be a time of reflection, we’ll also be watching for the likes or dislikes of certain individuals.
So, in this list, we’ve included those who have been the most divisive or who we think are the most influential.
There’s plenty of other things to look out for this year and the next as well, so stay tuned.
Here are our predictions for the New Years Eve festivities:1.
Trump will say that he is the president of the United State and the day will be inaugurated.
That statement will be greeted with cheers and applause from the people who make up the American public.
That’s a huge change for the American people who have grown accustomed to the president being the center of attention and making announcements.
In a new and somewhat chaotic year, that could lead to some big changes in the way the US looks and feels about itself.
It will also help Trump’s campaign to win over voters, as he has a lot of voters who feel like they’ve been forgotten.
Donald Trump Jr. will be interviewed by the ABC news anchor Martha Raddatz and will talk about the 2016 election.
The show will be broadcast on February 20, 2017 at 8:00 PM ET.
This is a big moment for the Trump campaign.
This is a moment that the president will be willing to share the contents of the hacked emails that were leaked on Wikileaks.
The emails show that Trump campaign officials were in touch with Russian operatives to influence the election in favor of Hillary Clinton.
Trump Jr. said that he believed that the emails were not stolen by hackers.
Trump Jr., who will be questioned by the network, did not mention Wikileaks by name, but he did talk about it.
He said that the Russians had obtained the emails and that he believes they have them in their possession, although he was unable to provide further evidence.
Trump has been accused of lying to Congress about his interactions with Russian officials, and in a statement he denied it. 3.
The New York Times will run an article about Donald Trump’s transition team.
I don’t know what you want to call it, but it’s something that I’m interested in and I think it’s very important that people understand that we are going to transition a president into a commander in chief.
That is a very important transition for a new administration.
I think people understand this is not a normal transition, that it’s not something that is going to happen overnight, that the President is going through a very serious transition.
The Supreme Court will hear oral arguments in Fisher v.
On January 27, the Supreme Court is set to hear oral argument in Fisher, a case that challenges the constitutionality of Texas’ law requiring people seeking a marriage license to provide their Social Security number.
Some states have taken a harder line than Texas on this issue.
Texas is one of a handful of states that require people seeking marriage licenses to provide the state’s social security number.
A key question for the court is whether the law violates the 14th Amendment, which guarantees equal protection under the law.
The question is whether that right is violated when a state requires its citizens to provide information about their Social Social Security numbers in order to