It was quite the night for news.
President Obama was bidding us adieu after eight years in the Oval Office with an emotion farewell address in Chicago.
Meanwhile, the man who will be moving into the Oval Office in a week was fending off an explosive new report that suggests the Russians have some compromising information on him. Donald Trump is dismissing the reports as 'fakes news." Of course, he did so on his preferred method of communication, Twitter. The government of Vladimir Putin also is denying they have any such files.
As it turns out, Trump is scheduled to hold his first formal press conference in weeks today. That should be interesting.
Back here in Delco, the region got a jolt of good economic news yesterday.
It was just a few months ago when there was some concern about the future of SAP in Delaware County.
The world's largest software maker makes its North American headquarters right here in Newtown Square.
Yesterday they announced they will be adding jobs here in Delco - and making a huge economic commitment on the other side of the state as well.
SAP will add 150 new jobs in Newtown Square, while also building a new facility in Pittsburgh that will employ another 242 people.
Get all the details here.