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    Pine Bluff shooting: One student hurt at Arkansas school Hollywood is slowly working to rectify decades of Muslim misrepresentation (Reuters) - Manchester City are on a 20-game winning streak in all competitions but manager Pep Guardiola has dismissed suggestions that his club are the best in Europe. © Reuters/ANDREAS GEBERT Bundesliga - Bayern Munich v FC Cologne David Moyes anointed Guardiola's team as the continent's most dominant force after watching his West Ham side lose 2-1 at the Etihad Stadium on Saturday. The result allowed City to open up a 12-point gap at the top of the Premier League but Guardiola said it was Champions League holders Bayern Munich and reigning English champions Liverpool who were still the continent's two leading sides. "The crown, if you want to take it, you have to win. In March, nobody is champions," Guardiola told a news conference on Monday. "The best team...
    Ben Bonnema (pictured) said he was fired from a Trader Joe's location in New York City after he sent a letter to the grocery chain's CEO demanding stricter mask requirements for customers Trader Joe's has been threatened with a boycott after an employee revealed he was fired for sending a letter to the grocery chain's CEO demanding stricter mask requirements for customers.   Ben Bonnema shared his story in a Twitter thread on Friday, claiming that he was sacked from a Trader Joe's location on New York City's Upper West Side because he doesn't 'share the company's values'.    Bonnema posted a photo of the letter he sent CEO Dan Bane, in which he recommended five changes to improve safety amid the pandemic, including implementing a 'three strike policy' to ban customers who repeatedly flout mask rules.  'We put our lives on the line every day by showing up to work,'...
    French tennis star Marion Bartoli has weighed in on the debate on whether the next lot of superstars in men’s tennis are there yet in terms of weakening the Big Three’s hold on Grand Slam titles. The sound defeat that World Number 3 Russian Daniil Medvedev suffered at the hands of top-seed Novak Djokovic in the final of the Australian Open served to illustrate that the Big Three – combined nickname for Djokovic, Roger Federer, and Rafael Nadal – aren’t anywhere near to being pushed to the shadows by the emerging lot when it comes to Grand Slams. The continued Grand Slam supremacy of Novak Djokovic, Nadal, and Federer While the balance in the women’s game appears to have shifted towards the younger crop, with veterans Serena Williams, Victoria Azarenka, and Petra Kvitova going through prolonged title droughts in Grand Slams and apparently ceding space to the emerging stars to shine,...
    PHILADELPHIA (AP) — Collin Sexton scored 28 points, Darius Garland had 25 and the feisty Cleveland Cavaliers beat the East-best Philadelphia 76ers 112-109 in overtime on Saturday night. The Cavaliers earned their first road win since Jan. 7 at Memphis and No. 4 on the season. They got one against a Sixers team that built the best record in the Eastern Conference (22-12) on the strength of a 14-2 mark at home. Make it 14-3. READ MORE: Search For Missing 13-Year-Old Jalen Maxwell In Philadelphia Intensifying Isaac Okoro scored the first three points of OT and had 15 when he fouled out. The Cavs led by three and turned the ball over only for Ben Simmons to get whistled for an offensive foul. Garland hit a floater for a five-point lead and the 11-point underdog Cavaliers were on their way to their third straight win. Joel Embiid had 42 points...
    TIGER Woods has been transferred to a new hospital to continue his car crash recovery – where he is facing at least three months until he can walk again. The legendary golfer, 45, is now being treated at the Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles – a level one trauma centre known for rehabbing athletes. Follow our Tiger Woods live blog for all the latest news and stories... 4Tiger Woods, pictured with son Charlie, is facing at least three months before he can walk again, say expertsCredit: The Mega Agency Woods’ medical team at his previous hospital, Harbor-UCLA Medical Centre, confirmed the move and praised the sportsman, following his devastating car crash on Tuesday. Chief Medical Officer Anish Mahajan said: “Tiger Woods was transferred to Cedars Sinai Medical Center for continuing orthopedic care and recovery. “On behalf of our staff, it was an honor to provide orthopedic trauma care to one of...
    Prince Harry has finally revealed his son Archie Harrison’s first word—it wasn’t mom or dad. The member of the royal family said his one-year-old son is “hysterical” and noted how fast he’s growing up during a surprise appearance on “The Late Late Show with James Corden.” The two chatted on top of a double-decker bus in a video published Friday. (RELATED: Meghan Markle, Prince Harry Enjoying New Life: ‘A Weight Has Been Lifted,’ Friend Says) “He’s got the most amazing personality, he’s already putting three, four words together,” Harry said. “he’s [Archie’s] already singing songs.” WATCH: Corden asked what Archie’s first word was and, like a proud dad, Harry replied, “Crocodile – three syllables.” “That’s a big word,” an impressed Corden responded. Harry then opened up to Corden about his new life with Archie and his wife, Meghan Markle. “Interestingly, my grandmother asked us what Archie wanted for Christmas...
    Five seniors in a Kentucky nursing home who'd previously been diagnosed with COVID-19 suffered a more severe form of the illness after a second infection, indicating a need for vigilance, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said Thursday. “The findings of this study highlight the importance of maintaining public health mitigation and protection strategies that reduce transmission risk, even among persons with a history of COVID-19 infection,” according to the CDC report released on Thursday. The CDC reported that five out of 12 nursing home residents who had been diagnosed with COVID-19 during the first wave, spanning from July through August, tested positive again during the second wave, spanning from October through November. Those five reinfected patients each had more than three chronic underlying health conditions that worsened the severity of illness due to the coronavirus and increased the risk of death. A TIMELINE OF...
    PHILADELPHIA — Chris Kreider scored a hat trick, but it still wasn’t enough for the New York Rangers. James van Riemsdyk and Shayne Gostisbehere each scored a power-play goal and Claude Giroux had three assists in his return from a COVID-19 absence to lead the Philadelphia Flyers over the Rangers 4-3 on Wednesday night. Kreider scored all three goals on tap-ins in front. Giroux, the Flyers’ captain, sat out two weeks after testing positive for coronavirus and missed their loss Sunday to Boston at Lake Tahoe. The 33-year-old Giroux played as though he never lost a step during his layoff and helped set up goals for Erik Gustafsson and Gostisbehere in the first period to give Philadelphia a 2-1 lead. The Flyers counted on a return home to steady the team after they were humbled in a 7-3 loss to the Bruins and had dropped four of five overall. Carter...
    STRICTLY’S Karen Hauer split from her husband Kevin Clifton after growing jealous of the lack of attention he paid her during the show – but she wanted to fight for their marriage. Kevin was partnered with stunning celebs including Frankie Bridge, Louise Redknapp and Susanna Reid on the BBC dance competition. 6Karen and Kevin got married in 2015 The ballroom professional opened up her heart this week and said she wished she’d have tried to save their three-year-union which ended in 2018. Karen, 38, went on to say how “things had got really nasty overnight” after she said she felt she wasn’t getting enough attention from Kevin and when asked how she felt, the dancer simply admitted “jealous”. Along with Frankie, 32, in 2014, and Louise, 46, in 2016, Kevin, 38, was also paired with Good Morning Britain’s Susanna Reid, 50, and EastEnders actress Kelly Bright, 44. 6They split...
    X FACTOR'S Lucy Spraggan has warned fans not to copy her 500-calorie-a-day diet after her three stone weight loss. The singer-songwriter, 29, transformed her body through intense workouts, quitting booze, and cutting down on her food intake. 2Lucy Spraggan warned fans not to copy her extreme diet But she accepts she took things too far and has urged others not to make the same mistakes. She told the Mirror: "All I really want to do is guide people on the same journey I have been on, that I am still on, but without all the mistakes. "At the beginning I was eating 500 calories a day, which is not enough for an adult human being. "And I just wanted to be able to put my message out there but with a qualified personal trainer and a nutritionist who know what they are talking about, to assist people to do the...
    A man from northern Tasmania claims to have photos of a family of three Tasmanian Tigers which were last seen alive in 1936 and were officially declared extinct 35 years ago.   Neil Waters, a known Tasmanian Tiger hunter from the Thylacine Awareness Group of Australia, posted a video on Monday describing three animals seen in new photos that he says are elusive marsupials.  But Mr Waters was so confident that he sent the photos to the Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery for assessment - and said he expected it to agree and help reclassify the  breed as critically endangered rather than extinct. A jubilant Neil Waters released a video claiming he has photos of a family of three Tasmanian Tigers and was waiting for expert confirmation Mr Waters uses hi-tech equipment he deployed in a remote part of Tasmania's North-East and is prepared to camp in the bush for...
    Awards Season Is Here! What to Know About the 2021 Golden Globes SoftBank would buy about 25% of Adam Neumanns stake in WeWork for $480 million under proposed settlement (Reuters) - Andy Murray was not surprised that Novak Djokovic won his ninth Australian Open crown on Sunday and said that the 'young guns' on the men's tour have not closed the gap on the 'Big Three'. © Reuters/Charles Platiau FILE PHOTO: French Open Daniil Medvedev reached the final in Melbourne on the back of a 20-match winning streak but was beaten in straight sets by Djokovic, who clinched his 18th Grand Slam crown. The Serb's triumph means 15 of the last 16 majors have been won by Djokovic, Roger Federer and Rafa Nadal. "I expected the final to be closer, but I also know how good Novak is there and when he's on his game and highly motivated," said...
    Ten people were rescued by the U.S. Coast Guard Great Lakes in Ohio on Sunday afternoon after they became stuck on two ice floes that ended up breaking off from the shore of Lake Erie in Cleveland. The seven adults and three children were out playing on the ice on Sunday lunchtime in Edgewater Park when the pack ice broke free, rendering the group incapable of reaching the shore. The U.S. Coast Guard received a call around 2:30pm on Sunday which initially said that there were only a few people on the ice, but that number was later increased to ten.  Ten people were rescued off the ice of Lake Erie by members of the USCG Ice Rescue Team from Station Cleveland, as well as other local rescue agencies on Sunday afternoon Five members of the group are pictured standing on the ice floe as the rescue gets...
    “Yellowstone” star Kelly Reilly won’t share any inside info on season four of the hit show. Season three ended with arguably the greatest cliffhanger in the history of television, and the fates of several characters hang in the balance. Reilly’s character Bet appeared to be blown up, and now she’s not saying whether or not she’s in the upcoming episodes. (REVIEW: ‘Yellowstone’ Ends Season 3 With One Of The Greatest Cliffhangers In TV History)   View this post on Instagram   A post shared by Yellowstone (@yellowstone) The “Yellowstone” star told ScreenRant.com the following when asked about season four and if she’ll be in it: Yeah, the end of season three is a big cliffhanger. I’m not allowed to really say too much about whether or not I’m part of season four. In fact, I’m not allowed to say anything. But what I can say is that season four...
    I WAS really disappointed when Frank Lampard lost his job at Chelsea. He swam the Channel to get them into the top four after losing Eden Hazard and having a transfer ban. 3Chelsea legend Frank Lampard was sacked on January 25 after his big summer signings failed to gel following his successful first season in chargeCredit: PA:Press Association 3Thomas Tuchel has greatly strengthened Chelsea's defence since succeeding Frank LampardCredit: AP:Associated Press What he achieved under the circumstances was incredible and personally I do not think he was given enough time to blend the young talent he brought through with the new signings. But having said that, Thomas Tuchel has hit the ground running with an undefeated start, winning four matches and drawing one. From his perspective it was about making Chelsea defensively more stable. 3 Antonio Rudiger, Cesar Azpilicueta, Jorginho and Mateo Kovacic have started all five of his Premier...
    A green beret who was charged in the December mass shooting of an Illinois bowling alley on Friday pleaded not guilty to multiple charges, The Associated Press reports. Duke Webb issued the plea during a virtual hearing in response to three counts of first-degree murder and three counts of attempted first-degree murder. Webb is being held without bond in a Winnebago County, Ill. jail, the AP notes. Webb is accused of going on a shooting spree at the Don Carter Lanes bowling alley on Dec. 26, resulting in the death of three people, aged 73, 65 and 69. A 62-year-old man, 14-year-old boy and a 16-year-old girl were also injured during the incident. Webb, an active Army sergeant from Shalimar, Fla., was taken into custody within minutes of the shooting and was later charged. Police reported that Webb didn't appear to have any connection to the victims. "We believe this was a completely random act,...
    ROCKFORD, Ill. (AP) — An Army special forces sergeant pleaded not guilty Friday to murder and other charges in the killing of three people and wounding of three others during a mass shooting at an Illinois bowling alley. Duke Webb, of Shalimar, Florida, appeared in court via video from the jail in Winnebago County, Illinois, where he is being held without bond, the Rockford Register Star reported. Webb, 37, is charged with first-degree murder and attempted first-degree murder in the Dec. 26 attack at Don Carter Lanes in Rockford. Prosecutors say he killed 69-year-old Jerome Woodfork and 73-year-old Dennis Steinhoff, both of Rockford, and 65-year-old Thomas Furseth, of Machesney Park. They say he also wounded two teenagers and a 62-year-old man. Authorities said the attack seemed to be a random act of violence and an attorney for Webb, Elizabeth Bucko, has said the Green Beret may suffer from post-traumatic...
    RAPID CITY, S.D. (AP) — A man charged with killing three people in western South Dakota has pleaded not guilty to murder charges. Thirty-six-year-old Arnson Absolu, of New York City, pleaded not guilty in Seventh Circuit Court to three counts of first-degree murder during a virtual arraignment hearing on Tuesday. Absolu is charged in the deaths of Charles Red Willow, Ashley Nagy and Dakota Zaiser. If convicted, Absolu will be sentenced to death or life in prison without parole. It would be up to the Pennington County State’s Attorney’s Office to decide whether it wants to pursue the death penalty if there’s a conviction. A judge has set a March 30 deadline to make that decision, KOTA-TV reported. Red Willow, a 26-year-old from Rapid City, and Nagy, a 29-year-old from Greeley, Colorado, were found dead Aug. 24 from multiple bullet wounds inside a car in a Rapid City park. The...
    MSNBC “Morning Joe” host Joe Scarborough on Tuesday reacted to Sen. Ron Johnson (R-WI) questioning if the riot at the U.S. Capitol on January 6 was a planned armed insurrection. The senator argued it did not “seem” like an armed insurrection due to the lack of firearms. Scarborough said the mob could have killed Johnson or any other member of Congress during the storming of the Capitol. He then accused Johnson of “lying,” adding he is “not worthy to be a United States Senator.” “Is that where they end up after this is all over —  pretending this did not happen when we have the video?” Scarborough asked. “We heard the chants. we saw the nooses. We heard the terrorists scream, ‘Hang Mike Pence! Hang Mike Pence!'” he added. “We saw them destroying the Capitol and defacing it in every way. We’ve seen the three cops, the three law enforcement...
    MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — Prosecutors in the George Floyd case are appealing the judge’s decision last week to deny a motion to reinstate third-degree murder charges against Derek Chauvin and three other former Minneapolis police officers. Last Thursday, Hennepin County Judge Peter Cahill ruled against the prosecution’s attempts to reinstate third-degree murder charges against Chauvin and the other three officers involved in Floyd’s death. On the following day, prosecutors filed to appeal, court documents show. RELATED: William Barr Blocked Derek Chauvin Plea Deal That Avoided Trial, Gave 10-Year Sentence Chauvin still faces charges of second-degree murder and manslaughter. Initially, he was charged with third-degree murder, but the judge dropped that charge in October, reasoning that there was no probable cause. Floyd, a Black man, died on May 25 after Chauvin kneeled on his neck for several minutes as Floyd lay in handcuffs, repeatedly saying he couldn’t breathe....
    A New Zealand healthcare worker has slammed 'complacent' Kiwis for not taking the threat of Covid-19 seriously after six months of virtually no restrictions gave way to a new lockdown in Auckland caused by three new infections in the community.   Thousands of motorists who fled Auckland before the 72-hour lockdown took effect have also been scolded by politicians, with one person arrested for evading the new checkpoints.  The city of 1.7million has been virtually sealed off after three family members tested positive in a rare community outbreak linked to the feared UK strain of the virus.  And even in the rest of New Zealand, people are required to wear masks on public transport while gatherings are capped at 100 people after months of virtually no restrictions.       Police at one of the checkpoints in Auckland where motorists are being stopped from leaving the city of 1.7million  New Zealand's prime minister Jacinda Ardern,...
    A coyote has been spotted three times in New York's Central Park in the last couple of weeks, but officials have reassured visitors they have nothing to fear. Cell phone footage captured the unusual sight of the beast as it strolled through the snowy landscape, in the middle of one of the US' most populous cities.  Passer-by Beny saw the animal around 10pm on February 8. Crunching through the snow holding his cell phone, he walks slowly towards the coyote, who stops several times to look back at him, before trotting past benches. 'Coyote in Central Park,' he can be heard saying.    Two days earlier, on February 6, Nancy Mendoza posted on Twitter that she had been out in the park around 11pm, hoping to catch a glimpse of a rare snowy owl, when she crossed paths with it near the lake, but was unable to take a photo in...
    NBA : Her Eurohoops team/ info@eurohoops.net The Bucks’ away series ended in defeat (third in a row) and a 3-3 record, with the Thunder taking the lead with 114-109 to reach 11 wins in 26 games, while Milwaukee has a record of 16-11 . The match was a regular derby, despite the 52-41 of the hosts at halftime. The guests entered the last period with a draw, but somewhere there they lost the.. John reduced to 109-107 at -37 “, but a three-pointer by Jackson in the next phase (112-107)” locked “the victory for Oklahoma. Jackson led the winners with 22 points-5 assists, while Horford had 20-9 and Dort had 19. For “Elafia”, Antetokunbo made a triple double with 24 points (9/15 two points, 1/3 three points, 3/3 shots), 17 rebounds, 10 assists, 3 blocks and 3 steals in 36 ′. Middleton had 23 and...
    The NBA warned Los Angeles Lakers star LeBron James to stop flopping. On Friday night, the Los Angeles Lakers extended their winning streak to seven games after defeating the Memphis Grizzlies 115-105. But the Lakers’ latest win is being overshadowed by a Oscar-worthy flop by star LeBron James. During the second quarter of game, James looked to go for an offensive rebound after a failed three-point shot by Anthony Davis. As he stood between Grizzlies guards Grayson Allen and Dillon Brooks, and proceeded to throw his arms back and fall to the court, acting as though he was forcefully hit. After falling down, the referees assessed a loose ball foul to Brooks! On Saturday, the NBA officially issued a warning to James for violating the anti-flopping rule. Los Angeles Lakers’ LeBron James received a warning for violating the league’s anti-flopping rule Feb. 12 vs. Memphis. pic.twitter.com/NovQbnBEE0 — NBA Official (@NBAOfficial)...
    JOE WILLOCK has revealed he isn't thinking about about his future at Arsenal as he insisted his focus is purely on Newcastle. The 21-year-old joined the Magpies on loan until the end of the season in the winter transfer window, and made an instant impression on his debut last week. 1Joe Willock joined Newcastle on loan from Arsenal earlier this monthCredit: Getty Images - Getty Willock opened his account for Steve Bruce's side just 16 minutes into the clash at St James' Park against Southampton as he helped his new team win 3-2. Despite featuring in 17 matches under Mikel Arteta this term, the England youth international opted to make the move up north in search of regular time. And having departed the Emirates, albeit on loan, Willock has stated a return to Arsenal is not something he is thinking about. Speaking to Sky Sports, he said: "When I decided...
    SIOUX CITY, Iowa (AP) — A woman accused of driving three men suspected of firing a barrage of shots into a Sioux City home during a New Year’s party and killing a woman has pleaded not guilty to gun charges. Liliana Gutierrez, 20, of Sioux City, pleaded not guilty Thursday to intimidation with a dangerous weapon and three counts of reckless use of a firearm, the Sioux City Journal reported. Police have said Gutierrez drove 19-year-old Christopher Morales, 18-year-old Carlos Morales and 18-year-old Anthony Bauer to the house shortly after midnight on Jan. 1. The three men are charged with firing at least 27 shots into the house, where 20-25 people were at a New Year’s party, and killing 18-year-old Mia Kritis. Three others were wounded. The three men have each pleaded not guilty to first-degree murder, going armed with intent and three counts of reckless use of a firearm,...
    MANCHESTER UNITED boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer says his side 'shouldn't be considered title challengers' after late heartbreak against Everton. Dominic Calvert-Lewin scored with the last kick of the match as the Toffees left Old Trafford with a point after a thrilling 3-3 draw. 4Ole Gunnar Solskjaer bemoaned throwing away three points to settling for oneCredit: Getty Images - Getty United were 2-0 and 3-2 up in the game, but ultimately threw away the chance of joining fierce rivals City at the top of the Premier League. And speaking after the game, Solskjaer hinted the result might give some people a bit of a reality check. The 47-year-old Norwegian told Sky Sports: "We should even be considered as title chasers, we have got better as a team and see where we end up. "We need to stop conceding easy goals. "Results create the mood, the last kick of the ball...
    The facts, and nothing but the facts, are these: Kaapo Kakko, quite famously selected second-overall by the Rangers after the Devils went with Jack Hughes, leads the Draft Class of 2019 in games played with 74, four more than the New Jersey teenager. That’s 10 more than Chicago’s third-overall selection, Kirby Dach, who is out for the season with the broken wrist he sustained at the World Junior Tournament — there but for the grace… — after playing in 64 contests for the Blackhawks last year. None of the other young men selected in that draft have played more than the 13 games in which Vancouver’s 40th-overall winger, Nils Hoglander, have appeared this year. Next? Buffalo’s ninth-overall Dylan Cozens, with nine games of experience. Kakko, who will turn 20 on Feb. 13, leads in goals with 13, three more than Hughes’ total, four more than Dach has recorded. And the...
    Matthew Stafford played through major back issues within the last three years of his NFL career, but a former Super Bowl-champion linebacker said Thursday the quarterback is not tough enough to play for the New England Patriots. Tedy Bruschi, a former Patriots linebacker who won three titles with the team before joining ESPN as an NFL analyst, told 97.1 The Ticket that Stafford wouldn’t be able to handle being coached in New England. CLICK HERE FOR MORE SPORTS COVERAGE ON FOXNEWS.COM "He’s not tough enough to play here. He’s just not tough enough," Bruschi said. "I don’t think he’s tough enough to be coached hard. Do you realize the mental toughness that Tom Brady had to have for 20 years to deal with Bill Belichick and that type of coaching? I mean, constant pressure every single day. Does Stafford sort of grab you as a guy who could handle that?...
    KYLIE Jenner and baby daddy Travis Scott as "still in love" two years after they called it quits. Despite their mutual affection for each other, they are "not back together." 8Kylie and Travis are reportedly 'still in love'Credit: Refer to Caption 8The exes share three-year-old daughter StormiCredit: Instagram A source close to Kylie, 23, and Travis, 28, told E! News that the pair- who share three-year-old daughter Stormi- are open to reconciling in the future. The insider told the outlet: "Kylie and Travis are still madly in love. You can tell every time they are together that there is a lot of love there. Both of their faces light up when they are together and both seem very happy." The source added that the exes have been "amazing co-parents" to Stormi and that they are following a "great routine." While the Keeping Up With the Kardashians star and rapper are reportedly on great...
    (CBS Local)– Social media influencers are a mainstay in our culture today and it seems that everyone these days is focused on how many likes a post gets and how many followers they have on each platform. Journalist Nick Bilton has been covering social media and technology for two decades and he decided to run a social experiment where he selected three random people in Los Angeles and turned them into influencers. MORE FROM CBS: Christopher Mintz-Plasse On Comedy Central’s ‘Blark And Son’: ‘There’s Nothing Better Than Working With Your Friends’ Genevieve Padalecki On The CW’s ‘Walker’: ‘I Wanted To Make Emily Walker Wild, Fun, Free’ Bilton’s experiment is the focus of a new HBO documentary called “Fake Famous” that follows around the three fake influencers named Dominique, Wylie and Chris. This was the first time Bilton had the opportunity to direct a film and he was fascinated by...
    More On: surreal estate This mall-size mansion dubbed ‘The One’ costs $350 million Sex star Mia Malkova buys mansion for $4M: ‘It’s a porn castle now’ ‘Zillow Gone Wild’ showcases the nation’s quirkiest homes Meet the 81-year-old living in a 22,000-square-foot NYC mansion rent-free The dimly lit, wallpapered house where Buffalo Bill skins his victims in the film “The Silence of the Lambs” has sold for $290,000 according to Zillow. The four-bedroom, one-bathroom house outside Pittsburgh has many of its original features included in the 1991 hit movie, including its old-fashioned wallpaper, hardwood floors, pocket doors and dark wood trimmings.  On 1.76 acres, it’s only yards from the train tracks in the opening shot of the film’s Buffalo Bill scene. And the exterior of the three-story house is the same yellowish-red brick with a wraparound porch as seen in the movie.  There is also an RV near the tracks...
    President Joe Biden said Tuesday that there has been “a lot of talk, with good reason” about the high number of executive orders he has signed and added that he wasn’t “making new law,” but “eliminating bad policy.” Biden addressed the press in the Oval Office prior to signing three new executive orders geared towards rolling back immigration policies from former President Donald Trump’s administration. (RELATED: White House Press Secretary Accuses Washington Examiner Reporter Of Twisting Biden’s Words ‘Out Of Context’) “Today I’m going to sign a few executive orders to strengthen our immigration system, building on the executive actions I took on day one to protect dreamers and to end the Muslim ban and better manage our borders. And that’s what these three different executive orders are about,” Biden began. Biden has signed a record number of executive orders since taking office on Jan. 20, after he pledged...
    Kansas City Chiefs offensive coordinator Eric Bieniemy has landed a handful of head coaching interviews over the last two years, but he has yet to receive an opportunity to lead his own NFL franchise. When it comes to minority candidates, Bieniemy is easily the clear-cut favorite. He’s been the coordinator for the Chiefs over the last three years, and with quarterback Patrick Mahomes leading the way, Kansas City has made three-straight AFC Championships and two Super Bowl appearances. CLICK HERE FOR MORE SPORTS COVERAGE ON FOXNEWS.COM All of that success, and Bieniemy has yet to get that promotion. The hiring of minority head coaches has been a huge problem in the NFL. There are only three Black head coaches in the league among the 32 franchises -- Mike Tomlin of the Pittsburgh Steelers, Brian Flores of the Miami Dolphins, and David Culley of the Houston Texans. "I did not ask...
    WOLVES star Ruben Neves has revealed he missed the birth of his third child because he didn't want to miss any games. The midfielder's wife Debora gave birth to their baby son at the weekend, in their homeland Portugal. 2Ruben Neves was on video call as his partner gave birth to their third child But Neves has revealed he watched the birth on his PHONE as a result of the coronavirus pandemic and its restrictions. Speaking after his side's 2-1 win against Arsenal in which he scored from the penalty spot, Neves said: "Yeah, I watched it on my phone on the coach when we were coming back from Crystal Palace. It's not easy to be honest, it's really hard. It's really hard to not be there for an amazing moment for my family. "Of course I wanted to be there but that's the world we live in at...
    SIOUX CITY, Iowa (AP) — A second suspect has pleaded not guilty to firing gunshots into a Sioux City home during a New Year's party, killing one person. Carlos Morales, 18, of Sioux City, entered his written plea Monday to first-degree murder, going armed with intent and three counts of reckless use of a firearm, The Sioux City Journal reported. He is one of three suspects who police allege fired at least 27 shots into a house where 20-25 people were gathered for the party Jan. 1. Mia Kritis, 18, was killed and three others were injured. Morales’ brother, Christopher Morales, 19, of Sioux City, pleaded not guilty last week to identical charges. He also faces gun charges stemming from his arrest. Anthony Bauer, 18, of Sioux City, faces the same charges as the brothers. He has not entered a plea. Liliana Gutierrez, 20, of Sioux City, who was accused...
    Almost every college basketball coach has had to deal with roster issues at some point this season. For UCLA's Cori Close, it has been a constant. Despite having only nine players, though, the fifth-ranked Bruins have emerged as one of the nation's top teams. They are the highest-ranked squad in the Pac-12, which has four teams in the top 11. It is also the highest the Bruins have been ranked since they were fifth in November 2017. UCLA (9-2, 7-2 Pac-12) goes into Friday's game against Arizona State with a four-game winning streak. That includes road victories against No. 11 Oregon and No. 6 Stanford, who were both ranked in the top 10 at the time. CLICK HERE FOR MORE SPORTS COVERAGE ON FOXNEWS.COM "I knew this year was gonna be a lot different just because of our situation," said senior forward Michaela Onyenwere. "I’m super proud of how we’ve...
    Overlake Medical Center: Hospital apologizes after inviting donors to sign up for Covid-19 vaccine Protest bill backed by Florida governor, GOP lawmakers draws its own vigorous protests ‘Why not us?’ San Diego State wins Southwestern Invitational WESTLAKE VILLAGE, Calif. – Why not us? © Provided by Golf Channel It’s a motto that San Diego State head coach Ryan Donovan has adopted for his team this season. Historically, the Aztecs have flown under the radar, and this spring is no different, especially with a relatively unproven bunch that lost some talent from a season ago and didn’t compete in the fall. “We get overlooked a lot,” Donovan said, “but we think we’re pretty good.” The Aztecs proved it Wednesday at the Southwestern Invitational – and emphatically. Playing top-ranked Pepperdine on one of the Waves’ home tracks, North Ranch Country Club, and going up against other NCAA contenders Arizona State and...
    THE "Super-Covid" mutant strain from the United Kingdom has spread to 26 states – but the South African variant has not been detected in the United States yet, according to the CDC. Dr Rochelle Walensky, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's new director, revealed the data during the Biden administration's first Covid-19 briefing on Wednesday. 6The 'Super-Covid' mutant strain from the UK has spread to 26 statesCredit: Getty Images - Getty 6People line up for their Covid-19 vaccine appointment in Los Angeles, CaliforniaCredit: Getty Images - Getty 6Credit: Google Speaking at the virtual meeting, Dr Walensky said: "Viruses mutate, and we have always expected that variants would emerge, and we have been looking for them." She added: "The variants that have been identified recently seem to spread more easily. "They're more transmissible, which can lead to increased number of cases, and increased stress on our already overtaxed system." The...
    PITTSBURGH (AP) — Armando Bacot scored a season-high 21 points and had 10 rebounds to lead North Carolina to a 75-65 victory over Pittsburgh on Tuesday night. The Tar Heels (11-5, 6-3 Atlantic Coast Conference) have won three straight games and six of their last seven. Bacot was 8 of 10 from the floor and was two points shy of his career best. He also had a season-high three blocks. Garrison Brooks scored 16 points and Kerwin Walton had 10 for the Tar Heels, who shot 32 of 61 (52.5%) overall. Justin Champagnie scored 23 points and had 10 rebounds to lead Pitt (8-4, 4-3), who has lost consecutive games for the first time this season. Ithiel Horton added 12 points. The Tar Heels took the lead for good five minutes in and built a 34-27 halftime lead. Consecutive dunks from Leaky Black and Bacot gave the Tar Heels their...
    Bruce Arians laid his cards on the table Monday and admitted, there are a few faces he’s not looking forward to seeing when the Tampa Bay Buccaneers take on the Kansas City Chiefs in Super Bowl LV on Sunday.  Arians said in a press conference that the Chiefs stacked offense is cause for concern, especially when you analyze the performance of a few key players from their Week 12 matchup.  CHIEFS COACH REID’S PATIENCE IN STRUGGLING PLAYERS PAYS OFF "I mean, you go back and you look at the game and what matchups you had," Arians said. "I’m not really excited playing Tyreek Hill and [Travis] Kelce and [Patrick] Mahomes. That’s a formidable challenge, but our guys will be up for it." Mahomes completed 37 passes for 464 yards and three touchdowns while Tom Brady by comparison completed 27 of 41 passes for 345 yards and three touchdowns. He was...
    Trey Songz appeared to throw the first punch and was approached three times about not wearing wearing a mask just before his arrest in a new video released by the Kansas City Police. The Missouri law enforcement agency posted the footage, which seemed to be from a security camera at Arrowhead Stadium, showing Trey - real name Tremaine Aldon Neverson - and a group of friends in the stands. The video - which is from the AFC Championship game between the Kansas City Chiefs and Buffalo Bills - points out Trey in the same black hoodie and hat that other footage of the incident has shown. Trey Songz appeared to throw the first punch and was approached three times about not wearing wearing a mask just before his arrest in a new video released by the Kansas City Police This is a photo of the 36-year-old singer at the Jackson...
    It is a decision that will haunt Matt LaFleur through the winter of his discontent, and maybe longer. He didn’t give Aaron Rodgers, arguably the best quarterback in the game today, a fourth-down chance just 8 yards from the end zone trailing by eight points, calling for kicker Mason Crosby instead, hoping against hope for a defensive stop with all three timeouts available to him. It meant that he gave Tom Brady, the 31-26 winner, the chance to close out the last 2:02 of the NFC Championship game and advance to his 10th Super Bowl. Which Brady did. And Aaron Rodgers never saw the ball again. And Rodgers appeared downright somber on his Zoom call when he was asked about his head coach’s disastrous decision. Rodgers chose his words carefully when he said: “I didn’t have a decision on that one. … It wasn’t my decision, but … understand the...
    More On: nfl playoffs Tom Brady climbs stands to hug son in heartwarming moment Tom Brady is off to another Super Bowl after mind-boggling decision Super Bowl teams face major travel change because of COVID-19 Chiefs-Bills: How to watch AFC Championship game, time, weather It is a decision that will haunt Matt LaFleur through the winter of his discontent, and maybe longer. He didn’t give Aaron Rodgers, arguably the best quarterback in the game today, a fourth-down chance just 8 yards from the end zone trailing by eight points, calling for kicker Mason Crosby instead, hoping against hope for a defensive stop with all three timeouts available to him. It meant that he gave Tom Brady, the 31-26 winner, the chance to close out the last 2:02 of the NFC Championship game and advance to his 10th Super Bowl. Which Brady did. And Aaron Rodgers never saw the ball...
    Ellen DeGeneres, Rosie ODonnell, and other celebrities are showing support for JoJo Siwa after she came out as part of the LGBTQ community NCR Is Said Close to Reaching $1.7 Billion Deal with Cardtronics Tom Brady Threw Three Interceptions and Did Not Look Happy About It © Provided by The Big Lead Tom Brady had a great first half against the Green Bay Packers in the NFC Championship Game, but things kind of went off the rails in the second half as he threw three interceptions in seven pass attempts at one point. In true Brady fashion, there were reactions. He was stoic. He got mad at Mike Evans after he threw an arm punt. .@JaireAlexander with back-to-back interceptions! #GoPackGo #NFLPlayoffs ?: #TBvsGB on FOX ?: NFL app // Yahoo Sports app: https://t.co/cHuzDq5flQ pic.twitter.com/FBrGuZYfqk— NFL (@NFL) January 24, 2021Brady fed up with Mike Evan’s pic.twitter.com/AjdKKrvTer— gifdsports (@gifdsports) January...
    TV star Ferne McCann has revealed she's been in therapy the past three years but that it is NOT for a "breakdown". Her ex-boyfriend Arthur Collins was jailed over a nightclub acid attack in 2017 while she was pregnant with their daughter Sunday, leaving Ferne, 30, devastated for those affected by his crimes. 6Ferne McCann reveals that therapy has made her feel 'mentally strong'Credit: Instagram The single mum now attends therapy sessions weekly, and says it has helped her when she has “struggled” the most - and hopes by speaking out about her positive experience with mental health therapy it will normalise it and help others. She told The Sun: “There's definitely been moments in my life where I have struggled. And I feel really grateful that I'm sat here in a position where I feel mentally strong. “But this hasn't just happened overnight. This is something that I have worked on...
    A TOP former anti-terror chief has warned hook-handed hate preacher Abu Hamza must never be allowed back into Britain. The Sun told earlier this week how the radical cleric, 62, was begging for release from a US supermax jail because he fears he could die from Covid. 7Hate preacher Abu Hamza has begged to return to Britain over fears of Covid in jail in AmericaCredit: Reuters Sir Ivor Roberts said a return for Hamza would be the 'last thing' UK cops and spooks would need It comes just weeks after we revealed how fellow fanatic Adel Abdel-Bary, 60, had jetted back into the UK after being granted early "mercy release" from a US prison on similar grounds. But Sir Ivor Roberts, the Foreign Office's former head of counter-terrorism, last night said a return for Hamza would be the "last thing" UK cops and spooks would need. And writing exclusively for...
    That '70s Show star Danny Masterson was arraigned on three rape charges today at a downtown Los Angeles criminal court. The 44 year-old actor and prominent Scientologist didn’t show up at LA Superior Court where he’s accused of raping three women in separate incidents at his Hollywood Hills home between 2001 and 2003. But his lawyer, Tom Mesereau, was in court today and answered ‘Yes, your honor’ when Judge Sergio Tapia asked if his celebrity client pleaded ‘not guilty’ to all the charges. Mesereau told the court, ‘These allegations are 20 years old…..We think the case is absurd and the charges are absolutely false.’ Danny Masterson's lawyer entered a plea of 'not guilty' Wednesday as the TV star was arraigned on rape charges Attorney Tom Mesereau slammed the case as 'absurd' and noted the allegations are nearly 20 years old Masterson and Mesereau appear in court together...
    Getty Head coach Steve Nash of the Brooklyn Nets directs his team during the second half against the Denver Nuggets. The Brooklyn Nets big three of Kyrie Irving, Kevin Durant, and James Harden will finally make their debut on Wednesday when they face Kyrie Irving’s former team, the Cleveland Cavaliers. Seeing this collection of talent finally take the floor has been a long time coming. A tug of war between the Nets and Rockets had many wondering if The Beard would ever land in Brooklyn to form the best big three since Dwyane Wade, LeBron James, and Chris Bosh. The day has finally come. With the pressure mounted squarely on the shoulders of Brooklyn’s ‘Big Three’ to win a championship this year, their head coach Steve Nash understands that Rome was not built in a day. Nash Excited About Brooklyn’s ‘Big Three’ “Excited about the possibilities,” Nash told...
    Actor Danny Masterson pleaded not guilty to raping three women nearly two decades ago, prosecutors announced Wednesday. The “That ’70s Show” star was arrested in June with three counts of rape in three separate incidents that occurred between 2001 and 2003, according to the Los Angeles District Attorneys Office. Masterson allegedly raped a 23-year-old woman in the winter of 2001 and a 28-year-old woman in April 2003. He’s also been charged with raping another 23-year-old woman between fall and winter of 2003. The incidents allegedly occurred at his Hollywood Hills home, prosecutors said. Lawyer Tom Mesereau says Masterson is innocent. “We’re confident that he will be exonerated when all the evidence finally comes to light and witnesses have the opportunity to testify,” Mesereau said in a statement to the Hollywood Reporter . “Obviously, Mr. Masterson and his wife are in complete shock considering that these nearly...
    Defenseman Erik Karlsson said Wednesday he’s not overly concerned about the Sharks’ tepid start to the season or his own performance after the first three games. The Sharks, who have been trying to integrate some new players into their lineup and learn a new system under coach Bob Boughner after a 10-month layoff, have a 1-2-0 record going into Wednesday’s game with the St. Louis Blues. The Sharks have been their own worst enemy at times early this season in terms of puck management and their defensive structure. In Monday’s 5-4 loss to the Blues, Boughner felt the Sharks were unnecessarily feeding into the Blues’ offense with some questionable decisions with the puck. The Sharks have allowed 10 even strength goals in three games, including five on Monday, and have been outscored 7-1 in the second period so far. Karlsson, who has one assist in the...
    According to CNN, three people have been arrested in connection with an endangered Ganges river dolphin that was found beaten to death. A video of the incident went viral on social media. Police arrested three individuals seen on the video after a carcass was found on December 31, investigating officer Akhilesh Pratap Singh told CNN. Nine people that were connected to the video are still at large. In the video, a group of young men hit and stab at the dolphin with rods and an axe. They thens suffocated the animal below the canal. Source: NDTV/YouTube Ganges river dolphins have dwindled in numbers in recent years. According to WWF, less than 1,800 exist in the wild right now. “Living in one of the most densely populated parts of the world, the Ganges river dolphin faces threats from agriculture and industrial pollution and other human activity such as dam...
    HONOLULU (AP) — Paradise is not always peaceful when it comes to the PGA Tour’s two-week swing through Hawaii. Dating to 1999, the tour has started its new years with two tournaments on two islands in the Pacific where the palm trees sway, the humpback whales breach and the tropical air warms the soul, if not the face. But it’s been rare to get through two weeks without some form of chaos over the last 10 years. The latest involved Justin Thomas, who until this year had nothing but happy memories of the 50th state. He has won the Sentry Tournament of Champions twice. He shot 59 in the Sony Open in 2017 and went on to set the PGA Tour’s scoring record at 253 in a seven-shot victory. He missed a 5-foot par putt on the fourth hole of the third round at Kapalua and, angry with himself, uttered...
    US coronavirus: More Covid-19 deaths reported in the past two weeks than any other 14-day period in the pandemic Promising Young Woman Starts with a Cathartic Blast. Then It Gets Bogged Down With Cynicism Report: Rockets owner was ‘adamant’ about not trading James Harden to 76ers The Brooklyn Nets and Philadelphia 76ers were reportedly the two finalists to acquire James Harden, but did only one of them ever have an actual chance to land the former NBA MVP? © Troy Taormina-USA TODAY Sports Rockets owner Tilman Fertitta wanted no part of a James Harden trade that involved the 76ers. Chris Haynes of Yahoo Sports said on his “Posted Up” podcast this week that Rockets owner Tilman Fertitta did not want to trade Harden to Philadelphia. That may have something to do with former Houston general manager Daryl Morey now being the president of basketball operations for the 76ers. “After...
    MANCHESTER UNITED sit three points clear at the top of the Premier League table as they head into the weekend clash with their biggest rivals Liverpool. Ahead of what is easily the biggest fixture in English football, Tom McDermott looks at who is responsible for the turnaround at Old Trafford apart from the obvious Bruno Fernandes. 4Bruno Fernandes has been Manchester United's talismanCredit: Getty Images - Getty Eric Bailly The Ivorian always had the ability, the biggest challenge was keeping him fit and on the pitch. Bailly’s pace and physicality means that his partner, Harry Maguire, can now focus on the things that made United sign him in the first place. All of a sudden, with Bailly next to him, Maguire looks more comfortable and at ease, not only with his role as a defender but as a captain too. Bailly is a good defender but his pace makes him...
    U.S. authorities have arrested and charged an MIT professor with accepting foreign money, much of it from China, and not disclosing it. Gang Chen was arrested Thursday at his home and charged with wire fraud, failing to file a foreign bank account report and making a false statement in a tax return, the Department of Justice said in a news release. Chen worked as director of the MIT Pappalardo Micro/Nano Engineering Laboratory and director of the Solid-State Solar Thermal Energy Conversion Center. Since 2013, Chen’s research has been funded by more than $19 million in federal grants, the DOJ said. During that same time, he reportedly received approximately $29 million of foreign funding, including $19 million from the PRC’s Southern University of Science and Technology (SUSTech). “He was working for the Chinese government while securing U.S. research dollars,” U.S. Attorney Andrew E. Lelling told reporters. Lelling added that “the Chinese...
    The need and desire to regain a normal rhythm of work in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic have led Michele Trapani, owner of a brewery in the Piedmontese municipality of Cúneo (Italy), to declare your establishment ‘COVID free’, which translates into not allowing unvaccinated people to enter your establishment. “At the ‘COVID free’ cafe only the vaccinated can access and with an application or a scannable QR code at the entrance of the premises to be able to enjoy a quiet afternoon eating, drinking, listening to good music with total safety and respect for others “, Trapani posted on Facebook. The ‘COVID free’ coffee will be, according to its owner, a place “without schedule limitations and with a certification provided by administrations depending on the capacity, the distance, the means of protection and the current protocols on prevention “. This approach by Trapani is based on a...
    The Clemson version of Justin Fields needed to show up Monday night to give Ohio State a chance. That player, however, was nowhere to be found at Hard Rock Stadium. Instead, it was the inconsistent, at times off-target Fields who was so up and down late in the regular season who was under center. “We definitely wanted a different outcome, but I’m definitely going to miss everybody,” he said after the third-seeded Buckeyes’ ugly 52-24 loss to No. 1 Alabama in the national championship game, referring to what was almost certainly his last college game. In fairness to Fields, even his best may not have been enough considering how ill-equipped Ohio State was against the Crimson Tide’s offensive machine that rolled up 621 total yards. Then again, this clearly wasn’t his best. Coach Ryan Day said Fields wasn’t 100 percent, after the helmet-first hit he took to his right side...
    MANCHESTER UNITED are unlikely to make any new additions to their squad this month, manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has revealed. The Red Devils made five signings last summer, with most of their new arrivals being snapped up on transfer deadline day. 4Manchester United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is content with his squadCredit: Getty 4Donny van de Beek was the most expensive of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's five summer signingsCredit: EPA After a slow start to the window, Edinson Cavani, Amad Diallo, Facundo Pellestri, Alex Telles and Donny van de Beek were all lured to Old Trafford. United were said to be interested in signing Ecuador midfielder Moises Caicedo this month but have reportedly shelved those plans. And Solskjaer isn't expecting any new faces to arrive at the Theatre of Dreams, although he does anticipate a few to move on in the coming weeks. He said: "I think the signings we made...
    MARCUS RASHFORD has vented his anger on Twitter as he commented on a picture shared by a parent of food that is meant to feed a family for three days. The Manchester United striker has long campaigned for free school meals to be dished out to vulnerable children during the coronavirus crisis. 1Marcus Rashford is continuing his quest to ensure no child goes without food during lockdownCredit: Getty Images - Getty Where is this being rolled out? If families are entitled to £30 worth of food, why is there delivery only equating to just over £5?! 1 child or 3, this what they are receiving? Unacceptable https://t.co/SNblZ1wl5P— Marcus Rashford MBE (@MarcusRashford) January 11, 2021 And the 23-year-old teamed up with Child Food Poverty Taskforce last month to stop kids going hungry over the Christmas break. His tireless commitment to ensure children were not going hungry earned him an MBE in...
    REAL MADRID goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois has blasted La Liga for giving their match against Osasuna the go ahead despite a freak snowstorm in Spain. The Blancos squad were stuck on their plane to Pamplona for more than three hours before take-off on Friday night due to heavy snow. 3Real Madrid's game against Osasuna went ahead despite adverse weather conditionsCredit: Getty Images - Getty Osasuna's pitch passed an inspection before kick-off on Saturday but snow continued to fall during the game. To make matters worse, Real Madrid were held to a frustrating goalless draw, further denting their title hopes. Courtois told Movistar: "I want to thank the people of Osasuna for having the pitch like this. "But it is unfortunate what La Liga have done to us. We know what the conditions were, and of course we were able to play, but taking off with the frozen runway and now we...
    Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev is suing the federal government for $250,000 over his treatment at the supermax prison in Colorado dubbed the 'Alcatraz of the Rockies' - because officials took away his baseball cap. In his eight-page, handwritten lawsuit that was filed in federal court on Monday, the convicted terrorist decries the confiscation of his white cap and bandanna, after guards allegedly deemed them disrespectful to victims.  Tsarnaev infamously wore a white Polo hat while standing on the sidelines of the Boston Marathon in April 2013 before he carried out the deadly pressure-cooker bombings with his late brother, Tamerlan.  Tsarnaev alleges in his complaint that his treatment at the hands of 'unlawful, unreasonable and discriminatory' prison staff is contributing to his mental and physical decline. The 27-year-old also complains that he is only allowed to take three showers a week at the Federal Correctional Complex Florence.  Boston...
    A Georgia father-of-two was arrested because he didn’t change his address with his probation officer. Three days later, he was found dead inside his jail cell. Lee Michael Creely, 34, had moved into a new home only three weeks before he died in the Chatham County lockup. His partner, Jessica Hodges, and their sons had outgrown their mobile home and were excited to start a new chapter of their lives. But police arrested Creely, who previously pleaded guilty to drug possession, for a probation violation on Sept. 3 because his probation officer wasn’t aware of the new address. Now Creely’s family is demanding answers on what happened to him behind bars—and the location of the man’s heart. An independent autopsy can’t be completed because pieces of the organ were missing from Creely’s body, according to the family’s lawyer, who claims state investigators and the county coroner’s office haven’t disclosed where...
    Austin Rivers is earning some adoration from Knicks fans, though that may not extend to the homefront. The guard posted a hilarious video on Instagram of him explaining to his girlfriend, Audreyana Michelle, that he was going to work out at the Knicks facility Tuesday on the team’s day off after returning from a week-long road trip. “She mad I wanna go hoop on my day off… and we (squad) just got back from long road trip. lol and yes this is real,” Rivers said in his first caption on the Instagram story. “Can I have one day to myself?” Michelle is heard asking in the background. “Do you want to spend the f–king day with me?” WARNING: GRAPHIC LANGUAGE Rivers, who signed a three-year, $10 million deal this offseason, is off to an impressive start with the Knicks. After missing training camp and the first four games...
    COLUMBUS, OHIO - As light snow fell around the Ohio church Tuesday morning, Andre Hill's family, friends and strangers angry about his death — clad in their Sunday best and Black Lives Matter masks — walked in to honor his life.  Inside the church in Columbus, a photo of Hill, 47, surrounded by the faces of Tamir Rice, Breonna Taylor and other Black people killed by authorities in recent years leaned against the stage next to his open casket. A white mark was taped on every other chair to facilitate social distancing during the coronavirus pandemic.  FILE - Attorney Benjamin Crump, left, discusses the police shooting of Andre Hill at a news conference attended by Hill's daughter, Karissa, center, and sister Shawna Barnett, December 31, 2020, in Columbus, Ohio.State Sen. Hearcel Craig greeted guests at the door. The Democratic lawmaker is a minister at southwest Columbus' The Church of...
    LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) — Three people were shot and injured in South Los Angeles on Monday evening. The incident happened around 5:20 p.m. at 120th Street and Main Street. Three individuals were struck by gunfire by an unknown shooter and were all in stable condition at last check, police said. It’s unclear what led up to the shooting, or what the motive may be. Police have not yet identified a suspect, according to LAPD Officer Mike Lopez. Anonymous tips can be made by calling Crime Stoppers at 800-222-TIPS (8477). (© Copyright 2020 CBS Broadcasting Inc. All Rights Reserved. City News Service contributed to this report.)
    The Chicago Bears aren’t worrying about how they made the playoffs. They’re in and that’s what matters most to them. “It’s not perfect,” coach Matt Nagy said. It’s far from that. The Bears closed the regular season with a 35-16 loss to Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers at Soldier Field on Sunday. But they slipped into the playoffs for the second time in Nagy’s three seasons because the Arizona Cardinals lost to the Los Angeles Rams. The seventh seed in an expanded field, the Bears (8-8) visit Drew Brees and the NFC South champion New Orleans Saints (12-4) on Sunday. It’s quite a turnaround. Chicago lost six consecutive games in its worst skid since the 2002 team dropped eight in a row. The Bears responded by winning three straight against struggling teams — Houston, Minnesota and Jacksonville — before falling to Green Bay. Whether that’s enough to...
    FRESNO, Calif. -- Former NASA astronaut Jose Hernandez spent most of his youth working the fields.So many kids have struggled with remote learning, but Hernandez wants them all to know when it comes to their future, the sky's the limit.As a young boy, Hernandez picked fruits and vegetables alongside his family."We spent nine months in California, three months in Mexico, but those nine months I went to three different school districts," he explained.The family settled in Stockton. Jose couldn't speak English until he was 12 years old, but STEM subjects spoke to him."I gravitated towards math because 1 + 3 is 4 in any language," Hernandez said.When he was ten, Jose told his dad he wanted to be an astronaut, so his father laid out a five-part recipe for success.First, set a goal. Then recognize how far away you are from that goal."The third thing is you have to draw...
    An Arizona mother is facing a slew of charges after she allegedly assaulted her children and stepchildren because they weren’t wearing masks. Sarah Michelle Boone, 32, was arrested on Dec. 26 after officers were told she kicked one of her children, hit a different child in the face, and picked a third child up by the neck because the children, who tested positive for COVID-19, were not wearing masks. She is facing three counts of child abuse, three counts of assault, and charges of resisting arrest and disorderly conduct. Police say Boone fled the scene before they arrived and was found walking down the street. Boone allegedly ignored police commands and resisted arrest. Officers used a stun gun on Boone and subsequently took her to the Maricopa County Jail. She was released on Dec. 29 on $5,000 bond. In documents obtained by the Arizona Republic, the police...
    A man is being charged for setting three brush fires in late September. Henry P. Dextraze, 66, of New Hampshire, but formerly of Leominster, is believed to have inadvertently started three fires within days of each other this fall, according to the Sentinel and Enterprise. The fires happened on Sept. 20, 22, and 24 with the first two being small and in the Leominster State Forest around Elm Street. The last fire on Sept. 24 lit up an area of Mt. Elam Road in the state forest and went on to consume 3.4 acres in flames. It took firefighters two days to extinguish the fire. Dextraze allegedly told police that he went hiking with a friend on the 22 and lit a campfire, but properly extinguished it. Inconsistencies were noticed in Dextraze’s account of the fires. For example, he said he never saw any firefighters or equipment battling...
    KOURTNEY Kardashian urged fans not to use plastic containers - before showing off her refrigerator full of them. The KUWTK star, 41, appeared to go against her own message by displaying dozens of plastic bottles stacked on the shelves. 7Kourtney Kardashian urged fans not to use plastic containers - before showing off her refrigerator full of themCredit: E! Kourtney wrote alongside the photo on her Instagram Stories: "Quarantine OCD kicking in. "I'm making an effort to not buy plastic containers so to those using boxes, glass or other plastic alternatives, thank you, and to any plastic I have here, I won't be buying anymore." The mom-of-three added: "So can you PLEASE change to no plastic." It's not the first time the Poosh founder has encouraged her followers to be more environmentally conscious. 7She displayed dozens of plastic bottles stacked on the shelves.Credit: Instagram 7The Poosh founder...
    Getty Damion Lee was the hero for the Golden State Warriors on Sunday night against the Chicago Bulls. The fourth-year guard made a game-winning three-pointer that led the Warriors to their first win of the season. Following a much-needed victory, Lee goes into detail about how he earned the opportunity to give the Warriors their 129-128 victory against the Bulls, their first of the season. Getty The Making of the ShotAfter the game, Lee unveiled the unexpected play that improvised along with Warriors’ Kevon Looney in order to make the clutch shot. “I basically told Loon [Looney] coming out of the timeout ‘if I count to four and give you eye contact, just come back and we’ll play the hand back and whatever happens, happens’,” Lee explained per Wes Goldberg on Twitter. “It worked out not the way that we planned it, but we got the win...
    EDINSON CAVANI is not going to face a backdated FA punishment for pushing Yerry Mina during United’s league cup quarter-final defeat of Everton, according to reports. The Uruguay star appeared to take hold of Mina by his throat and shove the Toffees defender to the floor during last week's Carabao Cup win.  4Edinson Cavani will not be facing a retrospective ban for pushing Everton's Yerry MinaCredit: Rex Features 4Edinson Cavani's clash with Yerry Mina occurred during United's league cup clash with the ToffeesCredit: Rex Features Despite the incident Cavani, 33, remained on the pitch and gave the Red Devils the lead in the games closing stages with his team going on to win 2-0.  Without VAR until the tournament’s semis, Cavani faced the possibility of a retrospective reprimand and a three-game suspension for violent conduct However, in his post-match report, the Telegraph report referee Andy Madley claimed he had seen...
    NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) – Six people attacked an Asian woman for not wearing a mask on the subway, police said. (credit: NYPD) The incident is being investigated as a hate crime because the suspects made anti-Asian comments related to COVID during the attack, police said. It happened at 1:45 p.m. Dec. 17 on a southbound A train at West 4th Street and the Avenue of the Americas. More: NYPD Forms Task Force To Fight Increase In Hate Crimes Against Asian Americans Police say the victim, 32, was riding the train when she was approached by the group, who confronted her for not wearing a mask on public transportation. The situation escalated and the victim was punched repeatedly in the face. (credit: NYPD) The group of three men and three women took off. The victim refused medical attention at the scene. Anyone with any information is asked to call the NYPD’s Crime Stoppers...
    So much was better in 2019 than in 2020. Including Daniel Jones. It was almost exactly one year ago — Dec. 22, 2019 — that Jones flipped a 3-yard pass to tight end Kaden Smith to give the Giants a 41-35 overtime victory over Washington at FedEx Field. Yes, the final result meant Washington, and not the Giants, were locked in with the No. 2 pick in the NFL draft. Yes, it meant Washington, and not the Giants, was in position to select Chase Young out of Ohio State. Yes, it meant the Giants missed out on a premier pass rusher. But coming out of that day, it sure as heck looked as if the Giants found their next franchise quarterback and nothing is more important than that. Jones threw for 352 yards, five touchdowns and no interceptions. He never really embraced the “Danny Dimes” moniker — his teammates prefer...
    Juanmonino | E+ | Getty Images Congress wants business owners to head out to restaurants and claim a full tax deduction for doing so. Whether it will be enough to save embattled dining establishments is another story, financial advisors and tax professionals said. The $900 billion proposal, which was released on Monday and weighs in at 5,593 pages, includes a range of relief measures intended to get Americans through the pandemic. The measure includes $600 stimulus checks for adults and children, as well as a $300 weekly unemployment boost. The legislation also encourages business owners to help support restaurants by visiting often. More from Advisor Insight:How financial advisors say to use your $600 stimulus checkHere's who's likely eligible for a second stimulus checkCovid relief bill adds PPP tax breaks the Treasury opposed Indeed, the bill calls for a "temporary allowance of full deduction for business meals," and it applies to...
    BOSTON (CBS) — When Stephon Gilmore fell in a heap during Sunday’s game against the Dolphins, most viewers — and likely Gilmore himself — feared the worst. Apparently, though, there’s some good news on that front, as it appears as though the veteran cornerback has avoided any torn ligaments. That’s according to NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport, who reported Monday morning that despite the Patriots’ initial report of a knee injury, the issue is more muscular than structural for Gilmore. “It was initially labeled a knee injury. My understanding is that it was actually a leg injury and not nearly as serious as it appears,” Rapoport said on the network. That being said, Rapoport said that Gilmore is expected to miss the Patriots’ final two games of the season. But by avoiding a torn knee, his rehab and recovery time figures to be much, much shorter. “Based on where the Patriots...
    The Kansas City Chiefs are stocking up on wide receivers ahead of the start of the playoffs. Ahead of Week 15, the Kansas City Chiefs own the top seed in the AFC. Most of the credit can be given to quarterback Patrick Mahomes and his bevy of weapons in the passing game. That is why many pundits and fans have gone on to say that the Chiefs are the overwhelming favorites to represent the AFC in Super Bowl 55 this February. For those wondering if it was even possible for the Chiefs offense to add more weapons, the answer is yes. According to NFL Media’s Ian Rapoport, the Chiefs are expected to sign former Minnesota Vikings and Tennessee Titans wide receiver Tajae Sharpe to their practice squad. Sharpe was waived by the Vikings earlier this week. Merry Christmas, Patrick. You’re getting another receiver! The #Chiefs are expected to sign former...
    A YOUNG mum is fighting for her life in hospital after a horrifying car crash that has left her three sons dead. Nur Aimi Nadiah Abdul Rahim, 27, is unaware her three boys, aged seven, three and one, were all killed in the devastating smash on their way back from a holiday as she is still in a critical condition in intensive care. 4Mum Nur Aimi Nadiah Abdul Rahim, 27, is fighting for her life after a car crash that killed her three young sonsCredit: Newsflash 4The silver hatchback was crumpled in the horror crash in MalaysiaCredit: Newsflash The secretary was on her way back from a holiday in her family village with sons Muhammad Adam Hakimi Muhammad Alhafiz, 7, Muhammad Lutfi Hakim, 3, and Muhammad Affan Hafiy, one, when tragedy struck, reported Sinar Harian. The three brothers were killed in the collision between their mum’s car and two lorries...
    CHRISTMAS 2020 was always going be a festive season like no other – and now the PM is asking us all to go further and have a merry LITTLE Christmas. Boris Johnson last night urged families to minimise the size of their festive get-togethers and avoid staying overnight as Covid numbers continue to soar. ⚠️ Read our coronavirus live blog for the latest news & updates 5From no singing to open windows, Covid-proof your Christmas with these tipsCredit: Getty Images - Getty 5Boris Johnson urged families to minimise the size of their festive get-togethersCredit: PA:Press Association But the planned three-household bubbles  will remain and now the onus is on everyone to keep as safe as we can. After the year we’ve had it’s easy to understand why people want to see their loved ones this Christmas. But the virus is still a big threat. On Tuesday we saw more...
    WEARING a used face mask can be worse than not wearing one at all, a new study has claimed. Researchers specifically looked at the three-layer surgical masks, which are commonly worn among healthcare professionals. ⚠️ Read our coronavirus live blog for the latest news & updates 2The three-layer masks are among the most recommended to protect yourself and others from contracting Covid-19Credit: Alamy 2The researcher's model showed that when people wear face masks, it changes the way the air flows around the faceCredit: Getty Images - Getty They found that when the masks are worn for the first time the can filter out nearly three-quarters of tiny particles that stay in the air and are most responsible for infection. However, if that same mask is used more than once they only filter out one-quarter of the tiny droplets because the masks become deformed with each wear. The researchers, from...
    Wearing a used mask can be less effective at protecting against coronavirus than not wearing one at all, a new study suggests. Researchers looked at three-layer surgical masks, which are very common among healthcare professionals. They found that, when new, these masks can filter out nearly three-quarters of tiny particles that linger in the air and are most responsible for infection. But, when used more than once, they filter out just one-quarter of the minuscule droplets because the masks become deformed with each wear. The team, from the University of Massachusetts Lowell and California Baptist University, says the findings provide evidence for why mask shape should be considered when examining their protection and designing new masks. A new study found that new three-layer surgical masks can filter out 65% of tiny coronavirus-infected particles but used masks can filter out just 25% because the mask becomes worn out. 'It is...
    The Washington Football Team’s 23-15 win over San Francisco moves the team into first place of the NFC East at 6-7 with three games remaining. Just like 2015. Four straight wins entering week 15 just like 2012. The backup takes over midway through week 14 to give Washington a sixth win, just like 2007. When are we just going to realize that the football gods have been toying with us all year? At 6-7 the team controls its path to the playoffs for the first time since early in the season. Yes, I refuse to use the phrase “control your own destiny” because destiny by definition is not controllable. They control their path to the NFC East title, and that’s enough for me at this time. And before we get too crazy, let’s enjoy the year for what it is. Previous playoff runs have had us confident that “the good...
    This is elfed up. A couple in Overland Park, Kansas, learned the hard way that elves and ovens don’t mix. Now, the pair are sharing their newfound wisdom with other parents on social media with a very important PSA: “Bake cookies, not elves.” Chelsea Hightower told Fox News in an interview that she and her husband Matt Hightower had been alternating nights hiding the three elves – one for each of their children – around the home. “The night before they were in the fridge all night because the milk went bad,” she said, noting her husband came up with the idea to put the elves in the oven so “they can get warm in there.” Matt put the elves in the oven, along with a sign “It’s a lot toastier in here!” and then the two went to bed. Though, the oven was about to get a lot more...
    Marvel will move forward without one of its most popular movie characters. Since the tragic passing of Chadwick Boseman in August, fans have wondered what will come of T'Challa, the star's character from Marvel's "Avengers" franchise and the standalone Oscar-nominated film "Black Panther." At Disney's Investor Day presentation, Marvel executive Kevin Feige announced that the character "will not" be recast. No other details about the future of the franchise were provided. 'BLACK PANTHER' SEQUEL TO BEGIN SHOOTING IN JULY 2021: REPORT Chadwick Boseman as T'Challa. The role 'will not' be recast, Marvel executive Kevin Feige said. (Marvel) The studio is putting together a sequel to the hit solo outing, "Black Panther II," set for a May 6, 2022 release. Ryan Coogler, director and co-writer of the first flick, will return to both positions for the future. CHADWICK BOSEMAN'S 'BLACK PANTHER' DIRECTOR RYAN COOGLER PENS TRIBUTE TO LATE ACTOR Boseman...
    This hilarious video a three-year-old girl loses her temper with Siri after the digital assistant failed to follow her instructions.  Three-year-old Mia Summers lost her temper with the virtual assistant on her pink iPad, when it continually misunderstood her simple request to play TikTok videos. Mia, from King's Lynn, Norfolk, began to get impatient as her parents Andy, 39, and Hayley, 36, watched in hysterics. Mia Summers, three, from King 's Lynn, Norfolk, lost her temper when she failed to get Siri to play TikTok videos on her pink iPad The video was posted online by her parents Andy and Haley, who described Mia's reaction as 'hilarious' Mia, pictured with her parents Andy and Hayley and sister Libby got angry when Siri failed to understand her instructions Mr Summers said: 'It's so funny to see her get so angry at technology - she can go from a...
    KAILYN Lowry has been slammed for not wearing her seatbelt while driving in the latest episode of Teen Mom 2. The 28-year-old was branded "irresponsible" and "dumb" for not taking the precaution - despite vowing to drive more safely after totaling her car in 2011. 10Kailyn Lowry was slammed for not wearing a seatbelt while drivingCredit: MTV Kailyn sparked backlash after a Teen Mom viewer shared a screenshot of the MTV star in her car without a seatbelt. The user asked: "Has Kail ever worn a seatbelt while driving?" "It’s so dumb. Such a simple thing to do every time you drive. And as a mother of 4, why isn’t she trying to protect herself and be safe???" another added. A third claimed Kailyn wasn't being a good role model to her four sons - Isaac, 10, Lincoln, seven, Lux, three and three-month-old baby Creed. 10She was branded 'irresponsible'...
    Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron defended his decision not to present murder charges to the grand jury hearing the case of Breonna Taylor, telling the OutLoud podcast that such charges were not appropriate because Taylor’s boyfriend, Kenneth Walker, fired first at the police officers. “The officers were justified in returning fire,” Cameron said. “It is not me making these decisions in a vacuum. I have a team of prosecutors and investigators with over 200 years of combined experience.” Taylor was a 26-year-old Black woman who was shot and killed in her apartment by three Louisville police officers in March who had a no-knock warrant and forced entry into her residence in connection with a drug case, according to The Washington Times. Walker, saying he did not hear the officers identify themselves, thought they were intruders and fired a warning shot. Although policemen Jonathan Mattingly and Myles Cosgrove shot Taylor a...
    Face shields offer no protection against coronavirus if an infected person nearby sneezes without a mask on, a study shows.  Researchers used computer models to visualise the spread of droplets around a face shield ejected by a human sneeze from 3ft (1m) away. It reveals 'vortex rings' produced by the sneeze carry infectious particles to the face shield in less than a second and stick to the edges of the plastic.  Researchers say if the timing of this wave of coronavirus particles coincides with the face shield wearer breathing in, the person can become infected.   Throughout the Covid-19 pandemic they became popular with many groups, including beauticians and hairdressers.  In August, SAGE warned hairdressers and barbers should wear face coverings and not just visors in order to help curb the spread of coronavirus. In order to open welcome back clients in July, hairdressers, barbers, nail technicians and tattooists were told...
    CHICAGO -- Matt Nagy saw it five years ago when he was an assistant on Andy Reid's staff in Kansas City. The Chiefs answered a big slump with a massive turnaround, catapulting them to the playoffs.Nagy is hoping for something similar in his third season coaching Chicago.The Bears look to break a five-game losing streak when they host the Detroit Lions in a matchup of struggling teams on Sunday."I was on a team in a previous life where we lost five in a row," Nagy said. "We lost five in a row and we went ahead and won 10 in a row, and I remember the feeling of what it was like, and it was very similar to right now. And so, at that point in time though, we got that one win and, man, it felt different going into that next week for everybody."The Chiefs were reeling with five...
    By Michel Rose PARIS (Reuters) - French President Emmanuel Macron on Friday rejected accusations his government had taken an illiberal turn with a contested bill to protect police officers and a crackdown on Islamist groups. The bill, which would have curbed the freedom to share images identifying police officers, a key plank in Macron's plans to court right-wing voters by being tougher on law and order, had sparked outrage among journalists. Asked in an interview by the Brut website about international media branding his police plans "illiberal", Macron said: "Today, the situation is not satisfactory but, forgive me, that doesn't make us an authoritarian state." "We're not Hungary, Turkey or somesuch," he said. "I can't let it be said we're reducing liberties in our country." Protests over the plans escalated after the release of video footage of a Black man being beaten up by three police officers inside his own...
    The Jets are trudging to the finish line of another lost season, but for Harvey Langi, there’s no such thing.  For the Jets’ new starting inside linebacker, there are five more chances to do what wasn’t always a given after he and his wife were involved in a horrific car accident in 2017: play in the NFL. And in the three games since he broke into the starting lineup, Langi has led the Jets with 29 tackles while playing with the energy and motor of a man who is determined not to let a second chance go to waste.  “Professionally, once I knew I was OK and I was alive and I could move my body and move my feet, I’m like, ‘You know what, whatever anybody says, I’m going to overcome this. I’m going to work hard to get back on that field,’ ” Langi said Wednesday after...
    VIDEO5:1705:17The next three to six months will be challenging, but long-term growth is strong: Dallas Fed Pres.Closing Bell Dallas Federal Reserve President Robert Kaplan said he wouldn't be in favor of changing the central bank's bond-purchasing program even though he sees some rocky times ahead for the U.S. economy. Speaking Wednesday to CNBC, Kaplan said financial conditions are such that the Fed probably doesn't need to do more than its current pace of at least $120 billion a month in Treasurys and mortgage-backed securities. "I would not want to do that at this point," he said during a "Closing Bell" interview. "I'll go into the December meeting with an open mind. But I think we've got very accommodative financial conditions, we've got historically low rates on the long end, and so I don't know that increasing the size or extending maturities of our bond purchases would help address this situation...
    An Arizona couple, whose children and niece drowned last year when their family car was swept away in a surging creek, pleaded not guilty to manslaughter and child abuse charges on Tuesday.  Lacey and Daniel Rawlings were indicted by a grand jury on three counts of reckless manslaughter and seven counts of child abuse in connection with the November 2019 accident, according to KTVK, citing documents from the Gila County Superior Court.  ARIZONA GIRL WILLA RAWLINGS' BODY FOUND 2 WEEKS AFTER FLASH FLOOD SWEPT HER AWAY The road closed near Bar X road and Tonto Creek after a vehicle was washed by flood waters in Tonto Basin, Ariz. (Patrick Breen/The Arizona Republic via AP,File) The couple was driving in a military-style truck on Nov. 29, 2019 with their four children and three nieces when they got stuck trying to cross Tonto Creek after the region saw a heavy amount of rainfall.  The path had been marked...