WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The Pentagon said on Tuesday that two Iranian warships had linked up with a cargo ship that Iran says is carrying humanitarian aid to Yemen, adding it was monitoring the ships "every step of the way." "We're not overly concerned at this point. It's a single ship that we’ve got very good accountability of," Pentagon spokesman Colonel Steve Warren told a news briefing. Warren said the two warships "linked up" with the cargo ship when it passed an area where they had been conducting, according to Tehran, counter-piracy operations. Another Pentagon spokesman said this happened on Monday. (Reporting by Phil Stewart; Editing by Will Dunham)
- The State
Clarrissa Winchester died Nov. 9 when she was seven months pregnant. The baby died as well.
- Business Insider
Trump Org. rests case on sour note in NY tax fraud trial after judge scolds defense over 11th-hour evidence dump
Trump's real-estate company rested its defense case in a Manhattan tax fraud trial, after getting scolded by the judge for an 11th-hour evidence dump.
- Rolling Stone
Facing intense GOP pressure, Republican strongholds in Arizona are waiting until the last possible moment to certify their election results
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Emergency officials say ash and Pele’s hair could blanket parts of the island.
- Fox News
After Virginia Rep. Donald McEachin died Monday following a battle with cancer, the new Congress will begin with a vacancy until there is a special election.
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Lopez and Affleck ended their engagement in 2004. "It sent me on a spiral for the next 18 years where I just couldn't get it right," the singer shared.
- Fox News
Donna D’Errico rocks red silk lingerie as former 'Baywatch' star gets into holiday spirit with OnlyFans shoot
The ex "Baywatch" actress, 54, posed in her bedroom while wearing a strappy red bra with matching bottoms for a "Cyber Monday" snap shared on social media.
The late night host mocked the "meeting of the mindless" before revealing which part of the meal he'd have loved to have seen.
- The Daily Beast
Photo Illustration by Thomas Levinson/The Daily Beast/GettyABUJA, Nigeria—Russia’s infamous Wagner Group is freeing hardened rebels held in jail cells in the Central African Republic and deploying them overseas, including in Ukraine’s eastern Donbas region, two senior military officers in CAR told The Daily Beast.According to the sources in CAR, where armed rebels have controlled large parts of the country for about a decade, dozens of men held in military and police custody for crimes such as r
Financial experts break down what you need to earn to afford a median-priced home in the United States.
- The Telegraph
It seemed like quintessential Cristiano Ronaldo when the Portugal captain ghosted between Uruguay defenders to get the faintest of headers on a Bruno Fernandes cross, then claimed a goal which may not have been his. Unfortunately for the unattached striker, tenuous goal claims are tougher than ever in the era of hi-tech football.
"Patrick 'Bronze' Lavon Mahomes III 🤴🏽11/28/22 7lbs 8oz 🤍," the couple wrote on Monday in a joint Instagram post, announcing the arrival of their second baby
The family of the late Katie Meyer, formerly Stanford University’s star soccer captain, is suing the university for wrongful death, after Meyer took her life in her dorm room in February. Last week, Santa Clara County ruled that “there is no indication of foul play, and Meyer’s death was determined to be self-inflicted,” prompting Meyer’s family to file a lawsuit on Wednesday, Sports Illustrated reported.
- Touchdown Wire
The Broncos' defense seems to have had enough of carrying Russell Wilson's water.
- Rutgers Wire
Paul Finebaum gives his four teams for the College Football Playoff.
This Woman's Boss Said She Had To Either Work Last Minute Or Be Fired, So She Quit, And People Are Cheering Her On
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- Broncos Wire
Broncos fans want Russell Wilson's social media team to stop the 'tone deaf' tweets while Denver is struggling.
- Miami Herald
An sharp-eyed UPS deliveryman came through in the clutch on Florida’s Space Coast.
USMNT captain Tyler Adams graciously handled a question from an Iranian journalist about discrimination in the US
Tyler Adams was also informed that he'd been mispronouncing "Iran" by the journalist, but the American used the moment to gracefully answer a tough question.
- The Hill
Correction: An AARP poll released last week had Sen. Raphael Warnock (D) leading GOP candidate Herschel Walker by 4 percentage points. Early voting is underway in Georgia in what promises to be an intense week-and-a-half of campaigning between GOP Senate candidate Herschel Walker and incumbent Democratic Sen. Raphael Warnock. Walker and Warnock were forced to…