Former Minnesota police officer Kim Potter took the stand in her own defense -- recalling the moment she used deadly force against Daunte Wright during a traffic stop. Jennifer Mayerle has the details.
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- Yahoo Sports
Cowboys fans were seething on Sunday. Apparently, so was Dak.
- Business Insider
Dramatic footage of tsunami hitting the Pacific island of Tonga after a giant underwater volcano erupted
The massive eruption under the Pacific ocean was just 40 miles away from Tonga. Footage on social media shows people fleeing the waves.
- Yahoo Life
The supermodel, who turns 68 on Feb. 2, appears to be vacationing in the Caribbean.
Jordan Cashmyer, a woman who was featured on MTV’s “16 and Pregnant” in 2014, died in Maryland on Sunday. She was 26 years old. News of Cashmyer’s death was shared by her stepmother, Jessica Cashmyer, through a post written on the Facebook account of the Dennis M. Cashmyer Jr., her husband and Jordan’s father. A […]
- The Daily Beast
ROBYN BECK/AFP via Getty ImagesThere was a time when Donald Trump made news with his rallies—when he said things that utterly shocked us. Who could forget the firestorm he started, for example, when he went after Colin Kaepernick and other NFL players who knelt during the national anthem in 2017, or earlier that year when he called Barack Obama “the founder of ISIS”?Trump’s performance in Arizona on Saturday night—his first rally in months and his much-hyped chance to respond to the one-year ann
- NBC Sports BayArea
After the game, PFWA pool reporter Todd Archer spoke with referee Alex Kemp about the controversial finish. Here is the entire back-and-forth.
Trump claims he couldn't have lost the 2020 presidential election because his Arizona rally boasted thousands of attendees and 'had cars that stretch out for 25 miles'
"There's nobody that can see the end of this crowd," Trump told his supporters at a Saturday rally. "That's not somebody that lost an election."
A Florida Republican who was defeated by 59 percentage points in a congressional special election won't concede
With all precincts reporting, Sheila Cherfilus-McCormick defeated Jason Mariner by a 78.7% to 19.6% margin — a massive 59.1 percentage-point victory.
Steve Bannon claims Trump rally will prompt Arizona to decertify Biden's 2020 election victory. The vote cannot be decertified in any way.
"We're going to decertify Biden electors in Arizona, in Wisconsin, in the commonwealth of Pennsylvania, and in the great state of Georgia," Bannon said.
The former president is angry that one possible candidate hasn't deferred to him.
- Kansas City Star
Mission accomplished. Donna Kelce’s goal was to see son Travis Kelce and the Kansas City Chiefs play in Sunday evening’s postseason game after watching other son Jason play for the Eagles on Sunday afternoon in Tampa.
- NBC Sports BayArea
Kyle Shanahan explains the fourth-down gaffe that could have cost the 49ers the game.
Ghislaine Maxwell ends fight to keep the names of 8 'John Does' a secret after Virginia Giuffre demands they be made public
Ghislaine Maxwell will no longer stand in the way of keeping the names of 8 'John Does' sealed in the Virginia Giuffre lawsuit, her attorney said.
- Fox News
Virginia’s newly sworn-in AG Jason Miyares announced investigations into the Virginia Parole Board and Loudoun County Public Schools within hours of being sworn in while also reportedly gutting the Civil Rights division in his office.
- KABC – Los Angeles
A nurse who was left in critical condition after being assaulted at a bus stop in downtown Los Angeles has died, officials announced Sunday.
Royal expert Patrick Jephson says Kate Middleton holds the future of the monarchy in her hands. Here's why.
- LA Times
Thieves pilfering railroad cars is a crime that harks back to the days of horseback-riding bandits, but is fueled by a host of modern realities including homeless encampments and e-commerce.
We’re only a little over two weeks into 2022 and Jessica Alba already added two new members to the family! On Jan 14, Alba posted a series of photos featuring two new members of the family: two jaw-droppingly adorable puppies! She posted the photos with the caption, “& all the sudden – I became a […]
TOKYO (Reuters) -Japan's government is discussing whether to impose a quasi-state of emergency in the capital, Tokyo, and surrounding areas this week to contain a surge in COVID-19 infections, broadcaster FNN said on Monday. The highly infectious Omicron variant is driving a resurgence in coronavirus cases, which are hovering near record levels, after new infections exceeded 25,000 nationwide in the past two days. Last week, Tokyo Governor Yuriko Koike said the capital would request measures such as a quasi-emergency if the use of beds allocated for COVID-19 patients climbed to 20%.
- NBC Sports BayArea
Cowboys coach Mike McCarthy explained what happened on the bizarre final play against the 49ers.