Police are investigating a shooting that happened early Monday morning in Lancaster.
- LA Times
At Sunday's Grammys, Mick Fleetwood said the band no longer plans to perform together as Fleetwood Mac after longtime member Christine McVie's death.
- Miami Herald
Tom Brady posts his first Instagram thirst trap since his divorce.
- USA TODAY
Harry Styles took home two Grammy Awards Sunday night, including Album of the Year, but many took to social media to criticize his "cringe" speech.
- Yahoo Sports
Super Bowl 2023: Chiefs rookie went from Wendy's to intercepting NFL's best QBs. Will Jalen Hurts be next?
Jaylen Watson is a seventh-round pick who's already made his mark on both this season and the Chiefs' overall team-building approach. Now he hopes to make one in the Super Bowl.
- The Hill
With the price of eggs in California nearly tripling in the past year, many people are going farther to find cheaper prices, even crossing the border into Mexico. But at the San Ysidro crossing between San Diego and Tijuana, hundreds and hundreds of eggs are sitting behind closed doors.
- Yahoo Life
Is a mayonnaise shortage on the horizon? As prices rise, experts share the best substitutes for the condiment.
Experts say rising soybean and egg costs have put mayonnaise prices on the rise as well.
- Associated Press
Like thousands of other Austin residents, Darin Murphy began a sixth day Monday with no power in his home, wrapping his head around the city's latest demoralizing update: Getting the lights fully back on may take another week. Making any plans has been difficult — and downright infuriating — for nearly 20,000 customers who still had no electricity Monday nearly a week after a deadly ice storm crippled the Texas capital and brought down power lines under the weight of fallen and frozen tree limbs. Schools finally reopened, but noisy generators rattled before dawn and outdoor extension cords running 100 feet (30 meters) or longer became lifelines between neighbors who had power and those who didn't.
- The New York Times
WASHINGTON — As President Joe Biden prepared to deliver one of the biggest speeches of his presidency, he met with a close group of aides at the White House and read drafts aloud from top to bottom. He practiced in front of teleprompters at Camp David, making sure the language was relatable and clear. And, in quiet moments ahead of the State of the Union address Tuesday evening, he marked up his speech with subtle lines and dashes that he has long used as a signal to take a breath, pause between
- Associated Press
Secretary of State Antony Blinken was going to be in Beijing, meeting with President Xi Jinping in a high-stakes bid to ease ever-rising tensions between the world’s two largest economies. Instead, Blinken was spending the day in Washington after abruptly cancelling his visit late last week as the U.S. and China exchanged angry words about a suspected Chinese spy balloon the U.S. shot down. As fraught as the US-China relationship had been ahead of Blinken’s planned trip, it’s even worse now and there’s little hope for it improving anytime soon.
- The Root
Will the TJ Holmes/Amy Robach saga ever end? A new report by The Cut exposes the salacious culture that apparently has been the norm at ABC for a long time. Both GMA3 anchors were forced to leave the network after their rumored affair was made public in November of last year. However, it appears that it was just the tip of the iceberg.
- Yahoo Sports
Ronnie Rivers won big at Caesars Palace on Saturday on a single hand of three-card poker.
Reddit Is Furious at These Misogynistic Parents' Outrageous Double Standards for Their Son & Daughter
We may have just entered 2023, but plenty of people are still holding onto sexist gender ideals that have been around since — oh, I don’t know —the beginning of time. In a Reddit post on the “Am I the A-Hole” thread, one son explains that his sister was a “total tomboy” growing up, much […]
- Good Morning America
Residents near the Ohio-Pennsylvania state line who were told to evacuate after tanker cars derailed in a fiery crash days ago have still not been allowed to return home. Crews conducted a controlled release and burn of toxic chemicals from five of the derailed cars that were in danger of exploding on Monday afternoon. A large ball of fire and plume of black smoke could be seen billowing high into the sky from the smoldering derailment site in East Palestine, Ohio, as the controlled burn took place.
- Business Insider
An F-22 fighter jet fired a single air-to-air missile at the high-altitude surveillance balloon, sending it plummeting into the Atlantic Ocean.
- Associated Press
Beyond the beating, kicking, cursing and pepper spraying, the video of Tyre Nichols’ deadly arrest at the hands of young Memphis police officers is just as notable for what's missing — any experienced supervisors showing up to stop them. Former Memphis police recruiters told The Associated Press of a growing desperation to fill hundreds of slots in recent years that drove the department to increase incentives and lower its standards. “They would allow just pretty much anybody to be a police officer because they just want these numbers,” said Alvin Davis, a former lieutenant in charge of recruiting before he retired last year out of frustration.
Donald Trump's Lawyers Reportedly Want Him to Blame Melania for Stormy Daniels' Payment to Avoid Felony Charges
You probably haven’t heard the name Stormy Daniels for a while, but that $130,000 hush payment Donald Trump made to the adult-film actress in 2016 is still haunting him. The Manhattan District Attorney’s office believes that the money was a violation of “election and business-records laws,” so they are pondering felony charges. According to Rolling […]
- Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
12-year-old girl sues off-duty Kenosha officer, school district and city arguing her rights were violated when the officer knelt on her neck for more than 20 seconds
Jerrel Perez and his daughter are suing the Kenosha Unified School District, City of Kenosha and police officer Shawn Guetschow over "unreasonable" restraint.
- Yahoo News
Competing priorities have resulted in debate over whether federal regulators should allow more exports of natural gas, and whether to approve the construction of terminals for that purpose.
- NBC Sports Boston
Peyton Manning easily could've run away from Tom Brady and the Patriots when he was figuring out his post-Colts career, but he embraced the challenge of facing the New England juggernaut.
- ABC News Videos
The balloon was shot down by an F-22 fighter jet off the coast of South Carolina after traveling across the U.S.