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  • Navy SEAL Promoted After Choking Green Beret to Death
    The Daily Beast

    Navy SEAL Promoted After Choking Green Beret to Death

    The U.S. Navy promoted Chief Petty Officer Tony DeDolph four months after he admitted to choking a Green Beret to death. DeDolph—who will be back in court Thursday for a preliminary hearing—was formally charged in November 2018 with felony murder, conspiracy, obstruction of justice, burglary, hazing, and involuntary manslaughter in the strangulation death of Army Staff Sgt. Logan Melgar, a Special Forces soldier assigned to the 3rd Special Forces Group. Melgar was nearing the end of his deployment when he was killed in the West African nation of Mali in June 2017.

  • 20 people who Trump has personally known and then claimed he didn't
    Business Insider

    20 people who Trump has personally known and then claimed he didn't

    Over the last few years, President Donald Trump has named many, many individuals he claims he doesn't know when they've been embroiled in controversy. Each of the individuals have either scrutinized Trump or been involved in scandals, showing how quickly the president wants to disassociate himself with them. From witnesses involved in the Impeachment testimonies to celebrities from his past, here is a list of people Trump has said he "doesn't know" but actually did.

  • Kobe Bryant helicopter video emerges showing ill-fated flight minutes before crash
    The Independent

    Kobe Bryant helicopter video emerges showing ill-fated flight minutes before crash

    A video that appears to show Kobe Bryant's helicopter circling over California roughly 15 minutes before the fatal crash has been posted online, illustrating the foggy conditions faced by the chopper on its last flight. In the video, which was posted by a user on Twitter who said they live in the Los Angeles suburb of Glendale — where Bryant's flight circled for roughly 10 minutes on Sunday awaiting instruction, according to flight records — the helicopter can be seen moving slowly in the sky above, obscured by the early morning fog. Flight data shows that Bryant's helicopter circled near Glendale for roughly 11 minutes as it awaited instruction from air traffic control after foggy flight conditions worsened after takeoff.

  • Get Early Access to Backcountry’s Big Winter Sale Right Now
    Popular Mechanics

    Get Early Access to Backcountry’s Big Winter Sale Right Now

    Now's a better time than any to stock up on hiking boots, jackets, and more outdoor gear. From Popular Mechanics

  • A Dangerous Game: Russia and America Keep Flying Their Planes Near Each Other's Borders
    The National Interest

    A Dangerous Game: Russia and America Keep Flying Their Planes Near Each Other's Borders

    Key point: During the Cold War, Moscow and Washington also tested each other's nerves and resolve by flying close by. Six Russian Tu-95 heavy bombers and several Russian Su-35 fighters probed U.S. air-defenses on May 20 and May 21, 2019, prolonging a period of aerial tension between the Moscow and Washington. U.S. Air Force F-22 stealth fighters and supporting aircraft on both days peacefully intercepted the Russian planes.

  • Harvard Chemistry Dept. Head Charged with Failing to Disclose Chinese Funding
    National Review

    Harvard Chemistry Dept. Head Charged with Failing to Disclose Chinese Funding

    The head of Harvard University's chemistry department has been charged with failing to disclose funding from the Chinese government, according to an indictment unsealed on Tuesday. Charles Lieber, the department head, allegedly hid his participation in China's “thousand talents” program from officials in the Defense Department and the National Institutes of Health. China uses what it calls “talent plans” to encourage scientific research by providing government funding to select scientists.

  • China Demands Apology From Danish Newspaper Over Virus Cartoon
    Bloomberg

    China Demands Apology From Danish Newspaper Over Virus Cartoon

    “We express our strong indignation and demand that Jyllands-Posten and [cartoonist] Niels Bo Bojesen reproach themselves for their mistake and publicly apologize to the Chinese people,” the embassy said in a statement posted on its website. When asked to comment, Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen avoided any direct reference to Jyllands-Posten's cartoon. “I have nothing to say on the matter other than [to note that] we have a very strong tradition in Denmark not just for freedom of speech but also for freedom of satire, and we'll continue to have that in the future,” she said, according to multiple news media including Politiken.

  • How the world discovered the Nazi death camps
    AFP

    How the world discovered the Nazi death camps

    Images of what the Allies found when they liberated the first Nazi death camps towards the end of World War II brought the horror of the Holocaust to global attention. Many of the ghastly pictures were at first held back from the broader public, partly out of concern for those with missing relatives. The concentration and extermination camps were liberated one by one as the Allied armies advanced on Berlin in the final days of the 1939-1945 war.

  • British man dies in US immigration detention in Florida
    The Guardian

    British man dies in US immigration detention in Florida

    A British man has died while being held in US immigration detention in Florida, the Guardian has confirmed. The death was first reported by BuzzFeed News, which said the man was 39 years old and that the cause was initially attributed to asphyxiation due to hanging. “Our staff are in contact with the US authorities following the death of a British man in Florida,” said a spokeswoman for the Foreign Office in London.

  • Idaho Nurse Sentenced to 3 Years in Prison for Helping Cover Up Kelsey Berreth’s Murder
    The Daily Beast

    Idaho Nurse Sentenced to 3 Years in Prison for Helping Cover Up Kelsey Berreth’s Murder

    A former Idaho nurse was sentenced to three years in prison on Tuesday for helping Patrick Frazee cover up the murder of his fiancée last Thanksgiving. Krystal Lee, 33, was sentenced after pleading guilty in February to evidence tampering and testifying against Frazee, her on-again, off-again boyfriend, who was convicted of killing 29-year-old Kelsey Berreth. Frazee, a 33-year-old cattle rancher, was convicted in November on all six charges against him for the slaying and disappearance of Berreth and was sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole, plus 156 years.

  • Think Tank Warns Iowa Democrats: Supporting Bernie Sanders Is Good for Donald Trump
    Time

    Think Tank Warns Iowa Democrats: Supporting Bernie Sanders Is Good for Donald Trump

    Third Way, a center-left think tank, will send roughly 300 prominent Iowa Democrats a memo on Tuesday warning that supporting Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders in the Democratic primary is what “Trump wants you to do. The memo, which was obtained by TIME and first reported by Iowa Starting Line, comes less than a week before the first-in-the-nation caucuses in Iowa on Feb. 3, just as Sanders appears to be solidifying his support in early states. Multiple polls now indicate that Sanders is among the top two candidates, either narrowly leading or narrowly trailing former Vice President Joe Biden.

  • From dancing to indoor fishing, people quarantined in Wuhan are finding creative ways to stave off the boredom of being stranded due to coronavirus
    Business Insider

    From dancing to indoor fishing, people quarantined in Wuhan are finding creative ways to stave off the boredom of being stranded due to coronavirus

    A coronavirus outbreak that originated in Wuhan, China has now killed 106 people and infected more than 4,500. There are around 11 million people living in Wuhan, and they have been in lockdown since Thursday. As millions of people in central China remain under quarantine in an attempt to prevent the spread of the Wuhan coronavirus, a fresh problem is emerging: boredom.

  • Evan Rachel Wood under fire over tweet calling Kobe Bryant a ‘rapist’
    The Independent

    Evan Rachel Wood under fire over tweet calling Kobe Bryant a ‘rapist’

    Actor Evan Rachel Wood is facing backlash for calling Kobe Bryant a “rapist” shortly after it was reported he and his 13-year-old daughter had died in a helicopter crash. Bryant, 41, and his daughter Gianna were killed alongside seven other people when the helicopter they were travelling in crashed in Calabasas, California on Sunday. In 2003, Bryant was charged with felony sexual assault after a 19-year-old accused him of raping her in a Colorado hotel room.

  • Two Satellites Could Collide Tomorrow Night
    Popular Mechanics

    Two Satellites Could Collide Tomorrow Night

    Leo Labs, a venture-based company that monitors satellites in Low Earth Orbit, tweeted yesterday that it was tracking two satellites that will come within 15 to 30 meters of each other January 29, just before 6:40 p.m. EST. The two satellites are IRAS, a decommissioned NASA space telescope, and GGSE-4, a US Naval Research Lab intelligence satellite. LeoLabs, a company that monitors the trajectories of spacecraft in Low Earth Orbit, tweeted Monday afternoon that it was monitoring the close approach of two satellites that are likely to come within meters of each other on Wednesday, January 29.

  • There Is No Going Back If Iran Sinks A U.S. Navy Aircraft Carrier
    The National Interest

    There Is No Going Back If Iran Sinks A U.S. Navy Aircraft Carrier

    Key point: The will to prepare is as important as the will to win, yet for too long, the United States has neglected a focused and disciplined approach to properly resourcing the U.S. Navy's fleet. The recent oil tanker attacks in the Gulf of Oman reinforce the need to reestablish a highly visible U.S. naval deterrent in the Middle East. For eight months last year, no aircraft carrier strike group plied the region, the longest such interruption this millennium.

  • Four co-workers in Germany contract coronavirus after Chinese colleague visits
    Reuters

    Four co-workers in Germany contract coronavirus after Chinese colleague visits

    Four people who work at the same company in southern Germany have been infected with the coronavirus, and one of them contracted it from a colleague visiting their workplace in China, officials said on Tuesday. In one of the first cases of person-to-person transmission outside China, a 33-year-old man apparently contracted the virus on Jan. 21 during a training session with a Chinese colleague, the ministry said. German car parts supplier Webasto [WEBA.UL] earlier on Tuesday said an employee at its headquarters in Stockdorf, Bavaria, had become infected following the visit of an employee from China.

  • Taliban says it gunned down U.S. military plane in Afghanistan, killing all personnel onboard
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    Taliban says it gunned down U.S. military plane in Afghanistan, killing all personnel onboard

    The Taliban said it had shot down a U.S. military plane in the central Afghan province of Ghazni on Monday, killing all personnel onboard.

  • Mexico deports 2,300 Hondurans from '2020 Caravan'
    AFP

    Mexico deports 2,300 Hondurans from '2020 Caravan'

    Mexican migration authorities said they have deported 2,300 Hondurans who illegally crossed over from Guatemala with a caravan heading to the United States. The "assisted return" of the Central Americans took place between January 18 and Monday, according to the interior ministry and the National Migration Institute. A total of 1,064 Honduran migrants were deported on National Guard planes and charter aircraft, they said in a statement.

  • Woman indicted for capital murder in mom's abduction, death
    Associated Press

    Woman indicted for capital murder in mom's abduction, death

    A woman accused of kidnapping a Texas mother who was later found dead was indicted Tuesday on a capital murder charge. The indictment accused Magen Fieramusca, 34, of strangling Heidi Broussard with a leash and her hands on or about Dec. 12, the day Broussard and daughter Margot Carey were reported missing from their apartment in southern Austin. An arrest affidavit had previously alleged that Fieramusca hatched an elaborate scheme to present the victim's baby girl as her own.

  • Biden reportedly said he wouldn't be running if Mitt Romney was president
    The Week

    Biden reportedly said he wouldn't be running if Mitt Romney was president

    In that sense, there doesn't appear to have been an ideological motivation that spurred the 77-year-old's decision to jump into the crowded Democratic primary last year, except for defeating the incumbent, President Trump, The New York Times reports. In fact, Biden reportedly told the Times while campaigning in Iowa before the state's caucus kicks off the election process next week that he likely wouldn't even have launched a campaign if someone like Sen. Mitt Romney (R-Utah) was the one seeking re-election, amplifying Biden's message that Democrats and Republicans need not be in a state of "perpetual war" in a post-Trump America. It's Trump, and Trump alone, that compelled former President Barack Obama's right hand man to take one last crack at the Oval Office.

  • Democrats Are Calling on DNC to Allow Bloomberg to Join Debates
    Bloomberg

    Democrats Are Calling on DNC to Allow Bloomberg to Join Debates

    Democrats concerned that presidential candidate Michael Bloomberg is avoiding scrutiny by not participating in televised debates with other candidates are pushing the party to allow the billionaire on stage.Bloomberg hasn't been eligible for debates since joining the race Nov. 24 because he's self-funding his campaign. The Democratic National Committee requires a certain level of donations from individuals to qualify for the debate stage. Bloomberg has spent $278 million of his own money so far in ads, an effort that has earned him fourth place in recent national polls.

  • 'My alarm bells went off': One witness offers his account of Kobe Bryant's helicopter crash
    Business Insider

    'My alarm bells went off': One witness offers his account of Kobe Bryant's helicopter crash

    Scott Daehlin, who witnessed Kobe Bryant's fatal crash, said he heard the helicopter hovering in low cloud cover seconds before it crashed in the hills in Calabasas, California. Daehlin called 911 and guided first responders to the crash site. Scott Daehlin, a sound engineer, was standing outside a church in Calabasas, California, when Kobe Bryant's helicopter crashed into the surrounding hills.

  • A woman who had embryos frozen before cancer treatment is barred from using them since she got divorced
    INSIDER

    A woman who had embryos frozen before cancer treatment is barred from using them since she got divorced

    Before undergoing cancer treatment in 2014, Ruby Torres and her then-boyfriend John Joseph Terrell decided to freeze embryos, since the treatment could have jeopardized her ability to have children later. But after getting married and surviving cancer, the couple divorced in 2017, eventually leaving the fate of the embryos in the court's hands. Torres wanted to use the embryos have children, but Terrell didn't want his ex-wife to have his biological children.

  • Israel's Air Force Has a New Air-Launched "Rampage" Ballistic Missile
    The National Interest

    Israel's Air Force Has a New Air-Launched "Rampage" Ballistic Missile

    Key point: Israel has a ballistic missile it can fire from its jet fighters. Israel reportedly used in combat for the first time a new kind of fast, long-range missile. According to aviation journalist Babak Taghvaee, on April 13, 2019 Israeli air force warplanes fired, for the first time, at least one Rampage air-launched ballistic missile at a missile factory and weapons warehouses in Masyaf, Syria.

  • The coronavirus' crown-like spikes give the virus family its name — here's what it looks like
    Business Insider

    The coronavirus' crown-like spikes give the virus family its name — here's what it looks like

    BSIP/UIG Via Getty Images A coronavirus outbreak that started in Wuhan, China, has killed more than 100 people and spread to at least 16 other countries. The coronavirus family also includes SARS, pneumonia, and the common cold. They're called coronaviruses because under a microscope, the viruses have crown-like spikes protruding from their surfaces.