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Donovan McNabb has been replaced by Nick Foles, but Tom Brady is still Tom Brady as the Pats prepare to face the Eagles in Super Bowl LII.
We've known for some time now that the Colts are expected to make Patriots offensive coordinator Josh McDaniels their next head coach, but nothing can become official until the Patriots are done playing this season. We now know that will be sometime on the evening of February 4 in Minneapolis, but the
The mayor of Pennsylvania's third largest city, Allentown, is scheduled to appear at the start of his federal corruption trial on Monday, accused of soliciting campaign contributions in exchange for public contracts. Mayor Edwin Pawlowski, who was re-elected to fourth term in November despite a sweeping "pay-to-play" indictment, is charged with 54 criminal counts, including bribery, conspiracy and fraud. Pawlowski and Vaughn Spencer, a fellow Democrat who previously served as mayor of Reading, Pennsylvania, were charged in July in a long-running federal corruption investigation.
Before 1973′s Roe v. Wade, the problems were dangerous abortions and unequal access to safe abortions.
By Ian Ransom MELBOURNE (Reuters) - World number one Simona Halep shook off a sleepless night racked with ankle pain to sweep past rising Japanese star Naomi Osaka and into the Australian Open quarter-finals with a 6-3 6-2 victory on Monday. The courageous Halep coaxed her sore ankle ligaments through
WASHINGTON (AP) - For Republicans, Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer is the face of the government shutdown. For immigration advocates, he's their best hope.
MANILA, Philippines (AP) - The Philippines' most active volcano exploded thunderously Monday, sending a huge gray column of lava fragments, ash and steam into the sky and prompting authorities to warn that a violent eruption may be imminent.
Arsenal star Alexis Sanchez has opted for Manchester United over Manchester City because the Red Devils are "miles bigger" than the runaway Premier League leaders, according to Paul Ince. Chile international Sanchez - out of contract at the end of the season - is poised to join United having snubbed Pep Guardiola and City.
A motorcycle bomb exploded in a market in Thailand's southern Yala province on Monday, killing three people and wounding 22, a spokesman for the Internal Security Operations Command (ISOC) said, the first such attack in the region in months. The mostly Muslim provinces of Narathiwat, Pattani and
Wall Street Journal White House reporter Eli Stokols has a possible theory about why Donald Trump reportedly accepted a border wall offering from Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.) - then reneged.
WASHINGTON ― The government shutdown is about to get a lot more visible.
HANOI, Vietnam (AP) - A former oil executive has been sentenced to life in prison and a former high-ranking Vietnamese government official has received a lengthy prison term in a major corruption case. The court in the capital Hanoi sentenced former Politburo member Dinh La Thang, ex-chairman of state
Enes Kanter likes to inject himself in situations he doesn't belong in. The New York Knicks forward likes to take aim at the biggest star in the game, LeBron James, and has said in the past that he would fight LeBron if he had to. Some previous comments from LeBron riled up members of the Knicks organization, and there's been animosity between the two sides ever since.
WASHINGTON ― As lawmakers wage a messaging war over who caused the government shutdown, Republicans and the White House are getting a big boost in their efforts to blame Democrats for the mess ― from the Russians.
By Susan Cornwell and Ginger Gibson WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A U.S. government shutdown will enter its third day on Monday as Senate negotiators failed to reach a deal late on Sunday on Democrats' demand for legislation protecting "Dreamers," young people brought to the country illegally as children. The Senate set a vote for 12 p.m. (1700 GMT) on Monday on advancing a measure that would provide temporary government funding through Feb. 8 and allow thousands of federal employees to return to work. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell also offered an olive branch to Democrats when he pledged in remarks on the Senate floor to bring immigration legislation to a floor debate in early...
Steve Okun of McLarty Associates says it is 'very clear' the Republicans don't yet know who will take the blame for the government shutdown.
The Grown-ish star looked poised and polished at the 2018 SAG Awards.
Kristen Bell opened the 2018 Screen Actors Guild Awards with a brutal dig at first lady Melania Trump.
The Ford-Class is amazing--and quite deadly. Do Russia and China Stand Any Chance Against the Navy's New Aircraft Carrier? The Ford class will embark two squadrons of ten to twelve F-35C Joint Strike Fighters, two squadrons of ten to twelve F/A-18E/F Super Hornets, five EA-18G Growler electronic attack jets, four E-2D Hawkeye airborne early-warning and control aircraft, and two C-2 Greyhound carrier onboard delivery (COD) planes. Down the road, it will embark the MQ-25 Stingray refueling and intelligence collection drone, the eventual planned sixth-generation fighter to replace the Super Hornet, and, if Sen. John McCain has his way, a new long-range strike drone.
Halle Berry was a total knockout at the 2018 SAG Awards.
The "This Is Us" star walked the carpet in a cobalt blue sequined gown designed by Ralph Lauren.
Nicole Kidman went old Hollywood glam on Sunday night at the SAG Awards, pairing her sleek long-sleeved gown with a simple updo and a red lip.
Alison Brie addressed the sexual misconduct allegations waged against her brother-in-law James Franco during a red carpet interview at the 2018 Screen Actors Guild Awards, saying that anyone who "feels victimized should and does have the right to speak out and come forward."
The "I, Tonya" star looked like a total princess on the 2018 SAG Awards red carpet in a pastel pink halter gown complete with a long train, feathered detailing around the waist and pearls that adorned the bodice.
Britain would struggle to match Russian military capabilities on the battlefield and risks falling further behind potential adversaries without more investment, the head of the army will warn Monday. In a rare public speech, Chief of the General Staff Nick Carter is expected to say that Russia is building
Football fans were utterly distressed Sunday night as the New England Patriots secured a spot in yet another Super Bowl.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Democratic Senator Dick Durbin said on Sunday that Senate leaders were discussing a "path" to a vote to provide legal protection for so-called Dreamers, young people who illegally immigrated to the United States as children. "There's a conversation obviously still going on about whether there's a path to getting a vote on the DACA-Dreamer issue," the No. 2 Senate Democrat told Reuters, adding that he did not know how far negotiations between Senate Republican leader Mitch McConnell and Senate Democratic leader Chuck Schumer had advanced. ...
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Republican Senator John Cornyn predicted on Sunday that the U.S. government would remain shut on Monday, as lawmakers meet to negotiate an end to the impasse, Fox News Channel reported.
The company quintupled its product release schedule, flying high with the help of a Disney licensing deal that gave the world several Star Wars droids and talking Spider-Man and Lightning McQueen robots.
WASHINGTON ― A bipartisan group of centrist senators met Sunday to work out a potential compromise that would fund the government until Feb. 8, contingent on a promise to hold a vote on an immigration bill before then.
LIMA, Peru (AP) - The Latest on Pope Francis' visit to Peru (all times local):
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - President Donald Trump spoke by phone on Sunday with leaders in Congress and several members of his Cabinet about the impact of the federal government shutdown, White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders said in a statement. "We are continuing to work hard towards reopening the government and making sure our great military and their families, vulnerable children and the American people are being taken care of," she added. (Reporting by Sarah N. Lynch; Editing by Paul Simao)
Thousands of protesters gathered for the Women's March "Power to the Polls" rally in Las Vegas on Sunday, kicking off a national drive to register a million new voters as well as put more female candidates in office and stymie President Donald Trump's agenda. The march came a day after hundreds of thousands of women and male supporters took to the streets of New York, Washington and other cities for a series of Women's March protests that marked the first anniversary of Trump's inauguration. The mass demonstrations, while drawing fewer attendees than the millions of people who marched last year, suggested that the anger felt by many women after Trump's surprise election was still palpable.
As you may have heard, Tom Brady is dealing with a hand injury in the Patriots' matchup with the Jaguars in the AFC Championship Game. So it's quite understandable if he's being extra cautious to not pick up another knock. When Brady was jogging onto the field during pregame, he thought a cameraman was somewhere he shouldn't be. He let him know what he should do next: His cameraman fear is not completely unfounded. Before Ohio State's game against Michigan last season, Buckeyes quarterback J.T. Barrett was injured when an out-of-place cameraman knocked into his knee during warmups. Brady made sure he wouldn't suffer a similar fate.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Moderate U.S. Republican Senator Susan Collins said a substantial number of her colleagues are eager to find a way out of the government shutdown, but details of a deal are "in flux."
There were more than 25,000 murders across drug-ravaged Mexico in 2017, the highest annual tally since modern records began, government data showed. Investigators opened 25,339 murder probes last year, up nearly 25 percent from the 2016 tally, interior ministry data released on Saturday showed. Mexico
By Dominic Evans AZAZ, Syria (Reuters) - Turkey's army and rebel allies battled U.S.-backed Kurdish militia in Syria's Afrin province on Sunday, stepping up a two-day-old campaign against YPG fighters that has opened a new front in Syria's civil war. Amid U.S. calls for restraint, Turkish
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell and the chamber's Democratic leader, Chuck Schumer, plan to talk on Sunday about the government shutdown that began a day ago, Senate Republican whip John Cornyn said. Cornyn provided no details about whether the two would speak by phone or in person. "I know they're planning on having a conversation, which would be good," Cornyn told reporters in a Capitol hallway. "That strikes me as constructive. ...
U.S. House Speaker Paul Ryan said on Sunday that the House of Representatives would accept a bill funding the government through Feb. 8 and ending the current shutdown of federal agencies if the Senate can pass the measure. "So we will see sometime today whether or not they have the votes for that (in the Senate)." Senate Republican leaders have said the chamber will vote on the measure to fund the government through Feb. 8 at 1 a.m. EST (0600 GMT) on Monday, unless Democrats agree to hold the vote sooner.
Gunmen stormed a luxury hotel in Kabul and killed at least 18 people, most of them foreigners, sparking a 12-hour battle with Afghan forces backed by Norwegian troops that left terrified guests scrambling to escape. Six Ukrainians were among those killed in the Taliban-claimed assault on the six-storey Intercontinental Hotel in the Afghan capital, Ukrainian Foreign Minister Pavlo Klimkin said on Twitter. Afghan interior ministry spokesman Najib Danish said 14 foreigners were among the dead, but did not specify their nationalities, in comments to Afghanistan's Tolo News hours after the overnight attack that ended Sunday.
MOSCOW (AP) - The Kremlin's spokesman says contacts between Russian President Vladimir Putin and Ukraine's leader have taken place outside the public eye, but Kiev denies any meetings were held.
Google CEO Sundar Pichai said the company wants to be a constructive voice in the immigration debate. The immigration issue hits very close to home for Silicon Valley tech companies, and Pichais' comments signal that the industry is rethinking its tactics to fight for the cause. Almost exactly
HASSA, Turkey (AP) - Turkish troops and Syrian opposition forces attacked a Kurdish enclave in northern Syria on Sunday in their bid to oust from the area a U.S.-allied Kurdish militia, which responded with a hail of rockets on Turkish towns killing at least one refugee.
Germany's centre-left Social Democrats voted Sunday to begin formal coalition talks with Chancellor Angela Merkel's conservatives, bringing Europe's top economy a step closer to a new government after months of deadlock. At a special party congress in the western city of Bonn, 372 out of 642 delegates (56 percent) backed SPD chief Martin Schulz's appeal to approve a preliminary coalition deal painstakingly hammered out with Merkel's CDU/CSU bloc. The veteran chancellor, in power for more than 12 years, said she welcomed the SPD's green light but warned that there were "many issues left to work out".
Jim Johannson, the general manager of the U.S. Olympic men's hockey team, has died on the eve of the Pyeongchang Games. Johannson passed away in his sleep Sunday morning, according to USA Hockey. Executive director Pat Kelleher said the organization is ''beyond shocked and profoundly saddened
Sooner or later, the 49ers will have to pay Jimmy Garoppolo a lot of money. But exactly how much will it take to lock him up?
A day after the Cavs gave up 148 points - tying a franchise record that stood since 1972 - in an embarrassing loss to Oklahoma City, Lue said he's not making any major moves to snap his team from its mid-season doldrums. The Cavs have lost 10 of 14 and have been blown out three times in the past
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) - Attorneys for a condemned killer whose execution was stopped last year after 25 minutes of unsuccessful needle sticks are once again recommending the firing squad as an alternative.
The last few weeks have featured a lot of discussion about the relationships between Patriots owner Robert Kraft, head coach Bill Belichick and quarterback Tom Brady since an article by Seth Wickersham of ESPN reported on tensions between the men over the course of the 2017 season. During an interview
A top White House aide defended an online ad by President Donald Trump's re-election campaign saying Democrats are culpable for murder if they refuse to support the administration's immigration proposals.