A divided Supreme Court is allowing the Trump administration to put in place a policy connecting the use of public benefits with whether immigrants could become permanent residents
Demi Lovato Releases New Single After 2020 Grammys Lovato performed "Anyone" at the Grammy Awards on Sunday night. The single, written days before her overdose in July 2018, was released following the performance. Lovato was so emotional at the start of the performance that she had to stop and start the song over. The audience gave Lovato a standing ovation following the performance. The performance was Lovato's first live performance since her nearly fatal overdose. The pop star thanked everyone on Instagram for their support last night. Demi Lovato, via Instagram Lovato will also be performing the national anthem at Super Bowl LIV on Feb. 2 in Miami.
Prince Andrew's November 2019 BBC interview about his relationship with Jeffrey Epstein was called worse than a train wreck . His interview with the FBI and US prosecutors? Well, it hasn't really happened. Geoffrey S. Berman, the US attorney for the Southern District of New York, was asked during a Monday...
Presidential contender Michael Bloomberg promised to “always have Israel’s back.” Bloomberg joked he’s the only Jewish candidate who doesn’t want to turn the U.S. into a “kibbutz.” According to Reuters, the joke was a dig at Sen. Bernie Sanders, who is also Jewish. In the 1960s, Sanders volunteered on a kibbutz, or a communal farm, in Israel. While Sanders supports leftist ideas, Bloomberg holds more centrist positions.
Foggy conditions and low visibility were recorded on US 287 in Mansfield, Texas (south side of DFW metroplex). A dense fog advisory is up and is slowing the morning commute.
Democrats say new allegations from John Bolton make it essential that witnesses be called to testify in the Senate impeachment trial that resumes Monday. The big question: Will four Republicans—the magic number needed to make it happen—agree? That remains unclear, but the GOP's Mitt Romney suggests the odds...
U.S. health officials say they have no evidence that the new virus from China is spreading in the United States and they believe the risk to Americans remains low
NBA Teams Honor Kobe Bryant to Start Their Games NBA games were played in the aftermath of Kobe Bryant's death on Sunday, but not without every team paying tribute to the Lakers legend. The games that tipped off following the tragedy all began with a moment of silence. Teams across the league all voluntarily took 24-second violations, an homage to Bryant's No. 24 jersey worn from 2007-2016. The Suns intentionally took an 8-second backcourt violation to honor Bryant's No. 8 jersey worn at the start of his career. Several players wore sneakers from Bryant's shoe line and wrote messages on them in tribute. The entire Pelicans roster wore Kobe Bryant sneakers for the national anthem. Bryant and his 13-year-old daughter Gianna were two of nine people who died in Sunday's helicopter crash in Calabasas, California.
A couple sought by police for months has finally been located in Hawaii, but there's no sign of two missing siblings linked to them . Lori Vallow and Chad Daybell were pulled over in Kauai and briefly detained, reports East Idaho News . Police seized their rental SUV and executed a search...
Pete Buttigieg went on Fox News to pitch his chances of beating President Donald Trump. He said: “I don’t think you have to be a Democrat to see what is wrong with this president.” According to Politico, Buttigieg was asked what was his strategy in appealing to Republicans. He said: “If you’re having trouble looking your kids in the eye and explaining this presidency to them, you have a choice.” Sen. Bill Dotzler endorsed Buttigieg saying he is the man to “bring people together.”