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Colorado man who killed missing mom Kelsey Berreth to appeal conviction
The Colorado dad found guilty in November of beating his missing fiancée to death with a baseball bat plans to appeal his conviction, reports said Monday. Patrick Frazee — who is serving a life sentence plus 156 years for the murder of 29-year-old Kelsey Berreth — filed a notice of intent to appeal the jury’s...
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Lara Trump says Fox News poll with high ratings for economy will be hard for Dems to run against
Lara Trump, President Trump’s daughter-in-law and a Trump 2020 campaign adviser, responded to a recent Fox News Poll indicating overwhelming satisfaction with the economy among voters under the Trump administration.
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Plan could force California utilities to reimburse customers for power shut-offs
PG&E and Edison could be required to reimburse customers for financial losses from power outages to prevent wildfires under a proposal in the California Legislature.
Dershowitz: Nothing in the Bolton revelations would 'rise to the level of abuse of power or an impeachable offense'
Idina Menzel ultimately a no-show at VIP party busted by her superfan
“Idina could walk through that door at any minute," Darre Criss joked while introducing a song.
Mississippi moves to close troubled prison unit after deadly riots
Mississippi Gov. Tate Reeves said Monday that state will take steps to close part of a prison besieged by deadly violence that has seen 12 inmates killed and unsanitary conditions.
Kobe Bryant tribute leads Oscar nominees luncheon where Brad Pitt, Charlize Theron shine
Monday's Oscars nominees luncheon began on a somber note, as Brad Pitt and Charlize Theron participated in a moment of silence for Kobe Bryant.
Huge Kobe Bryant fans Justin Turner and Clayton Kershaw mourn his death
Dodgers infielder Justin Turner grew up idolizing Kobe Bryant and pitcher Clayton Kershaw admired the Lakers star for his larger-than-life presence.
Remembering the victims of the Kobe Bryant crash
Nine people died in the Calabasas helicopter crash, including basketball legend Kobe Bryant. This is what we know about the other victims.
Kobe Bryant Was Working on a Children’s Book When He Died. Why His Co-Author Deleted the Draft
(SAO PAULO) — Kobe Bryant and Brazilian writer Paulo Coelho were working together on a children’s book, but the author of “The Alchemist” said he deleted the draft after Bryant’s death in a helicopter crash. The 72-year-old novelist told The Associated Press on Monday that the two men started discussing the project in 2016, when…
Inside the Oscar nominees luncheon, where Hollywood's elite paid tribute to Kobe Bryant
With just two weeks to go until the Academy Awards, this year's Oscar nominees gathered for a star-packed luncheon that paid tribute to Kobe Bryant.
Bolton's testimony would be Trump's nightmare
Frida Ghitis writes that with the possibility of former National Security Adviser John Bolton being called as a witness in Trump's Senate impeachment trial, the outcome of this trial -- the one that was supposed to have a preordained outcome that favors the President -- looks much less certain.
'We want to hear that': News of John Bolton's book casts shadow over Trump impeachment trial
The House impeachment managers said Bolton's reported claims directly contradict key elements of Trump's defense.
In California: Kobe's death prompts look into why helicopter flew in fog
Kobe Bryant and eight others died in a helicopter crash during fog so dense police choppers wouldn't go up.And two middle-schoolers learn the origins of the man for whom their school was named — he favored segregating Mexican and white students and spoke highly of eugenics.
Rep. Collins to challenge appointed Sen. Loeffler in GOP clash in Georgia
The top Trump ally in the House is setting his sights on filling the remaining two years of former senator Johnny Isakson’s term.
Lizzo celebrates Grammys wins at strip club with Lil Nas X, Rosalía and Dua Lipa
The singer had some male strippers come in to celebrate her manager Kevin Beisler’s birthday.
NBA postpones Lakers game as players mourn the loss of legend Kobe Bryant
The National Basketball Association has announced that Tuesday night's Los Angeles Lakers game versus the Los Angeles Clippers has been postponed.
Lindsey Graham Claims It Would've 'Been Wrong' If Trump Didn't Seek Biden Probe: Ukraine Corruption Allegations 'Have Not Been Debunked'
Senator Lindsey Graham said on Twitter Monday that evidence against former Vice President Joe Biden and his son Hunter had not been disproven. "They most definitely should not be swept under the rug," Graham tweeted.
White House works to contain damage from allegations in forthcoming Bolton book
Among White House aides and Capitol Hill Republicans, there was a growing brew of anxiety, unease and frustration, as well as the sense that the allegations in the book, which is due in March, could push the Senate impeachment trial into next week, yielding more damaging disclosures for President Trump as he heads into this year’s reelection contest.
Mets passing on Starling Marte trade ending hope of late splash
The chances of the Mets finishing the winter with a big splash were slim in recent weeks, and they may have disappeared altogether with Monday’s trade that sent Starling Marte from the Pirates to the Diamondbacks. Marte was strong on the Mets’ radar at the winter meetings, but discussions with the Pirates had dissipated in...
Curtis Millender relieved after Bellator 238 win, reveals three possible targets for next fight
Curtis Millender says he has his sights set on three of the division's most exciting names following his victory at Bellator 238.       Related StoriesRaymond Daniels only interested in fight with Michael Page if title on the lineJuan Archuleta: Win over Corrales at Bellator 238 made me featherweight tournament alternateJamahal Hill unhappy with UFC Raleigh win over Darko Stosic
Kobe Bryant helicopter crash site being patrolled by horseback as police try to prevent unauthorized access to scene
The site where a helicopter carrying Kobe Bryant, his daughter and seven others has been infiltrated with unauthorized civilians and Los Angeles police are attempting to keep people far away from the scene.
Washington Post Guild defends reporter on leave over Kobe tweet
"Instead of protecting and supporting a reporter in the face of abuse, The Post placed her on administrative leave while newsroom leaders review whether she violated the social media policy," the Guild wrote.
Paulo Coelho deletes draft of book co-written with Kobe Bryant
"That doesn't stop me from writing someday about things I learned from Kobe and how much of a larger than life person he was," Coelho said. "But the children's book did not make sense anymore."
'Hamilton' fans come for John Bolton's new book title
What's John Bolton's toe-tappin' book title mean? Jeanne Moos reports on the "The Room Where It Happened."
Athletes, stars pay wearable tribute to Kobe Bryant
Sports stars and music makers around the globe wear their hearts on their sleeves — and feet and fingernails — to honor the late Laker and his daughter Gianna.
Mississippi governor calls to close Parchman Unit 29 cell block
"I have asked the department to begin the preparations to make it happen safely, justly and quickly," he said.
Dershowitz: Trump Impeachment Invalid; Requires 'Criminal-like Conduct'
Dershowitz: "Purely non-criminal conduct including 'abuse of power' and 'obstruction of Congress' are outside the range of impeachable offenses."
Washington Post criticized for suspending reporter over Kobe Bryant tweets
The Washington Post was criticized on Monday for placing one of its reporters on administrative leave after she generated controversy for a series of tweets posted in the wake of Kobe Bryant's death.
Fact check: 4 things Trump's attorney left out of her arguments about Biden and Burisma
President Donald Trump's lawyer Pam Bondi played a video clip of former Vice President Joe Biden recounting, at a 2018 event, how he had pressured Ukraine to fire its prosecutor general, Viktor Shokin.
Sen. John Kennedy says Senate impeachment trial could last 'through April or May' if new witnesses are called
Senate Judiciary Committee member John Kennedy, R-La., told Fox News Monday that if Democrats have their way in President Trump's Senate impeachment trial and further witnesses and documents are called for, it could greatly lengthen the time lawmakers will be stuck holding court on the matter.
READ: Trump's attorneys ask Supreme Court to block his financial documents from being turned over to investigators
President Donald Trump's personal lawyers told the Supreme Court Monday that the House of Representatives and a Manhattan prosecutor should not be able to subpoena the President's longtime accounting firm and banks for his financial records, in a monumental dispute concerning separation of powers and claims of absolute immunity that will be heard by the justices later this term.
China encourages people to reconsider timing of overseas travel to curb virus spread
China's National Immigration Administration encouraged citizens to reconsider the timing of overseas travel to reduce cross-border movement to help contain the new coronavirus, it said in a statement published on its official WeChat account on Tuesday.
WWE Monday Night RAW Results: Royal Rumble Fallout Begins
Liv Morgan and Lana scheduled for a one-on-one match.
Stocks crumble as deadly coronavirus spreads, safe havens in demand
Asian stocks extended a global selloff on Tuesday as China took more drastic steps to combat the coronavirus, while bonds found favor on expectations central banks would need to keep stimulus flowing to offset the likely economic drag.
Body of Stephanie Parze found in New Jersey woods, now-deceased man responsible for her murder, authorities say
The body of a New Jersey woman missing since October was found Sunday and a deceased man she had an "on-and-off relationship" with is responsible for her murder, according to the Monmouth County Prosecutor's Office.
Weinstein accuser details sexual assault allegation in testimony
Miriam "Mimi" Haleyi testified in the Harvey Weinstein trial about an alleged sexual assault.
Hanukkah machete attack suspect deemed incompetent to stand trial, defense says
A psychiatrist says Grafton Thomas, the New York man accused of stabbing five Hasidic Jews during a Hanukkah celebration last month, is incompetent to stand trial on federal hate crime charges, Thomas’ attorney said Monday.
Grammys 2020: Lana Del Rey shares relatable place she got her 'last minute' red carpet dress
Lana Del Rey may be a music superstar, but she got her dress for the Grammys red carpet at a very relatable location.
Kobe Bryant helicopter crash site a 'devastating scene,' NTSB official says
The debris field where a helicopter carrying Kobe Bryant, his daughter and seven other people crashed killing everyone on board in California is between 500 and 600 feet and the scene was described as “devastating” as the National Transportation Safety Board held a press conference Monday.
Thurman Munson’s widow ‘heartbroken’ for Vanessa Bryant: ‘I wish I could hug her’
In the 40 years since Diana Munson lost her husband, Thurman, in a plane crash, she’s had countless conversations with fans who tell her where they were when the accident happened and she never stops them. Rarely, though, does what happened on Aug. 2, 1979, come into focus as much as it did Sunday, when...
Schiff on Bolton’s book allegations: President 'afraid the American people would find out’
Trump’s Executive Privilege Claim Is Even Weaker Than Nixon’s Was
Without an effective impeachment process, the government’s capacity to hold presidents to account for corrupt abuses of power would be eviscerated.
Darren Criss lists Los Feliz Midcentury for $1.7 million
In Los Feliz, actor Darren Criss is asking $1.697 million for his 1950s Midcentury ranch of eight years.
Tessa Thompson wants to ask the 'big questions' at Sundance
Tessa Thompson, Justien Simien and Colman Domingo gathered at Sundance for a conversation on "The Transcendence of Narrative" that focused on all the new ways to tell stories and get them out into the world.
China's Hubei province says 100 dead, 2,714 total cases in virus outbreak
The health commission of China's Hubei province said on Tuesday that 100 people had died from a coronavirus outbreak as of Jan. 27, according to an online statement.
Trump's defense team takes on the Bidens
White House lawyers continued their defense of President Trump during the impeachment trial Monday.
Virgin Islands AG says Jeffrey Epstein estate executors have a conflict of interest
The attorney general for the US Virgin Islands said she does not trust the two executors of Jeffrey Epstein’s estate to handle the case because they have a conflict of interest, according to new court papers. Attorney General Denise George alleged in a Jan. 15 lawsuit that Epstein sexually abused so many underage girls on...
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