WASHINGTON (AP) — Lawyers for former President Donald Trump found at least two items marked as classified during a recent search of a storage unit in West Palm Beach, Florida, and have provided them to the FBI, according to a published report Wednesday. The Washington Post, citing anonymous sources, reported that the items were discovered by an… Continue reading Report: Classified items found at Trump storage unit in Fla.
By JOE McDONALD BEIJING (AP) — China rolled back rules on isolating people with COVID-19 and dropped virus test requirements for some public places Wednesday in a dramatic change to a strategy that confined millions of people to their homes and sparked protests and demands for President Xi Jinping to resign. The move adds to… Continue reading China eases anti-COVID measures following protests
Dolphins (8-4) at Chargers (6-6), Sunday, 8:20 p.m., NBC, SoFi Stadium Latest line: Dolphins are favored by 3 points. Dave Hyde, Sports Columnist (Season record: 9-3): Dolphins 33, Chargers 20 This is a good game for the Dolphins to get back to their identity after their disappointing loss to San Francisco. The Chargers have the 30th-ranked defense… Continue reading Dolphins-Chargers predictions: Will Miami bounce back after lackluster loss?
One of probably the most anticipated video video games of the yr isn’t actually new. It’s 15 years previous. And it’s a prequel to a sport that’s even older. The new sport is Crisis Core: Final Fantasy VII Reunion, set for launch subsequent week. It’s a reboot of a hand-held sport with virtually the identical… Continue reading Most online game reboots stink. But not the newest Final Fantasy.
By FELICIA FONSECA (Associated Press) FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. (AP) — The leader of a small polygamous group near the Arizona-Utah border had taken at least 20 wives, most of them minors, and punished followers who did not treat him as a prophet, newly filed federal court documents allege. Samuel Bateman was a former member of the… Continue reading FBI: Polygamous leader had 20 wives, many of them minors
With the major piece of their offseason to-do list now checked off, the Yankees face a somewhat interesting conundrum. They committed $360 million to making sure Aaron Judge wouldn’t leave them, but right now that money is more about retention than improvement. The Yankees paid that exorbitant fee to bring back the biggest reason for… Continue reading The Yankees still need to do much more than just bringing back Aaron Judge
We’re product of our pasts, and watching Dan Marino for 17 years showed me what a great quarterback can do — and what he can’t do, too. He can’t win games by himself, for instance. That sounds fundamental enough, but it causes controversy when you follow through from that thought to the next one: Winning… Continue reading Dave Hyde: Let Dan Marino and Ryan Tannehill explain why winning isn’t a QB stat
SOUTH BEND, Ind. (AP) — No. 5 Notre Dame and Lafayette have postponed a women’s basketball game scheduled for Thursday because of health and safety protocols. No other details were immediately available. The game was supposed to be played at Lafayette in Easton, Pennsylvania. The schools say they are looking at whether the game can… Continue reading Notre Dame, Lafayette women postpone game for health reasons
CNN Francesca Street, CNN What do you do when your evening flight is canceled, you really need to be somewhere in the morning and there are no other available flights? In the case of 13 total strangers in Orlando, Florida late Sunday, you hire a minivan, form an impromptu community and go on a “crazy”… Continue reading 13 stranded strangers went on a road trip. Here’s what happened
In the end, the Yankees didn’t just hold on to Aaron Judge. They held on for dear life. The Yankees threw crazy money and a crazy contract at Judge because they had to, because they couldn’t lose their star and the face of their franchise and 62 home runs, because if they didn’t hold on… Continue reading Lupica: The Yankees had no choice but to hang onto Aaron Judge