• Bernie Sanders Slams Donald Trump for Attacks on Clintons

    USA

    During Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton's term, she has done a disgusting job. "The quotes from Trump are bracketed by a recorded speech from Yemeni-American cleric Anwar al-Awlaki, one of the most prominent English-language recruiters for al-Qaida who was killed by a USA drone strike in Yemen in 2011, warning that the US would turn against its Muslims".
  • Donald Trump on Campaigning for President: 'We View This as War'

    USA

    Trump said Monday on Twitter to his almost 5.5 million followers. After all these haters spending all this money and all these years and after the hyped-up media coverage, here is what Trump appears to forget: On Bill Clinton's last day in office, January 20, 2001, he had a job approval rating of 65 percent - that's right, 65 percent - the highest approval rating for a second-term president in the history of USA polling.
  • Giants Season Ends With Loss To Eagles

    USA

    Eli Manning will undoubtedly be looking to come out full force for Coughlin's final game as the Giants head coach and you have to expect that Odell Beckham Jr. "I thought the guys were focused". With the win, the Eagles finished the 2015 season with a 7-9 record and in second place in the NFC East. The Eagles have to find another new head coach.
  • Powerball jackpot swells to $400 million

    Powerball jackpot swells to $400 million

    USA

    The Pennsylvania Lottery remains the only state lottery that designates all its proceeds to programs that benefit older residents. The jackpot has risen to $400 million.
  • Oregon Sheriff Says Militia Group Is Hoping To Overthrow The Government

    Oregon Sheriff Says Militia Group Is Hoping To Overthrow The Government

    USA

    He added: "People need to be aware that we've become a system where government is actually claiming and using and defending people's rights, and they are doing that against the people". Meanwhile, the Federal Bureau of Investigation reportedly began booking rooms for agents at Burns motels. No police were apparent Sunday anywhere between Burns and the 30-mile drive to the refuge.
  • Donald Trump releases first TV ad of 2016 primary season

    USA

    The ad, which was first reported by The Washington Post , came after Trump long held off running traditional television ads. Titled "Great Again", the ad opens with an image of President Barack Obama and then-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, followed by photos of San Bernardino, California, terrorists Syed Rizwan Farook and Tashfeen Malik while a narrator darkly intones, "The politicians can pretend it's something else, but Donald Trump calls it radical Islamic terrorism".
  • Hunt to resume for 2 Illinois men missing at Wisconsin lake

    Hunt to resume for 2 Illinois men missing at Wisconsin lake

    USA

    The friends discovered them missing when they awoke about 9 a.m. They found footprints in the snow to the boathouse and a canoe overturned in the lake. A missing persons report was filed around 11 a.m. The two bodies were eventually found nearby. There is evidence that some of them tried to get up onto an ice shelf in the bay, climbing onto broken ice.
  • Gary Patterson changes shirt at halftime, TCU completes comeback win

    USA

    TCU would hold OR on their next possession. It truly was not going well for TCU. He walked off the field and was immediately replaced at quarterback by Jeff Lockie and taken to the locker room. OR stormed to the big lead early behind quarterback Vernon Adams Jr., but he was knocked out of the game late in the second quarter after taking a hard hit to the head.
  • Powerball jackpot reaches $400 million

    USA

    Since the National Lottery began in 1994 players have shared more than £57 billion in prizes. Wednesday's draw produced a total of 1,577,674 players that shared prizes totalling $13,510,463. There's a new Powerball jackpot that has hopefuls once again lining up at their local convenience stores. Tickets are flying from stores as people try for the $400 million Powerball jackpot.
  • The Walking Dead Season 6 Mid-Season Premiere Trailer

    USA

    The big question is, who is on the receiving end of that mighty blow? When we last saw all of our favorite characters, they were attempting to walk through a massive horde of walkers! But Jessie's son Sam was about to have a mental breakdown.
  • TCU Coach Changes Shirts, Horned Frogs Pull Off Incredible 31-Point Comeback

    USA

    After the teams exchanged field goals in the second overtime, Kohlhausen sneaked around the right end on an option, and seemingly disappeared behind his blockers until he was in the end zone. KeVontae Turpin had three catches for 62 yards. Starting offensive lineman Matt Pierson and receiver Dwayne Stanford also were unavailable in the second half.
  • Magnitude-4.4 earthquake shakes Southern California suburbs

    USA

    Shallow earthquakes cause more intense local ground shaking than deeper quakes of the same magnitude, though deeper quakes tend to be felt over larger areas. The USGS initially said its magnitude was 4.9, at a depth of 40 kilometres underground. He says because it was so far below the surface, even North Saanich residents who were right over the epicentre were still at least 50 kilometres away from the fault zone.
  • Deadly flooding, tornadoes strike north Texas

    USA

    In the Southeast, two more deaths linked to weather were reported Saturday in MS, bringing that state's death toll from severe weather over Christmas to 10. The storms also brought snow and blizzard conditions to New Mexico, Texas and Oklahoma and the freezing storm - know as Goliath - was due to move north and east, creating icy conditions in Chicago.
  • No indictment in Tamir Rice's fatal shooting

    USA

    Jackson would not comment on the grand jury's decision , but said he has heard from citizens expressing a perceived "lack of fairness and a lack of justice" after the decision. "It was a tough conversation". A prosecutor said that there was no criminal activity in the incident. The Rice family have said police fired too quickly and should have used a Taser, a non-lethal weapon.
  • Titans' Marcus Mariota: Reportedly done for season

    USA

    Zach Mettenberger will start the remaining two games for the Titans. The coach said Mariota's injury is less serious than the sprained left knee that kept the quarterback out of two games earlier this season and the rookie wants to play. New England wide receiver Keshawn Martin ripped off a 70-yard kick return and was guilty of an interference call that wiped out a 70-yard catch and run by White (seven catches) in the fourth quarter.
  • Stanford's Murphy: Big Ten "got exposed" by bowl losses

    USA

    The line for apologies starts at Christian McCaffrey's front door. It was that kind of afternoon for the Hawkeyes, who hadn't been to the Rose Bowl in 25 years and looked like they had no business being there Friday. Coach Kirk Ferentz felt that Stanford had plenty do with that, labeling the Cardinal performance "tremendous". "We don't have anybody like that, and I mean that with all due respect to our players".
  • Bill Cosby: US comedian's wife told to testify

    Bill Cosby: US comedian's wife told to testify

    USA

    Bill Cosby has been accused by dozens of women of sexual misconduct, with many of them coming forward in the previous year. Cosby is being accused of drugging and violating former Temple University employee Andrea Constand at his mansion in Elkins Park, Pennsylvania in January 2004.
  • Titans coach refutes report Mariota done for season

    USA

    Wright, who has missed the past two games, said he hopes to play Sunday despite having two broken ribs. "I felt like I did a lot of good today, but at the same time, I made too many mistakes". "What guys won't do for years, he's had in his rookie year", Mularkey said of Mariota . "I know it's not ideal, certainly a lot of things we can do better, but it's good to be 12-2".
  • Search For Missing Country Singer Continues Into Fourth Day

    Search For Missing Country Singer Continues Into Fourth Day

    USA

    While the search for missing country star Craig Strickland continues, his wife Helen Strickland is speaking out to express gratitude for the outpouring of support and the hard work of the search patrols. Illinois Gov. Bruce Rauner is continuing his tour of flood-damaged areas in central and southern Illinois. Divers were concentrating search efforts in flooded areas where one of the teen's cellphone was tracked.
  • Johnny Manziel May Have A Concussion

    Johnny Manziel May Have A Concussion

    USA

    He went 13 of 32 for 136 yards and one interception last Sunday, though he rushed for 108 yards - the most by a quarterback in team history - in almost leading a comeback victory. Like I said, I think he has bought into what Kevin (O'Connell) and I are telling him. We feel the offense is in good hands, and defensively we know what lays ahead of us.
  • TCU QB Trevone Boykin arrested, faces charges in San Antonio

    TCU QB Trevone Boykin arrested, faces charges in San Antonio

    USA

    Doctson will not play in this game, and Boykin has not been as effective without him. Boykin was charged with felony assault of a police officer stemming from a bar fight. 12 Oklahoma State on November 7 injured his ankle in a win over Kansas the next week and missed a 30-29 defeat to then-No. "And the assistant coaches that kept them pointed in the right direction".
  • What to expect in the latest batch of Hillary Clinton's emails today

    What to expect in the latest batch of Hillary Clinton's emails today

    USA

    The New Year's Eve release is to include about 5,500 pages of emails from Clinton's private server while she served as the nation's top diplomat. Still, the agency said Thursday that it will fall short of the mandate to release 82 percent of Clinton's total emails by the end of 2015, blaming the holiday schedule and the sheer number of documents involved.
  • Browns QB Johnny Manziel Diagnosed With Concussion

    USA

    Manziel and the team's medical staff did not think about a concussion immediately after the incident, but when he arrived at the team's practice facility complaining about symptoms related to a concussion, it was when team officials decided he be evaluated.
  • Grammy victor Natalie Cole dies at 65

    USA

    Our beloved Mother and sister will be greatly missed and remain  UNFORGETTABLE  in our hearts forever". The statement was signed by Cole's only child, Robert Yancey, and her twin sisters, Timolin and Casey Cole. The song, which nabbed Grammys for Song and Record of the Year, was many things at once: a sentimental celebration of father-daughter love, a sonic bridge between disparate eras, an ambitious career rebranding for Cole herself, and an uncanny demonstration of technological marvel ...
  • US Powerball jackpot up to $334 million for Saturday drawing

    US Powerball jackpot up to $334 million for Saturday drawing

    USA

    After a 16th consecutive drawing without a big victor, the Powerball jackpot is growing even higher. One lucky lottery player will begin the new year over $1 million richer after buying a winning California Lottery Powerball ticket in San Jose, according to lottery officials.
  • Country Singer Still Missing in Oklahoma

    Country Singer Still Missing in Oklahoma

    USA

    On Sunday, Morland tweeted an ominous message about their outing. Strickland and Morland went hunting as a fierce winter storm hit parts of Oklahoma. "We love you guys and we appreciate your ever loving support for our dream". Search efforts were called off about 6 p.m. Thursday because of darkness, according to the Oklahoma Highway Patrol.