Clouds slow to leave: May 15 Omaha
Clouds slow to leave: May 15 Omaha
There will never be a shortage of Tom Brady content.
REUTERS/Maxim ShemetovThe Kremlin is fuming about Armenia’s efforts to join the International Criminal Court (ICC), which has issued an arrest warrant against Vladimir Putin in connection with alleged war crimes in Ukraine.Kremlin Spokersperson Dmitry Peskov warned that Armenia’s interest in joining the ICC is “extremely hostile” to Russia.“Armenia knows very well that we are not parties to the [Rome Statute], and Armenia is well aware of the difficult decision [of the International Criminal Cou
An attorney for fired Michigan State football coach Mel Tucker has asked university officials and representatives to preserve all documents related to the investigation “in anticipation of litigation” against the university. Attorney Jennifer Belveal sent the request to Michigan State general counsel Brian Quinn on Thursday after what she called the “ illegal termination of Mel Tucker's contract.” Belveal wanted preservation of electronic and paper documents and listed a number of school officials and others.
‘So shouldn’t that say sleeping and waking?’
Adam Thielen isn’t ready to call it a revenge game. Thielen said he’s been anticipating this game since the NFL schedule was released. “It's really hard to explain the emotions of it,” Thielen said when asked if he's out for a little revenge.
The Jets are standing by Zach Wilson at QB despite the criticism coming from a legendary former Jet. But could that change if Wilson and the offense continue to struggle?
Legendary star of stage and screen dies peacefully in hospital aged 82
“As a former director of emergency management, I know a disaster when I see one," quipped Rep. Jared Moskowitz.
Andrew Tate can travel anywhere in Romania after a court eased travel restrictions on the controversial influencer.
MADRID (AP) — Atletico Madrid kept the momentum going from its win against rival Real Madrid by beating Osasuna 2-0 in the Spanish league on Thursday. Antoine Griezmann and Rodrigo Riquelme scored a goal in each half for Atletico, which is in fifth place and right outside the Champions League spots. Atletico beat rival Madrid 3-1 at home on Sunday, with Griezmann scoring one of the goals for Diego Simeone's team. “It was important not to get caught up with what happened against Real Madrid and t
‘This is a cult, it’s a lawless cult and it’s a major threat to the armed forces of the United States and our security,’ said Gen Barry McCaffrey
Four students were found brutally stabbed to death in off-campus house near University of Idaho last November
Republican candidates will once again face off at the third GOP debate in Miami in November. Here are the qualifications for the next showdown.
Strong third-quarter earnings reports will be a "sneak preview" of a coming 2024 rebound for tech stocks, Wedbush Securities' Dan Ives wrote.
Fox NewsImmediately following the conclusion of Thursday’s House impeachment inquiry hearing, Fox News viewers were greeted by anchor Neil Cavuto telling them that Republicans laid an egg and produced no new evidence against President Joe Biden.“Where there was smoke, today we just got a lot more smoke,” Cavuto shrugged. He, of course, wasn’t the only conservative who was left disappointed by the House Oversight Committee’s lackluster performance on Thursday. Former Trump strategist Steve Bannon
As expected, Apple is making a last-ditch effort to get the Supreme Court to reverse a ruling that would force it to open up its App Store to third-party payments.
Local elections are underway.
Bride Katelynn surprised the groomsmen at her wedding with bottle of Smirnoff Ice as a part of the viral drinking prank: "The groomsmen all loved the idea," she tells PEOPLE
The House Republicans' bizarro-world Joe Biden impeachment inquiry Thursday was an evidence-free display of cultish devotion to Donald Trump.
A federal appeals court on Thursday agreed to reconsider a ruling by three of its judges that struck down part of Mississippi's state constitution that strips the right to vote from thousands of convicts after they complete their sentences. The decision by the 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals to hold a so-called en banc rehearing of the case before all 16 of its active judges automatically voids, for now, last month's 2-1 panel ruling finding the provision was a "cruel and unusual punishment" that disproportionately affected Black people. "We look forward to re-briefing the issues and arguing before the full Fifth Circuit in January," Jonathan Youngwood, a lawyer for plaintiffs in the class action lawsuit said in an email.