US Officials Offer Congress Briefing on Trump Documents

US Officials Offer Congress Briefing on Trump Documents

WASHINGTON (AP) — U.S. officials have offered to brief congressional leaders on their investigation into the classified documents found at former President Donald Trump’s Florida residence, people familiar with the matter said Sunday. Six months after federal agents conducted an unprecedented search of a former president’s home for classified documents, the White House faces bipartisan … Read more

Biden’s State of the Union to Tout Policy Wins on Economy

Biden's State of the Union to Tout Policy Wins on Economy

WASHINGTON (AP) — President Joe Biden will use his second State of the Union address on Tuesday to remind Americans of how their lives have been improved over his first two years in office, as he tries to confront pessimism in the country and navigate the tricky politics of a newly divided Washington. Rather than … Read more

Cyprus Presidential Vote to Go to Runoff Feb 12, Exit Poll Says

Cyprus Presidential Vote to Go to Runoff Feb 12, Exit Poll Says

NICOSIA (Reuters) – Former Cypriot foreign minister Nikos Christodoulides was in the lead in Cyprus’s presidential election on Sunday, an exit poll showed, but was likely to fall short of an outright majority and face a runoff on Feb. 12. Christodoulides, running as an independent, was seen taking between 30.5% and 33.5% of the vote. … Read more

Cause of Death Released for Former Arizona Swimmer Ty Wells

New Mexico Governor Names New Indian Affairs Secretary

TUCSON, Ariz. (AP) — Authorities have released the cause of death for former University of Arizona swimmer Ty Wells. The Pima County Medical Examiner’s Office said the 23-year-old Well died Jan. 27 of natural causes “secondary to a disseminated streptococcal bacterial infection following a protracted upper respiratory tract infection.” Authorities said the results came from … Read more

How to Watch the Grammys Live (Including the Red Carpet)

How to Watch the Grammys Live (Including the Red Carpet)

LOS ANGELES (AP) — The Grammys have evolved from their humble beginnings into a daylong feast of music — and there’s many ways to watch the red carpet and show live. Most of the awards are handed out before that during the Premiere Ceremony, which the Recording Academy will stream live Sunday beginning at 3:30 … Read more

Ukraine Says It Will Not Strike Russian Territory With New Missiles

Ukraine Says It Will Not Strike Russian Territory With New Missiles

KYIV (Reuters) – Ukraine will not use longer-range weapons pledged by the United States to hit Russian territory and will only target Russian units in occupied Ukrainian territory, Defence Minister Oleksii Reznikov said on Sunday. The United States confirmed on Friday that a new rocket that would double Ukraine’s strike range was included in a … Read more

Cardi B Pays Homage to Kallman, Greenwald at Pre-Grammy Gala

Cardi B Pays Homage to Kallman, Greenwald at Pre-Grammy Gala

LOS ANGELES (AP) — When Cardi B was searching for a record deal six years ago, the rapper remembered when several labels didn’t financially believe in her talents enough – except for Atlantic Records executives Julie Greenwald and Craig Kallman. Cardi B paid homage on Saturday night to Greenwald and Craig Kallman, who were honored … Read more

Snow and Winter Storms Cut Power, Disrupt Traffic Across the Balkans

Snow and Winter Storms Cut Power, Disrupt Traffic Across the Balkans

SARAJEVO (Reuters) – Gale-force winds and snow storms closed roads and left more than 25,000 households in Serbia without power on Sunday, while fallen trees disrupted traffic in neighbouring Croatia and Montenegro. In Croatia, a red alert was issued for the regions along the Adriatic coast due to north winds estimated to reach 130 km … Read more

Lebanon Hopes UNESCO Danger Listing Could Save Crumbling Modernist Fairground

Lebanon Hopes UNESCO Danger Listing Could Save Crumbling Modernist Fairground

TRIPOLI (Reuters) – Its arch is cracking and its vast pavilions lie empty, but the crumbling Rachid Karami International Fair in Lebanon’s port city Tripoli now has hope of revival, having been added to the United Nations’ list of world heritage sites in danger. Designed by Brazilian architect Oscar Niemeyer in 1962, the collection of … Read more

Washington Weighing Deploying Medium-Range Missiles to U.S. Forces in Japan -Sankei

Moldova Says Missile Debris Found in North of the Country

TOKYO (Reuters) – Washington has suggested deploying medium-range missiles in Japan as part of a plan to bolster defences against China along the East and South China Seas, the Sankei newspaper reported on Saturday citing unidentified people involved with U.S.-Japan relations. The deployment to U.S. forces in Japan may include long-range hypersonic weapons and Tomahawks, … Read more