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    The U.S. dollar is mixed against other North American currencies in New York trading. It’s worth 1.27 Canadian dollars, unchanged from late Friday. And the dollar is trading at 20.65 Mexican pesos, down from late Friday. Copyright © 2021 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, written or redistributed.
    The U.S. dollar is lower against other North American currencies in New York trading. It’s worth 1.26 Canadian dollars, down from late Friday. And the dollar is trading at 19.95 Mexican pesos, down from late Friday. Copyright © 2021 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, written or redistributed.
    By ELAINE KURTENBACH, AP Business Writer BANGKOK (AP) — Asian shares started the week off with a rally, as Japan’s Nikkei 225 index briefly topped 30,000 for the first time since August 1990. As of midday the Nikkei had fallen back below that level but was still up 1.3%, at 29,914.02. Shares also rose in India, South Korea and Australia. Markets in Shanghai and Hong Kong were closed for the Lunar New Year. The strong buying in Tokyo was driven by news that the Japanese economy grew at a nearly 13% annual pace in the last quarter, and by strong corporate earnings reports. It was the second straight quarter of growth after a downturn drastically worsened by the impact of the pandemic. The recovery should put the economy on track to recover to pre-pandemic levels by next year, helped by a recovery in demand for exports in the U.S. and...
    BANGKOK (AP) — Asian shares started the week off with a rally, as Japan’s Nikkei 225 index briefly topped 30,000 for the first time since August 1990. As of midday the Nikkei had fallen back below that level but was still up 1.3%, at 29,914.02. Shares also rose in India, South Korea and Australia. Markets in Shanghai and Hong Kong were closed for the Lunar New Year. The strong buying in Tokyo was driven by news that the Japanese economy grew at a nearly 13% annual pace in the last quarter, and by strong corporate earnings reports. It was the second straight quarter of growth after a downturn drastically worsened by the impact of the pandemic. The recovery should put the economy on track to recover to pre-pandemic levels by next year, helped by a recovery in demand for exports in the U.S. and other major trading...
    We’re catching a break today, but it will be slightly colder out there. Expect highs in the upper 20s with feels like temps in the teens and 20s. (Credit: CBS2) Tonight remains quiet with some clouds. Temps will fall into the low 20s with teens and single digits for our suburbs. (Credit: CBS2) Tomorrow a little snow will work its way in during the afternoon, especially late; then tomorrow night into Sunday we’ll see some mixed precip (including freezing rain) around the area. While there isn’t a ton of moisture with this round, freezing rain/icing is a little bit of a concern because it won’t take much to create slippery surfaces. (Credit: CBS2) We stay active into next week: A light wintry mix is possible on Presidents’ Day, then a more organized system moves through late Monday night into Tuesday.
    The U.S. dollar is down against other North American currencies in New York trading. It’s worth 1.27 Canadian dollars, down from late Friday. And the dollar is trading at 20.12 Mexican pesos, down from late Friday. Copyright © 2021 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, written or redistributed.
    (CNN)A federal judge in Texas said Friday that he'll likely extend his hold on the Biden administration's deportation moratorium until February 23.Earlier this week, Judge Drew Tipton of the Southern District of Texas, a Trump appointee, blocked the administration's 100-day pause on deportations, delivering a blow to one of President Joe Biden's first immigration actions. Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton, a Republican, had sued, leading to the first legal block of one of Biden's executive actions. Its frustrating: Thousands of migrants sit in Mexico desperate for answers from the Biden administrationTipton initially blocked the administration from executing its deportation pause for 14 days. The temporary restraining order, Tipton argued, was appropriate under the Administrative Procedure Act. But during a status conference on Friday, Tipton suggested he'd extend his block, as the case proceeds until February 23. The Justice Department could appeal the temporary restraining order, but didn't indicate Friday whether...
    CDC director says community spread of South African strain is here 11 soldiers injured at Fort Bliss after ingesting unknown substance, Army says Dow Futures Slump As GameStop Short Squeeze Stokes Risk Concern; Johnson & Johnson Vaccine Disappoints The Friday Market Minute Global stocks slide on final trading day of the month as retail-fueled rallies in targeted stocks trigger volatility and liquidity concerns from institutional investors. Johnson & Johnson publishes late-stage COVID vaccine trial data showing a 66% efficacy rate. Robinhood and Interactive Brokers plan to lift trading restrictions in active stocks this morning, igniting sharp pre-market gains for GameStop, AMC Entertainment and Bed Bath & Beyond. Lawmakers vow to hold public hearings over the week's events, with a focus on online brokerage firms and their links, if any, to institutional short-sellers. Equity market volatility stays elevated, with the VIX trading at levels last seen...
    NEW YORK (WABC) -- Expect the coldest temperatures of the season on Friday!Meteorologist Lee Goldberg says the cold blast will be a prelude to a potential significant winter storm late in the weekend into next week.FridayAccuWeather Alert: Bitter and Blustery with a high of 23.SaturdayFrigid sun with a high of 28.SundayPossible snow late in the day and at night. High 30.MondaySnow, ice and rain! High 34.TuesdaySnow to flurries. High 34.WednesdayClouds and sun. High 36.ThursdayMostly sunny. High 38. RELATED: "Rising Risk" docuseries explores how those rising sea levels will play out in the lower Manhattan of the late 21st century. Watch now on our CTV apps for Fire, Roku, Apple TV and Android TVMORE ACCUWEATHER RESOURCESCheck the latest alerts and advisories for the New York area from the National Weather ServiceCheck AccuTrack RadarSchool closings and delaysFor weather updates wherever you go, please download the AccuWeather app.
    NEW YORK (WABC) -- The coldest morning of the winter thus far is expected for Friday.Winds will kick up as the coldest air mass of the season arrives.Temperatures will drop into the teens and single digits overnight and with the wind chills, it is going to feel below zero across most of the Tri-State area.Meteorologist Lee Goldberg says Friday will be our coldest day in 2 years. DEEP FREEZE Subzero wind chills by Friday morning @ABC7NY pic.twitter.com/9hxfZgcZTh— Lee Goldberg (@LeeGoldbergABC7) January 27, 2021That blast of bitter Arctic air will stay with us into the weekend. Although no record-breaking is expected, temperatures will be 10 to 12 degrees colder than normal for late January.The cold air will set the stage for a potential snowstorm early next week.AccuWeather is tracking a system that will cross the country to the mid-Atlantic coast by late in the weekend.What happens from there is still a...
    MIAMI (CBSMiami) – We’re in for a sunny and warm day that will be a bit on the breezy side. Morning temperatures were a mixed bag. It was cooler across Miami-Dade with low 60s inland and upper 60s along the coast. A milder start in Broward and the Keys with mostly low 70s. We will warm up this afternoon to the low 80s with plenty of sunshine. It will be breezy at times and the rain chance remains low. Tuesday night we cool down to the upper 60s with the potential for patchy fog overnight. More from CBSMiami.com COVID-Sniffing Dogs To Screen Fans At Miami Heat Games ‘It’s A Sad Place’: Mar-A-Lago Members Leaving Following Former President Trump’s Return Teen Sentenced To 45 Years In Prison For Mom’s Killing Over School Grades High pressure remains in control on Wednesday and it will be even warmer with...
    The U.S. dollar is higher against other North American currencies in New York trading. It’s worth 1.28 Canadian dollars, up from late Friday. And the dollar is trading at 20.11 Mexican pesos, up from late Friday. Copyright © 2021 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, written or redistributed.
    NEW YORK (WABC) -- Friday will start off mild before becoming breezy and blustery late, leading to a bitter cold weekend.EMBED More News Videos Friday starts off mild but will become blustery in the evening as bitter cold moves in for the weekend. FridayBrisk blend with a high of 44.SaturdayStill brisk. High of 31.SundayRather chilly with a high of 34.MondayMix may develop with a high of 36.TuesdayRain/snow mix with high of 34.WednesdayMostly sunny with a high of 36.ThursdaySnow chance with a high of 34. RELATED: "Rising Risk" docuseries explores how those rising sea levels will play out in the lower Manhattan of the late 21st century. Watch now on our CTV apps for Fire, Roku, Apple TV and Android TVMORE ACCUWEATHER RESOURCESCheck the latest alerts and advisories for the New York area from the National Weather ServiceCheck AccuTrack RadarSchool closings and delaysFor weather updates wherever you go, please download...
    Kylie Jenner looks proud as two-year-old Stormi snowboards in Aspen A 2021 budgeting guide for couples Davis, James lead Lakers late rally over Spurs, 109-103 SAN ANTONIO (AP) — Anthony Davis had 35 points and 11 rebounds and LeBron James added 26 points, 11 rebounds and 10 assists as the Los Angeles Lakers rallied to beat the San Antonio Spurs 109-103 on Friday night. © Provided by Associated Press Los Angeles Lakers' Anthony Davis, right, keeps the ball from San Antonio Spurs' Rudy Gay, left rear, and Drew Eubanks during the first half of an NBA basketball game Friday, Jan. 1, 2021, in San Antonio. (AP Photo/Darren Abate) The Lakers closed the game with a 9-0 run for their second win against the Spurs in three days. Keldon Johnson had a career-high 26 points and added 10 rebounds and DeMar DeRozan had 23 points, nine rebounds and seven assists...
    LOS ANGELES (AP) — Critical fire danger is likely to return to Southern California at midweek due to a new round of gusty Santa Ana winds, forecasters said Tuesday. Southern California Edison was considering public safety power shutoffs affecting more than 130,000 customers to prevent fires from being ignited by downed lines or wind-blown debris striking electrical equipment. Fire weather watches were scheduled to go into effect in the region late Wednesday morning and last through Thursday, the National Weather Service said. The seasonal offshore winds also will slash relative humidity levels, making vegetation already dried out by the summer months even more susceptible to fire. The winds also could bring gale conditions to the inner coastal waters, forecasters said. The first of two Pacific frontal systems will approach the Northern California coast on Friday afternoon, raising potential concern about potential mudslides or debris flows from burn scars. For Southern...
    Stanford apologizes to doctors after protests over botched vaccine Rubio’s middle road on Trump’s election claims could draw a GOP primary challenge Oregon holds off USC late, grabs Pac-12 title with 31-24 win LOS ANGELES (AP) — Anthony Brown threw two touchdown passes in his unusual Oregon debut, Jamal Hill made an interception with 2:47 to play, and the Ducks won their second straight Pac-12 title with a 31-24 victory over No. 13 Southern California in the championship game Friday night. © Provided by Associated Press USC Running back Stephen Carr, right, runs for a first down and is tackled by Oregon safety Jamal Hill first half of an NCAA college football game at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum in Los Angeles on Friday, Dec. 18, 2020. (Keith Birmingham/The Orange County Register via AP) Tyler Shough also threw two touchdown passes for the Ducks (4-2), who didn't win the...
    FRIDAY star Tommy Lister's manager recalled the late actor struggling to breathe just days before his death. The recognizable star was fond “unconscious” in his Los Angeles apartment on Thursday and died at the scene as he previously experienced Covid symptoms. 7Friday star Tommy 'Tiny' Lister's manager Cindy Cowan recalled the late star's final daysCredit: Getty Images - Getty Tommy's manager, Cindy Cowan, told People that just a week before her client would pass, he began to "not feel well again." Cindy revealed that Tommy had already tested positive for the virus earlier tin the year as she told the outlet: "He thought maybe his diabetes was starting to kick up because he just wasn’t feeling right. "He said, ‘I feel like I’m getting Covid again.’” However, after a few days, Cindy said Tommy was still “having a hard time breathing,” and she notified him he may need to get...
    LONDON – Drugmakers GlaxoSmithKline and Sanofi said Friday that their potential COVID-19 vaccine won’t be ready until late next year because they need to improve the shot’s effectiveness in older people. The companies said early trials showed the vaccine produced an “insufficient” immune response in older adults, demonstrating the need to refine the product so it protects people of all ages. London-based GSK and Paris-based Sanofi, now expect the vaccine to be available in the fourth quarter of 2021. “The results of the study are not as we hoped,’’ Roger Connor, president of GSK Vaccines, said in a statement. While researchers around the world are racing to develop COVID-19 vaccines, the setback announced by Sanofi and GSK shows the challenges scientists face as they try to condense a process that usually takes years into a matter of months. Researchers in Australia said Friday they were abandoning their own vaccine candidate...
    Friday actor Tommy 'Tiny' Lister was found dead Thursday at age of 62 in his Marina Del Rey apartment. Police sources told TMZ that the veteran character actor was pronounced dead on the scene after officials responded to a call of an unconscious male. A coroner was on the scene where the Compton, California native was found, though his cause of death has yet to be confirmed. The latest: Friday actor Tommy 'Tiny' Lister was found dead Thursday at age of 62 in his Marina Del Rey apartment His manager Cindy Cowan told Variety on Thursday that he had displayed coronavirus symptoms, and had missed shooting on a film project amid the ailment.  She told the AP that he had battled COVID-19 earlier this year. 'He was a wonderful guy with a heart of gold,' Cowan told the outlet. 'Everyone loved him. A real gentle giant. We’re all devastated.' RELATED ARTICLES ...
    DENVER (CBS4) – Temperatures will soar back into the mid 60s along Colorado’s Front Range on Wednesday before a winter storm brings snow almost statewide starting late Thursday. Most areas at lower elevations will be at least 20 degrees above normal for the second week in December. Denver should be at least a degree or two warmer than Tuesday when the city reached 65 degrees. The normal high temperature this time of year is 43 degrees. (source: CBS) It will be at least 20 degrees colder on Thursday and Friday should be at least 10 degrees colder than Thursday. So get ready to bundle up again! In terms of snow, it will spread from southwest to northeast across much of the state Thursday night. In the Denver metro area, snow showers are possible at any time from Thursday night through early Saturday morning. But even with the snow chances extending...
    DENVER (CBS4) – Temperatures will soar back into the mid 60s along Colorado’s Front Range on Wednesday before a winter storm brings snow almost statewide starting late Thursday. Most areas at lower elevations will be at least 20 degrees above normal for the second week in December on Wednesday. Denver should be at least a degree or two warmer than Tuesday when the city reached 65 degrees. The normal high temperature this time of year is 43 degrees. (source: CBS) It will be at least 20 degrees colder on Thursday and Friday should be at least 10 degrees colder than Thursday. So get ready to bundle up again! In terms of snow, it will spread from southwest to northeast across much of the state Thursday night. In the Denver metro area, snow showers are possible anytime from Thursday night through early Saturday morning. But even with the snow chances extending...
    Bella, Chigvintsev plan to go to couples therapy 4 Tax Credits That Will Be More Generous in 2021 Oregon State upsets No. 9 Oregon 41-38 on Nolans late run CORVALLIS, Ore. (AP) — Taking his first college snap after starting quarterback Tristan Gebbia limped off, Chance Nolan scored on a 1-yard, fourth-down run with 33 seconds left to give Oregon State a 41-38 upset victory over No. 9 Oregon on Friday night. © Provided by Associated Press Oregon State's Hamilcar Rashed Jr. (9) and Joshua Gray (67) celebrate the team's 41-38 win over Oregon following an NCAA college football game in Corvallis, Ore., Friday, Nov. 27, 2020. (AP Photo/Amanda Loman) Jermar Jefferson ran for 226 yards and two touchdowns to help the Beavers (2-2) win their second straight game. Jefferson has run for at least 100 yards in each of Oregon State’s four games and is on pace...
    The U.S. dollar is unchanged against other North American currencies in New York trading. It’s worth 1.31 Canadian dollars, unchanged from late Friday. And the dollar is trading at 1.44 Mexican pesos, unchanged from late Friday. Copyright © 2020 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, written or redistributed.
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    PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — A federal appeals court in Philadelphia on Friday rejected an effort led by a Republican congressional candidate to block about 9,300 ballots that arrived after Election Day. The three-judge panel, led by Chief U.S. Circuit Judge Brooks Smith, noted the “unprecedented challenges” facing the nation this year, especially the “vast disruption” caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. Smith said the panel sought to uphold “a proposition indisputable in our democratic process: that the lawfully cast vote of every citizen must count.” The ruling involves the Pennsylvania Supreme Court’s decision to accept mail-in ballots that arrived by Friday, Nov. 6, three days after the close of polling places. That court had agreed with Democratic state officials who wanted to extend the deadline amid concerns about Postal Service delays and the pandemic. State Republicans have separately asked the U.S. Supreme Court to review the issue. However, there are not enough...
    Reuters November 7, 2020 0 Comments U.S. Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito on Friday night ordered county election boards in Pennsylvania to comply with a state directive to separate mail-in ballots received after 8 p.m. on Election Day from other ballots. The order came in a case pending before the justices to invalidate a September decision by the state’s highest court that allowed election officials to count mail-in ballots postmarked by Tuesday’s Election Day that are delivered through Friday. Alito granted the request by Pennsylvania Republicans to separate the ballots without first referring the request to the other justices. The decision comes as Democrat Joe Biden edged closer to winning the White House on Friday, expanding his narrow leads over President Donald Trump in battleground states including Pennsylvania. The Supreme Court had twice rebuffed Pennsylvania Republicans in the case, rejecting a request in October to block the lower court...
    Olivier Douliery, AFP/Getty Images President Donald Trump late into the night on Friday retweeted nonsense claiming that the media, CNN specifically, is no longer covering the coronavirus pandemic, around the time when reports broke of his own White House Chief Staff Mark Meadows testing positive for Covid-19. Paul Sperry sent out the tweet the president retweeted. Sperry is a a pro-Trump personality whose Twitter bio is misleading at the very best. “Funny how CNN has suddenly stopped its “COVID-COVID-COVID!” drumbeat, isn’t it? They’ve even taken down their death toll tumbler. Aren’t we still in the middle of a supposed national health-care emergency, CNN? Don’t you care anymore, CNN? What a bunch of phonies #CovidNewsNetwork,” Sperry tweeted, which was amplified by Trump.  While Trump smashed the retweet button late into the night, CNN’s homepage refected that, in fact, the news organization was heavily covering the coronavirus pandemic, even late into...
    By Andrew Chung (Reuters) - U.S. Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito on Friday night ordered county election boards in Pennsylvania to comply with a state directive to separate mail-in ballots received after 8 p.m. on Election Day from other ballots. The order came in a case pending before the justices to invalidate a September decision by the state's highest court that allowed election officials to count mail-in ballots postmarked by Tuesday's Election Day that are delivered through Friday. Alito granted the request by Pennsylvania Republicans to separate the ballots without first referring the request to the other justices. The decision comes as Democrat Joe Biden edged closer to winning the White House on Friday, expanding his narrow leads over President Donald Trump in battleground states including Pennsylvania. The Supreme Court had twice rebuffed Pennsylvania Republicans in the case, rejecting a request in October to block the lower court ruling and...
    MIAMI (CBSMiami) – South Florida needs to prepare for the potential of tropical storm conditions late weekend into early next week. All the deep tropical moisture associated with Eta is expected to bring heavy rain to South Florida. Models are forecasting rainfall totals ranging from 5 to 10 inches through early next week. A Flood Watch goes into effect Friday night for Broward and Miami-Dade counties through Tuesday evening due to the potential for widespread flooding. A Wind Advisory goes into effect Friday night through Saturday morning due to east winds of 20 to 25 mph with gusts as high as 35 mph. The winds will build throughout the day due to a tight pressure gradient. Download The New CBS4 News App Here On Friday we’ll see some breezy showers and some gusty downpours. Friday night into Saturday the rain chance will be increasing....
    He nominated two Federal Election Commissioners on Friday, too late to oversee the 2020 elections. Donald Trump announced two nominees to vacant seats on the Federal Election Commission this week, after leaving the election watchdog with no quorum for the 2020 election cycle. After declaring his intent to nominate the two on Wednesday, Trump officially sent their names to the currently adjourned Senate on Friday. The six-member board is tasked with "administering and enforcing the federal campaign finance law" and is made up of no more than three members of either major political party.
    NEW YORK (WABC) -- A powerful storm that brought tropical rains could end as some light snow to the north and west of New York City as much colder air arrives.Here's how much snow to expect, according to meteorologist Lee Goldberg: Freeze watches and warnings have been issued for late Friday into Saturday.ACCUWEATHER ALERTFreeze Watches and Warnings issued for late Friday night into Saturday morning #abc7ny pic.twitter.com/8VTzauo6Ut— Lee Goldberg (@LeeGoldbergABC7) October 29, 2020Check the latest alerts and advisories for the New York area from the National Weather ServiceMORE: Timeline: When and where might it snowCheck here for any school closings or delays on Friday morning.Here's the AccuWeather 7-day forecast:FridayAccuWeather Alert for a morning mix, snow for some, and much colder. High 43.SaturdayChilly Halloween with a high of 47. (Remember to turn back the clocks before going to bed!)SundayComfortable with a sunset before 5! High 58.MondayBright and blustery with...
      The National Weather Service’s rain outlook, showing a wide swatch of 2 to 3 inches from Zeta’s remnants merging with another coastal storm. (Courtesy PivotalWeather.com) As if the nation didn’t have enough on its plate already, it’s hurricane season, and the D.C. region will find itself dealing with the remains of another storm to end the workweek. Moisture from Hurricane Zeta will merge with a cold front after its anticipated landfall in Louisiana on Wednesday, with 2 to 3 inches of rain forecast for much of the D.C. region from early Thursday into Friday morning. That means a substantial flood risk, especially for vulnerable roadways and low-lying areas along streams — plan accordingly. “A few showers arrive late tonight and we will continue to see rain fill-in through the overnight hours,” Storm Team4 meteorologist Lauryn Ricketts said. “Rain, steady and heavy at times, will fall through much of your...
    PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – As of Monday morning, Tropical Storm Zeta has 70 mph sustained winds and located 175 miles southeast of Cozumel, Mexico. It is moving northwest at 9 mph through the western Caribbean and is expected to strengthen to a Category 1 hurricane on Monday, with sustained winds between 74 and 95 mph. Zeta is expected to make two landfalls this week. The first will be on the Yucatan Peninsula overnight tonight. Then it will exit the Yucatan midday on Tuesday and enter the warm, 80- to 86-degree waters of the Gulf of Mexico where it will re-intensify as it heads toward the northern Gulf Coast making landfall late Wednesday somewhere between Louisiana and the Florida Panhandle. Zeta may be a Category 1 hurricane or stronger at landfall bringing the threat of storm surge, heavy rain and damaging winds. This will be a record-setting 11th landfall for...
    PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – As of Monday morning, Tropical Storm Zeta has 70 mph sustained winds and located 175 miles southeast of Cozumel, Mexico. It is moving northwest at 9 mph through the western Caribbean and is expected to strengthen to a Category 1 hurricane on Monday, with sustained winds between 74 and 95 mph. Zeta is expected to make two landfalls this week. The first will be on the Yucatan Peninsula overnight tonight. Then it will exit the Yucatan midday on Tuesday and enter the warm, 80- to 86-degree waters of the Gulf of Mexico where it will re-intensify as it heads toward the northern Gulf Coast making landfall late Wednesday somewhere between Louisiana and the Florida Panhandle. Zeta may be a Category 1 hurricane or stronger at landfall bringing the threat of storm surge, heavy rain and damaging winds. This will be a record-setting 11th landfall for...
    Queens’s traffic-packed Main Street in Flushing is finally set to become the city’s latest bus-only strip — finally ending months of delays on a project that Mayor Bill de Blasio initially described as “urgent.” The Department of Transportation told the local community board in a letter sent Friday that the project is set to move forward “in the next two weeks.” City Hall’s original plan called for the third-of-a-mile stretch to be converted to bus-only traffic in June. It was supposed to be the first of five busways proposed to make buses more appealing during the COVID-19 pandemic, amid significant pressure from the MTA. “I want to see this happen as quickly as possible because we need the help now given the crisis we’re in. We have to make it easier for people to get around,” de Blasio said on June 8. Sitting at the end of the 7...
    LOMA LINDA (CBSLA) — One person was killed by police following a pursuit late Friday night in Loma Linda. One person was killed by police following a pursuit late Friday night in Loma Linda. (CBSLA) The incident occurred on the eastbound 10 Freeway near Tippecanoe Ave. around around 11:30 p.m. Officers were trying to pull over a driver for an unknown reason when the chase began, according to the California Highway Patrol. When the pursuit ended in Loma Linda, shots were fired. The driver died at the scene, CHP said. The details of what led to the shooting were not immediately clear. A stretch of the freeway remains closed as of 7:47 a.m. This is a breaking news story. Check back for updates.
    The US Gulf Coast is bracing for Hurricane Delta, which is moving toward southwestern Louisiana as a Category 3 storm that is expected to make landfall Friday, according to reports. The hurricane is about 250 miles south of Cameron, Louisiana, with maximum sustained winds of 120 mph – and could slowly weaken as it approaches the northern Gulf, the National Hurricane Center said. It is expected to create a “life-threatening” storm surge when it arrives Friday afternoon or evening, forecasters said. “I know people in Louisiana, especially the southwest, are very strong and very resilient, but they are going to be tested here,” Gov. John Bel Edwards said Thursday evening. Current models show Delta making landfall between Lake Charles and Lafayette, driving a 4- to 11-foot storm surge up Vermilion Bay on the coast. It also could spawn tornadoes as it moves over land and drop up to 10 inches...
    BOSTON (CBS) – On this week’s To Do List we have some late Friday fun, a Halloween walk, and comedy at home. AQUARIUM AFTER DARK Throughout the month the New England Aquarium will be open late on Fridays and hosting aquarium “after dark” theme nights, like pajama night and haunted aquarium. The new extended hours allow guests to kick off the weekend by staying at the aquarium until 8 p.m. Something fun night visitors will experience is the lighting changing in the giant ocean tank to mimic natural lighting transitions. https://www.neaq.org/visit/reopen/aquarium-after-dark  When: Friday’s through Nov. 1 Where: New England Aquarium, 1 Central Wharf, Boston, MA 02110 Cost: Adult: $32, Child (3-11): $23, Senior (60+): $30, Children (
    U.S. weather forecasters say Hurricane Delta is gathering strength as it moves across the Gulf of Mexico and is likely to reach the Louisiana coastline late Friday, possibly as a major hurricane.  In its most recent report Thursday, the National Hurricane Center said Delta was swirling in the center of the Gulf, about 645 kilometers south of the Louisiana coast, moving northwest at about 22 kilometers per hour. Its current maximum sustained winds are at about 165 kph, making it a strong category 2 hurricane on the Saphire-Simpson scale, used to measure hurricane strength.  The hurricane center reports wind, water temperature, and moisture conditions appear favorable for Delta to regain major hurricane strength in the next 12 to 24 hours, with winds between 178 and 208 kilometers per hour, though some weakening is likely before it makes landfall.   A lifeguard tower lays on its side after it was...
    RALEIGH, N.C. -- Hurricane Delta strengthened quicker than expected, already reaching Category 2 with sustained winds of 100 miles per hour, according to the National Hurricane Center.Delta is continuing to gain strength and could reach Category 4--sustained wind speeds of 130-156 mph--as early as Tuesday night.As of the 5 a.m. update, Hurricane Delta is located about 420 miles east-southeast of Cozumel, Mexico. It is moving 15 mph west-northwest. Hurricane #Delta is now a Category 2 hurricane and headed toward the Gulf Coast. Possible landfall sometime late on Friday. #txwx #lawx #mswx #alwx #flwx pic.twitter.com/TVX1yQrbNJ— ???????????? ???????????????????????????????????????????? (@BigweatherABC11) October 6, 2020Delta is expected to make landfall, potentially as a major hurricane, sometime late Friday into early Saturday.If that happens, Delta would be the first-ever hurricane named after a Greek letter to strike the U.S. mainland.The forecast has the storm possibly reaching Category 4 strength around the Yucatán Peninsula and then weakening...
    RALEIGH, N.C. -- A newly formed tropical system in the Caribbean Sea strengthened into Hurricane Delta on Monday evening, according to the National Hurricane Center.As of Tuesday morning, Hurricane Delta has maximum sustained winds of 100 miles per hour as it moves into the Gulf of Mexico.As of the 5 a.m. update, Hurricane Delta is a Category 2 storm and moving 15 mph west-northwest. It's around 420 miles east-southeast of Cozumel, Mexico. Hurricane #Delta is now a Category 2 hurricane and headed toward the Gulf Coast. Possible landfall sometime late on Friday. #txwx #lawx #mswx #alwx #flwx pic.twitter.com/TVX1yQrbNJ— ???????????? ???????????????????????????????????????????? (@BigweatherABC11) October 6, 2020Delta would be the first-ever hurricane named after a Greek letter to strike the U.S. mainland.The forecast has the storm possibly reaching Category 4 strength around the Yucatán Penisula. At this point, it's expected to make landfall in the U.S. somewhere between the Louisiana-Texas border and the...
    WHITE HOUSE - White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows says President Donald Trump is meeting with doctors treating him for COVID-19 Monday to assess his progress and the administration is “optimistic” he could be discharged from the hospital later in the day. “Spoke to the President this morning.  He continued to improve over night and is ready to get back to a normal working schedule,” Meadows told Fox News.  “We are still optimistic that he will be able to return to the White House later today.” On Sunday, after tweeting a video that he is “getting great reports” from his doctors, Trump promised a little surprise for his supporters outside the hospital where he is being treated.    pic.twitter.com/0Bm9W2u1x7— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) October 4, 2020 The president then briefly left Walter Reed National Military Medical Center in an armored SUV with Secret Service agents in tow to drive...
    Donald Trump and his family arrived in Cleveland for Tuesday night's debate too late to take the suggested COVID test, the moderator Chris Wallace has revealed.  Wallace on Friday afternoon told his Fox News colleague Bill Hemmer that they were not tested. 'There was an honor system when it came to the people who came into the hall from the two campaigns,' Wallace said. Wallace arrived in Cleveland on Sunday, in time to be tested. 'They couldn't be tested by the clinic,' Wallace said. 'They didn't arrive until Tuesday afternoon. So for them to get tested, there wouldn't have been enough time to have the test and have the debate at 9 that night. They didn't show up until 3, 4, 5 in the afternoon.' Eleven people involved with setup and planning for Tuesday's presidential debate tested positive for the coronavirus after the event, the city of Cleveland said on...
    The mortal remains of famous playback singer and Padma awardee S.P. Balasubrahmanyam, popular as SPB or Balu in the movie world, was laid to rest with police honours at his farmhouse near here on Saturday. At about 12.30 p.m. SPB’s body was lowered into a dug up pit bringing to end a great musical era. The legendary singer who has recorded over 40,000 songs in 16 languages over a period of five decades, died on Friday afternoon due to cardio-respiratory arrest at the M.G.H. Healthcare. SP Balasubrahmanyam Funeral: Thalapathy Vijay Attends The Last Rites Of The Legendary Singer Performed By His Son SPB Charan (View Pics). Earlier in the day, hundreds of people stood in a long queue to pay homage to the singer as well as celebrities from the movie world at the farm house. The singer’s family performed the last rites. The mortal remains were brought...
    (CNN)Ruth Bader Ginsburg's personal trainer honored the late Supreme Court justice on Friday in a fitting fashion.Following the ceremony for the liberal icon at the US Capitol, Bryant Johnson went to pay his final respects to Ginsburg, who he had trained for mroe than two decades. Pausing before her casket as it lay in the National Statuary Hall, Johnson dropped and did three push-ups with perfect form. Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburgs trainer does pushups to honor her while she lays in state at the US Capitol ????????Bryant Johnson, an Army reservist, began working with the liberal legal icon in 1999 after she underwent surgery for colorectal cancer. https://t.co/KmCzmddwve pic.twitter.com/d4Et6Z04dS— CNN (@CNN) September 25, 2020 Johnson, an Army reservist, was Ginsburg's personal trainer since 1999 after she underwent surgery for colorectal cancer. He was among Ginsburg's family, friends and US lawmakers who attended the ceremony for the legendary jurist at the...
    WASHINGTON -- Toward the end of the line of mourners at late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg's memorial service Friday, one dropped to the ground and did three quick pushups in Ginsburg's honor.The unorthodox tribute came from Bryant Johnson, the justice's personal trainer. Ginsburg was well known for her commitment to physical fitness, even after several bouts of cancer. Ginsburg trained with Bryant twice a week, telling Washington television station WJLA in 2019 that Ginsburg would leave important dinners early to make sure she was able to exercise.EMBED More News Videos Watch Rabbi Lauren Holtzblatt's full remarks at Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg's memorial service in the U.S. Capitol in Washington on Friday, Sept. 25. "I looked and said 'Justice, you left the president to come do the workout?'" Johnson told WJLA. "And [she] said, 'Yes, got to do my pushups, got to do my planks and my workout.' I was like,...
    By The Associated Press Here’s a collection curated by The Associated Press’ entertainment journalists of what’s arriving on TV, streaming services and music platforms this week. MOVIES — “Enola Holmes”: It’s somewhat fitting that “Stranger Things” breakout Millie Bobby Brown gets her first starring role in a Netflix film, “Enola Holmes,” coming to the streamer Wednesday. (To be fair, it was supposed to be a theatrical release from Warner Bros. before COVID took its toll on the release calendar.) But it’ll reintroduce her to the base that made her famous. Brown plays Sherlock’s (Superman himself, Henry Cavill) little sister in this adaptation of the Nancy Springer mystery series. — “Judy”: Miss out on Renée Zellweger’s Oscar-winning turn as Judy Garland? Time to get happy because “Judy” is coming to Hulu Friday. Inspired by Peter Quilter’s play “End of the Rainbow,” "Judy” looks at some of Garland’s last years of life,...
    Here’s a collection curated by The Associated Press’ entertainment journalists of what’s arriving on TV, streaming services and music platforms this week. MOVIES — “Enola Holmes”: It’s somewhat fitting that “Stranger Things” breakout Millie Bobby Brown gets her first starring role in a Netflix film, “Enola Holmes,” coming to the streamer Wednesday. (To be fair, it was supposed to be a theatrical release from Warner Bros. before COVID took its toll on the release calendar.) But it’ll reintroduce her to the base that made her famous. Brown plays Sherlock’s (Superman himself, Henry Cavill) little sister in this adaptation of the Nancy Springer mystery series. — “Judy”: Miss out on Renée Zellweger’s Oscar-winning turn as Judy Garland? Time to get happy because “Judy” is coming to Hulu Friday. Inspired by Peter Quilter’s play “End of the Rainbow,” "Judy” looks at some of Garland’s last years of life, in late 1968 and...
    Here’s a collection curated by The Associated Press’ entertainment journalists of what’s arriving on TV, streaming services and music platforms this week. MOVIES — “Enola Holmes”: It’s somewhat fitting that “Stranger Things” breakout Millie Bobby Brown gets her first starring role in a Netflix film, “Enola Holmes,” coming to the streamer Wednesday. (To be fair, it was supposed to be a theatrical release from Warner Bros. before COVID took its toll on the release calendar.) But it’ll reintroduce her to the base that made her famous. Brown plays Sherlock’s (Superman himself, Henry Cavill) little sister in this adaptation of the Nancy Springer mystery series. — “Judy”: Miss out on Renée Zellweger’s Oscar-winning turn as Judy Garland? Time to get happy because “Judy” is coming to Hulu Friday. Inspired by Peter Quilter’s play “End of the Rainbow,” “Judy” looks at some of Garland’s last years of life, in late 1968 and...
    MIAMI (AP) — A hurricane watch was issued late Friday for coastal Texas as Tropical Storm Beta gains strength in the Gulf of Mexico during an exceptionally busy Atlantic hurricane season. Beta was 305 miles (495 kilometers) east of the mouth of the Rio Grande with maximum sustained winds at 60 mph (95 kph), the U.S. National Hurricane Center said in an advisory. Forecasters said the storm was expected to become a hurricane on Sunday. The hurricane watch was issued from Port Aransas, Texas, to High Island, Texas. Also in effect were a storm surge watch from Port Mansfield, Texas to High Island; and a tropical storm watch from south of Port Aransas to the mouth of the Rio Grande, and east of High Island to Morgan City, Louisiana. Forecasters were predicting up to 4 feet (1.2 meters) of storm surge along parts of the Texas coast. Wind, heavy rainfall...
    Daniel Prudes brother said he was acting erratic, suicidal before his deadly interaction with police The cost of a flu shot at Walmart, Costco, CVS and more Stocks stage late comeback but still end day lower Stocks fell Friday, despite a solid August jobs report. The Dow lost nearly 160 points in a topsy-turvy session. After initially opening higher, the index was down as much 628 points before roaring back. It was even briefly back in positive territory in the final hour of trading. © Spencer Platt/Getty Images People walk by Wall Street in lower Manhattan on September 02, 2020 in New York City. The Dow gained 454.84 points, or 1.59 percent, to close at 29,100.50. Closing less than 2 percent from an all-time high, the Dow posted its best rally since mid-July and closed. (Photo by Spencer Platt/Getty Images) The S&P 500 fell 0.8% and the...
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