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    A FUGITIVE team is searching for the parents of an alleged school shooter. It comes on the same day that a Michigan prosecutor filed four counts of involuntary manslaughter charges against each of Ethan Crumbley's parents. 4A fugitive team is searching for Ethan's parentsCredit: WNYT 4James and Jennifer Crumbley are both facing charges of involuntary manslaughterCredit: Facebook/jcrumbley 4Ethan Crumbey, 15, has been accused of killing four in a school shootingCredit: AP:Associated Press Crumbley, a sophomore at Oxford High School, will be charged with one count of terrorism causing death and four counts of first-degree murder. He also faces seven counts of assault with intent to murder and 12 counts of possession of a firearm in the commission of a felony. Prosecutors are now going to charge the 15-year-old's parents, James and Jennifer Crumbley, following his alleged rampage. A fugitive team is now reportedly hunting for the parents. “Their attorney had assured us that if a decision was made to charge them, she would produce them for arrest,” Oakland County Undersheriff Mike McCabe. Most read in The US SunON TRIAL Josh...
    THE mom of "school shooter" texted her son "don't do it" before he allegedly killed four at school. Ethan Crumbley, a sophomore at Oxford High School, will be charged with one count of terrorism causing death and four counts of first-degree murder. 3James and Jennifer Crumbley are both facing charges of involuntary manslaughterCredit: Facebook/jcrumbley 3Ethan Crumbey, 15, has been accused of killing four in a school shootingCredit: AP:Associated Press He also faces seven counts of assault with intent to murder and 12 counts of possession of a firearm in the commission of a felony. However, prosecutors are now going to charge the 15-year-old's parents, James and Jennifer Crumbley, following his alleged rampage. On Friday, a Michigan prosecutor filed four counts of involuntary manslaughter charges against each of the suspect's parents. Sources told the outlet that the couple will face charges that will be detailed by the Oakland County prosecutor during a press conference today. "With the right of owning a gun comes responsibility and the responsibility of a gun owner is to secure that weapon and to keep it out...
    ETHAN Crumbley's parents are expected to face charges after their son allegedly killed four in a high school shooting, a report claims. Crumbley, a sophomore at the school, will be charged with one count of terrorism causing death and four counts of first-degree murder. 3James and Jennifer Crumbley are expected to be chargedCredit: Facebook/jcrumbley 3Ethan Crumbey, 15, has been accused of killing four in a school shootingCredit: AP:Associated Press He also faces seven counts of assault with intent to murder and 12 counts of possession of a firearm in the commission of a felony. However, prosecutors are now reportedly going to charge the 15-year-old's parents, James and Jennifer Crumbley, following his alleged rampage, Fox2 reports. Sources told the outlet that the couple will face charges that will be detailed by the Oakland County prosecutor during a press conference today. "With the right of owning a gun comes responsibility and the responsibility of a gun owner is to secure that weapon and to keep it out of the hands of somebody who could kill people," said prosecutor Karen McDonald previously said...
    NBA star LeBron James had a false positive COVID-19 test and is allowed to return to the court Friday, according to the league. The Los Angeles Lakers star was placed in the league's health and safety protocols after he tested positive and was barred from playing in a game Tuesday, but the NBA now says multiple follow-up tests show negative results. "LeBron James has cleared the NBA's health and safety protocols," the NBA said Thursday, according to the Washington Post . "James was originally placed in the protocols on Tuesday, Nov. 30 after a series of tests delivered conflicting results, including an initial positive test that was collected on Nov. 29. Additional testing confirmed that he is not a positive case." LEBRON JAMES BLASTS ENES KANTER'S CRITICISM OF HIS 'SAD & DISGUSTING' CHINA TIES James, 36, initially tested positive for COVID-19 on Tuesday, hours before the Lakers were set to face off against the Sacramento Kings, and was blocked from playing. He is now clear to play against the Los Angeles Clippers on Friday. ...
    (CNN)Los Angeles Lakers' LeBron James is cleared to return to play after a brief stint isolated from his team due to the NBA's Covid-19 health and safety protocols. James has provided negative PCR tests since he was scratched from playing Tuesday, the NBA said in a statement. "James was originally placed in the Protocols on Tuesday, November 30 after a series of tests delivered conflicting results, including an initial positive test that was collected on November 29. Additional testing confirmed that he is not a positive case," the statement said."In accordance with the Protocols, and the consistent testing practice that has been in place since the 2019-20 Season Restart in Orlando, the sample that produced the initial positive test was re-run twice and returned one negative and one positive result on two different PCR instruments. As a result, James underwent additional testing on November 30, with one test returning a negative result and a second test resulting in a clinically inconclusive result." LeBron James gets fans ejected from courtside on return and hits clutch 3 in Lakers OT winIf...
    CHICAGO (CBS) — Two teenage carjacking suspects were arrested in Englewood overnight Monday into Tuesday following a wild police chase. Police said at midnight Tuesday morning, the two juvenile offenders were spotted traveling in a white BMW that had been taken in a carjacking. READ MORE: CVS Installs Time-Delay Safes At All Illinois Pharmacy Locations To Deter Would-Be ThievesThey were pursued by Illinois State Police, and ended up rear-ending a marked Chicago Police squad car in the 4800 block of South Wells Street in Fuller Park. The officers were not injured. READ MORE: Jussie Smollett Trial: Lead Detective In Investigation Explains On Witness Stand How Smollett Went From Victim To SuspectThe suspects made it to the 6700 block of South Union Avenue in Englewood and bailed from the car. They were arrested after a brief foot chase. MORE NEWS: Retailers Worry That Repeated Organized Thefts Could Scare Shoppers Away From Mag Mile, Other Districts This Holiday SeasonCharges were pending against the suspects late Tuesday.
    VIDEO1:5601:56JPMorgan's Dubravko Lakos-Bujas sees market upside despite omicron riskFast Money U.S. stock futures were higher in overnight trading on Tuesday following a sell-off on Wall Street over fears about the new Covid variant, omicron, and the Federal Reserve mulling a quicker-than-planned taper. Dow futures rose about 90 points. S&P 500 futures gained 0.5% and Nasdaq 100 futures rose 0.65%. The major averages have seen several volatile sessions, starting last Friday when the Dow Jones Industrial Average experienced its worst day since October 2020. Stocks rebounded on Monday, only to turn downward again on Tuesday. Wednesday marks the first trading day of the final month of 2021. On Tuesday, the Dow lost more than 650 points. The S&P 500 shed 1.9% and the tech-focused Nasdaq Composite dipped 1.6%. The small-cap benchmark Russell 2000 tumbled 1.9% as cyclical names dragged on the markets. Stocks hit their session lows when Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell said the central bank will discuss speeding up the bond-buying taper at its December meeting. Despite the potential disruption of omicron, the Fed chief said he thinks reducing...
    Aaron Carter has been pictured outside his home laying on his driveway following his split from fiancée Melanie Martin just one week after they welcomed their first child together. The 33-year-old pop star announced the split in a lengthy Twitter rant in the early hours of Tuesday morning, claiming Melanie had 'deceived' him by speaking to his estranged twin sister Angel behind his back. TMZ also reported Tuesday that Aaron believes his family are now 'actively working to place him under a conservatorship.' Pictured: Aaron Carter lays out on his driveway after split from fiancée Melanie Martin... as he fears his family want to place him under a conservatorship  However, Melanie denied this to the outlet, and sources close to his brother, Backstreet Boys member Nick Carter, also denied that is what the family want. RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Aaron Carter SPLITS from fiancee Melanie Martin ONE WEEK... Aaron Carter's twin sister Angel Conrad GRANTED domestic... Lindsay Lohan is ENGAGED! Actress reveals she will marry her... Aaron Carter and fiancée Melanie...
    CHICAGO (CBS) — Activist Adam Hollingsworth, known as the “Dreadhead Cowboy,” was sentenced to 90 days in jail on Tuesday, after repeatedly interrupting a Cook County judge during a hearing in his animal cruelty case. Hollingsworth is representing himself against animal cruelty charges after he rode his horse for several miles down the Dan Ryan Expressway during a protest last year, causing the animal to suffer several injuries. READ MORE: Jussie Smollett Trial: Lead Detective In Investigation Explains On Witness Stand How Smollett Went From Victim To SuspectAt a hearing in his case on Tuesday, Judge Michael McHale ruled Hollingsworth in contempt of court, after Hollingsworth repeatedly interrupted the judge, despite warnings not to do so. According to a copy of the judge’s written contempt ruling, Hollingsworth also has “repeatedly made misrepresentations to this court” since his arraignment one year ago, including “serious and baseless allegations against opposing counsel today that they were intentionally and in bad faith hiding evidence.” View this document on Scribd READ MORE: Cook County Surpasses 1,000 Homicides For First Time Since 1994According...
    Psaki spoke with reporters aboard Air Force One as the president traveled to Minnesota White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki stood by the Biden administration's belief that record inflation that's emptying Americans' pocketbooks is only temporary on Tuesday - despite other officials warning otherwise just hours earlier. She instead accused Republicans of complaining about sky-high prices 'through a bullhorn' while having 'absolutely no plan' to fix it. Speaking to reporters aboard Air Force One as President Joe Biden traveled to Minnesota, Psaki was asked about Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell's comments from a Senate hearing earlier in the day that the 31-year high prices of consumer goods may not be 'transitory' as officials hoped earlier.  'Inflation will ease over time, whatever you want to call it,' Psaki responded, carefully avoiding labels that earned criticism for Biden and his economic team. She countered, 'the question right now isn't what you call it, it's what you're going to do about it.'  'Our supply chain issues and higher prices are rooted in the pandemic, which will subside as we get it under control,...
    In this article BOX CRM The Salesforce Tower, left, and the Salesforce West office building in San Francisco, California, U.S., on Tuesday, Feb. 23, 2021.David Paul Morris | Bloomberg | Getty ImagesCheck out the companies making headlines after the bell: Salesforce — Shares of the software giant dropped more than 6% in after hours trading on Tuesday after issuing fourth quarter earnings guidance below expectations. Next year revenue guidance also missed estimates. Salesforce, however, reported better-than-expected earnings and revenue for last quarter. The company also announced it promoted Bret Taylor to the role of co-CEO, alongside Marc Benioff. Box — Shares of Box rose 8% in after hours trading on Tuesday after beating on the top and bottom lines of its quarterly results. The company reported earnings of 22 cents per share on revenue of $224.0 million. Wall Street expected earnings of 21 cents per share on revenue of $218.5 million, according to Refinitiv. Box's fourth quarter and full year revenue and earnings also topped estimates. HP Enterprise — Shares of HP Enterprise ticked nearly 8% lower in...
    ROXBURY (CBS) — One person was shot on Rockland Street in Roxbury Tuesday afternoon and has been taken to the hospital. Boston Police said they received a call about a shooting around 1:30 p.m. So far, no arrests have been made. The condition of the person who was shot is also unknown at this time. Boston Police officers were seen Tuesday afternoon laying out evidence markers where the shooting took place. This is a developing story.
    Who knows what the Thanksgiving traditions are in Matt Nagy’s household? But it’s a good bet that once the Chicago Bears coach returned home from Detroit on Thursday evening, he found his way to the liquor supply and poured himself a drink. Extra stiff. What a freaking week, right? And the tumult may be just getting started. After the Bears suffered a brutal home loss to the Baltimore Ravens on Sunday and then followed with three days of commotion centered around the coach’s job security and grip on the locker room, Bears players regrouped just enough Thursday to sneak past the miserable Lions 16-14 at Ford Field. The victory itself was far from impressive. Miles from it actually, merely earning the Bears an “At least you’re not the Lions” medallion. But at the very least, it ended the team’s 45-day stretch without a victory, snapped a five-game losing streak and allowed Nagy some much-needed relief as he headed into a long weekend. “This is about the team,” Nagy said during a 10-minute postgame news conference....
    CHICAGO (AP) — The death of 3-year-old boy who died after plunging from the 17th floor window of a Chicago apartment building is being investigated by police and child welfare officials, authorities said. The Cook County medical examiner’s office identified the boy Wednesday as Lamar Roach Jr. of Chicago and said an autopsy would be conducted Thursday. Chicago police said the boy may have pushed out a screen in the window Tuesday night before he fell from the 17th floor apartment on the city’s Near North Side. He was found in bushes below and taken to Lurie Children’s Hospital, where he was pronounced dead. Police said boy’s fatal plunge about 10:40 p.m. Tuesday was being investigated as an accident. The Illinois Department of Children and Family Services is also investigating the boy’s death, spokesman Bill McCaffrey told the Chicago Tribune. McCaffrey said the state agency had not previously had contact with the boy’s family. Copyright © 2021 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, written or redistributed.
    PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — A man is dead after a Tuesday night shooting in Southwest Philadelphia, according to police. The shooting happened around 10:30 p.m. Tuesday in the 6200 block of Woodland Avenue near 62nd Street. Chief Inspector Scott Small told CBS3 officers were flagged down and found a 29-year-old man on the sidewalk bleeding. He was shot in the head and unresponsive. READ MORE: By Plane Or Train, Philadelphia Travelers Head Out Before The Thanksgiving HolidayAuthorities said officers recognized the victim as someone who frequents the area. READ MORE: Brotherly Love: Spring Garden Community Pantry Joining Other Pantries To Keep People Warm This Holiday SeasonEmergency personnel pronounced him at 10:41 p.m. There have been no arrests, and there is no motive at this time. MORE NEWS: WATCH LIVE: Philadelphia Leaders, State Officials Address Citywide Gun Violence As Homicide Total Nears 500For a list of gun violence resources in Philadelphia, click here
    An 8-year-old boy who suffered injuries in Sunday’s Waukesha, Wisconsin, Christmas parade attack has died, NBC26 reported Tuesday. Jackson Sparks, as well as his 12-year-old brother, Tucker, were seriously injured after a suspect plowed his car through a crowd at a parade in Waukesha Sunday night, killing 5 others and injuring more than 40, NBC26 reported. A GoFundMe page set up for Jackson’s medical expenses stated he underwent brain surgery at Children’s Wisconsin after sustaining life-threatening injuries, according to CBS58. An update posted Tuesday evening said Jackson succumbed to his injuries. (RELATED: Car Plows Through Crowd At Wisconsin Christmas Parade, Multiple Injured) “Please know that they appreciate your continued prayers and tremendous outpouring of support for their family,” read the statement, according to CBS58. “They do however ask for privacy at this time to allow Tucker to continue to heal physically and their family to heal and mourn the tremendous loss of their sweet little boy who is now under the care of Jesus.” Authorities identified the suspect as 39-year-old Darrell Brooks of Milwaukee, NBC26 reported. Brooks faces 5 counts...
    The man accused of killing six and injuring 62 when he drove his car into a Christmas parade in Wisconsin has appeared before a judge.  Darrell Brooks Jr., 39, made his first appearance in court on Tuesday as the death count rose to six, with a child added to the dead.  The court heard that he had multiple previous violent convictions, charges filed in three states and lengthy custody time in Georgia.  Friends and families of the 60 people, including many children, hit by an SUV that sped through a Christmas parade in a suburban Milwaukee downtown say they suffered life-threatening injuries, with some clinging to life. Darrell Brooks Jr, 39, is pictured in his November 16 booking photo, provided by Waukesha County Sheriffs Ofice Items lie in the middle of a street in Waukesha, Wisconsin, on Monday, where investigations continue after a vehicle slammed into a holiday parade the day before, killing several people and injuring multiple others A young girl who is a member of a dance troupe struck by the SUV, a moment captured on cellphone...
    The son of supermodel Helena Christensen and 'The Walking Dead' star Norman Reedus made his first appearance in court on Tuesday after allegedly punching a woman at a New York City street festival.  Mingus Reedus, 22, was charged with misdemeanor assault for allegedly punching a 24-year-old woman in the face while attending Manhattan's famed San Gennaro street festival in September. On Tuesday, Reedus was photographed walking side by side with his attorney Isabelle A. Kirshner as he entered Manhattan Criminal Court in a brown suit with his blonde hair parted and a mask covering his face. Scroll Down For Video:   Model Mingus Reedus appeared in Manhattan Criminal Court with attorney Isabelle A. Kirshner on Tuesday Mingus is the son of 'The Walking Dead' star Norm Reedus and supermodel Helena Christensen Reedus, 22, was photographed walking side by side with his attorney as he entered Manhattan Criminal Court in a brown suit Reedus is escorted by court officers through the hallways of Manhattan Criminal Court 
    MANSFIELD (CBS) – A meth lab was discovered after a fire at a home in Mansfield early Tuesday morning and the man who lives there, 48-year-old Robert Triggs, is now facing charges. Firefighters were called to Triggs’ house on Stearns Avenue just before 2 a.m. and found a fire in a bedroom on the second floor. Everyone in the home got out safe. But after the fire was put out, the fire investigator found what police said “appeared to be chemicals used in the manufacturing of unlawful narcotics.” A hazardous materials team, lab specialists and the bomb squad from the State Police were called in to process the evidence. “Evidence gathered at this time suggests the chemicals and related items in the home were being used to manufacture methamphetamine,” State Police spokesman Dave Procopio said in a statement. Triggs was charged with possession of narcotics and manufacturing methamphetamine. He was taken into custody and will be arraigned Tuesday in Attleboro District Court. No other information is available at this point in the investigation.
    VIDEO3:2403:24Pres. Biden renominated Jerome Powell to be Fed chair — Here's what four investors say it means for marketsTrading Nation U.S. stock futures were mildly lower in early morning trading on Tuesday after a tech-focused sell-off spurred by rising bond yields that saw the Nasdaq Composite drop more than 1%. Dow futures shed 33 points. S&P 500 futures and Nasdaq 100 futures both traded below the flatline. The S&P 500 and Nasdaq Composite fell on Monday as growth pockets of the market reacted to a jump in bond yields. The U.S. 10-year Treasury yield climbed by 9 basis points to above 1.62% on Monday. Stocks initially reacted positively to the announcement that Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell was nominated for a second four-year term by President Joe Biden, driving expectations that the central bank will stay on its monetary path as the economy recovers from the pandemic and attempts to combat inflation. However, markets reversed course towards the end of the session and yields continued to rise. On Monday, the Dow Jones Industrial Average rose 17 points, after being up...
    DENVER (CBS4) – Since there was no snow through midnight Sunday night, the record has now been broken for the latest first snow ever recorded in Denver. And while there is a winter-style storm on the way for later this week, it seems unlikely Denver will get any accumulating snowfall. While it’s unknown when the first accumulation will happen this season, 2021 is guaranteed to top of the list of latest first snow ever recorded. The previous record was November 21, 1934. READ MORE: Denver Rewrites Weather History By Breaking 1934 Record For Latest First Measurable Snow (source: CBS) Denver has also reached fifth place on the list of longest streaks without snow (from the last snow in the spring to the first snow in the fall). Only four years 1880s have had longer streaks. Like this year, the city was in a drought at that time. Plus record keeping was as dependable as it eventually became in the 20th century so some of the records are questions. Regardless, if Denver were to reach December 13 without measurable, the city...
    In this article IBUY WMT Opt for e-commerce over big-box names when it comes to retail, Tocqueville Asset Management's John Petrides says. Walmart's better-than-expected fiscal third-quarter earnings weren't enough to maintain the stock's year-to-date gain, with the shares going negative for 2021 during Tuesday's session. Rival Target's stock also fell following its Wednesday earnings beat. Though Walmart CEO Doug McMillon called the company's global business "underappreciated" and highlighted its digital sales growth abroad, it's not the best e-commerce play out there, Petrides told CNBC's "Trading Nation" on Tuesday. "What we're seeing through Walmart is that the U.S. consumer is quite strong and Walmart's sales grew nicely, but the problem is inflationary costs and labor costs are crimping the bottom line," the portfolio manager said. "That is a hurdle for big-box retailers going forward," he said. "You have to increase your e-commerce sales to survive and compete more effectively in the current environment." Petrides suggested looking into the Amplify Online Retail ETF (IBUY), a basket of 80 stocks at the forefront of e-commerce. Its top five holdings as of...
    OAKLEY — Police were investigating a solo injury collision Tuesday that sent a toddler and her mother to hospitals with major injuries, authorities said. At 6:40 p.m., police and firefighters responded to Taco Bell, 2015 Main St., for a report of a collision, according to statements. When they arrived, they found a vehicle with major damage and learned that its driver had come through a grocery-store parking lot at high speed before hitting a bollard or pillar outside. After realizing the driver and child inside were seriously injured, firefighters began providing care to the driver before working to get her out of her vehicle, while police provided traffic control for medical helicopters to land nearby at Main Street and Live Oak Avenue. The child was flown by ConAir medical helicopter to UCSF Benioff Children’s Hospital Oakland, while the mother was taken by CHP Golden Gate Division air operations helicopter to John Muir Medical Center in Walnut Creek. Their conditions were not immediately available Tuesday night. Anyone with information should call Oakley police at 925-625-8855 or e-mail OPD@ci.oakley.ca.us. Contact George Kelly at 408-859-5180.
    When police responded to a shooting at a Wichita, Kansas home around 12:50 a.m. Tuesday morning, they found a 27-year-old man on the floor with multiple gunshot wounds. He was pronounced dead at the scene. The victim, identified in local reports as Matthew Rodriquez, made comments about taking his life before shooting himself once in the head, said investigators. That initial shot “was deemed self-inflicted,” Capt. Jason Stephens of the Wichita Police Department told reporters at a Tuesday press briefing. What happened next, according to Stephens, was murder. After Rodriquez fired the first bullet, his roommate, Charles Ian Burnham, 28, “immediately thereafter retrieved the same gun and shot the victim two additional times,” Stephens said. “As a result we have booked Mr. Burnham into the Sedgwick County Jail for one count of first degree murder.” Stephens would not provide additional details as to why Burnham was arrested on murder charges after Rodriquez had already shot himself, citing an ongoing investigation. “But,” he said, “one of the elements of first degree murder is premeditation. So that being the case, there was,...
    Authorities issued a mandatory evacuation order for residents and businesses in a town near Rocky Mountain National Park in Colorado after a wildfire broke out in the area, NBC News reported. According to the Larimer County Sheriff’s Office, the Kruger Rock Fire was first reported by officials Tuesday morning.  The wildfire started near the town of Hermit Park and expanded to cover 75 acres within the next two hours, threatening several structures in its path, according to the department’s statement.  This is the Larimer County Sheriff's Office with an emergency message. Fire officials have ordered an upgrade to mandatory evacuations for the area of Meadowdale and south to the Boulder County line, to include Big Elk Meadows and Pinewood Springs west of https://t.co/apx8bDAyH2— Larimer Sheriff (@LarimerSheriff) November 16, 2021 Weather conditions heightened the wildfire risk going into Tuesday, per NBC News, as forecasters predicted high winds would affect most of the state. According to the National Weather Service, winds near the wildfire are expected to reach speeds of roughly 25 to 30 mph with low humidity.  Risks were also elevated because Colorado, along with much of the western U.S.,...
    (CNN)A family of four were rescued by a helicopter Tuesday after their vehicle got stuck in the Australian outback following bad weather and flooding.The two adults and two children were traveling in a Mitsubishi Canter 4WD when they got bogged down in the Simpson Desert near Oodnadatta, central Australia, according to a statement from South Australia Police on Tuesday.Police were informed on Friday that the family had become stuck. A satellite phone and supplies were dropped to the group.On Tuesday, a rescue helicopter winched them to safety."The family are being flown to Coober Pedy to stay the night, where they will then make their own further travel arrangements," reads the police statement.The family were airlifted to safety on Tuesday.Read MoreCNN affiliate 9News named the family as Ori Zavros, his wife Lindsey and children Zane and Zoe, who are from Perth, Western Australia.The parents and two children have been traveling around Australia in a homemade campervan since last year, reports 9News.It was originally thought that rescuing the family would take up to two weeks, in which time flooded roads would clear,...
    by Charlie De Mar and Mugo Odigwe KENOSHA, Wis. (CBS) — Kyle Rittenhouse’s fate is now in the hands of a jury, which will begin deliberations Tuesday morning, after prosecutors and defense attorneys presented their closing arguments on Monday in his trial over shooting three people, killing two of them, in Kenosha last year. READ MORE: CDC Recalls 'Citterio Salame Sticks' Linked To Salmonella OutbreakDeliberations will begin at 9 a.m. Tuesday, after jurors heard from more than 30 witnesses during two weeks of testimony. Prosecutors and defense attorneys painted starkly different pictures of the teenage gunman in closing arguments on Monday, with a prosecutor describing him as a vigilante with “no remorse, no regard for life,” and the defense team calling him “a 17 year-old kid out there trying to help this community.” Rittenhouse faces five felony charges in the August 2020 shootings that killed Joseph Rosenbaum and Anthony Huber, and wounded Gaige Grosskreutz, during a chaotic night of protests in Kenosha over the police shooting of Jacob Blake, There’s no question Rittenhouse shot anyone. However, jurors must decide whether Rittenhouse fired in...
    Former President Donald Trump lashed out at anchor Brian Williams over the anchor’s departure from NBC — a full four days after that news broke. With the timeliness of a distracted carrier pigeon and the reflexes of an intoxicated brontosaurus, Trump delivered his reaction to Williams’ departure Saturday afternoon in  one of those statements-that-look-like-tweets-but-aren’t that have been his primary mode of communication now that he is banned from most social media platforms. In the statement, Trump was gracious as ever: – November 13, 2021 – Statement by Donald J. Trump, 45th President of the United States of America Looks like Lyin’ Brian Williams is leaving ratings-challenged MSNBC to search for new employment. Never had the credibility to do what he is doing after he was caught lying about his involvement in a fake military airplane skirmish. He later confessed, it never happened. He’s tired of his current show and they’re obviously tired of him—won’t be missed! News of Williams’ departure broke Tuesday night. “Following much reflection, and after 28 years with the company, I have decided to leave NBC upon the completion of my...
    Christina Perri to Release Lullaby Album for Her Daughter Rosie Who Was Born Silent Who Pays For Home Renovations on Your Favorite HGTV and Other Shows — and What Do They Cost? The basketball world caught its first glimpse of Duke freshman Paolo Banchero's immense talent in Tuesday's season-opening 79-71 win over Kentucky at Madison Square Garden. That includes Lakers star LeBron James, who appreciated the Seattle native's kicks as much as his game.  © Provided by CBS Sports James posted an Instagram story of Banchero tying his blue and white LeBron 11 sneakers with the caption "PAOLO VIBEZ!!!! 11's GO CRAZY." The picture came from SLAM, which featured Banchero -- the nation's second-ranked recruit, per 247Sports -- on its most recent magazine cover.  Properly done. Paolo Banchero in the LeBron 11 and the Air Jordan III for his first SLAM cover. https://t.co/OkAZHH3HCWpic.twitter.com/ZnkaqGqm9I— SLAM Kicks (@SLAMKicks) November 10, 2021"AND BY THE WAY HE SO TOUGH," James added in Wednesday's story. "SEATTLE GOT ANOTHER 1."  Banchero -- who recorded 22 points, seven rebounds and two steals in his highly-anticipated college...
    PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — A 43-year-old security guard is charged with murder after Philadelphia police say he shot and killed a 29-year-old man near LOVE Park Tuesday evening. Gregory Thomas, 43, is charged with murder and other offenses. Police later identified the victim as Ryan Groff of Lancaster, Pennsylvania. READ MORE: NJ Senate President Steve Sweeney Concedes To Newcomer, Edward Durr, Cites 'Red Wave'  The shooting happened around 9 p.m. Tuesday. Thomas, who is a security guard at the Christmas Village exhibit, “became involved in a disturbance with” Groff, the department said in a release. Police said Groff tried to enter an area of the attraction that was prohibited. Police said Thomas went to his Jeep and grabbed a duffle bag. He then pulled a gun out of the bag and shot the victim multiple times. READ MORE: President Joe Biden Set To Attend Memorial Service For Former Delaware Gov. Ruth Ann MinnerInvestigators said Groff was shot in the head, neck, and stomach in the busy area, which is near City Hall and crowded streets. The victim died at Jefferson...
    STEVE BRUCE has been spotted cheering on the England cricket team once again as he enjoys an extended break in Dubai. England were taking on New Zealand in the semi-final of the T20 World Cup. 3Alex Bruce and Steve Bruce at the Australia gameCredit: Instagram @4alexbruce 3Bruce was snapped in attendance at England vs New Zealand And Bruce, 60, has offered his support to the team throughout the campaign. He attended the thumping of Australia with son Alex earlier in the campaign, courtesy of tickets given to them by Jonny Bairstow. Bruce has been unwinding since his 27-month spell at Newcastle came to an end in October. He was in charge for just one match under the new Saudi owners - the 3-2 home defeat to Tottenham. And the Toon have been busy searching for his replacement, finally settling on Eddie Howe this week. The new boss has looked to stamp his mark on the club immediately. Most read in Premier LeagueLive BlogFOOTY LIVE Declan Rice transfer EXCLUSIVE, Frank Lampard FAVOURITE for Norwich job,UNITED LATEST Paul Pogba out for TWO...
    MSNBC host and former "Nightly News" anchor Brian Williams will leave NBC News in December after 28 years at the network, he announced Tuesday. Williams, who has helmed MSNBC's 11 p.m. show “The 11th Hour with Brian Williams” for the past five years, said he is stepping away from the network at the completion of his contract. “Following much reflection, and after 28 years with the company, I have decided to leave NBC upon the completion of my current contract in December,” Williams said in a statement to The New York Times. “I have been truly blessed. I have been allowed to spend almost half of my life with one company. NBC is a part of me and always will be,” he added. The longtime journalist was suspended from "Nightly News" for six months in 2015 over embellishing a story about coming under fire while in Iraq. “This is the end of a chapter and the beginning of another,” he said Tuesday, according to the Times, adding “There are many things I want to do, and I’ll pop up again...
    CHICAGO (CBS) — Businesses and cars were shot up in Hyde Park in the middle of the day Tuesday, leaving a trail of glass and windows shattered – and sending bullets right into a Kilwins candy shop. As CBS 2’s Tara Molina reported Tuesday, the owner of the Kilwins franchise at 5226 S. Harper Ave. said some of her employees are telling her they don’t feel safe coming back to work. READ MORE: University Of Chicago Graduate Shot And Killed During Robbery Attempt In Hyde ParkAt 12:02 p.m. Tuesday, the Kilwins was one of two local businesses hit by gunfire, along with multiple vehicles, police said. No injuries were reported, but plenty of damage was done – and the owner said it could have been far worse. Late Tuesday, staff at the Kilwins were still picking up broken glass, and the window that was shattered by a bullet was boarded up. Inside, owner Jackie Jackson showed us a table of caramel apples that are now ruined. “All this product on the table is damaged,” she said, “because glass could have...
    MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — Prior Lake High School officials say an investigation is underway after a “serious and disturbing racist video” was posted to social media by students at the school. In a letter sent to staff and families, Principal Dr. John Bezek said the video “goes against everything for which our school stands” and the school doesn’t tolerate racism or hate speech. READ MORE: Child Tax Credit: When Will You Get Your November Payment?“We have launched an investigation into the students involved with the video and will take appropriate action,” Bezek said. Bezek said the school received several reports regarding the video Tuesday morning. READ MORE: Elsa Segura Sentenced To Life In Prison For Aiding In Killing Of Monique Baugh“Racist messages like the ones in the video create an environment that is hostile to learning. I want to assure students and staff that we are committed to their safety and emotional well-being,” Bezek said in the letter. Bezek says student leaders will gather Tuesday afternoon and will be discussing ways to move forward. Read...
    GENEVA, Ill. (WLS) -- A man was honored Tuesday morning in Kane County for saving the life of another man from an oncoming train last month.It was a hero's honor in Kane County Tuesday, as officials presented Lewis Medina with the Citizen of the Year Award.It was a recognition months in the making, after Medina saved a man's life."I just felt I had do something, had to help him!" Medina said.It was back in October when Medina said he saw a car stuck on the tracks at the BNSF Railroad Barnes Road crossing, just north of Prairie Street in Sugar Grove.Medina left his car on the side of the road to check on the 72-year-old driver, who apparently was suffering from a medical issue and couldn't move."And then, I just said, 'we have to get out in case a train comes,' and then a train started coming, and that's when all the chaos started," Medina said.RELATED: Good Samaritan pulls Aurora man, 72, from car stuck on train tracks before Sugar Grove crashJust as he got the driver out of the...
    UPDATE: Authorities turned to the public for help in finding the rider of a crashed, burning motorcycle that was found in the left lane of the southbound Garden State Parkway in Paramus early Monday night. The crash occurred around 5:30 p.m. near mile marker 162.4, New Jersey State Police Sgt. First Class Lawrence Peele said Tuesday. Officers responding to the call found the motorcycle in flames, skid marks on the roadway and no rider. Fearing a possible ejection into the woods, state troopers summoned a Maywood police bloodhound and a Northstar helicopter with thermal imaging cameras. The search was "met with negative results," Peele said. Paramus firefighters extinguished the flames. Traffic, meanwhile, was backed up for miles. The southbound left lane was reopened shortly before 7 p.m. and the other lanes soon after. As of early Tuesday afternoon, Peele said, "the cause and circumstances surrounding the crash remain under investigation." ANYONE who witnessed the crash is asked to call Paramus police: (201) 262-3400 or New Jersey State Police: (609) 882-2000.
    (CNN)The lessons from Tuesday's elections are still being revealed and absorbed.Glenn Youngkin's victory in Virginia -- which would've been surprising two months ago when Terry McAuliffe was considered the narrow favorite -- suggests there is a way for Republicans to campaign and win without former President Donald Trump. After Tuesday's election, it's clear voters will respond to a candidate talking about issues that affect everyday families, and who lays out a positive vision to move forward. But Trump still hangs over the GOP like a sword of Damocles, as seen by Youngkin's resistance to campaigning with him. Trump's willingness to play in primaries -- or, as we saw in Georgia, runoffs -- can tank Republicans he doesn't like. It is part of his DNA, and it hasn't changed.Douglas HeyeOn the other side, Democrats' takeaways from last week's loss appear to be that Congress needed to pass the "Build Back Better" legislation to show results that they can run on, while also pushing back on the increasingly leftward tilt and "woke"-ness of their progressive wing. "Some of these people need to...
    Laura Ingraham said in her opening monologue Thursday that Democrats don't actually care about Americans and they are using the coronavirus pandemic as an opportunity to push other unrelated and socialist agendas. "They hate this country, they hate the people of this country, and they will seize any opportunity to punish us," she said.  After Democrats lost in the Virginia elections one may have expected them to grovel – but that's not what happened, Laura Ingraham said. "Anyone who thought the Democrats' losses on Tuesday would humble them and cause a little self-reflection, he was badly mistaken." MANCHIN CALLS ELECTION RESULTS A 'WAKE-UP CALL,' REACTS TO IMPACT ON BIDEN AGENDA U.S. Vice President Kamala Harris speaks during the 30th Anniversary of National Action Network at Carnegie Hall in the Manhattan borough of New York City, New York, U.S., November 1, 2021. REUTERS/Jeenah Moon The Virginia omen won't stop the Democrats, in fact, they are doubling down, she said. "If anything, they're now going for broke on woke. Or they want us to be woke and go broke." "Polls aren't...
    Tuesday’s Republican sweep at the polls has left Democrats in Congress questioning whether their ambitious social welfare spending agenda turned off voters or perhaps didn’t go far enough to win their support. Republicans swept statewide races in Virginia, effectively flipping the Legislature to the GOP and installing a Republican governor for the first time since 2014. An unknown, underfunded Republican candidate nearly defeated incumbent Democratic Gov. Phil Murphy in deep-blue New Jersey, while GOP candidates eliminated every Democrat from the Newark City Council. In other races, liberal and socialist candidates were defeated in favor of mainstream Democrats in New York and Ohio. At the same time, Minneapolis voters rejected a far-left proposal to replace the Police Department with a public safety agency. House and Senate Democrats pondered what last Tuesday’s result could mean for them in the critical 2022 midterm elections and how it should govern their legislative agenda. The Senate is now evenly split between the two parties, while Democrats hold a three-seat advantage in the House. Republicans, vying to retake both chambers next...
    THE mom of the young woman who burned to death in Tuesday’s fireball crash after Henry Ruggs' Corvette allegedly smashed into her SUV on a Vegas street recognized her daughter's burning car on TV news reports. “Hey this could be her car, I checked the news,” Tina Tintor’s mother told her daughter's best friend Bojana Filipovic, who recalled the conversation in an interview with The Sun.  5Tina Tintor, 23, died with her dog in a wrecked and burned Toyota Rav-4 after it was struck from behind by Henry Ruggs III's 2020 Corvette early on Tuesday morning in VegasCredit: MEGA for The US Sun 5The family of victim Tina Tintor exit the Regional Justice Center in Las Vegas on Wednesday following the initial court appearance of former Raiders wide receiver Henry Ruggs IIICredit: AP 5Bojana Filipovic, Tina Tintor's best friend, revealed how the crash victim's mom recognized her daughter's burning car Like Tintor’s mother, Filipovic had woken up on Tuesday concerned that her best friend was involved in the deadly crash on Rainbow Boulevard nearby the Sunset Strip.  “I knew immediately...
    Former US congresswoman Barbara-Rose Collins dies at 82 Covid-hit India cinemas bet on delayed blockbusters to revive crowds Matt Nagy will be back on the sidelines on Monday night. The Chicago Bears coach, who missed their 33-22 loss to the San Francisco 49ers last week after testing positive for COVID-19, was cleared on Tuesday and is now back with the team. "It was great to be able to get outside to get back out there with them,” he said Thursday, via the Bears. "I was cleared on Tuesday, so I was back in the office Tuesday morning. I was able to get back in here and get back to some quote-unquote normalcy. It was awesome seeing all the coaches and really just kind of getting back on track." Nagy tested positive for the virus last month, and was away from the team quarantining for the entire week leading up to their loss to the 49ers. Special teams coordinator Chris Tabor led the team in his absence. Nagy was one of several Bears players and coaches who tested positive in...
    THE boyfriend of the woman who burned to death after Henry Ruggs' high-speed car crash Tuesday morning is “crushed.” The 23-year-old died early Tuesday morning in a fireball crash after Ruggs slammed into the back of her Toyota Rav-4 after reaching a speed of up to 156mph while allegedly driving drunk.
    Republicans are jubilant, brimming with confidence about what Glenn YoungkinGlenn YoungkinDemocrats must stop their infighting — and four other lessons from the 2021 elections Democrats feel new urgency on Biden agenda after Virginia rout Republican optimism soars over Democratic debacle MORE’s gubernatorial win in Virginia means for their 2022 hopes to take back control of Congress. Less than a year after finding themselves locked out of the White House and banished to the minority in both chambers of Congress, GOP lawmakers are feeling bullish about their chances next year with the House and Senate both up for grabs. Republicans acknowledge that the political environment could shift between now and the home stretch of the midterm election, when most voters will start tuning in. But they contend the results in Virginia and the closer-than-expected results in New Jersey’s gubernatorial contest underscore that the pendulum is swinging back in their direction.  “I think this is an earthquake,” said Sen. Josh HawleyJoshua (Josh) David HawleyEmanuel nomination advances despite Democratic opposition Republicans to challenge Biden vaccine mandate Gun control group alleges campaign finance violations...
    Republican Ann Davison was elected City Attorney of Seattle on Tuesday, a rare Republican win in the liberal city — just over a year after parts of it were taken over by left-wing activists in the “Capitol Hill Autonomous Zone” (CHAZ). The Seattle Times reported: Republican Ann Davison held a strong 58% to 41% lead in the race for Seattle city attorney, with returns Tuesday showing voters rejecting the brash language of her police abolitionist opponent, Nicole Thomas-Kennedy, in favor of Davison’s law-and-order stance. No race in Tuesday’s city election was more fraught with the potential for unpredictable consequences than the race for Seattle’s official lawyer, who traditionally has prosecuted minor crimes and provided legal advice and defense for the city and its employees, including police. Local NBC affiliate King 5 reported Davison as saying that “the City Attorney’s Office is not for setting policy or a ‘place for radical agenda’,” but rather “a place to provide impartial advice to those elected to create policy and to maintain laws so there is public safety.” Ann Davison Local police chief Carmen Best, whose...
    Vice President Kamala Harris told reporters on Wednesday that she would leave it to the pundits to decide what Republican Glenn Youngkin's upset win in the Virginia governor's race means for Democrats, then went on to tout two Democratic victories in deep-blue areas.  "I will say this: We had great wins," Harris said on Wednesday. "We have Eric Adams in New York. In Ohio, we had Mrs. Brown, Shontel Brown, a great win and what I think will be a great addition to the United States Congress." Democrat Eric Adams, a former police captain who is currently the Brooklyn borough president, easily defeated Republican Curtis Sliwa on Tuesday to become the next Mayor of New York City, where registered Democrats outnumber Republicans by roughly seven-to-one.  next Image 1 of 2 Democratic candidate Shontel Brown shares a laugh with people at the Bedford Community Center, Tuesday, Nov. 2, 2021, in Bedford Heights, Ohio. (AP Photo/Tony Dejak) prev Image 2 of 2 Eric Adams, Brooklyn borough president and Democratic candidate for New York City mayor speaks during...
    This is the best war movie of all time, according to data 6 Tips for Preserving Retirement Funds as You Close In on Kicking Back The Las Vegas Raiders released Henry Ruggs on Tuesday night, just hours after the wide receiver was booked and charged with two felonies for his alleged role in a fatal car accident earlier that morning. © Rick Scuteri, AP Las Vegas Raiders wide receiver Henry Ruggs III (11) warms up before an NFL football game against the Chicago Bears, Sunday, Oct. 10, 2021, in Las Vegas. Ruggs faces charges of driving under the influence of alcohol resulting in death and reckless driving, according to court records. He is scheduled to make an initial court appearance Wednesday. The Las Vegas Metro Police Department said Tuesday that Ruggs, driving a Chevrolet Corvette, collided into the back of a Toyota Rav4 at approximately 3:39 a.m. on Tuesday. The Toyota burst into flames, and fire department officials found the driver - an unidentified 23-year-old woman - found dead inside the vehicle, police said. From NFL plays to college sports scores, all...
    Photo via Erick Erickson on Facebook. The sweeping GOP victories Tuesday night in Virginia and elsewhere should convince those peddling conspiracy theories about the 2020 election being stolen to “STFU,” wrote Erick Erickson in a Facebook post published shortly after midnight Eastern Time Wednesday morning. Erickson began the post by saying that he was “fueled by bourbon and cold pizza” following the wins by Republicans in Tuesday’s elections and the Atlanta Braves in the World Series. “You idiots have spent a year peddling the fiction the 2020 election was stolen because you were so busy humping Trump’s leg that you never really even tried to convince persuadable voters to vote,” wrote the conservative radio host. Erickson pointed out several examples of major losses by the Democrats Tuesday evening, elections they logically could have won if they were actually stealing elections — not to mention ones that would have been far simpler to steal than the 2020 presidential race, a nationwide election with 50 different state legal systems and an Electoral College threshold to reach. “The Democrats literally lost Virginia, a state...
    PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — The defense team for Philadelphia union boss John Dougherty has started to present their case after prosecution against Dougherty and city councilmember Bobby Henon rested. This comes as the judge dropped a bribery count against Dougherty. On Tuesday, the federal judge dismissed one count of honest services fraud. The prosecution rested Tuesday after recalling two special agents to the witness stand. The defense had previously asked for the entire case to be dismissed.