The U.S. Naval Academy has appointed an officer to conduct an internal investigation into possible “white power” hand gestures flashed by students before the Army-Navy football game
Happy Birthday, Offset! . Kiari Kendrell Cephus turns 28 years old today. Here are five things you may not have known about the rapper. 1. Offset is Quavo’s cousin, and Takeoff is Quavo’s nephew. 2. The fashionable rapper has starred in campaigns for designers Gosha Rubchinskiy, Bryce Barnes and Lavati. 3. He is an investor in the Esports organization FaZe Clan. 4. The Migos member’s first solo album was ‘Father of 4.’. 5. The rapper acted in the TV show, 'Atlanta.'. Happy Birthday, Offset!
Looks like Patriots SpyGate II is here, and TMZ says "it's reallllllly bad for the Pats." In footage obtained by Jay Glazer, an NFL on FOX reporter, a Cincinnati Bengals security guard confronts a Patriots video crew that appears to be illegally filming the Bengals sidelines from a high rear...
Three bodies buried in a monk burial room and nave of the Alamo Church have been discovered. CNN reports the Texas General Land Office and the Alamo Mission Archaeological Advisory Committee made the announcement. The bodies appear to belong to a teenager or young adult, an infant and a large adult. After they were discovered, a long-standing human remains protocol was activated. The on-site tribal monitor was notified and excavation was halted at the site. Remains were also discovered at that site in 1989 and identified in 1995.
The storm may begin as snow or sleet in Philadelphia and New York City later Monday or Monday evening, but a fairly quick transition to rain is anticipated.
Yet again, law enforcement is complaining about service they get at Starbucks—this time in California. "Two of our deputies were refused service at Starbucks," tweeted Riverside County Sheriff Chad Bianco, per CNN . "The anti police culture repeatedly displayed by Starbucks employees must end." Bianco said in a Facebook video...
Longtime Giants ace Madison Bumgarner has reached agreement with the Arizona Diamondbacks on an $85 million, five-year contract that ends his run of success in San Francisco, a person with direct knowledge of the deal has told The Associated Press
This Day in History: First US President George Washington Dies. December 14, 1799. The former president died at his Mount Vernon estate in Virginia from a severe respiratory infection. He had developed the infection the day before after refusing to change out of wet clothes following a horseback ride into freezing sleet. His last words were, "Tis well.”. The fledgling nation plunged into a state of mourning. He was eulogized by friends and political foes alike. King George III of England once grudgingly called Washington the “greatest character of the age.”. In his will, Washington referred to himself simply as “George Washington, of Mount Vernon, a citizen of the United States.”
Wisconsin has been ordered to remove about 234,000 names from its list of registered voters. A judge made the ruling Friday in a lawsuit brought by conservatives who argued that the state should have voided the registrations of people who did not respond within 30 days to a letter...
Two Chinese diplomats were quietly expelled from the US after breaching a Virginia military base in September. Business Insider reports the incident appears to be the first instance of suspected Chinese espionage on US soil in more than 30 years. Chinese officials have been trying to access government facilities more often recently in an apparent effort to increase espionage activities. The pair, accompanied by their wives, drove onto a sensitive military base in Virginia. When the guard realized they didn't have clearance to enter, he told them to turn around and leave. Instead, they continued forward onto the base. Eventually, a fire truck was used to block their path. Officials were skeptical about the Chinese officials' claim they hadn't understood the guard's English instructions and had simply become lost. Multiple sources say at least one of the officials is believed to be an intelligence officer.