• How to make Priscilla Casper’s homemade mac and cheese

    How to make Priscilla Casper’s homemade mac and cheese
    News 4 Tucson Anchor Priscilla Casper's homemade mac and cheese recipe:
    -1 box elbow macaroni
    -¼ cup butter
    -¼ cup all-purpose flour
    -½ teaspoon garlic salt
    -½ teaspoon ground black pepper
    -2 cups milk
    -2 cups shredded cheddar cheese
    -1 cup of mixed blend of cheeses
    Directions:
    -First take 1 box of pasta and put it into boiling water.-Cook macaroni in the boiling water to your likeness. This usually takes about 9-10 minutes to cook.
    -As pasta is cooking, season the wa
  • New Mexico State basketball temporarily moving to Phoenix

    New Mexico State basketball temporarily moving to Phoenix
    LAS CRUCES, N.M. (AP) — New Mexico State’s men’s basketball team will temporarily move to Phoenix due to coronavirus restrictions in its home state. Deputy athletic director Braun Cartwright says the Aggies are expecting to be in Arizona for five weeks, but could extend the stay. They are hoping to play their first game next week. Under New Mexico health guidelines, athletic departments currently do not allow full practices, games or workouts exceeding five people. Anyone who t
  • US dropping case against former Mexican defense secretary

    US dropping case against former Mexican defense secretary
    WASHINGTON (AP) — The Justice Department is dropping its drug trafficking and money laundering charges against former Mexican defense secretary Gen. Salvador Cienfuegos. Attorney General William Barr says the department will drop its case so Cienfuegos “may be investigated and, if appropriate, charged, under Mexican law.” Cienfuegos was charged in federal court in Brooklyn and was arrested in Los Angeles last month. Cienfuegos, who led Mexico’s army for six years under ex
  • Utah lawmakers consider K9 training restrictions after audit

    Utah lawmakers consider K9 training restrictions after audit
    SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — Utah lawmakers are now considering adding further training requirements for dogs and their handlers. At an interim committee hearing on Tuesday, legislators unanimously approved a bill that would require annual certification for Utah police dogs and their handlers. The bill would also amend provisions so that an officer cannot be held liable for a dog’s actions if the animal goes against the officer’s commands. Body camera footage was released this summer
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  • GOP asks judge to prohibit certifying election results in Maricopa County

    GOP asks judge to prohibit certifying election results in Maricopa County
    PHOENIX (AP) — The Arizona Republican Party has asked a judge to prohibit Maricopa County from certifying its Nov. 3 election results including Democrat Joe Biden's win over President Donald Trump until the court makes a decision about the party's lawsuit seeking a new hand-count of a sampling of ballots.
    The party made the request Monday night after the county revealed officials planned to approve the returns on Thursday or Friday.
    A judge is scheduled to hear arguments in the lawsuit Wed
  • US Justice Dept. dropping drug trafficking, money laundering case against former Mexican defense secretary Cienfuegos

    US Justice Dept. dropping drug trafficking, money laundering case against former Mexican defense secretary Cienfuegos
    WASHINGTON (AP) — US Justice Dept. dropping drug trafficking, money laundering case against former Mexican defense secretary Cienfuegos.The post US Justice Dept. dropping drug trafficking, money laundering case against former Mexican defense secretary Cienfuegos appeared first on KVOA.
  • Video shows unauthorized man with flamethrower atop NYC bus

    Video shows unauthorized man with flamethrower atop NYC bus
    NEW YORK (AP) — A rapper who says he was making a tribute to a New York City hip-hop group was recorded shooting a flamethrower from the top of an occupied city bus in an unsanctioned stunt. Bystander video taken earlier this month gained attention on social media on Tuesday after a police union tweeted it as an example of the city becoming less safe. The police department said it was investigating the Nov. 8 incident. The city’s transit agency said it was an unauthorized event perfo
  • Twitter, Facebook CEOs vow election action; GOP touts curbs

    Twitter, Facebook CEOs vow election action; GOP touts curbs
    WASHINGTON (AP) — As the CEOs of Twitter and Facebook gave assurances of vigorous action against election disinformation, Republicans at a Senate hearing pounded the social media companies over political bias, business practices and market dominance. Twitter’s Jack Dorsey and Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg defended the safeguards against the use of their platforms to spread falsehoods and incite violence in the presidential contest. Responding to concern from Democrats on the Senat
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  • UK to ban gasoline car sales by 2030 as part of green plan

    UK to ban gasoline car sales by 2030 as part of green plan
    LONDON (AP) — Britain says it will ban the sale of new gasoline and diesel cars by 2030, a decade earlier than its previous commitment. Prime Minister Boris Johnson made the pledge Tuesday as part of plans for a “green industrial revolution” that he claims could create up to a 250,000 jobs in energy, transport and technology. The government said sales of new gasoline and diesel cars and vans will end in 2030, though hybrid vehicles can be sold until 2035. Automakers have expres
  • NYC-area nuclear plant sale for decommissioning is approved

    NYC-area nuclear plant sale for decommissioning is approved
    BUCHANAN, N.Y. (AP) — The Nuclear Regulatory Commission’s staff have approved sale of the Indian Point nuclear power plant north of New York City to a New Jersey company for dismantling. The five-member NRC said Monday that it expected to issue an order in a week allowing plant owner Entergy to transfer its license to Holtec Decommissioning International. The staff approval comes despite petitions from state and local officials for the NRC to hold public hearings before taking action
  • Pima County Sheriff concedes to opponent in Arizona election

    Pima County Sheriff concedes to opponent in Arizona election
    TUCSON, Ariz. (AP) — A county sheriff in southern Arizona has conceded his reelection bid about two weeks after the election to challenger former sheriff Chris Nanos. Pima County Sheriff Mark Napier, a Republican, on Monday issued a statement saying he was waiting for the final vote because it was too close for him to concede sooner. Nanos, a Democrat, received 50.34% of the votes. He previously served as Pima County interim sheriff for a year after Clarence Dupnik stepped down in 2015 aft
  • Peruvians get 3rd president in a week amid cautious hopes

    Peruvians get 3rd president in a week amid cautious hopes
    LIMA, Peru (AP) — Peruvians are watching in hope now that the nation’s third president in a week has been sworn into office promising to restore trust in government after the worst constitutional crisis in two decades. Lawmakers applauded as Francisco Sagasti swore to defend the constitution and donned the red and white presidential sash Tuesday. In Lima, many were cautiously optimistic the elder statesman will steer the country back to stability. But Sagasti has a steep road ahead i
  • Officer wounded, Florida slaying suspect killed in Maryland

    Officer wounded, Florida slaying suspect killed in Maryland
    UPPER MARLBORO, Md. (AP) — Authorities say a suspect in a Florida slaying was killed in an encounter with Maryland law enforcement that left a police officer shot and wounded. Montgomery County Police say officers were attempting to arrest a suspect wanted in connection with a killing in Jacksonville, Florida when the shooting happened Tuesday afternoon in Prince George’s County. The agency says an officer was shot by the suspect, and that officer’s condition wasn’t immed
  • Peru swears in nation’s third president in just over a week after political upheaval, protests

    Peru swears in nation’s third president in just over a week after political upheaval, protests
    LIMA, Peru (AP) — Peru swears in nation’s third president in just over a week after political upheaval, protests.The post Peru swears in nation’s third president in just over a week after political upheaval, protests appeared first on KVOA.
  • AIA recommends postponing start of winter sports seasons

    AIA recommends postponing start of winter sports seasons
    PHOENIX – The Arizona Interscholastic Association recommended postponing the start of winter high school sports such as basketball, wrestling and soccer to its executive board Monday, possibly pushing the start of those sports into January.…
  • Houston-area priest pleads guilty to child indecency counts

    Houston-area priest pleads guilty to child indecency counts
    HOUSTON (AP) — A Houston-area Roman Catholic priest has pleaded guilty to indecency with a child related to molestations that took place at his church more than 20 years ago.  Manuel La Rosa-Lopez had been facing five charges of indecency with a child. Prosecutor Nancy Hebert says that as part of an agreement with the Montgomery County District Attorney’s Office, La Rosa-Lopez during a Tuesday court hearing agreed to plead guilty to two of the counts in exchange for a 10-year se
  • US judge blocks Trump Administration rule inhibiting unions

    US judge blocks Trump Administration rule inhibiting unions
    SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) — A federal judge is blocking a Trump Administration rule that opponents say would have harmed the bargaining rights of more than 500,000 home healthcare workers in California and several hundred thousand additional workers across the nation. The San Francisco-based judge found Tuesday that changing Medicaid state payment requirements would have made it tougher for states to deduct employee benefits and union dues from workers’ paychecks. They help low-income
  • The Latest: UK adds 598 COVID-19 deaths; reports over 52K

    The Latest: UK adds 598 COVID-19 deaths; reports over 52K
    LONDON — The British government says another 598 people across the U.K. have died after testing positive for the coronavirus, the highest daily figure since May.
    Since the onset of the pandemic, daily death figures released on Tuesday have invariably been higher than the 7-day average because of an evident weekend reporting lag effect.The daily increase takes the country’s total to 52,745, the highest virus-related death toll in Europe. The actual toll is believed to be higher as the
  • Proenza designers reflect on getting off the ‘hamster wheel’

    Proenza designers reflect on getting off the ‘hamster wheel’
    NEW YORK (AP) — Like many in the fashion world, Lazaro Hernandez and Jack McCollough, the designers behind Proenza Schouler, spent the early weeks of the pandemic simply trying to figure out how to keep their business afloat. But they also needed to keep designing. In April, they sat in their studio in Massachusetts, trying to dream up a new collection. What emerged was a concept that dispensed with much of the spectacle and structure of a fashion show. More broadly, the designers are thin
  • Salt Lake City all in on future Olympic bid, timing unknown

    Salt Lake City all in on future Olympic bid, timing unknown
    SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — A committee preparing a bid for Salt Lake City to host a future Winter Olympics says the desire to bring the Olympics back to Utah in 2030 or 2034 remains firm despite the impact of the coronavirus pandemic upending plans for the Tokyo Games. Salt Lake City Committee CEO Fraser Bullock says the pandemic is a reminder of the risks that come with hosting events and offers a chance to learn lessons from how Tokyo organizers adapt. The U.S. Olympic and Paralympic Committe
  • In McQueen’s ‘Small Axe,’ an epic of West Indian heritage

    In McQueen’s ‘Small Axe,’  an epic of West Indian heritage
    NEW YORK (AP) — In “Small Axe,” McQueen’s ambitious five-film anthology about London’s West Indian community, the “12 Years a Slave” director resurrects the British capital in the decades before its multicultural present, tracing the Caribbean immigrant experience through the racism of the ’60s, ’70s, and ’80s in order to illuminate the injustices of today. It’s a cycle, operatic in scope, with movements of resistance, oppression,
  • Iraqi military says rocket attack in Baghdad kills child

    Iraqi military says rocket attack in Baghdad kills child
    BAGHDAD (AP) — Iraq’s military says rockets have struck Iraq’s capital with four landing inside the heavily fortified Green Zone, killing a child and wounding at least five people and signaling an end to an informal truce announced by Iran-backed militias in October. Two Iraqi security officials said one of the rockets that hit the Green Zone on Tuesday struck close to Iraq’s National Security Service, just 600 meters (2,000 feet) from the American Embassy. They say some
  • Second Georgia county finds previously uncounted votes

    Second Georgia county finds previously uncounted votes
    ATLANTA (AP) — The Georgia secretary of state’s office says a second county has uncovered a trove of votes not previously included in the election results. Gabriel Sterling, a top official in the secretary of state’s office, says Fayette County failed to record 2,755 votes on a single memory card. Sterling says that when the votes are added to the totals, they won’t change the overall outcome of the race. Democrat Joe Biden leads Republican President Donald Trump in Georg
  • APNewsBreak: Deal revives plan for largest US dam demolition

    APNewsBreak: Deal revives plan for largest US dam demolition
    PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) — A new agreement paves the way for the largest dam demolition in U.S. history to try to save salmon that are critical to tribes and have dwindled to almost nothing in recent years. If the deal announced Tuesday goes forward, it would revive plans to remove four massive hydroelectric dams on the Klamath River along the Oregon-California border, emptying giant reservoirs and reopening potential fish habitat that’s been blocked for more than a century. The new plan
  • Stocks fall as virus worries force big rally to take a pause

    Stocks fall as virus worries force big rally to take a pause
    NEW YORK (AP) — Stocks took a pause from their big rally this month that has vaulted them back to record heights. The S&P 500 lost 0.5% Tuesday, after falling 1.1% earlier. Treasury yields also dipped after a report showed U.S. shoppers spent less at retailers last month than economists expected. The numbers underscore how the coronavirus pandemic is worsening and threatening to drag the economy lower, at least in the near term. Stocks that stormed higher this month on hopes that a vac
  • APNewsBreak: Agreement revives plan for largest US dam demolition to save dwindling fish along California-Oregon border

    APNewsBreak: Agreement revives plan for largest US dam demolition to save dwindling fish along California-Oregon border
    PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) — APNewsBreak: Agreement revives plan for largest US dam demolition to save dwindling fish along California-Oregon border.The post APNewsBreak: Agreement revives plan for largest US dam demolition to save dwindling fish along California-Oregon border appeared first on KVOA.
  • Hello Tucson! Hello Kitty Cafe Truck rolls into Tucson Dec. 5

    Hello Tucson! Hello Kitty Cafe Truck rolls into Tucson Dec. 5
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    TUCSON (KVOA) - Tucson is about to get a lot more kawaii as the Hello Kitty Cafe Truck makes its annual return to the Old Pueblo.After last year's stop drew dozens of fans for a chance to pick-up new Hello Kitty swag, the popular all-pink truck is making its return to the Old Pueblo on Dec. 5.The cafe will set up shop from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. at Encantada Mall, located at 905 E. Skyline Dr. near Campbell Avenue that Saturday. The truck will be parked at Restaurant Circle near
  • Greece: Migrants stopped on Italy-bound yacht

    Greece: Migrants stopped on Italy-bound yacht
    Authorities in western Greece say four people have been arrested after the coast guard intercepted a yacht transporting 36 migrants illegally to nearby Italy. The yacht was stopped and searched off the coast of the western Greek island of Lefkada. The coast guard said Tuesday that three crew members were arrested along with a fourth smuggling suspect on the island. Despite a sharp drop in the arrival of migrants and asylum seekers in Greece since the start of the pandemic, smuggling networks rem
  • GOP seeks to postpone Maricopa County election certification

    GOP seeks to postpone Maricopa County election certification
    PHOENIX (AP) — The Arizona Republican Party has asked a judge to prohibit Maricopa County from certifying its Nov. 3 election results including Democrat Joe Biden’s win over President Donald Trump until the court makes a decision about the party’s lawsuit seeking a new hand-count of a sampling of ballots. The party made the request Monday night after the county revealed officials planned to approve the returns on Thursday or Friday. A judge is scheduled to hear arguments in the
  • Police: Florida man who questioned government powers slain

    Police: Florida man who questioned government powers slain
    ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. (AP) — Authorities say a Florida man who questioned government authority over individuals living in the U.S. through an online forum was fatally shot, allegedly by a woman who has espoused similar views. The Marion County Sheriff’s Office said in a news release Tuesday that Neely Petrie-Blanchard was arrested in Georgia one day after the killing of Christopher Hallett in his Ocala-area home. Witnesses say Petrie-Blanchard accused Hallett of working with the gover
  • Man charged with stealing downed light pole for scrap metal

    Man charged with stealing downed light pole for scrap metal
    TAMPA, Fla. (AP) — Authorities say a Florida man has learned the hard way that a downed light pole isn’t trash that can be taken and sold for scrap. The Florida Highway Patrol says a state trooper pulled over a car with a metal pole _ longer than the car itself _ strapped to the roof on a Tampa road Monday morning. Another driver had reported the pole being taken on Interstate 4 near the Interstate 75 interchange. The Camry’s driver, 71-tyear-old Douglas Allen Hatley, told troo
  • The Latest: Harris is at Capitol for 1st time as VP-elect

    The Latest: Harris is at Capitol for 1st time as VP-elect
    WASHINGTON (AP) — The Latest on President-elect Joe Biden (all times local):
    4 p.m.
    Kamala Harris has returned to the Capitol for the first time as vice president-elect.
    Harris, who is still a senator from California, voted against Judy Shelton, a controversial nominee for the Federal Reserve Board of Governors. Her vote on Tuesday helped stall Shelton’s confirmation.
    Harris also received a classified intelligence briefing and met with her Senate staff. Harris is a member of the Sena
  • ‘X’ gender NY driver’s licenses coming with computer update

    ‘X’ gender NY driver’s licenses coming with computer update
    ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) — New York intends to offer driver’s licenses with a nonbinary gender identity marker of “X,” but it could take more than a year before Department of Motor Vehicles computers will be able to automatically handle the option. State officials made the disclosure in papers filed in a federal lawsuit brought against them by Sander Saba, who is challenging the state policy of limiting gender identity on licenses to either “male” or “female.&r
  • Sioux Falls readies mask rule after push from medical groups

    Sioux Falls readies mask rule after push from medical groups
    SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (AP) — The largest city in South Dakota, Sioux Falls, appears ready to reverse course and pass a mask mandate. Enforcement measures were taken out of the ordinance. Medical groups are warning that hospitals have exceeded capacity dealing with COVID-19 patients. Sioux Falls Mayor Paul TenHaken, who cast a tie-breaking vote against a mandate last week, said he was ready to get behind the mask requirement after the state’s largest physician organization and a hospital
  • Couple gets prison time for paying bribes in college scam

    Couple gets prison time for paying bribes in college scam
    BOSTON (AP) — A California couple will serve prison time for paying $250,000 to get their daughter into the University of Southern California as a volleyball recruit as part of the college admissions bribery scheme. Diane Blake was sentenced Tuesday to six weeks behind bars while Todd Blake was sentenced to four months under plea deals made with prosecutors. Assistant U.S. Attorney Leslie Wright described Todd Blake as the more active participant in the scam but said his wife was “fu
  • The Latest: France surpasses 2M virus cases, 4th in world

    The Latest: France surpasses 2M virus cases, 4th in world
    PARIS — France has surpassed 2 million confirmed cases of coronavirus, the fourth-highest total in the world.
    The United States leads with 11.2 million cases, followed by India with 8.8 and Brazil with 5.8.France health chief Jerome Salomon says with 33,500 COVID-19 patients in the hospital, the situation is far from good. However, he suggested the “collective efforts are starting to bear fruit” since the nation returned to a lockdown until at least Dec. 1.
    Hospitals are so str
  • Energized religious left vows to keep up pressure with Biden

    Energized religious left vows to keep up pressure with Biden
    Four nearly four years, liberal-leaning, faith-based activists have organized, mobilized, protested and prayed in opposition to Trump and his policies. But as President-elect Joe Biden prepares to enter the White House, these religious advocates — emboldened and fortified by their experiences — are gearing up to push his administration to undo Trump’s actions and enact policy goals previous Democratic administrations left undone.  Faith-based activists say their focus will
  • States tightening anti-virus restrictions amid case surge

    States tightening anti-virus restrictions amid case surge
    IOWA CITY, Iowa (AP) — A deadly rise in COVID-19 infections is forcing state and local officials to adjust their blueprints for fighting a virus that is threatening to overwhelm health care systems. Schools are scrapping plans to reopen classrooms. More states are adopting mask mandates. But they often face blowback from dissenters who fear the new restrictions will kill off more businesses and jobs. With Thanksgiving coming up next week, public health officials are bracing for a holiday-f
  • Peru awaits new president’s swearing in with cautious hope

    Peru awaits new president’s swearing in with cautious hope
    LIMA, Peru (AP) — Peruvians were returning to their daily lives as the South American nation prepared to swear in its third president in the span of a week. Many are hoping Francisco Sagasti will be the charm after he takes office Tuesday. The nation is slowly emerging from its worst constitutional crisis in two decades. A decision by Congress to oust popular ex-President Martín Vizcarra sparked widespread protests. His successor —  a little-known politician and rice farm
  • Controversial Fed nominee Shelton stalls in Senate test vote

    Controversial Fed nominee Shelton stalls in Senate test vote
    WASHINGTON (AP) — President Donald Trump’s controversial nominee to the Federal Reserve has stalled in the Senate after Vice President-elect Kamala Harris returned to the chamber to cast the deciding vote. Shelton’s nomination to join the Federal Reserve’s powerful board of governors is in limbo after a handful of GOP senators missed the tally because of COVID-related concerns. Shelton is an unusually caustic critic of the Fed and is opposed by three Republican senators.
  • Phoenix police: Robbery suspects arrested after runway crash

    Phoenix police: Robbery suspects arrested after runway crash
    PHOENIX (AP) — Authorities say two robbery suspects have been arrested after crashing onto the runway at Deer Valley Airport in north Phoenix. Police say officers responded to a report of a robbery at a Phoenix business around 5:30 a.m. Tuesday. Two people allegedly robbed a store at gunpoint and fled the scene in a car. Police chased the vehicle until it drove into an airport fence and ended up on the runway. Officers say the two suspects tried to run away but were arrested. Their names w
  • Theater at renowned Jacob’s Pillow dance center burns down

    Theater at renowned Jacob’s Pillow dance center burns down
    BECKET, Mass. (AP) — A fire at the renowned Jacob’s Pillow dance center in Massachusetts destroyed a theater building, but no one was hurt. Becket Fire Chief Paul Mikaniewicz told The Berkshire Eagle that the fire at the Doris Duke Theatre was reported at about 7 a.m. Tuesday. Firefighters arrived to find flames on the right side of the building. A short time later, the 216-seat wooden theater went up in flames with sound that Mikaniewicz described as like a tornado. About 30 firefig
  • The Latest: Study warns of consequences of transition delay

    The Latest: Study warns of consequences of transition delay
    WASHINGTON (AP) — The Latest on President-elect Joe Biden (all times local):
    3:35 p.m.
    The Trump administration’s refusal to recognize President-elect Joe Biden’s victory could have long-term consequences for the incoming president’s agenda, particularly in responding to the COVID-19 pandemic.
    A new study warns that an abbreviated transition could impair Biden’s ability to fill the more than 1,200 administration jobs requiring Senate confirmation, including key Cabi
  • Judge awards $10 million to family in ‘wrongful life’ case

    Judge awards $10 million to family in ‘wrongful life’ case
    SEATTLE (AP) — A federal judge in Seattle has awarded $10 million to the family of a severely disabled child who was born after a community clinic nurse inadvertently gave the mother a flu shot instead of a birth-control injection. The Seattle Times reports a federal judge last week awarded the child $7.5 million for her medical, educational and other expenses. The award came on top of $2.5 million in damages for her parents. The judge found that the mother would not have become pregnant i
  • Controversial Federal Reserve pick Judy Shelton fails to advance in key Senate test vote; future of nomination uncertain

    Controversial Federal Reserve pick Judy Shelton fails to advance in key Senate test vote; future of nomination uncertain
    WASHINGTON (AP) — Controversial Federal Reserve pick Judy Shelton fails to advance in key Senate test vote; future of nomination uncertain.The post Controversial Federal Reserve pick Judy Shelton fails to advance in key Senate test vote; future of nomination uncertain appeared first on KVOA.
  • Pima County Board of Supervisors votes 3-2 against a vote recount

    Pima County Board of Supervisors votes 3-2 against a vote recount
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    TUCSON (KVOA) – Pima County will not recount ballots for the 2020 Presidential Election.It has been two weeks since Election Day, and some are still questioning the validity of the election results.As a result, the Pima County Board of Supervisors met Tuesday morning to discuss the recounting of votes.
    The vote to recount failed in a 3 to 2 decision.
    BREAKING: Pima County Board of Supervisors votes 3-2 against a vote recount. @KVOA— Austin Walker
  • Iraqi military says 4 rockets land in Baghdad’s Green Zone

    Iraqi military says 4 rockets land in Baghdad’s Green Zone
    BAGHDAD (AP) — Iraqi officials say at least two Katyusha rockets hit inside Baghdad’s heavily fortified Green Zone, wounding at least two people and signaling an end to an informal truce announced by Iran-backed militias in October. The officials said the rockets hit inside the Green Zone, the seat of Iraq’s government and home to foreign embassies including that of the U.S. One official said there were two rockets, the second said there were four. They spoke on condition of an
  • Twitter launches disappearing tweets that vanish in a day

    Twitter launches disappearing tweets that vanish in a day
    (AP) – Twitter is launching tweets that disappear in 24 hours called “Fleets” globally, echoing social media sites like Snapchat, Facebook and Instagram that already have disappearing posts.The company says the ephemeral tweets, which it calls “fleets,” are designed to allay the concerns of new users who might be turned off by the public and permanent nature of normal tweets.That thing you didn’t Tweet but wanted to but didn’t but got so close but then
  • Iraqi officials say 2 rockets land in Baghdad’s Green Zone

    Iraqi officials say 2 rockets land in Baghdad’s Green Zone
    BAGHDAD (AP) — Iraqi officials say at least two Katyusha rockets hit inside Baghdad’s heavily fortified Green Zone, wounding at least two people and signaling an end to an informal truce announced by Iran-backed militias in October. The officials said the rockets hit inside the Green Zone, the seat of Iraq’s government and home to foreign embassies including that of the U.S. One official said there were two rockets, the second said there were four. They spoke on condition of an
  • Family of Black woman shot through window sues Texas officer

    Family of Black woman shot through window sues Texas officer
    FORT WORTH, Texas (AP) — Family members of a Black woman who was killed when a white police officer fired through a window of her mother’s Texas home have filed a wrongful death lawsuit against the officer and the city. The federal lawsuit was filed in the Northern District of Texas last week. It lists Atatiana Jefferson’s biological father, Jerome Eschor, her aunt Venitta Body and Arita Eschor as plaintiffs. The suit names the city of Fort Worth and former former officer Aaron

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