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Kobe Bryant's helicopter took a fatal last turn before crashing into hillside
The investigation of the helicopter crash that killed Kobe Bryant began to unfold with experts examining weather conditions and flight records.
      
Attention turns to the Bidens, and other highlights from the Senate Trump impeachment trial
President Donald Trump's legal defense team argued that the president's actions in Ukraine were motivated by a concern for corruption.
      
Here are the 9 victims of the Calabasas helicopter crash, including Kobe Bryant
While Los Angeles officials haven't named the victims, their identities have been confirmed through official channels or by family and friends.
      
CDC to travelers: Avoid all nonessential travel to China due to coronavirus outbreak
The expanded travel warning comes as the number of Wuhan Coronavirus cases has expanded. The U.S. State Department also raised its alert level.
      
'We want to hear that': News of John Bolton's book casts shadow over Trump impeachment trial
The House impeachment managers said Bolton's reported claims directly contradict key elements of Trump's defense.
      
'I could hear people screaming': Alabama fire chief confirms 8 deaths after fire destroys 35 boats
Boaters leaped into the water to escape a fire that consumed at least 35 vessels docked along the Tennessee River early Monday.
      
F-bombs and death threats: Kobe Bryant, Mike Pompeo and the abuse of women journalists
Treatment of Mary Louise Kelly after Mike Pompeo interview and Felicia Sonmez after Kobe Bryant's death shows how often women reporters are attacked.
      
NBA postpones Lakers-Clippers game scheduled for Tuesday in wake of Kobe Bryant's death
The NBA announced Monday the game between the Lakers and Clippers set for Tuesday will be postponed.
      
State Department blocks NPR reporter from Pompeo trip after radio host said he cursed, shouted at her
The decision to block NPR's State Department reporter from traveling with Pompeo comes after he cursed at host Mary Louise Kelly after an interview.
      
Charlize Theron brought her mom, Leonardo DiCaprio brought his dad for the glam Oscar nominees luncheon
Monday's Oscars nominees luncheon began on a somber note, as Brad Pitt and Charlize Theron participated in a moment of silence for Kobe Bryant.
      
Brutally honest reviews and rankings of every Grammys 2020 performance
Which 2020 Grammys performers had the best performances of the night? The answer might surprise you. We've ranked each set from worst to best.
      
Lori Vallow, mother of two missing Idaho children, found in Hawaii with new husband
Police ordered the mother to produce her missing children in the bizarre missing-persons case with Arizona ties.
      
Supreme Court allows Trump policy against immigrants receiving public aid to go into effect
Under the rule, non-citizens receiving or likely to need non-cash benefits such as housing and food aid can be denied residency or green cards.
      
Terry Crews says his wife is the only one 'I have to please' amid backlash over 'AGT' comments
After backlash over comments on Gabrielle Union's "America's Got Talent" exit, Terry Crews says his wife is the only one he needs to keep happy.
      
What we know: The latest details of helicopter crash that killed Kobe Bryant
Tragedy struck sports world Sunday with Kobe Bryant's death. Here are latest details about the California helicopter crash that killed nine people.
      
Megyn Kelly and Bill Maher get candid on cancel culture: 'Even liberals hate this'
Bill Maher and Megyn Kelly don't often agree on politics. During Kelly's appearance on Maher's show, however, they agreed about cancel culture.
      
Dow plunges 454 points as fears about coronavirus rattle investors
U.S. stocks and oil prices tumbled Monday as fears over the spread of a deadly outbreak of coronavirus rattled investors.
      
Nintendo no longer repairing Wii video game consoles
Nintendo is no longer repairing the Wii video game console, which was released in 2006 and let players swing controllers to impact action on screen.
      
Reserve Social Security benefits for disabled workers, not displaced ones
Social Security Disability Insurance beneficiaries have surged with the last recession and only partially subsided: Our view
      
Who is Billie Eilish? Everything to know about the teen who won big at the 2020 Grammys
Viral teen sensation Billie Eilish is the new dark princess of pop, winning Grammys, selling out tours and garnering comparisons to Nirvana.
      
Harvey Weinstein accuser sobs as she describes trying to fight him off: 'I'm being raped'
Harvey Weinstein's sex crimes trial heard testimony from Mimi Haleyi, who sobbed as she described the alleged assault: "I'm being raped."
      
Opinion: Don't shy away from the complicated part of Kobe Bryant's legacy
Kobe Bryant was a transcendent player who inspired many, but his 2003 rape accusation should not be forgotten in the wake of his death on Sunday.
      
Bombshell book: What we know about John Bolton's allegations about Trump and Ukraine
Former national security adviser John Bolton reportedly claims in his book that Trump directly tied military aid to Ukraine to investigations.
      
A visual guide to the 2020 presidential candidates views on drug policy
We asked all the 2020 candidates how they would handle issues like marijuana legalization and the opioid crisis. Here's what they said.
      
The 5 best Amazon deals you can get this Monday
This Monday, you can shop and save on Instant Pots, TurboTax software, Anker flashlights and more on Amazon.
      
Kobe Bryant: youth icon, global influencer, Oscar winner and NBA legend
Kobe Bryant wasn't just an NBA legend. He was a father, a husband, a youth icon, a global influencer and even an Oscar winner.
      
Strangers stop to save a woman stuck under an SUV in New York City
Strangers rushed to a woman after a traffic incident knocked her over and trapped her under an SUV in New York City.
      
What is the coronavirus? This is what you need to know
The 2019 coronavirus has drawn similarities with Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome, a coronavirus that killed more than 700 people in 2002-2003.
      
Ailing dad weeps at the sight of soldier son
"I've never seen my dad react like that." This soldier made it home to be there for the man who's always been by his side.
      
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Trump impeachment audiences range from one president to millions of voters
In President Trump's impeachment trial, the targeted audiences range from one (that would be Trump) to millions. That would be the voters.
      
Hundreds of Lakers fans gather near helicopter crash site to remember Kobe Bryant
It will take Los Angeles Lakers fans a long time to process what happened Sunday, when NBA legend Kobe Bryant was killed in a helicopter crash.
      
Jessie J, Channing Tatum appear together at Grammys tribute event amid reunion rumors
Jessie J and Channing Tatum appeared together Friday night at a Grammys tribute event honoring Aerosmith.
      
Farewell to Fairway? Beloved New York food market files for bankruptcy protection, looks to sell stores
New York grocery chain Fairway Market filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection Thursday, a day after denying a report that it planned to liquidate.
      
The night the iguanas fell: Cold snap chills Florida, and lizard meat is up for sale
The weather in Florida has been so cold, iguanas are falling from trees. People are selling their meat.
      
Smugglers tried to bring 3,700 invasive crabs through the Port of Cincinnati
Mitten crabs are a delicacy in Asia and sell for about $50 each in the United States, officials say. They are considered an invasive species.
      
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