- NewsBleacher Report
Cleveland Browns head coach Freddie Kitchens doesn't care about his future as the team's head coach. Or so he says...
- U.S.The Telegraph
Boy, 17, fatally stabbed 'during petty row over phone charger' is latest victim of knife crime crisis
A 17-year-old boy who was fatally stabbed during an argument over a phone charger is the latest victim of Britain's knife crime crisis, it has emerged.
- SportsAssociated Press
The Army and Navy academies are looking into hand signs flashed by students that can be associated with “white power" and were televised during the Army-Navy football game on Saturday, school officials said. Cadets at West Point and midshipmen at the Naval Academy in the stands both appeared to display the sign during the broadcast, officials with the two military academies told The Wall Street Journal. School officials are trying to determine what the hand signals were meant to convey, they said.
- PoliticsThe Telegraph
Support for Donald Trump’s impeachment has increased over the past month according to the latest opinion polls as Democrats accused Republican senators of violating their oath of office by pledging to work for the president’s acquittal.
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- WorldThe Telegraph
New Zealand volcano: Body of 21-year-old vet recovered from island as family fight for survival in hospital
Krystal Browitt, an Australian veterinary student from Melbourne who had just turned 21, was sightseeing with her sister and father on the island of Whakaari when toxic ash clouds spewed rocks and dust high into the air.
A security team at Vilnius airport in Lithuania has managed to find its muse in what might seem—superficially—like an entirely uninspiring job, especially around the holiday season. After dealing with throngs of harried travelers who insist on carrying prohibited items all year long, although they are listed on the airport website (pdf) and even depicted in images, one airport security team took a creative approach to informing passengers this year. They decorated a Christmas tree with all of the prohibited items they collected from negligent travelers throughout the year, turning confiscations into Christmas cheer.