Headlines on 2018-1-6

  • Sen. Blumenthal Drops Unexpected Convictions and Indictments News

    Special Counsel Robert Mueller has kept the details of his investigation into popular vote loser Donald Trump’s ties to Russia very private, even as he’s handed down a handful of indictments and arrests already.  Another investigator, however, looks like he’s hinting that there are more arrests to come, very soon. Sen.Richard Blumenthal is a member on the House Judiciary Committee, which is conducting an investigation into whether or not the Trump campaign colluded with Russia in rigging the...

    BlueDot Daily
  • Tennessee 'mega-pastor' admits he sexually assaulted 17-year-old girl

    Andy Savage, a pastor at Highpoint Church in Memphis, Tennessee, has admitted to and says he is continuing to atone for the 1998 incident in which he sexually assaulted a 17-year-old girl.

    Mail Online
  • Jerry Van Dyke, 'Coach' star and brother of Dick Van Dyke, dies at 86

    Jerry Van Dyke's television career began in tandem with his brother's, as one of his earliest appearances was on 'The Dick Van Dyke Show' in 1962.

    NBC News
  • Stephen Colbert on the Trump White House: 'Whatever you imagine, you're right'

    Stephen Colbert believes that Donald Trump is a cartoon, and he’s making one to prove it. Our Cartoon President, the 10-episode animated series which will debut on Showtime on Feb. 11, proved to be the best way to accurately capture what’s going on in the White House, according to the Late Show host, who is executive producing the series. With Michael Wolff’s revealing book about the Trump White House, Fire and Fury, grabbing all the headlines right now — and earning the ire of POTUS — Colbert...

    EW.com
  • Arsenal Transfer News: Latest Rumours on Alexis Sanchez and Riyad Mahrez

    Arsenal will reportedly sell Alexis Sanchez to Manchester City for £35 million in January if they can sign Riyad Mahrez from Leicester City. The Gunners will only allow the Chilean to join manager Pep Guardiola's side if they can bring in a top-quality replacement and are hopeful they can land Mahrez, per Steve Stammers of the Sunday Mirror. Mahrez "would welcome a move to Arsenal," but Arsenal may face competition from Liverpool, who are after a replacement for Philippe Coutinho. The Brazilian...

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  • Marcus Mariota’s 1st ever playoff TD was a pass to Marcus Mariota

    This was unexpected and completely within the rules. Marcus Mariota scored a touchdown in the Titans’ Wild Card Game with the Chiefs by throwing the ball to himself. Really. Mariota escaped pressure and couldn’t find an open receiver. He rolled to his left, and the Chiefs’ defense collapsed in to stop him short of the goal. Mariota targeted a receiver in the end zone, but the ball was deflected by the Chiefs and bounced right back to him. So Mariota ran and dove over the pylon for the score. ...

    SBNation.com
  • Watch: Marcus Mariota throws a touchdown pass to himself

    Talk about a lucky break.

    SI.com
  • Shaun Marsh hits second Ashes century

    Australia bastman Shaun Marsh has completed his second century of the Ashes summer, taking just five balls to bring up the milestone in Sydney.After he went...

    Mail Online
  • Games volunteers guide slammed

    Queensland's opposition has slammed a guidebook for Commonwealth Games volunteers which instructs them to avoid gender-specific phrases as political...

    Mail Online
  • Here's Why There's No More Free Passes For The Clinton Foundation

    Authored by Charles Ortel via Lifezette.com, A new Department of Justice probe of the email and charity fraud scandals won't end well for Bill or Hillary... Until recently, the Clinton Foundation has been monitored by the IRS, the Department of Justice, and the FBI, and multiple state government authorities that are seeded with persons loyal to either the Clintons or the Obamas. Every time, the Clinton Foundation got a free pass. But now it appears key authorities may finally be...

    @zerohedge
  • Travis Kelce Ruled Out vs. Titans in Playoff Game After Suffering Concussion

    The Kansas City Chiefs announced Saturday that tight end Travis Kelce would not return to their wild-card playoff game against the Tennessee Titans because of a concussion. Kelce suffered the injury on a hit by Titans safety Johnathan Cyprien in the second quarter. Prior to leaving the game, Kelce had reeled in four passes for 66 yards, including a 13-yard touchdown. Between 2014 and 2016, only Greg Olsen of the Carolina Panthers had more receptions and receiving yards among tight ends than...

    Bleacher Report
  • UPDATED NFL Playoffs 2018 schedule: Dates, times, TV for AFC, NFC Divisional Playoffs, Championship Games, Super Bowl LII

    With wild-card victories on Saturday by the Tennessee Titans over the Kansas City Chiefs in the AFC, and the Atlanta Falcons over the Los Angeles Rams in the NFC, here's the rest of the 2018 NFL Playoffs schedule: Wild Card games, divisional playoffs, AFC and NFC conference championships and Super Bowl LII (52) Watch video With wild-card victories on Saturday by the Tennessee Titans over the Kansas City Chiefs in the AFC, and the Atlanta Falcons over...

    NJ.com