American Popular News for 25 Jan 2023
The former Australian captain excelled on the field - but he also attracted a lot of front-page headlines for all the wrong reasons. Here's a look back at some of his career low points.
Bills safety Damar Hamlin seemingly responded to absurd speculation about his return to Highmark Stadium for Buffalo's Divisional Round matchup with the Bengals on Sunday.
Aussie football superstar Sam Kerr has given a rare insight into her romance with US player girlfriend Kristie Mewis - including how they first met and fell in love.
The twice-impeached former president tried to change the subject to the discovery of classified documents at President Biden's home and office.
OSHA proposes fines for conditions at warehouses in three states and continues investigations at three other Amazon facilities.
Doubters believe the 24-year-old's reserved nature to open up about his January 2 collapse and his masked appearance at Sunday's playoff game are reasons to believe that the NFL hired a 'body double'.
Rather than coming clean at once -- an idea the report says "does not seem to have been seriously considered" -- the group opted to quietly notify the National Archives, responsible for keeping... presidential and vice presidential records.
As representatives from dozens of countries prepared to attend a war-planning meeting in Germany, the talk was of missiles, air defense and -- above all -- tanks.
Warner Bros. Television is in talks to develop a limited series based on the life of silent film star Buster Keaton. The project would star Rami Malek as Keaton, with Matt Reeves producing. More to... come…
Jacinda Ardern has announced she is resigning as New Zealand's Prime Minister.
Susan Smith, of campaign group For Women Scotland, said it was 'disgusting' that Isla Bryson (pictured) is being held at Cornton Vale. She insisted Bryson was a danger to women.
As it fights Russia's invasion, Ukraine depends for its survival on aid from Western nations, which have concerns about endemic graft and how the money is used.
Jamaican Finance Minister Nigel Clarke said on Monday he had asked the FBI and other international partners to join the investigation of investment firm Stocks and Securities Limited (SSL).
The alleged gunman was taken into custody, the San Mateo County Sheriff's Office said in a tweet.
"Supplies of offensive weapons to the Kyiv regime would lead to a global catastrophe," said Volodin.
Atlas is definitely evolving.
An elite task force called KleptoCapture that's targeted Russia's richest oligarchs for the last 10 months has amassed a nearly billion-dollar trove -- and aims to turn it over to Kiev.
"A Man Called Otto" star told the story of his big break on Sirius XM's "The Jess Cagle Show"
More than 500 employees wrote a letter to execs, demanding answers about the layoffs. The company appears to have replied in the form of a Q&A.
Plaintiff Anna Marquez filed a suit after discovering the drink is actually a malt beverage flavored like whiskey and not the real deal.
Judicial Watch, which filed the Freedom of Information Act lawsuit in DC federal court, noted cryptic messages between Twitter executives and the FBI around the time of the pre-election censorship.
A report from a special investigative grand jury may recommend that Trump and others should face criminal charges in the scheme to bully state election officials into overturning President Biden's... narrow win in Georgia.
FBI agents searched the home for almost 13 hours.
Students beaten and thrown out of dormitories amid crackdown on protests against President Dina Boluarte Scores of police raided a Lima university on Saturday, smashing down the gates with an armoured... vehicle, firing teargas and detaining more than 200 people who had come to the Peruvian capital to take part in anti-government protests. Images showed dozens of people lying face down on the ground at San Marcos University after the surprise police operation. Students told the Guardian they were pushed, kicked and hit with truncheons as they were forced out of their dormitories.
Kristopher Baca, a 17-year-old from Los Angeles who was involved in a hit-and-run incident in which a mother and her baby in a stroller were injured has been shot dead.