Kemp fires back after Stacey Abrams calls Georgia ‘worst state’

Georgia Democratic gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams briefly forgot the first lesson of Politics 101 over the weekend: Never criticize the place you’re running in. Abrams, making her second bid for the Georgia governor’s mansion, trashed the Peach State to her fellow Democrats as the “worst state in the country to live” during a Saturday night … Read more

Nick Foles agrees to two-year contract with Indianapolis Colts

Quarterback Nick Foles has agreed to a two-year contract with the Indianapolis Colts, reuniting him with coach Frank Reich, who was his offensive coordinator with the Eagles in 2017 when he led Philadelphia to a Super Bowl title, a source confirmed to ESPN on Monday . The Eagles showed interest in a potential meeting with … Read more

Putin’s TV appearances staged with pre-taped footage: insider

Russian President Vladimir Putin’s televised meetings with officials last week were staged with pre-taped footage and “deepfakes” to cover up his week-long absence after surgery, an anti-Kremlin Telegram account claimed Monday. The 69-year-old strongman was recovering in almost complete isolation from his inner circle despite being seen on Russian state TV taking meetings, Telegram channel … Read more

Canelo Alvarez plans next fight to be against Gennadiy Golovkin for third time instead of Dmitry Bivol rematch

1:44 PM ET Mike CoppingerESPN Turns out, it’s status quo for Canelo Alvarez despite an unexpected defeat against Dmitry Bivol. Boxing’s top star indicated at the post-fight news conference that he would exercise his rematch clause for a return bout with Bivol in September, but on Monday, he reversed course. “We already had that contract … Read more

‘Palestine an open wound’ says Qatar’s emir at Davos forum | Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani News

Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani says the international community should work to resolve forgotten and ignored conflicts. The emir of Qatar has urged the international community to give as much attention to resolving the forgotten and ignored conflicts in the world, stressing in particular the Israel-Palestine conflict, as it has to the war in … Read more

Washington Commanders spend $100 million on land in Virginia for possible stadium

ASHBURN, Va. — The Washington Commanders paid more than $100 million for land in Virginia, a possible next step in building a new stadium as well as numerous retail shops, restaurants and apartments. According to a source with knowledge of the purchase, the Commanders paid a little more than $100 million for approximately 200 acres. … Read more

United Airlines worker, passenger trading blows at Newark

Shocking video captured the moment a passenger and a United Airlines employee squared off at Newark Airport — where the worker appeared to hit the man, who then knocked him to the floor. The footage shows the airline employee pushing the passenger, who then unleashes a flurry of blows that send the worker reeling. The … Read more

Texas yoga teacher sought in fatal shooting of Moriah Wilson

A Texas yoga teacher allegedly killed a professional cyclist who had previously dated her boyfriend before going on the run, authorities said. Kaitlin Marie Armstrong, a 34-year-old yoga instructor, is wanted for killing Anna Moriah Wilson, 25, who was found dead May 11 in Austin after she arrived from San Francisco to take part in … Read more

Putin survived assassination attempt two months ago: official

Russian President Vladimir Putin survived an assassination attempt two months ago, a top Ukrainian military official said Monday. Maj. Gen. Kyrylo Budanov, chief of the Defense Intelligence of Ukraine, said an “unsuccessful attempt” on the Russian strongman’s life occurred in Caucasus shortly after Russia invaded the nation on Feb. 24, Ukrainska Pravda reported. “There was … Read more

‘Presumptive’ case of monkeypox identified in South Florida

Florida health officials are investigating a “presumptive” case of monkeypox — making the Sunshine State the third possible US state to be hit by the disease after cases were reported in Massachusetts and New York City. The Florida Department of Health in Broward County announced Sunday that the case is related to international travel and … Read more