‘Please everyone continue to pray’: One St. Louis police officer critically injured, second hurt after shooting in Ferguson | Law and order

Katie Kull ,  Erin Heffernan St. Louis police Chief John Hayden on Wednesday, Jan. 26, 2022, discusses a shooting that injured two police officers in Ferguson. ST. LOUIS — Two St. Louis police officers were shot while trying to arrest suspects in Ferguson, leaving one in critical … Read more

U.N. chief tells Security Council: Afghanistan ‘hanging by thread’

UNITED NATIONS, Jan. 26 (Reuters) – Afghanistan is “hanging by a thread,” United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres told the Security Council on Wednesday, calling on countries to approve all transactions needed to deliver humanitarian aid. activities in the Taliban-ruled state. He also called for the suspension of any rules or conditions limiting “life-saving” relief operations … Read more

Lawsuit filed against Kaiser Permanente after mother of 3, Nerissa Regnier, denied COVID-19 vaccine dies from virus, attorney says

MISSION VIEJO, Calif. (CNS) — An active Mission Viejo mother of three with multiple sclerosis, but who was managing the disease well, died of COVID-19 because her health care provider denied her a vaccine and then monoclonal antibody treatment when she fell ill, her lawyers said on Tuesday. Lawyers for the family of Nerissa Regnier, … Read more

Fernand Lopez told Ciryl Gane not to kick Francis Ngannou’s knee, thought injury rumors were ‘bait’

Rumors about Francis Ngannou’s knee injury bounced around the internet in the build-up to UFC 270. But Ciryl Gane’s trainer, Fernand Lopez, didn’t trust them. “I don’t believe this,” López recalls of his reaction to a screenshot of the news sent by Gane’s brother, David. Lopez, while helping the now-former interim champion prepare for the … Read more

Stephen Breyer to Retire, Setting Up Battle for Supreme Court Seat

This article by Gwen Ifill was originally published on May 14, 1994, with the caption “President Selects Breyer, a Boston Court of Appeals Judge, for Blackmun Court Seat”. After days of apparent indecision regarding his second Supreme Court nomination, President Clinton today turned to a man he had already passed, choosing Justice Stephen G. Breyer, … Read more

Nikki Haley says President Biden and Kamala Harris should step down for ‘the good of our country’

Media top headlines January 26 In media news today, MSNBC’s Chris Hayes gets roasted for questioning people who oppose COVID restrictions, The New York Times’ Nikole Hannah-Jones deletes a tweet defending vaccine passports, and a CNN political analyst echoes Biden’s statements comparing Republicans to segregationists. Former US Ambassador Nikki Haley suggested that President Biden and … Read more

Halo Infinite Behemoth Map Removed From Ranked Play For CTF

Screenshot: 343 Industries The giant has been killed, literally. From this afternoon you will no longer see infinity haloThe worst mode (capture the flag) appears in infinity haloThe worst map of (Behemoth) in the ranked playlists. aura Senior Community Manager John Junyszek confirmed the news in a post about him Halo landmark forums today. Behemoth, … Read more

Fed Interest-Rate Decision Tees Up March Increase

The Federal Reserve signaled it would begin steadily raising interest rates in mid-March, its latest move toward removing stimulus to bring down inflation. Fed Chairman Jerome Powell said Wednesday that the central bank was ready to raise rates at its March 15-16 meeting and could continue to lift them faster than it did during the … Read more