• FDNY: 32 people hurt, some seriously, in apartment fire

    NEW YORK (AP) - The Fire Department of New York says 32 people have been taken to hospitals - some with serious injuries - following a fire in a Brooklyn apartment building.

    The FDNY says two of the patients were transported with potentially life-threatening injuries.

    The Daily News says residents in pajamas watched from the street as firefighters tackled the blaze. It was reported around 11:40 p.m. Sunday in Cypress Hills and brought under control about an hour later.

  • Eagles fans take to streets to celebrate after team's win

    PHILADELPHIA (AP) - Thousands of Philadelphia Eagles fans have taken to the streets to celebrate following their team's 38-7 win over the Minnesota Vikings in the NFC championship game.

    The Eagles will be playing in their first Super Bowl since they lost to this year's AFC champions the New England Patriots in 2005.

    After the game, huge crowds gathered in neighborhoods around the city. There were no immediate reports of any problems.

  • Ohio man accused of plotting US attacks to be sentenced

    COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) - An Ohio man who admitted he plotted to kill military members in the U.S. after receiving training in Syria is again set to be sentenced after a short delay.

    Abdirahman Sheik Mohamud (ab-dee-RAH'-mahn shayk moh-HAH'-mud) is scheduled to appear in federal court in Columbus on Monday.

    Court documents unsealed last year show Mohamud pleaded guilty more than two years ago to terrorism charges.

  • 3 men shot in midtown Manhattan near Macy's, no arrests made

    NEW YORK (AP) - Three men have been shot and wounded in midtown Manhattan in an area that is traditionally buzzing with tourists near the Empire State Building and Macy's.

    The shooting happened Sunday afternoon on West 31st Street. The victims were taken to a hospital with injuries that are not believed to be life-threatening.

  • Talk by conservative speaker planned at UConn

    STORRS, Conn. (AP) - A conservative speaker whose appearance at the University of California, Berkeley in the fall sparked protests is scheduled to speak this week at the University of Connecticut.

    Ben Shapiro, the editor-in-chief of conservative news and commentary site The Daily Wire, is scheduled to appear Wednesday evening at an event hosted by UConn's College Republicans.

  • California highway swamped by deadly mudslides reopens

    SANTA BARBARA, Calif. (AP) - A coastal California highway swamped by deadly mudslides reopened Sunday after a nearly two-week closure that caused traffic headaches across the region, state officials said.

    Traffic began moving again on U.S. 101 in Santa Barbara County shortly after noon, according to Jim Shivers, spokesman for the California Department of Transportation. Officials had promised a day earlier that the highway would be open again in time for the Monday morning commute.

  • Eagles fans take to streets to celebrate after team's win

    PHILADELPHIA (AP) - Thousands of Philadelphia Eagles fans have taken to the streets to celebrate following their team's 38-7 win over the Minnesota Vikings in the NFC championship game.

    The Eagles will be playing in their first Super Bowl since they lost to this year's AFC champions the New England Patriots in 2005.

    After the game, huge crowds gathered in neighborhoods around the city. There were no immediate reports of any problems.

  • The Patriots and Eagles will square off in Super Bowl 52

    Tom Brady and the New England Patriots are going back to the Super Bowl in search of a sixth title.

    They'll face a Philadelphia Eagles team looking for their first Lombardi Trophy.

    Brady led the Patriots (15-3) back from a 10-point, fourth-quarter deficit to beat the Jacksonville Jaguars 24-20 in the AFC championship game Sunday.

  • Patriots favored by 5-6 points over Eagles in Super Bowl

    LAS VEGAS (AP) - Oddsmakers like the chances of Tom Brady winning a sixth Super Bowl ring, making the New England Patriots nearly a touchdown favorite to beat the Philadelphia Eagles.

    Sports books around Las Vegas opened the Patriots around a 6-point favorite Sunday to win their second straight Super Bowl. They also made New England a big favorite to win the Super Bowl next year in Atlanta.

  • Foles, Eagles fly into Super Bowl, rout Vikings 38-7

    PHILADELPHIA (AP) - With one quarter remaining, Eagles players on the field and sideline already were dancing.

    A bit later, after their stunning and resounding 38-7 rout of the Minnesota Vikings earned them the NFC championship, they listened as nearly 70,000 made the Linc shake with "Fly Eagles Fly."

    Hey Philly, you're in the Super Bowl.

    "It was electric. The fans are awesome," All-Pro tackle Lane Johnson said.

  • Jon Rahm outlasts Andrew Landry in CareerBuilder playoff

    LA QUINTA, Calif. (AP) - Jon Rahm headed over the hill to San Diego for his Torrey Pines title defense with a playoff victory in the CareerBuilder Challenge and the No. 2 spot in the world ranking.

    The Spaniard is way ahead of where he even dreamed he would be this early in his career.

  • Golden Knights beat Hurricanes, have best record in NHL

    RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) - The Golden Knights are giving Vegas an incredible, odds-beating story in their first year on the ice.

    With a roster built on everybody else's spare parts, this expansion team has the whole league playing catch-up.

    James Neal and Jonathan Marchessault scored to help the Golden Knights beat the Carolina Hurricanes 5-1 on Sunday night, giving the first-year franchise the best record in the NHL.

  • UK's Princess Eugenie, daughter of Prince Andrew, engaged

    LONDON (AP) - It will be a busy year for royal weddings: Princess Eugenie is engaged to be married later this year, several months after her cousin Prince Harry's nuptials.

    Eugenie, the daughter of Prince Andrew and his ex-wife Sarah Ferguson, will marry Jack Brooksbank in the fall, Buckingham Palace said Monday.

    The palace said that the wedding will take place at St. George's Chapel in Windsor. Prince Harry and his American fiancee Meghan Markle will marry at the same chapel in May.

  • 'Hobbit' director Peter Jackson making WWI documentary

    LONDON (AP) - "The Lord of the Rings" director Peter Jackson is transforming grainy black-and-white footage of World War I into 3-D color for a new film.

    Jackson's movie is among dozens of artworks commissioned by British cultural bodies to commemorate a century since the final year of the 1914-18 war.

    Jackson has restored archive film from the Imperial War Museum using cutting-edge digital technology and hand coloring.

  • With a lighter touch, SAG Awards follows a familiar script

    LOS ANGELES (AP) - With a still undetermined awards race and an industry undergoing tectonic shifts with the Me Too and Time's Up movements, awards shows have become canaries in the coal mine.

    After the Golden Globes, it was clear that the entertainment business was not shying away from its problems, but the Screen Actors Guild Awards suggested that perhaps the Hollywood reckoning is now following a familiar script.

  • Morgan Freeman accepts life achievement honors at SAG Awards

    LOS ANGELES (AP) - Morgan Freeman first stood on a stage when he was 8 years old, playing Little Boy Blue in a pageant. That's when he knew he wanted to be an actor.

  • 'This Is Us,' 'Veep' casts take top SAG TV series awards

    LOS ANGELES (AP) - "This Is Us" won the top drama series trophy at Sunday's Screen Actors Guild Awards, making up for the Emmy and Golden Globe honors that eluded it and taking a stand for broadcast network TV amid growing online competition.

  • The Latest: Cher tells marchers to use their voice and vote

    LAS VEGAS (AP) - The Latest on women's marches taking place around the world (all times local):

    3:40 p.m.

    Singer and actress Cher is urging thousands of people at a Las Vegas women's march and rally to make themselves heard at the polls.

    The music icon showed up to take to the podium and remind the crowd that if they don't vote, they don't have a voice.

  • Mattis says Turkey gave US notice about airstrikes in Syria

    JAKARTA, Indonesia (AP) - U.S. Defense Secretary Jim Mattis says Turkey gave the U.S. military advance notice of its airstrikes against Kurdish targets in northern Syria.

    Mattis defended Turkey, calling it a trusted NATO ally with "legitimate security concerns" about Syria.

  • The Latest: Trump: Democrats are prioritizing noncitizens

    WASHINGTON (AP) - The Latest on the budget battle (all times local):

    8:35 a.m.

    President Donald Trump is accusing Democrats of prioritizing services and security for noncitizens over U.S. citizens.

    He says in a tweet Monday: "Not good!"

    Some government functions shut down over the weekend. Democrats are rejecting a funding bill until Republicans agree to protect 700,000 immigrants brought to the U.S. illegally as children.

  • Iraq signs rare gas deal with US firm

    BAGHDAD (AP) - Iraq has signed a deal with a U.S. company to tap natural gas in one of its southern oil fields, a step toward exploiting a natural resource that has been neglected for decades.

  • White House defends ad calling Dems 'complicit' in killings

    WASHINGTON (AP) - The White House is defending a tough new ad by President Donald Trump's re-election campaign that says Democrats will be "complicit" in any killings committed by immigrants in the U.S. illegally.

  • Angola ex-vice president misses corruption trial in Portugal

    LISBON, Portugal (AP) - Angola's former vice president has failed to appear at a Portuguese court where he was scheduled to stand trial for corruption.

    Portuguese prosecutors accuse Manuel Vicente, the African country's former deputy leader and one-time head of national oil company Sonangol, of corruption, money-laundering and forgery. They allege he paid a Portuguese magistrate to drop two investigations into alleged money-laundering and Angolan investments in Portugal.

  • France's Macron hosts 140 world business leaders

    PARIS (AP) - French President Emmanuel Macron is hosting 140 world business leaders in a bid to convince them to invest and hire in France.

    Macron wants to promote his business-friendly policies, including measures to ease France's labor rules and tax changes that aim to attract foreign investors.

    He will visit Monday a Toyota plant in northern France before heading to the evening business event at the chateau of Versailles.


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