- U.S.In The Know
A man who was caught kissing a woman while attending a soccer game in Ecuador is now in hot water.
This is after they ran into each other at a store.
- U.S.ProFootball Talk on NBC Sports
Antonio Brown will soon leave police custody, on $110,000 bond. The charges he currently faces could put him behind bars for a long time, however. Via Cameron Wolfe of ESPN.com, Brown faces among other things a charge of felony burglary with battery. It carries a potential sentence of life in prison. "They overcharged him," attorney [more]
- U.S.The Independent
A female prisoner died after guards did not intervene while she was being beaten with a sock filled with bars of soap, it is claimed in a lawsuit set to be heard in the US.Nicole Rathmann was attacked by another inmate as she lay on her bunk at the Central Mississippi Correctional Facility.
- PoliticsThe Week
Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) isn't a fan of the whole impeachment saga, but he's not taking it personally.Many GOP lawmakers were angered by a comment made by lead impeachment prosecutor Rep. Adam Schiff (D-Calif.) during his closing arguments Friday. "CBS News reported last night that a Trump confidant said that key senators were warned, 'Vote against the president and your head will be on a pike.' I don't know if that's true," Schiff said.But Graham wasn't among the affronted. He said the comment was "over the top," but he's been in Schiff's shoes, so he understand that things can get away from you every once in a while in a tense environment. .@LindseyGrahamSC, via @ckmarie, on Schiff's "head on a pike" comments: "Over the top, but let's not be too hard here. I've been in their shoes, you've been doing this for three days, you're passionate about what you believe, you're trying to appeal to our better nature." -- Phil Mattingly (@Phil_Mattingly) January 25, 2020Overall, Graham was complimentary of the Democrats arguments, even if the chance that they swayed his opinion is negligible. With a few exceptions, the House managers presented their case in a professional, articulate manner respectful of the body. They were prepared and very, very, very thorough. The other side of the story will be presented tomorrow and then we decide. -- Lindsey Graham (@LindseyGrahamSC) January 25, 2020More stories from theweek.com Trump is winning the impeachment battle — but losing the war Despite apparent preference for 'moderate' candidate, Iowans back Sanders in latest poll Trump debuts official Space Force logo — and it's literally a ripoff of Star Trek
Queen Elizabeth Appoints Prince William to New Position
- LifestyleWoman's Day
Even Cupid will be impressed.From Woman's Day