• U.S.
    Yahoo News UK

    Two siblings died after playing game to see how far they could swim out to sea, inquest finds

    Essex’s senior coroner noted that warning signs could only be read close up.

  • Celebrity
    INSIDER

    A woman's side-by-side images show the reality behind the 'perfect' Instagram photo

    Sara Puhto shares "Instagram versus Reality" photos in order to demonstrate how poses can drastically change your appearance in pictures.

  • Politics
    National Review

    Pelosi Objects to CNN Anchor’s Claim That Trump Was Acquitted in Impeachment Trial

    House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D., Calif.) interjected during an interview Saturday to make the case that President Trump was not acquitted from impeachment because his Senate trial lacked additional witnesses and documents demanded by Senate Democrats.“You can’t have an acquittal unless you have a trial, and you can’t have a trial unless you have witnesses and documents — so he can say he’s acquitted, and the headlines can say ‘acquitted,’ but he’s impeached forever: branded with that, and not vindicated,” Pelosi argued. His enablers in Washington may have chosen to betray their oath of impartial justice and cover up his abuses of power, but the fact remains: The President is impeached forever. Period. His final verdict is coming in November – from CA12 and all across America. pic.twitter.com/UxJ2CNU7hP -- Nancy Pelosi (@TeamPelosi) February 15, 2020Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R., Ky.) used the 53-47 Republican majority in the Senate to push for a trial that mirrored that of former president Bill Clinton with a vote to call witnesses after opening arguments from both sides. After days of back and forth, and a push to include testimony from former NSA adviser John Bolton, the Senate ultimately voted 51-49 to reject additional witnesses, as Senators Mitt Romney of Utah and Susan Collins of Maine joined Democrats to call for more evidence.Speaking to CNN Saturday, the House Speaker went on to praise Romney for  voting with Democrats to impeach Trump. Romney explained his decision at the time as one made with “thorough analysis and searching,” including prayer. “I don’t pretend that God told me what to do . . . I’m subject to my own conscience,” he told The Atlantic.Trump singled out both Romney and Pelosi the day after his impeachment acquittal for using “their faith as justification for doing what they know is wrong” while speaking at the National Prayer Breakfast. He also publicized the conclusion of impeachment by holding up copies of USA Today and The Washington Post with headlines reading "ACQUITTED" and "Trump Acquitted," respectively. President Trump holds up newspapers with "ACQUITTED" and "Trump Acquitted" headline at NationalPrayerBreakfast. Full video here: https://t.co/vu9O8zRwvo pic.twitter.com/WocOH644L6 -- CSPAN (@cspan) February 6, 2020

  • Celebrity
    People

    Constance Wu Made $600 While 'Undercover' as a Stripper Before Filming Hustlers

    Constance Wu Made $600 While 'Undercover' Before Filming Hustlers

  • U.S.
    NBC News

    Indiana professor is suspended for calling police on student who wouldn't switch seats

    "This decision is in the best interest of Dr. Borna and the University," Ball State University said in a statement.

  • Sports
    Autoblog

    Beijing auto show delayed by coronavirus as some automakers resume production

    Organizers of the Beijing Motor Show, which is scheduled to be held in late April, said on Monday the event will be delayed due to the coronavirus outbreak. Across mainland China, officials said the total number of coronavirus cases rose by 2,048 to 70,548, with 1,770 deaths. The Chinese Grand Prix, which was also scheduled for April, will also be postponed, Formula One officials announced last week.