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    JEOPARDY! fans were left STUNNED by Mattea Roach's rare Final Jeopardy move they've "never seen before." The 12-day Canadian champion ended with a historic win Wednesday and HOW she won had viewers buzzing. 1Mattea Roach won her 12th game of Jeopardy! ALONE on stage due to a technicality As host Ken Jennings noted during April 20th's Jeopardy! episode, 23-year-old Mattea's 12th victory makes her one of the show's top 10 longest-running champions. But even more rare according to fans was how her 12th win ended. As first-time contestants were left in the red going into Final Jeopardy, the show returned from commercial with the tutor on a tear ALONE at her podium. "We don't usually come to you first in "Final Jeopardy but were going to today," Ken remarked at the shocking scene. Read More on The US SunHIGH & MIGHTY ‘Weed nuns’ announce plans to blaze new path with a green tourPIERS MORGAN Trump raged 'what the f**k is this?' after seeing what I'd written about him Wow, the other two contestants didn't make it to Final Jeopardy. Never...
    President Joe Biden admitted on Wednesday night that he wished his plan to send 500 million Covid-19 tests to people's homes came to him earlier - despite promising nearly three months ago to increase the supply by 'nearly 300 million.'  Just two days until Christmas, Americans nationwide are still waiting in long lines for Covid-19 tests and even longer for their results amid a massive spike in demand. Three major studies have already confirmed the Omicron variant is noticeably milder than Delta, the previous dominant strain. In the United Kingdom, Covid patients with Omicron were 20 to 25 percent less likely to need hospitalization, according to one study. Another paper found Omicron was up to 45 percent less likely to lead to hospitalization than Delta, based on 300,000 people in England. But Biden was forced to defend his administration's response to the highly-contagious Omicron variant as it rips through all 50 states. He told ABC host David Muir that 'nothing's been good enough' though repeated his and his top officials' line that nobody 'saw it coming' as rapidly as it...
    President Biden's gut reaction to the news that a deadly suicide bomb had gone off amid the American evacuation from Afghanistan has been revealed.  During an Afghanistan briefing on Aug. 26, head of US Central Command Gen. Frank McKenzie turned ashen as he was handed a piece of paper. He told the meeting, which he'd called into by video, that a bomb had been detonated near the Hamid Karzai Airport - four services members were already dead, three near dead, dozens more injured.  There were gasps throughout the room and Biden winced before going silent for a long pause. 'The worst that can happen has happened,' the president said once he broke the silence, meeting participants told the New York Times.  The death toll eventually rose to 13 US service members and over 170 Afghans.  The fateful event has since marred the Biden administration's record and defined the frenzied withdrawal that has scored criticism from both sides. Following the attack, which terror group ISIS-K later claimed, the US carried out a retaliatory drone strike, which they initially claimed killed a terrorist...
    The frontrunner in Tuesday’s Democratic primary for New York City mayor, Eric Adams, said his favorite concert was the same one where Curtis Mayfield was paralyzed, according to Vanity Fair. “At that concert there was a rainstorm and the lights fell on Curtis Mayfield and they actually paralyzed him at that concert,” Adams said of the 1990 Wingate Concert Series to Vanity Fair. “He died a few years ago, but it was an amazing concert before that happened. Just so unfortunate.” The Los Angeles Times reported at the time that Mayfield was coming on stage when the lighting scaffold was blown down by the wind and hit the singer’s neck. It is unclear what performances Adams watched at the series before Mayfield was set to play, but the concert had been going on for about an hour by the time of the incident, according to The New York Times. A plaque is displayed at the ceremony honoring Curtis Mayfield at Hollywood’s RockWalk on May 20, 2008 in Hollywood, California. (Photo by Noel Vasquez/Getty Images) Six others were injured from the...
    A person lights candles at a vigil for Daunte Wright on April 12, 2021 in Portland, Oregon. Nathan Howard/Getty Images Daunte Wright was killed while being detained on an outstanding arrest warrant, police said. The nature and relevance of this backstory has been the subject of furious debate since his death. Insider reviewed legal documents which shed light on what happened. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Daunte Wright's killing by a police officer not far from Minneapolis sparked renewed debate about racism and policing in the US.  Police said they pulled over Wright, a 20-year-old Black man, on a routine traffic violation at about 2pm on Sunday in the city of Brooklyn Center. Officers say that when they sought to detain him on an outstanding arrest warrant, Wright, attempted to flee, at which point an officer fatally shot him. (You can read Insider's other coverage of Wright's death and its aftermath here.) The nature and relevance of the charges have been subject to intense debate, and false rumors since Wright's death. Insider reviewed court documents that...
    CHICAGO (CBS) — “I’m sorry” – those are the words of the family of the teen who shot and wounded a Chicago Police officer and a Home Depot security guard last week, before he himself was shot and killed by Chicago Police. Days after that shooting, the family was trying to make sense of what happened. They shared what they know with CBS 2’s Suzanne Le Mignot. READ MORE: Some Illinois Residents Cross State Line To Wisconsin For COVID Vaccine, Though No One Is Supposed To “I just want the world to know he wasn’t no bad person at all,” said the mother of 18-year-old Travon Chadwell. Chadwell’s mother agreed to speak with us if we didn’t show her face. She spoke as tears streamed down her cheeks. She said her son was diagnosed with ADHD at an early age and suffered with his mental health. “He was a beautiful child,” she said. This past Thursday afternoon, video showed a security guard at the Home Depot at 4555 S. Western Blvd. struggling with Chadwell, who was suspected of...
    Fact check: Fake quote about right to bear arms attributed to George Washington Biden still seeking bipartisan Covid-19 relief package despite stalemate LeBron James career changed when he learned his opponents so thoroughly that he could call out plays before they happened © Mark J. Terrill/AP Images LeBron James. Mark J. Terrill/AP Images LeBron James' basketball IQ might be his greatest strength, a skill Doc Rivers said James developed over time. Opposing coaches and players have said James knows their playbooks and will call out their plays before they even happen. Teammates have marveled at James' knowledge of basketball, his ability to break down plays, and know the scouting report. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Chicago Bulls rookie Patrick Williams was the latest player to witness LeBron James' basketball mind at work. After a 101-90 loss to the Los Angeles Lakers last Saturday, Williams told reporters that James was calling out the Bulls' plays before they even happened. "He was out there just making plays," Williams told reporters. "He was making plays with his mind, with...
    LeBron James. Mark J. Terrill/AP Images LeBron James' basketball IQ might be his greatest strength, a skill Doc Rivers said James developed over time. Opposing coaches and players have said James knows their playbooks and will call out their plays before they even happen. Teammates have marveled at James' knowledge of basketball, his ability to break down plays, and know the scouting report. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Chicago Bulls rookie Patrick Williams was the latest player to witness LeBron James' basketball mind at work. After a 101-90 loss to the Los Angeles Lakers last Saturday, Williams told reporters that James was calling out the Bulls' plays before they even happened. "He was out there just making plays," Williams told reporters. "He was making plays with his mind, with his communication, even when he didn't have the ball. When he was off-ball, he was calling out our plays, telling guys where to be and what was coming next. You can tell that he watches a lot of film." This isn't a new phenomenon for James —...
    Bryan Luitze II, 25, has been charged with first-degree intentional homicide in the beating death of his grandfather, Charles Luitze, 70, in August A Wisconsin man has been charged with murder for allegedly bludgeoning his sex offender grandfather to death with a hammer in a fit of rage over a crime the victim had committed nearly 30 years ago. Bryan Luitze II, 25, has been held in jail for a probation violation since mid-August, and on Friday he was charged with first-degree intentional homicide stemming from his grandfather's brutal killing. According to a criminal complaint cited by Kenosha News, on August 15, Luitze went to the home of his grandfather, Charles Luitze, 70, in Racine and killed him with hammer blows to the face. The grisly scene was discovered by the victim’s neighbor, who came looking for him after she was unable to reach him by phone. Deputies who were summoned to the home on Sheridan Road found the victim laying dead on his bed, with the hammer used in the killing still lodged in the center of his...
    A new Netflix documentary trailer has shown killer Chris Watt's smiling wife talking about their happy family life in home video footage before he murdered her and their two daughters, 4 and 3, and stuffed the little girls' bodies in an oil tank.  'I went through one of the darkest times in my life and then I met Chris and he's the best thing that has ever happened to me,' Shanann Watts tells the camera in the chilling never-before-seen footage.  Chris Watts strangled his pregnant wife, 34, killing her and their unborn son Nico in their bed at their home in Frederick, Colorado, in August 2018 when she confronted him about his affair with a co-worker.   He then drove their daughters, Bella, 4, and Celeste, 3 - with their mom's corpse in the car - to a remote oil field where he worked and smothered them with a New York Yankees blanket before squeezing their bodies into an oil tank. A new Netflix documentary 'American Murder: The Family Next Door' airing from September 30 will look into the grisly murders including the apparent...
    Paul Rosenberg August 15, 2020 4:07PM (UTC) Not even the most perceptive academic could have timed the publication of a 10-year research project this perfectly. LSU political scientist Nathan Kalmoe's new book, "With Ballots and Bullets: Partisanship and Violence in the American Civil War" is being published in this overheated election season, and that's just an accident. Ten years back, no one would have imagined the recently reported Transition Integrity Project projection of "both street-level violence and political impasse" in all four war-game scenarios it conducted for the 2020 election. (The full report is here.) Such possibilities weren't on anyone's radar — except for his.  "Pundits and scholars have generally lacked perspective in thinking about the bounds of mass partisanship in the U.S.," Kalmoe told me. They "virtually never consider that partisans might kill each other in extreme circumstances." Yet here we are today, facing that dire possibility in the weeks and months ahead. Both the length of time and the scope of research that went into this project set it far apart from any superficially similar warnings, even...
    With the final season of Netflix's "Dark" around the corner, we're here to recap the mind-twisting first two seasons.  From Jonas and Martha's complicated romantic history, to the revelation of Adam, multiple worlds, and more, here you'll find all the essential information you should remember before season three. Warning: Major spoilers ahead for seasons one and two of "Dark." Visit Insider's homepage for more. The final season of Netflix's "Dark" is nearly upon us, so we're here to help fans who want a refresher of the basics before diving back into the twisty world of Winden, Germany.  If you want a more detailed recap of the season two finale, read our full explainer here. And remember: We don't have all the answers yet. There are still plenty of questions left heading into the final season of "Dark" (you can read our list of ongoing mysteries here).  But for now, we've truncated all the essential information you should have top-of-mind going into season three before it premieres on June 27.  Keep reading for a summary of the major plot...
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