Hollywood actor Kevin Costner has thrown his celebrity heft behind the candidacy of presidential hopeful Pete Buttigieg, introducing the Indiana mayor to a crowd at a rally at Indianola High School Sunday.
Prince Philip, 98, is reportedly spending a few days in a London hospital though it was said to be a planned visit. Not much is known about his condition, though Queen Elizabeth II was said to have attended church Sunday morning as is her usual routine.
President Donald Trump signed the National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2020 Friday, which included a provision that changed White Sands National Monument to White Sands National Park. White Sands officials said Saturday they’re pleased with the move for the southern New Mexico site.
The NBA reported that former commissioner David Stern is in serious condition after undergoing surgery for a brain hemorrhage late last week. Stern, 77, was taken to Mount Sinai West medical center for treatment.
President Trump took to twitter Sunday to blast Fox News for utilizing some of his ardent Democratic critics to use the network as a forum for their views, calling the outlet ‘pathetic’.
Roger Nakamine, 36, and an apprentice at the Pearl Harbor Naval Shipyard where Wednesday’s shooting took the lives of two other workers, issued a statement from the hospital he’s recovering at after also being shot, offering thanks but also a request for privacy.
San Francisco 49ers radio analyst Tim Ryan has been suspended one game for racial comments he made about Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson during a Monday drive-time program on KNBR radio.
“Street medicine” programs seek out people living in back alleys and under highways. It’s a public health approach designed to build trust and eventually connect homeless patients to other services.
Google Chief Executive Sundar Pichai will officially replace Larry Page as the CEO of parent Alphabet, extending a long retreat from active management and public roles by Page and Sergey Brin at the tech juggernaut.
Facebook posts on the fake kroger.com page indicated the company is giving away free groceries for a year, which it is not. The supermarket chain’s actual facebook page is just called Kroger, as company officials confirmed after learning of the hoax.