Welcome, Las Vegas Raiders! Gov. Sisolak unveils new team name at Allegiant Stadium

LAS VEGAS (FOX5) -- It's official - welcome, Las Vegas Raiders. The Raiders were officially renamed the Las Vegas Raiders today at Allegiant Stadium, the new home of #raidernation. The team, founded in 1960, have won three Super Bowl championships across the years. Now, the silver and black are at home in Sin City.
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Welcome, Las Vegas Raiders! Gov. Sisolak unveils new team name at Allegiant Stadium

LAS VEGAS (FOX5) -- It's official - welcome, Las Vegas Raiders. The Raiders were officially renamed the Las Vegas Raiders today at Allegiant Stadium, the new home of #raidernation. The team, founded in 1960, have won three Super Bowl championships across the years. Now, the silver and black are at home in Sin City.
FOX5 Las Vegas


U.N. links Bezos phone hack to Saudi crown prince's WhatsApp account

DUBAI, United Arab Emirates (AP) - The cellphone of Amazon founder and Washington Post owner Jeff Bezos was hacked in what appeared to be an attempt by Saudi Arabia's crown prince to "influence, if not silence" the newspaper's reporting on the kingdom, two U.N. human-rights experts said Wednesday. The U.N. experts called for an "immediate investigation"
MarketWatch


Donald Trump Appears To Claim That An American Invented The Wheel, Also Says Elon Musk 'Does Good At Rockets'

In a lengthy interview from the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, on Wednesday, Donald Trump praised such American inventors and innovators and Elon Musk and Thomas Edison - but also appeared to say that it was an American who invented the wheel. "We have to protect Thomas Edison and we have to protect all
The Inquisitr


DC Sues Presidential Inaugural Committee, Alleging It 'Grossly' Overpaid for Trump Hotel Space

Noam Galai/WireImage, File The District of Columbia is suing President Donald Trump's inaugural committee and two companies that control the Trump International Hotel in the nation's capital. A lawsuit announced Wednesday by D.C. Attorney General Karl Racine accuses them of abusing nonprofit funds to benefit Trump's family. The inaugural committee raised an unprecedented $107
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Trump inaugural committee sued for 'grossly overpaying' president's Washington hotel

The attorney general of Washington D.C. has filed a lawsuit against Donald Trump 's inaugural committee, alleging an abuse of non-profit funds that ultimately benefited the first family's private business. Attorney General Karl Racine said in the lawsuit that the committee was made to "grossly overpay for event space" at the Trump International Hotel in
The Independent


IBM chief calls for 'precision regulation' on AI that weighs privacy against benefits to society

There does need to be artificial intelligence regulation but it must be thoughtfully crafted to allow for technological advancement, IBM Chair and CEO Ginni Rometty told CNBC on Wednesday. "Precision regulation is what I think is needed because ... we've got to compete in this world against every country," Rometty said in a "Squawk Box" interview
CNBC


A Louis Vuitton x NBA collaboration is coming

Louis Vuitton Virgil Abloh has done a stellar job of bending the codes of luxury fashion ever so slightly. Where boundaries between industries once existed, the Off-White and LV menswear head honcho has blurred them. It's why he's so well suited to Louis Vuitton: a brand that has a history of crossing sportswear
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'He does good at rockets' - Trump showers Tesla CEO Elon Musk with strange praise at Davos | Markets Insider

President Trump showered Tesla CEO Elon Musk with strange and confusing praise during a CNBC interview in Davos on Wednesday. "I was worried about him, because he's one of our great geniuses, and we have to protect our genius," Trump said, comparing Musk to inventor Thomas Edison. "He does good at rockets, too, by the
Business Insider Nordic


Saudi Leader's WhatsApp Message Reportedly Led to "Massive Exfiltration" of Data From Jeff Bezos' Phone

Hillary Clinton on Bernie: "Nobody Likes Him, Nobody Wants to Work with Him, He Got Nothing Done." From Richmond to the Senate Chambers, Minority Rule Rules Living in a Democracy Is No Longer Protection From Authoritarianism How Citizens United Led Directly to Trump's Impeachment A year after murdering and dismembering
Slate Magazine


China's new coronavirus cases rise sharply to 400, as death toll rises to nine

BEIJING (AP) - Chinese health authorities urged people in the city of Wuhan to avoid crowds and public gatherings after warning on Wednesday that a new viral illness infecting hundreds of people in the country and causing at least nine deaths could spread further. The number of new cases has risen sharply in China, the center
MarketWatch


A.T. Smith congratulates Hobart Lewis on victory in runoff election; Lewis named republican nominee for Greenville Co. Sheriff race

Greenville, SC (FOX Carolina) - Tuesday, voters headed to the polls to determine the GOP candidate for Greenville County Sheriff. The runoff race is between Hobart Lewis and A.T. Smith. Previously Lewis secured 37% of the vote while Smith garnered 32%. Monday night, both candidates took part in a final debate at the Greenville County
FOX Carolina


Chief Justice John Roberts' fashion choice: No stripes

WASHINGTON - Americans came face to face Tuesday with a man they rarely see, the chief justice of the United States, John Roberts. And they may have noticed one thing. He does not wear stripes on the arms of his black judicial robe. The last time the Senate conducted a president's impeachment trial in
USA TODAY


Glenn Greenwald Charged With Cybercrimes By Brazil's Bolsonaro Government

Journalist Glenn Greenwald was arrested in Brazil on Tuesday for cybercrimes, The New York Times reports. He is accused of being part of a "criminal organization" that spread hacked cellphone messages and harmed the image of an anti-corruption task force. The charges stem from the work of the news organization Greenwald co-founded, The Intercept Brasil. According
The Inquisitr


Rep. Meadows: House GOP Team Wants Americans to Know 'The Truth'

Rep. Mark Meadows, as one of eight House Republicans named Monday to defend President Donald Trump as his impeachment trial continues, said Tuesday that he and his fellow lawmakers want to "bring the truth" to Americans. "When they see the truth they will know that the president not only did anything wrong but certainly did
Newsmax


'Nobody likes him,' Hillary Clinton says of presidential candidate Bernie Sanders

WASHINGTON (AP) - Hillary Clinton says "nobody likes" her former presidential rival Bernie Sanders, even as the Vermont senator remains entrenched among the front-runners in the Democratic race, with the Iowa caucus beginning in less than two weeks. In an interview with "The Hollywood Reporter" published Tuesday, Clinton was asked about a comment she makes in
PBS NewsHour


Hillary Clinton Pleads Ignorance About Harvey Weinstein Despite Multiple Warnings - Washington Free Beacon

'How could we have known?' Clinton asked, despite multiple women saying they warned the campaign Hillary Clinton and Harvey Weinstein / Getty Images Alex Griswold - Former Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton claimed there was no way she could have known about Harvey Weinstein's history of allegedsexual assault, despite multiple women saying
Washington Free Beacon


Nearly a quarter of New Hampshire primary voters still undecided: poll

MANCHESTER, N.H. - With three weeks to go until the first primary in the race for the White House, a new poll indicates that the battle for the Democratic presidential nomination is wide open in New Hampshire. According to the Suffolk University survey for the Boston Globe, Sen. Bernie Sanders of Vermont and
Fox News


Supreme Court puts off an election-year decision on Obamacare

The Supreme Court refused Tuesday to take up another challenge to the Affordable Care Act, leaving the healthcare law known as Obamacare intact but still under legal challenge. Instead, without comment or dissent, the justices turned away appeals from the California attorney general and House Democrats who sought a speedy ruling in a pending lawsuit in
Los Angeles Times


Lev Parnas demands Barr recusal from his case over AG's apparent involvement in Trump's Ukraine scheme

Ex-Rudy Giuliani henchman Lev Parnas demanded Monday that Attorney General William Barr recuse himself from his criminal case over allegations that the AG played a part in President Trump's hunt for Ukrainian dirt on Democrats. Parnas, who has broken with Team Trump in spectacular fashion and is angling to testify at the president's
New York Daily News


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