TOP NEWS STORIES FROM THE BEST SOURCES.
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CNN – Top Stories
Fox News – Top Stories
- UCLA has a talented backup quarterback in Chase Griffin, but it also doesn't hurt to have a strong running game supporting him.
- Republican congressional candidate Mariannette Miller-Meeks leads Democrat Tina Hart by a mere six votes after a recount in Iowa's 2nd District.
- Virginia Tech overcame some late-game adversity to dominate overtime and upset No. 3 Villanova just a day after learning they would be playing the Wildcats.
- Schools in Baltimore will shut down for two days this week — and a ransomware attack, not the coronavirus, is to blame.
- Chevan Cordeiro passed for 246 yards and a touchdown and scored on a 2-yard run in the fourth quarter and Hawaii beat Nevada 24-21 on Saturday night.
WSJ – Top Stories
- The metal structure has been removed, Utah officials said on Saturday, adding that they had not taken it down.
- See what happened when a couple of avid gardeners erected a backyard structure to grow their own plants and trees. Plus, more ideas for passing the time at home.
- The northern Italian province became one of the deadliest killing fields for the virus in the Western world. But a Times investigation found that faulty guidance and bureaucratic delays rendered the toll far worse than it had to be.
- After suffering a string of audacious attacks, Tehran faces an agonizing choice: embracing hard-liner demands for swift retaliation, or trying to make a fresh start with the Biden administration.
- Mr. Prowse went from being a weight lifting champion in Britain to helping portray one of the most iconic villains in movie history. But his voice did not make the edit.
- The “Mean Girls” and “Mamma Mia!” actress knows her performance as Marion Davies in“Mank” will be a turning point in her career. But first, she had to put some distance between herself and Hollywood.
- Here’s what you need to know about the week’s top stories.
- They gave boxing a throwback party on Saturday night, with a bout that was heavy on spectacle and light on serious competition.
- Seasonal stagings often underwrite the usual fare. But even without indoor audiences, the tradition lives on — by mail, by screen, by car and by radio.
- After heavy artillery strikes on Saturday, the federal government claimed the city of Mekelle was now under its control, but there was no way to independently confirm the assertion.