YouTube removes new content uploaded to Trump's channel
SAN BRUNO, CALIFORNIA (REUTERS) – Alphabet Inc’s YouTube has removed new content uploaded to US President Donald Trump’s channel as it violated policies for inciting violence, the company said late on Tuesday (Jan 12).
The channel is now prevented from uploading new videos or livestreams for a minimum of seven days-which may be extended, YouTube said in a statement.
Target reports over 17% jump in sales during holiday period
(Reuters) – Target Corp said on Wednesday its comparable sales rose 17.2% in November and December as its online sales more than doubled during the holiday period.
Manchester arena and Parsons Green attackers charged with prison officer assault
Manchester Arena attacker Hashem Abedi and Parsons Green bomber Ahmed Hassan have both been charged with assaulting a prison officer at HMP Belmarsh, the Metropolitan Police said.
Abedi was also charged with assault on a second prison officer.
The charges relate to an incident at HMP Belmarsh on 11 May 2020.
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Herald morning quiz: January 14
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What They’re Saying: Broncos hire George Paton as general manager – The Denver Post
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Houston Rockets to Trade James Harden to the Nets
The Houston Rockets have agreed to trade the All-Star guard James Harden to the Nets in a four-team deal, a day after a disgruntled Harden said the Rockets were “not good enough.”
The trade, which was first reported by ESPN, was confirmed by a person close to Harden with knowledge of the deal who was not authorized to discuss it publicly.
As part of the deal, the Nets will send Caris LeVert to the Indiana Pacers; the Pacers will send Victor Oladipo to the Houston Rockets; and the Nets will send Jarrett Allen to the Cleveland Cavaliers.
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Stand Out in Liberia's Traffic Jams
The cash-strapped government in Liberia has introduced the use of personalised number plates for vehicles. Dubbed “vanity” or “luxury” plates, they will cost between $1,000 and $1,500 annually. The annual fee for regular plates is usually around $100, depending on the vehicle. Those willing to fork out money for a more personal touch would be able chose which characters and numbers appear on their plates, an official said. With little direct investment coming into Liberia over the last three years, the government of President George Weah, a former football star, is having to come up with creative ways to generate much-needed revenue.
Rare Pictures from Western Sahara
The US’ plans to open a consulate in Western Sahara marks a turning point for the disputed territory. Washington’s recognition of Morocco’s authority over the land frustrates indigenous Sahrawis seeking independence but others see the future US consulate as a boost for Western Sahara cities like Dakhla.
CU Buffs’ KD Nixon enters transfer portal – The Denver Post
Markese Stepp lands at Nebraska after transfer from USC
AP college football poll: Perfect Alabama finishes No. 1 in AP Top 25 for 12th time
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Tyson Summers out as CU Buffs defensive coordinator
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PHOTOS: Opening day of the 73d Colorado state legislature
The 73rd General Assembly of the Colorado State Legislature was sworn in Wednesday at the Capitol in Denver.
The legislature is expected to take up seven bills this week before taking a monthlong break.
Lawmakers plan to adjourn Friday and begin their session in earnest next month, by which point many who work at the Capitol are expected to have received the COVID-19 vaccination.
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Avalanche vs. Blues live blog: Real-time updates from Colorado’s season opener at Ball Arena – The Denver Post
Live updates, tweets, photos, analysis and more from the Avalanche game against the St. Louis Blues at Ball Arena in Denver on Jan. 13, 2021.
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