Thanks to Diggs, Vikings deep in playoffs

The path for Stefon Diggs to last-play touchdown fame and sudden Minnesota savior didn't start with such brilliance.


Ducks beat Penguins with 4-goal 2nd period

The Ducks erupted in the second period to start a critical five-game homestand off with an important win.


Arizona overcomes slow start, cruises past California

Deandre Ayton leads Wildcats with 20 points and 11 rebounds


Australia PM Turnbull in Japan for economic, security talks

Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has visited a Japanese military training camp outside Tokyo at the start of a one-day visit to Japan.

United States

Fed survey finds solid growth and rising wages

The Federal Reserve says the economy was growing at a moderate pace at the start of the year, with the majority of business contacts optimistic about prospects for 2018.

United States

California suspect calls slain deputy's partner 'coward'

The suspect being tried in the slayings of two Northern California sheriff's deputies called one slain officer's partner a "coward" and repeatedly and profanely interrupted the start of his murder trial Tuesday.


Steelers stunned by Jaguars 45-42

Dominant at the start and resilient at the finish, Jacksonville stunned the Steelers 45-42 on Sunday to advance to the AFC title game.


NAU falls to 0-5 in Big Sky play with loss at Southern Utah

Lumberjacks off to worst start in conference play since 1990-91 season

Life & Style

Denny's giving out free Grand Slam breakfasts, but there's a catch

Denny’s is offering its guests a free Grand Slam breakfast through the end of January — but only if they start using the chain's online-ordering platform.


As North Korea and South Korea prepare for talks, locals are cautiously optimistic

Talks aimed at thawing the frigid relations between North and South Korea are set to start in a few hours.


Ex-English soccer coach pleads guilty to child sex offenses

A former English soccer coach has pleaded guilty to six child sex offences at the start of his trial.


Big unions sent over $1B in dues to Dem groups since 2010 without member approval, research finds

Big labor groups have sent over $1 billion to left-leaning groups since the start of the decade without prior approval from the unions' members, according to eye-opening new research.

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