Polar Vortex rolls east toward New York
An unrelenting winter storm that roared across the northern U.S. Is forecast to hit Upstate New York and parts of New England Monday. Much of the region is expected to see up to six inches of snow. Detroit could get up to 10 inches of snow between Sunday and Monday. Other parts of the northern U.S., From Michigan to Wisconsin, were blasted Sunday by a band dumping up to eight inches of snow. And it’s far from over: temperatures are expected to drive frost as far south as Atlanta by week’s end.
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Hearing set on retrial for former Ohio cop charged with murder
A hearing takes place Monday in the case against a former University of Cincinnati police officer charged in the shooting death of a man who tried to drive away from a traffic stop. The first trial of Ray Tensing, charged with murder and voluntary manslaughter in the 2015 death of Sam DuBose, ended last month with a hung jury. A judge set Monday’s hearing on a timetable for a retrial.
Six months after Pulse nightclub shooting, community wrestles with trauma
Monday marks the six-month anniversary after Omar Mateen opened fire inside Orlando’s Pulse nightclub, killing 49 patrons and injuring 53 others. Victims and family members remain the most affected, but others in the community — doctors, nurses, friends, counselors — have also wrestled with the shooting’s aftermath. Michael Cheatham, a trauma surgeon at Orlando Regional Medical Center, worked on many of the survivors and recalls the horrors of the shooting almost daily. “You can never, ever be prepared for what we saw that night,” Cheatham, 53, said. “It’s a little difficult for us to put it behind us.”.
Golden Globe nominations announced
The 74th Golden Globes are underway with nominations being announced Monday morning. The announcement will be live-streamed on GoldenGlobes.Com from Beverly Hills, Calif. (8:20 a.M. ET). This year’s favorites include the throwback Hollywood musical La La Land, the coming-of-age tale Moonlight and the emotionally stirring drama Manchester by the Sea (many of these snagged prizes at the Critics’ Choice Awards Sunday night). Another favorite is HBO’s sci-fi show Westworld. The Golden Globes, hosted by Jimmy Fallon, air Jan. 8 on NBC. Here are 10 movies you need to watch before awards season kicks into full gear.
Ravens, Patriots face off on Monday Night Football
The Baltimore Ravens visit the New England Patriots for a Monday Night Football contest that has big playoff implications. The Ravens (7-5) are a half-game back of the Pittsburgh Steelers (8-5) for first place in the AFC North, while the Patriots (10-2) are in a battle for home-field advantage as the conference’s top seed. It’s the first matchup between the teams since January 2015, when the Patriots crushed the Ravens and went on to win the Super Bowl against the Seattle Seahawks. Tensions are high: Ravens defensive standout Terrell Suggs won’t even mention Patriots quarterback Tom Brady by name when speaking to reporters.
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Stocks: European stocks rose while Asian stock markets declined Monday ahead of a Federal Reserve meeting that is widely expected to raise U.S. Interest rates.
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