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Guilty on 2 counts - ABC News

The jury reached a verdict in the New York rape trial of Harvey Weinstein , the disgraced former Hollywood mega-producer. Weinstein, 67, was found guilty of criminal sexual assault and of rape in the third degree. He was found not guilty of the more serious charges of predatory sexual assault and of rape in the first degree. The judge in the case remanded Weinstein into custody without bail, against his attorneys' request. Attorney Donna ... Full story

"Live from Staples Center as thousands are expected to honor Kobe Bryant and daughter Gianna"

TIME: "Live from Staples Center as thousands are expected to honor Kobe Bryant and daughter Gianna" - -. - Sorry, this site requires JavaScript for full functionality. Please enable JavaScript in your browser and reload the page. Full story

Seven claims about India fact-checked - BBC News

President Trump kicked off a visit to India with an address to tens of thousands of people in a cricket stadium in Ahmedabad, in the state of Gujarat. The speech praised India's Prime Minister Narendra Modi and highlighted the success of recent policies to improve the country. We looked at some of the claims. CLAIM 1: TRUMP SAID: "SINCE THE TURN OF THE CENTURY, THE SIZE OF THE INDIAN ECONOMY HAS GROWN OVER SIX TIMES IN SIZE.". Reality check: ... Full story

With Warren and Klobuchar fading, the U.S. is lagging on female leadership

Rachel B. Vogelstein is the Douglas Dillon senior fellow and director of the Women and Foreign Policy Program at the Council on Foreign Relations and a professor at Georgetown Law School. Alexandra Bro is a research associate at the Women and Foreign Policy Program at the Council on Foreign Relations. As the race for the Democratic nomination heats up , the chances of the two remaining women appear to be fading. As Bernie Sanders and Pete ... Full story

As coronavirus cases surge worldwide, Dow plummets 700 points

The Dow Jones Industrial Average plummeted more than 700 points on Monday as the number of coronavirus infections around the world have surged. The S&P 500 and Nasdaq also tumbled Monday morning, by more than 2.6% and 3%, respectively. As markets opened Monday, the Dow was down more than 900 points after reports that the worldwide death toll from the novel coronavirus had risen to 2,612. A vast majority of those deaths -- more than 2,500 -- ... Full story

20,000 People Will Pack LA’s Staples Center To Pay Tribute To Kobe And Gianna Bryant Today

- Share to facebook - Share to linkedin. Thousands will pay tribute to Kobe and Gianna 'Gigi' Bryant at a 'Celebration of Life' memorial on ... [+] Getty Images. Topline : Family, fellow players and thousands of basketball fans are expected to pack LA’s Staples Center to pay tribute to sporting giant Kobe Bryant and his daughter Gigi, a rising basketball star, following their shock deaths in a helicopter crash last month. - It is not yet known ... Full story

Winter storm moving across country with heavy snow, flooding rain

Two storm systems moving out of the West will combine into a Winter Storm in the middle of the country and could bring the biggest snowstorm of the season to parts of Midwest. Already on Sunday, the northern storm brought damaging winds up to 50 mph in Seattle where trees were reported down on homes, critically injuring a person. In Colorado, the southern storm brought heavy snow of up to 10 inches that caused accidents on the roads on Sunday. ... Full story

Prague denies renaming square to troll Moscow

Image caption Boris Nemtsov was shot dead in February 2015 as he walked through central Moscow with his girlfriend. Politicians in Prague have denied they are trolling Moscow by renaming a square in memory of Boris Nemtsov - a murdered critic of President Putin. The square houses the Russian embassy. Mr Nemtsov was shot dead on a Moscow bridge in 2015. Prague will also rename a park after Anna Politkovskaya, a Russian journalist killed in 2006. ... Full story

Cruise can now transport passengers in self-driving cars in CA – TechCrunch

Cruise recently received a permit to transport passengers in its autonomous vehicles in California. Granted by the California Public Utilities Commission, the permit is part of the state’s Autonomous Vehicle Passenger Service pilot. As part of the program, Cruise must provide data and reports to the CPUC regarding any incidents, the number of passenger miles traveled and passenger safety protocols. Cruise must also have a safety driver behind ... Full story

Harvey Weinstein guilty: How the Hollywood giant faced his reckoning

As jurors were sworn in for Harvey Weinstein's trial in New York, the judge told them in no uncertain terms that this case was not intended to be a referendum on the ... Full story