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Via @PostSports: The Kansas City Chiefs waited a half-century between Super Bowl appearances. And they waited for more than three quarters Sunday night at Hard Rock Stadium for quarterback Patrick Mahomes and their dynamic offense to get revved up. It was all worth the wait for the Chiefs and their fans. Mahomes delivered a pair of late touchdown passes as part of a 21-point outburst as Kansas City came back to beat the San Francisco 49ers, 31-20, in a dramatic late turnaround in Super Bowl LIV on a picture-perfect South Florida evening. (Photo by Jamie Squire/Getty Images) #SuperBowl #NFL
Via @PostSports: Jennifer Lopez and Shakira brought a Miami flavor to the halftime show, as planned, in Jay-Z Roc Nation’s first effort since taking charge of Super Bowl halftime entertainment. Follow our live coverage by clicking the link in our bio. (Photo by Kevin Winter/Getty Images) #nfl #SuperBowl
"Saturday Night Live" writers imagined what viewers ideal impeachment trial of President Trump would look like on Feb. 1.
With the Iowa caucus right around the corner, you may be asking yourself, "What is the difference between a caucus and a primary?" and other important questions about Americas process of nominating candidates for president. Lucky for you, we have answers in the first episode of "Why do we do it this way?" with Hannah Jewell.
Punxsutawney Phil predicted an early spring in the annual Groundhog Day tradition in Punxsutawney, Pa., on Sunday. (Video by PCN via AP)
Trump’s peace proposal has been embraced by most Israelis, rejected by the Palestinian leadership and dismissed as fatally one-sided by many veteran Middle East negotiators. The plan provides for the possibility of a Palestinian state, but one with limited autonomy on about 70 percent of the West Bank with no rights to an army or airport and its capital not in Jerusalem but in a nearby suburb. The other third of the West Bank, containing more than 135 Jewish settlements that most countries consider illegal, would be ceded to Israel. The emotional weight of Trump’s announcement is perhaps being felt most intensely by these side-by-side antagonists, with despair among Palestinians and a surprise sense of validation for settlers. “I’ve been waiting all these years to hear someone say something we know and believe and live every day,” Israeli settler Eliana Passentin told The Post. “I’m full of frustration,” said Shadi al-Hajar, a Palestinian farmer in a nearby village. Read the full story, click the link in our bio.
LeBron James was emotional as he spoke during the Los Angeles Lakerss pregame ceremony to honor the late Kobe Bryant before their game against the Portland Trail Blazers at Staples Center on Friday. (Photo by Harry How/Getty Images)
The Los Angeles Lakers honored the late Kobe Bryant on Friday at their first game back since his death.
The much-anticipated pre-game tribute to late Lakers star Kobe Bryant, which had been kept under wraps all week, opened on Friday with pop star Usher singing “Amazing Grace." The Lakers then aired a video, narrated by Bryant, that traced his entire 20-year career with the Lakers, including footage of his rookie year, championship celebrations, Achilles’ injury and 60-point finale. After a 24.2 second moment of silence for Bryant and the other helicopter crash victims, Lakers forward LeBron James addressed the crowd from center court. James dropped a piece of paper that contained prepared remarks, telling the crowd he planned to speak from the heart. Read more by clicking the link in our bio. (Photo by Kevork Djansezian/Getty Images)
The Los Angeles Lakers put Kobe Bryant jerseys on every seat in the Staples Center ahead of a pregame ceremony to honor the NBA legend prior to the Lakerss first game since his tragic death. (Photos by Harry How/Getty Images)
After 1,317 days, three prime ministers, two blown exit dates, dozens of votes in Parliament and years of negotiation, Britain finally left the European Union on Friday. Brexit will barely be felt by average citizens until the end of an 11-month transition period. But Britain’s departure will profoundly change its relationship with Europe and the rest of the world. Read more by clicking the link in our bio.
Breaking news via @coveringpotus: Six new countries were added to the Trump administrations travel ban Friday — including Nigeria, Africa’s most populous country — in a widely anticipated expansion of the policy that Democrats blasted as “clearly discriminatory” against people from predominantly black and Muslim nations. People from Nigeria, Eritrea, Tanzania, Sudan, Kyrgyzstan and Myanmar will be banned from immigrating to the United States without a visa waiver as of Feb. 22, joining currently banned countries Iran, Libya, Somalia, Syria, Yemen, North Korea and certain government officials from Venezuela. Read more by clicking the link in our bio. (Photo by @jabinbotsford/The Washington Post)
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Speaking to reporters on Friday, Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY) said Republicans who voted against witnesses would "have to answer for it."
Sen. Lisa Murkowski (R-Alaska) announced just as the Senate reconvened that she will be voting not to allow new evidence in President Trump’s impeachment case. Her decision makes it all but certain that a vote on more witnesses and documents would fail. The other closely watched Republican senators had already made their votes known — Susan Collins (Maine) and Mitt Romney (Utah) as “yeses” and Lamar Alexander (Tenn.) a “no.” Read more by clicking the link in our bio.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson spent part of so-called "Brexit Day" on Friday at a manufacturing facility in England, where he sat in a race car.
Sen. Elizabeth Warren’s young golden retriever, Bailey, has become her most popular campaign surrogate in the final days before the Feb. 3 Iowa caucuses. Bailey is so popular in fact, that he has recently had his own photo line at events in Iowa. One of Warren’s sons drove Bailey to Iowa from Boston late last week, a 20-hour trip. Read more by clicking the link in our bio.
Opinion: "We don’t live in that perfect world, and this year’s less-than-diverse Academy Awards nominations once more prove it," author Stephen King writes in an op-ed for The Post. "Maybe someday we will. I can dream, can’t I? After all, I make stuff up for a living." Read his full op-ed by clicking the link in our bio.