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  1. The cause of the crash is under investigation. Witnesses reported hearing the helicopter's engine sputtering before it went down. It is unclear where the chopper departed from or where it was headed.
  2. Kobe Bryant was killed in a helicopter crash in Calabasas, California, on Sunday morning. The 41-year-old former Los Angeles Lakers basketball star's death was confirmed by TMZ. The outlet reported that Bryant was traveling with four other people in his private helicopter when it crashed, killing everyone on board. Officials with the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department responded to reports of the crash near Las Virgenes Rd and Willow Glen St in Calabasas at around 10am after a fire broke out.
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  4. Kobe Bryant, the legendary basketball star who spent 20 years with the Los Angeles Lakers, was killed Sunday when the helicopter he was traveling in crashed and burst into flames Sunday morning amid foggy conditions in the hills above Calabasas, sources told the L.A. Times. The crash occurred shortly before 10 a.m. near Las Virgenes Road, south of Agoura Road, according to a watch commander for the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department. The crash ignited a brush fire and made it difficult for firefighters and emergency personnel to get to the aircraft, he said. Sources at the scene said they believed there were multiple fatalities, but the exact number was unclear. The fire was contained to the crash site, officials said. There were no homes in the area, and no roadways were impacted. The Sikorsky S-76 helicopter had five people on board and there appear to be no survivors. Allen Kenitzer, an FAA spokesman, said his agency and the National Transportation Safety Board are investigating.
  5. Hillary Clinton said in an interview over the weekend that Mark Zuckerman’s embrace of misinformation on his Facebook platform was “authoritarian.” Clinton also told The Atlantic that there’s a good reason to believe Zuckerberg’s Facebook is “not just going to reelect Trump, but intend to reelect Trump.” The magazine reported interviewing Clinton at an event Saturday at the Sundance Film Festival hosted by its owner. Clinton was quoted as being horrified and alarmed by what she views as Zuckerberg’s unwillingness to battle the spread of disinformation and propaganda on Facebook. Hillary Clinton called Mark Zuckerman "authoritarian” in views on misinformation. (Reuters) The former secretary of state pointed to a slowed-down video of House Speaker Nancy Pelosi that went viral, according to the magazine. The video made it appear Pelosi was slurring her words and was designed to make it appear she was cognitively impaired. “Google took it off YouTube … so I contacted Facebook,” Clinton told the Atlantic. “I said, ‘Why are you guys keeping this up? This is blatantly false. Your competitors have taken it down.’ And their response was, ‘We think our users can make up their own minds.’” The Atlantic then reported asking Clinton whether she saw as Trumpian Zuckerberg’s reasoning that Facebook users can decide for themselves what to believe. Clinton said in response, “It’s Trumpian. It’s authoritarian.” A Facebook spokesman told Fox News on Sunday it had no comment on Clinton’s remarks. The spokesman pointed to an October speech at Georgetown University in which Zuckerberg spoke about the importance of protecting free expression. In her interview with the Atlantic, Clinton said allusions to Zuckerberg as a world leader were fitting. “I feel like you’re negotiating with a foreign power sometimes,” she said of her conversations with Facebook top executives. “He’s immensely powerful,” she told me. “This is a global company that has huge influence in ways that we’re only beginning to understand.” About 2020, Clinton was quoted as saying Facebook is “not just going to reelect Trump, but intend to reelect Trump.” That unnerves her, the magazine reported. Zuckerberg has been “somehow persuaded,” she told the magazine, “that it’s to his and Facebook’s advantage not to cross Trump. That’s what I believe. And it just gives me a pit in my stomach.”
  6. Former Acting Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) Director Tom Homan said Sunday that U.S. Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez made “dangerous” and “idiotic” statements regarding ICE and U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) at a campaign rally for 2020 Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders in Iowa. “She's disgusting,” Homan said on “Fox & Friends Weekend” on Sunday morning, reacting to Ocasio-Cortez’s comments the night before. START VIDEO AT 3:28 On Saturday, with Sanders, I-Vt., tied up in Washington at President Trump's Senate impeachment trial, Ocasio-Cortez addressed his supporters in Ames, Iowa, calling for the abolition of ICE and CBP. The New York Democrat also urged Sanders' supporters to start "tipping people off" if they see federal immigration authorities taking action against illegal immigrants in their communities. “Organizing is about tipping people off if you start to see that ICE and CBP are in communities to try and keep people safe,” Ocasio-Cortez, D-N.Y., said in Iowa on Saturday. “I'm to not here to reform some of these systems when we talk about immigration. I'm here because Sen. Sanders has actually committed to breaking up ICE and CBP. That's why I'm here.” “I’m disgusted,” Homan said reacting to her statements. “She says you want to tip off the community to keep the community safe, that's what ICE is doing.” Homan then brought up statistics from 2018, pointing out that most of the illegal immigrants ICE agents arrested last year had criminal histories, which include homicide, rape or assault. According to the ICE Enforcement and Removal Operations Report for fiscal year 2018, 138,117 aliens with criminal histories, which include convicted criminal and pending criminal charges, were arrested. “ICE Is keeping the community safe,” Homan said. “She [Ocasio-Cortez] stands up on stage -- first of all, it's an incredibly stupid statement she made, which doesn't surprise me, because she’s about as far from smart as anybody could possibly be, but what she said is dangerous.” “These men and women put their lives on the line every day to arrest criminals off the streets, especially in New York,” he continued. “My last year as ICE director, we took 5,000 criminals off the streets of New York. These ICE agents [have done] more to protect the residents of New York than she ever has done or ever will do.” He then went on to say her comments on Saturday night were “dangerous” and “idiotic,” adding that he “can't believe she can stand up on stage and make a statement like that and not have any repercussions from the House Ethics Committee.” “I mean, they're trying to remove the president of the United States, a sitting president, at the same time she's saying ICE shouldn’t remove criminal aliens,” Homan said. “They are saying the president is obstructing them. There's nobody been obstructing more than Congress. They've been obstructing this president from Day One.” He went on to say, “Standing on stage and telling people to give a heads up that the good guys are going to be arresting the bad guys, ICE is in your neighborhood, go run and hide. That's obstruction. That's a crime and she’s standing on stage doing that. She's disgusting. Something needs to be done about it.” When asked why he thinks ICE had become a targets for Democrats Homan answered, “Because they're enforcing the law.” “President Trump, who in my opinion is the greatest president I ever worked for, he believes law enforcement should enforce the law. He believes you don't reward law breakers, you reward them with a set of handcuffs. That’s the way it’s supposed to be,” Homan said. “So they're vilifying the men and women of ICE for simply doing their jobs, to run toward danger when everybody else is running away from danger.” He went on to say, “AOC wouldn’t have the backbone to do the job they do. She doesn't like what they do? Then change the law, but stop vilifying the men and women of ICE.” “I buried ICE agents, I buried border patrol agents,” he continued. “Maybe she ought to see what it's like to try to console a wife or a child of a fallen officer?” Homan added, “It’s disgusting what she said.”
  7. The third case of coronavirus in the U.S. was confirmed in Southern California on Saturday, according to the Orange County Health Care Agency's Communicable Disease Control Division. The patient had recently returned from Wuhan, China – epicenter of the outbreak that is believed to have killed at least 56 people -- and was in a hospital in good condition by Saturday evening, the agency said in a statement. Officials didn't provide details about the infected patient but said there's no evidence anyone else in Orange County was exposed to the highly contagious virus. The California case comes after two others reported in the Seattle and Chicago areas last week. Both of those patients were reportedly still in isolation. Canada, Australia and Malaysia also reported their first cases Saturday. The novel virus has also sickened nearly 2,000 people. Most coronaviruses cause only mild symptoms, similar to those of the common cold. Other strains, such as Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS) and Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS), can cause pneumonia and death. The California case was initially confirmed by the Saturday by the federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, which contacted Orange County officials. There is no vaccine to protect against the virus, although the National Institutes of Health confirmed to Fox News that they were in the “early stages” of developing one, and officials were hoping a lockdown placed on 13 cities in China and elsewhere would help contain the virus from spreading further.
  8. Psychics told a Kentucky sheriff they had a premonition he would find a missing teen safe -- and they were proven right. Franklin County Sheriff Chris Quire asked mediums to help him find 17-year-old Haylee Martin who was reported missing from Frankfort on Jan. 13, a day after disappearing. She was found Friday in another jurisdiction, Scott County, after police there responded to a burglary call and found her and a friend trying to break in to a house belonging to the friend's boyfriend, the Frankfort State-Journal reported. Quire told the paper that he met a group of local psychics on Thursday evening at Haylee's house where she was last seen. The paper reported that the sheriff was at first skeptical but said he “did not want to leave any stone unturned.” “It’s hard to believe, but most [of the psychics] agreed that we would find Haylee in a neighboring county by morning,” he said. “And we did.” The girl disappeared after breaking up with a boyfriend, according to deputies. Quire said two of three adults may face charges for helping Haylee avoid being found, the paper reported.
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  10. A BRAVE surgeon who treated coronavirus patients has become the 41st victim of the outbreak - with 56 million people now on lockdown. Dr Liang Wudong, 62, passed away today after becoming struck down with the deadly virus on January 16. 20 Dr Liang Wudong is the 41st victim of the disease 20 The surgeon had treated patients at the Hubei Provincial Hospital of Integrated Chinese and Western Medicine before being transferred to the Jinyintan Hospital two days later. Dr Wudong, who retired from the profession last June, had complained of feeling flustered with a tight chest when he was put in quarantine. The medic had a history of heart disease and coronary heart disease and had been working at the front line of the coronavirus outbreak in Wuhan city. Wuhan is the city where cases of coronavirus were first reported before the outbreak spread across the world. Dr Wudong is the 41st person to die from the disease with more than 1,200 cases reported in China alone. Vietnam, Singapore, Saudi Arabia and Hong Kong all now have confirmed cases — alongside the US, China, Japan, South Korea, Taiwan and Thailand. France yesterday confirmed three cases and Australia one - with all patients returning from Wuhan. So far, 14 people in the UK have been tested for coronavirus, with five given the all-clear and nine still awaiting results. But experts have now warned Britain is on the brink of an epidemic - with more than 30 people tested for the killer illness. Professor Neil Ferguson, an expert at Imperial College London, said the new strain is currently "as deadly as the Spanish flu epidemic". The 1918 outbreak is the most severe pandemic in recent history, wiping out an estimated 50 million people across the world. 20 This footage allegedly shows a dead body underneath a white sheet in hospital in Wuhan, ChinaCredit: Weibo 20 The video was widely shared on Weibo and was reportedly uploaded by a nurse from inside the hospitalCredit: Weibo 20 Footage shows staff wearing full-body protective clothing as residents wait to be seen by doctors and nursesCredit: Weibo 20 More distressing footage shows over-crowded hallways in a hospitalCredit: Weibo There are now 56milllion residents in 18 cities placed on lockdown across China as the country desperately grapples with the spread of the virus. Public transport has been suspended in ten cities, shutting temples and even closing the Forbidden City and part of the Great Wall. The risks also persuaded Shanghai Disneyland theme park to close from Saturday until further notice. Officials have restricted travel in virus epicentre Wuhan, which is home to 11million, as well as neighbouring Huanggang, Ezhou and Lichuan. Hospitals warned they could not cope with the number of patients turning up with symptoms. Distressing footage appears to show corpses blocking hospital corridors amid chaotic scenes in Wuhan hospital. 20 Emergency services wearing masks and protective clothing tend to an individual who appeared to collapse on the streetCredit: Instagram 20 Medical staff help an individual who has collapsed on the floor 20 One man in Wuhan reportedly lies dead in the street with his head cracked open 20 The deadly bug started in Wuhan and has spread worldwide The Hubei province city has been dubbed “zombieland” after chilling pictures and video emerged of people collapsed on the street. In one disturbing clip, a man can be seen lying unresponsive on the ground while medics wearing hazmat suits and gas masks attempt to help him. Another horrifying picture shows a man reportedly dead on the ground with blood pouring from his head. A new report produced by Lancaster University in England, the University of Florida and the University of Glasgow says only five per cent of all the coronavirus cases are being diagnosed. Where did coronavirus start? From bats to snakes - the theories on deadly virus' origins The killer coronavirus was spread from bats to snakes to humans, experts have claimed. An outbreak of the virus is understood to have started at an open air fish market in the Chinese city of Wuhan - which has since been put in lockdownafter 25 people died and more than 600 people were infected globally. A new study published in the China Science Bulletin this week claimed that the new coronavirus shared a strain of virus found in bats. Previous deadly outbreaks of SARS and Ebola were also believed to have originated in the flying mammal. Experts had thought the new virus wasn't capable of causing an epidemic as serious as those outbreaks because its genes were different. But this latest research appeared to prove otherwise - as scientists scrabble to produce a vaccine. In a statement, the researchers said: “The Wuhan coronavirus’ natural host could be bats … but between bats and humans there may be an unknown intermediate." Meanwhile, scientists at Peking University also claim that the deadly virus was passed to humans from bats - but say it was through a mutation in snakes. The researchers said that the new strain is made up of a combination of one that affects bats and another unknown coronavirus. They believe that combined genetic material from both bats and this unknown strain picked up a protein that allows viruses bind to certain host cells - including those of humans. After analysing the genes of the strains the team found that snakes were susceptible to the most similar version of the coronavirus. It meant that they likely provided a "reservoir" for the viral strain to grow stronger and replicate. Snakes are sold at the Huanan Seafood Market in central Wuhan and may have jumped to other animals before passing to humans, they claim. But a senior researcher at the Wuhan Institute of Virology, who asked not to be named, said the findings should be treated with caution. He told the South China Morning Post: “It is based on calculation by a computer model. “Whether it will match what happens in real life is inconclusive. “The binding protein is important, but it is just one of the many things under investigation. There may be other proteins involved.” The expert believes that the new strain was an RNA virus, meaning that its mutation speed was 100 times faster than that of a DNA virus such as smallpox. And the bleak prediction reveals by February 4, the number of infected people in Wuhan could hit 351,396. Preliminary research suggested the coronavirus was passed on to humans from snakes at Wuhan’s seafood market. The Huanan Seafood market, which sold live koalas, snakes, rats and wolf pup to locals to eat, has since been shut down while an investigation is carried out. Scientists in China yesterday claimed that the deadly strain shares a common ancestor with a virus found only in fruit bats. Since then footage and images have been circulated purporting to show people eating the Chinese delicacy. Bat soup is reported to be an unusual but popular dish particularly in Wuhan. 20 A sea of people crowd a hospital corridor as they wait to get medical treatment 20 People stand in line on the street waiting to go inside the hospital to see a doctor 20 Patients queue up to seek treatment in Wuhan Tongji Hospital Fever Clinic in Wuhan, the epicentre of the outbreakCredit: EPA 20 Patients queue up in Wuhan for treatment as China grapples to contain the coronavirus outbreakCredit: EPA 20 Supermarket shelves in capital Beijing, which has also scrapped its New Year public gatherings, lie empty amid the crisisCredit: Alamy Live News 20 Supermarket shelves in Wuhan are bare as residents scramble to stockpile goodsCredit: Getty Images - Getty 20 Wuhan residents buying goods in the supermarket as the city was put on lockdownCredit: Getty Images - Getty 20 A Wuhan resident wears a mask while buying vegetablesCredit: Getty Images - Getty 20 A staff member disinfects the Hankou Railway Station in Wuhan on Wednesday morningCredit: AFP or licensors 20 A patient with suspected coronavirus at the Prince of Wales Hospital in Hong Kong. Many of the victims have travelled from the epicentre Wuhan
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  12. Wuhan (China) (AFP) - President Xi Jinping warned Saturday that China faced a "grave situation" as authorities raced to contain a virus that has killed 41 people and caused a drastic scale-back of Lunar New Year celebrations. The world's most populous country, which is scrambling to contain the disease that has infected nearly 1,300 people and overwhelmed health facilities, is building a second field hospital and closing more travel routes. After more countries reported cases, Xi said at a Communist Party leadership meeting on the disease that China was "faced with the grave situation of an accelerating spread of the new coronavirus" but that the country will "definitely be able to win the battle," according to state media. Meanwhile China's most important celebration has been all but cancelled for at least 56 million people as authorities expanded travel bans across central Hubei province to try and contain the spread of the virus. In Wuhan, the epicentre of the emergency, 450 military medics were deployed to help treat patients in Hubei's capital city, where a seafood and live animal market has been identified as the centre of the outbreak. On Saturday, when they should have been celebrating the New Year, people waiting at one hospital in the city were angry and frustrated. "It takes at least five hours to see a doctor," one woman, who didn't want to be named, told AFP. One man in his 30s said some people had to queue for two days. Many people had brought their own chairs for the wait. Wuhan authorities will race to build the second makeshift hospital within a fortnight, state media reported, adding 1,300 new beds. They already started work Friday on the first new field hospital, which could be ready in just over a week. The two hospitals would be similar in size to the temporary facility that was built to tackle SARS in Beijing in 2003, when 650 people died from the disease in the mainland and Hong Kong. The city also plans to transform 24 general hospitals for temporary use to cope with the increasing number of patients, state media reported. Army medics, who arrived on military aircraft late Friday, include doctors with experience combating SARS or Ebola who will be dispatched to hospitals that are reportedly short on beds due to a crush of infected patients and worried locals. The virus has caused global concern because of its similarity to SARS (Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome). The new virus has now infected people nationwide and in nearly a dozen other countries. - 'Nobody can leave' - On the eastern outskirts of Wuhan, police manning a roadblock turned away a handful of vehicles trying to exit the city. "Nobody can leave," an officer told AFP. But the police allowed some medical workers who had gone home for the holidays to re-enter the city to help at crowded hospitals. Trapped residents were stocking up on masks, gloves and disinfectant while car traffic will be severely restricted from Sunday. The city has a shortage of medical supplies including goggles and masks, according to the official Xinhua news agency, which added that the government has shipped 14,000 protective suits and 110,000 pairs of gloves to Wuhan. Foreign citizens were set to be evacuated from Wuhan within the next few days. US coffee chain Starbucks said it would shut all its stores in Hubei during the Lunar New Year festival for "health safety". The government says most cases have been in Hubei and most of the deaths involved people who already suffered pre-existing health conditions. Underscoring fears that the virus could spread further, overseas Chinese tour groups will be suspended from Monday while domestic trips have already been halted. Beijing will suspend long-distance bus service entering and leaving the capital of 20 million people from Sunday due to "requirements of epidemic prevention and control," the official People's Daily newspaper reported. The National Health Commission also ordered nationwide measures to detect and isolate people carrying the virus on planes, trains and buses across the country. Xinhua said Saturday that temperature screening checkpoints have been set up in 387 railway stations across the country. Meanwhile, tourists from Hubei in Haikou, capital of the island province of Hainan, were told by the city government they had to spend 14 days in a hotel for centralised medical observation, and were forbidden to leave. - Hong Kong schools close - Beijing's Forbidden City, Shanghai Disneyland and a section of the Great Wall are among many attractions that have closed as a precaution. China's box-office film earnings for Lunar New Year's Eve on Friday were just one-tenth of last year's as people shunned crowds. Xi chaired a Communist Party leadership meeting which urged regional governments to make "the safety of the masses' lives and their physical health a top priority", state media said. Xinhua said the Standing Committee agreed to set up a working group that would visit Hubei. In Hong Kong, where five people have tested positive for the virus so far, city leader Carrie Lam declared the situation an "emergency" and schools, currently on holiday, will remain closed until February 17. The World Health Organization on Thursday stopped short of declaring a global emergency, which would have prompted greater international cooperation, including possible trade and travel restrictions.
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  14. Canada announced its first case of the Coronavirus on Saturday, adding to an outbreak that has already claimed the lives of 56 people and sickened at least 1,975 others since it originated in the Chinese city of Wuhan. The majority of the infections and all the deaths have been relegated to China's mainland thus far, but a new case has sprung up in Canada, according to The Associated Press. Canada's first case was reportedly discovered in Toronto on Saturday. Officials said the patient is a man in his 50s who recently traveled from Wuhan to Guangzhou, China, and then to Toronto on Thursday. This map shows confirmed cases of the virus around the world, including the two in the U.S. -- Chicago and Seattle, respectively. Australia and Malaysia also reported their first cases on Saturday -- four each -- while Japan added its third. The first signs of the virus to appear in Europe occurred in France, which confirmed three cases on Friday, The Associated Press reported. Most coronaviruses cause only mild symptoms, similar to that of the common cold. Other strains, such as Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS) and Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS), can cause pneumonia and death. Passengers wear masks to prevent an outbreak of a new coronavirus in a subway station, in Hong Kong, Wednesday, Jan. 22, 2020. The first case of coronavirus in Macao was confirmed on Wednesday, according to state broadcaster CCTV. The infected person, a 52-year-old woman, was a traveller from Wuhan. (AP Photo/Kin Cheung) The coronavirus, or 2019-nCoV, began at an animal and seafood market in Wuhan and has spread to several other countries. The illness is said to be transferable between humans. Symptoms of the virus include fever, cough and shortness of breath. There aren't many preemptive steps that can be taken to avoid infection, other than practicing basic sanitary measures on a regular basis. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommends washing your hands regularly and avoiding contact with other sick people who are recovering from an illness. It also suggests avoiding touching your eyes and face, along with keeping objects and surfaces in your home or workspace clean and disinfected. There is no vaccine to protect against the virus, although the National Institutes of Health had confirmed to Fox News that they were in the “early stages” of developing one, and officials are hoping a lockdown placed on 13 cities will help contain the virus from spreading further. China's leaders have made major efforts to contain the spread of the virus, including the immediate construction of a 1,000-bed hospital to accommodate the growing number of patients. The hospital will be constructed out of prefabricated buildings to accelerate the timetable, according to state media.
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