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Police: 2 dead, 5 injured after shooting in San Antonio club

SAN ANTONIO (AP) — Texas authorities says a manhunt is underway after two people were killed and five others were injured following a shooting during a concert inside a San Antonio club. Police say officers were called shortly after 8 p.m. Sunday to the Ventura, a music venue located along San Antonio's Museum Reach portion of the River Walk. San Antonio Police Chief William McManus tells KENS-TV that an argument led to the shooting of several patrons. One victim died at the scene, and another six were transported to a hospital, where one was pronounced dead shortly after arrival.

AP-US-SAG-AWARDS

'Parasite' wins at SAG Awards, so do Pitt and Aniston

“Parasite” has officially infected this year’s award season. Bong Joon Ho’s Korean film became the first foreign language film to take top honors from the Screen Actors Guild on Sunday, setting itself up as a legitimate best picture contender to the front-runner “1917” at next month’s Academy Awards. Brad Pitt and Jennifer Aniston both took home awards at the 26th Screen Actors Guild on Sunday. Pitt, who is headed toward his first acting Academy Award for his performance in “Once Upon a Time ... in Hollywood,” won for best supporting performance by a male actor. Shortly later, Aniston won best actress in a drama series for the Apple TV Plus show “The Morning Show.”

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Iran backtracks on plan to send flight recorders to Ukraine

TEHRAN, Iran (AP) — The Iranian official leading the investigation into the accidental shootdown of a Ukrainian jetliner appeared to backtrack on plans to send the flight recorders abroad for analysis. The official was quoted Sunday by state-run media as saying no decision has been taken to send the black boxes out of the country. That comes a day after he was quoted as saying they would be sent to Ukraine. Iran may be hesitant to turn over the recorders for fear that more details from the crash will come to light. Iran's air defenses downed the plane shortly after it took off from Tehran, killing all 176 people on board.

TRUMP-INTELLIGENCE

Schiff accuses NSA, CIA of withholding documents on Ukraine

WASHINGTON (AP) — The chairman of the House Intelligence Committee is accusing U.S. intelligence agencies of withholding documents from Congress on Ukraine that could be significant to President Donald Trump’s impeachment trial. Democratic Rep. Adam Schiff is the lead House impeachment manager. He contends that the National Security Agency in particular is holding back documents and that “there are signs” the CIA might be as well. In response, a spokeswoman for the intelligence community said it is working to respond to the committee's requests. Democrats are seeking to focus on new evidence about Trump's effort to pressure Ukraine to investigate his political rivals and are pushing the Senate to consider new documents and testimony.

TRUMP

Trump thanks farmers for backing him through China trade war

AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — President Donald Trump took a victory lap as he addressed farmers about a pair of new U.S. trade agreements with its North American neighbors and with China. When Trump spoke to the American Farm Bureau Federation's convention last year, he urged farmers to have his back. They'd been suffering financially in the fallout from his China trade war. Trump's follow-up speech Sunday in Austin, Texas, gave him a chance to make the case that he kept two of his trade promises. Trump signed a preliminary trade deal with China last week. He's expected to sign the North American trade agreement soon. Trump told the convention: “We did it.”

BRITAIN-ROYAL RIFT

Well-wishers greet UK queen after Harry, Meghan announcement

SANDRINGHAM, England (AP) — Queen Elizabeth II and her son Prince Andrew went to church near her palatial rural home in eastern England after a major announcement on the future of Prince Harry and his wife Meghan. Buckingham Palace said Saturday night Harry and Meghan will stop using their most prestigious royal titles and will stop receiving public funding. The couple plans to cease royal duties in favor of a more private life. They are planning to spend much of their time in Canada. The queen was smiling as she entered the church Sunday with fans gathered outside. She said in a statement the night before that Harry, Meghan and their infant son Archie will always be much loved members of the family.

BRITAIN-ROYAL RIFT-HARRY

Prince Harry: 'No other option' but to cut royal ties

LONDON (AP) — Prince Harry says he felt “great sadness” but found “no other option” than to cut almost all of his and his wife Meghan’s royal ties in the hopes of achieving a more peaceful life. The comments at a charity dinner Sunday were Harry’s first public remarks since his split from the royal family was announced. Harry said he did not make the decision lightly and praised his grandmother, Queen Elizabeth II, and the rest of his family for supporting him and his wife in recent months. He calls the decision “a leap of faith” but says he hopes it will allow him and his family to achieve a “more peaceful life.”

AMERICA-CENSUS BEGINS

On the edge of America, census begins in a tiny Alaska town

TOKSOOK BAY, Alaska (AP) — The 2020 census in the U.S. will begin this week in a tiny community in Alaska. It has started in rural Alaska ever since the U.S. purchased the territory from Russia in 1867. This year, the first people will be counted in Toksook Bay, a city of 661 on the Bering Sea. Once the spring thaw hits, the town empties as many residents leave to hunt and fish. The mail service is spotty and the internet connectivity unreliable, which makes door-to-door surveying important. For those reasons, they have to start early here.

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Homes burn after shooter kills 2 Honolulu officers

HONOLULU (AP) — Hawaii's governor says two police officers have died after a shooting in Honolulu on Sunday. Authorities say a man shot and killed Officers Tiffany Enriquez and Kaulike Kalama Sunday as they responded to a home in a leafy neighborhood beneath the rim of a famed volcanic crater near Waikiki Beach. Court records say the homeowner, Lois Cain, had recently sought to have a man evicted. Authorities say they suspect the shooter was inside a home when it burned. The flames had that spread to nearby homes before the fire was extinguished. Honolulu fire said five homes were “complete losses.” The neighborhood is in an area that would be packed with tourists and locals, especially on a weekend.

MISSISSIPPI-PRISON DEATH

Coroner: Inmate dies, found hanging at a Mississippi prison

PARCHMAN, Miss. (AP) — A coroner says an inmate has died after being found hanging at the Mississippi State Penitentiary at Parchman, which was a focus of recent deadly unrest. Coroner Heather Burton said in a statement Sunday that Gabriel Carmen was found hanging the previous evening by officers, who reported the inmate had been irate and throwing feces earlier. The Sunflower County coroner's statement said the inmate was last seen during a Saturday evening security check. Between Dec. 29 and Jan. 3, five inmates were killed and an undisclosed number of others were injured in violence inside the prisons that has posed a challenge to authorities.

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