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  1. The top U.S. military commander in the Middle East told reporters Saturday while touring five military bases in Syria, that the U.S. remains committed to its mission and will “be here for a while.”
  2. Rescue crews in Turkey worked through Sunday to pull more survivors from collapsed buildings in the country’s east where a magnitude 6.8 earthquake struck Friday, claiming at least 38 lives.
  3. Two people were killed and at least four were wounded early Sunday in a shooting at a bar in South Carolina, officials said.
  4. Steve Hilton responded to the Democrats' opening arguments in the Senate impeachment trial against President Trump Sunday after Trump's legal team announced Saturday that they would not use all the time allotted to them to present their case in his defense.
  5. Tyler, the Creator and DJ Khaled issued their sincerest of respects to NBA legend Kobe Bryant, his daughter Gianna, as well as slain rapper Nipsey Hussle, backstage at the 2020 Grammys following the artists' respective wins on Sunday.
  6. Amanda Chase, a Republican Virginia state senator, reacted on Sunday to the fact that Democrats in the Virginia House are advancing a package of gun-control measures less than a week after tens of thousands of pro-gun advocates from around the country rallied at the state Capitol saying, “there’s an all-out war on our constitution.”
  7. Attorney Michael Winkleman, representing the Indiana family suing Royal Caribbean over the death of toddler Chloe Wiegand who fell from an open ship window in July, said on “Fox & Friends Weekend” on Sunday that the cruise line is pushing a “false narrative.”
  8. Selena Gomez got incredibly candid about the whirlwind of emotions she experienced as Justin Bieber’s girlfriend.
  9. Officials in Los Angeles said late Sunday that dense fog in Southern California likely played a role in the deadly crash in Calabasas that claimed the lives of nine people, including NBA great  Kobe Bryant and his teenage daughter.
  10. Late rapper Nipsey Hussle was honored at the 2020 Grammy Awards with a star-studded tribute performance just hours after winning his first Grammy posthumously.