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More papers are found by FBI

PRESIDENT JOE BIDEN (White House photo).

Six more classified documents have been turned up in a search of President Joe Biden’s home by the FBI.

According to the Associated Press, agents also took some of the presidents’ notes. The papers taken appear to have been from Biden’s time as a senator and vice president rather than his time in the White House.

The president and First Lady were not at home during the search, said lawyers representing the President.

Wait a bit, U.S. tells Ukrainians


Hold off on launching a major push against Russian invaders is the advice that senior U.S. military officials are giving Ukraine, at least until the latest bunch of weapons and training from America arrive and are in place.

According to, the U.S. is sending Bradley armed fighting vehicles and Patriot air defense systems, among other assistance. The latest weapons package is worth $2.5 billion.

Also in the news … Former astronaut Buzz Aldrin, the second person to walk on the surface of the moon, has married at the age of 93. “We are excited as teenagers he said,” in reference to his marriage to Anca Faur, his fourth wife.

Sports: Chiefs outlast Jags; Eagles top Giants

An ankle injury to quarterback Patrick Mahomes wasn’t enough to keep the Kansas City Chiefs from defeating the Jacksonville Jaguars 27-20 in an American Football Conference divisional playoff game Saturday in Kansas City.

With Mahomes on the sidelines for a while, backup quarterback Chad Henne led the team on a scoring drive, completing five of seven passes for 23 yards and a score.

Mahomes, who returned for the next drive, finished with 230 yards passing and two TDs. He completed 22 of 30 passes.

For the Jags, Trevor Lawrence completed 24 of 39 passes for 217 yards and a touchdown.

Also on Saturday,  the  Philadelphia Eagles defeated the New York Giants 38-7 in a National Football Conference divisional game. Jalen Hurts passed for 154 yards and two TDs; he rushed for 34 yards and a touchdown.

Weather: Some clouds, lots of sun

The forecast for Sunday in the West Orange County area is for partly cloudy skies, but the sun won’t be far behind. Sunday’s daytime high should be 62 with an overnight low of 43. But on Monday – extending to Friday – skies should be sunny with daytime highs in the mid-60s to low 70s. If you miss the clouds, they are expected to return on Saturday, Jan. 28.

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