MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) – From Donald Trump delaying his trip to Israel to Playboy releasing its final nude issue, here’s a look at the top four stories from Dec. 11, 2015.
Thursday night’s game against the Arizona Cardinals was closer than most experts expected.
Minnesota’s offense came out firing on all cylinders. An 80 yard drive setting up Adrian Peterson’s 100th career touchdown, but Carson Palmer retook the lead with a 65 yard touchdown pass.
The game was tied at halftime.
The Vikings wasted the opening drive in the third quarter when Adrian Peterson fumbled.
Minnesota managed to come back from a 10 point 4th quarter deficit, but down three points with 13 seconds left Bridgewater was sacked and lost the ball.
Cardinals won 23 to 20.
Donald Trump said he’s postponing a trip to Israel.
Trump tweeted Thursday that he would meet with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu after he becomes president. His decision comes shortly after Netanyahu condemned his proposal to ban U.S. travel for all Muslims.
An Israeli government official said Trump had planned on meeting Netanyahu on December 28.
His comments on Muslims have sparked worldwide condemnation.
The first group of Syrian refugees has arrived in Canada.
A military flight carrying 163 refugees arrived in Toronto Thursday night. The newly elected Liberal government is pushing forward with its pledge to resettle 25,000 Syrian refugees by the end of February.
Canada’s welcoming stands in stark contrast to the U.S.
Playboy is rolling out its last nude issue with legendary playmate Pamela Anderson on the cover.
The magazine announced in October that, as part of an editorial redesign, it will no longer publish images of fully nude women as Internet pornography is free.
The Playboy cover is Anderson’s 14th and her 15th pictorial for the magazine.