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    (CNN)Atlanta Braves starting pitcher Charlie Morton will miss the rest of the World Series after leaving Game 1 with a fractured bone in his leg, according to his team.Morton left the game in the bottom of the third inning after throwing 44 pitches. The Braves were leading 5-0 when Morton struck out Astros leadoff hitter Jose Altuve with a curve. On his delivery, Morton almost went to the ground and came up with a limp."RHP Charlie Morton underwent X-rays tonight that revealed a right fibula fracture," the Braves tweeted. World Series game 1: Braves vs AstrosAccording to MLB.com, the damage was done in the second inning when Morton was hit in the outside right calf by a 102.4 mph batted ball from Yuli Gurriel.The fibula is a bone in the lower leg on the outside of the tibia.Read More"The fibula is much smaller and thinner than the tibia. It is located just behind the tibial head at the knee joint and then runs down the lateral aspect of the leg until it reaches the ankle joint," the National Institutes of...
    Royal weddings are always an occasion for pomp and ceremony. But the nuptials between Prince Philippos of Greece and billionaire's daughter Nina Flohr this weekend are tipped to be particularly lavish, even by royal standards.   Philippos, 35, godson of Princess Diana and the Duke of Edinburgh, will exchange vows with Nina, daughter of Swiss businessman Thomas Flohr, on Saturday at the Metropolitan Cathedral of Athens, according to Hola!. It will be the third wedding for the couple, who first wed last December in a small civil ceremony in St Moritz, Switzerland, followed by a high society springtime celebration in Cambridgeshire.  While both were intimate affairs - indeed there were just the two fathers as witnesses at the first - this third wedding has all the makings of a full-blown extravaganza. Philippos, 35, godson of Princess Diana and the Duke of Edinburgh, will exchange vows with Nina, daughter of Swiss businessman Thomas Flohr, on Saturday at the Metropolitan Cathedral of Athens. The couple's first wedding took place in December 2020 in St Moritz, pictured ...
    A Houston Dynamo fan picked an awkward time to propose to his partner during their MLS clash against LA Galaxy after being forced to watch his side concede. In what would likely have been the best moment of his life, the supporter was filmed getting engaged to his girlfriend, before disaster struck just seconds later. The hilarious footage of the moment quickly panned across to the action on the field, with Kevin Cabral firing coolly into the corner to spark mixed emotions. A Houston Dynamo fan picked an awkward time to propose to his partner in their MLS clash this really happened during kevin cabral's goal ???? pic.twitter.com/5kjZIhAYx5— LA Galaxy (@LAGalaxy) October 21, 2021 RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next 'It was a one-off': Phil Neville apologises for accusing MLS... Chaos in San Jose: The shocking moment a fan invades the... Ex-Manchester United star Jaap Stam is sacked as manager of... He can't bend it like Beckham! Fans are left less than... Share this article Share At the start of the...
    Prince Alexander of Schaumburg-Lippe and his third wife, Persian pianist Mahkameh Navabi have celebrated one year on from their scaled-down civil ceremony by having a larger-scale wedding at the Bückeburger Stadtkirche in Germany. The royal, 62, and his third wife Mahkameh Navabi, 40, tied the knot amid the pandemic in September 2020 in a small civil ceremony at Bückeburg Palace - the family home for 700 years.  Among the royal guests included Alexander’s ex-wife, Princess Marie-Louise of Sayn-Wittgenstein-Berleburg, as well as his 27-year-old son, Prince Heinrich Donatus of Schaumburg-Lippe.  However, the pair, who had been together for five years and got engaged in January 2020, decided to celebrate with a larger-scale wedding on Saturday, which took place at the Bückeburger Stadtkirche in Germany.  Prince Alexander of Schaumburg-Lippe, 62 and his third wife, Persian pianist Mahkameh Navabi, 40, have celebrated one year on from their scaled-down civil ceremony by having a larger-scale wedding at the Bückeburger Stadtkirche in Germany Mahkameh looked every inch the blushing bride in a couture gown by Azzi and Osta and dazzled in the family Schaumburg-Lippe Palmette Tiara....
    Tyson Fury has revealed he nearly broke his ankle after knocking Deontay Wilder down in the third round of their scintillating trilogy bout in Las Vegas.  The Gypsy King retained his WBC title with a stunning stoppage, flooring the American on three occasions before finally ending the contest with an emphatic blow in the 11th round.  Fury himself hit the canvas on two occasions, both in the fourth round, but once again showed his miraculous powers of recovery to regain his composure and ultimately dominate his way to victory.   Tyson Fury has revealed he nearly broke his ankle after knocking Deontay Wilder to the canvas Fury claimed a stunning 11th-round stoppage win to retain his WBC heavyweight title RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next 'He's a sore loser, an idiot. He couldn't show guts or... Tyson Fury vs Deontay Wilder III: Gypsy King WINS thriller... Tyson Fury praises coach SugarHill Steward for pushing him... 'Walking in Vegas!': Tyson Fury serenades fans to rendition... Share this article Share It could have been...
    Jose Altuve had an epic slide into home plate for the Houston Astros in Game 1 of the ALDS. The Houston Astros and the Chicago White Sox are battling in Game 1 of the ALDS at Minute Maid Park, except right now it’s not much of a battle. The game is unraveling quickly for the White Sox, while everything is going right for the Astros. Houston’s second baseman Jose Altuve had an incredible slide into home plate that resulted in him completely avoiding Chicago’s catcher Yasmani Grandal. It’s the MLB postseason, but it feels like Altuve just incorporated gymnastics into October baseball.Jose Altuve had one of the best slides into home for the Houston AstrosDon’t start making plans for the AL Championship Series just yet, Astros fans. If Jose’s slide is an indication for how the five-game series will go, though, it’s looking pretty good. This José Altuve slide ????????@MLB | #ForTheH pic.twitter.com/VkVIvOBJUI — FanSided (@FanSided) October 7, 2021 Houston’s Alex Bregman was up-to-bat with one out in the bottom of the third inning. Altuve was on third base,...
    Morgan Miller has shared an emotional tribute to her son Easton in honor of his third birthday, revealing images from the day he was born while praising the toddler for helping to 'bring her back to life' after the devastating death of her daughter Emmy.  The 34-year-old, who is married to former Olympic skier Bode Miller, took to Instagram on Tuesday to mark her son's birthday, posting a series of photos from his home water birth in October 2018.  In one of the poignant snaps, Morgan is seen squatting on all fours in an inflatable tub, while her husband stands behind her, helping to bring their son into the world.  Another photo shows the overjoyed couple cradling a newborn Easton, with Morgan lying in a pool of water while Bode stands over her, leaning in to put a hand on his baby boy.  Morgan then posted a black-and-white image of herself crying while holding Easton to her chest, revealing in her captions how emotional his arrival was for her.  'The day that brought me back to life,' she wrote alongside...
    Tears coursed down the cheeks of 16-year-old Meghan Markle and her friends as they watched the funeral of Diana, Princess of Wales, and never more so than at the poignant moment when the cameras zoomed in on the Royal coffin. There, perched among the white flowers, was an envelope on which was written the one word, ‘Mummy’ – Prince Harry’s last note to the mother who had now gone for ever. To Meghan and her classmates, it was an inconceivable tragedy: how could a glamorous humanitarian in the prime of life die in the cruel banality of a car crash? Diana’s death in a Parisian underpass is at the heart of the profound discomfort he feels with being in the public eye According to family friends, Meghan was intrigued not just by her style but by Diana’s independent humanitarian mission In the days following Diana’s death in August 1997, she pondered the life of this remarkable woman. With her friend Suzy Ardakani, Meghan watched old videos of the 1981 wedding of Lady Diana Spencer – as she then was –...
    The Venezuelan of the Tigers from Detroit, Miguel Cabrera, connected his home run # 14 of the 2021 season and 501 for life in the Major League Baseball – MLB. Through the game Tigers vs St. Louis Cardinals, Miguel Cabrera, is still in good offensive moment in the 2021 season of Big leagues and connected his fourteenth home run of the same to reach 501 for life in his career. In the face of Jack Flaherty’s shipments, Cabrera continues to expand its records in the MLB 2021 and hit a huge home run through the left field of Busch Stadium, which reached the third floor of the aforementioned stadium. In the third inning, the Venezuelan put the game 4-0 in favor of the Tigers, executing a slider of the rival pitcher and specify the home run that had a exit velocity of 107.0 miles per hour and reached 422 feet, this being his 90th hit of the MLB 2021. Here the video: Miggy’s wasting no time with home run No. 501! pic.twitter.com/vG4jokkwfT – Detroit Tigers (@tigers) August 25, 2021...
    Nine months after a controversial rematch, Joshua “The Professor” Franco He left no doubt in the third fight of the trilogy. Franco defended his WBA super flyweight world title with a unanimous decision on Andrew “The Monster” Moloney Saturday night from the Hard Rock Hotel and Casino Tulsa. All three judges scored the fight 116-112 for Franco (18-1-2, 8 KOs), who won the title from Moloney last June in the first fight between the two. Moloney (21-2, 14 KOs) failed to capture the magic of their rematch, where he dominated Franco for two rounds before the fight was stopped due to what the referee deemed an accidental header. The controversy – head butt or coup – lasted for nine months, and Franco quickly established his supremacy this time. In the seventh round of a fight that was very competitive, Moloney appeared to knock Franco down with a right hand, but replay of the video determined that his feet tangled and the knockdown was eliminated. Franco neutralized Moloney’s signature jab and dominated down the stretch to retain his title. Franco said,...
    Jorge Martín won the Styrian GP from pole just a week ago. A performance of many carats that the Spanish rider of the Pramac Racing team wants to repeat at the Red Bull Ring. For the moment, the Madrid rider has laid the first stone to ‘trace’ his performance by setting the best time in qualifying again. With a time of 1: 22.643, Martín has achieved the pole position of the Austrian GP, third in his seven MotoGP races. With the absolute record of the track, Martin has surpassed Fabio Quartararo by 34 thousandths. For his part, Pecco Bagnaia was third. The Q1 of the Austrian Grand Prix served as the first ‘stop’ for Jorge Martín on his way to pole. With Álex Rins or Álex Márquez as big rivals when it came to getting a ticket to Q2, the Pramac Racing driver made the most of his Ducati to lead the timesheets. With a time of 1: 23.197, Martín ensured the best time in Q1 after surpass Miguel Oliveira by 168 thousandths. Despite having a great scare, the Portuguese...
    Johan Álvarez returns to the fray His desire to emulate his famous uncle, Johan Álvarez, a young and talented fighter from Jalisco, is about to make his third commitment in the professional field. Not a month has passed since his previous fight where he captivated in Tijuana, and the nephew of the best pound for pound of the moment Saúl “Canelo” Álvarez, will ascend to the stringing next Friday according to which he will be registered at the CODE Dome in Guadalajara, Jalisco, with the intention of getting a resounding victory at home and before his people, when facing an opponent, whose name will be revealed shortly. Johasen Álvarez Suárez, a 17-year-old boxer, has just won a victory through “pure chloroform” on July 23 at the Tijuana, Baja California border, against local Owen Rodríguez. With his spirits going to the skies and eager to write his own history within the sport of fists, Johansen Álvarez will hold a four-round fight in the super featherweight division, something he is confident he will do with a resounding victory, “I’m very happy,...
    Matt Damon was spotted as third wheel on BFF Ben Affleck's romantic Malibu beach stroll with Jennifer Lopez just days after  LGBTQ+ outrage regarding his use of a homophobic slur. The  50-year-old actor seemed to be trying to put his best foot forward as he walked alongside his 48-year-old best friend/writing partner and 52-year-old actress and singer on Sunday. Damon had a big smile on his face as he chatted away with the A-list reconciled power couple on the beach near celeb-favorite Paradise Cove.  Scroll down for video  Three's a crowd: Matt Damon was spotted as third wheel on BFF Ben Affleck's romantic Malibu beach stroll with Jennifer Lopez just days after LGBTQ+ outrage regarding his use of a homophobic slur The trio seemed relaxed as they chatted with a few fellow beachgoers along the way. RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 2 Next 'There needs to be accountability when anti-LGBTQ slurs... Ben Affleck wears a big smile while paying a friendly visit... Matt Damon laments that his eldest child, 19, will soon be... ...
    08/07/2021 at 3:03 PM CEST . The Dutch Sifan Hassan completed the triple challenge that was imposed in the Tokyo Games with the gold medal in 10,000 meters after beating the Ethiopian in the last lap, with a time of 29: 55.32 Letesenbet Gidey, who paid his generosity by giving the money to the Bahraini Kalkidan Gezahegne. Ethiopia, which had won five of the 10,000 titles contested in Olympic history (the women’s event entered Seoul’88), only this time had the consolation of bronze. Two golds and a bronze. The 10,000 race was the third date with history for Sifan Hassan in Tokyo. The Dutch had won the 5,000 but in 1,500 she had been relegated to third place by the Kenyan Faith kypiegon and the british Laura muir. Twenty-four hours later he was back on track for the 10,000 straight final, his sixth and final race in nine days. The legs of Hassan, double world champion of 10,000, already accumulated a huge load on the penultimate day of the games. The first thousand in 3:03, at...
    Nadal returned and the pike returned. In the first game after almost two months of absence, the Spanish tennis player ran into an indomitable Jack Sock (world number 192) who did not give his arm to twist until the tiebreaker of the third set (6-2, 4-6, 7-6). The game began evenly, with rhythm, with a Nadal who does not give up his service and a Sock fight, remembering that player who became number 8 in the world there in 2017. The North American will miss three break balls in the third game after that moment, Nadal will make the first set his. With a 4-0 run and a catalog of winning shots, the Spanish tennis player made it 6-2. Sock, with renewed air in the second set, knew how to stay in the game, waiting for his chance. An opportunity that this time I was not going to miss, and that is Nadal accumulated numerous errors with his right. Enough for Sock to extend the game one more set after winning in the second quarter (4-6). Already in...
    08/04/2021 at 3:11 PM CEST . Extremadura Javier Cienfuegos, the first Spaniard in an Olympic hammer final, qualified tenth with a best throw of 76.30 which was not enough for him to access the last three shots. Montijo’s pitcher had reached the final with a throw of 76.91 meters, seventh among the twelve finalists, just the place he obtained in his first grand final, two years ago at the Doha World Cups, where he shot 76.57. The Extremaduran, national record holder with 79.38, He had anticipated, after qualifying for the final: “If I am on my marks, we can dream”, but he was slightly below. He started the contest by throwing 74.62, then he made a void and improved in the third to 76.30, which were insufficient to get among the eight that are still in competition from the third turn. All his work of the year was focused on arriving in the best possible way at the great Olympic event, which has awarded him the tenth place among the best in the world. The champion...
    The Spanish tennis player Pedro Martinez beat the German in three sets (4-6, 6-3 and 6-3) Daniel Altmaier. and qualified for the ATP 250 final in Kitzbühel (Austria), after two hours and 28 minutes. The Valencian, 24 years old and currently 97 in the world rankings, gave up the first set after suffering a break in his serve in the seventh game, but he knew how to react with a resounding 5-0 in the second, which later, despite seeing how his rival discounted a loss of the serve, it would lead him to take it and, with it, force the final third set. In the third set, after 2-2, two breaks in the German’s serve in the fifth and ninth game, gave him the victory and the pass to a final that will be his first final on the circuit. His rival will be the Norwegian Casper ruud, who beat Frenchman Arthur Rinderknech 6-3, 7-6 (7).
    A fourth police officer who clashed with Capitol rioters on January 6 has killed himself. Kyle DeFreytag, 26, died on July 10. He had responded to the Capitol insurrection on January 6th and had worked the later shift on that day. DeFreytag had been positioned outside the Capitol.  DeFreytag had been a Metropolitan Police Department officer for five years, according to his obituary.  The announcement of his death on Monday came just days after it was revealed a third had officer taken his own life.  DC Metropolitan Officer Kyle DeFreytag, 26, killed himself on July 10. He had been working at the Capitol on January 6 DC Metropolitan Officer Gunther Hashida, 43,died on July 29, his family announced in a GoFundMe account. DC Metropolitan Police have confirmed his death.  It's unclear how he killed himself and his family have not attributed his death to the riot on January 6. He leaves behind a wife and three children.   He'd worked at for the DC Metropolitan Police Department for 18 years.  Nancy Pelosi was among lawmakers who mourned him on Monday.   DC Metropolitan...
    Tulsa protesters condemn reburial of remains excavated in search of massacre victims Carmakers warn chip shortage putting brakes on recovery TOKYO — American Caeleb Dressel made it 3 for 3 Sunday morning on the final day of the Olympic swimming competition, winning the men’s 50-meter freestyle for his third individual gold medal of these Games. Ledecky leaves Tokyo with gold, Skinner replaces Biles; mens 100m dash final Sunday USA TODAY SPORTS See more videos SHARE SHARE TWEET SHARE EMAIL What to watch next American stars who will dominate the first week of the Olympics USA TODAY SPORTS What Joey Gallo brings to the Yankees USA TODAY SPORTS US Olympic sprinter Noah Lyles is at the top of his game, on and off the track USA TODAY SPORTS Fellow Team USA athletes show support for gymnast Simone Biles and mental health struggles USA TODAY SPORTS Aaron Rodgers on relationship with Packers: Had to assess the situation USA TODAY SPORTS Are 13-year-old Olympic medal winners alone in Summer games...
    Novak Djokovic will leave Tokyo without a singles medal after losing his cool and the match to Pablo Carreno Busta in the battle for bronze. The world number one was back on court less than 24 hours after his shock defeat by Alexander Zverev, which ended his hopes of becoming the first man to complete the Golden Slam of all four major titles and Olympic singles gold in the same year. Djokovic's dejection was clear afterwards, especially when he then lost his mixed doubles semi-final with Nina Stojanovic, and rousing himself to finish on the podium proved beyond him. The defeat means the Serbian's Olympics comes to an end without a medal because he has withdrawn from mixed doubles bronze match today, citing a shoulder injury. Novak Djokovic reacts after losing the first set to Pablo Carreno Busta in bronze medal match Djokovic fought back to win the second set and take the match into a decisive third set A clearly frustrated Djokovic lost his cool as he broke his racket and hurled it into the...
    More On: mlb Pete Alonso on how ‘Home Run Horse’ came to be ‘I’m confused’: Star miffed by Rockies’ trade deadline Blue Jays make Rogers Centre return after 670 days MLB trade deadline: All the biggest names on the move DETROIT — Matt Harvey extended his shutout streak to 18 1/3 innings, and Pedro Severino homered twice, leading the Baltimore Orioles to a 4-3 win over the Detroit Tigers on Friday night. Harvey (6-10) allowed six hits in 6 1/3 innings without walking a batter. After a terrible start to the year, the right-hander pitched a third straight scoreless start for the first time in his career. “This is great, because it is tough to keep going out there and not getting any results,” the former Met Harvey said. “I can’t throw 100 with a 93-mph slider anymore. I have to pitch backward and trust my stuff.” Harvey was 3-10 with a 7.70 ERA in 18 starts before the All-Star break. “I’m really happy for him, because he’s had to deal with so many physical problems and he still...
    Caeleb Dressel won his third gold medal of the Tokyo Olympics with a world record in the 100-meter butterfly Saturday. Dressel led right from the start and held off Hungary's Kristof Milak to touch in 49.45 seconds, breaking the mark of 49.50 that the American set at the 2019 world championships in Gwangju. Milak, winner of the 200 fly, earned the silver with a blistering 49.68. The bronze went to Switzerland's Noe Ponti. Caeleb Dressel won his third gold medal of the Tokyo Olympic in the 100m butterfly   RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Aussie swimming sensation Kaylee McKeown claims her second... Nigerian sprinter Blessing Okagbare is provisionally... Tokyo Olympics: Trinidad and Tobago long jumper and hurdler... Duncan Scott is an unassuming superstar... now history... Share this article Share 76 shares Dressel's victory came in the first of three races on his morning schedule. He was also set to compete in the semifinals of the 50 freestyle before returning to the deck one more time to anchor the 4x100...
    Selemon Barega ruined the strategy he had Uganda to add the first gold that was raffled in athletics at the Olympic Games in the 10,000 men. The Ethiopian (27: 43.22), with a last lap in 53.6, endured the last attempt by the world record holder Joshua Cheptegei (27: 43.63) who, locked up, reacted late to the Ethiopian attack. Kiplimo also misplaced came behind with 27: 43.88. The podium in 66 centsimas and in the same second, which had never been seen before in the Games. Gebre and Tergat were closer in Sydney 2000 (18 cents), but not Mezgebu, the third. Must be the Ugandan festival in sight how the last few years have passed. The two have dominated the perimeter ranking around the pandemic. The only ones who have gone down from 26:34. Barega (26: 49.51) had been the third. The race was very slow. The 1,000 went to 2:44 and the 5,000 to 14:08. Always setting the pace for the other Ugands Kissa, who didn’t even finish. Carlos Mayo, who finished thirteenth (28: 04.71), held out with the group...
    The US Army's Amber English showed nerves of steel and then wept tears of joy as she struck skeet gold in the Olympic shooting range today. And Olympic veteran Vincent Hancock soon followed her in a happy hour as he won the men's skeet shooting to land his third Olympic gold medal. Amber, 31, an Olympic debutant, broke the Games record in the Women's Skeet beating the reigning champion Italy's Diana Bacosi who had to settle for silver.   Such was her skilled shooting, she also beat world record holder Meng Wei of China who finished with the bronze.  Amber, from Colorado Springs, Colo, began shooting at the age of six, and could not even qualify for the US Olympic teams at London 2012 and Rio 2016. Amber English, 31 (left), broke the Games record in the Women's Skeet beating the reigning champion Italy's Diana Bacosi who had to settle for silver. Vincent Hancock, 32 (right), set an Olympic record with 59 points, four ahead of silver medalist Jesper Hansen of Denmark  The athlete honed her skills with the...
    Chris Bassitt didn’t have his best stuff, but the A’s ace doesn’t need his best to get deep into games. He completed seven innings in the A’s 5-1 win over the Texas Rangers in Arlington. A gritty performance from Bassitt was a catalyst to securing a series split in Texas on the A’s frustrating 3-4 record thus far on this road trip. They’ll look to prevent their first losing road trip into a winning one near home in San Francisco for the Bay Bridge Series starting Friday night. Bassitt didn’t have his best command on nearly any of his pitches — walking three with four strikeouts — but mixed and matched his expansive six-pitch mix through seven innings to allow just one earned run. Elvis Andrus turned a difficult double play on a back-handed flip to end Bassitt’s final inning and put a bow on his start. Bassitt gave up hard contact twice. The A’s strung four hits to score three of their five runs in the first inning. Matt Chapman and Matt Olson hit a pair...
    OSCAR DE LA HOYA is aiming for 'the biggest comeback in boxing history' and wants to rematch Floyd Mayweather in his third return fight. The American boxing legend has not fought since 2008, when Manny Pacquaio brutally sent him into retirement. 3Floyd Mayweather was called out by Oscar Da La HoyaCredit: AFP Oscar De La Hoya wants to call out @FloydMayweather for a rematch ???? pic.twitter.com/V6hOXFq84Q— DAZN Boxing (@DAZNBoxing) June 19, 2021 In the 13 years since, he has focussed his efforts in promoting his Golden Boy stable. But last year De La Hoya, 48, announced plans to make a comeback, after heavyweight icon Mike Tyson, 54, did the same. The former six-weight champion faces former UFC veteran Vitor Belfort, 44, on his return to the ring in an exhibition on September 11. But according to De La Hoya, it is only the start, as he plans to remarkably rule the boxing world once more. He told DAZN: “I want to make the biggest comeback in boxing history. “I want to get two...
    The mother of a three-year-old New Jersey boy who died when he fell from a third-story window and was then mauled by his family's two dogs has paid tribute to her 'angel'.  'The worst thing that a parent can go through is having to give their sweet Angel back to Heaven,' Nasha Soto posted on Facebook next to a drawing of a baby angel on Friday. Her three-year-old son, who has not yet been named, died on Wednesday following a 10ft fall from a rear window in the family's Elizabeth, New Jersey home.  The toddler was then mauled by his family's two dogs in their backyard.  Nasha Soto (pictured) shared a touching post in honor of her three-year-old son who died on Wednesday 'The worst thing that a parent can go through is having to give their sweet Angel back to Heaven,' Soto posted to Facebook on Friday Soto's unidentified three-year-old son (pictured in red) died on Wednesday after falling three-stories from a rear window in the family's in Elizabeth, New Jersey home Soto's son died on...
    A 34-year-old father of two was shot dead last month after a soft touch judge set a suspected teen gang member free again after his third gun arrest in four months, it has been revealed.  Alberto Ramirez, 16, is accused of shooting Eric Velasquez in Fordham, the Bronx, back on May 16, after he allegedly opened fire indiscriminately into a crowd.  Velasquez was just feet from his apartment when a bullet struck him in the stomach.  He died in hospital hours later, after police said he refused to hand over any information about his killer.   Ramirez was arrested Monday and charged with second-degree murder, first-degree manslaughter and two counts of criminal possession of a weapon. It has now emerged that a series of failings by a New York City judge allowed Ramirez to be out on the streets the day he allegedly murdered the 34-year-old.  A 34-year-old father of two was shot dead last month after a soft touch judge set a suspected teen gang member free again after his third gun arrest in four months, it has been...
    Dr. Anthony Fauci spoke about himself in the third-person as he sought to defend himself from an onslaught of attacks to his reputation on Wednesday. Appearing on MSNBC's Meet the Press Daily, the embattled director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases tried to push back against mounting criticism over claims he changed his stance on masks and helped fund the Wuhan Institute of Virology Lab, where experts now believe COVID-19 originated. 'It's very dangerous, because a lot of what you're seeing as attacks on me, quite frankly, are attacks on science because all of the things that I have spoken about consistently from the very beginning have been fundamentally based on science,' Fauci told host Chuck Todd.  'Sometimes those things were inconvenient truths for people, and there was pushback against me. So if you are trying to get at me as a public health official, you're really attacking not only Dr. Anthony Fauci, you are attacking science.' 'And anybody that looks at what is going on clearly sees that,' Fauci concluded. 'You have to be asleep not...
    More On: deaths Child found dead in motel room believed to be missing Houston boy Malnutrition probed in death of 8-year-old Bronx boy Mummified man left to decompose for 15 years inside ‘house of horrors’ Robert Hogan, actor on ‘Peyton Place’ and ‘The Wire,’ dead at 87 A 56-year-old hiker fell 500 feet to his death during a Memorial Day trek in California’s Sequoia National Park, according to authorities — marking at least the third death of its kind over the holiday weekend. The San Jose man, whose identity has not been made public, was on the summit ridge of the park’s Mount Russell when he lost his balance, the National Park Service said in a press release. One of the man’s two hiking partners, a 45-year-old woman from Milpitas, Calif., grabbed hold of him, but couldn’t stop his momentum and fell with him, authorities said. But while her tumble stopped at 30 feet, her partner plummeted 500 feet, according to the NPS. Atop the ridge, the third member of the hiking party activated an emergency satellite beacon, then...
    2021 is a critical year for defensive end Clelin Ferrell and the Las Vegas Raiders. Two years after being drafted at No 4. overall out of Clemson, all defensive end Clelin Ferrell has to show for himself is 6.5 sacks and a bunch of losses late in the year. While it is not his fault the Las Vegas Raiders massively overreached to take the third-best defensive lineman from the 2018 national champions in the first round, it still does not change the fact that his first two years in the league have been disappointing. Though Ferrell and his Raiders teammates may be tired of all the losing going on these days, they have no choice but to step up. Is there any reason 2021 could be a different year for Ferrell and the rest of the Silver and Black?Las Vegas Raiders: Clelin Ferrell has to live up to his draft status this seasonIf there are any saving graces towards Ferrell and the Raiders having a decent season, here are two. One, the offense is not the problem with quarterback Derek Carr...
    JOSE MOURINHO is reportedly plotting a reunion with Nemanja Matic for a third time. The recently-axed Tottenham manager takes charge of Roma this summer and already has several transfer targets in mind. 3Jose Mourinho is hoping to sign Nemanja Matic for a third time at RomaCredit: Getty Images - Getty WIN £50,000! Play Dream Team Euros – our FREE fantasy football game   WIN £50,000 with Dream Team EurosDream Team Euros is HERE! The best fantasy football game to accompany Euro 2020 has arrived. And you can play absolutely FREE for your chance to win the £50,000 jackpot. CLICK HERE TO SIGN UP FOR FREE! Dream Team Euros £50,000 jackpot The best fantasy football game this summer Play in mini-leagues against your mates, colleagues, family members - and some hand-picked celebrities FREE to play According to a report from Italian publication Corriere dello Sport, Manchester United midfielder Nemanja Matic has emerged as his No1 priority.  The 32-year-old Serbian already knows the Portuguese ace well. He was first signed by Mourinho back in 2014 when he returned to Chelsea from...
    CHICAGO (CBS) — At age 75 Barnard Barry is accused of murder again. Decades ago he was convicted in the death of a Chicago police officer. This week SWAT team members returned, this time for a new murder charge. He now sits in jail accused of murder for the third time in his life. READ MORE: Northwestern University Student Attacked Near Campus He is a two-time convicted felon, including the 1969 death of that Chicago police officer. And now police say he killed someone else, this time on the city’s West Side. CBS 2’s Chopper 2 was there when SWAT moved in Monday afternoon as he sat on the back porch of a duplex. Police said they were at the home to arrest the 75-year-old, who refused to surrender. SWAT members with guns drawn were getting into position just yards away. At one point Barry, who uses an oxygen tank, walked towards officers and the ran toward the porch. Then SWAT moved in and took him into custody. READ MORE: Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot Offers Two-Year Anniversary Interviews Only To Reporters...
    When it comes to the Olympics there aren't many greater shoo-ins for a gold medal, let alone a medal, than Team USA at basketball. Both the men and women dominate their respective fields historically. Focusing on the former, this is perfectly illustrated by the fact they have won 15 of 18 tournaments in which they have participated in - including seven-straight between 1936 and 1968. Bringing it up to date, the men's US team have triumphed at the last three Games (Beijing 2008, London 2012 and Rio 2016) - winning the final by an emphatic 30 points over Serbia in Brazil almost five years ago. Since the 1992 Olympics in Barcelona, NBA players have been allowed to represent their respective countries meaning the sport's best players have been able to play on the world's greatest stage. So how are the men's US team shaping up this year? Sportsmail assesses the once-again gold-medal favourites ahead of the coronavirus-delayed spectacle in Tokyo. Team USA will be bidding for their fourth-straight men's basketball Olympic gold this summer  When is the men's Olympics...
    (CNN)A St. Paul man was sentenced to 41 months in prison -- or roughly three and a half years -- on Wednesday for his role in the burning of the Minneapolis Police Department Third Precinct during racial justice protests last year.Branden Wolfe, 23, along with a crowd of hundreds, gathered at the Third Precinct on May 28, 2020, three days after George Floyd was murdered by former officer Derek Chauvin. As the crowd gathered, people began shouting "burn it down, burn it down," according to a US Justice Department news release. Man charged with aiding and abetting arson in Minneapolis police station fireWhen protesters took down the fence around the precinct, federal prosecutors say Wolfe "pushed a barrel into a fire located in the entrance of the Third Precinct headquarters, which had been set by other unidentified co-conspirators, with the intent to accelerate the existing fire," the release said. "Mr. Wolfe furthered the destruction that took place in Minneapolis last summer by literally adding fuel to the fire. In addition to the arson, Mr. Wolfe stole body armor, weapons, and...
    In Marcus Semien’s anticipated return to Oakland with his new team, his old team stole the show. The A’s took the first of this four game series against the Toronto Blue Jays, 5-4, on Monday night at the Coliseum. The A’s move to 7-2 in one-run games. The A’s played a video tribute for Semien before first pitch, and the sparse crowd — that included his family and friends — gave the Bay Area native a warm ovation. Semien, who spent six years with the A’s from 2015 to 2020, collected a hit and a walk in his first game at the Coliseum since he donned green and gold. Ramón Laureano’s two-run home run in the third inning gave the A’s a 5-3 lead and marked Laureano’s third straight game with a home run. His sixth home run of the season was the A’s second of the game — Stephen Piscotty’s two-run home run in the second inning, adding on to an RBI double from Jed Lowrie, gave the A’s an early 3-0 lead in the third inning. ...
    For Black teens in Minneapolis, Chauvins guilty verdict only held him accountable. Theyre still waiting for justice. George W. Bush walks back nativist comment, says he wrote in Condoleezza Rice last year © Susannah V. Vergau/picture alliance via Getty Images Nick Carter and his family are remaining cautiously optimistic following some complications surrounding the birth of his third child.  Late Thursday night, the 41-year-old Backstreet Boys star took to Twitter to give fans an update.  "Ok. So everything is looking better but we're not out of the woods yet," Carter shared. "We have to stay in the hospital one more night. But Daddy and Mommy are watching baby like a Hawk. Thank you again for all your love and support. We see you." Ok. So everything is looking better but we’re not out of the woods yet. We have to stay in the hospital one more night. But Daddy and Mommy are watching baby like a Hawk. Thank you again for all your love and support. We see you ????????.— Nick Carter (@nickcarter) April 23, 2021The update comes after...
    Wright protests: Crowd gathers for 4th night near police headquarters Democrats to introduce legislation to expand Supreme Court by four seats Every time you think you've seen everything Stephen Curry has to offer, he comes back out and tops himself. On Monday, the future Hall of Fame point guard scored 53 points on 10 made 3-pointers on the night in which he broke Wilt Chamberlain's all-time Golden State Warriors scoring record. Surely, he'd quiet down two nights later, for a relatively innocuous game against the Oklahoma City Thunder, right?  © Provided by CBS Sports Wrong. Curry was even better in the blowout 147-109 win over the Thunder. The score was so lopsided that Curry played in only three quarters. It didn't matter. He scored 42 points on 11-of-16 shooting from behind the arc to lead the Warriors to victory.  1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 ELEVEN threes for @StephenCurry30pic.twitter.com/QW3SqGsU8r— Golden State Warriors (@warriors) April 15, 2021This is the second time in Curry's career that he has made at least 10 3-pointers in consecutive games. Only...
    Dave Portnoy has shrugged off claims that a leaked sex tape could have caused a dip in the share price of a gambling company he owns a 'ton' of stock in. The Barstool Sports founder, 44, posted a video to Twitter discounting suggestions that the leaked tape that surfaced online on Tuesday could have caused a dip in the value of Penn National Gaming shares.   'A stock is down because somebody has consensual sex? Are you f***ing kidding me?'  It's unclear when the video was made, but Portnoy said it was old and that it showed a consensual act.  News of the the leaked video clip on Tuesday coincided with a drop in the share price of Penn, which bought a 36% stake in Barstool Sports for $163 million in January 2020.  The stock opened at $110.17 on Monday morning. It opened on Tuesday at $106.75 and by 1:30pm Tuesday afternoon Eastern time it had dipped to $100.46 before recovering to $102.37 on Wednesday afternoon. The share price for Penn National Gaming stock dipped by 10% from its opening on...
    ESPN draft expert Todd McShay thinks the San Francisco 49ers are gunning for Mac Jones. The 49ers sent shockwaves through the NFL when they recently traded with the Dolphins to move up to the third pick, and we all immediately knew the move was done to find a new quarterback. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football) In his mock draft released Thursday morning, McShay has the 49ers selecting former Alabama star Mac Jones. Look at the fear on Kyle Shanahan’s stupid face as Mac Jones sails another one pic.twitter.com/wqyjKfUX0J — BrianCatNFL (@BrianCatNFL) March 30, 2021 Moving up all the way to three to grab Mac Jones seems borderline insane to me, and I say that as someone who actually thinks Jones is a solid quarterback. I think Mac Jones has a very bright future in the NFL, but the 49ers could have gotten him further down the board. Moving up to three to grab the Heisman finalist is the definition of a reach. Mac Jones just learned that you NEVER wanna miss a deep...
    A baby born in Ibiza, Bruno, has become the first from Spain to come to the world with antibodies against COVID-19 after her mother was vaccinated in the third trimester of pregnancy. The obstetric coordinator Raquel Gascón explained to the media on Wednesday that the birth took place last week. The antibodies have been generated by the vaccine that the mother received in the third trimester of pregnancy. Gascón has indicated that “until now the scientific literature published in this regard assured that it was possible that this vaccine put in the third trimester of pregnancy will generate an immune response in the fetus“. In addition, he explained that something similar happens with the pertussis vaccine, which is also applied to pregnant women in the third trimester. Last week, when the little one came into the world, an analysis was performed on the blood of his umbilical cord that he was referred to the Hospital Son Espases de Mallorca to check if the child had antibodies. According to the data obtained in terms of antibodies, the mother registers a...
    Floyd mayweather He is one of the best boxers of all time and he retired undefeated and surrounded by champion belts. Reasons more than enough to grant him the license to make his own Top 5 fighters of all time … and not place Muhammad Ali as number one. For ‘Money’ Mayweather, the best ever is… right, himself. “He beat more world champions than any other fighter in less time and fewer fights than anyone. He threw punches at a higher percentage and received less punishment. He has been a world champion for 18 years in five different weight divisions. “He says of himself speaking in the third person. He also has no doubts about second to fourth spots. In the two would be Roberto Duran: “He went from lightweight to world champion at 160 pounds. I love that guy. A legend”. In third place I would place Pernell whitaker: “He beat Chávez [la pelea oficialmente acabó en empate]. And he beat my uncle Roger twice. ” In four I would put Julio Cesar Chavez: “He was 79-0 in...
    “France does not confine, it slows down”, smiles, somewhat bitter, a member of La République en Marche, the presidential party. The man admits “off” his “weariness in the face of the hesitations” of the Head of State on the policy to be followed to stem the new surge of Covid-19 contamination. After days of hesitation, Emmanuel Macron therefore decided on a “third way” confinement to try to reconcile health requirements, economic and social life and acceptability of the population. A challenge for his credibility 14 months before the presidential election. Until his last meeting with Jean Castex Thursday noon, the head of state, arbiter of these contradictory injunctions, had not decided. He initially leaned for weekend confinement in Île-de-France and Hauts-de-France, which his Prime Minister had practically announced on BFMTV on Tuesday evening. But Emmanuel Macron, very hostile to any idea of ​​confinement, was looking for a new formula by promoting the “outside”, as advocated by his ally François Bayrou, who pleaded for this idea on March 14. If he had chosen, against the advice of experts, not to...
    Columbus Zoo: Cheetah attacks a keeper at an Ohio zoo Thai Premier Delays AstraZeneca Shot Over Probe Into Blood Clots THE MONEYIST Dear Quentin, Load Error My father and mother divorced about 40 years ago. My father moved out and purchased a home that is now worth approximately $900,000. The divorce agreement, signed by both parties, called for my father in his will to leave his home to my sister and I. Fast forward to today, my father (an attorney) has been married to his third wife for almost 30 years. She and her 2 daughters moved into his home soon after they were married. My father is now 85 and has late-stage cancer. He informed me that he has placed his home in an irrevocable trust, with his third wife named as trustee. His third wife will also receive all of his assets, valued at around $1.5 million, as well as 60% of his annual government pension payments for the remainder of her life. Believe it or not, this pension currently pays my father...
    Beth Moore: Popular evangelical Christian and Bible teacher says shes no longer a Southern Baptist 10 things you might not know are in Bidens COVID-19 relief bill THE MONEYIST Dear Quentin, My father and mother divorced about 40 years ago. My father moved out and purchased a home that is now worth approximately $900,000. The divorce agreement, signed by both parties, called for my father in his will to leave his home to my sister and I. Fast forward to today, my father (an attorney) has been married to his third wife for almost 30 years. She and her 2 daughters moved into his home soon after they were married. My father is now 85 and has late-stage cancer. He informed me that he has placed his home in an irrevocable trust, with his third wife named as trustee. His third wife will also receive all of his assets, valued at around $1.5 million, as well as 60% of his annual government pension payments for the remainder of her life. Believe it or not, this pension...
    Opinion: Stacey Abrams and LeBron James shouldnt have to fight this battle Dr. Seuss book sales spike after some pulled THE MONEYIST Dear Quentin, Load Error My father and mother divorced about 40 years ago. My father moved out and purchased a home that is now worth approximately $900,000. The divorce agreement, signed by both parties, called for my father in his will to leave his home to my sister and I. Fast forward to today, my father (an attorney) has been married to his third wife for almost 30 years. She and her 2 daughters moved into his home soon after they were married. My father is now 85 and has late-stage cancer. He informed me that he has placed his home in an irrevocable trust, with his third wife named as trustee. His third wife will also receive all of his assets, valued at around $1.5 million, as well as 60% of his annual government pension payments for the remainder of her life. Believe it or not, this pension currently pays my father...
    Texas reopens at 100% Wednesday; House set to pass $1.9T stimulus; All Alaskans over 16 eligible for vaccine: Latest COVID-19 updates Los Angeles agrees to reopen schools in April THE MONEYIST Dear Quentin, Load Error My father and mother divorced about 40 years ago. My father moved out and purchased a home that is now worth approximately $900,000. The divorce agreement, signed by both parties, called for my father in his will to leave his home to my sister and I. Fast forward to today, my father (an attorney) has been married to his third wife for almost 30 years. She and her 2 daughters moved into his home soon after they were married. My father is now 85 and has late-stage cancer. He informed me that he has placed his home in an irrevocable trust, with his third wife named as trustee. His third wife will also receive all of his assets, valued at around $1.5 million, as well as 60% of his annual government pension payments for the remainder of her life. Believe...
    FORMER Everton winger Royston Drenthe has been acquitted of money laundering... after police found more than £150,000 hidden in his car. The ex-Real Madrid and Reading star claimed the cash came from his wages as a player after it was found in packets in 2019. 2A judge ruled there was not enough evidence to convict ex-Everton wideman Royston Drenthe of money launderingCredit: Getty Images - Getty 2Royston Drenthe is back in football with Spanish third-tier side Racing MurciaCredit: Racing Murcia FC The 33-year-old's lawyers say Drenthe was forced to go bankrupt last year because of the money being seized - and they will "try to get it back for him". Once-capped Drenthe, who is now with Spanish third-tier side Racing Murcia, was on trial at a court in Breda on Tuesday. The jury heard police stopped his car at Halsteren in southern Holland two years ago. Cops searched his vehicle and seized packets containing 176,500 euros (£152,555). Drenthe said the money was from his football salary, and he was loaning it to a third party via his nephew. The judge...
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