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Supporters of Nelson Pinos, an Ecuadorian immigrant who first sought sanctuary from a federal deportation order in a New Haven church in 2017, are celebrating his temporary reprieve. The father of three, who has lived in the U.S. for 29 years, learned this week that immigration authorities have granted him a one-year stay and supporters said Saturday he has left the church for now. At the celebration Saturday, supporters of Pinos, 47, vowed to make sure he gets to remain here permanently, noting the fight for his freedom and the freedom of other immigrants without legal status is far from over.
When Franklin Leonard took to Twitter on Tuesday night to decry a recent film casting, Ben Stiller shot back in a spirited conversation about whether people got Hollywood gigs on the basis of their abilities or if nepotism played a role. The Black List founder commented on a casting story Deadline broke about Hopper Penn, […]
The actor said her spouse, Chris Ivery, "had no idea what he was getting into."
Police said there was a collision involving a car and two people on foot.
Sixty-seven years after Roger Bannister ran the first sub-4-minute mile, it’s still the standard for middle-distance runners.
Government spending on grassroots sport almost halved under Conservatives
Assaults on police in England and Wales rise above 100 a day during pandemic. Officer morale sinks in the 43 forces as attacks rise by 20% during the Covid crisis
Conservatives accused of cutting local sport funding by nearly half since 2010. Labour says 47% less spent on grassroots facilities, wasting chance to build on success of 2012 London Olympics
CNN’s John Berman calls the umbrella struggle ‘a tortured process of self-discovery for the prime minister, who seems to be familiarizing himself with this advanced technology for the very first time’
The couple each have three chances to their Olympics medal hauls.
The party said funding for sports facilities had been slashed by almost half since 2010.
Paramount+’s planned revival of Criminal Minds may not come to pass after all, according to the series’ longtime star, Paget Brewster. The actress addressed the matter on Thursday via Twitter, when a follower named Jennifer asked her, “Any news on the #CriminalMIndsrevival?” “No, and sadly, we think it’s dead,” Brewster responded. “I’ll let you know […]
Leeds United legend Terry Cooper has died at the age of 77. The former left-back was one of the stalwarts of the Leeds team during the club’s most memorable era under manager Don Revie in the 1960s and 70s, making 351 appearances in total. The defender - who notched 11 goals in total for Leeds - later played for Middlesbrough, Bristol City, Bristol Rovers and Doncaster, while he also won 20 senior caps for England between 1969-74, playing at the 1970 World Cup in Mexico.
Dina Asher-smith- Tearful Team Gb Sprint Star Pulls Out Of Olympic 200m With Hamstring Injury
Alicia Keys gushes over her husband Swizz Beatz on Instagram in honor of their 11th wedding anniversary.
A volunteer marshal has died after being hit by a car during a race at the Brands Hatch circuit. Police and paramedics were sent to the track near Dartford at 3pm on Saturday afternoon, with an air ambulance landing on the circuit. Motorsport UK says it is "deeply saddened" by the accident.
A Zydeco musician has been shot in the back while performing at an event in central Louisiana
Someone's days are numbered...
Trayvon Bromell and Andre de Grasse are the favourites to win gold but the race is wide open after the American squeezed through round one
The Trading Spaces alum was fully vaccinated with two doses of Pfizer back in March