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"I'm disheartened to know that this day will live with my daughter forever," Tamara Taylor said of the incident
Two people familiar with the decision told The Associated Press that Southern Miss had agreed to leave a conference it helped found in 1995 and join the Sun Belt at a date to be determined. The people spoke on condition of anonymity because the Sun Belt was not yet prepared to make an announcement and was still working on more expansion moves that it did not want to address publicly. Sun Belt Commissioner Keith Gill did not immediately return a message left by AP.
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Wild GM Bill Guerin's spot with the U.S. Olympic team could be in jeopardy as Safesport will reportedly investigate his role in an alleged sexual assault cover-up.
Rashaad Penny was quick to address the ongoing issue of his ability to stay healthy and available for the Seattle Seahawks. Penny is hoping for a run of good health beginning this week. The timing is critical for Seattle.
Teemu Nikki’s Venice and Antalya winner “The Blind Man Who Did Not Want to See Titanic” won the Golden star for best film at the 5th El Gouna Film Festival in Egypt, which wrapped Friday. The award carries a cash prize of $50,000. The film’s lead Petri Poikolainen won best actor, while Maya Vanderbeque, the […]
The Supreme Court has allowed a Texas law that bans most abortions to remain in effect for now
British finance minister Rishi Sunak is set to announce a 1.5 billion-pound ($2.1 billion) funding boost for public transport in regional English cities as part of Prime Minister Boris Johnson's pledge to "level up" poorer parts of the country. Sunak, who is due to deliver a half-yearly budget plan to parliament on Wednesday, is expected to increase the size of a five-year transport programme to 5.7 billion pounds from an initially planned 4.2 billion pounds, the Treasury said. "There is no reason why somebody working in the North and Midlands should have to wait several times longer for their bus or train to arrive in the morning compared to a commuter in the capital," Sunak said in a statement on Saturday.
Arsenal boss Mikel Arteta praised Emile Smith Rowe for changing his lifestyle and improving his game after he put in a man-of-the-match performance in Friday’s win over Aston Villa.
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A judge in California has ruled that state prison guards who work in and around facilities’ health care settings must be vaccinated against the coronavirus
Dr Emily Lawson had been seconded to No 10’s delivery unit.
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English cities to receive transport boost of almost £7bn in budget. Funding will be used to help ‘level up’ regions including Greater Manchester and West Midlands
North Korea has never been more isolated from the international community as a result of its drastic steps to prevent COVID-19, and the ruptured global ties are having “a dramatic impact on the human rights of the people inside the country,” the U.N.’s independent investigator on the reclusive northeast Asian nation said Friday. Tomás Ojea Quintana told the General Assembly’s human rights committee and an earlier news conference that North Koreans are facing food shortages and collapses in their livelihoods, and the most vulnerable children and elderly people are at risk of starvation. The Democratic People’s Republic of Korea -- the North’s official name -- closed its borders to prevent the pandemic, which Ojea Quintana said would have “a devastating impact” on the people’s right to health because the DPRK’s health infrastructure suffers from underinvestment and a critical shortage of supplies caused by underlying human rights issues.
The Foreign Secretary is seeking to strengthen defence and security ties on a two-day visit to India.
Organisations representing landlords and people at risk of homelessness said the money will not be enough to help everyone struggling.
The investment will be confirmed at the Budget and spending review next week.
The proportion of motorists who say they would struggle without a car has hit the highest level since 2006, an RAC survey suggested.