NBA Fearless Forecast Weekly Rank: 87
NBA Fearless Forecast Weekly Rank: 87
Gerardo Serrano ticked off the border crossing agents by taking some photos on his phone. Only after Serrano filed a federal lawsuit did he get back his Ford F-250. Now he wants the Supreme Court to step in and require a prompt court hearing as a matter of constitutional fairness whenever federal officials take someone's property under civil forfeiture law.
Saka limped off in the 69th minute of Sunday's 3-0 Premier League win and Arteta said the England international's fitness would be assessed in the coming days. Held to a 1-1 draw by Prague in the home leg of their Europa quarter-final last week, Arsenal are already without the injured David Luiz, Kieran Tierney (both knee), Martin Odegaard and Emile Smith Rowe (both ankle).
Far left candidate Pedro Castillo is leading the Peruvian presidential race, according to a fast count conducted by pollster Ipsos, with conservative Keiko Fujimori in second place. Ipsos said a fast count of 69.1% ballots from around the country showed Castillo had won 18.6% of the vote and Fujimori had won 14.5%, meaning both would go to a second round of the vote in June. Ipsos said its findings had a one-point margin of error.
Police broke up a fight during a planned “white lives matter” rally in Huntington Beach, California, on Sunday, April 11, according to reports.Pierce Singgih filmed the moment when he said police stopped a clash between “white lives matter” supporters and counter-protesters.In this video, officers are seen standing in a circle to separate the crowd from several people who are lying on the ground. One policeman can be seen using a baton to force a protester to the ground.The Huntington Beach Police Department declared an unlawful assembly and arrested six people by the time of writing on April 11.Media reported the “white lives matter” rally in Huntington Beach was promoted by a KKK-affiliated group, the Loyal White Knights of the KKK. The event was one of several planned “white lives matter” protests to be held across the United States, reports said. Credit: Pierce Singgih via Storyful
Ash fell on Barbados and plunged the island nation into darkness on April 10 as the fallout from a volcanic eruption on nearby Saint Vincent made its way east.The sky emitted a dark reddish tone as day turned to night in some parts of Barbados on Saturday.A thick plume from the La Soufriere volcano caused visibility to plummet, The Barbados Meteorological Service said":https://twitter.com/BarbadosMet/status/1380945411456782342. Ash continued to effect the island on Sunday, prompting a volcanic ash warning from the weather bureau.This video from Bajan Lifestyles shows ash falling on the island’s east coast. “Right now, it looks like night,” the uploader can be heard saying in the video.“Ash falling like snow in Barbados from the La Soufriere in St. Vincent,” the uploader wrote in a Twitter post. Credit: Bajan Lifestyles via Storyful
HSBC and Huawei Technologies' Chief Financial Officer Meng Wanzhou have reached an agreement in a dispute about the publication of documents relating to U.S. fraud allegations against her, their lawyers told a Hong Kong court. The legal dispute reached the Hong Kong court last month after a British judge in February blocked the release of internal HSBC documents relating to the fraud allegations against Meng.
JOHOR BARU, April 12 — The Region Two Marine Police Force thwarted an attempt to smuggle into the country 156 cartons of untaxed alcoholic beverages and liquor worth more than RM120,000 with the...
Zach McKinstry homered and drove in three runs and the Los Angeles Dodgers defeated the visiting Washington Nationals 3-0 on Sunday, sweeping the three-game series between the last two World Series champions. In a matchup of three-time Cy Young Award winners, Clayton Kershaw (2-1) threw 86 pitches over six scoreless innings. Washington's Max Scherzer (0-1) allowed one run on just three hits over six innings.
Hollywood monster movie “Godzilla vs. Kong’ and Korean historical drama “Book of Fish” each made a claim to be the top film at the Korean box office. But neither could prevent weekend revenues from slumping. “Fish,” which depicts the encounter between an early 19th century scholar who learns about nature and biodiversity and a peasant […]
Jacqueline Towns died last April after contracting the coronavirus.
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Shares in tech giant Alibaba surged nine percent Monday as the ecommerce titan reassured investors that a record $2.78 billion antitrust fine imposed by China would have little impact on its operations.
You’ve probably heard of the term “zero-waste living” being thrown around more often lately. As its name suggests, zero-waste living is the practice of generating as little waste as possible.
Indian pilgrims take a dip in the Ganges river for the Hindu Kumbh Mela festival, despite a record Covid surge in the country.
Jayson Tatum tallied 28 points and 10 rebounds as the Boston Celtics snapped the Denver Nuggets' eight-game NBA winning streak with a 105-87 come-from-behind victory on Sunday.
Equities fell in Asia on Monday as investors awaited the next earnings season with high hopes for strong reports and outlooks as the recovery progresses, while the head of the Federal Reserve reiterated his view the economy was improving but warned the virus still posed a risk.
KUALA LUMPUR, April 12 — The DAP assemblyman for Bukit Gasing, Rajiv Rishyakaran, has urged the government to reconsider its decision to push for “super large” Covid-19 vaccination centres....
Athletics Australia said they will not send athletes to next month's World Athletics Relay Championships in Poland due to the COVID-19 situation, a decision which may place their hopes of qualifying for the Tokyo Olympics in doubt. The decision was made "in light of the COVID-19 situation in Poland and greater Europe, with the safety and wellbeing of Australian participants at the forefront," AA said. AA said it would look to host "relay-specific events" in June with the support of Oceania Athletics, so that Australia’s relay teams could attempt to meet qualifying standards for the Tokyo Games, which start on July 23.
More than 4,200 tons of salmon have fallen victim to killer algae in Chile. It's the latest mass mortality event recorded in the world's second largest producer of salmon.