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Aug 21 2014
Sixth-Grade Teacher Suspended After ‘Absurd’ Lesson on Michael Brown Shooting
An Alabama sixth-grade teacher has been suspended after she reportedly instructed students to reenact the Ferguson shooting in class, according to the Selma Times-Journal.
A parent posted on a community Facebook page that her son came home from Brantley Elementary School and said the teacher “made them reenact” the fatal shooting of 18-year-old Michael Brown, and that “the whiteThe Blaze
Mar 02 2023
LeBron James Issues 3-Word Tweet After Short-Handed Lakers Defeat Thunder
The Los Angeles Lakers defeated the Oklahoma City Thunder on March 1 despite being without LeBron James, Anthony Davis and D’Angelo Russell. Los Angeles won by a final score of 123-117 to improve to 30-33 on the season and James issued a three-word tweet after his team’s impressive win. The Lakers were led in scoring by Dennis Schroder, who finished with 26 points. The former Thunder guard,Heavy.com
Mar 02 2023
Oregon Ducks men's basketball vs. California -
Oregon center N'Faly Dante (1) is defended by California forward ND Okafor (22) during the first half of an NCAA college basketball game Thursday, March 2, 2023, in Eugene, Ore. (AP Photo/Andy Nelson) Oregon center Nate Bittle (32) celebrates with center N'Faly Dante (1) after Bittle was fouled on a layup, while California forward Lars Thiemann, left, walks past during the second half of anThe Oregonian
Feb 14 2023
It looks like it will be the "Hospital Celtics" going against the Bucks on Tuesday night
BOSTON -- Two of the best teams in the NBA are meeting up Tuesday night. But the Celtics will not look like the Celtics when they visit the Bucks. It looks like only a handful of Celtics regulars will take the floor when Boston looks to extend its four-game winning streak -- and end Milwaukee's 10-game winning streak. Jaylen Brown and Marcus Smart will both miss Tuesday's contest, and JaysonCBS News (Online)
Feb 16 2023
New Mexico man sentenced to 33 years for murdering Army veteran girlfriend
A New Mexico man was sentenced to 33 years in prison Thursday for the 2019 murder of his girlfriend, a retired U.S. Army veteran whose remains were found nearly two years later in the Nevada desert. The New Mexico Attorney General’s Office said 61-year-old Jerry Jay of Farmington was sentenced after pleading guilty to second-degree murder and kidnapping. They said it was the first caseFox News (Online News)
Feb 16 2023
Man sentenced in murder of Army vet girlfriend found near Las Vegas
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — A New Mexico man was sentenced to 33 years in prison Thursday for the 2019 murder of his girlfriend, a retired U.S. Army veteran whose remains were found nearly two years later in the Nevada desert. The New Mexico Attorney General’s Office said 61-year-old Jerry Jay of Farmington was sentenced after pleading guilty to second-degree murder and kidnapping. They said it wasLas Vegas Sun
Mar 09 2023
Senate committee grills Norfolk Southern CEO about East Palestine derailment
Members of a Senate committee today grilled Norfolk Southern CEO Alan Shaw and environmental officials over the response to the Feb. 3 toxic derailment in East Palestine, Ohio.
Shaw repeated his promise that the railroad will do whatever it takes to make things right in East Palestine, now and over the long term.
The railroad has spent $20 million to date in the form ofTrains.com
Feb 27 2023
Insider Suggests Chiefs-Jets Blockbuster Trade Involving 4-Time Pro Bowler
The Kansas City Chiefs franchise tagged starting left tackle Orlando Brown Jr. last offseason and could do the same this offseason, albeit at a $20 million price tag. But what if the team instead opted to trade away their four-time Pro Bowler instead of tagging him or signing him to a long-term extension? ESPN’s Bill Barnwell believes that could very well be in play for the defending SuperHeavy.com
Jun 30 2022
Ketanji Brown Jackson Sworn in as Supreme Court Justice
Supreme Court Justice Ketanji Brown Jackson was sworn in on Thursday afternoon, replacing Justice Stephen Breyer, who retired the same day.
Jackson will likely not change the court’s 6-3 conservative majority. Jackson’s arrival on the court came shortly after a series of controversial rulings, including overturning Roe v. Wade; Breyer had joined the other two liberal justices in aNew York Times (News) Washington Examiner CNBC
Feb 27 2023
Sixers fans taunt Celtics star with ‘excessive’ trash talking
Saturday night, Philadelphia 76ers fans filled the Wells Fargo Center to support their team. Philadelphia is known for its competitive atmosphere, and more often than not that means trash talk from fans. When they hosted the Boston Celtics Saturday, it was taken pretty far. Celtics guard Jaylen Brown said to Abby Chin of NBC Sports Boston after the game: “It’s fun playing here. The crowd was anj.com