Assist of the Night: Goran Dragic
Assist of the Night: Goran Dragic - February 6, 2023
Jennifer Kinder is what you might call a character. The Dallas lawyer answers my phone call with a whooping “Oh, I love your accent!” before bursting straight into Taylor Swift’s song London Boy – “Like a child when our eyes meet, Darling I fancy you.” The 56-year-old Texan tells me she’s essentially a “car wreck lawyer” – her email address includes the construction “justcallkinder”, which brings to mind TV drama Better Call Saul – and her firm Kinder Law also deals with workplace accidents, so-
The industrial action against the French government's pension reforms stretched into its 20th day on Monday, as at least six out of seven refineries in France were shut or functioning at reduced capacity and liquefied natural gas (LNG) terminals were blocked. Production has been shuttered at TotalEnergies' Gonfreville refinery and Exxon Mobil subsidiary Esso's Port Jerome-Gravenchon refinery due to the strikes, while two others are operating at reduced capacity and two more are offline for repairs. The action is part of a nationwide movement against pension system changes championed by President Emmanuel Macron that include increasing the retirement age by two years to 64.
Pressure has intensified on Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to halt his controversial judicial reform plan.
The Museum of Failure's traveling exhibit puts some of America's most beloved brands on blast, digging up products left for the junk-heap of history.
Hungary’s parliament on Monday approved Finland’s bid to join NATO, ending months of delays and bringing the Nordic country one step closer to becoming a full member of the Western military alliance. The vote came after Hungary’s government frustrated allies in NATO and the European Union by repeatedly postponing the measure for months after nearly all other members of the alliance had ratified Finland’s bid. With Hungary’s approval, Turkey is now the only one of NATO's 30 members not to have ratified Finland’s NATO accession.
Labour said the Government’s anti-social behaviour crackdown was ‘too weak, too little and too late’.
The Rev. Al Sharpton will deliver the eulogy at the funeral of a 28-year-old Black man who died after he was pinned to the floor by seven sheriff's deputies and several others while he was being admitted to a mental hospital in Virginia. Sharpton's National Action Network, a civil rights organization, announced plans for the funeral of Irvo Otieno on Wednesday at the First Baptist Church in Chesterfield, Virginia, about 18 miles (29 kilometers) south of Richmond. Video released publicly last week shows sheriff's deputies and hospital employees attempting to restrain a handcuffed and shackled Otieno for about 20 minutes after he’s led into a room at Central State Hospital, where he was going to be admitted March 6.
To spot all five, timing and a clear view of the western horizon will be key.
Massachusetts Democrat Elizabeth Warren will run for re-election to the Senate in 2024. She is one of the Democratic Party's most progressive voices.
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Transgender Day of Visibility is recognized on March 31st every year, as a day of celebration and awareness for the transgender community. “I love that Transgender Day of Visibility is such a broad phrase because it can be celebrated in so many different ways,” says Cielo Sunsarae. Sunsarae is the founder of The Queer Trans Project, an organization led by Black and transgender leaders. The group provides gender-a
Someone, surely, should be holding the press to account, but should that person really be a royal prince, who occasionally pops over from California in between making seven-part documentaries about his own privacy?
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At least four people have died, including the suspect, after a gunman opened fire at a school in Nashville, Tennessee, on Monday.
CALGARY — The Canada Infrastructure Bank is making its first investment in low-carbon fuels, committing $277 million to a biofuels facility under construction in Varennes, Que. The facility — known as Varennes Carbon Recycling — has a total price tag of $1.2 billion and is a joint-venture project between Shell, Suncor Energy Inc., Swiss natural gas company Proman and the government of Quebec. It is being built by Montreal-based Enerkem, whose proprietary technology will be used to produce biofue
The Final Four of the NCAA men's tournament is set. A breakdown of the quartet that will head to Houston in search of winning a national title.
The risk of dying from heart issues was three and a half times higher among young women in the first three months after a single dose of the AstraZeneca Covid vaccine, according to a new study.
Amazon.com Inc must face consumer claims that its pricing practices artificially drove up the cost of goods sold by other retailers in violation of U.S. antitrust law, a federal judge has ruled. The ruling by U.S. District Judge Richard Jones in Seattle on Friday came in a prospective antitrust class action that has estimated damages of between $55 billion to $172 billion. The lawsuit was filed in 2020 by residents of 18 states, including Virginia, Texas, California, Florida and Illinois, challenging an Amazon policy that retailers cannot offer lower prices for goods sold elsewhere if they also want their product available on the Amazon Marketplace platform.
Vladimir Guerrero Jr. winning the AL Triple Crown and MVP! That's just one of Dalton Del Don's predictions for the 2023 season.
"You can replace it," William Barnes says of the Silver City house he shared with his wife Carolyn before it was destroyed by a tornado on Friday. "But if I was gone, you could not replace me"