Assist of the Night: Mason Plumlee
Assist of the Night: Mason Plumlee - January 31, 2023
Iraqi officials announced Saturday that Baghdad has won an international arbitration case that will halt oil exports from the semi-autonomous Kurdish region by way of Turkey. Officials in Baghdad and Irbil, the seat of the Kurdish regional government, have long been at odds over sharing of oil revenues. In 2014, the Kurdish region decided to unilaterally export oil through an independent pipeline to the Turkish port of Ceyhan.
Eeli Tolvanen scored twice, Philipp Grubauer made 14 saves and the Seattle Kraken defeated the Nashville Predators 7-2 on Saturday. Jared McCann had a goal and two assists, while and Daniel Sprong, Adam Larsson, Matty Beniers and Oliver Bjorkstrand also scored for Seattle, which entered Saturday holding the top spot in the Western Conference’s wild-card race.
Several towns devastated in Mississippi and Alabama, thousands without power
Nicholas Lloyd Webber, son of Andrew Lloyd Webber, died in Basingstoke, England on March 25, after an 18-month-long battle with gastric cancer. He was 43. The theater composer announced the news of his son’s death on Saturday. “I am shattered to have to announce that my beloved elder son Nick died a few hours ago […]
Shaeed Woodard died after he and three longtime friends were kidnapped by men later identified by the Gulf drug cartel as members who went rogue.
Labour’s capital gains tax plans will spark a selloff of British assets, Rishi Sunak’s accountant has warned.
Marvellous Marlie Packer powered England to a historic 58-7 victory over Scotland in their opening game of the TikTok Women’s Six Nations at Kingston Park Stadium.
The end of the NHL regular season is rapidly approaching. Here are key questions about playoff races and the best odds to win the draft lottery.
House Republicans say Congress ‘must now consider whether to draft legislation that would ... insulate current and former presidents from ... improper state and local prosecutions’
Dozens of people were reported dead or injured and the town of Rolling Fork, Mississippi, was essentially flattened by the storm, officials say.
Kansas State is trying to reach its first Final Four since 1964. FAU is looking for its first ever.
The Elite Eight begins Saturday and includes two games: No. 3 Kansas State vs. No. 9 Florida Atlantic and No. 3 Gonzaga against No. 4 Connecticut.
The top-seeded South Carolina Gamecocks kept things rolling in their undefeated season as they defeated No. 4 seed UCLA.
A popular Gatineau, Que., restaurant and ice cream parlour has been severely damaged after a fire tore through it Friday evening. Firefighters were called to Les 2 Petits Cochons on chemin de Montréal in the city's Masson-Angers sector at around 7:30 p.m., according to Gatineau police. By that time, the restaurant had already been engulfed by the flames. Crews remained at the scene until around 10 p.m., police said. No injuries were reported, and the restaurant — which was set to open for the se
DETROIT (AP) — The challenger in the race for the United Auto Workers' top leadership post claimed victory Saturday in a close election that is likely to give his slate of candidates control of the huge union. Challenger Shawn Fain’s slate said that a federal court-appointed monitor declared Fain the winner over incumbent Ray Curry. A message was left Saturday seeking confirmation from monitor Neil Barofsky. It was the 372,000-member union’s first direct election of its 14-member International E
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Leaders attending the Ibero-American Summit meeting in the Dominican Republic on Saturday highlighted rising inflation and migration as risks to the stability of the region. Presidents and representatives from 22 countries have gathered in Santo Domingo for the weekend summit, which provides a forum for leaders from across Latin America as well as Spain and Portugal. The meeting comes as the region is grappling with stubbornly high inflation and global concerns over the financial sector after the failure of U.S. regional banks Silicon Valley Bank and Signature Bank this month.
All eyes were on the two England fly-halves Owen Farrell and Marcus Smith in Saracens' clash with Harlequins at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium. It was billed as 'The Showdown', with each player starting one of England's last two Test matches, against France and Ireland. Telegraph Sport analyses how the two No 10s performed in their first action since the Six Nations.
SILVER CITY, Miss. (AP) — Nothing remained of William Barnes’ home in the tiny western Mississippi town of Silver City after a killer tornado tore it off its foundations. He stood in disbelief Saturday as he surveyed the lot where he'd lived for 20 years, twisted debris of cinder blocks and mangled wood siding scattered across where his home once stood. “We lost everything but got out alive,” he said, holding his young granddaughter in his arms. Throughout the town of just over 200 people, the s
WEST READING, Pa. (AP) — An explosion at a chocolate factory in Pennsylvania on Friday killed two people and left five people missing, authorities said. One person was pulled from the rubble overnight. Rescue crews using dogs and imaging equipment continued to search through the rubble Saturday — hours after the blast that erupted just before 5 p.m. Friday at the R.M. Palmer Co. plant in the borough of West Reading, about 60 miles (96 kilometers) northwest of Philadelphia. West Reading officials