When San Francisco turned an opening-drive takeaway into a field goal, the 49ers' confident defense believed that would be enough scoring for a win. "When you see the offense go out there and score points on the first drive, that’s immediately what we think of is, ’OK, they’re not going to score any more points,'” linebacker Dre Greenlaw said. The performance that included two takeaways, two goal-line stands and the good fortune of a missed field goal is the latest evidence that this year's unit could be on par or better than the defense that carried San Francisco to a Super Bowl appearance in the 2019 season.
Two Ukrainian opera houses were awarded this year's "Opera Oscar" for offering up mellifluous cadenzas and virtuosic trills amid power cuts and artillery blasts on their country's territory - allowing audiences to evade, if only for a few hours, the war outside. In recognition of their "outstanding work in challenging circumstances", the opera theatres in the Ukrainian cities of Lviv and Odesa jointly clinched the Company of the Year prize at the International Opera Awards ceremony held on Monday in Madrid's Teatro Real. "We came from cities where streets are dark, but our souls are full of light .... Our music now is buzzing with generators everywhere, but this is the music of our survival, of our life," said Oksana Taranenko, stage director at the Odesa National Opera, as representatives of the two companies accepted the accolade to a standing ovation.
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Dr. Boutros files lawsuit against MetroHealth Board of Trustees for violations of the Ohio Open Meetings Act.
The owners of Night & Day are in court to appeal against a Noise Abatement Notice from the council.
Ministers ‘snatching defeat from the jaws of victory’ in face of free speech concerns over long-delayed plans to police the internet
Chicago, Nov. 28, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Forklift Market size is projected to grow from USD 58.9 billion in 2022 to USD 84.5 billion by 2027, at a CAGR of 7.5% for the same period, according to a new report by MarketsandMarkets™. Browse and in-depth TOC on "Forklift Market" 337 – Tables 60 – Figures 293 – Pages Download PDF Brochure: https://www.marketsandmarkets.com/pdfdownloadNew.asp?id= 2439790 Scope of the Report: Report Attributes Details Market size value in 2022: USD 58.9 Billion Projec
Trump "was wrong to give a white nationalist, an antisemite, and a Holocaust denier a seat at the table,” the former vice president said.
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The Senate is voting on a filibuster that would prevent the Respect for Marriage Act from being passed while also recognizing religious freedom concerns.
A Texas prosecutor facing mounting criticism over the handling of the 2019 Walmart mass shooting in El Paso that killed 23 people resigned Monday after the county took the extraordinary step of seeking to remove her from elected office. El Paso County District Attorney Yvonne Rosales, a Democrat who was elected in 2020, agreed to resign during a court hearing Monday, El Paso television station KTSM reported. Rosales' job was put in jeopardy over accusations of incompetence involving hundreds of criminal cases in El Paso and slowing down the case against Patrick Crusius, the suspected Walmart shooter who faces the death penalty if convicted.
The 32nd annual Gotham Awards is underway (watch it live here) the celebration that marks the official start of awards season and is often strong indicator of films and series are poised for continued success. The event, which is hosted at New York’s Cipriani Wall Street, will see performer tributes to honor seasoned Hollywood veterans […]
A crowd of protesters in Shanghai called for China’s president Xi Jinping to stand down, video filmed by a journalist at the demonstration on Sunday, November 27, shows.Video and audio verified by Storyful, and filmed by journalist Philip Roin from Danmarks Radio, shows a crowd on Shanghai’s Wulumqi Road.A protester can be heard shouting “CCP (Chinese Communist Party)” to which the crowd shouts “step down”. The protester then shouts “Xi Jinping” and the crowd once again shouts “step down”.Rare protests against Covid restrictions have been seen Shanghai and other parts of China, including Beijing, as residents question Xi Jinping’s zero-COVID policy.This footage was filmed on Wulumuqi Road, which is named after the capital of China’s Xinjiang province, where 10 people died in an apartment building fire on Thursday, Channel News Asia (CNA) reported.CNA said that some people had blamed the deaths on lockdown restrictions, but local authorities denied the claims. Credit: Danmarks Radio via Storyful
Parts of Arizona are seeing strong winds as cooler air pushes through Tuesday.
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Oklahoma Red Dirt country artist Jake Flint dies day after getting married
The U.S. men's soccer team knows they have to defeat Iran in Tuesday's World Cup group play finale in order to advance to the Round of 16 in Qatar.
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