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The New York Mets called up top prospect Brett Baty on Wednesday to fill in at third base for ailing Eduardo Escobar, putting the 22-year-old in the middle of a spirited race for the NL East title. Plagued by a sore left oblique, Escobar was placed on the 10-day injured list before the division-leading Mets faced the team that's chasing them, World Series champion Atlanta. Baty was in the lineup for his major league debut, batting eighth.
Lawsuit was brought by owners after Pitt’s supposedly sustainable, flood-proof homes were plagued by mold, leaks and rot
WINNIPEG — Eviction warnings have been given to two longtime encampments on the Manitoba legislature grounds. A handful of police were present Wednesday as the notices were given to demonstrators on the north and east sides of the legislative building. A statement from Justice Minister Kelvin Goertzen's office said rallies and protests are acceptable on the grounds. But, the statement said, encampments are not permitted for the safety of staff, visitors, tourists and other protesters. The move c
NEW ORLEANS (AP) — A judge’s order that forced the Biden administration to resume sales of oil and gas leases on federal land and waters was vacated Wednesday by a federal appeals court in New Orleans. It was at least a temporary victory for President Joe Biden but the immediate effect was unclear. The much-heralded climate bill that Biden signed into law Tuesday provides for new drilling opportunities, in a compromise among Democrats, and mandates that several lease sales be held over the next
Cincinnati Reds first baseman Joey Votto will have season-ending surgery Friday on his left rotator cuff, repairing a long-term injury. Votto, who turns 39 next month, said he got hurt when he got tangled up with a baserunner in 2015. “I don’t know how to explain it but it’s been lingering for a while,” Votto said after Cincinnati's 1-0 victory over Philadelphia on Wednesday.
Study finds that unlike anxiety and depression, conditions including brain fog, dementia and psychosis, are still more likely two years on
A new study found that the devices, among other measures, could help reduce sedentary behaviour.
The researchers are calling for more support and resources for healthcare providers in diagnosing and managing these conditions.
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Academics in Canada looked at data on 85,162 births where half of the mothers had received a coronavirus vaccine during pregnancy.
First-of-its kind collaborative research will increase Indigenous student visibility in higher education while informing effective practices of student support to increase student achievement. First-ever study on college affordability for Indigenous students released The National Study on College Affordability for Indigenous Students was released by the National Native Scholarships Providers (NNSP). The NNSP is comprised of the American Indian College Fund (College Fund), the American Indian Sci
HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) — A lawyer for conspiracy theorist Alex Jones is facing scrutiny from a Connecticut judge, who began hearing testimony Wednesday on whether the lawyer should be disciplined for giving other attorneys for Jones highly sensitive documents, including medical records of relatives of victims of the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting. Attorney Norman Pattis is representing Jones in a defamation lawsuit filed by Sandy Hook families against Jones for calling the 2012 shooting in
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Brad Pitt's Make It Right Foundation and homeowners of the houses built by the program, in an area of New Orleans among the hardest hit by Hurricane Katrina, have reached a $20.5 million settlement. The Times-Picayune ' The New Orleans Advocate reported Wednesday that, pending approval by a judge, each of the program's 107 homeowners will be eligible to receive $25,000 as reimbursement for previous repairs of the shoddy homes. Under the settlement reached Tuesday evening, the remaining money is to be divided up according to the condition of each of the structures.
The Queensland TikToker was in disbelief after she was caught out on the technicality. Source: TikTok/ HaileyGillard1
In the national competition, kid and teen contestants submit photos of their mullet to garner enough likes on Facebook to advance to the next round.
The broad, awkward, sometimes silly smiles of people on an unremarkable day in an unremarkable town in 1938 Poland, fascinated by this new thing called a movie camera and oblivious to the fact that one day, this amateur travel movie will become a devastating historical artifact. Only a few, though, simultaneously make as urgent an argument for the existence of filmmaking itself as does Bianca Stigter’s “Three Minutes: A Lengthening,” a heartbreaking work based on some three minutes of 16mm footage taken by a tourist who himself had no idea what he was capturing — no idea that in a few years, nearly everyone he filmed would be dead. David Kurtz, an American Jew, was making a “grand tour” of Europe's big cities but also stopping in Nasielsk, the town 30 miles (50 kilometers) north of Warsaw where he was born and lived as a child.
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