As ‘next week’ ends, Orioles CEO John Angelos whiffs on chance to be ‘very transparent’ | ANALYSIS

“Next week” has come and gone, and John Angelos hasn’t sent out an invite. Whether the Orioles’ CEO and chairman actually meant “next month,” “next year” or “never” when he said reporters could return to Camden Yards to examine the organization’s finances, he gave himself the chance to prove his claims that he’s “very transparent”… Continue reading As ‘next week’ ends, Orioles CEO John Angelos whiffs on chance to be ‘very transparent’ | ANALYSIS

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92-year-old South Florida man shares story of surviving Holocaust, concerns about rise in antisemitism

Today is International Holocaust Remembrance Day and as the number of survivors dwindles each year, sharing their first-hand accounts is more important than ever. 7’s Karen Hensel has one South Florida man’s story in our Spotlight. The marking A-3913 on Saul Blau’s arm is faded, but this 92-year-old’s memory remains vivid. Saul Blau: “I was… Continue reading 92-year-old South Florida man shares story of surviving Holocaust, concerns about rise in antisemitism

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Pickup truck driven ‘deliberately’ through the front doors of a police station in Colorado

Police say a Colorado man ‘deliberately’ drove his pickup truck through the front doors of a police station after claiming that someone were ‘following’ him, causing $1 million in damage. Wednesday around 12:30 p.m., Nathan David Chacon, 45, smashed his 2007 Chevrolet Silverado through the glass doors and into the lobby of the Grand Junction… Continue reading Pickup truck driven ‘deliberately’ through the front doors of a police station in Colorado

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Sheriff: Monterey Park Shooter Had No Prior Relation To Victims

Huu Can Tran, the shooter who killed 11 people in Monterey Park last weekend, did not seem to have a connection to any of the victims, according to L.A. County Sheriff Robert Luna. In a Wednesday update, Sheriff Luna said investigators have conducted several interviews and have not found evidence that Tran knew the victims… Continue reading Sheriff: Monterey Park Shooter Had No Prior Relation To Victims

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Officials call for calm as video footage of Tyre Nichols’ arrest will be released publicly Friday night, authorities say

CNN By Travis Caldwell, CNN After five Memphis police officers were charged on Thursday in the death of Tyre Nichols following a traffic stop earlier this month, authorities say video footage of the encounter will be released to the public late Friday. And amid concerns over what’s been described in the footage as a vicious… Continue reading Officials call for calm as video footage of Tyre Nichols’ arrest will be released publicly Friday night, authorities say

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Hong Kong to ban CBD, label it a ‘dangerous drug’

HONG KONG (AP) — Hong Kong will ban CBD starting Wednesday, categorizing it as a “dangerous drug” and mandating harsh penalties for its smuggling, production and possession, customs authorities announced Friday. Supporters say CBD can treat a range of ailments including anxiety and that, unlike its more famous cousin THC — which is already illegal… Continue reading Hong Kong to ban CBD, label it a ‘dangerous drug’

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Pozniak: Hospital nurses need help to stop understaffing

Registered nurses, whether employed by a big teaching hospital of a small community facility in the commonwealth, are the backbone of patient care, every and  night, during hurricanes, blizzards and the pandemic. Part of their sacred pledge is to provide the safest and highest quality of compassionate nursing care to their patients. However, this pledge… Continue reading Pozniak: Hospital nurses need help to stop understaffing

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House GOP seeks new restrictions on use of US oil stockpile

WASHINGTON (AP) — For the second time this month, House Republicans are seeking to restrict presidential use of the nation’s emergency oil stockpile — a proposal that has already drawn a White House veto threat. A GOP bill set for a vote Friday would require the government to offset any non-emergency withdrawals from the Strategic… Continue reading House GOP seeks new restrictions on use of US oil stockpile

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Nets lose to conference-worst Pistons despite Kyrie Irving’s 40 points

The Pistons set a trap. The Nets got caught. After a four-point loss to the Philadelphia 76ers on Wednesday, the Nets dropped their sixth game in the eight they’ve played since Kevin Durant sustained an MCL sprain. They lost to a Detroit Pistons team with the worst record in the Eastern Conference, 130-122. The loss… Continue reading Nets lose to conference-worst Pistons despite Kyrie Irving’s 40 points

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