Maggie Michael, Associated Press Updated 11:02 am PDT, Thursday, April 11, 2019 Sudanese celebrate after officials said the military had forced longtime autocratic President Omar al-Bashir to step down after 30 years in power in Khartoum, Sudan, Thursday, April 11, 2019. Sudanese celebrate after officials said the military had forced longtime autocratic President Omar al-Bashir to step down after 30 years in power in Khartoum, Sudan, Thursday, April 11, 2019. Photo: AP Photo: AP Image 1 of / 1 Caption Close Image 1 of 1 Sudanese celebrate after officials said the military had forced longtime autocratic President Omar al-Bashir to step down after 30 years in power in Khartoum, Sudan, Thursday, April 11, 2019. Sudanese celebrate after officials said the military had forced … [Read more...] about Leader of Sudan coup on US sanction list for Darfur genocide
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Amid the Mueller report showing no collusion between President Donald Trump and Russia in the 2016 presidential election, MSNBC’s Joe Scarborough questioned Sunday why Trump and his associates lied in the investigation.“[T]his was a very good day for the president of the United States politically,” Scarborough stated. He went on to say that Trump and associates “could’ve made things easier” on themselves had they not lied “repeatedly” during the investigation and campaign trail. “I think one of the questions that will remain for quite some time is that if there was no collusion, and we can be convinced of that today, why did Donald Trump, and why did his administration and why did everybody close to him lie about contacts that they had with Russia throughout the course of the campaign? I guess the answer to that may just be pure, basic greed. He wanted to build a tower in Moscow,” said Scarborough. Follow … [Read more...] about Scarborough: If There Was No Collusion, Why Did Trump, Associates Lie About Russia?
Dec 12, 10:17 PM EST Newsletter Signup BusinessTechnologyWorldNationalMedia & CultureOpinionSportsLuxury National By Dawn Geske 12/12/18 AT 1:01 PM In the wee morning hours Wednesday, not one but two earthquakes hit Eastern Tennessee. The effects of the earthquakes were strong enough to be felt in Middle Tennessee and even reached Atlanta.The U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) reported the earthquakes registering at 4.4 and 3.3 magnitudes, respectively. The quakes developed near Decanter, Tennessee, in Meigs County.Effects of the earthquakes were widespread as reports indicated that areas southwest of Knoxville, Tennessee, and north of Chattanooga, Tennessee, felt the 4.4 magnitude quake which occurred at 3:14 a.m. The second quake followed just minutes later at 3:27 a.m.The USGS has reported that the 4.4 earthquake was the strongest on record in the eastern part of the state. The strongest earthquake ever recorded in Tennessee, according to the organization, registered 4.7 on the … [Read more...] about Tennessee Earthquake Update 2018: Why Did They Happen?
Feature 22 // 09 Dec 2018, 20:58 IST SHARE On Saturday night, Chelsea's scintillating win against Premier League champions Manchester City was overshadowed by an incident of alleged racism from a Chelsea fan as Raheem Sterling was preparing to take a corner close to Stamford Bridge's The Matthew Harding Stand. The video, that went viral after multiple fans spotted it before uploading the footage to Twitter, appears to show one Chelsea fan leaning over the advertising board to call Sterling a 'f*cking black c*unt'. Sterling responded on Sunday morning via Instagram, in which he blamed the British media's coverage of black footballers for the reason behind the treatment some receive for their lifestyle. The 24-year-old wrote: “You have two young players starting out there careers both play for the same team, both have done the right thing. Which is buy a new house for there mothers who have put in a lot of time and love into … [Read more...] about Why Has It Taken Raheem Sterling To Suffer Racial Discrimination Before People In The Media Realised Enough Is Enough?
One of the most anticipated Iron Bowls of all time was going to overtime. Until it wasn’t. The most unforgettable second in college football history gave us the Kick Six. It was Week 13 of the 2013 season. No. 1 Alabama and No. 4 Auburn, rivals meeting for the 77th time since 1893, were deadlocked after 59 minutes and 59 seconds at Jordan–Hare Stadium. Alabama had the ball on Auburn’s 38-yard line when a replay review put that last second back on the clock. With a chance to seal the win before overtime, Nick Saban sent his backup kicker, Adam Griffith, out for a 57-yard field goal attempt. Auburn had safety Ryan Smith deep in the end zone to field a short kick. But Gus Malzhan, with two timeouts remaining, opted to call one. Whether or not the icing would matter, Auburn offensive coordinator Rhett Lashlee used the chance to suggest a key personnel change. Enter Chris Davis. ”I remember looking up and seeing him [Smith] under the goal post,” Lashlee told … [Read more...] about How to tell the story of the Kick Six as it happens in front of you