“One thing we do know is that whatever hateful agenda drove these men to such heinous acts will not — cannot — prevail. Whatever they thought they could ultimately achieve, they’ve already failed. They failed because the people of Boston refused to be intimidated. They failed because, as Americans, we refused to be terrorized.” … [Read more...] about The Terrorists Didn’t Fail
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As Curry nears his return from a broken bone in his left hand that has sidelined him for 52 games, he is again making the transcendent look routine. This is big news for a Warriors team that has had little to cheer this season. When Curry was injured in an Oct. 30 loss to Phoenix, Golden State turned its focus toward preparing for 2020-21. Now, with little more than a week until his target return date, Curry has many believing the Warriors can vault back to contention next season. … [Read more...] about ‘You see the brilliance’: Stephen Curry dazzles in first scrimmage since injury
She said she asked him to stop undressing and touching her; instead, she alleged, he raped her. “[She] felt paralyzed and thought the only way to get Sam to stop was to just let him do what he wanted,” police wrote. Several months later, the woman told police she would not testify and wanted the case closed. … [Read more...] about This Utah Man Beat Sex Allegations for Years. A 6-Year-Old May Change That.
"This was an accident, and a criminal prosecution with a potential penalty of fourteen years imprisonment is simply not a proportionate response. We have been in contact with the UK authorities about ways in which Anne could assist with preventing accidents like this from happening in the future, as well as her desire to honor Harry's memory. We will continue that dialogue in an effort to move forward from this terrible tragedy. But Anne will not return voluntarily to the United Kingdom to face a potential jail sentence for what was a terrible but unintentional accident," she added. … [Read more...] about Teen accident victim’s family call for UK to block Julian Assange’s US extradition
Balian’s attorney denied, both in court and in a statement to The Times, that the detective had any role in the shooting. He called into question Sanchez’s credibility and motives, saying he and other witnesses were “obviously trying to help themselves, and if they can help themselves by pointing a finger at a high-profile cop, so be it.” Sanchez has pleaded guilty to extortion and narcotics trafficking charges. Jeff Mitchell, the assistant U.S. attorney who prosecuted Balian, said in a sentencing memo there wasn’t enough evidence to tie him to the attack conclusively. … [Read more...] about A decorated detective, a suspected mobster: How a secret alliance ended in claims of blood and betrayal