Getty Images New York Liberty guard Sabrina Ionescu needed less than 30 seconds to make history on Saturday night. With an assist to Crystal Dangerfield on the team’s first possession, Ionescu became the first WNBA player to record 500 points, 200 rebounds and 200 assists in a single season. TakingRead More →

In her presentation to Weiss’ class, Yavorska-Antrobius touched on important points and figures in Ukrainian history to explain that the issues behind the war have existed for centuries. She also showed current artwork illustrating and dealing with the invasion, such as photos, posters and cartoons that anonymous artists surreptitiously makeRead More →

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE July 28, 2022 Contact: [email protected] Governor Whitmer visits Mound Road after pouring $32 million into the recent bipartisan budget to repair and expand the causeway LANSING, Mich. — Governor Gretchen Whitmer visited the road repair works on Mound Road in Sterling Heights today. As part of theRead More →

WASHINGTON, DC – U.S. Senator Ted Cruz (R-Texas), along with Senators Tim Scott (RS.C.) and Cynthia Lummis (R-Wyo.), introduced a resolution to cement the historic definition of a recession economic. Historically, an economic recession has been defined as two consecutive quarters of negative GDP growth. Of the resolution, Senator CruzRead More →

RICHMOND, Va. (WWBT) — A former Hunter Holmes McGuire Veterans Medical Center nurse pleaded guilty on Tuesday to allegedly stealing more than $2 million in COVID-19 unemployment benefits from multiple state agencies. Heather Huffman, 52, and her co-conspirators submitted fake jobless claims under different names, including fabricated employment and salaryRead More →

Nikola Tesla, a visionary scientist known for his groundbreaking innovations, generated ideas that transformed lives. He was far ahead of his contemporaries in the field of scientific development, and also relished the role of a showman. Although he created several fortunes, Tesla died almost penniless. The richest man in theRead More →

Comment this story Comment Mississippi’s only abortion clinic, the Jackson Women’s Health Organization, will close its doors on Wednesday after business closed following a trial judge’s refusal to block the law triggering abortion from taking effect. state, instituting an almost total ban on abortion. “Without any further action, today willRead More →

From Agatha Christie novels to gay porn montages, the source material for the Film London Jarman Award 2022 nominees list is as varied as the work itself. This year’s contenders for the £10,000 prize include British-Kenyan filmmaker Grace Ndiritu, whose 2021 film Black Beauty features an advertisement for a factorRead More →

The Los Angeles Dodgers Foundation (LADF) and the Los Angeles Sports & Entertainment Commission (LASEC) are teaming up for the eighth annual Dodgers All-Access at Dodger Stadium, scheduled for Monday night. A a limited number of tickets remain available, with proceeds from the event benefiting LADF and LASEC. The DodgersRead More →

Carrie Hurihanganui has been making the most of international travel since the New Zealand border reopened this year. In October, Hurihanganui was appointed Auckland International Airport’s first female chief executive in its 55-year history, succeeding Adrian Littlewood who spent nine years in the role. Since making his debut in February,Read More →

University of Oregon Department of Athletics Honors 50e Title IX anniversary on Thursday by celebrating milestone achievements in Oregon’s athletic history and also celebrating the progress of the department’s fundraising campaign to mark the anniversary. Throughout Thursday, the OU Athletic Department is using its social media channels to celebrate milestonesRead More →

Chance Paupanekis credits much of his well-being to learning his traditional language. Paupanekis, who is from the Norway House Cree Nation in northern Manitoba, is studying Ininimowin — a Cree language with five main dialects, according to Aboriginal languages ​​of Manitoba. Language is more than just words in their culture,Read More →

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Tom Hardy’s portrayal as Bane in The dark knight rises was only the second attempt to adapt the supervillain into live-action, the first being a “must-see” performance in batman and robin. Character criticism aside, Hardy delivered a stellar performance, crafting an imposing character, despite his height difference from Christian Bale,Read More →

In the decades before World War II, African American history taught in American public schools was remarkably backward and racist. The inferiority of blacks was assumed, Africa seen as a primitive land devoid of great civilizations, slavery as a necessary and benevolent institution, and blacks incapable of self-determination. Dismantling theseRead More →

June is Pride Month in the United States, commemorating the Stonewall Riots that began on June 28, 1969. They marked a turning point for a new generation of political activism. This is an opportunity to celebrate queer people throughout history and to continue the fight for full and equal rightsRead More →

Jerry Granderson, former director of Oregon’s Department of Public Safety Standards and Training, said he was criticized for appointing a man of color as its training administrator. resentment for ensuring a serious investigation was carried out into former training supervisor Michael Stradley stemming from his role in the false arrestRead More →

Mark Zuckerberg once called Meta’s new COO Javier Olivan “one of the most influential people in Facebook history.” But unlike her predecessor Sheryl Sandberg, Olivan has intentionally kept a low profile during her more than 14 years as Facebook’s growth czar. Initially tasked with growing Facebook’s user base outside theRead More →

As invading Russian forces prepare to seize crucial towns in eastern Ukraine, Germany has pledged to supply the war-torn country with some of the modern weapons to fight the Russian invasion. Germany claimed it would supply Ukraine with advanced “anti-aircraft missile systems” and “radar systems”. According to a Associated PressRead More →