Fearless Forecast Week: 2 || 1.7 REC, 19.6 YDS, 0.1 TD
Projected Points: 3.15
Fearless Forecast Week: 2 || 1.7 REC, 19.6 YDS, 0.1 TD
Projected Points: 3.15
Rock legend Jimi Hendrix died 51 years ago on 18 September, 1970.
The Saints will be missing more than half their assistant coaches.
After a challenging and low-rated season of “The Real Housewives of New York City,” for the first time in “Real Housewives” history, Bravo has canceled the show’s reunion episodes. On Friday, a Bravo spokesperson told Variety: “Due to scheduling challenges around taping the reunion of ‘The Real Housewives of New York City’ in a timely […]
Colt Brennan set numerous NCAA records and drew national attention leading Hawaii from 2005-07.
The "Cruel Intentions" actress says she would consider acting again.
A pet owner from Glen Cove, New York, played a prank on her dog by pretending to choke to see his reaction, but the joke quickly turned on her when her pet grabbed a knife and walked toward her with it.The September 9 video shows Haley Deecken making choking gestures before falling over. Her dog Dunkin – who has been trained to pick up the knife on command – momentarily stands over her before going rogue with his knife trick.Deecken, seeing how her prank is spiraling out of control, quickly gets up off the ground.Dunkin did jab Deecken in the back, but the knife was not sharp and neither of them were injured.Deecken told Storyful she has previously played pranks on her pet but his response was much different this time. Credit: @thedeeckendogs via Storyful
A panel of expert advisers to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration on Friday voted in favor of booster shots for Americans 65 and older and those at high risk of severe illness – but stopped short of recommending it them more broadly to those 16 and older.ZIENTS: "We've been working through the last few weeks...to ensure that we are ready for next week."The White House earlier on Friday said it was ready to roll out boosters of the Pfizer vaccine next week if health officials approved them. But Friday's vote, if followed by the FDA, would represent a more modest rollout of booster shots than outlined by the Biden administration, which called for their widespread use six months after people received their first round of shots.Many advisers were critical of the booster plan for those as young as 16, arguing that the data presented by Pfizer and the FDA is incomplete.But they voted unanimously in favor of their use for older Americans, convinced by evidence showing that these individuals were at higher risk of severe COVID-19 and may be more likely to have waning immunity after the first rounds of shots. The panel also recommended that the FDA include healthcare workers and others at high risk of occupational exposure to the virus that causes getting COVID on the job, such as teachers. The FDA will take the panel's recommendations into consideration before making its final decision on boosters.
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US officials acknowledged on September 17 that a drone strike in Kabul during the last days of the American-led evacuation there killed as many as 10 civilians, countering earlier accounts offered by the Pentagon.Following the attack, the American military maintained that the August 29 strike had disrupted a “facilitator” associated with the Islamic State affiliate in Afghanistan, known as ISIS-K. Speaking two days after the August 29 attack, Gen Mark Milley, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, called the strike “righteous.”On Friday, CENTCOM commander Gen Kenneth F McKenzie Jr told reporters that after an investigation, those initial assessments were found to be incorrect.“I am now convinced that as many as 10 civilians, including up to seven children, were tragically killed in that strike,” said McKenzie. “Moreover, we now assess that it is unlikely that the vehicle and those who died were associated with ISIS-K or were a direct threat to US forces. I offer my profound condolences to the family and friends of those who were killed.” Credit: US Department of Defense via Storyful
A California jury on Friday found multimillionaire real estate heir Robert Durst guilty of murdering his best friend Susan Berman in 2000, the first homicide conviction for a man suspected of killing three people in three states over the past 39 years. Durst, 78 and frail, will likely die in prison as the jury also found him guilty of the special circumstances of lying in wait and killing a witness, which carry a mandatory life sentence. Superior Court Judge Mark Windham, who oversaw the trial, set a sentencing hearing for Oct. 18.
In what the Pentagon is calling a ‘tragic mistake’ - the U.S. military on Friday admitted that a drone strike in Kabul last month killed as many as 10 civilians, including up to seven children. Senior U.S. officers had previously said the August 29th strike - that took place as foreign troops completed the last stages of their withdrawal from Afghanistan - targeted an Islamic State suicide bomber who posed an imminent threat to Kabul airport. But following an investigation - U.S. General Frank McKenzie admitted Friday they were wrong:“...We now assess that it is unlikely that the vehicle and those who died were associated with ISIS-K or were a direct threat to US forces. I offer my profound condolences to the family and friends of those who were killed. This strike was taken in the earnest belief that it would prevent an imminent threat to our forces and the evacuees at the airport. But it was a mistake, and I offer my sincere apology.” McKenzie said the Pentagon is considering reparations for the civilians killed. Friday’s announcement comes weeks after reports emerged that civilians, including children, were the victims of the drone strike… One that came three days after an Islamic State suicide bomber killed 13 U.S. troops and scores of Afghan civilians who had crowded outside Kabul’s airport, desperate to evacuate after the Taliban swept to power. "...We did not have the luxury of time to develop a pattern of life and to do a number of other things. We struck under the theory of reasonable certainty. Probably our strikes in Afghanistan going forward will be under a higher standard. That's a policy matter, not a purely military matter. But I don't think you should draw any conclusions about our ability to strike in Afghanistan against ISIS-K targets in the future based on this particular strike.” While it is rare for senior Pentagon officials to apologize personally for civilians killed in strikes, the U.S. military does put out reports on civilians killed in operations around the world. In a statement, Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin said the August 29th drone strike had killed a man who worked for a non-profit called Nutrition and Education International. Austin said he asked for a review of the strike investigation, which could include "accountability measures"
The claim to theatrical fame of the Long Island hamlet of Yaphank has thus far rested with PG Wodehouse, who included the town in his lyrics for Jerome Kern’s satirical hymn to the simple life, “Bungalow in Quogue.” But in the new play by current Tony Awards nominee Bess Wohl (“Grand Horizons”), now playing at […]
A new blaze, dubbed the Emigrant Fire, had grown to 180 acres and was zero percent contained within an hour of initial reports on Friday, September 17, according to the Angeles National Forest.A first-alarm brushfire response was ordered as crews “aggressively” battled the fire with tankers and helicopters, fire officials said.Road closures were in effect and no structures were threatened as of 2:48 pm on Friday, according to the Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff’s Station.This footage filmed by ALERTWildfire’s Gorman camera shows a one-hour timelapse of the fire on Friday afternoon. Credit: ALERTWildfire via Storyful
A Los Angeles jury convicted Robert Durst on Friday of murdering his best friend 20 years ago, a case that took on new life after the New York real estate heir participated in a documentary that connected him to the slaying that was linked to his wife’s 1982 disappearance. Durst, 78, was not in court for the verdict from the jury that deliberated about seven hours over three days. Durst, who faces a mandatory term of life in prison without parole when sentenced Oct. 18, was convicted of the first-degree murder of Susan Berman.
North Carolina judges struck down the state’s latest photo voter identification law on Friday, agreeing with minority voters that Republicans rammed through rules tainted by racial bias as a way to remain in power.
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