• September 28, 2021

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Sports

Exclusive: Fantasy Injury Updates: Latest news on DeAndre Hopkins, Kenny

There’s already been plenty of bad news on the WR front, as Antonio Brown (COVID), Diontae Johnson (knee), and Russell Gage (ankle) have been ruled out and Tee Higgins (shoulder) and Jamison Crowder (groin) are “doubtful.” Hopefully, you’ve already planned ahead for life without those guys, but it’s the “questionable” pass-catchers, such as DeAndre Hopkins, Kenny […]Read More

Politics News

Exclusive: ICE faces continued calls to release detained immigrants rather

“When the ICE detention program at the Essex County Jail closed earlier this year, our offices made several inquiries encouraging you to release detained individuals who did not fall within the enforcement priorities outlined by Secretary Mayorkas, rather than transferring said individuals to detention centers located several states away,” Sens. Bob Menendez and Cory Booker tell the […]Read More

Politics News

Exclusive: Judge calls ‘Sheriff’ patch man donned for Capitol insurrection

Arrested mid-August for his part in the insurrection, McAbee, 27, was seen via a Metropolitan Police officer’s body-worn video dragging the officer to the ground and repeatedly hitting and kicking him in the head and body. However, on September 8, a Tennessee federal magistrate judge ordered McAbee released with conditions you might give a middle schooler. Ordering […]Read More

Business

Exclusive: NIH Director Collins calls Israeli data ‘impressive’

A patient receives his booster dose of the Pfizer-BioNTech coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccine during an Oakland County Health Department vaccination clinic at the Southfield Pavilion on August 24, 2021 in Southfield, Michigan. Emily Elconin | Getty Images National Institutes of Health Director Dr. Francis Collins called Israel’s data on Covid-19 booster shots “impressive,” noting that they […]Read More

Sports

Exclusive: Wife of Joe Kinnear calls for more help for

Tottenham legend and former Newcastle manager Joe Kinnear has been living with dementia since 2015, his family has revealed. Kinnear’s wife Bonnie has confirmed her husband, who was forced to retire from playing football at the age of 30, was diagnosed with early onset vascular dementia in 2015 and his condition has since deteriorated. Ex-Newcastle […]Read More