Protesters: ‘Cop City’ activist’s killing doesn’t make sense

ATLANTA (AP) — Tortuguita’s cautious voice rang out from a platform amid the tall pines the first time Vienna met them: “Who goes there?” she remembers them calling. The tree-dweller, who chose the moniker Tortuguita – Spanish for “Little Turtle” – over their given name, was perched above the forest floor in the woods just… Continue reading Protesters: ‘Cop City’ activist’s killing doesn’t make sense

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Tyre Nichols case revives calls for change in police culture

MEMPHIS, Tenn. (AP) — An unarmed Black man dies after a videotaped beating by police. The officers involved are fired. After a thorough review of the evidence, criminal charges are swiftly filed against the offending officers. Investigation, accountability and charges. This is often the most Black citizens can hope for as the deaths continue. Nationwide,… Continue reading Tyre Nichols case revives calls for change in police culture

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New lawsuit claim: John Angelos and mother ‘plundered’ tens of millions from ailing Orioles owner Peter Angelos

An explosive new court filing alleges Orioles chairman and CEO John Angelos and his mother “plundered” tens of millions of dollars from ailing team owner Peter Angelos, bought a greater share of the franchise and shielded assets from potential creditors. The allegations were made by Peter Angelos’ younger son, Louis Angelos, in an updated lawsuit… Continue reading New lawsuit claim: John Angelos and mother ‘plundered’ tens of millions from ailing Orioles owner Peter Angelos

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Outrage follows Canadian theater’s announcement of black-only performances

A Canadian taxpayer-funded theater organization has stirred uproar by promoting an event that will be restricted to “Black-identifying audiences.” On February 17 — the middle of Black History Month — the National Arts Centre in Ottawa will host a “Black Out” night at its Babs Asper Theatre for the performance of “Is God Is,” a… Continue reading Outrage follows Canadian theater’s announcement of black-only performances

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Brown forces OT, Celtics snap skid by beating LA 125-121

BOSTON (AP) — Jaylen Brown scored 37 points, completing a tying three-point play with 4.1 seconds left in regulation and adding 11 more in overtime as the NBA-leading Boston Celtics snapped a three-game losing streak by beating the archrival Los Angeles Lakers 125-121 on Saturday night. Brown added nine rebounds, Jayson Tatum had 30 points… Continue reading Brown forces OT, Celtics snap skid by beating LA 125-121

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