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Strict rules on social gatherings were introduced after spike in infections over the winter
Ships armed with machine guns conducted ‘unsafe and unprofessional manoeuvres’, says American official
After a longer-than-expected pit stop as a minor league outfielder, Tim Tebow is reportedly continuing his unconventional professional sports career and will head back to the gridiron for the first time since 2015. Tebow, a legendary Heisman Trophy- and national championship-winning quarterback for the University of Florida who couldn't quite cut it in the NFL, is close to inking a 1-year deal with the Jacksonville Jaguars, which would reunite him with his old college coach, Urban Meyer, the NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reports. Tebow won't be lining up under center for his second go round in the NFL, though. This time, he'll be trying to make the roster as tight end, a positional move that a lot of analysts thought the 33-year-old should've made to prolong his career when he was younger. Assuming nothing changes in the next few days and Tebow and the Jaguars complete their deal, there's no guarantee he'll make the final roster. But it looks like there's a chance the clock will strike "Tebow Time" once again. More stories from theweek.com5 scathingly funny cartoons about anti-vaxxers jeopardizing herd immunityDoomsday for bad bossesRussia: 19-year-old gunman killed at least 7 students, teacher at middle school
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Arizona general manager Bill Armstrong opted to stand pat at the NHL trade deadline, believing the Coyotes had the right roster to make the playoffs. When they came up short yet again, the Coyotes made a big change, firing coach Rick Tocchet a day after the season ended. Arizona got off to an uneven start but pulled itself into playoff contention with a solid stretch in March, so Armstrong opted to not make any moves at the trade deadline.
Fifteen years ago, fans of grunge band frontman requested FBI and U.S Attorney General look into claims he was murdered
‘ I can see why you don’t want to talk about Dominion Voting Systems,’ says former speech writer for Barack Obama
Three adults are dead and a child was injured after a shooting inside a home in Laurel. Anne Arundel County police responded to the 200 block of Federalsburg South around 9:30 p.m. Monday for a report of a shooting.
Larry Hogan says party has turned into ‘circular firing squad’ against itself over loyalty to former president
Critic of former president says he would be first to board a ‘lifeboat’ if GOP sinks
If you’re at Dolphin Mall to shop and eat, you can now get a shot, too.
Nepal’s prime minister lost a vote of confidence in parliament Monday, ending his attempt to show he has enough support to remain in office. Only 93 lawmakers backed Prime Minister Khadga Prasad Oli, while 124 voted against him. President Bidhya Devi Bhandari is expected to ask Oli to lead a caretaker government while parties in parliament seek to form a new government.
‘The House GOP has a massive opportunity to upgrade this week from warmonger Liz Cheney to gifted communicator Elise Stefanik,’ the ex-president wrote in a statement on Monday
Fanatical Trump supporter again accused company of conspiracy, encouraging employees to turn themselves in
Diplomats and spies struck with headaches, loss of balance and other symptoms
Delmar police Cpl. Keith Heacook is being laid to rest Monday.
The regression of Luke Weaver's pitching career over the past two years has been a tough thing for everybody around the Diamondbacks to explain. “Enough was enough,” Weaver said. The right-hander pitched scoreless ball into the seventh inning for his best outing in nearly a month, which helped Arizona snap a six-game losing streak with a 5-2 win over the Miami Marlins on Monday night.
OSIRIS-REx made history last fall when it touched down on the asteroid Bennu, and now, the NASA spacecraft is on its way back to Earth with some souvenirs from the trip. OSIRIS-REx started the two-year journey back home on Monday, carrying rubble it collected from the surface of Bennu, an asteroid believed to be as tall as the Empire State Building and 4.5 billion years old. This was NASA's first mission to try to get a piece of an asteroid, and principal scientist Dante Lauretta of the University of Arizona told The Associated Press it is estimated that OSIRIS-REx is holding between half a pound and a pound of rubble — much more than the goal of two ounces. The spacecraft was launched in September 2016, and orbited Bennu for two years, sending back "new and exciting images and data," Lauretta said. The samples are set to arrive in a capsule dropping in Utah on Sept. 24, 2023, and the rubble could help scientists better understand how planets were formed and life began on Earth. More stories from theweek.com5 scathingly funny cartoons about anti-vaxxers jeopardizing herd immunityDoomsday for bad bossesRussia: 19-year-old gunman killed at least 7 students, teacher at middle school
Chatham County Manager Dan LaMontagne’s $149.9 million recommended budget asks homeowners to pay a little more property tax next year and gives county employees a raise.
Afghan translators fear the Taliban will kill them after the U.S. leaves.