At long last, jury gets closing arguments in Depp trial

By MATTHEW BARAKAT FALLS CHURCH, Va. (AP) — Johnny Depp’s lawyers asked a jury Friday “to give Mr. Depp his life back” by finding that his ex-wife, Amber Heard, committed libel. Heard “ruined his life by falsely telling the world she was a survivor of domestic abuse at the hands of Mr. Depp,” lawyer Camille… Continue reading At long last, jury gets closing arguments in Depp trial

Radnor High School Dismisses Students After Going On Lockdown Due To Bomb Threat

WAYNE, Pa. (CBS) — Radnor High School has dismissed its students after going on lockdown due to a bomb threat on Friday. The school says a written threat was discovered in the bathroom. Out of an abundance of caution, based on time of day & length of time anticipated for police to complete full sweep… Continue reading Radnor High School Dismisses Students After Going On Lockdown Due To Bomb Threat

Oilers reach West final, eager to add to storied legacy

EDMONTON, Alberta (AP) — The Edmonton Oilers have a rich history. Connor McDavid and Co. are eager to add another memorable chapter. McDavid’s overtime goal Thursday night in Calgary clinched the first playoff Battle of Alberta in 31 years as the Oilers defeated the rival Flames 5-4 to move onto the Western Conference final. Whether… Continue reading Oilers reach West final, eager to add to storied legacy

On-scene commander decided not to try to breach classrooms in Texas elementary school shooting, official says

[Breaking news update, 12:36 p.m. ET] While a gunman slaughtered children inside locked adjoining classrooms in a Texas elementary school, a group of 19 law enforcement officers stood in a hallway outside and took no action as they waited for more equipment, a state law enforcement official said Friday. “The on-scene commander at that time… Continue reading On-scene commander decided not to try to breach classrooms in Texas elementary school shooting, official says

Checking in on the superstar shortstops the Yankees passed on during the offseason

It was not long ago that the baseball world cast an eye of confused suspicion on the Yankees. That was before the 32-13 start that’s caused the haters to clam up. But an offseason without any superstar acquisitions felt peculiar, especially as the Yankees could have, theoretically, taken their pick of any of the available… Continue reading Checking in on the superstar shortstops the Yankees passed on during the offseason

Students who survived Texas school attack describe scene

UVALDE, Texas (AP) — A young survivor of the massacre at a Texas elementary school said she covered herself with a friend’s blood and pretended to be dead while she waited for help to arrive. Miah Cerrillo, 11, told CNN that she and a friend called 911 from her dead teacher’s phone Tuesday and waited for what… Continue reading Students who survived Texas school attack describe scene

Consumers find slightly lower lobster prices as summer nears

PORTLAND, Maine (AP) — Lobster prices are dipping somewhat just before Memorial Day weekend — the unofficial start of the industry’s critical summer season. The price of lobster and seafood at large has shot up in recent years, and the price to lobster fishermen at the docks increased by about 60% last year. But lobster… Continue reading Consumers find slightly lower lobster prices as summer nears

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Stores have too much stuff; Get ready for discounts

(CBS Boston) — Some welcome news for shoppers getting squeezed by inflation: promotions on televisions, furniture, clothing, sporting goods, and other big-ticket purchases are ramping up. Target, Walmart, Best Buy, Urban Outfitters, and other top retailers have said in recent weeks that they are sitting on too much inventory for some of their products. As… Continue reading Stores have too much stuff; Get ready for discounts

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Conferencia Episcopal de Italia encarga un estudio sobre abusos sexuales del clero por primera vez en su historia

(CNN) –– La Conferencia Episcopal de Obispos Italianos (CEI) encargó por primera vez en su historia un estudio acerca de los casos de abuso sexual por parte de la Iglesia en el país a partir de 2001. El presidente de la CEI, el cardenal Matteo Maria Zuppi, dijo en una conferencia de prensa en Roma… Continue reading Conferencia Episcopal de Italia encarga un estudio sobre abusos sexuales del clero por primera vez en su historia

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