Alabama Insider Discusses Possibility Of Jalen Hurts Changing Positions

first_imgJalen Hurts of the Alabama Crimson Tide looks on during the second half of the game against the Mercer Bears at Bryant-Denny Stadium.TUSCALOOSA, AL – NOVEMBER 18: Jalen Hurts #2 of the Alabama Crimson Tide looks on during the second half of the game against the Mercer Bears at Bryant-Denny Stadium on November 18, 2017 in Tuscaloosa, Alabama. (Photo by Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images)If he doesn’t win the Alabama quarterback battle, could we see Jalen Hurts at a different position? Maybe, but one Alabama insider doesn’t think it is the best move.Hurts is going up against Tua Tagovailoa for the starting quarterback position. Hurts won the job a game into the 2016 season, and has led the Crimson Tide to back-to-back national championship game appearances.Of course, it was Tagovailoa who sealed the 2017 title victory against Georgia. The Bulldogs defense effectively bottled up Hurts, and Tagovailoa was able to take the top off of it and lead Alabama to a comeback win when he came in at halftime.Tagovailoa is widely expected to win the job, whenever that decision is made. It is likely that the battle will last into the season.At SEC Media Days, Nick Saban admitted that he didn’t know for sure if Jalen Hurts would even be in Tuscaloosa to start the season. Hurts has reportedly informed his coach that he will definitely be on the roster when Alabama travels to Orlando to open up against Louisville.BamaOnline’s Travis Reier weighed in on the possibility of Alabama finding another role for Jalen Hurts in the offense, if he doesn’t start at quarterback.While another roster may be able to do so, Reier thinks that Alabama has too much talent across the board for it to really make sense. From 247Sports:“(A position switch) would feel manufactured or forced than anything,” Reier said. “Looking at what (Alabama) has and who they have. They utilize guys in a way in which they can get matchups based on formations with any of the guys. I mean, Jalen would be going up against Henry Ruggs in the slot. That’s tough. I think Nick believes there are some situational packages Alabama could use Jalen in instead of another position, but again, that goes back to how he’s going to sell that to Jalen.“I think at a lot of programs, that would be an easy sort of move for him. The problem Jalen has at Alabama is that they’ve got big-time guys already in those spots. They’re not void of options. Even from a depth standpoint, they’ve still got dudes. That’s the dilemma with Jalen (playing a position) other than quarterback. It’s not as easy as some people think. Forget about the personnel, there’s some nuances that have to be taken into account.”There is also a question about whether Hurts would be open to a position change. If it was a situational thing, I’m sure he’d like to help the team however he can. Still, if he views his future at quarterback, and plans to play QB somewhere else after his December graduation, which is being hinted at by just about everyone at this point, pulling his attention away from developing at that spot may not be the most wise thing.[247Sports]last_img read more

Minister Grange Unveils Maquette of the Bolt Statue

first_img The unveiling of the Maquette took place today (June 16) at a Press Briefing called by the Minister at the Spanish Court Hotel. Story Highlights The Minister of Culture, Gender, Entertainment and Sport, the Honourable Olivia Grange, today unveiled a maquette of the statue which will be mounted at Statue Park at the National Stadium in honour of Usain Bolt, considered by many across the world to be the greatest sprinter in the history of track and field. Minister reminded that in February of this year the renowned Jamaican sculptor Mr Basil Watson was ommissioned to design and create statues of four of Jamaica’s outstanding sports stars, Usain Bolt, Shelly Ann Fraser Pryce, Veronica Campbell Brown and Asafa Powell. Kingston, June 16, 2017 – The Minister of Culture, Gender, Entertainment and Sport, the Honourable Olivia Grange, today unveiled a maquette of the statue which will be mounted at Statue Park at the National Stadium in honour of Usain Bolt, considered by many across the world to be the greatest sprinter in the history of track and field.The unveiling of the Maquette took place today (June 16) at a Press Briefing called by the Minister at the Spanish Court Hotel. She was joined in the act of unveiling by Dr. Warren Blake President of the JAAA; Mr. Ian Forbes, a director of the Sports Development Foundation (SDF); Mr. Dennis Gordon of the Racers Track Club and Christopher Scott, 2017 Champion Boy of the INSPORTS Primary Schools Athletics Championships and a student of Old Harbour Primary School.Minister reminded that in February of this year the renowned Jamaican sculptor Mr Basil Watson was ommissioned to design and create statues of four of Jamaica’s outstanding sports stars, Usain Bolt, Shelly Ann Fraser Pryce, Veronica Campbell Brown and Asafa Powell.“The commissioning of the statues is part of the process of memorialising and celebrating the historical, social, symbolic and aesthetic value of Jamaica’s athletic achievement. Importantly, as well, this is about adding economic value to Jamaica’s sport tourism offering.”She said they would be delivered over two years, the first being the statue of Usain Bolt, which will be ready in August. “We chose that time for installation to coincide with Usain’s retirement and our nation’s 55th anniversary of Independence,” the Minister explained to the Press Briefing.Miss Grange said the exact time of the unveiling would be determined by Bolt’s schedule and the availability of other athletes to attend the Ceremony at Statue Road at the National Stadium. She said it could be in October.Minister Grange pointed out that along the way in the production process, the athletes had been consulted by the sculptor about the design of their statues.She said that at each stage, the sculptor had provided a maquette to show a visual representation of the sculpture.She assured the nation that the image of a statue that is circulating on social media and causing concern, is not the work of Basil Watson. Minister Grange said that there was no way that Mr Watson, who she described as super star himself, would have produced the image that was posted on social media.“There is no way that Basil Watson, who sculpted the statue of Herb McKenley in Independence Park, would have produced that image. That is simply fake news”, the Minister said.Minister Grange said there would be some adjustments by the sculptor before arriving at the final product but she gave the assurance that, “It would look like Usain Bolt in the end.”“We know that our athletes — particularly Usain Bolt — will be spoken of and studied by athletes, fans and lovers of sport for generations to come. As with Bob Marley, we anticipate that the people of the world will come to Jamaica to see sights associated with Bolt and our other sports stars and to learn about their history,” Minister Grange concluded.last_img read more

Mans death in New Brunswick prison preventable correctional investigator

first_imgDORCHESTER, N.B. – The death of a man who was repeatedly pepper sprayed at a New Brunswick prison was preventable, Canada’s correctional investigator has found in a damning review that concludes unnecessary force was used.Matthew Ryan Hines, who was serving a five-year sentence at Dorchester Penitentiary for offences including robbery, died on May 26, 2015.In a report released Tuesday, Ivan Zinger said the repeated use of pepper spray at very close range appears to have contributed to Hines’s rapid onset of medical complications.Zinger found correctional staff used unnecessary physical and chemical force, even as Hines was “clearly and fully” under control by the guards, and failed to properly respond to the ensuing medical emergency.“In this case, everything that could go wrong in a use-of-force intervention went wrong,” said Zinger.He said those factors ultimately led to the 33-year-old’s death by acute asphyxia due to pulmonary edema — a condition caused by excess fluid in the lungs.A statement from the Hines family said they were grateful for the thorough investigation. They said Hines struggled with mental illness since he was an adolescent, and they said it is important that Canadians “understand the truth of what happened to him.”“The commitment that (the correctional investigator’s office) has shown in the investigation of Matthew’s death has given us hope that no one else will suffer as Matthew did,” the statement said.The statement also noted that his family was initially told that he died of a seizure.Zinger’s report said Correctional Service Canada provided misleading and incomplete information to the public and the family about the circumstances surrounding Hines’s death.The report also raises questions about the adequacy of the service investigating and disciplining itself.“Although the internal investigation identified 21 legal and policy violations in the staff response, subsequent staff disciplinary proceedings were inherently flawed and self-serving,” said Zinger,“Corrective measures taken after the fact failed to reflect the nature and gravity of staff errors and omissions that contributed to this tragic, and, by my estimation, avertable death.”Correctional Services Canada has said one person was fired and three others were disciplined.Zinger’s report makes 10 recommendations, all of which have been accepted by Correctional Service Canada.Public Safety Minister Ralph Goodale said he supports the recommendations. He said the Hines family and the wider public deserved to know how and why he died.“We can do more to prevent deaths in custody,” Goodale said in a statement.“Moving forward, I am confident that implementing the recommendations, along with the changes (Correctional Services Canada) has already undertaken, will mean greater accountability, transparency, and most importantly, safety for all Canadians.”The recommendations include several aimed at addressing systemic gaps in how Correctional Service Canada staff respond to medical emergencies.It also directs the service to immediately develop a separate intervention plan for front-line staff in recognizing and responding to medical and mental-health emergencies.Last September, the investigation into Hines’s death was reopened by the RCMP.last_img read more

Closing Bell TSX advances amid string of positive earnings reports

TORONTO — Strong earnings reports helped push the Toronto stock market higher Thursday.Here are the closing numbersTSX — 12,379.64 +58.35 0.47%S&P 500 — 1,597.59 +14.89 0.94%Dow — 14,831.58 +130.63 0.89%Nasdaq — 3,340.62 +41.49 1.26%The S&P/TSX composite index climbed 58.35 points at 12,379.64, with investors giving a positive reception to earnings from clothing manufacturer Gildan Activewear (TSX:GIL) and Manulife Financial (TSX:MFC) among others.The Canadian dollar was off 0.02 of a cent to 99.18 cents US.Earnings reports and positive employment news helped push New York markets higher after they also lost ground on Wednesday.The Dow Jones industrial average rose 130.63 points to 14,831.58, the Nasdaq was ahead 41.49 points to close at a 12 1/2 year high of 3,340.62 and the S&P 500 index was up 14.89 points at 1,597.59.There was some positive employment news a day before the U.S. government releases its employment report for April.The number of Americans seeking unemployment aid fell last week to seasonally adjusted 324,000, the lowest since January 2008.“Everyone is looking to the April jobs numbers,” said Tyler Vernon, chief investment officer at Biltmore Capital in New York.Economists forecast that the economy added 160,000 jobs last month. That’s much better than the 88,000 added in March.“People are more confident that it was an anomaly last month and are looking for some bigger numbers.”General Motors’ shares ran up 98 cents to US$31.16 as the automaker’s net income fell 14% to $865 million or 58 cents a share in the first quarter, weighed down by losses in Europe and weaker earnings in North America. Ex-items, GM earned 67 cents per share, compared with analysts’ forecast of 54 cents. Revenue fell 2.3% to $36.9 billion, still slightly ahead of Wall Street’s expectation of $36.6 billion.After the markets closed Wednesday, Facebook said that its quarterly net income was $219 million, or nine cents per share, up from $205 million, also nine cents per share, in the same period a year ago when the company was still private. Its shares rose $1.54 to $28.97.The gain on the TSX made up about half the loss registered Wednesday after data showing lower levels of expansion in manufacturing sectors set off a new round of concerns about the economies of the U.S. and particularly China, punishing resource stocks particularly.“(China) is still growing at a pace that Europe and North America could only wish for,” said Norman Raschkowan, North American strategist for Mackenzie Investments.“But it is decelerating and that’s important for especially the resource sector. And that’s why Canada has been affected by that more than others.”The consumer staples sector rose 1.17% while Loblaw Companies Ltd. (TSX:L) stock gained $2.01 to C$46.76 as it said it is going to include the structural integrity of buildings in audits of suppliers in the wake of a building collapse in Bangladesh that housed one of its suppliers. More than 400 people were killed when the building collapsed last week. One of the factories in the building produced a small number of items for Loblaw’s Joe Fresh clothing line.The financial sector rose 0.92% as Manulife Financial (TSX:MFC) posted net income of $540 million or 28 cents a share, down sharply from $1.22 billion a year ago as insurance sales fell 23% to $619 million. Core earnings for the quarter at Canada’s largest life insurer were up 18% to $619 million, or 32 Canadian cents per share, which matched expectations. Its shares rose 57 cents to $15.33.The consumer discretionary sector was ahead 0.7%. Clothing manufacturer Gildan Activewear (TSX:GIL) reported net earnings of US$72.3 million or 59 cents per share on a diluted basis, exceeding its earlier guidance of 54 to 57 cents per share. Net sales rose more than eight% to US$503 million. It also upgraded its outlook for the year and its shares rose 41 cents to $41.46.Commodity prices were higher after the weak economic data Wednesday pushed prices sharply lower.The metals and mining sector, which is down more than 20% year to date, was ahead 0.86% Thursday while July copper gained two cents to US$3.10 after having tumbled 11 cents Wednesday.HudBay Minerals Inc. (TSX:HBM) rose 18 cents to C$7.92 after it said it had a profit of $1.9 million, or a penny per diluted share for the three-month period ended March 31, down from $3.4 million or three cents per diluted share a year earlier.Industrials also advanced with Canadian Pacific Railway (TSX:CP) ahead $3.48 to $126.64.The gold sector was slightly higher while June bullion recovered most of Wednesday’s loss, up $21.40 to US$1,467.60 an ounce. Barrick Gold (TSX:ABX) ran ahead 36 cents to C$19.71.Goldcorp (TSX:G) earned $309 million compared to $479 million in the first quarter of 2012. Adjusted net earnings totalled $253 million, or 31 cents per share, compared with $404 million or 50 cents per share a year ago. Revenues came in at $1 billion and Goldcorp shares faded 16 cents to $28.91.The energy component was ahead 0.49% as the June crude contract on the New York Mercantile Exchange rose $2.96 to US$93.99 a barrel. Canadian Natural Resources (TSX:CNQ) advanced 47 cents to C$29.47.Elsewhere, SNC-Lavalin Group Inc. (TSX:SNC) shares dropped $1.94 to $41.51 after posting a first-quarter profit of $53.6 million, down from $66 million a year ago. Revenue totalled $1.9 billion, up from $1.79 billion a year ago.Here’s the news investors were watching today:Loblaw’s Weston says troubled by ‘deafening silence’ of retailers after Bangladesh factory collapseSigns that Manulife is getting its house in orderSNC-Lavalin eyes selling assets, cutting stakes in strategy shakeupTD Bank, National Bank slip in ranking of world’s strongest banksWarren Buffett joins Twitter and gains 10,000 followers in 10 minutesON DECK FRIDAY ECONOMIC NEWSCANADA1:30 p.m.Bank of Canada governor Mark Carney speaks in Toronto UNITED STATES8:30 a.m.Employment Report (March): Economists expect a gain of 140,000 jobs and the jobless rate to remain unchanged at 7.6% 10 a.m.Factory orders (March): Economists expect a decline of 2.9% Non-manufacturing ISM index: Economists expect a reading of 54 CORPORATE NEWSCANADAAir Canada Q1 earnings: Analysts expect a loss of 45¢ a share UNITED STATESThe Washington Post Co Q1 earnings: Analysts expect US$3.35 a share Duke Energy Q1 earnings: Analysts expect US$1.08 read more

Alberta regulator shuts down all operations of oil and gas producer Lexin

by Dan Healing, The Canadian Press Posted Feb 15, 2017 11:24 am MDT Last Updated Feb 15, 2017 at 4:20 pm MDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email CALGARY – The Alberta Energy Regulator is taking the unusual step of shutting down all Lexin Resources operations, accusing the Calgary-based oil and gas producer of ignoring orders and regulations for months.Lexin was ordered Wednesday to shut down its estimated 1,660 sites, including 1,380 wells and 201 pipelines across the province.“The AER has very little confidence in Lexin’s ability to conduct their operations safely and we’re taking measures to prevent any increase in public safety, environmental or financial risk,” said Mark Taylor, senior vice-president of the regulator’s closure and liability branch.Lexin officials did not respond to requests for comment Wednesday.Taylor said AER field inspectors are paying special attention to 16 sour gas wells Lexin was operating just south of Calgary because of their proximity to the city. He said there is no present danger to the public.Sour gas contains hydrogen sulphide, a poisonous, corrosive and flammable colourless gas that smells of rotten eggs.Taylor said the AER doesn’t know how much oil and gas Lexin is producing because the company’s last reliable reports were filed nine months ago.According to the regulator, Lexin owes more than $1 million in levies to the Orphan Well Association, which reclaims wells left by owners who can’t or won’t clean up depleted sites. The AER said the company also owes more than $70 million in security for its reclamation obligations.The regulator said it has asked other operators with working interests in Lexin’s licensed operations to secure and shut down those sites. The Orphan Well Association has been asked to shut down the sites where Lexin has no partner.Association chairman Brad Herald said Alberta’s orphan well total will jump from the current tally of 1,590 awaiting abandonment and cleanup. But it should be a temporary rise of six months or so because productive wells will either be returned to Lexin or sold by the AER to other operators.Herald said he estimates the cost of caring for the Lexin wells will be somewhat less than $1 million this year.An AER environmental protection order was also issued to Lexin on Wednesday requiring it to address issues at its Mazeppa sour gas plant 65 kilometres south of Calgary.The regulator said Lexin only partly complied with an order to shut the plant down last August after it laid off all but six of its staff. The AER said all wells feeding the facility have been shut off.Andrew Read, a senior analyst for the Pembina Institute, an environmental group, said he applauds the AER’s order but added that it should move more quickly and administer financial penalties.“I would like to see faster enforcement of breaches of these licence conditions because it does have an impact to, ultimately, what the liability is to the public,” Read said.Taylor said Lexin asked the AER in January to allow it to designate its sour gas wells as “orphans” because of its poor financial condition but allow it continue to operate its other assets, a suggestion that was rejected.The AER says most of the Lexin assets were purchased about two years ago from MFC Industrial. MFC had bought the properties from Calgary-based oil and gas company Compton Petroleum in 2012.Follow @HealingSlowly on Twitter.Note to readers: This is a corrected story. A previous version said all sites belonging to Lexin Resources would be turned over to the Orphan Well Association. Alberta regulator shuts down all operations of oil and gas producer Lexin Resources read more

Former UN General Assembly president appointed to disaster risk reduction water post

Mr. Han will be Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon’s Special Envoy for Disaster Risk Reduction and Water, a position is particularly relevant given the advancements being made on the post-2015 sustainable development agenda to follow the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs). The appointment also comes amid preparations for the post-2015 Hyogo Framework for Action, which will succeed the 10-year Hyogo Framework for Action (HFA) created at the 2005 conference in Kobe, Hyogo, Japan.The HFA sets five priorities for action, and offers guiding principles and practical means for achieving disaster resilience. Its goal is to substantially reduce disaster losses by 2015 by building the resilience of nations and communities to disasters.Mr. Han served as Chairperson of the Global Green Growth Institute Governing Board and, in 2011 – 2012, was a member of the Secretary-General’s High-Level Panel on Global Sustainability prior to the Rio+20 Summit.He also served as his country’s Prime Minister between 2008 and 2009 and as President of the 56th session of the UN General Assembly in 2001. According to information from Mr. Ban’s spokesperson, Mr. Han also previously served as Special Envoy of the Secretary-General on Climate Change and “has deep understanding of climate change and its impact on the frequency and intensity of water related disasters.”He currently serves as Chair of the High-Level Experts and Leaders Panel on Water and Disasters and as a member of the Secretary-General’s Advisory Board on Water and Sanitation.A recipient of an Honorary Knighthood from HM Queen Elizabeth II in 2004, Mr. Han is a current member of the Club of Madrid. read more

Marking World Interfaith Week top UN officials hope for collaboration on sustainable

The President of the General Assembly told the event, titled “World Interfaith Harmony: Multi-religious Partnership for Sustainable Development,” that the message of peace and goodwill was as important as ever in light of the recent disturbing rise of intolerance and prejudice in many of our communities.“As intolerance, bigotry and hatred continue to fuel conflicts, violence and extremism in many corners of the world, we need to strengthen our efforts to foster respect and mutual understanding between cultures, religions and ethnic groups,” said Sam Kutesa. “Every time we chose dialogue and reconciliation over confrontation, we take a step forward on our collective path to lasting peace.”He referred to the Assembly’s recent meeting on the rise of anti-Semitic violence and said he would convene a high-level thematic debate in April on promoting tolerance and reconciliation. He also looked ahead to the world’s “historic journey” towards formulation of an inclusive and transformative future development agenda, saying 2015 is a year of hope and opportunity, representing an unprecedented chance to set the world on a path toward sustainable development and to eradicate poverty and hunger. “The task ahead of us is momentous and will require profound shifts in how we think and act,” he said. “Interfaith collaboration can not only help promote common values shared by all humankind; it can also serve as an important foundational element for the advancement of our post-2015 development objectives.”Speaking on behalf of the Secretary-General, the UN’s new communications chief, Christina Gallach, also pointed to the principles of tolerance and respect for the others that are deeply rooted in the world’s major religions. At the same time, she called for solidarity in the face of those who spread misunderstanding and mistrust.“Too many communities around the world face violence and discrimination based on their religious identity,” she said. “Cowards are attacking civilians. Political figures and others are using emotive appeals to manipulate people based on their religious affiliations. Those who go down the path of violence and hatred may invoke the name of religion – but they only distort those faiths and bring shame upon themselves.”She noted the immense influence of religious leaders and communities and highlighted the power they have to build cooperation, learning, healing and sustainable development.“They can set an example of dialogue, and unite people based on precepts common to all creeds,” she said. “And they can point the way toward addressing underlying causes of disharmony, including poverty, discrimination, resource scarcity and poor governance.” read more

Tennis Star Sloane Stephens Is Winning Praise Ahead of

Sloane Stephens’ 4 top 15 wins this month are more than she has ever recorded in any other full season. Surreal return to form.— Tumaini Carayol (@tumcarayol) August 31, 2017 If Madison Keys and Sloane Stephens end up playing in the finals I might gotta take my Black ass to NYC to witness history— yung koala (@kriskoalaa) September 7, 2017 Congrats to @SloaneStephens as she heads into the QFs! 👏 #USOpen @MBUSA— US Open Tennis (@usopen) September 3, 2017The world of tennis has a new darling and Twitter users can’t get enough!Sloane Stephens, who teamed with Venus Williams and Madison Keys to become the first trio of Black women to make it to the semifinals in U.S. Open history, has taken social media by storm.And she’s poised to make an even bigger impact Thursday night, Sept. 7, when she takes on two-time U.S. Open champion Venus on the big stage of Arthur Ashe Stadium. Should she pull off the upset, Stephens will secure a spot in her first Grand Slam final.If she wins, it will be the second time Stephens has beaten a Williams sister. The 24-year-old knocked off Serena 3-6 7-5 6-4 in the quarterfinals of the Australian Open in 2013.A win over Venus also would cap a remarkable comeback from a serious foot injury that kept Stephens out of action for 11 months and caused her ranking to drop to No. 957 in the world. It was a long, grueling recovery, but after a slow start to the hardcourt season, Stephens went on a tear. She reached the semifinals in Toronto and Cincinnati prior to arriving at Flushing Meadows, N.Y., and has won 13 of her past 15 matches against top-50 opponents.Related: The Williams’ Sisters’ WinsVenus Williams Gains 9th Wimbledon Final, Awaits MuguruzaVenus Williams Looking for 1st French Open Title In 20th AppearanceSerena Expecting First Baby This Fall; Fans Quickly Realize She Was Pregnant During Historic Australian Open Win“Now, having some good results, it’s only as stressful as it needs to be,” Stephens, currently ranked No. 83, told The New York Times.Stephens’ run, coupled with all the #BlackGirlMagic history-making, has Twitter positively giddy.Venus Williams, Sloane Stephens and Madison Keys.Three black women in the semifinals for the first time in #USOpen history #BlackGirlMagic— Aaron Dodson (@aardodson) September 7, 2017 Sloane Stephens was ranked #957 last month. With her first US Open semi-final, she will be at least #34. 923 spots in one month. Insanity.— Tumaini Carayol (@tumcarayol) September 5, 2017 Hard work pays off!!! Beautiful smile!!!! Well ✅— Deborah Lao (@Daffodils45) September 5, 2017 read more

Mum cradled the baby straight into her arms Miniature monkeys reunited after

first_img 13,862 Views Stock photo of Pygmy Marmoset Image: Michael Probst/PA Monday 28 Nov 2016, 10:25 AM Short URL Image: Michael Probst/PA Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this article ‘Mum cradled the baby straight into her arms’: Miniature monkeys reunited after zoo theft There were fears the baby monkey could die if it was kept away from its mother for too longcenter_img Nov 28th 2016, 10:25 AM TWO MEN WERE charged with stealing rare pygmy marmoset monkeys from an Australian wildlife park as the baby animal was reunited with her mum.Three of the monkeys, the world’s smallest, were snatched from their enclosure at the Symbio Wildlife Park south of Sydney on Saturday, with police and zookeepers launching a desperate bid to locate the suckling infant.There were fears it would die if away from its mother for more than 24 hours while keepers also worried its twin would perish because their mother was too stressed to feed.After a tip-off from the public, two men, aged 23 and 26, were arrested and charged Monday with dealing with the proceeds of crime.Financial motivationPolice found the unnamed four-week-old infant in the men’s car and a 10-month-old female, Sophia, at another address. But the father, Gomez, remains missing.It was not clear why the monkeys, which are native to South America and usually about eight inches tall, were taken, but Symbio park manager Matthew Radnidge said there would have been a financial motivation.“But in terms of value, an animal has a value of whatever someone perceives, so within the zoo and wildlife park industry, no money ever changes hands with these animal transfers,” he told ABC radio.Black marketSydney’s Daily Telegraph said marmosets, also known as thumb monkeys, were in demand on the black market as pets, commanding prices of up to Aus$5,000 (US$3,700).The wildlife park said the hungry and scared baby had been reunited with its mother and sister.“Mum cradled the baby straight into her arms and immediately began to feed. Early observations this morning are promising, with two bright eyed twins observed on mum’s back — so a great result.”Comments have been turned off due to ongoing legal actionRead: Social welfare Christmas bonus for 1.2 million people to be paid this week >Read: Trump claims ‘millions voted illegally’ (despite no evidence to suggest this happened) > No Comments Stock photo of Pygmy Marmoset Share13 Tweet Email By AFPlast_img read more

Son of Hitler Will Leave You Speechless in the Best Way Possible

first_img“The never-before-told tale of Adolf Hitler’s secret child and how this son was the key to ending World War II is now revealed in this audacious graphic novel based upon one of history’s most intriguing rumors. In 1944 Occupied France a rogue British agent reveals to a young baker’s assistant the true identity of his father, thus recruiting him for a dangerous mission that will end the greatest threat of World War II. Out of respect to the innocent and the dead all the names in this story have been changed… Except for one.”SON OF HITLER (W): Anthony Del Col & Geoff Moore (A): Jeff McComsey (L): Jeff McClelland & Shawn Aldridge (CA): Jeff McComseyThere’s nothing like a good rumor or conspiracy theory to bring everyone together. The history of WW2 is pretty straightforward. However, there are some rumors and conspiracy’s that always shine through the light of day. One that still holds up today, one that I was even taught in history class, was the possibility of the evilest man in history fathering an illegitimate son with a young French girl. It hasn’t been proven and still a rumor. Yet it’s an interesting thought that comes to mind. Son of Hitler gives a new light to this particular rumor that plants the seeds of corruption, betrayal, heartache, anger and, most importantly, family ties.There are very few times where I’m completely lost for words on what to write for a comic or graphic novel. There are also very few comics that arrest me and stop me in my tracks, thinking back to how unbelievable the story is. Son of Hitler left me utterly speechless upon reading it.via Image ComicsAnthony Del Col & Geoff Moore knows how to tell a masterful story, full of emotion and depth. There’s something remarkable about this story that builds off the back of a rumor but makes that story stand on its own two feet. Once you’re started, you’re completely enthralled with the mystery of who Hitler’s child might be. You’re also swept up in whats going to happen if he meets him and how, as the war looms to end, is going to play out. Del Col & Moore write an incredibly driven mystery based on the pure drive of violence and anger.Del Col & Moore crafts a narrative of uncertainty, of secrecy, but also an enigma that will keep you page-turning. They achieve this by the overall story but laces it with a cast of characters that have a scope of intensity and richness to them. The two main characters of absolute opposites. But they work together for a greater cause, but slowly knowing that it can all fall apart. Cora Brown is a stoic yet bewitching woman apart of Special Operations. Cora hides in plain sight and trying to do the impossible. She’s level-headed, plans out her actions, disciplined and analytic.via Image ComicsOn the opposite spectrum, there’s Pierre Moreau, the apprentice of a baker. He is the definition of anger issues. He’s hostile, blood-thirsty, impulsive and a bit savage. He’s had a hard and distressing childhood that you can understand why he is the way he is. These are just two of the essential characters carry this story. You can’t help but be awe-struck by how they’re written. It’s a marvel how Del Col & Moore create characters that are not only unnerving and unsettled but also irresistibly compelling.Jeff McComsey is an absolute all-star when it comes to creating the art for Son of Hitler. McComsey gives this the look and feel of something historical, etches in history for all to finally see. McComsey’s style is almost as if you’re reading someone’s sketchbook left behind in the war. It fits perfectly with the moody blues that lace the panel. It breeds the feeling of sadness, despair and a tad bit of hopelessness. From Del Col & Moore’s script, McComsey manifests sorrow with an ample amount of violence that comes is enough to knock you out as well. The blood in his art is so vivid without seeing red. The faces of the characters in anger, disbelief, bewilderment, and savagery are on full display. It’s intense. You know what you’re looking at. It stays in your mind and stomach as you ingest the story as well as his art.via Image ComicsJeff McClelland & Shawn Aldridge dominate the pages with their lettering, and this is definitely in a good way. Del Col & Moore’s script is heavy with dialogue that’s necessary to build the story. McClelland and Aldridge maneuver the placement in the way where the art and the lettering can make all the difference to where your eyes travel from panel to panel. One thing I have to mention is their sound effect placements in the comic. They might look a little bit cheesy. However, they are something that makes the world of difference when looking into reading. Son of Hitler come full with sound effects that you can almost hear yourself. I can only imagine how noisy WWII might have been. McClelland and Aldridge bring that to the page. They leave readers to hear every gunshot, ever open door, every punch and more.Son of Hitler will leave you speechless. With a killer script and sketchbook-like art with moody colors, Son of Hitler will have you second-guessing the rumors. This OGN will leave you in as much speculation and mystery as history knows about the matter. Son of Hitler is available now for pre-order and will be available on Comixology May 30th. Let us know what you like about Geek by taking our survey.last_img read more

Summit Business Media Centralizes Customer Solutions Operation

first_imgExecution on truly integrated marketing solutions has always relied on input and contributions from several different teams within a publisher, and centralizing the various elements makes sense operationally, says Weitzner. “By bringing these strengths together in one unit we can offer our clients measurable, results-driven programs drawing on content creation, audience marketing and creative capabilities from across Summit,” he said in a statement. Summit Business Media, under the direction of Steve Weitzner, who was brought in as the company’s CEO in February, is continuing to build out its operational structure. A new Customer Solutions Group has been formed, which centralizes marketing services under one roof. Jeff Patterson, recently hired from Mile 21 LLC as senior vice president, customer solutions, will run it. The group, says the company, accounts for 13 percent of revenues. Reporting to Patterson will be the heads of several teams that now feed into Customer Solutions, including Jeff Schottland, recently promoted to director of lead generation for the company; chief audience officer Peter Westerman; Integrated Marketing Services group head Josh Heitsenrether; Strategic Content Group leader Elliot Markowitz; and Data Business leader Eric Ryles.last_img read more

HTMLs future stronger as rift over its control heals

first_img Now playing: Watch this: A years-old, sometimes emotional division over the web’s core HTML technology has ended with an agreement designed to make it easier to chart the web’s future W3C Standards define how things work together. How far apart are the prongs on an electrical plug? How large is a sheet of letter-size paper? But for nearly a decade, two separate groups have been issuing separate documents to define Hypertext Markup Language, or HTML, the standard that tells you how to make a web page. On Tuesday, those groups — the original World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) and the Web Hypertext Application Technology Working Group (WHATWG) that browser makers later founded — announced an alliance. Having two separate HTML specifications “is generally harmful,” W3C Chief Executive Jeff Jaffe said in a blog post. Under a memorandum of understanding, WHATWG will continue to publish the HTML “living standard,” a version that constantly evolves as the web itself changes. The W3C will no longer publish its own alternative. Instead, it’ll take periodic WHATWG standard snapshots through its formal recommendation process and offer its assurances that those versions of the standard can be used without fear of patent violation. Browser makers always held effective control over standards like HTML. That’s because websites can use any technology browsers include and can’t use any technology they shun. But the WHATWG-W3C alliance unifies the effort to advance that technology. “This is really good news for web standards,” tweeted Daniel Applequist, a member of the Samsung Internet browser team and co-chair of the W3C Technical Architecture Group. “The WHATWG/W3C infighting has been a dangerous distraction to the work of the web standards community: to maintain and evolve the open web platform.” Computers Internet 2:24 How Chrome changed web browsers 10 years ago Post a comment Share your voice 0 Microsoft Edge Chrome HTML5 Tags The open web is a remarkable achievement, but it arguably faces a different challenge than the WHATWG-W3C split. That challenge is the power of Google’s Chrome, which dominates the web with 63 percent of website usage, according to StatCounter. On top of that, many other browsers — including Brave, Microsoft Edge, Samsung Internet, Vivaldi and Opera — are built on Chrome’s open-source foundation, called Chromium. So although web standards are developed by large groups of affected people, Chrome in practice acts as a gatekeeper. The WHATWG will maintain the single HTML version of a related technology called the Document Object Model, or DOM, for understanding how web pages are put together. But the W3C said it will continue its work trying to resolve any problems that the broader technology world may have with the standards. “W3C remains committed to ensuring that HTML development continues to take into account the needs of the global community, and continues to improve in areas such as accessibility, internationalization and privacy while providing greater interoperability, performance and security,” the W3C said in an announcement of the alliance. Why the split? Two decades ago, W3C members developed HTML, but they largely abandoned it to pursue what they thought would be a better alternative called XHTML. But XHTML ultimately failed, and browser makers Opera, Firefox and Apple struck off on their own to form WHATWG. That effort produced the standard ultimately called HTML5 as the W3C tried to reclaim HTML standardization. After more than a decade of trying, the organization at least has reconciliation and a role to play, if not control. last_img read more

Panel Advises Curbing Halibut Bycatch in the Bering Sea

first_imgThe advisory panel to the North Pacific Fishery Management Council has come out in favor of reducing halibut bycatch in the Bering Sea.Download Audio:The panel is made up of fishing industry representatives, and it was tasked with making a formal recommendation on the issue, by far the most contentious of the Sitka meeting happening now.After a day and a half of emotional testimony from all sides, the panel voted 11 to 10 to reduce the bycatch cap for the Bering Sea groundfish fleet by 31% overall. Since the fleet is already under its cap, that would amount to a real reduction of about 13 percent from the five-year average.The panel proposed different cuts for different sectors. The largest proposed reduction is for the so-called “Amendment 80” fleet. Those are catcher-processors that target flatfish like yellowfin sole, and generate the bulk of halibut bycatch mortality.The issue now goes before the Council itself.last_img read more

MLA Kaleru Venkatesh assures to solve problems of women

first_imgAmbarpet: Local MLA Kaleru Venkatesh on Monday assured women residents of several localities to take steps for solving their problems. He was addressing a meeting convened by division president Mora Sriramulu Mudiraj at Bharatnagar community hall.The women of Bathukammakunta informed the MLA that they faced problems of securing pensions, ration cards, double bedroom houses, Kalyana Lakshmi, CMRF, Aarogyasree assistance. Venkatesh advised them to take their problems to the notice of the party activists. The legislator stated that his resolve was to develop the constituency. Among the TRS activists present were Upendra, Balanagamma, Mary Mani, Aruna, leaders M Ravinder, Raju, Prasad, Vijay, Vinod, Venkat, Raghavender, Ranganna.last_img read more

Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump slam PfizerAllergan deal

first_imgClose US politicians condemned Pfizers deal with Allergan as a tax dodge on Monday (23 November), bringing another round of hand-wringing in Washington over the corporate tax code, though legislative action before 2017 is unlikely.Democrats heaped the most criticism on the New York-based drug maker, with Hillary Clinton accusing Pfizer of using legal loopholes to avoid its fair share of taxes in a deal that she said will leave US taxpayers holding the bag. The front runner for the Democratic presidential nomination in the November 2016 election said she will propose steps to prevent more inversions, but she did not provide details.I have a long list of what were going to go after, because Im sick and tired of what weve just seen with this giant pharmaceutical merger, where these companies are leaving America to cut their taxes, when they should be staying here and investing in the people and the opportunities that will build our economy, said the ex-US secretary of state and former New York senator in a statement.Washington is gridlocked, said Republican front runner Donald Trump, who has called for a corporate tax overhaul. Ill solve that so fast… Were not going to let Pfizer leave. Were going to talk to Pfizer. Theyre going to stay, said Trump.Pfizer is doing the largest inversion deal of all time. In a $160bn (£106bn) transaction, it plans to move its tax address from the US to Ireland, if only on paper, by buying and merging into Allergan, a smaller, Dublin-based competitor. The combined company will be called Pfizer PLC and will be run by Pfizers CEO, with executive management staying in New York and extensive operations across the US, but it will no longer be taxed as a US company.Pfizer holds about $74bn in profits offshore that, thanks to another loophole, it has not brought into the United States to avoid paying the taxes due under Americas worldwide corporate tax system. As an Irish-domiciled company, it will have less costly access to those funds.last_img read more

VIDEO Jon Gruden explains his reasoning behind trading Khalil Mack

first_imgRaiders fans are still crying into their face paint after the Raiders shipped 2016 Defensive Player of the Year Khalil Mack and a second round pick to the Bears for 2 first round picks. New face of the franchise Jon Gruden took the podium last night to face the fire and attempt to explain why he agreed to ship a potential future Hall of Famer for picks.Gruden explained that the salary cap played a huge part in the decision to trade Mack, and ultimately they weren’t willing to break the bank after already breaking off Derek Carr with a new deal. He pointed out that other teams that have signed defensive players to massive contracts, like the Rams and Aaron Donald, or the Bears, have QB’s that are still under their rookie deals.Gruden may have a point, but it probably won’t win over the fan base who can’t get over shipping a franchise player out of town for first draft picks.last_img read more

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first_img This cover image released by Crown Publishing Group shows “Becoming,” by Michelle Obama, which comes out Nov. 13. (Crown Publishing Group via AP) NEW YORK, N.Y. – Michelle Obama has a picture to share.On Thursday, the former first lady unveiled the cover for her upcoming memoir, “Becoming.” She posted that image, a smiling close-up shot taken by portrait photographer Miller Mobley, on her Instagram account. She wrote on Instagram that working on the book has been “meaningful and illuminating” and urged others to tell their stories.“Becoming,” one of the year’s most anticipated books, comes out Nov. 13. by The Associated Press Posted May 24, 2018 9:08 am PDT Last Updated May 24, 2018 at 9:40 am PDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Emailcenter_img Michelle Obama unveils cover for upcoming memoirlast_img read more

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acknowledged that the tweet sent from his account was offensive though he did not say that he had written it"I repudiate the heinous tweet that was sent from my account last night I have been under a crushing amount of stress & death threats" Kessler wrote Saturday on social media according to the Los Angeles Times "I’m taking ambien xanax and I had been drinking last night I sometimes wake up having done strange things I don’t remember"The Times reported that a self-proclaimed hacker and internet troll said on the social media service Gab that he had hacked Kessler’s Twitter account The Post has not confirmed the veracity of that claimThe alt-right movement grew through blogs online message boards and social media accounts created by followers who believe that "white identity" is under attack by multiculturalism and political correctness according to the Southern Poverty Law Center Spencer reserves the National Press Club in Washington at least twice a year for a gathering of alt-right followers noted the SPLC which describes the alt-right’s self-proclaimed leader as "a suit-and-tie version of the white supremacists of old a kind of professional racist in khakis"Kessler like Spencer attended the University of Virginia According to the SPLC he organized the Unite the Right rally after Spencer made headlines in May by leading a torch-bearing event in CharlottesvilleThe SPLC described Kessler as a "newcomer to the white nationalist scene" Known in Charlottesville as a local conservative blogger he published an article on Nov 24 calling the city’s vice mayor Wes Bellamy "a blatant black supremacist" and led an unsuccessful petition to remove Bellamy from office Kessler said he had unearthed offensive and homophobic tweets written several years ago by BellamyHe founded the nonprofit Unity and Security for America which calls for "defending Western Civilization" He also sought to establish himself as the lone dissenter in the "capital of the resistance" that is Charlottesville as declared by the city’s mayor shortly after President Donald Trump’s inaugurationKessler found an ally in US Senate candidate Corey A Stewart a darling of the alt-right who made several public appearances with the local blogger In February Stewart then a GOP gubernatorial candidate in Virginia attended Kessler’s news conference about an effort to oust Bellamy from officeA few days ahead of the Charlottesville rally Kessler told The Post "The genesis of this entire event is this Robert E Lee statue that the city is trying to move which is symbolic of a lot of other issues that deal with the tearing down of white people’s history and our demographic replacement"But shortly after the rally turned violent Kessler came under scrutiny from right-wing websites Rumors about his political leanings and loyalty to far-right ideologies have since circulated onlineSome including DC Whispers pointed to suspicions that Kessler was involved in the Occupy movement and was a supporter of President Barack Obama The website also said Kessler did not become a white nationalist until after Trump was elected"Who is this guy Is this a mistake or is he indeed a liberal gone racist Is he a plant and this whole thing a set up to pit Americans against each other Lots of questions and very very few answers" wrote a blogger for Rightwing NewsKessler told Snopes that he supported and voted for Obama in 2008 but became disenchanted with the administration and Democrats He said that he had attended an Occupy rally in Charlottesville in 2011 but found that his views didn’t align with those of the protestersAccording to the Richmond Times-Dispatch Kessler tweeted in November that many alt-right followers used to be liberals He also said that he voted for Trump in the primary and general elections "I like Trump more than I did Obama" he wrote on Nov 6 "My Trump enthusiasm is through the roof I like people who push the edge"Spencer said that he met Kessler briefly several months ago but that he doesn’t remember where Kessler "really jumped on the bandwagon" after the success of the Charlottesville torch rally in May Spencer saidHe also criticized Kessler’s handling of the Unite the Right rally Law enforcement officers canceled the event after the clash between rally attendees and counterprotesters "He’s not a very good organizer It’s haphazard" Spencer said "I was skeptical of the whole thing It took on a life of its own"Nevertheless Spencer attended the rally A flier listed him as one of the featured speakers along with Kessler Gionet and Michael Hill president of the Southern pro-secession group League of the South Spencer told The Post days before the event that he was concerned about violence but he said he worried it would come from antifascists or "antifa" activists"In terms of organization .

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