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21 May 19
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Télécharger des démos de Jeux d’Action gratuitement. Jeux PC en démos gratuites. Jeux d’Action La deuxième édition de la série de football Pro Evolution Soccer. Les développeurs approuvés pour simplifier les préliminaires, a pris soin d’autres Bienvenue à l’aube de l’ère industrielle. Le chemin que vous choisissez définira votre monde. Êtes-vous rénovateur ou exploiteur? Suppresseur […]

21 May 19
PEOPLE.com

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21 May 19
Mike's Mind

  1] New Orleans Pelicans select Zion Williamson out of Duke University David Griffin at the NBA Draft Lottery, and winning it? What an absolute shock. Almost as much of a shock as Zion Williamson being the clear-cut top selection. A generational talent, there is little doubt that Zion is ready for the NBA. He […]

21 May 19
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21 May 19
Boston Herald
BOSTON  — A New York lawyer and a Napa Valley vintner have admitted to participating in the college admissions bribery scheme. Gordon Caplan and Agustin Huneeus Jr. pleaded guilty Tuesday in Boston federal court. Caplan was co-chairman of the prominent law firm Willkie Farr & Gallagher. The Greenwich, Connecticut, resident was charged with paying $75,000 to get someone to correct the answers on his daughter’s ACT exam after she took it. Huneeus’ family owns vineyards in California’s Napa Valley and in Oregon. Authorities say he agreed to pay $300,000 to rig his daughter’s SAT score and have her designated as a water polo recruit to the University of Southern California. They are among 14 parents who have agreed to plead guilty. Actress Felicity Huffman pleaded guilty last week.
21 May 19
The Colorado Sun
Colorado Attorney General Phil Weiser has sued the Trump administration once more, joining more than a dozen other states in challenging a rule that would broaden the ability of health care workers to refuse to provide abortions out of personal or moral objection. The Department of Health and Human Services policy is set to take effect in July and also requires hospitals, universities, clinics and other entities that receive federal funding to certify compliance with some 25 federal laws protecting conscience and religious rights. “A patient’s access to quality, affordable healthcare should not be driven by the personal beliefs or the discriminatory practices of one individual or organization,” Weiser, a Democrat, said in a written statement Tuesday. “This refusal of care rule threatens to cause incredible mischief. It is wrong, unnecessary, and threatens to do real harm.” The attorney general’s office says the rule conflicts with Colorado laws, including ones that protect a women’s access to birth control. This is not Weiser’s first legal action against the Trump administration involving abortion and contraception. He has also sued the White House to prevent an increase in birth-control exemptions under the Affordable Care Act and joined another case challenging the administration’s so-called “gag rule” barring health clinics that get Title X funding from referring or discussing an abortion with a patient. MORE: Colorado considered an abortion law more severe than Alabama. It failed, for now. Other states that have signed onto the lawsuit include: Connecticut, Delaware, District of Columbia, Hawaii, Illinois, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Nevada, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Vermont, Virginia and Wisconsin. President Donald Trump’s health and human services department has previously said that past administrations haven’t done enough to protect such rights in the medical field. The legal action was filed in a New York federal court. The lawsuit, announced Tuesday, comes amid a renewed national debate on abortion following the passage of a strict law in Alabama that all but outlaws the procedure. The Associated Press contributed to this report. This reporting is made possible by our members. You can directly support independent watchdog journalism in Colorado for as little as $5 a month. Start here: coloradosun.com/join More from The Colorado Sun Colorado joins 19 other states in suing to stop Trump administration rule allowing health care workers to refuse abortions China tariffs are translating into higher prices, strategic shifts for the outdoor industry. But “it’s not something you can do overnight.” Colorado’s consumer protection laws are getting much tougher — and that could help with the state’s opioid lawsuit It’s not just China: The United States’ global trade war has Colorado companies seeking — and finding — workarounds Did the Colorado Supreme Court just throw the state’s marijuana-legalization regime into question? The chief justice seems to think so.
21 May 19
Far East Cynic

This past weekend at the commencement ceremonies for Morehouse College, billionaire Robert Smith promised to pay off the student loan debt fully of every student graduating in 2019. When you consider that Morehouse had 396 people graduating. Just for argument’s sake lets assume all of them had student loans, that comes to approximately $25000 – […]

21 May 19
InkyLageney

There is an AWESOME blog hop and giveaway over at Crafty Milka that runs from May 20 to May  31. There will be 19 prizes & 19 winners!!   Click on the link to see her details for the hop HERE My husband & I host 60 to 80 bee hives on our 5 acre place  in southern Oregon […]

21 May 19
Poynter

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Even before owners of The New Orleans Advocate bought the assets of its competitor, The Times-Picayune and NOLA.com, earlier this month, it charted a remarkable course of expansion in an industry that is relentlessly shrinking. With papers in Baton Rouge and the Acadiana/Lafayette region, The Advocate has built a combined circulation of 100,000 and a […]

21 May 19
Mashing In

Portland Cider Co. has announced that it has officially begun packaging six of its most popular ciders in 19.2 oz. cans. 

21 May 19
Eric Sullivan Blog

    The NCAA is an organization charged with the health and well being both of the student-athlete and of the college sports institution. These two tasks can be broken down into so many smaller issues that must be balanced. The sub issue surrounding collegiate student athletes’ massive investment of time, offering no return on value, […]

21 May 19
Las Vegas Review-Journal
#gallery-1669369-2 { margin: auto; } #gallery-1669369-2 .gallery-item { float: left; margin-top: 10px; text-align: center; width: 33%; } #gallery-1669369-2 img { border: 2px solid #cfcfcf; } #gallery-1669369-2 .gallery-caption { margin-left: 0; } /* see gallery_shortcode() in wp-includes/media.php */ Tiger Woods hugs caddie, Steve Williams, after winning the PGA Championship on Sunday, Aug. 20, 2000, at the Valhalla Golf Club in Louisville, Ky. Woods beat Bob May by one stroke in a three-hole playoff. (AP Photo/Charlie Neibergall) In 2018, the PGA of America voted the 2000 PGA Championship the best rendition in the major’s 100-year history. That happened to be the year Tiger Woods and Las Vegas resident Bob May went toe-to-toe in a playoff. Woods was at the peak of his powers, but the relatively unknown May, who will play in the Senior PGA Championship this week at Oak Hill Country Club in Pittsford, New York, pushed him to the brink. May shot a final round 66 to force a playoff with Woods, who shot 67. The playoff was a three-hole aggregate score and Woods birdied the first extra hole. When May made three pars, Woods clinched the third of four majors during his epic “Tiger Slam,” and May was left to ponder a “What if?” for the ages. “I look at it as an honor and it isn’t agonizing at all,” May said. “It’s not like I hit a bad shot or gave it to him. He outplayed me. I beat him in the final round, but when you are giving the best player in the world a one-shot lead, it’s difficult to win. “That was a big part of my career and is what most people remember me from, stepping up and pushing Tiger to the limit. Both of us were on our games and people still remember it like it was yesterday.” May and Woods also have back injuries in common, but this year both are having success in spite of those challenges. Woods’ success is more high profile, but May has quietly earned $34,109 on the PGA Tour Champions, good for 81st on the money list. He earned a spot in this week’s Senior PGA, but prior to that tournament organizers awarded him a sponsor’s exemption. “The nice thing about it is they showed faith in me and think I can play at a high level,” May said. “Healthwise, I felt great until a couple weeks ago when I wrenched my back practicing. That was the first hiccup I have had since my last back surgery two years ago. “The hardest thing I have dealt with is I had a herniated disc in my neck and lost feeling in my right arm. I had that fixed about a year ago. Thank God I got my arm working again. I only have about 50 percent of the strength back, but I am still playing well.” This summer, May, a 2013 Las Vegas Golf Hall of Fame inductee, plans to compete in PGA Tour Champions and European Senior PGA tournaments and continue teaching at TPC Las Vegas. Kruger, coaches hit $5 million Former UNLV and current Oklahoma basketball coach Lon Kruger and a couple dozen coaches played Shadow Creek, Southern Highlands and Topgolf on Monday and Tuesday during the 12th annual Coaches vs. Cancer Las Vegas Golf Classic. The total raised is more than $5 million. Other coaches that participated in some or all of the festivities included TJ Otzelberger, UNLV; Dana Altman, Oregon; Roy Williams, North Carolina; Jim Boeheim, Syracuse; and Fred Hoiberg, Nebraska. The golf notebook appears Wednesdays. Freelance writer Brian Hurlburt is a two-time author who has covered golf in Las Vegas for more than two decades. He can be reached at bhurlburt5@gmail.com or @LVGolfInsider. [rjtemplate class=”rj-isidebar3-elem”] Local schedule *Wednesday: Women’s SNGA Senior Amateur, Las Vegas National *Thursday: SNGA Tour (state am qualifier), Chimera *Friday: Saturday: Tiger Jam, Shadow Creek, MGM, Topgolf *Friday-Wednesday: UNLV men’s golf, NCAA Finals, Arkansas *May 27-31: Mesquite Amateur, several Mesquite courses *June 3: NV Energy United Way tournament, Red Rock – Mountain *June 3: SNGA Social Series, DragonRidge *June 3: AJGA Junior/Am, Reflection Bay *June 3: Discovery Children’s Museum Classic, Red Rock *June 3: Golf United benefiting United Way, Red Rock Country Club *June 4-6: AJGA Lake Las Vegas Jr. hosted by Danielle Kang, Reflection Bay *June 8-9: SNGA Reflection Bay Amateur, Reflection Bay *June 9: SNGA Parent-Child tournament, Las Vegas National *June 11-12: WSNGA Southern Nevada Am/Silver Cup qualifier, Boulder Creek *June 12: HELP of Southern Nevada Round Up, Cascata *June 13: Southern Nevada Sports Hall of Fame, Las Vegas National *June 23: Las Vegas Golf Hall of Fame Social Day, Primm Valley Lakes [/rjtemplate]
21 May 19
Boston News, Weather, Sports | WHDH 7News

BOSTON (AP) — A New York lawyer and a Napa Valley vintner have admitted to participating in the college admissions bribery scheme. Gordon Caplan and Agustin Huneeus Jr. pleaded guilty Tuesday in Boston federal court. Caplan was co-chairman of the prominent law firm Willkie Farr & Gallagher. The Greenwich, Connecticut, resident was charged with paying […]