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'I Got Them Off the Hook by Winning'
Lee Elder forced golf forward by winning his way into the Masters tournament in 1975, the first Black player to do so, laying a path for Tiger Woods and others.
How do we measure athletic greatness?
Boy, 6, cries 'no one loves me' hours before being 'killed by father and stepmother'
This is the harrowing moment a frail six-year-old boy struggles to stand up and cries out "no one loves me" - just hours before he was allegedly murdered by his father and stepmother.
'A travesty': reaction to Kyle Rittenhouse verdict marks divided US
Reactions from both sides of the US political divide have poured in after a jury on Friday found Kyle Rittenhouse not guilty on charges related to his shooting dead two people at an anti-racism protest and injuring a third in Kenosha, Wisconsin, last year.
Good Afternoon, News: Booster Shots for All Adults Imminent, Gresham-Barlow to Review Police Officers in Schools, and the US Legal System at Work
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Photos: Kyle Rittenhouse cries as he is found not guilty of all charges
Kyle Rittenhouse, a teenager who shot and killed two men and wounded another as violent protests against police brutality swept through Kenosha last year, was acquitted of all charges Friday in a closely watched case that has amplified national debate over vigilantism and law and order.
Kyle Rittenhouse verdict declares open hunting season on progressive protesters | Cas Mudde
yle Rittenhouse - the armed white teenager whose mother drove him from Illinois to Wisconsin to allegedly "protect" local businesses from anti-racism protesters in Kenosha, whereupon he shot and killed two people and injured another - has been acquitted of all charges.
'Not surprised at all': Athletes react to Kyle Rittenhouse not-guilty verdict
Teenager Kyle Rittenhouse was acquitted Friday of all charges for shooting and killing two men and wounding another during protests against police brutality last year in Kenosha, Wis.
'The strongman blinks': why Narendra Modi has backed down to farmers
"The strongman finally blinks," was how one commentator put it.
China's Influence Looms Over Blinken's Africa Visit
On a stop in Nigeria, the secretary of state said the U.S. would no longer treat African countries as pawns in a global game. But American competition with Beijing was hard to overlook.