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Aaron Fernandez's fiancée sues prison to protect evidence

Bristol Superior Court Judge Thomas McGuire said it's only fair that the ex-NFL star's family, the government and the public know exactly how he died. Sheff said the vacating of his conviction would have no impact on their civil case against Hernandez. Courts in MA customarily vacate the convictions of defendants who die before their appeals are heard. Read More »

Egypte: deux attentats font au moins 38 morts


Les chrétiens, qui représentent près de 10 % de la population, fuient depuis quelques mois certaines régions de l'Égypte où ils sont visés et terrorisés par des militants de l'État Islamique . En le revendiquant, l'EI avait affirmé sa détermination à continuer les attaques contre "tout infidèle ou apostat en Egypte et partout". La mouvance djihadiste a par ailleurs prévenu que d'autres attaques seront menées dans les semaines à venir. Read More »

Malloy begins process of possible state worker layoffs


Malloy said he hopes the ongoing talks with produce an agreement that would avoid layoffs. The American Federation of Teachers of CT, part of the State Employee Bargaining Agent Coaltion, criticized the move in an internal memo Thursday, noting the talks remain ongoing and calling the decision "no way to achieve prosperity". Read More »

US Seeks "Reciprocal" Trade With Italy In Trump Meeting With Gentiloni


While giving a press conference with Italian Prime Minister Paolo Gentiloni on Thursday, Trump was asked if he sees a role for the Trump administration in "helping stabilizing Libya ". "I have great respect for the president of China", Trump said. Yet he pointedly stopped sort of telegraphing whether or not the US would stay in. He said continued chaos could allow the Islamic State terror group to retrench, using it as a base to destabilize neighboring countries and launch more attacks ... Read More »

More Americans Than Ever Want Marijuana Legalized

But the White House previously said it expects law enforcement agents to enforce federal marijuana laws when they come into conflict with states where recreational use of the drug is permitted. And women are now as much in favor of legal marijuana as men are; in previous years they were less so. Under the ordinance, dispensaries, which are permitted by the state to sell medical marijuana products, could be located within certain township zoning classifications : mixed commercial use ... Read More »

Voici l'identité du terroriste des Champs-Élysées — France

Une passante allemande est très légèrement touchée au pied par un éclat. ¤ L'assaillant a été abattu par la police. Le terroriste est rapidement identifié grâce à ses papiers d'identité laissés dans la voiture. Pour autant, la section antiterroriste a tout de même poursuivi ses investigations au regard des diverses précédentes condamnations de Karim Cheurfi. Read More »

Inside a Colorado pot club - a rare and endangered species

Sixty-one percent of Americans think marijuana use should be legal, a five-point increase from past year and the highest percentage ever recorded in this poll . The poll also shows 71 percent of Americans do not think the federal government should try to stop its sale and use in those states. State Sen. Chapin Rose, R-Mahomet, raised his concerns about marijuana still being illegal under federal law. Read More »

Sweet drinks may damage the brain, studies show


In fact, researchers found that men and women who drank as little as one diet soda a day were at nearly 3 times the risk for stroke or dementia. In Eau Claire County the Aging and Disability Resource Center says there are more than 2,000 people with Alzheimer's disease. Read More »

Trump On Paris Attack


Canada's prime minister said Friday that he plans to be respectful and engage the United States with a fact-based approach to solving problems a day after President Donald Trump called Canada a "disgrace" for policies that hurt American farmers. Read More »

'Weed nuns' grow and harvest cannabis in California


California "weed nun" Christine Meeusen, (R), and India Delgado, who goes by the name Sister Eevee, smoke a joint at Sisters of the Valley near Merced, California. California legalized recreational use of marijuana in November 2016. Christine Meeusen smells hemp in the kitchen at Sisters of the Valley. . "We're against religion, so we're not a religion", Sister Kate, one of the organization's founders, told Reuters . Read More »

Le cycliste Michele Scarponi tué dans un accident de la route


Lui-même suspendu deux ans entre 2006 et 2008 après avoir avoué s'être procuré des produits dopants auprès du docteur Eufemiano Fuentes, Scarponi devait participer au prochain Tour d'Italie en qualité de leader de l'équipes Astana . L'Italien, vainqueur du GIro 2011 après la disqualification d'Alberto Contador , était un des visages connus de la "petite reine". Michele Scarponi avait fait reparler de lui lundi dernier en remportant la 1ère étape du Tour des Alpes à Innsbruck, avant de ... Read More »

How researchers will look for signs of CTE in Hernandez's brain

An attorney for Shayanna Jenkins-Hernandez, Aaron Hernandez's longtime fiancé and mother of his 4-year-old daughter, filed the motion seeking to preserve evidence. Sources say investigators have learned Hernandez also gave an expensive watch, thought to be worth about $50,000, to the family of a Worcester man he was in prison with, asking a friend or family member who had the watch to give it to the man's family. Read More »

PI raises price target on Canopy Growth Corp, others following legalization announcement

As a compromise, the plans could allow each Canadian province to set the age of lawful cannabis consumption in line with the legal age for drinking alcohol. Thats slightly lower than the drinking age limit of 19 in most provinces. The government's plan, which is based on the findings of experts, still needs more work but is expected to kick off legal marijuana sales by mid-2018. Read More »

Ann Coulter Vows To Speak At UC Berkeley Despite Cancellation

By Thursday, the university announced it could round up the proper security to let her speak on May 2. " Free speech is what universities are all about", Robert Reich, a labor secretary in the Clinton administration and now a professor of public policy at Berkeley , wrote on his website. Read More »

Bad news for Tottenham as Chelsea get a double injury boost


We have different kind of monsters. We've learnt and grown up. "It adds importance, as games against Tottenham always are". Terry thanked all his teammates and managers over the years, and said it "has been an honour" to share his phenomenal career with them. Read More »

Church marks Easter with helicopter egg drop


A relative saw the event was occurring and told them about it, sparking their interest in attending the Animal Egg Hunt. "It's really fun and it's really generous because it's free and you don't have to pay and money - and there are big prizes you can win", said Hope, decked out in bunny make-up along with her friend. Read More »

Federal Bureau of Investigation takes custody of teacher accused of kidnapping Tennessee girl

When they reached out to the Siskiyou County Sheriff's Office, they were informed the same person already called them. The tipster, the cabin's caretaker, said he initially thought the pair were in distress but soon became suspicious. "We're going to have to figure out what kind of state of mind she's in and probably get her some help", says Anthony Thomas. "We are all stoked she was found", O'Hare said. Read More »

Missing Tenn. student Elizabeth Thomas is 'resting' after reuniting with her family

After the capture, Cummins was charged with one federal count of transportation of a minor across state lines for the goal of criminal sexual intercourse, said Jack Smith, acting U.S. When school officials investigated the incident, it emerged that Cummins viewed himself as something of a father figure to Thomas. He said the neighbor noticed the man was acting odd and remembered a news article on the internet about the missing girl. Read More »

Cannabidiol Cuts Seizures in LGS Patients


But seizures, in general, are the symptom of a brain problem, happening suddenly due to abnormal electrical brain activity. Taking cannabidiol (CBD) may reduce seizures among children and adults with a severe form of epilepsy called Lennox-Gastaut syndrome (LGS), researchers reported from a manufacturer-sponsored trial. Read More »

Monaco en demi-finale — Ligue des champions

Cette année-là, Monaco (déjà) s'était hissé jusqu'en finale de la Ligue des champions , avant de perdre contre le FC Porto (0-3), et l'OM avait disputé la finale de la Coupe de l'UEFA face au FC Valence (0-2). Il faut bien gérer la fatigue. MT: 2-0. Arbitre: M. Damir SKOMINA (SVN). " Magnifique , vraiment, comme sa saison et ses joueurs", écrit le journal. Read More »

Val-de-Marne. Elle découvre une crotte de souris dans son sandwich


Mais en y regardant de plus près, la jeune femme a découvert qu'une crotte de souris se trouvait dans le sandwich qu'elle venait d'acheter dans une boulangerie Paul , et dans lequel elle venait de croquer à pleines dents. "Que ça arrive dans un kebab de quartier, je peux comprendre, mais là, dans un grand groupe comme Paul , c'est scandaleux", se révolte la jeune femme. Read More »