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Lord Clark to announce whether Hearts & Partick Thistle case goes to arbitration or open court

Lord Clark is due to announce his decision on whether Hearts and Partick Thistle's case to have their relegations overturned should go to arbitration or be heard in open court.
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Coronavirus live news: New Zealand health minister quits, as WHO says Middle East at 'critical' point

David Clark resigns after controversy over handling of Covid-19; Middle East records 1m cases amid easing and return of tourists; California rolls back reopening of bars. Follow all the latest updatesCalifornia rolls back reopening of bars and restaurantsGlobal report: first tourists arrive in Greece as Brazil cases hit 60,000Oxford offers world best hope of vaccine this year, UK MPs toldAustralia coronavirus live blog 1.24am BST China reported on Thursday three new confirmed coronavirus cas...
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How Ornette Coleman Shaped the Jazz World: An Introduction to His Irreverent Sound

Ornette Coleman “arrived in New York in 1959,” writes Philip Clark, “with a white plastic saxophone and a set of ideas about improvisation that would shake jazz to its big apple core.” Every big name in jazz was doing something similar at the time, inventing new styles and languages. Coleman went further out there than anyone, infuriating and frustrating other jazz pioneers like Miles Davis. He called his theory “Harmolodics,” a Buckminster Fuller-like melding of “harmony,” “movement,” a...
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How to Survive and Thrive in the Post-Coronavirus Economy

Can midsize companies stay afloat or even grow in this challenging time? The answer is yes. As a former VP of a fast-growing startup company that was hit by – and survived – the 2001 recession, I know this is a terrifying time. But I am here to tell you that as unlikely as it may seem, midsize companies have the opportunity not just to survive but thrive. And analytics can play a key role in helping weather this crisis. 2019 research by the National Center for the Middle Market on the power of a...
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Family Of Slain Sacramento Librarian Amber Clark Now Suing Police And Prosecutors

SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — The family of slain librarian Amber Clark is suing the Sacramento police and the Sacramento County District Attorney’s office over the release of tracing results from the weapon allegedly used in her killing. Clark was shot and killed outside her North Natomas branch in 2018. The DA’s office says federal law prohibits sharing that information about the weapon. Now, her husband Kelly Clark is suing to force prosecutors to release it. He hopes to use the records to push for st...
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Lawyer for gun-toting St. Louis couple describes his clients as "melanin-deficient human beings"

On Sunday, June 29, 2020, a crazed St. Louis couple quickly became a viral shame-sation for waving guns at protestors outside of their McMansion (in violation of every standard best practice of gun ownership; seriously, if either one of them had actually pulled the trigger, they would have ended up with a black eye and a friendly fire injury). The couple in question, Mark and Patricia McCloskey, are personal injury lawyers, and despite the fact that no one's accusing them of any crime besides be...
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Perry Mason Season 1 Episode 2 Recap

Perry Mason Season 1 Episode 2 Recap In the previous episode of HBO’s Perry Mason, E.B. Jonathan recruited Perry to investigate the kidnapping and death of Charlie Dodson on behalf of lumber magnate Herman Baggerly. In Perry Mason Season 1 Episode 2, the LAPD made arrests without the guidance of Officer Paul Drake, and Sister Alice presided over Charlie Dodson’s funeral. Paul Drake Officer Paul Drake, a black beat cop, answered a call about a domestic dispute. As he successfully peacefully...
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Sacramento Police Release Some Body Camera Video From Police Brutality Protests

SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — The Sacramento Police Department released a YouTube video Friday morning, explaining their use of less-than-lethal weapons during recent protests against racial injustice. Sgt. Sabrina Briggs narrated the seven-minute YouTube video that, at times, shows crowd members harassing police officers during the demonstrations that followed the death of George Floyd. “At one point they were throwing bricks, they were throwing bottles, they were throwing large objects and striking our...
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17 Rikers Guards Will Be Disciplined in Death of Layleen Polanco

Correction officers failed to check on Layleen Polanco, 27, as she was having a fatal epileptic seizure in a solitary cell, an investigation found.
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Baseball Avoided a Lost Season. But Bigger Threats May Lie Ahead.

The contentious negotiations between M.L.B. and the players’ union that nearly killed the 2020 season only deepened a schism that could soon swallow up the sport.
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Time for another long list of (mostly COVID-influenced) federal sentence reductions using § 3582(c)(1)(A)

I must admit that I might be starting to get just a bit fatigued by my repeated listings of new grants of federal sentence reductions using § 3582(c)(1)(A).  But these lists represent such a special kind of good news for federal prisoners and those that care about them, and I am not at all tired of seeing this heartening news each week as I assemble dozens of recent grants.  So: United States v. Morrison, No. 19-cr-284-PWG, 2020 WL 3447757 (D Md. June 24, 2020) United States v. Martin, No. DKC ...
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Dr. Fauci and Gov. Newsom Offer Stern Reminders For Californians To ‘Socialize Safely’ And ‘Physically Distance’

SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — For the last few weeks, cases have climbed as fewer people social distance in the greater Sacramento area. But state and national leaders stress people need to find ways to socialize safely. The very parental-sounding advice came from both Gov. Gavin Newsom and Dr. Anthony Fauci, who spoke to Sacramentans virtually via Facebook live on the Sacramento Press Club page. “I don’t think it’s anything the state of California is doing wrong or not, it’s the response to what the ope...
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Radio Host: Reverse Mortgages Have Many ‘Snakes in the Grass’

Reverse mortgages may be a good option for particular seniors who find themselves strapped for cash, but should likely still be among a senior’s final considerations when coming up with a financial plan in retirement. This is according to consumer finance commentator and syndicated radio host Clark Howard, describing reverse mortgages on his website Clark.com. In a guide to reverse mortgages primarily authored by the Clark.com staff last week, Howard comments on the inquiries that he has rece...
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PRSA Webinar Further Explores How Communicators Can Respond to Racial Injustice

After an overwhelming response to its June 4 event, PRSA hosted a follow-up webinar on June 18 titled “Responding to Racial Injustice with Change and Healing — Part II.” The one-hour session was devoted to answering participants’ questions, starting with the concept of “minstreling.” In the 19th and early 20th centuries, minstrel shows featured white entertainers performing in “blackface” makeup. Today, “minstreling” (or “minstrelism”) refers to companies or brands that “benefit off of Black ...
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MLB thinks Manfred has framework with Clark, union stays mum

After days of angry exchanges over money between Major League Baseball and the players' association, Commissioner Rob Manfred started to doubt whether there would be a 2020 season and said as much on national television. MLB thought it had terms to play the pandemic-delayed season in empty ballparks, not just a proposal. The union said nothing publicly and staff conferred with the eight-man executive subcommittee and other players.
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Manfred thinks it has framework with Clark, union stays mum

After days of angry exchanges over money between Major League Baseball and the players' association, Commissioner Rob Manfred started to doubt whether there would be a 2020 season and said as much on national television. MLB that it had terms to play the pandemic-delayed season in empty ballparks, not just a proposal. The union said nothing publicly and staff conferred with the eight-man executive subcommittee and other players.
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Major League Baseball, Players Inch Closer to a Deal After Meeting

Major League Baseball and the MLB Players Association are nearing an agreement after months of acrimony to begin an abbreviated season sometime in late July. Baseball commissioner Rob Manfred and MLBPA executive director Tony Clark met Tuesday at Clark’s home in the Phoenix area in an attempt to jumpstart talks between the two sides, Sportico […]
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Manfred, Clark meet, develop basis for possible agreement

Baseball Commissioner Rob Manfred and players’ union head Tony Clark have developed a framework that Manfred said Wednesday could form the basis of an agreement as the two sides try to start the pandemic-delayed season. Manfred said he met with Clark at his request for several hours on Tuesday in Phoenix, where Clark has a home and where he has been since spring training was cut short on March 12. “I summarized that framework numerous times in the meeting and sent Tony a written summary today,...
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Meeting between Rob Manfred, Tony Clarks yields new hope for 2020 MLB season

The contentious relationship between Major League Baseball owners and players has apparently healed to the point that there is renewed hope the sides can agree on a course for a 2020 season. Multiple reports on Wednesday morning indicated that Commissioner Rob Manfred and Tony Clark, head of the Players’ Assn., had at least one productive face-to-face meeting that had prompted a new offer from the owners. The offer is for a 60-game season, starting July 19, according to ESPN’s Buster Olney. The ...
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Meeting between Rob Manfred, Tony Clark yields new hope for 2020 MLB season

The contentious relationship between Major League Baseball owners and players has apparently healed to the point that there is renewed hope the sides can agree on a course for a 2020 season. Commissioner Rob Manfred and Tony Clark, head of the Players’ Assn., met for several hours on Tuesday in Phoenix, and Manfred issued a statement on Wednesday characterizing the talks as productive. “We left that meeting with a jointly developed framework that we agreed could form the basis of an agreement an...
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AP Source: MLB makes fourth proposal to players' union

Major League Baseball has made a fourth proposal to the players' union aimed at starting the pandemic-delayed season, a person with knowledge of the proposal said Wednesday. Another person familiar with the session said baseball Commissioner Rob Manfred met with players' union head Tony Clark in Arizona in an attempt to restart talks on the delayed season. Clark has homes in the Phoenix area and in New Jersey, and he has been in Arizona since spring training was cut short on March 12...
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AP Source: Manfred, Clark meet in Arizona

NEW YORK — Baseball Commissioner Rob Manfred met with players' union head Tony Clark in Arizona in an attempt to restart talks aimed at starting the pandemic-delayed season.The meeting was disclosed to The Associated Press by a person familiar with the session who spoke on condition of anonymity because no announcement was made.Clark has homes in the Phoenix area and in New Jersey, and he has been in Arizona since spring training was cut short on March 12. The meeting Monday was called at M...
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It’s time to curb police. Will Newsom, Becerra and other Democrats step up?

One would think that with demonstrations against police brutality raging throughout the state, even in small rural towns, officers who monitored the protests would have been on their best behavior. Not so. Gratuitous violence against marchers, innocent bystanders and reporters wearing identifying vests and/or displaying credentials was rampant. In Vallejo, which has a sorry history of police killings, Detective Jarrett Tonn, riding in a patrol car during demonstrations, saw Sean Monterrosa carry...
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As Baseball Teeters, Rob Manfred’s Words Ring Hollow

“It’s just a disaster for our game,” the commissioner said of the lack of trust between M.L.B. and its union. But much of the blame lies with him.
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Coronavirus Study: 1 in 5 People Worldwide at Risk

Roughly 1.7 billion people have at least one of the underlying health conditions that can worsen cases of the coronavirus, a new analysis shows.
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Coronavirus: MLBPA's Clark says players 'disgusted' with MLB commissioner Manfred

The MLBPA hit out at Rob Manfred, who said he is "not confident" there will be a 2020 campaign following the COVID-19 crisis.
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2020 BET Award Nominees Announced, Ceremony To Air On CBS

New York, NY  – Today, BET announces the BET Awards 2020 nominees with Drake leading the pack with six nominations. This year’s nominees reflect an abundance of creative expression and black excellence across music, television, film, sports, and philanthropy. The BET Awards 2020 will simulcast LIVE at 8 pm ET across ViacomCBS networks including BET, BET HER, and will make its national broadcast premiere on CBS on Sunday, June 28th at 8:00-11:00 PM, ET/PT, 7:00-10:00 PM, CT. Drake returns to...
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After More Proposals, Players Tell M.L.B.: ‘Tell Us When and Where’

A baseball season of roughly 50 games appears to be increasingly inevitable after another round of pointed statements between the league and the players’ union.
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Union responds to MLB: ‘Players want to play’

The players have had it. After weeks of unproductive back and forth did nothing but define each side’s entrenched positions, MLB Players Association executive director Tony Clark flatly rejected Saturday the latest proposal from MLB, calling for a 72-game season for less than prorated pay. The players’ union offered no counterproposal as it had twice previously, seemingly resigned to an abbreviated season mandated by commissioner Rob Manfred. “Players want to play. It’s who we are and what we do...
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This Treasury Official Is Running the Bailout. It’s Been Great for His Family.

This story first appeared at ProPublica. ProPublica is a Pulitzer Prize-winning investigative newsroom. Sign up for The Big Story newsletter to receive stories like this one in your inbox. Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell and Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin have become the public faces of the $3 trillion federal coronavirus bailout. Behind the scenes, however, the Treasury’s responsibilities have fallen largely to the 42-year-old deputy secretary, Justin Muzinich. A major beneficiary o...
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