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A former Somali army commander who worked as an Uber driver in Virginia has been found guilty of a war crime

A former Somali army colonel who fought in the country's civil war in the 1980s, and drove for Uber in Virginia has been convicted of a war crime. CNN reported earlier this month that Yusuf Abdi Ali was driving for Uber and Lyft in Virginia. Ali was an Uber Pro Diamond driver rated 4.89 out of 5. On Tuesday Ali was found guilty by a jury of torturing Somali citizen Farhan Tani Warfaa in 1988 and ordered to pay him $500,000. Warfaa said Ali kidnapped him, tortured him for months, and then sh...
Tags: Lyft, Uber, Virginia, New York City, US, Toronto, Trends, Bbc, Cnn, Fbi, Canada, Tsa, Ali, Cbc, Alexandria Virginia, Crow


First Batwoman Trailer and Clip Released

BEGIN SLIDESHOW First Batwoman trailer and clip released Just a few hours after debuting first-look photos and a poster for the upcoming next installment in the Arrowverse, The CW has debuted both a first look clip and trailer for the highly-anticipated Batwoman starring Ruby Rose (John Wick: Chapter 2), which can both be viewed in the player below! PB = PB || {}; PB.gptStandAlone = PB.gptStandAlone || {}; PB.gptAutoRefresh = PB.gptAutoRefresh || {'...
Tags: Videos, TV, Movies, Trailer, Gotham, TV News, The Cw, Batwoman, Bruce Wayne, Batman, Kate, Cw, Jacob, Crow, Greg Berlanti, Wayne Enterprises


First Photos and Poster for The CW’s Batwoman Released

BEGIN SLIDESHOW First photos and poster for The CW’s Batwoman released The CW has revealed the first promo images from the upcoming superhero series Batwoman, the latest installment in the Arrowverse. Featuring Ruby Rose’s Kate Kane inside her cousin’s famous Batcave, you can check out the full photos in the gallery below along with the newly released poster. PB = PB || {}; PB.gptStandAlone = PB.gptStandAlone || {}; PB.gptAutoRefresh = PB.gptAutoRef...
Tags: TV, Movies, Australia, Gotham, TV News, The Cw, Batwoman, Bruce Wayne, Batman, Kate, Cw, Ruby Rose, Jacob, Crow, Greg Berlanti, Wayne Enterprises


Black Midi Announce Debut Album Schlagenheim​, First North American Tour

We named UK sonic explorers Black Midi a Band To Watch off the strength of their constantly evolving live show and a small pile of fascinating singles like "Crow's Perch" and " ." The next step on their slightly unconventional path: Their just-announced debut album Schlagenheim​ will not feature … More »
Tags: Music, UK, Tour Dates, Crow, Black Midi


Crow and Cup

A Long Story An 1825 illustration depicts Hydra, the water snake, and the surrounding constellations. Corvus and Crater sit atop its back. In mythology, the god Apollo dispatched the crow to fetch some water in Crater (the cup). The crow was distracted by a fig tree, then blamed his tardiness on a snake. The angry Apollo hurled all of them into the sky. [Sidney Hall] A pair of ancient but faint constellations flows across ...
Tags: Space, Greece, Apollo, Hydra, Crow, Sidney Hall, Damond Benningfield Keywords, Corvus, Roman MythologyStargazing


Earth Day: These native plants show the beauty of sustainable landscaping around your home

A bee-busy, massive California lilac bush in Santa Monica, the floppy, Dr. Seuss-like dune sedge in La Canada Flintridge, the mountain-inspired mix of California buckwheat, sagebrush and black sage in Pasadena: It’s the riot of colors and diversity of plants that leaves a lasting impression from the Theodore Payne Foundation Native Garden Tour. The Sun Valley-based nonprofit foundation, a standard-bearer when it comes to highlighting and promoting the ecological benefits of sustainable landscapi...
Tags: Gardening, California, Sport, Things To Do, Soccer, Island, Baja, Pasadena, Southern California, Santa Monica, San Fernando Valley, Seuss, Crow, Tujunga, La Canada Flintridge, Bethany Ehlmann


For Earth Day, these native plants show the beauty of sustainable landscaping around your home

A bee-busy, massive California lilac bush in Santa Monica, the floppy, Dr. Seuss-like dune sedge in La Canada Flintridge, the mountain-inspired mix of California buckwheat, sagebrush and black sage in Pasadena: It’s the riot of colors and diversity of plants that leaves a lasting impression from the Theodore Payne Foundation Native Garden Tour. The Sun Valley-based nonprofit foundation, a standard-bearer when it comes to highlighting and promoting the ecological benefits of sustainable landscapi...
Tags: Gardening, California, Sport, Things To Do, Soccer, Island, Baja, Pasadena, Southern California, Santa Monica, San Fernando Valley, Seuss, Crow, Tujunga, La Canada Flintridge, Bethany Ehlmann


For Earth Day, these native plants shows the beauty of sustainable landscaping around your home

A bee-busy, massive California lilac bush in Santa Monica, the floppy, Dr. Seuss-like dune sedge in La Canada Flintridge, the mountain-inspired mix of California buckwheat, sagebrush and black sage in Pasadena: It’s the riot of colors and diversity of plants that leaves a lasting impression from the Theodore Payne Foundation Native Garden Tour. The Sun Valley-based nonprofit foundation, a standard-bearer when it comes to highlighting and promoting the ecological benefits of sustainable landscapi...
Tags: Gardening, California, Sport, Things To Do, Soccer, Island, Baja, Pasadena, Southern California, Santa Monica, San Fernando Valley, Seuss, Crow, Tujunga, La Canada Flintridge, Bethany Ehlmann


Sheryl Crow duets with Johnny Cash

Before his death, Johnny Cash recorded a cover of a Sheryl Crow song, “Redemption Day,” and now Crow has released a new version of the song featuring his vocals. (April 22)            [Author: AP]
Tags: News, Ap, Johnny Cash, Sheryl Crow, Crow


9 Reasons for the Blackhawks to be Optimistic Next Season

The first round of the Stanley Cup Playoffs is underway, but the Chicago Blackhawks once again are not in the mix. After winning three Stanley Cups in six years, the Hawks haven’t made the postseason in two years. It’s been disheartening for everyone. After an uneventful offseason last summer and after firing future Hall of Fame coach Joel Quenneville, 33-year-old Jeremy Colliton took the helm in November. Things got even uglier as the new coach tried to implement a new system on the fly. ...
Tags: Usa, Sport, Chicago, Arizona, Finland, Hockey, NHL, Hall of Fame, Chicago Blackhawks, Kane, Keith, Edmonton Oilers, Blackhawks, Hawks, Joel Quenneville, Patrick Kane


CROW NO. 4 - ON ARCHES 140# ROUGH

Painted on Arches 140# rough, 7 x 10, using Daniel Smith Shadow Violet and a touch of red (the background stones were done using a new stencil and with black ink).  Crow No. 4 [Author: RH Carpenter]
Tags: Art, Daniel Smith, Rh Carpenter, Crow


Victims Aren’t We All: Ranking The Crow Films

Victims Aren’t We All: Ranking The Crow Films In 1994, director Alex Proyas adapted James O’Barr’s seminal graphic novel, The Crow, into a Hollywood film. Brandon Lee, son of Bruce Lee, was cast as the lead — a rocker named Eric Draven who, along with his fiancée Shelly, is brutally murdered on the night before Halloween. But it’ not death if you refuse it, so Draven comes back to the land of the living, to make the wrong things right. The Crow went onto be a massive hit and a true cult class...
Tags: Amazon, Hollywood, Movies, Los Angeles, Kirsten Dunst, Bruce Lee, Detroit, Buffy, City Of Angels, Lee, Shelly, Lauren, Crow, Brandon Lee, Alex Proyas, David Boreanaz


Chicago Blackhawks Aren’t Dead Yet

Now don’t get me wrong. It’s still highly unlikely these Chicago Blackhawks make the playoffs this season. But they had a good week, earning themselves four more points with wins over the Buffalo Sabres and the Dallas Stars. Their current 67 points has them seven points out of the final wild card spot. With 14 games to go and numerous head-to-head matchups with the same teams fighting for that final spot, anything is possible. They just keep sucking us back in, don’t they? But isn’t that what we...
Tags: Sport, Hockey, NHL, Chicago Blackhawks, Minnesota Wild, Kane, Feb, Edmonton Oilers, Buffalo Sabres, Blackhawks, Hawks, Patrick Kane, Coyotes, Arizona Coyotes, Corey Crawford, Sabres


Blackhawks’ Direction After Quiet Deadline

The 2019 Trade Deadline has come and gone and we all know by now the Chicago Blackhawks decided to stand pat and not make any major moves. There were two minor-league exchanges the previous week that acquired Peter Holland for Darren Raddysh and Spencer Watson for Matheson Iacopelli. But that was it. So technically the same roster that’s won 10 of the last 14 games will have a chance to ride out the season and see how they fare. The good news is they didn’t lose a big name. The bad news is they ...
Tags: Sport, AHL, Hockey, Chicago Blackhawks, Blackhawks, Hawks, Greg, Corey Crawford, Stan Bowman, Crawford, Erik Gustafsson, Delia, Chicago Blackhawk, Rockford, Bowman, Artem Anisimov


Blackhawks’ Roundtable: Secondary Scoring, Jokiharju & Goalies

It’s mid-February, and the Chicago Blackhawks are still trying to find their place in this 2018-19 season. Yes, they’ve been winning more lately, but do they have what it takes to make a playoff push? Should they live in the present or look towards the future? Will they be buyers or sellers at the Feb. 25 trade deadline? So many questions! It’s hard to look at the big picture, but it’s a little easier to delve into more day-to-day questions. In this month’s roundtable, Meghan Dillon, Greg ...
Tags: Usa, Sport, Chicago, Ncaa, AHL, Hockey, NHL, Chicago Blackhawks, Blackhawks, Hawks, Joel Quenneville, Patrick Kane, Ward, Devils, Corey Crawford, Crawford


Crow Shooting Supply Discloses RISE was Top-Trending Brand in Q4 of 2018

RISE Armament Top-Trending Brand in 2018 Broken Arrow, Oklahoma –-(Ammoland.com)- RISE Armament, a premier manufacturer and supplier of AR components and firearms, is proud to announce that the company was named the top-trending brand in the fourth quarter of 2018 by Crow Shooting Supply. A family-owned national wholesale distributor of firearms, ammunition reloading components, and shooting accessories, Crow Shooting Supply leverages its unique data system to recognize and forecast industry ...
Tags: Guns, Crow, Broken Arrow Oklahoma, Shooting Industry News, RISE Armament, Crow Shooting Supply, Chris Stratton, Oklahoma Ammoland, Bryan Stuntebeck


Sheryl Crow Signs With Big Machine; Duets Album on Deck (EXCLUSIVE)

Sheryl Crow’s winding road has brought her back to Nashville, for her new label home as well as her actual place of residence. She’s signed a deal with the Big Machine Label Group, Variety has learned. An official announcement is due shortly. The first release under the agreement will be a project Crow has been working […]
Tags: News, Nashville, Scott Borchetta, Sheryl Crow, Crow, Big Machine, Big Machine Label Group Variety


Ride the Waves and Explore the Wonders of Santa Cruz

Santa Cruz, California is an idyllic Central Coast destination that’s associated with its lengthy wharf, surfing adventures and cool vibe. The city is a wonderful place for a getaway, too, because of the many different attractions it offers. Santa Cruz travel can be a true joy for a wealth of reasons. The Wharf The Santa Cruz Wharf gives people access to all sorts of opportunities. If you visit the wharf, you can check out sea lions in all of their glory. You can go on a boat tour, try your han...
Tags: Travel, Sponsored, California, Santa Cruz, Central Coast, Santa Cruz Beach Boardwalk, Santa Cruz California, Crow, Santa Cruz Wharf, Santa Cruz Beach, Beach Santa Cruz Beach, Santa Cruz They, Great Hotels Near Santa Cruz Beach, Hyatt Place Santa Cruz, Carousel Beach Inn


Government Shutdown Causes Confusion Over SNAP Benefit Checks

Ohioans who depend on the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) have been issued checks for February to ensure they don’t go without food during the partial federal government shutdown. But some needy Ohioans mistakenly think they have to use those benefits now. Bret Crow with the Ohio Department of Job and Family Services says, because of the shutdown, state agencies had to make February SNAP benefits available to recipients by January 20th. But he says some who receive those benefit...
Tags: Ohio, Jo Ingles, Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, Crow, Ohio Department of Job and Family Services, Bret Crow


Supreme Court hears case involving Crow tribe hunting rights

WASHINGTON (AP) — Clayvin Herrera wound up with a fine of more than $8,000 for hunting elk in Wyoming’s Bighorn National Forest after he posted photos online of his kill, showing off the way showing off often happens these days. The Crow tribe member’s defense, however, in a case that has gotten all the way […]
Tags: News, Supreme Court, Washington, Ap, Nation, Wyoming, Crow, Nation & World Politics, Bighorn National Forest, Clayvin Herrera


These TV Doctors Don’t Exactly Put The “Heal” In “Healthcare”

About time we had a show as messed up as the state of medical care in America Doctor Handsome Older Guy is one of Realistic Lastname Park Memorial Hospital’s best doctors. Charming and arrogant, Dr. Rugged Goodlooks likes to take an unconventional approach whenever possible. The only problem? He’s just not a very good doctor. From the same group think that brought you The Good Doctor, The Mob Doctor, Chicago Doctors, E.R. Doctors, Night Doctors, and House Doctors, comes an exciting new sho...
Tags: America, Chicago, House, Humor, Funny Or Die, Windy City, Crow, Chris Michael, Charles MuzardWriter, Ryan CoopersmithExecutive, Lastname Park Memorial Hospital, Chicago PD Chicago Med


Argument preview: Tribes, treaties and animals return to the Supreme Court

In January 2014, Clayvin Herrera, a member of the Apsáalooke Nation, also known as the Crow Tribe, went hunting on the nation’s reservation in Montana. He and his companions successfully bagged three elk, but their pursuit had taken them outside the reservation borders into the Bighorn National Forest in Wyoming. Wyoming authorities subsequently charged Herrera with violating state hunting laws. Wyoming’s prosecution has led the Supreme Court to venture yet again into the interpretation of tri...
Tags: Featured, Minnesota, Supreme Court, Law, Montana, Washington, West, United States, Wyoming, Pacific Northwest, Murphy, Indians, Carpenter, Mille Lacs, Crow, Herrera


Getting Dressed During World War I: A Fascinating Look at How Soldiers, Nursers & Others Dressed During the Great War

Not to diminish the nightmare of mortars and shrapnel, but as evidenced by Crow’s Eye Productions’ period accurate dressing video above, one of the greatest horrors of WWI was wet wool. Decades before the invention of Gore-Tex, Polar Fleece and other high performance, all weather gear, British soldiers relied on their woolies from head to toe. An army of female knitters sent gloves, scarves, balaclavas and other such “comforts” to the front, in addition to seamless socks designed to last...
Tags: Google, Fashion, Downton Abbey, College, New York City, History, Gore, Dora, Facebook Twitter, Crow, Sybil Crawley, Eye Productions, Red Cross Society Voluntary Aid Detachment


FREDERICKSBURG REGION: VIRGINIA’S ADVENTURE MECCA

Conveniently located between Richmond and Washington, D.C., the Fredericksburg region, consisting of Stafford County, Spotsylvania County and the city of Fredericksburg, offers outdoor enthusiasts a nearly-endless supply of activities year-round. Here are just a few of our favorites: ON THE WATERRappahannock River The Rappahannock River in eastern Virginia is the country’s longest free-flowing river in the eastern United States. Enjoy the river on your own or discover a number of river o...
Tags: Washington, White House, Virginia, Sport, United States, Cycling, Ada, Richmond, National Park Service, Fredericksburg, Potomac, Potomac River, Crow, Rappahannock River, Spotsylvania, Sponsored Content


First Look: “Mystery Science Theater 3000: The Gauntlet”

Following its splashy relaunch in 2016, Mystery Science Theater 3000 is returning for its second post-revival batch of episodes (its 12th season overall) on Thanksgiving Day, November 22. Turkey Day, of course, is the day MST3K premiered on humble KTMA in Minneapolis/St. Paul, way back in 1988, a milestone which the new episodes commemorate with a jaunty “Celebrating our thirtieth year!” announcement now incorporated into the title sequence. Fellow MSTie Tony Redman and I will return in a week o...
Tags: Music, Television, Minneapolis, Netflix, Patton Oswalt, Mst3k, Jonah, Tom, Joel, Mike, PAUL, Dan, Tony, Servo, Crow, Vaughn


First Trailer for 'Crow: The Legend' Animated Short with John Legend

"There was a time when it was always summer, and life for the animals was peaceful and worry free. Then, one day, winter came to the forest for the very first time…" Baobab Studios has released a trailer for an indie animated short film titled Crow: The Legend, being distributed on VR platforms and also on YouTube this month. Inspired by the original Native American tale of the Crow, the short film features a bright and colorful crow who must make a sacrifice when winter arrives to save his ...
Tags: Movies, Trailer, Youtube, Animation, Short Film, John Legend, Crow, To Watch, Baobab Studios, Liza Koshy, Oprah Winfrey Constance Wu Tye Sheridan Diego Luna, Baobab Studios Get Lifted


Trump’s Immigration Rhetoric Rallied the Base. But It Also Backfired

The dark messages warning against illegal immigrants did not work everywhere, costing even some moderate Republicans who tried to distance themselves from the president.
Tags: News, Republican Party, Jason, Trump, Illegal Immigration, Mike, Crow, Coffman, United States Politics and Government, Donald J, Immigration and Emigration, Voting and Voters, Midterm Elections (2018


Bearing F’s From the N.R.A., Some Democrats Are Campaigning Openly on Guns

Across the country, some candidates are shouting for gun restrictions they would once have advocated in whispers, if at all.
Tags: News, Gun Control, Jason, Mike, Crow, Coffman, Everytown for Gun Safety, Midterm Elections (2018, National Rifle Assn, Giffords (Advocacy Group, Aurora (Colo


The IM Saturday Monks Brunch: November 3, 2018

The IM Saturday Monks Brunch: November 3, 2018 Welcome to our first brunch of November 2018. We’re past Halloween and Reformation Day. Many of us celebrate All Saints this Sunday. The season is getting darker, but we’ll get a bit more light soon on how politics here in the U.S. will trend going forward. We’ll honor our U.S. military veterans this month as the UK commemorates Remembrance Day with poppies. And then Thanksgiving, the end of this current Church Year cycle, and on into Advent. Than...
Tags: Europe, UK, New York, Sweden, Australia, Religion, Canada, Egypt, New York Times, Italy, Watson, Silicon Valley, Michigan, Boston Red Sox, Tim Kaine, Gizmodo


Blackhawks Week of Firsts: Crawford Wows in Return

The third week of the season is in the books. While the Chicago Blackhawks got off to a hot start, securing a 3-0-2 record in the first five games, those contests were played over a 14-day span. The Hawks are now in the midst of a seven-game stretch in 11 days. It’s time for them to show their meddle as they hunker down for the long haul. How did they fare in Week 3? Let’s just say, a lot of things happened for the first time, some positive and some negative. Related Weekly Post – Chicago ...
Tags: Sport, Chicago, Lightning, Hockey, NHL, Columbus, Tampa Bay Lightning, New York Rangers, Chicago Blackhawks, Anaheim Ducks, Kane, United Center, Edmonton Oilers, Blackhawks, Hawks, Joel Quenneville