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Covington Students ‘Did Not Instigate’ Lincoln Memorial Encounter, Bishop Says

A report from a detective agency offered a detailed account of what happened between students from a Catholic high school and a Native American man.
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"Investigation finds no evidence of ‘racist or offensive statements’ by Covington Catholic students during incident on Mall that went viral."

WaPo reports.The report, prepared by Greater Cincinnati Investigation, Inc. and dated Feb. 11, employed four licensed investigators for approximately 240 hours to take statements from students and chaperones, as well as to interview third-party witnesses and review about 50 hours of video....The investigators said they found no evidence that the students responded in an offensive manner to the Black Hebrew Israelites or that they chanted “Build the Wall.” After asking chaperones, they performed ...
Tags: Law, Catholic Church, Native Americans, Viral Video, Phillips, WaPo, Ann Althouse, Fake News, Covington Catholic, Covington Catholic boys, Greater Cincinnati Investigation Inc

I Am the Night Episode 4 Promo: Matador

I Am the Night episode 4 promo: Matador TNT has released the promo for I Am the Night episode 4, titled “Matador,” featuring a determined Fauna seeking out the truth about her mother and her family’s history. Check out the promo below and catch the new episode on February 18! PB = PB || {}; PB.gptStandAlone = PB.gptStandAlone || {}; PB.gptAutoRefresh = PB.gptAutoRefresh || {'gptAds':[], 'gptStandAlone':[]}; googletag.cmd.push(function() { va...
Tags: TV, Hollywood, Movies, Marine, TV News, TNT, Los Angeles Times, Romeo, Turner, Phillips, Tamar, Sheridan, Jimmy Lee, TV Premiere Dates, Hodel, Peter Sullivan

How to Restore Separation of Powers

Editor’s Note: The following is the ninth in a series of articles in which Mr. Yoo and Mr. Phillips lay out a course of constitutional restoration, pointing out areas where the Supreme Court has driven the Constitution off its rails and the ways the current Court can put it back on track. The first entry is available here, the second here, the third here, the fourth here, the fifth here, the sixth here, the seventh here, and the eighth here.The war between President Donald Trump and Special Coun...
Tags: News, Supreme Court, Congress, Senate, Russia, Court, America, United States, Federal Communications Commission, SEC, Epa, University Of California Berkeley, Federal Reserve, Donald Trump, Harry Truman, Doj

Royal baby 2019: The Duchess of Sussex's due date, possible names, and all the latest news

The Duchess of Sussex once described motherhood as being on her “bucket list”, while the Duke of Sussex has frequently confessed he would love to have children. And now the newlyweds, who married in Windsor last May, are just weeks away from welcoming their first child. As the nation waits for the Queen and Duke of Edinburgh's eighth grandchild to arrive, here's everything we know about royal baby Sussex. When is the baby due? Although Kensington Palace has only said the royal baby is du...
Tags: UK, London, News, Wales, US, America, Los Angeles, NHS, Paddington, Cambridge, Royals, Diana, Harry, Edinburgh, Surrey, Victoria

Words of Ambiguity in Specification Save patent Scope

by Dennis Crouch Continental Circuits LLC v. Intel Corp (Fed. Cir. 2019) Claim-construction used to be the bread-and-butter of Federal Circuit decisions.  That standard was of course upset by the onslaught of eligibility decisions from district courts and BRI obviousness cases out of the PTAB. The patents at issue here all relate to circuit board construction – and dealing with the problem of delamination. The claimed solution is uses “a unique surface structure . . . comprised of teeth that are...
Tags: Law, Patent, Phillips, Federal Circuit, Dennis Crouch, Continental Circuits LLC, Intel Corp Fed

Clarke taken ill as Phillips strikes late to send Leeds top in Championship

London (AFP) – Winger Jack Clarke was taken to hospital as Kalvin Phillips’ header in the 11th minute of added time salvaged a 1-1 draw for Leeds United at Middlesbrough to send them to the... Visit for the rest of the story.
Tags: London, Sport, Soccer, Leeds United, Clarke, Middlesbrough, Leeds, Afp, Phillips, Kalvin Phillips, Jack Clarke

Phillips 66 (PSX) Q4 2018 Earnings Conference Call Transcript

PSX earnings call for the period ending December 31, 2018.
Tags: Finance, Article, Phillips, FBN, Motley Fool, PSX, Fbn/markets, Fox-business/markets, 900aed3a-52b2-58a7-a17d-666dc69f9683

Return the Coastal Commission’s authority to help relieve the affordable housing crisis

In John Phillips’ Jan. 31 column, he suggests Gov. Gavin Newsom could increase the state’s affordable housing stock by curtailing the California Coastal Commission’s authority. As evidence of such overreach, Phillips cites how the commission has protected open space in the Santa Monica Mountains, world-class views along Highway 1 in Big Sur and wildlife habitat in the Bolsa Chica wetlands. Scandalous! The argument that housing and a healthy natural environment can’t coexist is a false choice. Fo...
Tags: California, Opinion, San Francisco, Sport, Soccer, Commission, Gavin Newsom, John Phillips, Legislature, Phillips, Dana, California Coastal Commission, Santa Monica Mountains, Big Sur, Coastal Commission, Bolsa Chica

Paul Greengrass and Tom Hanks Looking to Reunite For Civil War Western ‘News of the World’

Paul Greengrass and Tom Hanks worked together on the harrowing Captain Phillips, and now they’re hoping to get the band back together for News of the World, based on the novel by Paulette Jiles – a Western set in the aftermath of the Civil War. This would be a bit of a departure for Greengrass, who has spent the last few years helming either films based on real-life events and tragedies, or Bourne sequels. Paul Greengrass directing Tom Hanks in a Western? That might be pretty damn cool. Vari...
Tags: Movies, Western, Tom-Hanks, Paul-Greengrass, Adaptation, News Of The World, San Antonio, Phillips, Kidd, Johanna, Hanks, Greengrass, Jefferson Kyle Kidd, Paulette Jiles, Kiowa Indian

Paul Greengrass and Tom Hanks Reunite For News of the World

Paul Greengrass and Tom Hanks reunite for News of the World The Hollywood Reporter has brought word that The Post‘s Tom Hanks and 22 July‘s Paul Greengrass will be reuniting for the upcoming Civil War drama News of the World for 20th Century Fox. PB = PB || {}; PB.gptStandAlone = PB.gptStandAlone || {}; PB.gptAutoRefresh = PB.gptAutoRefresh || {'gptAds':[], 'gptStandAlone':[]}; googletag.cmd.push(function() { var standAloneSizeMapping = goog...
Tags: Hollywood, Texas, Movies, Disney, World, Tom Hanks, Paul Greengrass, BAFTA, News Of The World, United, San Antonio, Rogers, Phillips, Hanks, Jason Bourne, Greengrass

Paul Greengrass Circling ‘News of the World’ With Tom Hanks (EXCLUSIVE)

Paul Greengrass is in talks to reunite with Tom Hanks on the big-screen adaptation of “News Of The World.” The two previously teamed on “Captain Phillips,” a 2013 thriller that was a major box office success and also scored the pair some of the best reviews of their careers. A deal hasn’t closed yet, but […]
Tags: News, Tom Hanks, Paul Greengrass, Phillips

12 Best Books About Word of Mouth Marketing

Word of mouth marketing is the oldest, most cost-efficient, and most effective way to create customers and grow any business. Research from just last week from Marketing Charts shows that word of mouth remains the most likely way that consumers make purchase decisions, and that effect is even stronger among younger consumers, per a study I conducted last year. Despite its importance, word of mouth is somewhat under-represented in the business book genre. When working on our own book about word ...
Tags: Facebook, Seo, Ted, Southwest Airlines, Malcolm Gladwell, Andy, Seth Godin, Don, Phillips, Cordell, Wharton, Jonah Berger, Harvard Business School, Blue Ocean Strategy, Dan Heath, Emanuel Rosen

Offseason analysis: What the Rams must do to return to the Super Bowl (and win it)

THOUSAND OAKS >> The reminders of the Super Bowl were strewn everywhere the Rams locker room. Jerseys, locker-room name plates, commemorative footballs and the like sat in various players’ lockers. On a day when players had their end-of-season physical exams and final meetings, less than 48 hours removed from a dismal 13-3 loss to New England, the pain felt fresh, but soon it will be replaced. Things never stop in the NFL, and in just over two months, the Rams’ offseason program will begin. That...
Tags: Washington, Sports, Cincinnati Bengals, NFL, Sport, Soccer, New Orleans, Bill Belichick, Todd Gurley, Nfc, Kansas City, New England, Ucla, Gurley, Joyner, Alexander

I Am the Night Episode 3 Promo: Dark Flower

I Am the Night episode 3 promo: Dark Flower TNT has released the promo for I Am the Night episode 3, titled “Dark Flower,” briefly teasing Fauna and Jay’s paths are finally going to cross. Check out the promo below and catch the new episode on February 11! PB = PB || {}; PB.gptStandAlone = PB.gptStandAlone || {}; PB.gptAutoRefresh = PB.gptAutoRefresh || {'gptAds':[], 'gptStandAlone':[]}; googletag.cmd.push(function() { var standAloneSizeMapp...
Tags: TV, Hollywood, Movies, Marine, TV News, TNT, Connie Nielsen, Lapd, Jay, Los Angeles Times, Turner, Phillips, Tamar, Corinna, Sheridan, ComingSoon

Israel's election is a race to the right

In one of the most memorable scenes in the 1993 American coming-of-age movie "The Sandlot," Ham and Phillips are hurling insults back and forth, upping the ante with each verbal assault and raising the stakes between the rag-tag bunch of baseball misfits and the organized local team.
Tags: News, Israel, Middle East, Phillips

Lamarcus Joyner, the Rams’ ‘franchise’ player, could be playing his final game with team

ATLANTA — Lamarcus Joyner has been through hard knocks, and Hard Knocks. The former? It took him a while to find a role with the Rams. The latter? The show on which he said he’d quit and work at WalMart. Joyner has been through a lot in less than five years with the Rams. Now, his time with the team might be coming to an end, but what a conclusion it would be, in Sunday’s Super Bowl against New England. The Rams’ second-round draft pick in 2014, Joyner endured the team’s relocation from St. Loui...
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Israel's election is a race to the right

In one of the most memorable scenes in the 1993 American coming-of-age movie "The Sandlot," Ham and Phillips are hurling insults back and forth, upping the ante with each verbal assault and raising the stakes between the rag-tag bunch of baseball misfits and the organized local team.
Tags: Israel, Cnn, Phillips

11 times the Los Angeles Rams went Hollywood

The Los Angeles Rams arrived in L.A. in 1946, but you could argue they’d gone Hollywood two years earlier when they drafted UCLA quarterback Bob Waterfield, who married screen star Jane Russell when the team still played in Cleveland. Or maybe it happened in 1949 with “Easy Living,” in which the film’s fictional football players roles were played by Rams such as Kenny Washington, Elroy “Crazylegs” Hirsch, and Fred Gehrke (who created the Rams’ horns logo). Regardless of the exact moment, Hollywo...
Tags: Hollywood, Nbc, Washington, NFL, Los Angeles, Sport, Ajax, Earth, Things To Do, Soccer, Brooklyn, Ethiopia, Wisconsin, Hugh Hefner, Warren Beatty, Stanley Kubrick

Roger Goodell finally addresses controversial no-call in Rams’ NFC title-game victory

ATLANTA – In the 10 days following a no-call in New Orleans that changed the course of the NFL postseason, lawsuits from fans have been filed, billboards have been erected deriding the injustice and a senator expressed his rage on the floor of the U.S. Senate. But until Wednesday, the NFL commissioner had yet to address the officiating failure publicly, even as questions continued to swirl long after the Rams had eliminated the Saints in the NFC championship game and moved onto the Super Bowl. A...
Tags: Sports, NFL, Colin Kaepernick, Raiders, Atlanta, Sport, Soccer, New Orleans, Cbs, Nfc, Roger Goodell, Saints, Inglewood, U S Senate, Phillips, Goodell

Unbuttoned: Who Are You Wearing and Where Did They Donate?

Celebrity fashion culture may be here to stay. That doesn’t mean the red carpet can’t do some greater good.
Tags: Celebrities, News, Philanthropy, Martin, Phillips, Fashion and apparel, Arianne, Advertising and Marketing, Academy Awards (Oscars, Golden Globes (Awards, Your-feed-fashion, Carineh, RAD: Red Carpet Advocacy

Rams defensive coordinator Wade Phillips prepares for reunion with Tom Brady

ATLANTA – Like an old lawman, Wade Phillips has traveled from town to town – San Diego, Dallas, Houston, Denver, and now Los Angeles – in search of his foil, the old black hat, Tom Brady. It’s a fascinating matchup between Brady, New England’s clinical quarterback, and Phillips, the aw-shucks defensive coordinator who has produced some of the fiercest defenses in NFL history. The latest chapter of their 14-year battle will be written Sunday, when the Rams and Patriots play in the Super Bowl. Thi...
Tags: Sports, Denver Broncos, NFL, Los Angeles, Atlanta, Nike, Sport, Soccer, Chargers, Bill Belichick, Rob Gronkowski, Tom Brady, Edelman, Kansas City, St Louis, Denver

Wade Phillips on key to slowing down Pats: Get Tony Romo in headset to say what's coming next

When it comes to finding a way to stop the offense of the New England Patriots in the Super Bowl, Los Angeles Rams defensive coordinator Wade Phillips wishes he could get some help from a player he used to coach. According to James Palmer of the NFL Network, Phillips said his plan involved getting an earpiece so Tony Romo could tell him what play the Patriots were going to run next. Phillips knows Romo well.
Tags: News, New England Patriots, Tony Romo, Patriots, Phillips, Romo, Wade Phillips, James Palmer, NFL Network Phillips

Factbox: U.S. refiners revisiting crude supplies amid new PDVSA sanctions

U.S. refiners on Monday said they would comply with the Trump administration's new sanctions on dealings with Venezuelan state-run oil company Petroleos de Venezuela (PDVSA) and take steps to lessen any impacts on consumers. PHILLIPS 66 Phillips 66 said in an email it is confident it could obtain alternative sources of oil to lessen any disruption to its operations. The company said it complies with all U.S. laws, and noted that Venezuelan crude historically has made up a small percentage of ...
Tags: News, Trump, Phillips, PDVSA, Petroleos de Venezuela PDVSA

Daily News Girls Athlete of the Week: Sophia Haynes, Harvard-Westlake

Daily News Girls Athlete of the Week Name: Sophia Haynes School: Harvard-Westlake Sport: Soccer Year: Freshman Noteworthy: Harvard-Westlake freshman phenom Sophia Haynes score four goals in two games this past week, including a hat-trick in a 4-1 victory over Marymount. She then scored the opening goal in Friday’s 2-0 win over Flintridge Sacred Heart to clinch the Mission League title. Mission League Girls’ Soccer: Sophia Haynes gives @hwgirlssoccer a 1-0 lead over @fsha_tologs in the 1st half....
Tags: Sports, Sport, Soccer, High School Sports, Morris, Phillips, San Fernando Valley, Harvard Westlake, Mission League, Flintridge Sacred Heart, Harvard Westlake Sport, High School Soccer, Sophia Haynes, Sophia Haynes Harvard Westlake, Sophia Haynes School, Mission League Girls

Can Wade Phillips replicate his 2015 AFC championship shutdown of Tom Brady?

On the Yahoo Sports NFL Podcast, Terez Paylor and Charles Robinson discuss what could be one of the larger storylines of Super Bowl LIII: if Los Angeles Rams defensive coordinator Wade Phillips can pressure Tom Brady into having a bad game. Luckily for Phillips, he drew up the blueprint for how to affect Brady in the 2015 AFC championship game when Phillips was with the Denver Broncos. Will that blueprint work?
Tags: News, Denver Broncos, Tom Brady, American Football, Brady, Phillips, Los Angeles Rams, Wade Phillips, Charles Robinson, Yahoo Sports NFL, Terez Paylor

Wade Phillips honored his dad with a classic look for the Rams' trip to Super Bowl

Los Angeles Rams defensive coordinator Wade Phillips wasn't going to make the trek to Atlanta for their Super Bowl matchup against the New England Patriots without having a little fun. Phillips, a Houston native who is in his second season with the Rams, rocked a classic look — a Rams sweatsuit with a cowboy hat — on the runway to their plane on Sunday following their send-off rally. By the time he landed, Phillips completed the outfit.
Tags: News, Atlanta, New England Patriots, Houston, Phillips, Los Angeles Rams, Rams, Wade Phillips

Wade Phillips pays tribute to his dad

Four decades after the Houston Oilers had unsuccessful consecutive cracks at the Steelers in the AFC title game, legendary Oilers coach O.A. “Bum” Phillips has made it to the Super Bowl. Bum's son, Wade, emerged from the flight that brought the Rams to Atlanta wearing Bum's coat to honor him, via Ed Werder. Wade also donned a cowboy hat, like the one his dad always wore.
Tags: News, Atlanta, Steelers, Pittsburgh Steelers, Wade, Oilers, Phillips, Houston Oilers, Wade Phillips, Ed Werder Wade

Bill Belichick: I've had to change my defense, Wade Phillips hasn't

Patriots coach Bill Belichick is impressed with how consistent Rams defensive coordinator Wade Phillips has been through the years. Phillips got his first NFL coaching job in 1976 on his father Bum Phillips' Houston Oilers staff, then became a defensive coordinator for the first time in 1981 in New Orleans. “I've certainly changed a lot in the last 30 years, schematically,” Belichick said.
Tags: News, NFL, New Orleans, Bill Belichick, American Football, Phillips, Belichick, Houston Oilers, Wade Phillips, Bum Phillips

Rams’ Nickell Robey-Coleman fined by NFL as non-call controversy lingers, even on Senate floor

THOUSAND OAKS – Like a party on Bourbon Street, the Rams vs. New Orleans controversy marches on, with a league fine, a speech on the Senate floor and some wry but pointed comments from a coaching sage. Yes, Rams cornerback Nickell Robey-Coleman still committed pass interference in the fourth quarter against the Saints. Apparently, he also committed a targeting penalty, because the league on Friday fined Robey-Coleman $26,739 for hitting receiver Tommylee Lewis helmet to helmet on the disputed pl...
Tags: Congress, Senate, Sports, NFL, America, Atlanta, Sport, Soccer, House Of Representatives, New Orleans, Green Bay Packers, Tom Brady, Philadelphia, Roger Goodell, Louisiana, Saints