Thursday's Harry Styles show has been rescheduled "out of an abundance of caution" due to a band/crew illness, the United Center tweeted.
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Shareef O'Neal was a somewhat unconventional NBA Draft prospect. While he was at one time a top high school recruit, he averaged just 2.6 points per game at the collegiate level for LSU and UCLA. That's not the sort of player that typically enters the draft early, but O'Neal, who still had eligibility left, did just that earlier this year. It wasn't a decision that his famous father, former Los Angeles Lakers great Shaquille O'Neal, agreed with.
Biden to pardon all federal offenses of simple marijuana possession in first major steps toward decriminalization
President Joe Biden is taking his first major steps toward decriminalizing marijuana, fulfilling a campaign pledge to erase prior federal possession convictions and beginning the process of potentially loosening federal classification of the drug.
Blue Jays vs Mariners: Wild Card Game 1 live stream, TV channel, odds, time, pitching matchup for MLB playoffs
The Toronto Blue Jays and Seattle Mariners meet in Game 1 of the best-of-three Wild Card Series on Friday. In keeping with the rules of the new postseason structure, all games of this series will be hosted by the higher-seeded Blue Jays. The winner of this series will advance to the best-of-five American League Division Series to face the AL West-champion Houston Astros.
Karl-Anthony Towns made a go-ahead fadeaway jumper with 3:53 left as the Minnesota Timberwolves defeated the host Miami Heat 113-104
Police are negotiating with a suspected gunman inside a suburban Detroit hotel after reports of gunfire in a popular dining and shopping district
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Black Americans have a lineage to chattel slavery (or subject to enslavement or re-enslavement) in the United States of America. Black Americans were released from bondage by the Emancipation Proclamation in 1863 and the Thirteenth Amendment in 1865. A collective of African tribes (70+%), European settlers (20+%), and Indigenous (i.e., Native American and Austronesian) tribes evolved into Black Americans. Individuals listed on censuses in the United States of America from countries in Africa, the Caribbean, South/Central America, and Oceania are not Black Americans.
FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WANE) — A man who took a friend into a wooded area, shot him, then left him to die has been found guilty. An Allen County jury on Thursday convicted Anthony Lopez, Jr., now 42, of Murder and Being a Felony Carrying a Handgun in the April 10 shooting death of William Jeffrey Kintzel, 63, in a wooded area off McCormick Avenue.
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More than a week after Hurricane Ian, Florida residents face life without water, electricity, and in many cases, their homes
(CNN) -- It's been more than a week since Hurricane Ian slammed into Florida, but its effects are still being felt across the state as residents contend with closed schools, power outages, tainted water, destroyed homes and lost loved ones. Many survivors are still in the dark or relying on...