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February 24

Remo indigenes present letter asking Osinbajo to declare interest for 2023 Presidency to Akarigbo - Tribune Online

The kinsmen of Vice President Yemi Osinbajo, on Wednesday, held a rally across Sagamu, calling on Vice President Yemi Osinbajo to declare interest in the 2023 presidential election. Just as they presented a letter addressed to Osinbajo containing their demand to the Akarigbo and Paramount Ruler of Remoland, Oba Babatunde Ajayi, for onward delivery. The indigenes from across the 35 wards in Re...
February 23

Hannibal man arrested for violating conditions of release - Hannibal.net

Hannibal man arrested for violating conditions of releaseHannibal.
February 23

Flores: ‘Left millions’ on the table by not signing Fins’ NDA - Verve Times

In what’s become a much-discussed class-action lawsuit filed earlier this month, former Miami Dolphins head coach Brian Flores accused that team and also the Denver Broncos and New York Giants of acts of racial discrimination. During an interview on “Real Sports with Bryant Gumbel” that will air Tuesday evening, Doug Wigdor, Flores’ attorney, said the Pittsburgh Steelers’ new senior defensive...
February 23

The 1990s: Jordan takes flight; Magic scores vs HIV virus - Beaumont Enterprise

Michael Jordan had just won his first championship, beating Magic Johnson in the NBA Finals. They were poised to lead a Dream Team the world couldn’t wait to watch. Yes, the NBA rolled into the fall of 1991 with unlimited promise. Jordan, already basketball’s best and most popular player, was now on its top team. The 1992 Olympics were just a year away and for the first time would include NBA...
February 20

Must-see TV: Law and Order return tops this week's watch list - Calgary Herald

Article content Law & Order Season 21 Nearly 12 years after going off the air, the Emmy-winning Law & Order returns with series stars Sam Waterston (Jack McCoy) and Anthony Anderson (Detective Kevin Bernard) reprising their original roles. Jeffrey Donovan, Camryn Manheim, Hugh Dancy and Odelya Halevi join the reboot, with other familiar faces set to appear. “I think we definitely want...
February 20

Must-see TV: Law and Order return tops this week's watch list - Toronto Sun

Article content Law & Order Season 21 Nearly 12 years after going off the air, the Emmy-winning Law & Order returns with series stars Sam Waterston (Jack McCoy) and Anthony Anderson (Detective Kevin Bernard) reprising their original roles. Jeffrey Donovan, Camryn Manheim, Hugh Dancy and Odelya Halevi join the reboot, with other familiar faces set to appear. “I think we definitely want...
February 17

Watergate’s Central Mystery: Why Did Nixon’s Team Order the Break-In in the First Place? - Vanity Fair

In 1972, President Richard M. Nixon’s cronies greenlit a plan for a gang of burglars to sneak into the Democratic National Committee headquarters. In an excerpt from the widely anticipated new book Watergate: A New History, Garrett Graff outlines the leading conjectures about the burglars’ real motives for a crime that would bring down a president. Watergate is usually considered shorthand fo...
February 16

Walter Dellinger, Top Legal Official in Clinton White House, Dies at 80 - The New York Times

Walter Dellinger, a renowned scholar of constitutional law and one of the top legal figures in the Clinton administration, in which he served as head of the Office of Legal Counsel and later as acting solicitor general, died on Wednesday at his home in Chapel Hill, N.C. He was 80. His son Hampton, who oversees the Office of Legal Policy at the Department of Justice, said the cause was complic...
February 15

How Watergate Changed US Politics - 'Watergate: A New History' Excerpt - Esquire.com

Tuesday, June 20th, 1972 was Richard Nixon’s first day back at the White House after five well-dressed men—some apparently linked to his re-election campaign—had been arrested Saturday morning at the offices of the Democratic National Committee. Nixon had been at his vacation home in Key Biscayne, Florida, when word of the arrests first spread—his aides were spread across the country, too—and...