7 January 2008After a delay of more than four months, the war crimes trial of former Liberian President Charles Taylor resumed today at the United Nations-backed Special Court for Sierra Leone (SCSL). After a delay of more than four months, the war crimes trial of former Liberian President Charles Taylor resumed today at the United Nations-backed Special Court for Sierra Leone (SCSL). Mr. Taylor is facing 11 counts of war crimes, crimes against humanity and other serious violations of international humanitarian law – including mass murder, mutilations, rape, sexual slavery and the use of child soldiers – for his role in the decade-long civil war that engulfed Sierra Leone, which borders Liberia. He has pleaded not guilty to all charges against him. The trial began in The Hague last June, but was postponed in August to give defence lawyers more time to evaluate some 40,000 pages of evidence disclosed by prosecutors. In 2006, the Security Council authorized the staging of Mr. Taylor’s trial at The Hague, citing reasons of security and expediency. Although the trial will be held at the premises of the International Criminal Court (ICC), it will remain under the exclusive jurisdiction of the SCSL. The Special Court, established in January 2002 by an agreement between the Sierra Leonean Government and the UN, is mandated to try “those who bear greatest responsibility” for war crimes and crimes against community committed in the country after 30 November 1996. Last July, it reached an agreement with the British Government whereby Mr. Taylor will serve out his sentence in the United Kingdom if he is convicted.
by The Associated Press Posted Jul 8, 2015 4:19 am MDT Last Updated Jul 9, 2015 at 5:48 pm MDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email A pro-Euro demonstrator shouts slogans as he holds a European Union flag in front of the Greek Parliament during a rally at Syntagma square in Athens, Thursday, July 9, 2015. Hopes that Greece can get a rescue deal that will prevent a catastrophic exit from the euro rose on Thursday, after key creditors said they were open to discussing how to ease the country’s debt load, a long-time sticking point in their talks. (AP Photo/Petros Karadjias) The Latest: Greece seeking 53.5 billion euros in new bailout package; parliament votes Friday ATHENS, Greece – The latest from the Greece’s financial crisis (all times local):___1:34 a.m.Greece is seeking 53.5 billion euros ($59 billion) as part of a new bailout package, according to draft legislation submitted to parliament early Friday.Under the proposal, Athens would receive the loans from the eurozone bailout fund, the European Stability Mechanism, or ESM.Greece’s left-wing government has sent eurozone creditors a proposed new austerity package. The government says Greece’s parliament will vote on the proposals late Friday before an emergency summit Sunday by European leaders.___12:53 a.m.Greece’s government has agreed to longstanding demands by creditors to impose sweeping sales tax hikes and cuts in state spending for pensions.In the text of proposals sent by Athens, and seen by The Associated Press, the government concedes to demands it had previously resisted, mostly on moving various categories of goods and services to higher sales tax rates.The proposals were sent in a last-ditch effort to reach a deal with rescue lenders after the country’s previous program expired and missed repayments to the International Monetary Fund, and Greece was forced to close banks to prevent their collapse under the weight of mass withdrawals.___11:20 p.m.The head of the eurogroup has received the proposals of the Greek government that are necessary to discuss a deal by Sunday to stave off financial collapse in the nation.Beating a midnight deadline by almost two hours, the spokesman for Dutch eurogroup President Jeroen Dijsselbloem tweeted that the proposals were received and that it was “important for institutions to consider these in their assessment” of the Greek situation.Eurogroup finance ministers are meeting on Saturday to discuss them and prepare a Sunday summit of European Union government leaders, widely seen as the decisive meeting on the Greek bailout crisis.___10:00 p.m.Greece’s energy minister is urging the government not to sign a third bailout, despite the risk of the country being forced out the euro.Energy Minister Panagiotis Lafazanis told a business conference Thursday that “the choices we have are tough … but the worst, the most humiliating and unbearable is an agreement that will surrender, loot and subjugate our people and this country.”He said Greece had voted ‘no’ in last weekend’s referendum “and that will not be turned into a humiliating ‘Yes.’”___7:20 p.m.Greek Defence Minister Panos Kammenos says the Greek government’s economic reform proposals will be submitted “in the next few hours.”Athens must submit the proposals by midnight Thursday Brussels time, so they can be reviewed by the country’s creditors ahead of a summit of European leaders on Sunday.European creditors have described this as Greece’s last chance to produce a credible and realistic list of reforms in order to receive bailout cash and prevent the country from crashing out of the euro.Athens on Wednesday requested a third bailout, and promised to “immediately” implement reforms including to taxes and pensions.___6:20 p.m.German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble has rejected the notion that Germany should take the lead in solving Greece’s debt woes because his country itself benefited from debt forgiveness in the past.Germany’s debts were written down by more than half in 1953, a step which helped launch the country on the path of growth after the destruction of World War II. Greece was among the countries that signed the agreement forgiving Germany.Schaeuble said the situations “are not comparable” and the comparison “misleading,” in response to a question from Harvard University’s Benjamin Friedman at an economic conference in Frankfurt.Schaeuble said Greece’s economy was not competitive and that Greece’s economic institutions “did not correspond to the minimum requirements” even before the debt crisis broke out in 2009.___6:10 p.m.A prominent lawmaker from Greece’s opposition conservative New Democracy party says there is enough support in parliament to approve any bailout deal that the government strikes with its creditors.Dora Bakoyannis said after an hour-long meeting with European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker she’s hopeful a deal can be reached that prevents Greeks from having “to pay the price for amateurishness, obsessiveness and egotism.”Another New Democracy lawmaker Kostas Hatzidakis said the overwhelming majority of Greeks want to stay in the EU and the eurozone.Greece faces a midnight deadline — Brussels time — to send euro partners detailed economic reform proposals that will accompany any bailout loans. On Wednesday, Greece submitted a request for a three-year bailout.European leaders meet Sunday in Brussels to decide whether the Greek government has done enough to get the bailout. Without the money, it faces bankruptcy and falling out of the euro.___5:45 p.m.German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble says the possibility of some kind of debt relief for Greece will be discussed over coming days but he doesn’t see much room for manoeuvr.Germany is ruling out an outright debt cut, arguing that it would be illegal under European treaties. It’s also resisted calls for any debt relief for Greece unless the country undertakes serious economic reforms.The International Monetary Fund has argued that Greece’s debt needs restructuring, if not by a so-called haircut then through other means, such as lengthening the time the country has to pay its debts.At a conference in Frankfurt, Schaeuble noted that a private-sector debt restructuring was carried out in 2012, which went further than IMF proposals at the time.Schaeuble said “the room for manoeuvr through debt reprofiling or restructuring is very small.”___4:55 p.m.Germany’s Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble says Greece could start rebuilding trust with its partners in the 19-country eurozone by taking immediate actions to reform its economy.Schaeuble said at a conference in Frankfurt that “we have always said there need to be prior actions, actions meant to build trust, and I don’t see any prior actions.”Schaeuble, who has been skeptical of the Greek government’s commitment to reform, conceded the chance of such actions before Sunday’s European summit on the Greek crisis was “rather limited.”However, he did say that new Greek Finance Minister Euclid Tsakalotos was “more conventional than his predecessor” — the confrontational Yanis Varoufakis.Greece’s euro partners are awaiting a last-chance proposal from Greece for bailout loans to keep it from running out of money and possible leaving the euro.___4:20 p.m.Olivier Blanchard, director of research at the International Monetary Fund, says Greece’s troubles pose little threat to the broader global economy.In a statement Thursday, Blanchard said the world economy has “withstood the stress tests of the last two weeks fairly well.”Blanchard noted that Greece makes up just 2 per cent of the 19-nation eurozone’s economy and less than 0.5 per cent of the world’s economy.“We continue to hope for and work toward a positive solution by which Greece remains in the eurozone,” he says. “There is little question that Greece is suffering and may suffer even more under the scenario of a disorderly exit from the Eurozone. But the effects on the rest of the world economy are likely to be limited.”___4 p.m.Chancellor Angela Merkel has reiterated that Germany opposes an outright debt cut for Greece.Merkel said during a visit Thursday to the Bosnian capital, Sarajevo, that “a classic haircut is out of the question for me. That hasn’t changed between the day before yesterday and today.”Greece has to produce a finalized reform plan by the end of the day. Merkel says she isn’t in a position to assess whether that plan will meet creditors’ expectations.Greece is seeking debt relief and the International Monetary Fund argues that the country’s massive debt does need restructuring. Germany, though, has resisted calls for debt relief before Greece announces economic reforms.___3:35 p.m.The eurozone’s 19 finance ministers are set to meet on Saturday to assess Greek proposals to secure another financial bailout, which would ease the pressure on the country’s economy and avoid its potential exit from the euro.The afternoon meeting in Brussels will also prepare the ground for Sunday’s summit of the 19 eurozone leaders, which will be followed by one of the wider European Union, which will involve all 28 leaders, officials said.Sunday has the feel of being a make-or-break date for Greece. Without a deal, Greece could effectively be left to its own devices by Monday morning. And that could mean the collapse of its banks and the return of the country’s ancient currency, the drachma.In the run-up to the weekend meetings, the mood music surrounding Greece appears to be getting more positive. Markets certainly think so, with the Stoxx 50 index of leading European shares up 2.1 per cent Thursday.___3:10 p.m.Irish Finance Minister Michael Noonan thinks it’s probable that Greece can strike a third bailout deal with European partners this weekend.He credits Athens’ switch of finance minister for improving the negotiating mood and repairing trust.Speaking to Newstalk radio in Dublin, Noonan said this week’s surprise replacement of Yanis Varoufakis with Euclid Tsakalotos has encouraged others at the table to believe that Athens wants a realistic deal, not endless brinkmanship.For months, Noonan said he and his peers in the 19-country eurozone found Varoufakis evasive and difficult to pin down on specifics.On the other hand, Noonan said he found Tsakalotos, at his first eurogroup meeting Tuesday, straightforward and “interesting,” citing his background as a wealthy Marxist economist.“It seems now they are serious,” said Noonan, who now rates the chance of a deal with Greece at “better than 50 per cent.”___2:50 p.m.European stock markets pushed higher after a leading official indicated that discussions over Greece’s debt burden should be on the table in Sunday’s summit of the European Union’s 28 leaders.The Stoxx 50 index of leading European shares was up 2 per cent.The advance came after Donald Tusk, who will chair this Sunday’s meeting in his capacity as European Council President, said any Greek deal should include proposals from creditors over how to make the country’s debts sustainable.In a tweet, Tusk said Greece’s reform proposals, due later, need to be “matched by (a) realistic proposal from creditors on debt sustainability to create win-win situation.”___1:55 p.m.Donald Tusk, who will chair this Sunday’s meeting of European leaders, says any Greek deal has to be matched with realistic proposals from creditors over how to make the country’s debts sustainable.In a tweet, Tusk said Greece’s reform proposals, due later, need to be “matched by (a) realistic proposal from creditors on debt sustainability to create win-win situation.”Tusk’s call echoes comments from Christine Lagarde, the International Monetary Fund’s managing director, on Wednesday.Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras has insisted that debt relief should form part of any resolution to the Greek crisis at Sunday’s summit of the European Union’s 28 leaders. Germany, though, has resisted calls for debt relief without reforms.Tusk also said in a tweet he expects, following a telephone call with Tsipras, to receive “concrete, realistic reform proposals today” from Greece.___1:30 p.m.Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov says it would be wrong to say his country is enjoying the spectacle of Europe struggling to deal with Greece’s debt crisis.He said Russia has no interest in “throwing kindling onto this fire,” and wants to see a quick resolution acceptable to all sides.Russia, he said, is interested in a “strong, functioning, economically growing European Union.Any idea that Moscow is rubbing its hands over the crisis European partners is wrong, he added.“It is a distortion of our position and our interests,” he said.Relations between the European Union and Russia are at a low ebb as both sides have exchanged sanctions over the crisis in Ukraine.There has been talk in recent weeks that Russia may help Greece out financially but that has been dismissed by the Kremlin.___12:50 p.m.European markets are posting solid gains amid hopes Greece will finalize a plan of reforms and following a rebound in Asia.Among major indexes, Germany’s DAX was up 1.4 per cent while France’s CAC 40 rose 1.6 per cent. The euro, however, was down 0.4 per cent at $1.1035. The Athens stock market remained closed, alongside the banks.The Greek government has until the end of the day to submit a plan of economic measures it will take in exchange for a new three-year program of loans. The creditors will review the measures before European leaders convene Sunday to decide on Greece’s fate.“Signs of unhappiness at the proposed deal could easily reverse the good feeling … but for now markets just appear to be pleased that negotiations are underway once again,” said Chris Beauchamp, senior market analyst at IG.___11:15 a.m.A German member of the European Central Bank’s governing council says Greek banks should not get more emergency credit from the central bank unless a bailout deal is struck.Jens Weidmann said in a speech Thursday it’s up to eurozone governments and Greek leaders themselves to rescue Greece.Weidmann said the central bank “has no mandate to safeguard the solvency of banks and governments.”The ECB capped emergency credit to Greek banks amid doubt whether the country will win further rescue loans from other countries. The banks closed and limited ATM withdrawals because they had no other way to replace deposit flight.Weidmann said he welcomed the fact that central bank credit “is no longer being used to finance capital flight caused by the Greek government.”___10:45 a.m.EU Economics Commissioner Pierre Moscovici is hopeful that a new Greek bailout deal is possible, in exchange for “concrete, complete” reform proposals from Greece’s government.Moscovici said Thursday on France-Inter radio that Thursday is “a decisive day” for Europe, as Greece’s creditors await a detailed economic reform plan from Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras’ government before a midnight deadline.Moscovici said, “I have the sense that the dialogue is established, or restored, and that there is a way out.” Failure to reach a deal could be the first step toward Greece leaving the shared euro currency.Greece requested a new three-year rescue from its European partners Wednesday. International creditors disagree over whether to award the country debt relief. Moscovici said that is not currently under discussion.
The Final Four is set! And after 64 games, the FiveThirtyEight tournament model finally has a clear favorite. In this week’s video, we take a look at which team — UNC, Oklahoma, Villanova or (surprise!) Syracuse — has the best chance of winning it all, as well as how the probabilities have changed since before the tournament started. We also discuss how Syracuse’s run compares with the all-time great Cinderellas and crown a new “most exciting game” of the tournament.Check out FiveThirtyEight’s 2016 March Madness Predictions.
After earning an unsatisfying 14-37 record last year, the Ohio State softball team has developed a new, inspirational motto as the 2012 season opens on Friday: “WTF.” “We’ve thrown that out a lot, with a more politically correct meaning than it usually has,” said coach Linda Kalafatis. “WTF,” an acronym for “worst to first,” is a catchphrase developed to motivate the team after a 2011 season that Kalafatis described as disappointing. “Defeat is the greatest motivator,” she said. The Buckeyes’ troubles began early in the 2011 campaign. Five starters, including Big Ten Freshman of the Year Melanie Nichols, had to be replaced due to season-ending injuries and graduation. Nichols, a pitcher, underwent surgery on her right shoulder in July 2010. She played in six games the following year but sat out for the remainder of the season per doctors’ orders. Lindsay Bodeker, an OSU graduate and former pitcher, would have been a redshirt senior last year. Bodeker re-injured her right knee from damage done to her ACL in 2008 and did not return after graduating. “We were pretty challenged on the mound,” Kalafatis said. Megan Coletta, junior third baseman and co-captain, said she is looking for redemption this year. “After last season and everything we went through, we want to prove that just because you have one bad year, you can come back,” she said. Coletta said she hopes to lead her team by concentrating on the mental aspect of the game. “(The underclassmen) are fresh. They don’t understand how grueling it’s going to be mentally and physically,” she said. “That’s what the veterans are working on.” The women of the OSU softball team have set goals of achieving Big Ten and World Series success, and after only one practice this week, they said they are excited to get started. “The team has been pretty focused,” Kalafatis said. “At times we didn’t look as sharp as we’d like, but the kids are ready to get out and play.” The Buckeyes finished last in Big Ten standings in 2011 with a record of 3-17, defeating Minnesota twice in a doubleheader in early April and Michigan State in May. With a “WTF” mentality, OSU will need to rally past every Big Ten opponent including No. 15-ranked Michigan. The Wolverines finished last season with a 53-6 record on their way to claiming the conference title. Senior shortstop Alicia Herron said she has her sights set on Michigan for the upcoming season. “With the way the Big Ten is set up, we play each team three times,” Herron said. “I keep saying ‘MX3,’ you know, Michigan times three. Defeating Michigan would be huge.” Herron, also a co-captain, led the team offensively with several team bests. Nine home runs, 10-for-10 stolen bases, 39 runs scored and a .354 batting average in 2011 are just some of her accomplishments. The Buckeyes begin a long, 23-game stretch on the road on Friday when they travel to Clermont, Fla., to take on the University of Central Florida. The team will see Las Vegas, Nev., Cathedral City, Calif., Orlando, Fla., and Nashville, Tenn., before returning home to Buckeye Field on March 24. Herron said she is most looking forward to “going out with a bang” with a team that is short on words, but strong in spirit. “We are obviously a young team,” Herron said. “We have so many new players, but I think the experience will come once we start playing. The heart and everything is all there.”
Spirit Airlines says it plans to offer two daily nonstop flights from Portland to Las Vegas this fall.The Florida-based airline said the flights from Portland International Airport will begin Sept. 22.Port of Portland officials say Las Vegas is the most-traveled route from the Oregon airport with some 450,000 passengers traveling it each year.Spirit is offering $9 fares today and Tuesday to launch the new route.
Chandrayangutta: Students from different schools took part in the Haritha Haram programme which was organized by GHMC in coordination with NGO, Save Foundation on Friday. The children were educated as to how small saplings would grow into a huge trees providing not only green cover, but also helping in creating better environment around us. Speaking on the occasion, Riyasath Nagar Corporator, Mirza Saleem Baig called upon the students to plant trees to ensure protection of the environment and for benefit of the future generations. Lalitha Bagh Corporator, Md Azam felt that it was responsibility of everyone to plant saplings towards ensuring human race survives on this planet. Also Read – JIH organises Eid Milap for sanitary workers Advertise With Us Deputy Commissioner (GHMC), Shirley Pushyaragam, felt that plants provide proper conditions for sustenance of life on earth hence it was everyone’s responsibility to plant saplings not only in schools, but also at their houses and surrounding. The programme was attended by Deputy Project Officer, N Venugopal, Save Foundation, CEO, M Krishna, GHMC staff and school teachers and students from Government schools of Chandrayangutta, Lalitha Bagh and Private Schools, Vikas and Unique. The saplings were supplied by Vikas School.
By Ricky Burke, Navy Office of Community OutreachNORFOLK, Va. – A 2005 Edmondson West High School graduate and Baltimore native is serving with the U.S. Navy Helicopter Sea Combat Squadron 28 in Norfolk, Virginia.Navy Petty Officer 2nd Class Vincent Youngforney is an aircrew survival equipmentman serving with HSC 28, known as the “Dragon Whales.” A versatile squadron that’s capable of completing a number of important missions for the Navy with the MH-60S “Seahawk” helicopter.Petty Officer 2nd Class Vincent Youngforney is an aircrew survival equipmentman, responsible for maintaining flight search and rescue equipment. (Photo By Senior Chief Mass Communication Specialist Gary Ward)A Navy aircrew survival equipmentman is responsible for maintaining flight search and rescue equipment and training personnel on how to escape aircraft when crashed into the water.“My favorite part is that I’ve gone all over the world and spoke to young men and women about what I do for the Navy,” Youngforney said.Youngforney credits success in the Navy to many of the lessons learned in Baltimore.“Everyday is a new opportunity to become better,” Youngforney said.Dragon Whales operate the MH-60S Seahawk and deploy with the Second, Fifth and Sixth Fleets to provide critical mission support. Their capabilities include drone recovery, special operations aerial training, cargo and passenger transport, and fleet support to Navy, Air Force, and Army units along the Gulf and Atlantic coasts.HSC 28 consists of 14 aircraft, 267 enlisted Sailors, and 51 officers. At sea, they perform vital vertical replenishment (VERTREP); crucial passenger, mail, and internal cargo transport; and continuous search and rescue operations.“What I like about being at HSC 28 is the opportunity to assist with Search and Rescue and Disaster Relief,” Youngforney said.Though there are many ways for sailors to earn distinction in their command, community, and career, Youngforney is most proud of receiving the Humanitarian Service Ribbon.“This ribbon says to me that I will do what I can to help other people in the world,” Youngforney said.Operational and deployed today with the U.S. Navy as the primary anti-submarine warfare anti-surface weapon system for open ocean and littoral zones, the MH-60R Seahawk helicopter is the world’s most advanced maritime helicopter. It is the most capable naval helicopter available today designed to operate from frigates, destroyers, cruisers and aircraft carriers.The MH-60R Sea Hawk is over 60 feet long, and can weigh up to 23,500 lbs. It is replacing the Navy’s older helicopters because of its greater versatility and more advanced weapon systems.As a member of one of the U.S. Navy’s most relied upon assets, Youngforney and other sailors know they are part of a legacy that will last beyond their lifetimes, one that will provide a critical component of the Navy the nation needs.“Serving in the Navy means that I’m a part of a great organization that goes all over the world and gives as much assistance as possible to those in need,” Youngforney added.
Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. March 13, 2013 Related: Google’s 10-Minute Guide to SEO Basics This week, financial giant JPMorgan Chase’s Chase.com website became the latest victim in what appears to be an escalating series of cyberattacks from a variety of sources over the past several months. For an entrepreneur, a website hack can be disastrous, disrupting revenue and causing customers to lose confidence. Perhaps mindful of the increasing frequency and severity of cyberattacks, Google has launched a one-stop shop for advice on how to recover after your website has been compromised.On the new “help for hacked sites” portal, which opened Tuesday, you’ll find a series of videos that walk you through how to assess the damage, contact your website host, quarantine your site and more.Of course, protecting your site before hackers find it is always best, says Maile Ohye, a developer programs technology lead on Google’s Webmaster Support Team who narrates the first video. Her tips for safeguarding your site, which she writes in an accompanying blog post, include: Free Webinar | Sept. 9: The Entrepreneur’s Playbook for Going Global 1 min read Growing a business sometimes requires thinking outside the box. Keeping software updated Removing extraneous software Using strong passwords (and making sure that your employees use them) Backing up your site on a regular basis Register Now »
Videos | Cardiac Imaging | July 30, 2019 VIDEOS | EP LAB | JULY 26, 2019 VIDEO: What Electrophysiologists Need From CT Imaging Prior to AF and VT Ablations Mark Ibrahim, M.D., F read more Videos | Radiographic Fluoroscopy (RF) | August 09, 2019 VIDEO: Demonstration of the Shimadzu FluoroSpeed X1 Radiographic Fluoroscopy System Shimadzu displayed the FluoroSpeed X1 conventional radiographic fluoroscopy (RF) system at the Association for Medica read more November 14, 2008 – Royal Philips Electronics said the cardiovascular X-ray business of its healthcare division was recently recognized as the No. 1 vendor in the Cardiovascular /Interventional Radiology X-ray Study category by KLAS, an independent research firm specializing in monitoring and reporting performance of healthcare medical equipment, software, and professional services vendors.KLAS said the Philips Allura Xper FD20 technology ranked first in overall performance in the cardiovascular/interventional radiology X-ray study, published in August 2008.Philips’ leadership in interventional cardiology and interventional radiology can be attributed to developing solutions that allow physicians to perform both interventional cardiology exams and interventional radiology exams in the same setting.Patients undergo diagnostic and therapeutic procedures, generally referred to as catheterization procedures or specials procedures, depending on the nature of the disease that is being treated. Often patients with cardiovascular disease also suffer from vascular disease outside the heart. Treating patients in a single procedure, and allowing for physicians to check for multiple diseases, is the main function of the Allura Xper FD20 multipurpose CV X-ray lab.The KLAS study focused on vendors that market multipurpose cardiovascular X-ray equipment. In order to qualify, a product must be designed for use in the cath lab as well as interventional radiology. Pure cath lab units and pure angiography units were not included in this study. The three vendors in the main body of this research – GE, Philips and Siemens – all have data from at least 15 validated, unique health care provider organizations. 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– / 29 51 Comments Share Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and selling Top Stories Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires Carson Wentz looked like a smooth and polished vet against this unit, which furthers the notion that its success against Jacoby Brissett and Brian Hoyer was overvalued. The Cardinals did not play with the required energy or focus. It’s hard to blame the special teams unit for losing their long snapper early in the game, but it is easy to blame it for allowing Kenjon Barner to run wild on punt returns, setting up easy touchdowns.Offensively it was more of the same. The inability to run the ball. The pressure on Palmer. All of the “almost” interceptions. The team feels like it’s drifting right now.John Gambadoro, Co-host of Burns & GamboThere is really not much to say on this one. The Cardinals were thoroughly beaten down by the Eagles, and a once promising season appears to be on life support. An awful start, terrible special teams play and complete inability to run the ball were mostly to blame, but you can’t let Arizona’s defense off the hook on this one as Philly had touchdown passes of 59 and 72 yards.The defense carrying the team is the only chance Arizona has of staying in games, and today it didn’t show up. A loss at home to Tampa Bay next week, and it will be time to start talking draft. Already playing without David Johnson, Markus Golden, Mike Iupati, D.J. Humphries, and Robert Nkemdiche — to name a few — the Cards lost long-snapper Aaron Brewer and defensive lineman Olsen Pierre on Sunday. Injuries aren’t the only reason this team is losing games — they were pretty thoroughly dominated by the Eagles across the board. But it’s really difficult to evaluate the 2017 Cardinals when it seems like half the key players aren’t able to suit up.The absences are most obvious up front, where the offensive line just can’t protect Palmer or open any running lanes. So even in a game like this, where the Cardinals fell way behind early, there were stretches where they had to go somewhat conservative because they couldn’t even block long enough to take shots down the field. That put the defense in some tough spots, and the Cardinals couldn’t contain Carson Wentz.Oh, and the special teams are still an issue. Especially now that they’re missing their long snapper. So there’s some work to do this week.Dave Burns, Co-host of Burns & GamboThe mess the Cardinals have made this year goes well beyond the loss of David Johnson or the injuries on the offensive line. The defense repeatedly failed to get off the field in third down situations, many of them 3rd-and-long. Elite units don’t allow the opposition to repeatedly convert on long third downs the way the Cardinals defense did all day. The 5: Takeaways from the Coyotes’ introduction of Alex Meruelo Here’s some quick reaction to the game from the staff of 98.7 FM Arizona’s Sports Station and ArizonaSports.com.Of course, you can get more reaction Monday starting at 6 a.m. with Doug and Wolf and continuing with The Blitz with Bertrand Berry & Mike Jurecki and Bickley & Marotta — who will both broadcast from the Cardinals practice facility in Tempe. Then, Burns & Gambo will wrap up the day’s analysis on your drive home from 2-6 p.m.Vince Marotta, Co-host of Bickley & MarottaWhen you come out of a game and one of the biggest bright spots is that a defensive lineman who was pressed into long-snapping duty did a decent job, I’ll show you an ugly, lopsided loss.That was the deal for the Cardinals Sunday in a 34-7 loss to the Eagles. There are big issues in each phase. Offensively, the Cardinals can’t protect and can’t run the ball. Defensively, Arizona was victimized for 419 yards and couldn’t get off the field on third down, allowing the Eagles to convert 9-of-14 opportunities. Special teams continues to be an Achilles’ heel for this team.The Cardinals have been riddled by injury, but so was the 2014 team that made it to the playoffs. The biggest difference with this year’s team has been how it has responded — or more to the point, how it hasn’t responded to those injuries. Considering the challenges caused by the lack of depth and the remaining schedule, the next 11 games could be a tough go for this team. Little went well.The Arizona Cardinals fell behind early on and never caught traction defensively or offensively in a 34-7 loss to the Philadelphia Eagles.A defeat in Week 5 moved Arizona to 2-3 on the year and came as third downs doomed the Cardinals early on. That led to a 21-0 hole after the first period that they couldn’t climb out of with the run game ineffective and the pass protection not giving quarterback Carson Palmer time to make plays. Craig Grialou, ReporterIt’s an excuse, yes, but it’s also a fact: The Cardinals do not play well at 10 a.m. in the morning.Of course, some might argue they just don’t play well, period, five games into the 2017 season.Once again, the Cardinals dug themselves a hole. Falling behind by 21 points 15 minutes into the game is embarrassing. Eagles quarterback Carson Wentz looked like an all-pro; and maybe some day he will be. He continuously beat the Cardinals’ defense, first with his feet to allude the rush and then with his arm throwing touchdown passes of 15, 11, 59 and 72 yards. The first three scores came in the first quarter.No quarterback in the history of the Philadelphia Eagles franchise had ever thrown three first-quarter touchdowns.To make matters worse, the Cardinals are a banged-up bunch, especially along the offensive line. Right tackle Jared Veldheer was forced to leave the game in the third quarter, though he did later return. The Cardinals are minus two starters, one backup and had to re-sign Earl Watford this week.Seriously, how much can one team endure?Luke Lapinski, host of The Rundown with Luke LapinskiDefensive-lineman-turned-long-snapper Josh Mauro summed up Arizona’s situation pretty well after the game, when he said the Cardinals are looking for ways to win, not excuses for why they lost. But the injuries are clearly taking their toll on this team. Grace expects Greinke trade to have emotional impact Philadelphia Eagles’ Nelson Agholor, left, catches a touchdown pass against Arizona Cardinals’ Budda Baker during the second half of an NFL football game, Sunday, Oct. 8, 2017, in Philadelphia. (AP Photo/Michael Perez)
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lack of trust in the local “process” And while no indictment came for Darren Wilson in McCullochs tale the media twitter eyewitnesses and even Mike Brown himself were tried and found guilty Why would McCulloch feel compelled to use his time on the national stage to recount the previous three months and tell his story Because as a public official and an attorney he understands the importance of the record: what account is written what story is told and most of all what remains in our collective memory What matters most as the chaos of cultural moments and social movements unfold is the history – or more accurately the telling of the history for generations to come As the late Nigerian writer Chinua Achebe tells us: Until lions have their own historians the history of the hunt will always glorify the hunter This history an account of these past months matters because as much as we want to believe that the problem upon which these events were built – violent systemic racism – will be a distant memory by the time our children are themselves adults the arc of the moral universe is long…very long It is quite possible (read: highly likely) that the struggle to make a more perfect union will continue and that our grandchildren will turn to the history books for context for their own fight There they will read about our turning point moments – and about us: the activists the officials the media the mothers and fathers the sons and daughters the heroes and villains of these perilous times VOTE: Should the Ferguson protestors be TIMEs Person of the Year So for future generations let us write some history: Let the record show that after Mike Browns death Ferguson became ground zero for a movement that had been building in cities all across America It was not the isolated reaction of a group of disgruntled residents Thanks to the fearlessness and raw emotion of the Ferguson community it was the strike of the match that finally lit the flame for people nationwide who felt as if those sworn to protect them were hunting them instead Let the record show that a generation of young people rose up in this moment to lead Tell the story of Ashley Yates Tef Poe and Tory Russell brilliant young people ushering in a new era of activism media politics and community engagement Tell the story of the organizations and networks that they are building in the face of a narrative that claims that young black people will loot and tweet but not strategize and work Let the record show that despite widespread celebrity disengagement from issues of racism Greys Anatomy actor Jesse Williams has tirelessly forgone the glamour of his Hollywood career to be a bold unapologetic presence in Ferguson and beyond making him poised to be this generations Harry Belafonte Let the record show that national organizations like the nearly one million member ColorofChangeorg worked in solidarity with Ferguson residents to support their leadership and also connect the events on the ground to a larger movement against injustice and police brutality Let the record show that members of rival St Louis gangs stood together united protecting the elderly women children and physical property during the protests as a show of solidarity for their community Let the record show that it was not the Ferguson police department who made history but the hundreds of people who stood peacefully night after night for 15 weeks chanting talking and holding one another at youth organized meetings and healing stations organized by poet Elizabeth Vega Let the record show social medias role in raising the name and story of an unarmed black citizen being killed – just as it has for Ezell Ford Rekia Boyd Eric Garner Oscar Grant Renisha McBride Jordan Davis Aiyana Stanley-Jones and countless others Let the record show that those very same social media platforms and voices were responsible for shining light on a city using tanks and tear gas on its citizens when mainstream media was being arrested and shut out Yes let the record show the rage Do not be afraid to talk about the disproportionately small number of people who would rather break things – windows shelves fences – than stand for the breaking of more people And most importantly let the record show that the George Zimmerman verdict and the Darren Wilson decision are not evidence of black peoples delusions of racism but instead of how deeply entrenched bias and hatred is in a system that was built on you guessed it state-sanctioned racism Long after the facts of the case have been parsed and forgotten long after Mike Brown t-shirts are faded and Darren Wilson rides off into a sunset that still hides George Zimmerman there will be a record And if written correctly it will tell the story of a people who refused to let America run from her promise of justice and equal protection under the law; citizens who used every awful tragedy every imperfect victim every messy media firestorm every conflicting account every questionable death every chance it got to scream a truth that it knows deep in its bones: the police state is dangerous and unequal So dear lions Those of you black brown female gay poor and oppressed; those feared and hunted by a system that wont recognize its flaws commit now to being historians Tell and claim the parts of the Ferguson story that didnt make it into the President’s remarks or McCullochs recap or the 24 hour news coverage If we do this history will undoubtedly show what the state never has: that black lives – and all lives – matter Ferguson Ignites With Violence After Grand Jury Decision Law enforcement stands in full gear by tanks in Ferguson Mo on Nov 24 2014 Barrett Emke for TIME Protesters stand amid tear gas and smoke in Ferguson Mo on Nov 24 2014 Barrett Emke for TIME Riot policemen clash with protesters in Ferguson Mo on Nov 24 2014 Alexey Furman—EPA St Louis County Police tactical team members open their reserve supply of tear gas to be fired as they take cover behind an armored truck on S Florissant Avenue in Ferguson Mo on Nov 24 2014 David Carson—St Louis Post Dispatch/Polaris Law enforcement responds to protestors in Ferguson Mo on Nov 24 2014 Barrett Emke for TIME A woman speaks into a megaphone during protests in Ferguson Mo on Nov 24 2014 Barrett Emke for TIME A man lies on the ground amid protests in Ferguson Mo on Nov 24 2014 Barrett Emke for TIME Police in riot gear tangle with a woman in front of emergency vehicles in Ferguson Mo on Nov 24 2014 Larry W Smith—EPA A demonstrator puts his hands in the air amid protests in Ferguson Mo on Nov 24 2014 Barrett Emke for TIME A law enforcement officer pushes back protestors after they destroyed a police car in Ferguson Mo on Nov 24 2014 Michael B Thomas—AFP/Getty Images Demonstrators attempt to push over a police car in Ferguson Mo on Nov 24 2014 Xinhua/Sipa Cars burn at a car dealership as demonstrators protest the Grand Jury decision not to indict police officer Darren Wilson over the shooting death of Michael Brown in Ferguson Mo on Nov 24 2014 Larry W Smith—EPA A car burns on the street after a grand jury returned no indictment in the shooting of Michael Brown in Ferguson Mo on Nov 24 2014 Jim Young—Reuters Protestors parade in the parking lot of a burning auto parts store in Ferguson Mo on Nov 24 2014 Tannen Maury—EPA A demonstrator walks down the street after getting tear gas in her face and attempting to cleanse her eyes in Ferguson Mo on Nov 24 2014 Larry W Smith—EPA Patrick London surveys the damage at his fast food restaurant London’s Wing House after it was looted during protests on Nov 24 2014 Barrett Emke for TIME Michael Brown’s mother Lesley McSpadden covers her face while standing alongside other demonstrators in Ferguson Mo on Nov 24 2014 Barrett Emke for TIME Police stand near a burned out police car in Ferguson Mo on Nov 24 2014 Christian Gooden—St Louis Post-Dispatch/Polaris A man stands by a burned out car in Ferguson Mo on Nov 24 2014 Barrett Emke for TIME A Ferguson firefighter surveys rubble at a strip mall that was set on fire when rioting erupted following the grand jury announcement in the Michael Brown case on Nov 25 2014 in Ferguson Mo Scott Olson—Getty Images A police officer holds her gun during clashes with protesters in Ferguson Mo on Nov 24 2014 Jewel Samad—AFP/Getty Images 1 of 21 Advertisement Contact us at editors@timecom Gowon stated this on Wednesday.
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information about the skirmish that led to Brown’s death and ignited a national debate about race and police violence A lot has happened since Brown died after a confrontation with Wilson on Aug 9 Here’s a guide to making sense of it: What’s new The St Louis Post-Dispatch obtained Brown’s official autopsy report on Oct 22 which indicates he was shot near the right thumb at very close range Medical experts interviewed by the paper said the findings may support Wilson’s contention that Brown was reaching for the officer’s gun inside the police SUV where their original struggle occurred A separate autopsy conducted for Brown’s family by Dr Michael Baden a well-known forensic pathologist concluded that none of the teen’s wounds indicated he was shot at such close range Wilson told investigators that Brown punched him in the face through the open window of the vehicle according to the Post-Dispatch In Wilson’s version of events the punch prompted him to draw his gun and Brown grabbed for it As they struggled over the weapon Brown was shot in the hand According to Wilson Brown then ran away from the vehicle so the officer jumped out to give chase Wilson reportedly told investigators that Brown defied the officer’s command to stop then turned and ran at him at which point Wilson fired the fatal shots According to the Washington Post “a half-dozen unnamed black witnesses” have provided testimony to the grand jury that supports Wilson’s version of events Brown’s blood was found on the gun on Wilson’s uniform and spattered on an inside door panel of the car according to the New York Times Other witnesses have provided divergent accounts of the incident alleging that Brown was shot with his hands in the air or while fleeing Protesters pictured with their hands-up became one of the iconic images of the unrest that wracked Ferguson in the weeks after Brown’s death What’s not In many ways the leaks amplify what we already knew From the beginning the Ferguson police department has said publicly that Wilson shot Brown after the teen instigated a struggle in the SUV that made the officer fear for his safety Independent witnesses have said there was a scuffle though they differ on whether it happened in or near Wilson’s vehicle Apart from detailed forensic information about Brown’s wounds the autopsy includes a toxicology report indicating the presence of marijuana in Brown’s system Previously released surveillance video shows Brown stealing a pack of Swisher Sweets cheap cigars that are commonly used to roll blunts from a convenience store shortly before the altercation with Wilson But that incident had nothing to do with the confrontation which occurred after Wilson ordered Brown and a friend to move onto the sidewalk as they walked down the middle of a street How important is this information The details of the struggle in the SUV matter In Missouri as elsewhere a police officer has wide latitude to use deadly force if he has justifiable reason to feel his life is in danger If forensic information and witness testimony support Wilson’s account that Brown grabbed for his gun the grand juryor in the event of an indictment a trial jurywould ostensibly be more likely to determine that the use of force was justified What don’t the leaks tell us They don’t explain the origin of the skirmish which seems to have escalated abruptly In describing the toxicology report the Post’s sources say “the levels in Browns body may have been high enough to trigger hallucinations” but there is no scientific link between marijuana and violent behavior Most importantly the leaks do not provide new forensic information about the sequence of fatal shots “What we want to know is why Officer Wilson shot Michael Brown multiple times and killed him even though he was more than 20 feet away from his patrol car” Benjamin Crump an attorney for Brown’s family said in a statement “This is the crux of the matter” The autopsy does not offer any answers What’s going on with the grand jury Robert McCulloch the St Louis County prosecuting attorney has said that he expects the deliberations to wrap up this month or next The grand jury process has been unusual in a number of ways as TIME reported last month Prosecutors declined to recommend a specific charge for Wilson which is rare Instead they are presenting evidence as it becomes available and allowing the grand jury members to determine whether it warrants charges of murder or manslaughter (There are two options for each charge: first- or second-degree murder; and voluntary or involuntary manslaughter) All testimony in the case is being transcribed which is unusual because it exposes witnesses to future legal proceedings McCulloch has delegated the task of presenting evidence to two attorneys in his office in an attempt to neutralize allegations that he lacks objectivity (McCulloch’s father a police officer died in the line of duty and African Americans have criticized his handling of past police shootings) In another rare move McCulloch has pledged to immediately release transcripts of the proceedings According to the prosecutor’s office these decisions were made in the interest of transparency though it may also be an attempt to head off criticism in the event that the grand jury declines to indict Wilson Is there a motive for the leaks It’s a criminal act to leak information about grand jury proceedings so the number of leaks the investigation has sprung in recent days is conspicuous The Department of Justice which is conducting its own inquiry into the shooting has condemned the trickle of information"There seems to be an inappropriate effort to influence public opinion about this case” it said on Oct 22 The leaks have also raised questions about whether sources connected to the investigation are spreading this information to prepare the community for the possibility that the grand jury declines to indict The information that has leaked suggests the likelihood of that may be greater than protesters realize How is Ferguson reacting The daily demonstrations are ongoing Protests tapered off in the weeks after Brown’s death but the Oct 8 killing of Vonderrit Myers a black 18-year-old shot by an off-duty St Louis police officer rekindled the community’s fury (Cops say Myers fired at the officer first; forensic evidence released by the police department including lab results that reportedly show gunpowder residue on Myers’ hand and in the waistband of his jeans appear to corroborate that version of events Myers’ family says they believe he was unarmed) Thousands of people massed in St Louis in mid-October for coordinated protests following Myers’ death There were some arrests and sporadic clashes between demonstrators and law enforcement but nothing on the scale of the August riots But it was enough to upset the fragile peace that had set in during September and on Oct 21 Missouri Gov Jay Nixon announced the formation of a commission to address issues like race relations The recent autopsy and other leaks have fanned the flames in Ferguson That anger is likely a mere preview of how the community will react if Wilson is cleared “If there is no indictment” said one protester “all hell is going to break loose” Read next: Mourning Ferguson Write to Alex Altman at alex_altman@timemagazinecomWhen we listen to someone talking we hear some sounds that combine to make words and other sounds that convey such things as the speaker’s emotions and gender The left hemisphere of our brain manages the first task while the right hemisphere specializes in the second Dogs also have this kind of hemispheric bias when listening to the sounds of other dogs But do they have it with human sounds To find out two scientists had dogs sit facing two speakers The researchers then played a recorded short sentence—“Come on then”—and watched which way the dogs turned When the animals heard recordings in which individual words were strongly emphasized they turned to the 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