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A jury found two corporate entities at the
The conviction is a validation for
As punishment, the
Argentine Vice President
A three-judge panel found the Peronist leader guilty of fraud, but rejected a charge of running a criminal organization, for which the sentence could have been 12 years in prison. It's the first time an Argentine vice president has been convicted of a crime while in office.
The sentence isn't firm until appeals are decided, a process that could take years. She will remains immune from arrest meanwhile.
Speaking after the verdict, she described herself as the victim of a "judicial mafia."
Her supporters vowed to paralyze the country with a nationwide strike. They clogged downtown
'Next mass killer': Dropped case foretold
"You guys die today and I'm taking you with me," they quoted Aldrich as saying. "I'm loaded and ready."
So began a day of terror Aldrich unleashed in
But charges against Aldrich for the actions that day were dropped and there was no effort to seize the person's weapons under
Clad in body armor and carrying an AR-15-style rifle, Aldrich entered the Club Q gay nightclub just before midnight on
Ramos scores 3 for
A chant of "RONALDO! RONALDO!" swept around the biggest stadium at the World Cup, followed by loud jeers when the fans realized their idol wasn't coming onto the field.
After Ronaldo was dropped from the starting lineup in a bold call by
Ramos, a 21-year-old forward who only made his
"Not even in my wildest dreams did I think about being part of the starting team for the knockout stage," said Ramos, who counts Ronaldo along with
Drones struck inside
Ukrainian officials did not formally confirm carrying out drone strikes inside
A fire broke out at an airport in
Power cut by shooting could be restored sooner than expected
Duke Energy said it expects to be able to restore power by Wednesday night to a county where electric substations were attacked by gunfire.
Duke Energy spokesman
About 35,000 Duke energy customers were still without power Tuesday, down from more than 45,000 at the height of the outage Saturday.
Authorities have said the outages began shortly after
Authorities have not released a motive or said what kind of weapon was used.
US judge gives initial victory to
A federal judge in Port-land delivered an initial victory Tuesday to proponents of a sweeping gun-control measure approved by
U.S. District Judge
"In light of the difficulty the State has conceded in terms of implementation of the permitting provisions at this stage, implementation of those permitting provisions is stayed for thirty days," Immergut wrote.
Measure 114, which narrowly passed in the midterms, requires a permit, criminal background check, fingerprinting and hands-on training course for new firearms buyers and bans the sale, transfer or import of gun magazines over 10 rounds unless they are owned by law enforcement or a military member or were owned before the measure's passage. Those who already own high-capacity magazines can only possess them in their homes or use them at a firing range, in shooting competitions or for hunting as allowed by state law after the measure takes effect.
Hockey's history shows handful of non-white pioneers
But in the commonly known history of hockey, a predominantly white sport in
Historians agree that there were Indigenous players on the ice well before
There are no detailed demographical records from the NHL's earliest years, the league and historians say.
Because of that - and because some players hid or downplayed their own Indigenous or Asian heritage to avoid racist treatment - defining the sport's trailblazers and who broke the so-called color barrier in the NHL is difficult at best and likely impossible to prove.
"It's really hard to identify who was the first because if you go back into everyone's certain ancestry, a lot of people will have Indigenous or other minority groups in them, so it's hard to pinpoint," hockey historian and author
A 1,300-year-old gold and gemstone necklace found on the site of a new housing development marks the grave of a powerful woman who may have been an early Christian religious leader in
Experts say the necklace, uncovered with other items near
The woman is long gone - some tooth enamel is all that remains.
But scientists say her long-buried trove will shed new light on life in 7th century
The items are "a definite statement of wealth as well as Christian faith," said
"She was extremely devout, but was she a princess? Was she a nun? Was she more than a nun - an abbess? … We don't know," Black-more said.
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