By Rob Harris The Associated Press Sat., April 7, 2018 MANCHESTER, England—Manchester City collapsed to Manchester United to lose 3-2 and missed out on securing the English Premier League in record time on Saturday. City shredded United apart in the first half, with Vincent Kompany and Ilkay Gundogan scoring in a six-minute span, but the celebrations inside Etihad Stadium were premature. United, which didn’t manage a shot on target in the first half, was transformed after the break — netting three times. Inevitably, the goals that drew United level came twice in two minutes from Paul Pogba — a day after City manager Pep Guardiola claimed he was offered the chance to sign the Frenchman in the January transfer window. And Chris Smalling, so fragile in the United defence in the first half, came through with the winner in the 69th minute when he was left unmarked to meet Alexis Sanchez’s free kick. Article Continued Below For City, which … [Read more...] about City kicked about in second half by Man U
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By The Associated Press Fri., March 9, 2018 BOWLING GREEN, Ky. — The man accused of tackling U.S. Sen. Rand Paul in the Kentucky lawmaker’s yard has pleaded guilty to the attack that broke the senator’s ribs. Rene Boucher’s lawyer says his client pleaded guilty Friday to a federal charge of assaulting a member of Congress resulting in personal injury. Attorney Matt Baker said the episode has been “profoundly embarrassing” for Boucher. A judge set sentencing for June 15. Federal prosecutors will seek a 21-month prison sentence for Boucher. The charge carries up to 10 years in prison and a $250,000 fine. Baker says he’ll argue for probation. Article Continued Below Paul was attacked Nov. 3 while mowing his lawn at his home. A friend of Paul’s said the senator had gotten off his riding mower to remove a limb when he was tackled from behind. Read more: U.S. Sen. Rand Paul’s alleged attacker charged with federal … [Read more...] about Kentucky man accused of tackling U.S. Sen. Rand Paul pleads guilty
By John Raby The Associated Press Sun., Feb. 25, 2018 CHARLESTON, W.Va.—The death toll rose to at least five on Sunday after severe thunderstorms swept through the central U.S., spawning a tornado that flattened homes, gale force winds and widespread flooding from the Upper Midwest to Appalachia. The system that stretched from Texas to the Canadian Maritime provinces had prompted several emergency declarations even before the dangerous storms arrived. In southwestern Michigan, the body of a 48-year-old man was found floating in floodwaters Sunday in Kalamazoo, city Public Safety Lt. David Thomas said. Police were withholding the release of his name until notifying relatives. Read more: Winter storm dumps snow on U.S. South, could strengthen into ‘bomb cyclone’ Article Continued Below Winter storm pummels Atlantic Canada, eastern U.S., with high winds, snow, record cold Tornadoes, thunderstorms blamed for at least 20 deaths across U.S. … [Read more...] about At least 5 dead after tornado, flooding from severe storm sweeps through central U.S.
By Emma McIntosh Staff Reporter Thu., Feb. 22, 2018 A 21-year-old Toronto man has been charged in a fatal shooting near the University of Toronto’s Scarborough campus last week. Anik Stewart, 21, was shot at 271 Old Kingston Rd., near Military Trail, at about 1 a.m. on Feb. 15. Stewart was rushed to hospital, but died from his injuries. Aruran Suthakaran of Toronto was arrested Wednesday evening, charged with second-degree murder. Stewart’s death was Toronto’s seventh homicide of 2018. Article Continued Below Do you want to help shape ? Join our team of readers who are passionate about journalism and share your views. Sign up … [Read more...] about Police arrest suspect in fatal shooting near U of T’s Scarborough campus