Cris Cyborg rules out UFC return ahead of pro boxing debut

Cris Cyborg, UFC 240 weigh-ins Credit: Jay Anderson/Cageside Press Former UFC women’s featherweight champion and current Bellator MMA champion Cris Cyborg has ruled out a return to the Octagon, barring major organizational changes. A champion in every major promotion she has competed for – Strikeforce, Invicta FC, UFC and Bellator MMA – Cyborg (26-2, 1NC) … Read more

Appeals court rules Justice Department can use Mar-a-Lago records in criminal cases: NPR

Pages from a U.S. Court of Appeals ruling for the 11th Circuit in Atlanta overturning a judge’s stay on the Justice Department’s ability to use classified documents seized by the FBI at Trump’s Mar-a-Lago estate. John Elswick/AP hide caption caption toggle John Elswick/AP Pages from a U.S. Court of Appeals ruling for the 11th Circuit … Read more

Big change to Pennsylvania’s medical malpractice rules could help victims, but opponents fear cost

PA spotlight is an independent, nonpartisan newsroom maintained by The Philadelphia Inquirer in partnership with PennLive/The Patriot-News, TribLIVE/Pittsburgh Tribune-Review and WITF Public Media. Sign up for our free newsletters. HARRISBURG — The Pennsylvania Supreme Court on Thursday took the controversial step of overturning a two-decade-old rule aimed at curbing a crisis of doctors leaving the … Read more

As a result of the bullying on the football team, Middletown school rules lay out possible punishments

Reports of several violent bullying episodes involving Middletown Area High School’s football team have sparked speculation about whether or under what circumstances the players involved will be allowed to remain in school. Student discipline in Pennsylvania is in some cases a tightly defined process – and in others a fairly loose one. In a statement … Read more

After the abuse, Pa. school disciplinary rules. expose possible punishment

Reports of several violent hazing episodes involving the Middletown High School football team have sparked speculation about whether or under what circumstances the players involved will be allowed to remain in school. Student discipline in Pennsylvania is in some cases a tightly defined process—and in others, a fairly loose one. In a statement Wednesday announcing … Read more

The frame of your license plate is enough for Pennsylvania police to pull you over, court rules

Story by Angela Kouloumbis of Spotlight PA PA spotlight is an independent, nonpartisan newsroom maintained by The Philadelphia Inquirer in partnership with PennLive/The Patriot-News, TribLIVE/Pittsburgh Tribune-Review and WITF Public Media. Sign up for our free newsletters. HARRISBURG – Thousands of Pennsylvania drivers may now be at greater risk of being pulled over by police – … Read more

Kim Kardashian among celebs breaking US drought rules

Kim Kardashian and celebrity neighbors including Sylvester Stallone have received warnings for repeatedly flouting water restrictions at their homes in drought-stricken California, the Los Angeles Times reported Monday. Strict water restrictions — imposed as the western United States experiences its 23rd straight year of drought worsened by human-caused climate change — are in place in … Read more

Malawi court rules witnesses can testify in SA

A court in Malawi has ruled that witnesses in the extradition case of self-proclaimed prophet Shepherd Bushiri and his wife Mary can testify in South Africa. Malawi Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) Dr Stephen Kayuni confirmed on Monday that the Lilongwe Magistrate’s Court has agreed that witnesses in the matter can testify before any court … Read more

OPINION: From godfather Donald to sensational Rabada, Proteas pace rules

Kagiso Rabada became the second-fastest bowler in terms of deliveries to reach 250 Test wickets during South Africa’s almighty hammering of England at Lord’s, making it three Proteas in the top four of this particular statistical honors list. The great Dale Steyn heads the list, needing just 9,927 deliveries to take 250 wickets, with Rabada … Read more

Justice Department wrongly withheld parts of Russia probe memo, court rules: NPR

Then-Attorney General William Barr appears before a House Appropriations Subcommittee on Capitol Hill in Washington, April 9, 2019. A federal appeals court ruled Friday that the Justice Department under Barr improperly withheld portions of an internal memo, which he cited in publicly declaring that then-President Donald Trump had not obstructed justice in the Russia investigation. … Read more

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