Daily Archive: October 2, 2018

Oct 02

Supermax deals at stake and more NBA bonuses to watch

Once again, we’re breaking down the NBA players with bonuses to watch in the 2018-19 season. In total, there are 44 players with incentives, an increase of 10 from 2017-18. We also look at the seven players who could be supermax eligible after this season, including one player who could be in line for the …

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Oct 02

Canada revokes Myanmar leader's honorary citizenship

Canada’s Parliament has formally stripped Aung San Suu Kyi of her honorary Canadian citizenship for complicity in the atrocities committed against Myanmar’s Rohingya people. The Senate voted unanimously Tuesday to strip Suu Kyi, Myanmar’s civilian leader, of the symbolic honor bestowed on her in 2007. The upper house’s move follows a similar unanimous vote in the House …

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Oct 02

Aid slowly is tricking to Indonesian disaster-hit areas

Aid was trickling into areas crippled by the devastating earthquake and tsunami on Indonesia’s Sulawesi island, with residents in one neighborhood clapping, cheering and high-fiving at the arrival of a supply truck. A man named Heruwanto said he was happy while clutching a box of instant noodles. “I really haven’t eaten for three days.” Food, …

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Oct 02

Chile church says sorry for conduct guidelines for priests

Chile’s Roman Catholic Church has apologized for a set of conduct guidelines for priests dealing with children that has caused outrage just as the South American country is being rocked by a widespread clerical sex abuse scandal. The recommendations include asking priests not to “touch the area of the genitals or the chest” of minors, …

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Oct 02

UK Defensive backs looking to get the credit they deserve

LEXINGTON, Ky (WTVQ) – On Saturday, the Kentucky defensive backs had three interceptions. Those were huge for a group of guys who feel they haven’t been getting the credit they deserve. Derrick Baity Jr. explains in the video. The post UK Defensive backs looking to get the credit they deserve appeared first on ABC 36 …

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Oct 02

Cats look to clean up mistakes and penalties

LEXINGTON, Ky (WTVQ) – At one point in Saturday’s game against South Carolina, the Cats had to ball near the goal line. After several penalties the Cats were pushed back to 3rd and forever. Terry Wilson knows that’s unacceptable. Check out what else he had to say. The post Cats look to clean up mistakes …

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Oct 02

Maybe that second half wasn’t that bad?

LEXINGTON, Ky (WTVQ) – The Cats were absolutely rolling against South Carolina on Saturday for the first half. The second half, it looked like they struggled. While it may have looked that way to Solid Blue fans, Mark Stoops doesn’t exactly feel the same way. Check out the video for what he had to say. …

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Oct 02

“We don’t need any extra motivation.”

LEXINGTON, Ky (WTVQ) – It seems to be a weekly occurrence, the Wildcats start the week by hearing smack talk about their opponent. This week is no different with Texas A&M. Coach Mark Stoops says it doesn’t even matter any more. Check out the video for what he had to say. The post “We don’t …

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Oct 02

Keeneland catalogs 4,509 horses for November sale

LEXINGTON, Ky. (WTVQ) – Keeneland has cataloged 4,509 horses for its 2018 November Breeding Stock Sale, the world’s largest sale of its kind, to be held Nov. 5-16. Headlining the November Sale catalog are graded stakes winners and graded stakes producers, led by champion Lady Eli, in foal to War Front; Grade 1 stakes winners Dream …

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Oct 02

NBC faces scrutiny for interview with Kavanaugh accuser

When a third woman came forward to accuse Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh of sexual misconduct during 1980s house parties in Maryland, some in the mainstream media kept their distance. NBC News made a different decision. MSNBC aired a 10-minute story Monday about reporter Kate Snow’s interview with Julie Swetnick, with an excerpt on NBC’s …

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