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    Hamilton creator Lin-Manuel Miranda has now spoken out publicly against the Texas church that performed an unauthorized version of his hit Broadway musical. The Door Christian Fellowship Ministries in McAllen, Texas, hosted two showings of the adapted production last weekend that added references from the Bible that were never in the original script. In a statement posted on his Twitter and Instagram pages, Miranda shared his gratitude for Hamilton supporters, along with a declaration that he now has his legal team on the matter. Lin-Manuel Miranda, 42, is speaking out publicly for the first time against the Texas church that performed two unauthorized performances of hit hit musical Hamilton 'Grateful to all of you who reached out about this illegal, unauthorized production. Now lawyers do their work,' Miranda, 42, wrote on Wednesday.  He added, 'And always grateful to the @dramatistsguild, who have the backs of writers everywhere, be it your first play or your fiftieth.' RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Multiple people are injured after being slashed with a RAZOR... REVEALED: Fred Savage was fired from Wonder...
    An Australian mum has shared a genius hack for drying shoes in the dryer without causing damage and preventing them from bouncing around the drum.  Gee Edwards, from Sydney, has gone viral on TikTok after she posted a clip demonstrating how she secured the shoe's laces in the dryer door before turning it on.  'Life hack #1206 I wish I knew years ago,' the handy mum wrote in the video simply captioned 'You're welcome'.   Scroll down for video Sydney mum Gee Edwards has shared her handy hack for drying shoes in the tumble dryer without them bouncing around in the drum causing a ruckus RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Foodies are buying this $149 THREE pot slow cooker to meal... Inside the 'magical' Peter Pan popup bar that takes... Traveller stumbles upon an incredible hidden canyon along a... DIY pro transforms an old towel into a VASE with cement and... Share this article Share To stop the shoes tumbling around in the dryer, Gee started by tying the laces on...
    Some experts are hopeful they have made a groundbreaking discovery in the race for an HIV cure using technology from the emerging world of gene editing. Researchers at Northwestern University used CRISPR, a gene editing technology that is growing in both use and in opposition, to identify parts of the virus that are key to its ability to infect human blood cells and replicate. While it is still a long way away, the researchers are hopeful that their discovery will open the door for further investigation that will eventually lead to the development of a cure, or vaccine, for the virus. More than one million Americans are infected with HIV, according to stats from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, and while the infection can be managed with therapeutics, there is still no cure. A team at Northwestern University used CRISPR gene editing technology to identify over 80 genes that are involved in the process of HIV infecting cells and replicating in the person's body (file photo) Dr Judd Hulquist led the research, which was published earlier this...
    Georgia football coach Kirby Smart is doing his best to kill any speculation about the team’s quarterback situation. Fans of the Bulldogs have been eager to see if it will be Stetson Bennett or JT Daniels under center against Michigan. After a blowout loss to Alabama in the SEC title game, many are clamoring for the latter. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football) However, it’s still the Stetson Bennett show. According to Seth Emerson, Smart told the media Wednesday, “Stetson is our starting quarterback. The JT situation will be what’s the situation (in the game), right? And also is he healthy enough.” Kirby Smart: “Stetson is our starting quarterback. The JT situation will be what’s the situation (in the game), right? And also is he healthy enough.” — Seth Emerson (@SethWEmerson) December 29, 2021 Smart is the first coach with the Bulldogs to draw this line in the sand. OC Todd Monken previously assured fans that the team can win with Bennett under center. Will Georgia Make A Huge Quarterback Change?...
    Chicago Bears quarterback Justin Fields is not expected to return from his ribs injury Sunday against the Arizona Cardinals, but one of his fellow rookies could potentially see his first NFL game action. Bears coach Matt Nagy named quarterback Andy Dalton the starter and Nick Foles the backup for the Week 13 game at Soldier Field, saying Fields is making progress but wasn’t ready to be medically cleared to play. Meanwhile, the Bears have cleared rookie offensive tackle Teven Jenkins to be activated 3½ months after he underwent back surgery. Jenkins, the No. 39 draft pick out of Oklahoma State in the spring, returned to practice Nov. 15 and is feeling good, Nagy said. Nagy indicated Jenkins — for now — will be offensive line depth behind veteran left tackle Jason Peters and rookie right tackle Larry Borom, but he also could be used on the field-goal/extra-points team or in special situations. Nagy said a rotation with Borom midseason might be too difficult to execute. “When you draft a guy you’re always anticipating how he’s going...
    Garbiñe Muguruza, seventh seed of the Olympic tennis tournament, swept China Qiang Wang (6-3 and 6-0) in Ariake Park to access the knockout stages of the Tokyo Games. WangThe 29-year-old, number 49 in the world rankings, nevertheless offered stubborn resistance in the first games. Only in the sixth could the Spanish open a gap on the scoreboard (2-4) and, after breaking each other’s service then, Garbiñe closed the sleeve in 35 minutes (6-3). The second set was another story. With powerful blows and very combative, Muguruza started with a new service break that he consolidated in the second game (2-0) and from then on, the china game collapsed until it hit a zero. Gallery The images of Garbiñe Muguruza’s victory over Wang In the round of 16, Garbiñe will face the Belgian Alison Van Uytvanck, who defeated the Czech Petra Kvitova
    On the same day that the world reached the grim milestone of 4 million COVID-19 deaths, World Health Organization chief Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus warned that variants are causing a "wave of death" in some parts of the world with less access to vaccines.  "Variants are currently winning the race against vaccines because of inequitable vaccine production and distribution," Ghebreyesus said Wednesday at his biweekly conference in Geneva. "It didn’t have to be this way and it doesn’t have to be this way going forward." Ghebreyesus called on economic leaders of the Group of 20 countries, who are set to meet this week, to work together on getting vaccines and other health tools to less developed countries.  "Vaccine nationalism, where a handful of nations have taken the lion's share, is morally indefensible," Ghebreyesus said Wednesday. "At this stage in the pandemic, the fact that millions of health and care workers have still not been vaccinated is abhorrent." Maryland's mobile vaccination clinic was staffed with members of the Maryland National Guard and part of the Maryland Vaccine Equity Task Force,...
    NCAA president Mark Emmert Brett Wilhelm/NCAA Photos via Getty Images The Supreme Court ruled that the NCAA violated antitrust laws with previous policies.  Those policies limited how much college athletes could receive in educational benefits.  Now, countless athletes could come forward with their own lawsuits against the NCAA.  Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. The Supreme Court's ruling in the Alston vs. NCAA case could be just the start of a series of costly legal losses for the governing body of college sports.  In a unanimous 9-0 decision, the court ruled that the NCAA violated antitrust laws by putting a $5,000 limit on what universities can supply in educational resources for college athletes. Now, countless college athletes who suffered hindrances to their education because of those limits could have a case to make against the NCAA.  Michael Burwick, a partner at law firm Greenspoon Marder who focuses his practice on sports law, expects a wave of individual and class action lawsuits to be filed against the NCAA for damages. "The NCAA continues to rely on the sanctity...
    Ashli Babbitt, a 35-year-old Air Force veteran from San Diego, was shot and killed when she and other Trump supporters stormed the Capitol on January 6  The family of Ashli Babbitt say she was murdered when she was fatally shot by a police officer during the US Capitol riots - as they plan to file a multi-million dollar wrongful death lawsuit against the police department.  Babbitt, a 35-year-old Air Force veteran from San Diego, was shot and killed when she and other Trump supporters stormed the Capitol on January 6. A police officer, who has never been identified, fired a single gunshot when Babbitt tried to climb through the broken part of a door leading to an area outside the House Chamber where lawmakers were hauled up.  Federal prosecutors decided last month not to bring charges against the officer who fired the fatal shot due to a lack of evidence. Babbitt's family, however, believe she was murdered.  'In the eyes of her family? Of course she was,' the family's attorney, Terry Roberts, told WUSA. 'I mean, there was just no legal justification to take her...
    Two police actions held in Madrid on March 21 and 22 to dissolve two illegal parties carried out in homes and identifying those who participated in them have awakened a certain controversy over the mode in which the agents entered the flats. In one they broke down the door. In another, they used the slip method to open the door. In both cases, without court order. In the reports, as published The country, who participated in the operation they protect themselves to enter without prior authorization from the judge “In an internal order to enter homes with illegal parties ”in the context of the measures imposed to prevent the spread of coronavirus. A situation that has brought up the annulled and controversial ‘Corcuera law’ of the ‘leg in the door’. The occupants of the house were celebrating a party and when the agents did not open the door, they threw it down. (Photo: .) Although several jurists consulted by the aforementioned newspaper consider that the action was “disproportionate”, the police reports to which it has had access The country state...
    Charges have been permanently dismissed with prejudice against Breonna Taylor’s boyfriend, who shot a police officer during the deadly raid that killed Taylor, according to reports. Jefferson Circuit Court Judge Olu Stevens in Kentucky signed an order on Monday permanently closing the criminal case against Kenneth L. Walker. Stevens’ order dismissed the 2020 indictment against Walker with prejudice, meaning it can’t be reconsidered. Attorney Benjamin Crump, left, holds up the hand of Kenneth Walker during a rally on the steps of the Kentucky State Capitol in Frankfort, Ky., Thursday, June 25, 2020.  (AP Photo/Timothy D. Easley) Taylor was fatally shot by police who burst through her door with a narcotics warrant on March 13, 2020. She and Walker had settled in for the night when police arrived and knocked down the door. Walker said he thought an intruder was breaking in and he fired a single shot that struck Sgt. Jonathan Mattingly in the thigh. BREONNA TAYLOR DEATH: LOUISVILLE POLICE DOCUMENTS SHINE LIGHT INTO INVESTIGATION DETAILS  "I'm not naive enough to believe that, A, maybe Kenneth Walker didn't...
    February 11, 2021 11:45 AM | With information from DPA 15 minutes. The president of the United States (USA), Joe Biden, signed an executive order on Thursday that decrees the “national emergency” due to the open political crisis in Burma. As far, Treasury and State departments are urged to prepare sanctions against responsible leaders of the blow military on February 1, in which the government led by Aung San Suu Kyi was deposed. Biden advanced this step on Wednesday, with which he wants to punish the military who “overthrew the democratically elected civilian government” in Burma. Further, “unjustly arrested government leaders, politicians, human rights defenders, journalists and religious leaders“. The coup, according to Biden, shattered the “democratic transition” undertaken in Burma. “It constitutes an unusual and extraordinary threat to US national security and foreign policy,” according to the executive order. Biden leaves Burma penniless Said initiative authorizes the blocking of assets that the persons and entities indicated – yet to be determined – may have under North American sovereignty. “The US Government is taking steps to prevent generals from improperly...
    Pence refuses to invoke the 25th Amendment and opens the door to impeachment against Trump
    (CNN)A horrifying video from Wednesday's Capitol riots showed an officer crushed between waves of a pro-Trump mob and officers defending the building. During the confrontation, captured on video by investigative outlet Status Coup, one officer was pinned between a door and the masses of people.At least one individual attempted to rip away the officer's mask while he was wedged, as he screamed in agony.The video panned over to the rioters, who chanted, "Heave, ho! Heave, ho!" while pushing further into the entryway.The officer reenters the frame of the video stuck in the same position, now maskless and bloodied, screaming for help. A voice can be heard amid the fray, yelling, "Let him back, let him out!" Read MoreThe officer eventually was able to free himself from the door. He appeared to answer in the affirmative when asked if he was OK. The condition of the officer is not known.Americans watched the Capitol riot in horror and disgust. Heres what they told us.CNN spoke with the individual who shot the video, Jon Farina, who noted the clash between police and rioters...
    African Americans queue up at a relief station in 1937 Louisville, Kentucky. Night Owls, a themed open thread, appears at Daily Kos seven days a week 16 DAYS UNTIL JOE BIDEN AND KAMALA HARRIS TAKE THE OATH OF OFFICE Zak Cheney-Rice at The Intelligencer writes—The Never-ending Coup Against Black America. Historically, “recovery” tends to look a lot like betrayal. The last time I visited my grandparents’ hometown, I was researching an article about lynching. In 1918, a white mob tore through Valdosta, Georgia, and the neighboring county and murdered at least 11 Black people, including Mary Turner, who was eight months pregnant and found suspended by her ankles and disemboweled. My cousin is a history buff and offered to show me around. Crossing town in his pickup truck, we drove down a leafy street where, according to local lore, the mob went door-to-door looking for a Black man accused of killing his white employer and allegedly shot residents who failed to disclose his whereabouts. The goal of my story was to investigate a personal connection. One of the lynch mob’s...
    THEY patrol the streets to keep you safe - but female officers in the UK face violence and sexual assaults on a near daily basis.  We recently published pictures of the horrific wounds inflicted on a female officer after a teenage thug attacked her in Ashby-de-la-Zouch, Leics, in September. 9The unnamed officer needed 17 stitches on her nose after a teenage thug attacked her in Ashby-de-la-Zouch, Leics, in September.Credit: SWNS:South West News Service The anonymous officer needed 17 stitches on her nose after the savage attack while cuffing a suspect. It’s a scene ex-Police officer Alice Vinten, 39, from Westcliff-on-Sea, Essex, is only too familiar with after spending 11 years with the Met. In her memoir On The Line, Alice recounts a warts and all diary of her ten years working for the Met police. She left the service in 2015 but will never forget the action she saw on the thin blue line. From domestic violence to terror attacks, Alice shares a day in the life of a female copper.  9The unnamed officer was left with black eyes...
    Canelo Alvarez has expressed his interest in fighting the unified welterweight champion of the world, Errol Spence Jr. In a recent conversation, the four-division champion lauded Spence Jr. and stated that he would be interested in a potential fight with “The Truth” in the near future. “Spence is a great fighter. The weight is very difficult, but we’ll see later. He is a great fighter,” said Alvarez. Canelo Alvarez is scheduled to take on Callum Smith on December 19 in Texas in a bout to unify the WBA super-middleweight and The Ring middleweight championships. Alvarez holds the WBA (regular) super middleweight title that he won back in December 2018 by beating Rocky Fielding. LAS VEGAS, NV – SEPTEMBER 15: Boxer Canelo Alvarez poses on the scale during his official weigh-in at MGM Grand Garden Arena on September 15, 2017 in Las Vegas, Nevada. Alvarez will challenge WBC, WBA and IBF middleweight champion Gennady Golovkin for his titles at T-Mobile Arena on September 16 in Las Vegas. (Photo by Ethan Miller/Getty Images) On the other side, Callum is currently undefeated in...
    Wichita State men's basketball coach Gregg Marshall has resigned and agreed to a $7.7 million settlement following the school's internal investigation into allegations of verbal and physical abuse, including claims he punched a player and choked an assistant. The settlement will be paid out over six years, the Kansas university announced Tuesday. Wichita State has not revealed the findings of its internal investigation.  Assistant coach Isaac Brown was promoted to interim head coach as the Shockers approach their season opener on November 25. In October, the school announced that it had hired a St. Louis law firm to conduct an internal probe into Marshall's behavior following reports of abuse from Stadium and The Athletic. 'Our student-athletes are our primary concern,' Wichita State athletic director Darron Boatright said. 'While the university acknowledges the success of the basketball program under Coach Marshall, this decision is in the best interest of the university, its student athletes and the WSU community.'  Wichita State men's basketball coach Gregg Marshall is denying allegations that he punched a player and choked an assistant during the 2015-16...
    This ritual is performed when a person wishes to keep thieves away and protect those who live inside the home There are spells to protect the home from criminals. Photo: Steffen Salow / Pixabay Burglaries are a concern that can lead us to invest large amounts of money to keep it protected from thievesEven so, the uncertainty remains in us mainly when our loved ones live in the home. So it is not worth asking the universe for help spiritually protect the home. The protection spells against theft of house-room they serve to keep away the lovers of the other people’s of our home, as well as to avoid vandalism or anything that could disturb our sacred place. The ritual that we review below, in addition, works to spiritually safeguard loved ones who live with you so you can practice it every time you leave home and they stay there. It should be noted that no spell replaces the security precautions that we must take, such as locking doors and locking windows. Also read: What ritual...
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