Buffalo gunman aimed to keep killing if he got away: Police

The white gunman accused of massacring 10 Black people in a racist rampage at a Buffalo supermarket planned to keep killing if he had escaped the scene, the police commissioner said Monday, as the possibility of federal hate crime or domestic terror charges loomed. The gunman, who had crossed the state to target people at the Tops… Continue reading Buffalo gunman aimed to keep killing if he got away: Police

Islanders hire longtime Trotz assistant Lambert as coach

When the New York Islanders fired coach Barry Trotz, general manager Lou Lamoriello believed the team needed a new voice. That new voice is coming from inside the same coaches’ room. The Islanders on Monday named Lane Lambert as Trotz’s replacement, giving his longtime assistant his first head coaching job in the NHL. It took… Continue reading Islanders hire longtime Trotz assistant Lambert as coach

DC convention center first to receive WELL Health-Safety rating

The Walter E. Washington Convention Center. (Courtesy Events DC) The Washington Convention Center has the most conferences, conventions and events booked for 2022 since before the pandemic — twice as many as 2021 — and people attending them can be assured of one thing: It’s clean. It is the first convention center in the world… Continue reading DC convention center first to receive WELL Health-Safety rating

Jury sees pics of Heard’s swollen face after fight with Depp

FALLS CHURCH, Va. (AP) — Jurors in Johnny Depp’s libel trial against his ex-wife, Amber Heard, saw photos Monday of her with red marks and swelling on her face after their final fight before their divorce, and heard testimony about her expertise in covering up bruises with makeup. Heard was back on the witness stand… Continue reading Jury sees pics of Heard’s swollen face after fight with Depp

Review: ‘Team America’ plumbs enduring impact of 4 generals

“Team America: Patton, MacArthur, Marshall, Eisenhower, and the World They Forged” by Robert L. O’Connell (Harper) Insightful and informative, military historian Robert L. O’Connell’s latest book carries a title that might evoke in today’s readers a group of superheroes bent on saving the free world — in this case four Army generals transforming the United… Continue reading Review: ‘Team America’ plumbs enduring impact of 4 generals

Vision of Hamlin, Jordan comes into focus with win at Kansas

KANSAS CITY, Kan. (AP) — Michael Jordan and Denny Hamlin founded 23XI Racing with a vision that extended far beyond the race track. The Hall of Fame basketball player and the three-time Daytona 500 champion looked around the sport a couple of years ago and realized that it needed to get younger and much more… Continue reading Vision of Hamlin, Jordan comes into focus with win at Kansas

Pakistan arrests woman allegedly targeting Chinese workers

QUETTA, Pakistan (AP) — Pakistani security forces acting on intelligence arrested a woman who was allegedly planning attacks on Chinese working on construction projects in the southwest, authorities said Monday. The arrest was announced by the counter-terrorism department in Baluchistan province. In a statement, it said the woman is a member of The Baluchistan Liberation… Continue reading Pakistan arrests woman allegedly targeting Chinese workers

Former MVP Delle Donne’s return gives Mystics, WNBA a boost

When a player of Elena Delle Donne’s stature returns after a long absence, the entire sport can feel the impact. Her coach, her Washington Mystics teammates, and even her opponents like what they see so far. “She’s not 100% healthy, but to be able to do what she does, she’s a Hall of Famer,” Dallas… Continue reading Former MVP Delle Donne’s return gives Mystics, WNBA a boost

Lynx Activate Kayla McBride

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — Seeking a jolt from their sluggish start, the Lynx announced Monday they’ve activated Kayla McBride. McBride, a veteran guard who spent the winter playing overseas, started every game last season for the Lynx, averaging 13.7 points a night. To make room for McBride, the team released Yvonne Turner. MORE: Sylvia Fowles Mural… Continue reading Lynx Activate Kayla McBride

Broncos podcast: Thoughts on 2022 schedule, Jerry Jeudy’s arrest, rookie minicamp and more

In this edition of the 1st & Orange podcast, Denver Post sportswriters Kyle Newman and Ryan O’Halloran break down the Broncos’ 2022 schedule. Plus, thoughts on Jerry Jeudy’s arrest, observations from last weekend’s rookie minicamp, looking ahead to next week’s OTAs and more analysis in a packed show. Related Articles Denver Broncos | Broncos podcast:… Continue reading Broncos podcast: Thoughts on 2022 schedule, Jerry Jeudy’s arrest, rookie minicamp and more