Lyrics can be used as evidence during rapper Young Thug’s trial on gang and racketeering charges, judge rules

When rapper Young Thug goes to trial later this month on gang and racketeering charges, prosecutors will be allowed to use rap lyrics as evidence against him, a judge ruled Thursday. Fulton County Superior Court Chief Judge Ural Glanville said in court he would allow prosecutors to introduce 17 sets of lyrics they have identified […]

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He’s Gone From Miami, to Celebrity, to Upending Greek Politics

Stefanos Kasselakis was virtually unknown in Greece just six months ago when he was a no-chance election candidate with Syriza, the country’s main opposition party. These days, thanks to an electoral drubbing of that party, a meteoric ascent fueled by a skillful social media campaign, his status as a former Goldman Sachs trader and a

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Jets won’t activate Duane Brown this week, won’t have Billy Turner Sunday night

The Jets won’t be getting tackle Duane Brown back in the lineup for Sunday night’s game against the Raiders. Jets head coach Robert Saleh said on Friday that the team will not activate Brown from injured reserve this week. Brown is recovering from a hip injury and resumed practicing with the team last week. While

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Britain’s Prisons Are Dangerously Close to Capacity

The prison system in England and Wales is dangerously close to capacity, with 98 percent of available spaces full, according to data released by Britain’s Ministry of Justice on Friday that experts said underscored an ongoing crisis within the criminal justice system. The reality of overcrowded prisons and an accompanying rise in inmate violence and

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Fighting rages around Gaza’s hospitals as U.S. cautions over civilian losses

Comment on this storyComment Add to your saved stories Save JERUSALEM — Israeli tanks, explosions and falling artillery shells surrounded Gaza City’s overcrowded hospitals on Friday as Israeli forces escalated their battle against Hamas militants despite renewed concerns globally over civilian casualties. At least five hospitals reported being under siege or in close proximity to

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Beckham reveals his love for coffee and trophy target for England team

Nespresso officially welcomed David Beckham as a brand partner. The partnership reflected Beckham’s love of coffee and a unique insight into how he makes everyday moments unforgettable with Nespresso. Beckham reveals his love for coffee and trophy target for England teamLAPRESSE Beckham is co-owner of Major League Soccer franchise Inter Miami CF, long-term UNICEF ambassador

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Israel-Hamas War: Palestinian Deaths Could Exceed the Cited Toll, a U.S. Official Tells Congress

Thousands of pro-Palestinian protesters calling for a cease-fire in the Israel-Hamas war shut down traffic in Midtown Manhattan on Thursday night, marking one of the largest actions in New York City in recent weeks. Earlier in the day, dozens of students protested at schools around the city. Pro-Israel and pro-Palestinian protests have become a daily

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