Two Solid Defenses Against Two Balanced Attacks – CBS Boston

BOSTON (CBS) — The Celtics sharpened their claws after the season in a first round match against the talented Brooklyn Nets, followed by a grueling, hard-fought seven-game win over defending champions Milwaukee Bucks. They will need those claws in a showdown with the Miami Heat in the Eastern Conference Finals. The road to a title … Read more

Kyhara Tay identified as 11-year-old fatally shot in NYC

The innocent 11-year-old girl who was fatally shot by a gunman on a moped in broad daylight has been identified as Kyhara Tay, police said on Tuesday. Kyhara was visiting a nail salon with a friend just before 5 p.m. Monday when the gunman opened fire — targeting another man on Westchester Avenue and Fox … Read more

Albanian must give ‘soft’ voters ‘something to vote for’

Sky News contributor Caroline Di Russo says voters have tried to give opposition leader Anthony Albanese the “benefit of the doubt”. “As we get closer I think that soft and indecisive mood will break out late,” she told Sky News presenter Jenna Clarke. “If Anthony Albanian doesn’t give those people something to vote for, they … Read more

How does Australia’s voting system work?

As you head to your local polling station this Saturday, or cast your vote in an early vote, it’s worth pondering: how does the Australian voting system actually work? The foundations of our electoral system have been shaped by democratic values ​​enshrined in the Australian Constitution and pragmatic decisions taken by federal politicians since 1901. … Read more

Police investigate ‘shocking’ attack on Jewish men in Melbourne

Two men have been attacked outside a Melbourne supermarket in what police suspect was an anti-Semitic incident. Law enforcement says a 50-year-old man stepped in to help after witnessing another man become a victim of anti-Semitic abuse at a supermarket on Glen Huntley Road, Elsternwick, at 10.30pm on Sunday. Police suspect the 50-year-old man was … Read more

Manure shortages ‘consequence of insane green insane policy’

Nationals Senator Matt Canavan says the global fertilizer shortage will mean “food shortages are real” — and the United States and the United Kingdom fear the same. “This is all a result of the crazy green insane policies that several western countries have adopted in recent years,” he told Sky News presenter Andrew Bolt. “If … Read more

Manure shortages ‘consequence of insane green insane policy’

Nationals Senator Matt Canavan says the global fertilizer shortage will mean “food shortages are real” — and the United States and the United Kingdom fear the same. “This is all a result of the crazy green insane policies that several western countries have adopted in recent years,” he told Sky News presenter Andrew Bolt. “If … Read more

Albanian must give ‘soft’ voters ‘something to vote for’

Sky News contributor Caroline Di Russo says voters have tried to give opposition leader Anthony Albanese the “benefit of the doubt”. “As we get closer I think that soft and indecisive mood will break out late,” she told Sky News presenter Jenna Clarke. “If Anthony Albanian doesn’t give those people something to vote for, they … Read more