Story highlights Abdulrahman Sameer Noorah escaped house arrest days before trialHe is charged with manslaughter for the death of Oregon teen Fallon Smart(CNN) A Saudi student accused of killing an Oregon teenager in a traffic accident is on the run after skipping bail paid by a Saudi consulate. Authorities in Portland said Abdulrahman Sameer Noorah, 21, escaped house arrest this month while awaiting trial for manslaughter for the hit-and-run accident that killed 15-year-old Fallon Smart last summer. Authorities discovered Noorah had managed to remove his ankle bracelet nine days before his trial was scheduled to begin, said Multnomah County Deputy District Attorney Shawn Overstreet. "He abided with his conditions of release for nine months," said Overstreet. Shane Smart, Fallon's uncle, expressed his anger in a Facebook post.
June 25, 2017 01:30 UTC
Forbes Councils combines an innovative, high-touch approach to community management perfected by the team behind Young Entrepreneur Council with the extensive resources and global reach of Forbes. OLAF STARORYPINSPINSPKI/HEALTH NETWORK Jeffrey Wisotzkey has joined Health Network Laboratories as clinical laboratory director. Jeffrey Wisotzkey has joined Health Network Laboratories as clinical laboratory director. DR. JEFFREY WISOTZKEYWisotzkey has joined Health Network Laboratories as clinical laboratory director. He previously served as Clinical Laboratory Director at Genomind, and prior to that as Technical Director of Laboratory Operations at the Central Pennsylvania Alliance Laboratory.
June 25, 2017 00:56 UTC
These people detailed by Forbes are worth billions of dollars, including the richest man in America, Bill Gates, who is worth $88.9 billion. The richest person in all of Arizona, according to Forbes, is Bruce Halle. Forbes said the company now has $4.2 billion in estimated sales with over 900 stores in 31 states. When Forbes initially released its full findings of the richest people in the nation, Halle was worth $6.0 billion, good for No. That doesn’t mean he is the 27th richest person in the U.S., however, as some states have multiple people worth more than Halle monetary wise.
June 25, 2017 00:33 UTC
For all the winning the Nationals have done this season, few games have gone as smoothly as their 18-3 win over the Reds on Saturday. The Nationals pummeled Reds starter Homer Bailey for eight runs in 1⅔ innings. After hitting well over .300 in the second half last season, Turner slid somewhat to start this one — which is not unexpected, a sophomore slump. His second hit in two innings drove home Michael A. Taylor to help the Nationals build their lead to three. Turner finished the day 5 for 5 with five singles, a career high.
June 24, 2017 23:54 UTC
Trump has long disputed that the Russians interfered with the election, calling it “all a big Dem HOAX” just this week. But on Friday evening, after the publication of The Post’s article, Trump demanded to know why Obama hadn’t done more to stop the meddling. Just out: The Obama Administration knew far in advance of November 8th about election meddling by Russia. Since the Obama Administration was told way before the 2016 Election that the Russians were meddling, why no action? Obama Administration official said they "choked" when it came to acting on Russian meddling of election.
June 24, 2017 23:49 UTC
The pitching effort, led by seven strong innings from Dylan Bundy (8-6) and supplemented with two combined relief innings from Donnie Hart and Mychal Givens, ended the Orioles’ 20-game streak of allowing at least five runs. More importantly for the Orioles, he had a firmer fastball than he has in recent starts. He hit 94 mph in the fourth inning and maintained 92-93 mph on his fastball for most of the day. Left fielder Joey Rickard and Janish each bunted for hits in the eighth inning, and Rickard scored on a sacrifice fly to center field by Machado. Orioles note: Closer Zach Britton (left forearm strain) could move his rehab assignment from Class-A Delmarva to Double-A Bowie on Monday.
June 24, 2017 23:48 UTC
Emirates Team New Zealand and Oracle Team USA start race five on day three of the America's Cup on Saturday in Bermuda. Photo: Chris CameronBERMUDA— Larry Ellison’s Oracle Team USA on Saturday won its first race in sailing’s America’s Cup, avoiding a sweep by Emirates Team New Zealand and keeping alive hopes that the U.S. can again come from behind to beat the Kiwis. Oracle’s victory came after the U.S. team lost the first race, making a series of mistakes that included its second too-early start of the Cup. Despite the U.S.’s speed gains, New Zealand won by about two minutes, the biggest gap of the regatta. “It’s a boat race now,” said Nathan Outteridge, helmsman for the Swedish Artemis Racing team that lost to the Kiwis in the qualifying finals.
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June 24, 2017 23:48 UTC
Salman Khan FilmsBased on the flimsy evidence of the first-day number in India, some critics and commentators have been quick to write off Salman Khan’s Tubelight as a flop. Even so, some analyst are lowering their estimates for the first four days in India and the lifetime potential of the film starring Salman Khan, his brother Sohail, Chinese actress Zhu Zhu and the late Om Puri. Produced by Salman Khan Films’ Amar Butala, the title launched on June 23 on 4,400 screens in India and on 1,200 screens internationally. Zhu Zhu and Matin Rey Tangu play a widowed mother and son who form bonds with Laxman. The drama rang up $1 million on opening day in the Gulf States and $A220,000 ($168,000) on only 40 screens on Friday/Saturday in Australia.
June 24, 2017 23:44 UTC
On Thursday night, the highly anticipated 2017 NBA Draft took place, and it did not disappoint. The surprising thing about Lonzo’s draft night was not the team that selected him, but what he was wearing when he was selected. “With the second pick in the 2017 NBA Draft the Los Angeles Lakers select Lonzo Ball.”After those words were uttered by NBA Commissioner Adam Silver, Lonzo celebrated the moment with his family and friends before heading to the stage. At the 2017 NBA Draft, Lonzo debuted a new Big Baller Brand shoe. Lonzo and Big Baller Brand treated the walk to the stage like a runway, and the event like a fashion show.
June 24, 2017 22:30 UTC
Story highlights The mother smoked marijuana after closing her kids in the car, authorities sayShe originally told police they locked themselves inside, the sheriff's office says(CNN) A Texas mother whose two children died of heat exposure after she left them in a car was arrested Friday, local authorities said. "Throughout multiple interviews, Randolph created several variations of the events which led to the death of her children," the release said. But the investigation, which also involved the Texas Rangers, revealed a different story. On May 26, the news release said, Randolph found the children playing in the car around 12:15 p.m. When she told her daughter to get out of the car, she refused, and Randolph closed the car door "to teach her daughter a 'lesson,' thinking 'she could get herself and her brother out of car when ready,'" the release said.
June 24, 2017 22:18 UTC
Ivanka Trump must give a deposition in a lawsuit by an Italian shoemaker claiming her fashion label copied its designs, a federal judge has ruled. The company says the Ivanka Trump brand's "Hettie" shoe too closely resembles the Aquazurra design. Ivanka Trump's lawyers have staunchly denied those allegations, according to court documents. Related: Ivanka Trump company ended talks with Japanese firm over government tiesIvanka Trump stepped down from her role at her namesake company shortly before her father was inaugurated in January. Related: Ivanka Trump's firm seeks new trademarks in China, reviving ethical concernsIvanka Trump's company declined to comment.
June 24, 2017 22:18 UTC
The night Bellator fans have been waiting for has finally arrived and I'm cageside for all of the action. Credit: BellatorThe promotion has invaded Madison Square Garden for Bellator 180 and Bellator NYC in what is perhaps the strongest mixed martial arts card thus far in 2017. Bellator 180The Spike TV portion of the show is underway and it begins with the MMA debut of Heather Hardy. Sergio da Silva (submission, arm triangle) third roundAnthony Giacchina def. Jerome Mickle (submission, rear-naked choke) third roundTraditionally, I wouldn't comment on the stream-only prelims, but Giacchina and Mickle put on quite the show.
June 24, 2017 22:16 UTC
Through the proliferation of large yoga chains, the largest of which is CorePower Yoga and publications like Yoga Journal, yoga has become an important and beneficial practice to millions of people. These 12 Steps are based in principle on the 12 Steps of Alcoholics Anonymous, which I’ve been a member of since 1984. But I think to begin our discussion a quote that I heard from a yoga teacher really sums of the state of yoga in America today. She said during a heated class, where we work hard and sweat hard, that the reason why we were there was because we needed to detox, in order to retox. The list goes on and sounds lot like this notion of Detox to Retox.
June 24, 2017 22:07 UTC
Julian Birkinshaw: Agile is the methodology that has gone furthest down the road to operationalizing adhocracy. Denning: If adhocracy and Agile are so important, why is the transition from bureaucracy so agonizingly slow? Is London Business School going to form and train the new generation of leaders, with Fast/Forward (aka Agile) as the default mental model of management? Once having experienced Agile management, there is no going back. When we look at the way business is evolving, we can see that we are still using an industrial-era institutional framework to make companies work.
June 24, 2017 22:07 UTC
I am a lover of traveling and living the “passport life.” I wasn’t always able to travel because my family could not afford it. International travel didn’t occur in my teens either. Travel is a must for us especially during the summer months. I had a chance to sit down with Jason Elliott of The Go Generation as he shared the top three ways millennials are changing summer travel. Fostering FamilyOne of the more interesting trends I’ve been seeing during the summer months are millennials that spearhead the planning of trips for their extended family.
June 24, 2017 22:07 UTC