Damian Lillard can move into the No. 2 spot on the Trail Blazers all-time points list, past his former teammate, LaMarcus Aldridge, if he has what has become his usual scoring season.
HBO and boxing have broken up, and the fight community is said, but is the relationship severed forever?
While local council budgets plummet, centralised government gains ever more power
Take back control. After two bloodstained years in British politics, it remains the one Brexit slogan with a modicum of potency. It drips with self-righteous empowerment. It depicts remainers as shiftily in thrall to Brussels, while shielding Brexiters from the charge of mere xenophobia. It is also utterly cynical.
In a recent series of interviews for this paper, John Harris travelled the country, going “anywhere but Westminster”. It showed yet again that the poor are always with us, a familiar tale of those “left behind”, their misery aggravated by austerity. Theirs is a local Britain savaged over the past decade by massive cuts in spending on services.
Millions of people across America tuned in to see Dr. Christine Blasey Ford and Judge Brett Kavanaugh’s testify at the September 27 Senate committee hearing. But did it change people’s minds? A new poll suggests that for young men, it did, and for young women not nearly as much.
AI is fast evolving into a catalyst for several applications in enterprise businesses, healthcare as well as smart governance, and the cutting-edge technology has now made its way to the law enforcement in India.