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Jeremy Lin’s magical season has come to an abrupt and untimely end because of a knee injury that will require surgery.
The Knicks’ season may be over before Jeremy Lin can recover from an operation on his left knee.
Lin, the Knicks’ point-guard sensation, has a small meniscal tear in his left knee, the team revealed Saturday night. He will have arthroscopic surgery in the…
Visa and MasterCard are alerting banks across the U.S. about a recent major breach at a U.S.-based credit card processor that may involve more than 10 million compromised card numbers, the Krebs on Security blog reported.
The suspected cybercrime may be tied to Dominican street gangs in and around New York City, reports security researcher Brian Krebs, a former Washington Post reporter.…Continue
A nephew of NBA superstar Dwyane Wade was one of five people wounded in a gang-related shooting at a South Side convenience store Thursday night that also left one man dead.
Two men entered the Bishop Golden Store in the 1400 block of West 79th Street and opened fire on the people inside about 6 p.m., killing one man and wounding five others, police said.
Incriminating evidence: This picture allegedly shows Matt Doheny kissing his campaign fundraiser Monica Notoz in Bobby Vans Steakhouse during a GOP workshop in Washington DC last week
A leading New York Congressional candidate has been caught kissing and groping a woman and cavorting with another in a bar - neither of whom is his…
REDjet's Barbados licence was revoked on March 20, the Trinidadian authorities said.
It emerged Friday that the Barbados government had revoked the licence it granted its flag-carrier, the discount airline…Continue
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Rowley called on the prime minister and the cabinet to
give data and details on this alleged massive oil find.
Opposition Leader Dr Keith Rowley has dismissed government’s announcement of a major oil find as a hoax.…
CASTRIES, St.Lucia --The Government of St Lucia will introduce the Value Added Tax, commonly known as VAT, on September 01, 2012, according to Prime Minister Dr. Kenny Anthony.
Anthony, who previously opposed the introduction of the tax while he was in Opposition, told a news conference Thursday, the move seeks to fulfill undertakings given to international institutions by the former…Continue
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A 25-year-old Japanese tourist who was shot in a Brooklyn apartment is in T&T. Kyoko Tachimoto, of Osaka Japan, who was asleep on a friend’s couch in Brooklyn was grazed by a bullet…
Nas Speaks Out On Promoter's Kidnapping In Angola "He Was In Some Crazy Danger In Africa, So He Threw Me Under The Bus" [Video]
The Los Angeles Dodgers, financially bedridden by the shaky stewardship of Frank McCourt, leaped out of their hospital bed Tuesday night, and are doing cartwheels out the front door today.
The Dodgers finally are on the verge of a new owner. A magical owner. A man who can instantly restore the credibility bridge that had been…Continue
Added by Caribbean Fever on March 29, 2012 at 2:51pm — No Comments
Prime Minister Tillman Thomas
The Grenada government Tuesday denied any involvement in the dismissal of a journalist after a newspaper carried an article about infighting within the ruling National Democratic Congress (NDC).
In a two-page statement, the Tillman Thomas administration said while it had pointed to what it termed…Continue
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A special election will be held in the next 30 to 60 days to recall four members of the St. Croix District Board of Elections, the first time…Continue
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The co-pilot who landed a flight while passengers held down the captain doesn't think he's a hero, his mother-in-law said Thursday.
JetBlue Airways co-pilot Jason Dowd, who lives in eastern Ohio, was in the cockpit on Flight 191 from New York on Tuesday when federal prosecutors say Capt. Clayton Osbon began acting strangely.
THE People’s National Party (PNP) sent the Jamaica Labour Party (JLP) back into Opposition after scoring a crushing 41-22-seat victory in yesterday’s 16th general election that pollsters and analysts had said was mostly too close to call.
A sober but triumphant Simpson Miller told jubilant supporters at PNP headquarters last night that she was thankful to the Jamaican people…Continue
Added by Caribbean Fever on March 27, 2012 at 5:00pm — No Comments
In a bizarre turn of events, MSNBC's Lawrence O'Donnell interviewed an empty chair on his program Monday night, after scheduled guest Craig Sonner reportedly fled from an MSNBC studio in Orlando just moments before the show began.
Sonner represents George Zimmerman, the former neighborhood watchman who shot and killed 17-year-old Florida resident Trayvon Martin in February. His appearance on O'Donnell's…Continue
SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico — A Puerto Rican newspaper says the regional affiliate of American Airlines is planning to suspend its operations in Puerto Rico next year as it tries to shave $75 million per year from labor costs.
El Vocero reported Sunday that American Eagle will close its Puerto Rico operations by March 2013. The paper is citing a Friday memo from the Association of…Continue
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