Things we learned in Miami Dolphins’ 27-15 loss to the Cincinnati Bengals

Here are some takeaways from the Miami Dolphins’ losing starting quarterback Tua Tagovailoa to a scary head injury, and falling to the Bengals in Cincinnati: Teddy Bridgewater is a capable backup There were questions about backup quarterback Teddy Bridgewater after his brief 0 for 2 appearance last Sunday against Buffalo. Bridgewater had a costly interception… Continue reading Things we learned in Miami Dolphins’ 27-15 loss to the Cincinnati Bengals

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Water crisis tests Mississippi mayor who started as activist

JACKSON, Miss. (AP) — The mayor of Mississippi’s capital was 5 years old when his parents moved their family from New York to Jackson in 1988 so that his father, who had been involved in a Black nationalist movement in the 1970s, could return to the unfinished business of challenging inequity and fighting racial injustice.… Continue reading Water crisis tests Mississippi mayor who started as activist

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Hyde10: Should Dolphins’ Tua Tagovailoa have been out on the field Thursday night?

Everything that happened Thursday night in Cincinnati looked irrelevant the moment Miami Dolphins quarterback Tua Tagovailoa was slammed to the ground in the second quarter in such a way you knew there was a serious problem. Tua stayed own. The team lined near him as he went off on a stretcher. He was taken to… Continue reading Hyde10: Should Dolphins’ Tua Tagovailoa have been out on the field Thursday night?

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Solomon: Giant medical malpractice case rocks NFL

You’ve undoubtedly read many stories about people who sue for medical malpractice because they have been permanently injured by their doctor. But while we tend to think of medical malpractice only as something that doctors are responsible for, the potential liability net extends far broader and deeper. Anybody associated with the practice of medicine —… Continue reading Solomon: Giant medical malpractice case rocks NFL

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West Berkeley interim homeless shelter will remain open through December

BERKELEY — The 24-hour Grayson homeless shelter will not be forced to relocate its 50 beds and 40 safe RV parking spaces — at least, not yet. A move originally scheduled for the end of September will be delayed until Dec. 31, after city staff reported that the search for a new location to continue interim… Continue reading West Berkeley interim homeless shelter will remain open through December

Bengals top Dolphins 27-15 after injured Tagovailoa carted off

CINCINNATI (AP) — Joe Burrow tossed a late 2-yard touchdown pass to Hayden Hurst to seal a 27-15 win for the Cincinnati Bengals over Miami in a Thursday night in a game marred by the horrific sight of Dolphins quarterback Tua Tagovailoa being taken off on a stretcher. Tagovailoa was chased down and thrown to… Continue reading Bengals top Dolphins 27-15 after injured Tagovailoa carted off

‘God’s Creatures’ a dark Irish tale of family ties & lies

MOVIE REVIEW ‘GOD’S CREATURES’ Rated R. At Landmark Kendall Square and VOD. Grade B+ A dark tale of a small, tightly knit Irish community, where an accusation triggers tribal and familial reactions leading to the demonizing of the young female accuser, “God’s Creatures” is no walk in the park. Directed by Saela Davis and Anna… Continue reading ‘God’s Creatures’ a dark Irish tale of family ties & lies

Asian stocks sink on German inflation, British tax cuts

By JOE McDONALD BEIJING (AP) — Asian stocks sank again Friday after German inflation spiked higher, British Prime Minister Liz Truss defended a tax-cut plan that rattled investors and Chinese manufacturing weakened. Shanghai, Tokyo, Hong Kong and Sydney retreated. Oil prices edged lower. Wall Street’s benchmark S&P 500 index fell 2.1% on Thursday to its… Continue reading Asian stocks sink on German inflation, British tax cuts

Instant Analysis: Cincinnati Bengals 27, Miami Dolphins 15

Chris Perkins, Dolphins Columnist The Dolphins just couldn’t absorb the personnel losses of quarterback Tua Tagovailoa and cornerback Xavien Howard. Combine those with the short week and the road trip and it added up the the Dolphins’ first loss. But there are bigger concerns than dropping to 3-1. David Furones, Dolphins Writer Absolutely brutal to… Continue reading Instant Analysis: Cincinnati Bengals 27, Miami Dolphins 15

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