Woman dead, many hurt after car hits Times Square crowds

Woman dead, many hurt after car hits Times Square crowds

The woman was identified as Alyssa Elsman, a resident of Portage, Michigan. The driver of the 2009 Honda Accord — Richard Rojas, 26, of the Bronx — tested positive for PCP and told police that God made him do it, a law enforcement source told CNN. The suspect, who suffered from “psychological issues,” told police he expected officers to shoot him, according to the source. Rojas has been arrested twice in New York — in 2015 and 2008 — for drunken driving, New York Police Commissioner James O’Neill said. There…

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NRL: Sharks take down the Cowboys in second-half comeback

NRL: Sharks take down the Cowboys in second-half comeback

Updated May 18, 2017 22:13:37 Cronulla kicked off round 11 of the NRL season with an important win over the North Queensland Cowboys. Look back at the scores and stats. Sharks v Cowboys Photo: Andrew Fifita’s powerful running set the foundation for Cronulla’s comeback win over North Queensland at Shark Park. (AAP: Craig Golding) Three tries in 16 minutes have given the Cronulla Sharks a 18-14 win over the North Queensland Cowboys at Shark Park to kick off round 11 of the NRL season. The Cowboys – without injured playmaker…

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Wildcard round could decide last two final spots, says AFL chief McLachlan

Wildcard round could decide last two final spots, says AFL chief McLachlan

Posted May 18, 2017 19:43:33 Photo: Gillon McLachlan says the current season format in which 18 teams play 22 games each is “imperfect”. (AAP: Julian Smith, file photo) A new wildcard round to decide the last two spots in the top eight could be introduced as early as next year, according to AFL chief executive Gillon McLachlan. McLachlan met club chief executives in Melbourne on Thursday to discuss proposals for revamping the season fixture. “There was more interest in the wildcard round leading into the finals than I thought there…

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Fox News founder Ailes dead at 77

Fox News founder Ailes dead at 77

FORMER Fox News founder and CEO Roger Ailes has died. He was 77. The New York Post reports that his wife, Elizabeth, issued a statement announcing his death, which was confirmed by Fox News. “I am profoundly sad and heartbroken to report that my husband, Roger Ailes, passed away this morning,” the statement reads. “Roger was a loving husband to me, to his son Zachary, and a loyal friend to many. He was also a patriot, profoundly grateful to live in a country that gave him so much opportunity to…

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