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U.S. Open umpire tells AP he is focusing on ‘working again’

Tennis umpire Carlos Ramos

Andrew Dampf, The Associated Press Published Friday, September 14, 2018 7:43AM EDT Last Updated Friday, September 14, 2018 8:54AM EDT ZADAR, Croatia — The chair umpire who penalized Serena Williams in the U.S. Open final is pleased to be getting back to work. Carlos Ramos is assigned to the Davis Cup semifinal between Croatia and the United States this weekend in Zadar. “I’m just focusing on this tie and working again. That’s all I can say,” Ramos told The Associated Press before the opening singles between Borna Coric and SteveRead More


Woman regrets her photos of ‘Cosby’ actor working at store

Woman regrets her photos of 'Cosby' actor working at store

TRENTON, N.J. – The woman who took photos of a former regular on “The Cosby Show” while he worked at a New Jersey grocery store says she’s filled with regret over the uproar they caused. Karma Lawrence tells NJ.com she took the photos on impulse and meant no ill will toward Geoffrey Owens. She shuttered her social media accounts after her photos showed up on news sites and she received a wave of negative responses. Owens played Elvin Tibideaux, the husband of the eldest daughter of Bill Cosby’s character onRead More


Your Senses Are Working Overtime | Health Lynked

Today is Celebration of the Senses Day – a time to consider your amazing sensory abilities and how they interrelate. We all learn as children humans have five basic senses: touch, sight, hearing, smell and taste. Science has done a fantastic job describing the organs associated with each, how they send information to the brain to help us understand and perceive the world around us, and has gone even further to uncover how they uniquely cross-talk for heightened awareness. Touch Touch is thought to be the first sense humans develop,Read More


Cosby lawyers demand mistrial, judge says jury can keep working | Reuters

By Joseph Ax | NORRISTOWN, Pa. NORRISTOWN, Pa. Lawyers for Bill Cosby demanded that a judge declare a mistrial in the entertainer’s sexual assault case on Friday, complaining that jurors were essentially rehearing the entire week of trial testimony as their deliberations passed the 45-hour mark. Montgomery County Court of Common Pleas Judge Steven O’Neill rebuffed the argument, saying he could not stop the jury as long as it was willing to continue mulling whether the 79-year-old comedian was guilty of drugging and sexually assaulting Andrea Constand at his suburbanRead More