Man who drove through crowd in Times Square found not responsible | Mental Health News

Man who drove through crowd in Times Square found not responsible |  Mental Health News

Richard Rojas, who drove his car through crowds of people during a 2017 psychotic episode, qualifies for ‘mental commitment’. A jury in New York City accepted an insanity defense for Richard Rojas, a 31-year-old who drove his car through a crowd of people in the popular tourist destination Times Square, killing an 18-year-old tourist and … Read more

Canada’s Trans Mountain pipeline no longer profitable: Watchdog | Oil and Gas News

Canada’s Trans Mountain pipeline no longer profitable: Watchdog |  Oil and Gas News

Canada’s contentious Trans Mountain pipeline is no longer profitable, a parliamentary budget watchdog has found, as the expansion project on the country’s west coast has faced years of delays, skyrocketing costs, and opposition from local communities. In a report on Wednesday, the Office of the Parliamentary Budget Officer said the Canadian government’s 2018 decision “to … Read more

Russia may cut off gas completely, Europe must act now, IEA warns | Russia-Ukraine war News

Russia may cut off gas completely, Europe must act now, IEA warns |  Russia-Ukraine war News

Head of IEA says Europe needs ‘contingency plans’ as Russia may further reduce gas deliveries amid its war in Ukraine. Russia may cut off gas to Europe entirely as it seeks to bolster its political leverage during the Ukraine crisis, the head of the International Energy Agency (IEA) said, adding Europe needed to prepare now. … Read more

Toronto Maple Leafs forward Auston Matthews collects Hart Trophy and Ted Lindsay Award

Toronto Maple Leafs forward Auston Matthews collects Hart Trophy and Ted Lindsay Award

TAMPA, Fla. — Toronto Maple Leafs star forward Auston Matthews collected the Hart Trophy as the NHL’s most valuable player and the Ted Lindsay Award as the NHLPA’s most outstanding player at the NHL Awards on Tuesday night. Matthews, 24, scored 60 goals, leading the NHL for the second straight season. He set a Maple … Read more

Biggest railway strike in 30 years strands commuters in UK | News

Biggest railway strike in 30 years strands commuters in UK |  News

More than 40,000 workers strike over cost-of-living crisis, forcing commuters to work from home or find other routes. Tens of thousands of the UK’s railway workers began the network’s biggest strike action in more than 30 years, leaving commuters facing chaos. About 40,000 cleaners, signallers, maintenance workers and station staff were holding a 24-hour strike … Read more

Lightning rely on championship mettle for Game 3 win in Stanley Cup Final

Lightning rely on championship mettle for Game 3 win in Stanley Cup Final

The back-to-back Stanley Cup champions had been overwhelmed in a 7-0 loss in Game 2 at Ball Arena in Denver on Saturday, and they were down 2-0 in the best-of-7 series. “That showing last game didn’t sit well with anyone in that locker room,” forward Anthony Cirelli said. “We knew we had to come out … Read more

Was Calvin Kattar snubbed in split loss to Josh Emmett?

Was Calvin Kattar snubbed in split loss to Josh Emmett?

Wells: As we see so often, for some reason, there’s at least one questionable scorecard when an event takes place in Texas. While I scored the fight for Emmett, don’t like how judge Lee arrived at the 48-47 score in his favor. Somehow, Lee saw the fourth round for Emmett which is wild, to say … Read more

Otmar Szafnauer reveals how Esteban Ocon helped Fernando Alonso

Otmar Szafnauer reveals how Esteban Ocon helped Fernando Alonso

Alpine team boss Otmar Szafnauer has explained how Esteban Ocon played a crucial role in helping Fernando Alonso towards the end of the Canadian GP. The French team secured a sixth and, initially, a seventh place with Ocon coming home ahead of Alonso, with the Spaniard annoyed over team radio after looking for team orders … Read more