- NewsBleacher Report
Though the 2020 Major League Baseball season hasn't even been going for two weeks, some teams are already 20 percent into their 60-game schedules. Teams should therefore know what they do and don't have—and how they must react accordingly...
- CelebrityEvening Standard
Katie Price has shared dramatic video footage capturing the aftermath of the shock accident that left her with two broken feet.The former glamour model, 41, broke both feet during a family holiday in Turkey after attempting to jump over a wall.
She described a "culture of fear" on set.
- U.S.The Telegraph
A FOUR-YEAR-OLD boy died of sepsis after a "rude" 111 call handler failed to tell his mother to take him to hospital or send an ambulance to his home. Sherry Keane, 28, rang the health advice line in a panic after her son Jaydan-Lee developed a rash, vomited, appeared lethargic and began gasping for breath. But she put him to bed with calpol after claiming the "rude" worker failed to realise how seriously ill he was, talked over her and didn't call an ambulance to respond. Paramedics rushed Jaydan-Lee to hospital when he was found unresponsive the next day. He was given CPR and taken to Aintree University Hospital where he was pronounced dead. A post-mortem revealed he died of meningococcal septicaemia. An investigation later found Jaydan-Lee would have likely survived if an ambulance had been dispatched by the 111 handler. At an inquest into his death, the coroner said: "During this consultation, the adviser failed to identity, explore and action several red flags. She failed to probe and access the information required in order to complete a proper assessment. It was quite evident the adviser did not listen and question effectively." The finding was supported by an internal investigation ordered by the NHS trust. A narrative verdict was recorded. Mrs Keane, from Liverpool, sued North West Ambulance Service NHS Trust for medical negligence and received £15,000 compensation when they admitted liability.
- SciencePopular Mechanics
Two words: nitrogen tetroxide.
- PoliticsThe Independent
Neil Young has sued Donald Trump for copyright infringement over the use of two of his songs in what the artist calls a “campaign of ignorance and hate”.Young shared a copy of the lawsuit on his website on Tuesday. Court records show that the suit was filed that day in the Southern District of New York.
- U.S.The Telegraph
A man police believed had been murdered after he disappeared without trace five years ago, has been found alive and well living in woods next to a playing field. Cambridgeshire Police launched a murder investigation in 2015 when Lithuanian national Ricardas Puisys, 39, went missing after leaving work in Chatteris in the Fens. He was last seen on 26 September 2015 and after numerous public appeals failed to find any trace of him police concluded that he had been killed. Without any solid leads the trail went cold, but last year police reopened the case after a Facebook account in his name, using recent photographs, appeared online. Finally last month after a fresh push by detectives, Mr Puisys was found living rough in some woods next to some playing fields in the centre of Wisbech.