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image copyrightchampion newsimage caption heather ilott was originally awarded £50,000 by a court three animal charities have won a case at the supreme court against a woman cut out of her mother's will.heather ilott was awarded more than £160,000 by the court of appeal after her mother melita jackson left most of her £486,000 estate to charities.mrs ilott, from hertfordshire, was originally awarded £50,000, which was later tripled.animal charities challenged the ruling and it has been agreed she should receive only the original £50,000.mother-of-five mrs ilott, from great munden, has no pension and was living on state benefits when she was awarded £50,000 by a district judge in 2007.the sum was increased to £160,000 by the appeal court in 2015.the blue cross, the royal society for the pro






nearly $8m awarded to family of ex-marine who hanged himself in jail


central islip, n.y. -- the family of a marine combat veteran from new york who hanged himself in a county jail was awarded nearly $8 million.bartholomew ryan died in 2012 in a nassau county jail. handout newsday reports the jury found the health care company at the nassau county jail and the county negligent in bartholomew ryan’s 2012 death. it awarded $7 million in punitive damages and $890,000 in compensatory damages.ryan’s family contended the iraq war veteran did not get proper care after an arrest on a charge of driving under the influence of drugs. the lawsuit said a screening at the jail showed he was a suicide risk.an attorney for the health care provider argued the jury unfairly awarded damages twice for pain and suffering.a county attorney said officials properly evaluated, house






denver broncos get 4 selections


the broncos were awarded four compensatory picks by the league, giving them a total of 10 for the 2017 draft, including the “mr. irrelevant,” at no. 255.in addition to their own six selections, the broncos gained a third-round (no. 101), fifth-round (179) and two seventh-round (254 and 255) picks.the extra picks are awarded to teams who lost more or better free agents than they gained in the previous season. the broncos lost safety david bruton, tight end vernon davis, offensive linemen ryan harris and evan mathis, linebacker danny trevathan, defensive lineman malik jackson and quarterback brock osweiler, and signed defensive lineman jared crick and tackles russell okung and donald stephenson.the broncos are one of four teams of the 16 awarded compensatory picks this year to be given as ma






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arizona man awarded $2.5m in medical lawsuit vs va hospital


phoenix — a judge has awarded $2.5 million to a military veteran who said that his now-terminal cancer would have been curable had the veterans administration hospital in phoenix diagnosed it sooner.u.s. magistrate michelle burns ruled monday that a nurse practitioner who found abnormalities in steven cooper's prostate in 2011 should have ordered more testing.instead, cooper learned 11 months later that he had cancer.government lawyers say the nurse practitioner didn't turn up indications of cancer during the initial examination.phoenix was the epicenter of a scandal that revealed veterans on secret waiting lists who faced scheduling delays.but there were no references to the scandal in burns' decision or in trial arguments by cooper's attorneys.






daughter cut out of will loses animal charities legal fight


image copyrightchampion newsimage caption heather ilott has been embroiled in a decade-long battle over the proceeds of her mother's estate three animal charities have won a case at the supreme court against a woman cut out of her mother's will.heather ilott was awarded more than £160,000 by the court of appeal after her mother melita jackson left most of her £486,000 estate to charities.mrs ilott, from hertfordshire, had originally been awarded £50,000, which was later tripled.but animal charities challenged that increase and it has now been ruled she will receive only the original £50,000.mother-of-five mrs ilott, from great munden, has no pension and was living on state benefits when she was awarded £50,000 by a district judge in 2007.the sum was increased to £160,000 by the appeal cour






army vet awarded bronze star for bravery in vietnam battle


murrieta, calif. — an army veteran has been awarded the bronze star for his heroism in a vietnam war battle that left more than 50 u.s. soldiers dead and close to 200 injured.retired sgt. joseph engles was presented with the military distinction monday during a ceremony in his hometown of murrieta in southern california.former maj. gen. julian burns presented the award to engles for gallantry in the face of the enemy during the battle of suoi tre in march 1967.burns said in a statement friday that engles was seriously wounded during the battle but continued to man his gun and return fire. he says engles also neutralized a rocket that landed nearby.burns says after battlefield medics removed shrapnel from engles' arm, he immediately returned to his gun to continue fighting.






if los angeles gets 2024, we won't take 2028


by rob harrislondon (ap) — the paris bid team is fine with an unprecedented double vote on olympic hosts, as long as the french capital is awarded the 2024 games.with paris and los angeles the remaining 2024 bidders, ioc president thomas bach has raised the prospect of one city getting 2024 and the other taking 2028. but paris bid co-chairman tony estanguet said, “we can’t accept ’28. it’s not possible.”estanguet, a three-time olympic champion canoeist, is also a member of the international olympic committee.he says “we’re ok if the ioc wants to give two games at the same session in lima.”but after three unsuccessful recent paris bids, estanguet says “it’s now or never. either the ioc family wants to choose paris for ’24 or we will not come back for ’28.”tokyo will host the 2020 summer gam






former legislator ordered to pay $4.3m in defamation case


tulsa, okla. — an oklahoma jury has ordered a former state legislator to pay $4.3 million to an insurance company in a defamation case.the defamation charge arose because wayne pettigrew, who was a director at first trinity financial corp. until he left the company in 2013, issued a news release after his departure calling for an investigation into the company and its ceo related to stock purchases.the oklahoman (http://bit.ly/2lzng8m ) reports that a jury found pettigrew breached his fiduciary duties to first trinity and defamed the company and ceo gregg zahn.first trinity was awarded $800,000, and zahn was awarded $3.5 million. the jury says pettigrew intentionally inflicted emotional distress upon zahn.pettigrew says his attorneys are preparing an appeal.






big sean awarded key to the city of detroit


big sean is being spotlighted for “inspiring detroit youth” through his philanthropic work. the 29-year-old rapper was honored with the key to the city of detroit saturday (april 1).read: big sean recruited eminem, lil wayne and more for epic hometown showsean showed his gratitude on twitter addressing the city’s mayor michael duggan. “thank you mayor duggan for the key to the city of detroit,” he tweeted. “i know how big of an honor this is!”aside from joining fellow honorees like stevie wonder and sammy davis jr., the detroit native has become the youngest person to be awarded with the city’s key.duggan praised sean’s commitment to improving the motor city, “the work that @bigsean is doing with his foundation is inspiring detroit youth to achieve their dreams.”read: review: on ‘i decided






international court orders reparations for congo attack


the hague, netherlands — the international criminal court has awarded symbolic reparations of $250 each to nearly 300 people who lost relatives, property or livestock or suffered psychological harm in a deadly attack on a congolese village in 2003.friday's award followed the conviction in 2014 of germaine katanga for crimes committed in the attack on bogoro in the ituri region of congo.the court estimated the "extent of the physical, material and psychological harm suffered by the victims" amounted to more than $3.7 million and said katanga was responsible for $1 million. but it added that he is considered "indigent" and unlikely to be able to pay.judges also awarded collective reparations in the form of projects covering "housing, support for income-generating activities, education and ps






day 2 of pwn2own reveals windows, macos, flash, web browser exploits


on the second day of the 10th annual pwn2own hacking competition, researchers demonstrated an unparalleled number of zero-day exploits in fully patched operating systems and web browsers. by the time the dust had clear late in the day on march 16, 11 out of 17 attempts at exploiting systems were successful, with researchers walking away with $340,000 in prize money.on the first day of the pwn2own event, which is operated by trend micro's zero day initiative (zdi) at the cansecwest conference in vancouver, researchers were awarded $233,000 for exploiting microsoft edge, apple safari, adobe reader and ubuntu linux.the first exploit of the second day was found by researchers from 360 security, who earned $40,000 for a chain of vulnerabilities that were able to exploit adobe flash. tencent sec






officials want coin created for new york's purple heart hall


new windsor, n.y. — new york officials want a commemorative coin created for the state's national purple heart hall of honor.democratic u.s. rep. sean patrick maloney says he will join other officials wednesday at the hall in new windsor, about 60 miles north of new york city, to announce federal legislation to honor the museum with a commemorative coin.the national purple heart hall of honor is dedicated to the more than 1.7 million service members who have been awarded the purple heart. the hall is located at the camp where gen. george washington first awarded the forerunner to the purple heart in 1782.maloney's announcement is being made on george washington's birthday.






international court orders reparations for congo attack


the hague, netherlands (ap) — the international criminal court has awarded symbolic reparations of $250 each to nearly 300 people who lost relatives, property or livestock or suffered psychological harm in a deadly attack on a congolese village in 2003.friday’s award followed the conviction in 2014 of germaine katanga for crimes committed in the attack on bogoro in the ituri region of congo.the court estimated the “extent of the physical, material and psychological harm suffered by the victims” amounted to more than $3.7 million and said katanga was responsible for $1 million. but it added that he is considered “indigent” and unlikely to be able to pay.judges also awarded collective reparations in the form of projects covering “housing, support for income-generating activities, education a






jury awards $20m in georgia couple case's against lake forest drug maker akorn


a georgia jury has awarded more than $20 million to a retired kindergarten teacher and her husband who claimed that a pharmaceutical company failed to include a warning on a prescription drug label that it would harmfully interact with another drug she was taking.the telegraph reports that a houston county jury awarded $17.5 million in punitive damages and more than $3 million in compensatory damages to ann pope and her husband for their claims against lake forest-based akorn inc.the couple claimed pope lapsed into a coma and suffers from permanent cognitive damage after she was given a drug, methylene blue, during a 2013 surgery.the newspaper said two company attorneys couldn't immediately be reached for comment.the jury's award capped an eight-day trial that ended earlier this week.






officials want coin created for new york’s purple heart hall


new windsor, n.y. (ap) — new york officials want a commemorative coin created for the state’s national purple heart hall of honor.democratic u.s. rep. sean patrick maloney says he will join other officials wednesday at the hall in new windsor, about 60 miles north of new york city, to announce federal legislation to honor the museum with a commemorative coin.the national purple heart hall of honor is dedicated to the more than 1.7 million service members who have been awarded the purple heart. the hall is located at the camp where gen. george washington first awarded the forerunner to the purple heart in 1782.maloney’s announcement is being made on george washington’s birthday.most read storiessave 75% on digital access today.






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man falsely accused of child sex abuse by sacramento police wins $5-million verd


a los angeles jury awarded $5 million to a man who was wrongly identified by sacramento police as a child sex abuser, charged and jailed for six months before the criminal case was dismissed.federal jurors reached the verdict monday against sacramento police after a five-day trial in which the los angeles man's attorney presented evidence that the police department ignored proof of his client's innocence, steered a child witness to identify him as her abuser and violated the man's civil rights.the man, identified only as j.n. in court papers, was arrested in august 2011 after he was identified as a suspect in an internet abuse case in which a man asked a girl to disrobe and then performed sex acts on himself while interacting via webcams.attorney jeff dominic price said the detective, in t






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closeskip in skipxembedxshare silver stars awarded to army special operators since the sept. 11 terror attacks have mostly been quiet. but the army provided some of the narratives surrounding the awards to usa today. usa todaysilver star medal .(photo: alan lessig, army times) 5022 connect 1 linkedinemailmorewashington — the silver stars awarded to army special operators since the sept. 11 terror attacks offer a rare glimpse of soldiers on secret missions risking their lives again and again to rescue comrades in battles against militants in afghanistan and iraq.until now, their heroism has been known only to a small circle. the awards, due to their sensitive, secretive nature of their missions, were bestowed without public notice. the army released to usa today 12 of 41 the narratives asso






silver stars reveal secret valor among delta force, other commandos


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silver stars reveal secret valor among delta force, other commandos


closeskip in skipxembedxshare silver stars awarded to army special operators since the sept. 11 terror attacks have mostly been quiet. but the army provided some of the narratives surrounding the awards to usa today. usa todaysilver star medal .(photo: alan lessig, army times) 1348 connectlinkedinemailmorewashington — the silver stars awarded to army special operators since the sept. 11 terror attacks offer a rare glimpse of soldiers on secret missions risking their lives again and again to rescue comrades in battles against militants in afghanistan and iraq.until now, their heroism has been known only to a small circle. the awards, due to their sensitive, secretive nature of their missions, were bestowed without public notice. the army released to usa today 12 of 41 the narratives associa






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muslim detective nighat hubbard sues met over racism and sexism


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muslim detective nighat hubbard sues met over racism and sexism


image copyrightpaimage caption det con hubbard was awarded an mbe for her charity work in 2014 a muslim detective made an mbe for her charity work is suing the met police for alleged racism and sexism. det con nighat hubbard alleges male colleagues made discriminatory comments to her and other female officers when she worked at the force.she also claims she was held back while white colleagues were allowed to work on more complex investigations, the sunday times reports.the met said it was aware legal action had been brought.the claims date between 2013 and 2014.in a statement, the force said: "we are aware of an employment tribunal claim brought by det con nighat hubbard against the metropolitan police service alleging race and sex discrimination."we are unable to discuss further while pr






photojournalist mannie garcia awarded $45k settlement in police lawsuit: digital


back in june 2011, photojournalist mannie garcia was arrested by montgomery county police while filming officers on a public street. he was charged with disorderly conduct, but the charge was dropped sixth month later. the following summer, garcia filed a lawsuit against the police department alleging civil rights violations and abuse by the officers, among other things. the photographer is now being awarded a $45,000 settlement.in the lawsuit, garcia claimed his arrest was unlawful, and that the montgomery county police officers violated his 1st, 4th, 8th, and 14th amendment rights. the lawsuit had sought $500,000 in damages, and posed the question of whether the public has the right to record police activities in public places.speaking about the settlement, garcia recently said to the np






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families awarded $17m in fatal midair collision lawsuit


frederick, md. (ap) — a jury has awarded the families of two helicopter pilots killed in a 2014 midair collision with a small plane in maryland a total of $17 million.the frederick news-post reports (http://bit.ly/2o2zod5 ) midwest air traffic control services will pay the family of 29-year-old christopher parsons $5 million and the family of 47-year-old william jenkins $12 million, per tuesday’s decision. the company, which was sued for negligence, had claimed the pilots’ lack of awareness caused the crash.parsons was a helicopter instructor who was training jenkins, a licensed pilot from colorado on oct. 23, 2014 in frederick, maryland. a third passenger died in the crash, but his family wasn’t part of the lawsuit.economists calculated the awards based on the financial losses the deaths






la84 foundation awards nearly $1.7 million in grants to youth sports programs


the la84 foundation, a legacy of the 1984 olympic games in los angeles, on thursday awarded nearly $1.7 million in grants to 14 school-based and youth sports organizations.among the grants are $125,000 to a community project in little toyko. the budokan of los angeles facility will offer two gyms for martial arts, volleyball and basketball leagues.street soccer usa is creating a pilot program for homeless youth in south and central los angeles. it was given a $75,000 grant.the boys and girls clubs of whittier was awarded $45,000 to give 12 elementary schools an afterschool sports program.a $500,000 grant to the los angeles unified school district's beyond the bell program enables every lausd middle school student to participate for free in team sports.a $39,000 grant to the positive coachi






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and the winner is ... paris!oh, and also ... los angeles!the international olympic committee, no stranger to embarrassing predicaments, has devised an unprecedented strategy to avoid — or, at least, put off — the indignity of having an empty queue of cities willing to fork over billions of dollars for the right to host 2 1-2 weeks of badminton, taekwondo and a bunch of other sports no one would pay attention to otherwise.you see, paris and los angeles are the only ones left standing for the 2024 summer olympics, which will be awarded in a few months, and the ioc is keenly aware there's not exactly a long list — zero, to be exact — showing serious interest in pursuing the games that come four years after that.therefore, in a move that has been obvious for months and moved closer to reality






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california army vet awarded bronze star for bravery in vietnam


murrieta, calif. (ap) — an army veteran was awarded the bronze star this week for his heroism in a vietnam war battle that left more than 50 fellow u.s. soldiers dead and close to 200 injured.retired sgt. joseph engles was presented with the military distinction on monday during a ceremony in his hometown of murrieta, in southern california, for gallantry in the face of the enemy during the battle of suoi tre in march 1967.former army maj. gen. juilian burns, who presented the award, said engles was seriously wounded on the battlefield but continued to man his gun and return fire at the enemy. burns said that when military officials spoke to those who witnessed the battle, “we came to realize joe was more than just a gunner.”“as the battle commenced with intense rocket and grenade and snip






sony xperia xz premium awarded best new smartphone at mwc 2017


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sony xperia xz premium awarded best new smartphone at mwc 2017


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prestigious pritzker prize awarded to 3-architect team from spain


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after juries punish officers, the penalties are often negotiated away


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former legislator ordered to pay $4.3m in defamation case


tulsa, okla. — an oklahoma jury has ordered a former state legislator to pay $4.3 million to an insurance company in a defamation case.the defamation charge arose because wayne pettigrew, who was a director at first trinity financial corp. until he left the company in 2013, issued a news release after his departure calling for an investigation into the company and its ceo related to stock purchases.pettigrew alleged ceo gregg zahn violated the law or illegally used insider status when he placed 130,000 shares with family members so he could buy them back for 10 cents per share following his divorce. pettigrew also accused zahn of being vice president of a company in montana that was cited with multiple charges of securities fraud and alleged that criminal proceedings also were brought agai






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