- Man_of_bats (@wateriswet313) August 12, 2017White nationalists in #Charlottesville are carrying Red Wings banners.
This photo of the Detroit Right Wings group marching Saturday in Charlottesville, Va., is tweeted by Andrew Kirell. The team adds that it believes hockey is for everyone and celebrates the diversity of its fan base and the country. Many organizations might have stopped at issuing a strong statement condemning the racists, but the Red Wings went one step beyond and are threatening legal action because the winged wheel should never be used a symbol for hatred and bigotry. This specific use is directly contrary to the value of inclusiveness that our League prioritizes and champions. The GoFundMe raising resulted in only $328 from four total donations. One person died and 19 were hurt when a auto was driven intentionally into a throng of anti-racism demonstrators.
KKR Real Estate posts 2Q profit
The stock of Artis Real Estate Investment Trust (TSE:AX.UN) earned "Sector Perform" rating by Scotia Capital on Friday, August 7. Credit Suisse Group reaffirmed a "hold" rating on shares of Ares Commercial Real Estate Corporation in a research note on Friday.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers cut kicker Roberto Aguayo
Warning signs appeared when the Buccaneers brought in veteran kicker Nick Folk to challenge for the starting spot. But at the end of the day, I know what I'm capable of doing. "You wanted to come out and be flawless ".
Walmart slammed for back-to-school rifle display
Update 11:51am CT, Aug. 10: When reached for comment, Walmart directed the Daily Dot to its official statement on the matter. Walmart is apologizing over a photo that appears to show a display marketing guns as back to school items.
Jamaican team hold Usain Bolt's fate in their hands
I did it for the fans. "I don't think it gets any worse than that", he said, referring to the problems in Russian Federation . Bolt admitted he was disappointed but would never change his idea of retiring because the new life ahead is more inviting.
Alcoholism among women rises in new study
The new findings are based on face-to-face interviews with nationally representative samples of adults in 2001-2002 and 2012-2013. The number of adults who suffered from an alcohol abuse or dependence grew from 17.6 million to 29.9 million over that decade.