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Month: June 2024

Maryland Gov. Moore to pardon more than 175,000 marijuana convictions, Washington Post reports

By Michelle Watson, CNN (CNN) — Maryland’s governor is expected to issue a “pardon of more than 175,000 marijuana convictions,” Monday morning, The Washington Post reported Sunday evening. Gov. Wes Moore is expected to forgive low-level marijuana possession charges for about 100,000 people, according to the Post’s reporting. The pardons, which also applies to those who have died,

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Singapore says dredger that hit tanker reported sudden loss of control, oil spill cleanup ongoing

KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia (AP) — Singapore authorities say a dredger boat reported a sudden loss in engine and steering control before it hit a cargo tanker last week, causing the oil spill that has blackened part of the city-island’s southern shores. The Netherlands-flagged dredger Vox Maxima struck the Singaporean fuel supply ship Marine Honor on

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‘Stereophonic’ wins best play at Tonys, with wins for Daniel Radcliffe, Jeremy Strong and ‘Suffs’

By MARK KENNEDY AP Entertainment Writer NEW YORK (AP) — “Stereophonic,” the play about a Fleetwood Mac-like band recording an album over a turbulent and life-changing year, got a lighters-in-the-air cheer at the Tony Awards on Sunday, winning best new play while theater history was made for women as Broadway directors and score writers. “Stereophonic,”

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Celebrating 10 Years of Comcast NBCUniversal’s Voices of the Civil Rights Movement in Houston, Texas on June 11, 2024

By Francis Page, Jr. Click here for updates on this story     June 16, 2024 (Houston Style Magazine) — From August 2023 through August 2024, Comcast NBCUniversal is celebrating the 10th anniversary of its groundbreaking multimedia initiative, Voices of the Civil Rights Movement. This platform honors the monumental Civil Rights Movement of the 1950s and 1960s

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