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Allentown Central Catholic football standout Lavon Johnson commits to Maryland

1 month ago   |   By The Morning Call

Two-time all-state selection and Morning Call defensive player of the year Lavon Johnson is headed to the University of Maryland
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Can Putin Survive?

The lessons of the Soviet collapse. Read more ...

Putin Is Repeating the USSR's Mistakes

Russia's attack on Ukraine strengthens NATO. Read more ...

Woman sexually assaulted in Seaside by person riding e-bike

Woman sexually assaulted in Seaside by person riding e-bike

The description and behavior of the crime is identical to cases that have occurred in Monterey and Del Rey Oaks, according to a Facebook post by Seaside Police. Read more ...

US captives ‘prayed for death' on brutal ride from Ukraine

US captives ‘prayed for death' on brutal ride from Ukraine

Even after three months of captivity that included execution threats, physical torture, solitary confinement and food deprivation, it was the ride to freedom that nearly broke... Read more ...

Man fatally stabbed on subway in Brooklyn

Man fatally stabbed on subway in Brooklyn

A man was fatally stabbed in the neck while riding the subway in Brooklyn on Friday night, police said. Read more ...

Nord Stream leaks likely single largest methane release ever: UN

At least two massive underwater blasts caused this week's damage to the Baltic Sea gas pipelines and methane leaks. Read more ...

Mets' Francisco Alvarez loses control of bat twice in hitless MLB debut

Mets' Francisco Alvarez loses control of bat twice in hitless MLB debut

Twice Alvarez took such mighty hacks he flung his bat behind him, the second of which was his final swing of the game. Read more ...

新冠大流行结束了吗?

大流行也许不会立刻结束,病毒也可能将永远在地球上站稳脚跟,但管控大流行的手段总应该有调整的那一天。当多数人都已经对疫情产生了焦虑、抑郁或者倦怠的情绪时,人们需要看到隧道尽头的一缕光。 Read more ...

SWFL journalists help community after TV station is flooded

SWFL journalists help community after TV station is flooded

SWFL Tv station goes off the air Read more ...

Cubans protest in Havana for 2nd night over lack of power

Groups of Cubans have protested in the streets of Havana for a second night, decrying delays in fully restoring electricity three days after Hurricane Ian knocked out power... Read more ...