Sept. 18, 2021

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No longer will statues honoring other teams’ icons and successes sit outside the doors of a franchise still searching to end its title drought.

Durst’s conviction brings a close a decades-long legal saga that has seen the New York real estate heir accused of killing three people.

The findings show hate-motivated incidents that did not rise to the level of a crime increased by 69%, driven largely by attacks on Asian Americans.

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Relative of Kabul victim of U.S. airstrike speaks
KABUL, AFGHANISTAN -- AUGUST 30, 2021: Relatives and neighbors of the Ahmadi family gathered around the incinerated husk of a vehicle targeted and hit by an U.S. drone strike that was supposed to target ISIS-K suicide bombers but instead killed 10 civilians including 7 children, in Kabul, Afghanistan, Monday, Aug. 30, 2021. (MARCUS YAM / LOS ANGELES TIMES)

Emal Ahmadi’s brother, Zemari Ahmadi, an aid worker for a California-based charity, was returning to his home two miles west of the besieged Kabul airport when a U.S. Hellfire missile struck his car. The explosion killed him, two other adults and seven of his children, nephews and nieces.

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