Adding another outfielder is the team’s obvious current priority, so even though the Giants were among the many teams to attend James Paxton’s workout at the end of December, San Francisco is likely to be less inclined to pursue the starter after signing Alex Wood this month. The team also could look to add a left-handed-hitting or switch-hitting infielder and more bullpen depth before the season starts. … [Read more...] about Giants’ outfield targets include Eddie Rosario, Jackie Bradley Jr.
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Stockton resident 30-year-old Cory James Howard, 44-year-old Antioch resident Karmal Howard and 44-year-old San Francisco resident Robert Mitchell all face multiple felony gun charges, including carrying a loaded firearm and being a prohibited person in possession of a firearm. … [Read more...] about 3 charged in Tenderloin shootout that injured 5
To buttress its credentials, the Rouhani administration released a photo showing Rouhani bestowing a medal to “martyr” Fakhrizadeh in 2016 for his contribution to the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), also known as the Iran deal. Responding angrily, Fereydoon Abbasi, MP and a former top nuclear official who knew Fakhrizadeh for more than three decades, threatened that if “JCPOA supporters” want to “appropriate” Fakhrizadeh, then he would reveal “certain things about” Fakhrizadeh and “what he planned to do.” That was a reference to Fakhrizadeh’s covert nuclear activities that would undermine Rouhani’s ability to negotiate with the West over the nuclear program. Abbasi indirectly criticized Rouhani for pressuring state media to not reveal that Fakhrizadeh was a nuclear scientist when the news broke of his assassination. … [Read more...] about Iran Can’t Get Its Story Straight on Assassination of Top Nuclear Scientist
We’re thankful to her, and for the spirit of mutual aid and generosity that has gotten us through the pandemic so far. But people shouldn’t have to “crack the code” to get the vaccine. The masked selfies of vaccinated grandparents on social media delight me, but I’m deeply worried about elders who may not have family who can help them, who lack access to technology, have language barriers, or don’t have transportation to a distant vaccination site. … [Read more...] about Vulnerable and tired but feeling lighter