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    THOMAS TUCHEL believes his Chelsea side can challenge Manchester City to the title next season. The Blues are a whopping 21 points behind the runaway leaders who have won their last 21 consecutive matches. 2Thomas Tuchel believes his Chelsea side can close the gap on Man CityCredit: Getty Images - Getty Pep Guardiola's side are head and shoulders above the rest of the Premier League with a 14-point gap at the top of the table. But January appointment Tuchel has lofty ambitions when he approaches his first full season in charge at Stamford Bridge. When asked whether Chelsea can close the gap, Tuchel responded: "We should not limit ourselves. We should not prepare for excuses. "It shows how big the gap was — and is. But maybe it is good to look at the reality. "You can only push yourself to the limit if you don't...
    Last Monday, the director of the Emergency Coordination Center, Fernando Simón, expressed at a press conference that the impact of the British strain on infections in Spain would be “marginal”. To this statement, a Harvard University professor has answered him. Elvis García is a doctor in public health at the prestigious American university, and on his Twitter account he said: “It is not for being against Fernando Simón, but it is better to sin by being cautious And don’t let us get another one like back in February, when the virus was ‘only in Italy’. García added: “Our government could use the mantra to apply ‘Let’s hope for the best but prepare for the worst. “ It is not to be contrary to Fernando Simón, but it is better to err on the side of being cautious and do not get another one as back in February when the...
    President Trump’s administration expects Iran to avoid attacking Americans in the near future as the regime prepares for an expected negotiation with President-elect Joe Biden later this year. "Iran is trying to pile up chips for a negotiation with the Biden administration," a senior administration official told the Washington Examiner. “Of course, that’s our hope, that they recognize that they would be making a negotiation impossible, or extremely difficult, should they kill any Americans." The fallout from the storming of the U.S. Capitol on Wednesday has stoked unease that American adversaries might feel emboldened to strike at a moment of domestic chaos, but current and former Trump administration officials believe that the U.S. military and Tehran’s optimism about talks with Biden will combine to restrain them. “If Iran thought that what they're seeing meant they had an opportunity to do something, it would be a catastrophic mistake on...
    By Ryan Mayer (KDKA)- After resting some of their bigger names this past Sunday, the Steelers have another date with the Browns in the Wild Card round set for Sunday night at Heinz Field. It’s the third time the teams will be meeting this season, but the Browns will be without their main play caller and head coach, Kevin Stefanski, who tested positive for COVID-19 earlier this week. Stefanski is one of several Browns coaches that tested positive and the Cleveland team coming to Pittsburgh is one that could be missing multiple key pieces. “It’s hard to really have an idea of how this team is going to look coming out, there are so many unknowns. The fact that Stefanski was put on the COVID list so early in the week and didn’t have that time to be around the team this week, to game plan, get everyone regrouped and...
    The attending physician in the U.S. Capitol has warned lawmakers and staff not to attend holiday receptions 'outside of your family unit,' which would include the upcoming Congressional Ball at the White House. In a 'dear colleague' letter to congressional staff, Dr. Brian P. Monahan cited rising cases on Capitol Hill as the reason for the precaution. 'Due to experience in the Congress of increased disease frequency occurring in certain circumstances, I recommend that you DO NOT ATTEND dinners, receptions, or restaurant gatherings outside of your family unit,' he wrote in the memo, a copy of which was obtained by DailyMail.com. The annual black tie Congressional Ball, which is on December 10, is one of the biggest parties the White House hosts during the holiday season.  Lawmakers and senior congressional staff put on their fancy dress to enjoy the appetizers, alcohol and decorations with administration officials. President Donald Trump and...
    Chinese President Xi Jinping has urged his troops not to fear death and focus on preparing to win wars while addressing military commanders. He told his armed forces on Wednesday to step up training under combat conditions and 'not fear death and hardship', reported state media, citing the leader.  Xi has previously called for military readiness amid spiking political tensions between Beijing and other countries, particularly the US and self-ruled Taiwan, over coronavirus pandemic, territorial disputes and human rights. Chinese President Xi Jinping (pictured on November 25 in Bejing) has urged his troops to not fear death and focus on preparing to win wars in an address to military commanders Addressing the Central Military Commission in Beijing on November 25, the Chinese leader again stressed the importance and urgency of war preparations. Xi is quoted by state news agency Xinhua by saying that the key to winning wars...
    Debate moderator Chris Wallace Former Vice President Joe Biden and Donald Trump will meet in their first debate Tuesday night, at Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, Ohio. Trump will go low, as an announced strategy and also an inevitability. Biden will not attempt to fact-check Trump in real time, and will attempt not to “get baited into a brawl with this guy, because that’s the only place he’s comfortable,” as he said at a fundraiser. Moderator Chris Wallace, of Fox News, is also not expected to fact-check in real time. He has designated six 15-minute segments, on the Trump and Biden records, the Supreme Court, COVID-19, the economy, race and violence in cities, and the integrity of the election. The revelation of Trump’s $750 income tax bill came late in the game but hopefully Wallace will have found a way to get a question or two on that. Trump has done little debate preparation, both because of...
    NEW YORK (WABC) -- More students in New York City are supposed to slowly move back toward in-person classes this week, but now the union representing principals across the city unanimously declared a vote of "no confidence" for Mayor Bill de Blasio and Schools Chancellor Richard Carranza.Intermediate schools (K-5) head back Tuesday and principals across the city say they do not have enough teachers for remote and in-person learning.RELATED: Stay informed with ABC7's NYC COVID-19 positivity rate trackerThe union representing principals across New York City is now calling for the state to take over the city's school system.A three-page critique runs through the problems the union says were caused by City Hall when it came to approaching the school year. Principals claim the city made it almost impossible to prepare for in-person learning.Despite the concerns, the city is moving forward."This week, more kids will be safely sitting in New York...
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    Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said that if mail-in voting caused the November election to “drag out,” Democrats should be prepared for a legal battle. Clinton spoke with former aide Jennifer Palmieri about the upcoming election and how she would advise former Vice President Joe Biden to proceed, especially in the event that the fight transitioned from the ballot box to the courts. (RELATED: PATRIOTS: Breaking Down Hillary Clinton’s DNC Speech) WATCH: “I think that [Republicans] have a couple of scenarios that they are looking toward. One is messing up absentee balloting. They believe that helps them so that they then get maybe a narrow advantage in the Electoral College on Election Day,” Clinton claimed. “So we’ve got to have a massive legal operation, and I know the Biden campaign is working on that.” The 2016 Democratic nominee said that she believed a close race, if it went to...
    Tiger Woods at the Memorial. . I had already hinted at it last week at the end of the Memorial, where Jon Rahm became world number 1 thanks to his victory, and has confirmed this Friday through their social networks. Tiger Woods is not going to play the WGC FedEX Sj Jude Invitational, the first World Championship after the pandemic break and which will take place next week at the TPC Southwind in Memphis. “Disappointed to miss the FedEx World Cup, but doing what I think is best to prepare for the PGA Championship and the upcoming FedExCup Playoffs,” he wrote on his social media. The PGA Championship will be played from August 6 to 9 at the TPC Harding Park in San Francisco (California). Disappointed to miss @WGCFedEx, but doing what I think is best to prepare me for the @PGAChampionship and upcoming FedExCup Playoffs. ? Tiger Woods...
    Progress of Brexit talks between the United Kingdom and the European Union is “to put it cautiously, very limited”, Germany’s Angela Merkel told her national Parliament today. Germany took over the rotating presidency of the European Council on Wednesday, and German Chancellor Dr Angela Merkel was asked for an update during a Parliamentary questions and answers session, during which she revealed her advice that European nations should step up preparations for no deal. The United Kingdom left the European Union at the end of January but continues to be subjected to the bloc’s rules and regulations until the end of 2020 unless an extension is agreed — a further betrayal of the Brexit project. Per wires service Reuters, Dr Merkel told Parliamentarians that while talks were ongoing, their failing remains a possibility. She said: “Progress in talks is, to put it cautiously, very limited… We have agreed with Britain to speed...
    During an appearance on Morning Joe on Tuesday, network analyst John Heilemann claimed that Vice President Mike Pence is distancing himself from President Donald Trump as Republicans prepare to “abandon” the president. Although Heilemann contended that Republicans are not yet at this point, he claimed that “the day will come” when they will leave Trump due to the political cost of staying by his side. As reported by Raw Story, Heilemann pointed to Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell’s decision to wear a mask, as well as Republican Sen. John Thune’s call to the Trump White House to “change its message.” The American journalist then turned his attention to Pence. “Mike Pence is now effectively repudiating the president, he’s on the phone with governors yesterday congratulating the governors who are shutting back down their states right now,” Heilemann said. “That’s not an explicit repudiation of Donald Trump, but Mike Pence in...
    State attorneys general met with the Justice Department on Friday to make preparations for an anticipated antitrust case against Google. However, sources say that search bias — which is crucial to Google’s ability to sway elections and control the flow of political information — is not yet a major part of the DoJ’s case. Politico reported on the gathering of state AGs and the Justice Department ahead of the meeting on Friday. Politico’s report suggests that the focus is currently on the criticisms of Google from its corporate competitors, namely its dominance of the digital ads market and its alleged tendency to favor its own products and services. Unlike previous probes into the tech company, prosecutors started by analyzing Google’s control over the technology used to serve, buy and sell the online advertising that funds many websites. News publishers and other advertisers have complained about Google’s dominance in the “ad tech” market. — Search 2.0: Investigators have...
    Sign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York City BY LISA RICHWINE When the 60-person Arena Cinelounge in Los Angeles opens again for the first time in months, more than a dozen seats will be filled by cardboard cutouts of James Dean, Charlie Chaplin and other Hollywood icons. The seating arrangement, designed to encourage social distancing among the 15 real-life patrons who will be allowed into each screening, is one of the new safety measures theaters are putting in place to reduce the chance of coronavirus spread. “We’re going above and beyond to make sure that everything is spotless and that audiences feel comfortable and safe being with us for two to three hours,” owner Christian Meoli said. It is unclear, however, when Meoli and other theater operators will be able to welcome back guests. While about 780 indoor cinemas...
    By Lisa Richwine LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - When the 60-person Arena Cinelounge in Los Angeles opens again for the first time in months, more than a dozen seats will be filled by cardboard cutouts of James Dean, Charlie Chaplin and other Hollywood icons. The seating arrangement, designed to encourage social distancing among the 15 real-life patrons who will be allowed into each screening, is one of the new safety measures theaters are putting in place to reduce the chance of coronavirus spread. "We're going above and beyond to make sure that everything is spotless and that audiences feel comfortable and safe being with us for two to three hours," owner Christian Meoli said. It is unclear, however, when Meoli and other theater operators will be able to welcome back guests. While about 780 indoor cinemas have reopened around the country, officials in Los Angeles County, the largest moviegoing market in...
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