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    Much has been written and talked about iPhone 13. Every day we get closer to your exit and rumors accumulate about whether we will have notch, a substantial improvement in the battery, price, date of departure … The Lightning connection has been around since the iPhone 5 was launched in 2012, and has proven to be reliable and practical, yet USB-C seems like the logical evolution. A recent information claims Apple would keep the connector Lightning on the iPhone 13, without any intention of change to USB-C. Apple seems not to go with the rest of the brands Despite much of the smartphone industry is moving to USB-C, Apple would not use it to replace the Lightning in the iPhone 13 or any of the models at the moment. In a note seen on MacRumors, analyst Kuo explains that Apple is reluctant to USB-C, as it is somewhat more standard...
    HOLLY Willoughby's career is set to sky rocket this year – but it could be without co-host Phillip Schofield according to a guest on This Morning. Astrologer to the stars Hagan Fox appeared on the show to give the presenters a reading for the year ahead. 4Phillip Schofield was horrified when an astrologer read his future and said his co-host Holly Willoughby had 'all the luck' in the year ahead Having checked their birthdays on his Chinese numerical chart, he gave Holly, 40, some good news first. He said: "Oh well I'm afraid Phil, Holly has nailed it this year. With recognition. She's got all the love coming. Really, if you had any luck Phil, Holly has taken that as well. Phil, 58, looked horrified but Hagan continued: "It's about recognition, career, and ambition. I know you are lauded on a yearly basis and right so but this year arguably...
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    More On: impeachment Trump attorney after impeachment win: ‘We’re going to Disney World’ Last-minute delays, missteps dominate Democrats’ impeachment finale Trump thanks senators who cleared him in ‘sad’ impeachment trial, talks of ‘work ahead of us’ Senate votes to acquit Donald Trump in impeachment trial Republicans on Saturday offered wide-ranging reactions to President Trump’s impeachment acquittal. Sen. John Kennedy (R-La.), who was among the 43 Senate Republicans voting to acquit Trump, tweeted, “Impeachment is not supposed to be political sport where one party seeks advantage over the other at the expense of the country. The merits of the Democrats’ case were not even close.” Trump confidante Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC) wrote, “For the good of the country I hope this will be the last Senate impeachment where a President is impeached without a lawyer, without witnesses, and a trial record is built on hearsay upon hearsay.” Although he was not...
    More On: donald trump NYC financier pays record $122.7M for Donald Trump’s former Palm Beach estate Mittens come off: Bernie clashes with Trump lawyer after asking if Biden won election Biden admin to begin admitting migrants, reversing ‘Remain in Mexico’ policy ‘Rage fueled’ NYC man busted for making threats against reporters, Trump supporters Will Donald Trump come back from his defeat? Trump has already let it be known he intends to primary, beginning in 2022, all the “weak Republicans” who betrayed him in the impeachment fight. He’s prepared for a civil war within the party’s ranks; he thinks the other guy started it but plans to finish it on his terms. But the second impeachment, and the tragedy at the Capitol, will weigh on Trump’s support. An erosion has already begun. Almost every poll shows his approval ratings plummeting since Jan. 6. In most polls, a majority of Americans say he deserves a great deal of blame for...
    This content is made possible by our sponsor; it is not written by and does not necessarily reflect the views of News Brig’s editorial staff. What’s a guitarist without a guitar, or a pianist without a piano? A DJ without an intuitive music mixer is much the same. If you’re interested in stepping into the world of beat-making, you’ll need the right tools for the job, and Future.dj Pro has everything you need to get started. Future.dj Pro is a music mixing app for both Mac and Windows that delivers plenty of advanced and flexible features to create your own beats. One of its signature elements is the ability to visually align beats. You’re given a vertical waveform graphic display that illustrates three waveforms per deck. Here, you can monitor audio signals in real time along with info about the signal and beat rhythm.  You can import audio,...
    The Senate impeachment trial of former President Donald Trump will determine the future of America, Sen. Lindsey Graham, R-S.C., told "Hannity" Monday. Democrat officials have pushed to hold the trial, even though many Republicans have dubbed their efforts unconstitutional now that Trump has left office Graham pressed his colleagues to recognize the weight of the proceedings and the historical precedent their actions will set. SEN. LINDSEY GRAHAM, R-S.C.: To my colleagues tomorrow – there are 100 of us – what we do today is going to make history for the rest of the time America exists. What Democrats have done is basically declare war on the presidency itself. The impeachment in the House took place without a hearing, without one witness being called, and without a lawyer for the president of the United States. You can’t get a traffic ticket based on the procedures they used to impeach President Trump. SEN. TIM SCOTT: TRUMP IS 'SIMPLY NOT GUILTY' ON...
    New York : President Joe Biden echoed for America’s unity. Photo: Chip Somodevilla / . By: Marguerite gautier January 22, 2021 There are many expectations and hopes about the future of the nation, that fall on the shoulders of President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris after his possession on January 20. But much of that future and democracy depend on the wisdom of Congress in Washington DC, and bipartisan agreements in this new Congress of the Nation. The moving ceremony of inauguration of the command of the Democratic government, with the promise of reconciliation and a future for all, allows to believe that it arrivedor time to turn the page without hammering on the future of Donald Trump. There are millions of people who, like immigrants, wait for proposals on immigration, the production or application of coronavirus vaccines, and recovery to...
    The outgoing president left Washington on Wednesday, without having attended the inauguration of his successor. He directly took over the management of his villa in Mar-a-Lago, Florida, where he will now live. “It’s just a goodbye. We love you, we’ll be back, one way or another.”, he said during his last address at St Andrews military base. Since then, speculation has been rife about a possible candidacy in 2024. According to the Wall Street Journal, Trump raised the idea of ​​creating a new political party with several of his collaborators and relatives during the last few days in the White House. A party he would like to call the “Patriotic Party”. Since the assault on Capitol Hill, the ex-president has been at odds with several members of the Republicans, including the president of the Senate. Formerly his ally, he has distanced himself from the billionaire. In...
    ^ Keep Westword Free Support Us I Support Local Community Journalism Support the independent voice of Denver and help keep the future of Westword free. Support Us Early on, the COVID-19 pandemic seemed likely to result in the shortest sports season in Colorado history — under three months, from January 1, 2020, to the stretch in March when one event after another was canceled. In the end, though, plenty of athletic contests eventually happened, albeit in fits and starts, and always under a viral cloud, and sports created big news in other ways, too. Here are the ten biggest sports stories in Colorado in 2020: Related Stories The Ten Biggest Colorado Political Stories of 2020 The Ten Biggest Marijuana Stories of 2020 The Ten Biggest Restaurant and Food Stories of 2020 Denver Nuggets Reach the NBA Western Conference FinalsThe March 11 game between the...
    Instagram/Getty Sveta Bilyalova, left, and Jay Alvarrez, right. Svetlana Bilyalova is a fitness model and a social media influencer who claims to be the woman featured in Jay Alvarrez’s alleged leaked sex tape. Alvarrez, a famous male travel blogger, dominated headlines last month after an apparent sex tape of his began to circulate online. The sex tape of Jay Alvarrez is living rent free in our heads… @tayygould @EllaSwansonR — Winter Hein (@hein_winter) December 5, 2020 On November 24, Podcasters Logan Paul and Mike Majlak validated the tape during an episode of Impaulsive, in which Majlak said he saw the rumored sex tape on Pornhub. “I went over to Pornhub, and I searched it out, and you know, hidden in the coffers there, locked up with very little viewership on it, almost like it could have skated under the radar if people on a giant podcast hadn’t...
    The rumored revival would feature the Big Apple besties, minus Samantha Jones. Sex and the City could make a return to TV, minus a key player. Page Six reported that “a well-placed industry insider” has revealed that the Emmy-winning series will get a “limited reboot” on HBO Max, and it will include all of the original stars except Kim Cattrall, who played PR rep Samantha Jones on the show’s original run. The original HBO dramedy about love and friendship in New York City also starred Sarah Jessica Parker (Carrie Bradshaw), Cynthia Nixon (Miranda Hobbes), and Kristin Davis (Charlotte York). Parker was also a producer on the series, which spawned two big-screen movies. Last year, Parker told Entertainment Tonight that she would be down for doing “some episodes of Sex and the City in the future, but she cautioned that it wouldn’t be an ongoing series. “I wouldn’t call it a...
    HOLLIE DOYLE worries for the future of racing if fans still cannot attend in 2021. The sport is being staged safely behind-closed-doors but racetracks up and down the land badly need the income of punters through their gates. 4Hollie Doyle is concerned about the future of horse racing if fans cannot attend in 2021Credit: PA:Press Association 4Race tracks around the country remain desertedCredit: Getty - Pool The UK lockdown and the global Covid-19 pandemic have had a harmful impact on the industry, which involves 10,000s of people on a daily basis. And Doyle, 24, said: “It will be hard without crowds. “We can continue to race, we have proven that we can adapt and keep the show on the road like we did when everyone else was in lockdown. “We managed to keep racing going but the longer we have no crowds, you know owners aren’t able to go racing....
    Sen. Ron Johnson complained that stimulus checks would be 'mortgaging our children's future.' Sen. Ron Johnson (R-WI) on Friday blocked a bill to include $1,200 direct payments to Americans as part of a new round of coronavirus relief, complaining it's too expensive and somehow unfair to people. "We are mortgaging our children's future, without reforms, without targeting," he said, insisting it was better to deny desperately needed relief to Americans rather than add any more to the national debt. Johnson, who according to OpenSecrets is worth over $39 million, has been insisting that Americans don't actually need that much help.
    Romain Grosjean considers himself very lucky to be alive today. The driver had a huge shunt at turn 3 of the opening lap at Bahrain GP. The car not only broke in half but also caught fire in the part that he was in. He was in the fire for 28 seconds, any longer, and he might have been a dead man walking. The Frenchman is most certainly leaving the sport for good at the end of this season. Previously, he was contemplating a move to Indy Racing as his next career move. However, his death-defying crash has left him doubtful of a move. Adamant that he does not want to put his family through something like that again, he said, “Obviously, we were talking about IndyCar at one point, but I’m having the thought now that to add the risk of ovals. Where you can have big shunts and having...
    María José Muñoz FOLLOW Toledo Updated: 11/23/2020 10:56 AM Save Related News A sentence pronounced by the president of Castilla-La Mancha, Emiliano García-Page, during the presentation ceremony of the transfer operation to the new General Hospital of Toledo awoke the hope of the Neighborhood Association “La Voz del Barrio.” The President said: “The Palomarejos neighborhood will be subjected to a major urban renewal plan”. And that was more than a month ago. Nothing has been known since then about that project that theoretically would boost the economy and life in general in a neighborhood that is going to be orphaned when the old Virgen de la Salud hospital closes. Waiting for a meeting In the last month, the neighbors have tried to speak with the president to explain what the plan consists of It is planned to apply in the neighborhood, but “we are still...
    On Friday’s “PBS NewsHour,” New York Times columnist David Brooks stated that Republicans “should really focus all their attention on, what can we do for people without college degrees of all groups?” And “can see the potential of a future party as a multiracial, working-class party.” Brooks said the GOP “really is the party of the — of people without college degrees, much more so than ever before. We saw swings of moderates, swings of college-educated suburbanites to the Democratic Party. And I think the Republican Party can — if they’re going to be — feel good about this election, they can see the potential of a future party as a multiracial, working-class party. If they can win support across racial lines among those without college degrees, then that’s a very viable party, and they should really focus all their attention on, what can we do for people without college degrees of...
    For indispensable reporting on the coronavirus crisis, the election, and more, subscribe to the Mother Jones Daily newsletter. I live in the southern edge of San Francisco, near Jerry Garcia’s childhood home, where gathering places are few and far between and, judging by the line, Friday night’s hottest ticket is a seat at Popeyes. So when Excelsior Coffee opened in 2019, the sleek new spot quickly became the talk of the neighborhood. The young owners emblazoned the front window of their shotgun Mission Street space with proud gold-letters and a local artist bedecked the top of the building with a geometric mural. A motorcycle is parked on a shelf overhanging the communal table, and the walls are plastered with photographs of the neighborhood’s past. The espresso is always smooth, the Saturday morning breakfast sandwiches have ’90s hip-hop inspired names—try the Missy Eggliot—and every day the pastry case boasts fresh Filipino-inspired...
    I sure have missed Barack Obama. As much as I’ve come to appreciate the talents and charms of Joe Biden and Kamala Harris, it is great to see the 44th president out there again talking to voters, and even having some fun, for example, slamming Trump’s heretofore unknown Chinese bank account. The “Beijing Barry” line was epic. But when it comes to health care, and the Republican push to overturn the Affordable Care Act in the middle of a pandemic with no plan to replace its protections for people with preexisting conditions, Obama turned serious. Voting alone is not enough. Can you get 10 friends that live in battleground states to commit to vote for Joe Biden? Sign up to become a vote mobilizer on MoveOn’s Mobilize to Win campaign, and use your personal network to help fuel a big blue wave of record-breaking turnout. In Miami on Saturday,...
    FACEBOOK has launched a cloud-gaming service that lets you "stream" video games over the internet. It means you don't have to download games to play them – and lets you enjoy stunning graphics better than a phone could normally handle. 3Facebook has launched a cloud-streaming serviceCredit: Facebook Early Facebook Gaming cloud titles will be regular mobile games, with the advantage of saving you phone space. But in the future, you could play console and PC-grade games on your phone. The new service is available today on Android – but not on iPhone, which Facebook blames on a conflict with Apple. There are five games available initially, all of which are mobile classics. 3It'll let you play games on your phone, tablet or laptop without downloading any appsCredit: Facebook The launch titles include: Asphalt 9: Legends, Mobile Legends: Adventure, PGA TOUR Golf Shootout, Solitaire: Arthur’s Tale, and WWE SuperCar Facebook says...
    What does the future hold? In our new series “Imagining the Next Future,” News Brig explores the new era of science fiction — in movies, books, TV, games, and beyond — to see how storytellers and innovators are imagining the next 10, 20, 50, or 100 years during a moment of extreme uncertainty. Follow along as we deep dive into the great unknown. Virtual reality is either better than it has ever been, or at least a few years away from mainstream acceptance, depending on who you ask. Both points of view always seem to be true. That’s because VR has been five minutes away from some kind of breakthrough for about eight years. Which points at one very hard truth: We’re much further away from VR headsets being just another appliance in the home than many in the industry would like to admit. The promised future hasn’t happened yet,...
    Things keep getting worse for the New York Jets as the bottom continues to fall out on the league’s worst team.  To say things are bad for the New York Jets is to be kinder about their circumstances than is called for. The Jets are without a win, without a plan, and without much light at the end of their tunnel. Adam Gase will not be the first head coach fired this year only because the Houston Texans surprisingly beat them to the punch. But the writing is etched into the wall for Gase, and we are reminded on a weekly basis exactly why there will be changes in New York after this season. On the laundry list of things that have gone comically wrong, the Jets gave us this gift which perfectly sums up their season. Well blocked by the Jets. pic.twitter.com/ADI9Ar0WYH — Steve Politi (@StevePoliti) October 11, 2020...
    As President Trump seeks to build an increasingly solid conservative majority on the Supreme Court, many states have begun preparing for a potential Roe v. Wade reversal. With the nomination of Judge Amy Coney Barrett, Democrats have resurrected old fears that the abortion issue will become a complicated mess. If Roe was overturned, abortion debate would become a states issue, as it was until the 1973 decision. Back then, states had widely varying abortion laws, with some states outlawing the practice entirely. Especially since the 2018 confirmation of Justice Brett Kavanaugh, whose place on the court gave conservatives a 5-4 majority prior to the death of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, abortion-friendly states have been amending their constitutions to keep abortion legal should Roe fall. At the same time, anti-abortion states have done the opposite. A September report from the abortion advocacy group the Guttmacher Institute, released following Ginsburg’s death, warned...
    Colin Kaepernick wrote in an essay Tuesday he revisited his own statements in 2016 when he explained why he knelt for the national anthem and what change he wanted to see in policing. Under the subheading title “F—k Reform," he wrote that his thinking “was fastened to a reformist framework.” He admitted that he “missed the larger picture.” NFL WEEK 5 PREVIEW: CORONAVIRUS STILL HAUNTING TEAMS AS SEASON CHURNS ON “The focus on individual punishment will never alter the outcome of a system rooted in Black death. I wanted change. I wanted it to stop. I wanted to reform what I saw. Yet, the reforms often proposed — use-of-force policies, body cameras, more training, and police accountability — were the same recycled police reforms consistently proposed in the past. And in both the past and the present, these reforms have done nothing to stop the actions that force us to #SayTheirNames,”...
    Former professional NFL quarterback turned social justice activist Colin Kaepernick has launched a new project aimed at building a utopian police-less and prison-less future. What are the details?In "Abolition for the People," Kaepernick teamed up with Medium publication, LEVEL, to publish "30 stories from organizers, political prisoners, scholars, and advocates" over the next month with the goal of furthering the pursuit of "abolition" for minority individuals. Reforms such as "use-of-force policies, body cameras, more training, and police accountability" simply won't cut it, Kaepernick argues in an essay introducing the project. In fact, he says, reforming the white supremacist institutions of police and prisons ultimately only serves to commend them. Instead, project creators say: "The only answer is abolition, a full dismantling of the carceral state and the institutions that support it."Thread/ ABOLITION FOR THE PEOPLE: The Movement For a Future Without Policing & Prisons The collection of 30 essay…...
    As independent music venues struggle to keep their heads above water during COVID-19 closures, two staples of Boulder’s live music scene have found support from a local cannabis company that loves to jam. Z2 Entertainment, the managing company for Boulder's Fox and Boulder theaters, has laid off close to 100 employees since the pandemic began, according to CEO Cheryl Liguori. After closing doors at both venues on March 13, Z2 continued to pay fixed overhead expenses without ticket sale income, operating at a significant loss. The Boulder Theater is now open on the weekends at 10 percent of normal capacity, while the Fox remains closed, with the earliest concert scheduled for February 2021. “It was a painful experience for everyone,” Liguori says of the last seven months in an email to Westword.Related Stories Third Boulder Dispensary Receives Medical Marijuana Delivery Permit CSU-Pueblo to Offer New Degree in Hemp Research COVID-19 Ushering in Automated Future...
    Colin Kaepernick, the former quarterback who launched the anthem protest movement in the NFL, is now launching a movement aimed at ending what he calls the “scourge of police terrorism.” The former 49er made the announcement on Twitter Tuesday afternoon. Thread/ ABOLITION FOR THE PEOPLE: The Movement For a Future Without Policing & Prisons The collection of 30 essays will be posted below over the course of the next 4 weeks. #AbolitionForThePeople https://t.co/jccRsxqLhT — Colin Kaepernick (@Kaepernick7) October 6, 2020 Kaepernick partnered with Medium shortly after announcing his plans to release a memoir. Editors from LEVEL, which is a part of Medium, described “Abolition for the People’s” goal of ending both policing and prisons. The announcement says: ‘Abolition for the People,’ a project produced by Kaepernick Publishing in partnership with LEVEL, seeks to end that debate once and for all. Over the next four weeks, the project will publish 30 stories...
    BRITAIN has never been, and will never be, bullied easily. Especially not on Brexit. 3Boris Johnson has set out a definite deadline of 15th October for negotiations to be concluded or Britain will walk awayCredit: AFP Knocking on doors during the election last year, three resounding messages on Brexit were clear: 1 - let’s just get on with it. 2 - Boris is the man to deliver it. 3 - we need to stand up to Brussels. Now as talks reach the final furlong, more than ever, we need to remember that third message. The Brussels bully boys will only blink if they recognise equivalent displays of strength from UK negotiators. That is why I was so pleased to see the Prime Minister set out a definite deadline of October 15 for negotiations to be concluded or we will walk away. We needn’t be afraid. Whether we leave with or...
    The police shooting of Jacob Blake, explained Pharma chiefs vow no cut corners in vaccine race Whole Foods without shoppers: Amazon trying out dark store as part of vision for future of online grocery shopping Corrections & Clarifications: An earlier version of this story gave the wrong number of Whole Foods temporary online-only stores that have converted back to traditional stores. Four stores have converted back. Online only Whole Foods stores opens in Brooklyn USA TODAY See more videos SHARE SHARE TWEET SHARE EMAIL What to watch next How you can save $1 million for retirement USA TODAY How much the most populous states pay mail carriers GOBankingRates Creepy ways your company can spy on you while you work from home Veuer Major companies suspend social media advertising over online hate speech CBS News Women and retirement planning Money...
    The Bold and the Beautiful spoilers for Tuesday, August 25 teases that Ridge Forrester (Thorsten Kaye) will find himself in a dark place. This time around, he realizes that he needs to make the best decision for his future, even if it means one without Brooke Logan (Katherine Kelly Lang), per The TV Guide. A Shocking Conversation Ridge overhears a shocking conversation that will shatter his world. As seen in the image below, he and his ex-wife reunited and decided to put the past behind them. On his way to see Brooke, he hears a private discussion that was never meant for his ears. The words spoken between Brooke and Bill Spencer (Don Diamont) will send him in a downward spiral that will have him questioning Brooke’s devotion to him. Quinn urged Bill to see Brooke now that she was a single woman again. She planted the idea in his...
    Sign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York City BY PATRICK J. FOYE Since the COVID-19 pandemic began, I’ve discussed in this column the sheer magnitude of the financial catastrophe facing the MTA. I assure you, it’s not hyperbole: our organization is literally running out of cash, and as the agency that keeps New York moving, it’s important that New Yorkers know what we’re up against.   This Wednesday, we’re holding a special board meeting to discuss the dire consequences we are facing without federal relief and the incredibly difficult actions we may have to take to address them. It won’t be easy and it won’t be pretty.   We need $12 billion in federal funding to get us through 2021. And our projections forecast an aggregate $16 billion deficit through 2024. The emergency aid the MTA received under the...
    Another Fort Hood soldier has gone missing Here Are Dominos 2020 Christmas Hours, Because Christmas Day Pizza Is Totally a Thing With or without me: Conte throws Inter future into doubt after Europa League defeat Antonio Conte cast fresh doubt over his position as Inter Milan coach saying the club must examine their future "with or without me" after Friday's 3-2 Europa League final defeat to Sevilla. © Ina Fassbender Antonio Conte took over as Inter Milan coach in May 2019. "Now we'll return to Milan, we'll take a couple of days off. We will meet, examine the season and everything in a very calm way. We will try to plan the future of Inter with our without me," Conte, 51, told Sky Sport.  "It has been a very tough season from all points of view, the best decision must be taken for the good of Inter, with the...
    Football : Falling head high in the Champions League, Olympique Lyonnais will not play any European Cup next season, a first for nearly 25 years. What makes fear the departure of major players. Keeping a positive momentum After the exploits against Juventus and Manchester City, theOlympique Lyonnais began to believe in this completely crazy scenario that would see the Gones win the Champions League. The dream passed Wednesday night against Bayern (3-0), but at least OL ended the season on a high note. The Rhone residents raised their heads after accusing the blow when the championship was stopped, which condemned them to a 7th place final. The bad news of the week is that OL will not play in the European Cup next season, a first since 1996. But at least this team has found a collective sense, and makes you want to be review. Full on the...
    This article is the third of four in the Daily Dot’s series on the future of booze and how Americans’ relationship to alcohol is shifting amid the coronavirus pandemic. Hide In January 2019, Issam and Rima Abbas were returning from a family vacation with their three children when Joey Lee Bailey, a driver going the wrong way on the interstate, collided with the family’s SUV. The crash killed everyone involved, including the three Abbas children: Ali, Isabelle, and Giselle.  Hide Before getting in his car that night, Bailey drank so much alcohol at a bar called “Horseshoes Kentucky Grill & Saloon” that his blood alcohol level at the time of the crash registered at .307%. That’s almost twice the amount Michigan law refers to as “super drunk.”  Before the Abbas family was killed, they were on their way back to their home state of Michigan. As loved ones and community...
    By SCHUYLER DIXON, AP Pro Football Writer Dak Prescott stuck with his virtual hiatus trying to get a long-term contract that never came during the offseason. Now that the star quarterback of the Dallas Cowboys is in the building preparing to play on the $31.4 million franchise tag, Prescott doesn't see an immediate need for questions about his future with America's Team. “I’m not a guy that looks at my future to be honest,” Prescott said Wednesday, two days before the first practice of training camp for the Cowboys. “With things that have happened to me personally, with the place this world is in, with the crisis we’re in with COVID, with social injustice, I don’t look too far ahead.” To be clear, Prescott found several ways to say negotiations that went on for more than a year without a deal didn't change his desire to stay. He was an...
    Dak Prescott stuck with his virtual hiatus trying to get a long-term contract that never came during the offseason. Now that the star quarterback of the Dallas Cowboys is in the building preparing to play on the $31.4 million franchise tag, Prescott doesn’t see an immediate need for questions about his future with America’s Team. “I’m not a guy that looks at my future to be honest,” Prescott said Wednesday, two days before the first practice of training camp for the Cowboys. “With things that have happened to me personally, with the place this world is in, with the crisis we’re in with COVID, with social injustice, I don’t look too far ahead.” To be clear, Prescott found several ways to say negotiations that went on for more than a year without a deal didn’t change his desire to stay. He was an almost instant star with the...
    Michael Moore compared President Donald Trump leaving a press conference due to an emergency outside of the White House to what the future may look like when the current commander in chief leaves office. “On Monday, as he stood at the Presidential podium, the Secret Service agent suddenly entered the room and said to him [President Donald Trump] directly, ‘Sir — would you come with me?” the 66-year-old filmmaker captioned his post Tuesday on Instagram. Within the post were several screenshots of the briefing when the Secret Service came in rushed the president out of the room due to gunfire near the White House. (RELATED: Michael Moore: ‘F**k Hope, Seriously, F**k Hope,’ Trump Will Be ‘The Last President’)   View this post on Instagram   A post shared by Michael Moore (@michaelfmoore) on Aug 10, 2020 at 10:24pm PDT “And Trump obeyed, without question,” he added. “He [Trump] turned...
    How Disneys Howard Ashman documentary honors The Little Mermaid songwriters heroic story Acting DHS chief to testify on Portland protests Sarri insists Juve future not riding on Lyon result Juventus coach Maurizio Sarri dismissed talk that his future would depend on the result of Friday's Champions League last 16, second leg match against Lyon in Turin. © MARCO BERTORELLO Maurizio Sarri lifed his first league title with Juventus this season. Juve trail the Ligue 1 side following their 1-0 defeat in France six months ago before the coronavirus lockdown. "I don't think my future is riding on this game," said Sarri as Juventus look to keep their hopes of a first European title since 1996 on track.  "Thinking this way you make the club directors look like amateurs.  "I think I'm dealing with high level directors. They will decide whether to continue or to change. But it doesn't depend...
    Dear Amy: I want a woman’s perspective. My soon-to-be wife is now hesitant to marry me because I want to live elsewhere during the winter. Columnist Amy Dickinson (Bill Hogan/Chicago Tribune)  I’m a 30-year-old business owner, and my company doesn’t really do work from Christmas to March. My fiancee and I have talked about how I will go on a three-week mountain trip in Belize, followed by a four-week hiatus trip to Costa Rica during the frigid months. We have decided not to have children, so we can travel and live a fun and stress-free life. I have discussed buying a house in Belize this winter, for my future winter hideaway. Last night, her tone changed. She says I’m not allowed to go away longer than one month all winter. She has her own cleaning company so she can’t leave her clients for more than a week. Related Articles ...
    After surviving two strokes at age 27, Olivia Colt threw herself into starting a catering business, a lifelong dream. Ten years and another stroke later, she had built Salt & Honey Catering Plus Events into a thriving operation in downtown Oakland. Now with the coronavirus pandemic forcing cancellations of her customers weddings and events, she has slashed her staff from 25 to six and tried to drum up new business by selling groceries online. She secured a $100,000 forgivable loan under the U.S. Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) and another $150,000 loan under a federal program usually used for natural disasters. She expected the money to get her through just a few months of hardship. But the hardships are dragging on. "Ive applied for all the grants and loans, I have maxed out my credit card, used my companys reserves, spent my savings," she said. Colt now fears she may have...
    Savannah Chrisley on Figuring Out the Future of Her Relationship With Nic Kerdiles (Exclusive) Asian Stocks Pare Weekly Advance; Dollar Ticks Up: Markets Wrap Van Bronckhorst cant imagine Barcelona without Messi Former Barcelona defender Giovanni van Bronckhorst told AFP that he hopes Lionel Messi will finish his career at the Camp Nou, as speculation swirls about the superstar's future. © JOSE JORDAN Speculation is swirling over the future of Barcelona's superstar forward Lionel Messi © Cesar RANGEL Giovanni van Bronckhorst (C) played alongside Lionel Messi (R) at Barcelona Messi is reportedly frustrated with Barcelona's failure to build a top-notch squad, and tired of purported leaks from the Spanish club which paint him in a bad light. Radio station Cadena Ser reported last week that the Argentine had broken off negotiations on extending his contract, which runs until 2021, and was thinking of leaving. Dutchman van Bronckhorst, 45, who is now...
    (CNN)Tony Williams remembers pulling into a gas station in rural Minnesota late one night after getting lost on his way back home to Minneapolis in 2018. He saw a couple of police cars parked on the lot and thought he'd ask for directions. Williams, a black man, pulled his car in near them and two white officers immediately jumped out and ran to him, both with one hand on a holstered gun and the other holding a flashlight that shined in his face.Williams did what society conditioned him to do in such situations: he put both hands up in the air."I was acutely aware as a black man that my life was in danger in that moment if I didn't have the right answers," said Williams, an organizer with MPD150, a Minneapolis effort created by local organizers that supports the dismantling of the city's police department and the reallocation of...
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