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    SERIE A runners-up Inter Milan are demanding in excess of £20million for left-back Federico Dimarco. Arsenal are interested in a move for the Italian defender. 1Inter Milan want a fee in excess of £20million for left-back Federico DimarcoCredit: Getty The Gunners are keen to add a back-up full-back to their ranks after Kieran Tierney's campaign was cut short by injury. Nuno Tavares struggled while deputising for the Scotland international. Mikel Arteta had been keen on recruiting Dimarco to act as cover for Tierney. But Inter's £20m price-tag is beyond Arsenal's budget for a player who would not start week in, week out. Read More On ArsenalGUNNERS NEWS Gabriel Jesus 'most likely' to be big signing, Zinchenko interest First-choice left-back Tierney underwent knee surgery last month after picking up an injury while on international duty. When fit the Scotland star is one of the first names on Arteta's team sheet. Meanwhile Dimarco himself is yet to establish himself as a regular starter at San Siro - 19 out of his 32 Serie A appearances last...
    The Giants have one of the NFL’s softest schedules on paper in 2022, with the AFC South, NFC North and NFC East on their slate. But their roster is in rebuilding mode, reflected by just one prime time game on their entire schedule. And the division rival Cowboys, Eagles and Washington have similarly easy roads. So how will it shake out in year one of the Joe Schoen and Brian Daboll Era? The Daily News made predictions for the full 17-game schedule released on Thursday. All start times are Eastern Standard. All games are on Sundays unless otherwise denoted. Week 1: at Tennessee Titans Sept. 11, 4:25 p.m., FOX Drawing last year’s top AFC seed and Derrick Henry is a harsh welcome to the new season, even with former top Titans wideout A.J. Brown traded to Philadelphia. Prediction: Titans 24, Giants 13 Record: 0-1 Week 2: vs. Carolina Panthers Sept. 18, 1 p.m., FOX Former Giants coach Ben McAdoo is running the Panthers’ offense with Sam Darnold now. If McAdoo walks into MetLife Stadium with his hair gelled that day,...
    HOLLYWOOD, LOS ANGELES (KABC) -- Oscar Sunday is now just one week away, and Hollywood is getting ready for its biggest night.Streets are already being shut down in preparation. The famous Hollywood Boulevard is shut down between Orange Drive and Highland Avenue as preps are in full swing for the Oscars.However, Hollywood Boulevard was briefly opened Sunday because it was the first time the Los Angeles Marathon and Oscar preparations combined. Marathon runners ran right by the Dolby Theatre, and underneath what will become the Oscar tent covering that famous red carpet.The runners also passed by a few golden Oscars along the route.Crews are now hard at work with all of the setups. Next Sunday will be the 94th Academy Awards.Many Hollywood visitors were surprised to know just how long it takes to get the Dolby Theatre, and that red carpet, TV-ready."We were just coming. We wanted to walk Hollywood Boulevard and see all the stars," said Angel Kropiewnicki. "And then we got here, and they were setting up for the Oscars. So we just got a big surprise."From the...
    THERE are few things more sacred to us Brits than a Full English fry-up. Although we can forgive people for skipping out on mushrooms or black pudding, there is one thing that definitely DOESN'T belong on the plate... and that's a side of salad. 2The bloke was fuming when the restaurant gave him slices of fruit and a side saladCredit: Twitter/@fatboysarky Unfortunately for Twitter user Frederick Payne, this is the exact scenario he found himself earlier this week. After his mate took him out for breakfast, the fry-up fan was left "traumatised" by what the Hampshire restaurant served him. At first glance, the meal had your usual rashers of bacon, black pudding, baked beans and tomatoes. But rather than beefing it out with a slice of toast, Freddy was given a few salad leaves with some pomegranate seeds scattered on top. Read More Viral StoriesNAILED IT? I wanted a marble manicure- they're so bad people say nail tech should be jailedGREAT ESCAPE I moved across world to be with a guy I met online - I really wished I hadn't...
    A German fashion influencer has opened up about how she ran into a pole during Paris Fashion Week and had to wear sunglasses to every show to cover her black eye.  Caroline Daur, a model and blogger, showed off her bruised and bloody eye in a series of TikTok videos, saying she spent six hours in the hospital and had to get stitches.  The 26-year-old first revealed her injury last week when she posted a video of herself pulling down her sunglasses, writing: 'POV: You run turned into a hospital visit.' German fashion influencer Caroline Daur showed off her bruised and bloody eye in a series of TikTok videos after running into a pole during Paris Fashion Week  The 26-year-old model and blogger is pictured a few days before (L) and after her accident (R) Daur, pictured at the Givenchy show on Sunday, wore sunglasses at every fashion event she attended to cover her black eye  'Alexa play "Stitches" by Shawn Mendes,' she joked in the caption.  The video was viewed more than 1.2 million times, and many commenters wanted to...
    FOOTBALL fans can breathe a sigh of relief as Boxing Day games WILL go ahead with full stadiums. Prime Minister Boris Johnson confirmed on Tuesday that he will NOT be introducing new Covid restrictions until at least December 27. 1Boxing day games will go ahead with full stadiumsCredit: PA And therefore punters can unwind after Christmas Day with a trip to the footy in packed-out stadiums. Mr Johnson's announcement means Boxing Day football will be able to go ahead with crowds in England, unlike in Scotland where they will be limited to 500 fans. While Christmas and Boxing Day are safe from being blighted by restrictions, Downing Street insiders refused to rule out tougher rules immediately after the weekend. Mr Johnson could yet announce plans for restrictions ahead of the Christmas weekend, but time has run out to get them voted on and introduced before early next week. He will spend tomorrow mulling over new hospitalisation data before making a decision on what measures may be needed next week. But with the House of Commons requiring a minimum of 24...
    Washington Capitals winger T.J. Oshie has been listed as week to week with a lower-body injury. Oshie took a shot from Detroit’s Danny DeKeyser off the outside of his right foot during the third period of the Red Wings’ 3-2 overtime win Wednesday night. He limped to the bench, but did not miss any shifts and finished the game. Oshie did not take part in an optional practice Thursday. The Capitals are already playing without top center Nicklas Backstrom because of rehab from a hip injury. Coach Peter Laviolette said Backstrom has been skating by himself in full gear, adding the next step is the 33-year-old Swede taking part in a full team practice in a no-contact jersey. Backstrom is on long-term injured reserve and thus not eligible to play until Nov. 6 against Philadelphia, though he could be out beyond that game. Oshie is among Washington’s leading scorers with four goals and two assists through seven games. His absence likely means the return of Daniel Sprong against the Arizona Coyotes on Friday night after the winger was a healthy...
    BOURNEMOUTH midfielder David Brooks has been diagnosed with Hodgkin Lymphoma, the club have confirmed. The Wales international underwent a medical examination last week after which it was confirmed he has Stage II of the disease. 1NINTCHDBPICT000686459244-2Credit: PA Bournemouth confirmed Brooks will undergo treatment next week after an ‘initial positive prognosis’. The 24-year-old released a statement via the Cherries website in which he thanked fans for their support and vowed to return to football. He said: “This is a very difficult message for me to write. “I have been diagnosed with Stage II Hodgkin Lymphoma and will begin a course of treatment next week. “Although this has come as a shock to myself and my family, the prognosis is a positive one and I am confident that I will make a full recovery and be back playing as soon as possible. “I'd like to show my appreciation to the doctors, nurses, consultants and staff who have been treating me for their professionalism, warmth and understanding during this period. “I want to thank everyone at the Football Association of Wales because without...
    Surprise! All the Celebrity Cameos on Hulu’s ‘Only Murders in the Building’ 10 Best Stores for Cheap Halloween Costumes © Provided by NBC Sports Replay Video SETTINGS OFF HD HQ SD LO Skip Ad Seahawks running back Chris Carson remained out of practice Wednesday, and the team lists him as questionable for Thursday night’s game against the Rams. Carson did not participate in Monday’s walk-through, but he was listed as “not injury related-resting veteran.” The Seahawks added a neck injury Tuesday. Coach Pete Carroll said Carson will be a game-time decision. He initially popped up on the injury report with a neck injury the week of the season opener but was a full participant for all three practices that week. Carson, 27, played 23 snaps in Week 3 and 25 in Week 4. Alex Collins filled in during Sunday’s victory over the 49ers, playing 22 snaps and rushing for 44 yards and a touchdown on 10 carries. Carson’s 232 yards are the fewest he’s had through four games since a broken leg in Week 4 of his rookie season...
    WWE icon Triple H is expected to make a 'full recovery' after undergoing heart surgery last week. It has been revealed that the company's Executive Vice President underwent a procedure last week at Yale New Haven Hospital, Connecticut. A statement from WWE read: "Paul Levesque, a.k.a. Triple H, underwent a successful procedure last week at Yale New Haven Hospital following a cardiac event. "The episode was caused by a genetic heart issue and Paul is expected to make a full recovery." 1 More Follows... Most read in SportGossipOWE NO WWE could lose ANOTHER star to AEW with Kevin Owens' contract 'up in four months'PicturedROCK AND ROLL The Rock reveals secret to staying motivated is his 'inappropriate' pep talkPicturedSTRATUSFACTION WWE hero Trish Stratus looks incredible at 43 and has Instagram fans gushing‘TOO FAR’ AEW wrestling star MJF causes outrage with SHOCK reply to snap of young fan'CAN'T KILL IT' Bray Wyatt hints at return of The Fiend after WWE axe with new mask revealPicturedWHAT FLAIR Charlotte Flair goes braless for revealing photoshoot to celebrate 35th birthday
    LANGHORNE, Pa. (CBS) — This week, more students across the Delaware Valley will head back to school, and that’s left parents with mixed feelings about the first day. Battles of mask mandates, or the lack thereof, and vaccine debates are fueling frustration and sparking passionate division.  Eyewitness News spoke to one local mom who said she feels trapped about sending her twin girls back to school on Monday. That trap centers around masks because some districts in Bucks County aren’t requiring face coverings. READ MORE: TRACKING IDA: Hot, Humid Monday As Region Prepares For Heavy Rain From Remnants Of Ida On Sunday, the rush of returning to class was in full swing at a Target in Langhorne, Pennsylvania. “Doing a little back-to-school shopping, getting a few things before the last moment,” Elijah Dupree, a parent, said. “The two little ones, this is their first year in kindergarten, so we’re getting things for them and they get to pick out their bookbag, they’re excited.”  It’s just not the kids looking forward to the first day. “Mom needs a break,” Sandy Vedder...
    A witness captured a group of women running out of a San Francisco CVS Pharmacy with bags allegedly stuffed full of stolen items as a spree of retail thefts continue to plague the city. The incident, first reported by KTVU FOX2 reporter Henry K. Lee, happened around 5 p.m. Monday at the drugstore located at Van Ness Avenue and Jackson Street. ‘LAWLESSNESS’: SAN FRANCISCO'S SHOPLIFTING PROBLEM INCREASINGLY FRUSTRATES BUSINESS OWNERS, EMPLOYEES Witness Steve Adams told Lee that the four women were "picking the place dry" and that when he asked store employees if they were going to call police, "they just shrugged." "This sort of thing is becoming so normal," the witness told Lee. Retail thefts have been troubling major cities in recent months, forcing some stores to close their doors or limit operating hours. Multiple incidents in California have been captured on video, including a viral video from earlier this month that shows a group of shoplifters dashing out of a Neiman Marcus department store in San Francisco and jumping into idling getaway cars. Meanwhile in Los Angeles, another video...
    MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — Target Field is opening at full capacity this week for the first time since October of 2019. To celebrate, the Twins are hosting “Welcome Back Week,” offering fans free food and other incentives to head out to the Minneapolis ballpark. READ MORE: Maeda, Polanco Lead Twins Past Royals 6-2 To Stop Skid On Monday, there’ll be a block party before the game against the White Sox. Fans can enjoy games, live music and free food — ballpark staples such as hot dogs, peanuts and Old Dutch chips. READ MORE: Dozier, Olivares Lead Royals To 6-3 Comeback Win Over Twins Monday is also Lynx night. Fans attending the game will get a free Lynx beanie with their ticket. Other nights this week are also themed. Tuesday is Pride night, and on Wednesday students can get tickets for $5 to close out the White Sox series. On Friday, the Twins begin the series against the Baltimore Orioles. MORE NEWS: Perez, Alberto Go Deep As Royals Rally Past Twins, 7-4 While Target Field opened earlier this year...
    JPMorgan Chase has announced plans to bring staff back to the office regardless of vaccination status early next month, joining a growing list of American companies curtailing work from home in the wake of the coronavirus crisis.   Employees of the banking giant who work in the US were informed late Wednesday that they will be expected to return to the office between 50 and 100 percent of the time beginning on July 6.   'We are doing this because we believe that human interaction, spontaneous learning and creativity are so important to the way we run our company and serve our clients,' read the memo signed by the operations team including CEO Jamie Dimon and obtained by CNBC.  The memo mentions getting people on a 'regular schedule' while still maintaining occupancy limits in offices.   'In many cases this may be five days each and every week, and for others it will mean a minimum of 50 percent of your workdays will be in the office, due to occupancy limit,' the memo stated.  It said that scheduling will depend on role but...
    CHICAGO (CBS) — Just days away from a full reopening of the entire state, Illinois continues to see a steady improvement in key COVID-19 metrics, with new cases down to levels not seen since the start of the pandemic, and the state’s average infection rate at the lowest point ever recorded. The Illinois Department of Public Health reported 365 new confirmed and probable cases of COVID-19 on Tuesday, as well as 11 more deaths. It was the third day in a row with fewer than 400 new cases, the first time that’s happened since late March of 2020. READ MORE: Field Museum Study Focuses On Solutions To Cut Down On Bird Collisions Illinois is averaging 467 new cases per day over the past week, down 62% from two weeks ago. It’s also the lowest seven-day average for new cases since late March 2020. The statewide seven-day average case positivity rate stands at 1.1% for the second day in a row, the lowest average infection rate ever reported by IDPH. As of Monday night, a total of 791 coronavirus patients were...
    CHICAGO (WLS) -- The Sheraton Grand Hotel in downtown Chicago is set to reopen Monday as the state moves closer to a full reopening on Friday.The massive hotel and event space has been closed since March of last year, but with the state about to fully reopen, the Sheraton Grand finally welcomed back guests.The hotel officially cut the ribbon Monday morning as businesses throughout Illinois prepare for the state's full lifting of COVID-19 capacity limits and social distancing rules.RELATED: Chicago reopening: City moving to Phase 5 with rest of Illinois, Mayor Lightfoot saysMany large hotels like the Sheraton have been waiting until protocols were mostly lifted to begin serving guests, since their moneymaker is mostly from large events."We now see that it is safe," said Marcus Cornelious with the Sheraton Grand Hotel. "We are seeing demand return and travelers are coming back as the city reopens. We have large events coming back and this is the perfect culmination as the city fully reopens on Friday and we are just a couple of days ahead."Clinical immunologist Dr. Zachary Rubin warned that...
    CHICAGO (WLS) -- The Sheraton Grand Hotel in downtown Chicago is set to reopen Monday as the state moves closer to a full reopening on Friday.The massive hotel and event space has been closed since March of last year, but with the state about to fully reopen, the Sheraton Grand will finally be welcoming back guests.The hotel will officially cut the ribbon Monday morning as businesses throughout Illinois prepare for the state's full lifting of COVID-19 capacity limits and social distancing rules.RELATED: Chicago reopening: City moving to Phase 5 with rest of Illinois, Mayor Lightfoot saysBut clinical immunologist Dr. Zachary Rubin warned that the full reopening does not mean fully back to normal."I still think it's important in major gatherings, especially folks who are not vaccinated, to still wear a mask because these events are going to get quite large and so transmission will still happen," he said.RELATED: Chicago lakefront sees big crowds for hottest day of the year as COVID restrictions easeRubin says if case and hospitalization rates start trending the wrong way we could see restrictions return. But...
    A WOMAN has revealed what it was like growing up with 13 siblings - and admits that things were constantly getting broken. Claire shared a TikTok video where she gave her followers an insight into her childhood home - which was big, but a little battered. 3Claire answers some commonly asked questions about her huge familyCredit: Tiktok/@intensepear667 Speaking in the video Claire, who is the 12th child of 14, said: “I always say my house was big, obviously it had to fit that many people inside. “However, it was not nice.” She went on to explain that the house was often in a state of disrepair. There was “many a hole in the wall, many a broken window, from children just constantly running around everywhere”, she explained. 3There was a family birthday EVERY week in October - so lots of shared birthday partiesCredit: Tiktok/@intensepear667 In another video, she outlined all the things she “did not get growing up because [she] had thirteen siblings”. She explained how she shared a bedroom with five of her sisters. Describing her experience, Claire said:...
    President Joe Biden is expected to sign the new Covid relief bill sometime this week. That would mean people could start seeing the $1,400 stimulus checks roll out later this month. But the direct payments aren't the only relief people will be eligible for in this latest round of stimulus, according to Garrett Watson, a senior policy analyst at the Tax Foundation. Check out this video for a full breakdown of the other ways the new bill could help your budget. More from Invest in You:How 3 millennials started a hard seltzer brand while working full-time jobsThese trucking companies are offering full benefits and $50,000 pay to attract new talentHow much you need to invest each month to save $2 million by the time you turn 40 SIGN UP: Money 101 is an 8-week learning course to financial freedom, delivered weekly to your inbox. CHECK OUT: Why January is a particularly great time to invest your money via Grow with Acorns+CNBC. Disclosure: NBCUniversal and Comcast Ventures are investors in Acorns.
    President Biden finished his first week in the White House with a near-56% job approval, suggesting a majority of people are pleased with his low-key governance compared to former President Donald Trump's provocative populism. Biden’s job approval stood at 55.7% in the RealClearPolitics average Friday afternoon, with five of six surveys taken since the Jan. 20 inauguration showing the Democrat above 50%. Just one poll, from Rasmussen, had the new president below, albeit still in positive territory — at 49%. Biden’s initial strong job approval, well above Trump’s mid-40s, first-week average, comes despite questions about the efficacy of his plan to defeat the coronavirus and uncertainty about the pandemic relief plan he submitted to Congress. Presidents, especially in the modern era, tend to begin their tenure with healthy approval ratings, only to see them diminish as their agenda gets bogged down or proves unpopular — or their administrations are beset by controversy or scandal. So, Biden’s strong first-week job marks are hardly unusual nor predictive. After all, most two-term presidents considered popular or consequential in hindsight still experienced...
    GENEVA — President Joe Biden’s top medical adviser on COVID-19, Dr. Anthony Fauci, says the United States will cease reducing U.S. staff counts at the World Health Organization and pay its financial obligations to it as it vows to stay fully engaged with the U.N. health agency to help fight the coronavirus pandemic. “I am honored to announce that the United States will remain a member of the World Health Organization,” Fauci told the WHO’s executive board meeting in Geneva via videoconference. The administration announced just hours after Biden’s inauguration that the United States would revoke a planned pullout from the WHO in July that had been announced by the Trump administration. Fauci’s quick commitment to WHO — whose response to the coronavirus outbreak was repeatedly berated by the Trump administration — marks a dramatic and vocal shift toward a multilateral approach to fighting the pandemic. He said the administration will “will cease the drawdown of U.S. staff seconded to the WHO” and resume “regular engagement” with WHO. He added: “The United States also intends to fulfill its financial obligations...
    GENEVA — President Joe Biden’s top medical adviser on COVID-19, Dr. Anthony Fauci, says the United States will cease reducing U.S. staff counts at the World Health Organization and pay its financial obligations to it as it vows to stay fully engaged with the U.N. health agency to help fight the coronavirus pandemic. “I am honored to announce that the United States will remain a member of the World Health Organization,” Fauci told the WHO’s executive board meeting in Geneva via videoconference. The administration announced just hours after Biden’s inauguration that the United States would revoke a planned pullout from the WHO in July that had been announced by the Trump administration. Fauci’s quick commitment to WHO — whose response to the coronavirus outbreak was repeatedly berated by the Trump administration — marks a dramatic and vocal shift toward a multilateral approach to fighting the pandemic. He said the administration will “will cease the drawdown of U.S. staff seconded to the WHO” and resume “regular engagement” with WHO. He added: “The United States also intends to fulfill its financial obligations...
    (CNN)The final full week of Donald Trump's presidency ended with a nation in disarray -- fearful about the threats surrounding Inauguration Day in a capital city that has become a fortress; unsettled by new details of the harm that rioters could have inflicted on lawmakers during last week's insurrection; and angry at the revelation that the administration's pledge to release a reserve of Covid-19 vaccine doses was hollow. In the midst of those grave security threats and the frustrating news that there is no such vaccine reserve, the President was still conspicuously missing in action at the White House Friday. It was Vice President Mike Pence who was seen doing the work normally required of a commander-in-chief -- from visiting the National Guard troops guarding the Capitol to making the long-delayed phone call to Vice President-elect Kamala Harris to offer assistance in the presidential transition. The President met on Friday with MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell, who was captured by a Washington Post photographer outside the West Wing carrying notes with references to the lie that the election was stolen and...
    With just over a week remaining in his term, President Trump is expected to celebrate progress on one of his featured campaign promises: a wall along the U.S.-Mexico border. According to a senior administration official, Trump will be in Alamo, Texas on Tuesday after the White House marked roughly 450 miles of the barrier being completed. AS TRUMP'S BORDER WALL TOPS 450-MILE GOAL, CBP CHIEF SAYS MORE WALL IS COMING "President Trump is expected to travel to Alamo, Texas, on Tuesday to mark the completion of more than 400 miles of border wall — a promise made, promise kept — and his Administration’s efforts to reform our broken immigration system," the official said. The visit is scheduled to take place the same week that the U.S. House of Representatives moves toward an impeachment vote after Wednesday's riot at the U.S. Capitol. In 2019, Trump had pledged to have 450 miles of the wall completed by the end of 2020. In January 2020, only 100 miles were done. In February 2016, Trump told MSNBC that a wall was needed along 1,000 miles of...
    Marin County this week reported that it has 0% intensive care unit beds available and workers in the county north of San Francisco were being stretched thin. Marin County Supervisor Damon Connolly said at a public meeting this week that some healthcare workers “are pulling double shifts and working tirelessly to save lives.” But the loss of available ICU beds due to the worsening COVID-19 pandemic is leaving few good options. Marin County has already had to turn down requests to accept patients from overloaded hospitals in the San Joaquin Valley region, which has seen its ICU availability drop to zero in recent days and has appealed to other regions to accept as many as 40 patients. “We’re not allowing patients from the outside to come into our ICUs right now, because we’re not able to accept them,” Dr. Matt Willis, the Marin County health officer, told the Marin County Board of Supervisors this week. Dr. Laura Eberhard, chief of the critical care department at Kaiser Permanente San Rafael Medical Center, told the Board of Supervisors in a video...
    This week on AEW Dynamite, Chris Jericho and the Inner circle held a Town Hall Meeting. The agenda of the meeting was to determine if MJF could join the group. Alright how’s this Town Hall Meeting going to go? Drop your predictions ????#AEWDynamite pic.twitter.com/xtAwWWpUBt — All Elite Wrestling on TNT (@AEWonTNT) October 29, 2020 Britt Baker, Luchasaurus, and many other stars on the AEW roster asked questions to the “musical duo” of AEW. Former WCW creative head and WWE Raw General Manager Eric Bischoff also asked a couple of questions. As the segment was reaching its end, MJF showed signs of frustration as he asked Jericho, “what haven’t I done?” Jericho replied by saying that MJF hadn’t beaten the “Le Champion” yet. [email protected] is giving @The_MJF a chance to beat him at Full Gear to join the Inner Circle ???????????? #AEWDynamite on @tntdrama pic.twitter.com/o6L3DaXfgy — All Elite Wrestling on TNT (@AEWonTNT) October 29, 2020 Y2J then made a lucrative offer to MJF: If MJF beats Jericho at Full Gear, he can join the group. MJF accepted the challenge and warned...
    STARGAZERS are in for a treat this week as there's a chance to see a comet, Uranus at opposition and a 'Blue Moon' on Halloween. The full Moon and Uranus should be easy to spot with the naked eye but you'll need a pair of binoculars to see Comet P1 Neowise. 3The Moon won't actually look blue this weekend but the word 'blue' is used to refer to the rarity of the eventCredit: Getty Images - Getty Halloween Hunter’s Blue Moon Halloween on Saturday may feel even more spooky because a full Blue Moon will be in the night sky. Unfortunately, its name has nothing to do with its colour and the Moon should just look pearly grey. A Blue Moon refers to the very rare occasion when a full Moon appears for the second time in the same month. This year we had a full Moon on October 1 called the Harvest Moon. 3A full Moon will be bright in the sky this HalloweenCredit: Getty Images - Getty Nasa previously explained: "According to modern folklore, a Blue Moon is...
    Tired of the global pandemic? World-weary of all the political shenanigans? Blast off with the Colorado-based Space Foundation, which is hosting a week of free programming through the Space Unites festival. And for more down-to-earth information, you can listen to artists talk about sexuality and social justice, watch films about racism and prayer, and learn more about wolves. Keep reading for ten great free events around town, and watch for updates. Space Unites: A World Space Week CelebrationMonday, October 5, through Saturday, October 10 The Space Foundation, a global space advocate for 37 years, is presenting a weeklong series of virtual and in-person events. “Space access and opportunity are created by imagination, ingenuity, and collaboration of daring and like-minded people," says Space Foundation CEO Tom Zelibor. "We will celebrate the full spectrum of those possibilities during World Space Week and show there is space for everyone within this expanding and adventurous global community.” The Space Unites festival kicks off with "Small Steps, Giant Leap: STEM Adventures for Little Space Explorers," at 9 a.m. on October 5; register and find out more...
    KIERAN TIERNEY has given Arsenal a boost ahead of their clash against Liverpool with the defender set to return to full training later this week. The 23-year-old suffered a minor injury in the warm-up before Saturday's match against West Ham. 2Kieran Tierney has established himself as Arsenal's first choice left-backCredit: Getty Images - Getty As a result, he was taken out of the starting XI and replaced by Sead Kolasinac, leading Gunners fans to fear he could face a spell on the sidelines. ARSENAL NEWS LIVE: Click here for the latest Gunners news   Tierney joined Arsenal from Celtic last year while carrying a groin problem, and it was that area that he tweaked at the Emirates last weekend. But the club have stated that the left-back is almost fully fit ahead of their trip to Anfield on Monday. However he will play no part in Wednesday's Carabao Cup tie against Leicester at the King Power Stadium. Commenting on the Scotland international, a club statement read: "Tight left groin on Saturday. "Settling well and aiming to resume full training later...
    Frank Gore took his first snap as a pro in what seems like a lifetime ago. And in the physical, not-for-long nature of the NFL, it might as well have been. Mike Nolan was the coach of the San Francisco 49ers in 2005, with Mike McCarthy the offensive coordinator. Tim Rattay was the starting quarterback, with No. 1 overall pick Alex Smith waiting in the wings. Gore was a wide-eyed third-round pick running up the depth chart. CLICK HERE FOR MORE SPORTS COVERAGE ON FOXNEWS.COM Meanwhile, somewhere in South Florida, current 49ers defensive end Nick Bosa wasn't even 8 and couldn't have had any idea he'd someday need to tackle Gore — who's still going strong at 37. “He seems like an unbelievable dude, but he’s the enemy this week," Bosa said. "So (we) have to get after him.” It all comes full circle for the ageless running back on Sunday when his New York Jets host the team with which he began his NFL career. “I want to win, especially coming off a loss last week,” Gore said, referring to...
    By Dennis Waszak Jr. AP Pro Football Writer SANTA CLARA (AP) — Frank Gore took his first snap as a pro in what seems like a lifetime ago. And in the physical, not-for-long nature of the NFL, it might as well have been. Mike Nolan was the coach of the San Francisco 49ers in 2005, with Mike McCarthy the offensive coordinator. Tim Rattay was the starting quarterback, with No. 1 overall pick Alex Smith waiting in the wings. Gore was a wide-eyed third-round pick running up the depth chart. Meanwhile, somewhere in South Florida, current 49ers defensive end Nick Bosa wasn’t even 8 and couldn’t have had any idea he’d someday need to tackle Gore — who’s still going strong at 37. “He seems like an unbelievable dude, but he’s the enemy this week,” Bosa said. “So (we) have to get after him.” It all comes full circle for the ageless running back on Sunday when his New York Jets host the team with which he began his NFL career. “I want to win, especially coming off a loss last...
    By DENNIS WASZAK Jr., AP Pro Football Writer NEW YORK (AP) — Frank Gore took his first snap as a pro in what seems like a lifetime ago. And in the physical, not-for-long nature of the NFL, it might as well have been. Mike Nolan was the coach of the San Francisco 49ers in 2005, with Mike McCarthy the offensive coordinator. Tim Rattay was the starting quarterback, with No. 1 overall pick Alex Smith waiting in the wings. Gore was a wide-eyed third-round pick running up the depth chart. Meanwhile, somewhere in South Florida, current 49ers defensive end Nick Bosa wasn't even 8 and couldn't have had any idea he'd someday need to tackle Gore — who's still going strong at 37. “He seems like an unbelievable dude, but he’s the enemy this week," Bosa said. "So (we) have to get after him.” It all comes full circle for the ageless running back on Sunday when his New York Jets host the team with which he began his NFL career. “I want to win, especially coming off a loss last...
    ‘Below Deck Med’ Cast Reacts to Malia Reporting Hannah for Stashing Drugs How to seamlessly blend freelancers, contractors, and consultants into your company culture and workflow Webb Simpson opens with 66 at Wyndham with Paul Tesori back on bag Webb Simpson doesn’t need another reason to feel confident around Sedgefield Country Club, but he received a boost this week with caddie Paul Tesori back on the bag. © Provided by Golf Channel Two weeks ago Tesori could only make it halfway through the WGC-FedEx St. Jude Invitational before stepping away because of back pain. For the final two rounds in Memphis Simpson worked with Joey Duplantis, before he turned to longtime friend Jonathan Dilanni for last week’s PGA Championship, where he tied for 37th. Simpson said it was the first time since 2013 that Tesori was unable to loop for him. Wyndham Championship: Full-field scores | Full coverage Current FedExCup points standings But the band is back together this week at the Wyndham, where Simpson has a victory and five other top-6s finishes. The world No. 6 opened with...
    California surpasses New York as worst-hit state in coronavirus cases Banks Are Paying People to Bring in Their Spare Change as National "Coin Shortage" Takes Place Banks May Pay You for Loose Change During the Pandemic Report: Tony Finau splits with longtime caddie Greg Bodine Tony Finau has parted ways with longtime caddie Greg Bodine on the heels of a close call at last week's Memorial Tournament, according to a Caddie Network report. © Provided by Golf Channel Bodine has been on the bag since Finau's rookie PGA Tour campaign during the 2014-15 season. That includes Finau's lone Tour triumph at the 2016 Puerto Rico Open and appearances at both the Ryder Cup and Presidents Cup over the last two years. 3M Open: Full-field tee times | Full coverage Finau's quest for a second victory has included a number of close calls, notably a playoff loss earlier this year at the Waste Management Phoenix Open when he led by two shots with two holes to play but lost to Webb Simpson. He had another chance last week at Muirfield...
    The outbreak of the coronavirus has dealt a shock to the global economy with unprecedented speed. Following are developments Friday related to the national and global response, the work place and the spread of the virus. ________________________ RETAIL ROUNDUP: — Big Lots is seeing the continuation of strong demand that started in mid-April, with second quarter-to-date comparable sales through fiscal June increasing well ahead of expectations. The discount retailer now anticipates second-quarter comparable sales will be up by a mid-to-high twenties percentage. Big Lots said Friday that it is in a very strong liquidity position, with current cash and short-term investments of approximately $890 million, and no amounts drawn on its $700 million revolving credit facility. — Shopping mall owner Intu Properties is scrambling to avoid bankruptcy after failing to strike a deal with its creditors. The London-based company is being hammered by lower rent payments from retail clients during the pandemic. The group, which owns the Trafford Centre in England, has been trying to secure a “standstill’’ on loans and must reach a deal by midnight Friday. Intu...
    The coronavirus pandemic has dealt a devastating blow to the global economy with unprecedented speed. Following are events on Friday related to the national and global response, workplaces, and the spread of the virus. ________________________ RETAIL SECTOR: – Big Lots is recording strong demand that started in mid-April, with a larger-than-expected increase so far in the second quarter compared to a year ago. The company now expects sales in the quarter to rise more than 25%. Big Lots said Friday that it has a very strong liquidity position, with current cash and short-term investments totaling approximately $ 890 million and no debits on its $ 700 million revolving loan. – The shopping center company Intu tries to avoid bankruptcy after failing to reach an agreement with its creditors. The London-based firm is being slammed by low rent payments from retail clients during the pandemic. The group, which owns the Trafford Center in England, has been trying to secure a temporary suspension of loan procedures and must reach an agreement by midnight on Friday. Intu has struggled with a debt burden...
    The outbreak of the coronavirus has dealt a shock to the global economy with unprecedented speed. Following are developments Friday related to the national and global response, the work place and the spread of the virus. ________________________ RETAIL ROUNDUP: — Big Lots is seeing the continuation of strong demand that started in mid-April, with second quarter-to-date comparable sales through fiscal June increasing well ahead of expectations. The company now anticipates second-quarter comparable sales will be up by a mid-to-high twenties percentage. Big Lots said Friday that it is in a very strong liquidity position, with current cash and short-term investments of approximately $890 million, and no amounts drawn on its $700 million revolving credit facility. — Shopping mall owner Intu is scrambling to avoid bankruptcy after failing to strike a deal with its creditors. The London-based company is being hammered by lower rent payments from retail clients during the pandemic. The group, which owns the Trafford Centre in England, has been trying to secure a “standstill’’ on loans and must reach a deal by midnight Friday. Intu has struggled with...
    TIMO WERNER is set to become Chelsea's highest earner by a mile after signing a huge £270,000-a-week deal. The Germany striker, 24, will reportedly earn £120,000-a-week more than second-highest earner Kepa Arrizabalaga. 2 The details of Werner's massive Chelsea deal have been revealed German outlet Bild add that Werner, who has penned a five-year deal at Stamford Bridge, will pocket a £10million singing-on bonus. CHELSEA NEWS LIVE: Follow for the latest Blues news The terms of Werner's contract look like they will dwarf everyone else's at the club. Chelsea confirmed last week that the RB Leipzig forward had completed his deal. He is boss Frank Lampard's second signing after Ajax star Hakim Ziyech. And after being banned from signing anybody last summer, the Blues have more than made up for it with the terms of Werner's deal. Chelsea have bought Werner - who was long linked with Liverpool - for £53m. He will earn £14m a year in the Premier League - double his Leipzig deal. And his £270,000-a-week wages equate to a truly eye-watering £38,570 a DAY. Players' salaries...
    Thursday marked the seventh consecutive day that Texas reported a record number of hospitalized coronavirus patients, with 2,947 people currently in hospitals being treated for COVID-19, according to data released Thursday by the Texas Department of State Health Services. The latest seven-day average for the number of people hospitalized is 2,468. Since the beginning of June, hospitalizations have increased almost every day. There's almost twice as many people hospitalized because of the coronavirus than there was on Memorial Day. Gov. Greg Abbott has said he's using hospitalization capacity as a metric, as he moves forward with plans to reopen businesses and peel back restrictions on gatherings during the pandemic. On Tuesday, he called the state's capacity "abundant," and said officials are “laser-focused” on maintaining that level. Statewide, there are currently 1,400 beds available for intensive care and more than 5,000 ventilators. The new coronavirus has killed more than 2,000 people in Texas. The number of cases has also continued to rise. On Wednesday the state reported 3,129 new cases. The average age of people diagnosed with COVID-19 is also decreasing...
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