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    Mike Grier on the day he was hired as the San Jose Sharks general manager said he wanted a team that was tougher to play against and to that end, made a swath of roster changes in his first two weeks on the job. Now in his third week, Grier appears poised to hire a coach in David Quinn to help carry out that mandate. The Sharks are close to officially making Quinn their next head coach, a source told this news organization, with a potential announcement coming early next week. Quinn would become the Sharks’ 10th full-time head coach after Bob Boughner was let go by the team on June 30. Quinn might not be the most popular choice among the Sharks’ fanbase given his lack of success at the NHL level, as he went 96-87-25 over three seasons with the rebuilding New York Rangers from 2018-2021. Previous hires like Todd McLellan and Pete DeBoer had helped teams reach the Stanley Cup Final, with McLellan winning it all as an assistant coach with Detroit in 2008 right before he...
    NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — We’re learning new details about Saturday’s hostage situation at a Texas synagogue and the ties to a rabbi in New York City. Saturday morning as Sabbath services were underway at the Beth Israel Congregation in Colleyville, Texas, outside of Dallas, prayers were interrupted by a gunman who took four people hostage, including the rabbi. READ MORE: Mayor Eric Adams Backs Bills Providing More Funding To Improve Maternal Mortality“It was like, oh my God, it’s, it’s happening again. You know, uh, uh, being there on the ground personally for Jersey City and for Monsey … It’s just another tremendous act of hate towards the Jewish community,” said Evan Bernstein, CEO of Community Security Service. After 11 hours, the FBI stormed the synagogue and freed those being held, while the suspect, 44-year-old British national Malik Faisal Akram, died. During the standoff, the agency says he wanted to see the release of Pakistani neuroscientist Aafia Siddiqui, who is serving prison time in Texas for shooting at U.S. soldiers and FBI agents. As CBS2’s Lisa Rozner reports, New York City’s...
    New York Giants coach Joe Judge announced Wednesday morning that Mike Glennon and Jake Fromm both will play Sunday against the Chicago Bears at Soldier Field. The Bears are still working through their depth chart with Justin Fields (ankle) and Andy Dalton (groin) returning to practice as the team sorts through its situation at the position. Fields was limited in practice Wednesday, while Dalton was a full participant. Nick Foles, who passed for 250 yards and a touchdown to complete a 25-24 comeback victory at the Seattle Seahawks, is the only fully healthy option right now. That leaves the Bears (5-10) with medical reports to weigh as they prepare for a game against the Giants (4-11) with no postseason implications. Fields finished the Bears’ Dec. 20 loss to the Minnesota Vikings but suffered an ankle injury in the second quarter that hampered him the next day. He wore a walking boot last week. With Dalton dealing with a groin injury before he went on the reserve/COVID-19 list, that forced the Bears to turn to Foles for his...
    New York Giants CB Sam Beal pleads guilty in legal case from 2020 Cay North June 11, 2021 Share on facebook Share on twitter Share on reddit Share on email New York Giants cornerback Sam Beal will have one less thing pressing on his mind while he competes for a spot at the competitive position this year. He came into this offseason with a legal case still pending after he was arrested in Ohio last year, but that looks settled after he plead guilty and entered probation. According to records reported on by NorthJersey.com, Beal plead guilty last Friday in exchange for two years of probation which will allow him to avoid a conviction on his record. The original arrest, which happened last June, took place near Cleveland and saw Beal charged with illegally carrying a concealed weapon as well as marijuana possession and the improper handling of a firearm. With this out of the way, it seems like there won’t be anything keeping Beal from playing this season. Despite the...
    New York : VIDEO: AMLO’s government compared to Trump’s for migrants in cages in Mexico Photo: Video capture Mesoamerican Migrant Movement / Courtesy The organization Mesoamerican Migrant Movement denounced that the Government of Mexico maintains crowded to migrants in one of the jails located in the municipality of Chiapa from Roe deer, in the state of Chiapas. Even the media compared the actions of the administration of Andrés Manuel López Obrador (AMLO) with those of Donald Trump when he was president of the United States, they keep families and children included, in “cages”. Read also: 10 children are abandoned in Río Bravo, one is barely 2 years old Through its Facebook page, the non-profit organization denounced that in desperation due to the overcrowding and the slowness of the processes of the National Institute of Migration (INM) of Mexico, people rioted in the provisional immigration prison “La Mosca” Cupapé two. To demonstrate what is lived in the place they shared the images where dozens of people are seen in subhuman conditions. The video was broadcast hours...
    New York : ‘The fat and the skinny’. Photo: Univision / Univision In full show of ‘El Gordo y la Flaca’, a group of tourists from Miami Beach, make fun of Tanya Charry while doing a live in the street. Charry was reporting from Miami Beach, the Spring Break riots, and ended up being the victim of one of them, when I was doing this live with Lili Estefan and Raúl de Molina. MAs she explained how tourists disrespected the authorities, committed acts of vandalism, and did not respect the use of masks, she was interrupted by several of them. A man came up, got behind the camera, taunted, danced at him and lifted his shirt… Charry tried to continue with his information, dismissing it. But minutes later the situation is already a little more dangerous, when several men, without face masks, surrounded her, began to approach her, one had a bag with a liquid and the other a hand-rolled cigarette. Suddenly it was seen how the images were clouded to prevent what was...
    New York : San Juan Puerto Rico – The small municipality islands of Vieques and Culebra, located off the east coast of Puerto Rico and that constitute an international tourist center, they have suffered for decades an isolation caused by poor maritime transport, a problem exacerbated in recent times by breakdowns in the barges that connect with the main island. The problem, although not new, has been fully topical for a few weeks, when complaints of abandonment by local authorities have made a situation a little better known to which this Tuesday is trying to respond with the help of boats of the Puerto Rico National Guard (GNPR). The two GNPR vessels to transport cargo to Vieques and Culebra will try to respond to a situation that has had political consequences and that caused the resignation of the executive director of the Maritime Transportation Authority (ATM), Mara Pérez, accused by some of an inability to solve a problem that has actually dragged on for decades. The magnitude of the problem, which represents a real abandonment to their fate of...
    New York : Kim kardashian He lives singleness to the fullest and is not afraid to show it off on Instagram. The famous socialite was seen this weekend in a small black bikini that showed her tremendous curves, while preparing her divorce from Kanye West. In the sun and looking great, Kim gave his fans a glimpse of the great weekend he spent as a family. “Focus on you,” Kim wrote alongside the snapshots that accumulated four million “likes” in a matter of hours. Undoubtedly there will be many trained gallants who hope to conquer the heart of the woman who decided to end her story with the controversial rapper. Kim Kardashian has finally taken the necessary steps to legally dissolve her marriage to Kanye, Joined by more than seven years of relationship and, above all, the shared upbringing of four children, it seems that the reality star is already planning how to get the most out of his situation in the media and financially. Sources in his environment now assure that the celebrity will document his divorce process,...
    New York : The Nursing homes in New York State have undoubtedly been the main victims of the public health emergency that was unleashed exactly one year ago with the arrival of the coronavirus. And amid a strong controversy that surrounds Governor Andrew Cuomo over the disparities in the death toll from COVID-19 reported in these care centers, this Thursday the State Assembly reported that it is analyzing a package of legal reforms to improve the situation in geriatrics. This was announced by the President of the Assembly Carl Heastie, who specified that there are four bills to increase safety and improve quality of life of New Yorkers living in nursing homes. “The COVID-19 pandemic has exposed and exacerbated many of the problems and challenges that have long existed in our state, especially in our nursing homes, “the president said, adding that this legislative package” will go a long way toward increasing the safety and protecting the well-being of our most vulnerable New Yorkers. “ In a joint statement with the Chairman of the Health Committee Richard Gottfried and...
    New York : Ina is a bear marked by the trauma of captivity after spend 20 years of your life sharing a very small cage at the Piatra Neamt Zoo, Romania. The animal walks in circles despite having a much more generous space since it was transferred to the Libearty bear sanctuary, located in the Romanian town of Zarnesti. During her captivity, Ina shared a room with her sister Anca and they only came out of their cage for a walk once a week, according to Timisoara Online. His story has been made public on social networks this week by the Libearty Shrine through a video in which hee can see the bear “trapped” in an imaginary cage in which it is still circling. After 20 year of captivity Ina the bear is still trapped in her virtual cage. Whenever you go to visit a zoo with tiny cages or a circus where bears perform remember this. #FreedomPlanet #animals #sanctuary #Libearty pic.twitter.com/ng6egCgU5l – Libearty Sanctuary (@LibeartyBears) January 15, 2021 “This is the image of trauma that sometimes is...
    New York : Thalia. Photo: Dimitrios Kambouris / . for Tony Awards Productions Mrs. Eva Mange turned 103 years old, but what had to be a holiday was sorrow and concern for her family. And is that the famous singer Thalia He asked for prayers for his grandmother, as they found her in “unacceptable” condition. “Today, January 18 of this year, we should be celebrating the 103rd birthday of our beloved grandmother, Doña Eva Mange Marquez. But, far from a celebration, we find ourselves in a situation of anguish and great surprise since we have found our grandmother in totally unacceptable conditions. For now we cannot give so many details about what happened to his health; But right now we would like to ask you for a prayer for her. Prayers and light, so that he may soon regain the health that has been compromised. Thank you very much to all of you for the congratulations you have sent us to celebrate her today, on her 103rd birthday! ”The famous star wrote on Instagram. Laura...
    New York Yankees News/Rumors: Sticky situation for Gerrit Cole as he is named in banned substance lawsuit By: William Parlee January 8, 2021 ShareTweetFlipRedditNew York Yankees ace pitcher Gerrit Cole has gotten himself implicated in a lawsuit involving his previous team’s actions, the Houston Astros, in 2019. The lawsuit involves the Los Angeles Angels clubhouse manager “Bubba” Harkins, who has been fired by the Angels when his attornies submitted a text message allegedly from Cole, in Orange County (Calif.) Superior Court on Thursday, according to reports, including one in the Los Angeles Times. “Hey Bubba, it’s Gerrit Cole, I was wondering if you could help me out with this sticky situation,” the pitcher, then with the Astros wrote on Jan. 17, 2019, adding a wink emoji, according to the reports. “We don’t see you until May, but we have some road games in April that are in cold weather places. The stuff I had last year seizes up when it gets cold.” A Major League Baseball investigation found he was providing banned substances...
    A gigantic explosion in Rochester, New York has been captured on video. In a video tweeted by Old Row, a huge explosion and fireball can be seen consuming a house in a residential area. According to USA Today, the explosion took place Wednesday around 6:00 EST, and there were no casualties. (SLIDESHOW: These Women On Instagram Hate Wearing Clothes) As of Thursday morning, the cause of the explosion is still unknown. You can watch the insane explosion in the video below. (SLIDESHOW: 142 Times Josephine Skriver Barely Wore Anything) Video of a house explosion in Rochester, New York ???? (no injuries or casualties reported) pic.twitter.com/cAHuFFfQwQ — Old Row (@OldRowViral) December 10, 2020 People in the surrounding area should consider themselves damn lucky that nobody was hurt or killed. That explosion was no joke. (SLIDESHOW: 71 Times Samantha Hoopes Stripped Down) How the hell did everyone in the area walk away from that situation completely unharmed? It looked like a bomb went off. (SLIDESHOW: This Blonde Bombshell Might Be The Hottest Model On The Internet) Yet, not a single soul...
    NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — Mayor Bill de Blasio says steps are being taken to address teachers’ concerns about reopening New York City public schools next week. That includes sending 2,000 additional educators to schools across the city. “We’ll keep working with each school to make sure what they need is what they get and that we’re ready for opening day,” the mayor said Monday. Some are certified teachers who work within the Department of Education, while others will be substitutes. “We need them in our schools, because we are cut back in very challenging circumstances, and they are teachers at the end of the day,” Schools Chancellor Richard Carranza said. “In a pandemic, it’s all hands on deck.” WATCH: Mayor, Schools Chancellor Share Latest On Reopening  The mayor said priority will be given to schools that have the greatest staffing concerns. “Hundreds of schools have said they just need one or two more, for example. So we’re going to be able with this 2,000 additional educators to fill a lot of those gaps,” he said. “A school that already is settled...
    In the last weekend of July more than 25 million people stopped receiving the extra $ 600 of unemployment benefits 18.9 percent was the worst unemployment rate recorded by Latino workers in the month of April. Photo: Mario Tama / . More than 25 million Americans have lost their unemployment benefits since this weekend and as congressional legislators work to draft an upcoming stimulus bill as coronavirus patient cases resurface across the country. Economists have warned that the lack of $ 600 in unemployment insurance benefits could spark a new wave of layoffs across the country. These are 10 figures that summarize the pain situation of the labor market in United States: 25.6 million This weekend the federal government’s unemployment benefits ended across the country. The Century Foundation organization estimated that until the first week of July about 25.6 million people stopped receiving the $ 600 weekly bonus. Four. Five% Unemployment benefits are estimated to have replaced around 45% of a worker’s salary according to an estimate by the United States Department of Labor. $ 600...
    Wednesday was a day of more macabre milestones in California. Counties around the state reported more deaths than any previous day of the COVID-19 pandemic, according to data compiled by this news organization: 155, pushing the cumulative death toll north of 8,000 and the seven-day average over 96 per day. That afternoon, the state surpassed New York for the country’s highest case count, rising to 418,964 with another 12,122 positive tests Tuesday — the second-most in a single day. And on the same day, San Francisco’s top health official warned that New York City’s experience this spring could just as easily be SF by early fall. About 3,000 miles and the entirety of the continental U.S. separates San Francisco and New York City, and the two cities have taken similarly divergent paths in their battles with the COVID-19 pandemic. Dr. Grant Colfax, San Francisco’s director of public health, said it was a “critical time for all of us” amid a surge that has risen hospitalizations and the average number of daily cases to new highs in the city. Still, the...
    Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis posted a clip to Twitter on Monday of a top doctor in the state explaining during an interview on CNN how the coronavirus outbreak in the Sunshine State is different than the epidemic that hit New York. Dr. Charles Lockwood, Senior Vice President Of USF Health, told CNN’s John King that the situation in the state is complicated. “We have had a 5 now 5.4-fold increase in cases since June 10th. We have had about 3-fold increases in hospitalizations and about 2.5-fold increases in deaths,” said Lockwood. “Each death is terrible, but it is a different epidemic than hit New York,” he underscored. “We have a much younger population being diagnosed and we’re much better prepared. Obviously, we have had three months to prepare, so we do have a lot of surge capacity. When you get those numbers of the ICU they don’t really reflect all the emergency ICU capacity that hospitals have created.” “For example, Tampa General has 87 additional ventilators available which we haven’t begun to use yet. But the most striking thing is...
    SAN ANTONIO – The city of San Antonio, and the entire state of Texas, are seeing a significant surge in COVID-19 cases and hospital numbers, especially over the weekend. On Saturday, Bexar County sent an emergency alert to residents just minutes after the city reported 795 new COVID-19 cases, which was a daily high for San Antonio. Dr. Robert Leverence, of UT Health San Antonio, joined us on Leading SA to discuss what has lead to the significant increases in cases and hospitalizations. “This tells us that we’re still in the thick of things. It is a highly infectious virus. It still has the capacity to overwhelm our system and we truly can’t let up our efforts,” Dr. Leverence said. Although some may attribute the higher case numbers to the city’s increase in testing capacity, Dr. Leverence said that isn’t entirely to blame. “We’re seeing increased cases because of more testing, but on the other hand, this is a very real surge. We have, oh, I think, seven fold of the number of patients hospitalized for Covid-19 in our...
    Stephen A. Smith is one of the most important sports journalists in the United States | Ella Hovsepian / . Stephen A. Smith is again at the center of the controversy, this time for suggesting that the NBA should resume actions in New York, rather than Orlando. The renowned journalist claims that New York was the city hardest hit by the coronavirus pandemic, but at the same time it has controlled the situation in a great way, so it should be played there the rest of the 2019-2020 season. Stephen A. Smith made a bold suggestion. ? https: //t.co/mxFfEq81k6 – The Big Lead (@thebiglead) June 22, 2020 Smith gave his point of view on the delicate situation during the last broadcast of his First Take program, and regardless of whether it is a suggestion made by a journalist, we are talking about a renowned figure in the media, so surely his Words will reach Commissioner Adam Silver’s ears. Everything looks set for Florida basketball to be played in late July, although several top players are expected to be absent.
    Chris Monahan, who heads the NYPD Captains Endowment Association, is usually more circumspect than the leaders of the sergeants’ and patrolmen’s unions, so it’s notable that he just wrote his members about the impossible dilemma they’ve been placed in during the current disorders. His e-mail warned that if cops go “hands off” on looters and unruly protesters, “you will be assaulted by them.” But if they go “hands on,” then “you will be assaulted by our elected officials.” In short, the politicians “do not have your back and will use you as a political pawn!” He’s absolutely right. On the one hand, officials from the mayor on down don’t want mayhem. On the other hand, the politicians compete to lead the rush to blame cops if something goes wrong. Officers and commanders were told to enforce a curfew — and then be flexible about it. By Saturday night, apparently, they were being told not to enforce it all. Then the mayor canceled the last night of it. And when police do arrest someone, illegal protesters and even most looters are released...
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