Saturday, Nov 26, 2022 - 08:15:22
18 results - (0.019 seconds)

is headed back:

latest news at page 1:
1
    Lance Lynn pitched to several Chicago White Sox teammates before Tuesday’s game against the Boston Red Sox at Guaranteed Rate Field. In one instance, he shattered Eloy Jiménez’s bat. Manager Tony La Russa liked what he saw from the right-hander, who is recovering from right knee surgery to repair a torn tendon. “I was overruled by the general manager (Rick Hahn) and the trainer, but I thought he was ready to go five days from now,” La Russa joked. Lynn said he is in line to start this weekend — but it will be on a rehab assignment with Triple-A Charlotte. “It’s right on pace,” Lynn said Wednesday of the rehab process. “When you look at how everything goes, it’s all about how you can recover. Some days you are going to feel worse than others. It’s how you get through it and how you respond. The more I get on the mound, the better I feel, the more comfortable I feel. “Now it’s on to games this weekend it looks like. That’s the next step of intensity. I’m sure...
    Former Chicago Bears coach Matt Nagy is headed back to Kansas City and reuniting with Andy Reid. The Chiefs announced Friday afternoon that they hired Nagy as a senior assistant and quarterbacks coach under Reid. Nagy spent four seasons as the Bears head coach, posting a regular-season record of 34-31 and making two playoff appearances. He was named the NFL’s Coach of the Year following the 2018 season after going 12-4 and winning the NFC North. But Nagy’s inability to help the Bears build on that success and his struggles in sparking any kind of consistent production from his offense ultimately led to his dismissal. The Bears on Jan. 10 fired Nagy and general manager Ryan Pace after a 6-11 season. Pace landed a new job Thursday as a senior personnel executive for the Atlanta Falcons. Nagy followed Friday by agreeing to return to Kansas City, where he was an assistant under Reid from 2013-17. He will also reunite with Chiefs star quarterback Patrick Mahomes, who spent his rookie season working with Nagy, then...
    Feel the rhythm! Feel the rhyme! Get on up, it's bobsled time! The Jamaican Bobsled Team has qualified for this year's Winter Olympics. After an over two-decadelong absence, Jamaica will be represented by a four-man bobsled team, a two-man bobsled team, and a female monobob competitor at the 2022 Beijing Winter Olympics, according to a report. SEE IT: SNOW BLANKETS THE SAHARA DESERT IN 'STUNNING PATTERNS' It is the first time the island nation has qualified for three bobsleigh events, the report noted. Team Jamaica marked its qualification by quoting the 1993 Disney movie Cool Runnings. "It will be fire on ice," the team posted to Twitter. BREAKING:JAMAICA, WE HAVE A BOBSLED TEAM HEADING TO BEIJING! ????It will be fire on ice as #TeamJamaica ???????? secured their spot at the 2022 Beijing #WinterOlympics. This will be the 1st time JAM has qualified in 3 Olympic bobsled events: four-man, two-man and women’s monobob pic.twitter.com/hRd5h7lDlG— Team Jamaica (@TeamJA876) January 17, 2022 The movie is inspired by Team Jamaica's 1988 Olympic debut. "Jamaica,...
    Former NFL running back Jerome Bettis, also known as the "Bus," is going back to the University of Notre Dame. The Super Bowl champion made the announcement Monday from the snow-covered campus of Notre Dame in a video posted to Twitter. "I have always told my kids that whatever you start, you finish. Today I started my final semester at the University of @NotreDame. I knew when I left 27 years ago to go to the @NFL that I would be back one day. It's never too late to pursue your dreams and further your education," Bettis said. WATCH: JOE ROGAN RIPS HARRIS FOR COMPARING JAN. 6 TO PEARL HARBOR AND 9/11 The star running back left Notre Dame before his senior year and played 27 years in the NFL for the Los Angeles / Saint Louis Rams and the Pittsburgh Steelers. I have always told my kids that whatever you start, you finish. Today I started my final semester at the University of @NotreDame. I knew when I left 27 years ago to...
    Chris Rodriguez In what feels like a quest to play every size venue in Tampa Bay, Joe Biden hating nü-metal-turned-country-crooning songwriter Aaron Lewis is headed back to Tampa next year. Tickets to see Aaron Lewis play Seminole Hard Rock Tampa Event Center in Tampa, Florida on Thursday, March 3, 2022 go on sale Friday, Nov. 12 at 10 a.m. EST, but an artist Wednesday, Nov. 10 at 10 a.m. EST. Surprisingly, the presale code is “VIBE” and not “LOCKHERUP.” Over the last few years, the 49-year-old Staind frontman has come under fire for telling a Texas audience, “I don't know how to speak Spanish. I'm American." Just last month, he went on a rant about the takedown of Confederate statues. And despite once fucking up the lyrics to the "Star-Spangled Banner," Lewis also thinks Hillary should be in prison. Lewis is a frequent visitor to the east coast insurrectionist capital of America however, having played Dallas Bull, Tampa Theatre and Ruth Eckerd Hall within the last five years. It’s been awhile since Lewis’ last show in Tampa Bay, but for some...
    William Shatner, who brought to life Capt. James Kirk in the Star Trek franchise, will head to space aboard Blue Origin's New Shepard NS-18, according to a statement from Jeff Bezos's company. Shatner, 90, will lift off on Oct. 12, accompanied by Audrey Powers, Blue Origin's vice president of mission and flight operations, and crewmates Chris Boshuizen and Glen de Vries, the company said. "I've heard about space for a long time now," Shatner said. "I'm taking the opportunity to see it for myself. What a miracle." JEFF BEZOS'S BLUE ORIGIN PUSHES BACK AMID ALLEGATIONS OF FOSTERING A SEXIST WORKPLACE The New Shepard NS-18 is expected to launch around 8:30 a.m. CDT from Blue Origin's Launch Site One in Texas , according to a company statement. CLICK HERE TO READ MORE FROM THE WASHINGTON EXAMINER The trip will demand 11 minutes and go beyond the Karman Line, the internationally recognized border of space, according to Blue Origin. News Space Jeff Bezos Star Trek Texas
    The socialite accused of 'accidentally' shooting dead a top Belizean police officer is headed back to prison after a former associate decided he was no longer willing to cover her bail money, DailyMail.com can reveal. Frank Habet wrote to the country's Supreme Court saying he was worried he would lose his 60,000 Belizean dollars ($30,000) if Jasmine Hartin did not show up for trial in the killing of Superintendent Henry Jemmott. Habet said he decided to pull the plug after the accused mother-of-two was turned back by security Tuesday when she tried to access her family apartment at the Grand Colony resort to see her young twins. DailyMail.com published videos of Hartin, 32, chasing her partner Andrew Ashcroft, the son of Britain's Lord Ashcroft, into the neighboring Alaia Belize hotel, which the couple ran together before their lives were upended by the Jemmott shooting Jasmine Hartin is taken into custody after a former associate has decided he'll no longer cover her bail Hartin took the videos on her own cell phone and could be heard repeatedly asking...
    As vaccination efforts pick up, companies and states are struggling to chart the new normal. And as many Fortune 500 companies and their employees are finding out, the old normal might not be coming back. Microsoft employees will have the option to return to their Washington offices starting next week. Deere's first phase to return in-person to offices will begin in early April — but factory workers have been reporting in for months. For about 200,000 Wells Fargo employees working remotely, the shift won't begin until at least May. At Amazon, employees working from home will head in no earlier than July. Google, Kraft Heinz and American Express are eyeing September. Starbucks headquarters is looking at October. And even as companies eye guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention about safely returning, many employees never want to head back to the office. A survey by the Society for Human Resource Management found 52% of Americans would choose to work from home permanently given the option. Two-thirds of those who want to work permanently at home, said they would...
    AvatarSource: Walt Disney Studios It seems "Avatar" will be heading back to Chinese theaters this weekend, according to a report from The Hollywood Reporter. Originally part of the rereleases preapproved by China's Film Bureau in 2020, the 2009 sci-fi epic remained in Disney's vault during the ongoing pandemic. While China has been able to regain some ticket sales in recent months, its rollout of new blockbuster features has slowed in the wake of its Chinese New Year celebrations. Adding "Avatar" to its theaters can help drum up attendance and give operators a much needed boost. The rerelease also gives Disney a bump. Not only will it receive some box office receipts, it also puts "Avatar" back in the running for highest-grossing film of all time. Representatives for Disney did not immediately respond to CNBC's request for comment. In 2019, Disney finalized its deal to acquire entertainment assets from 20th Century Fox, including James Cameron's "Avatar," and released "Avengers: Endgame." "Endgame" ultimately surpassed "Avatar" for the crown, garnering nearly $2.8 billion at the global box office. Heading into this weekend,...
    The rumor mill has been rife with speculation surrounding the future of Ben Roethlisberger with the Pittsburgh Steelers. The quarterback on the wrong-side of 30 showed signs of age finally catching up to him over the course of the 2020 season. Starting off the season with a perfect 11-0 record, the Steelers quickly collapsed once teams figured out their short pass game. Their lack of a running game meant that more pressure fell on Roethlisberger to make the big plays. Something that ultimately ended up being too much to handle for Big Ben as the Steelers crashed out in the Wild Card Round of the NFL Playoffs. Since then, many felt that Roethlisberger had played his last snap for the franchise that drafted him back in 2004. But going by recent developments, Ben Roethlisberger is set to stay under center in Pittsburgh for 2021. Ben Roethlisberger set to stay with the Steelers According to NFL reporter Aditi Kinkhabwala, Roethlisberger’s agent, Ryan Tollner, claimed that the quarterback is set to stay with the franchise for at least one more season after...
    THIS Is Us has become a global phenomenon thanks to it's incredible storyline that takes the audience on an emotional rollercoaster every week. Season 5 may have kicked off back in October 2020, but fans are often left wondering when the next episode will be on. 3This Is Us is back on Amazon Prime VideoCredit: NBC How to watch This is Us season 5? This Is Us is airing weekly from now on, after a break in November 2020 and January 2021. You can watch the show on Amazon Prime Video now. The streaming site will continue to release new episodes from season 5 every Thursday - with episode 8 dropping today (February 18, 2021) You can also catch the show in the US every Tuesday on NBC at 9pm ET. 3Kevin and Randall are not good with each other in season 5Credit: NBC What has happened in This is Us season 5 so far? WARNING: Contains major spoilers from This Is Us season five - episodes 1 to 7. The show kicked off with the Big Three's 40th birthday and everyone headed...
    To protect taxpayer dollars, the Education Dept. is disproportionately auditing Black and Latino college students Are share-trading apps a safe way to play the markets? Despite shooting 61, is Jordan Spieth still headed for oblivion? Brandel Chamblee thinks so On Thursday morning, as the Waste Management Phoenix Open began in earnest, Golf Channel’s Brandel Chamblee was kind enough to sit for a Q&A on a wide-range of topics. We’ll post that soon, but it seems especially timely to post an excerpt of that discussion that focused on Jordan Spieth, the three-time major champion who has fallen on hard times. © Provided by Golfweek Golf Channel Phoenix Open When asked about Spieth, Chamblee said he was “headed for oblivion.” Strong words and worthy of further conversation after Jordan started doing things like the Jordan of old. Here’s the initial conversation before Spieth shot 67-67-61. GW: Which former World No. 1 gets back into the winner’s circle first: Justin Rose, Jason Day, or Jordan Spieth? BC: That’s a good question. I don’t mean any ill will towards Justin Rose and...
    The stay-at-home trade has returned to Wall Street despite the U.S. launching its Covid-19 vaccination campaign, revealing some insight into how investors gauge the economic bounce back in the near term, CNBC's Jim Cramer said Monday. "The recovery stocks are handing the baton back to the lockdown winners because lockdown is where we're headed," the "Mad Money" host said, bemoaning ever-increasing coronavirus transmissions and hospitalizations across the country. "Nobody wants to shut down the economy … even partially, but with infections exploding, hospitals overwhelmed and a horrifying death toll, even the Covid doubters who think that it was just a hoax are starting to take the virus seriously." Health officials on Monday began administering Covid-19 shots developed by Pfizer and BioNTech, marking a big step in global efforts to contain the spread of the deadly disease, but the moment was not enough to keep the reopening trade going during the trading day. As U.S. Covid-19 deaths topped 300,000 and worries about a highly contagious winter continue, investors weighed the likelihood of economic shutdowns. New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio...
    Hong Kong (CNN Business)Asia's biggest economies have managed to escape prolonged fallout from the coronavirus pandemic. Now they just have to make sure rising cases in the rest of the world don't put their recoveries in jeopardy.Japan reported Monday that its economy expanded 5% in the July-to-September quarter, allowing it to emerge from recession. That translated to an annual rate of expansion of 21.4%, the fastest pace on record for the world's third largest economy. Hours after Japan's announcement, China released data showing that its recovery is also continuing to pick up steam. Industrial production in the world's second-largest economy rose nearly 7% last month, beating estimates from economists polled by Refinitiv. Retail sales rose by slightly more than 4% — the fastest pace this year. Chinas economic recovery gains even more momentumThe promising news out of Asia stands in sharp contrast to the West, where many nations are grappling with a resurgence of Covid-19 and have been forced to once again impose restrictions in an attempt to bring their outbreaks under control. Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell reiterated...
    Copyright 2020 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed. Tags: Associated Press, elections, California
    President Trump expected to name Amy Coney Barrett the Supreme Court pick as he sows fears of election chaos Motorcycling: Morbidelli snatches maiden pole as Yamaha dominate in Barcelona Saturday Night Live is headed back to Studio 8H for season 46. Heres what you need to know. © Provided by INSIDER "Saturday Night Live" airs on NBC. NBC NBC's "Saturday Night Live" will kick off its 46th season by filming at Rockefeller Center's Studio 8H on October 3, the network announced on September 10.  Production on season 45 was halted in March due to the coronavirus pandemic, leading the "SNL" cast and crew to pull together three episodes remotely.  The entire cast is set to return for season 46, along with the addition of three new featured players.  Here's everything you need to know about the return of "SNL." Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. After season 45 of "Saturday Night Live" was interrupted by the coronavirus pandemic in mid-March, the cast and crew scattered across the country to quarantine. Instead of appearing together on the iconic...
    On Wednesday morning, the D.C. Court of Appeals produced an unexpected ruling in the case of former national security adviser Michael Flynn that completely ignored both the appeal filed by Flynn and the arguments in the case. Instead, two members of the three-judge panel voted to order District Court Judge Emmett Sullivan to accept the Department of Justice’s (DOJ) attempt to withdraw from the case, and simply dismiss the charges against Flynn. That ruling, written by Trump-appointed Judge Neomi Rao, appeared to come out of nowhere to end Flynn’s case after months of wrangling—and it seemed completely at odds with even Rao’s own statements during hearings. But no matter how many champagne corks popped on the right, the case is not over. Because on Wednesday evening, Judge Sullivan did not follow the order to dismiss the Flynn case. Instead, Sullivan issued a stay of the proceedings. It seems likely that now Sullivan will file a petition that the entire appeals court rehear the case en banc. The outcome of that hearing genuinely will decide whether or not Michael Flynn ever sees the consequences...
1