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    BOSTON (CBS) — Jayson Tatum has been putting up some incredible numbers this season. He’s racking up points, rebounds, assists — all the good stuff — for the Boston Celtics. Unfortunately he’s also been racking up technical fouls, and is toeing the line of being slapped with a one-game suspension. READ MORE: Robert Kraft Hopeful That Last Year's Underperforming Free Agents Can Step Up In 2022Tatum was assessed his 13th technical of the season in the first half of Monday night’s loss to the Miami Heat. He wasn’t happy with Jimmy Butler getting a call for basically falling over as Tatum defended him by the baseline and kept pleading his case to official Justin Van Duyne. His appeal/argument went on too long for Van Duyne’s liking, so he made the hand gesture that Tatum had seen a dozen times already this season. Boston head coach Ime Udoka had a message for his players at halftime, unhappy with how animated his players were to officials throughout the game. He promised to clean up that aspect of the game when he took...
    UEFA have been slated after botching today's Champions League last-16 draw. The European footballing body conducted their initial draw this morning... only to balls it up. 2Uefa bigwig Giorgio Marchetti oversaw the drawCredit: Getty Rather than own their gaffe, Uefa blamed it on an 'external service provider'. Announcing a re-draw on Twitter, they wrote: "Following a technical problem with the software of an external service provider that instructs the officials as to which teams are eligible to play each other, a material error occurred in the draw for the UEFA Champions League Round of 16. "As a result of this, the draw has been declared void and will be entirely redone at 15:00 CET." One fan joked in response: "I'm moving to the Super League. Adios." While another joked: "Why are Arsenal fans commenting on European Competitions?" A third quipped: "Software? Literally just a dude manually putting out the balls." Most read in Premier LeagueGUNNERS LATEST Smith Rowe injury update, Wijnaldum shock interest, Southampton reactionUNITED NEWS Covid-19 outbreak EXCLUSIVE as Brentford game at risk of postponementWSL ROUND-UP Arsenal go four...
    By ALEXANDRA JAFFE JOINT BASE ANDREWS, Md. (AP) — A technical problem that involved “no immediate safety issue” forced Vice President Kamala Harris’ plane to return to Joint Base Andrews in Maryland about 30 minutes after she had left Sunday on a trip to Guatemala and Mexico. Air Force Two landed safely and she gave a thumbs-up when she got off. “I’m good, I’m good. We all said a little prayer, but we’re good,” she said. The vice president departed in another plane about an hour and a half later. Her spokesperson, Symone Sanders, told reporters traveling with Harris that shortly after takeoff the crew of the original aircraft noticed that the landing gear was not storing as it should, which could have led to further mechanical issues. “While there as no immediate safety issue, out of an abundance of caution they returned to JBA where they have all the parts and mechanics they need to fix the issue,” she said.
    Iranian state media reported this week that two military pilots were killed when a fighter plane suffered a “technical fault” on the runway in southwestern Iran. According to Iranian media, the incident involved the Iranian version of U.S. aerospace corporation Northrop’s F-5 fighter. The F-5 design dates back to the 1960s and is used primarily as an “aggressor aircraft” in training sessions by the U.S. Navy and Marines.  Iran acquired a number of F-5s when it received American support prior to the 1979 Islamic Revolution.  The Iranians have since rolled out several “indigenous” designs based heavily on the F-5, including a two-seater variant called the Saeqeh introduced in 2015 that could fit the description of the plane involved in Tuesday’s incident. Iran claims it can produce and service these jets entirely on its own, but outside military experts seriously question those boasts. Few details of the deadly “technical problem” were provided by Iranian sources. The incident reportedly occurred at a military airbase in the city of Dezful, about 270 miles from Iran and close to the Iraqi border. The slain...
    Daniel Kaluuya in 2020. Samir Hussein/WireImage The 2021 Golden Globes got off to an awkward start after Daniel Kaluuya was muted during his speech. Kaluuya won for best supporting actor in a film, but the first moments of his speech were inaudible. Presenter Laura Dern blamed a "bad connection," but Kaluuya was able to finish accepting his award. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. The 78th annual Golden Globes encountered a significant "technical problem" during the first few moments of the show — causing winner Daniel Kaluuya's audio to be muted during his acceptance speech. The British actor, who was "attending" the awards show virtually like many of the evening's nominees, won the night's first award (best supporting actor in a drama film) for his role in "Judas and the Black Messiah." But when Kaluuya attempted to give his acceptance speech, the audio on his video was inaudible.  After a few awkward moments, presenter Laura Dern told viewers, "As you can see, we unfortunately have a bad connection." "We apologize for that technical problem and send all...
    ARSENE WENGER reckons Liverpool lack midfield aggression with Thiago in the team. And the former Gunners boss reckons signing the 'technical' Spanish star has created a problem for Jurgen Klopp. 2Liverpool have lost midfield aggression by signing Thiago, Arsene Wenger reckonsCredit: Getty Images - Getty 2The former Gunners boss thinks Jurgen Klopp has a problem in midfieldCredit: Getty - Pool Thiago joined from Bayern Munich last summer and has endured a rocky start to Anfield life. He played just twice before Christmas due to injury and his return to fitness has coincided with an alarming slide for the Reds. Klopp's men have fallen from top of the Premier League at Christmas to sixth and out of the title race. Liverpool have also lost the likes of Fabinho and Jordan Henderson from midfield with the pair covering at centre-back. And, speaking on BeIN Sports' coverage of the Champions League, Wenger said the Reds have a problem in midfield. The ex-Arsenal boss said: "Thiago Alcantara, for me, shows a problem for a manager. "Liverpool were very hungry and aggressive in midfield, when...
    MIAMI (CBSMiami/NSF) — The Florida Department of Health said Monday that a private lab was not at fault for a problem Saturday that delayed the release of statistics about the COVID-19 pandemic. The department said Saturday that it had received about 400,000 previously reported test results from the Helix laboratory company and that it would need to “de-duplicate hundreds of thousands of results.” After months of releasing daily statistics about the pandemic, the department did not put out a report Saturday, before resuming Sunday. RELATED: Coronavirus Stats At-A-Glance: Florida Adds 1,533 Cases As South Florida Positivity Rate Trends Upward On Monday, however, the department released a statement clearing Helix of blame for the problems. It said Helix’s submission of test results was “significantly lower” than 400,000 and that a technical issue caused the data’s repeated replication. Download The New CBS4 News App Here “This was not the fault of Helix or the Department of Health,” Monday’s statement said. “We are working with technical experts to ensure this does not happen with subsequent data submissions.” (©2020 CBS Local...
    LONDON (Reuters) - British health minister Matt Hancock said on Monday a technical problem that stopped some positive test results from entering the contact tracing system was an ongoing incident but it had not hurt government's understanding of the coronavirus crisis. "This is an ongoing incident," Hancock said of the issue that was identified on Friday evening and resulted in 15,841 positive results not being included in the reporting of daily cases and not being transferred to the contact tracing system. "The chief medical officer has analysed that our assessment of the disease and its impact has not substantially changed as a result of these data." (Reporting by William James and Elizabeth Piper, editing by Andy Bruce) Copyright 2020 Thomson Reuters.
    SANTA CLARA COUNTY (CBS SF) — Statewide technical issues resulting in incomplete COVID-19 testing data have left Santa Clara County “back to feeling blind,” County Public Health Officer Dr. Sara Cody said in a news conference Wednesday. On Tuesday, Health and Human Services Secretary Dr. Mark Ghaly said California recently stopped receiving a full count of tests conducted, or positive results, through electronic lab reports due to an unresolved issue he did not describe. The state’s data page now carries a disclaimer saying the numbers “represent an underreporting of actual positive cases” per day.  Cody said the lack of data makes her feel like the county has regressed to what it was in February and March when there wasn’t enough testing and data to indicate the impacts of COVID-19. The county’s current cumulative case count is over 11,000, according to the county dashboard, but cases have been significantly underreported since mid-July because of the glitch Ghaly mentioned. “We don’t know how the epidemic is trending. We don’t know where it’s heading, how fast it’s growing,” Cody said. Though the case...
    NEW JERSEY -- The resumption of some in-person transactions at New Jersey's Motor Vehicle Commission offices will now be delayed until July 7 due to a problem with a new text message system that's intended to prevent overcrowding, officials announced Friday.However, student driver road tests will resume Monday as planned, and inspection stations will also reopen that day.MVC officials had planned to resume the in-person transactions on Monday as well, but an unspecified technical issue with the new texting system forced a delay. The system will allow customers to check in and then leave those offices until they get an alert to return and complete their transactions.Officials also announced that MVC agencies will be closed on Mondays during July so they can perform health and safety assessments of facilities following each week of expanded activity. Capacity in agencies has been cut by as much as two-thirds to allow for social distancing.Transactions that can be done online will not be available in person until further notice, officials said.MORE CORONAVIRUS COVID-19 COVERAGEabc7NY Phase Tracker: COVID-19 Help, Information. Stimulus and Business UpdatesUPDATES New...
    TRENTON, N.J. (AP) — The resumption of some in-person transactions at New Jersey's Motor Vehicle Commission offices will now be delayed until to July 7 due to a problem with a new text message system that's intended to prevent overcrowding, officials announced Friday. However, student driver road tests will resume Monday as planned, and inspection stations will also reopen that day. MVC officials had planned to resume the in-person transactions on Monday as well, but an unspecified technical issue with the new texting system forced a delay. The system will allow customers to check in and then leave those offices until they get an alert to return and complete their transactions. Officials also announced that MVC agencies will be closed on Mondays during July so they can perform health and safety assessments of facilities following each week of expanded activity. Capacity in agencies has been cut by as much as two-thirds to allow for social distancing. Transactions that can be done online will not be available in person until further notice, officials said. Copyright 2020 The Associated Press. All rights reserved....
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