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    NASA's latest mission to the moon, Artemis 1, has been delayed for the third time. The administration announced Saturday that a hurricane is likely to interfere with its planned Tuesday launch from its Kennedy Space Center in Florida. By Monday, Tropical Storm Ian will have become a hurricane, and it is expected to hit Florida's coast by Thursday, according to the National Weather Service. Officials with NASA will decide Sunday whether the storm will be significant enough to call for Artemis 1's 322-foot rocket to be taken off the launch pad and into a hangar. SEE IT: BRIDGESTONE REINVENTS TIRE FOR NASA'S MOON MISSION The NASA moon rocket stands on Pad 39B before the Artemis 1 mission to orbit the moon at the Kennedy Space Center, Friday, Sept. 2, 2022, in Cape Canaveral, Fla. (AP Photo/Brynn Anderson) Ian is expected to bring heavy rainfall, hurricane winds, flash flooding, and mudslides across Jamaica, Cuba, and Florida. Hurricane season tends to begin in June and fade out at the end of November. "While it is...
    Boston Celtics head coach Ime Udoka is reportedly facing a potential season-long suspension over an improper, consensual affair with a female member of the team's staff.  Udoka is married to actress Nia Long, who gave birth to the couple's son in 2015.  Long and Udoka were 'believed to have been separated prior to current issue,' according to Bally Sports' Brandon Robinson.    ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski, who first reported the looming suspension, writes that Udoka's job is not in jeopardy. However, the team considers the relationship to be a violation, and a decision on the length of the ban could come Thursday.  The Athletic's Shams Charania first reported that Udoka had 'an improper intimate and consensual relationship' with a female member of the team staff. ESPN has since confirmed that reporting.  Team spokespeople did not immediately respond to DailyMail.com's request for comment. The Boston Globe's Adam Himmelsbach has confirmed that Udoka is facing a suspension for a violation of team rules, although his sources did not reveal the specific violation.  Boston Celtics head coach Ime Udoka could be facing a potential suspension days before the start...
    Getty The Rams before their September 18, 2022 contest. When you’re a decorated cornerback, you’ll appeal to the Los Angeles Rams. Aqib Talib made his way over via trade after five consecutive Pro Bowl appearances. Marcus Peters was a two-time Pro Bowler before getting dealt away to the Rams. Of course, the Rams pulled off their most blockbuster move in 2019 by snatching Jalen Ramsey who came off of two Pro Bowl nods and was in his prime. Turns out, there was one more cornerback with Pro Bowls in tow who had listed the Rams as one of his four destinations had he continued to play.The 3-Time Pro Bowler Who Could’ve Been a Ram Per ESPN senior NFL reporter and insider Jeremy Fowler on the morning of Wednesday, September 21, the retired Joe Haden listed the Super Bowl champs as a potential landing spot. “In the offseason, Joe Haden had intentions of playing a 13th NFL season, with Cardinals, Rams, Dolphins and Raiders among teams that showed interest,” Fowler tweeted. However, “A deal didn’t come together....
    New York (CNN Business)Peloton formally unveiled its high-priced new rowing machine Tuesday. But the company is still facing rough currents as it struggles to find its way into more friendly stock market waters.Shares of Peloton (PTON) are down a staggering 70% this year. Co-founders John Foley and Hisao Kushi announced last week they were leaving the company. That news comes just seven months after Foley stepped down as CEO, and Peloton brought in former Spotify (SPOT) and Netflix (NFLX) chief financial officer Barry McCarthy to lead the company.Peloton also announced job cuts at the time of McCarthy's hiring and revealed more layoffs in August. It's clear that the restructuring is not working yet. And a new $3,195 rower may not solve the company's problems. Peloton had another dismal quarterPeloton is one of several pandemic era winners that are now finding it difficult to keep the boom times going. Zoom (ZM) is in a similar situation. People are no longer stuck at home. So maybe it's time for Peloton to sell out to a larger company in the sports/athletic sector? Peloton...
    Getty Kyle Shanahan on September 18, 2022. “Monday morning quarterbacking” now involves wondering what the San Francisco 49ers will do about their sudden lack of quarterback depth. The 49ers became one less a QB following the devastating Trey Lance injury, as he sustained a broken ankle early in the team’s 27-7 home win over the Seattle Seahawks in Week 2. Per the NFL Network’s Tom Pelissero on Monday, September 19, Lance was scheduled to undergo surgery for his fractured and dislocated ankle. Pelissero mentioned a “small bit of good news” involving Lance. “My understanding is not a compound fracture like Dak Prescott’s,” Pelissero tweeted. “But still a season-ending injury.” Again, the 49ers find themselves in the precarious position of addressing their QB room as they’re now left with Jimmy Garoppolo and 2022 seventh rounder Brock Purdy. Nate Sudfeld drifted off to the Detroit Lions right before the start of the 2022 season. There are names like Ex-49ers QB Colin Kaepernick and former NFL Most Valuable Player Cam Newton floating around as ideas. But now, Doug Kyed...
    FIFA 23 is almost upon us, and many fans want to prepare themselves by picking the perfect player for Career Mode. While some players start out strong, they are already far into their career with not much room for improvement. 10Some FIFA 23 players have more potential than others.Credit: EA Sports For the perfect mix of highly-rated players that will still improve as the game goes on, these are the perfect professionals to choose. Here’s our list of the players with the most potential in FIFA 23’s Career Mode: 10. Jude Bellingham - 91 10Bellingham is one of England's upcoming stars.Credit: Rex At just 19 years old, English player Jude Bellingham has a long and successful career ahead of him. Currently playing for Borussia Dortmund, he’s been part of the English national side since he was 17. More in FIFA 23FIFA FOUND All the rankings for Premier League players in FIFA 23 BEFORE it’s launchedMOVING ON UP FIFA 23's most improved players might surprise you One of the strongest midfielders in the game, Bellingham began his career with Birmingham City’s...
    New York Mets' billionaire owner - and lifelong fan - Steve Cohen will consider 'torturing the Yankees' by bidding for Aaron Judge, even if just to drive the price up, it has been claimed. Cohen has been an owner of his hometown team since 2012, first as a minority and since taking full charge at the end of 2020, and is currently the richest owner in MLB. Given his incredible wealth, FOX Sports and The Athletic baseball reporter Ken Rosenthal believes Cohen will be a 'classic Mets fan' and try to get one over on the Yankees in the offseason by trying to lure Judge across New York. Aaron Judge is enjoying an historic season but he will become a free agent at the end of it The Yankees slugger turned down a seven-year, $213.5m contract offer to stay in the Bronx Could Steve Cohen and the Mets make a play for Aaron [email protected]_Rosenthal has more on this: pic.twitter.com/SSshBc0kJE— FOX Sports: MLB (@MLBONFOX) September 16, 2022 The Yankees superstar is heading into free agency after opting to bet on himself,...
    When the Chicago Bears left the field at halftime of Sunday’s season opener against the San Francisco 49ers down 7-0, the offensive coaches and players didn’t have a lot of positive stats to discuss on the rainy day. The Bears didn’t reach 49ers territory until there were 2 minutes, 17 seconds left in the second quarter and even on that drive failed to get points because of an odd towel penalty on a field-goal attempt. Bears quarterback Justin Fields had completed 3 of 9 passes for 19 yards with an interception and a 2.8 passer rating. The Bears had 68 net offensive yards, and no wide receiver or tight end had a catch. Yet as the Bears regrouped in the locker room for what would become a 19-point second half in a comeback win, Fields saw body language from offensive coordinator Luke Getsy that “brought everybody (to) their feet.” Getsy was smiling. “It’s confident,” Fields said Wednesday. “That’s one thing that I take from him, he’s a very confident guy. He gives the rest of the guys confidence. I didn’t...
    Craig Thompson has been commissioner of the Mountain West Conference longer than there has been a Mountain West Conference. He accepted the job on Oct. 15, 1998, three months before the conference began operations on Jan. 4, 1999. It was so long ago that at the time, Brigham Young, TCU and Utah were all a decade away from departing. On Wednesday, Thompson announced he would step down at the end of the year. Our view: The move has much less to do with realignment threats than with Thompson seeing his vision of an expanded playoff come to fruition — he was an architect of the 12-team model — and with the massive change coming to college athletics in the form of NCAA restructuring and revenue sharing with the athletes. This is the time to leave, unless you plan to stay through the tumult. All those issues will be priorities for Thompson’s replacement. Before we delve into potential candidates, some context on the list below: — For all the talk about realignment, and specifically about the Pac-12 poaching one or more...
    In this article MRK PANW SBUX watch nowVIDEO1:4501:45News Update – Pre-MarketsNews BriefingCheck out the companies making headlines in premarket trading Wednesday. Starbucks – Shares of Starbucks gained nearly 1% after the company boosted its long-term forecast and said it expects double-digit growth for revenue and earnings per share over the next three years. Palo Alto Networks – Cybersecurity company Palo Alto Networks rose slightly following a three-for-one stock split, which took place on Tuesday. In addition, CEO Nikesh Arora told CNBC that the company is not seeing the same macro impact slowdown on cybersecurity that other sectors are experiencing. Nucor —Nucor fell 5% after the steel producer issued disappointing third-quarter earnings guidance. The company expects earnings per share to range between $6.30 and $6.40, well below a StreetAccount forecast of $7.56. "We expect the steel mills segment earnings to be considerably lower in the third quarter of 2022 as compared to the second quarter of 2022, due to metal margin contraction and reduced shipping volumes," Nucor said. Nikola — Nikola shares rose slightly after BTIG upgraded the EV maker...
    Altering the U.S. Constitution in any way is always an uphill climb. For many years, liberal and progressive critics of the Electoral College have been calling for it to be abolished — only to be reminded by other liberals and progressives that doing so would mean changing the Constitution. Meanwhile, on the far right, some MAGA Republicans have been calling for a full-fledged constitutional convention. That idea is by no means universally loved among conservatives. But in an article published by The Bulwark on September 12, author James M. Banner Jr. emphasizes that such a convention is not outside the realm of possibility if enough GOP-dominated state legislatures sign on. “Radical conservative activists are working with Republican state legislators to trigger an extraordinary special convention to rewrite the Constitution of the United States,” Banner warns. “The possibility of it actually happening is real enough that everyone needs to pay attention — fast.” READ MORE: ‘Clear and present threat to democracy’: GOP ex-defense secretary wants Donald Trump prosecuted Banner notes that outspoken opponents of such a convention can be found...
    When Chicago Bears President and CEO Ted Phillips announced last week he will retire at the end of the 2022 season, it created more change for a franchise that already is eyeing a lot of it. In the middle of the Bears’ exploration of building a new stadium and entertainment complex in Arlington Heights, the team also is searching for a new president. Bears Chairman George McCaskey and Phillips sat down Friday with the Tribune and a reporter from the Chicago Sun-Times to address some of the many questions that come with such a search. Here are some of their answers on what the Bears are looking for in the next president, how the Arlington project will be handled as Phillips prepares to depart, how Phillips reflects on his tenure and more. The interview was edited for length and clarity. The search for a new president How far are you in the search process for a new president? Who’s involved and what will it entail? George McCaskey: We’ve had plenty of discussions. We’ve got the search firm on board. The...
    When Chicago Bears President and CEO Ted Phillips announced last week he will retire at the end of the 2022 season, it created more change for a franchise that already is eyeing a lot of it. In the middle of the Bears’ exploration of building a new stadium and entertainment complex in Arlington Heights, the team also is searching for a new president. Bears Chairman George McCaskey and Phillips sat down Friday with the Tribune and a reporter from the Chicago Sun-Times to address some of the many questions that come with such a search. Here are some of their answers on what the Bears are looking for in the next president, how the Arlington project will be handled as Phillips prepares to depart, how Phillips reflects on his tenure and more. The interview was edited for length and clarity. The search for a new president How far are you in the search process for a new president? Who’s involved and what will it entail? George McCaskey: We’ve had plenty of discussions. We’ve got the search firm on board. The...
    When Chicago Bears President and CEO Ted Phillips announced last week he will retire at the end of the 2022 season, it created more change for a franchise that already is eyeing a lot of it. In the middle of the Bears’ exploration of building a new stadium and entertainment complex in Arlington Heights, the team also is searching for a new president. Bears Chairman George McCaskey and Phillips sat down Friday with the Tribune and a reporter from the Chicago Sun-Times to address some of the many questions that come with such a search. Here are some of their answers on what the Bears are looking for in the next president, how the Arlington project will be handled as Phillips prepares to depart, how Phillips reflects on his tenure and more. The interview was edited for length and clarity. The search for a new president How far are you in the search process for a new president? Who’s involved and what will it entail? George McCaskey: We’ve had plenty of discussions. We’ve got the search firm on board. The...
    Frances Tiafoe is on track to become the next Andy Roddick, or the next American man to win the US Open since 2003. Here’s more on the ascending American tennis star. “Frances Tiafoe — he’s always full of energy. It’s always great to see him. You’d like to see him under the lights. He has the kind of personality that lends itself to dramatic night tennis at the US Open, so you hope he gets that opportunity.” Andy Roddick spoke glowingly of Tiafoe ahead of his 2022 US Open run, and Roddick couldn’t have been more accurate. Of the several American men Roddick mentioned when asked who the next major champion could be, Tiafoe is the one who has made it all the way to the quarterfinals. With Coco Gauff and Serena Williams out of the tournament, it is Tiafoe who could now bring home the next title for the United States. As Roddick expected, Tiafoe did stun under the bright lights and gave us a dramatic night match when he bested Rafael Nadal in the fourth round of their...
    Switzerland is considering jailing anyone who heats their rooms above 19C for up to three years if the country is forced to ration gas due to the Ukraine war.   The country could also give fines to those who violate the proposed new regulations. Speaking to Blick, Markus Sporndli, who is a spokesman for the Federal Department of Finance, explained that the rate for fines on a daily basis could start at 30 Swiss Francs (£26). He added that the maximum fine could be up to 3,000 Swiss Francs (£2,667).  And companies who deliberately go over their gas quotas could face punishment. Additionally, according to the potential measures, temperatures in gas-heated buildings can be no more than 19C (66.2F), with water heated up to 60C (140F). Blick also reported that radiant heaters would not be allowed and saunas and swimming pools would have to stay cold.    Additionally, according to the potential measures, temperatures in gas-heated buildings can be no more than 19C (66.2F), with water heated up to 60C (140F) (stock image) The measures are stated in the Federal Law on National Economic...
    IF you're struggling to choose an outfit for a special occasion, it's usually a good idea to speak to a friend for advice. But in Sabrina Carder's case, she chose to turn to her 87-year-old grandfather - affectionately known as 'Pap' - to try and narrow down an ensemble for a friend's wedding. 6Sabrina Carder turned to her grandfather for advice on which outfit she should wear to a friend's weddingCredit: TikTok/@sabrinacarder 6This one was a firm no from Sabrina's 'Pap'Credit: TikTok/@sabrinacarder 6He put his glasses on halfway through the video to ensure he was giving it his full attentionCredit: TikTok/@sabrinacarder 6The 87-year-old also didn't think much of this black and floral numberCredit: TikTok/@sabrinacarder "My 87-year-old grandpa rates my wedding guest dress options," she wrote over her video on TikTok. First, they began with a green and white floral number, with her grandfather saying: "Oh no". "Not that one?" Sabrina asked, to which Pap said, "No". Next, she showed him a picture of herself wearing a long-sleeved bottle green number, with him declaring it was a...
    Maryland’s Frances Tiafoe had a night to remember at the US Open, taking down a tennis legend and sending himself sprinting into the quarterfinals of the tournament. Tiafoe, a 24-year-old Hyattsville native out of Prince George's County, took down future Hall of Famer Rafael Nadal, the number two seed, in the fourth round at Arthur Ashe Stadium in Queens, much to the shock and delight of many. The underdog (22nd seed) topped the legend 6-4, 4-6, 6-4, 6-3 to snap Nadal's 22-match Grand Slam winning streak and puts him one step closer to a potential first major championship. Tiafoe’s unexpected victory drew the attention of the world, with everyone from Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan to NBA star LeBron James commenting on the win after he took down Nadal. “CONGRATS Young King!!! You earned it!” the NBA superstar posted on Twitter with a video of Tiafoe’s triumphant moment. “KEEP GOING!!!!!” ESPN journalist Cari Champion noted that Tiafoe's emergence comes as all-time great Serena Williams effectively retired at the US Open. Lebron wasn't the only NBA star celebrating, with Philadelphia...
    Judge Aileen Cannon’s granting of former President Donald Trump’s request for a special master to oversee review of documents seized from Mar-A-Lago and her stopping the Justice Department from further review of those documents sets a dangerous legal precedent that could potentially derail not just criminal investigation of Trump’s actions but future criminal investigations of every ilk. To start, Judge Cannon’s opinion is deeply flawed, resting as it does on a number of ill-founded assumptions. Among them is the idea that Trump continues to retain a possessory interest in his documents, despite the fact that the Presidential Records Act “changed the “legal ownership of the official records of the President from private to public”—meaning they are not Trump’s personal property. Even Cannon’s authority to hear the matter is questionable since 44 U.S. Code Section 2204 (“Restrictions on access to Presidential records”) states that only the federal court in Washington, D.C., can hear any action by a former president asserting violation of rights or privileges concerning presidential records. Cannon—a Trump appointed judge and long-standing member of the Federalist Society—mostly seems...
    Residents are being told to avoid the Merrimack River for 48 hours after potential wastewater was released into the water, authorities said. The Andover Health Division said "untreated or partially" wastewater from the Lowell Wastewater Treatment Facility leaked into the Merrimack between 3:20 a.m. and 6:18 p.m. on Monday, Sept. 5, the division said on Facebook.  As a response, people should stay away from the river and its surrounding areas for at least 48 hours to avoid potential health risks.  The Merrimack Runs for 117 miles through several New Hampshire and Massachusetts cities including Lawrence, Lowell, Haverhill and Newburyport. 
    U.S. Courts Aileen Cannon. Judge Aileen Cannon said she had been a member of the Federalist Society since 2005 in her application for the position. The Federalist Society is a group of conservative judges. Cannon’s bias has been called into question as she was thrust into the spotlight in hearings on the investigation into former President Donald Trump and documents found at his Mar-a-Lago estate. Cannon ordered a halt on the Department of Justice review of evidence seized from the estate on Monday, September 5, 2022, citing a possible threat caused by potential media leaks in the case. Read the full order here. “Plaintiff faces an unquantifiable potential harm by way of improper disclosure of sensitive information to the public,” Cannon wrote in the 24-page ruling. Here’s what you need to know:Cannon Was Appointed By Trump in 2020 & Is a Federalist Society MemberCannon wrote in her 24-page application to the U.S. Senate Committee on the Judiciary to apply for her role as U.S District Court Judge in southern Florida that she became a member of the Federalist...
    Jon Elswick/AP Fight disinformation: Sign up for the free Mother Jones Daily newsletter and follow the news that matters.Intermingled with top secret, secret, and confidential documents that federal agents seized from former president Donald Trump’s Mar-a-Lago estate last month were more than three dozen empty folders marked “classified,” according to a court filing unsealed today. Still more empty folders were labeled “return to staff secretary/military aide”—a reference to the White House official responsible for the flow of documents to the president. The disclosure of so many empty folders raises questions about whether the FBI recovered all the sensitive government documents it was seeking. According to the unsealed filing, agents found classified documents mixed in with news clippings, books, clothes, gifts, and hundreds of other government documents and photos without classification markings.  Trump’s attorneys are trying to convince a federal judge in West Palm Beach, Florida, to appoint a “special master” to decide whether any of the documents seized from Mar-a-Lago were subject to executive privilege or attorney-client privilege—even though FBI says its document screeners have already reviewed them. Meanwhile, the...
    China and the United States have identified overlapping possible landing sites at the moon's south pole as the rivals could end up competing for limited lunar resources in the coming years.  NASA earlier this month identified 13 potential landing sites for the Artemis 3 crewed mission that's currently scheduled for late 2025 and will be the first time Americans set foot on the lunar surface in a half century. In a Chinese journal article on possible landing sites authored by Chang'e-4 lunar mission commander Zhang He and others, 10 spots are mentioned.  Scroll down for video  China and the United States have identified overlapping possible landing sites (areas circled in red above) at the moon's south pole as the rivals could end up competing for limited lunar resources in the coming years Artemis 3 and Chang’e-7 both identify sites near Shackleton, Haworth and Nobile craters as potential landing zones.  Chang'e-7, which is named after the Chinese moon goddess Chang'e, will be uncrewed and consist of an orbiter, lander, a mini hopping probe and a rover, is set for 2024.  RELATED...
    The Ravens have addressed one of their biggest needs by adding pass rushers in recent years, but it remains unclear if those players will develop fast enough to carry them deep into the postseason. Recent draft picks Odafe Oweh, Daelin Hayes and David Ojabo offer plenty of potential at outside linebacker, and veterans Justin Houston, Tyus Bowser and Steven Means are valuable on-field mentors. But is that enough in 2022? To compound the problem, both Bowser and Ojabo are trying to return from torn Achilles tendons. Bowser is expected to be ready for the season opener Sept. 11 at the New York Jets, while Ojabo might not return until the middle of the season. So, for next year or two, the outside linebackers will be more scrutinized than any other position on the roster — even more than fifth-year quarterback Lamar Jackson. Jackson’s story is well known. He is a great talent, the most explosive offensive player in the game, but his lack of accuracy and field presence has prevented him from dominating a postseason game the way superstars are...
    The death of Mikhail Gorbachev could prove a point of yet more tension between Russia and the West as it emerged today the former Soviet leader may not receive a state funeral. Gorbachev died yesterday aged 91 in the midst of the war in Ukraine which resulted in a complete breakdown in relations between Vladimir Putin and Western leaders who have implemented strict sanctions designed to hamper the Kremlin's war effort. When the first president of Russia - Boris Yeltsin - died in 2007, ex-US presidents George Bush senior and Bill Clinton both flew to Moscow alongside former British premier Sir John Major. And when Gorbachev's predecessor in the Kremlin, Konstantin Chernenko died in 1985, a clutch of serving Western leaders including British PM Margaret Thatcher and West German chancellor Helmut Kohl attended his funeral ceremony. But Putin's spokesman Dmitry Peskov today announced that the Kremlin was still deciding on the scale of the funeral for Gorbachev, who was despised by many pro-Putin hardliners for his role in bringing about the end of the Soviet Union. And the sorry state...
    Live from Music Row Tuesday morning on The Tennessee Star Report with Michael Patrick Leahy – broadcast on Nashville’s Talk Radio 98.3 and 1510 WLAC weekdays from 5:00 a.m. to 8:00 a.m. – host Leahy welcomed official guest host and lead political reporter for The Tennessee Star Aaron Gulbransen in-studio to review the likely outcomes in the U.S. House and Senate elections. Leahy: In the studio with me, Aaron Gulbransen, our lead political reporter at The Tennessee Star, seasoned political operative, campaign manager, campaign consultant, 20 years of experience, and the official guest host of The Tennessee Star Report. The conclusion is that the Republicans take the House. Gulbransen: Yes. Leahy: But now let’s look at the Senate. It’s 50-50 right now. The biggest creator of word salads in American political history, Kamala Harris, the vice president is a tiebreaker, and it’s all left-wing lunacy that they support. But now I’m looking at Real Clear Politics, they say that the composition of the United States Senate in January 2023, after the November midterm elections looks like the following: 46 Republican seats are safe or lean,...
    Three potential hurricanes could hit the United States in September after only the third hurricane-free August in 60 years. The nearest storm as of Monday was described by the National Hurricane Center as being in the Central Tropical Atlantic, and they estimate the chance of it becoming a hurricane within five days at 80 percent. Two more follow: one 600 miles east of Bermuda as of 2pm EDT on Monday, given a 10 percent chance of becoming a hurricane, and the third off the west coast of Africa, given a 30 percent chance of strengthening to a hurricane in the next five days. A fourth storm is being monitored, heading towards Mexico's Yucatan Peninsula, but is not expected to hit the U.S.  The last named storm to hit the U.S. was Tropical Storm Colin, which landed in the Carolinas on July 2. Four storms are currently in the Atlantic - three of them potentially headed towards the U.S. Pictured is the storm currently in the Central Tropical Atlantic, with an estimated chance of it becoming a hurricane within five days at...
    AN etiquette expert has revealed five tips to help you make a great first impression on a first date. TikToker Oldsouletiquette said her rules can make you shine in front of a potential partner. 2An etiquette expert has revealed five tips to help you make a great first impression on a first dateCredit: TikTok/@oldsouletiquette 2TikToker Oldsouletiquette said her rules can make you shine in front of a potential partnerCredit: TikTok/@oldsouletiquette For her first tip, the etiquette coach advised future lovers to always arrive on time. "This is a simple way to make a great first impression," she explained. Next, she said dress to impress and make sure you plan your outfits based on what you'll be doing. "Keep in mind the venue and the activity you'll be doing," she said. read more on etiquetteBEST BEHAVIOR I'm an etiquette expert - the wedding thing you must do after your honeymoonTALK BACK I'm an etiquette expert - five ways to improve your speech to sound better For her third tip, she suggested that you put your phone away so you can fully...
    The FBI responded on Friday to Meta CEO Mark Zuckerberg's claims that the agency warned Facebook about the Hunter Biden laptop story in October 2020.  During an appearance on the Joe Rogan Experience, Zuckerberg told the comedian the feds told the social media giant to be vigilant in the face of Russian disinformation campaigns prior to the 2020 presidential election. Zuckerberg said the FBI did not name the Hunter Biden story specifically but it 'fit the pattern' of what the agency had discussed.  In a statement, the FBI said the agency 'routinely notifies' social media companies about potential security threats.  The press release read in part: 'The FBI has provided companies with foreign threat indicators to help them protect their platforms and customers from abuse by foreign malign influence actors.' The agency added they cannot 'ask, or direct, companies to take action on information received.'   It also read: '[The FBI] routinely notifies U.S. private sector entities, including social media providers, of potential threat information, so that they can decide how to better defend against threats,' reports NBC News. During Thursday's...
    NEWCASTLE will be eyeing up a potential European push following the summer transfer window as they continue to splash the cash. The Toon are unbeaten in their opening three Premier League games and have impressed fans and pundits with their free-flowing football. 2This is how Newcastle could line up with Alexander Isak and Edson Alvarez A 2-0 win against Nottingham Forest was followed up by a gritty 0-0 draw away at Brighton down on the south coast. Eddie Howe's side then held champions Manchester City to a 3-3 draw at St James' Park in a game they should have won having led 3-1 going into the last 30 minutes. Newcastle have already spent over £60million this summer having brought in Nick Pope from Burnley for £10m, while landing defender Sven Botman from Lille in a deal rising to £39m. And left-back Matt Targett had his loan spell from Aston Villa turned into a permanent £15m stay after impressing in the second half of last campaign. READ MORE IN FOOTBALLTransfer news Cristiano Ronaldo in SHOCK Napoli twist, Newcastle to sign Isak...
    VIDEO3:2103:21It's important that China keeps moving away from producing gray hydrogen: CSISSquawk Box Asia China and India have the potential to become world leaders in "clean" hydrogen, said Jane Nakano, senior fellow at the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS). "I think both China and India have potential to become major powers … not just as potential supplier and also exporters of clean hydrogen, but also [as] consumers [and] users of clean hydrogen," Nakano told CNBC's "Squawk Box Asia" on Friday. However, Nakano observed that China, like many countries, is still producing and consuming gray hydrogen — a type of hydrogen derived from natural gas and produced from fossil fuels. It is the least renewable form of hydrogen. Hydrogen has the potential to play an important role in tackling the climate crisis — the energy it creates produces no atmosphere-warming carbon dioxide. On the flipside, it is a leak-prone gas that can generate its own warming effect — in turn worsening the climate problem — if not managed well. "Clean" hydrogen is also expensive to produce and the industry...
    NASA has revealed 13 candidate regions on the moon that are potential landing targets for the first woman and person of color of the 2025 Artemis III mission, which will be the first time Americans have been to the lunar surface in 50 years and the first time humans will touch down on the dark side of the moon, the South Pole region. These regions were chosen because they provide continuous access to sunlight throughout the week-long mission, while also featuring diverse landscapes of large mountain summits to the rims of large craters.  Not only is this NASA’s epic return to the moon, the Artemis III is deemed the first phase of landing the first humans on Mars, as once it is completed the agency will move forward with plans for its orbital outpost, the Lunar Gateway. This massive craft will be home to four astronauts who will test technologies, such as rovers and reusable habitats, set to be used by those brave enough to step foot on the Red Planet. All of these, according to NASA, are important for...
    Kevin Durant is pouting about the NBA lockout that absolutely no one is talking about Strap in, this one is a doozy… Kevin Durant spent the day on Monday talking about a potential NBA lockout on Twitter going back and forth with Tommy Beer, an independent Knicks reporter, and other random fans. If you want to consume the whole thread, it’s linked here, but the whiplash is pretty tough, so here’s all you need to know with a bit less of the extraneous: Kevin Durant posits he isn’t planning on retiring anytime soon, accusing “unnamed sources” of furthering such a preposterous storyline Tommy Beer asked if KD wanted to address any other rumors KD asks a random fan who chimed in if they’re entitled to info because they pay for League Pass Beer asks for clarification on exactly what info fans are entitled to Beer warns that something KD said about working or not might be brought up in later CBA negotiations KD says owners have been well-off, and a back-and-forth ensues with Beer suggesting players sitting out when...
    After a Pro Bowl season last year with the Seattle Seahawks, Duane Brown had opportunities to join an established, contending team this offseason. So why did the veteran left tackle decide to sign a two-year, $22 million contract with the rebuilding New York Jets? “They have a lot of young talent, a lot of potential,” Brown said during his introductory press conference Tuesday. “Myself and Coach [Robert] Saleh worked together in Houston early in our careers and I just watched him when he was in San Francisco and I was in Seattle and I always had a lot of respect for him. “When he came here, guys on the team just talked about how great he was and how hard they wanted to play for him. I like the culture he was building and there’s a lot of potential. “What I bring in terms of my ability and a veteran presence, I feel like we can do some great things.” Whatever the reasoning behind Brown’s decision to sign with the Jets, the team desperately needs him. Starting right tackle Mekhi...
    Norway's beloved Freya the walrus has been put down because she posed 'a continued threat to human safety', officials have confirmed. Freya won the public's hearts basking in the sun of the Oslo fjord, climbing into boats and getting up-close with tourists. But despite repeated appeals to the public to keep their distance from Freya - a young female weighing 1,300 pounds - the mammal continued to attract big crowds. Walruses rarely attack humans, but are certainly strong enough to pose a danger. Fisheries director Frank Bakke-Jensen said: 'Through on-site observations the past week it was made clear that the public has disregarded the current recommendation to keep a clear distance to the walrus.  Freya became an instant hit when she first appeared in the waters near Oslo (image from July) Fisheries director Frank Bakke-Jensen confirmed that Freya was put down humanely Between long naps - a walrus can sleep up to 20 hours a day - Freya was filmed chasing a duck 'Therefore, the Directorate has concluded, the possibility for potential harm to people was high and animal welfare...
    For the Miami Heat, the Summer of FOMO continues. And when Kevin Durant and Donovan Mitchell are the potential prizes, the fear of missing out is understandable. But at some point, it also becomes a matter of getting your house in order. Yes, the Heat have it out there that they are content to move forward with a team that lost only 37-year-old P.J. Tucker from a roster that stood within one victory of the NBA Finals. But there also likely are potential deals to be made if not for the FOMO factor. The Indiana Pacers have made it eminently clear they are open for the business of change, with Myles Turner one of the few remaining pieces from the team’s previous incarnation. The Atlanta Hawks have moved to even more of a backcourt-driving approach, perhaps to the consternation of John Collins. The Sacramento Kings reshuffle could leave Harrison Barnes shuffled out. The Charlotte Hornets might be poised to move on from the sometimes-available reality of Gordon Hayward. And Jae Crowder has utilized social media in a way that certainly...
    "A search warrant viewed by POLITICO reveals that the FBI is investigating Donald Trump for a potential violation of the Espionage Act and removed classified documents from the former president’s Florida estate earlier this week,” Politico reports. The New York Times also confirms. "Federal agents who executed the warrant did so to investigate potential crimes associated with violations of the Espionage Act, which outlaws the unauthorized retention of national security information that could harm the United States or aid a foreign adversary; a federal law that makes it a crime to destroy or conceal a document to obstruct a government investigation; and another statute associated with unlawful removal of government materials.” Based on the search warrant released to far-right media outlet Breitbart News, multiple legal experts also say Donald Trump, the former president is under FBI investigation for potentially violating the Espionage Act. "A federal magistrate judge has found probable cause to believe evidence of the crime of ESPIONAGE to be found at Mar-A-Lago. Repeat 5 times,” writes former U.S. Attorney and DOJ official Harry Litman, now an LA Times...
    Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY) gestures, walking out of the Senate Chamber, celebrating the passage of the Inflation Reduct Act at the U.S. Capitol on Sunday, Aug. 7, 2022 in Washington, DC. TKent Nishimura | Los Angeles Times | Getty Images We're taking a closer look at the potential investing implications of the so-called Inflation Reduction Act, which the House of Representatives will soon take up after Senate Democrats passed the sweeping legislation Sunday on a party-line vote.  While Wall Street works to get its collective arms around the potential effects of the bill, some research with initial reactions and assumptions is out. That's what we'll review here, starting with the tax implications then moving to the auto and pharmaceutical industries. 
    Getty Ex-Vikings WR Dede Westbrook remains a free agent. The Chicago Bears are in desperate need of help at wide receiver after yet another injury has struck their wide receiver corps. The team has seen several wideouts go down with various injuries since training camp began in late July, including N’Keal Harry, who has a high ankle sprain, Byron Pringle, who has a quad injury and David Moore, who became the latest name added to the list after getting carted off the practice field with an apparent leg injury on August 9. With third-round wideout Velus Jones Jr. and free agent addition Dante Pettis also not practicing in recent days due to undisclosed issues, it would behoove Chicago to scour the free-agent market for available talent. Former Minnesota Vikings and Jacksonville Jaguars wide receiver Dede Westbrook could be worth a look. ALL the latest Bears news straight to your inbox! Subscribe to the Heavy on Bears newsletter here! Join Heavy on Bears! Analyst Thinks Westbrook Could Be ‘Diamond in the Rough’A former fourth-round pick out of Oklahoma for...
    The WNBA may have to wait before anointing a widely-regarded No. 1 draft choice for April's draft after Penn State star Paige Bueckers ruptured her ACL. An MRI Monday confirmed Bueckers had indeed suffered the season-ending injury, resulting from a pickup baseball game she participated in.  Penn State confirmed the news Wednesday, stating their star guard would undergo surgery Friday at UConn Health.  UConn guard Paige Bueckers has a considerable presence on and off the court, amassing one million followers on Instagram while also being having various NIL deals. RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Paolo Banchero's journey to the top of the NBA draft saw him... Inside the tantrum that was the last straw for Aussie... Footage emerges of Liz Cambage's Nigerian-American WNBA... Lauren Jackson returns to top level of Australian basketball... Share this article Share 'We're all devastated for Paige,' he said in a statement. 'She's worked really hard to get stronger and healthier this offseason, and this is an unfortunate setback.  'Paige is obviously an amazing basketball player...
    The Orioles, manager Brandon Hyde said, did not do enough to prevent what this year’s Major League Baseball trade deadline brought them, or rather, what it took from them. They traded a fan favorite for two pitching prospects and an All-Star for four more. Their biggest major league addition, holding that status because he was their only one, was a light-hitting fielder let go by a team they’re chasing in the American League wild-card standings. “This is the game we’re in,” Hyde said. “We’ve got to be up at the deadline. Hopefully, we’re adding soon. Hopefully, someday soon, we’re adding at the deadline significantly.” It seemed possible it would be this deadline, with an Orioles team above .500 and in reach of postseason spot adding players who could benefit them in the coming two months, next season and possibly beyond. Instead, they traded away first baseman Trey Mancini and closer Jorge López while sending cash to the Tampa Bay Rays for outfielder Brett Phillips. Theoretically, it could have been worse. They retained veteran starter Jordan Lyles, outfielder Anthony Santander and...
    As the PGA Tour faces its biggest competitive challenge ever, the world's most popular golfing series has upped the ante on the cash prizes it will hand out. PGA Tour officials announced a schedule of 44 tournaments - including the four golf majors - for its upcoming 2022-23 golf season.  The total prize money handed out for the non-majors is set to be a record $428.6 million dollars, with an additional $61.5m given out at the Masters, the PGA Championship, the U.S. Open, and the Open Championship. In total, excluding two Challenge series events, the purses for next season will fetch $490.1m in a season running from September 2022 to August 2023. The 44 events on the PGA Tour calendar all build up to the FedEx Cup playoffs RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Luke Donald is confirmed as Europe's new Ryder Cup captain,... Charles Barkley turns down offer from Saudi-backed LIV Golf... BREAKING NEWS: Former Masters champion Bubba Watson CONFIRMS... Saudi-backed LIV Golf announces HUGE expansion plans for... Share this...
    Taipei, Taiwan (CNN)Reports that US House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is planning a visit to Taiwan have sparked tense exchanges between the United States and China -- and growing speculation over how Beijing might react.While Pelosi -- a forthright critic of Beijing -- has so far declined to confirm the reports, she has said it is important for the US to show support for Taiwan, and lawmakers on both sides of Washington's political divide have urged her to go. China, meanwhile, has lashed out at the idea, vowing to take "resolute and forceful measures" if any trip goes ahead. Far less vocal, however, has been the island at the center of the controversy. There has been no statement in favor of, or against, Pelosi's potential trip from Taiwan's President Tsai Ing-wen or her office -- though Premier Su Tseng-chang said on Wednesday that Taipei was "very grateful to Speaker Pelosi for her strong support and kindness towards Taiwan over the years" and that the island welcomes any friendly guests from overseas. What you need to know about Pelosis potential visit...
    Trucks at the entrance to the Port of Oakland in Oakland, California, US, on Thursday, July 14, 2022. Truckers servicing some of the US's busiest ports are staging protests as state-level labor rules that change their employment status begin to go into effect, creating another choke point in stressed US supply chains.David Paul Morris | Bloomberg | Getty Images U.S. trucking CEOs expect to maintain pricing power even with volumes softening in the second half of 2022 as retailers, manufacturers and consumers adjust to disruptions from Covid lockdowns, the Russia-Ukraine war and inflation. A recent survey of customers by SAIA, a trucker for Starbucks, Home Depot and Lowe's, found the majority of companies are still working to figure out their next step and what the "new normal" is for their business, according to CEO Fritz Holzgrefe. "They were talking a lot about continuing to rebuild inventory positions, straightening out their supply chains through the balance of the year, even into the first part of next year," Holzgrefe told CNBC. "Maybe things have slowed a bit, but customers are still continuing...
    A finance expert has revealed the seven questions to always ask at the end of a job interview - including asking about the company's culture and potential growth in the role. Téa Angelos from Brisbane, the founder of education company Smart Women Society, posted a TikTok explaining you should always ask two to three questions at the end of a job interview. She explained that you should always ask 'what a typical day in the job' looks like, as well as questioning the potential growth you may have by taking on the role. The finance expert also explained it's good to ask 'what the company's goals are' in the next few years and also advised asking  the interviewer what their favourite part about working there is. Tea also suggested asking 'what are they key indicators of success' and 'can you tell me a little bit more about the company culture?' RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Avid traveller shares her top secrets for saving money on... Gen Z producer, 24, earning $104,000  a year reveals...
    EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. (AP) — Saquon Barkley strode to the podium in the New York Giants field house in a pair of white socks and wearing his trademark No. 26 necklace. The seemingly ever-present smile was quickly visible. He was the same as always on Thursday on the second day of training camp, but with a slight difference. Remarkably, this will be Barkley’s fifth season with the Giants. Only wide receiver Sterling Shepard (2016) has more time with the team. “I’m 25 now, in year five and one of the older guys in the building,” Barkley said. “I’ve been through a lot of ups and downs, but I got to use that to my advantage. I can use that to lead. Especially with some of the adversity that I’ve had to deal with in the last couple of years. I think that it’s not only helped me as an athlete but just as a person, as a man, as a brother, and as a teammate.” It’s easy to remember his rookie season when he rushed for 1,307 and 11...
    The ball sailed into right field, carrying but not quite deep enough. Tampa Bay Rays right fielder Josh Lowe camped under it, prepared to catch what could prove be the last drive at Camden Yards of Trey Mancini’s Orioles tenure. Then, the sun peeked out from the clouds in the Baltimore sky, and Lowe lost sight of the ball. It caromed off his left cheek toward the first-base line, and off Mancini went. On base in front of Baltimore’s longest-tenured player, Austin Hays wheeled his arm, begging Mancini to continue onward. He did, racing home for the first inside-the-park home run at Oriole Park in nearly 11 years. Mancini’s hustle gave the Orioles a 3-0 lead they held onto to take three of four games from Tampa Bay in a key series before Tuesday’s trade deadline. Mancini, in the final guaranteed year of his contract, is a candidate to be dealt, even with the victory keeping the Orioles (50-49) in playoff contention. An announced crowd of 16,784 began to chant his name, recognizing a player who has endured so much...