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    USA Women are set to receive $6.5million (£5.4million) for the men's side reaching the last 16 of the World Cup as part of the equal pay agreement that was forged earlier this year. The USMNT extended their stay in Qatar on Tuesday night after picking up a crucial 1-0 win over Iran, which saw them advance to the knockout stages of this year's World Cup. Progression to the last 16 has guaranteed U.S. Soccer an estimated $13million (£11million) in prize money, half of which will go to their women's team through the equal pay agreement. After sealing the landmark agreement earlier this year, USA became the first federation in history to split their World Cup prize money down the middle between their two main national teams, which they described as a 'truly historic moment'. That means USA Women will bank at least $6.5million after the men's team's success on Tuesday, having already earned $4.5million (£3.7million) for their participation in the group stage. USA Women (L) banked $6.5m (£5.4m) for the men's team (R) reaching the World Cup last-16 Christian Pulisic's...
    EMPHASIS is placed on unity when it comes to team sports – but can it go too far? A former high school cheerleader has recalled a particular game day where frigid weather wasn't an excuse for the girls on her cheer team to not be in uniform with one another – quite literally. 2A prior cheerleader has shared what would happen if someone on her team forgot part of their uniform during game daysCredit: TikTok/bookswithally 2Social media users are baffledCredit: Getty Taking to social media, the previous cheerleader, Ally, recounted a particularly cold game day in which one of her teammates forgot a key part of their uniform. "Point of view, it's 30 degrees Fahrenheit in the middle of October. "One girl on the team forgot her jacket so none of us can wear one and I can't feel my arms," Ally wrote in a TikTok video. She continued: "The clock keeps stopping every five seconds. A stunt nearly fell at halftime, and my face hurts from smiling so hard." Read more on cheerleadingFLY HIGH I’m a cheerleader - I...
    Tom Brady has piled pressure on his Buccaneers teammates, openly telling them on his podcast that 'the most embarrassing part of our team is our effort level,' despite Sunday night's dramatic comeback victory over the LA Rams - the defending Super Bowl champions.  The team's 16-13 triumph, coupled with a win over the Falcons last month, gives Tampa Bay (4-5) a tiebreaker advantage in the NFC South halfway through the NFL calendar, after the quarterback's turbulent start to the season after confirming his much-publicized divorce from his ex-wife of 13 years, Gisele Bündchen.  'There's only so deep of a hole that you can dig, and you know, if you dig yourself too deep of a hole then you got no shot coming out of it,' Brady, 45, said on his Sirius XM podcast, also starring commentator Jim Gray and SNL's Kenan Thompson.  'The best teams start playing well around Thanksgiving. That's because you basically figured out what you are and what you need to do and there's definitely some things, we do well but there's a lot of things we...
    Jimmie Johnson's NASCAR retirement and IndyCar experiment lasted all of two seasons. The seven-time NASCAR champion is returning in 2023 to the series that made him a global motorsports star as the part-owner of Petty GMS. He'll also enter about five Cup events, but he still hopes to compete in the Indianapolis 500 and NASCAR's All-Star race on the same day.  Johnson told The Associated Press that his first race will be the season-opening Daytona 500, where he's a two-time winner. Jimmie Johnson's NASCAR retirement and IndyCar experiment lasted all of two seasons. The seven-time NASCAR champion is returning in 2023 to the series that made him a global motorsports star as the part-owner of Petty GMS. He'll also enter about five Cup events, but he still hopes to compete in the Indianapolis 500 and NASCAR's All-Star race on the same day Former NASCAR driver, Jimmie Johnson (C) speaks to the media announcing he has invested in an ownership stake in the Petty GMS Motorsports as team owners Richard Petty (L) and Maury Gallagher (R) look on during a press...
    OAKLAND — JP Sears was surprised when he got the news. The left-hander had broken camp with the Yankees and pitched in some important spots for them this season. He was working down in Scranton with the Triple-A club when he was told he had been traded to the A’s. “Obviously, it’s surprising, exciting, and lots of emotions,” Sears said. “That first day you didn’t really know what to think,  but then after that I was just super, super excited to come over here and help his team out hopefully and do my best to win and kind of carry on what I’ve been doing this year. Just [having that] next up mentality and getting ready for the next start whenever that would be.” Sears’ next start, his fourth with the A’s, will be Friday night against the Yankees at the Coliseum. “Yeah, I mean it’s definitely unique facing a team where you know guys personally or have history with them,” Sears said. “So, it’s gonna be an exciting game. I’m excited for it. I’m looking forward to it, just looking forward to...
    Share this: His legacy, easy. He played on one of the greatest, if not the greatest, basketball teams in PSAL history. That was Erasmus Hall in 1965.  It was March 19th to be exact, and Dutchman coach Bernie Kirsner’s squad beat DeWitt Clinton – the perennial Bronx powerhouse – 85-80, in the Flatbush gym. The win capped a perfect season at 22-0.
    After saying he expects to remain in Baltimore for the rest of his career, Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson on Thursday would not commit to participating in training camp nor playing in Week 1 without a contract extension. “It’s part of the conversation,” Jackson, in his first news conference in more than five months, repeatedly said in response to several questions about his contract after Thursday’s practice. Jackson, who does not have an agent, said his absence from the team’s voluntary offseason training activities was not contract related. He reported Monday and participated in all three days of mandatory minicamp. “I just wanted to stay away and just grind,” he said. “I just wanted to come back and just see how it felt. I feel good.” The 2019 NFL Most Valuable Player said he’s had conversations with team officials this week in Owings Mills related to an extension, which could make him one of the highest-paid players in the NFL. The 24-year-old quarterback is entering the final year of his rookie deal, which will pay him $23 million this season as...
    Agents also surveilled the alleged plotter's conversations on WhatsApp, a worldwide messaging platform, after the suspect began using a phone given to him by one of the informants. In communication with the sources and on his WhatsApp account, the alleged plotter claimed to be part of an ISIS-linked unit called "Al-Raed," or "Thunder," led by a now-deceased former Iraqi pilot for Saddam Hussein based in Qatar. As part of the unit's mission, as many as seven other members would be sent to the U.S. to carry out the assassination of Bush. The plotter's specific job was "to locate and conduct surveillance on former president Bush’s residences and/or offices and obtain firearms and vehicles to use in the assassination," the warrant stated. The plotter allegedly expressed that he wanted to kill Bush as revenge for the former president killing many Iraqis and breaking apart the country after the 2003 U.S. military invasion. In response to the report, Bush's chief of staff, Freddy Ford, said, "President Bush has all the confidence in the world in the United States Secret Service and our...
    RIVERSIDE, Calif. (KABC) -- The Riverside football team comprised of deaf players that garnered national attention and captured the hearts of many is getting a big gift from Gov. Gavin Newsom.As part of the governor's revised budget, Newsom proposed funding for a new athletic complex at the California School for the Deaf, which includes a brand new football field.The team became an inspirational story last fall when they went undefeated in their regular season and reached the school's first state championship game.EMBED More News Videos The football team at the California School for the Deaf in Riverside is undefeated and vying for a division championship. The Cubs went 12-1, with the only loss coming to Faith Baptist of Canoga Park in the Southern Section 8-man Division 2 final.In February, four players attended Super Bowl LVI at SoFi Stadium and were honorary captains for the game's coin toss.A spokesperson for the governor's office said the $43 million project consists of expanding and replacing the school's existing grass sports fields, specifically its football, track, softball, baseball, and soccer fields as well as...
    By Michael Hurley, CBS Boston BOSTON (CBS) — Unquestionably, the biggest story of the NFL offseason was the drama surrounding Tom Brady. He retired, then he unretired, then his head coach conveniently stepped away from his position, then rumors of a wild move to Miami surfaced. And that’s all without mentioning his role in a film with Jane Fonda and Sally Field. What a winter and spring for ol’ Tommy Touchdown! None of it is surprising. For the past 15 or so years, just about everything even remotely associated to Brady has become front page news, and the specifics and realities and details of certain rumors and reports often don’t matter as much as the sizzle. An oversight of that variety seems to have happened with the most recent reports/rumblings/innuendo that Brady and the Miami Dolphins had cooked up a grand scheme that would have given him an ownership stake in the team before coming out of retirement to play for the Dolphins instead of the Buccaneers in 2022. While that speculation had enough hurdles in the foreground, a larger issue loomed...
    Former University of Oregon offensive lineman Doug Brenner has added a $100 million demand against the NCAA for punitive damages in his ongoing lawsuit against the collegiate athletic organization, the school, and then-Ducks head coach Willie Taggart over allegedly permanent injuries he sustained during controversial workouts in 2017. Brenner was one of three Ducks players hospitalized in 2017 following intense morning workouts in which teammates vomited, passed out, or collapsed, according to reports at the time. Players were allegedly prohibited from even drinking water on the first day of the workouts, but coaches later dropped that restriction and began providing oxygen tanks as well.  In his lawsuit, Brenner claims he suffered permanent renal injury that makes him more susceptible to 'kidney failure, kidney disease, and death.' Brenner originally sued the school, Taggart, and the NCAA in 2019, seeking $11.5. Now, in a filing provided to DailyMail.com by his attorneys, Brenner has increased his claim for pain and suffering from $6 million to $20 million, while also adding the $100 million claim for punitive damages against the NCAA. In total, he's...
    With the start of the playoffs just a few days away, it’s time to hand out some awards for the 2021-22 NBA season. Amazingly, we are less than two weeks away from the end of the NBA season, which means it’s time to get to work on selecting 2021-22 award winners. I, of course, do not have an official vote on these matters, but the thought exercise of determining the NBA’s absolute best players is both fun and instructive (and, at times, impossible). We’ll save Most Valuable Player, Defensive Player of the Year, All-NBA and All-Defense for later this week; in the meantime, here’s the first half of the awards slate.NBA Awards: All-Rookie/Rookie of the YearFirst Team: Evan Mobley (1), Scottie Barnes (2), Cade Cunningham (3), Herb Jones, Franz Wagner Second Team: Josh Giddey, Bones Hyland, Alperen Şengün, Ayo Dosunmu, Chris Duarte Mobley and Barnes have been the clear Rookie of the Year frontrunners the entire season, and even Cade Cunningham’s late emergence as a scorer and playmaker couldn’t displace them from the top two spots. Cunningham does more heavy...
    SINCE 2011 The Voice has been one of NBC's most popular shows. The Voice is a critically acclaimed reality competition shows hosted by Carson Daily. 2The Voice season 21 will end with a two-part finale airing on December 13, 2021Credit: Getty Images Who are the finalists of The Voice 2021? The season 21 two-part finale will air on December 13, 2021 at 8pm ET on NBC. The final five contestants competing to be the ultimate winner are: Girl Named Tom, 26, Team Kelly Clarkson Jershika Maple, 24, Team John Legend Paris Winningham, 32, Team Blake Shelton Wendy Moten, 56, Team Blake Shelton Hailey Mia, 13, Team Kelly Clarkson The two-part finale will announce the winner of this season's The Voice on December 14. Most read in EntertainmentSILENT TREATMENT Anna still hasn't commented on Josh's guilty verdict after family respondsSHE'S YEEZILY ANNOYED Kim yells at daughter North for filming her lying in bed on TikTokMOURNING MOM Nick Cannon’s baby mama Alyssa Scott seen after losing baby son to cancerCLEAN IT UP Teen Mom Jenelle...
    The Chicago Bears are coming out of their bye week on a four-game losing streak with a 3-6 record. But plenty of football is still to be played with eight games remaining this season. Our team of Bears writers weighs in on four timely topics heading into the Week 11 game Sunday against the Baltimore Ravens at Soldier Field. 1. The most impressive part of Justin Fields’ development to date has been _______________. Brad Biggs: His ability to protect the football. Yes, he has eight interceptions and has lost two fumbles in nine games (seven starts). But not all of the interceptions have been his fault, and with the exception of the five-turnover meltdown last month at Tampa Bay, he has been excellent in this regard. This is one of the first steps for a young quarterback, and Fields is without question ahead of the curve. You knew he would emerge as a dual threat at the position, and he has showcased the ability to escape the pocket to extend plays and attack defenses with his running...
    SAN FRANCISCO — One thing Draymond Green has learned about new teammate Otto Porter Jr.: the guy knows how to clean glass. It may not look like it in the stat sheet, but Porter has been an unheralded part of Golden State’s unexpected rebounding resurgence. The Warriors are leading the NBA with 40.7 defensive boards per game, a 16.1% improvement from last year. The 4.0 per game from Porter show up in bigger ways than the stat sheet, according to Green. “I’m not sure how many rebounds he’s averaging, but I do know when I’m watching a game, Otto Porter comes up with big rebounds. He comes up with rebounds in traffic,” Green said. “That’s something I didn’t know he had to his game.” Porter, according to Basketball Reference, is playing the most minutes of his career at the 5 spot, almost half his time on the court this season. Coming off two seasons marred by injury, Porter has also taken on a more refined role, averaging the fewest minutes of his career (17.1 per game) since...
    Aaron Donald #99 of the Rams during an NFL game between the Detroit Lions and the Los Angeles Rams on October 24, 2021, at SoFi Stadium in Inglewood, CA.Icon Sportswire | Getty Images As the National Football League gears up to take on the city of St. Louis in a 4-year-old lawsuit, it's betting that a Missouri rule will push the case to another part of the state. City officials in St. Louis are seeking financial damages they claim they suffered when the NFL's Rams departed in 2016 for Los Angeles. The move left the city with debt on the team's former stadium, The Dome at America's Center, which was built with public funds. The 2017 lawsuit alleged the NFL violated its relocation policy and said team officials misled the public about the Rams' plans and failed to have good faith negotiations. Kroenke Sports & Entertainment, which owns the Rams, has been trying to get the case moved away from the St. Louis area. The company has cited Rule 51.04, which allows for a trial to be moved if favoritism...
    Health and Human Services Secretary Xavier Becerra said Monday on MSNBC’s “Andrea Mitchell Reports” that the unvaccinated need to stop being “selfish” and get the vaccination. Mitchell said, “I want to ask you about mandating vaccinations because that’s happened in New York City, and we’re seeing protests today in Brooklyn, city workers perhaps including police and fire because their unions are opposing it, opposing the mandate. The commissioners are in favor. You’ve got a big protest right now that we can see. You can see it on the screens in New York City of workers in Brooklyn against the New York City mandate. We know that mandates work, but let’s talk about the equity and about the labor opposition to it from Joe Biden, who says he’s a labor president.” Becerra said, “Andrea, we have to be safe. I saw Mayor De Blasio last week, and I will tell you that the city is going to do— the city doesn’t want to go back, New York City doesn’t want to go back to what it experienced a year, two years...
    The fastest way for an NFL head coach to lose his team is for him to lose the respect of his locker room. And right now, it appears Urban Meyer has about as much credibility inside the Jaguars’ locker room as Oscar Mayer. Meyer — the former college coach at Florida and Ohio State, whom Jaguars owner Shad Khan fell hard for because of his gaudy résumé and popularity in north Florida — is just four games into his NFL coaching career and he has already made a mess of it. CLICK HERE FOR MORE SPORTS COVERAGE ON FOXNEWS.COM Head coach Urban Meyer of the Jacksonville Jaguars speaks with Trevor Lawrence #16 during the game against the Arizona Cardinals at TIAA Bank Field on September 26, 2021 in Jacksonville, Florida. (Photo by Sam Greenwood/Getty Images) It’s difficult to pinpoint which of Meyer’s recent transgressions was the worst: Not joining his players on the team plane ride home after a difficult Thursday night loss at Cincinnati a week and a half ago. Being caught on camera in a compromising...
    EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. (AP) — Saquon Barkley poured out his heart discussing the New York Giants’ second straight 0-3 start and his feelings about the team. For the record, Barkley believes this team is special, despite the winless mark. The offense has more talent than a year ago. Quarterback Daniel Jones is playing his best ball since being drafted in 2019. The defense has shown it can be very good, even though it gave up late winning drives the past two games. As far as Barkley and many of his teammates are concerned, the ingredients are there for winning football. The problem is Joe Judge’s team hasn’t clicked yet. Blowing a seven-point fourth-quarter lead and dropping a 17-14 decision to the previously winless Atlanta Falcons on a last-playfield goal on Sunday was the latest disappointment. It came 10 days after New York was beaten 30-29 by Washington on another last-play kick. Those were two winnable games. The Giants were not competitive in losing to Denver in the season opener, but they certainly could be 2-1. Reality check: The so-called easy...
    Ladies and gentlemen, you all have to watch Netflix’s new documentary “Untold: Crime and Penalties.” Netflix has been hyping up its new “Untold” documentary series, and the one about the Malice in the Palace was very solid. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football) For that reason, I fired up “Crime and Penalties” to watch Tuesday night, and it was shockingly good. The documentary follows the true story of Genovese crime family associate Jimmy Galante buying a United Hockey League team for his son A.J. in Danbury, CT. At the age of 17, A.J. was in charge of the Danbury Trashers, which were named in part after his father’s trash empire. Think a 17-year-old kid running a pro hockey team is the craziest part? It’s not even the beginning. Galante was under federal investigation while also building a UHL powerhouse. How did he do it? He was paying players under the table, and the results were spectacular. In no time, Danbury was the most feared team in the league and they beat the...
    Yankees’ Luke Voit is coming along at the plate and remains an important part of the team Andres Chavez August 10, 2021 Share on facebook Facebook Share on twitter Twitter Share on reddit Reddit New York Yankees’ first baseman Luke Voit has been injured for a large portion of the season. Knee and oblique ailments have robbed him some valuable playing time, and his issues staying healthy surely played a role in the Bombers landing Anthony Rizzo, who plays the same position. Understandably, each time Voit has returned to the Yankees after a lengthy injury absence, it takes some time for him to find his stride. Getting his health back is one thing, but timing needs to be found on the go. He returned to the lineup on August 8, the day the Yankees announced Rizzo was a positive COVID-19 case. Voit went 0-for-4 with a couple of strikeouts that day, and he looked off even though he had been taking some at-bats on a rehab assignments in the minor leagues. ...
    (CNN)American swimmers Caeleb Dressel and Robert Finke won gold again on Sunday, as part of an exemplary effort from Team USA at the Summer Olympics in Tokyo.Dressel, who finished his Olympics on Sunday with five gold medals in all, won the men's 50-meter freestyle gold medal with an Olympic record time of 21.07 seconds. He became just the third man to ever win the 50-meter freestyle and 100-meter freestyle at the same Olympics.Florent Manaudou of France took the silver in the event with a time of 21:55, and Brazil's Bruno Fratus won bronze with a time of 21:57. Caeleb Dressel and Zach Apple celebrate their victory in the men's 4x100m medley final on SundayDressel then returned to swim the butterfly portion of the men's 4x100-meter medley relay for Team USA, along with Ryan Murphy swimming backstroke, Michael Andrew swimming breaststroke, and Zach Apple swimming freestyle in the anchor position. The team won gold with a world record time of 3:26.78. Great Britain won the silver medal with a time of 3:27.51, and Italy took the bronze finishing in 3:29.17.Read MoreIn...
    Sha'Carri Richardson taunted USA Track and Field for removing her from the Tokyo Olympics as punishment for failing a marijuana drug test, tweeting 'Missing me yet?' on Friday after the mixed relay team that she would have been part of was temporarily disqualified.  Richardson was expected to win the women's 200m race after qualifying with the fastest time in the world. She would have also competed in the mixed relay 4x400m, the final of which will take place on Saturday.  She was dropped from the team roster at the start of the month after failing a drug test, testing positive for THC - the chemical component found in marijuana.  She explained afterwards that she was grieving the loss of her biological mother when she ingested the drugs, and that she's 'only human'.  After the mixed 4x400 relay team was temporarily disqualified on Friday, Richardson - who would have been a part of it - tweeted this. They were reinstated later Richardson was expected to win the women's 200m race after qualifying with the fastest time in the world....
    (CNN)Authorities continue to work around the clock in Surfside, Florida, searching for victims in the rubble of a collapsed condo, even as authorities have shifted from a rescue operation to a recovery effort. A sons unanswered text message, two sisters buried together, a newlywed couple and a 60 year old love story: What we know about the collapse victimsIt's hard work, according to Captain Ken Pagurek of Pennsylvania Task Force 1, whose team works every day from noon to midnight, combing through debris and searching for those who are still unaccounted for. Along the way, the workers find the remnants of the lives lost, like photographs, he said. They're bombarded with a mix of odors: metal and concrete, the animals assisting in the recovery effort and human remains. But the hardest part? "The lack of survivors," Pagurek told CNN, his voice breaking with emotion.In an interview with CNN at the end of his 12-hour shift, Pagurek described the mentally and physically exhausting work his team is doing and why he continues doing it, despite the fact no survivors have...
    (CNN)Phoenix Suns guard Chris Paul has been sidelined following his placement on the league's Covid-19 health and safety protocols, the team announced on Wednesday.Suns head coach Monty Williams said the team will approach Paul's circumstance like they previously have with other players who have entered the league's Covid-19 protocols this season."It's like anything else, when we've had guys in the past who had it or been in that situation, where you got to go into protocols." Williams said while talking to the media on Wednesday. "There's a natural concern for the person and that's basically where it ends. The league is trying to do everything they can to keep individuals and teams safe and it's just a natural concern for an individual." Fully vaccinated head coaches no longer have to wear masks during NBA gamesThe All-NBA guard is averaging 15.7 points, 8.7 assists and 4.1 rebounds in 10 playoff games this postseason, leading the Suns to an 8-2 playoff record which included eliminating the defending NBA champions, Los Angeles Lakers in the first round.The National Basketball Players Association, of which...
    What good is a notebook unless its contents are shared with readers? Otherwise it would be a diary. Besides, I don’t work small rooms. So here goes: David Cone is better than that. More importantly, so are YES viewers. Monday, the Orioles made it 3-1 over the Yankees when a run scored on a balk by reliever Darren O’Day. Cone became furious, not with O’Day, but with second base ump Junior Valentine, who did his job by detecting then calling the infraction. Cone twice belittled Valentine as “Barney Fife,” the bumbling country deputy sheriff played by Don Knotts in the old “Andy Griffith Show.” His attack on Valentine bordered on cruel. Yet, as replays rolled, Cone, and later Aaron Boone, acknowledged O’Day did, in fact, committed a by-the-book balk. Thus what was Valentine to do? Ignore the rule on behalf of the Yankees? Would Cone have been that agitated had it been an O’s pitcher who balked? Cone should be as eager to trash players who don’t run to first as he was to trash this ump for a job...
    NBA great and Miami Heat legend Dwyane Wade has bought an ownership stake in the Utah Jazz, becoming one of the organization's minority owners, the team announced Friday.  "As a businessman, entrepreneur, and investor, I bring a lot to this partnership outside of my basketball experience," Wade, 39, said in a statement. "I'm excited to help take the Utah Jazz to the next level."  The three-time NBA champion and 13-time All-Star talked to ESPN about the significance of the news. "This goes way beyond the dream I had to just play basketball in the NBA," Wade said. "I've seen Shaq do it in Sacramento. I've seen Grant Hill do it in Atlanta. I've seen Jordan do it in Charlotte." Dwyane Wade at his jersey retirement ceremony in Miami on February 22, 2020.  Michael Reaves / Getty The retired star credited his relationship with Qualtrics founder Ryan Smith, who owns the team along with a small group of investors. He also plans to be involved with the organization.  "Unfortunately, people in my community don't get this opportunity, and I do...
    MTV The first part of The Challenge: Double Agents’ Final is in the books! This article contains spoilers for the 17th episode of The Challenge: Double Agents which aired on April 14 at 8 p.m. ET/PT on MTV. The stakes are at the highest point of the season as the four remaining teams are racing to not be eliminated in the first half of the Final. The team who places last will not move on to the second half. By the end of the episode on April 14, two things were clear: Amber B and CT are the favorites to win and Kaycee is hanging on by a thread. Up to this point, Amber B and CT have dominated the rest of the teams, winning all three of the checkpoints this episode. Kaycee hurt her knee, potentially derailing the possibility of her and Fessy finishing the race, let alone winning. Continue reading to see our rankings going into the next episode of Double Agents: Follow the Heavy on The Challenge Facebook page for the latest breaking news, rumors...
    Toto Wolff is the man in charge of Mercedes. He has taken the Brackley-based team to seven world titles and aims for the eighth one in 2021. However, he feels that his “colleagues” on the grid trash talk too much to each other, especially Zak Brown and Christian Horner. Zak Brown is the man leading McLaren, while Horner is in charge of Red Bull. They had a tough battle last year, but Mercedes came out on top, while McLaren and Red Bull had to settle for third and second place, respectively. In 2021, Brown‘s team, McLaren currently sits in third place with 18 points, courtesy of Lando Norris and Ricciardo. While the Silver Arrows enjoyed a double podium and brought home 41 points to the team and lead in the constructor’s standings. Toto Wolff clarifies his comments on Brown In an interview with Osterreich,  Toto allegedly said, “Brown is like Christian Horner. They just spread sh*t. I don’t care.” Wolff further clarified that it got lost in translation. He added, “I have respect for both of them. That was totally misquoted,...
    A San Francisco job posting is looking for the ultimate team of nannies and is offering a salary of least $100,000 to each of three caregivers for the family's two children. The posting was made to Indeed by the private staffing firm Louer, which according to its website offers services for 'family offices, residences, yachts and planes.' It went viral this week when outlets pointed out its Mary Poppins-like job requirements and incredible pay. The job posting has since closed. DailyMail.com has reached out to the company for more information and additional comment. The family for whom the company was seeking nannies remains unknown. Louer is also hiring two full-time nannies for a family in Miami Beach, Florida with pay above $100,000, according to the company’s website. A San Francisco job posting went viral this week when outlets pointed out its Mary Poppins-like job requirements and incredible pay The posting was made to Indeed by the private staffing firm Louer, which offers services for 'family offices, residences, yachts and planes' The San Francisco posting was...
    ‘Detroit Become Human’ Developer Partners With French Indie Studio for Narrative Game Dow scores fastest 1,000-point move in history as it tops 33,000 milestone — here’s what drove it there On Tuesday, LeBron James took his talents to MLB, when he became a part owner of theBoston Red Sox in a new partnership with Fenway Sports Group. On Wednesday, David Samson broke down the news on his podcast, "Nothing Personal with David Samson." © Provided by CBS Sports Samson starts the podcast moving past the Red Sox news, and into James' ownership future. James came out with a quote saying, "My goal is to own an NBA franchise. It'll be sooner than later." "This is a good and important story, LeBron James wants to and will become an owner of an NBA team," the podcast host begins. He said there are a few reasons he wants James to become an owner, and one is so he sees first hand how difficult the job is. Samson said: I want LeBron to go from playing and use the money he's made...
    LOS Angeles Lakers legend LeBron James is now partly the owner of the famed Boston Red Sox, reports say. The NBA icon reportedly obtained shares in the Fenway Sports Group (FSG), the parent company of the team which is worth $3.3billion – granting LeBron part ownership in one of the most lucrative franchises. 6James is now partly the owner of the famed Boston Red Sox, reports say 6He's bought into the Boston Red SoxCredit: Alamy The businessman and NBA legend made a historic announcement on March 16, 2021. However, LeBron has always traditionally supported the New York Yankees before buying shares with their historic rival this week. It isn't clear how many he shares bought or how much money he has contributed, however. Nonetheless, the Boston Globe reported that the basketball star is a minority partner in the Fenway Group and therefore, part-owner. The newspaper is actually owned by billionaire John Henry, who is one of the majority owners of the Red Sox. 6The Red Sox franchise is worth $3.3billionCredit: Getty Images - Getty 6LeBron's business partner...
    New York : FC Barcelona is going through dark times, on the one hand, in sports, it is fighting but still far from Atlético de Madrid, leader of La Liga, is practically out of the Champions League and on the other, the scandal of the arrest of its former president Josep Maria Bartomeu and several club executives for an investigation into unfair administration and corruption. Nevertheless, the Barça has a hope to be reunited with the triumph if it succeeds turn around the Copa del Rey tie to Sevilla and manages to qualify for the final of the tournament that has won the most times. And finally Barcelona won an important game. ???????? Masterclass of the best you’ve seen at the Sánchez Pizjuán. ???????????? ???? Sevilla 0-2 Barça ???? pic.twitter.com/yChVzsaQJV – Portal Soccer (@PortalFutboI) February 27, 2021 Four days after facing each other in La Liga, Barcelona and Seville meet again this Wednesday with a grown Barça team that will try to overcome Julen Lopetegui’s team from 2-0 in the first leg. Barça goes to the game with confidence...
    New York Times: Third woman accuses Cuomo of unwanted advances in 2019 as crisis deepens Biden to announce that Merck will work with Johnson & Johnson to manufacture coronavirus vaccine 'The Last of Us Part II' The Last of Us Part II, Ghost of Tsushima, Hades and Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales lead the 2021 nominees for the BAFTA Games Awards, celebrating the best creative and technical achievements in video games. The 13 nominations for The Last of Us Part II marks “the highest number of nominations for a game in the history of the BAFTA Games Awards, beating last year’s record of 11 by Control and Death Stranding,” organizers said. Tsushima got 10, Hades eight, Spider-Man seven and Dreams seven. This year features the new EE game of the year award, which recognizes the fans’ favorite game of the past year. It is the only category to be voted on by the public. In July last year, BAFTA announced that British Film Institute (BFI) diversity standards will be piloted across the best British game category, with entrants asked to provide information on...
    The 25 best episodes of Mystery Science Theater 3000 Almost 10% of American households are at risk of losing housing during pandemic, according to new report © Provided by Awful Announcing Despite operating during a pandemic, the NWSL continues to thrive. A broadcasting deal with CBS, and expansion teams in Los Angeles, Louisville, and Sacramento over the next year or so have made the NWSL one of the best leagues to invest in if someone is looking to get in on the ground floor of a league that’s not too expensive to get in right now (relatively speaking). Not to mention, getting in on NWSL team ownership helps support women’s soccer and women’s sports. The Chicago Red Stars added a diverse group of new investors to their ownership group and that includes ESPN’s Sarah Spain. Spain announced her new venture on Monday on Twitter and the Chicago sports fan couldn’t be happier. It's finally here! Announce day! I'm so proud & excited to share that I'm part of the new ownership group for the @ChicagoRedStars of the @NWSL, a...
    NBA : The Eurohoops Team / info@eurohoops.net With a great three points that sent the match to extra time, 17 points and great defenses, Linos Chrysikopoulos was the MVP of National us in the farewell match of Eurobasket Qualifiers against Latvia where we won with 97-94 in extension, After the match, the international forward made statements and talked about how this victory came, but also about what keeps Greece from the Qualifying phase. His statements in detail: “I want to congratulate my teammates. It was a difficult victory against a team that relies heavily on sports. We knew that if we controlled the rebounds we would have a chance to win and we did that to prevail. This victory combined with the promising presence of the young players was the best part of this trip “. Σκοyrtopoulos: “The ideal finale” Read his statements: “I want to thank the Latvians who worked for this hosting event. For us it was the ideal final with a victory over a very good team away from home. In these...
    NBA : By Stefanos Tatsios / info@eurohoops.net His team George Bartzokas for most of the year we are suffering from constant racing “ups and downs” which have led her to to have a record of 11-13 and to be with… one foot out playoffs for another year after 2018 where her last presence in her top eight was recorded Euroleague. Many watching his toys Olympic In this year’s Euroleague, they consider that his big problem is mainly aggressive, something that would not be wrong to say, but the “wound” of the players of George Bartzokas, based on statistics, proves its defensive function. To be precise, the “red and whites” in 24 matches of the regular season score an average of 80 points performance that ranks them in 5th place in the relevant ranking, leaving behind groups like Efes, Efes, Bayern, Milan and Zenit, while the top attack in the tournament so far is held by CSKA Moscow by Dimitris Itoudis with 83.9 points! On the contrary, Olympiakos seems to have a more important problem...
    Donald Trump's defense team argued Friday that the former president's speech to rioters on Jan. 6 was "far from promoting insurrection" and violence, instead casting blame on Democrats for using similar language and accusing them of "political hatred" toward their client. In abbreviated oral arguments lasting three hours, Trump attorneys asked senators, sitting as both jurors and witnesses to the Capitol riots, to dismiss the case and acquit Trump, calling the article of impeachment against their client "an unjust and blatantly unconstitutional act of political vengeance." "Like every other politically motivated witch hunt the left has engaged in over the past four years, this impeachment is completely divorced from the facts, the evidence and the interest of the American people. The Senate should promptly and decisively vote to reject it," Trump lawyer Michael van der Veen said. "It is constitutional cancel culture."[ READ: Democrats Lay Out Trump’s ‘Pattern and Practice of Inciting Violence’ ]Democratic House impeachment managers have taken issue with Trump's speech telling supporters to "fight like hell" and march to the Capitol to stop the certification of President Joe Biden's...
    Diego Pablo Simeone, coach of the Atlético de Madrid, he lamented the way his team was left without two points that had been worked after turning the scoreboard against him Celta Vigo. MATCH ANALYSIS “I have a lot of positive things left. The opportunity of the boys who come without playing and played a very good game. The second part of Lodi, Kondogbia, Torreira… Correa’s confirmation that he works and demands the rival from where he can appear. Those are important things for the future. The complex match began. They have a good associated game. I think there were not so many goal situations in the first half for anyone. But they did feel more comfortable with possession. In the second part we improved with the change of system to have one more in the middle and take one from behind. Kondogbia and Torreira managed to press higher. The second goal arrived, we took the game within what was seen, quite well. And they trying to hurt in some situation. They did it on that...
    On Tuesday, Donald Trump’s legal team made their official response to the article of impeachment delivered by House impeachment managers. Though it might easily have been misdirected since that response is actually written to the “Unites States Senate.” This follows earlier filings by Trump’s legal team to the “United States Districct Court,” the “Northern Distrcoit of Georgia,” and the “Eastern Distrct of Michigan.” But while the opening words of Trump’s reply may generate a chuckle or an eye roll, it’s really the last section of that response that’s the most laughable. And the most infuriating. Because after providing three replies in which the argument focuses on the question of whether it is considered constitutional to impeach an executive once they’re out of office, the last answer that Trump provides goes directly back to square one by claiming that he never did anything wrong in the first place and that: “Insufficient evidence exists upon which a reasonable jurist could conclude that the 45th president’s statements were accurate or not, and he therefore denies that they were false.” That’s right. A month after he drove a...
    Fox News has laid off one of its political editors Chris Stirewalt and more than a dozen other staffers as part of a 'post-election restructuring'. Stirewalt, 45, who had been with the network for more than a decade, was part of Fox's election night team that correctly called Arizona for Joe Biden long before other networks in a move that infuriated Donald Trump and his supporters. In addition to Stirewalt, at least 16 editorial staffers from the Fox News Digital department have been laid off.  Some of those staffers include senior editors and reporters who have been with Fox for a decade, the Daily Beast reports.  Sources have described the Fox News lay-offs as a 'blood bath' initiated by editor in chief Porter Berry who is a former Sean Hannity producer, and appears intent on remolding the network to be more align with the pro-Trump views on Hannity.  Chris Stirewalt, who was a political editor who had been with Fox News for more than a decade, is among the staffers to be laid off  Trump who had staffers, including senior advisor...
    Marcelino Garcia Toral could hardly contain the emotion after conquering this Sunday in the La Cartuja Stadium in Seville the Spain Supercup before him Barça (2-3). The technician of Athletic, who has only been in office for two weeks after the dismissal of Gaizka GaritanoHe highlighted with teary eyes before the cameras of #Vamos that “it is a major merit of the players. Last year, with their work, they deserved to be here and now they have been champions after winning at Real Madrid in the semifinals and at Barça in the end”. Marcelino also remembered some players who are no longer in the Bilbao team. “I would like to remember Aduriz, San José, Beñat …and of all the players who were here last season. And of course not from the previous coaching staff, to which an important part of this trophy belongs ”, he stated in reference to Garitano. The Asturian, a great motivator and strategist, commented that “We arrived in Seville with all the enthusiasm and humility in the world. These players are sponges, they do...
    A British scientist is facing calls to step down from two key inquiries into the origins of Covid-19 after leading the global battle to dismiss suggestions that it might have leaked from a Chinese laboratory linked to his charity. Peter Daszak’s organisation channelled cash to Wuhan scientists at the centre of growing concerns over a cover-up – and also collaborated on the sort of cutting-edge experiments on coronaviruses banned for several years in the United States for fear of sparking a pandemic. The Wuhan Institute of Virology has been carrying out this risky research on bat viruses since 2015, including the collection of new coronaviruses and hugely controversial ‘gain of function’ experiments that increase their ability to infect humans. Peter Daszak’s organisation channelled cash to Wuhan scientists at the centre of growing concerns over a cover-up Many leading scientists argue that deliberately creating new and infectious microbes poses a huge danger of starting a pandemic from an accidental release, especially as leaks from laboratories have often occurred. Despite his close ties to the Wuhan Institute of Virology – and...
    Maara starring R Madhavan and Shraddha Srinath is one of the most anticipated films of the year. Madhavan and team are leaving no stones unturned to escalate the excitement for the release of the film. The team unveiled the trailer recently and the fans were in for a surprise when they heard superstar Dulquer Salmaan’s voice in it. The actor has recited a beautiful poem in the remake of his film Charlie. Maara Trailer: R Madhavan and Shraddha Srinath’s Romantic Drama, Remake Of Malayalam Film Charlie, Will Make You Believe In Fairytales. Dulquer felt obliged that the makers of Maara gave him an opportunity to be a part of the film. Salmaan took to Twitter to pen down an emotional note for the team and thanked them for letting him be a small part of the film. Taking it to Twitter, Dulquer shared the trailer of the film and said that it gave him ‘immense pleasure’ to be a small part of the film. “Loved reciting this beautiful poem,” said Salmaan in his tweet. he went on to thank R Madhavan and the...
    Casey Goodson shooting is renewing calls for change in a city fighting deeply rooted racism US jobless claims rise for the third time in a month Lakers’ LeBron James will never be comfortable playing in empty arenas. The fans are a part of this game Rarely has LeBron James struggled to adapting to new teammates, navigating new defensive coverages or staying disciplined with his dieting and training. Dates to circle in the NBAs first half schedule USA TODAY SPORTS See more videos SHARE SHARE TWEET SHARE EMAIL What to watch next Early NFL headlines: Browns beat Titans on the road to improve to 9-3 USA TODAY SPORTS Dates to circle in the NBAs first half schedule USA TODAY SPORTS What LeBron James extension with Lakers could mean for his NBA future USA TODAY SPORTS MLB free agent market get flooded with outfielders USA TODAY SPORTS With Washington tenure over, can John Wall resurrect career in Houston? USA TODAY SPORTS Steelers stay undefeated after a narrow win over Ravens USA...
    A small cluster of volcanic islands in Alaska may be part of a single giant volcano similar to that of the Yellowstone Caldera and others that have had super-eruptions in the past. The group belongs to the Islands of the Four Mountains in the central Aleutians, which consists of six stratovolcanoes named Carlisle, Cleveland, Herbert, Kagamil, Tana and Uliaga. However, a team from the American Geophysical Union suggests they form one interconnected caldera that could have produced an eruption more powerful than the 1980 Mount St. Helens. The hypothesis, according to the researchers, might also help explain the frequent explosive activity seen at Mount Cleveland over the past 20 years that has released ash clouds as high as 30,000 feet above sea level. A small cluster of volcanic islands in Alaska may be part of a single giant volcano similar to that of the Yellowstone Caldera and others that have had super-eruptions in the past Although this undiscovered volcano could be massive, the team notes it does not suggest a catastrophic event is in the near future.  Caldera-forming eruptions...
    Europa League Arsenal, Leicester, Villarreal and Hoffenheim, the only ones to have achieved full points The fourth day of the Europa League is played and only four teams arrive with full points: Arsenal, Leicester, Villarreal and Hoffenheim. GROUP A: CSKA Sofia 0-1 Young Boys (1 Part)GROUP A: CFR Cluj – Rome (9:00 p.m.)B GROUP: Mold 0-0 Arsenal (1 Part)B GROUP: Dundalk – Rapid Vienna (9:00 p.m.)GROUP C: Nice – Slavia Prague (9:00 p.m.)GROUP C: Bayer Leverkusen – H. Beer Sheva (9:00 p.m.)GROUP D: Rangers – Benfica (9:00 p.m.)GROUP D: St. Liège – Lech (9:00 p.m.)GROUP E: Granada – Omonia (9:00 p.m.)GROUP E: PSV – PAOK (9:00 p.m.)GROUP F: Naples – Rijeka (9:00 p.m.)GROUP F: AZ Alkmaar – Real Sociedad (9:00 p.m.)GROUP G: SC Braga 2-1 Leicester (1 Part)GROUP G: AEK 0-0 Zorya (1 Part)GROUP H: Lille 0-0 AC Milan (1 Part)GROUP H: Sparta Prague 1-1 Celtic (1 Part)GROUP I: M. Tel Aviv 0-0 Villarreal (1 Part)GROUP I: Qarabag 1-0 Sivasspor (1 Part)GROUP J: Tottenham – Ludogorets (9:00 p.m.)GROUP J: LASK 0-0 Antwerp (1 Part)GROUP...
    Rudy Giuliani revealed Monday that he was 'exaggerating' when he said there were more votes cast in Detroit than there are citizens – even though Donald Trump has used that same exact claim as an argument to overturn the election. 'The city of Detroit probably had more voters than it had citizens,' the president's personal lawyer spearheading election lawsuits told Fox Business on Monday. 'I'm exaggerating a bit,' he immediately admitted to host Lou Dobbs. 'But all you have to do is look at statistical data and you can see the fraud was rampant and out of control.' Despite Giuliani's immediate walk back, Trump has used this same claim in the past. 'In Detroit, there are FAR MORE VOTES THAN PEOPLE. Nothing can be done to cure that giant scam. I win Michigan!' the president posted to Twitter last Wednesday. Giuliani's comments also came as the Michigan Board of Canvassers, composed of two Democrats and two Republicans, voted 3-1 to certify Biden's popular win in the rustbelt swing state. Rudy Giuliani admitted Monday that he was 'exaggerating a bit'...
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