Washington rookie Chase Young had other plans. Joe Burrow went down with an apparent leg injury against the Washington Football Team on Sunday afternoon. The Cincinnati Bengals rookie quarterback appears to be in considerable pain. It has been four years since Colin Kaepernick started taking part in one of the most iconic protests in recent American history.
He began taking a knee during the national anthem — while still playing for the San Francisco 49ers — to take a stand against racism and social injustice in America. Kaepernick has not played since that season, though. Recently, she sent another strong message to the NFL. The Saints will be without Drew Brees for several weeks. The star quarterback has multiple rib fractures and has been placed on the IR.
Brees is eligible to return in three weeks, but he could be out longer than that. Through two games, it looked like the New England Patriots had scored a major steal by signing Cam Newton to a laughably cheap deal. To this point, Newton has done little to convince Patriots fans that Bill Yet, he has spent the last year or so sticking his neck out for his former teammate.
Things got pretty heated between the Tennessee Titans and the Baltimore Ravens before kickoff on Sunday afternoon. Tennessee and Baltimore obviously have a history. On Saturday, Waddle was carted of the field when he suffered an ankle injury during the opening kickoff off the Alabama-Tennessee game.
Chicago, IL. Nick Foles is known as a man of faith. The Chicago Bears quarterback even proudly proclaims it on his Twitter profile. During the s, the Oakland Raiders were one of the most physical teams in the league. When opponents played the Raiders, they knew they were in for a physical battle. Trending People. He also plays for Canada on the international level. Born in Toronto, Thompson started showing brilliance in basketball during his school days. He was sought by the top basketball programs of the nation due to his outstanding skills.
He played college basketball for a season for the University of Texas before he was picked by the Cleveland Cavaliers during the NBA draft. He performed quite well in the first season, becoming the first Canadian ever to earn All-Rookie team honors in the NBA.
He played brilliantly in the ensuing years as well and won several awards and honors. Mike Pence is an American politician serving as the 48th vice president of the United States of America since Previously, he served as the 50th governor of Indiana from to Born into a Catholic family with political leanings, he became interested in politics at an early age due to the influence of his family. As a young man, he idolized former President John F. Kennedy and was later inspired by Ronald Reagan.
He started a career as a radio talk show host in the s, while trying to enter politics. Since then, his political career has been on the rise. The Weeknd is the stage name of Canadian singer, songwriter, and record producer Abel Makkonen Tesfaye.
He got recognition after posting many of his songs on YouTube under the username 'The Weeknd'. He started his career with mixtapes that he released from his own website for free. His three mixtapes, 'House of Balloons', 'Thursday', and 'Echoes of Silence', helped him create a loyal fan base. All of his studio albums were received with positive reviews.
Suffering from shyness and insecurity as a child, Tesfaye made conscious efforts to shun publicity during his early career. He avoided giving interviews and didn't even use his own image in his mixtape covers. He interacted with his fans on Twitter. However, he gained confidence as his songs started to top charts worldwide. Tesfaye, who wants to be remembered for being unique and different, started with his Jean-Michel Basquiat-inspired hairstyle, which is his most recognizable feature.
Joseph Robinette "Joe" Biden, Jr. He served as the 47th vice president of the United States from to Born in a middle-class family in Pennsylvania, Joe Biden learned the value of hard word, determination and perseverance from his parents who always encouraged him to stand up for himself and bounce back after failures. As a child he used to stammer but he overcame this problem by memorizing and reciting long passages in front of the mirror.
He went on to study law and also developed interest in politics. He joined the Democratic Party and became active in politics alongside managing his legal career. He won the U. Senate election in Delaware when he was just 29 and assumed office the next year. A devastating family tragedy threatened to end his career, but he persevered on bravely. He proved to be a popular senator and set his ambitions higher. He was selected as the running-mate for presidential nominee Barack Obama in and the Obama-Biden ticket went on to win the election.
They won again in In , Joe Biden announced his bid for the candidacy of the Democratic presidential nominee for election. In , he was chosen as Democratic Party's presumptive nominee for the presidential election. Joe Biden has picked Kamala Harris as his vice presidential candidate and he is his running against the incumbent, Donald Trump. Boris Johnson is a British conservative politician.
He became the prime minister of the United Kingdom in July He served as the mayor of London from to He also served as foreign secretary from to His parents valued high-achievers and the young boy was raised to be competitive from a young age. However, after the project's defeat in , Johnson announced the Jets would move to a new Meadowlands Stadium as an equal partner with the Giants.
The new stadium opened on April 10, , with naming rights being acquired by MetLife. Johnson is the chairman and chief executive of The Johnson Company, Inc. The U. In a statement, Johnson said he had been advised by his lawyers in that the transaction "was consistent with the Tax Code.
By , Johnson had known Donald Trump for about 30 years, with the two men having social connections. Senate on August 3, ,  by voice vote. In , Johnson was investigated by the State Department inspector general over allegations that he made sexist and racist comments to embassy staff. He had been reported to have held official meetings at men-only clubs in London, which meant that female staff members would not be able to attend.
The inspector general's report, issued in August , found that Johnson "sometimes made inappropriate or insensitive comments on topics generally considered Equal Employment Opportunity EEO -sensitive, such as religion, sex, or color" that could "create an offensive working environment" and violate EEO antidiscrimination laws. In March , Johnson wrote an article in the Daily Telegraph saying that chlorinated chicken was a "public safety no-brainer" and that health fears over hormone-fed beef were "myths".
Johnson did so anyway, unsuccessfully. Who should I talk to, how should I go about doing it? I said, 'You can't, you shouldn't do it. This is unethical, probably illegal. And then he went and had a meeting with a British minister responsible for Scotland and made the request, or made the suggestion at least.
In a statement, the British government said that Johnson "made no request of Mr. Mundell regarding the British Open or any other sporting event"; the statement did not say whether Johnson had raised the subject of Turnberry. Johnson forced out Lukens several months later, before the scheduled end of his tenure in London. In , Johnson married former fashion model Nancy Sale Johnson.
They had three children before divorcing in In early , daughter Casey Johnson died of diabetic ketoacidosis. Media related to Woody Johnson at Wikimedia Commons. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. American businessman and diplomat. Nancy Sale. Suzanne Ircha. The New York Times. Retrieved July 26, New York Times. Retrieved January 23, Retrieved February 10, November 21, Archived from the original on February 29, August 1, The Washington Post.
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It said that daily cases numbers are expected to fluctuate as a result of factors such as weather-related and logistical delays in lab specimens reaching the testing centre. The Archbishop of Vancouver says he is "baffled" by the province's recent decision to suspend in-person worship while keeping restaurants and gyms open. Michael Miller said in a Sunday morning homily that "the restrictions placed on banning congregations, even limited ones, from attending Holy Mass are, of course, a matter of grave concern to us both as Catholics and as citizens of British Columbia.
Worshippers have been told not to attend services at their gurdwara, synagogue, church, mosque or temple. Churches remain open for prayer, adoration and individual confession. Church basements can also be used for other purposes, like Alcoholics Anonymous meetings, which Miller said in his address that he is thankful for. But he called it "puzzling" that even limited prayer services are suspended, when he said none of B. That includes malls, grocery stores, liquor stores, community centres, municipal buildings, libraries, common areas in hotels and restaurants and bars when not seated at a table.
President Donald Trump and his allies are harking back to his own transition four years ago to make a false argument that his own presidency was denied a fair chance for a clean launch. Press secretary Kayleigh McEnany laid out the case from the White House podium last week and the same idea has been floated by Trump's personal lawyer and his former director of national intelligence.
But the situations are far different. The day after her defeat in , Democrat Hillary Clinton conceded. Obama's aides offered help to Trump's incoming staffers. Trump fired the head of his transition, former New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, and abandoned months of planning in favour of a Cabinet hiring process that at times resembled a reality show. His team ignored offers of help from the outgoing Obama administration.
That's a far cry from the description issued by McEnany as pressure mounts for Trump to concede and for his administration to begin co-operating with Biden's transition team. Among other things, Biden is being denied access to the presidential daily intelligence briefing and to detailed briefings on the vaccine distribution plan as COVID deaths in the U.
In , despite his claims, Trump did receive standard co-operation during the transition. But Trump's team largely ignored advice from Obama staffers, leaving briefing books unopened and ignoring special iPads loaded with materials. The lack of preparation left aides clueless even about how to work the overhead intercom in the West Wing. A potential transition plan worked on for months by Christie was cast aside.
Some of Trump's hires were done on whim, as Cabinet candidates visited him in Trump Tower. Flynn was out after less than a month in office. After nearly two years, Mueller found insufficient evidence to charge anyone in the Trump campaign with conspiring with Russia to sway the election. Though Obama was aware that his intelligence officials were investigating Russian interference, and had concerns about Trump and his background, the investigative decisions were made not by him but by his law enforcement and intelligence agencies.
Since his loss to Biden, Trump has repeatedly challenged the fairness of the election with false claims about voting and he has looked for ways to block certification of the vote. The damage is severe. He rallied from a five-shot deficit in This time, he lost a three-shot lead until a 6-iron to 12 feet on the par-3 17th hole for a birdie that allowed him to close with a 2-under 68 and force extra holes.
They finished at under , one shot ahead of Cameron Tringale Corey Conners of Listowel, Ont. Bunched up in a seven-way tie for 23rd was Roger Sloan from Merritt, B. Kisner had the advantage on the 18th hole on the Seaside course for the first playoff hole. His approach caught a good bounce and left him a foot birdie putt, while Streb drove into the bunker, couldn't reach the green and his pitch from about 30 yards away still came up some 8 feet short.
Kisner missed, and Streb rolled in his par putt. They returned to the 18th again, and Streb had a flyer lie in the rough left of the fairway. He went with pitching wedge from yards expecting it to come out hot, and it did.
It was close to perfect, the ball landing softly and rolling just over the left edge of the cup. Kisner's tee shot settled in the Bermuda rough to the right of the fairway, and his approach bounded over the green. Knowing his chip had to go in, he ran it some 20 feet by and holed that for a meaningless par with Streb inches away. The victory came at just the right time for Streb, who had to return to the Korn Ferry Tour Finals more than a year ago just to regain full status on the tour.
Because of the COVID pandemic that shut down golf for three months, no one lost his current status. Streb missed out on the PGA Tour post-season again, but kept his card. Now he has a two-year exemption through the end of August , and he returns to the Masters in April. Streb also extended a trend in his new PGA Tour season that began in September, joining other players who ended long victory droughts.
Stewart Cink won the Safeway Open for his first victory in 11 years. Martin Laird ended seven years without winning in Las Vegas. Brian Gay won in Bermuda, his first victory in more than seven years. In 11 tournaments of the new season, Streb is the fifth winner to be ranked outside the top in the world.
Kisner did well to get in the playoff after starting five shots back. He made five birdies in 10 holes, including a pitch from thick rough in the middle of a sandy waste area to tap-in range on the par-5 seventh.
He caught Streb with a 6-foot birdie on the 13th hole, and stayed in the game with an foot par putt from the fringe on the next hole. Streb missed a pair of 5-footers on the back nine, one for par and another for birdie on the par-5 15th, but he delivered the key shots when he needed. One of them was his 6-iron on the 17th. The shot he'll remember is the pitching wedge he nearly jarred that gave him the victory. Doug Ferguson, The Associated Press. So what are they doing now? According to the Transportation Security Administration, more than 2 million people were screened at U.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has said Americans should skip Thanksgiving travel and not spend the holiday with people from outside their household. Normally, the deceased would have been buried within a few weeks in a gravesite for the indigent on Hart Island in the Long Island Sound.
Authorities are strictly enforcing a lockdown and nightly curfew after a recent surge in COVID cases. Health authorities announced 1, new coronavirus cases Sunday, along with deaths, five less than the daily record set Saturday. The number of confirmed cases since the start of the pandemic is 91,, with 1, deaths. Arrivals will have to present evidence of a recent negative test for the new coronavirus as well as health insurance.
Those coming from high-risk countries will have to quarantine for 14 days. Chile closed its borders on March 18, two weeks after reporting its first new coronavirus infection. Since then, the nation of some 18 million people has recorded Fauci said a substantial portion of people being hospitalized for the virus are now between the ages of 40 and 59, as well as the elderly and vulnerable.
That includes limiting holiday gatherings to people in the same household if possible, wearing masks, socially distancing and washing hands. Evening lockdowns were introduced over the weekend for the first time since June, with businesses such as restaurants and bars ordered to close. Turkey does not publicly report confirmed coronavirus cases in people without COVID symptoms, a policy that has been criticised for masking the true scope of the national outbreak. Weekends usually see a drop in number of tests performed.
Meanwhile, the autonomous Alpine province of Bolzano said that more than , residents had turned out for voluntary mass COVID screening in a three-day-long campaign, with some 3, of them testing positive. Local officials hpe the high turnout for screening among its , residents and the low percentage of positives will better position the province to be ready again for tourism, a mainstay of the local economy.
Omar Bashir Manis, minister of cabinet affairs, was in good health after testing positive for the virus, the prime minister office said in a statement. Over the past month, acting ministers of finance and health, the central bank governor and two associates to Prime Minister Abdalla Hamdok have tested positive. Sudan has reported more than 15, confirmed cases, including 1, deaths. A Food and Drug Administration advisory committee is set to meet Dec.
Moncef Slaoui, head of the Operation Warp Speed, the coronavirus vaccine program, says plans are to ship vaccines to states within 24 hours of expected FDA approval. Slaoui told CNN he expects vaccinations would begin on the second day after approval, Dec. The French government said in a statement Sunday that about 1, minks have been culled and all animal products have been eliminated in the farm located west of Paris.
France counts four mink farms on its territory. Authorities are still awaiting results for two of them. No virus has been found in the last one, the government said. The move follows virus developments in mink farms in Denmark and other countries including the Netherlands, Sweden and Greece.
In Denmark, a mutation of the virus had been found in several people infected by minks, according to the government which ordered the cull of all 15 million minks. So far French farmers in contact with minks have been tested negative to the virus, the French government said. He says authorities have found 62 clusters of infections over the past two weeks. He says the toughened guidelines will begin Tuesday and go for two weeks. Under it, nightclubs and other high-risk entertainment facilities must shut down and a late-night dining at restaurants will be banned.
South Korea has been experiencing a spike in fresh infection since it relaxed coronavirus restrictions last month. Earlier Sunday, South Korea added new coronavirus cases, bringing the national tally to 30, with deaths. A total of cases have been found in five prisons in different parts of the Indian Ocean island nation.
Of them, are inmates and 43 are prison officers. Sri Lankan prisons are highly congested with more than 26, inmates crowded in facilities designed for 10, Confirmed cases from the two clusters have grown to 16, Among those being treated for the virus, 1, are critical.
On Saturday, tens of thousands attended the funeral of a radical cleric in the eastern city of Lahore, and on Sunday, an alliance of opposition parties holds a rally in the northwestern city of Peshawar. Both events ignore directives of the military-backed National Command and Operation Center, a body assigned the task of controlling the spread of the virus, for people to wear masks, maintain physical distance and avoid large gatherings. The city has suspended classes and shut public venues, telling residents to not gather for dinner banquets.
Local authorities in Shanghai found one more case Saturday after testing 15, people following recent locally transmitted cases. The city is not shutting down its schools, but has locked down specific facilities such as a hospital. It is also testing all residents in the Pudong New Area district. China is already conducting mass testing for up to 3 million residents in the northern city of Tianjin after five cases were found there earlier in the week.
The total number of confirmed cases in China is 86, Japan has had fewer than 2, coronavirus-related deaths so far, avoiding the toll of harder hit nations. But fears are growing about another surge. Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga announced the decision Saturday. But many people had already made travel reservations for this three-day Thanksgiving weekend in Japan. Airports and restaurants have been packed. Some said the government should have offered to pay for cancellations, or stepped up more on PCR testing instead, if the goal is to keep the economy going amid a pandemic.
Tutorials are circulating online on the proper way to eat and drink at restaurants, while wearing masks. The Associated Press. Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador's approval rating has risen to its highest level in a year with barely six months to go before legislative elections, an opinion poll showed on Sunday. The face-to-face survey of 1, Mexicans between Nov. OTTAWA — Businesses struggling to pay the bills because of the COVID pandemic will be able to start applying today for a long-awaited new commercial rent-relief program offered by the federal government.
The new Canada Emergency Rent Subsidy replaces an earlier rent-support program for businesses introduced in the spring that saw little pickup because it relied on landlords to apply for help. The new program will cover up to 65 per cent of rent or commercial mortgage interest on a sliding scale based on revenue declines, with an extra 25 per cent available to the hardest-hit firms.
Federal cabinet ministers will highlight the program during a news conference this morning in which they will also open two initiatives designed to help businesses owned by Black Canadians. The Canadian Federation of Independent Business, which represents thousands of small companies across the country, is welcoming the new rent program as long overdue for firms hard hit by COVID But, as noted in this previous post , things move on.
Another of these institutions, Sinclair Community College , is similarly all-in on the Dayton-renewal effort. More about what Sinclair is doing in an upcoming report. So bringing vitality to this city and region really is an existential question for us. To the best of my knowledge—and that of the Ball State authorities—this is the first time a U. The University of Dayton is a private, Catholic, relatively prosperous research institution, founded by the Marianist Society of Mary order of the church.
Geographically, its lovely main campus is set apart from downtown Dayton and its struggles—across the boundary of an interstate, miles from the main manufacturing centers, in the sylvan riverside area next to where NCR also chose to build its campus.
It conveniently runs the distance from downtown Dayton to the university district—and from the university to the river. How often do you get 38 uncontaminated acres in the middle of a city? Not very frequently, and we are all determined to do this right. Doing it right, in his view, would involve a sustained investment in mixed-income housing, locally focused retail, parks and amenities, and other aspects of the modern urban ideal.
Why bother? I asked Spina why development of Dayton-the-city should be part of his franchise as leader of Dayton-the-private-university. On the university, he said that its Marianist heritage predisposed its students and faculty toward community involvement. They are there to contribute—their knowledge, their skill, themselves—to a team that can address big issues. That is learning to be a leader, in the Marianist way of life.
We have, with grad students and undergrads, more than 11, students. We spend money here. We recreate here. We have an extraordinary research institute, which has grown from employees to about We want this region to be successful, and we believe we can contribute to that.
In this day and age, when fewer institutions seem to have both a longer vision and a sense of connectivity to the local and and a commitment to the public good, I think we have to remember that universities should be committed to the public good. The other topic I asked Eric Spina about was the outlook and self-image of Dayton. What was it like to lead a major institution there, day in and day out?
But all of a sudden, there are successful developers from outside the area who have begun projects here. All of a sudden, many people are living downtown, and even in the suburbs you have this awareness that there are free concerts, restaurants, arts, other interesting things going on downtown. I asked him what he said to prospective faculty members or students, about deciding to commit to this town.
The people here are highly collaborative. They work together and they get things done. And they said: You cry when you hear that you have to move to Dayton. Then you cry when you hear you have to leave. Is this the view of someone with an interest in putting the community in the best light? Of course. Does it fully represent all the outlooks, heartbreaks, and divisions in a still-troubled region?
Of course not. In delaying the transition, the General Services Administration chief appears to be making an ideological choice. Most people in her position—most people who are undermining the rules of their group, destroying their institution, harming their society—are doing so because they have become convinced that they are good people, virtuous people, brave people, dedicated people.
Nothing suggests that Murphy is an exception. Anne Applebaum: History will judge the complicit. Murphy is the director of the General Services Administration, the unglamorous bit of the federal government that actually runs the federal government. Usually, that process also unlocks cooperation between incoming and outgoing officials. Before leaving office in , aides to Barack Obama had prepared thick binders of information and elaborate explanations of the state of the world, including a page playbook for how to manage a pandemic.
One of the most crucial aspects of a functioning democracy is the peaceful transfer of power from one administration to the next. Each of the following five letters, handwritten by an outgoing president and left in the Oval Office for the incoming president to find, reminds us of the sanctity of that fundamental practice.
Reagan wrote to Bush. Bush wrote to Clinton. Clinton to Bush. Bush to Obama. And Obama to Trump. Regardless of party. Regardless of personal beliefs. Each letter humanizes this small but monumental moment in the life of a democracy. After the SARS outbreak of , its staff began specifically preparing for emerging infections. The people on staff had detailed pandemic plans. They ran drills. This might seem like the right operational question, but it is imprecise as a constitutional one.
So the question is not whether Trump can pardon himself. Garrett Epps: Can Trump pardon himself? Facebook and Twitter cracked down on election lies. But true believers can get their misinformation elsewhere. Throughout Election Day, Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube had been cracking down on a flurry of allegations about voter fraud in Arizona; the platforms quickly applied warning labels to new posts containing false or disputed information and reduced the distribution of groups spreading them.
This is just the beginning. Sometimes the caller is a pregnant woman, deciding whether to have an abortion. Sometimes a husband and wife are on the line, the two of them in agonizing disagreement. The president convinced many voters that his response to the pandemic was not a disaster. The psychology of medical fraud is simple, timeless, and tragic.
At some basic level, Americans do seem to agree that the coronavirus is a major threat. Despite attempts to politicize and divide us on the pandemic, we are at least united in anxiety. In September, a survey of almost 4, Americans found that only 12 percent disagreed with requiring masks in public. Fully 70 percent wanted the government to do more to protect people, and only 8 percent wanted it to do less.
Since then, though, the government under President Donald Trump has done less. The U. The Trump administration has continued to downplay and ignore the virus as its spread has accelerated in almost every region of the country. On Wednesday, the U. Field hospitals and makeshift morgues are appearing around the country. Daily death counts have risen to more than 1, T hinking too hard about saliva can really ruin a nice meal.
The most dangerous fraction of the One Percenters are those who also own sports teams. But in these high times of the so-called national passion, we can endure anything so long as we believe that someday our team will be No. Either by carelessness or some grand design, he actually said that it was more important for Mitt Romney than for the Jets — the team he owns, but we live and die for, gamble on, objectify, identify with — to win.
He said his lawyers made him do it. He later settled with his country, which comes first. Not to my credit, I always thought Woody was kind of slow. At breakfast almost a quarter-century ago, I tried to convince him to help fund the nightly public affairs show I was hosting.
He passed and prospered. We stayed on the air for two seasons. The Johnson Jets seem to be an example of a certain style of boneheaded man-crush ownership you see often in New York. A good example is James Dolan, a scion of Cablevision, a rock musician, and owner of the Knicks he let the angel Jeremy Lin fly away.
Dolan hired the Baddest Boy, Isiah Thomas, as coach and executive. Thomas eventually left in the wake of a settled sexual harassment suit. In March , Johnson wrote an article in the Daily Telegraph saying that chlorinated chicken was a "public safety no-brainer" and that health fears over hormone-fed beef were "myths". Johnson did so anyway, unsuccessfully. Who should I talk to, how should I go about doing it? I said, 'You can't, you shouldn't do it.
This is unethical, probably illegal. And then he went and had a meeting with a British minister responsible for Scotland and made the request, or made the suggestion at least. In a statement, the British government said that Johnson "made no request of Mr. Mundell regarding the British Open or any other sporting event"; the statement did not say whether Johnson had raised the subject of Turnberry.
Johnson forced out Lukens several months later, before the scheduled end of his tenure in London. In , Johnson married former fashion model Nancy Sale Johnson. They had three children before divorcing in In early , daughter Casey Johnson died of diabetic ketoacidosis. Media related to Woody Johnson at Wikimedia Commons. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. American businessman and diplomat. Nancy Sale. Suzanne Ircha. The New York Times. Retrieved July 26, New York Times.
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