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Man City want to win everything this season: De Bruyne

London (AFP) – Kevin De Bruyne says Manchester City want to reassert their superiority by winning all four major trophies this season. City finished last season with a whimper as they ended 18 points behind... Visit for the rest of the story.
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Has Billionaire Bloomberg ‘Bought’ Biden with $100M Florida Effort?

Joe Biden and His Gift for Gaffes U.S.A. –-( Anti-gun billionaire Michael Bloomberg’s weekend revelation that he will spend $100 million in Florida to secure a win for Democrat Joe Biden has set off alarm bells in the gun rights community, especially after the former vice president went full-bore with a gun control push in reaction to the vicious ambush of two Los Angeles County sheriff’s deputies. Biden’s Twitter rant demanding a ban on so-called “assault weapons” and “high-cap...
Tags: Florida, New York, Texas, Guns, Supreme Court, California, New York City, US, Los Angeles, City, Bloomberg, Joe Biden, Fbi, Chicago, Houston, Biden

Immigration Detention Center in Adelanto on track to expand

The Adelanto ICE Processing Center in San Bernardino County, the largest immigrant detention facility in the country, is set to expand. The Adelanto City Council deadlocked twice early Thursday on votes to approve or kill a plan by the privately-held GEO Group to annex a building that would add 750 beds to a detention facility that currently can hold 1,940 people. City attorney Lloyd Pilchen said the lack of resolution by the council means an earlier ruling by Adelanto’s planning commission will...
Tags: Florida, Politics, News, California, Immigration, California News, San Francisco, City, Sport, Soccer, Tokyo, Evans, Detention, Gerardo Hernandez, Southern California, GEO Group

Pandemic Guggenheim

Only 113 days remain in 2020. This 366 day lap around the sun is about ceding control. And so, while creating the 12th work in my 20-year Guggenheim Painting Series — I embraced our new reality, and went rogue. This was painted entirely with my left hand. First with a brush, then with a palette …
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Clippers secure land for $1.8 billion arena in Inglewood, open wait list for season tickets

The Los Angeles Clippers received final approval from the Inglewood City Council on Tuesday for a $1.8 billion basketball arena and will move forward with construction next year near the site of the city’s new NFL stadium. The project is slated to break ground next summer and open in time for the start of the 2024-25 NBA season. The team’s owners are so confident in their timeline they opened a wait list for season tickets and “other arena experiences.” Murphy’s Bowl, the developer backed by Cli...
Tags: News, NFL, Los Angeles, City, Sport, Soccer, Steve Ballmer, Nba, City Council, Local News, Los-angeles-clippers, Federal Aviation Administration, Lax, Madison Square Garden, LA Clippers, Inglewood

LA leaders to take up fiscal emergency declaration, paving way for employee furloughs

The Los Angeles City Council is set to consider declaring a fiscal emergency on Wednesday, Sept. 2, amid an economic slowdown brought on by safer-at-home orders issued in response to the novel coronavirus pandemic. The declaration would pave the way for a furlough plan estimated to save the city as much as $104 million this fiscal year. It would required that most civilian employees take up to 18 days off starting on Oct. 11, according to estimates by city officials. Just under 1,300 employees h...
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Restraining order issued against Glendora mansion owners after large party there

POMONA — A judge Monday temporarily ruled that the owners of a Glendora mansion my no longer use their property for short-term rentals after a large party was hosted there last month despite concerns by health officials that such events could be spreading grounds for COVID-19. Pomona Superior Court Judge Peter Hernandez issued a temporary restraining order sought by the city of Glendora against the homeowners of the property in the 1100 block of East Sierra Madre Avenue. The TRO is good through ...
Tags: News, California, Government, City, Sport, Soccer, Bell, Pomona, Zhao, Xin, GLENDORA, Short-term-rentals, Peter Hernandez, Top Stories IVDB, Top Stories SGVT, Sierra Madre Avenue

Pop-up picnics are the new millennial brunch

A picnic set-up by Picnics in the City in Houston, Texas. Courtesy of Martha Suarez, Picnics in the City Young adults are turning to picnic rentals during the pandemic.Picnickers told Business Insider the outdoor dining setups allow them to safely socially distance — plus they make for great Instagram photos.To see how demand has changed and what offerings are the most popular, Business Insider spoke with three picnic rental founders from LA to Chicago.Their picnics range in price from $200...
Tags: Brunch, California, Life, La, US, Los Angeles, City, Trends, Chicago, Paris, Millennials, Eiffel Tower, Las Vegas, Houston, Suarez, Malibu

Messi’s Former Agent Expects Him To End Up At Inter Milan

Lionel Messi “already has a new team” and will join Inter instead of Manchester City, according to the agent who instigated his move to Barcelona as a youngster. Messi rocked Barcelona, and all of world football, on Tuesday when the six-time Ballon d’Or winner handed in a transfer request. The 33-year-old is reported to have had a clause in his contract that would allow him to unilaterally terminate their agreement following the 2019-20 season in order to join another club. While it was required...
Tags: England, City, Sport, Barcelona, Soccer, La Liga, Manchester City, Italy, Serie A, Lionel Messi, Transfers, Cristiano Ronaldo, Messi, Inter Milan, Barca, Leo Messi

Amnesia and Disturbance in the American Psyche – Part Six

Antifa Protestors U.S.A. –-( The Destructors of our Nation have created a dangerous illusion, and, through the force of propaganda have force-fed this illusion to the Nation’s people. It is one of systemic racism, endemic in our Nation and, particularly, endemic in the entirety of community police forces. The Destructors of our Nation have created this illusion to divide our Nation; to sow suspicion and enmity, division and divisiveness, confusion and discord between races; and ...
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The City of Chicago: Snapchat: Team Up, Mask Up

To encourage Chicago residents to wear masks when in public, Ogilvy Chicago and the City of Chicago today launched a first-of-its-kind Snapchat augmented reality lens that deploys a new technology that only allows users to unlock the lens when they put on a mask. The social media platform is popular amongst Millennials and Gen Zers, a demographic that has seen a recent rise in COVID-19 cases in Chicago, and therefore the City believes is key to comb...
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Amazon grocery stores are open for online sales, but no in-store shopping

Amazon is expanding its network of cashier-free grocery stores in Southern California but none have opened for in-store shopping. The company’s first-ever supermarket in Woodland Hills was announced last year and has been operating since April — but only for online sales. Additional stores in Northridge, Irvine and Naperville are also filling online orders, although they remain closed for walk-in customers. “No stores are currently open to the public,” Amazon spokeswoman Rachel Hass said via ema...
Tags: Amazon, Food, Business, New York, News, Whole Foods, Los Angeles, City, Sport, Soccer, Southern California, Vons, Kohl, Naperville, Orange County Register, Woodland Hills

Manchester City 2020-2021 Fixtures

Manchester City will skip the opening weekend of the Premier League season and will start the campaign on September 19 at Wolves. Along with neighbors Manchester United, City have been permitted to sit out the first weekend because of their late finish to the 2019/20 season due to their Champions League exertions. City will instead feature just twice in the Premier League in September – the trip to Wolves followed by their first home match of the season against Leicester. An away date at Leeds w...
Tags: City, Sport, Soccer, Chelsea, Premier League, Aston Villa, Liverpool, Southampton, Manchester City, Manchester, Tottenham, Newcastle, Everton, Brighton, Pep Guardiola, Sheffield United

Thursday round-up

The Supreme Court released its November argument calendar, and a new federal death penalty case made its way to the court. The calendar for the November sitting, which the court released Wednesday, contains two blockbuster cases: Fulton v. City of Philadelphia, a religious freedom lawsuit brought by a Catholic organization that was excluded from a city foster-care program because the organization refuses to work with same-sex couples; and California v. Texas, the latest constitutional challenge ...
Tags: Texas, Supreme Court, Law, California, Washington Post, City, New York Times, Philadelphia, Catholic, Oklahoma, Mitchell, Round-up, John Roberts, Fulton, David Cole, Howe

B.N. Nayak, an unsung hero of Indian journalism, one of the pillars on which ‘The Times of India’ stands, departs at 70

“Telling people, who did not know Mr So-and-So was alive, that Mr So-and-So is dead,” is one of the better definitions of the basic functions of journalism. And so it comes to pass that newspaper readers in Mysore, who (mostly) did not know who Mr B.N. Nayak was, are being informed today that B.N. Nayak is no more. *** Although Nityanand Nayak gets the mandatory two-paragraph mention reserved for the dead in newspapers—one para with name, age, occupation, and another para with who he or...
Tags: Travel, Media, City, People, Times, Bangalore, Bombay, Franklyn, Times of India, Kannada, Mysore, The Times of India, Nayak, Mysore-Bangalore, Churumuri, Deccan Herald

LA leaders request state AG review of police shooting involving daughter of union official

The Los Angeles City Council voted Wednesday, Aug. 19, to request that office of state Attorney General Xavier Becerra investigate the fatal shooting of Daniel Hernandez by officer Toni McBride, the daughter of a powerful police union official. City staffers will make a request that Becerra’s office perform an independent review of the April 22 shooting in South Los Angeles, at San Pedro St. and 32nd Street. Typically, independent reviews of shootings by police officers are done by the Office of...
Tags: News, La, Police, Office, City, Sport, Soccer, Lapd, Los Angeles City Council, OIG, Newton, Los Angeles County, McBride, South Los Angeles, Hernandez, AG

De Blasio’s Wife Employs Six Undisclosed Taxpayer-Funded Staffers: Report

New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio's wife, Chirlane McCray, employs at least six staffers whose salaries are paid by taxpayers but are not listed on her official staff roster.The city's first lady's office officially includes eight staffers who all together receive a collective $1.1 million in salaries, The City reported. However, McCray's staff numbered a total of 15 people for much of this year, but the recent departure of a staff member brought the total down to 14 people.The ...
Tags: News, New York City, City, Brooklyn, Bill De Blasio, Chirlane Mccray, De Blasio, McCray, Department of Social Services, Grace Choi, Felicia Lee

Man City v Lyon

Man City boss Pep Guardiola hopes his side's domestic cup success will help them when they face Lyon in the last eight of the reformatted Champions League on Saturday.
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Man City v Lyon: Domestic cup experience could help City - Pep Guardiola

Man City boss Pep Guardiola hopes his side's domestic cup success will help them when they face Lyon in the last eight of the reformatted Champions League on Saturday.
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Manchester City: No Sergio Aguero, no problem against Real Madrid in Champions League

Manchester City's impressive win over Real Madrid shows their strength as a team and ability to win as a group as they head for Lisbon, says ex-City midfielder Michael Brown.
Tags: Football, City, Manchester City, Real Madrid, Sergio Aguero, Lisbon

'No Aguero, no problem for Man City' - where was Real game won and lost?

Manchester City's impressive win over Real Madrid shows their strength as a team and ability to win as a group as they head for Lisbon, says ex-City midfielder Michael Brown.
Tags: News, City, Manchester City, Real Madrid, Man City, Agüero, Lisbon

Manchester City sign Bournemouth’s Ake

London (AFP) – Manchester City on Wednesday announced the signing of Bournemouth defender Nathan Ake on a five-year deal. City agreed a £40 million ($52 million) fee for the Netherlands centre-back, rising to a potential... Visit for the rest of the story.
Tags: London, City, Sport, Soccer, Manchester City, Netherlands, Bournemouth, Nathan Ake, Afp, Ake, AFP Manchester City

Man City v Real Madrid: Gareth Bale left out of Real squad for Champions League tie

Wales forward Gareth Bale is left out of Real Madrid’s 24-man squad for their Champions League last-16 second-leg tie against Manchester City.
Tags: News, Wales, City, Real Madrid, Champions League, Gareth Bale

Symposium: Amid polarization and chaos, the court charts a path toward peaceful pluralism

This article is part of a SCOTUSblog symposium on the Roberts court and the religion clauses. Mark Rienzi is president of the Becket Fund for Religious Liberty, which represents parties or amici in many of the cases described below, including Bostock v. Clayton County, Little Sisters of the Poor v. Pennsylvania, Our Lady of Guadalupe School v. Morrissey-Berru, Espinoza v. Montana Department of Revenue, Fulton v. City of Philadelphia and Tanzin v. Tanvir. Rienzi is also a professor of law at the ...
Tags: Featured, Law, Congress, Montana, City, Css, Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Catholic, Smith, Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Kennedy, Small, American Legion, Harvard Law School, Sonia Sotomayor

California Withholds Virus Money From 2 Defiant Cities

SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) — Gov. Gavin Newsom is using new powers to withhold money from two cities in California’s Central Valley that are defying his health orders by allowing all businesses to open during the pandemic. Newsom blocked nearly $65,000 from Atwater in Merced County and more than $35,000 from Coalinga in Fresno County, the first installments of $2.5 billion in federal funds that cities and counties across the state risk losing if they don’t toe the line on coronavirus safeguards. Th...
Tags: News, California, City, City Council, Central Valley, Gavin Newsom, Health And Human Services, Sacramento Calif, Creighton, Merced County, Fresno County, Newsom, Office of Emergency Services, Atwater, Brian Ferguson, Coalinga

Virginia Shows that State Firearms Preemption is Essential

The NRA reports that a court has partially ceased some of the new unconstitutional gun laws in Virginia. IMG iStock-884220580 U.S.A. -( Much like the rest of the country, Virginians have been buying firearms at a tremendous pace. According to data from the Virginia State Police, there was a 158 percent increase in firearm transactions in June 2020 when compared with June 2019. This came after a nearly 100 percent increase in May 2020 over May 2019. Moreover, research from the Nat...
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IL FOID Card Fiasco: SAF, ISRA Sue Over Delay of Government Permission Slip Approvals

Check out our Daily Gun Deals page for more savings! IL FOID Card Fiasco: SAF, ISRA Sue Over Delay of Government Permission Slip Approvals USA – -( For the second time this year, the Second Amendment Foundation and Illinois State Rifle Association (ISRA) have joined forces in a federal lawsuit against the Illinois State Police over firearms issues, this time asking the court to force the agency to comply with state law on delivering Firearm Owner Identification (FOID) cards wit...
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Homeless woman found dead on Venice Beach

VENICE — Authorities on Thursday identified a homeless woman whose body was found on a beach in the Venice area and continued their efforts to determine her cause of death. Miriam Montufar, 48, was pronounced dead near the 1800 block of Ocean Front Walk about 5:50 a.m. Tuesday, according to the coroner’s office and the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department. Sheriff’s detectives were sent to the scene to investigate. Related Articles LA county directs federal virus-relie...
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LA county directs federal virus-relief dollars toward $800 million plan to house homeless

Los Angeles County leaders on Tuesday, July 21 directed more than $111 million in federal coronavirus-relief funds toward a three-year plan to house 15,000 people experiencing homelessness. The federal relief funds will be part of a $308 million infusion of county dollars into the $800 million COVID-19 Recovery Plan, which calls for quickly housing people now sheltered at hotels, under a program known as Project Roomkey, as well as others who remain on the streets. Homeless services officials es...
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