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Callum Wilson injury update after Bournemouth beat West Ham

Bournemouth beat West Ham 2-0 Eddie Howe’s Bournemouth picked up a huge win on Saturday against West Ham. Bournemouth have been on a poor run of form with four defeats in their last five. However the Cherries finally tasted victory with a 2-0 home win. After a Ryan Fraser cross was heavily deflected, Callum Wilson scored a lovely opener. Josh King sealed the win at the death from a David Brooks assist. The win lifted Bournemouth up to 30 points from 23 games. The Cherries are 12th in the league...
Tags: David Brooks, England, Sport, Bbc, Soccer, Chelsea, Premier League, Liverpool, Bournemouth, West Ham, Eddie Howe, Mohamed Salah, Callum Wilson, Marko Arnautovic, Wilson, Josh King


These Were the Most Popular Posts On Our Sites This Week

Every Friday, we take a look back at the most popular posts of the week across Remodelista, Gardenista, and The Organized Home. Here’s what’s currently trending. Above: ‘Mamma Mia!‘ music producer Nick Gilpin’s historic home in Bath, England, was our most popular post this week. Take the full tour in ‘Mamma Mia’ Music Producer Nick Gilpin’s Stylishly Revived Georgian Manse. Photograph by Paul Massey, courtesy of Howe. More of this week’s most popular: 10 Easy Pieces: The Perfect High-End ...
Tags: Books, Matthew Williams, Brooklyn, Portland, Ikea, Howe, Emily Henderson, Paul Massey, Bath England, Design News, Trending on Gardenista, Storage & Organization, Outdoor & Gardens, Nick Gilpin, Trending on The Organized Home, Remodelista Gardenista


Friday round-up

Yesterday, the challengers in Department of Commerce v. U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York, a dispute over discovery in a challenge to the government’s decision to add a question about citizenship to the 2020 census, asked the justices to dismiss the case, arguing that a district court decision earlier this week that barred the government from adding the question has rendered the Supreme Court case moot. Amy Howe has this blog’s coverage, which first appeared at Howe on th...
Tags: Supreme Court, Law, East Coast, Round-up, Reuters, U S Supreme Court, Lawrence Hurley, Howe, Adam Feldman, Department of Commerce, Andrew Chung, Heritage Foundation, Amy Howe, Ross Guberman, National Law Journal, Tony Mauro


Thursday round-up

For this blog, in a post that first appeared at Howe on the Court, Amy Howe analyzes yesterday’s oral argument in Tennessee Wine & Spirits Retailers Association v. Blair, a challenge to Tennessee’s durational residency requirements for liquor licensing. For The Washington Post, Robert Barnes reports that “Supreme Court justices indicated … that they thought Tennessee’s tough residency requirements for those who want to run liquor stores have more to do with protecting in-state economic interests...
Tags: New York, Supreme Court, Law, Congress, Court, Bloomberg, United States, Tennessee, Medicare, Jackson, Ruth Bader Ginsburg, The Washington Post, Trump, Round-up, Reuters, U S Supreme Court


Challengers urge justices to dismiss census case after district court ruling (Updated)

UPDATE: On Friday, January 18, the Supreme Court announced that it had removed the case from the February argument calendar and suspended the briefing schedule “pending further order of this Court.” Although the justices will not hear oral argument in the case in February, today’s order does not foreclose the possibility that the case could be argued later in the term, at which point the justices could also potentially review the district court’s decision blocking the government from including t...
Tags: Featured, Supreme Court, Law, Commerce, Department Of Justice, Doj, Ross, Gore, Trump, Howe, U S Department of Commerce, Merits Cases, What's Happening Now, Wilbur Ross, John Gore


Challengers urge justices to dismiss census case after district court ruling

On February 19, the Supreme Court is scheduled to hear oral argument in U.S. Department of Commerce v. U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York, a dispute over evidence in a challenge to the Trump administration’s decision to reinstate a question about citizenship on the 2020 census. The justices agreed in November to review the case, but they also rejected the government’s request to put the trial in the case on hold. The district court went ahead with the trial, and on Tuesday...
Tags: Featured, Supreme Court, Law, Commerce, Department Of Justice, Doj, Ross, Gore, Trump, Howe, U S Department of Commerce, Merits Cases, What's Happening Now, Wilbur Ross, John Gore


Bournemouth edging closer to landing Chris Mepham

Howe targeting Brentford’s Mepham BBC’s Simon Stone is on Wednesday reporting that Bournemouth are closing in on a deal for Brentford defender, Chris Mepham. Chris Mepham to @afcbournemouth should be done soon. Eddie Howe been chasing him for three transfer windows now. — Simon Stone (@sistoney67) 16 January 2019 Cherries boss Eddie Howe is said to have been targeting Mepham for around three transfer windows now. Mepham has spent all of his senior career with Brentford after leaving Chelsea...
Tags: Sport, Soccer, Chelsea, Premier League, Liverpool, Real Madrid, Nathaniel Clyne, Bournemouth, West Ham, Burnley, Eddie Howe, Afc Bournemouth, Brentford, Fulham, Isco, Huddersfield Town


Argument analysis: Justices weigh text and history of 21st Amendment in challenge to state residency requirement for liquor licenses

Ratified in 1933, the 21st Amendment ended Prohibition – which (fun fact!) was established by the 18th Amendment, ratified 100 years ago today. It also gave states broad power to regulate alcoholic beverages. At today’s oral argument in Tennessee Wine and Spirits Retailers Association v. Blair, the justices considered exactly how expansive that regulatory power is. In particular, does the 21st Amendment allow Tennessee to impose a two-year residency requirement for anyone who wants a retail lice...
Tags: Amazon, Utah, Featured, Supreme Court, Law, Tennessee, Nashville, Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Memphis, Wilson, Sonia Sotomayor, John Roberts, Phillips, Blair, Howe, Alito


Wednesday round-up

This morning the Supreme Court wraps up its January session with oral arguments in two cases. First on the agenda is a reargument in Knick v. Township of Scott, Pennsylvania, which asks whether the court should reconsider a precedent that requires property owners to exhaust state remedies before bringing federal takings claims under the Constitution. Miriam Seifter had this blog’s preview. Isaac Syed and Yuexin Angela Zhu preview the case for Cornell Law School’s Legal Information Institute. The...
Tags: Supreme Court, Law, Kentucky, Court, United States, Tennessee, Faa, Round-up, TVA, U S Supreme Court, John Roberts, Mark Joseph Stern, Blair, Howe, Ian Millhiser, Samuel Alito


Tuesday round-up

This morning the justices will hear oral argument in two cases. The first is Home Depot U.S.A. Inc. v. Jackson, which involves the ability of a third-party class-action defendant to remove a counterclaim from state court to federal court. Ronald Mann previewed the case for this blog. Basem Besada and Isaac Idicula have a preview for Cornell Law School’s Legal Information Institute, and Subscript Law provides a graphic explainer. [Disclosure: Goldstein & Russell, P.C., whose attorneys contribute ...
Tags: Supreme Court, Law, California, Washington Post, Tennessee, Jackson, Securities And Exchange Commission, Round-up, Whitaker, Robert Barnes, Blair, Michaels, Howe, Carpenter, Department of Health and Human Services, Henry Schein Inc


No action on blockbuster cases

This morning the Supreme Court released another set of orders from the justices’ private conference last week. On Friday, the justices announced that they would add eight cases from that conference to their docket. Today’s list did not grant review in any new cases, but it was perhaps most significant for what it did not do: The justices did not act on a long list of high-profile cases that they considered last week, involving everything from abortion to the Trump administration’s ban on service...
Tags: Texas, Featured, Supreme Court, Law, Kentucky, New York City, Indiana, United States, Lgbtq, White, Trump, U S Supreme Court, Toshiba Corp, Moore, Michaels, Howe


‘Mamma Mia’ Music Producer Nick Gilpin’s Stylishly Revived Georgian Manse

If houses could talk this one might say, “Mamma mia, here we go again.” It sits at the center of a crescent of Georgian dwellings that overlook the historic English city of Bath: Jane Austen would take long walks here for the rarefied air and the views. Used as University of Bath housing for the last 60 years, the building required a tag team of professionals to convert it back to a single family manse. Architect Jonathan Rhind stepped up to the task of removing the institutional additions and r...
Tags: Books, London, France, Britain, Jane Austen, Cornwall, Jack, Mia, Blenheim Palace, NICK, Islington, University Of Bath, Mamma Mia, Jonathan, Howe, Harding


Monday round-up

This morning the justices begin the second week of the January sitting with two oral arguments. First up is Thacker v. Tennessee Valley Authority, in which the court will decide whether an implied discretionary function exception bars a negligence claim against the TVA. Gregory Sisk previewed the case for this blog. Ushin Hong and Russell Mendelson have a preview at Cornell Law School’s Legal Information Institute. This morning’s second argument is in Rimini Street Inc. v. Oracle USA Inc., which...
Tags: Supreme Court, Law, Congress, White House, Court, United States, Wyoming, New York Times, Fox News, Npr, Oklahoma, Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Cornell, Hyatt, Round-up, Reuters


‘Mama Mia’ Music Producer Nick Gilpin’s Stylishly Revived Georgian Manse

If houses could talk this one might say, “Mamma mia, here we go again.” It sits at the center of a crescent of Georgian dwellings that overlook the historic English city of Bath: Jane Austen would take long walks here for the rarefied air and the views. Used as University of Bath housing for the last 60 years, the building required a tag team of professionals to convert it back to a single family manse. Architect Jonathan Rhind stepped up to the task of removing the institutional additions and r...
Tags: Books, London, France, Britain, Jane Austen, Cornwall, Jack, Mia, Blenheim Palace, NICK, Islington, University Of Bath, Mamma Mia, Jonathan, Howe, Harding


Why Callum Wilson missed Everton & Chelsea transfer update

Everton vs Bournemouth Bournemouth travelled to Everton in the first Premier League game of the day. The Cherries started the day in 12th place but needed to win to keep in the running for a Europa League spot. However, Eddie Howe’s side had won just one of their last five league games before facing Everton. Everton have also been on a poor run of form in recent weeks. The Toffees have lost four of their last five Premier League matches and have slipped down to 11th in the table. BOURNEMOUTH, ...
Tags: Sport, Soccer, Chelsea, Premier League, Everton, Bournemouth, West Ham, Eddie Howe, Afc Bournemouth, Smith, Europa League, Toffees, Huddersfield Town, Callum Wilson, Wilsons, Adam Smith


Eight new grants, Ginsburg recovery from surgery “on track”

One day after Politico reported that White House officials were preparing for the possible “death or departure” of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, who had surgery in late December to remove two cancerous growths from her lungs, the Supreme Court announced today that there was no evidence of any other cancer, and that the 85-year-old Ginsburg would not require any further treatment. Ginsburg’s recovery from surgery is “on track,” Supreme Court spokeswoman Kathleen Arberg said in a statement, althoug...
Tags: New York, Featured, Supreme Court, Law, California, White House, Usda, United States, South Dakota, United Arab Emirates, Davis, Wisconsin, Lgbtq, Smith, Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Newton


Eddie Howe gives Bournemouth injury update before Everton

Everton vs Bournemouth Bournemouth travel to Everton on Sunday as they look to put an end to their poor form. The Cherries had an excellent start to the season and at one point looked like competing for 6th place. However, their form has declined recently and Bournemouth now sit 12th in the Premier League. But Eddie Howe’s side are still just four points off 7th place. So, as long as they start to pick up wins soon they could still finish in a European spot. Luckily for Bournemouth, they are ab...
Tags: Sport, Soccer, Premier League, Liverpool, Mauricio Pochettino, Everton, Brighton, Nathaniel Clyne, Bournemouth, Jordan Henderson, Hull City, Eddie Howe, Afc Bournemouth, Goodison Park, Callum Wilson, Wilson


Argument preview: Justices to consider constitutionality of residency requirements for liquor licenses

The Constitution’s 21st Amendment gives states the power to regulate the distribution of alcohol into and within a state, while a doctrine known as the dormant commerce clause (derived from the Constitution’s commerce clause) bars states from discriminating against interstate commerce. Next week the Supreme Court will hear oral argument in a challenge to a Tennessee law that requires anyone who wants a retail license to sell alcohol in Tennessee to have lived there for at least two years. A fe...
Tags: Utah, Featured, Maryland, Supreme Court, Law, Congress, Tennessee, Nashville, Memphis, Knoxville, Howe, U S Court of Appeals, Doug, Asheville North Carolina, David Trone, Alcoholic Beverage Commission


Wednesday round-up

The justices wrap up the first week of the January session today with one oral argument, in Franchise Tax Board of California v. Hyatt, in which the court will consider whether to overrule a precedent that allows a state to be sued in the courts of another state without its consent. Richard Re previewed the case for this blog. Clotilde Le Roy and Jarrett Field have a preview at Cornell Law School’s Legal Information Institute. In his first Supreme Court opinion, Justice Brett Kavanaugh wrote for...
Tags: Supreme Court, Law, Washington Post, Washington, Court, America, Bloomberg, Cnn, New York Times, New Orleans, Fox News, Republican, Economist, Hyatt, Trump, Round-up


Unnamed corporation seeks to file petition for review in grand jury dispute (UPDATED)

UPDATE: Just a few hours after the unnamed corporation appealed to the Supreme Court, the justices denied the company’s request to put the lower court’s order requiring it to provide the information or pay penalties on hold. The justices also vacated the temporary stay that Chief Justice John Roberts had imposed on December 23. There were no recorded dissents from the order, and no explanation for the ruling. However, one factor in the decision whether to grant such a request is whether there is...
Tags: Featured, Supreme Court, Law, Canada, John Roberts, D C Circuit, Howe, Guantanamo Bay Cuba, National Law Journal, Robert Mueller, Tony Mauro, What's Happening Now, Djamel Ameziane


Supreme Court declines to intervene in Virginia redistricting dispute

Today the Supreme Court rejected a request by Virginia legislators to put lower-court proceedings in a case challenging the legislative districts drawn for the state’s House of Delegates as the product of unconstitutional racial gerrymandering – that is, the idea that legislators relied too much on race when drawing the maps — on hold until the justices rule on the case. Today’s order means that a federal district court’s efforts to create a new map, with the assistance of a voting-rights expert...
Tags: Featured, Supreme Court, Law, California, Virginia, House, State, John Roberts, House of Delegates, Howe, Merits Cases, Virginia House of Delegates, Bethune Hill, Court The post Supreme Court


Tuesday round-up

Today the Supreme Court will hear oral argument in two cases. The first is Herrera v. Wyoming, which asks whether the Crow Tribe retains treaty rights to hunt on land in Wyoming’s Bighorn National Forest. Gregory Ablavsky previewed the case for this blog. Cecilia Bruni and Trevor O’Bryan have a preview at Cornell Law School’s Legal Information Institute. At Bloomberg Law, Jordan Rubin reports that this is “the third high court clash this term asking the justices to parse an old treaty’s modern e...
Tags: Supreme Court, Law, Ap, United States, Wyoming, Missouri, House Of Representatives, Davis, Sudan, Usa Today, Donald Trump, Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Doj, The Washington Post, Cornell, Trump


The justices return, without Ginsburg or any new grants (Updated)

[Editor’s Note: This post was updated to cover the four cases in which the Supreme Court asked the U.S. solicitor general to file briefs.] The justices returned to the bench today for the first arguments of the new year. Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, who had surgery on December 21 to remove two cancerous growths from her lungs, was not on the bench this morning; a court spokeswoman indicated that she would still participate in today’s cases based on the briefs and transcripts. The justices issued...
Tags: Texas, Featured, Supreme Court, Law, Virginia, New York City, Court, Georgia, Indiana, United States, Citigroup, Argentina, Ohio, Atkins, Lgbtq, Ruth Bader Ginsburg


Monday round-up

This morning the Supreme Court kicks off the January argument session with oral arguments in two cases. The first is Merck Sharp & Dohme v. Albrecht, which raises questions about whether a state-law failure-to-warn claim is pre-empted by federal law regulating the safety and efficacy of prescription drugs. Elizabeth McCuskey previewed the case for this blog. Garion Liberti and Tayler Woelcke have a preview for Cornell Law School’s Legal Information Institute. The second case today is Obduskey v....
Tags: Texas, Maryland, Supreme Court, Law, Washington Post, Washington, Massachusetts, Bloomberg, Gop, Wyoming, North Carolina, Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Justice Department, Cornell, Trump, Round-up


Neil Warnock labels Liverpool & Nathaniel Clyne a ‘disgrace’ after Bournemouth deal

Liverpool’s Nathaniel Clyne joins Bournemouth Bournemouth have completed a double deal with Liverpool in the January transfer window. The big news is that England striker Dom Solanke has left Anfield in a 19 million deal to join the Cherries. Liverpool signed Solanke for four million pounds from Chelsea. After five appearances and one goal in the Premier League, Liverpool have sold the striker for a huge profit to Bournemouth. Solanke sidelined. "Dominic will miss most of January," Howe told ...
Tags: England, Sport, Bbc, Soccer, Chelsea, Premier League, Liverpool, Tottenham, Nathaniel Clyne, Bournemouth, West Ham, Cardiff, Alexis Sanchez, Anfield, Afc Bournemouth, Jurgen Klopp


The 400-Goal, 1,000-Assist Club

It’s been nearly two months since San Jose Sharks’ grizzled veteran Joe Thornton tallied his 400th career NHL goal on Nov. 13 against the Nashville Predators. While he’s netted another three goals since that game – and currently sits at 403 career goals – it was that one in particular that landed him a spot among some of the games best players. Seen as more of a playmaker, the big forward joined an elite group of 10 other players who’ve scored 400 career goals and 1,000 career assists over their...
Tags: Boston, Toronto, Sport, Wings, Blues, Rangers, Nashville, San Jose, Detroit Red Wings, Penguins, Hockey, NHL, Francis, Detroit, San Jose Sharks, Sharks


Bournemouth new recruit Solanke facing delayed debut

London (AFP) – Dominic Solanke may have to wait until February to make his Bournemouth debut because of a hamstring problem, manager Eddie Howe said on Saturday. Howe insisted the Cherries were well aware of... Visit http://www.majorleaguesoccertalk.com for the rest of the story.
Tags: London, Sport, Soccer, Bournemouth, Eddie Howe, Afp, Howe, Dominic Solanke, Solanke


Bournemouth's new signing Solanke set to miss rest of January

Brighton moved on to the 4th round of the FA Cup following a dominant performance at the Vitality Stadium. Bournemouth manager Eddie Howe does not expect Dominic Solanke to be fit until next month, a day after signing the striker from Liverpool. Solanke, 21, joined the Cherries on Friday in a deal worth £19 million plus add-ons, a source told ESPN FC. "Dominic will miss most of January I would say, because he's got a bit of a hamstring issue," Howe said after Saturday's 3-1 defeat to ...
Tags: Football, Sport, Story, Brighton, Transfers, Bournemouth, Eddie Howe, Afc Bournemouth, English Premier League, ESPN FC, Howe, Dominic, Dominic Solanke, Solanke, Vitality Stadium Bournemouth, Liverpool Solanke


More on today’s orders

This afternoon the justices issued orders from their private conference earlier in the day. In addition to the two partisan-gerrymandering cases set for argument in the March session, the justices also granted review in four other new cases, involving issues ranging from “immoral” copyright marks to  vagueness in a federal criminal law. In Iancu v. Brunetti, the justices will take up a First Amendment challenge to a federal law that bans the registration of “immoral” or “scandalous” trademarks. ...
Tags: Featured, Supreme Court, Law, United States, Davis, Dallas, Howe, U S Court of Appeals, Glover, U S Patent and Trademark Office, U S Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit, Brunetti, Taggart, Lorenzen, Merits Cases, Iancu


Supreme Court to tackle partisan gerrymandering again

Less than six months after sidestepping a ruling on partisan gerrymandering, the justices announced this afternoon that they will once again wade into the thorny issue of when (if ever) state officials violate the Constitution by drawing district lines to favor one political party at another’s expense, this time in cases from North Carolina and Maryland. With the retirement last summer of Justice Anthony Kennedy and his replacement by Justice Brett Kavanaugh, the more conservative court could be...
Tags: Featured, Maryland, Supreme Court, Law, Congress, Pennsylvania, United States, Wisconsin, North Carolina, Antonin Scalia, Howe, William Rehnquist, Stephen Breyer, Gill, Clarence Thomas, Anthony Kennedy