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Chelsea’s plan to avoid paying Antonio Conte full £9million compensation

Chelsea put their case to Premier League managers’ arbitration tribunal Chelsea are looking to avoid paying Antonio Conte his full £9million compensation package by arguing he didn’t act ‘in the best interests of the club’. Conte took charge of the club after Jose Mourinho was sacked by Chelsea following his third stint at the Blues. In his first season, Conte guided Chelsea to a Premier League title and did so in very impressive fashion. However, his second season certainly didn’t go to plan. ...
Tags: Sport, Soccer, Chelsea, Premier League, Liverpool, Champions League, Diego Costa, Jose Mourinho, Stamford Bridge, Chelsea FC, Times, Roma, Costa, Tbt, Maurizio Sarri, London England

"John McCain received the fake and phony dossier. You hear about the dossier? It was paid for by Crooked Hillary Clinton."

"And John McCain got it. And what did he do? He didn’t call me. He turned it over to the FBI hoping to put me in jeopardy...."Trump explains why he didn't like John McCain. It's about more than the dossier. President Trump on John McCain: "I gave him the kind of funeral that he wanted, which as president I had to approve. I don't care about this. I didn’t get thank you. That's ok. We sent him on the way, but I wasn't a fan of John McCain." — CSPAN (@cspan) March 20, 2...
Tags: Law, Fbi, Nyt, John Mccain, Times, Trump, McCain, Ann Althouse, Trump rhetoric, Christopher Steele, Crooked Hillary Clinton, The Dossier, McCain post-mortem

What media bias?

“journalism”: Reporters at the Times have made 100 FOIA requests since Trump took office just over two years ago, a 669 percent increase of the number of FOIA requests it made during the four years of Obama’s second term.
Tags: Guns, Obama, Uncategorized, Times, Trump

Border Patrol Releases Migrants, Citing Lack of Space in Detention Centers

U.S. Customs and Border Patrol on Tuesday released 50 migrants recently detained at the border near Mcallen, Texas due to a lack of space in the Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) detention centers they would otherwise be sent to while awaiting their asylum hearings.CPB officials told the Los Angeles Times that the migrants released Tuesday represent just the first wave of a group of hundreds whom they will be forced to release in the coming days due to a lack of resources.Border Patrol s...
Tags: News, Homeland Security, CBP, Nielsen, Times, Border Patrol, Los Angeles Times, Trump, U S Customs, Carlos Diaz, McAllen, Customs Enforcement ICE, McAllen Texas, House Committee on Homeland Security, CPB, Kirstjen Nielsen

The First FDA-Approved Drug For Postpartum Depression Is Here — But There's A Catch

The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has approved the first drug to treat postpartum depression. According to the New York Times, on Tuesday, the FDA approved a drug called brexanolone to treat postpartum depression in adult women. The drug will be administered via injections into an IV and will be marketed under the name Zulresso.According to the Times, brexanolone — a synthetic form of the hormone allopregnanolone, a derivative of progesterone — begins to work to treat moderate to severe p...
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Jose Mourinho & fouling Leo Messi: Chelsea’s 2006 scouting notes vs Barcelona leaked

2006: Chelsea vs Barcelona Chelsea’s scouting notes from their Champions League match against Barcelona in 2006 have been leaked online in the past few days. That season Barcelona beat Chelsea 3-2 on aggregate. After a 1-1 draw at the Camp Nou, Barcelona won 2-1 at Chelsea. Author of the Chelsea notes Jose Mourinho was in charge of Chelsea at the time. However the Special One didn’t write these scouting notes. Instead, as confirmed in the Times, that job was left to André Villas-Boas, who com...
Tags: Sport, Barcelona, Soccer, Chelsea, Jose Mourinho, Luis Suarez, Messi, Times, Man United, Ronaldinho, FC Porto, Mourinho, Fc Barcelona, Leo Messi, André Villas Boas, Carles Puyol

Man United’s Marcus Rashford has been injured since Liverpool

England vs Czech Republic England take on the Czech Republic on Friday night at Wembley. This is Three Lions’ opening match of the Euro 2020 qualifiers. Gareth Southgate’s side will be back in action next Monday when they head to Montenegro. Man United’s Marcus Rashford injured since Liverpool There are doubts whether Man United striker Marcus Rashford will be fit for the England game against the Czechs. As confirmed in the Times on Wednesday, Rashford has been nursing an injury since the Liv...
Tags: England, Sport, Barcelona, Czech Republic, Soccer, Chelsea, Premier League, Manchester United, Liverpool, Tottenham, Wembley, Bournemouth, Jose Mourinho, Gareth Southgate, Three Lions, Harry Kane

Tottenham vs Everton: Why the FA issued Mauricio Pochettino with a harsher punishment

Everton’s Marco Silva fined after Newcastle Everton manager Marco Silva has been fined by the FA. As confirmed on Tuesday, “Marco Silva has been fined £12,000 following an Independent Regulatory Commission hearing”. [1/2] Marco Silva has been fined £12,000 following an Independent Regulatory Commission hearing today [19/03/2019]. — FA Spokesperson (@FAspokesperson) March 19, 2019 The Portuguese boss has been punished for his outburst after Everton’s recent 3-2 def...
Tags: Sport, Soccer, Chelsea, Liverpool, Southampton, Spurs, Tottenham, Newcastle, Mauricio Pochettino, Everton, Fa, Burnley, Times, Pochettino, St James Park, Mike Dean

Arsenal consider shock appointment of former Tottenham employee

Arsenal are considering the appointment of Tottenham Hotspur’s former Head of Recruitment Paul Mitchell, according to the Times. The Gunners looked set to land Monchi following his departure from AS Roma, however, he instead returned to Sevilla. The north London club have now turned their attention elsewhere in their search for a new technical director. Arsenal consider appointing Tottenham’s former Head of Recruitment LONDON, ENGLAND – MARCH 02: Unai Emery, Manager of Arsenal pats Lucas Torr...
Tags: London, Germany, Sport, Soccer, Tottenham Hotspur, Southampton, Wembley Stadium, Italy, Spurs, Tottenham, Arsenal, Mauricio Pochettino, Paul Mitchell, Times, Sevilla, Roma

Food writer Mark Bittman "has bounced around since leaving The Times."

"He spent less than a year at Purple Carrot, a vegan meal-kit start-up. He wrote a column for New York Magazine and Grub Street. He started a newsletter. He posted recipes on his personal website. All along, he said, he had the idea of creating his own publication.... Salty, which is making its debut on Tuesday, will comprise recipes, stories related to food and more. 'There’s a large part of me that wants people to be interested in food agriculture, or policy, or kids, or immigrants, or race,' ...
Tags: Food, Law, Restaurants, New York Times, Nyt, Times, New York Magazine, Jim Crow, Black, Cornell University, Charlotte, Ritz Carlton, Mark Bittman, William Barber, Purdue University, Michael Lynn

Apple is pitching its new subscription service as a savior to journalism, but publishers say its logic is flawed

Apple is set to launch a new all-you-can-read news subscription service along with other services at a big event next week. Critics of the plan say while Apple is pitching itself as a savior to the publishing industry with the new service, its logic is flawed. They say Apple is pointing to Apple Music as evidence of its subscription know-how. Big news publishers are said to be sitting it out because Apple’s financial and data-sharing terms are seen as unfavorable to them. Conversely, a publish...
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Facebook Admits Mosque Shooting Video Was Viewed At Least 4,000 Times

The video was viewed about 4,000 times before Facebook removed it. Then the social media platform had to contend with more than a million attempted re-uploads.(Image credit: Vincent Thian/AP)
Tags: Facebook, News, Times

Following the Money, a Grand Old Art Fair Moves With the Times

Tefaf Maastricht is Europe’s largest marketplace for old-master paintings and antiques. The problem is that most collectors nowadays want contemporary art.
Tags: Art, Europe, News, Times, Antiques, Wright, European Fine Art Fair, Joseph (1734-97, TEFAF (The European Fine Art Fair Stichting, Canaletto (1697-1768

Arsenal’s double rejection may be good news for Steve Morrow

Arsenal’s recruitment problems A hot topic over the past few days have been Arsenal’s reported ongoing search to appoint a director of football. 2018-19 has been a season of transition at the Emirates Stadium. Unai Emery has succeeded Arsene Wenger, while Ivan Gazidis left Arsenal to join AC Milan. In other behind the scenes moves, recruitment guru Sven Mislintat lasted a short while in north London before he decided to jettison out of the Gunners. Monchi & Marc Overmars Over the weekend, Ars...
Tags: London, Sport, Ajax, Soccer, Premier League, Arsenal, Arsene Wenger, Times, Sevilla, Ac Milan, Ivan Gazidis, Leeds, Tony Adams, Morrow, Marc Overmars, Overmars

Sir Jim Ratcliffe, Roman Abramovich & Chelsea’s £2.5 billion price tag

Roman Abramovich & Chelsea How interested is Roman Abramovich in Chelsea these days? Turn back the clock a few years, and Chelsea’s billionaire Russian owner was regularly in attendance at Stamford Bridge. However Abramovich is now a stranger in west London. That follows visa problems with the UK Home Office. For months there have been rumours that Abramovich is interested in selling Chelsea. On Tuesday those rumours have surfaced again in the Times. Sir Jim Ratcliffe & Chelsea’s £2.5 billion ...
Tags: UK, London, Sport, Britain, Soccer, Chelsea, Manchester, Roman Abramovich, Stamford Bridge, Times, Dynamo Kyiv, Jim Ratcliffe, Cesar Azpilicueta, Abramovich, Ratcliffe, Abramovich Chelsea

Boeing and the FAA were reportedly told about issues with the 737 Max software 4 days before the plane's 2nd deadly crash (BA)

The Seattle Times says it identified flaws in an internal safety analysis of the 737 Max's MCAS software and had presented them to Boeing and the Federal Aviation Administration four days before the second fatal crash in five months involving the plane model. According to The Times, internal documents from Boeing misrepresented some features of the software being investigated as a possible cause in both the recent Ethiopian Airlines crash and that of Lion Air in October. MCAS is designed to pi...
Tags: US, Trends, The Times, Ethiopia, Times, Faa, Boeing, Federal Aviation Administration, Ethiopian Airlines, Lion Air, Seattle Times, Dennis Muilenburg, MCAS

Black Editor Resigns From AL Newspaper Urging The KKK To ‘Night Ride Again’

LINDEN, Ala. (AP) — An African-American woman who took over the helm of a small-town Alabama newspaper that recently called for the Ku Klux Klan to “ride again” has stepped down after a few weeks, citing interference from the newspaper’s owner. Elecia R. Dexter told The New York Times on Friday that she stepped down because of continuing interference from the newspaper’s owner who had published the KKK editorial. Dexter said she wanted to maintain her “integrity and well-being.” “I would have ...
Tags: News, Alabama, Kkk, The New York Times, Republican Party, Times, South, Dexter, Ku Klux Klan, Sutton, Klan, Summer Concepcion, Goodloe Sutton, Elecia R Dexter, Elecia Dexter, AP story

New research shows how The New York Times, Economist, New Yorker and other top online subscription publishers stack up

Lots of news publishers are looking to digital subscriptions to supplement their ad revenue. A new survey for Business Insider by Dynata found most subscribers pay for one or two subscriptions and most of them are subscribing to just three papers. That suggests it will be hard for other publishers to make significant inroads in the market. Ad revenue alone won't pay the bills, so lots of publishers are jumping on the subscription bandwagon. New York Media, Condé Nast, BuzzFeed, Vox Media, and...
Tags: Trends, New York Times, Times, Wall Street Journal, Vox Media, Newman, Nast, The New York Times Washington Post, Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism, Dynata, New York Media Cond, Nic Newman, New York Times Economist New Yorker

Feds Raided Office Of Trump Fundraiser Elliott Broidy In Money Laundering Probe

A sealed search warrant obtained by ProPublica shows federal agents scoured Elliott Broidy’s office for documents related to China, Saudi Arabia and a Miami Beach club promoter. Federal authorities raided the office of Republican fundraiser Elliott Broidy last summer, seeking records related to his dealings with foreign officials and Trump administration associates, according to a sealed search warrant obtained by ProPublica. Agents were authorized to use the megadonor’s hands and face to un...
Tags: New York, News, Instagram, Washington Post, Saudi Arabia, White House, China, Los Angeles, Fbi, United States, New York Times, Paris, Middle East, The Times, Playboy, Times

Apple is reportedly 'squeamish' about how iPhones and Macs are being featured in its new TV shows

Apple is expected to unveil its streaming service later this month, along with a crop of original series. The hands-on approach of Apple executives has been noted by some producers. The New York Times now reports that executives have given notes on how Apple products like iPhones are portrayed. Apple is expected to unveil its new streaming service complete with original content later this month. The build-up has been intense, with Apple plugging $1 billion into original series and wrangling b...
Tags: Apple, Cook, Reese Witherspoon, Trends, New York Times, Tim Cook, Times, Louis Vuitton, Dre, Jennifer Anniston

Marko Arnautovic may be stuck at West Ham

West Ham 4 – Huddersfield 3 West Ham narrowly avoided a shock defeat to Huddersfield in the Premier League on Saturday. With 15 minutes left in the match, Huddersfield were 3-1 up at the London Stadium. Karlan Ahearne-Grant’s double after Juninho Bacuna had levelled a Mark Noble penalty left Huddersfield on the verge of just their fourth Premier League win all season. But that win never materialised as West Ham staged a late recovery. Angelo Ogbonna scored West Ham’s second, before sub Javier H...
Tags: Scotland, Sport, Soccer, Premier League, Liverpool, West Ham, Huddersfield, Times, Manuel Pellegrini, Gary Neville, Angelo Ogbonna, Mark Noble, Marko Arnautovic, Javier Hernandez, Guangzhou Evergrande, Arnautovic

Bad for Fulham: Man City’s quadruple injury boost

Fulham vs Man City When the Premier League restarts at the end of the month, Fulham return to action against Man City. Fulham appear dead-certs for the drop to the Championship. The Cottagers are second bottom of the division on just 17 points from 31 matches. On Sunday Fulham were beaten 2-1 at home by Liverpool. That result lifted Liverpool above Man City into first place in the league. City are two points behind the Reds, but the Sky Blues have a gave in hand. Man City’s quadruple injury bo...
Tags: Wales, City, Sport, Soccer, Chelsea, Premier League, Liverpool, Manchester, Swansea, Pep Guardiola, John Stones, Fulham, Times, Man City, Reds, Gary Neville

Man, 50, held as police link Surrey Tesco stabbing to far right - The Times

Man, 50, held as police link Surrey Tesco stabbing to far right   The Times A 50-year-old man was arrested on suspicion of attempted murder after going on a rampage with a baseball bat and a knife that the police said had the ...
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Donations Preceding Cindy Yang’s Trump Photo-Op Raise Possibility She Broke Law

Cindy Yang, the South Florida businesswoman whose ties to President Donald Trump and the Chinese government were brought to light after the prostitution-related arrest of Patriots owner Robert Kraft, got a signed picture with the President after potentially engaging in illegal campaign finance practices, The New York Times reported Saturday. While there was no concrete evidence in the Times’ report that Yang committed a criminal violation, the circumstances surrounding her photo-op with Trump...
Tags: News, New York Times, Times, Donald Trump, Republican National Committee, Trump, Rnc, South Florida, Yang, Palm Beach Gardens, Robert Kraft, Mar-a-lago, Matt Shuham, Cindy Yang, Bingbing Peranio, Peranio

Trump Defends Fox News Host Reportedly Suspended For Islamophobic Remarks

As his chief of staff defended him against charges of Islamophobia on Sunday, President Donald Trump defended a Fox News anchor who was reportedly suspended for Islamophobic remarks. Bring back @JudgeJeanine Pirro. The Radical Left Democrats, working closely with their beloved partner, the Fake News Media, is using every trick in the book to SILENCE a majority of our Country. They have all out campaigns against @FoxNews hosts who are doing too well. Fox ….. — Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrum...
Tags: News, Nbc News, Cnn, United States, New York Times, Cbs, Fox News, Times, Donald Trump, Islamophobia, Trump, Donald J Trump, Tucker, Brennan, Fox News Host, Jeanine Pirro

Ryan Babel’s Virgil Van Dijk ‘weakness’ comments come to the fore after Fulham’s equalizer vs Liverpool

The comments of Fulham attacker Ryan Babel regarding a ‘weakness’ in Virgil Van Dijk’s game have been garnering plenty of attention this afternoon. Fulham vs Liverpool Liverpool travelled to Craven Cottage a short time ago, for a Premier League clash with struggling Fulham. The visitors headed into the matchup full of confidence, having secured their place in the quarter-finals of the Champions League with an impressive 3-1 victory at German champions Bayern Munich on Wednesday night. In addit...
Tags: London, Sport, Soccer, Premier League, Liverpool, Manchester City, Champions League, Bayern Munich, James Milner, Sergio Aguero, Jurgen Klopp, Fulham, Times, Roberto Firmino, Virgil Van Dijk, Sadio Mane

Shocker for Man City: FIFA transfer ban threat like Chelsea

Chelsea’s FIFA transfer ban Will Chelsea be allowed to sign any players this summer? Chelsea have been hit with a FIFA transfer ban which is supposed to be in play for the next two windows. On the face of it, Chelsea cannot add any new recruits until the summer of 2020. The transfer ban was impose on Chelsea in respects of breaches in signing up minors. Atletico Madrid, Real Madrid and Barcelona have all be hit with similar bans in the past. For the record, Chelsea are appealing the decision. ...
Tags: Sport, Barcelona, Soccer, Chelsea, Manchester City, Swansea, Fifa, The Times, Pep Guardiola, Robin Van Persie, Mesut Ozil, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, Times, Man City, Pep, Atletico Madrid Real Madrid

Online shoppers face rationing to stop no-deal Brexit hoarding of food and water - The Times

Online shoppers face rationing to stop no-deal Brexit hoarding of food and water   The Times Supermarkets are preparing to introduce rationing for online shoppers to prevent panic buying in the event of a no-deal Brexit, The Sunday Times can reveal.
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The academic at the heart of the Cambridge Analytica privacy scandal is suing Facebook for defamation

Aleksandr Kogan, who created an app that enabled Cambridge Analytica to collect personal details of millions of Facebook users, sued Facebook for defamation on Friday, The New York Times reported.  Kogan alleged that Facebook defamed him when it said he lied about how the data collected by the app would be used. He previously said that Facebook and Cambridge Analytica used him as a "scapegoat." The academic who created an app allowing Cambridge Analytica to collect personal detail...
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Weirdo O’Rourke

Friends of the young Bill Clinton and Barack Obama spoke of the special glow of promise they had about them, even back in their early twenties. Angels sat on their shoulders. History gave them a wink and said, “Hey, good lookin’, I’ll be back to pick you up later.”Robert O’Rourke? Not so much. He was just a weirdo. That isn’t my word, it’s how his friends saw him. “You’re supposed to make friends with future secretaries of state, not weirdo musicians,” one O’Rourke pal, Adam Mortimer, told the N...
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