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CNN —Forty-six people are in custody and four police officers were injured following “disgusting and highly dangerous scenes” which took place ahead of Aston Villa’s 2-1 Europa Conference League win against Legia Warsaw on Thursday, West Midlands Police said. There can never be a place for such appalling behaviour, and this is something ourselves and the wider community should never have to experience.”Legia Warsaw fans clash with police outside Villa Park in Birmingham. “The lack of cooperation and prevarication from Legia Warsaw officials prior to the match was entirely unacceptable and deeply disappointing,” said Chris Heck, president of business operations at Aston Villa. Paul Childs/Action Images/ReutersPrior to the game, Legia Warsaw had published a statement claiming that Aston Villa “refuse[d] to allocate tickets for away supporters in line with UEFA regulations for the UEFA Europa Conference League Match. Thursday's match was played in front of an empty away end in Villa Park.
Persons: Tim Robinson, Carl Recine, , Aston Villa, Chris Heck, Paul Childs, Aston Villa “, Dariusz Mioduski, , Villa, ” Villa, James Baylis Organizations: CNN, Europa Conference League, Legia Warsaw, West Midlands Police, Safety Advisory Group, Aston Villa, UEFA, ” Legia Warsaw, prevarication, Legia, ” Police, Villa Park, UEFA Europa Conference League, AZ Alkmaar, Villa, Getty Locations: Aston, Villa, Birmingham, UK, Polish, Netherlands, Villa Park
(Photo by Rodin Eckenroth/Getty Images)In a year stained by boycotts, protests and heightened consumer choice, hundreds of companies came through for LGBTQ+ equality, according to a leading advocacy group. The Human Rights Campaign Foundation awarded 545 companies with a perfect score on its annual Corporate Equality Index, which evaluates U.S. based companies that opt into the survey on their policies for LGBTQ+ equality. More than 800 of the 1,384 companies scored earned at least 90 of the possible 100 points. When the index first began in 2002, only 13 companies earned the highest score. Target scored a 95 this year, while Anheuser-Busch scored a 75.
Persons: Rodin Eckenroth, they're, Kelley Robinson, Robinson, JPMorgan Chase, Salesforce, Busch, Target, Brian Cornell, we've, Bud, influencer Dylan Mulvaney Organizations: Rights, Foundation, Employees, Cola, JPMorgan, HRC, Target, Anheuser, Nike Locations: Hollywood , California
REUTERS/Kacper Pempel/Illustration/File Photo Acquire Licensing RightsWASHINGTON, Nov 29 (Reuters) - A cyber extortion gang suspected of being an offshoot of the notorious Russian Conti group of hackers has raked in more than $100 million since it emerged last year, researchers said in a report published on Wednesday. An attempt to reach Black Basta via its darkweb site was not immediately successful. Elliptic cofounder Tom Robinson said the massive haul made Black Basta "one of the most profitable ransomware strains of all time." "Conti was perhaps the most successful ransomware gang we've seen," Robinson said. The latest findings suggest "some of the individuals responsible are replicating its success with the Black Basta ransomware."
Persons: Kacper, Russian Conti, Tom Robinson, Robinson, Conti, Black Basta, we've, Basta, Raphael Satter, James Pearson, Gerry Doyle Organizations: REUTERS, Rights, Insurance, U.S . Treasury, Thomson Locations: Russian, bitcoin, Black, Russia, Ukraine, London
Global temperatures and greenhouse gas emissions continue to break records, with no continent left untouched by more frequent and intense extreme weather events. MoneyClimate finance is always a hotly debated talking point at the U.N. summit and COP28 promises to be no different. She anticipated three main debates around the use of oil, gas and coal — the burning of which is the chief driver of the climate crisis. "So, one is this 'phase out' or 'phase down' [of fossil fuels]. There is no credible scenario where CCS will allow continued use of fossil fuels, let alone expanding oil and gas.
Persons: Sean Gallup, HENRY NICHOLLS, Henry Nicholls, COP28, Alex Scott, Rich, Sultan al, Jaber, LUIS TATO, Luis Tato, Melanie Robinson, Robinson, Sultan Al Jaber, Francois Walschaerts Organizations: AG, Getty, United Arab Emirates, InterContinental, Fossil, Energy Intelligence, Afp, Organization for Economic Cooperation, Development, Getty Images, Abu, Abu Dhabi National Oil Company, Climate, World Resources Institute, CNBC, CCS Locations: Salzgitter, Germany, Dubai, Bonn, COP28, London, AFP, E3G, Egypt, COP27, UAE, Garissa, Africa, El Nino, Abu Dhabi, WRI, Brussels
The Singapore-based company has not determined the size of the deal or the valuation at IPO. The online fast-fashion retailer, which manufactures most of its merchandise in China, faces criticism that Uyghur forced labor is used to make its low-priced apparel and home goods. Earlier this year, the congresswoman led a bipartisan call for the SEC to halt Shein’s IPO until it verifies that the company does not use forced labor within its supply chain. Shein did not immediately respond to a request for comment, but the company has previously told Reuters it has “zero tolerance for forced labor” and has no contract manufacturers in Xinjiang. Shein's IPO is "going to be raising issues (for the SEC) that may later be applied across the board to all China-based or China-related companies that are going public," Penick said.
Persons: Chen Lin, Shein confidentially, Shein, Jennifer Wexton, Megan Penick, Robinson, Penick, Republican Sen, Marco Rubio, , Rubio, Chris Smith, Smith, ByteDance's TikTok, Group's, Katherine Masters, Arriana, Michael Martina, Marguerita Choy Organizations: REUTERS, Bloomberg, Beijing, U.S . Securities, Exchange Commission, SEC, Reuters, Reuters Graphics, Capitol Hill, Republican, Congressional, Commission, Oritain, U.S, Thomson Locations: Singapore, China, New York, U.S, Beijing, Washington, China's Xinjiang, Xinjiang, India
The world is heading for considerably less warming than projected a decade ago, but that good news is overwhelmed by much more pain from current climate change than scientists anticipated, experts said. Even though emissions of heat-trapping gases are still rising every year, they’re rising more slowly than projected from 2000 to 2015. “It requires the tearing out the poisoned root of the climate crisis: fossil fuels,” said United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres. Guterres, numerous climate scientists and environmental activists all say what’s needed is a phase-out — or at the very least a phase-down — of coal, oil and gas. “This is throwing the global energy transition and humanity’s future into question.”___Read more of AP’s climate coverage at
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MIAMI (AP) — Giannis Antetokounmpo scored 33 points, Damian Lillard added 32 and the Milwaukee Bucks rallied in the fourth quarter to beat the Miami Heat 131-124 on Tuesday night and clinch a home quarterfinal game in the NBA In-Season Tournament. Khris Middleton scored 17, Malik Beasley had 16 and Brook Lopez added 12 for the Bucks, who won East Group B with a 4-0 record. Bam Adebayo scored 31 points for the Heat, who got 21 from Kyle Lowry and 20 from Josh Richardson. Jaime Jaquez Jr. and Caleb Martin each scored 14 and Duncan Robinson added 13 for the Heat. Political Cartoons View All 1270 ImagesThe Bucks lost Pat Connaughton to a sprained right ankle late in the second quarter.
Persons: — Giannis Antetokounmpo, Damian Lillard, Khris Middleton, Malik Beasley, Brook Lopez, Bam Adebayo, Kyle Lowry, Josh Richardson, Jaime Jaquez Jr, Caleb Martin, Duncan Robinson, Jimmy Butler, Haywood Highsmith, Butler, Pat Connaughton, Lowry, Lillard, Richardson, Erik Spoelstra, ___ Organizations: MIAMI, Milwaukee Bucks, Miami Heat, NBA, Bucks, East Group, Boston, Indiana, Heat, Miami, Los Angeles Clippers, Orlando, Bulls, Clippers, Milwaukee Locations: York, Las Vegas, Miami’s, Miami, Chicago
They broke a record held by North Carolina, which had 23 consecutive double-digit wins over nonconference opponents in 2008 and 2009. UConn: The Huskies' nonconference schedule gets much tougher in the coming weeks with games against No. UConn shot 45.7% from the floor, but was just 4 of 28 from 3-point range (14.3%). UP NEXTNew Hampshire: The Wildcats continue a three-game swing through Connecticut with a game at Sacred Heart on Thursday. UConn: The Huskies travel to Lawrence, Kansas to take on the Jayhawks on Friday.
Persons: STORRS, , , , Dan Hurley, Donovan Clingan, Cam Spencer, Tristen Newton, Samson Johnson, Jaxson Baker, Ahmad Robinson, Clarence Daniels, Spencer, Baker, Clingan, Nathan Davis, Gonzaga, ” Clingan, ___ Organizations: New Hampshire, Huskies haven't, Big, New, New Mexico State, Huskies, Newtown, Connecticut, Rutgers, UConn, Wildcats, UConn outrebounded New, NEXT, Jayhawks, AP Locations: Conn, New, New Mexico, North Carolina, Lawrence , Kansas, New Hampshire, Connecticut, Hampshire, Kansas, Carolina, UConn outrebounded New Hampshire
March against antisemitism draws 50,000 in London
  + stars: | 2023-11-26 | by ( Natalie Thomas | )   time to read: +2 min
[1/4] Demonstrators march against the rise of antisemitism in the UK, during a temporary truce between the Palestinian Islamist group Hamas and Israel, in London, Britain November 26, 2023. REUTERS/Susannah Ireland Acquire Licensing RightsLONDON, Nov 26 (Reuters) - An estimated 50,000 demonstrators against antisemitism marched in London on Sunday to protest against a rise in hate crimes against Jews since the attack by Hamas militants on Israel in October and Israel's subsequent bombardment of Gaza. Protestors carried placards bearing the messages "Shoulder to shoulder with British Jews" and "Zero tolerance for antisemites." Organisers of the demonstration had asked Robinson not to attend because of the distress his presence was likely to cause. Police estimated 45,000 people marched in the demonstration on Saturday while it said 50,000 took part in Sunday's protest.
Persons: Susannah Ireland, Avraham El Hay, Kate Worth, Tommy Robinson, Robinson, Natalie Thomas, William Schomberg, Louise Heavens Organizations: Hamas, REUTERS, Palestinian, London's Metropolitan Police, Police, Cable Street, Thomson Locations: Palestinian, Israel, London, Britain, Gaza, London's
March against antisemitism draws thousands in London
  + stars: | 2023-11-26 | by ( Natalie Thomas | )   time to read: +2 min
[1/4] Demonstrators march against the rise of antisemitism in the UK, during a temporary truce between the Palestinian Islamist group Hamas and Israel, in London, Britain November 26, 2023. REUTERS/Susannah Ireland Acquire Licensing RightsLONDON, Nov 26 (Reuters) - Thousands of demonstrators against antisemitism marched in London on Sunday to protest against a rise in hate crimes against Jews since the attack by Hamas militants on Israel in October and Israel's subsequent bombardment of Gaza. Protestors carried placards bearing the messages "Shoulder to shoulder with British Jews" and "Zero tolerance for antisemites." Organisers of the demonstration had asked Robinson not to attend because of the distress his presence was likely to cause. Reporting by Natalie Thomas and William Schomberg, Editing by Louise HeavensOur Standards: The Thomson Reuters Trust Principles.
Persons: Susannah Ireland, Avraham El Hay, Kate Worth, Tommy Robinson, Robinson, Natalie Thomas, William Schomberg, Louise Heavens Organizations: Hamas, REUTERS, Palestinian, London's Metropolitan Police, Police, Thomson Locations: Palestinian, Israel, London, Britain, Gaza, London's
DENVER (AP) — Cleveland quarterback Dorian Thompson-Robinson was evaluated for a head injury Sunday after he took a hard hit from Denver linebacker Baron Browning in the third quarter against the Broncos. Thompson-Robinson was hit just below his chin as he released a pass. Cleveland has already lost starting QB Deshaun Watson to a season-ending shoulder injury. The Browns were trailing 17-12 and facing a third-and-12 at their own 23-yard line with 22 seconds left in the third quarter when Thompson-Robinson was hurt. He was looking for an open receiver when Browning closed in and planted his shoulder in Thompson-Robinson's upper chest.
Persons: — Cleveland, Dorian Thompson, Robinson, Baron Browning, Thompson, Browning, . Walker, Cleveland, Deshaun Watson, Robinson's Organizations: DENVER, Broncos, Browns Locations: Denver, Thompson
NHL roundup: Lightning's Andrei Vasilevskiy wins season debut
  + stars: | 2023-11-25 | by ( )   time to read: +12 min
Jake DeBrusk and Danton Heinen scored for Boston, which had gained points in seven straight games since a 5-4 loss in Detroit on Nov. 4. Kiefer Sherwood had a goal and two assists for the Predators, who won their fourth straight game. Ryan Nugent-Hopkins scored one goal and added two assists, while Evander Kane and Evan Bouchard also scored for the Oilers. Johnathan Kovacevic also scored and Cayden Primeau made 31 saves for Montreal, which won its second straight road game. Kirill Kaprizov had a goal and an assist and Joel Eriksson Ek also scored for Minnesota, which lost its sixth straight game.
Persons: Andrei Vasilevskiy, James Guillory, Nikita Kucherov, Steven Stamkos, Brandon Hagel, Luke Glendening, Hagel, Stefan Noesen, Michael Bunting, Antti Raanta, Vasilevskiy hadn't, Conn Smythe, Kevin Korchinski, Connor Bedard's, Ilya Samsonov, Korchinski, Jason Dickinson, Arvid Soderblom, Nicholas Robertson, Calle Jarnkrok, Ryan Reaves, Max Domi, Alex DeBrincat, Compher, Robby Fabbri, Dylan Larkin, David Perron, Shayne Gostisbehere, Ville Husso, Jake DeBrusk, Danton Heinen, David Pastrnak, Jeremy Swayman, Mika Zibanejad, Chris Kreider, Zibanejad, Kreider, Igor Shesterkin, Sean Couturier, Luke Evangelista, Filip Forsberg, Louis, Kiefer Sherwood, Ryan O'Reilly, Yakov Trenin, Spencer Stastney, Alexandre Carrier, Kevin Lankinen, Pavel Buchnevich, Robert Thomas, Jake Neighbours, Kevin Fiala, Cam Talbot, Anze Kopitar, Arthur Kaliyev, Quinton Byfield, Adrian Kempe, Trevor Moore, Drew Doughty, Kopitar, Marcel Dionne, Radko Gudas, Alex Killorn, John Gibson, Elvis Merzlikins, Merzlikins, Jack Hughes, Jesper Bratt, Eric Robinson, Boone Jenner, Alexander Holtz, Akira Schmid, Leon Draisaitl, Connor McDavid, Stuart Skinner, Ryan Nugent, Hopkins, Evander Kane, Evan Bouchard, Zach Hyman, Charlie Lindgren, Cole Caufield, Jesse Ylonen, Johnathan Kovacevic, Cayden Primeau, William Eklund, Tomas Hertl, Mike Hoffman, Mackenzie Blackwood, Eklund, Nick Suzuki, Hoffman, Ylonen, Blackwood, Connor Hellebuyck, Nino Niederreiter, Nikolaj Ehlers, Adam Lowry, Hellebuyck, Sergei Bobrovsky, Aleksander Barkov, Blake Coleman, Elias Lindholm, Yegor Sharagovich, A.J, Greer, Adam Ruzicka, Calgary's Mikael Backlund, Nazem Kadri, Andrew Mangiapane, Jacob Markstrom, Wyatt Johnston, Jason Robertson, Joe Pavelski, Jamie Benn, Evgenii, Jake Oettinger, Kurtis MacDermid's, Ross Colton, Valeri Nichushkin, Alexandar Georgiev, Kirill Kaprizov, Joel Eriksson Ek, Filip Gustavsson, Alex Tuch, Jeff Skinner, Tuch, Kyle Okposo, Victor Olofsson, Ukko, Pekka Luukkonen, Sidney Crosby, Lars Eller, Alex Nedeljkovic, Mathew Barzal, Anders Lee, Kyle Palmieri, Oliver Wahlstrom, Simon Holmstrom, Alexander Romanov, Brock Nelson, Semyon Varlamov, Drake Batherson, Tim Stutzle, Mathieu Joseph, Anton Forsberg, Sam Lafferty, Thatcher Demko, Teddy Blueger, Dakota Joshua, Nils Hoglander, Ilya Mikheyev, Nils Aman, Conor Garland, Tye Kartye, Joey Daccord Organizations: Tampa Bay, Carolina Hurricanes, PNC Arena, Tampa Bay Lightning, Tampa, Hurricanes, NHL, Blackhawks, Maple Leafs, Chicago, Toronto, Red Wings, Bruins, Detroit, Boston, Rangers, Flyers, Philadelphia, Metropolitan Division, Blues, Nashville, St, Predators, Ducks, Los, Anaheim, The Buffalo Sabres, Kings, Blue Jackets, Devils, Oilers, Capitals, Edmonton, Washington, Canadiens, Montreal, San, Jets, Panthers, Winnipeg, The Jets, Vezina, Florida, Flames, Calgary, Dallas, Stars, Avalanche, Colorado, Minnesota, Penguins, Buffalo, Pittsburgh, Sabres, Islanders, Senators, Ottawa, Canucks, Vancouver, Seattle, Thomson Locations: Raleigh , North Carolina, USA, Raleigh, N.C, Tampa Bay, Toronto, Detroit, New York, Los Angeles, Columbus, Newark , N.J, Jose, San Jose, Winnipeg, Sunrise, Fla, Florida, Saint Paul, Dakota
7 Texas overwhelmed Texas Tech 57-7 on Friday night to reach the Big 12 championship game. Leaving with Oklahoma for the Southeastern Conference after this season, Texas (11-1, 8-1), has won six straight since a loss to Oklahoma. We couldn't afford to stub our toe again.”Every Monday after the loss, Sarkisian told his players that their game that week was a Big 12 championship game. Texas Tech, which converted 6 of 8 fourth-down attempts while beating Texas last season, failed on its only attempt of the first half Friday. Texas: Awaits an opponent for the Big 12 championship game Dec. 2.
Persons: — Keilan Robinson, Bert Auburn, , Steve Sarkisian, we're, , Sarkisian, ” Sarkisian, Behren Morton, Quinn Ewers, Ewers, Tahj Brooks, Joey McGuire, Drae McCray, Brooks, Morton, Auburn wasn't, Robinson, Jett Bush, McGuire, they've, Arch Manning, Peyton, Eli, Waits Organizations: Texas Tech, Big, Southeastern Conference, Oklahoma, Texas, Red Raiders, ” Texas Tech, Auburn, Tech, Longhorns, University of Texas, Longhorn, NEXT Texas Tech, AP Locations: AUSTIN, Texas, Oklahoma, Arlington, . Texas, Lubbock, ” Texas
The Cowboys (8-3) extended their longest home winning streak in 42 years to 13 games. Prescott threw for 331 yards in his fifth consecutive game with at least two TD passes, one shy of his career best. Bland came into the game sharing the NFL record with Philadelphia’s Eric Allen (1993), Kansas City’s Jim Kearney (1972) and Houston’s Ken Houston (1971). GETTING WOBBLYDallas kicker Brandon Aubrey missed an extra point for the second consecutive game. Cowboys: Seattle next Thursday in the second of three consecutive home games.
Persons: — DaRon Bland, Dak Prescott, Sam Howell, CeeDee, Prescott, Rico Dowdle, KaVontae Turpin, Bland, Jahan Dotson, Terry McLaurin, Brian Robinson Jr, Bland sidestepped, Philadelphia’s Eric Allen, Jim Kearney, Ken Houston, Brandon Aubrey, Aubrey, Dallas, ___ Organizations: Dallas Cowboys, Washington, The Cowboys, Dallas, Cowboys, NFC East, Carolina, PATs, New York Giants, NFL, Miami, Dolphins, Seattle Locations: ARLINGTON , Texas, Kansas
Detroit (8-2), Cleveland (7-3), Jacksonville (7-3) and Houston (6-4) are currently in playoff position with a chance to end their droughts. Detroit has won just one playoff game since winning the NFL championship in 1957, nearly a decade before the first Super Bowl was played following the 1966 season. DeVito's victory was particularly noteworthy, as he managed to throw three TD passes and post a 137.7 passer rating despite getting sacked nine times against Washington. Purdy is 40 for 51 for 629 yards, six TDs, no interceptions and a 157.3 passer rating the past two weeks for the highest passer rating ever in a two-start stretch. Bland tied an NFL record last week by returning his fourth interception for a touchdown this season.
Persons: Bill Belichick, C.J ., Patrick Mahomes, Mahomes ’, QBS Cleveland's Dorian Thompson, Robinson, Tommy DeVito, QBs, Arizona's Clayton, hasn't, Dave Krieg, DeVito, PURDY, Brock Purdy, Purdy, Drew Brees, Joe Montana, Josh Allen, HOUSE, DaRon Bland, Bland, Eric Allen, Jim Kearney, Hall, Hall of Famer Ken Houston, Davante Adams, DeAndre Hopkins, ___ Organizations: NFL, Lions, Detroit, Browns, Cleveland, Jaguars, AFC, Super, Texans, SECOND, Kansas City Chiefs, Kansas City, Chiefs, Super Bowl, Baltimore Ravens, Denver Broncos, Dolphins, New York Giants, Washington, PURDY San Francisco, 49ers, Miami, Dallas, Hall of Famer, Jets Locations: Arizona, Cleveland, Jacksonville, Houston, C.J . Stroud
Pro Picks is a weekly column where AP Pro Football Writer Rob Maaddi shares his picks for upcoming games. Political Cartoons View All 1265 ImagesJared Goff bounced back from three picks to lead Detroit to a comeback win over Chicago last week. Jordan Love rallied the Packers to a comeback win last week over the Chargers. COWBOYS, 31-16SAN FRANCISCO at SEATTLELine: 49ers minus 7The 49ers (7-3) are healthy and back to playing at a championship caliber. VIKINGS, 24-21Last week: Straight up: 8-6.
Persons: Rob Maaddi, Jared Goff, Jordan Love, FanDuel, Kenny Pickett, Jake Browning, Joe Burrow, it’ll, Josh Allen, Geno Smith, Tua, Aaron Rodgers, Tim Boyle, Zach Wilson, Mac Jones, Bailey, Tommy DeVito, QB C.J ., DeMeco Ryans, Desmond Ridder, Derek Carr, Winston, Bryce Young, Carolina’s, Shaquille Leonard, Patrick Mahomes, They’ve, Aidan O’Connell’s, Kyler Murray, QB Dorian Thompson, Robinson, Myles Garrett, Russell Wilson, Mark Andrews, Justin Herbert can’t, Joshua Dobbs, Justin Field, ___ Organizations: AP Pro Football, Detroit Lions, Lions, Green Bay Packers, NFC, Chicago, Packers, Chargers, The Packers, Dallas, Washington, San, Seattle, LIONS, PITTSBURGH, CINCINNATI Line, Steelers, Bengals, BEST BET, STEELERS, BUFFALO, PHILADELPHIA, Eagles, Super Bowl, Kansas City, Chiefs, 49ers, Bills, WASHINGTON, DALLAS Line, Cowboys, Philadelphia, Giants . COWBOYS, FRANCISCO, SEATTLE Line, Seahawks, Rams, 49ERS, MIAMI, NEW YORK JETS Line, Dolphins, Jets, DOLPHINS, NEW YORK, Line, Patriots, Giants, PATRIOTS, JACKSONVILLE, HOUSTON Line, AFC South, Jaguars, Texans, JAGUARS, ORLEANS, ATLANTA Line, Falcons, New Orleans . FALCONS, Panthers, Titans, Tennessee, Chicago . TITANS, TAMPA BAY, Pro, Buccaneers, BUCCANEERS, LAS VEGAS, Raiders, CHIEFS, ANGELES RAMS, ARIZONA, Cardinals, RAMS, CLEVELAND, DENVER Line, Broncos, Browns, BRONCOS, LOS ANGELES CHARGERS, Ravens, underachieving Chargers, RAVENS, MINNESOTA, Vikings, Bears, Detroit, VIKINGS Locations: Minnesota, Detroit, San Francisco, Washington, New York, QB C.J . Stroud, New, CAROLINA, TENNESSEE, Chicago, TAMPA, INDIANAPOLIS, KANSAS, BALTIMORE, CHICAGO
NBA roundup: Hornets work OT to snap Celtics' streak
  + stars: | 2023-11-21 | by ( )   time to read: +5 min
Ex-Celtic Gordon Hayward had 20 points. Boston's Payton Pritchard added 21 points. Kentavious Caldwell-Pope supplied 20 points for the Nuggets, who snapped a four-game road losing streak. Williamson scored 18 points in the second quarter to help the Pelicans take a 13-point halftime lead, and Ingram scored 18 third-quarter points as the lead expanded to 31 at the end of the period. Karl-Anthony Towns added 20 points for Minnesota, which won for the ninth time in its past 10 games.
Persons: Charlotte ,, Miles Bridges, Sam Sharpe, Charlotte, LaMelo Ball, Celtic Gordon Hayward, Bridges, Jayson Tatum, Boston's Payton Pritchard, Reggie Jackson, Nikola Jokic, Michael Malone, Jokic, Kentavious Caldwell, Pope, Cade Cunningham, Marvin Bagley III, Giannis Antetokounmpo, Antetokounmpo, Damian Lillard, Khris Middleton, Jordan Poole, Kyle Kuzma, dishing, Bam Adebayo, Duncan Robinson, Robinson, Jaime Jaquez Jr, Jimmy Butler, Coby, Nikola Vucevic, Brandon Ingram, Zion Williamson, Williamson, Ingram, Harrison Barnes, De'Aaron Fox, Sabonis, Anthony Edwards, Karl, Anthony Towns, Rudy Gobert, Jalen Brunson, Julius Randle, Immanuel Quickley, Mitchell Robinson, Paul George, Kawhi Leonard, Norman Powell, Daniel Theis, Harden, Russell Westbrook, Keldon Johnson, Cedi Osman, phenom Victor Wembanyama, Stephen Curry, Klay Thompson, Alperen Sengun, Fred VanVleet, Jabari Smith Organizations: Charlotte Hornets, Boston Celtics, Spectrum Center, USA, Hornets ., Celtic, Celtics, Nuggets, Pistons, Denver, Detroit, Bucks, Wizards, Washington, Bulls, Chicago, Pelicans, Timberwolves, Knicks, Minnesota, New, Clippers, Spurs, San Antonio, Warriors, Rockets, Golden State, Houston, Thomson Locations: Charlotte, Charlotte , North Carolina, USA, Milwaukee, Miami, New Orleans, Minnesota, New York, Minneapolis, Los Angeles, Antonio, Golden, San Francisco, California
Earn 75,000 bonus miles! Free flights! The enticements for credit card rewards programs promise fantasies. But as the Opinion Video above explains, that lunch — or that points-purchased round-trip ticket to the Seychelles — isn’t really free. Which raises the question: Who’s paying for it?
Locations: Seychelles
CNN —The US Men’s National Team suffered a shock 2-1 defeat to Trinidad and Tobago in the second leg of its CONCACAF Nations League quarterfinal, but survived the upset to reach the semifinals 4-2 on aggregate. Dest, who assisted Robinson’s opening goal, picked up his first booking for deliberately kicking the ball into the stands in frustration at a refereeing decision. After the match, Dest issued an apology on social media and called his actions “immature.”“I want to apologize to my teammates, staff, fans and whole nation for my behaviour,” he wrote on Instagram. “There’s not too many things that I can say here, publicly, that we said privately,” Ream told reporters after the game. This year’s CONCACAF Nations League also acts as the qualifiers for the expanded 2024 Copa América, which will take place in the United States.
Persons: Antonee Robinson, Dest, Robinson’s, , Tim Ream, “ There’s, ” Ream, it’s, John Dorton, Reon Moore, Alvin Jones Organizations: CNN, US Men’s National, CONCACAF Nations League, Fulham, Getty, US, América, CONCACAF Locations: Trinidad and Tobago, Texas, United States
Dest, 23, assisted Antonee Robinson's opening goal before being sent off in the 39th minute. Trinidad levelled minutes later, with Alvin Jones giving them the lead in the 57th minute. Berhalter said he does not want this situation to become a "witch hunt" and that Dest had apologised to the team. He's going to learn, he's going to grow. "It's something I have to learn from and it won't happen again!," Dest said.
Persons: Sergiño Dest, Andre Raymond, Scott Wachter, Gregg Berhalter, Sergino, Antonee Robinson's, Alvin Jones, that's, Berhalter, it's, Dest, he's, Instagram, Pearl Josephine Nazare, Robert Birsel Organizations: Men's National, Concacaf Quarterfinal, Q2, CONCACAF Nations League, America, Thomson Locations: Austin , Texas, USA, Trinidad, Tobago, Trinidad and Tobago, U.S, Austin, Trinidad . Dest, Bengaluru
Forget whipping out your phone to show off your family photos or tucking a loved one’s face into a locket around your neck. What if you could wear your favorite memories on your back? “Every house in the township where I’m from has family photos on display, and it’s a source of pride,” Mr. Magugu said. Mr. Magugu had hoped for 50 orders, to break even. Instead he received a few hundred, from people all around the world (Michelle Obama ordered one with a photo of her mother, Marian Robinson).
Persons: Thebe Magugu, , , Mr, Magugu, Michelle Obama, Marian Robinson Locations: African, I’m
PITTSBURGH (AP) — The Pittsburgh Steelers fired embattled offensive coordinator Matt Canada on Tuesday, two-plus years into a tenure in which the team struggled to generate points and yards with regularity. The Steelers (6-4) have remained in playoff contention in spite of an offense that ranks 28th in yards and points. Political Cartoons View All 1260 ImagesPerhaps most damning for Canada is the way quarterback Kenny Pickett's growth has stagnated. The emergence of the run game last winter fueled a 7-2 push that helped Canada keep his job. But with Pickett seeming to regress and options becoming increasingly limited, Tomlin decided there was only one big move left.
Persons: Matt Canada, Mike Tomlin, Canada's, Tomlin, Najee Harris, Diontae Johnson, Kenny Pickett's, Pickett, , Mike Sullivan —, Pickett —, Dorian Thompson, Robinson, Thompson, ___ Organizations: PITTSBURGH, The Pittsburgh Steelers, Steelers, Cleveland, Browns, Tennessee, New York Giants, Cincinnati, Pittsburgh Locations: Cleveland, Canada, Green, Tampa Bay, New England, Arizona, Indianapolis, Pittsburgh
The Americans held on to win the total-goals series 4-2 and earn spots in the 16-nation Copa América and the CONCACAF Nations League semifinals. As a team, the players, the staff, we need to hold him accountable.”Dest will be suspended for the Nations League semifinal in March. He missed this year’s Nations League final after getting a red card and a three-game ban for scuffling in the semifinal against Mexico. He’s going to learn. He’s going to grow.
Persons: Sergiño Dest, Tim Ream, , ” Ream, Antonee Robinson, didn’t, Walter López, Andre Rampersad, “ It’s, Gregg Berhalter, ” Dest, López, Gio Reyna, Ream, Reyna, Turner, that’s, ” Berhalter, we’re, it’s, , Michael Kammarman, Philippe Moggio, Alvaro Urrutia, Moggio, Urrutia, “ Serge, he’s, Berhalter, He’s, we’ve, Paul Caligiuri’s, Robinson, Shannon Gomez, Denzil Smith, ” Robinson, ___ Organizations: Copa América, Trinidad, CONCACAF Nations League, U.S, Dest, Nations League, year’s Nations League, Mexico, CONCACAF Locations: United States, Port, Spain, U.S, Austin , Texas, Guatemalan, ” U.S, Costa Rica
CNN —Tens of thousands of people are heading to Dubai in early December for COP28, the annual international climate summit convened by the United Nations. While the science behind human-caused climate change was still young, scientists knew even then it would be life-changing. The controversy at COP28The climate summit is hosted at a different location each year. “It tells us clearly that the world is not on track to achieve our global climate goals,” Melanie Robinson, the global climate program director for the World Resources Institute, told CNN. A major debate among the parties has been whether to “phase out” or “phase down” fossil fuels.
Persons: John Kerry, Ian Langsdon, , United Arab Emirates —, Critics, Al Jaber, Britain's King Charles III, COP28, Sultan Ahmed al Jaber, Aaron Chown, John Kerry —, Al Jaber’s, King Charles III, Pope Francis, Joe Biden, China’s, Jinping, Biden, Xi, Larry Fink, It’s, ” Melanie Robinson, ” Robinson, , Maya Siddiqui, Nate Warszawski, , CNN’s Ivana Kottasová Organizations: CNN, COP28, United Nations, Getty, UN, “ Conference, United, United Arab Emirates, Minister of State, Abu Dhabi National Oil Company, Buckingham Palace, US, Publishing, decarbonize, Wall, BlackRock, World Resources Institute, Bloomberg, World Bank Locations: Dubai, Le Bourget, Paris, AFP, Berlin, COP21, United Arab, UAE, Abu Dhabi, Buckingham, France, Germany, Japan, Hami city, Xinjiang province, China, Saudi Arabia, Syria, Russia, Iran, Israel, Egypt, COP27
NFL roundup: Lions storm back in fourth, stun Bears
  + stars: | 2023-11-20 | by ( )   time to read: +10 min
Jared Goff, who threw a season-high three interceptions, engineered two fourth-quarter scoring drives and finished with 236 yards passing and two touchdowns for Detroit (8-2). Wilson completed 27 of 35 passes for 259 yards in the Broncos' fourth consecutive victory. Joshua Dobbs completed 20 of 32 passes for 221 yards, one touchdown and one interception for Minnesota (6-5). Giants 31, Commanders 19Tommy DeVito threw three touchdown passes and the New York defense forced six turnovers in a victory over Washington in Landover, Md. Bills 32, Jets 6Josh Allen threw three touchdown passes and Buffalo avenged a Week 1 loss to New York with a victory in Orchard Park.
Persons: David Montgomery, David Reginek, Jared Goff, Justin Fields, DJ Moore, Goff, Jameson Williams, Sam LaPorta, Aidan Hutchinson, Fields, Russell Wilson lobbed, Courtland, Sutton, Wilson, Joshua Dobbs, Dobbs, Dorian Thompson, Robinson, Dustin Hopkins, Pittsburgh . Thompson, Deshaun Watson, Jaylen Warren, Warren, Kenny Pickett, Dak Prescott, Tony Pollard, Prescott, Carolina's, DaRon Bland, Bryce Young, Young, Jordan Love, Love, Christian Watson, Love's, Jayden Reed, Aaron Jones, Emanuel Wilson, Justin Herbert, Keenan Allen, Joey Bosa hobbled, C.J . Stroud, Stroud, Tank Dell, Devin Singletary, Murray, Trevor Lawrence, Calvin Ridley, Will Levis, Tua Tagovailoa, Jalen Ramsey, Tyreek Hill, Hill, Tagovailoa, Aidan O'Connell, Davante Adams, Antonio Pierce, Tommy DeVito, Isaiah Simmons, Sam Howell, Howell, Saquon Barkley, DeVito, Brock Purdy, Brandon Aiyuk, Purdy, Christian McCaffrey, George Kittle, Tampa Bay's Baker Mayfield, Mike Evans, White, Josh Allen, Joe Brady, Ken Dorsey, Allen, Zach Wilson, Tim Boyle, Boyle, Lucas Havrisik, Geno Smith, Jason Myers, Kenneth Walker III, Cooper, Smith, Matthew Stafford, Royce Freeman Organizations: Detroit Lions, Chicago Bears, Ford Field, Bears, Detroit, Chicago, Broncos, Vikings, Courtland Sutton, Denver, Minnesota, Browns, Steelers, Pittsburgh, UCLA, Cleveland, Cowboys, Panthers, Dallas, Carolina, Packers, Chargers, Los, Green, Texans, Cardinals, Houston, Arizona, Jaguars, Titans, Jacksonville, Tennessee, Dolphins, Raiders, Miami, Las Vegas, Miami Gardens, NFL, Las, Giants, New, Washington, 49ers, Buccaneers, Tampa, Bills, Jets, Buffalo, AFC East, Miami . New, Rams, Seahawks, Seattle, Thomson Locations: Detroit , Michigan, USA, Montgomery, Cleveland, Charlotte, N.C, Green, Los Angeles, Angeles, Miami, Fla, Tyreek, Las Vegas, New York, Landover, Md, DeVito, Francisco, Tampa Bay, Santa Clara, Calif, Tampa, Orchard Park, Miami . New York, Inglewood , Calif
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