West Ham United v Tottenham Hotspur Pochettino: Kane’s the best striker in the world & I’m in love with him! Goal Last updated 2 years ago 22:21 23/9/2017 FacebookTwitterRedditcopy Comments(0) West Ham United v Tottenham Hotspur Harry Kane West Ham United Tottenham Hotspur Premier League Tottenham’s star striker netted a brace against West Ham on Saturday, and his manager feels lucky to have the 24-year-old on his side Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino did not hold back in his praise for Harry Kane, saying he is “in love” with the in-form striker and calling him the best in the world.Kane scored a pair of first-half goals on Saturday, as Tottenham jumped out to a three-goal lead at West Ham before holding on for a 3-2 victory. Brighton 6/1 to beat Newcastle 1-0 Article continues below Editors’ Picks ‘I’m getting better’ – Can Man Utd flop Fred save his Old Trafford career? Why Barcelona god Messi will never be worshipped in the same way in Argentina Lyon treble & England heartbreak: The full story behind Lucy Bronze’s dramatic 2019 Liverpool v Man City is now the league’s biggest rivalry and the bitterness is growing After a slow start to the season Kane is back to his usual scoring exploits, having now netted doubles in three of his last four games in all competitions. At his post-match press conference Pochettino was asked if Kane was the best striker in England, and the Argentine manager went one step farther. “No, not only in England but in the world,” Pochettino said. “For me he’s the best striker in the world. I’m in love with him as the fans are.”The 24-year-old England international took his Premier League season tally to four goals in six matches with the double. “He’s great. He’s fantastic. It’s difficult to find different words [to describe him],” Pochettino told Sky Sports.”He’s a great striker. His mentality is fantastic. He’s so humble. I think yes, I am in love with him. You can feel that.”Spurs looked to be cruising to victory after Kane’s double and Christian Eriksen’s strike put them up 3-0 in the 59th minute. But a pair of West Ham goals and a 69th-minute red card for Serge Aurier meant Tottenham had to sweat out their eventual victory. “I think we were better,” Pochettino said. “When we played with 10 men, they started to move the ball. They are so strong there, we suffered a bit, it is true.”But I think overall, we played much better. The good thing I’ve seen is that the team competed.”The team fought, played well, and created chances. The three points are very important for us.
zoom French offshore vessel contractor Bourbon Corporation announced that it will sell 41 supply vessels from the 65 traditional vessel fleet owned by Bourbon Marine & Logistics as they cannot be connected within the group’s smart shipping program.The program will connect the Bourbon Marine & Logistics’ fleet of 132 supply vessels, known as the “smart fleet”.The move will see some EUR 75 million (USD 92 million) being invested over three years, the final objective being to cut vessel operating costs.As the vessels will be sold at the current market price, the company expects the planned disposal of vessels to result in an impairment loss of about EUR 170 million (USD 209.3 million) in the 2017 financial statements.The smart shipping project is part of Bourbon Corporation’s action plan dubbed #BOURBONINMOTION.“As the market cycle has bottomed out, Bourbon must focus more than ever on operational excellence, fleet utilization rates, cost reduction program and free cash flow preservation. However, we need to go even further, because market overcapacity is driving prices down sustainably and we believe that tomorrow will look very different from yesterday. The crisis has highlighted the need to change our model and this is what the #BOURBONINMOTION plan is all about,” Gaël Bodénès, Bourbon’s Chief Executive Officer, said.The action plan also includes reorganization of the corporation’s structure into three affiliates: Bourbon Marine & Logistics, Bourbon Subsea Services and Bourbon Mobility.These three entities will be able to implement their own strategies and will have their own management teams whose CEO will report to a Board of Directors.Bourbon said that the 2017 financial statements are currently being finalized and have not been audited yet. That being said, the company expects that due to the challenging market conditions it will report a consolidated net loss for 2017 of around EUR 600 million, compared to a net loss of EUR 279.6 million in 2016.With a positive free cash flow 2017 expected over EUR 100 million, showing a strong growth over the previous year (EUR 64.7 million in 2016), BOURBON expects to benefit from the forecast recovery of the OSV sector.
LOS ANGELES, Calif. – While political battles raged, viewers overwhelmingly cast their TV votes for football.Eight of the 10 most popular telecasts last week were NFL and college games or related programs, according to Nielsen ratings released Tuesday.NBC’s “Sunday Night Football” Green Bay-New England contest was the top-rated NFL game of the season on any channel, the network said. More than 23 million viewers saw the England Patriots’ 31-17 victory over the Packers.CBS was the No. 1 network among all viewers last week, powered by the Alabama-LSU game and the Crimson Tide’s 29-0 victory over the Tigers. The prime-time match-up drew 11.5 million viewers.A pair of top 10 series, “The Big Bang Theory” and “NCIS,” also helped boost CBS, which ranks as the most-watched network for the season so far and the leader for the last 10 consecutive seasons.But NBC is only about 230,000 viewers behind, the closest the peacock network has been to CBS at this point since 2001. It went on to win the 2001-02 season with series including “Friends” and “ER” and the Winter Olympics.CBS earned last week’s top spot with a prime-time average of 8.02 million viewers. NBC had 7.83 million viewers, ABC had 4.28 million, Fox had 5.52 million, Univision had 1.37 million, Telemundo had 1.23 million, ION Television had 1.17 million and the CW had 990,000.ESPN was the week’s most popular cable network, averaging 2.54 million viewers in prime time. Fox News Channel had 2.47 million viewers, MSNBC had 1.85 million, Hallmark had 1.81 million and USA had 1.19 million.ABC’s “World News Tonight” topped the evening newscasts with an average of 8.28 million viewers. NBC’s “Nightly News” had 8.06 million and the “CBS Evening News” had 6.06 million.For the week of Oct. 29-Nov. 4, the top 10 shows, their networks and viewerships: “NFL Sunday Night Football: Green Bay at New England,” NBC, 23.68 million; “NFL Sunday Post Game,” Fox, 17.8 million; “Sunday Night NFL Pre-Kickoff,” NBC, 17.4 million; “The Big Bang Theory,” CBS, 12.65 million; “NCIS,” CBS, 12.3 million; “The OT,” Fox, 12.1 million; “Football Night in America,” NBC, 11.7 million; “Home Depot Prime College Football: Alabama at LSU,” CBS, 11.5 million; “Fox Thursday Night Football: Oakland at San Francisco,” Fox, 11.1 million; “NFL Regular Season: New England at Buffalo,” ESPN, 11.07 million.___ABC is owned by The Walt Disney Co. CBS is owned by CBS Corp. CW is a joint venture of Warner Bros. Entertainment and CBS Corp. Fox is owned by 21st Century Fox. NBC and Telemundo are owned by Comcast Corp. ION Television is owned by ION Media Networks.___Lynn Elber can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org and on Twitter at http://twitter.com/lynnelber.
Brighton: Manchester City held off a titanic challenge from Liverpool to become the first side in a decade to retain the Premier League title by coming from behind to beat Brighton 4-1 on Sunday. A 14th straight league win ensured Pep Guardiola’s men pipped Liverpool by a solitary point as the Reds’ long wait to win the league continued despite a 2-0 victory over Wolves at Anfield that saw them post the third highest points tally in Premier League history. Also Read – We will push hard for Kabaddi”s inclusion in 2024 Olympics: RijijuCity remain on course to complete the first ever domestic treble in English football in the FA Cup final next weekend as goals from Sergio Aguero, Aymeric Laporte, Riyad Mahrez and Ilkay Gundogan saw the visitors recover from Glenn Murray’s shock opener. For 83 seconds Liverpool fans were able to dream, but City showed why they are champions and have racked up a remarkable 98 points, just two shy of their record century of points last season. Liverpool applied as much pressure as they could with their own nine-game winning run to end the season and went in front early against Wolves to raise the tension inside the Amex Stadium. Also Read – Djokovic to debut against Shapovalov at Shanghai MastersCity had not conceded in their previous four games, but Brighton were playing on their nerves as they sought revenge for defeat in their FA Cup semi-final last month. Ali Jahanbakhsh flashed a shot just wide of Ederson’s right-hand post before the moment that was celebrated as wildly 270 miles north at Anfield as it was on the south coast. Pascal Gross’s dangerous in-swinging corner was powered home by veteran striker Murray at the near post on 27 minutes. This was the first time City had failed to score first in a league game since early December and the first time they had trailed at all in the 14-game winning run that has carried them to the title. However, Brighton’s lead and Liverpool’s hope lasted just over a minute. Aguero scored the sensational last-gasp goal that ended City’s own 44-year wait for the title in 2011/12 and his goals have been a constant of their now four Premier League triumphs in eight seasons. David Silva’s wonderful flick freed the Argentine in behind the Brighton defence and Aguero made no mistake with a powerful low finish. The brief shock of going behind sparked City into life as Mathew Ryan was then forced into saves at his near post from Bernardo Silva and Mahrez. However, Brighton were undone from a simple set-piece when Mahrez’s corner found Laporte completely unmarked to head City in front seven minutes before half-time. The champions still had nervy moments to see through as Ederson only just scrambled Lewis Dunk’s dipping free-kick over the bar with the last action of the first half. And the Brazilian goalkeeper was lucky not to concede a free-kick yards from the City goal line when he collected a back pass from Laporte. Yet, 27 minutes from time they had the breathing space they desired in a moment of magic and redemption for Mahrez. The Algerian has failed to make a big impact in his first season since joining for a club record Euro 60 million from Leicester. Until now his most noteworthy moment was a late missed penalty in a 0-0 draw at Anfield in October that could easily have cost City the title. Instead, he scored the goal to ensure Liverpool were denied at the end of a remarkable title tussle by cutting inside Dunk before firing into the top corner on his weaker right foot. Nine minutes later Gundogan added the icing on the champions’ cake with a glorious free-kick from 25 yards. Liverpool may have fallen just a point short, but the Anfield faithful were determined to remind the world that Sunday’s 2-0 win against Wolves in their last domestic game of the season wasn’t the end of an incredible campaign for Liverpool. Jurgen Klopp’s side hope to turn the agony of their title near-miss into the ecstasy of a sixth European Cup when they face Tottenham in the Champions League final on June 1. Tuesday’s incredible 4-0 win against Barcelona that erased a 3-0 first leg deficit and sent Liverpool to their second successive Champions League final, ensuring their last shot at winning the title for this season didn’t feel quite so painful. Sadio Mane’s double gave them 97 points — the third highest total in Premier League history behind only City’s tallies this season and last. Liverpool, beaten only once all season in the league, also equalled the club’s top-flight record of 30 wins, set over 42 matches in 1978-79, after recording a ninth consecutive league victory. No wonder Liverpool were given a standing ovation when the final whistle sounded. Ninety minutes earlier, under picture-perfect blue skies, fans arrived at Anfield more in hope than expectation. Many Liverpool supporters were decked in the hastily made replicas of the ‘Never give up’ t-shirt Mohamed Salah wore during the post-match celebrations against Barcelona on Tuesday, while the PA system blared out Journey’s ‘Don’t stop believing’ before kick-off. But, with even the most diehard Kopite expecting City to win at Brighton, the mood around Anfield was one of pride in Liverpool’s season rather than genuine belief the afternoon would end in a title party. With Liverpool and Tottenham’s Champions League heroics showing anything is possible, Klopp had insisted one more football miracle couldn’t be ruled out.
23 June 2009The Security Council today extended for another six months the mandate of the United Nations force in the Golan Heights that has been tasked with supervising the disengagement accord between Syrian and Israeli forces after their 1973 war. The Council, in a unanimously adopted resolution, renewed the mandate of the UN Disengagement Observer Force (UNDOF) until 30 December 2009. In his recent report on the Force, Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon said that the situation in the Golan Heights has remained generally quiet. “Nevertheless, the situation in the Middle East is tense and is likely to remain so, unless and until a comprehensive settlement covering all aspects of the Middle East problem can be reached,” he added. Therefore, he considered the continued presence of UNDOF in the area to be “essential.”
National Freedom Front leader Wimal Weerawansa disputed the statement and said that in the past even leaders of political parties in a coalition were recognized, especially if they split from the coalition and sat separately in Parliament.Mahajana Eksath Peramuna leader Dinesh Gunawardena said that if the voice of the real opposition in Parliament is silenced then that would lead to human rights related issues. (Colombo Gazette) An uproar took place in Parliament today over the political parties recognized in Parliament.The uproar took place when Leader of the House Lakshman Kiriella said that Parliament recognizes only six political parties. He said that political parties within another party cannot be given recognition since they have been elected to parliament not as an individual party but as part of a coalition. As a result, Lakshman Kiriella said that even Speaker Karu Jayasuriya must have discussions with leaders of the political parties or coalition elected to Parliament.
SASKATOON — Up to 700 workers are to be temporarily laid off this fall at three Nutrien Ltd. potash mines in Saskatchewan.Nutrien says it expects to proactively take up to eight-week inventory shutdowns at its Allan, Lanigan and Vanscoy potash mines starting in November.It says the production downturn is due to what it calls a short-term slowdown in global potash markets.Nutrien says the mine shutdowns would affect between 600 and 700 workers. The Saskatoon-based fertilizer company says if all three facilities were to remain idle for the full eight weeks, potash production could be reduced by approximately 700,000 tonnes.Nutrien, created by the merger of Potash Corp. and Agrium Inc., calls itself the world’s largest provider of crop inputs and services, producing 27 million tonnes of potash, nitrogen and phosphate products world-wide.In July it lowered its estimate for 2019 adjusted earnings to reflect the impact of wet weather on U.S. planting and other factors that would reduce demand for potash in North America, China and India.Companies in this story: (TSX:NTR) The Canadian Press
A Commonwealth Games swimmer raped a woman who was “passed” on by a fellow athlete from the Team GB Olympic team, a court heard on Thursday. Otto Putland, 23, is accused of getting into bed with the 19-year-old student after she had consensual sex with his best friend Ieuan Lloyd. Otto Putland denies rapeCredit:Wales News “Then he took off his boxers. He asked: ‘Do you want me to put a condom on?'”I was crying and turning my head away from him.” The student said she slept with Mr Lloyd, who swam for Britain in both the London 2012 and Rio 2016 Olympic games, after bumping into him at a nightclub.But she claimed he then “abandoned” her and welcomed his friend Putland into the bedroom, before switching off the bedroom light and closing the door behind him. Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily Front Page newsletter and new audio briefings. Otto Putland denies rapeCredit:Wales news Ieuan LloydCredit:Clive Rose She refused sex, telling Putland she would not be “passed around”, Cardiff Crown Court heard.In a statement read out in court, the girl said: “Otto and Ieuan were both having a conversation outside the room with the door open.”Otto came in and started taking his shoes off. So I text my friend for help because I thought something might happen.”I told him: ‘What are you doing – you can’t just pass me around’. He said: ‘We’re not passing you around’.”I told him I didn’t want to have sex with him and he kept trying to kiss me. He said: “She spoke normally to me. I was on the bed and moved up so I was against the headboard.”She was flirtatious to me and we started kissing.”She didn’t say anything to make me believe she didn’t want to engage.”She hadn’t said anything about being passed around at that point. Had she done so I would not have had sex.”It lasted about a minute. Then she said she felt like she’d been passed around. She sounded frustrated.”I said: ‘OK let’s get your stuff and you can go now and I let her out.”It wasn’t a memorable evening.”I didn’t know her name, where she was from.”Timothy Evans, defending, warned the jury about the “subtleties” involved in the case. Glam (right) nightclub, Greyfriars road, CardiffCredit:Rob Browne He said while he did not know her name or where she was from, the pair had consensual sex after the girl began flirting with him. Otto PutlandCredit:Media Wales He also pointed out no text sent by the girl to a friend asking for help had ever been found, and called witness statements from the girl’s friends “ridiculous” due to their contradicting accounts.Mr Evans said: “There’s nothing consistent at all in the evidence from the witnesses.”Putland does not know why she’s made this up.”Putland, of Dinedor, Hereford, denies two counts of rape.The trial continues. But she claimed Putland then entered her and she ran to the bathroom to text her friend for help before passing out. She later woke to find Putland raping her again, but she was able to push him off and leave the house, the court heard.Prosecutor Janet McDonald said: “She is a lady just out of school, celebrating freedom from exams.”She fell for Mr Lloyd… but she did not consent with Putland. She did not consent to being passed around.”When Mr Lloyd abandoned her, as she said, he was no help to her.”Miss McDonald said the allegation was not reported to police until last July – 16 months after the incident – because the woman, now 22, was “upset and annoyed with herself”.Putland who swam for Wales in the 2014 Commonwealth Games told police he was introduced to the girl at Mr Lloyd’s home in Adamsdown, Cardiff, after coming home from Glam nightclub in the city centre.
After the brutal heading by “Toto” Jansen against Ivan Nincevic, the whole handball world gave their criticism for such act. However, Filip Jicha despite saying that “it is not right what Jansen did and should be punished – I can imagine what happened” gives also other interesting comments on this case.“Nincevic is not the player that is really beloved in Bundesliga due to his frequent provocations and simulations during games. In my eyes, the simulating is a huge problem in the Bundesliga. There are too many actors, and they don’t get punished for that. I would suggest imposing warning first, and then every simulation to be punished by two-minutes penalty. At the moment the referees whistle too easily, and every slight body contact is prevented.” said Filip Jichasource: handelsblatt.com BundesligaFilip JichaFuchse Berlinfuechse berlinIvan NincevicTHW Kieltorsten jansentoto jansen ← Previous Story Handball-Planet.com VELUX EHF F4 2013 SPECIAL Next Story → WISLA TV: Last match of the season
A POLICE OFFICER shot a 17-year-old runaway in the wrist this morning at a Hawaii high school after the teen cut one officer with a knife and punched two others, authorities said.State Department of Education spokeswoman Donalyn Dela Cruz said the boy showed up at Roosevelt High School near downtown Honolulu, and officials there recognised him as a runaway and called police.The boy had been a student at the public school before but wasn’t registered for classes there this semester, she said.Honolulu Police Major Richard Robinson said officers arrived at the school and tried to take the boy into custody, but he lunged at them.The teen attacked one of the officers with a knife, leaving him with a minor cut on his torso, Robinson said. He also hit two other officers, but neither suffered serious injuries.Parents await the release of students after a school shooting at Roosevelt High School. Pic: AP Photo/Marco GarciaOne of the officers then fired two shots, hitting the boy once in the wrist. The teen was taken to a hospital in serious condition, EMS spokeswoman Shayne Enright said. His injuries were not life-threatening.The incident prompted a lockdown at Roosevelt, which has an enrollment of about 1,500.Noah Powell, a 16-year-old junior, said the shooting happened in a school counsellor’s office. Powell said he was in a nearby office and heard the struggle and shots, but he didn’t see the 17-year-old or know who he was.Kealii Akiona-Soares, a junior, was in social studies class when he heard a faint shot at about 8.20am.Then a school bell sounded and students were kept in their classrooms, the 17-year-old said. He said his class continued with a politics lesson, and everyone kept mostly calm.Students leave school at Roosevelt High School after a school shooting on campus. Pic: AP Photo/Marco GarciaSeveral parents, including Carolyn Richardson, gathered outside Roosevelt after word of the shooting spread. Some were visibly upset, and many texted or called their children.“This is really freaking me out,” Richardson told the AP.Richardson said she learned about the shooting around 9am through a text from her son, CarDarow, a sophomore.CarDarow texted her that he heard shots had been fired at the school, but that he was all right. Richardson then used her cellphone to video chat with her son. “I gotta hear your voice,” she screamed at him.School was let out for the day at about 10am, and a steady stream of students filed off the campus, near the National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific known as Punchbowl.Hawaii is one of 12 states that have not had a school shooting, or someone entering a campus with the intent to shoot, state Education Department officials said.Read: Two students shot in Philadelphia school, shooter now in custody>
WOODLAND — During his 96 years on Earth, George Tsugawa was jailed in a Japanese internment camp, forced to cope with rampant racism and worked his way out of poverty, to name just a few of his hardships.Today, he owns a thriving nursery in Woodland and is frequently seen supervising his business, cracking jokes with customers and employees. According to Tsugawa, the obstacles in his life helped him become resilient.“The experiences that I’ve gone through, with the internment and this and that, it makes you a stronger person,” he said. “That could be something I’d like to pass onto people, to become strong and never give up.”ImprisonedTsugawa was born in Everett, but he spent most of his childhood in Hillsboro, Ore. His parents, immigrants from Japan, ran a small produce market.After his father died when he was about 20, his family moved to Portland.The attack on Pearl Harbor on Dec. 7, 1941, changed their lives.“We, as Japanese, were not trusted at all,” he said. “They wanted us rounded up as quick as possible and put behind bars so they could keep an eye on us. We could’ve been a bunch of spies, you know.”
Joe Raedle/Getty ImagesDemocratic candidate Jon Ossoff visits a campaign office in Chamblee, Ga., to thank volunteers and supporters as he runs for Georgia’s 6th Congressional District on MondayIt was supposed to be an easy win for Republicans.But the more than four month-long bitter special election fight in Georgia’s 6th congressional district has been anything but simple. Democrat Jon Ossoff and Republican Karen Handel are locked in a razor-tight contest that’s obliterated spending records, with tens of millions pouring into the critical contest in the northern Atlanta suburbs that’s taken on major national implications.Democrats in Georgia and around the country are hoping a victory on Tuesday by Ossoff, a 30-year-old documentary filmmaker and former congressional aide, would send a message to President Trump and the GOP-controlled Congress.“It’s bigger than the 6th,” said Holly Simmel, a volunteer for the Ossoff campaign, who admitted neglecting her job to spend more time canvassing.Trump and Republicans in Congress need to take notice, Simmel said, hoping that an upset by Ossoff would portend a coming Democratic wave in the 2018 midterm elections.“They need to get used to the idea of no safe seats, because people are fed up, people are fed up everywhere,” she argued.GOP races to fend off an upsetRepublicans know the stakes are high are calling the race a “must win.”“I do feel that it’s a referendum on Trump. … I think it’s that pivotal,” GOP voter Val Douis said outside a recent rally for Handel, a former Georgia secretary of state who’s run unsuccessful recent statewide campaigns for both governor and Senate.Handel and Ossoff are vying to succeed former Rep. Tom Price, who Trump picked as his secretary of Health and Human Services. Before he changed jobs, Price won reelection in 2016 by about 24 percentage points.Trump just barely won the district last November, and the rapidly changing and diversifying Atlanta suburbs are like many other districts in the country where Democrats hope that frustration with the president can lead to wins in 2018 that could possibly flip the House.The Georgia contest has been a key trial balloon of that theory. But as Democrats have come close to victories in other special elections, the outsized attention and money the race has drawn has made the race a near must-win for Democrats, too, in order to keep their base motivated and show they can put points on the board amid the uncertainty of the Trump administration.There’s another special election happening Tuesday in South Carolina’s 5th District to replace Trump’s Office of Management and Budget Director Mick Mulvaney, but GOP nominee Ralph Norman expected to easily best Democratic nominee Archie Parnell in an area where support for the president remains overall strong.But in Georgia’s 6th District, even Trump’s allies have acknowledged he’s not exactly a boon in the district. And while Handel hasn’t entirely distanced herself from Trump, she certainly hasn’t fully embraced him, either.“Some Republicans may even be turned off by our president,” Secretary of Agriculture Sonny Perdue, a former Georgia governor, said at a rally with Handel and Price over the weekend.“There are really two groups of people out there today, politically, there’s the ‘turned off’ and the ‘turned on,’ ” said Perdue, encouraging the crowd of mostly GOP elected officials and party activists to tell their neighbors, friends and family to vote.The never-ending, expensive electionThe race officially began in February with 18 candidates, including 11 Republicans.Ossoff got 48 percent of the vote in an April, all-party “jungle” primary. The GOP vote was divided, but Handel drew 20 percent of it, sending her and Ossoff into a runoff.Overall, over $50 million has poured into the race, from the candidates and well-heeled outside groups, nearly double the previous record for spending in a House contest.While the bank accounts of local TV stations filled up, many voters said they were tired of flyers filling up their mailboxes, and repeated phone calls and visits from volunteers.“The earlier you vote, the sooner they stop coming to your house, hopefully stop calling your house,” said an exasperated Bridgett Fields, outside a polling place.More than 140,000 people voted early ahead of the deadline last Friday, and overall turnout is expected to surpass the 2014 midterms.In an attempt to appeal to the district’s moderate voters, both candidates have often sounded bland at times, as they try to avoid stepping into the political fights embroiling Washington.But the race has not been immune from national news, taking on a dark tenor in the final stretch after last week’s shooting in Alexandria, Va., during a congressional GOP baseball practice that injured five people, including House Majority Whip Steve Scalise, who remains in the hospital in serious condition. An ad by a little-known superPAC sought to tie Ossoff to the alleged gunman, who appeared to be motivated by anger at the GOP and Trump.“When will it stop?” a narrator asks in the ad. “It won’t if Jon Ossoff wins on Tuesday, because the same unhinged leftists cheering last week’s shooting are all backing Jon Ossoff. And if he wins, they win.”Both Ossoff and Handel have condemned the ad. But there have been security concerns among both candidates after the shooting. Handel and her neighbors recently received letters with a white powder but it was later determined not to be hazardous. OSsoff said his campaign has received threats and he hired a security detail.But at least one local Republican official told the Washington Post that last week’s tragedy could end up boosting their base turnout.“I’ll tell you what: I think the shooting is going to win this election for us,” Brad Carver, the GOP chairman of the neighboring 11th congressional district, said. “Because moderates and independents in this district are tired of left-wing extremism. I get that there’s extremists on both sides, but we are not seeing them. We’re seeing absolute resistance to everything this president does. Moderates and independents out there want to give him a chance. Democrats have never given this president a chance.”In an effort to save the seat, several top Republican politicians have made stops in the district. Trump held a fundraiser for Handel in April. More recently Vice President Pence and House Speaker Paul Ryan joined her on the campaign trail.“Georgians are going to help determine the direction of this country. You know what we’re going to do this summer, we’ve got to repeal and replace Obamacare,” Ryan said when he visited the district last month. “We need [Handel]. We need her help.”Ossoff and Handel are clearly divided in their positions on health care, and that issue alone could be a deciding factor for many voters. Handel has cheered Republicans in the House for passing the controversial Affordable Health Care Act, while Ossoff said he would have voted against it. A poll last week by the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, which gave Ossoff a slight lead, found that 62 percent of voters in the district had an unfavorable opinion of the AHCA, and 81 percent called health care a very important issue in deciding who to vote for.Joe Raedle/Getty ImagesRepublican candidate Karen Handel greets people during a campaign stop in her bid for Georgia’s 6th District on Monday in AlpharettaAbortion has also been a central issue in the race. In 2012, Handel was vice president of the Susan G. Komen Foundation, a breast cancer nonprofit. She pushed for the group to stop funding Planned Parenthood, and Handel resigned after the move ignited backlash.Democrats and Ossoff, who is backed by Planned Parenthood, has made that a key issue in the contest, and he’s banking on heavy turnout by women voters to help him win.Ossoff’s national support bolsters his campaign Despite the national attention the race has received, big-name Democrats haven’t shown up in the Atlanta suburbs to support Ossoff. While some of his early ads touted how he would stand up to Trump, the first-time candidate has tried to cut a centrist profile, calling for “cuts to wasteful spending” and high-tech job creation in his TV ads that often don’t say he’s a Democrat.On the campaign trail, Handel has repeatedly painted Ossoff as an outsider and a carpetbagger, tying him to House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi, and GOP attack ads have echoed that message that Republicans believe is an effective one.Although he grew up in the 6th District, Ossoff won’t be able to vote for himself because he currently lives just south of the district with his fiancée while she attends medical school.Much of Ossoff’s record $23 million fundraising haul came from liberal states like New York and California, bolstering the Republican attacks. One superPAC ad featured actors in San Francisco sarcastically thanking Ossoff, “their congressman.”Ossoff’s campaign has been boosted by an army of volunteers from inside and outside the state, many who were never involved in politics before, or were looking to be more involved after the election.The news around that time was making Laura Phipps’ stomach turn, so signed up to ride on an Ossoff campaign bus from North Carolina with her son to volunteer in Georgia.“It’s much less frustrating when you’re working, when you’re doing something,” Phipps said.Whoever wins the 6th District race will only have a few months before the 2018 election campaign begins, and he or she will be the most junior member of Congress. But clearly the election is about much more than that.“This is a harbinger of national politics,” Perdue said on Saturday. “And the world is looking, the nation is looking.”NPR’s Jessica Taylor contributed.Copyright 2017 WABE 90.1. To see more, visit WABE 90.1. Share
Marblar describes itself as a creative collective of scientists who take on innovation challenges. Marblar hunts down these challenges and opens them up for “the collective” to unlock their “latent genius.” The team suggests that those who have technology that awaits a second opinion to sign up along with this sea of geniuses who will offer their advice. How Marblar works: Inventors post their science onto Marblar. Bright minds from around the world log in and share their thoughts on how they think this discovery could be used. They talk about the problems the technology might solve and the paths to make it possible. Marblar turns the potential exchanges into a fun game atmosphere where discoveries are posted as “challenges” and Marblars everywhere can have their turn in moving the technology forward. “Marblars” can earn points and cash prizes. The Marblar team acknowledges that it is gamifying science, in that it is making it fun to move science to the real world.Content to be discussed is provided on the site. “How would you use this tech?” asks the site. Blocks of technology entries include Superfoam, where the creator made strong polymer foams that can be easily molded into complex shapes. Also among the entries is an “exceptionally stable” spectrometer.The project statement said, “We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all discoveries deserve a second chance, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of New Frontiers.”The team proclaimed that “On this date, the Twenty Second of October – Two Thousand Twelve, Marblars everywhere declare our Scientific Independence. Let the Revolution begin.”On a more direct note, they have written how problems that emerging science can solve are not always obvious. A sound discovery may languish and over time be forgotten. “Indeed,” they said, “by some estimates up to 95 percent of technologies patented by universities never get commercialized.” They lamented how wasteful this is, in the form of taxpayer or philanthropy-funded research that never makes any lives better. They also pointed to another reason good discoveries may never materialize: “Scientists have become fantastically specialized over time,” and it may be difficult for a scientist to recognize real-world relevance of a discovery that was made in a niche field. Marblar co-founders are Daniel Perez, a PhD student at the University of Oxford, who serves as CEO; Mehmet Fidanboylu, a PhD student at King’s College London, in neuropharmacology; Gabriel Mecklenburg, a PhD student in regenerative medicine at Imperial College London. and Tom von Erlach, also a PhD student in regenerative medicine at Imperial College London. Explore further This document is subject to copyright. Apart from any fair dealing for the purpose of private study or research, no part may be reproduced without the written permission. The content is provided for information purposes only. Computer game taps creativity of scientists to solve energy problems © 2012 Phys.org More information: www.marblar.com/ Citation: Marblar site seeks to clickstart science uses (2012, October 23) retrieved 18 August 2019 from https://phys.org/news/2012-10-marblar-site-clickstart-science.html (Phys.org)—”That’s a cool lab trick but what’s its purpose?” Marblar wants to tease out great answers from those who log in to participate. With prizes, points and kudos in the mix. Marblar is a new web site that aims to make dream connections possible between scientists and an enlightened audience of innovative thinkers who might collaboratively dream up new uses for unused technology. The Marblar team is coaxing its audience to clickstart a science revolution by coming up with uses that can enable the next big thing. “One thought leads to the next but sometimes to a dead end,” said the site’s video. “Perhaps we can help make ideas click together in a new way.”
When archaeologists dig under the ground in search of the remnants of ancient societies, they typically expect to find objects made of stone or metal. However, very occasionally, they unearth something much more rare and exciting – a piece of ancient food that has been miraculously preserved from the elements and survived thousands of years.These discoveries are worth their weight in gold for archaeologists of the ancient world, offering a unique insight into diets and customs of the distant past that would be otherwise impossible to find.Some of the oldest foods ever found have resisted decay for thousands of years. However, although they may get historians excited, it’s unlikely they will tempt modern diners.2,000-Year-Old Pickled FishIt is unlikely that the Romans who pickled this fish anticipated that it would last for quite so longIn 2012, marine archaeologists working in the Mediterranean discovered the remains of an ancient shipwreck near the town of Varazze on the Italian coast.AdChoices广告inRead invented by TeadsBelieved to have been travelling from Italy to Spain around 2,000 years ago, this incredibly well preserved wreck included a cache of sealed jars containing grain, oil, wine and pickled fish.Pickling was (and remains) a common way to preserve food, but it is unlikely that the Romans who pickled this fish anticipated that it would last for quite so long. The tightly sealed jars protected the fish from hungry sea creatures and decay.2,400-Year-Old Flavored OilsAncient Greek olive oil production workshop in Klazomenai, Ionia (modern Turkey)In a similar discovery, marine archaeologists excavating a wreck off the coast of the Greek island of Chios found a number of sealed jars with traces of olive oil flavored with oregano.Ancient roman amphorae found at the wreck site contained traces of flavored oilAccording to NBC News, the team investigating the finds believed that oregano and other herbs were often used to flavor and preserve oil in ancient Greek society, producing an early form of salad dressing. The amphora that contained the oil was particular to the ancient Greek culture of Chios, dating to around 2,400 years ago.4,000-Year-Old NoodlesA bowl of noodles was discovered at the site, dating to around 4,000 years agoLajia, also known as China’s Pompeii, was an ancient Chinese settlement on the Yellow River that suffered a series of natural disasters during the Bronze Age.The rich sediment of this fertile area has proved invaluable to archaeologists, preserving organic matter and leaving behind tantalizing insights into ancient Chinese society.In 2002, a bowl of noodles was discovered at the site, dating to around 4,000 years ago. According to National Geographic, this incredible find showed that the Chinese have been making noodles from millet for thousands of years, forming a crucial part of ancient diets.6,700-Year-Old PopcornHomemade popcorn is the perfect snack for movie days at homeWhile we might think of popcorn as a relatively modern snack, best enjoyed in front of a movie, the ancient Peruvians were clued into this treat thousands of years ago.According to Live Science, archaeologists discovered evidence that people living on Peru’s northern coast in the 5th millennium BC ate corn in a wide variety of ways, including wrapping the cobs and placing them over hot coals in order to pop the kernels.Many ancient husks of corn were found preserved at the two sites of Paredones and Huaca, dating to between 6,700 and 3,000 years ago.3,000-Year Old HoneyHoney had many uses in ancient Egyptian society, from embalming the dead to treating woundsHoney was a very important commodity for the ancient Egyptians, used as a foodstuff, in healing and also for embalming bodies before mummification. It may come as no surprise, therefore, that while excavating ancient pyramids in Egypt, archaeologists found many jars of honey.Read another story from us: The oldest bottle of wine in the world remains unopened since the 4th CenturyMiraculously, however, this important foodstuff was still edible. Honey contains a number of natural preservatives that can give it an extremely long life, and according to National Geographic, the samples taken from the pyramids were still perfectly edible, even 3,000 years after it was first produced.
If there’s one thing that AI can’t do, it’s be human. But that’s not necessarily a bad thing because, even the least sophisticated bots today can analyze massive amounts of data in seconds, spit out mathematical results and continue those tasks nigh on forever. Moreover, the most sophisticated 21st century robots can:Identify and remember visual stimulation better than humans, as the New York Times has explained. Beat world-champions at their own game as The Guardian reported Drive us pretty much anywhere we want to go, according to The Verge’s report about the world’s first-ever self-driving taxi service).Related: 4 Uses for a Chatbot That Will Transform Your BusinessSo, while AI tools can’t technically be human (they are still robots, after all), they can do a lot of things only humans could once do. And bots’ sophistication is hardly limited to self-driving cars or board-game world championships: Human or not, this technology can be used to build healthier, longer-lasting relationships with customers.Here’s how:1. Immediate custom feedbackOne very human experience is giving and receiving feedback, quality feedback. You go to the doctor, and he or she examines you, then diagnoses what’s wrong.You take a test, your teacher grades it and tells you how you did. You compete in a 100-meter sprint, win, lose or end up somewhere in the middle, and get a medal to prove it. People love this kind of feedback (mostly because we hate uncertainty). Reason: It’s definitive, easy to understand and makes us feel good about ourselves.Related: Five Reasons Why Chatbots are the Future of Customer ServiceIn fact, most of us love feedback so much that we’re willing to work harder when we receive it, according to research by the Harvard Business Review.But what about your customers?Well, consider chemoWave, a mobile app which helps cancer patients navigate their challenging journey. Users can update their symptoms and conditions, gain personal health insights and share updates with chemoWave’s “Care Team,” all thanks to the AI behind the app.Here’s how the founder of chemoWave, Matt Lashey, put it when I interviewed him by phone: “If it weren’t for AI technology, we wouldn’t be able to provide our customers with the kind of immediate, custom feedback to their symptoms and behaviors that our users need and crave.”So, take a lesson here: Your customers want feedback just as much as the next person — on their progress, their correct or incorrect use of your product and how they might quickstart their results. AI, therefore, because it analyzes your customers’ efforts and provides them real-time, user-based feedback, can create just the experience that those customers want and strengthen your business’s brand-user relationship.2. Efficient customer supportIn customer support, it’s hard to beat the human touch. Most people just want to talk to a real person and they want to do so as quickly as possible — that hasn’t changed (yet). But you can still use chatbots to answer simple, commonly asked questions with a little more flair and personality than an FAQ page provides. And you can also use this technology to speed up human customer-support interactions by having your bots collect account information, ask pertinent questions and record answers before a call even happens.The truth is, a shocking 96 percent of consumers say customer service is a critical factor in determining how loyal they are to a brand, according to a report by Microsoft. If you’re going to keep customers around for the long term, you can’t afford to neglect customer support. But you also might not be able to afford a full call center of dedicated reps.With AI, you might not have to choose. Massive brands like Sephora, Spotify, Staples and the Wall Street Journal already use chatbots to build better relationships with their customers in one way or another. And customer support is one — if not the — primary way to do that.3. Subtle personalizationSome marketers have overdone personalization so much that Neil Patel called for “De-Personalization” on his blog in 2018. Wrote Patel: “Have you ever received an email from someone with your name on it and thought to yourself, ‘They didn’t send this email just to me. Who does this person think they’re tricking?’” Added Patel: “The reality is that everyone knows your emails are going to a large group of people, not just them. So using [individual recipients’ names] feels disingenuous.”In other words, too much personalization can do the opposite of building a strong relationship with your customers — it can feel disingenuous and bizarre.But a subtle bit of personalization powered by bots — sending interest-based special offers, offering birthday discounts or using behaviorally triggered email sequences — can all work not only to build a healthy relationship with your customers, but also increase your conversion rate and business revenue.VWO, for instance, saw a 149 percent increase in its conversion rate when it implemented behavioral ad-targeting. Just don’t overdo it. A little AI-based personalization goes a long way!Related: How to Integrate Chatbots Into Your Conversion StrategyNo, AI can’t be human. Not yet, at least. And it’s hard to predict how far the machines will go and what they’ll be capable of within even this next decade. But one thing’s for sure: The more sophisticated they become, the more capable they’ll be of helping business owners like you build meaningful relationships with your customers, brand your business and increase long-term retention. And right now, the above three tactics are ripe and ready to be used. Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. May 28, 2019 6 min read Register Now » Growing a business sometimes requires thinking outside the box. Free Webinar | Sept. 9: The Entrepreneur’s Playbook for Going Global
A Look Back at Hensarling’s Financial Positions in Daily Dose, Featured, Government Hensarling HOUSING mortgage 2017-10-31 Nicole Casperson U.S. Rep. Jeb Hensarling (R-Texas), who currently chairs the Financial Services Committee, announced Tuesday that he will not seek re-election in 2018.”Today I am announcing that I will not seek re-election to the US Congress in 2018. Although service in Congress remains the greatest privilege of my life, I never intended to make it a lifetime commitment, and I have already stayed far longer than I had originally planned,” Hensarling wrote in a statement on Tuesday, according to the Dallas Morning News.Despite his retirement announcement, Hensarling expressed how more work remains at the House Financial Services Committee in the areas of housing finance reform, regulatory relief, cybersecurity, and capital formation. “Furthermore, important work remains in the Congress as a whole—especially pro-growth tax reform. I look forward to continuing this work on behalf of the people of the 5th District of Texas and all Americans,” Hensarling wrote.Looking back at Hensarling’s financial positions, what could this announcement mean for the housing industry?Hensarling has long advocated replacing Dodd-Frank, the reform package designed to limit the high-risk practices that triggered the financial crisis, and has often been at odds with Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) Director Richard Cordray.MReport has been following Hensarling vs. Cordray throughout the year, reporting Hensarling’s displeasure towards the bureau.Additionally, Hensarling once called it, “the most powerful and least accountable Washington bureaucracy in history.”To defend himself and the bureau, Cordray responded at the time, “Years of uneven federal oversight on behalf of consumers allowed a lot of bad behavior to go unchecked. As the independent consumer watchdog, we are solely focused on the job Congress gave us of assuring that these markets are fair, transparent, and competitive and consumers have access to sound financial products and services.”However, on June 8, 2017, the House of Representatives passed the Financial CHOICE Act, originally introduced by Hensarling, as it significantly amending the 2010 Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act, MReport reported.In mid-April, Republicans introduced the bill, arguing that Dodd-Frank and the subsequent regulation that ensued harms economic growth and ultimately, the American consumer. According to the proposal, Dodd-Frank’s particular brand of regulatory complexity and government micromanagement made basic financial services less accessible to small businesses and lower-income Americans.Hensarling has continuously fought for what he is passionate about during his time in office and although his time is coming to a close, he assures the public that he will continue to press for what he believes is best for the financial services of the American people.”Although I will not be running for re-election, there are 14 months left in my congressional term to continue the fight for individual liberty, free enterprise, and limited constitutional government—the causes for which I remain passionate,” Hensarling wrote.The industry will have to wait and see how the rest of Hensarling’s term pans out to determine the type of impact the end of his tenure will truly have.Hensarling has represented Congressional District 5 in the Dallas area since he was elected in November 2002.Rep. Pete Sessions (R-Texas) said in a statement that throughout his time in Congress, Hensarling has always been a conservative, principled leader, Dallas Morning News reported. “I want to thank him for his service to our country, the Texas delegation, and to our conference as Financial Services Chairman,” Sessions said. “I am proud to call Jeb not only my colleague but my dear friend.” October 31, 2017 545 Views Share
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