The 40-second play clock will begin once an official signals a touchdown and teams will have to snap the ball for their extra-point play by the end of the clock. The Associated Press reports: “There is no set time limit on how long such celebrations can continue. Commissioner Roger Goodell told reporters that the moniker […]
An anonymous audience member says her parents hate her boyfriend—and wonders what to do. Make sure your hands are in the picture (no faces required!) and send it in to email@example.com. In the middle of it, Uma had a heart attack. Take a picture of your loan statement, or write out your […]
Bookings for corporate events are down sharply, and the hotel is planning layoffs. This year, it was down to 11 events, with fewer well-known names. In its heyday, Trump Soho was a destination. Celebrity-filled limos regularly pulled up, and delighted tourists snapped selfies in front of the glassy tower. De Roos added that no […]
But Treem can’t contain his enthusiasm when it comes to describing the island at its busiest in the years around 1907. That was the push. Most of them healed, came back to the Main Hall for re-examination, and then passed through. “That doorway right there,” he said to start the tour, “is the single most […]
Lorde is also set to headline the annual Governors Ball Music Festival on Friday, June 2, along with Chance the Rapper. To enter, just go to wnyc.org/govball2017. From Friday June 2 to Sunday June 4, the annual music Governors Ball Music Festival will fill Randall’s Island with performers from near and far. Phoenix and […]
“They’re being set up in a bad situation.” Meanwhile, the nation’s selective institutions — the Ivy Leagues and flagship public universities — are becoming even more selective, and remaining mostly white. These schools spend two to nearly five times as much per student as do the 3,250 less resourced, open-access colleges (which do not require […]
Authorities identified the bomber as 22-year-old Salman Abedi and arrested another suspect. To see more, visit http://www.npr.org/. Manchester’s mayor and police chief were among the speakers at the vigil which was held in front of city hall in Albert Square. Hours before the vigil, British Prime Minister Theresa May announced that another attack could be […]
Alex Tizon’s story in The Atlantic about Eudocia Tomas Pulido, a woman his family brought over from the Philippines to work in their house for 56 years without pay. Coming up on today’s show: Rami Khouri, Jordanian-Palestinian national, senior public policy fellow at the Issam Fares Institute at the American University of Beirut and a […]
We’re taking the opportunity to revisit a conversation we had in October with David Daley, author of the book, Ratf**ked: The True Story Behind the Secret Plan to Steal America’s Democracy. He spoke with Bob about the history of gerrymandering and how Republican strategists have taken the practice to new levels […]
Israeli leaders are thrilled to hear Trump’s vitriol against Iran, but also worry his deals will cause their country to lose its edge.
government now increasing the terror threat level to critical at its highest level. It was completely madness. PRESIDENT DONALD TRUMP: We stand in absolute solidarity with the people of the United Kingdom, so many young, beautiful, innocent people living and enjoying their lives murdered by evil losers in life. WOMAN: Oh, my God. PRESIDENT EMMANUEL […]
in April 2016. The agency’s research budget would be halved ($483 million to $249 million), with most of the remaining funds going to projects conducted in-house. Corps of Engineers: 16 percent 2017: $6.0 billion Skinny: $5.0 billion Full: $5.0 billion The OMB justifies a $1 billion cut to the Army Corps of Engineers by calling […]
In reality, it’s an app with a serious purpose: to help Muslim travelers, or really anyone, worried about being held by Customs and Border Patrol agents after landing in the U.S. opn a flight from abroad. Along with his business partner Andrew Jionfriddo, Khan had just finished presenting their idea at the NYC Big Apps […]
There is money for states that want to give poor students open enrollment and the chances to leave their low-performing schools for other schools within the district, as well as money for voucher programs, which, again, promote private schools. Parents know or they can figure out what learning environment is best for their child. And […]
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He’s putting his spending cuts that he wants to see on the table. The White House points that it would use the savings for things like $19 billion for a new paid parental leave program. We have got the Committee for a Responsible Federal Budget, who are not liberals, by any stretch. HARI SREENIVASAN: Go […]
And that makes them make some very difficult choices. and elsewhere. So, we considered this to be kind of what to expect in the U.K., was not in mainland Europe. A lot of this is going to come down to not just intelligence and defense, but engagement in these communities where we do have potential […]
Discussing last year’s U.S. Two of the nation’s top intelligence officials and a former CIA director all testified. MARGARET WARNER: Brennan was pressed by Republican Trey Gowdy of South Carolina on whether actual collusion took place. MARGARET WARNER: On the broader issue of Russia’s foreign election activity, DNI Coats said he’s seen evidence of Moscow […]