123ru.net

News in English

Новости от Sportsweek.org

Sportsweek.org

Первые новости сегодня

Gattuso calls for more malice at Milan

AC Milan coach Gennaro Gattuso said his side is lacking "a bit of malice" as he outlined his aims for next season in the aftermath of a 5-1 final-day victory over Fiorentina. Читать дальше...

Все новости

Team de Blasio’s vast, taxpayer-paid social experiment

New York Post 

City Comptroller Scott Stringer last week raised red flags on Mayor de Blasio’s spending on the homeless, which Speaker Corey Johnson had already blasted as on as “a runaway train.” The mayor’s minions insist the hefty increases in outlays are starting to pay off, yet Stringer’s concerns include not just the rapid spending hikes but...

5 Things We Learned From Rome

ATPWorldTour.com (Tennis) 

1. Rafa Back On Top
That was fast. One week after dropping to No. 2 in the ATP Rankings, Rafael Nadal is back on top. The Spaniard, who won his eighth Internazionali BNL d'Italia title on Sunday (d. Zverev), begins his 174th week at the peak of the mountain.

Read & Watch: Rafa Reigns In Rome, Returns To No. 1

Nadal also remains alone atop the all-time ATP World Tour Masters 1000 titles leaderboard. The Spaniard passed Novak Djokovic last month after winning his 11th Rolex Monte-Carlo Masters crown to capture his 31st Masters 1000 title. Читать дальше...




2018 Billboard Music Awards: Check Out the Complete List of Winners!

People.com 

Receiving a Billboard Music Award nomination is a win in itself, but only a handful of celebrities will take the stage on Sunday night to gather their trophies.

Kendrick Lamar and Ed Sheeran led the pack with nominations in 15 categories including top male artist. Taylor Swift snagged five nods, while Cardi B showed up strong with eight nominations.

This year’s ceremony airs live on NBC from Las Vegas and features 16 performances by artists including Shawn Mendes, Janet Jackson, Kelly Clarkson, Christina Aguilera, Demi Lovato and more. Читать дальше...

Legal loophole means it’s not homicide to kill a wanted unborn child

New York Post 

Broadway actress Ruthie Ann Miles and her husband recently laid their baby girl to rest. Sophia Rosemary Wong Blumenstein died thanks to injuries sustained before birth in the same horrific Brooklyn crash that claimed the lives of two other children: Miles’ other daughter, 4, and a friend’s 20-month-old boy. The killer, Staten Island motorist Dorothy...

G-20-Außenministertreffen ohne Pompeo

Salzburger Nachrichten 

Die Außenminister führender Wirtschaftsmächte beraten am Montag beim G-20-Treffen in Buenos Aires über Entwicklungspolitik, Digitalisierung, Handel und Multilateralismus. Jenseits der offiziellen Tagesordnung dürfte es am Rande de Treffens aber auch um die Bewältigung aktueller Krisen etwa im Nahen Osten gehen. US-Außenminister Mike Pompeo nimmt nicht teil.

Taylor Swift's Reaction to Kelly Clarkson Singing 'Look What You Made Me Do' at the Billboard Music Awards Is Everything

People.com 

Taylor Swift is finally back at an awards show — and serving up some serious sass.

During Kelly Clarkson‘s opening medley of nominees’ songs at the Billboard Music Awards on Sunday in Las Vegas, the Voice coach covered the Grammy winner’s hit “Look What You Made Me Do.”

When the camera panned to Swift, the superstar (sandwiched between her pals Shawn Mendes and Camila Cabello) was seen rolling her eyes, glancing at her nails and casually singing along before breaking out into laughter.

MOOD. Читать дальше...

Government revenue on VAT from banks, other financial institutions drops 26% in Q1

Business Day 

Government revenue from VAT, that comes from banks and other financial institutions declined (year-on-year) by 26.4 percent in the first quarter of 2018, according to the National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) report of the Sectorial distribution of VAT BusinessDay analysis of the VAT data from the NBS report shows that VAT revenues from the banks... View Article

The post Government revenue on VAT from banks, other financial institutions drops 26% in Q1 appeared first on BusinessDay : News... Читать дальше...






Arsenal told to sell Bellerin this summer for this surprise reason

Arsenal News 

Arsenal News HQ brings you the latest Arsenal news, match analysis, transfer news, injury news, team news and rumours from trusted media outlets around the World. ESPN reporter Mattias Karen thinks Arsenal should cash in on Hector Bellerin if they get the chance, and invest in a more ‘defensively-oriented’ replacement. Speaking to ESPN, Karen argued that Arsenal should ignore the fact that the defender has committed his long term future to the Gunners, and sell him to his old club Barcelona. “If Barcelona come back with another offer for Hector Bellerin... Читать дальше...

NBA playoffs: The Warriors said they'd be locked in for Game 3. They have been. - Washington Post

Sports - Google News (us) 


Washington Post

NBA playoffs: The Warriors said they'd be locked in for Game 3. They have been.
Washington Post
The Warriors split Games 1 and 2 against the Rockets, taking home-court advantage back to Oakland. Beating Golden State at Oracle Arena will be a difficult task, but James Harden and Co. need to at least split before the series shifts back to Houston ...
Rockets vs. Warriors 2018 live stream: Time, TV schedule, and how to watch Game 3 onlineSB Nation
NBA Playoffs 2018... Читать дальше...

PressTV-After Brexit Scotland will consider independence vote

RINF 

Nicola Sturgeon, the Scottish first minister, says Scotland will once again consider an independence referendum when Britain offers certainty over the terms of Brexit. “Once we get some clarity, which hopefully we will in autumn of this year, about the Brexit outcome and the future relationship between the UK and the EU, then I will […]

The post PressTV-After Brexit Scotland will consider independence vote appeared first on RINF Alternative News & Media, Real Independent News &... Читать дальше...

Opelka Blasts To First Clay-Court Crown In Bordeaux

ATPWorldTour.com (Tennis) 

A LOOK BACK
BNP Paribas Primrose (Bordeaux, France): For the 11th time, the ATP Challenger Tour descended on the French city of Bordeaux. And the prestigious €106,000 event would celebrate its first American champion on Sunday. Reilly Opelka rallied from a set down to defeat home hope Gregoire Barrere 6–7(5), 6–4, 7–5 in two hours and 20 minutes, firing 22 aces and saving five of six break points faced.

"I served great, served a lot of aces from the first match and competed really hard," said Opelka. Читать дальше...

Harvey Weinstein would have skated if he’d been a pervy principal

New York Post 

Too bad for Harvey Weinstein that he wasn’t a New York public-school principal — because he’d still have his job, despite all the highly credible accusations against him. As Susan Edelman reported in Sunday’s Post, state law says that educators with tenure can’t be brought up on disciplinary charges more than three years after their...

May long weekend a hot one in Edmonton

Global Edmonton 

Sun, May 20 – Edmontonians enjoyed the Victoria Day long weekend by heading outdoors to enjoy the heat and what’s traditionally known as the start of summer for Canadians. Albert Delitala reports.

Gray's shot lifts Sparks past Lynx 77-76 in finals rematch

Times Union 

MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — There was no better way for the WNBA to open its 22nd season than with another intense matchup between the Los Angeles Sparks and the Minnesota Lynx. After the Lynx received their championship rings and raised a fourth banner in the arena, Chelsea Gray and the Sparks gave them their parting shot. Gray had 18 points, including a double-clutch off-balance in the lane at the buzzer that gave the short-handed Sparks a 77-76 victory over the Lynx on Sunday in a dramatic rematch of last year's finals. Читать дальше...

De Blasio wants cops to stop arresting pot smokers

New York Post 

Mayor de Blasio said Sunday that the scent of legal weed is in the air — and he wants New Yorkers to feel free to blaze away in public without fear of getting tossed in jail. In an unexpected announcement, City Hall said Hizzoner was eager to see the NYPD stop busting pot smokers and...

Manchester City's Khaldoon al Mubarak: 'Relatively easy' to convince Pep Guardiola to stay - ESPN.co.uk

Sports - Google News (uk) 


ESPN.co.uk

Manchester City's Khaldoon al Mubarak: 'Relatively easy' to convince Pep Guardiola to stay
ESPN.co.uk
Manchester City chairman Khaldoon al Mubarak says it was "relatively easy" to convince manager Pep Guardiola to extend his stay at the Etihad Stadium. The Catalan signed a two-year contract extension keeping him at the club until 2021, meaning he will ...
Manchester City won't take summer transfers lightly, says club chairman Khaldoon Al MubarakSkySports
Man City chairman Khaldoon al-Mubarak convinced club will get even better under 'relentless' Pep GuardiolaTelegraph.co.uk
"Relentless" Pep Guardiola is just getting started... Читать дальше...

Antonio Conte warns Chelsea: 'We must change many players' - ESPN.co.uk

Sports - Google News (uk) 


ESPN.co.uk

Antonio Conte warns Chelsea: 'We must change many players'
ESPN.co.uk
LONDON -- Antonio Conte claimed that Chelsea do not have the players to be successful with a more expansive style of football after a dogged defensive display saw off Manchester United in the FA Cup final. Eden Hazard broke the deadlock at Wembley ...
Chelsea captain Gary Cahill calls for end to Antonio Conte 'uncertainty'SkySports
Cahill calls for Conte clarityBelfast Telegraph
Conte... Читать дальше...

Tearful Kelly Clarkson Opens Billboard Music Awards with Tribute to Santa Fe Shooting Victims

People.com 

Kelly Clarkson opened the 2018 Billboard Music Awards with a powerful tribute to her home state.

The show’s host shed tears as she honored the 10 victims of Friday’s school shooting in Santa Fe, Texas. “I’m a Texas girl and my home state has had so much heartbreak over this past year. Once again, y’all, we’re grieving more kids that have died for absolutely no reason at all,” Clarkson said as the MGM Grand venue was lit black.

“Tonight they wanted me to say that obviously, we want to pray for all the victims and families. Читать дальше...

Tortosa rallies to win Alcatraz Stakes

«SFGate» (sfgate.com) 

An improving horse with a pedigree to love the turf produced the biggest victory of trainer Jose Bautista’s career as Tortosa rallied from last place and won the $75,000 Alcatraz Stakes on Sunday at Golden Gate Fields. Tortosa ran second twice in four sprints as a 2-year-old before stretching out to 11/16 miles Jan. 28 for another runner-up finish. He broke his maiden Feb. 18 and won an allowance event April 6. Those races were on Golden Gate Fields’ synthetic main track, but as a son of Irish-bred Cape Blanco out of a Lemon Drop Kid mare, Tortosa figured to prefer the grass. Читать дальше...

Kelly Clarkson honors school victims at Billboard Awards

Times Union 

An emotional Kelly Clarkson opened the 2018 Billboard Music Awards in tribute to the recent school children and teachers who died in Texas, barely able to speak as she urged the audience and the world to do more to prevent deadly shootings from happening. Clarkson, who is hosting the show, said she was asked to hold a moment of silence for the 10 victims who died Friday, but chose instead to call for "a moment of action." "Once again we're grieving for more kids that have died ... I'm so sick of moment of silences ... Читать дальше...

The Latest: Prosecutor wont' release autopsies during probe

Times Union 

SANTA FE, Texas (AP) — The Latest on the Texas school shooting (all times local): 7:20 p.m. The Texas prosecutor handling a high school shooting that killed 10 people says autopsies won't be released while the investigation is underway. Galveston County District Attorney Jack Roady declined to answer questions Sunday about the investigation or the shooting last week at Santa Fe High School outside Houston. That included declining to answer questions over whether police gunfire may have struck any students during a drawn-out firefight with the 17-year-old suspected gunman. Читать дальше...

The Latest: Prosecutor wont' release autopsies during probe

«SFGate» (sfgate.com) 

SANTA FE, Texas (AP) — The Latest on the Texas school shooting (all times local): 7:20 p.m. The Texas prosecutor handling a high school shooting that killed 10 people says autopsies won't be released while the investigation is underway. Galveston County District Attorney Jack Roady declined to answer questions Sunday about the investigation or the shooting last week at Santa Fe High School outside Houston. That included declining to answer questions over whether police gunfire may have struck any students during a drawn-out firefight with the 17-year-old suspected gunman. Читать дальше...