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Turkish authorities knew about Jamal Khashoggi's murder within minutes—what about the US?

Saudi Arabia has an whole ocean of information about the murder of Washington Post journalist Jamal Khashoggi. The hit was ordered by Saudi royals, carried out by Saudi intelligence in the Saudi consulate in full view of the consul. When it comes to “inves
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Turkish authorities knew about Jamal Khashoggi's murder within minutes—what about the US?

Saudi Arabia has an whole ocean of information about the murder of Washington Post journalist Jamal Khashoggi. The hit was ordered by Saudi royals, carried out by Saudi intelligence in the Saudi consulate in full view of the consul. When it comes to “investigating,” there’s nothing really there to investigate. When Donald Trump or Mike Pompeo insists on giving the Saudi royals more time to produce a report, the question isn’t investigation. It’s just editing. By their own accounts, the information available to Turkish authorities is at least enough to fill a decent swimming pool. They claim to have both audio and video evidence that Khashoggi was murdered within minutes of entering the consulate in Istanbul. That includes particularly gruesome evidence indicating that Saudi operatives were waiting to take Khashoggi captive as soon as he entered and began their “interrogation” by cutting off the journalists fingers. One at a time.  According to CNN, Turkish authorities had this information in near real time. They had an idea of what had happened to Khashoggi soon enough that Turkish authorities could rush to the airport, disguise themselves as airport workers, and take a peek into one of the Saudi planes before the team of assassins flew away from Istanbul. And they had enough detail about what had happened to ask a particularly ghastly question. Reporter: They actually asked the man in charge of the X-ray machine at the airport if it would have been likely that human body parts would show up on the scan when those Saudi bags went through. The Saudi authorities know what happened. The Turkish authorities know what happened. But what about US intelligence and the members of Trump’s White House. Is their information measured in buckets or teaspoons? According to Republican Senator Bob Corker, American intelligence knows more than it wants to tell. A briefing scheduled for Tuesday was cancelled. And while CBS reports that some senators are still receiving one-on-one briefings, Corker considered the closing of normal intelligence channels a sign that “probably the intel is not painting a pretty picture as it relates to Saudi Arabia.” Whatever has be said to those senators who have been briefed, it doesn’t seem to be exculpatory for the Saudis in general or crown prince Mohammed bin Salman in particular, because no one is rushing to provide unvarnished support … no one but Trump.

Top Republican says: 'I love Obamacare's protections, never mind my nine votes against them'

Rep. Cathy McMorris Rodgers, the Republican House Conference Chair, is in a very, very tight race in her eastern Washington State congressional district. She’s fielding a challenge from Lisa Brown, who isn't just a former state Senate majority leader, but
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Top Republican says: 'I love Obamacare's protections, never mind my nine votes against them'

Rep. Cathy McMorris Rodgers, the Republican House Conference Chair, is in a very, very tight race in her eastern Washington State congressional district. She’s fielding a challenge from Lisa Brown, who isn't just a former state Senate majority leader, but one with healthcare policy experience. So of course McMorris Rodgers is lying about the Affordable Care Act, pre-existing condition protections, and Republican plans. McMorris Rodgers, who voted nine times to fully repeal the ACA and overturn protections for people with pre-existing conditions, is now telling her constituents how important those protections are for her and her family, including her son with Down syndrome. This somehow hadn't occurred to her the nine times she voted to end them. In a move that’s as infuriating as it is hilarious, McMorris Rodgers is promising that she and Republicans «will take action» to protect patients if the courts rule against Obamacare. She’s referring to the case that Republicans, including the Trump administration, have brought. Seriously, her president is suing his own administration (that's how nuts this is) to have the protections she calls «fundamental» declared unconstitutional. And she says with a totally straight face that «Protecting those with pre-existing conditions is fundamental to any health care reform for me, and I have made that a priority.» EXCEPT FOR THE NINE TIMES SHE VOTED AGAINST THEM!!!! «Just give us one more chance,» she and all the Republicans running for re-election this year on how much they love those protection are saying. «We'll really replace it this time, for reals.» Never mind that the «replacement» bill they came up with gutted those protections. We already know that when they say they want to keep them, it's in name only. Every plan Republicans have come up with would make that coverage so expensive that it would be unavailable to most of the people who need it. There's a reason for health care being the No. 1 issue for voters this election, and for that issue to be behind the blue wave headed for Republicans, including McMorris Rodgers. The population that's willing to buy these GOP lies is getting smaller and smaller. Volunteer to Get Out the Vote: Just click here, enter your zip code, choose the event that works best for you,​ and RSVP to attend. It's not too late for your contribution to make a difference. Please give $1 to our House candidates and make Republicans pay for sabotaging our healthcare.

Midday open thread: Midterm turnout record coming our way? Pill reducing new HIV cases

18 days remain until the last ballots are cast in the 2018 midterms Today’s comic by Mark Fiore is Profit now, die later! • What’s coming on Sunday Kos… Republicans are coming for your Medicare in 2019, by Jon Perr  Coal is
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Midday open thread: Midterm turnout record coming our way? Pill reducing new HIV cases

18 days remain until the last ballots are cast in the 2018 midterms Today’s comic by Mark Fiore is Profit now, die later! • What’s coming on Sunday Kos… Republicans are coming for your Medicare in 2019, by Jon Perr  Coal is dying, and Trump knows it, by Sher Watts Spooner  Examining the nature of true and pure «Evil,» by Frank Vyan Walton Republicans want to take away your Medicare, Social Security, and Medicaid, by Laurence Lewis  Stop the handwringing and conjecture about the 'Latino vote,' and support groups doing GOTV, by Denise Oliver Velez  Cripple healthcare, Social Security, Medicare, driving huge deficits & win?  by Egberto Willies  We must choose to solve climate change, by Mark E Andersen  Don't we want a president America can be proud of, by Ian Reifowitz • Will midterm voter turnout break a half-century record? 1966 was a time of tremendous cultural, social, and political unrest that generated a record 49 percent midterm voter turnout at a time before 18-year-olds could vote. Michael McDonald, who teaches at the University of Florida and maintains a turnout database, told National Public Radio that our current year of cultural, social and political turmoil could spur an even bigger percentage of people to vote as back then: «It's probably going to be a turnout rate that most people have never experienced in their lives for a midterm election,» he said. He predicts 45 to 50 percent of eligible Americans will cast ballots.  • A new pill has greatly reduced new HIV cases:  An antiviral pill taken daily by thousands of men across Sydney and other parts of Australia led to a globally unprecedented reduction in new HIV cases, showing that a targeted, preventative approach may accelerate progress on ending the AIDS epidemic. New cases of HIV among gay and bisexual men fell by almost a third to the lowest on record, according to the world’s first study to measure the impact of Gilead Sciences Inc.’s Truvada pill on reducing the AIDS-causing virus in a large population. The results, published Thursday in the Lancet HIV medical journal, may pave the way for other states and countries to stop transmission of the virus with the use of a treatment called pre-exposure prophylaxis, or PrEP. MIDDAY TWEET xQAnon/Deplorabots keep sayin' Mueller cooperators have «nothing to do with Trump» with the exception of...1) Trump's campaign manager2) Trump's deputy campaign mgr3) Trump's personal attorney4) Trumps National Security Advisor5) Trump's CFO6) Trump foreign policy advisor— Tea Pain (@TeaPainUSA) October 19, 2018 • Top 1.0 percent bring in their highest wages ever: … the top 1.0 percent of earners now earn by 157.3 percent more than they did in 1979. Even more impressive is that those in the top 0.1 percent had more than double that wage growth, up 343.2 percent since 1979 [...] In contrast, wages for the bottom 90 percent only grew 22.2 percent in that time. Since the Great Recession, the bottom 90 percent enjoyed very modest wage growth, with annual wages (i.e., reflecting growing annual hours as well as higher hourly wages) up just 5.4 percent over the eight years from 2009 to 2017. In contrast, the wages of the top 0.1 percent grew 29.8 percent from 2009 to 2017.  • If the Mega Millions lottery produces a winner, s/he will have such a difficult choice: The calculations below are based on winnings of $970 million, not the billion dollars the MM now says is in the pot:  The debate between whether to take the lump sum or the annuity is intense, although most winners opt for the lump sum. Remember, if you pick the annuity, you’ll pay taxes each year, on an annually increasing rate schedule. After the 24 percent federal take, the average annuity payment comes out to $24,573,333 per year for 30 years, while the lump sum total comes out to $416,936,000, per USA Mega. • Dispelling some myths about consular immunity and the Khashoggi investigation. • A Chinese perspective on the Pentagon’s new, more aggressive cyber strategy. On today’s Kagro in the Morning show: Trump goes over the top at a rally, again. Gop conspiracy theories get still loonier, and as always, they have a pipeline right to the top. James O'Keefe is still at it. Armando, who we hardly even know, addresses the farce of the courts, and how it got this way. x Embedded Content RadioPublic|LibSyn|YouTube|Patreon|Square Cash (Share code: Send $5, get $5!) LINK TO DAILY KOS STORE

Forget Trump's closing argument, Democrats should play the game they're winning: health care

On Thursday, Trump explicitly told us which issue he wanted everyone to forget about—health care and pre-existing conditions coverage. «All Republicans support people with pre-existing conditions, and if they don’t, they will after I speak to them,&
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Forget Trump's closing argument, Democrats should play the game they're winning: health care

On Thursday, Trump explicitly told us which issue he wanted everyone to forget about—health care and pre-existing conditions coverage. «All Republicans support people with pre-existing conditions, and if they don’t, they will after I speak to them,» he tweeted. «I am in total support. Also, Democrats will destroy your Medicare, and I will keep it healthy and well!» Why is he trying to blunt all the healthcare talk? Because the GOP's repeated efforts to sabotage the Affordable Care Act and its guaranteed coverage for people with pre-existing conditions is killing their chances of maintaining unified control of the federal government. Not only did the Trumpcare bill they desperately tried but failed to pass gut pre-existing condition coverage, the Trump administration is fervently backing a legal effort to strike down that very provision. That's a problem, because 70 percent of voters in the latest CBS tracking poll named health care as the top issue driving their vote. Additionally, Democrats have been running on improving access to health care for over a year now—it is their 2018 message despite what the Washington pundits tell you. In a Wesleyan survey of ads released this week, 54.5 percent of pro-Democratic ads feature health care as an issue, while pro-Republican ads have keyed the issue only 31.5 percent of the time. And at least some of those Republican ads have been an effort to allay fears that electing GOP candidates will lead to a dismantling of pre-existing condition coverage. The New York Times reported earlier this week that after many GOP candidates barely mentioned health care for most of their campaigns, Republicans have now released «a wave of ads» pledging they will preserve protections for people with pre-existing conditions. This is the definition of playing offense. You play your game on the field that you want to play on, and then you win the argument, thereby forcing the other team to play the game you are already winning. The field Trump clearly wants to be playing on is immigration and, perhaps more generally, the politics of grievance and fear. It's what he woke up tweeting about Thursday and then filled his Montana rally with later that night. It's a jingling of the keys, if you will, to distract from the place where Democrats are having real success. And at least one political observer fell for it. Mark Murray at NBC News wrote Friday that Trump's Montana rally Thursday night was a 2016 redux of his closing arguments that cycle—full of conspiracy theories and violence stoking.

Rep. Dave Brat tells incarcerated addict his own life is tough thanks to Democratic attack ads

Virginia Republican’s bizarre comments to inmates suggests a GOP theme of 2018: We’re the real victims here
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Rep. Dave Brat tells incarcerated addict his own life is tough thanks to Democratic attack ads

Virginia Republican’s bizarre comments to inmates suggests a GOP theme of 2018: We’re the real victims here

Thursday in Missoula, the squatter in the White House praised a congressman for behaving like a thug

Some days it seems the guy squatting in the White House ought to be named Donald Gotti. Of course, his praise Thursday in Missoula, Montana, of a right-wing congressman for attacking a reporter last year was just a joke. That at least will likely be the s
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Thursday in Missoula, the squatter in the White House praised a congressman for behaving like a thug

Some days it seems the guy squatting in the White House ought to be named Donald Gotti. Of course, his praise Thursday in Missoula, Montana, of a right-wing congressman for attacking a reporter last year was just a joke. That at least will likely be the spin from the White House and the lickspittle right-wing pundits Friday.  You might remember that in 2017, The Guardian’s reporter Ben Jacobs asked Montana congressional candidate Greg Gianforte a question about the Congressional Budget Office’s scoring of Trump’s healthcare repeal bill, the AHCA or American Health Care Act. Gianforte said he was “sick of this” and assaulted Jacobs, grabbing him by the neck, body-slamming him to the floor, breaking his glasses, and punching him repeatedly. Gianforte subsequently lied about what had happened, claiming Jacobs had grabbed him and they had both fallen to the floor. An audio recording and other reporters who witnessed the attack supported Jacobs’ version.  Gianforte got off easy on a charge of misdeameanor assault, being sentenced originally to four days in jail. But this was later switched to 40 hours of community service, 20 hours of anger management, a 180-day deferred sentence, and a $300 fine and a $85 court fee. He apologized to Jacobs to whom he paid $4,646.97 to cover his medical costs and promised him a sit-down interview at some point, which he later refused. As a result of the assault, several newspapers that had supported Gianforte for Montana’s single at-large congressional seat withdrew their endorsements. But he won the election by six points anyway.  Thursday, as part of a three-day run of campaign rallies, Trump gave Gianforte a thumbs-up for the assault, suggesting that punching Jacobs may have helped him win: "Never wrestle him. Never. Any guy that can do a body slam, he’s my kind of…he’s my guy. We endorsed Greg really early, but I heard that he had body slammed a reporter. And he was way up …and I said, ‘Oh, this is terrible, he’s going to lose the election.’ But then I said, ‘Well wait a minute, I know Montana pretty well, I think it might help him,’ and it did … He’s a great guy and a tough cookie.” Ho, ho, ho. Trump normalizes physical attacks on the media, on dissenters, on protesters at his rallies, and he gets laughs and huzzahs for it. One of these days, these incitements to violence of his are going to produce a big body count. And that’s no joke.

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Vanguard Group sees opportunity for EM currencies as dollar extends rise

The rupee and Indonesia's rupiah are the worst currencies in Asia this year, weighed by concerns over fiscal deficits and inflation
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Vanguard Group sees opportunity for EM currencies as dollar extends rise

The rupee and Indonesia's rupiah are the worst currencies in Asia this year, weighed by concerns over fiscal deficits and inflation

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Einstein and the Incredible Hulk Now Have Their Own Constellations (But You'll Never See Them)

NASA added 21 new «constellations» to the sky, thanks to invisible gamma-ray light.
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Einstein and the Incredible Hulk Now Have Their Own Constellations (But You'll Never See Them)

NASA added 21 new «constellations» to the sky, thanks to invisible gamma-ray light.

Domio just raised $12 million in Series A funding to build “apart hotels” across the U.S.

Hotels can be pricey, and and travelers are often forced to leave their rooms for basic things, like food that doesn’t come from the minibar. Yet Airbnb accommodations, which have become the go-to alternative for travelers, can be highly inconsistent. D
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Domio just raised $12 million in Series A funding to build “apart hotels” across the U.S.

Hotels can be pricey, and and travelers are often forced to leave their rooms for basic things, like food that doesn’t come from the minibar. Yet Airbnb accommodations, which have become the go-to alternative for travelers, can be highly inconsistent. Domio, a two-year-old, New York-based outfit, thinks there’s a third way: apartment hotels, or “apart […]

Convene uses landlord partnership model to outclass WeWork

Recent reports that SoftBank may take a majority stake in WeWork has added fuel to the already hot market for startups in the workspace and property tech sectors. One of the more compelling companies that stands to benefit from this trend is New York-based Co
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Convene uses landlord partnership model to outclass WeWork

Recent reports that SoftBank may take a majority stake in WeWork has added fuel to the already hot market for startups in the workspace and property tech sectors. One of the more compelling companies that stands to benefit from this trend is New York-based Convene. Started by co-founders Ryan Simonetti (CEO) and Chris Kelly (president), […]

Smart home makers hoard your data, but won’t say if the police come for it

A decade ago, it was almost inconceivable that nearly every household item could be hooked up to the internet. These days, it’s near impossible to avoid a non-smart home gadget, and they’re vacuuming up a ton of new data that we’d never norm
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Smart home makers hoard your data, but won’t say if the police come for it

A decade ago, it was almost inconceivable that nearly every household item could be hooked up to the internet. These days, it’s near impossible to avoid a non-smart home gadget, and they’re vacuuming up a ton of new data that we’d never normally think about. Thermostats know the temperature of your house, and smart cameras […]

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Air Sea Land: Okuda’s Largest Public Art Project Brings Colorful Sculptures to the Streets of Boston

Seven towering sculptures comprised of brightly colored facets have recently landed on the streets of Boston, courtesy of Okuda San Miguel. The multi-disciplinary Spanish artist, best known for his colorful interventions in and on buildings around the world,
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Air Sea Land: Okuda’s Largest Public Art Project Brings Colorful Sculptures to the Streets of Boston

Seven towering sculptures comprised of brightly colored facets have recently landed on the streets of Boston, courtesy of Okuda San Miguel. The multi-disciplinary Spanish artist, best known for his colorful interventions in and on buildings around the world, installed the series of seven sculptures called Air Sea Land in Boston’s seaport corridor. Okuda’s creations range from eight to twelve feet tall, and include regional wildlife like deer and squirrels, while also integrating mythological elements like a scaly humanoid sea creature and a seagull with arms and legs.  More

NASA to Play Classic Arcade ‘Claw Game’ on Mars

If you’ve ever played one of those tricky claw games at an arcade, you know how absolutely frustrating it can be to maneuver to grab that stuffed animal. Now, imagine doing it on […] The post NASA to Play Classic Arcade ‘Claw Game’ on
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NASA to Play Classic Arcade ‘Claw Game’ on Mars

If you’ve ever played one of those tricky claw games at an arcade, you know how absolutely frustrating it can be to maneuver to grab that stuffed animal. Now, imagine doing it on […] The post NASA to Play Classic Arcade ‘Claw Game’ on Mars appeared first on Geek.com.

1836 map created for Houston city founders goes on display

HOUSTON (AP) - If you think history is boring, J.P. Bryan is about to prove otherwise. The Houston oilman and avid historian opened his Bryan Museum in Galveston in 2015 to house his vast collection of Texana, and his newest acquisition, the only remaining Or
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1836 map created for Houston city founders goes on display

HOUSTON (AP) - If you think history is boring, J.P. Bryan is about to prove otherwise. The Houston oilman and avid historian opened his Bryan Museum in Galveston in 2015 to house his vast collection of Texana, and his newest acquisition, the only remaining Original Borden Map of the City ...

Idaho, environmental group settle mine pollution lawsuit

BOISE, Idaho (AP) - An environmental group and Idaho officials have reached a tentative settlement over toxic discharge from an abandoned silver and lead mine in central Idaho near some of the state's top tourist destinations. The Idaho Conservation League i
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Idaho, environmental group settle mine pollution lawsuit

BOISE, Idaho (AP) - An environmental group and Idaho officials have reached a tentative settlement over toxic discharge from an abandoned silver and lead mine in central Idaho near some of the state's top tourist destinations. The Idaho Conservation League in federal court documents made public Thursday agreed to have ...

Best GBA Games

Nintendo has changed gaming forever multiple times. But one of the most seismic shifts they are responsible for is basically inventing the idea of handheld gaming with the original Game Boy in 1989. […] The post Best GBA Games appeared first on Geek.com
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Nintendo has changed gaming forever multiple times. But one of the most seismic shifts they are responsible for is basically inventing the idea of handheld gaming with the original Game Boy in 1989. […] The post Best GBA Games appeared first on Geek.com.

China Plans to Launch ‘Artificial Moon’ to Replace Street Lights

The moon may soon have some competition for dominance in the night skies — at least in China. Scientists in China are planning to launch an “artificial moon” by 2020 to replace street […] The post China Plans to Launch ‘Artificial Mo
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China Plans to Launch ‘Artificial Moon’ to Replace Street Lights

The moon may soon have some competition for dominance in the night skies — at least in China. Scientists in China are planning to launch an “artificial moon” by 2020 to replace street […] The post China Plans to Launch ‘Artificial Moon’ to Replace Street Lights appeared first on Geek.com.

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Jaguars acquire RB Carlos Hyde in trade with Browns

The Cleveland Browns and Jacksonville Jaguars appear to have made a trade that works perfectly for both sides. Jacksonville is without Leonard Fournette, who has been out with a hamstring injury. The Jags have been using T.J. Yeldon and signed Jamaal Charles
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Jaguars acquire RB Carlos Hyde in trade with Browns

The Cleveland Browns and Jacksonville Jaguars appear to have made a trade that works perfectly for both sides. Jacksonville is without Leonard Fournette, who has been out with a hamstring injury. The Jags have been using T.J. Yeldon and signed Jamaal Charles after two of their other backs got hurt. Hyde, 28, has 114 carries for 382 yards and five touchdowns this season. His yards per carry is down to 3.4. Even though Hyde is considered to be a solid running back whom Jacksonville finds desirable, simply getting rid of him should make the Browns better. The numbers have shown that the Browns are a better team when giving the ball to Nick Chubb and Duke Johnson; Hyde was just blocking those two from getting more touches. Not only should Hyde’s absence lead the Browns to put the ball in the hands of better playmakers, but they also are getting a draft pick for doing so. Smart move.

Sports & Politics Intersect: USAG officials tumble as Nassar victims fight to hold those in power accountable

«*mouth drop* don’t worry, it’s not like we needed a smarter usa gymnastics president or any sponsors or anything» - Simone Biles on Twitter to Mary Bono.  USA Gymnastics has long been in need of an administrative housecleaning. As of this we
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Sports & Politics Intersect: USAG officials tumble as Nassar victims fight to hold those in power accountable

«*mouth drop* don’t worry, it’s not like we needed a smarter usa gymnastics president or any sponsors or anything» - Simone Biles on Twitter to Mary Bono.  USA Gymnastics has long been in need of an administrative housecleaning. As of this week, it appears one is about to be forced on it. Over the last seven days, the scandal-plagued organization that oversees the development and selection of American gymnasts for the Olympics and World Championships suffered a pair of self-inflicted blows to its already sullied reputation with the hiring and near-immediate resignation of former U.S. Congresswoman Mary Bono as its new chief and the arrest of former chief Steve Penny for alleged evidence tampering in the investigation of convicted sexual abuser Larry Nassar. The trouble began on Oct. 13 when the current face of USA Gymnastics, four-time gold medalist and Nassar victim Simone Biles, tweeted her “mouth drop” disgust with the hiring of Bono, who, in September, publicly defaced a pair of Nike golf shoes to protes

Report: Jaguars acquire RB Carlos Hyde in trade with Browns

The Cleveland Browns and Jacksonville Jaguars appear to have made a trade that works perfectly for both sides. Jacksonville is without Leonard Fournette, who has been out with a hamstring injury. The Jags have been using T.J. Yeldon and signed Jamaal Charles
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Report: Jaguars acquire RB Carlos Hyde in trade with Browns

The Cleveland Browns and Jacksonville Jaguars appear to have made a trade that works perfectly for both sides. Jacksonville is without Leonard Fournette, who has been out with a hamstring injury. The Jags have been using T.J. Yeldon and signed Jamaal Charles after two of their other backs got hurt. Hyde, 28, has 114 carries for 382 yards and five touchdowns this season. His yards per carry is down to 3.4. Even though Hyde is considered to be a solid running back whom Jacksonville finds desirable, simply getting rid of him should make the Browns better. The numbers have shown that the Browns are a better team when giving the ball to Nick Chubb and Duke Johnson; Hyde was just blocking those two from getting more touches. Not only should Hyde’s absence lead the Browns to put the ball in the hands of better playmakers, but they also are getting a draft pick for doing so. Smart move.

Bryan Cox and Shawne Merriman agree that Jalen Ramsey was served a slice of ‘humble pie’

Jason Whitlock, Bryan Cox, Shawne Merriman and Eric Dickerson offer up their thoughts on Jacksonville Jaguars CB Jalen Ramsey after his brief press conference this week.
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Bryan Cox and Shawne Merriman agree that Jalen Ramsey was served a slice of ‘humble pie’

Jason Whitlock, Bryan Cox, Shawne Merriman and Eric Dickerson offer up their thoughts on Jacksonville Jaguars CB Jalen Ramsey after his brief press conference this week.

Points system revamped for 2019 Supercars enduros

The Aussie series is set to award championship points for the 'Race to the Grid' qualifying heats on the Gold Coast and at Sandown, placing additional emphasis on the Saturday sprint races. The move comes as part of a push to simplify the endurance season, al
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Points system revamped for 2019 Supercars enduros

The Aussie series is set to award championship points for the 'Race to the Grid' qualifying heats on the Gold Coast and at Sandown, placing additional emphasis on the Saturday sprint races. The move comes as part of a push to simplify the endurance season, aligning formats for the pair of 500-kilometre races that will now follow the Bathurst 1000 on the re-jigged schedule. The Supercars ... Keep reading

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