Maryland blasts previously unbeaten Minnesota 42-13
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Republicans just keep running on the most pressing issues of the day: When it’s not Democrats’ imaginary ties to terrorism, it’s Nancy Pelosi and Hillary Clinton. In a debate Monday night, Republican Rep. Dave Brat said Pelosi’s name more than 20 times, to the point where it drew laughter in the audience. Abigail Spanberger, his Democratic opponent, was not exactly caught flatfooted: “You are running against me,” Spanberger retorted at one point, “certainly not Nancy Pelosi,” drawing cheers from her supporters in the debate audience. In Florida, Republicans are attacking Democratic House candidate Lauren Baer as a “Clinton crony and Pelosi puppet.” Which is extremely interesting, since while Baer was a State Department adviser when Hillary Clinton was secretary, she also worked with John Kerry, another former Democratic presidential nominee turned secretary of state, and yet for some mysterious reason he’s not part of the attack. What could it possibly be? (The penis. It’s the penis.) Republicans keep using the Pelosi attack, even though polls show it’s not particularly effective with voters. They keep using the Clinton attack, even though she’s not in office and isn’t running for anything. But since the alternative is talking about their unpopular tax law or their even more unpopular attempts to take health care away from millions of people or their unpopular president, maybe Pelosi, Clinton, and “was briefly a substitute teacher at a Muslim school before getting a high-level security clearance and working as a covert CIA officer” are Republicans’ best options. Get out the vote: Write letters to infrequent voters in battleground House districts. Don't stop there! Can you give $3 to help take back the House?
The Russian parliament is working on a bill which seeks to punish politicians and organizations for calling on minors to participate in unsanctioned protest rallies. If adopted, the offense may carry a fine of up to $15,000. Read Full Article at RT.com
Our race ratings: Senate | Governor | House The Daily Kos Elections Morning Digest is compiled by David Nir, Jeff Singer, Stephen Wolf, and Carolyn Fiddler, with additional contributions from David Jarman, Steve Singiser, Daniel Donner, James Lambert, David Beard, and Arjun Jaikumar. Leading Off ● NC-13: Democrat Kathy Manning, who is running against Republican Rep. Ted Budd, says her campaign has succeeded in getting two local TV stations to stop airing an ad from America First Action, a pro-GOP super PAC, that she calls «inaccurate and misleading.» The spot, which is still available online, claims Manning and her husband «got nearly $2 million in government money» to help pay for a «luxury hotel.» Manning says her family never «received a dime of taxpayer money» for the project and adds that she has no involvement in the hotel (so once again, we’re seeing an ad that tries to hold a woman responsible for something her husband has done). Campaign Action Evidently, the lawyers at the two TV stations in question, WXII and FOX 8, agreed with Manning’s take and decided to reject AFA’s ads. We haven’t actually seen this sort of thing transpire all that often this cycle, so this is a good opportunity to explain why third-party ads are vulnerable to getting taken down like this. Under federal law, broadcasters cannot censor or refuse to air ads from candidates as long as they’re paid for. (Earlier this year, a TV station in New Mexico had to run a spot from a Democrat who started his ad by saying, «Fuck the NRA.») Consequently, because they have no choice, stations have successfully argued that they should not be liable as publishers if they’re ever sued for defamation for anything said in a candidate ad. But they’re under no similar obligation to run ads from outside groups, which means that, in those cases, they are potentially liable for defamation. Knowing this, campaigns try to hunt down inaccuracies (real or perceived) in third-party ads and demand that broadcasters stop airing them, with the stated or unstated threat that if they fail to comply, they could find themselves on the receiving end of a lawsuit. Whether or not such suits would ever succeed, TV and radio stations have to think hard every time as to whether they want to incur legal costs should a campaign ever follow through. WXII and Fox 8 decided the answer was no. But not all broadcasters immediately roll over every time they get a lawyer letter. No one likes being bullied, but more to the point, these companies want the ad revenue. That’s why they typically have their own legal departments review grievances like these to assess their merit. If they wind up disagreeing with the complainants, then they’ll tell them to get lost and will keep running the ad in question. It’s also worth noting that sometimes, when a station nukes an ad, the group airing it will edit out or rephrase the offending material and then try to re-air it. But given that AFA’s ad is entirely focused on claims that two TV stations have concluded are false, it may be hard to do that here. If AFA, which recently reported spending $602,000 on airtime for this, still has money left over for its current flight, it might just choose to run a different spot.
In Georgia, Secretary of State and gubernatorial candidate Brian Kemp is taking voter suppression to new extremes. The GOP has become absolutely brazen about ignoring basic democratic principles. It's all very frightening and makes it all the more imperative that those of us who can still vote do in fact vote. In other news, I contributed a couple illustrations to this book, along with many other political cartoonists. Help sustain these cartoons — join the Sorensen Subscription Service! Follow me on Twitter at @JenSorensen
The Russian people continue to view China mostly favorably, with 75 percent saying their attitude was good or mostly good, a fresh opinion poll showed. The US remains a disliked nation among Russians. Read Full Article at RT.com
Does the Post’s love affair with Republican Gov. Larry Hogan reflect Jeff Bezos’ interests a bit too much?
«Yes, the market is well supplied, a balance has been achieved. But this balance is looking fragile largely because of actors outside our control,» Sanusi Barkindo said.
In the presser following the announcement of the results, the company said large deal wins were strong during the period and several of its sectors are growing over 10 per cent YoY.
Russia is interested in opening a direct air service to Syria from the Crimean Peninsula, according to Crimea’s regional governor Sergey Aksyonov. Read Full Article at RT.com
Sure, it's charming now. But let's see who has the last laugh.
Volkswagen’s subsidiary Audi agreed to pay an €800 million ($926 million) fine in Germany to settle a probe over the carmaker’s role in the emissions cheating scandal that shook the auto industry three years ago. Read Full Article at RT.com
For the first time ever, researchers have identified a protein as a marker that can indicate whether a cancer patient will develop a recurrence of lethal, metastatic cancer.
Doping remains an ongoing problem in competitive sports, but researchers have never before asked athletes to rank the effectiveness of available anti-doping strategies. A new poll of a national pool of top German cyclists and field athletes finds that, according to the athletes, better diagnostics, increased bans and laws against doping are perceived as far more effective than increased fines or leniency programs.
In this fun video the Boston Dynamics Spot dances, wiggles, and shimmies right into our hearts. This little four-legged robot – a smaller sibling to the massive Big Dog – is surprisingly agile and the team at Boston Robotics have taught the little robot to dance to Bruno Mars which means that robots could soon […]
Carvings uncovered in the Canadian Arctic may be the earliest portraits of the Vikings created in the Americas.
NowRx, an on-demand pharmacy solution of sorts, just closed a $7 million Series A round via the SeedInvest crowdfunding platform. The company had previously raised a $3 million seed round. As the on-demand industry flourished and NowRx co-founder Cary Breese surrounded himself with people from the pharmacy industry, Breese said it became clear to him […]
Analyst Gartner, best known for crunching device marketshare data; charting technology hype cycles; and churning out predictive listicles of emergent capabilities at software’s cutting edge has now put businesses on watch that as well as dabbling in the usual crop of nascent technologies organizations need to be thinking about wider impacts next year — on both […]
There isn’t one word to describe anime. It’s action-packed, tear-jerking, and gritty, depending on what type of anime series you’re streaming. Even though there are new anime series debuting left and right, there […] The post The Best and Most Loved Anime Series of All Time appeared first on Geek.com.
The Massachusetts Institute of Technology announced a $1 billion investment in the future of computing and artificial intelligence. At the heart of this new initiative is the MIT Stephen A. Schwarzman College of […] The post MIT Earmarks $1B to Further Artificial Intelligence Education appeared first on Geek.com.
Hugo Boss has been sharpening it focus on its eyewear collection and has roped in actor Henry Cavill to front a new lineup.Luxury fashion house, Hugo Boss has created a new range of eyewear this year which is being marketed under the tag “Sharpen your focus.” The Germany based house decided to get actor Henry Cavill to front the lineup of eyewear, as it matched his focus and dedication that went into playing characters such as Superman. The British actor who has donned the iconic suit for several Superman focused movies, most recently starred in «Mission impossible: Fallout» which earned him rave reviews.As the brand ambassador for the eyewear campaign, Henry Cavill was portrayed in several situations as he wore select eyeglasses from the lineup. The main campaign saw Paul Wetherell as director and he captured Cavill as he wore the “Silver Round Metal Sunglasses,” which features a striking dual bridge. The piece follows the classic lines that Hugo Boss prefers to use in its eyewear, and has a light weight design which makes it ideal for everyday use. With modern lines and materials used in the build, the sunglasses feature arms made from aluminum covered on the inner side with a layer of cork which provides a comfortable fit.Frames made of rubber and acetate are also used in the sunglasses giving them a cutting edge vibe. The company also noted that “Cavill perfectly embodied the inspiration behind the lineup, and was focused, determined to overcome obstacles and brought the same approach to new roles”.Click on the slideshow to for a sneak peek at the collection.http://www.blouinartinfo.comFounder: Louise Blouin
Supermodel Gigi Hadid took time out at the party organized by Messika at New York Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2019, to announce her second jewelry collection “My Soul.”Messika, famous for its diamond jewelry is no strangers to forging partnerships with celebrities such as Beyonce and designing earrings for her specifically. The brand, which was started in 2005, has established an ongoing partnership with Gigi Hadid, who has two jewelry collections to her credit. First from Hadid was the “Move Addiction” collection which was a tribute to movement inspired by rock and roll. Importantly, the supermodel was the face of the “Move Addiction” collection from the company and has once again starred in advertisements for the latest “My Soul” lineup.As for the “My Soul” collection, it focuses on Hadid’s roots and time she spent in California. The jewelry importantly has a striking boho-chic vibe that Hadid prefers and is created from yellow or white gold that have an 18 carat value. Outstanding pieces in the lineup include a “My Soul Hand Bracelet,” which has an elongated portion that extends to wrap around one finger. Rings and earrings which have a hoop like design are the other offerings in the collection which Hadid wore to the party in New York. Valerie Messika also collaborated in the creation of the collection which includes an open ended ring named “My Soul Toi & Moi.” Valerie’s preference for using superior quality gemstones is reflected in each piece in the collection which is studded with diamonds of various shapes and sizes.Click on the slideshow for a sneak peek at the collection.http://www.blouinartinfo.comFounder: Louise Blouin
Anime has some quirky heroes, but none quite as individual as Saitama, the titular protagonist of One Punch Man. In a world full of absurd, over-the-top monsters, villains and crimefighters, he’s just a […] The post Toy Tuesday: The Strongest One Punch Man Toys appeared first on Geek.com.
NASA’s Chandra X-ray Observatory (CXO) is back online after a brief stint in safe mode last week. Just before 10 a.m. EDT on Oct. 10, the telescope automatically entered a safe configuration, swapping […] The post NASA Space Telescope Resumes Operations After Gyroscope Glitch appeared first on Geek.com.
2013 world champion Sykes has been a Kawasaki rider since 2010, but confirmed earlier in the year that the current season would be his last for the Japanese marque, with newly-crowned British Superbike champion Leon Haslam taking his place. Sykes has been linked to a number of teams for next year, with the Ten Kate Honda squad and Sean Muir's outfit – which will likely no longer be a ... Keep reading
The English Football Association has charged Jose Mourinho for using bad language into a camera after a Manchester United game
Coach: Red Star players not bothered by match-fixing probe
Sutton, who claimed the 2017 BTCC drivers' title in a Team BMR factory Subaru Levorg and won more races than any other driver on his way to fourth in the points this year, will drive for the WestCoast Racing outfit that ran Dan Lloyd to the inaugural TCR UK title, which was decided at Donington Park last weekend. The 24-year-old has previously competed in TCR machinery, winning both races on ... Keep reading
Blistering occurs when part of a tyre overheats, causing rubber to soften and break apart in chunks, and although it is not a new phenomenon in F1 it has been problematic at several races this season. F1 tyre supplier Pirelli introduced softer compounds for this season as well as debuting the new hypersoft tyre, and Bottas is hopeful that some of the experiments it has undertaken in its 2019 ... Keep reading
Calado and Alessandro Pier Guidi were the Prancing Horse’s top representative in Japan, the pair fighting back from an early puncture to claim fourth in the GTE Pro class in the #51 Ferrari. The sister #71 488 Evo of Sam Bird and Davide Rigon was in a strong position out front before contact with the DragonSpeed LMP2 car consigned it to the garage in the penultimate hour. “It was a race ... Keep reading