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Ronald Koeman, devoción por el orden

Ronald Koeman es el técnico elegido para la reconstrucción de un Barça que tocó fondo con la humillante derrota en Lisboa. El neerlandés, de 57 años, apostará por el orden para intentar devolver al club azulgrana a la gloria. Aquí mi visión de...
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Megan Fox files for divorce from Brian Austin Green
The couple's filings differ on the date of their split; Green lists March 5, 2020, while Megan says November 2019.
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South Dakota Police File Lawsuit to Block Measure Legalizing Marijuana Approved by Voters
"I respect the voice of the voters in South Dakota, however in this case I believe the process was flawed and done improperly," Pennington County Sheriff Kevin Thom said in a statement explaining a lawsuit seeking to invalidate the voter-approved legalization of marijuana.
Avlon: Trump shows fundamental disrespect of fact and reality
CNN's John Avlon breaks down President Trump's unwillingness to accept the results of the 2020 election.
Greg Van Roten on Jets’ tanking talk: ‘Nothing is guaranteed’
Greg Van Roten grew up a Jets fan on Long Island, but the veteran guard is tuning out calls for his team to finish with the worst record in the league for the chance to draft Clemson quarterback Trevor Lawrence, if he chooses to enter the draft. “It doesn’t matter to me, because if we...
A Start-Up Letdown
Reeves Weideman reveals the internal failures of WeWork in his new book.
Trooper gives mom ticket, then buys new car seat for her son
Nursing school allowing students to graduate early
Sheriff's office warns of scam using deputies names
Police: Woman found dead after standoff with officers
Governor explains $10,000 Covid non-compliance fines
Deputies: Woman killed husband and special needs son
Marine's identity stolen to scam ladies looking for love
PD: Revolver-wielding man thrown off of moving truck
Police say masks may be enabling carjackers
Paralyzed man hopeful after stem cell therapy
Mechanic watches shop crumble during tornado
Photos: Remembering Maradona, Latin America's Patron Saint Of The Pitch
Plus: NPR's Latino staffers share their memories of the Argentine soccer legend.
Thailand’s ‘largest ketamine bust’ turns out to be cleaning solvent
Thailand authorities claimed to have made the “largest ketamine bust” in the country’s history earlier this month — only the “drugs” turned out to be a common cleaning solvent. Justice Minister Somsak Thepsuthin said Tuesday that a “technical error” during field testing had led to the original false claim, the Bangkok Post reported. “This was...
At Thanksgiving, an America of obscene contrasts
Is this the kind of American "greatness" Donald Trump promised?, asks Jill Filipovic. An America that is hungry, sick and isolated, even as he crows at the Dow surging to 30,000? That's not just the sign of a cruelly individualistic society; it's wholly unnecessary in an incredibly prosperous one. The pandemic didn't create American suffering, but it has pushed millions of families over the edge all at once. And our government is largely missing in action.
'Shame on him': Medical analyst on Denver mayor's holiday travel
Denver Mayor Michael Hancock is apologizing for flying to see his family hours after encouraging Denver residents to avoid Thanksgiving travel. CNN medical analyst Dr. Jonathan Reiner responds.
A two-mile line Arizona. A four-hour wait in Ohio. Millions of Americans are seeking help to avoid going hungry this Thanksgiving.
A Feeding America analysis estimates 15 million more people will live in food insecure homes in the U.S. this year compared to pre-pandemic levels.
Short-handed USC rolls past LMU; UCLA's game against Cal State Fullerton postponed
Freshman Amaya Oliver led the USC women's basketball team to an 85-55 win over Loyola Marymount in the season opener while UCLA's game against Cal State Fullerton was postponed.
Acting head of USAID tests positive for Covid-19
John Barsa, the acting head of the US Agency for International Development, has tested positive for coronavirus, CNN has learned.
Restaurant owner: Employees behind on rent, Senate on vacation
CNN's Kate Bolduan speaks to Los Angeles restaurant owner Tom Sopit about the challenges the industry faces as Los Angeles County shuts down outdoor dining heading into the holidays.
How Not to Overspend This Black Friday
Have a list, a budget and some patience.
Millions ignore travel warning as COVID-19 cases surge
Despite the surge in new coronavirus cases, AAA expects up to 50 million Americans to travel.
New video game offers fresh take on Spider-Man
Actor Nadji Jeter says his titular teen character in the new "Spider-Man: Miles Morales" video game is "going through the changes." (Nov. 25)
Small business owners remain hopeful as some states tighten restrictions
Americans have endured eight months of the coronavirus pandemic, which has killed more than 260,000 people. As small business owners brace for potential shutdown measures, Milwaukee restaurant owner Dan Jacobs explains how his restaurants have adapted since the start of the pandemic and how he plans to survive through the winter.
Concordia University coronavirus 'outbreak' attributed to more than 50 'false positives'
The number of infected dropped from more than 60 to six
Arizona to host tournament with 500 youth teams amid pandemic
Hundreds of kids are expected to attend a soccer tournament in Arizona that’s hosting 500 teams amid the ongoing pandemic. The annual Desert Super Cup is being held over the Thanksgiving weekend in Phoenix where the soccer teams, in-state and out of state, are participating, CNN reported Wednesday. Will Humble, executive director of the Arizona...
Anthony Smith dialed down media duties to focus on snapping skid ahead of UFC on ESPN 18
Anthony Smith discusses how he plans to snap his losing streak ahead of UFC on ESPN 18.        Related StoriesUFC's Derrick Lewis: Curtis Blaydes 'doesn't want to see another Black man make it'UFC's Devin Clark determined to get biggest career win on heels of family tragedyCurtis Blaydes doubts 'predictable' Derrick Lewis 'willing to go to the dark places'
Sen. Dick Durbin: Republicans made this pillar of justice a shell of its former self
Republicans leading the Senate Judiciary Committee turned a blind eye to the worst abuses of the Trump era, writes Sen. Durbin, who is seeking the top Democratic position on the committee. If Democrats win Senate seats in Georgia and take the majority, they will have the opportunity to reestablish the moral authority, credibility and relevance of the Judiciary Committee, he writes.
San Francisco airport sees fewer holiday travelers
San Francisco International Airport is seeing fewer travelers passing through terminals ahead of Thanksgiving compared with the same time last year. Federal and state authorities have urged people to avoid air travel as the coronavirus surges. (Nov. 25)
Black Friday 2020: Home Depot's deals are a DIY-er's dream
Black Friday 2020 has finally arrived! Here are the best discounts to shop at The Home Depot, including appliances, furniture, power tools and so much more.
Man killed when struck by three hit-and-run drivers in South Los Angeles
A man was killed when he was struck by three hit-and-run drivers in South Los Angeles on Sunday night, police said. The victim, identified as Jose Fuentes, 50, was first struck by a motorcyclist, then two vehicles as he tried to cross a street in the neighborhood of Florence, KABC reported. “Nobody stopped and helped...
Giants get one more gift from backup QB Gods against Bengals
If the NFL’s best quarterbacks form a Murder’s Row, the Giants mostly have faced Traffic Ticket Row. The Bengals will be the latest opponent to turn to a backup quarterback against the Giants — and possibly the second to start a third-stringer now that Brandon Allen reportedly has jumped over Ryan Finley in Joe Burrow’s...
Long-awaited touchdown may be key to Jets’ Chris Herndon breakout
A little more than four minutes remained in a game the Jets weren’t going to win anyway. But there was a green-and-white light that flickered in the midst of the loss Sunday to the Chargers: Chris Herndon caught a pass in the red zone, and for a touchdown. The pass from Joe Flacco was perfectly...
With D.C. police chief’s departure, city must ask what it wants in a law enforcement leader
Peter Newsham becomes one of several chiefs to retire or resign amid a national reckoning on race and social justice.
'Stardust' shows us a pre-fame David Bowie
Stars Johnny Flynn and Marc Maron talk with David Daniel about their roles in the unauthorized David Bowie biographical movie.
Coronavirus deaths reach ominous levels unseen since early in the pandemic
Covid-19 deaths are climbing at an alarming rate, presaging a deadly winter and a potentially bleak holiday season. Experts, fearing coronavirus “fatigue,” are urging Americans not to abandon public health measures.
What's on TV Thursday: 'Star Trek: Discovery' on CBS
What's on TV Thursday, Nov. 26: "Star Trek: Discovery" on CBS; "The Wizard of Oz" on TBS
From urban forests to high-tech utopias, here's how the cities of the future are shaping up
Architects and designers are coming up with innovative solutions to make future cities greener, smarter and more livable.
Pres. Trump tweets 'full pardon' for ex-national security adviser Michael Flynn
Michael Flynn pleaded guilty three years ago to lying about his conversations with Russian ambassador Sergey Kislyak.
Penguin Random House is buying Simon & Schuster. That’s bad for readers.
For book lovers, the announcement may feel like background noise, but the ramifications are huge.
Biden's key picks signal return to failed status quo
Opposing View: 'Return to normalcy' means Washington careerists ignoring economic and global realities, serving as orderly caretakers of American decline.
Trump Literally Phones It in for Voter Fraud ‘Hearing’ as He Frets Privately About Prosecutors Ready to Pounce
ReutersOne of the innate powers of the presidency is the bully pulpit it provides—the opportunity to virtually take any setting and turn it into a stage to showcase the awesome influence of the office you hold.On Wednesday, that setting was a cell phone, put on speaker, placed close to a microphone, set on a table, inside a conference room, tucked within a Wyndham hotel in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, over which Donald Trump repeated a long-list of wild conspiracy theories as to why he won the 2020 election when, in fact, he hadn’t.“We have to turn the election over,” the president declared, saying the quiet part loud. “We can't let it happen for our country. And this election has to be turned around because we won Pennsylvania by a lot and we won all these swing states by a lot.”Read more at The Daily Beast.
NFL Postpones Steelers-Ravens Thanksgiving Game Due To Coronavirus Outbreak
At least seven Ravens players have tested positive for the coronavirus this week, leading the NFL to postpone Thursday's game to Sunday.
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