Burke, Monteiro help Union beat Impact 3-0

Cory Burke and Jamiro Monteiro each scored to help the Philadelphia beat the Montreal Impact 3-0 for the Union's fourth win in their last five games         
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Chase Young could fall to Giants if Redskins scenario plays out
INDIANAPOLIS — Chase Young was watching when the Giants went down to FedEx Field and defeated the Redskins, 41-35, when Daniel Jones tossed a touchdown pass in overtime to tight end Kaden Smith in an all-rookie connection. Young is from Maryland and said he tunes in for every Redskins game. Little did he know at...
St. Louis County set to ban domestic violence perpetrators from carrying concealed weapons
Domestic violence perpetrators and those with orders of protection against them in St. Louis County, Missouri, will be banned from carrying concealed weapons come March, following a County Council vote.
Review: Rick Owens' puffer capes will have you hoping for a cold snap
Paris Fashion Week: Repurposed duvets, recycled plastics and curve-hugging cashmere add up to a stellar collection.
Queens teacher was caught on video sexually abusing girl with autism
A Queens teacher who was arrested Wednesday for allegedly sexually abusing a 9-year-old girl with autism was caught on video, prosecutors said Thursday. Marc Scheibel, 48, was allegedly filmed by another teacher grabbing the nonverbal student’s hands and directing them toward his crotch underneath a table where the two were sitting, prosecutors said. The witness...
Mike Pence is exactly the wrong guy for this job
Michael D'Antonio writes that Mike Pence is so anti-science -- just look at his record on climate change and tobacco -- that it's hard to imagine a worse choice for President Trump to make in leading the government's response to the coronavirus threat.
The 3 key states in a Sanders vs. Trump general election
CNN's Harry Enten looks at polling on a matchup between Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) and President Donald Trump in Michigan, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin that shows how difficult the path will be for the Democrats to beat Trump in the 2020 election. This report originally aired February 21.
Anderson Cooper: Ignorance doesn't kill viruses
CNN's Anderson Cooper discusses the Trump administration's response to the latest developments with the coronavirus.
Whistleblower says HHS didn't give quarantine staff protective gear, training
At least one lawmaker called on Azar to resign after the complaint was disclosed.
Quiet Kawhi Leonard speaks loudly with backpack initiative for Clippers fans
Fans attending the Clippers game Friday will each receive a backpack with a note from Leonard to use the bag as an agent of change for a good cause.
Julius Erving: Too early to judge Nets’ Kevin Durant-Kyrie Irving plan
ATLANTA — With Kevin Durant and Kyrie Irving expected to end their injury-riddled Nets debut seasons as non-factors, having played just 20 games combined, all by Irving — it has become de rigueur to pile on the pair. It has become easy — low-hanging fruit — to deliver hot takes and judge the Nets going...
Clint Frazier helping his case for Yankees Opening Day spot
TAMPA — With Aaron Hicks out until June or possibly longer because of Tommy John surgery and Giancarlo Stanton questionable for Opening Day with a strained right calf, there is an avenue for Clint Frazier to be in Baltimore on March 26 when the Yankees start the season against the Orioles. “Obviously coming into camp...
In California: Collecting 20 million records on government pay, an agency at a time
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A man was arrested after allegedly using counterfeit money to buy Girl Scout cookies
A man in Oregon was arrested after he allegedly used counterfeit money to buy a box of Girl Scout cookies outside of a Walmart, Salem police said.
California monitoring 8,400 people for possible coronavirus
California is monitoring more than 8,400 people who arrived on commercial flights for coronavirus symptoms from "points of concern," but the state lacks test kits and has been held back by federal testing rules, Governor Gavin Newsom said on Thursday.
Lake-effect snow to bury parts of upstate New York
The area just north of Syracuse could get 4 feet of snow by late Friday as an unusual atmospheric "fire hose" blasts the area with blizzard conditions. CBS News weather and climate contributor Jeff Berardelli joins CBSN with the forecast.
Mollie Hemingway warns Trump must be 'ready to make some big decisions' amid coronavirus outbreak
Fox News contributor Mollie Hemingway urged leaders of both parties to put politics aside Thursday and unite in an effort to combat the coronavirus outbreak in the United States.
Hillary Clinton throws her mic into the ring, is launching a podcast
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Queen Elizabeth's granddaughter Zara Tindall, husband Mike will not self-isolate following Italy trip
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Sanders Leads Democratic Field by 13 Points in Nationwide Fox News Poll Released Days Before Super Tuesday
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Steve Lewis’ birthday party reunites ‘90s club kids as ‘20s club adults
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Elizabeth Warren shares her beloved beer with Stephen Colbert
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California Gov. Newsom Says '8,400 Plus' Being Monitored for Coronavirus After 28 Tested Positive
California Governor Gavin Newsom said Thursday that "8,400 plus" from both repatriation flights and "more traditional commercial flights which came in from points of concern and potential points of contact, particularly in Asia" are being monitored for coronavirus.
Disney World Jungle Cruise ride boat sinks with passengers on board
They weren’t supposed to get that wet. Riders on the Jungle Cruise attraction at Walt Disney World in Florida got more than a joyride when their boat starting sinking. Pictures of the sinking boat spread on social media Thursday, showing the passengers standing inside the boat and climbing on the railings as the swampy water...
Stopping green energy companies from blackmailing New York consumers
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Kate Middleton gives nod to Queen Elizabeth with special fashion accessory
Kate Middleton gave a sweet, subtle nod to Queen Elizabeth with one of her fashion choices for an event Tuesday evening.
Sen. Lindsey Graham: Biden will win SC primary 'by double digits,' but Dem nomination is Bernie's to lose
Sen. Lindsey Graham, R-S.C., joined "The Story with Martha MacCallum" Saturday to preview Saturday's South Carolina Democratic primary, which he predicted former Vice President Joe Biden would win before adding that Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., is on his way to securing the Democratic nomination.
Teen arrested for spray painting graffiti on Plymouth Rock
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Teacher of the year suspended for showing students a picture of her fiancée wins $100,000 settlement
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Maitland Ward: Steven Spielberg should ‘be concerned’ about daughter’s adult film career
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Klobuchar defends Dems' quash of 20-week abortion ban
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With the Washington Redskins holding the No. 2 pick in the NFL draft, Chase Young is perfectly aligned to head to his hometown team.
Asian markets fall as coronavirus continues to spread
Asia Pacific markets are falling Friday as fears about the novel coronavirus continue to spur a global sell-off.
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Kevin Knox isn’t letting his Knicks frustrations shake him
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South Korea reports 256 new coronavirus cases, total 2,022: KCDC
South Korea reported 256 new coronavirus cases on Friday, bringing the total number of infected in the country to 2,022, the Korea Centers for Disease and Control and Prevention said.
Top Marine official bans Confederate-era paraphernalia at all Corps bases worldwide
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Swing adjustments by Dodgers' Enrique Hernandez pay off so far this spring
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Facebook canceled a major annual tech conference because of coronavirus. It’s not alone.
Facebook canceled its annual F8 conference in San Jose, California, over coronavirus concerns. | Amy Osborne/AFP via Getty Images Facebook canceled its biggest event, F8, following Mobile World Congress’ cancellation earlier this month. The Covid-19 coronavirus is prompting major tech conferences around the world to cancel their events — so far, at leastthree major ones have been called off entirely, including Facebook’s annual F8 developer conference. It’s an unprecedented disruption to the usual packed lineup of annual tech events every spring. The cancellations of some of the biggest tech events of the year seem to be a sign of what’s to come in other sectors as fears mount that the coronavirus will become a pandemic. The US tech industry shares close ties to China, where the outbreak started, and some in the industry were so concerned about the virus that they took early precautions, like discouraging handshakes and requiring employees who have recently traveled to China to work from home. The tech event cancellations also come at the same time public health leaders are considering how other, larger global events outside of tech, like the Tokyo summer Olympics, should respond if the outbreak continues to spread in the months ahead. Japan’s prime minister recently took the drastic step of closing all of the country’s schools for a month to try to contain the virus’s spread. Covid-19 has taken the lives of 2,810 people as of Thursday and infected over 80,000 people. In the past week, the number of new cases of the virus outside of China, in the US, Italy, Japan, and other countries has been surging. That worries global health experts, who say there’s now less of a chance that it can be contained. On Thursday, Facebook said that due to concerns about the virus, it’s canceling F8 — its biggest event of the year, which last year attracted thousands of attendees from dozens of countries. Instead, it will put on smaller “locally hosted events, videos and live streamed content.” F8 is one of several big tech conferences, including Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, that have been canceled altogether or negatively impacted due to coronavirus. Also on Thursday, Microsoft and Epic Games pulled out of one of the video game industry’s major conferences, Game Developers Conference, in San Francisco on March 16 to 17. Industry leaders are particularly concerned about events in tech’s capital in the San Francisco Bay Area, which has some of the highest travel rates to and from China, when compared to other regions in the US. Earlier this month, Facebook canceled a 5,000-person marketing event in San Francisco scheduled in March due to similar concerns. And on Tuesday, the mayor of San Francisco declared the city to be in a state of emergency, although there are still zero confirmed cases of the novel coronavirus in the city. Concerns are increasing after the Center for Disease Control and Prevention confirmed that a person in Solano County, in Northern California, has been diagnosed with the virus who seemingly had no ties to anyone overseas with the disease, suggesting that the coronavirus may now be spreading in the US, person-to-person. Meanwhile, some other major tech conferences, such as the RSA IT security conference in San Francisco’s Moscone Center, which attracts some 40,000 attendees annually, carried on as planned this week and featured speakers from Facebook, Twitter, and Google. IBM, AT&T Cybersecurity, and Verizon, however, pulled out over coronavirus fears. Organizers reportedly encouraged attendees to knock elbows instead of shake hands and placed ample hand sanitizer stations in the conference halls. Considering Facebook and other major tech companies have canceled or pulled out of conferences — it raises the questions about whether other major conferences will do the same. Google and Apple are also scheduled to have major conferences in the San Francisco Bay Area in May and June, respectively. Google confirmed that it is currently planning to host its I/O conference on May 12 to 14 in Mountain View, and that it’s following World Health Organization and Center for Disease Control and Prevention best practices. Recode is also hosting its annual Code tech conference in May in Los Angeles. The conference is considerably smaller than others that have been canceled, such as Mobile World Congress, which had over a hundred thousand attendees last year. “We are watching this closely to see what happens between now and the end of May. The health and safety of our community is of utmost importance to Recode and Vox Media.” Shannon Thompson, the executive director of conferences for Recode, said. South by Southwest, another conference that attracts many people in the tech industry and that draws over 30,000 people, said it plans to continue with the event on March 13 to 22. A spokesperson sent the following statement to Recode: The SXSW 2020 event is proceeding as planned. Safety is a top priority for SXSW, and we work closely with local, state, and federal agencies year-round to plan for a safe event. Where travel has been impacted, especially in the case of China, we are seeing a handful of cancellations. However, we are on par with years past in regard to registrants who are unable to attend. We are increasing our efforts to prevent the spread of disease per Austin Public Health’s recommendations. We will continue to monitor the situation closely and will provide updates as necessary. Apple did not respond to a request for comment by the time of publication.
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'I've seen a forklift go through a guitar case': Musicians share their air-travel horror stories
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Coronavirus’ next victim: The New York state budget 
This week’s stock-market plunge amid mounting fears of a global economic slowdown triggered by the coronavirus couldn’t come at a more crucial time in New York state’s budget-making process. On Albany’s truncated budget calendar, this is the week Gov. Andrew Cuomo and lawmakers are supposed to reach “consensus” on a revenue estimate for the state...
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Trump stumbles in first efforts to control virus response as fear spreads and markets fall
By the time President Donald Trump landed from his trip to India early Wednesday morning, he was not happy.
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Serial Manhattan subway scammer jailed after 142nd arrest
A serial subway scammer who allegedly tricks tourists into buying worthless MetroCards was sent to jail Thursday — after his 142nd career arrest. Charles Barry had enjoyed a revolving turnstile of justice for most of 2020, thanks to new bail reform laws that mandates zero-bail for most non-violent offenses. He was arrested six times this...
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Jets facing daunting task to solve endless pass rusher quest
INDIANAPOLIS — It has been nearly 14 years since the Jets traded John Abraham to the Falcons. Since that three-team deal (which included the Broncos) on March 22, 2006, the Jets have been through four general managers and four head coaches. Through all that time and all that change, they have been unable to find...
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Bloomberg pledges to stay in Democratic race 'to the bitter end' even if Sanders gets plurality of delegates
Former New York City Mayor Mike Bloomberg has vowed to stay in the 2020 Democratic presidential race until "the bitter end."
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