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    New York Mets president Sandy Alderson says he is emphasizing offense over defense but Kevin Pillar and Albert Almora Jr. were brought in to help with their gloves. "While some of our players aren’t defensive geniuses, we think that the overall blend that we have is pretty good," Alderson said during an interview on the ESPN telecast of Thursday’s 8-4 win over Washington in Port St. Lucie, Florida. CLICK HERE FOR MORE SPORTS COVERAGE ON FOXNEWS.COM Washington stole three bases off new Mets catcher Brian McCann, two by Víctor Robles. Brandon Nimmo was picked off by Jackson Rutledge. New York’s 32 errors were 10th among the 30 teams last year. "I totally agree with Sandy," Mets manager Luis Rojas said. "That’s one of the things that we’re working on in this camp. We talk about baserunning. We failed today in baserunning. We got picked off at first base on a...
    NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — A proud woman in the Bronx is becomes a mentor to thousands of children in the city and a model for making a difference. As we continue our series honoring Black History Month, CBS2’s Jessica Layton introduces us to the new leader of the nation’s first and the city’s largest youth mentoring program. RELATED: Black History Is Our History: Exploring New York City’s Role In The Underground Railroad Alicia Guevara is the first female CEO in the 117-year history of Big Brothers Big Sisters Of New York City. It would be an honor for anyone. But to Guevara, it’s also a “humbling” distinction. “A woman and as a woman of color. I’m a Black woman. I’m a Latina,” said Guevara. Born and raised in the Bronx, Guevara built a career believing in the power of mentorship – probably because of the indelible mark made by her...
    The New York Times Why Idris Elba chose comedy to tell his most personal story “In the Long Run,” which has just finished its third season on Starz, is a comedy based on the childhood of actor Idris Elba in Holly Street Estate, a racially diverse public housing community in the London borough of Hackney. Set on the fictional Eastbridge Estate in the early 1980s, Elba, creator of the series for British network Sky One, plays Walter Easmon, who, like Elba’s real father Winston, migrated to England from the Sierra. Leona and worked in an American auto parts factory. However, this story of immigration and integration is not told exclusively from the perspective of Walter or his 13-year-old UK-born son, Kobna (Sammy Kamara), based on Elba. Instead, the show is a broad and upbeat portrait of a community, a story about interracial working-class Britons and West African immigrant families coexisting...
    Bridget Jones’s toe-curling exploits still make us hoot with laughter a quarter of a century on. So far in our return to the best-seller that caused a sensation, she’s dressed as a Bunny Girl, endured a calamitous first day as a TV reporter and, thanks to some appalling cooking, totally ruined a dinner party for Mark Darcy. Everything seems to be going wrong. But today, in our final exclusive instalment, hapless Bridget gets her happy ending ...  Wednesday, 22 November 8 st 10 lb (hurrah!), alcohol units 3. 10am Back in flat, completely exhausted. On top of everything else, have to go to work and get b******ing for being late. Dad seemed to be rallying a little when I left: alternating between moments of wild cheerfulness that Julio proved to be a bounder so Mum might come back and start a new life with him, and deep depression that the...
    People have shared some of the best, and largely unknown, solutions to everyday problems in an online gallery.   Among the findings, collated by Bored Panda, is a shirt with a lens cloth sewn on, making it the perfect item for those who need to wear glasses but forget to clean them before leaving the house. Elsewhere, a train boasts seats facing the idyllic window scenes, while public swings  power chargers for phones in one train station.  Gathered from across the world, the images also include a fitted sheet with labels telling you where each corner should be placed. People have shared some of the best, and largely unknown, solutions to everyday problems in an online gallery. Among the findings, collated by Bored Panda , is a shirt with a lens cloth sewn on (pictured) The invention you never knew you needed! A train in Japan boasts seats facing the...
    Former first lady Michelle Obama on Monday warned Georgia voters they “can’t just vote for President and think that our job is done,” adding Republicans “want us to believe that their pride is more important than our democracy.” “Your vote is your voice. It’s your power. And right now, from the President of the United States on down, we’re seeing and hearing just how desperate some are to take that power away. They want us to believe that their pride is more important than our democracy,” she said of Republicans, describing it as “unconscionable,” particularly “at a time when a staggering number of Americans are dying every day from a virus that was downplayed for far too long.” “It’s unconscionable to focus on overturning an election rather than helping struggling families or distributing a vaccine,” she said. “This is why we can’t just vote for President and think that our...
    Friday, Rep. Lucy McBath (D-GA) weighed in on President Donald Trump criticizing Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger over his handling of elections. McBath said on CNN’s “New Day” that Trump’s attacks on the country’s democracy “continues to be appalling.” She added Georgia has been running “clean elections “The president’s attacks on our democracy continues to be appalling,” McBath advised. “Georgia has been very upfront. We’ve run clean elections. We’ve had clean politics, particularly after what we saw happen with our June 9 primary. And so the secretary of state, we do have to give him some applause for making sure that he ran clean and safe and fair elections, and that the president is not happy with that, you know, we’ve done what we were called to do, and we’ve done it fairly, and now we have a new president-elect, and that is President-elect Joe Biden.” With Trump planning to...
    Billionaire Mark Cuban has called out left-wing pop star John Legend for urging people to prioritize political donations over charitable giving to food banks and shelters ahead of the Georgia Senate runoff elections. “Come on John,” Cuban tweeted. “There is a point of diminishing returns on political ad spend, there are no diminished returns when it comes to feeding the hungry.” Mark Cuban, who owns the Dallas Mavericks basketball team and a supporter of Hillary Clinton in 2016, tweeted Thursday that people who are considering donating to candidates in the Georgia Senate runoff elections ought to re-consider and donate to local food banks and other charities helping those in need. “Let’s put Americans in need above Politics,” he wrote. John Legend disagreed, saying that “Senate flipping would be far more impactful than a food bank donation.” The pop star is a major Democrat activist who initially supported Elizabeth Warren’s presidential campaign...
              Live from Music Row Monday morning on The Tennessee Star Report with Michael Patrick Leahy – broadcast on Nashville’s Talk Radio 98.3 and 1510 WLAC weekdays from 5:00 a.m. to 8:00 a.m. –  host Leahy welcomed the original all-star panelist Crom Carmichael to the studio. During the show, Carmichael weighed in on the recent Breitbart article where teachers’ unions have cheered for no more school choice. He was convinced that should Joe Biden decide to do away with charter schools it would only enrage Black and Hispanic parents of students who are stuck in underperforming school districts and argued that the tax for charter schools be put upon the super-wealthy. Leahy: We are here in the studio with us now Crom Carmichael. Crom, so the teachers’ unions there’s a story at Breitbart News by my good friend Dr. Susan Berry. Headline: Teachers’ Unions Gleeful: ‘Bye...
    President Donald Trump attacked one of his favorite targets, Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-MN), at a campaign rally Friday in Michigan, claiming that the Somali-born American citizen “loves” Yemen but “doesn’t love our country.” Trump’s comments came as he pondered if Bernie Sanders would run for president again. “I don’t know,” said Trump, noting that Sanders “fights like hell” and openly questioning if he would have been an easier opponent than Joe Biden, who he referred to as “Sleepy Joe.” “Joe has a bigger base but zero energy, right?” said Trump. “We have a big base and we have more energy than anybody.” Trump then turned to immigration policy, claiming that Biden wanted “a 700% increase in refugees from the most dangerous terrorist spots anywhere in the world including Syria, Somalia, where Omar, Omar — that’s the other reason I’m gonna win, Eeeel-han, Eeel-han Omar,” said Trump, exaggerating the pronunciation of her name as the crowed booed....
    Reese Witherspoon played a lawyer in her “Legally Blonde” films and has since added the title of studio executive to her illustrious resume, but the actress isn’t ruling out a potential run for office in the future. Witherspoon, 44, made the revelation on Monday’s episode of the “SmartLess” podcast alongside Jason Bateman who admitted to the “Big Little Lies” star, “I think you’d get a lot of the vote,” per People. The Oscar-winning actress quipped to co-hosts Will Arnett and Sean Hayes that “our standards have become pretty low in this country” and when the trio egged Witherspoon on that she could one day find herself filling a Senate seat, she didn’t exactly close the door own the idea. "I wouldn't say never, because I don't know where I'm going to be when I'm, you know, 65," the mother of three responded judiciously. REESE WITHERSPOON TWEETS ABOUT BEING MISTAKEN FOR...
    Gregg DeGuire/Getty Images Reese Witherspoon revealed in a new interview that she’d consider running for office at some point in the future, while also stressing the importance of women being better represented in government. Witherspoon appeared on the latest episode of Jason Bateman, Will Arnett and Sean Hayes’ SmartLess podcast, during which the conversation turned to politics. When told by the co-hosts that she’d make a good politician and could easily win votes, the actress joked, “Yeah, our standards have become very low in this country.” The Legally Blonde star went on to note that she’s still passionate about acting and producing at this time, but as for a political run, “I wouldn’t say never because I don’t know where I’m going to be when I’m, you know, 65.” Witherspoon further expressed that the United States government needs “better representation and balance.” She added, “Women are 50 percent of the...
    Days of Our Lives spoilers for Friday, October 23 reveal that tensions will be running high as the soap opera airs its cliffhanger episode to end the week. Fans can expect to see some big drama in Salem headed into the weekend. According to Soap Hub, Belle Black (Martha Madison) will be frightened when she comes home to find her enemy Jan Spears in her house. As viewers already know, Belle and Jan have a very shocking history. Jan has done nothing but try to sabotage Belle’s relationship with her husband Shawn Brady (Brandon Beemer). She’s done everything in her power to break up the couple, even kidnapping Shawn and holding him hostage in hopes of breaking their bond and getting Shawn to fall in love with her. Jan has proven herself to be irrational and violent, and Belle has often been the center of her schemes. Jan’s obsession with...
    President Donald Trump went on another racially-charged attack against Congresswoman Ilhan Omar (D) during a Wednesday campaign event in her home state of Minnesota. Trump predictably railed against former Vice President Joe Biden and Senator Bernie Sanders by claiming they had a plan “to inundate your state with a historic flood of refugees.” Throughout the rally, Trump painted refugees as “dangerous,” claimed they would overwhelm Minnesota, and that Biden “will turn Minnesota into a refugee camp.” The president also moved to attack Omar over an unproven allegation of being involved in a ballot harvesting plot. “What is going on with Omar?” Trump said. “I’ve been reading these reports for two years about how corrupt and crooked she is.” As the crowd chanted “lock her up,” Trump went on to complain that Omar “tells us how to run our country.” “How the hell did Minnesota elect her? What the hell...
    President Donald Trump attacked Congresswoman Ilhan Omar (D-MN) on Tuesday night during his rally. Speaking in Pennsylvania, Trump went on the offensive against The Squad, railing about progressive policy proposals and saying Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY) is “not a good student, not good at anything, but she’s got a good line of crap.” Trump then turned to Omar and bragged saying “we are going to win the state of Minnesota because of her.” “She is telling us how to run our country,” Trump went on. “How did you do where you came from? How is your country doing? She is telling us how to run our country.” Omar emigrated to America with her family decades ago when she was a child refugee from Somalia. She has been an American citizen for 20 years. Trump has repeatedly attack Omar and her fellow progressives, but his latest remarks are comparable from his...
    NEWPORT BEACH (CBSLA) — Serious charges have now been filed against a Riverside man accused of killing a Newport Beach woman who was walking her dog near her home. Cleo Coffman, 72, and her dog, Bob, were killed Sunday after a driver struck them near their Newport Beach home. (Family photo) Ali Fakhreddine, 31, is facing charges of murder, hit-and-run and driving under the influence in the crash that killed 72-year-old Cleo Coffman and her beloved dog, Bob, early Sunday morning. “He destroyed our lives, and my life is upside down right now,” Marcus Coppini, the Coffman’s son said. “My mom was my best friend.” Days after her death, Coffman’s sons were sharing how special the last day of their mom’s life was. “She had a different sparkle in her eyes,” Carlos Coppini, Coffman’s other son, said. “I made a mental notice on the day, because I saw that everything...
    President Donald Trump campaigned in Minnesota on Monday, criticizing Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-MN). Trump mentioned Omar’s name during his campaign speech, which immediately drew boos from the crowd of supporters. Omar, a member of the leftist “squad” including Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY), easily won her primary in Minnesota’s fifth congressional district, which traditionally leans Democrat. “How the hell did she win the primary?” Trump said. “This woman is crazy! She’s a horrible woman who hates our country.” One supporter shouted back, “mail-in voting” prompting Trump to chuckle. “You might be right, we’ll have to check,” he said. “How does this woman win?” Trump continued. “Where are the people that would vote for her?” He recalled that Omar described the Minneapolis police department as a “cancer” that was “rotten to the root.” Trump also criticized Biden for refusing to condemn the comments about police officers. “Joe Biden did not condemn the...
    ROSEVILLE (CBS13) – If walls could talk, they’d have a lot to say at Paul Wagner Big & Tall. Roseville’s longest-running store has been around since 1908. “I made more friends in here than you can imagine,” said co-owner John Wagner. John ran the store with his brother, Jim Wagner. While many stores have buckled under the pandemic, that’s not the case here. For John and Jim, it was merely a signal that it was a good time to retire. “It’s been a good run. When we started our store, we had about five menswear stores and we’re the only one left in this area,” Jim said. Even online shopping couldn’t match them. “If they buy online, they have a problem because they never knew what size they were. I could look at a person and tell you what size they took and that’s what people loved about this store,”...
    (CBS4)– Olympian Emma Coburn, and her Team Boss teammates will be running for records, and for a good cause, on Saturday evening in Grand Junction. BOULDER, COLORADO – MAY 08: Olympic steeplechase athlete Emma Coburn goes for a run during a training session on May 08, 2020 in Boulder, Colorado. Athletes across the globe are now training in isolation under strict policies in place due to the Covid-19 pandemic. (Photo by Matthew Stockman/Getty Images) “All of our track meets for the whole year have been cancelled,” said Coburn. “We needed to be able to race in 2020 in able to be fit and ready for the Olympic trials in 2021.” So Coburn’s coach and husband Joe Bosshard organized Saturday’s race at Colorado Mesa University in which six women and four men will try to break the current mile record in the state (4:36.8 for women and 4:01.00 for men). BOSTON,...
    If you need an island-style escape, you'd better do it before Sunday, because Hidden Idol is calling it quits. Another victim of the COVID-19 crisis, the popular tropical-themed bar will be serving its last tiki cocktail on Sunday, June 28, before closing for good. Owner John Elliott says he just can’t make enough money for the bar to survive under the current restrictions put in place to flatten the curve on the coronavirus pandemic. “We’re allowed 50 percent capacity, but the way our bar is laid out, with social distancing, we really can only do about 30 percent. Nobody opens a bar or restaurant planning on less than 50 percent capacity.” The bar had a soft reopening two weeks ago after a three-month closure and even though reservations filled up, Elliott just couldn’t make the numbers work. “In the Denver market, rents are high and so is the...
    Democratic New York Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez argued Monday that some Latino people are black during an interview about how the pandemic is impacting the Latino community. “I always say Latinos are black. We are Afro-Latina and we — we run an entire racial spectrum,” she said during an interview on Telemundo. Ocasio-Cortez, a progressive Democrat, is running for re-election after beating former New York Rep. Joe Crowley in 2018. Ocasio-Cortez went on to suggest that people should have discussions about the “African and indigenous roots from which we come and how that’s reflected in systems of power, wealth inequality and, frankly, our political system.” (RELATED: The Most Absurd And Shocking Things Said By Ocasio-Cortez In 2019) She faces stiff competition this election year from former journalist Michelle Caruso-Cabrera, among other candidates. Caruso-Cabrera has raised about $2 million. Ocasio-Cortez tried throughout the interview Monday to create the perception that black people and Latinos in the...
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