Updated 3:26 pm CDT, Wednesday, March 13, 2019 A pro-Brexit leave the European Union supporter takes part in a protest outside the House of Parliament in London, Wednesday, March 13, 2019. The European Parliament's chief Brexit official says he wants to limit any Brexit deadline extension to a few months at best, fearing it will take over the whole European election campaign. less A pro-Brexit leave the European Union supporter takes part in a protest outside the House of Parliament in London, Wednesday, March 13, 2019. The European Parliament's chief Brexit official says he wants to ... more Photo: Kirsty Wigglesworth, AP Photo: Kirsty Wigglesworth, AP Image 1 of / 12 Caption Close Image 1 of 12 A pro-Brexit leave the European Union supporter takes part in a protest outside … [Read more...] about The Latest: EU official says ‘no-deal’ vote wont halt Brexit
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By Gilbert Manzano | [email protected] | PUBLISHED: February 13, 2019 at 5:41 pm | UPDATED: February 13, 2019 at 5:44 pm The Chargers announced Wednesday they won’t exercise Corey Liuget’s contract option, but the team is keeping the door open on bringing back the defensive tackle. Liuget (6-foot-2, 300), who had $9.5 million cap hit and was owed a base salary of $4 million for 2019, is set to become a free agent March 13. With the move, the Chargers will save $8 million in cap space, according to OvertheCap.com. “Corey’s made major contributions to this organization since being our first-round selection in 2011 both on and off the field,” Chargers general manager Tom Telesco said in a statement. “He was our Walter Payton Man of the Year nominee in 2018 for a reason, and you won’t find a player who made a bigger contribution in the community than Corey. “While we did not exercise the 2019 option in Corey’s contract, and he will … [Read more...] about Chargers won’t exercise Corey Liuget’s option, keep door open for return
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Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Sports Subscribe Log In Log In Today’s Paper Sports | Andy Murray Loses at Australian Open but Won’t Say It’s All Over Supported by ByBen Rothenberg Jan. 14, 2019 MELBOURNE, Australia — With the end in sight, the capacity crowd inside Melbourne Arena rose to its feet. Andy Murray soaked in their ovation, and their emotions, and then began to let his out. As his first-round match at the Australian Open reached the four-hour mark Monday evening, Murray was trailing his Spanish opponent, Roberto Bautista Agut, by 1-5 in the fifth. His time, he knew, was almost up. Murray had battled valiantly to force that final set, coming back after losing the first two to level the match. He even had looked — briefly — as if he might take command of the fifth set as well before Bautista Agut reeled off five straight games, putting a comeback … [Read more...] about Andy Murray Loses at Australian Open but Won’t Say It’s All Over
BEIJING (Reuters) - China's pace of reforms will not "stagnate" and its door will open wider and wider, President Xi Jinping said on Monday in his New Year message, as he also warned of challenges ahead.Xi has repeatedly pledged his support for reform this year, as China marks 40 years since landmark economic reforms, amid mounting pressure to accelerate reforms and improve market access for foreign companies as a trade war with the United States weighs on the economy.gi In a speech carried by all major state media, Xi said that in 2018 China had pushed more than 100 important reform measures."The world has seen a China whose reforms and opening up have gathered speed, and has seen China's determination to follow through with reforms and opening up," Xi said."Our pace of reforms will not stagnate, and the door to opening up will widen further."Xi did not make specific mention of the trade war with the United States, noting that 2019 would bring "opportunities and challenges"."As we … [Read more...] about China’s Xi, in New Year’s address, says pace of reform won’t ‘stagnate’