Jared Bernstein, The Washington Post Published 6:26 am PST, Tuesday, March 5, 2019 U.S. Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D-N.Y., worked with Sen. Ed Markey, D-Mass., to introduce the Green New Deal resolution on Feb. 7, 2019. Although lacking specific programs - to be determined in later legislation - the resolution sets out goals for the nation that include high-quality health care, affordable housing, economic security and a clean environment. >>>Read the entire resolution here ... less U.S. Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D-N.Y., worked with Sen. Ed Markey, D-Mass., to introduce the Green New Deal resolution on Feb. 7, 2019. Although lacking specific programs - to be determined in later ... more Photo: Pete Marovich, NYT Photo: Pete Marovich, NYT Image 1 of / 12 Caption Close … [Read more...] about The influence of centrist Democrats is fading fast. What does that mean for liberal technocrats?
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By Martin Gallegos | [email protected] | Bay Area News Group PUBLISHED: February 28, 2019 at 1:55 pm | UPDATED: February 28, 2019 at 1:55 pm MESA, Ariz. — The A’s entered spring training with a surplus of outfielders and they’re going to need it. Nick Martini, the left fielder who emerged last season an on-base machine and key leadoff man throughout the A’s playoff run, is going to be shut down from all baseball activities for the next two weeks with a right knee sprain. Martini, 28, sustained the injury in Tuesday’s game after crashing into the left-field wall at Hohokam Stadium after tripping over his cleat while attempting to chase down a foul ball. “He was coming off a good year and having a good spring again,” A’s manager Bob Melvin said. “Doing everything you would expect him to do. It’s disappointing for us and him. But if ever there was a time to have it, it would be early in the season rather than … [Read more...] about Nick Martini out with knee sprain, what does this mean for A’s outfield?
Italians love the World Cup, even when they're not in it 'Mondiali' (World Cup) was the single most searched term in 2018, despite the fact that Italy failed to qualify for football's biggest contest. It also topped the list of events searched for in what was an exceptionally eventful year: Italians looked up the World Cup more than they searched for the general election or the disastrous collapse of Genoa's Morandi Bridge. The Italian internet is morbidly curious Four of the top five most searched names were famous figures who died this year: Italian-born businessman Sergio Marchionne, formerly of Fiat Chrysler; Fabrizio Frizzi, TV presenter and national treasure (as well as the voice of the Italian Woody in the dubbed versions of Toy Story); Swedish DJ Avicii, dead at 28; and Davide Astori, the Fiorentina footballer who died suddenly of a suspected heart attack. The only living member of the top five was Cristiano Ronaldo, who joined Turin's own Juventus in … [Read more...] about ‘What does sexist mean?’: What Italy Googled most in 2018
The real intrigue surrounding the FBI’s college basketball corruption trial in Manhattan had little to do with if the prosecution could prove universities were “defrauded” by a few rouge individuals like Adidas executives Merl Code and James Gatto and agency middleman Christian Dawkins. Instead, the most compelling part of this trial was always going to be the juicy details that came out in court regardless of whether or not they would impact the actual verdict. On Tuesday, the trial provided its biggest bombshell yet: the father of Zion Williamson — Duke freshman and Internet legend — caught on tape asking a Kansas assistant coach for money, housing and a job. The conversation was caught on an FBI wiretap, but wasn’t admitted as evidence in the trial because it occurred just 12 days before Code was arrested in September of 2017, well after the alleged fraud he committed that put him on trial. Still: the introduction of Williamson’s name into … [Read more...] about Zion Williamson has been dragged into the FBI trial. What does it mean for Duke, Kansas and the NCAA?
By Amy Graff, SFGATE Published 8:00 am PDT, Monday, September 10, 2018 NOAA's Climate Prediction Center reports, "ENSO-neutral continued during August, as indicated by a blend of slightly above- and below- average sea surface temperatures (SSTs) across the equatorial Pacific Ocean." less NOAA's Climate Prediction Center reports, "ENSO-neutral continued during August, as indicated by a blend of slightly above- and below- average sea surface temperatures (SSTs) across the equatorial Pacific ... more Photo: NOAA La Niña typically prompts more Atlantic hurricanes. The weather pattern is likely to manifest by mid 2016 as a strong El Niño wanes.Click through our slideshow to compare the two major weather patterns, and to see photos from a record year of severe weather. less La Niña typically prompts more Atlantic hurricanes. The weather pattern is likely to manifest by mid 2016 as a strong El … [Read more...] about El Niño is likely coming back: What does this mean for the San Francisco Bay Area?