PHOENIX — John Mara admits he has a soft spot in his heart for Eli Manning, and not only because of the two newest Lombardi Trophies behind glass at the Giants team facility. Mara, though, grew hot under the collar when it was insinuated he is keeping the 38-year-old quarterback around because of sentiment. “I’ve read that and I have to tell you that really gets under my skin because that is absolutely nonsense,’’ Mara, his voice rising, said Sunday at the NFL annual league meeting. “Do I feel a certain amount of sentimentality towards Eli? Of course I do. Would I ever let that get in the way of making a football decision? Absolutely not! And I cannot believe some of you write that.’’ Mara, sitting beside co-owner Steve Tisch, has heard plenty of negative reaction to moves made by the Giants this offseason, from trading away Odell Beckham Jr., to keeping Manning and not at least putting the franchise tag on safety Landon Collins. Mara … [Read more...] about John Mara lashes out over Eli Manning loyalty talk
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close Video Trump Foundation to dissolve under court supervision Charity established by the Trump family to shut down amid allegations of unlawful coordination with the campaign and improper charitable contributions. President Trump lashed out Wednesday at New York Democrats -- specifically, “sleazebag” former Attorney General Eric Schneiderman -- after he agreed to dissolve his charitable foundation amid a lawsuit alleging illegal conduct. The foundation was facing numerous accusations about misusing money. But Trump complained Wednesday that the same prosecutors never scrutinized the Clinton Foundation, claiming a "double standard." “The Trump Foundation has done great work and given away lots of money, both mine and others, to great charities over the years –with me taking NO fees, rent, salaries, etc. Now, as usual, I am getting slammed by Cuomo and the Dems in a long running civil lawsuit started by sleazebag AG Eric Schneiderman, who has … [Read more...] about Trump lashes out at New York AGs after foundation agrees to dissolve: ‘Double standard’
Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Smarter Living Subscribe Log In Subscribe Log In Today’s Paper Advertisement Supported by Growing up in 10 different countries wasn’t easy. Here’s what I learned. ByElia Rathore Oct. 9, 2018 Welcome to The Edit newsletter. Each week you’ll hear from college students and recent graduates about issues going on in their lives. You also may hear from me, Lindsey Underwood, editor of the newsletter. Sign up here to get it in your inbox. I’ve never decorated my bedroom before. For me, the act of adorning a room with little trinkets, putting up posters, and all the things associated with making a place my own always seemed futile. Even during the four years I spent living in a dorm, I never saw the point. This is all just temporary, I thought. I had bedrooms in 10 different countries growing up. My parents are Pakistani diplomats, so my siblings … [Read more...] about I Don’t Have a Hometown. It’s Taught Me a Lot.
Calendar Saturday, August 25, 2018, 12:05 a.m. Share this story Arts and Exhibits TODAY, Aug. 25 ADVERTISING ABSTRACT ONLY! ART EXHIBIT Where: Wailoa Center, 200 Piopio St., Hilo When: Regular center hours through Thursday Details: Learn about and enjoy abstract art. Contact: Wailoa Center, 933-0416, [email protected] GATEWOOD AND AMEMIYA ART EXHIBITION Where: East Hawaii Cultural Center, 141 Kalakaua St., Hilo When: Regular center hours through Friday Details: Features abstract paintings from Lamerol Gatewood’s Energy Series and Hilo’s Clayton Amemiya’s wood fired ceramics. Contact: Monique Ortiz, 961-5711, [email protected] Classes TODAY, Aug. 25 YOGA WITH CATHERINE SOUTHERN Where: Hilo Armory, Culture & Education Classroom, 28 Shipman St., Hilo When: 5 p.m. Saturdays through Oct. 27 Details: Bring your own mat and towel. Cost for the 10 sessions is $30. Classes will continue throughout the year. To register, call the number below. … [Read more...] about Calendar for August 25
Connor Radnovich Salem Statesman Journal Published 1:09 p.m. UTC Aug 23, 2018 Richie Gregg lives in his foreclosed childhood home and the only reason he’s still alive is that they haven't shut off the electricity. Even with a ventilator pushing air into the 43-year-old's deteriorating lungs, he often wakes up in the night gasping for breath. Sometimes he can’t gather enough to yell for help — he certainly can’t call an ambulance. So he throws whatever is in reach at the back of his bedroom door until his housemates wake up. This year alone, he’s made 13 trips to Salem Health. That’s how he met Nancy Riley. A nurse and care manager at Salem Health, Riley and two other women run a pilot program designed to help some of the hospital’s most frequent flyers. It was Riley who pushed to keep the electricity on, saving Gregg's life. The three women have a list of 1,400 patients who qualify for … [Read more...] about Salem homeless: Caregivers test ways to help hospital’s most frequent users