Las Vegas Raiders Week 11 Inactives vs. Kansas City Chiefs – Raiders.com

  1. Las Vegas Raiders Week 11 Inactives vs. Kansas City Chiefs  Raiders.com
  2. Chiefs vs. Raiders live score, updates, highlights from ‘Sunday Night Football’ game  Sporting News
  3. Week 11 NFL scores, updates: Joe Burrow injured; Colts win  The Athletic
  4. Nelson Agholor beats his defender & reels in pass from Carr for the TD  Raiders.com
  5. How to Watch and Listen | Week 11: Chiefs vs. Raiders  chiefs.com
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NFL insider notes: Ravens suddenly in big trouble, Patriots can forget about playoffs and more from Week 11 – CBS Sports

  1. NFL insider notes: Ravens suddenly in big trouble, Patriots can forget about playoffs and more from Week 11  CBS Sports
  2. Baltimore Ravens QB Lamar Jackson after loss — Tennessee Titans ‘wanted it more than us’  ESPN
  3. Mike Preston: Ravens’ loss to Titans damaged more than just their playoff hopes | COMMENTARY  Baltimore Sun
  4. Mike Vrabel, John Harbaugh discuss Titans-Ravens pregame altercation and say they did shake hands  CBS Sports
  5. Ravens reeling after another painful and embarrassing collapse to Titans – Baltimore Ravens Blog- ESPN  ESPN
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Pat Quinn, co-founder of viral ALS Ice Bucket Challenge, dies at 37 – KSDK.com

  1. Pat Quinn, co-founder of viral ALS Ice Bucket Challenge, dies at 37  KSDK.com
  2. Pat Quinn, the co-founder of the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge, dies at 37  CNN
  3. Co-Founder Of ALS Ice Bucket Challenge Dies  CBS New York
  4. Ice Bucket Challenge co-creator Patrick Quinn dies aged 37  The Guardian
  5. Pat Quinn, co-creator of ‘Ice Bucket Challenge,’ dies at 37 from ALS  Fox News
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China Moon Mission Will Try To Bring Back The First Lunar Rocks In Decades – NPR

  1. China Moon Mission Will Try To Bring Back The First Lunar Rocks In Decades  NPR
  2. China is launching a space mission to collect the first rocks from the moon in 40 years  CNN
  3. China to Launch Space Program to Collect Moonrocks  The Daily Beast
  4. How to build a Moon base  BBC Focus Magazine
  5. China seeks to retrieve first Moon rocks since 1970s  Yahoo News
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American Music Awards 2020: See Jennifer Lopez, Megan Fox & More on the Red Carpet – E! NEWS

  1. American Music Awards 2020: See Jennifer Lopez, Megan Fox & More on the Red Carpet  E! NEWS
  2. The Best Looks From the 2020 AMAs Red Carpet  Yahoo Lifestyle
  3. Get ready for the 2020 American Music Awards  CNN
  4. Jennifer Lopez Turns Heads With an Edgy Short Hairstyle at the 2020 American Music Awards  E! NEWS
  5. You Won’t Believe What the 2000 American Music Awards Red Carpet Looked Like  msnNOW
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Baltimore Ravens QB Lamar Jackson after loss — Tennessee Titans 'wanted it more than us' – ESPN

  1. Baltimore Ravens QB Lamar Jackson after loss — Tennessee Titans ‘wanted it more than us’  ESPN
  2. John Harbaugh, Mike Vrabel exchange words after Titans gather at Ravens logo  NFL.com
  3. The Titans showed the Ravens where they had to improve. That hasn’t made progress any easier.  Baltimore Sun
  4. Lamar Jackson finds Mark Andrews for picture-perfect Ravens TD  ESPN
  5. Ravens’ John Harbaugh gets in heated exchange with Titans at midfield before kickoff  CBS Sports
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Trump Campaign 'Clarifies' That Sidney Powell Isn't On Legal Team

Trump Campaign ‘Clarifies’ That Sidney Powell Isn’t On Legal Team

Tyler Durden

Sun, 11/22/2020 – 18:40

The Trump Campaign issued a Sunday evening statement to clarify that attorney Sidney Powell, who has promised to unleash a ‘biblical’ election lawsuit in Georgia, is not part of the campaign’s legal team.

Trump Campaign general counsel Jenna Ellis tweeted a joint statement with Rudy Giuliani which reads: “Sidney Powell is practicing law on her own. She is not a member of the Trump Legal team. She is also not a lawyer for the President in his personal capacity.”

The announcement comes on the heels of a Saturday interview Powell gave to Newsmax, during which she said an upcoming election lawsuit in Georgia “will be biblical.”

“Georgia’s probably going to be the first state I’m gonna blow up,” she told the conservative news network, adding “We’ve got tons of evidence. It’s so much, it’s hard to pull it all together.”

“Hopefully, this week we will get it ready to file, and it will be biblical.”

Powell then claimed that Georgia Governor Brian Kemp and Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger were being paid as part of a conspiracy with Dominion Voting Systems.

“And Mr. Kemp and the secretary of state need to go with it because they’re in on the Dominion scam with their last-minute purchase or reward of a contract to Dominion of $100 million,” Powell alleged, while encouraging Georgia law enforcement officials to investigate.

Powell claimed at a press conference last week, standing next to Giuliani and Ellis, that Dominion Voting Systems machines had flipped millions of votes in favor of former Vice President Joe Biden – a claim she presented no evidence for, which has divided the MAGA camp between those demanding receipts (she notably bailed on an appearance with Tucker Carlson), and those who say she should be given time to assemble her case and present it in court.

Oddly, Trump seemed to consider Powell a member of his legal team last week.

Earlier Saturday, Trump attorney Jordan Sekulow hinted on Newsmax that there would be a “shocking” lawsuit filed in Georgia.

“I can’t tell you right now what is coming in Georgia, but what is coming in Georgia will be shocking,” he said.

Some on team MAGA did not respond kindly to the Trump Campaign’s statement

Others have noted that Ellis herself tagged Powell as a member of the team:

The Washington Post, meanwhile (so take with appropriate grains of salt) is reporting that Trump told his advisers Powell was ‘too much’ for him, and doesn’t view her as helpful anymore.



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Wauwatosa police arrest 15-year-old in connection with mall shooting that injured 8 people – Fox News

  1. Wauwatosa police arrest 15-year-old in connection with mall shooting that injured 8 people  Fox News
  2. Wisconsin’s Mayfair Mall Shooting Update  Bloomberg Quicktake: Now
  3. Teenager arrested in Wisconsin mall shooting that injured eight  Yahoo News
  4. ”I let the one gentleman in, pulled him to the back of the store:’ Mayfair Mall employee helps shooting victim  Channel3000.com – WISC-TV3
  5. Police: 15-year-old arrested in Mayfair Mall shooting that injured 8  FOX 6 Milwaukee
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Get ready for the 2020 American Music Awards – CNN

  1. Get ready for the 2020 American Music Awards  CNN
  2. AMAs 2020: The Weeknd and Roddy Ricch Battle It Out for Most Honors  Entertainment Tonight
  3. The Best Looks From the 2020 AMAs Red Carpet  Yahoo Lifestyle
  4. Sexy AMAs 2020 sets from Jennifer Lopez, Megan Thee Stallion are ‘freaking out’ censors  Page Six
  5. How to Watch the 2020 American Music Awards  Rolling Stone
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Los Angeles County Goes Into Lockdown… Again

CALIFORNIA — (Press Release / LA County) — As new COVID-19 cases remain at alarming levels and the number of people hospitalized continue to increase, the Los Angeles County Health Officer Order will be modified to restrict dining at restaurants, breweries, wineries and bars as the five-day average of new cases increased to more than 4,000 cases. The modified order will take effect Wednesday, November 25 at 10:00 p.m.

Today, Public Health has confirmed 9 new deaths and 2,718 new cases of COVID-19. Currently, the five-day average is 4,097 new cases.

To reduce the possibility for crowding and the potential for exposures in settings where people are not wearing their face coverings, restaurants, breweries, wineries and bars will only be able to offer take-out, drive thru, and delivery services. Wineries and breweries may continue their retail operations adhering to current protocols. In person dining will not be allowed, at minimum, for the next 3 weeks.

Last week, Los Angeles County established thresholds for additional actions if the five-day average of cases is 4,000 or more or hospitalizations are more than 1,750 per day, to restrict in-person dining at restaurants, breweries, wineries and bars.

If the five-day average of cases is 4,500 or more or hospitalizations are more than 2,000 per day, a Targeted Safer at Home Order will be issued for three weeks. The Order would offer additional restrictions while allowing essential and emergency workers and those securing essential services to leave their homes.

There are 1,401 people with COVID-19 currently hospitalized and 26% of these people are in the ICU. Over the past 7 days, the number of hospitalized patients increased by nearly 35%.

Public Health reminds everyone to stay home as much as possible for the next two to three weeks to change the trajectory of surging cases and save lives. COVID-19 can be unintentionally spread to other people unless we all practice the simple safety precautions that prevents spread. Virus transmission can be significantly reduced if we all keep distance from others who we don’t live with, always wear a face covering properly over our nose and mouth, and wash our hands frequently.

Additionally, it is very important that if you are even mildly sick or think you were exposed to someone with COVID-19 that you stay home and away from other people, especially those at greater risk of becoming seriously ill from COVID-19 and consider being tested for COVID-19.

To date, Public Health identified 364,520 positive cases of COVID-19 across all areas of L.A. County and a total of 7,438 deaths. Testing results are available for more than 3,542,000 individuals with 10% of all people testing positive.

“As we modify our Thanksgiving holiday celebrations, we are reminded of the many families who will miss their loved ones who have passed away from COVID-19. We send wishes for healing and peace,” said Barbara Ferrer, PhD, MPH, MEd, Director of Public Health. “The persistent high number of cases requires additional safety measures that limit mixing in settings where people are not wearing masks. We hope individuals continue to support restaurants, breweries and wineries by ordering for take-out or delivery. We also fervently hope every L.A. County resident supports all our businesses by following the Public Health directives that we know work to slow spread. Unfortunately, if our cases and hospitalizations continue to increase, we will need to issue further restrictions to protect our healthcare system and prevent more deaths.”

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Trump Yet to Answer One Press Question Since Election as GOP Pressure for His Concession to Biden Grows – Newsweek

  1. Trump Yet to Answer One Press Question Since Election as GOP Pressure for His Concession to Biden Grows  Newsweek
  2. Judge’s devastating question for team Trump  CNN
  3. GOP’s Guadagno: It’s time for Trump to move on Opinion  NJ.com
  4. Andrew McCarthy: Trump’s flawed Pennsylvania election challenge — here’s where the case fell short  Fox News
  5. Our National Security Depends on Joe Biden’s Transition  The New York Times
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Trump abandons 'Open Skies Treaty' that allows Russian planes to spy on our troops

The United States announced on Sunday that it has left a treaty that allowed Russia to conduct unarmed, reconnaissance flights over the U.S.

The Open Skies treaty was negotiated in 1992 and allowed each country signing the treaty in 2002 the right to observe the others, according to Fox News.

However, irked by the limitations that Russia imposed on America when it sought to conduct surveillance over Russia, the Trump administration decided earlier this year to pull out of the treaty.

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said that ending the treaty was a matter of common sense.

“The Open Skies Treaty was meant to contribute to international security, but it has been twisted and perverted in its implementation and now serves Russian purposes inimical to that security,” Pompeo said in May when the administration decided to walk away from the agreement, according to a statement on the State Department website.

“A cornerstone of President Trump’s National Security Strategy is to protect the American people, the American way of life, and American security interests. As the President has made clear, the United States must take a clear-eyed look at any agreement through the prism of today’s reality and assess whether such agreement remains in the U.S. interest. After careful consideration, including input from Allies and key partners, it has become abundantly clear that it is no longer in America’s interest to remain a party to the Treaty on Open Skies,” he wrote.

Pompeo said the goal of the agreement was to achieve an open, trusting relationship.

“Russia’s implementation and violation of Open Skies, however, has undermined this central confidence-building function of the Treaty — and has, in fact, fueled distrust and threats to our national security — making continued U.S. participation untenable,” he said.

“Russia has flagrantly and continuously violated the Treaty in various ways for years. This is not a story exclusive to just the Treaty on Open Skies, unfortunately, for Russia has been a serial violator of many of its arms control obligations and commitments.  Despite the Open Skies Treaty’s aspiration to build confidence and trust by demonstrating through unrestricted overflights that no party has anything to hide, Russia has consistently acted as if it were free to turn its obligations off and on at will, unlawfully denying or restricting Open Skies observation flights whenever it desires.”

Pompeo charged that Russia would not allow flights near disputed regions, and also “illegally placed a restriction on flight distance over Kaliningrad, despite the fact that this enclave has become the location of a significant military build-up that Russian officials have suggested includes short-range nuclear-tipped missiles targeting NATO.”

Pompeo said that Russia has used its flights over U.S. sites as a first step to develop attack plans.

“Moscow appears to use Open Skies imagery in support of an aggressive new Russian doctrine of targeting critical infrastructure in the United States and Europe with precision-guided conventional munitions.  Rather than using the Open Skies Treaty as a mechanism for improving trust and confidence through military transparency, Russia has, therefore, weaponized the Treaty by making it into a tool of intimidation and threat,” he wrote.

Remaining in the agreement, Pompeo said, would “maintain an empty façade of cooperation with Moscow.”

“We remain committed to effective arms control that advances U.S., Ally, and partner security, that is verifiable and enforceable, and that includes partners that comply responsibly with their obligations.  But we cannot remain in arms control agreements that are violated by the other side, and that are actively being used not to support but rather to undermine international peace and security,” he said, noting that if Russia changed its tune, the administration might change its mind when the six-month notification period ended.

The period expired Sunday, according to a news release posted on the State Department’s website.

“On May 22, 2020, the United States exercised its right pursuant to paragraph 2 of Article XV of the Treaty on Open Skies by providing notice to the Treaty Depositaries and to all States Parties of its decision to withdraw from the Treaty, effective six months from the notification date.  Six months having elapsed, the U.S. withdrawal took effect on November 22, 2020, and the United States is no longer a State Party to the Treaty on Open Skies,” said Cale Brown, deputy spokesperson.

There are now more than 30 countries that are signatories to the treaty.

It’s unclear what might happen to the treaty in the administration of presumptive  potential President-elect Joe Biden, according to the Omaha World-Herald.

But what about getting back in?

“If the Biden administration wanted to rejoin the treaty, he could do it, but it would be cumbersome,” said Peter Jones,  who helped negotiate the treaty .

Peter Brookes, a senior research fellow at the conservative Heritage Foundation, said he’s against a last-minute reprieve.

“We haven’t seen enough change in Russian behavior,” said Brookes, a Defense Department official under former President George W. Bush. “If there’s a Biden administration in January, they can look at this and decide whether they agree or disagree with the Trump administration’s decision.”

This article appeared originally on The Western Journal.

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Dollar pinned near major support as vaccine progress weighs

November 22, 2020

By Wayne Cole

SYDNEY (Reuters) – The U.S. dollar marked time on Monday as the prospect of an early rollout of coronavirus vaccines was offset by concerns about economic restrictions to control the spread of the virus, leaving safe-haven assets in limbo.

A holiday in Japan also made for sparse liquidity and made investors reluctant to test major chart barriers on a number of dollar pairs.

The euro was hovering at $1.1858, having repeatedly failed to break above the $1.1993 resistance level last week. It needs to clear the November top of $1.1919 to extend its uptrend.

Analysts at Capital Economics are bullish on the single currency’s longer-term outlook.

“We think that the exchange rate will rise further over the next few years against a backdrop of lower euro-zone stability risks; an increased real yield gap between the euro-zone and the U.S.; and a continued recovery in the global economy,” they wrote in a note.

They lifted their forecasts for the euro and now see it at $1.2500 by the end of 2021 and $1.3000 at the close of 2022, up from $1.2000 and $1.2500 previously.

The dollar has also been drifting slowly lower on the Japanese yen and last stood at 103.80, just above chart support at 103.62. A break there would see a re-test of the November trough of 103.16, which was the lowest since the market turmoil of March.

Against a basket of currencies, the dollar was a shade softer at 92.374 and again uncomfortably close to support at 92.129 and 91.373.

Promising news on vaccines were weighing on the safe-haven dollar. The first people in the United States could receive a COVID-19 vaccine a day after the U.S. Food and Drug Administration grants approval in mid-December.

And Britain could give regulatory approval to Pfizer-BioNTech’s COVID-19 vaccine this week.

On the other hand, millions of Americans are expected to ignore warnings to stay home for the Thanksgiving holiday, while Germany might have to extend its lockdown until mid-December.

The rash of coronavirus restrictions across the United States has stoked speculation the Federal Reserve might have to ease monetary policy further, particularly with no fiscal stimulus deal in sight.

Last week’s surprise move by the U.S. Treasury Department to end some emergency lending programs only added to the speculation.

That will heighten the focus on the minutes of the U.S. central bank’s last policy meeting, which are due to be released on Wednesday. The minutes are expected to confirm Fed policymakers discussed adding to the bank’s asset-buying plans.

“The minutes should help gauge whether our call for a lengthening of the maturity mix as soon as the December meeting remains on track,” analysts at TD Securities wrote in a note.

(Reporting by Wayne Cole; Editing by Paul Simao)