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Twitter users are imagining what could be Vice President-elect Mike Pence’s favorite musicals, following his eventful evening watching “ Hamilton .” The Indiana governor was widely  booed on entering the Richard Rogers Theater  in New York City on Friday night, and the Broadway show’s cast addressed him with a powerful message  as he later left. News of the incident caused the #NameAPenceMusical hashtag to globally trend on the micro-blogging service, with users putting their own Pence spin on classic musical shows

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Last season the University of Oregon won the Pac-12 title and earned a No.1 seed in the NCAA tournament. The Ducks reached the Elite 8, defeating Duke in the regional semifinals and losing to Oklahoma and Buddy Hield in the regional finals

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The NBA champion Cleveland Cavaliers stopped by the White House Thursday , resulting in this epic #MannequinChallenge video. Freezing our @WhiteHouse visit in time forever with @FLOTUS ! #MannequinChallenge pic.twitter.com/iX1qaJ8qQQ — Cleveland Cavaliers (@cavs) November 11, 2016 Team members, including superstar  Lebron James , got in on the viral internet challenge with first lady Michelle Obama ― and they absolutely nailed it. The camera pans around the room as the players and FLOTUS stand completely still

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Seasoned, NOT Fatally Flawed

05Nov

How would I — or you — look to the world if subjected to 30 years of relentless, organized and fully-funded lies, calumny, distortions, faux outrage, hypocrisy, fabrications, attempted bullying and flagrant misogyny? Battered? Yes

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Criticism of FBI Director James Comey ratcheted up dramatically late Sunday as he faced both a rare public rebuke by the former attorney general who once oversaw him and the first call for his resignation by a member of Congress. Comey has been at the center of a political storm since issuing a vaguely worded letter on Friday ― 11 days before the election ― that indicated the FBI was reviewing more emails that could be related to its probe of  Hillary Clinton ’s use of a private email server. In an op-ed for The Washington Post, former attorney general Eric Holder charged that Comey’s letter had “violated long-standing Justice Department policies and tradition,” and he called on the FBI director to “ dispel the uncertainty he has created before Election Day.

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Thanksgiving at the Baldwin household may be a tad tense this year. Donald Trump’s presidential campaign is splitting the famous quartet of actor brothers, and even causing them to come to virtual blows via Twitter

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Donald Trump regularly tells his supporters that the election has been rigged against him, and on Monday he accused Hillary Clinton ’s campaign of utilizing a “ voter suppression technique ” that involved manipulating polls. (Politifact rated his claim  “pants on fire” false .)  But with early voting now underway in several states, the real-world effects of actual (and very consequential) voter suppression have begun to bubble up.

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First Amendment and Sioux Nation Under Siege

16Oct

If completed, the $3.8 billion dollar Dakota Access Pipeline (DAPL) would carry 500,000 barrels of crude oil 1,168-miles southeast from the Bakken shale fields to Illinois. Owned and operated by Energy Transfer Partners, DAPL would threaten the water supplies for the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe, not to mention their spiritual identity.

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“Barefoot Contessa” Ina Garten and her husband Jeffrey Garten have been married nearly 50 years, and there’s no doubt that the pair is  still  very much in love .

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Ethereum is doing well after yesterday’s vote of confidence from Coinbase: the price of Ether is up 12.6% today according to CoinMarketCap , while market leader Bitcoin is down 1.5%.

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Muhammad Ali represented the epitome of black excellence.  Ali, who died Friday , used his skill, strength and charisma to climb his way to the top and earn recognition as a world class boxing and civil rights champion. But part of what made Ali’s unprecedented success so meaningful is that he proved that a black man could be held by no boundaries; that if he was committed, he could break them all.  More…

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In a 336-minute, seven-game series, the Golden State Warriors needed less than 170 seconds in the third quarter to dismantle, dishearten and dispose of the Oklahoma City Thunder, doing what they do best and knocking down five treys in three minutes to earn their second consecutive berth in the NBA Finals with a 96-88 victory Monday night. Of course, it started and ended with Stephen Curry.

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A back-and-forth battle in Game 1 of the NBA Western Conference Finals led to a surprising early-series deficit for the Golden State Warriors. And, for a time Wednesday, it looked as if Game 2 was headed for another photo finish in the Warriors’ showdown with the Oklahoma City Thunder.  But then, about halfway through the third quarter, Warriors MVP Stephen Curry got a little mad

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MEXICO CITY (Reuters) – Mexican officials on Friday said they detained a woman on the FBI’s Ten Most Wanted list who is suspected of hiring assassins in the United States to kill her romantic rival. The woman, Mexican citizen Brenda Delgado, is wanted for capital murder in the shooting death  of a Dallas dentist who was dating Delgado’s former boyfriend. U.S

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Miranda says her mother has been obsessed with looking like a stripper since her husband of 26 years confessed that he had been to a strip club on two occasions more than a decade ago. The 19-year-old claims that for the last two years, her mother, Marianne, would rather spend money to transform her appearance than pay for Miranda’s education — and encourages Miranda to wear tight clothes and show off her body. “Ever since my mom found out my dad went to the strip club 15 years ago, she’s made obsessive changes to her body: cutting her hair, dying her hair, getting a large back tattoo, she started drinking, getting plastic surgery,” Miranda says

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Why You Should Care About the Australian Open

18Ene

The Australian Open is one of the biggest tennis tournaments in the world. It’s ok, you’ve probably watched as many Aussie Open tennis matches as you have Home Alone movies without Macaulay Culkin. Don’t worry, you’re not alone.

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Kansas Governor Sam Brownback has ordered state officials to cut off funding for Planned Parenthood and its affiliates through the state Medicaid program, a move the organization said on Wednesday it would challenge in court.

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A gruesome discovery briefly shut down a commuter train station in Berkeley, California, on Monday.  At about 3 a.m.,  BART workers found a severed human foot on the train tracks. It’s believed the foot had been there for more than three weeks, and belonged to a woman who was struck by a train on Dec. 20

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ATLANTA (AP) — A 2-year-old and his father died Wednesday night after the man shot the boy and then himself at the end of an 18-hour standoff in Atlanta’s northeastern suburbs, police said. Thy Ho, 43, and son Philip Nguyen were each found with a gunshot wound when authorities entered the master bedroom of the Buford home after hearing gunfire about 4:40 p.m. Wednesday, Gwinnett County police Cpl

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In the movie “Being There,” a gardener labeled Chauncey, played by Peter Sellers, manages like a live action Mr. Magoo to blindly stumble his way toward being a media sensation, key adviser and possibly a presidential candidate, without really knowing anything more than gardens and television shows

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We all know what Thanksgiving entails–turkey, pies, family, friends, acceptable overeating, and leading up to and directly after the event, a whole lot of sleeping. It’s a fantastic holiday, and unlike Christmas or the various birthday parties you attend throughout the year, you can typically get through it without spending an egregious amount of money

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Eight candidates will take part in Tuesday night’s Republican presidential debate airing on the Fox News Business channel. Here’s what you’ll want to look for as the primary season enters its final months before the first votes are cast in the Iowa caucuses.

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Lately, it seems, Sean “Puff Daddy” Combs is all about politics. Last month, the music mogul shared his thoughts on how America’s voting process is flawed , and now, in an appearance on  HOT 97’s Ebro In The Morning show , he has offered his assessment on President Obama’s performance.

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OAKLAND, Calif. — Oakland firefighters found an unresponsive man in the driver’s seat of a BMW parked near a highway off-ramp one morning in June

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Of the eight major Hawaiian islands, Maui, Oahu, and Kauai hog most of the attention.

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ImageContent(562bc00fe4b0ec0a3894af3a,562bbd251400002b003c90e3,Image,HectorAssetUrl(562bbd251400002b003c90e3,Some(),Some(jpeg)),ASSOCIATED PRESS,) LOS ANGELES (AP) — Maureen O’Hara, the flame-haired Irish movie star who appeared in classics ranging from the grim “How Green Was My Valley” to the uplifting “Miracle on 34th Street” and bantered unforgettably with John Wayne in several films. She was 95. O’Hara died in her sleep at her home in Boise, Idaho, said Johnny Nicoletti, her longtime manager.

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Now that it appears, thankfully, that former NBA player and Kardashian in-law, Lamar Odom, is going to be okay, we are free to banter about the preposterous serendipity of being found unconscious in, of all places, a licensed whorehouse tucked away on the remote and barren landscape of the Mojave Desert. In addition to emitting a genuine sigh of relief at Odom’s recovery, coupled, admittedly, with a raised eyebrow and roll of the eyes at the whole string of indignities that had to accompany such a circumstance, we are also free to speculate as to who among us would pay the greatest “public relations” price for such notoriety

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Under federal law , a Supreme Court justice must recuse from a case when he or his spouse have a “financial interest” in it.  Justice Stephen Breyer didn’t know his wife held stock in a company with a stake in a big energy case the court heard on Wednesday, and apparently neither did she. When he learned about it following a reporter’s inquiry, she immediately got rid of it. Late on Thursday, Bloomberg reported Breyer’s wife, Joanna,  sold about $33,000 worth of stock in Johnson Controls Inc., a company with a stake in  Federal Energy Regulatory Commission v

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WASHINGTON — Chances are you’ve received annoying, unsolicited text messages before.

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Larry Brown was awarded the hat trick this week by the NCAA. For the third time in his college coaching career Brown is the head basketball coach at a university whose basketball program was found to have violated NCAA regulations. The first came in the early eighties at UCLA where his program was found to be guilty of getting “improper inducements” from UCLA boosters.

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Parties are one of life’s true pleasures, but planning them can be a real problem.

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James Franco Interviewed Himself Again

19Sep

James Franco has done some weird stuff in his life, from putting together a zealous scrapbook ode to Lana Del Rey and writing a love letter to McDonald’s , as well as his various projects of slightly more erudite appeal — his genuinely good turn in Of Mice and Men and his genuinely mediocre book of short stories, etc.

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Apartment searching in big cities is a lot like a regrettable online-dating meetup. You travel great distances to a neighborhood you’re not completely wild about in hopes that in the end it will totally be worth it.

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Charlotte Jones Anderson, Dallas Cowboys Chief Brand Officer, oversees all strategies and applications surrounding the team’s brand as it is presented to fans world-wide. Working in the executive office since 1989, Anderson’s experience has enabled her to become one of the most innovative and versatile executives among women in professional sports. Her vision and direction guides the Cowboys in stadium design, fan engagement, entertainment, licensed apparel, cause marketing, and community service.

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GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump says that billionaire hedge fund manager Carl Icahn accepted his offer to be treasury secretary in a Trump administration. In addition, Trump also said he would pick former Alaska governor Sarah Palin for a top cabinet position if he was elected president.

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BAGHDAD (AP) — Iraq’s prime minister unveiled a bold plan Sunday to abolish three vice presidential posts and the offices of three deputy premiers, hoping to cut spending amid mass protests against his government as the Islamic State group still holds a third of his nation. Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi’s Cabinet backed the plan, which still needs parliamentary approval, but it’s unclear whether it could end the endemic corruption in Iraq’s political system, where many senior appointments are determined by party patronage and sectarian loyalties.

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Bow Wow Had No Idea He Was In ‘Furious 7’

18Jul

Where my dawgs at?  A better question might be, “Where my checks at?” Bow Wow, also known as Shad Moss, played Twinkie in “The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift,” and rumors  that he would show up in “Furious 7” started making news way before the movie’s release

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  Tired of hearing stories of former players not being able to afford medical care, National Basketball Players Association executive director Michele Roberts and the union’s executives are readying a proposal for the league’s player representatives that would pay for retired NBA players’ health care costs. NBPA director of communications Tara Greco confirmed to The Huffington Post that the proposal will be discussed at a July 20 membership meeting but could not comment the likelihood of it being adopted. But league sources have told Yahoo’s Adrian Wojnarowski  that the plan is expected to pass through “with ease.” The plan will reportedly cost up to $15 million per year and come out of the gobs of money that the league and players will start to pull in as a result of a highly lucrative television deal beginning in the 2016-17 NBA season.

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So, the 2015 NBA Draft happened. Do you want an introduction? No, you don’t.

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Nanette Lepore: On Leaving Her Mark

06Jun

Paradigm Shifters is a series of interviews with a select group of men and women from eclectic walks of life. It will highlight real-life insight on how they have been able to turn weakness into strength. Each interview is the naked truth about breakdowns that inspired breakthroughs

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Confession time: I’ve been watching “The Bachelor” … and I like it. I’ve been hopelessly and unfortunately trapped in the franchise’s web of tears, overly-earnest declarations of love and tacky dresses — and I’m far from alone

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The Dallas Mavericks portion of Rajon Rondo’s NBA career just went up in flames, courtesy of a bomb dropped by head coach Rick Carlisle. Do you expect Rajon Rondo to ever wear a Mavericks uniform again?

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The National Basketball Association said Saturday that it is calling for more details following the arrest earlier this week of Atlanta Hawks’ Thabo Sefolosha, which ended with the player enduring a broken ankle .

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Ahead of the Masters Tournament, former NBA coach-turned-analyst Jeff Van Gundy took some time on Wednesday to remind everyone that up until very, very recently , Augusta National Golf Club wasn’t too welcoming to people who weren’t white or weren’t men.

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NBA hall-of-famer Kareem Abdul-Jabbar applauded the NCAA’s choice to speak out about Indiana’s religious freedom bill during the premiere episode of “The HuffPost Show” on Friday. Although Indiana Gov. Mike Pence signed a revised version of the contentious bill on Thursday, Abdul-Jabbar, who played a bit of college basketball himself, told co-hosts Roy Sekoff and Marc Lamont Hill that he was glad to see the NCAA voice its concerns about the bill, which critics said could have opened the door for discrimination against the LGBT community .

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Steve Nash finally made official what many have long expected: that he is retiring from the NBA. ” It’s bittersweet. I already miss the game deeply, but I’m also really excited to learn to do something else,” Nash wrote in a post published Saturday on The Players’ Tribune titled “Life After Basketball.” More..

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Earl Lloyd, the first black player in NBA history, died Thursday. He was 86. Lloyd’s alma mater, West Virginia State, confirmed the death

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Forget testing for steroids, somebody needs to test Zach LaVine for anti-gravity enhancements. At the NBA All-Star Dunk Contest on Feb.

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Two Islams Are Better Than One

28Ene

The Paris attacks reignited the debate over the relationship between Islam and violence. On the one hand, the Obama Administration stresses that terrorism has nothing to do with Islam.

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OAKLAND, Calif. (AP) — Golden State Warriors guard Klay Thompson has set an NBA record for the highest-scoring quarter in league history, getting 37 in the third against the Sacramento Kings. The All-Star hopeful made all 13 of his shots, including nine from 3-point range, and both of his free throws in the quarter Friday night.

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Not every criticism of Kobe Bryant needs to be settled in Temecula .

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BEIJING — Fourteen-year-old Mao Baolong wears a goofy grin as he pinballs up and down the restaurant’s cramped aisle — taking orders and delivering bowls of noodles, taking money and returning change, taking dirty dishes and returning with a rag to whisk over the tabletop. It’s grinding work, but Baolong appears to be on the edge of a giggle, and the regulars love him for it

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For nearly 10 years, Toronto Raptors fans have booed Vince Carter at Air Canada Centre. But Wednesday night was different

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TOP STORIES UKRAINE: RUSSIA INVADING “Determined to preserve the pro-Russian revolt in eastern Ukraine, Russia reinforced what Western and Ukrainian officials described as a stealth invasion on Wednesday, sending armored troops across the border as it expanded the conflict to a new section of Ukrainian territory.” According to Mykhailo Lysenko, the deputy commander of the Ukrainian Donbas battalion, “This is a full-scale invasion .” NYT More…

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Kevin Durant withdrew Thursday from the U.S. national team, the biggest loss yet for a weakening American squad that will go to Spain without the leading scorer on its last two gold medal winners

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21 Ways To See America For Cheap

28Jul

The night is warm, the sun is setting, the PBR is flowing, and suddenly you find yourself with a burning and insatiable urge to explore the great United States before summer runs out. Trust us: The classic cross-country trip of your dreams — whether you’ve got a week in the car or a couple days by plane — isn’t out of reach.

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NEW YORK — The Washington Post escalated the wonk wars Tuesday with the latest addition to the growing field of policy journalism. The Post’s new online vertical, Storyline , will cover policy topics through articles, videos and charts — or “chapters” — that follow a particular storyline. More…

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BEIJING (AP) — A truck loaded with flammable liquid collided with a bus on a highway in southern China on Saturday, killing at least 38 people. The state-run Xinhua News Agency said the truck rear-ended the bus around 3 a.m

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DETROIT — Sen. Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.) on Thursday called on Republicans to take action immediately and address the need for immigration reform.

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We’ve heard many explanations (err…excuses) from family and friends who do not wear sunscreen daily. From “I always forget to put it on,” to “I hate the way it makes my face look ashy,” these reasons do not make up for failing to protect skin against harmful UV rays. And when we saw retail manager Kaysy Gotay’s flawless complexion, we knew our priorities were in check.

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Hailing from the sunny shores of New Jersey, Cristina brings a diverse background to the Mudderella team.

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There aren’t many contests where the worst dancer wins, but that was the case Saturday night at the Brooklyn Cyclones game in New York. The team honored the 25th anniversary of “Seinfeld” with a “Salute To Seinfeld Night” featuring an information table for fans to “air grievances,” a mailman throwing the first ceremonial pitch, and an Elaine Dancing Contest

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A 24-year-old GOP candidate running for Michigan’s state Legislature wants voters to look past his criminal history and bizarre sexual fetishes. Jordan D. Haskins from Saginaw, Michigan , is currently on parole as he campaigns for the 95th District House seat, MLive reports

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By James M. Dorsey Millions across the Middle East and North Africa will cheer Algeria, the only Arab squad to qualify for the 2014 World Cup, when it meets Belgium this week in its first tournament match. That enthusiasm, certainly among fans who are aware of their power, is however likely to be tempered by the growing realization that politics, political interference, and whimsical micro-management by vain club owners has stymied performance by potential regional powerhouses

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A reclusive woman believed to be a hoarder was found dead in her basement after the first floor of her Connecticut home collapsed, apparently under the weight of all her stuff, according to reports. The home was such a wreck — with stacks of clutter piled to the ceiling and waist-high hills of debris on the first floor — that rescuers had to abandon their attempt on Friday to find 66-year-old Beverly Mitchell. More..

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MEDIOTIEMPO | Agencias Madrid, España, jueves 22 de Mayo del 2014 La UEFA no opuso resistencia para el homenaje al ‘Sabio’ El nombre de Luis Aragonés, uno de los jugadores y entrenadores más grandes de la historia del Atlético de Madrid fallecido el pasado 1 de febrero, estará inscrito en el cuello interior de todas las camisetas del equipo rojiblanco para la final de Champions League ante el Real Madrid, informó el club.

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Redacción | MEDIOTIEMPO Ciudad de México, domingo 16 de Febrero del 2014 El can hizo que el partido se detuviera por unos minutos Un perro se convirtió en el protagonista del partido entre Rosario Central y River Plate del Torneo Final 2014 de la Liga de Argentina, cuando entró al campo y dejó su “regalito” en la portería del cuadro local. Los “oles” se escuchaban en la tribuna, el público se rendía ante la habilidad de un curioso elemento que recién ingresaba a la cancha, era un perro y nadie lo podía agarrar.

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Redacción | MEDIOTIEMPO Estadio San Mamés, Bilbao, España, domingo 16 de Febrero del 2014 El equipo de Javier Aguirre le quitó el invicto al cuadro vasco en su casa Héctor Moreno jugó los 90 minutos Justo en el partido número 13 en San Mamés, el Athletic de Bilbao perdió el invicto en casa ante el Espanyol de Javier Aguirre 1-2. Con goles de Sergio García y el defensa Diego Colotto, los Periquitos se llevaron los tres puntos en la que parecía una aduana infranqueable por el récord perfecto que llevaba en esta temporada. A los seis minutos, Simao habilitó a García, quien entró al parejo y pese a tener un defensa estorbando, logró mandar un disparo cruzado que batió al arquero Iraizoz en el 1-0.

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Redacción | MEDIOTIEMPO Londres, Inglaterra, domingo 27 de Octubre del 2013 Fernando Torres rescató los tres puntos cuando el partido agonizaba Chelsea y Manchester City tenían prácticamente sellado el empate, pero cuando el partido agonizaba el “Niño” Torres sentenció a favor de los “Blues” provocando la euforia de Mourinho, quien loco de la felicidad se brincó las gradas para festejar con la afición. (Video: GoalsGoalsok) Al partido le restaban pocos minutos cuando la defensa de los “Citizens” cometió un grave error y al minuto 90 el atacante español anotó el gol de la victoria para los londinenses, fue entonces cuando Jose Mourinho, técnico del Chelsea, comenzó a festejar con los seguidores del equipo sin importarle recibir abrazos y hasta besos

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Jonathan Collazo | MEDIOTIEMPO Ciudad de México, domingo 27 de Octubre del 2013 La única vez que se enfrentaron México e Italia en esta categoría fue en Japón 1993, y la victoria fue para el equipo mexicano Los italianos nunca se han coronado en un Mundial Sub-17; México busca su tercera estrella En Japón 1993 México e Italia se vieron las caras por primera y única vez en un  Mundial Sub-17. Veinte años después volverán a chocar pero en circunstancias diferentes, ya que pelearán por un boleto a los Cuartos de Final de la Copa del Mundo Emiratos Árabes Unidos 2013. Luego de una Fase de Grupos sufrida, donde perdió por goleada 6-1 ante Nigeria y recompuso con triunfos ante Irak y Suecia, el equipo Tricolor buscará seguir con vida en la competencia para intentar revalidar el título que levantó en 2011, y con ello, encaminarse hacia su tercer campeonato en la categoría.

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Raymundo González | MEDIOTIEMPO Lunes 21 de Octubre del 2013 Fierro fue operado este lunes de la fractura que sufrió de nariz El jugador de Chivas, Carlos Fierro fue operado este lunes de la nariz, luego de la fractura que sufriera durante el partido del domingo ante Pachuca en el Estadio Omnilife. Según el reporte médico ofrecido, Fierro estará fuera de actividad por espacio de dos semanas. La primera será de recuperación y la segunda de trabajo físico.

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MEDIOTIEMPO | Agencias Ciudad de México, jueves 5 de Septiembre del 2013 Este partido se llevará a cabo este viernes 6 de septiembre en el Estadio Allianz Arena, Munich, Alemania a las 13:45 horas, Tiempo del Centro de México. Los teutones tendrán las bajas de Schweinsteiger, Podolski y Mario Götze Austria empata a Suecia e Irlanda con once puntos en la segunda posición del Grupo C El duelo contra Austria representa para Alemania la posibilidad de poner ya pie y medio en el Mundial de Brasil, puesto que en el siguiente partido contra Islas Feroe, cualquier cosa distinta a un triunfo claro sería una sorpresa

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Julieta Méndez | MEDIOTIEMPO (Corresponsal) León, Guanajuato, México, jueves 15 de Agosto del 2013 Ante Pumas, León quiere recuperar los goles Luis Montes es la única baja para enfrentar a Pumas La altura, el horario y los ajustes que sufrió esta semana el conjunto de Pumas a nivel directivo, son algunos de los factores que el leonés Edwin Hernández considera que estarían incrementando la presión del partido de la fecha 6 en Ciudad Universitaria.

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MEDIOTIEMPO | Agencias Jueves 15 de Agosto del 2013 CR7 aún no se pronuncia si ampliará su contrato con el Real Madrid La estrella y capitán de la selección portuguesa de fútbol, Cristiano Ronaldo, descartó hacer cualquier tipo de comentario sobre su compatriota y ex entrenador José Mourinho, y se negó a mencionar siquiera su nombre. Tras marcar el único gol de su equipo en el amistoso de ayer entre Portugal y Holanda (1.1), Ronaldo fue interrogado por los periodistas lusos sobre si se está desilusionado con el ahora técnico del Chelsea, a lo que contestó: “No voy a mencionar el nombre de esa persona porque creo que no vale la pena”. Insistido sobre esa misma cuestión, Ronaldo -visiblemente molesto- aseguró que no quiere “citar el nombre de esa persona”, según las imágenes divulgadas hoy por la televisión portuguesa.

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MEDIOTIEMPO | Agencias Lisboa, Portugal, miércoles 14 de Agosto del 2013 El PSV Eindhoven y el Galatasaray también estarían interesados El jugador mantiene un conflicto con el Sporting debido a su contrato Armindo Tué Na Bangna, más conocido como ‘Bruma’ y considerado con 18 años unas de las mayores promesas del futbol portugués, está en la órbita del Real Madrid, aseguró su abogado, Bebiano Gomes, en declaraciones recogidas este miércoles por la prensa lusa. Junto al club blanco, también los holandeses del PSV Eindhoven y los turcos de Galatasaray estarían interesados en hacerse con los servicios del joven futbolista, considerado la última perla de la prolífica cantera del Sporting de Lisboa, donde se formaron Cristiano Ronaldo, Luis Figo y Paulo Futre

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