John Clayton to write weekly Monday morning NFL column for Washington Post Clayton was one of many ESPN reporters laid off last spring. John Clayton was one of the more widely-known names to be caught up in ESPN’s massive round of layoffs back in the spring of 2017. Clayton had been with ESPN for 23 years, and had done solid NFL reporting and analysis for just about every area of the company. He’d even starred in one of the better This is SportsCenter commercials, too: Clayton maintained a radio show and last year did sideline work for the Seattle Seahawks , but now he has a new gig: weekly columnist for The Washington Post. Clayton himself announced the new job today on Twitter, along with his first piece: I am humbled to announce that starting today I begin a weekly column for The Washington Post. The column moves to Monday every week starting next week. Today’s topic is QBs. Watch how quarterback play affects the NFC playoff race. Here is the link https://t.co/bJsVqKv1Di — John Clayton (@JohnClaytonNFL) September 5, 2018 If today’s column can be seen as a preview of things to come, Clayton’s weekly piece will focus on a wide-view analysis (this week’s: the likelihood that the NFC will see strong quarterback play) while closing with a notes-style segment where Clayton hits a few different topics around the league. Clayton is incredibly well-connected, and working for a large outlet like the Post allows him to take a league-wide focus.
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Press: All you need to know about BBC’s newspaper drama The new BBC drama Press is slated to premiere sometime in the near future It will explore the fast-paced and tumultuous reality of the newspaper industry The new series is being created by the acclaimed writer of another BBC drama From the writer of the Doctor Foster series comes a new TV drama that centers on the faced-paced and rapidly-evolving world of the British newspaper industry. Press is slated to premiere on the BBC in the near future and will boast an impressive cast that aims to take viewers into the hectic newsrooms of two fictional newspapers. Here’s all you need to know about Press’s trailer, what it is, when it’s on TV and who the cast is comprised of. Press will explore the tumultuous realities of the contemporary British newspaper industry The trailer for the upcoming BBC drama was recently uploaded to YouTube on August 21, 2018 and has amassed more than 9,100 views so far. Press is an upcoming drama TV series on BBC that started filming in October 2017 that explores the challenging and tumultuous reality of the modern British newspaper industry. The show will center on the characters played by Ben Chaplin and Charlotte Riley, who star as an editor of a fictional tabloid newspaper called The Post and deputy news editor of another fictional broadsheet newspaper known as The Herald, respectively. According to the BBC: ‘Set in the fast-paced and challenging environment of the British newspaper industry, Press will immerse viewers in the personal lives and the constant professional dilemmas facing its characters. ‘The series follow their lives as they attempt to balance work and play, ambition and integrity, amid the never-ending pressure of the 24-hour global news cycle and an industry in turmoil.’ The series is expected to be aired on BBC One later in 2018, with an official release date yet to be announced. The drama TV show will then air in the United States on PBS after its UK airdate at some point in the future. Press will feature a notable cast that includes David Suchet of Agatha Christie’s Poirot fame In addition to Chaplin and Riley, the upcoming series is also slated to star David Suchet of Agatha Christie’s Poirot fame as the owner of The Post and Priyanga Burford, known for her role on the TV miniseries London Spy, as the editor of The Herald. Other notable actors set to appear on the show include Game of Thrones actor Ellie Kendrick, Shane Zaza, Paapa Essiedu, Brendan Cowell and Al Weaver.
REUTERS/Jose Cabezas El Salvador on Monday became the third Latin American country in the past two years to switch allegiances from Taipei to Beijing and said attracting investment and developing the economy were key goals behind the decision. “Although we recognize the sovereign right of every country to determine its diplomatic relations, we are deeply disappointed by this decision,” said a spokesman for the U.S. State Department, who did not want to be identified by name. “We are reviewing our relationship with El Salvador following this decision,” he said. The U.S. ambassador in El Salvador, Jean Manes, posted on Twitter earlier that the United States was analyzing the “worrisome” decision and that it would impact relations between the two countries. She also did not elaborate. U.S. relations with El Salvador have been strained over President Donald Trump’s threats to cut aid from countries that “do nothing” to stop MS-13 gang members from crossing illegally into the United States.
The department said that while plans for the A1 junctions phase two road improvements scheme had not been finalised, it was “currently proposed” that the Halfway Road northern junction was one of nine side roads selected for full closure. It added that the Halfway Road southern junction “is currently proposed to be retained but reconfigured to operate as a left-in/left-out arrangement only with no facility for right turn manoeuvres across the central reserve”. Image caption Immigration Minister Caroline Nokes visited Kilkeel harbour in County Down last week The newspaper also reports that the Minister for Immigration Caroline Nokes has said she is “sure” there will be more ministerial visits to Newry before the Brexit deadline. She spoke to the Newry Democrat on board the fishing vessel Unity at Kilkeel harbour last week and emphasised that the government does not want physical infrastructure along the Irish border. Sinn Féin’s South Down MP Chris Hazzard criticised Ms Nokes for not meeting him during her visit . The Home Office said Ms Nokes was on a “private visit” and had met representatives from the fishing industry. The sudden death of a father-of-six from Lisnaskea in County Fermanagh makes the front page of the Impartial Reporter. The family of 37-year-old Clive Taylor said they were “devastated” and that his passing had left a “huge void”. “He was kind, gentle and caring, and was always there for people,” they added. Adrian Frazer, owner of Lakeland Tyres where Mr Taylor worked, said he was someone who would never let you down. Elsewhere, the Tyrone Courier says that plans for a £1.5m sports and community hub in Clonoe have been given the green light by Mid-Ulster Council’s planning committee.
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Councils are broke, it says, and there is no state money for housebuilding which means, it argues, that the costs of homes are subsidised through housing benefit, which ends up paying off the mortgages of private landlords. The Guardian meanwhile fears that the market remains broken and people on average earnings have little prospect of buying a home if they don’t already have one. Image caption Several papers are reporting on the housing market There’s a dour reaction to the news that regulated rail fares will rise next year by on average 3.2%. The Sun calls that “a rate train robbery” . The Guardian says passengers are clamouring for a price freeze. The Times believes commuters will end up paying more than £100 a year extra to get to work. The Daily Mail calculates that those with season tickets will have to hand over around a third of their take-home pay. Following the collapse of a motorway bridge in Genoa, the Daily Telegraph reports that “hundreds of Italian bridges and tunnels” may be at risk. A writer living in Italy tells the Daily Mail that many people there don’t feel safe but fear that the prospect of a big boost in spending on repairs will enhance the powers of politicians and divert money into the pockets of organised crime gangs.
“People here aren’t used to seeing a woman holding a camera in the streets,” says Sudanese photographer Ola Alsheikh, “but I just decide to get the photo whatever it takes”. Being mocked, rejected or verbal harassed by strangers are things Ola regularly has to deal with in the capital, Khartoum, but she refuses to let that put her off. “I want to show real life in Sudan – we’ve been marginalised by the rest of the world for a long time,” she says. Here is a selection of her favourite shots. Image caption “Sun-dried meat, which we call sharmoot, is a key ingredient for classic Sudanese dishes like mullah tagalia or it can be served with porridge,” says Ola. “This woman is drying the meat at home, which will take between three and seven days.” Image caption “This girl’s hairstyle and the mix of colours grabs my attention,” Ola says. “I’m interested in the global influences the pupils at this international school pick up.” Image caption Fruit grocer Soleiman Mohamed Toum sells watermelons, grapefruits and bananas from his shop on Tuti island, where the Blue and White Niles merge. Image caption “The composition and contrasting colours of this boy playing football is what catches my eye,” says Ola. Image caption “Street barbers are a recent thing in Khartoum,” Ola says. “Before it was only inside shops but now men can get a haircut in markets, streets, and bus stations.” Image caption “Lifestyle blogger Nuha Malik and I have been friends for years – this photo of her is part of an Instagram series on curly hairstyles,” says Ola. Image caption “This mural shows humanity in harmony,” painter Sari Awad tells Ola.
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According to court documents, Arntson piloted two Alaska Airlines flights on June 20, 2014. The first was at 6:21 a.m. from San Diego to Portland, Ore. After a brief layover, he piloted a flight from Portland to Orange County. After he landed at John Wayne Airport, Arntson was selected for random drug and alcohol testing by Alaska Airlines. Breath tests conducted 15 minutes apart in an airport restroom indicated that Arntson had blood-alcohol concentrations of 0.134% and 0.142%. The federal limit for pilots is 0.04%, according to court records. Arntson told investigators that he didn’t understand the test results since he hadn’t consumed alcohol that day. Arntson said he ordered a beer with dinner the night before the flight from San Diego but took only a few sips. Arntson, who had worked for Alaska Airlines since 1982, was removed from “safety-sensitive duties” the day of the tests, according to the airline.
The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) compared official photos of the politicians with a database of public arrest photos. Amazon took issue with the findings, saying the system needed to be set at 95% accuracy not the 80% used by ACLU. But the civil rights group said it highlighted the inadequacy of facial recognition technology. “Our test reinforces that face surveillance is not safe for government use,” said Jacob Snow, ACLU’s technology and civil liberties lawyer. “Face surveillance will be used to power discriminatory surveillance and policing that targets communities of colour, immigrants, and activists. Once unleashed, that damage can’t be undone.” In response to the test, a spokesperson for Amazon Web Services told the BBC: “We remain excited about how image and video analysis can be a driver for good in the world, including in the public sector and law enforcement.” “With regard to this recent test of Amazon Rekognition by the ACLU, we think that the results could probably be improved by following best practices around setting the confidence thresholds.” Rekognition is touted by Amazon as being useful for a range of things, from detecting offensive content to identifying celebrities. It is also working with some US local law enforcement agencies to implement the system for identifying criminals. The 80% accuracy range used by ACLU is the system’s default setting but a spokeswoman for Amazon Web Services told Reuters that, for identifying individuals, it recommended setting a threshold of 95% or higher. According to ACLU, nearly 40% of the system’s false matches were for black Congress members, even though they make up only 20% of the legislature. Among those being wrongly identified was civil rights leader John Lewis, who is a member of the Congressional Black Caucus. That group recently wrote to Amazon chief executive Jeff Bezos expressing concerns about the “profound negative unintended consequences” facial recognition systems could have for black people.
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