Seth Rollins Defends WWE On Two Separate Occasions Now Playing Up Next WWE Rescheduling San Jose NXT Ronda Rousey Highlighting WWEs Problems WhatsApp Pinterest Google+ WWE attendance figures from July 31 to August 3, 2015.* 7/31 live event in San Diego, California: 3,000 fans.* 8/1 live event in Ontario, California: 5,000 fans.* 8/1 live event in Hidalgo, Texas: 6,000 fans (sellout).* 8/2 live event in Fresno, California: 3,400 fans.* 8/2 live event in Stockton, California: 2,500 fans.* 8/3 RAW TV tapings in San Jose, California: 10,600 fans.Source: The Wrestling Observer NewsletterRecommended videosPowered by AnyClipWWE Rescheduling San Jose NXTVideo Player is loading.Play VideoPauseUnmuteDuration 0:38/Current Time 0:05Loaded: 100.00%0:06Remaining Time -0:33 FullscreenUp NextThis is a modal window.Beginning of dialog window. Escape will cancel and close the window.TextColorWhiteBlackRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentTransparentWindowColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyTransparentSemi-TransparentOpaqueFont Size50%75%100%125%150%175%200%300%400%Text Edge StyleNoneRaisedDepressedUniformDropshadowFont FamilyProportional Sans-SerifMonospace Sans-SerifProportional SerifMonospace SerifCasualScriptSmall CapsReset restore all settings to the default valuesDoneClose Modal DialogEnd of dialog window.Replay the list Now Playing Up Next Roman Reigns is in Remission Facebook Now Playing Up Next WWE Live returns to China this September, Will hold tryouts this July in Shanghai Twitter Now Playing Up Next Triple H Now Playing Up Next Match announced for next week’s 205 Live, 8-Man Elimination from TLC PPV in 2015 Jason Namako RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Videos Articles Netflix announces season three of GLOW set to premiere Friday, August 9 Ronda Rousey On WWE: I Love This Job, But I Dont Need It
LONDON — In Britain, Big Brother just got bigger.After months of wrangling, Parliament has passed a contentious new snooping law that gives authorities — from police and spies to food regulators, fire officials and tax inspectors — powers to look at the internet browsing records of everyone in the country.The law requires telecom companies to keep records of all users’ web activity for a year, creating databases of personal information that the firms worry could be vulnerable to leaks and hackers.Civil liberties groups say the law establishes mass surveillance of British citizens, following innocent internet users from the office to the living room and the bedroom.Tim Berners-Lee, the computer scientist credited with inventing the World Wide Web, tweeted news of the law’s passage with the words “Dark, dark days.”The Investigatory Powers Bill — dubbed the “snoopers’ charter” by critics — was passed by Parliament this month after more than a year of debate and amendments. It will become law when it receives the formality of royal assent this week. But big questions remain about how it will work, and the government acknowledges it could be 12 months before internet firms have to start storing the records.
WASHINGTON – Hundreds of thousands of women and supporters marched in the nation’s capital Saturday after a huge and raucous rally meant to send a message of defiance and hope to President Donald Trump on the day after his inauguration.Oorganizers said half a million people — double earlier estimates — were thought to be attending the Women’s March on Washington, with bigger-than-expected crowds in other cities, too.Similar marches were held around the world in 673 “sister” cities – a total of up to 2.5 million protesters, organizers said, in cities all over Europe and in Kenya, South Africa and Australia.In Washington, protesters craned their necks to listen to the many speakers, sometimes tramping through bushes and climbing trees to hear the messages broadcast over sound systems scattered around the area.The crowd was so big that attendees began marching before the speakers were done. They paraded informally down Constitution Avenue, past the Washington Monument, a noisy procession broken with cheers and chants.
WASHINGTON — Jubilant Republicans pushed on Tuesday to the verge of the most sweeping rewrite of the nation’s tax laws in more than three decades, a deeply unpopular bill they insist Americans will learn to love when they see their paychecks in the new year. President Donald Trump cheered the lawmakers on, eager to claim his first major legislative accomplishment.Perhaps emblematic of the stumbles along the way, there was one last hiccup. Speaker Paul Ryan, who has worked years toward the goal of revamping the tax code, gleefully pounded the gavel on the final House vote, but then it turned out it wasn’t final after all.The Senate was expected to pass the legislation Tuesday night and send it on to Trump for his signature. But the Democrats noted that three provisions violated Senate rules. So the massive bill will be hauled back across the Capitol for the House to re-vote on Wednesday.GOP House members roared and applauded as their chamber passed the $1.5 trillion package largely along party lines, 227-203. Ryan declared, “This was a promise made. This is a promise kept,” as he and other GOP leaders convened a victory news conference moments later.The Senate was still on track to approve the package that will touch every American taxpayer and every corner of the U.S. economy, providing steep tax cuts for businesses and the wealthy, and more modest help for middle- and low-income families. Despite Republican talk of spending discipline, the bill will push the huge national debt ever higher.
As one of his last acts on the Southwest Washington Regional Transportation Council, Port of Vancouver Commissioner Jerry Oliver is pushing his colleagues to take a strong stance on Oregon’s idea to toll metro-area freeways beginning at the state line.“I just felt somebody needed to stand up for the taxpayers and didn’t feel RTC was doing it,” he said.Oliver brought forth two different but substantively similar letters to the November and December board of directors meetings. He urged his colleagues to sign and send them to the Oregon Transportation Commission on behalf of RTC.But the board postponed any action until its January meeting, citing among other reasons the need to further discuss it with their own delegations. The RTC is the metropolitan planning organization for Clark County as well as the state-designated regional transportation planning organization for Clark, Skamania and Klickitat counties. It also represents the Washington portion of the Portland-Vancouver Transportation Management Area.Its 14 rotating board members — who represent local governments, special purpose districts, government agencies — oversee the organization’s business affairs, adopt a regional transportation plan, select and program transportation grant funds and perform other duties.Oliver said he now considers the anti-tolling letter “a dead issue” since he won’t be on the board in January. He’ll be replaced by Port of Ridgefield Commissioner Scott Hughes, and so he “doesn’t think the letter is going to happen.”
At 12:02 a.m. Monday morning, Battle Ground Public Schools announced it was taking advantage of an infrequently used state statute in an effort to bring clarity to ongoing negotiations.The district Monday asked the Public Employment Relations Commission to conduct a process called “fact finding.” The organization will “examine information where there is disagreement and provide a nonbinding opinion that will advance the bargaining process,” according to the district statement.“At this point, the district believes the parties are deadlocked on the fundamental issue of providing resources for employee compensation and the legislation implementing the (school funding) decision,” the district said in the announcement.The process, laid out in state law, is rarely used, PERC Executive Director Mike Sellars said. The Grandview School District, southeast of Yakima, requested fact finding in 2016 over a security system implementation. In 1994, the Federal Way School District requested fact finding for insurance and compensation-related issues.The results of the fact finding, however, are not binding.“Essentially, it is more like an arbitration where the arbitrator decides the resolution, but in this instance it is merely a recommendation,” Sellars said by email.
U.S. Surgeon General Dr. Jerome Adams visited Vancouver on Wednesday for a briefing on a measles outbreak that has clocked 70 confirmed cases, and cost the state more than $1.2 million to fight since January.There have been 71 cases in Washington, and four more in Oregon linked to Clark County’s outbreak. Two more Oregon cases aren’t linked to Clark County.Adams toured Clark County Public Health’s office in Vancouver, and met with Public Health employees and county councilors.Adams focused his message Wednesday on the need for the medical community to have respectful and accurate conversations with parents about vaccination.“There’s a social contract that exists in this community,” Adams said. “We all have to look out for one another, and unfortunately some people can’t get vaccinated, so it’s important that the ones who can, do — not just to protect themselves, but to protect everyone else. And if we don’t, then this whole social contract begins to fall apart, and our society, quite frankly, starts to fall apart.”Adams also visited Evergreen Pediatric Clinic on Northeast 87th Avenue in Vancouver, and met Vancouver mother Cerisse Wilson, 31, the mother of Everett Banse-Fay, 15 months, who was vaccinated earlier this year. Wilson’s mother is state Sen. Lynda Wilson, R-Vancouver, who opposes two bills in the Legislature that would tighten exemptions in the state.Cerisse Wilson said she was hesitant about vaccines initially after the birth of her son, but changed her mind through conversations with Everett’s pediatrician. Wilson said having a doctor tell her to “vaccinate or get out” wasn’t going to change her mind.
Bridge talk builds careers. Not bridges. Hey, it ain’t “Don’t Do Stupid Stuff,” but it does have some potential for a coffee mug. Let me explain.I’m pretty sure long before Fort Vancouver was a real fort, there was chatter about how to get across that monster of a river, known today as the Columbia. Some guy promised two canoes in every driveway and even though he probably didn’t deliver, he was named grand poobah for life, because he said what we wanted to hear.Today, the on-and-off harangue on how to improve our commuting experience back and forth to Oregon is back on again. Our state Legislature is at the beginning of doing its talking thing again which — if history is any indication — will amount to absolutely nothing. And the only thing there has been more of than politicians pontificating on all things bridge, is journalists writing about politicians pontificating on all things bridge. So I had to ask myself, have I got anything — anything — worth a buck? Don’t answer that too quickly! Heck, let’s give it a try.How about, even though we can’t seem to get a bridge built, all the talking we do about it has built a few careers. Some of those careers are good, some are bad and some are ugly. Yeah, that’s the ticket. So let’s get started. Lou Brancaccio is The Columbian’s editor emeritus. His column of personal opinion appears the first Saturday of every month. Reach him at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Troops from both sides are waiting from their political leaders to come to a final decision on the issue. The people in the vicinity are concerned about the movement of troops from both sides. They are demanding swift action by the authorities to prevent any conflict.The villagers are uncertain of their fate and would like to know who should provide development for them. One could see electric poles and cables in Banta Nyima some four hundred meters away from Tranquil while the bitumen road from Dasilami did not reach tranquil.Hence tranquil is left in the outskirt without a clear future. Speedy action is needed to decide its fate. ]]>
Rangers Football Club manager Steven Gerrard has hammered his team’s defenders after their horror outing against Spartak Moscow on Thursday.The Gers took the lead three times in Moscow, but a woeful second-half display handed them their first UEFA Europa League defeat of the season.The Scottish Premiership club were on a high when first-half strikes from Glenn Middleton, Daniel Candeias and an own-goal from Roman Eremenko gave them a 3-2 advantage.But shocking defensive lapses, especially in the second half, allowed Spartak to seize control for a 4-3 win, as they blew Group G wide open.Gerrard’s side seat third in their group behind Spartak and Villarreal, but host the Spanish club on match day 5 as they look to secure qualification for the second round.However, the former Liverpool youth team coach refused to spare his ropey rear-guard and knows more lamentable defending in their next two group games will cost them any shot at the last 32.Owen reveals why Liverpool didn’t offer Gerrard a new contract Manuel R. Medina – September 6, 2019 According to Owen, the Reds wanted to sell Gerrard two years before he left the club and that’s why they didn’t offer him a contract renewal.He said, according to Express: “I’m very disappointed with the result. You saw two sides of our performance tonight. We attacked very well and were dangerous and countered bravely. We got our rewards and had control at half-time.“However, football is about levels and if you don’t do the basics well enough and defend properly, then high-level teams will normally punish you and that was the case here.“People who have had a lot of praise and who did really well to get us to this stage just didn’t do the basics well enough.“Normally, to come here and score three goals you get a result, but I’m bitterly disappointed with how we defended.”
Schalke 04 have reportedly denied any interest in signing Dominic Solanke from Liverpool on loanThe 21-year-old striker is yet to have a single minute of action this season after making 21 Premier League appearances last term.This is due to the reemergence of Daniel Sturridge, who has made 15 appearances this term after falling out of favour this time last year.But Sky Sports reports that Schalke have no move for Solanke and will likely not make any whatsoever.This new twist leaves Crystal Palace the clear favourites now to sign Solanke with manager Roy Hodgson confirming his interest.Liverpool legend Nicol slams Harry Maguire’s Man United form Andrew Smyth – September 14, 2019 Steve Nicol believes Harry Maguire has made some “horrendous mistakes” recently, and has failed to find his best form since joining Manchester United.Hodgson said: “It’s obviously not a secret that’s he’s a target and someone we’d like to have.“What would he do for us? He’d provide the attacking threat a good centre-forward should provide and he’s a proven goalscorer through the age groups with Chelsea and England.“If he comes here, it will be a great opportunity to show he can transfer that to Premier League football because we have someone who is the profile we are looking for and who I think has the ability we are looking for.”Another club allegedly interested in the England U-21 international is Huddersfield Town.
English side have had to endure a tough period following their second exit from a cup competition in the space of four days.The London side is set to have a relief as Son Heung-Min is believed to likely return for their midweek clash with Watford.Son has missed the last three games while being on international duty with South Korea at the Asian Cup, but their surprise quarter-final exit to Qatar means he is back in the fold earlier than expected.“On Sunday we were with him on the training ground in the morning,” boss Mauricio Pochettino SportBT.“He’s so tired, he played three games. Very tough games.“Of course not too much energy on Sunday, but we hope he’ll be available and ready on Wednesday to help the team.”What to expect from Watford V Arsenal? Taimoor Khan – September 8, 2019 Arsenal are set to take on Watford this weekend and the game is definitely going to be quite a peculiar contest between two sides…Pochettino says he has moved on from the defeats and has shifted his focus on a top four finish in the Premier league as well as advancing in the UEFA champions league.“Of course I am disappointed because, after Thursday and today again, out of two competitions – you feel disappointed. You can’t feel anything different,” Pochettino said.“But now we have to be positive. We are still in two competitions, in a good position in the Premier League and the Champions League is a massive motivation for the whole club. We have to be strong.“Now the realistic targets are trying to be in the top four, try and be close to Manchester City and Liverpool and reduce the gap.“To be a contender is always difficult for us. (Top four) is realistic.“Another is to try and beat (Borussia) Dortmund and be in the next round of the Champions League. That is tough.”
Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppProvidenciales, 25 Sept 2014 – The HOPE foundation for Autism Awareness this weekend welcomes Michael McGinty for a back to school workshop for teachers. McGinty, with a Master’s in Education is a specialist for detecting and working with autism… among the topics, creating an educational plan, interventions within traditional and special classrooms and instructional accommodations. The workshop is set for the Occasions Ballroom, Airport Hotel this Saturday, from 10am to 2pm. Related Items:HOPE foundation for Autism Awareness, michael mcginty Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp
At Least 10 People Killed in Cuba from Hurricane Irma More Than 100 prisoners escaped in British Virgin Islands after Hurricane Irma Related Items:cuba, papal visit, pardoned, prisoners Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Recommended for you Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppHavana – The Council of State of the Republic of Cuba, on the occasion of the visit of His Holiness Pope Francis, has agreed to the release of 3522 prisoners.The Embassy of the Commonwealth of The Bahamas received the good news on Friday afternoon 11th September, 2015 when Ambassador Adams was officially notified by Ms. Anet Pino, Deputy Director of International Law and Multilateral Division of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Cuba that nine (9) Bahamian inmates were also pardoned.Among the 3522 pardoned, included inmates over 60 years of age, younger than 20 years with no criminal record, chronically ill, women, those set for conditional release in 2016, and some serving and working in open conditions, as well as foreigners, provided that the country of origin guaranteed repatriation.With few exceptions for humanitarian reasons, this did not include persons sanctioned for the crimes of: Murder, Homicide, Rape, Pederasty with Violence, Corruption of Minors, Theft and Illegal Slaughter of Cattle, Drug Trafficking, Robbery with Violence and Intimidation against persons in their aggravated forms, nor those crimes committed against the security of the State.The decision took effect on Wednesday, 16th September 2015.On Wednesday, Ambassador Adams including Consul Saunders and Attaché Carey bade farewell to the nine (9) happy inmates as they boarded the flight carrier, Bahamasair at 1:15 p.m. destined for Nassau, Bahamas.The functionaries at the Ministries of Foreign Affairs in both Cuba and The Bahamas as well as the Ministry of National Security in The Bahamas and the Embassy Staff networked to guarantee swift action in returning those nine (9) Bahamian men, who are now free from all of their sentences in the Republic of Cuba.The Bahamas government thanks the government of Cuba for this gesture of goodwill that stands as a symbol of our good and cordial relations and our Ambassador to the Vatican, HE Sean McWeeny has conveyed the country’s appreciation to his Holiness the Pope. Cuban military crash leaves 8 dead
Aston Villa manager Dean Smith has accused players of Queens Park Rangers of working as a tag team to foul Villa midfielder, Jack Grealish.Smith has demanded more protection from the officials for Grealish who was fouled on numerous occasions during Villa’s defeat against QPR.The struggling Villans were defeated 1-0 at Loftus Road, where Pawel Wszolek’s first-half strike gave in-form QPR their third win on the bounce and the fourth victory and clean sheet of a five-match unbeaten run.Wszolek’s shot cannoned off the underside of the bar after the Poland international raced on to Geoff Cameron’s ball over the top seven minutes before the interval.Despite being kept at bay for much of the game Villa boss Smith insists referee Darren England should have done more to clamp down on QPR’s treatment of Grealish.“They need to protect Jack Grealish more. QPR were like a tag team kicking him,” Smith said, according to Sports Mole.Aston Villa explains why they spent so much money on players Manuel R. Medina – September 6, 2019 According to Aston Villa’s chief executive, the team needed to spend £144.5 million on 12 players in order to stay competitive.“A player of that quality needs protection from referees and they should be brandishing yellow cards.”“They were a tag team tonight. (Massimo) Luongo’s had four or five kicks at him and other players have.”“He needs protection. If they brandish a yellow card very early then it stops it. He’s the most fouled player in the league, we all know that.”“Does he get the protection he deserves? I don’t believe he does at the moment. I suppose it’s the only way the opposition can stop him.”“There was a lot of tactical fouling but there weren’t many yellow cards. If you dish out yellow cards then you stop that.”
Wales manager Ryan Giggs has criticized his side for their complacency after they lost 1-0 to Albania on Tuesday.Wales end 2018 with back-to-back defeats as lost 1-0 to Albania in a friendly on Tuesday thanks to a controversial second-half penalty, and Giggs after the game admitted the players lacked concentration.“The performance was not good enough and the result was what we deserved,” Giggs told Sky Sports.“We controlled the first half and thought it was going to be easy. We should have won that game, we were in total control.Report: Euro 2020 qualifying Group H George Patchias – September 11, 2019 Euro 2020 qualifying Group H is being controlled by France and Turkey, but Iceland is still in with a shout.Reigning world champions France ran…“But they let themselves down tonight. We go a goal down, we don’t play our own game, we are pumping the ball in their box.“Quite simply we turned up thinking we would win and thinking someone would get us out of trouble.“I have been in football long enough to smell when something is going to happen and I said that at half-time because players didn’t have that concentration tonight.”
Spanish midfielder Suso has apologised for his sending off in AC Milan’s 2-1 win over SPAL on Saturday even though he feels it was “unfair”The former Liverpool player was shown two yellow cards in the final 11 minutes of the at San Siro as Milan ended their five-match winless run.Suso’s sending off means that he will now be suspended for Milan’s Supercoppa clash against Juventus on January 16 once the Italian winter break ends.“I’m sorry. For my club, for my teammates, for my fans, for my coach. For myself,” Suso wrote on Instagram.“[It was] a red card that was perhaps avoidable and, in my opinion, quite unfair.“Certainly no-one will give me back the chance to play and help my team in the Supercoppa against Juventus.Maurizio Sarri satisfied despite Juventus’ draw at Fiorentina Andrew Smyth – September 14, 2019 Maurizio Sarri was satisfied with Juventus’ performance on Saturday afternoon after finishing a tough game at Fiorentina 0-0.“As for everything else… [it was] an excellent three points, [I’m] happy for Gonzalo Higuain and his goal.“The Champions League is there at our fingertips. Happy New Year and Happy 2019, which will start with so much anger on my part, however!”Andrea Petagna had given SPAL an early lead in the 13th-minute before Samu Castillejo ended Milan’s four-match goalless streak with an equaliser three minutes later.Argentine striker Gonzalo Higuain then scored the winner in the second half for his sixth Serie A goal of the season.The Rossoneri end 2018 in fifth-place in the Serie A and 22 points behind their next opponents and league leaders Juventus.
Chelsea manager Maurizio Sarri bemoaned the poor display of his side n their 2-0 FA Cup defeat to Manchester United and further claimed he is not bothered about his job.Goals from Herrera and Pogba were enough to seal a place in the quarter-final with Wolves as the Blues ran short of ideas in front of frustrated home fans.When quizzed about the performance and the reaction of the fans Sarri said: “For everything, there is a first time.“I am worried about the result, not our fans. Of course, I can understand their frustration. The result was not very good. We are out of the FA Cup.”“We played confusing football in the second half but in the first half I think we played well,” he said.“We need more aggression and more determination in the situations inside our own box and inside the opposition box. The difference was there.“We need to be faster, mentally and materially. We need more movements without the ball. We need less individual actions.“When you have spaces, of course, you can do individual actions. But when the situation is like it is in the second half, you need to move the ball faster and more movements without the ball otherwise it is impossible to score.”Liverpool legend Nicol slams Harry Maguire’s Man United form Andrew Smyth – September 14, 2019 Steve Nicol believes Harry Maguire has made some “horrendous mistakes” recently, and has failed to find his best form since joining Manchester United.Maurizio Sarri heard the chants, but he has other concerns!🙉 pic.twitter.com/XWJS8wpvfN— Goal (@goal) February 19, 2019Following the poor run of results in recent weeks, the former Napoli man has come under intense scrutiny, but he remained bullish about the rumours of a sack.“No, I was really very worried when I was in league two in Italy,” he told Sky Sports. “I am not worried now.“It is not my problem. My problem is to work with the players to improve in a few days and find more determination and aggression.”And when asked whether the Chelsea players are still with him, he added: “I think so. Of course, I am not sure, but I think so.”Chelsea face Malmo in the second leg of their Europa League tie at Stamford Bridge on Thursday before taking on City in the Carabao Cup final on Sunday.
SAN DIEGO (KUSI) — The average price of a gallon of self-serve regular gasoline in San Diego County rose today to its highest amount since Sept. 4, 2015, increasing eight-tenths of a cent to $3.426.The average price has risen 23 consecutive days, increasing 21.4 cents, including one-tenth of a cent on both Monday and Tuesday, according to figures from the AAA and Oil Price Information Service.It is 4.8 cents more than one week ago, 24.4 cents higher than one month ago and 54.1 cents greater than one year ago.The average price has risen 30.4 cents since the start of the year. Posted: February 7, 2018 KUSI Newsroom, February 7, 2018 KUSI Newsroom Categories: Local San Diego News FacebookTwitter Price of gasoline in San Diego at highest since September 2015