“To turn the corner and become a winning franchise, these next hiring decisions are critical. We hope that you will consider Robert Saleh as the head coach, not only for us, but for everyone across the loyal fanbase of our beloved Detroit Lions.” … [Read more...] about Michigan state lawmakers urge Lions to hire 49ers defensive coordinator Robert Saleh as next head coach
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Hypothetical head-to-head polls, meanwhile, have shown Trump slightly trailing the two Democratic primary front-runners, former Vice President Joe Biden and Sanders. A Fox News poll in March, before the former vice president entered the race, showed Biden ahead of Trump by 7 points and Sanders ahead by 3 points. Not all Democratic candidates are polling ahead of the president: the same poll showed Trump topping both California Sen. Kamala Harris and Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren by 2 points. … [Read more...] about Inside Trump 2020: As Dem field sets, campaign takes aim at ‘socialist organism with 22 heads’
Fans of the 46-year-old comedian, who didn’t catch his shows at the House of Blues, will have three more chances to see the legendary performer in action, according to KHOU 11 in a piece published Friday. (RELATED: Olivia Munn Calls Out Dave Chappelle Over Joke About Louis C.K. Accuser) … [Read more...] about Dave Chappelle To Make Several Surprise Shows. Check Out Where He’s Headed
Yet the pandemic is accelerating the demise of physical stores -- and those are the ones that employ the most workers. That means the hiring boom for seasonal retail workers may not materialize. Indeed, Friday's jobs report showed a loss of retail jobs and a jump in warehousing employment. … [Read more...] about Here we go again: The US could start losing jobs very soon
Every time the news came, the mayor winced. First Washington, D.C., announced its schools would start the year closed, then Los Angeles and San Diego, then Chicago. By August, New York City was the only big city school system in the country slated to open for in-person classes this fall, doing so over the howling objections of many teachers. That same month, some of them marched across Lower Manhattan holding mock caskets, accusing the mayor of a disregard for not just their lives but the lives of the city’s schoolchildren. “We demand safe schools,” they chanted. … [Read more...] about Is This Bill de Blasio’s Finest Moment?