Quakes send goalkeeper to Columbus for cash ahead of MLS opener

SAN JOSE — The Earthquakes have sent backup goalkeeper Andrew Tarbell to Columbus Crew SC in exchange for $75,000 in general allocation money for the 2020 season, the team announced today. Tarbell, 26, had fallen to third in the depth chart ahead of the Major League Soccer season opener Feb. 29 at Earthquakes Stadium. The […]

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3 ways to experience Dine Out Long Beach, Restaurant & Cocktail Week

Dine Out Long Beach, Restaurant & Cocktail Week will bring seven days of meal deals and drink specials when it returns to the city for its fifth year Feb. 23-29. As part of the marketing event, dozens of restaurants all over Long Beach will offer prix fixe lunch and dinner menus running $10-$65 per meal. […]

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High school girls basketball: 6A first round recap, Hunter eases past West Jordan as 7 of 8 higher seeds advance

No. 17 Weber was the only road team to win in the 6A first round on Tuesday as it beat No. 16 Taylorsville WEST VALLEY CITY — The 12th-seeded Hunter Wolverines outscored No. 21 West Jordan in each of the first three quarters Tuesday night and then thwarted any rally attempt in the fourth for […]

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Lawyer: Rohrabacher a conduit in offering Assange a U.S. pardon if he cleared Russia in Clinton email hack

LONDON — WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange plans to claim during an extradition hearing that the Trump administration offered him a pardon if he agreed to say Russia was not involved in leaking Democratic National Committee emails during the 2016 U.S. election campaign, a lawyer for Assange said Wednesday. Assange is being held at a British […]

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Spike in fraud, waste, abuse of LA resources revealed

The Los Angeles city controller’s Fraud, Waste and Abuse Unit received 543 complaints in 2019, an increase of 58% over the previous year and the highest amount over a 10-year period, it was announced Wednesday, Feb. 19. Controller Ron Galperin said the spike is attributable to enhanced, biannual fraud awareness training for city employees, which […]

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Read the pitch deck that business travel startup Lola used to secure $37 million in funding

Lola.com CEO Mike Volpe thinks business travel on the whole is just horrible – but he saw that as a big business opportunity. Lola focuses on making it easier for medium-sized companies to manage corporate travel arrangements. Companies use the service to authorize employees to make travel-related purchases and set their own policies for those […]

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Which Utah linebacker will step up with the graduation of Francis Bernard?

Utah linebacker Devin Lloyd runs for a touchdown after intercepting a pass against Oregon State. | Kristin Murphy, Deseret News SALT LAKE CITY — Penn State transfer Manny Bowen never played for the University of Utah. He chose to retire before last season began, opening up a starting linebacker job as camp began. It didn’t […]

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Bernie Sanders’ brand of socialism

Bernie Sanders leads the race for the Democratic nomination. He may become America’s first self-described “democratic socialist” president. What does that mean? Today, when Sanders talks about socialism, he says: “I’m not looking at Cuba. I’m looking at countries like Denmark and Sweden.” But Denmark and Sweden are not socialist. Denmark’s prime minister even came […]

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Teens investigated after police officer’s mailbox blown up

Adobe Stock image SALT LAKE CITY — Police say a group of juveniles in Uintah County picked the wrong mailbox to blow up. The mailbox belonged to a Vernal police officer. On Jan. 26, Uintah County sheriff’s deputies were asked to assist with an investigation. “I was advised that a carload of juveniles had blown […]

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Anna Duggar is a Courageous Woman with “Spunk,” Ridiculous Essay Argues

Anna Duggar has not filed for divorce from Josh Duggar. This is really the only thing we know for certain about the former reality star’s marriage to an admitted child molester and cheater. And yet… … based on this simple fact alone, some man named Simon Brooks (shocking that it’s a man who thinks this, […]

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Bernie Sanders splits from AOC and says Medicare for All is ‘already a compromise’

Sanders split with AOC at a CNN town hall on Tuesday night, saying his signature Medicare for All plan was already a compromise. AOC said last week that passing a softer version of the plan would still be a significant progressive achievement. “But my view is that Medicare for All, the bill that we wrote, […]

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Here are the ages of all the 2020 Democratic presidential candidates and how old they would be upon taking office

Mayor Pete Buttigieg and Rep. Tulsi Gabbard, both 38, are attempting to overtake Teddy Roosevelt’s status as America’s youngest president. President Donald Trump holds the title of oldest US president on his first Inauguration Day, taking office at 70 years and 220 days old. Former Vice President Joe Biden, Sen. Elizabeth Warren, former Mayor Michael […]

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‘Why won’t Spotify download?’: 5 ways to troubleshoot Spotify if your music won’t download

If Spotify won’t download your music, there are a few different ways to try and troubleshoot the problem. Here are five ways to troubleshoot Spotify if music or other audio won’t download on your device. Visit Business Insider’s homepage for more stories. One of the best features of Spotify Premium is the ability to download […]

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Disneyland’s Magic Happens parade costumes and makeup take inspiration from fashion runways

The new Magic Happens parade coming to Disneyland will take its fashion cues from the runways of New York, London, Paris and Milan as 90 performers in avante-garde costumes hit Main Street U.S.A. in their strike-a-pose vogue looks. “We wanted it to be artistic,” Magic Happens parade show director Jordan Peterson said. “It is very […]

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Angels’ Brian Goodwin says he has no hard feelings after arbitration hearing

TEMPE, Ariz. >> Brian Goodwin spent part of his day on Tuesday wearing a suit, sitting in a hotel conference room and hearing about what was wrong with him as a baseball player. “It’s not a pretty process,” Goodwin said Wednesday in his return to Angels camp, a day after he became the first Angels […]

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Kelsey Weier: Has She Been Chosen as the Next Bachelorette?!

Her tearful, melodramatic interactions with her fellow contestants might have made her unpopular with fans — however, once she got dumped, those very same tendencies made her a highly attractive choice for the folks charged with naming the next Bachelorette! But enough about Hannah Brown, we’re here to talk about Kelsey Weier! Yes, if you […]

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Justin Bieber: Using His Controversial Church to Control Hailey?

In the space of about half a year, Justin Bieber went from being a bad boyfriend to Selena Gomez to being hornily married to Hailey Baldwin. Even when he was dating, his ties to Hillsong Church raised concerns. Now fans fear that he’s using his fringe beliefs to control his wife. “Justin apparently believes in […]

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Alexander: No. 1 UCLA visits the mecca of softball this weekend — Cathedral City

The best team in college softball will be determined in early June in Oklahoma City. But for a hint of who that might turn out to be, a trip to Cathedral City this weekend may be in order. This is the 17th year of the Mary Nutter Collegiate Classic, a tournament that was originally intended […]

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Amy Roloff Inspires Fan Going Through “Brutal Divorce”

Amy Roloff has been through ups and she’s been through downs. And, as Little People, Big World fans around the world know very well, the reality star has now come out the other side. Unscathed? Not exactly. But excited about her future, that’s for certain. Just days after Roloff wrote about the purging of her […]

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