Some U.S. company leaders are calling for their remote workers to return to the office. Meta this week announced that it was mandating that all workers return to the office for three days a week starting in September. Carter Evans has more. … [Read more...] about Growing push from some U.S. companies for workers to return to the office
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Video shows Chinese warship coming near U.S. missile destroyer in Taiwan Strait; 2 killed in Mississippi plane crash … [Read more...] about 6/3: CBS Weekend News
Can the Union Stay Hot with Big Obstacles Ahead?
Since being bounced in two tournaments, the Union has bounced back red hot in MLS play. Holding an 8-game unbeaten streak, the Union has skyrocketed to 3rd place in the Eastern Conference. Can the Union stay hot when key players depart for their National teams? Just a few weeks ago, the Union was eliminated in CCL and the open cup, sitting 9th in the Eastern Conference. Now, … [Read more...] about Can the Union Stay Hot with Big Obstacles Ahead?
Draft Notes: Mocks, B. Miller, Thompson Twins, J. Powell
Following the NCAA’s early entrant withdrawal deadline Wednesday night, Jonathan Givony of ESPN.com updated his top-100 prospects list, adding 17 players based on who remains eligible. Three players at three different positions — Duke center Dereck Lively II, Metropolitans 92 wing Bilal Coulibaly, and Santa Clara guard Brandin Podziemski — have seen their stock go up over the … [Read more...] about Draft Notes: Mocks, B. Miller, Thompson Twins, J. Powell
AFC Notes: Raiders, Bills, Titans, Steelers
Last year, the Raiders offensive line was viewed as a major weakness, forcing Las Vegas to shuffle the depth chart until they found a workable solution. Oddly enough, though, by the end of the season, the team found a reliable starting five and some dependable reserves that didn’t blow anybody away but routinely got the job done. With the position no longer a weakness, Vincent … [Read more...] about AFC Notes: Raiders, Bills, Titans, Steelers
Eagles Sign First-Round LB Nolan Smith
Both of the Eagles’ first-round picks in the 2023 draft are now officially on the books. The team announced on Monday that they have signed edge rusher Nolan Smith to his four-year rookie deal. Smith was one of multiple former Georgia defenders to be selected by the Eagles this year, joining fellow first-rounder Jalen Carter and fourth-round corner Kelee Ringo in that regard. … [Read more...] about Eagles Sign First-Round LB Nolan Smith
Eagles Worked Out OL D.J. Fluker
Despite not having played since 2020, D.J. Fluker is considering a comeback. The veteran offensive lineman worked out for the Eagles yesterday, according to NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport (via Twitter). While the former first-round pick didn’t necessarily live up to his draft stock, he still put together a solid eight-year stretch. He started all 59 of his appearances for the … [Read more...] about Eagles Worked Out OL D.J. Fluker
Phillies aim for series win over Nationals
Doc Rivers’ Coaching Staff Blames James Harden For Dismissal
While Daryl Morey attempted to take responsibility for the decision to fire Doc Rivers as head coach of the Philadelphia 76ers, several members of the coaching staff have blamed James Harden. Harden was tepid in his response when asked to describe his relationship with Rivers after the Sixers were eliminated in Game 7 of the second round. Harden will be a free agent this … [Read more...] about Doc Rivers’ Coaching Staff Blames James Harden For Dismissal