USC’s announcement of on-campus classes in fall could boost football’s return

USC will open its campus for in-person classes in the fall, presumably clearing the way for the Trojans’ football season to forge ahead in spite of the lingering threat of COVID-19. In a letter to the campus community Tuesday, USC President Dr. Carol Folt wrote that the university plans to start its fall semester Aug. […]

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Struggling Subway quietly leases Miami office space

Subway Restaurants is quietly making plans to open an office in sunny Miami, The Post has learned. Subway’s hard-driving Chief Executive John Chidsey — hired in November to revamp the struggling company — signed a lease last week for office space near Doral, Fla., just west of the Miami International Airport, sources said. In a […]

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Analyzing the Bears’ big issues with OTAs under way

The Bears say there will be an “open competition’’ between newcomer Nick Foles (above) and Mitch Trubisky for their starting quarterback job. | Julio Aguilar/Getty Images Answering seven Bears questions as they begin Organized Team Activities this week — albeit on Zoom and nowhere near the Halas Hall practice fields: Answering seven Bears questions as they […]

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Trump campaign staffers donate to help Minneapolis firefighter rebuild bar destroyed by rioters

EXCLUSIVE: Minneapolis firefighter Korboi “KB” Balla’s dream to open a sports bar was almost extinguished. But thanks to a GoFundMe page that exploded with contributions – and an assist from members of President Trump’s re-election campaign — Balla’s dream may still come true. At least two dozen staff members from the campaign — including campaign manager Brad Parscale — have also […]

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Carbone opening a new pop-up restaurant in Southampton

Carbone, the Village hotspot known for drawing crowds even during the pandemic, will open a pop-up in Southampton on Wednesday, Side Dish has learned. “We will be respecting all the rules. There will be no place to dine, even outside — just nightly takeaway, but we wanted to open where we are and where so many of […]

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U.S. Open tennis plans are in the works, including group flights, COVID tests

Charter flights to ferry U.S. Open tennis players and limited entourages from Europe, South America and the Middle East to New York. Negative COVID-19 tests before traveling. Centralized housing. Daily temperature checks. No spectators. Fewer on-court officials. No locker-room access on practice days. All are among the scenarios being considered for the 2020 U.S. Open […]

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Brie Bella Admits Reliving Her High School BF’s Death In New Memoir Was ‘Hard,’ But ‘Therapeutic’

It was quite emotional for Brie Bella to open up about the tragic loss of her HS boyfriend in her new book, but she explained to us EXCLUSIVELY why reliving the past was also ‘therapeutic.’ Years before Brie Bella met her now-husband, Bryan Danielson, she was in love with a boy who she referred to as “Bear.” She […]

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Tamra Judge Reveals The Hope Andy Cohen Gave Her For A Future Full-Time Return To ‘RHOC’

The door may be open for Tamra Judge to eventually return to ‘RHOC’, and she’s EXCLUSIVELY revealing what her former boss, Andy Cohen, had to say about it. Tamra Judge, 52, made the difficult decision to walk away from The Real Housewives Of Orange County after 12 seasons on the show. The news came after she […]

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Chick-fil-A surpasses Burger King, Taco Bell on best-selling list

Chick-fil-A is now the second-highest-grossing restaurant chain in the US — despite not being open on Sundays. Thanks to sales growth in 2019 of 13 percent to $11.3 billion, the chicken slinger leapfrogged over Taco Bell and Burger King to second place behind McDonald’s, according to Restaurant Business Magazine’s annual list of top 500 restaurants. […]

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Officials Move to Block Concert Billed as First Since Virus Hit

Technically, the first major rock concert to open in the United States since the pandemic hit is still on for Friday. But its prospects were certainly clouded by an announcement Tuesday that the Arkansas Department of Health would issue a cease-and-desist order to block it. Mike Brown, a representative for Temple Live, a venue in […]

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MLB players’ biggest concerns if the season resumes | Get Up

Jeff Passan and Mark Teixeira join Mike Greenberg on Get Up and discuss MLB having open discussions about when the season will resume and weigh in on what could be the biggest concerns for players if the season resumes. #GetUp #MLB ✔️Subscribe to ESPN+ https://plus.espn.com/ ✔️ Get the ESPN App: http://www.espn.com/espn/apps/espn ✔️Subscribe to ESPN on […]

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Popeyes to open first China store as coronavirus hammers food industry

Popeyes plans to open its first restaurant in China this week despite the coronavirus pandemic hammering the industry. The Cajun-inspired chain’s Shanghai chicken joint will open Friday as parent company Restaurant Brands International embarks on an expansion strategy that will see 1,500 Popeyes stores open in China over 10 years. The effort is in partnership […]

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Over 1,900 Former DOJ and FBI Officials Call on Attorney General Barr to Resign

Almost 2,000 former Justice Department and FBI officials signed an open letter demanding Attorney General William Barr’s resignation on Monday. The letter was prompted by Barr’s decision to drop the prosecution of President Trump’s former national security adviser Michael Flynn last week. The DOJ’s decision to abandon Flynn’s case showed that Barr had “once again […]

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EU could open legal case again Germany over ECB bond-purchases ruling: Commission

BRUSSELS (Reuters) – The European Commission could open a legal case against Germany over a ruling by the country’s constitutional court that the European Central Bank had overstepped its mandate with bond purchases, the EU executive arm said on Sunday. The German court in Karlsruhe last Tuesday gave the ECB three months to justify its […]

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Atlanta Falcons’ Ricardo Allen says idea of practice ‘nerve-racking’

Ricardo Allen didn’t budge when Georgia was one of the first states to open businesses during the COVID-19 pandemic. The Atlanta Falcons safety believes it is smart to stay home. He says he worries about the time when teams across the league open for practice. Restaurants, barber shops and other businesses were cleared by Gov. […]

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White-Collar Companies Race to Be Last to Return to the Office

Even as President Trump has said “we have to get our country open again,” much of corporate America is in no rush to return employees to their campuses and skyscrapers. The companies are racing not to be the first back, but the last. An increasing number of them, which mostly have white-collar employees, have recently […]

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In Texas, reopened malls and restaurants draw few customers

The Domain mall in Austin, Texas, is open for business — unlike most of its 100 upscale shops – as the state entered its first work week of eased pandemic restrictions in the hopes of rekindling the economy. A dozen or so people were strolling about the sprawling open-air shopping center Monday afternoon, with three […]

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Vanessa Bryant Opens Up Final Love Note From Kobe On Her 38th Birthday: “Missing The Love Of My Life’ 

Vanessa Bryant waited until her 38th birthday on May 5 to open a love letter that she found from her late husband, Kobe Bryant. The letter, addressed to ‘the love of my life,’ was tucked inside a yellow envelope, which she shared on Instagram. Vanessa Bryant was admittedly looking forward to her 38th birthday on Tuesday, […]

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The Red Sox are exploring ‘changes’ to their uniform

The Red Sox are open to uniform “changes” in addition to the coming Nike swoosh on the front of the jersey. Team president Sam Kennedy told The Athletic that the club will be talking with MLB’s new uniform provider, Nike, about ways to improve the performance of their classic uniforms. A full overhaul, much like […]

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Cuomo Describes Framework for Reopening Businesses

You open businesses first that are most essential, and pose the lowest risk, OK — most essential and the lowest risk. Phase 1, we’re talking about construction, manufacturing and select retail with curbside pickup. They are the most essential with the lowest risk. Second phase: professional services, retail, administrative support, real estate. Third phase: restaurant, […]

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Post-Pandemic Offices Seek Open Flow of Ideas, Not of the Virus

SAN FRANCISCO — The modern corporate office is renowned for open, collaborative work spaces, in-house coffee bars and standing desks with room for two giant computer monitors. Soon, there may be a new must-have perk: the sneeze guard. This plexiglass barrier that can be mounted on a desk is one of many ideas being mulled […]

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Nets’ Sean Marks hints at Kevin Durant return if NBA season resumes

Nets general manager Sean Marks left the door open slightly for Kevin Durant to return to the court should the NBA season resume after shutting down on March 11 because of the coronavirus pandemic. “That’s a $110 million question,” Marks told Newshub of his native New Zealand. “In all seriousness, we’ve tried not to talk […]

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Texas strip club wins temporary court order allowing it to open with restaurants

A Texas strip club was allowed to open its doors after a confrontation with cops — who had threatened its owner with arrest if he didn’t remain closed amid coronavirus lockdown measures. Governor Greg Abbott had issued an order allowing certain businesses to reopen at a 25 percent capacity, including restaurants, retailers and shopping malls. […]

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Camila Mendes & Jessie T. Usher Talk Chemistry & “Dangerous Lies” | E! News

The stars of the Netflix thriller open up about the new flick, their chemistry onset and all the fun they had while filming. Take a look. #CamilaMendes #ENews #CelebrityNews #JessieUsher Subscribe: http://bit.ly/enewssub About E! News: The E! News team brings you the latest breaking entertainment, fashion and Pop Culture news. Featuring exclusive segments, celebrity highlights, […]

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