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State calls are slow to come, but here’s what we know about what states Biden and Trump have won

first_img(COMBO) This combination of pictures created on October 22, 2020 shows US President Donald Trump (R) and Democratic Presidential candidate and former US Vice President Joe Biden during the final presidential debate at Belmont University in Nashville, Tennessee, on October 22, 2020. (Photos by JIM BOURG / AFP) (Photo by JIM BOURG/AFP via Getty Images) The Associated Press and news networks are being justifiably cautious in projecting state-by-state winners in the presidential race, but here’s what we know so far, based on the AP.Donald Trump has won Alabama, Arkansas, Indiana, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, Missouri, Nebraska, North Dakota, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, West Virginia, and Wyoming.- Advertisement – Joe Biden has won Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, the District of Columbia, Illinois, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, Rhode Island, Vermont, and Virginia.That gives Biden 131 electoral votes and Trump 108 to this point.center_img – Advertisement –last_img read more

JetBlue launches non-stop service to Antigua from New York

first_img Share Share Sharing is caring! Tweet Sharecenter_img ST JOHN’S, Antigua – JetBlue has launched service to its newest destination, Antigua and Barbuda’s V.C. Bird International Airport (ANU), from New York’s John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK), with three times weekly service on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sundays.Antigua and Barbuda becomes JetBlue’s 92nd destination in its growing network and 34th destination in Latin America and Caribbean, where JetBlue has quickly become a leading airline from the U.S.“As our 34th destination in the Latin America and Caribbean region, Antigua and Barbuda offers another opportunity to grow our network in high-value geographies and strengthen JetBlue’s position as the leading brand for Caribbean travel,” said Umang Gupta, director, JetBlue Getaways and leisure sales. “Antigua will attract travelers to discover its spectacular 365 beaches – one for every day of the year.”JetBlue’s service will arrive in and depart from the recently opened VC Bird International Airport terminal, which offers customers a state-of-the-art airport experience to begin and end their time in Antigua as the newest and most modern airport in the Caribbean. 143 Views   no discussions BusinessLifestyleNewsRegionalTravel JetBlue launches non-stop service to Antigua from New York by: Caribbean News Service – November 6, 2015last_img read more

Last run: Brothers Derek, Dylan Maltz savor final season together at Syracuse

first_img Published on April 15, 2014 at 1:30 am Contact Jesse: [email protected] | @dougherty_jesse Derek Maltz’s high school career was ending. Dylan Maltz’s was just beginning. The only thing either of them could do was stand at midfield and cry.Derek, a Stone Bridge (Va.) High School senior at the time, was Syracuse bound. Dylan, a freshman, didn’t know the first thing about college recruiting, but had proven to be more than just “Derek’s younger brother” in a short time.But their lone year together was slipping away in the regional quarterfinals of the 2010 Virginia state playoffs, with Wilbert Tucker Woodson High School leading by five goals and the final minutes ticking off the clock. So the brothers stood side by side as the season came to an unceremonious end. “It’s not going to be the last time we play together,” Dylan said to Derek, if not to predict the future, then to lighten the sting of the loss. “I know it’s not.”AdvertisementThis is placeholder textIt only could have meant one thing, and four years later the Maltz brothers are reunited as teammates at Syracuse. Once again, Derek is a senior and Dylan a freshman, and just a handful of games separate them from another parting. And while they’re doing the most to savor that time and help the Orange back to the national championship game, they’re also closing a chapter of family history.Their father, Derek Maltz Sr., was a walk-on in the early 1980s, on the team that won the program’s first national championship in 1983 and kick-started 22 straight years of final four appearances. He didn’t push his sons to play at Syracuse, but their devotion to the program and each other are a product of his guidance. Derek has bounced in and out of SU’s starting lineup this season, and has scored 10 goals while collecting seven assists. Dylan’s minutes have been scarce, but he’s shown flashes of playmaking ability when given the chance. “Coming here and playing with Derek has been awesome,” Dylan said. “We knew it was coming, but I couldn’t ask for much more from this season with him.”Growing up, Dylan and Derek took every opportunity to be around each other. They often played sports with their friends and were always a package deal. Derek a center and Dylan his point guard. Derek a quarterback and Dylan his receiver. And above all, a duo around the lacrosse net. Dylan was just 3 years old when they first started playing “mini lax” in their basement, and Derek — whose size has allowed him to dominate around the crease throughout his Syracuse career — could always use his size against his younger brother. As they grew older they took the game outside and started regularly watching SU lacrosse with their dad. They learned the names of the players, wore blue and orange gear and absorbed the rich tradition. “They fell in love with the game when they were little,” Derek Sr. said. “I did my best to show them good lacrosse, and that just happened to be Syracuse lacrosse at the time.”But when Dylan got to Stone Bridge and the two were finally on the same high school team, Stone Bridge head coach Scott Mitchell put them on different practice lines to see what they could on their own. “Hey Coach, can I play with Derek?” Dylan asked as his line left the field and Derek’s went on. “Can I try being on a line with my brother?” Derek asked when he came off. But when games came, Mitchell paired the two like he always knew he would.“Guys like that, you can’t split them up,” Mitchell said. “They had a great chemistry and were phenomenal together.”At season’s end, Derek’s decision to attend Syracuse was an easy one. He wasn’t heavily sought after and getting an opportunity at Syracuse was always his dream. But in the three years after Derek left Stone Bridge, Dylan became one of the top players in an area not traditionally known for its lacrosse. He surfaced as the sixth-ranked attack and No. 18 player in the Class of 2013, according to Inside Lacrosse, and drew interest from a variety of programs.Then in the summer of 2011, Dylan and Derek sat on their back porch while Dylan called SU head coach John Desko. It had been a little more than a year since he promised his older brother they’d run on the same field again, and he stuck to that.“He made the decision on his own, and Derek had a lot to do with it,” Derek Sr. said. “He wanted another chance to play with his brother.”Now, after just one more season where Derek is doing his best to help a deep attack unit and Dylan is scratching at the surface as a freshman, they’ll soon part again. But Dylan will carry on the family tradition after Derek graduates, and the youngest Maltz — 13-year-old Danny — is a budding lacrosse star. “He could be the best of all three of us,” Derek said. And when he was asked if Danny could end up at Syracuse, Derek smiled and said, “With our track record, why not?”In the short term, Syracuse is chasing a national championship and the Maltz brothers are doing anything they can to win a ring, just like their dad. Derek’s collegiate career will soon end. Dylan’s is just beginning. But gratuity has replaced their tears. Derek said: “We’re just happy we’ve been able to play another year together. It’s been a blast. We’re always going to be able to look back on it and that’s what’s important.” Comments Facebook Twitter Google+last_img read more

WGC-FedEx St. Jude Invitational leaderboard: Live golf scores, results from Round 4

first_imgShane Lowry, fresh off winning the Claret Jug, withdrew from the tournament after his first career major victory. But the field at TPC Southwind includes most of golf’s big stars, including world No. 1 Brooks Koepka and No. 2 Dustin Johnson.MORE: Watch the St. Jude Invitational live with fuboTV (7-day free trial)Koepka continued his major tournament tear at Royal Portrush, finishing tied for fourth. He placed in the top five in all four majors in 2019, winning the PGA Championship, but has not finished better than 50th at a non-mjaor in the last two months. Johnson is coming off a disappointing t-51 and hasn’t won since February.The field also includes Phil Mickelson, Rory McIlroy and U.S. Open champ Gary Woodland, all of whom missed the British Open cut. Tiger Woods is sitting this tournament out and isn’t expected to play again until the BMW Championship. The PGA Tour returns stateside this week after the conclusion of the British Open, golf’s final major of 2019, as the season winds down and the push for the Tour Championship begins in earnest.Forty-five of the top 50 players in the world made the trip from Northern Ireland to Memphis, Tennessee, to compete in the WGC-FedEx St. Jude Invitational. Follow scores from the 2019 WGC-FedEx St. Jude Invitational below with our live leaderboard.WGC-FedEx St. Jude Invitational leaderboard: Live scores from Round 4LeaderboardWGC-FedEx St. Jude Invitational24 – 28 July 2019Pos.Player NameNationalityScoreRound 1Round 2Round 3Round 4Total1Brooks KoepkaUSA-16686764652642Webb SimpsonUSA-13696668642673Marc LeishmanAustralia-12696963672684Rory McIlroyNorthern Ireland-11696762712694Matthew FitzpatrickEngland-11676469692694Tommy FleetwoodEngland-11687065662697Jon RahmSpain-10627168692708Ian PoulterEngland-9666967692719Bubba WatsonUSA-8657068692729Billy HorschelUSA-86766697027211Justin RoseEngland-76768706827312Cameron SmithAustralia-66568736827412Patrick CantlayUSA-66568736827412Patrick ReedUSA-67366676827412Alex NorenSweden-66669667327412Justin ThomasUSA-66869667127412Rafa Cabrera BelloSpain-67071676627412Jordan SpiethUSA-67070666827412Aaron RaiEngland-67269666727420Nate LashleyUSA-56670716827520Dustin JohnsonUSA-56969696827520Louis OosthuizenSouth Africa-57369666727520HaoTong LiChina-56969677027524Adam LongUSA-47170676827624Matthew WolfeUSA-47270656927624Andrew PutnamUSA-46671726727627Paul CaseyEngland-37071696727727Chez ReavieUSA-36870687127727Jim FurykUSA-37465706827727Tony FinauUSA-37071686827727Brandt SnedekerUSA-36973696627727Kevin KisnerUSA-37767666727727Thorbjørn OlesenDenmark-36671657527727Henrik StensonSweden-36967726927727Shugo ImahiraJapan-36569717227727Xander SchauffeleUSA-36970696927727Matt WallaceEngland-37069657327727Corey ConnersCanada-36771706927739Keith MitchellUSA-27370716427840Sergio GarciaSpain-16971706927940Adam ScottAustralia-17068746727940Jason DayAustralia-17269687027943Justin HardingSouth AfricaPar7270647428043Matt KucharUSAPar7070716928043Tyrrell HattonEnglandPar6671697428043Kevin NaUSAPar7066707428043Hideki MatsuyamaJapanPar6571727228048C.T. PanChina+17270706928148Danny WillettEngland+16972707028148Bryson DeChambeauUSA+16774726828151Eddie PepperellEngland+47074667428451Lucas BjerregaardDenmark+46974726928451Philip ErikssonSweden+47372726728454J.B. HolmesUSA+57671687028555Gary WoodlandUSA+67371707228655Kodai IchiharaJapan+67170757028657Phil MickelsonUSA+86873737428858Mikumu HorikawaJapan+107577667229058Poom SaksansinThailand+106873757429060Sung-hoon KangSouth Korea+116975737429161Max HomaUSA+127473776829261Keegan BradleyUSA+127478657529263Kevin TwayUSA+1776777470297Click here or refresh if you can’t view the leaderboard.last_img read more

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