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Todd Golden writes about impatience filtering into the corridors of power, a reflection of how anger and impatience can make sports a bit a of a drag.
An independent investigation into the scandals that erupted in the National Women’s Soccer League found emotional abuse and sexual misconduct were systemic in the sport, impacting multiple teams, coaches and players. U.S. Soccer commissioned the investigation by former acting U.S. Attorney General Sally Yates and a law firm after former NWSL players Sinead Farrelly and Mana Shim came forward with allegations of harassment and sexual coercion dating back a decade. But it was clear the problems were widespread. Five of the 10 head coaches in the league last season either were fired or stepped down amid allegations of misconduct.
I’m sure most of us have happy memories of our childhood, coming home to a peanut butter sandwich that tasted so good after a long day with a school book on our desk — the one our teacher wanted us to learn everything that was sequestered inside its two covers. Well I must still be part kid for I still enjoy a peanut butter sandwich now and then with a large layer of syrup or jelly to keep it nice and fresh.
The long list of celebrities promoting cryptocurrencies just got shorter. Kim Kardashian is being barred from doing so for three years — and will pay a $1 million fine — to settle federal charges that she recommended a crypto security to her 330 million Instagram followers without making clear that she was paid to do so. The reality TV star also must give up the $250,000 she was paid for the Instagram post about Ethereum Max tokens, plus interest. That's according to a Securities and Exchange Commission settlement announced Monday. Kardashian is the latest celebrity to get ensnared in regulations that require full disclosure by people getting paid to promote financial products.
The run game has been the bread and butter of the Colts' offense under head coach Frank Reich. Without it the attack has struggled through the season's first four weeks.
Days after Hurricane Ian carved a path of destruction from Florida to the Carolinas, the dangers persisted, and even worsened in some places. It was clear the road to recovery from the storm will be long and painful. Search and rescue efforts are ongoing Monday. And Ian still is not done. Officials warned there still was the potential of severe flooding along Virginia's coast and coast flooding was possible from the North Carolina Outer Banks to Long Island on Monday. Ian was one of the strongest storms to make landfall in the United States.
FILE - A salesman talks with customers in an Acura dealership lot in Wexford, Pa., on Sept. 29, 2022. New vehicle sales in the U.S. are expected to have fallen slightly in the third quarter, even with improvement in September. But there are warning signs that consumers' appetite for expensive new cars, trucks and SUVs may be waning. (AP Photo/Gene J. Puskar, File)