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Ron Rivera, Cast Out Of Carolina, Lands With The Washington Redskins (New York Times) Rivera takes over a Washington team hoping to rebound from one of the worst seasons in franchise history.
Wall Street Has Its Best Year Since 2013 (Axios) Wall Street had its biggest annual gain in six years — with the S&P 500 rising 29% and the Nasdaq Composite rising 35% in 2019.
The Browns Fired John Dorsey, But Their Problems Don’t End With Him (The Ringer) Jimmy Haslam is now looking for his sixth general manager in seven years of owning the team. It’s not a mystery why that much turnover hasn’t worked out for Cleveland.
Trump Vows Retaliation After Iran-Backed Militia Supporters Try To Storm U.S. Embassy In Baghdad (Wall Street Journal) Attempt to attack compound underscores U.S. challenge in maintaining forces in Iraq.
College Football Bowl Games 2020: Strong New Year’s Day Slate Led By Rose Bowl And Sugar Bowl (CBS Sports) Breaking down the top storylines from the four bowl games on New Year’s Day 2020
Elizabeth Warren Likely To See Fundraising Drop As Top-tier Democratic Rivals Tease Big Cash Hauls (Fox News) Warren raised nearly $25 million in the third quarter but appeared to be scrambling to reach $20 million in the fourth, as her campaign made the unusual move of releasing its total to date early in order to drum up more cash.
From Brady And Brees To Mahomes And Jackson: The NFL Enters A New QB Era For The 2020s (Sporting News) If the 2010s were the decade of the veteran quarterbacks, the 2020s promise to be the next generation’s era.
Google Veterans: The Company Has Become ‘Unrecognizable’ (CNBC) Former workers shared why they left the company, citing organizational changes and a lack of transparency from management.
Antonio Brown Trolls Derek Carr Day After Raiders’ Regular Season Ends (Yahoo! Sports) Some people need to forget their Twitter password. Antonio Brown is one of them.
Don Imus, The Man Who Was Always Willing To Go Too Far (Washington Post) Radio host Don Imus, best known for his Imus in the Morning show, died on Dec. 27, 2019, in College Station, Tex. He was 79.