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Tom Brady’s daughter screamed ‘DAD NOOOOO!’ just before he threw the Lombardi Trophy from his boat

National Review

President Biden Is Keeping Schools Closed

Six months ago, when President Joe Biden was candidate Joe Biden, he spoke of “a crisis being felt all across the United States of America.” The crisis was school closures. Millions of children were staring at laptops rather than learning in a classroom. Biden said: “This is a national emergency. President Trump doesn’t have a real plan for opening schools safely. He’s offering nothing but failures and delusions.” Six months later, the education crisis abounds, and now-President Biden is so far just making it worse. At Tuesday’s press briefing, White House press secretary Jen Psaki said the new White House goal was “to have the majority of schools, so more than 50 percent, open by Day 100 of his presidency.” She defined that as “some teaching in classrooms, so at least one day a week, hopefully it’s more.” This isn’t just walking

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Tom Brady threw the Lombardi Trophy from his boat to Rob Gronkowski, and fans can’t handle it

The Week

Lindsey Graham reads Neera Tanden negative Glassdoor reviews from old employees during confirmation hearing

As Neera Tanden, President Biden’s nominee to take over as the director of the Office of Management and Budget, sat Wednesday for her confirmation hearing, Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.), the ranking Republican on the Senate Budget Committee, read aloud some reviews her former employees at the Center for American Progress left on Glassdoor over the last few years. Graham noted that Tanden, the president of CAP, referred the committee to the reviews, some of which were far from flattering about the management at the public policy organization, even when the overall experience was considered positive (“Great experience, terrible management,” one read.) “All I can say,” Graham said after going through some of the negative comments, “is that this is not the unifying pick that I was looking for in this position.” CONFIRMATION HEARING: Sen.

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Alabama WR DeVonta Smith wins 2020 Heisman Trophy

Alabama wide receiver DeVonta Smith was announced as the winner of the 2020 Heisman Trophy in a virtual ceremony on Tuesday.

Smith beat out Tide teammate, QB Mac Jones, Clemson QB Trevor Lawrence, and Florida QB Kyle Trask.

The order of the top four: Smith by 700 or so votes over Lawrence with Jones third and Trask fourth.

Smith becomes the first wide receiver to win the prestigious award since Michigan’s Desmond Howard in 1991.

Wide receivers who have won the Heisman Trophy:

  • Johnny Rodgers, Nebraska Cornhuskers (1972)

  • Tim Brown, Notre Dame Fighting Irish (1987)

  • Desmond Howard, Michigan Wolverines (1991)

  • DeVonta Smith, Alabama Crimson Tide (1991)

Surprisingly, Smith becomes only the third Heisman winner from Alabama. Running backs Mark Ingram (2009) and Derrick Henry (2015) were the previous players for the Crimson Tide to win the Heisman.

Smith put up astounding numbers in 2020. In 12 games, he has 105

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