Top 5 plays for week 10 of Utah high school football 2019 | Deseret News Rewind

Deseret News Rewind presents its weekly roundup of all the top plays and performances from Week 10 of the 2019 Utah high school football season. Relive the top plays Can’t get enough football? Relive each week’s top plays from the 2019 Utah high school football season by watching the Deseret News Rewind Top 5 playlist. …read more Source:: Deseret News – Sports News       

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Mitt Romney said everyone in the Senate is ‘really nice’ except for Bernie Sanders, who ‘just kind of scowls’

In an interview with The Atlantic, Sen. Mitt Romney said everyone else in the Senate is “really nice,” except Bernie Sanders, who is more of “a curmudgeon.” “It’s not that he’s mean or whatever; he just kind of scowls,” Romney said. “For Bernie, it seems like this is kind of who he is. It’s defining.” Romney is one of few Republicans in Congress who has openly criticized President Donald Trump. He’s been vocally critical of Trump’s recent foreign policy choices concerning northern Syria. “This is not just a disagreement on foreign policy,” Romney told The Atlantic. “This is a violation of fundamental American honor.” Visit Business Insider’s homepage for more… Read More

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Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are bringing Archie on his first trip to the US over Thanksgiving

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex will take their five-month-old baby Archie on his first-ever trip to his mom’s home country of the United States over the holidays. The trip will be part of a six-week sabbatical Meghan Markle, Prince Harry, and Archie will take beginning in mid-November, The Sunday Times reported. The sabbatical announcement comes after Markle was faced with an onslaught of media attention and sued one British outlet, the Mail on Sunday. Visit Insider’s homepage for more. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex will take their five-month-old baby Archie on his first-ever trip to his mom’s home country of the United States over the holidays. The trip… Read More

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Seahawks Running Recap: Seattle hosts Ravens in Earl Thomas’ return

The Seahawks are back at CenturyLink Field pitting their 5-1 record up against the 4-2 Baltimore Ravens in All-Pro safety Earl Thomas’ first trip back to Seattle as an opponent of the Hawks. Hawks-Ravens inactives: Bradley McDougald, Ziggy Ansah both out Listen to the game on 710 ESPN Seattle or KIRO Radio 97.3 FM (full details on how to listen online here), and keep up with everything with our running recap, which we will update shortly after the conclusion of each quarter. For up-to-the-minute Seahawks coverage from 710, visit this post of live tweets from 710 ESPN Seattle hosts and reporters. First quarter Ravens 3, Seahawks 0 The Seahawks’ defense… Read More

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Why Hometown Bar-B-Que is the most legendary barbecue restaurant in NYC

Insider’s Herrine Ro and Sydney Kramer visited Hometown Bar-B-Que, a popular barbecue restaurant in Red Hook, Brooklyn. The owner, Billy Durney, is considered one of the best pitmasters in the country. The two hosts learn how Durney fell in love with barbecue and what makes his food different from other barbecue spots in the US. Visit Insider’s homepage for more stories. Following is a transcript of the video. Narrator: This is the best barbecue in New York City. Herrine Ro: Oh, it’s so good! These are one of the moments when you know that your job is so great. Hi, guys! So today we are at Hometown Bar-B-Que. It’s probably… Read More

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Utah researchers identify differences in brains of youth with depression, past suicide attempts

University of Utah researchers say they’ve discovered differences in the way brains of young adults and teens who have experienced depression and suicidal behavior work. | Adobe Stock SALT LAKE CITY — University of Utah researchers say they’ve discovered differences in the way brains of young adults and teens who have experienced depression and suicidal behavior work. The findings could bring hope to those struggling and might eventually lead to new treatments, researchers say. “There are lots of worried family members, or family members who have already gone through the heartache of losing someone. And there are lots of patients who might have lost hope that there might be good… Read More

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