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  • Twitter exec headed to SoFi? Credit card defaults; Bacardi gets Patrón

    Twitter exec may lead SoFi Twitter's chief operating officer may become CEO of San Francisco online lender SoFi. The Wall Street Journal reported that Anthony Noto has gotten the job offer, citing people familiar with the matter. They also said Noto is likely to decide within a few days. Before leading Twitter's push into online video, Noto was a top banker at Goldman Sachs Group. Number of the day $5.1...

  • Awww: CNN's Jim Acosta Suffers Serial Self-Humiliation During Shutdown

    CNN's Jim Acosta has had a rough four days. It's hard not to take some pleasure in that situation, given the Chief White House Correspondent's habitual rudeness and petulance with President Trump, and with his representatives during White House press briefings.

  • Houston’s “We’re Better” claim catches Warriors attention

    The Warriors all heard about the quote from Houston center Clint Capela, who announced "We're better than them," after his team beat the Warriors 116-108 on Saturday night. "It's all part of the game," Kevin Durant said on Monday after practice. "They beat us twice this year. Obviously we're confident and we feel we're the best team in the league as well. But we can be beat on any night." Though the Rockets have made no secrets about their single-minded...

  • Warriors Iguodala practices, status for Tuesday TBD

    Andre Iguodala was out on the floor practicing on Monday. But is status for Tuesday night's game against the New York Knicks is still in question. Warriors coach Steve Kerr said Iguodala was "good...and we'll see how it goes tomorrow." Iguodala was inactive the last two games of the road trip, against Chicago and Houston, due to a left calf injury. Iguodala has missed eight games this season due to nagging injuries. He is averaging 5.7 points, 3.8 rebounds and...

  • Democrats Whine After Shutdown Loss, Another Dem Calls it: 'They Caved, They Blinked, That’s What They Do'

    In an 81-18 vote on the Senate floor on Monday, a Continuing Resolution was passed to fund the federal government until Feb. 8.

  • Raiders QB Derek Carr on Jon Gruden: ‘I hope he’s really hard on me’

    There has been plenty of speculation about how Raiders quarterback Derek Carr will handle the in-your-face intensity of new head coach Jon Gruden. Carr's stance: Bring it on. Discussing his new coach in a radio interview with 95.7 The Game on Monday afternoon, Carr said he will welcome the scrutiny of Gruden, who will work closely with the quarterbacks and call plays for the offense in his return to Oakland. "I hope he's really hard on me - and...