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fox military analyst says network makes him ashamed


new york (ap) — a retired army officer who has worked as an analyst for the fox news channel says he’s quitting the network because he’s ashamed of it.ralph peters says in an email to fox employees that the network has degenerated from providing a much-needed outlet for conservative voices to a propaganda machine for a “destructive and ethically ruinous administration.”peters says he told fox at the beginning of the month that he didn’t want his contributor contract renewed. he says fox is wittingly harming the nation’s system of government for profit.fox says in a statement that peters is entitled to his opinion and that the network is proud of its opinion programming.most read nation & world storiesunlimited digital access: $1 for 4 weeks






fox military analyst says network makes him ashamed


new york — a military analyst for fox news said tuesday that he was quitting the network because he believed it had turned into a propaganda machine for president donald trump's administration.ralph peters, a retired u.s. army officer, said he told fox at the beginning of the month that he did not want his contributor contract renewed."over my decade at fox, i was long proud of the association," peters wrote in an email that was distributed to colleagues at fox news, and first reported by buzzfeed news. "now i am ashamed."fox said in a statement that the network did not want attributed to a specific spokesperson that peters was entitled to his opinion, "despite the fact that he's choosing to use it as a weapon in order to get attention." fox said it was proud of its opinion programming and






fox news military analyst quits network, calling it a 'propaganda machine' for t


a military analyst for fox news said tuesday that he was quitting the network because he believed it had turned into a propaganda machine for president donald trump's administration.ralph peters, a retired u.s. army officer, said he told fox at the beginning of the month that he did not want his contributor contract renewed."over my decade at fox, i was long proud of the association," peters wrote in an email that was distributed to colleagues at fox news, and first reported by buzzfeed news. "now i am ashamed."fox said in a statement that the network did not want attributed to a specific spokesperson that peters was entitled to his opinion, "despite the fact that he's choosing to use it as a weapon in order to get attention." fox said it was proud of its opinion programming and prime-time






tebow re-ups with espn to be analyst for sec network


espn has announced a multiyear agreement with tim tebow, who will continue as an analyst on the sec network.tebow has worked as a studio analyst for the sec network since its 2014 debut. he will remain part of "sec nation," the network's traveling saturday pregame show.the 2007 heisman trophy-winning quarterback is currently playing minor league baseball in the new york mets organization. the 29-year-old tebow is hitting .242 with two home runs in 26 games for the columbia fireflies of the single-a south atlantic league.tebow helped the university of florida win national championships in 2006 and 2008 before being selected in the first round of the nfl draft by the denver broncos in 2010. he hasn't played in the nfl since 2012 with the new york jets.






tim tebow re-ups with espn to be analyst for sec network – the denver post


espn has announced a multiyear agreement with tim tebow, who will continue as an analyst on the sec network.tebow has worked as a studio analyst for the sec network since its 2014 debut. he will remain part of “sec nation,” the network’s traveling saturday pregame show.the 2007 heisman trophy-winning quarterback is currently playing minor league baseball in the new york mets organization. the 29-year-old tebow is hitting .242 with two home runs in 26 games for the columbia fireflies of the single-a south atlantic league.tebow helped the university of florida win national championships in 2006 and 2008 before being selected in the first round of the nfl draft by the denver broncos in 2010. he hasn’t played in the nfl since 2012 with the new york jets.






chauncey billups signs multi-year deal with espn as nba analyst


chauncey billups has signed a new multi-year deal with espn, continuing his expanded role as an nba analyst, the network announced friday.billups, a denver native and the 2004 nba finals mvp, has worked as analyst at espn since the 2014-15 season, when he was used primarily to provide analysis on “sportscenter” and other programs throughout he network. he joined “nba countdown” for wednesday night broadcasts during the 2015-16, and this season he became a full-time “nba countdown” analyst, working on the network’s lead team alongside host michelle beadle and fellow analyst jalen rose.“the insight, dedication, and leadership that made chauncey an nba finals mvp also make him a tremendous nba analyst,” kevin wildes, espn’s vice president of original content said in a statement. “his team-fir






espn signs tim tebow to multiyear deal to continue with sec network


espn has announced a multiyear agreement with tim tebow, who will continue as an analyst on the sec network.tebow has worked as a studio analyst for the sec network since its 2014 debut. he will remain part of “sec nation,” the network's traveling saturday pregame show.the 2007 heisman trophy-winning quarterback is currently playing minor league baseball in the new york mets organization. the 29-year-old tebow is hitting .242 with two home runs in 26 games for the columbia fireflies of the single-a south atlantic league.tebow helped the university of florida win national championships in 2006 and 2008 before being selected in the first round of the nfl draft by the denver broncos in 2010. he hasn't played in the nfl since 2012 with the new york jets.






fox signs former bears and broncos quarterback jay cutler to be an nfl analyst


another big-name quarterback is headed for the broadcast booth.former chicago bears quarterback jay cutler is joining fox as a game analyst for the 2017 nfl season, the network announced friday.cutler, 34, will work with play-by-play announcer kevin burkhardt, analyst charles davis and sideline reporter pam oliver.the 11th overall pick by the denver broncos in 2006, cutler spent the past eight seasons with the bears, finishing as the club’s all-time leading passer.last month, former dallas cowboys quarterback tony romo retired and joined cbs as an [email protected] sam farmer on twitter @latimesfarmer






cnn stands by producer caught on tape saying trump ‘probably right’ about russia


cnn has responded to an undercover video shot by the organization run by right-wing provocateur james o’keefe — and it says it has nothing to be ashamed of.the video, which was released by project veritas on tuesday, shows cnn producer john bonifield seemingly agreeing with someone that much of cnn’s coverage of the trump-russia scandal is “bullsh*t.” bonifield also said that president donald trump was “probably right” that the scandal was a “witch hunt.”“cnn stands by our medical producer john bonifield,” cnn said in response to the video. “diversity of personal opinion is what makes cnn strong, we welcome it and embrace it.”the network also noted that bonifield is cnn’s medical producer, and he does not work in political journalism and has no input on the network’s russia coverage.






are there new fears of a global arms race? | afghanistan


on thursday, the us military dropped its so-called mother of all bombs on a remote town in eastern afghanistan, near the pakistani border.it targeted a network of tunnels and caves used by a local branch of the islamic state of iraq and the levant (isil) group.an afghan governor said the 10,000kg bomb killed at least 100 fighters.it is believed to be the most powerful non-nuclear bomb dropped by the us in any battlefield.and on saturday, a us government agency announced the successful test of a mock nuclear bomb in nevada.it is part of an effort to upgrade one of the nuclear weapons that has been in the us arsenal for decades.are america's military actions causing an increase in global defence spending?countries around the world are increasing their defence spending.the stockholm internati






are there new fears of a global arms race? | afghanistan


on thursday, the us military dropped its so-called mother of all bombs on a remote town in eastern afghanistan, near the pakistani border.it targeted a network of tunnels and caves used by a local branch of the islamic state of iraq and the levant (isil) group.an afghan governor said the 10,000kg bomb killed at least 100 fighters.it is believed to be the most powerful non-nuclear bomb dropped by the us in any battlefield.and on saturday, a us government agency announced the successful test of a mock nuclear bomb in nevada.it is part of an effort to upgrade one of the nuclear weapons that has been in the us arsenal for decades.are america's military actions fuelling an increase in global defence spending?countries around the world are increasing their defence spending.the stockholm internat






franken tells woman in letter he’s ‘ashamed’ of himself


washington (ap) — sen. al franken has written a letter to the woman who accused him of forcibly kissing and groping her, saying he is ashamed of his actions and apologizes.los angeles radio host leeann tweeden read the letter friday while appearing on the tv talk show “the view.” in the letter, franken tells tweeden that he wants to “apologize to you personally.” he also says there is no excuse for the photo taken of him posing in a joking manner while apparently placing his hands on her chest while she was asleep aboard a transport plane.tweeden says the unwanted kissing took place during a 2006 uso tour. franken says he remembers their encounter differently but is “ashamed that my actions ruined that experience for you.”






nbc apologizes for analyst's insensitive comment


nbc’s coverage of the winter olympics hasn’t exactly gotten off to a smooth start. ratings are just so-so. critics are grousing on social media, and, over the weekend, the network had to juggle its schedule when high winds postponed marquee skiing events.nbc couldn’t even get through friday’s opening ceremony without a blunder that forced the network to apologize for a comment made by one of its analysts.the analyst, joshua cooper ramo, waded into controversy when he spotted prime minister shinzo abe of japan in the crowd and remarked about south korea’s history with korea.japan was “a country which occupied korea from 1910 to 1945,” ramo said. “but every korean will tell you that japan is a cultural, technological and economic example that has been so important to their own transformation






chargers' tre boston is shining on the field and in front of the cameras as anal


it would make for a better story if tre boston chose to sign with the chargers in part because the franchise’s move from san diego to los angeles, the so-called “entertainment capital of the world,” provided a better platform for the free safety to launch a broadcasting career.only it wouldn’t be true.boston’s biweekly trips to culver city to appear as a guest analyst on the nfl network’s “total access” show and “nfl blitz,” a live twitter show, this season were not part of some master plan boston, 25, devised when he became a free agent last offseason.“they just liked me and literally asked me to come up and host a show during the season, and i took the opportunity to do it,” said boston, a former university of north carolina standout who played his first three nfl seasons with the caroli






report confirms fox news’ napolitano got his british intelligence conspiracy the


the new york times has confirmed that fox news legal analyst andrew napolitano sourced his false allegation that former president barack obama asked british intelligence to spy on president donald trump to a discredited former cia analyst. this analyst, larry c. johnson, floated the conspiracy theory on the russian state-sponsored news network rt on march 6,…






retired catcher david ross joins espn as baseball analyst


bristol, conn. — retired catcher david ross is joining espn as a baseball analyst.ross won world series titles with boston in 2013 and the chicago cubs last year.the network said monday he will be part of the espn's studio coverage and also will broadcast games. he was a guest analyst during the 2014 and 2015 postseasons.ross also is a cubs special istant to baseball operations. he played 15 seasons in the majors.






alex rodriguez to expand role as fox broadcaster


new york (ap) — after spending two postseasons as a guest studio analyst for fox, alex rodriguez is expanding his role for the network.a-rod will be a game analyst and feature reporter for the network and fs1 and will continue to work in the studio, the network said tuesday in announcing a multiyear deal.a three-time al mvp who admitted using performance-enhancing drugs during his playing career, rodriguez was released by the new york yankees last summer with more than a year remaining in his $325 million, 10-year contract. rodriguez was suspended for the entire 2014 season for violations of baseball’s drug agreement and labor contract.rodriguez worked in the studio for the 2015 world series and 2016 postseason. the 41-year-old is fourth on the career home run list with 696 and currently i






nfl network draft analyst mike mayock says — no surprise — seahawks need offensi


nfl network draft analyst mike mayock says the seahawks would be looking at the offensive line first as they prepare for the combine this week and draft in april.you know it’s just about time for the nfl combine when nfl network draft analyst mike mayock holds his annual teleconference to discus the event.and when he spoke to reporters monday in advance of the combine — which starts wednesday in indianapolis — mayock said the seahawks should be looking first at offensive linemen.that puts mayock in a really long line of observers who think the seahawks have to put a priority on getting better up front as they head into the 2017 off-season.but then, it wouldn’t have made much sense if he’d said anything else.most read storiesunlimited digital access. $1 for 4 weeks.here’s what mayock said w






archbishop of canterbury 'ashamed' of church over abuse


media playback is unsupported on your devicemedia captionjustin welby on what he has learned about the church in the wake of child sex abuse inquirythe archbishop of canterbury has said how "ashamed" he is of the church in the wake of the child sex abuse inquiry.the most rev justin welby told the independent inquiry into child sexual abuse that it was "horrifying" to read the evidence from survivors."i have learned to be ashamed again," he said.the three-week hearing is looking into the diocese of chichester, where dozens of clergy have been accused of abuse.mr welby said: "to read the transcripts, to read the evidence, to meet the survivors, is horrifying to a huge degree, because you see this extraordinary and atrocious willingness to turn a blind eye to things going very seriously wrong






shia labeouf ‘ashamed’ of latest drunk and racist rant aimed at black cop


transformers star shia labeouf says he is “deeply ashamed” of his behavior after making racially-charged comments at a black police officer. labeouf, 31, was arrested in savannah, georgia, for disorderly conduct, obstruction and public drunkenness, according to tmz. footage published by the website wednesday shows the actor telling the officer “you’re going straight to hell, brother,”…






former bears coach john fox joining espn as nfl analyst


john fox’s parachute out of chicago has guided him to espn. the recently fired bears coach will be an nfl analyst for the network, a person with knowledge of the situation confirmed.that fox, 63, would join the media is quite a twist, considering he never warmed to media in three seasons as bears coach. he alienated local reporters with an unwavering determination to answer questions as vaguely as possible in the name of preserving a competitive advantage.the bears went 14-34 in his three seasons and finished in last place in the nfc north each year.as the bears played out the string in 2017 and fox’s fate appeared sealed, he expressed confidence he would continue his coaching career. he was a head coach for the last 16 seasons — with the panthers from 2002-10, the broncos from 2011-14 and






dean blandino, former nfl officiating chief, hired by fox as analyst


los angeles — fox has hired former nfl officiating chief dean blandino to work as a rules analyst for the network’s college football and nfl coverage in 2017.blandino joins mike pereira, another former head of nfl officiating who has been fox’s rules analyst for several years.the announcement was made tuesday by john entz, president of production and executive producer at fox sports.blandino, who worked under pereira at the nfl beginning in 1998, resigned from the league earlier this year.“something i’ve always admired about fox sports is their dedication to keeping viewers as informed as possible when it comes to the rules and regulations of the game,” blandino said. “they were the trailblazers in creating this type of position, and i’m excited to now be a part of it.”






fox signs former bears and broncos quarterback jay cutler to be an nfl analyst


another big-name quarterback is headed for the broadcast booth.former chicago bears quarterback jay cutler is joining fox as a game analyst for the 2017 nfl season, the network announced friday.cutler, 34, will work with play-by-play announcer kevin burkhardt, analyst charles davis and sideline reporter pam oliver.davis said friday morning that the group’s first assignment will be a bears preseason game against the tennessee titans on aug. 27.the 11th overall pick by the denver broncos in 2006, cutler spent the past eight seasons with the bears, finishing as the club’s all-time leading passer.last month, former dallas cowboys quarterback tony romo retired and joined cbs as an [email protected] sam farmer on twitter @latimesfarmerupdates:10:20 a.m.: this post was updated






franken apologizes to woman who says he kissed, groped her


washington — minnesota sen. al franken personally apologized to the woman who has accused him of forcibly kissing her and groping her during a 2006 uso tour, saying he remembers their encounter differently but is "ashamed that my actions ruined that experience for you."in a guest appearance friday on abc's "the view," leeann tweeden read a letter she received from the democratic lawmaker in which he also discussed a photo showing him posing in a joking manner, smiling at the camera with his hands above her chest as she naps wearing a flak vest aboard a military plane.franken missed votes in the senate thursday afternoon and has not made any public appearances since the allegations came out.both had been performing for military personnel in afghanistan two years before the one-time "saturda






suspended fox business anchor says he's fighting back


new york — a suspended fox business network host says he will fight reported charges of sexual harassment "like a lion armed with truth."charles payne, host of the network's "making money" show, defended himself on twitter on friday. the network didn't say why he was suspended. but the los angeles times, citing two anonymous sources, reported that payne had been accused of harassment by a female political analyst who appeared on the network.payne called the charges an ugly lie that he denies to his core. he said there is a mountain of proof that he's being falsely accused, in a twitter post that includes the hashtag fightingback.a series of harassment claims has shadowed the media giant, including sister network fox news channel.






justin welby 'learned to be ashamed again' of the church


the most rev justin welby has said he has "learned to be ashamed again of the church", while giving evidence to a sex abuse inquiry.the three-week independent inquiry into child sexual abuse is looking into the diocese of chichester, where dozens of clergy have been accused of abuse.the archbishop of canterbury, who was asked what he had learned about the church in the past few weeks, said he could not help but be moved by evidence from survivors.






$28b network consulting market becoming more efficient


globally-focused network consultants are becoming more efficient in their work, which opens the door to considering how technology implementations may impact other parts of an organization, according to a new report.more about networking international data corp. analyst leslie rosenberg said her report, idc marketscape: worldwide network consulting services 2017 vendor assessment, explains that speedier and less expensive network consulting means more time and effort can be directed to involving a company's non-it staff and perhaps even employees of partner companies. traditionally, network consultants only worked with a client's technology staff who may not appreciate the wider scope of their decisions, rosenberg explained. rosenberg said the report builds on her 2015 edition of the world






report confirms fox news’ napolitano got his british intelligence conspiracy the


report confirms fox news’ napolitano got his british intelligence conspiracy theory from russian state mediathe new york times has confirmed that fox news legal analyst andrew napolitano sourced his false allegation that former president barack obama asked british intelligence to spy on president donald trump to a discredited former cia analyst. this analyst, larry c. johnson, floated the conspiracy theory on the russian state-sponsored news network rt on march 6,…






oakland native kevin king picked by green bay packers


oakland product kevin king finally heard his name announced in the nfl draft — on the first pick friday.the packers traded up to the second round’s top spot to select king, a cornerback who went to bishop o’dowd high and washington, with the 33rd overall pick in the 2017 draft.“i’ve been waiting for this for a long time, so being able to hear that call feels great,” king said on nfl network after going to green bay.king was the only attendee thursday who returned to the draft site friday, and he came wearing all black — which he called “a bay thang.” (after all, he did post an emotional tweet to oakland on thursday.) he repped the bay all the way to the stage, first thing friday.“it was pretty disappointing, i’m not going to lie,” king told nfl network about leaving thursday without being






oakland native kevin king picked by green bay packers


oakland product kevin king finally heard his name announced in the nfl draft — on the first pick friday.the packers traded up to the second round’s top spot to select king, a cornerback who went to bishop o’dowd high and washington, with the 33rd overall pick in the 2017 draft.“i’ve been waiting for this for a long time, so being able to hear that call feels great,” king said on nfl network after going to green bay.king was the only attendee thursday who returned to the draft site friday, and he came wearing all black — which he called “a bay thang” on twitter.” (after all, he did post an emotional tweet to oakland on thursday.) he repped the bay all the way to the stage, first thing friday.“it was pretty disappointing, i’m not going to lie,” king told nfl network about leaving thursday wi






suspended fox business anchor says he’s fighting back


new york (ap) — a suspended fox business network host says he will fight reported charges of sexual harassment “like a lion armed with truth.”charles payne, host of the network’s “making money” show, defended himself on twitter on friday. the network didn’t say why he was suspended. but the los angeles times, citing two anonymous sources, reported that payne had been accused of harassment by a female political analyst who appeared on the network.payne called the charges an ugly lie that he denies to his core. he said there is a mountain of proof that he’s being falsely accused, in a twitter post that includes the hashtag fightingback.a series of harassment claims has shadowed the media giant, including sister network fox news channel.most read storiesunlimited digital access. $1 for 4 week






how to block or allow a wifi network in windows 10


when you click on the network icon on your taskbar to connect to a wifi network, windows will show all the available wifi networks. this makes it easy to quickly choose a network and connect to it. however, if you have a lot of wifi networks or access points near you, the network connections pop-up may look pretty cluttered, and you might have to do a lot of scrolling to find the access point you need. in those situations you can configure windows to allow or block certain networks. this method is also helpful for blocking open wifi networks that you don’t trust or wifi networks that use inappropriate or unpleasant names.related: how to automatically disable wifi when connected to a wired connectionblock a wifi networkwindows doesn’t provide any options in the settings app or control panel






tim tebow agrees on extension to remain as espn college football analyst


former quarterback will continue in role with sec network's weekly pregame show.        






watch live saturday! delta iv rocket to launch wgs-9 military satellite @ 7:44 p


a united launch alliance (ula) delta iv rocket is scheduled to send a military communications satellite into orbit saturday (march 18). the rocket will blast off from space launch complex 37 at cape canaveral air force station. liftoff is scheduled for 7:44 p.m. edt (2344 gmt). the launch window closes at 8:59 p.m. edt (0059 gmt on march 19). ula will provide a live stream of the launch, which you can watch in the window below. you can see a mission overview until the webcast begins at 7:24 p.m. edt (1124 gmt). read our preview: new us military communications satellite to launch saturday the rocket will carry a $442 million boeing-built satellite that will join the wideband global satcom (wgs) network. these satellites provide a worldwide communications network for the u.s. military and it






minnesota sen. al franken tells newspaper he’ll return to work monday, says he’s


share storyby the associated pressthe associated pressminneapolis (ap) — minnesota sen. al franken tells newspaper he’ll return to work monday, says he’s ‘ashamed’ by groping allegations.the associated press






espn hires chip kelly as studio football analyst


former college and nfl coach chip kelly has signed a multiyear deal with espn to talk about both as a studio analyst.kelly, most recently coach of the san francisco 49ers, will predominantly work college football pregames, halftimes and studio wraps during fall saturdays on espn2. he will also appear on sportscenter on fridays and sundays, offering insights on college and nfl games.“chip is one of the most innovative football minds of our generation,” said lee fitting, espn senior coordinating producer. “as a coach, he saw the game from a unique perspective, never afraid to take an unconventional approach. we want him to bring that mentality to our college football coverage each week, offering fans a varying viewpoint outside of the conventional thought process.”said kelly: “once i decided






general mcmaster’s former officers claim trump is ‘using’ him and tarnishing the


according to military friends and former colleagues of gen. h.r. mcmaster, president donald trump only has his position in trump’s administration because the three-star general makes trump look good to the establishment. the former military officers are concerned trump is “tarnishing” the military’s reputation. over the course of the last week, mcmaster has been used like a three-star shield by the white house, which has deployed him as a bona fide spokesperson in the wake of developments into the russia investigation. specifically, mcmaster was rolled out to justify son-in-law jared kushner’s request for back-channel communication with russians. fellow military professionals disagree that it wasn’t a big deal, however, and told the daily beast kusnher’s actions went “far beyond” what shou