News That Matters

Tag: city

Kansas City Chiefs continue fourth-quarter dominance vs. Washington Redskins

Kansas City Chiefs continue fourth-quarter dominance vs. Washington Redskins

Sports
KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- The Kansas City Chiefs stand as the NFL's last unbeaten team, moving to 4-0 following their 29-20 win over the Washington Redskins Monday night, fueled by yet another fourth-quarter rally. Head coach Andy Reid said that's the identify of his team, a mix of veteran leaders who have seen almost everything and confident young players who have quickly earned the trust of their brethren. "They'll battle you," Reid said Tuesday. "And that's a nice thing to have, one of those intangible things that you appreciate it. They trust each other enough to think they're always in the game." The Chiefs lead the NFL with 54 points in the fourth quarter, accounting for 44 percent of their offensive points. The team ranks tied for seventh in fourth-quarter scoring defense, allowing just 1...
Elon Musk: Rockets will fly people from city to city in minutes

Elon Musk: Rockets will fly people from city to city in minutes

Science
People will soon be able to fly from city to city within minutes, rocket and car entrepreneur Elon Musk says.Mr Musk made the promise at the International Astronautical Congress (IAC) in Adelaide, Australia. A promotional video says the London-New York journey would take 29 minutes.Mr Musk told the audience he aimed to start sending people to Mars in 2024. His SpaceX company would begin building the necessary ships to support the mission next year. He says he is refocusing SpaceX to work on just one type of vehicle - known as the BFR - which could do all of the firm's current work and interplanetary travel. Mr Musk first laid out his Mars travel ambitions at the IAC in 2016. Twelve months on, he returned with more detail. His BFR, although still massive, is now a little smaller at 106m in ...
LISTEN: Antonio Conte insists he is 'happy' with Chelsea players despite defeat to Manchester City

LISTEN: Antonio Conte insists he is 'happy' with Chelsea players despite defeat to Manchester City

Sports
Antonio Conte believes his team put in everythingSaturday, September 30, 2017Antonio Conte insisted he was happy with his Chelsea players despite their loss to Manchester City at Stamford Bridge on Saturday.Pep Guardiola’s side looked a class above, with their passing and movement, and Kevin De Bruyne’s second half strike was enough to separate the two sides.MATCH REPORT: Chelsea 0-1 Manchester City: Kevin De Bruyne's strike demonstrates Premier League title credentials of Pep Guardiola's menHowever, even though last season’s champions looked second best Antonio Conte felt he could only be proud of his players becaue they put everything into the game.“For sure there is disappointment for me, for my players and for the result but at the same time we gave everything,” said the Italian m
Antonio Conte believes Chelsea have been 'penalised' by the Premier League schedulers ahead of Manchester City clash

Antonio Conte believes Chelsea have been 'penalised' by the Premier League schedulers ahead of Manchester City clash

Sports
Head coach Antonio Conte believes Chelsea have been "penalised" by the Premier League fixture schedulers who have granted his side just one full day's preparation for Saturday's clash with Manchester City.Chelsea claimed a last-gasp 2-1 win at Atletico Madrid on Wednesday night to top Champions League Group C with two wins from two games.The Premier League champions play City at 1730BST on Saturday. Pep Guardiola's side beat Shakhtar Donetsk 2-0 at the Etihad Stadium on Tuesday night, while Chelsea are expected to return to London at around 0400BST on Thursday morning following their post-match flight from Madrid."In this case I think we are a bit penalised," Conte said."To have only one day to prepare for this type of game is not right."Honestly I'm very surprised to see that this big gam...
The forgotten quake victims outside Mexico City

The forgotten quake victims outside Mexico City

World
Just how much damage the Mexico earthquake has caused is still impossible to gauge because proper analysis of affected regions outside Mexico City has yet to be carried out.One hundred miles south of the capital lies the Jojutla, the largest town near the epicentre of the quake.Most of its old downtown is either destroyed or will be bulldozed, almost all shops have been destroyed or will be, over half the population is now homeless. It is a proper disaster.The locals are claiming the government is ignoring them and focusing everything on Mexico City.So far, they say, almost no government aid has been delivered; they are almost totally dependent on donations from aid organisations and civil society.Video:Search continues for survivors trapped in rubble In searing hot weather we came across ...