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Megan Rapinoe, Alex Morgan treated to fast-food staple on ‘Kimmel’ in White House jab

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U.S. women’s soccer stars Megan Rapinoe and Alex Morgan vowed they would not attend a White House ceremony celebrating the team should they win the World Cup.

Jimmy Kimmel poked fun at President Trump’s past celebrations during “Jimmy Kimmel Live” on Thursday. Trump was known for giving winning teams fast food during White House ceremonies, so in turn, Kimmel presented Rapinoe and Morgan a fast-food staple.

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“I, also, don’t want to cheat you out of the experience of visiting the White House,” Kimmel told Rapinoe and Morgan while discussing Trump’s invitation. “So we prepared something special for you.”

Curtains to the players’ right then revealed 5,000 chicken nuggets with dozens of dipping sauces.

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“If you really are the champions we know you are, the three of us will eat all of these before the night is done,” Kimmel said.

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More store closings coming: An estimated 12,000 shops could close by the end of 2019

The retail apocalypse isn’t showing any signs of slowing down.

Six months into 2019, there have already been 20% more store closings announced than in all of 2018, according to a new report from global marketing research firm Coresight Research.

Based on Coresight Research’s figures and retailers’ earnings reports, more than 7,000 stores are slated to shutter this year with thousands of locations already gone.

Bankrupt footwear company Payless ShoeSource, which closed its remaining U.S. stores last week, accounts for about 37% of the closings.

The “going-out-of-business” sales and liquidation of other brands is expected to continue. Coresight estimates closures could reach 12,000 by the end of the year, the report said.

Coresight, which has offices in Manhattan, London and Hong Kong, tracked the 5,864 closings in 2018, which included all Toys R Us stores and hundreds of Kmart and Sears locations. 

Charming Charlie store closings: Retailer going out of business, will close all 261 stores in Chapter 11 bankruptcy

Is Toys R Us making a comeback?: A year after stores closed, there’s talk of new locations

The record year for closings was 2017, with 8,139 shuttered stores, Coresight found. This included an earlier round of Payless closings, the entire HHGregg electronics and appliance chain, and hundreds of Sears and Kmart stores.

The pain is expected to continue into future years, according to an April report from UBS Securities. UBS analysts said 75,000 more stores would need to be shuttered by 2026 if e-commerce penetration rises to 25% from its current level of 16%.

A separate analysis by UBS said tariffs on Chinese imports could put $40 billion of sales and 12,000 stores at risk.

“The market is not realizing how much brick & mortar retail is incrementally struggling and how new 25% tariffs could force widespread store closures,” UBS analyst Jay Sole wrote in the May report. “We think potential 25% tariffs on Chinese imports could accelerate pressure on these company’s profit margins to the point where major store closures become a real possibility.”

Closing all locations

Thousands of locations have already closed this year with the final Payless stores finishing their liquidation sales in June. All Charlotte Russe stores closed in April but the company’s new owner has started to open new stores.

Payless ShoeSource: 2,589 (includes 248 Canada locations and 114 smaller-format stores in Shopko Hometown locations).

Gymboree/Crazy 8: 749

Dressbarn: 649. Here are the locations that closed in June and closing in July.

Charlotte Russe: 494; but the company’s new owner is opening new stores.

Shopko: 371

Charming Charlie: 261

LifeWay Christian Resources: 170

Topshop: All 11 U.S. stores

Henri Bendel: 23

E.L.F. Beauty: 22

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Over 7,000 store closings have already been announced in 2019. Time

More closings

Some of the announced closures may carryover into 2020, which was the case with several closings announced in late 2018 such as Lowe’s, Sears and Kmart. Gap Inc. announced Feb. 28 it would close roughly 230 stores over two years. Some retailers also are opening new stores while closing locations including Bath & Body Works and Abercrombie & Fitch. 

Family Dollar: As many as 390 stores

Fred’s: 313; 159 closed in May105 stores closed in June; and liquidation is underway in 49 stores.

Chico’s: 74, but 250 over the next three years.

GNC: 233

Gap: Roughly 230 in next two years

Walgreens: 195

Foot Locker: 165, total includes closings outside of the U.S.

Signet Jewelers: The parent company of Kay, Zales and Jared said it would close another 150 stores.

Pier 1 Imports: 57, but up to 145 could close.

Ascena Retail: 120

Destination Maternity: 117

Sears: 72

Victoria’s Secret: 53

Vera Bradley: 50

Office Depot: 50

Kmart: 48

CVS: 46

Party City: 45

Sears Hometown and Outlet Stores: 45

The Children’s Place: Up to 45

Z Gallerie: 44

DKNY: 41

Stage Stores: 40 to 60

Bed Bath & Beyond: 40

Abercrombie & Fitch: 40

Francesca’s: At least 30 stores

Build-A-Bear: Up to 30 over two years

Williams-Sonoma: 30

J.C. Penney: 27

Bath & Body Works: 24

Southeastern Grocers: 22

Saks Off 5th: 20

Lowe’s: 20

J. Crew: 20

Macy’s: 8

Nordstrom: 7

Target: 6

J.Crew: 5

Kohl’s: 4

Whole Foods: 1

Calvin Klein: 1

Pottery Barn: 1

Source: Coresight Research; staff research

Pier 1 Imports store closings: Retailer plans to close 57 stores, and more closures could be coming, interim CEO says

Follow USA TODAY reporter Kelly Tyko on Twitter: @KellyTyko

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Ford, Volkswagen teaming up on autonomous and electric cars

Volkswagen will invest $2.6 billion in resources to join Ford as an equal partner in autonomous car technology firm Argo AI, the companies announced Friday.

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(Argo AI has been testing its technology on public roads using Ford Fusion sedans.)

The automakers will work together to develop a self-driving system and integrate it into their own vehicles, with Ford already planning to debut a hybrid utility vehicle aimed at providing commercial ride-hailing and package delivery services by 2021.

The system is initially being designed at Level 4 capability, which means it will be able to operate autonomously only in limited, mapped-out areas. Argo AI has been testing it in a few major metropolitan areas, including Miami and Detroit.

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Volkswagen’s MEB platform can be used for a variety of vehicle types. (Volkswagen)

Ford is also gaining access to the electric car platform Volkswagen is launching next year and will use it to build and sell its own battery-powered model in Europe starting in 2023 as it develops a separate lineup of zero-emissions vehicles for the U.S. market.

Ford is scheduled to debut a Mustang-inspired electric performance SUV next year, followed by an electric F-150, an SUV built through a $500 million partnership with startup electric vehicle outfit Rivian and its own modular zero-emissions that should spawn several car and utility models.

VW’s Argo AI investment includes $1 billion in cash, which matches what Ford first committed to the company in 2017, along with the integration of its existing Autonomous Intelligent Driving company that is currently 200 employees strong.

The new collaboration builds on a growing alliance between the automakers that kicked off in January when they announced plans to co-develop new commercial vans and small pickups for regions outside the U.S.

This is a developing story, check back for updates.

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Meghan Markle Was So Involved In Planning Her Wedding That She Did This

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Idris Elba, the actor who had the honor of DJ’ing at the reception, told BBC Radio 1Xtra recently that the music he played was ordered by the bride.

“Meghan sent me a playlist,” Elba said.

Pushed to reveal the songs, the “Hobbs & Shaw” star reluctantly said, “There was some West Coast on it.” But as he was pressed for further details on the mix (Tupac? Dr. Dre?), the actor lightheartedly pushed back. 

“I’m not gonna put their business out there like that,” he said, adding: “Seriously, ask Meghan and Harry.”

The reigning Sexiest Man Alive did reveal that among the tunes that “went off,” Whitney Houston’s “I Wanna Dance With Somebody” was among them.

If that was the Duchess of Sussex’s choice, we say good on her.

Elba previously told Ellen DeGeneres that he was gobsmacked when Harry asked him to do the May 2018 DJ gig. “I was like, is this a joke? Are you joking? And then he’s like … serious.”

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Tennessee Titans coach Mike Vrabel reveals horrifying deal he’d make to win another Super Bowl

Let’s cut to the chase about Tennessee Titans head coach Mike Vrabel’s shocking revelation Tuesday.

Vrabel, who is entering his second season with the Titans, joined the “Bussin’ with the Boys” podcast, hosted by former Titans linebacker Will Compton and current offensive lineman Taylor Lewan, and told them he’d take drastic measures to win another Super Bowl.

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Lewan told Vrabel an assistant on the podcast would “cut off his own d—” to win a Super Bowl. The three-time Pro Bowler said he wouldn’t make that trade and then asked his coach’s opinion.

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Mike Vrabel made a shocking revelation Tuesday. (Photo by Frederick Breedon/Getty Images)

“Been married 20 years,” Vrabel said. “Yeah, probably.”

Lewan noted Vrabel already has three Super Bowl rings from his time with the New England Patriots. Vrabel responded that he has three rings as a player, none as a coach.

Then he made the strange argument that, after 20 years of marriage, he didn’t need the appendage anymore.

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“If you come home with a bag of ice, and Jen is like ‘Oh honey, what did you do.’ ‘I cut …my d— off, we’re gonna win a Super Bowl,’ she’d be like ‘eh’? Or would she be upset?” Lewan asked.

Vrabel replied: “She’d be like, ‘Do you want me to do it? Do you want to do it now?’”

The 43-year-old coach went 9-7 in his first season with the Titans.

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The organization has never won a Super Bowl and only made one appearance, against the St. Louis Rams in Super Bowl XXXIV.

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Golden State Warriors coach Steve Kerr receives high honor from former player

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Five rings as an NBA player with the Chicago Bulls and San Antonio Spurs? Check.

Three rings as an NBA coach with the Golden State Warriors? Check.

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Being the top doobie roller in the NBA? Check?

Steve Kerr probably wasn’t expecting the latest honor that his former player Nick Young bestowed upon him during an interview with 95.7 The Game’s “The Damon Bruce Show” on Thursday.

Young was asked who he thought was the best blunt roller in basketball. Young laughed before he was asked again by host Damon Bruce.

“Who can twist it up better than anyone,” Bruce asked.

Young first wouldn’t reveal his answer “because that’s snitchin’.”

Young then said: “Probably Steve Kerr.”

Kerr has been a supporter of medical marijuana for pain relief and told CSN’s “The Warriors Insider” podcast in 2016 that he tried smoking marijuana to help with his chronic back pain, but he said it didn’t help.

Young played 80 games for the Warriors during the 2017-18 season and won a championship with the team – his only ring.

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He a few games for the Denver Nuggets last season before he was waived in December.

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More store closings coming: An estimated 12,000 shops could close by the end of 2019

The retail apocalypse isn’t showing any signs of slowing down.

Six months into 2019, there have already been 20% more store closings announced than in all of 2018, according to a new report from global marketing research firm Coresight Research.

Based on Coresight Research’s figures and retailers’ earnings reports, more than 7,000 stores are slated to shutter this year with thousands of locations already gone.

Bankrupt footwear company Payless ShoeSource, which closed its remaining U.S. stores last week, accounts for about 37% of the closings.

The “going-out-of-business” sales and liquidation of other brands is expected to continue. Coresight estimates closures could reach 12,000 by the end of the year, the report said.

Coresight, which has offices in Manhattan, London and Hong Kong, tracked the 5,864 closings in 2018, which included all Toys R Us stores and hundreds of Kmart and Sears locations. 

Charming Charlie store closings: Retailer going out of business, will close all 261 stores in Chapter 11 bankruptcy

Is Toys R Us making a comeback?: A year after stores closed, there’s talk of new locations

The record year for closings was 2017, with 8,139 shuttered stores, Coresight found. This included an earlier round of Payless closings, the entire HHGregg electronics and appliance chain, and hundreds of Sears and Kmart stores.

The pain is expected to continue into future years, according to an April report from UBS Securities. UBS analysts said 75,000 more stores would need to be shuttered by 2026 if e-commerce penetration rises to 25% from its current level of 16%.

A separate analysis by UBS said tariffs on Chinese imports could put $40 billion of sales and 12,000 stores at risk.

“The market is not realizing how much brick & mortar retail is incrementally struggling and how new 25% tariffs could force widespread store closures,” UBS analyst Jay Sole wrote in the May report. “We think potential 25% tariffs on Chinese imports could accelerate pressure on these company’s profit margins to the point where major store closures become a real possibility.”

Closing all locations

Thousands of locations have already closed this year with the final Payless stores finishing their liquidation sales in June. All Charlotte Russe stores closed in April but the company’s new owner has started to open new stores.

Payless ShoeSource: 2,589 (includes 248 Canada locations and 114 smaller-format stores in Shopko Hometown locations).

Gymboree/Crazy 8: 749

Dressbarn: 649. Here are the locations that closed in June and closing in July.

Charlotte Russe: 494; but the company’s new owner is opening new stores.

Shopko: 371

Charming Charlie: 261

LifeWay Christian Resources: 170

Topshop: All 11 U.S. stores

Henri Bendel: 23

E.L.F. Beauty: 22

CLOSEWestlake Legal Group icon_close More store closings coming: An estimated 12,000 shops could close by the end of 2019

Over 7,000 store closings have already been announced in 2019. Time

More closings

Some of the announced closures may carryover into 2020, which was the case with several closings announced in late 2018 such as Lowe’s, Sears and Kmart. Gap Inc. announced Feb. 28 it would close roughly 230 stores over two years. Some retailers also are opening new stores while closing locations including Bath & Body Works and Abercrombie & Fitch. 

Family Dollar: As many as 390 stores

Fred’s: 313; 159 closed in May105 stores closed in June; and liquidation is underway in 49 stores.

Chico’s: 74, but 250 over the next three years.

GNC: 233

Gap: Roughly 230 in next two years

Walgreens: 195

Foot Locker: 165, total includes closings outside of the U.S.

Signet Jewelers: The parent company of Kay, Zales and Jared said it would close another 150 stores.

Pier 1 Imports: 57, but up to 145 could close.

Ascena Retail: 120

Destination Maternity: 117

Sears: 72

Victoria’s Secret: 53

Vera Bradley: 50

Office Depot: 50

Kmart: 48

CVS: 46

Party City: 45

Sears Hometown and Outlet Stores: 45

The Children’s Place: Up to 45

Z Gallerie: 44

DKNY: 41

Stage Stores: 40 to 60

Bed Bath & Beyond: 40

Abercrombie & Fitch: 40

Francesca’s: At least 30 stores

Build-A-Bear: Up to 30 over two years

Williams-Sonoma: 30

J.C. Penney: 27

Bath & Body Works: 24

Southeastern Grocers: 22

Saks Off 5th: 20

Lowe’s: 20

J. Crew: 20

Macy’s: 8

Nordstrom: 7

Target: 6

J.Crew: 5

Kohl’s: 4

Whole Foods: 1

Calvin Klein: 1

Pottery Barn: 1

Source: Coresight Research; staff research

Pier 1 Imports store closings: Retailer plans to close 57 stores, and more closures could be coming, interim CEO says

Follow USA TODAY reporter Kelly Tyko on Twitter: @KellyTyko

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Pink Issues Savage Message For The ‘Parenting Police’

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Pop star Pink is well and truly done with the “parenting police.”

The “What About Us” singer this week tore into mom-shamers by writing a brutally sarcastic Instagram caption for a photo of her young daughter running through sprinkler water:

Pink, a three-time Grammy winner, wrote:

It wasn’t even filtered. What a waste of water. And no helmet? I hope she had sunscreen. If she slips and falls she may be traumatized for life. And her mother wasn’t even there. I was….. gasp…. working!!!! In another country! 🤘🏽👎🖕

She used the #fucktheparentingpolice and #opinionsarelikeassholes hashtags.

It wasn’t immediately clear whether an incident prompted Tuesday’s post. Pink confirmed with a later picture that she was currently away from her family while on tour in Hamburg, Germany:

Pink did vow in April, however, to stop sharing pictures of her children on social media following backlash over an image she’d posted of her bare-bottomed 2-year-old son.

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‘We Have a President Who Lost the Popular Vote by Three Million’: Sanders Backs Abolishing the Electoral College – Nearly two-thirds of Americans support replacing the Electoral College with a national popular vote system, according to recent polling

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Weird AHL app notifications include request for $6,000 payment

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Of all the ways for Stewart Zimmel to gain some notoriety, this probably wasn’t one he saw coming.

Zimmel is the COO of a company called HockeyTech according to his LinkedIn page, and before that, he worked for a company called Buzzer Apps. If you’re wondering why he’s important, here’s the reason: the American Hockey League app started sending push notifications demanding money from Zimmel on Wednesday. About $6,000, according to the alerts from the NHL’s top minor league.

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“Stewart. Since I have no way to contact you are you owe me nearly $6,000 I would ask you contact me about a payment,” the notification, which was sent repeatedly, reads. “Also, I’m filing a workplace report against you for threatening to punch me in the throat nemours [sic] times.”

Another notification sent read: “Stewart Zimmel please pay the outstanding monies owed.”

A third: “Stewart Zimmel threatened to punch Ian Bowman in the throat.”

When users opened the app, they were treated to a picture of a computer screen with messages between Zimmel and someone else, in which Zimmel (using scare quotes) threatens to punch someone in the throat.

The AHL, which was ready for a schedule-release announcement on Wednesday, was forced to issue an apology for the mess.

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“We have worked with out app host to resolve today’s issue of unauthorized notifications coming from the AHL app,” the league said on yet another alert. “We apologize for the inconvenience.”

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