Inte mindre än sju DN-fotografer är nominerade till Årets Bild 2018. Det traditionellt manstunga priset slår samtidigt rekord i andel nominerade kvinnor.Efter ett möte på Vadstena klosterhotell offentliggör juryn för Årets Bild årets 24 nominerade fotografer. Nästan en tredjedel av dem är verksamma i Dagens Nyheter: Fredrik Funck, Anders Hansson, Lotta Härdelin, Jonas Lindkvist, Beatrice Lundborg, Anette Nantell och Roger Turesson.3.549 bilder och multimediabidrag från 205 fotografer ingick i materialet som jurymedlemmarna Jens Assur, Peter Hove Olesen, Mia Karlsvärd och Annemor Larsen tog ställning till. En tredjedel av de nominerade fotograferna är kvinnor. Den prestigefyllda fototävlingen arrangeras av Pressfotografernas Klubb (PFK), som i ett pressmeddelande framhåller att det är
If you thought being a Browns fan was brutal on Monday night, you were reminded on Thursday that the Lions have it just as bad. Detroit had the Packers beat, 23-21, but a controversial face mask penalty gave Green Bay one last shot at the end zone and they capitalized. Aaron Rodgers took the shotgun snap on an untimed down with no time left, shuffled to his left, slipped a sack, rolled right and heaved a pass that seemed as high as it was long. Richard Rodgers, drifting toward the end zone while teammates and opponents crowded behind him, leaped and made the catch on the 61-yard play to give the Green Bay Packers a stunning 27-23 victory over the Detroit Lions on Thursday night. “I knew I was going to have to buy some time to allow them to get into the end zone,” Aaron Rodgers said. “I kne
Andrew Theodorakis for New York Daily News Derek Jeter called the Swedish underwear company’s allegations “categorically false.” Derek Jeter is hitting back against claims that he walked away from a deal to promote a line of fancy skivvies because he didn’t want to be connected to rapper 50 Cent. The allegations are “categorically false,” Jeter said in a Thursday statement responding to a lawsuit filed by Swedish underwear company Frigo. “I facilitated the introductory meeting between 50 Cent and the company, so it makes absolutely no sense that I would object to 50 Cent being a Frigo brand ambassador or think that 50 Cent is ‘too urban’ for the brand. “(Company CEO Mathias Ingvarsson’s) statements are particularly malicious because he knew all along that I never agreed to be a spokesperso
BRIAN SNYDER/REUTERS City health officials have long touted the health benefits of flu shots for young children, especially those in daycare or preschool. A group of five New York moms say they're bugged by the city's flu shot mandate for young kids - and they want an emergency court remedy. The moms from Manhattan and Brooklyn filed a lawsuit Monday claiming unelected city health officials overstepped their bounds in December 2013 when they decided all children between the ages of 6 months and 5 years must get an annual influenza vaccination to attend city-regulated daycares and preschools. ANTI-VACCINE WEBSITES TRICK PARENTS WITH THESE 'FACTS' Under the policy, the youngsters must receive the shot by Dec. 31 each year or face expulsion or fines as high as $ 2,000 levied on their institu...
Share This article A new class-action lawsuit against AMD is arguing that the company engaged in fraud and deceptive marketing when it claimed that its Bulldozer processors had eight cores. The suit, Dickey v. Advanced Micro Devices Inc, argues that AMD’s Bulldozer (and presumably Piledriver, Kaveri, Carrizo, and so on) all effectively contain just half the number of cores AMD claims they do, and that the company’s decision to combine certain aspects of the core into a module and share resources constitutes a deceptive practice. If the writeup at Legalnewsline.com is remotely accurate, the lawsuit is utterly without technical merit. The suit supposedly alleges that because Bulldozer shares certain core resources, the cores can no longer work independently and the chip is no longer cap
Aaron Gash/AP Greg Monroe choose Bucks over Knicks during offseason. MILWAUKEE — When the clock started on free agency over the summer, the first sitdown for Greg Monroe was with Phil Jackson and Derek Fisher. They were a match made in triangle heaven, it seemed, and if the Knicks were going to find anybody to take a max contract, the odds were on a 25-year-old center from Louisiana. Except Monroe found another environment more conducive to his No. 1 priority of winning. He characterized New York’s meeting as a “good presentation” — one that detailed why he’s such a great fit in Jackson’s triangle — but pushed back at the idea that the Knicks were frontrunners because he met with them so quickly in free agency. “That was just the way it was scheduled,” Monroe told the Daily News. “There wa