How to Watch the New York Jets at the Indianapolis Colts

Below is the guide for how to watch and listen to the New York Jets this weekend. Television station and radio guide for watching and listening to the Jets game.

The Jets will travel to the Indianapolis Colts this weekend. An 0-2 start to the year has the Jets seeking their first win of the season.

Game Time: 4:05 P.M. ET

Location: Lucas Oil Stadium (limited fans)

How to Watch: On CBS

Play-by-play with Kevin Harlan, analyst role is Trent Green and sideline reporter is Melanie Collins.

How to Listen: In New York on 98.7 ESPN Radio

Play-by-play with Bob Wischusen, analyst role is Marty Lyons

Satellite Radio:

Sirius – 82

XM – 386

Key Jets Injuries – Running back Le’Veon Bell OUT (hamstring); wide receiver Denzel Mims OUT (hamstring); wide receiver Jamison Crowder OUT (hamstring); linebacker Blake Cashman OUT (hamstring); wide receiver Breshad Perriman

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How Hotels Are Helping Get Out The Vote In The 2020 Election

When you think of hotels, you probably imagine snuggling into a freshly made bed piled high with pillows, indulging in room service and letting your worries melt away. But securing the future of our democracy? Yep, you can now add that to the list, too. 

Hotels around the country are empowering guests take action this election through creative programs and packages. These hotels don’t care if you’re Democrat, Republican, Independent, or of any other political persuasion—they just want to make sure all their guests have the tools and info they need to cast their ballot. And some are even offering special incentives to guests who show up wearing their “I voted” stickers. 

Take a look at how hotels are helping get out the vote in the 2020 general election.

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Carnival cruise lines is laying off some of its crew members, a week after announcing it’s selling some of its fleet



a person standing in front of a large ship in the water: Jorge Delgado / Reuters


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  • Carnival cruise line is laying off some of its crew members, the second round of layoffs this year.
  • A report over the weekend said the number was in the thousands, but Carnival said that number wasn’t accurate and it was only cutting a “small number” of positions.
  • “Carnival Cruise Line has eliminated a small number of shipboard leadership positions directly tied to a reduction of four ships in our fleet that has already been announced and implemented,” said Carnival’s Chief Communications Officer who called the report “fabricated.”
  • Visit Business Insider’s homepage for more stories.

Carnival Cruises is laying off some of its crew members.

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“Carnival Cruise Line has eliminated a small number of shipboard leadership positions directly tied to a reduction of four ships in our fleet that has already been announced and implemented,” Chris Chiames, Chief Communications Officer,

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Coronavirus restrictions leave Australian cruise industry and businesses who rely on it in limbo

For a business specialising in electrical motor repairs, Christmas decorations for a cruise ship might seem like an unusual client order.

But at Alfredo Quaglia’s Sydney workshop, sourcing last-minute supplies for cruise companies used to sit alongside its more traditional services.

“They would come up with asking us all sorts of things, not only in the technical side but goods for the hotel or accommodation side,” he said.

“We supply them with gym equipment, sometimes with flowers or even fresh vegetables when their normal suppliers could not deliver for one reason or another.”

Alfredo started his business to service one of Australia’s first cruise ships, the Fairstar.

It expanded as the industry did and prior to COVID-19, Alfredo says the workshop was so busy it resembled a “house on fire”.

Now, income has been halved and while the JobKeeper wage subsidy has helped, the hours on offer to his mostly

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European roundup: Dortmund crash to shock defeat by Augsburg | European club football

Bundesliga title hopefuls Borussia Dortmund suffered a blow in a 2-0 defeat at Augsburg on Saturday, surrendering without a fight as Daniel Caligiuri set up the first goal and scored the second in his 300th league game.

Despite Dortmund having close to 80% possession for much of the first half, it was Augsburg who scored when Felix Uduokhai connected with a Caligiuri free-kick in the 40th minute to nod in with their first chance of the match.

Dortmund lacked the magic from their young stars that helped them cruise past Borussia Mönchengladbach 3-0 in their Bundesliga opener last week.

Erling Haaland had to wait until the 90th minute for his first opportunity, while Giovanni Reyna and Jude Bellingham, signed from Birmingham City, were largely anonymous and playmaker Jadon Sancho struggled to find space.

Augsburg remained disciplined after the break and struck again through the 32-year-old Caligiuri to leave the visitors

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The Relationship Between Tennessee and South Carolina’s Coaching Staffs

There’s typically six degrees of separation between coaching staffs in the SEC and that’s even less for the South Carolina Gamecocks and Tennessee Volunteers.

USC offensive coordinator Mike Bobo talked earlier this week about how the close the two coaching staffs are.

“We played against [Jeremy Pruitt] when I was at Colorado State when he was that he was at Alabama and then the year there at the University of Georgia, Jeremy cross paths and went against each other,” he said. “There’s obviously familiarity, we lived in the same neighborhood him Coach Pruitt and Coach [Will] Friend we all lived in the same neighborhood all families are close. Went on summer visit vacation this summer with Coach Friend and his family so that’s part of the business. You develop relationships, but I can promise you both of us on both sides want to go out and put our best foot

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Asia Album: Plane-themed restaurant serves in-flight meals in Bangkok – Xinhua

Customers enjoy in-flight meals at a plane-themed restaurant in Bangkok, Thailand, on Sept. 23, 2020. (Xinhua/Zhang Keren)

BANGKOK, Sept. 26 (Xinhua) — Thai Airways has opened a restaurant that features the design of plane cabins at its headquarters in Bangkok for flying enthusiasts missing the travel experience amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

A female customer poses with a Thai Airways captain for photo at a plane-themed restaurant in Bangkok, Thailand, on Sept. 23, 2020. (Xinhua/Zhang Keren)

Customers enjoy in-flight meals at a plane-themed restaurant in Bangkok, Thailand, on Sept. 23, 2020. (Xinhua/Zhang Keren)

Cooks prepare in-flight meals at a plane-themed restaurant in Bangkok, Thailand, on Sept. 23, 2020. (Xinhua/Zhang Keren)

Captains from the Thai Airways perform at a plane-themed restaurant in Bangkok, Thailand, on Sept. 23, 2020. (Xinhua/Zhang Keren)

Cooks prepare in-flight meals at a plane-themed restaurant in Bangkok, Thailand, on Sept. 23, 2020. (Xinhua/Zhang Keren)

Photo taken on Sept. 23,

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71 pc millennials ready to travel within India in next 6 months: Survey

Mumbai, Sep 26 (PTI) Even as the COVID-19 pandemic continues to impact travel and tourism sector in the country, 71 per cent millennials are willing to travel within the country in the next six months, as per a survey.

Millennials are likely to become the key driver of tourism revival with 71 per cent respondents in the category saying they are willing to explore ‘Incredible India’ in the next six months due to various international travel restrictions, according to BOTT (Business of Travel Trade) Travel Sentiment Tracker.

The online survey was conducted over a period of three weeks in September, with over 6,000 millennials participating, a statement said.

Millennials, also known as Generation Y, are generally considered to be those born during 1980s to mid-1990s.

The survey revealed that contrary to perception, millennials are very much interested in exploring ‘Incredible India’ more than ever, provided they are given hassle-free seamless

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Despite Covid-19, 71% Millennials Ready to Travel Within India in Next 6 Months: Survey

Even as the Covid-19 pandemic continues to impact travel and tourism sector in the country, 71 per cent millennials are willing to travel within the country in the next six months, as per a survey. Millennials are likely to become the key driver of tourism revival with 71 per cent respondents in the category saying they are willing to explore ‘Incredible India’in the next six months due to various international travel restrictions, according to BOTT (Business of Travel Trade) Travel Sentiment Tracker.

The online survey was conducted over a period of three weeks in September, with over 6,000 millennials participating, a statement said. Millennials, also known as Generation Y, are generally considered to be those born during 1980s to mid-1990s.

The survey revealed that contrary to perception, millennials are very much interested in exploring ‘Incredible India’ more than ever, provided they are given hassle-free seamless travel experiences. About 42 per

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Florida will let bars, restaurants and hotels reopen at full capacity

Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis announced on Friday that Florida, hard hit by coronavirus pandemic this summer, was moving into Phase 3 of reopening, lifting all restrictions on restaurants and businesses.

DeSantis, a Republican, said restaurants, hotels and bars across the state can immediately reopen at full capacity. A staunch supporter of President Donald Trump, DeSantis has been widely criticized in the past for reopening Florida early in the pandemic — a move that came after the governor met with the president.

The order would also prohibit local governments from restricting business operations unless they can justify the economic cost of such actions.

“There will not be limitations,” DeSantis said at a press conference in St. Petersburg. “They can operate at a minimum of 50 percent regardless of local rule and then, if a local restricts between 50 and 100 [percent], they’ve got to provide the justification and they’ve got to

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