IranMiddle East – North Africa Follow the news on Iran IranMiddle East – North Africa News RSF_en News to go further Iran: Press freedom violations recounted in real time January 2020 News After Hengameh Shahidi’s pardon, RSF asks Supreme Leader to free all imprisoned journalists Call for Iranian New Year pardons for Iran’s 21 imprisoned journalists News November 6, 2002 – Updated on January 20, 2016 Reporters Without Borders welcomes release of journalist but deplores arrest of another March 18, 2021 Find out more June 9, 2021 Find out more He called for the release of Abdi and nine other journalists being held in Iran’s prisons.Abdi, a former editor of the now-closed daily paper Salam who has worked on many pro-reform newspapers, was arrested on 4 November at his home, which the head of court no. 410 (known as the press court), Judge Said Mortazavi, ordered searched. He was accused of “receiving money from the US polling firm Gallup or from a foreign embassy” as a result of the publication on 22 September by one of Iran’s official news agencies, IRNA, of an Ayandeh poll that showed 74.4% of Iranians favoured a resumption of ties with the United States. Abdi had been jailed for 11 months in 1991 for criticising the then-president, Ali Akbar Hashemi Rafsanjani.Nuri, a reformist close to President Mohammad Khatami, was pardoned on 4 November by Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, the country’s supreme spiritual authority, after his brother had been killed in a road accident. He had been arrested on 27 November 1999 and sentenced the same day by the special religious court to five years in prison and fined 15 million rials (about 5,600 euros). His newspaper was closed down.He was accused of 15 offences, including “anti-religious propaganda,” insulting Ayatollah Khomeini, “undermining public opinion” and “having links with the United States.” He denounced the verdict as illegal and said the court had violated the Constitution. Receive email alerts Reporters Without Borders today welcomed the release of Abdollah Nuri, managing editor of the daily newspaper Khordad, after three years in jail but condemned the arrest the same day of journalist Abbas Abdi, a director of the Ayandeh public opinion firm.”We are delighted that Nuri has been freed after being unjustly sentenced to five years in prison,” said Reporters Without Border secretary-general Robert Ménard. “But we are very disturbed at the arrest of Abdi and fear other journalists may be detained in coming days. We call on the European Union, which will soon be having talks with Iran about human rights, to exert pressure on the authorities.” February 25, 2021 Find out more Organisation Help by sharing this information
Previous: More Young Americans Joining the Real Estate Industry Next: Industry Leader Recognized for Diversity and Inclusion Efforts Data Provider Black Knight to Acquire Top of Mind 2 days ago Related Articles Home / Daily Dose / The Industry Pulse: Updates on CoreLogic, NeighborWorks America, and More July 19, 2018 1,928 Views The Industry Pulse: Updates on CoreLogic, NeighborWorks America, and More Servicers Navigate the Post-Pandemic World 2 days ago Governmental Measures Target Expanded Access to Affordable Housing 2 days ago Subscribe The Best Markets For Residential Property Investors 2 days ago Kristina Brewer is the Editorial Assistant of Publications for the Five Star Institute, including DS News and MReport magazine. She is a graduate of the University of North Texas (UNT), where she received her Bachelor of Arts in English with a concentration in rhetoric and writing and a minor in global marketing. During this time, she served as Director of Philanthropy in the national women’s fraternity Zeta Tau Alpha, of which she is an alumna. Her passion for philanthropy continued after university when she was an intern at Keep Denton Beautiful, a local partner of Keep America Beautiful, where she drove membership, organized events, and led social media campaigns. Brewer honed her writing at the North Texas Daily, UNT’s student-run newspaper where she wrote about faculty, mentorship, and student life. Brewer also previously worked at Optimus Business Plans where she helped start-ups create funding proposals, risk assessments, and management plans. Sign up for DS News Daily Share Save in Daily Dose, Featured, Headlines, News From new appointments and partnerships to new technology and product expansion, get the latest buzz on the industry in this weekly update.The StoneHill Group, an Atlanta-based, veteran-owned provider of quality control, due diligence and mortgage fulfillment services has expanded its mortgage lender support services to help lenders, including banks and credit unions for cost-effective operations.Since hiring and training staff is time-consuming and expensive, lenders often outsourced underwriting, processing, and other origination tasks when loan volumes fluctuate, StoneHill said that its expanded services for mortgage lenders offered variable cost structure for its services so that clients only pay for the work they need.“Almost every day, someone asks me how they can save money originating loans in this environment,” said David Green, Founder, and CEO of The StoneHill Group. “For many, the best option is to outsource some or all of their origination work to The StoneHill Group. Once they do, they can stop worrying about whether they have enough staff, and they can rest assured that their critical processes will be completed on time and within budget.”San Diego-based ClosingCorp, a leading provider of residential real estate closing cost data and technology for the mortgage and real estate services industries, has announced that it is enhancing its SmartFees® service by incorporating the CoreLogic Property Tax Estimator. This service will help further improve the accuracy of loan estimates (LEs) in the origination process, and provide better data to mortgage professionals. The integration will be complete and the service will be available third quarter 2018.“ClosingCorp has a strong focus on quality and accuracy and we are excited to help further that effort,” said Nancy Langer, Executive, Real Estate Tax and Payment Solutions at CoreLogic. “Lenders nationwide have specifically requested that we integrate with ClosingCorp to deliver a seamless process within the origination workflow and we’re pleased to be able to deliver our service through this highly reliable channel.”Washington, D.C.- headquartered national, nonpartisan nonprofit, NeighborWorks America, recently announced the appointment of Marietta Rodriguez, as President and CEO of NeighborWorks America. Jeffrey Bryson, who served as interim President and CEO for the nonprofit since September 2017, will remain on board until August 17, according to a statement by NeighborWorks America. Bryson, who previously served as NeighborWorks America’s general counsel and corporate secretary, has been with the nonprofit for 31 years and plans to retire after the transition.Rodriguez has been with NeighborWorks for 20 years and most recently, she worked as interim SVP for national initiatives, where she managed a national down payment assistance program totaling more than $300 million to support over 17,000 new homebuyers since 2012. Additionally, she created an innovative business practice, enabling NeighborWorks organizations to operate their homeownership programs sustainably. Participating member organizations increased homeowners by 64 percent while decreasing service delivery costs 43 percent, and increasing revenue by 101 percent more than their own baseline.“NeighborWorks America is pleased to welcome Marietta into her new role,” said Grovetta Gardineer, Chair of the NeighborWorks America’s Board of Directors and Senior Deputy Comptroller for Compliance and Community Affairs at the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency. “Marietta brings a breadth of experience and knowledge to the position, with a proven record of leadership and accomplishment, and I look forward to working with her in this new role.”Costa Mesa, California-headquartered SaaS loan origination technology solutions provider, LendingQB, has announced a partnership with the STRATMOR Group to provide lenders with the MortgageSAT Borrower Satisfaction Program. This management tool gives lenders the control, visibility and context they need to manage and improve the borrower experience.This integration will help customers of LendingQB survey every borrower within 24 hours of closing. Direct, instant borrower feedback, along with deep insights about the loan process and the people involved, will enable lenders to pinpoint sources of borrower dissatisfaction and quickly take corrective action. MortgageSAT scores everyone (the loan officer, processor, underwriter, and closer) and measures the borrower’s perception of the entire loan process with analysis by region, branch, and the individual employee. The MortgageSAT program launched recently with select lenders across the country.Through this integration, lenders who were previously limited to measuring success based only on internal measurements and historical results will now have access to benchmarking data that shows how their satisfaction and Net Promoter Score (NPS) compare to their peers. MortgageSAT’s National Benchmark data is available 24/7 in a real-time web portal. Print This Post The Week Ahead: Nearing the Forbearance Exit 2 days ago Demand Propels Home Prices Upward 2 days ago About Author: Kristina Brewer Servicers Navigate the Post-Pandemic World 2 days ago Demand Propels Home Prices Upward 2 days ago 2018-07-19 Kristina Brewer The Best Markets For Residential Property Investors 2 days ago Data Provider Black Knight to Acquire Top of Mind 2 days ago Governmental Measures Target Expanded Access to Affordable Housing 2 days ago
FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailPrint分享Forbes:More coal plants are now projected to retire more quickly than experts thought a year ago, according to energy-industry analystswho gathered in Chicago on Tuesday.Three alternative energy sources—wind, solar and natural gas—are expected to divide up the spoils, they said at the American Wind Energy Association’s Windpower 2018 conference.“The real story I believe is in coal retirements,” said Bruce Hamilton, a director in the energy practice at Navigant, which has modeled every coal plant in the U.S. and projected 73 gigawatts will retire in the next 10 years. “That’s more than twice what we projected last year at this time. It’s more than we had two years ago when the Clean Power Plan was in the assumptions.” The projection changed in part because of more announced retirements, Hamilton said, “but more importantly, the fundamentals of the economics of coal have gotten worse, with costs going up, while the competition for coal—that is, gas, wind and solar—has all gotten cheaper.”Navigant’s projection is more conservative than some:“Our outlook includes about 100 gigawatts of coal retirements,” said Max Cohen, an IHS Markit analyst. “That’s about a third of the fleet.”Dan Shreve of MAKE Consulting expects natural gas to grab much of the 80-90 GW of coal he sees retiring in the next 10 years. But, he added, more gas makes more wind possible:More: Coal Collapsing Faster Under Trump; Wind, Solar, Gas All Benefit On the Blogs: Coal Plant Closures to Continue, Analysts Predict
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PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) has published a report (188 pages) for the European Commission, entitled “The Impact of Taxes on the Competitiveness of European Tourism”.As they point out in their report, tourism is an important economic sector that makes a very significant contribution to the EU economy. Achieving growth in this increasingly competitive international market requires a supportive regulatory environment, and taxation is a key component of that.While on the one hand taxes directly affect the margins created by businesses and the prices faced by tourists, on the other hand they are an important source of revenue for Governments used to finance infrastructure and support the tourism sector. The aim of this study is to review the impact of the existing tax burden on the tourism sector at the national level in the EU-28.This includes compiling a database of current tourism-related taxes at national level in the EU and analyzing the effects of tourism taxes on the competitiveness of tourism enterprises. Empirical evidence from the study points to a strong case of tax cuts on tourists to improve the competitiveness of tourist destinations and support the local tourism sector. However, given the need to increase revenue on the one hand and the need to maintain competitiveness on the other, policymakers need to carefully design taxes to balance these conflicting goals.The document contains a complete overview and comparison of various benefits, from Income Tax, VAT and others to the amount of sojourn tax, for all EU countriesSide dish: The Impact of Taxes on the Competitiveness of European Tourism
“The temperature was not that high so if we could have this kind of weather next year, maybe it will be okay,” Yokohari added.”But, if the weather turns out like right now, or like last year, then it is going to be a nightmare.”Hottest time of yearThe main reason for this year’s cooler July temperatures was the extended rainy season, which is often followed by the hottest time of year.Yokohari said this was very unusual and that the rainy season in Tokyo habitually ended on or around July 20 — three days before the Olympics are due to start.The 1964 Tokyo Olympic were held in October but for various reasons, including television deals and to avoid a clash with other major events, the International Olympic Committee (IOC) wanted the July dates kept even after postponement.”If we could plan this postponed Olympic Games in November then I am sure the situation could be much, much better but unfortunately the IOC said ‘no, no, it is going to be in July,'” said Yokohari.”Having said that, I am afraid that there isn’t going to be much we can do, especially for spectators.”Last year, in response to a particularly hot summer, the IOC acknowledged the issues Tokyo’s heat would bring and moved the marathon and race walk events to the cooler northern city of Sapporo.Before the COVID-19 pandemic struck, battling the heat was the major challenge for Games organizers.”Tokyo 2020 and all the Japanese organizers are not optimistic about the summer weather in Tokyo at all,” Tokyo 2020 spokesman Masa Takaya said on Tuesday.”We will be working closely together with the key delivery partners … to combat heat weather.”With temperatures rising around the globe, Yokohari said the Tokyo Games could be a “gamechanger”.”I would say that Tokyo should be a gamechanger of the whole story because, in the future, no cities in the world will be able to host Olympic Games in summer anymore,” he said. Topics : “When it comes to heat stress or heat stroke, the problem is not only the temperature but also the humidity as well,” Yokohari told Reuters on Tuesday.”When you can combine these two … Tokyo is the worst in history.”Temperatures this July, when the Olympics were due to start before the new coronavirus forced a postponement, were significantly cooler than the five-year average for the month of 30.4 degrees Celsius.With August averaging highs of 30.8 degrees Celsius and lows of 24.2 over the 30 years over his study, Yokohari said organizers should be prepared for the worst. Even if the COVID-19 pandemic does not prevent the Tokyo Olympics from going ahead next year, the blazing summer heat in the Japanese capital could still make the Games ‘a nightmare’, an advisor to the organizing committee has told Reuters.Although Japan enjoyed a mild summer this year, Makoto Yokohari said that the highest temperatures in a typical August — when most of the delayed Games will take place — could mean a dangerous mix of heat and humidity.Yokohari, a professor of environment and urban planning at the University of Tokyo, analyzed data going back to the 1984 Olympics in Los Angeles and said he found that in the period where the Games were held, Tokyo had the highest average temperature and precipitation of any host city.
Submit EveryMatrix has joined forces with Wiraya in a partnership which will seek to support commercial expansion for both businesses in the iGaming industry.The new partnership brings together EveryMatrix’s premium offering and client network with Wiraya’s Mobile Customer Activation solution.Kiril Nestorovski, Head of Sales at EveryMatrix, said: “EveryMatrix has always strived to offer the very best technology available to its clients and the new partnership with Wiraya will support us in our efforts. By using Wiraya’s solution across the player lifecycle, we can now facilitate superior player engagement to our operators. “One of our fundamentals is to always be a flexible and agile partner to our clients which means that we have a responsibility to find or develop the best solutions available for their needs.”Patrik Eriksson, Wiraya’s Partnership Manager for iGaming, added: “Wiraya has some ambitious growth plans, and to achieve these objectives, strategic partnerships with some of the biggest brands in the industry will be key. “EveryMatrix recognised the potential value here for their customers, as all major operators are now really understanding the benefits of focussing on customer experience. This means taking active steps to engage with players throughout the entire player lifecycle, to address the critical challenge of customer loyalty.”Having been founded in Sweden in 2008, Wirraya now has a presence in Malta and London. It is credited with processing over 100 million interactions and has worked across industries with a client list containing many of the largest brands in Europe, such as Volkswagen. Share Share Related Articles Erik Nyman joins EveryMatrix as US lead August 6, 2020 PartnerMatrix drives user engagement with two new deals August 13, 2020 MoneyMatrix boosts wire transfer options by integrating Klarna’s Sofort August 24, 2020 StumbleUpon
The English Premier League has voted to introduce goal-line technology from the 2013-14 season.British-based Hawk-Eye has been awarded the contract to provide the system.Hawk-Eye uses seven cameras per goal to detect the ball and claims its system is “millimetre accurate, ensuring no broadcast replays could disprove the decision”.The Football Association will install a system at Wembley Stadium in time for August’s Community Shield.Top-flight clubs voted to adopt the system during a meeting of the 20 Premier League chairmen on Thursday.Hawk-Eye is known for providing tennis and cricket with ball-tracking technology. Its football system notifies the referee if the ball has crossed the goal line via a vibration and optical signal sent to the officials’ watches within one second. Inventor Paul Hawkins said: “It will not slow the game down – it is not going to become like rugby.“In under a second we will provide the information to the watch, then afterwards we will show a TV replay that will definitively prove what we showed the referee was correct.“Football’s a great game. It does not need enhancements to add to the drama. Our technology is there to ensure decisions are correct.”England manager Roy Hodgson welcomed the Premier League’s move, saying it would prevent “gross injustices” affecting results.“It is something that people in football have wanted for a long time. There’s been a big debate, and for a while it was pushed back but now everyone’s on the same page and we’ve introduced it,” said Hodgson. “At least it will stop some of those gross injustices that we have seen in recent years where goals have obviously been scored and not allowed.”Once work is under way, installation of the system for the 17 Premier League clubs who avoid relegation and the three teams promoted from the Football League is expected to take up to six weeks to complete.Richard Scudamore , chief executive of the Premier League, added: “When these incidents come along, they are so controversial, so seismic, that it is all about getting it right.“If there is some technology available to help the officials get it right then it is right we should be doing it.”Stoke City chairman Peter Coates also welcomed the decision, but was wary about whether the use of technology should be extended to look at other areas, such as offside decisions. “I think we should be careful,” he said. “The great thing about our game is that it should be simple, free-flowing and that it carries on. We don’t want to become like a rugby game, so I’m probably in favour of simplicity and keeping a lot as it is.”West Ham co-owner David Gold was open-minded on further use of the technology.He said: “It’s a start, who knows where it will take us? Fans will have a big say in this, and also TV will have a big say.“We want to take the big, bad decisions out of football, and this kind of technology will do that. It’s been a good day for football.”Momentum for the introduction of goal-line technology increased after Ukraine were denied an equaliser when the ball appeared to cross the line in a 1-0 defeat by England at Euro 2012. The following month, the International Football Association Board (IFAB) in Zurich approved two systems for use in the sport. At this time the Premier League said it wanted to see its introduction “as soon as is practically possible”.After the IFAB vote, Fifa president Sepp Blatter said Frank Lampard’s “ghost” goal at the 2010 World Cup played a decisive role in the decision. Lampard’s “goal” came when England were 2-1 down in the second round against Germany. Fabio Capello’s team went on to lose 4-1.Lampard welcomed the Premier League’s decision, saying: “It’s a no-brainer. It’s been a long time coming but they got here in the end.“It’s a simple thing that will bring an excitement factor when it’s used. And it will give you the correct answer which I think, when it’s used at this level, is so important. We need that.”
The Lakers finished their fourth game in five nights with the injury bug offering a stronger pinch. While D’Angelo Russell (left knee) and Nick Young (right foot) remained sidelined, the Lakers ruled out forward Larry Nance Jr. (right knee contusion) beforehand and guard Jose Calderon (strained right hamstring) eight minutes into the game.Nance and Calderon said they felt fine, though the Lakers will reevaluate them on Sunday. Russell will see team doctors on Monday. Young has stopped wearing a boot to protect the strained muscle in his right calf since Friday, though he is sidelined for one to three more weeks. “We had a lot of guys play big minutes out of position and in lineups they weren’t used to playing with because of injuries,” Walton said. “Instead of focusing on the disappointment of the loss, I’m going to focus on the fact we got after it.” Still, the Grizzlies (13-8) did not have Vince Carter (right hip), Mike Conley (lower back), James Ennis III (right calf), Chandler Parsons (left knee), Zach Randolph (personal) and Brandan Wright (left ankle). Memphis did just fine with Troy Daniels (31 points), Marc Gasol (19) and JaMychal Green (16) leading the way. Despite Walton’s encouraging outlook, he wanted more from Randle after posting 39 double-doubles in his first 100 games of his NBA career. Walton yanked Randle after he collected his third foul with 7:13 left in the third quarter. Walton and Randle then talked in depth before he went to the bench. Randle said Walton pointed out various issues, including his foul trouble and how he can improve on helpside defense. “We expect Julius to be great. There’s a lot of responsibility that comes with that,” Walton said. “Everything that I tell Julius is all about trying to make him better and make him realize this is his team as much as anybody else’s.”Walton correctly thought Randle took the feedback constructively. “It’s important to have an open communication and open dialogue,” Randle said. “He trusts what I’m saying and for me, I’m able to accept (Walton) and trust what he says.”All of which captured the Lakers’ latest growing pains both with their health and development. MEMPHIS >> The overwhelming feeling increased as the Lakers’ roster size dwindled. With everything influx, the Lakers’ available options could not come together in crunch time.The Lakers lost to the Memphis Grizzlies 103-100 on Saturday at FedEx Forum, ending a four-game trip that featured the team failing to rise to the moment. After finishing with only six points on 3-of-8 shooting and six rebounds, Lakers forward Julius Randle missed three foul shots that could have tied the game with 5.9 seconds left. “It’s over with,” Randle said. “You just try to move on to the next one.” After posting eight points on a 4-of-16 mark from the field, Lakers guard Jordan Clarkson missed a game-tying 3-pointer moments after Randle’s missed foul shots. Randle rebounded the ball and found Clarkson, whose 24-foot 3-pointer fell short with 4.8 seconds left.“I’ve been playing like some (crap) recently,” said Clarkson, who has shot 35 percent from the field in the past five games. “I have to pick it up.”Despite finishing with his second career-best performance with 40 points on a 11-of-20 mark from the field and 14-of-14 clip from the free-throw line, Lou Williams could not lift the Lakers to victory. He missed a 23-foot fade-away that could have tied the game with 20.8 seconds remaining. “At that point in the game, I’m just trying to get a shot off,” Williams said. “I’ll take that shot.”The Lakers (10-12) did not want to take a 1-3 record on their latest trip. Nonetheless, Lakers coach Luke Walton told his players he felt “real proud of the way we fought” because of external circumstances. Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Error
MORE: Watch Patriots vs. Dolphins live with fuboTV (7-day free trial)Miami (4-11) started off the season with an abysmal 0-7 record, but seemed to have turned a corner over the last few months. The Dolphins are 4-4 in their last eight games with wins over the Eagles, Bengals, Jets and Colts. First-year coach and former Patriots assistant Brian Flores has Miami trending in the right direction as the season draws to a close.If the Patriots do miss out on a first-round bye, then they will play on wild-card weekend for the first time since Jan. 10, 2010 when they lost to the Ravens 33-14 in Foxborough, Mass.Here’s everything you need to know to watch the Patriots vs. Dolphins game on Sunday, including kickoff time, TV channels and a full Week 17 NFL schedule.What channel is Patriots vs. Dolphins on today?TV channel (national): CBSTV channel (Miami): WFOR-TVTV channel (Boston): WBZ-TVLive stream: fuboTV (7-day free trial)The Patriots vs. Dolphins game will be shown on CBS to a majority of viewers across the country. For local viewers in Boston and Miami, you can find the game broadcast on your CBS affiliate station. Greg Gumbel will call the Patriots vs. Dolphins play-by-play action, and Trent Green will provide analysis.You can also live stream Patriots vs. Dolphins by signing up for fuboTV, which offers a seven-day free trial.MORE: NFL coverage map for Week 17Patriots vs. Dolphins: What time is kickoff?Date: Sunday, Dec. 29Time: 1 p.m. ETThe Patriots vs. Dolphins game starts at 1 p.m. ET on Sunday, Dec. 29. New England heads into Sunday’s game with a 4-3 record over its last seven games while Miami’s 4-4 in its last eight.NFL schedule Week 17You can keep up with live scores and stats with SN’s live scoreboard.Note: National broadcasts are listed in bold.Sunday, Dec. 29GameTimeChannelJets vs. Bills1 p.m. ETCBS, fuboTVBrowns vs. Bengals1 p.m. ETFox, fuboTVPackers vs. Lions1 p.m. ETFox, fuboTVChargers vs. Chiefs1 p.m. ETCBS, fuboTVBears vs. Vikings1 p.m. ETFox, fuboTVDolphins vs. Patriots1 p.m. ETCBS, fuboTVFalcons vs. Buccaneers1 p.m. ETFox, fuboTVSaints vs. Panthers1 p.m. ETFox, fuboTVRedskins vs. Cowboys4:25 p.m. ETFox, fuboTVRaiders vs. Broncos4:25 p.m. ETCBS, fuboTVCardinals vs. Rams4:25 p.m. ETFox, fuboTVEagles vs. Giants4:25 p.m. ETFox, fuboTVColts vs. Jaguars4:25 p.m. ETCBS, fuboTVSteelers vs. Ravens4:25 p.m. ETCBS, fuboTVTitans vs. Texans4:25 p.m. ETCBS, fuboTV49ers vs. Seahawks8:20 p.m. ETNBC, fuboTVPatriots schedule 2019WeekDateOpponentKickoff timeTVWeek 1Sept. 8vs. Steelers8:20 p.m. ETNBCWeek 2Sept. 15at Dolphins1 p.m. ETCBSWeek 3Sept. 22vs. Jets1 p.m. ETCBSWeek 4Sept. 29at Bills1 p.m. ETCBSWeek 5Oct. 6at Redskins1 p.m. ETCBSWeek 6Oct. 10 (Thursday)vs. Giants8:20 p.m. ETFoxWeek 7Oct. 21 (Monday)at Jets8:15 p.m. ETESPNWeek 8Oct. 27vs. Browns4:25 p.m. ETCBSWeek 9Nov. 3at Ravens8:20 p.m. ETNBCWeek 10BYE—Week 11Nov. 17at Eagles4:25 p.m. ETCBSWeek 12Nov. 24vs. Cowboys4:25 p.m. ETFoxWeek 13Dec. 1at Texans8:20 p.m. ETNBCWeek 14Dec. 8vs. Chiefs4:25 p.m. ETCBSWeek 15Dec. 15at Bengals1 p.m. ETCBSWeek 16Dec. 21vs. Bills4:30 p.m. ETNFLNWeek 17Dec. 29vs. Dolphins1 p.m. ETCBSDolphins schedule 2019WeekDateOpponentKickoff timeTVWeek 1Sept. 8vs. Ravens1 p.m. ETCBSWeek 2Sept. 15vs. Patriots1 p.m. ETCBSWeek 3Sept. 22at Cowboys1 p.m. ETFOXWeek 4Sept. 29vs. Chargers 1 p.m. ETCBSWeek 5BYEWeek 6Oct. 13vs. Redskins1 p.m. ETFOXWeek 7Oct. 20at Bills1 p.m. ETCBSWeek 8Oct. 28 (Monday)at Steelers8:15 p.m. ETESPNWeek 9Nov. 3vs. Jets1 p.m. ETCBSWeek 10Nov. 10at Colts4:05 p.m. ETCBSWeek 11Nov. 17vs. Bills1 p.m. ETCBSWeek 12Nov. 24at Browns1 p.m. ETCBSWeek 13Dec. 1vs. Eagles1 p.m. ETFOXWeek 14Dec. 8at Jets1 p.m. ETCBSWeek 15Dec. 15at Giants1 p.m. ETCBSWeek 16Dec. 22vs. Bengals1 p.m. ETCBSWeek 17Dec. 29at Patriots1 p.m. ETCBS The Patriots will try and secure a top seed in the AFC playoff bracket as they host the Dolphins in Week 17 on SundayNew England (12-3) already clinched the AFC East and will now try and fend off Kansas City for the 2-seed in the AFC. If the Patriots and Chiefs are tied after Sunday’s games, Kansas City gets the first-round bye by virtue of the head-to-head tiebreaker. While the lowly Dolphins might not face much of a challenge, the Patriots are just 4-3 in their last seven games and have looked vulnerable at times.