Sean Raggett scored an 89th-minute victor by squeezing a header over the line following a late corner at Turf Moor. Since the turn of the year, Lincoln - a sleepy cathedral city in the East Midlands - has had cup fever, with Cowley's men eliminating second-tier League Championship teams Ipswich and Brighton.
Gallup noted that Trump's job approval rating at the time of the poll, conducted between February 1 and 5, was 42 percent. Ten per cent of responders remained undecided. When asked whether he should be more careful about the things he says, respondents overwhelmingly said "yes", by a almost 3-1 margin, 71 percent to 28 percent.
Born in Rhode Island, the son of a navy officer, Mr Harward spent much of his teenage years in Iran. A senior White House official said that Harward turned the offer down due to conflicting financial and family commitments. Harward has an ally in Defense Secretary James Mattis , who also presents a similarly deliberate and rigorous approach, as does John Kelly at Homeland Security, so it's not exactly out of step with Trump's other nat-sec choices.
Spotify's relocation to the new building will make it the first office tower to be fully leased on the 16-acre World Trade Center site. Spotify's move joins a growing number of media and tech companies that have migrated to the WTC and Lower Manhattan, including Conde Nast in the neighboring One World Trade Center.
Looking back two weeks, however, local rates roughly tracked with national rates. Sandon S. Speedling, MHS, CPM, Acting County Health Officer at the Florida Department of Health in Jackson County stated, "Getting vaccinated is the single most effective way to protect yourself and your family from getting the flu".
In fact almost three of every four Democrats, 72 percent, said that Trump was causing them significant stress. The report, which surveyed 1,019 Americans from January 5 to January 19, also found that the results were pretty stark when broken down by political party - 76% of Democrats reported that the outcome of the election was a significant source of stress for them, while only 26% of Republicans did.