Four accused of helping alleged cop killer to appear in court today

The man suspected of killing a Newman Police Department Corporal the day after Christmas will be arraigned on Wednesday, but four of the people accused of helping him attempt to escape capture will be in court today.

Ana Leyde Cervantes, 30; Conrado Virgen Mendoza, 34; Adrian Virgen, 25, and Erik Razo Quiroz, 35, are said to have lied to authorities and helped Gustavo Perez Arriaga, 32, in his efforts to flee to Mexico. They were all charged with accessory.

Arriaga was arrested at a home near Bakersfield 55 hours after the shooting death of Cpl. Ronil Singh who pulled him over on suspicion of driving under the influence.

Three other people were arrested with Arriaga when the Kern County Sheriff’s Office SWAT team surrounded the home in Lamont on Friday. Bernabe Madrigal Castaneda, 59, Ermasmo Villegas, 36, and Maria Luisa Moreno, 57, are also expected to be charged with accessory but prosecuted in Kern County since their involvement took place there.

We’ll have more on the story later today.

Democrats head into 2019 split on everything

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Corruption robs Yemenis of food as country nears famine

Day after day Nabil al-Hakimi, a humanitarian official in Taiz, one of Yemen’s largest cities, went to work feeling he had a “mountain” on his shoulders. Billions of dollars in food and other foreign aid was coming into his war-ravaged homeland, but millions of Yemenis were still living a step away from famine.

Reports of organizational disarray and out-and-out thievery streamed in to him this spring and summer from around Taiz — 5,000 sacks of rice doled out without record of where they’d gone . . . 705 food baskets looted from a welfare agency’s warehouses . . . 110 sacks of grain pillaged from trucks trying to make their way through the craggy northern highlands overlooking the city.

Food donations, it was clear, were being snatched from the starving.

Documents reviewed by The Associated Press and interviews with al-Hakimi and other officials and aid workers show that thousands of families in Taiz are not getting international food aid intended for them — often because it has been seized by armed units that are allied with the Saudi-led, American-backed military coalition fighting in Yemen.

“The army that should protect the aid is looting the aid,” al-Hakimi told the AP.

Across Yemen, factions and militias on all sides of the conflict have blocked food aid from going to groups suspected of disloyalty, diverted it to front-line combat units or sold it for profit on the black market, according to public records and confidential documents obtained by the AP and interviews with more than 70 aid workers, government officials and average citizens from six different provinces.

The problem of lost and stolen aid is common in Taiz and other areas controlled by Yemen’s internationally recognized government, which is supported by the Saudi-led military coalition. It is even more widespread in territories controlled by the Houthi rebels, the struggling government’s main enemy during the nearly four years of warfare that has spawned the world’s worst humanitarian crisis.

Some observers have attributed the near-famine conditions in much of the country to the coalition’s blockade of ports that supply Houthi-controlled areas. AP’s investigation found that large amounts of food are making it into the country, but once there, the food often isn’t getting to people who need it most — raising questions about the ability of United Nations agencies and other big aid organizations to operate effectively in Yemen.

After the release of the AP’s investigation on Monday, the United Nations’ World Food Program issued a statement demanding “an immediate end to the diversion of humanitarian food relief in Yemen.” The agency said its own investigation had found “evidence of trucks illicitly removing food from designated food distribution centers” in areas controlled by the Houthi rebels. It said it also has evidence of “fraud being perpetrated by at least one local partner organization” connected to the Houthis’ Education Ministry and responsible for distributing U.N. food aid.

The statement said the agency has learned that many people in the Houthi-controlled capital, Sanaa, have not been getting food rations they’re entitled to and that in other areas “hungry people have been denied full rations.”

The World Food Program has 5,000 distribution sites across the country targeting 10 million people a month with food baskets but says it can monitor just 20 percent of the deliveries.

This year the U.N., the United States, Saudi Arabia and others have poured more than $4 billion in food, shelter, medical and other aid into Yemen. That figure has been growing and is expected to keep climbing in 2019.

Despite the surge in help, hunger — and, in some pockets of the country, famine-level starvation — have continued to grow.

An analysis this month by a coalition of global relief groups found that even with the food aid that is coming in, more than half of the population is not getting enough to eat — 15.9 million of Yemen’s 29 million people. They include 10.8 million who are in an “emergency” phase of food insecurity, roughly 5 million who are in a deeper “crisis” phase and 63,500 who are facing “catastrophe,” a synonym for famine.

Counting the number of people who have starved to death in Yemen is difficult, because of the challenges of getting into areas shaken by violence and because starving people often officially die from diseases that prey on their weakened conditions. The nonprofit group Save the Children estimates that 85,000 children under the age of 5 have died from starvation or disease since the start of the war.

In some parts of the country, fighting, roadblocks and bureaucratic obstacles have reduced the amount of aid getting in. In other areas, aid gets in but still doesn’t get to the hungriest families.

In the northern province of Saada, a Houthi stronghold, international aid groups estimate that 445,000 people need food assistance. Some months the U.N. has sent enough food to feed twice that many people. Yet the latest figures from the U.N. and other relief organizations show that 65 percent of residents are facing severe food shortages, including at least 7,000 people who are in pockets of outright famine.

Three officials with the coalition-backed government told the AP that they would provide replies to questions about the theft of food aid, but then didn’t provide answers.

Officials at the agency that oversees aid work in Houthi territory — the National Authority for the Management and Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs — did not return repeated phone calls from the AP.

U.N. officials have generally been cautious in public statements about the Houthis, based in part on worries that the rebels might respond by blocking U.N. agencies from access to starving people. But in interviews with the AP, two top U.N. relief officials used strong language in reference to both the Houthis and their battlefield adversaries.

Geert Cappelaere, Middle East director for UNICEF, the U.N.’s emergency fund for children, said authorities on “all sides” of the conflict are impeding aid groups — and increasing the risk that the country will descend into widespread famine.

“This has nothing to do with nature,” Cappelaere told the AP. “There is no drought here in Yemen. All of this is man-made. All of this has to do with poor political leadership which doesn’t put the people’s interest at the core of their actions.”

David Beasley, executive director of the U.N.’s food program, said “certain elements of the Houthis” are denying the agency access to some parts of rebel territory — and appear to be diverting food aid.

“It’s a disgrace, criminal, it’s wrong, and it needs to end,” Beasley said in an interview Sunday with the AP. “Innocent people are suffering.”

The rebels and the coalition forces have begun peace talks in recent weeks, a process that has led to a reduction in fighting and eased the challenges of getting food aid into and out of Hodeida, the port city that is a gateway to the Houthi-controlled north. But even if donors are able to get more food in, the problem of what happens to food aid once it makes landfall remains.

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‘THE POOR GET NOTHING’

The war in Yemen began in March 2015 after Houthi rebels swept out of the mountains and occupied northern Yemen, forcing the government of Yemeni President Abed Rabbo Mansour Hadi into exile.

After the rebels began pushing farther south, Saudi Arabia and other Persian Gulf states formed a coalition to take on the Houthis, describing their involvement as an effort to stop Iran, which has ties to the Houthis, from gaining sway over Yemen.

The coalition launched a rolling campaign of airstrikes and imposed an air, land and sea embargo on the rebel-held north. The Houthis, in turn, have blocked a key access route to Taiz, making it difficult for aid groups to get food and other supplies into the city.

The Houthis, a Zaidi-Shiite religious movement turned rebel militia, control an expanse of northern and western Yemen that is home to more than 70 percent of the country’s population. In these areas, officials and relief workers say, Houthi rebels have moved aggressively to control the flow of food aid, putting pressure on international relief workers with threats of arrest or exile and setting up checkpoints that demand payments of “customs taxes” as trucks carrying aid try to move across rebel territory.

“Since the Houthis came to power, looting has been on a large scale,” said Abdullah al-Hamidi, who served as acting education minister in the Houthi-run government in the north before defecting to the coalition side earlier this year. “This is why the poor get nothing. What really arrives to people is very little.”

Each month in Sanaa, he said, at least 15,000 food baskets that the education ministry was supposed to provide to hungry families were instead diverted to the black market or used to feed Houthi militiamen serving on the front lines.

Half of the food baskets that the U.N. food program provides to Houthi-controlled areas are stored and distributed by the ministry, which is chaired by the brother of the rebels’ top leader.

Moain al-Nagri, a managing editor at the Houthi-controlled daily newspaper, al-Thawra, told the AP that the paper learned last week that hundreds of its staffers had been falsely listed for more than a year as receiving food baskets from the education ministry. It’s not clear where those food baskets went, he said, but it’s clear that few of his employees received them.

Three other people with knowledge of relief programs in Houthi territory confirmed that they had knowledge of food baskets being improperly diverted from the education ministry. The three individuals and many others interviewed for this story spoke on condition of anonymity, because of the risks that the rebels might block aid programs or deny visas.

A senior U.N. official, speaking on condition of anonymity to discuss the issue, told the AP that enough aid is coming into the country to meet the demands of the hunger crisis, but much of it is stolen.

“If there is no corruption,” he said, “there is no famine.”

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BLACK MARKETS

Throughout Yemen, food that is supposed to be given for free to starving families ends up for sale in markets.

The Houthis’ ministry of industry has documented hundreds of sacks of World Food Program flour being sold commercially after being repackaged by merchants, according to Abdu Bishr, who previously served as head of the ministry. Bishr, now a member of rebel-controlled parliament, says both sides in the war are to blame for failing to prevent the diversion of food aid.

Video shot in 2017 and obtained by the AP shows busy markets in the cities of Taiz and Aden not bothering to repackage pilfered food aid — selling cooking oil and flour displaying the U.N. food program’s WFP logo. AP journalists reporting in Yemen this spring and summer spotted other examples of food with the logos of the WFP and other global relief groups being sold in markets in both Houthi and coalition areas.

“We have found entire stores packed with U.N. aid,” said Fadl Moqbl, head of an independent advocacy group, the Yemeni Association for Consumers’ Protection.

Because the war has wrecked the country’s economy, many Yemenis don’t have jobs or enough money to buy food in stores. Al-Hakimi, who worked for much of this year as the executive manager of the coalition-backed government’s local relief committee in Taiz, said Yemenis will need more than short-term handouts. They need help to rebuild the country’s economy and create jobs that will allow families to buy their own food.

When officials in Taiz asked al-Hakimi to take over as the relief committee’s manager, he hoped he could help turn around the hunger crisis that has been building in the city since the war began. He soon discovered the scale of challenges facing him.

Political power in Taiz is divided among militias that have been folded into Yemen’s national armed forces but continue to compete with each other to maintain their grips on the sectors of the city they control.

“Here the only means to achieve anyone’s goals is through weapons,” he said. “Who gets on the beneficiaries’ lists? Those who have weapons. The poor, the most miserable, and the weak can’t get their names on the lists of beneficiaries, so the aid goes to the powerful.”

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LION’S SHARE

Coalition bombing campaigns and guerrilla fighting on the ground have demolished homes, factories, water works and power plants and killed more than 60,000 combatants and civilians. More than 3 million people have been displaced, increasing the demand for food and other help from outside the country.

In a 2017 survey funded by the European Union, two-thirds of displaced Yemenis who responded said they hadn’t received any humanitarian aid, even though people forced from their homes are supposed to be key targets of U.N. relief efforts.

In displacement camps in the Houthi-controlled northern district of Aslam, barefoot children and mothers whose bodies have been reduced to skin and bone live in tents and huts made of sticks and sackcloth. The camps are not far from villages where the AP reported in September that families were trying to stave off famine by eating boiled tree leaves.

The U.N. and other global aid organizations estimate that 1.5 million Yemeni children are malnourished, including 400,000 to 500,000 who suffer life-threatening “severe acute malnutrition.”

One-year-old Nasser Hafez, who lived with his family in a camp called al-Motayhara, died Dec.12 from malnutrition and other complications at a hospital run by Doctors Without Borders. He was in a coma for five days before his tiny body gave up.

His father and 16 members of his family have moved at least six times since the start of the war. Before, the father said, he had been a tailor, earning enough to feed his family meat, chicken and vegetables. He said he hasn’t received a single food basket from the U.N.’s World Food Program.

“They register us every month, maybe up to five times, but we never get food,” he said.

He said the family has gotten cash transfers every few months equal to $50 from the relief group Oxfam. It costs almost half that amount, he said, to buy 50 kilograms of World Food Program wheat from a market, which lasts his family only a week or two.

The Houthi rebels maintain tight control on how much food goes to which districts and who gets it. They manipulate the official lists of beneficiaries by giving preferential treatment to Houthi supporters and families of slain and wounded soldiers, according to relief workers and officials.

“Some areas in Yemen take the lion’s share and other areas receive a trickle,” said Bishr, the member of the Houthi-controlled parliament.

Five relief workers told the AP that they believe the U.N. and other international groups have been forced to sacrifice their independence in order to maintain access as they try to deliver aid to as many people as possible.

The Houthis “threaten decision-makers and international employees through permits and visa renewals,” a senior aid official told the AP. “Those who don’t comply will have their visas rejected.”

He said that he discovered his employees were tipping off the Houthis about the contents of his conversations and emails. When he complained about the spying, he said, the rebels pulled his visa and forced him to leave the country.

Beasley, the top official at the U.N. food program, said he believes some of the rebels in key positions do care about the welfare of struggling families and have worked well with his agency, but there are others “who don’t care about the people.”

“Anytime you are in a war zone, it’s a difficult situation and obviously when it comes to the United Nations we are neutral,” he said. But when it comes to making sure that food aid gets to the people who need it, “we can’t be neutral. We need to speak out in strongest voice, condemn it in every way.”

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STRUGGLE IN TAIZ

Even before al-Hakimi took over as manager of Taiz’s relief committee, officials and activists complained about intrigues and outrages relating to donated food.

In September 2017, the relief committee sent a warning to the King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Center, a charity run by the Saudi government and one of the key donors in Yemen. The letter said many of the 871,000 food baskets that the King Salman Center claims it has provided to Taiz and surrounding areas had been “lost and unaccounted for.” It said local groups that were supposed distribute the food were refusing to answer questions from the committee, apparently because they wanted to make sure “the truth never comes out” about where the food goes.

In the spring of 2018, the government in Taiz turned to al-Hakimi, who holds a doctorate in strategic development planning and has years of experience in training aid workers. Three relief workers in Taiz told the AP that al-Hakimi is known for being a principled person who won’t go along with corrupt deals.

He took the job after providing the committee a list of 14 conditions aimed at addressing the flaws in the aid distribution system, including a requirement that the committee approve and coordinate all aid deliveries in Taiz.

One problem al-Hakimi and other relief workers faced was the Houthis’ partial blockade of the city. The Houthis — who had taken over Taiz in the spring of 2015 but were pushed out by coalition forces in late 2016 — still control a key highway leading into the city. This slows the transport of aid into the city and limits how much can get in.

Despite the challenges, he won some victories after he started his new job. In one instance, he reached out to a military commander and secured the return of 110 sacks of flour that had been snatched from trucks in the highlands north of the city.

But in most cases, once the aid was gone, it was gone for good.

In early June, al-Hakimi and a local official demanded, to no avail, that an army unit known as Brigade 17 return 705 food baskets that had been lifted from a warehouse — as well as the “personal weapon” of the guard who had been trying to protect the goods.

“I talked to everyone but there was no action,” al-Hakimi said. “The commander acted as if he wasn’t in charge.”

Brig. Gen. Abdel-Rahman al-Shamsani, the commander of Brigade 17, denies that his unit took the food baskets. He told the AP that recipients who had grown tired of waiting had “raided” the warehouse and taken food that was intended for them anyway.

As problems piled up, al-Hakimi aimed a flurry of complaints at bureaucrats and military officers. In a letter to a top army commander and an internal security chief, he wrote: “This is about your negligence in failing to take the necessary measures to bring back looted World Food Program aid.”

If they did not quickly arrest the culprits and bring back the stolen items within 24 hours, he said, he would hold them “fully responsible for depriving Taiz of aid” and for “any humanitarian disaster in Taiz” that followed.

There was no response, al-Hakimi said.

By September he’d had enough.

“It’s very important to do this work — but also important to have the power and authority to do it,” al-Hakimi told the AP.

He tried to resign, but a top city leader talked him out of it, promising that officials would address the problems.

Nothing changed, al-Hakimi said. So in October he quit for good.

Two months later, an analysis from the U.N. and its aid partners estimated that 57 percent of Taiz’s residents face emergency- or crisis-level food insecurity. The group’s year-end breakdown says as many as 10,500 people in and around Taiz are living and dying in areas overtaken by full-blown famine.

Best new hotels to check out in 2019

(CNN) — Whether it’s for business or pleasure, travelers these days are savvier than ever about their hotel choices. They demand ultraluxe amenities, show-stopping design, Instagrammable views and unparalleled comfort. Circulation-boosting pillows, anyone?

And that’s just for starters.

Luckily, the newest batch of hotels and resorts have stepped up to the travel challenge.
From castaway-chic bungalows in the Caribbean and the Maldives to sleek hideaways in the hearts of Paris and Barcelona, we’ve handpicked 15 incredible new hotels where you’ll love your stay in 2019.

W Brisbane, Australia

W Brisbane overlooks the city's river.

W Brisbane overlooks the city’s river.

Courtesy W Brisbane

Opened in June 2018, the W Brisbane wows from the outset with its undulating, wave-like exterior and sweeping skyline and river views.

Inside, you’ll find eclectic bars, a luxury saltwater pool and 312 guest rooms that boast thoughtful Australian-inspired design, such as carpets that reflect the shifting river tide patterns and bathrooms outfitted with outback-style metal tubs.

The property marks W Hotels’ long-anticipated return to Australia (the first W opened in Sydney a decade ago, only to be rebranded shortly after opening), with hotels in Melbourne and Sydney slated to open in 2020.

W Brisbane; 81 N Quay, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia 4000; +61 7 3556 8888

Rosewood Baha Mar, Bahamas

Rosewood Baha Mar has private beach access as well as luxurious lagoon-style pools.

Rosewood Baha Mar has private beach access as well as luxurious lagoon-style pools.

Courtesy Rosewood Baha Mar

Though it’s just 15 minutes’ drive from the airport in the Baha Mar resort complex, the Bahamas’ newest resort feels like its own private island hideaway.

Set upon a serene stretch of Cable Beach, the Rosewood’s lush, jungle-like grounds are peppered with lagoon-style pools, hot tubs and quiet relaxation nooks hidden behind leafy banana palms.

Guest rooms and villas boast a relaxed beach house vibe, while common areas dazzle with polished marble, coffered ceilings and hand-painted murals.

The Middle House, Shanghai

The Middle House blends moody minimalism with classic Shanghainese design.

The Middle House blends moody minimalism with classic Shanghainese design.

Courtesy The Middle House

Hong Kong-based Swire Hotels is fast becoming known for its hip, luxurious, design-focused boutique hotels such as celebrity favorite The Upper House, and its newest property is no exception.

Opened in Shanghai in April 2018, The Middle House blends moody minimalism with classic Shanghainese design and bold statement pieces, such as the tiered, 3,760-piece glass chandelier hanging in the otherwise bare lobby.

Its 213 rooms are similarly striking, with charcoal-colored bamboo floors and a clean modern design that allows the showstopping skyline views to take center stage.

The Middle House; 366 Shi Men Yi Road, Jing’an District, Shanghai 200041; +86 21 3216 8199

Belmond Cadogan Hotel, London

Playwright Oscar Wilde once set up home in the Belmond Cadogan Hotel.

Playwright Oscar Wilde once set up home in the Belmond Cadogan Hotel.

Courtesy Belmond Cadogan Hotel

The storied Cadogan Hotel — the former pied-à-terre of Oscar Wilde, who resided in Room 108 — will reopen in February 2019 as the Belmond Cadogan after a four-year, $48-million renovation.

First opened in 1887, the historic hotel retains elements of its original Queen Anne design, such as its wood-paneled walls, stained-glass windows, mosaic floors and wood-burning fireplaces.

However, rooms have been updated with contemporary art and furniture. And the hotel at large will see the addition of a private garden, tea lounge and fine dining restaurant helmed by award-winning chef Adam Handling.

Hôtel des Grands Boulevards, Paris

An intimate hideaway in Paris: Hôtel des Grands Boulevards.

An intimate hideaway in Paris: Hôtel des Grands Boulevards.

Courtesy Hôtel des Grands Boulevards,

Opened in January 2018, this 50-room boutique hotel is as chic as it gets with its cheeky mix of Marie Antoinette glamour (think silk-draped four-poster beds and jewel-toned velvet settees) and Brooklyn hipster minimalism (whitewashed walls, handmade driftwood stools and tables).

Though it sits in the buzzy 2nd arrondissement, close to all the major sights, its discreet location in an alley off the main drag makes it feel like an intimate hideaway.

But its main draw? Its price. You can book rooms for as low as $160 per night for the spring and summer — practically unheard of for a hotel of this luxury and caliber in the heart of Paris.

The Barcelona EDITION, Spain

Swooping modern staircases and airy, high-ceilinged spaces define the style of the Barcelona EDITION.

Swooping modern staircases and airy, high-ceilinged spaces define the style of the Barcelona EDITION.

Courtesy The Barcelona EDITION

Visionary hotelier Ian Schrager’s EDITION brand is fast becoming an empire, with three new properties in 2018 and two slated to open in 2019. Of the lot, the 100-room Barcelona EDITION, opened in September 2018, is the standout.

For starters, the hotel is a knockout, with swooping modern staircases and airy, high-ceilinged spaces, accented with eclectic art and pops of bright color.

And then, of course, there are the endless diversions: the scenic rooftop pool, the speakeasy-inspired Punch Room bar, and its sultry basement supper club, Cabaret, which is a destination unto itself with its gastronomic tasting menu and live entertainment.

Fairmont Maldives, Sirru Fen Fushi, Maldives

Fairmont Maldives has overwater villas.

Fairmont Maldives has overwater villas.

Courtesy Fairmont Maldives

Though the Fairmont is known best for its city hotels such as The Plaza and The Savoy, its first foray into the Maldives is impressive, to say the least.

The resort offers three kinds of accommodations: overwater villas perched on the ocean, beach villas with plunge pools and direct beach access, and the Maldives’ only tented jungle villas, set amidst dense tropical foliage.

Hotel highlights include an Ayurvedic spa, three restaurants and the resort’s pièce de résistance: an underwater art gallery, which guests can reach by snorkeling through an undersea pathway.

COMO Uma Canggu, Bali

Many of the COMO Uma Canggu's rooms open up to the resort's lagoon.

Many of the COMO Uma Canggu’s rooms open up to the resort’s lagoon.

Courtesy COMO Uma Canggu

Opened in February 2018, the COMO is the first five-star resort to open in the bohemian coastal village of Canggu.

The upscale resort features 119 sleek guest rooms, many of which open up to the resort’s curvy, 350-foot lagoon — though what you’re here for are the 12 penthouse suites with their swooping oceanic architecture and rooftop infinity pools.

Like all COMO resorts, the crowning jewel is the legendary COMO Shambhala spa, which offers eight luxurious treatment rooms and a dizzying array of holistic Balinese therapies.

COMO Uma Canggu; Jalan Pantai Batu Mejan, Echo Beach, Canggu, Bali 80361; +62 361 6202228

Lekkerwater Beach Lodge, South Africa

There are just seven rooms at the Lekkewater Beach Lodge.

There are just seven rooms at the Lekkewater Beach Lodge.

Courtesy Lekkewater Beach Lodge

Known for eco-friendly luxury camps across Namibia and Botswana, conservation-focused safari company Natural Selection will open its first South African property in April 2019 — and it’s one to watch.

Lekkerwater, which means “good water” in Afrikaans, will have just seven rooms, perched dramatically atop bluffs overlooking an unspoiled stretch of ocean, three hours’ drive from Cape Town.

Rooms are earthy and cozy and outfitted with wood-burning stoves — not that you’ll spend much indoors. The camp sits within the game-filled De Hoop Nature Reserve and overlooks a marine-protected area where 1,116 whales were spotted in 2018.

Nobu Ryokan Malibu, California

Mere steps from the Pacific Ocean: Nobu Ryokan Malibu.

Mere steps from the Pacific Ocean: Nobu Ryokan Malibu.

Courtesy Nobu Ryokan Malibu

With just 16 rooms, the Nobu Ryokan is one of the most exclusive new hotels in the world, which isn’t surprising, considering the property is the brainchild of celebrity chef Nobu Matsuhisa and Robert De Niro.

Modeled after a traditional Japanese ryokan, or inn, the rooms are almost monastically minimalist with their ipe wood floors and simple teak furnishings, yet are undeniably luxurious, perched literally on the sands of Malibu’s “Billionaire’s Beach.”

As if the luxury and privacy weren’t enough of a draw, beginning summer 2019, guests will also be able to swim in an ocean-facing pool mere steps from the Pacific Ocean.

Jumeirah Al Wathba Desert Resort & Spa, Abu Dhabi

The Jumeirah Al Wathba's lavish villas have private plunge pools that open directly out onto the desert.

The Jumeirah Al Wathba’s lavish villas have private plunge pools that open directly out onto the desert.

Courtesy Jumeirah Al Wathba Desert Resort & Spa

Opening in January 2019, Jumeirah’s newest property, nestled deep in the desert, is one of its most luxurious yet.

Modeled after an oasis, Jumeirah al Wathba is built around a 1,000-square-foot pool and filled with lush gardens and exquisite fountains, inspired by an oasis’ natural falaj, or water system.

Hotel highlights include 13 lavish villas with private plunge pools that open directly out onto the desert and a sumptuous Talise spa with two hammams, cryotherapy chambers and deep-soak hot tubs perfect for chilly desert evenings.

InterContinental Phu Quoc Long Beach Resort, Vietnam

Bamboo treatment suites seem to float atop a private lagoon at the InterContinental Phu Quoc Long Beach Resort.

Bamboo treatment suites seem to float atop a private lagoon at the InterContinental Phu Quoc Long Beach Resort.

Courtesy InterContinental Phu Quoc Long Beach Resort

The InterContinental’s newest resort, opened in June 2018, is worth a visit for its stunning location alone: it sits on a pristine white sand beach on the lush island of Phu Quoc, a UNESCO-listed World Biosphere Reserve.

The resort itself — though not as extravagant as its infamous Bill Bensley-designed sister property in Da Nang — is sleek and incredibly luxurious, with oversized rooms and lots of breezy outdoor spaces that take advantage of the property’s perfect beachfront location.

The resort’s biggest highlight, however, is its spa. Designed by award-winning Vietnamese architect Vo Trong Nghia, its open-air bamboo treatment suites appear to float peacefully atop a shimmering private lagoon.

Four Seasons Resort and Residences Napa Valley, California

The Four Seasons Resort and Residences Napa Valley will have an on-site winery.

The Four Seasons Resort and Residences Napa Valley will have an on-site winery.

Courtesy Four Seasons Resort and Residences Napa Valley

Though the Four Seasons will open six new hotels across the globe in 2019, the hotel group’s foray into California wine country is the one to watch.

Slated to open in summer 2019, the farmhouse-inspired resort will feature 85 plush guest rooms and 20 residences — two- to four-bedroom properties ideal for longer-term stays — scattered amidst a six-acre vineyard.

Not surprisingly, the resort will have its own on-site winery, helmed by award-winning winemaker Thomas Rivers Brown, where guests will be able to taste and even blend their own wines.

The Murray, a Niccolo Hotel, Hong Kong

Hong Kong's The Murray -- a $1 billion budget.

Hong Kong’s The Murray — a $1 billion budget.

Courtesy The Murray, a Niccolo Hotel

No effort or expense was spared by Hong Kong-based Wharf Hotels in turning the city’s iconic Murray Building, built in 1969, into the flagship hotel of its luxury Niccolo brand.

A whopping US$1 billion was spent on creating The Murray and it shows. Everything from its energy-efficient recessed windows to its 336 guest rooms — the largest in the city — feels thoughtful and luxurious.

Beds, for example, are dressed in 1,000-thread-count linens and there’s even a pillow menu with 16 kinds of pillows, including one with circulation-boosting magnets.

Even if you’re not staying the night, the hotel offers many reasons to stop by, from the intimate art-filled lobby bar to the chic rooftop restaurant with its Instagrammable skyline views.

Namiri Plains, Tanzania

Namiri Plains: Floor-to-ceiling glass doors overlooking the Serengeti Plains.

Namiri Plains: Floor-to-ceiling glass doors overlooking the Serengeti Plains.

Courtesy Namiri Plains

Originally opened as a simple tented camp in 2014 — the first of its kind in the Eastern Serengeti — Namiri Plains was completely rebuilt from the ground up and is slated to debut in summer 2019.

The new camp, part of Asilia Africa’s stunning 23-property portfolio, will feature eight stylish suites with organic stone walls, wood-beamed ceilings and floor-to-ceiling glass doors overlooking the Serengeti Plains.

Each suite will also boast a wooden sundeck outfitted with a deep-soaking outdoor tub for guests to enjoy, but be warned: This is big-cat territory, so don’t be surprised to find wild cheetah roaming casually in the distance as you bathe.

Namiri Plains; Serengeti National Park, Tanzania; +255 736 500 515

Fresno Bee’s most-read stories of 2018: Nunes, Jarrar, food, crime, fire and sex robots

The Fresno Bee’s most-read stories this year cover a wide array of subjects and involve lots of drama.

Among the top stories, based on online pageviews: Two are related to Congressman Devin Nunes, two deal with controversial comments made by a Fresno State professor, and another two are about the fast food industry.

The remaining four stories: a police captain killed, a missing girl, a wildfire, and sex robots.

Here is a list of those stories, ending with The Bee’s No. 1 most read story of 2018.

10. Fresno jury says Chipotle owes former manager $7.97 million for wrongful termination

Those millions were paid to Jeanette Ortiz, who formerly worked at a Chipotle Mexican Grill near Fresno State. A jury ruled in May that Ortiz was “a victim of a scheme to fire and defame her for filing a worker’s compensation claim for a job-related injury to her wrist caused by carpal tunnel syndrome,” reporter Pablo Lopez wrote.

9. Is In-N-Out Burger adding a new cheeseburger to its menu on April 1?

The answer: No.

In-N-Out Burger said a popular Facebook post from a fan, claiming the fast-food chain would release a “Cali Style” cheeseburger, was incorrect. Reporter Chueyee Yang wrote March 31 that the “April Fools’ Day joke came two days early.”

8. Former police captain shot and killed by officer in northeast Fresno

Fresno police officers responding to a call about a possible suicidal man with a history of mental health issues were shocked to open the door of a Fresno home last month and see one of their own: Marty West, a former Fresno police captain who retired as Oakdale’s chief of police.

Reporters Lewis Griswold and Jim Guy reported officers opened the door to find a pool of blood and a man with a 12-inch blade coming at them. Fresno Police Chief Jerry Dyer said a Taser dart was fired, but it did not stop West’s advance. Two gunshots were then fired, killing West.

7. Fresno girl declared missing is located and now safe at home

The first draft of this story – before Tanya Sidhu, 14, was found safe – was a terrifying missing person report. Fresno police said surveillance footage outside a Fresno FoodMaxx showed an unknown black SUV driving away with Tanya on Aug. 1 as her mother shopped, reporter Carmen George wrote.

6. Professor’s tweet about Barbara Bush was ‘beyond free speech,’ Fresno State president says

This story by reporter Aleksandra Appleton explored what could happen to Fresno State professor Randa Jarrar after Jarrar called Barbara Bush an “amazing racist” shortly after the first lady’s death. The controversial comments, written on Twitter, were met with a firestorm of criticism and were condemned by Fresno State President Joseph Castro.

5. Yosemite Valley will close due to fire. ‘Get yourself out of here,’ official says

The story announced the closure of Yosemite Valley in late July as the Ferguson Fire approached. Yosemite Valley was unscathed. It was written by reporter William Ramirez of the Sierra Star, which is owned by The Bee, and reporter Cresencio Rodriguez-Delgado.

The Ferguson Fire burned nearly 97,000 acres in Sierra and Stanislaus national forests, and in Yosemite National Park, and killed two firefighters, Braden Varney and Brian Hughes.

4. Congress moves to ban child sex robots favored by pedophiles

Reporter Tim Johnson of McClatchy, The Bee’s parent company, reported that the U.S. House in June approved a ban “on the importation and trafficking of anatomically correct child sex dolls and robots that ‘normalize sex between adults and minors.’ ” The CREEPER Act was referred to a Senate committee earlier this year.

“These dolls can be programmed to simulate rape. The very thought makes me nauseous,” said House Judiciary Committee Chairman Bob Goodlatte, a Virginia Republican.

3. A yacht, cocaine, prostitutes: Winery partly owned by Nunes sued after fundraiser event

The story details a lawsuit by Alene Anase against her employer, Alpha Omega Winery, which is partly owned by Rep. Devin Nunes. Anase’s lawsuit states that what she expected to be a routine shift serving wine aboard a charity cruise turned into a nightmare.

“The guests aboard the yacht that night — described in her 2016 lawsuit as 25 of the Napa Valley-based winery’s top investors, all men — were openly using what appeared to be cocaine and ‘drawing straws’ for which sex worker to hire, according to the lawsuit,” reporter Mackenzie Mays wrote.

A director of communications for the winery said no one aboard the yacht that night had any connection to the winery or its owners, and “none of the investors has ever been involved with the management of the company.” The winery settled with Anase in 2016 for an undisclosed amount in Napa County Superior Court.

Nunes’ office did not return requests for comment. The campaign to re-elect Nunes later focused on the story in advertisements attacking The Bee.

2. Nunes buried evidence on Russian meddling to protect Trump. I know because I’m on the committee

The opinion column attacking Rep. Devin Nunes’ handling of the investigation into Russia’s 2016 election interference was written by Rep. Eric Swalwell, a Democrat representing California’s 15th district. Swalwell wrote in October as a member of the U.S. House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence and the ranking member of the subcommittee on the CIA.

“No one really expected President Donald Trump, who benefited from Russia’s 2016 election interference, to counter that hostile regime’s active measures: Russia wanted him to win, and when they hacked, he invited them to hack more,” Swalwell wrote.

“But America should have been able to rely on a united Congress to ensure that our next elections aren’t just as vulnerable if not moreso. Instead, due to House Intelligence Committee Chairman Devin Nunes’ persistent and pernicious obstruction, America has been spectacularly let down.”

1. Fresno State professor stirs outrage, calls Barbara Bush an ‘amazing racist’

The Bee’s most read story of 2018 was about controversial comments made by Randa Jarrar, a professor in Fresno State’s Department of English. Jarrar took to Twitter within an hour of first lady Barbara Bush’s death in April to write: “Barbara Bush was a generous and smart and amazing racist who, along with her husband, raised a war criminal. F— outta here with your nice words.”

In her tweets, which were met with a firestorm of criticism, Jarrar said she was a tenured professor who makes $100,000 a year and “will never be fired,” reporter Bryant-Jon Anteola wrote. Jarrar also tweeted a phone number claiming it was her own, but the number actually led to a suicide hotline at Arizona State University.

Later that month, Castro announced Jarrar would not be fired for her comments.

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Crystal Ball: What will happen next year?

Crystal Ball: What will happen next year?

Each December, we ask a group of CNN contributors and commentators for their predictions on some of the big events in the coming year. Some picks are expected, some surprising, and sometimes even our fearless prognosticators admit they have no idea what to pick! See whose prior predictions have come true.

SE Cupp

SE Cupp CNN commentator

I’ve seen close to no movies (I have a 3-year-old!), but I did get to see “First Man,” and it would certainly get my vote.

Jill Filipovic

Jill Filipovic CNN opinion contributor

I’m going to bet on “A Star is Born,” even though “BlacKkKlansman” probably deserves it more.

James Gagliano

James Gagliano CNN law enforcement analyst

It continues to rankle me that the stodgy, tradition-oriented Academy still relegates documentary films to their own separate category. But let’s hope there’s a break with tradition this year, and the wonderful documentary on Fred Rogers — “Won’t You Be My Neighbor” — wins.

Frida Ghitis

Frida Ghitis CNN opinion contributor

Crowd-pleasing films such as “Black Panther” or “A Star is Born” could emerge victorious, even if they were not the best movies of the year. But the deserving winner will be “Roma,” a gripping black-and-white reminiscence about a turbulent time in Mexico and the life of a domestic worker.

Joey Jackson

Joey Jackson CNN legal analyst

My vote is for “A Star is Born” — great chemistry between the two stars. And it was full of surprises — Bradley Cooper, an actor who I thought could act, but not sing, turned out to be able to do both. And Lady Gaga, who I thought could sing, but not act, surprised me with her theatrical chops.

Scott Jennings

Scott Jennings CNN contributor

Final three for me are “BlacKkKlansman,” “A Star is Born” and “Black Panther.” While I think “A Star is Born” will win, I’m rooting for Spike Lee’s “BlacKkKlansman.”

Roxanne Jones

Roxanne Jones CNN opinion contributor

So many great movies this year — from Spike Lee’s “BlacKkKlansman,” Barry Jenkins’ adaption of the James Baldwin novel, “If Beale Street Could Talk,” and Marvel’s “Black Panther.” I’m going with “Beale Street” for the Oscar win. Confession: I never saw “A Star is Born” — you can’t top Barbra Streisand and Kris Kristofferson in the 1976 version.

Peniel Joseph

Peniel Joseph CNN opinion contributor

Black Panther.” Hollywood makes a statement embracing a film that represented both a cultural movement and historical moment — one that illustrated the power of film to achieve the universal through the story of black and African diasporic identities.

Dean Obeidallah

Dean Obeidallah CNN opinion contributor

“Black Panther” or “BlacKkKlansman,” neither of which Trump would ever watch. But I think the Spike Lee-directed film “BlacKkKlansman” takes home the statue.

Jen Psaki

Jen Psaki CNN political commentator

A Star is Born.”

Raul Reyes

Raul Reyes CNN opinion contributor

Best picture will likely go to “A Star Is Born.” It has everything Academy voters love: a Hollywood storyline, A-list stars, a cinematic legacy and strong box-office performance.

Timothy Stanley

Timothy Stanley Historian

In a sane world, Best Picture would go to “First Man,” a movie that looks big — it’s about the Apollo moon mission — but actually deals with something small and human, one man’s alienation from the world around him. It’s as close to poetry as Hollywood gets.

Alice Stewart

Alice Stewart CNN political commentator

My money is on “Black Panther” because it was a high-action blockbuster, and it delivers an important political message: With great power comes great responsibility. In addition, the movie breaks Hollywood barriers that should have been broken many years ago.

Holly Thomas

Holly Thomas CNN opinion contributor

Lady Gaga can regurgitate anecdotes until the cows come home, and I’d still be delighted if “A Star Is Born” won. But I suspect “Widows” will sneak round the back and win it.

Jeff Yang

Jeff Yang CNN opinion contributor

My heart yearns for Wakanda (“Black Panther”), but the Academy is likely going to go Lady Gaga (“A Star is Born”).

SE Cupp

SE Cupp CNN commentator

Of the 300 people who will run, I imagine Beto O’Rourke will have the best chance of navigating the primary and cutting through with voters. On the other side, I can’t envision a convincing challenger to Trump will emerge (though one can dream).

Jill Filipovic

Jill Filipovic CNN opinion contributor

I predict Bernie Sanders will lead the polls at the end of 2019, based primarily on name recognition. He will not be the nominee in 2020. And I feel fairly confident in predicting that Trump will be his party’s nominee.

James Gagliano

James Gagliano CNN law enforcement analyst

My early money leans toward Beto O’Rourke (who recently met with President Obama to discuss a 2020 run) as a 2019 frontrunner. And I don’t foresee any emergent Republican candidate that could contend with an unleashed, nothing-to-lose Donald Trump in the Republican primary.

Frida Ghitis

Frida Ghitis CNN opinion contributor

With hordes of lawmakers, governors and businesspeople pondering a run, and Democrats energized for victory, the polls will confound the experts and baffle campaign managers. Familiar names — Joe Biden and Bernie Sanders — will lead early, driven largely by name recognition. Late in the year, the horserace will favor Senator Amy Klobuchar, who will lead the pack. On the GOP side, Trump will lead, but he will face a serious challenger.

Joey Jackson

Joey Jackson CNN legal analyst

I think Beto O’Rourke will lead the Democratic contenders — he is inspiring, a visionary and also a man of the people. Meanwhile, Trump, the disruptive and divisive President, will lead the Republicans.

Scott Jennings

Scott Jennings CNN contributor

Beto O’Rourke will lead the Democratic pack, and Donald Trump will still lead the Republicans.

Roxanne Jones

Roxanne Jones CNN opinion contributor

Republican voters will turn on Donald Trump and look to Vice President Mike Pence to run for president. Democrats, angry and eager to take back the Oval, won’t stray too far left from traditional names or politics. Joe Biden will be the guy most Democrats trust to lead and heal the nation — but his only hope of winning in 2020 is to have a progressive woman, like Kamala Harris, as his running mate.

Peniel Joseph

Peniel Joseph CNN opinion contributor

Beto O’Rourke will lead the Democrats, since he is the first Democratic candidate since Barack Obama to inspire a belief in civic ideals, social justice and the grand notion that America belongs to all of us. And Donald Trump will lead the Republicans, as he continues to play to his base of nationalists and populists.

Jen Psaki

Jen Psaki CNN political commentator

Beto O’Rourke will be ahead for the Democrats, and Donald Trump, assuming he is still in office (which isn’t a sure thing), will be ahead for Republicans.

Raul Reyes

Raul Reyes CNN opinion contributor

The Democrat’s frontrunner will be Joe Biden, while the Republican frontrunner will be Donald Trump. But this will be more about name recognition and familiarity than anything else; once the 2020 race is really underway, all bets are off.

Timothy Stanley

Timothy Stanley Historian

Trump is obviously a shoe-in for the Republican nomination, but the Democratic field remains such a mess that I wouldn’t be surprised if the polls are dominated by a celebrity (Oprah), someone who won’t run (Joe Biden) or the eternal candidacy of Hillary Clinton. Biden, however, will be the most popular because he’s the most realistic populist liberal.

Alice Stewart

Alice Stewart CNN political commentator

I will be keeping my eyes on Texas Democrat Beto O’Rourke, who represents the young face that the Democrats want with the strong fundraising ability that they need. He ran a solid race for Senate in 2018, but his policies were too blue for Texas. President Trump has maintained high approval among his base, and I expect him to lead the GOP polls at the end of the year.

Holly Thomas

Holly Thomas CNN opinion contributor

In the UK, there is a popular Twitter phenomenon known as “the banter timeline.“ This is the notion that of all the possible courses our future might have taken, the one we are living is so patently ridiculous that the gods must have designed it purely for ”the banter.“ The banter timeline would dictate that the Democrat candidate leading by the end of 2019 would be Hillary Clinton. (Though she wouldn’t necessarily have the best odds of winning.) I suspect the Republicans will prefer to stick with the devil they know — and choose Trump.

Jeff Yang

Jeff Yang CNN opinion contributor

The knives are already out on social media between the various factions of the Democratic Party, and history has shown us that undermining the future candidate (and the process that selects him or her) produces the worst of all possible outcomes. If pressed, I’ll say Kamala Harris/Beto O’Rourke looks like our best bet for victory, but it’ll depend on who President Pelosi decides to endorse. Either way, GOP frontrunner Mitt Romney will find a way to lose.

SE Cupp

SE Cupp CNN commentator

It’s the law, so I think it will happen regardless of a deal.

Jill Filipovic

Jill Filipovic CNN opinion contributor

No, they won’t leave this year — they’ll either delay and/or re-vote. 

James Gagliano

James Gagliano CNN law enforcement analyst

As I understand it, the “divorce” is now compulsory, with the exit date scheduled for March 29. To delay this — or nullify it — would require change to British law, along with an agreement from the rest of the EU. So, absent a change in law, I foresee the departure occurring with an agreed-upon final deal to be reached at a later date.

Frida Ghitis

Frida Ghitis CNN opinion contributor

Prime Minister Theresa May’s efforts to implement a decision she opposes — pulling the UK out of the European Union — will fail. Her plan will be rejected and the option of leaving without a deal will seem so scary that Britain will hold a second referendum. After having voted so casually the first time around, frantically checking the implications after voting, Britons will vote to remain and Brexit will be over. 

Joey Jackson

Joey Jackson CNN legal analyst

The UK will leave, with a deal: That’s what the masses want. And nobody does anything without a deal.

Scott Jennings

Scott Jennings CNN contributor

Yes, the UK will leave the EU and there will eventually be a deal struck — messy as it seems now.

Roxanne Jones

Roxanne Jones CNN opinion contributor

British Prime Minister Theresa May came to office after the Brexit vote and has been struggling ever since to get a deal that satisfies all parties. As European leaders stand firm on their terms for Brexit, it seems certain Great Britain will leave the EU in 2019 without a deal.

Peniel Joseph

Peniel Joseph CNN opinion contributor

The UK will stay in the EU. Prime Minister Theresa May averts political disaster by allowing the nation to gracefully come to its senses regarding their place in the world.

Dean Obeidallah

Dean Obeidallah CNN opinion contributor

No deal. The government will collapse, and new elections will delay it all.

Jen Psaki

Jen Psaki CNN political commentator

The UK won’t leave without a deal because it will send the country and markets into chaos. But the deadline for a deal is fast approaching in March and one option would be for another referendum vote. Given the trends and demographics in the UK, a vote to stay in the EU is not out of the question.

Raul Reyes

Raul Reyes CNN opinion contributor

Yes, the UK will be leaving the EU on March 29, 2019, because it is the law, deal or no deal. With that deadline looming and little progress made so far on major issues like trade and customs, it seems likely — and unfortunate — that Britain will exit without a deal in place.

Timothy Stanley

Timothy Stanley Historian

Right now, it looks like Britain either won’t leave the EU in 2019, or it will leave without a deal. Most likely, though, it will leave without a deal.

Alice Stewart

Alice Stewart CNN political commentator

The fact that British Prime Minister Theresa May won a vote of confidence by Conservative Party lawmakers indicates Brexit will happen. May has made it clear she is focused on delivering an orderly exit from the EU, and I expect that to happen.

Holly Thomas

Holly Thomas CNN opinion contributor

Answers to this change roughly every 12 hours, but I reckon, despite the daily option tombola, we’ll leave the EU with the agreed deal in 2019.

Jeff Yang

Jeff Yang CNN opinion contributor

I predict the UK will leave the EU without a deal, followed by Northern Ireland, Scotland and the City of London leaving the UK.

SE Cupp

SE Cupp CNN commentator

Commercial space exploration happening next year — both SpaceX and Boeing are looking to send NASA astronauts. I’m also available, guys!

Jill Filipovic

Jill Filipovic CNN opinion contributor

Fingers crossed it’s Jeff Bezos launching himself into space.

James Gagliano

James Gagliano CNN law enforcement analyst

2019 could be the year of the US Space Force, as Pentagon and Trump administration officials remain deeply engaged in discussions on the topic. If the Russians have had one on-and-off since the early 1990s, why can’t we?

Frida Ghitis

Frida Ghitis CNN opinion contributor

Entrepreneurs Richard Branson and Jeff Bezos, racing to privatize space travel, will send their first tourists into orbit. That will become the top space story of the year. But for those of us who remain earthbound, nothing will beat the thrill of watching the International Space Station streaking gently across the sky. You can do what I do, sign up with NASA for alerts when the ISS flies over your house.

Joey Jackson

Joey Jackson CNN legal analyst

SpaceX and/or Boeing will launch NASA astronauts inside commercial space ships. Thereafter, it’ll become accessible to the masses (who have enough money to pay for seats).

Scott Jennings

Scott Jennings CNN contributor

Non-astronauts will fly into space — albeit briefly — on a commercially purchased ticket.

Roxanne Jones

Roxanne Jones CNN opinion contributor

A human-led expedition to Mars, comprised of volunteer American citizens, scientists and others from across the globe – and funded by Elon Musk’s SpaceX project. Add my name to the list. This #Trekkie is ready to “seek out new life and new civilizations.”

Peniel Joseph

Peniel Joseph CNN opinion contributor

In 2019, we will send an unmanned space probe to Mars — bringing us one step closer to successfully landing astronauts on the red planet.

Dean Obeidallah

Dean Obeidallah CNN opinion contributor

We send NASA astronauts into Trump’s brain to figure out what is going on with him. There is clearly a great deal of space there to explore. Or, perhaps more realistically, commercial flights successfully head into space.

Jen Psaki

Jen Psaki CNN political commentator

We will learn a lot more about the climate on Mars, thanks to NASA.

Raul Reyes

Raul Reyes CNN opinion contributor

Space tourism — the race between rich guys Jeff Bezos and Elon Musk to send paying passengers into outer space.

Timothy Stanley

Timothy Stanley Historian

We’re still dreaming of going to Mars, but my hope for 2019 is that someone finally explores us: an alien who took the wrong turn around Venus. I’d like to hand them the keys to the planet and let them run it for a while, and if they occasionally eat us, it’ll still be an improvement on the current management.

Alice Stewart

Alice Stewart CNN political commentator

The most important space story for 2019 concerns progress being made to prioritize the national security issues related to space, in an effort to stay competitive with China and Russia. The establishment of the New Space Command is a step closer to President Trump’s desired Space Force, which would ensure the safety of US spacecraft and astronauts in space. I support the idea of the Space Force, but believe it can be accomplished in the current structure of the US military.

Holly Thomas

Holly Thomas CNN opinion contributor

Chinese aircraft Chang’e-4 is due to land on the dark side of the moon. I think it’s extraordinary that, despite the fact we’ve gone so much farther afield already, this will be the first time humans have explored the unseen side of our satellite.

Jeff Yang

Jeff Yang CNN opinion contributor

Elon Musk’s orbital Tesla is going to make a first encounter with intelligent alien life.

Jill Filipovic

Jill Filipovic CNN opinion contributor

It will be down 0.3%, a number I have selected for absolutely no reason.

James Gagliano

James Gagliano CNN law enforcement analyst

Though my enthusiasm for tracking the market summary waned following the evaporation of the vast majority of my 401(k) on that darkest of days of 2008, I am going to predict we’ll be somewhere around where we are right now, in the 24,000 range.

Frida Ghitis

Frida Ghitis CNN opinion contributor

The stock market euphoria that greeted Donald Trump’s election, like many other illusions, is now over. The Dow was already rising nicely in 2016 and the optimism continued in 2017. The party has ended. In 2019, the market will fall in the first part of the year and start recovering in the latter part. Final Dow: 22,500.

Joey Jackson

Joey Jackson CNN legal analyst

25,783 — market remains strong, with ebbs and flows

Scott Jennings

Scott Jennings CNN contributor

Take your Dramamine® and delete your favorite stock ticker from your phone. A flat year is a win at 23,900.

Roxanne Jones

Roxanne Jones CNN opinion contributor

Expect more dizzying ups and downs in early 2019, as the results of Trump’s trade wars, attacks on tech companies, and other policies unsettle investors. Then, the Dow will slow down considerably and level off around 26,000, as investors pull back and America braces for the 2020 presidential election.

Peniel Joseph

Peniel Joseph CNN opinion contributor

22,000. The President’s resumption of trade wars with China and other parts of the world keeps skittish investors on their toes.

Dean Obeidallah

Dean Obeidallah CNN opinion contributor

26,342, so slightly better than it is today.

Jen Psaki

Jen Psaki CNN political commentator

With rising uncertainty in the global marketplace over China and a slowdown in growth, the Dow will go down next year to 23,000.

Raul Reyes

Raul Reyes CNN opinion contributor

Dow Jones will end around 21,000 in 2019, due to domestic political instability and growing economic uncertainty over Trump’s trade policies.

Alice Stewart

Alice Stewart CNN political commentator

When it comes to the Dow and polling, I follow trends and not daily snapshots. We are ending 2018 close to where we started in January, around 24,800, so I will say we will end 2019 in that rage, around 24,600.

Holly Thomas

Holly Thomas CNN opinion contributor

Much like the cult hero of “Legally Blonde,” Elle Woods, I suspect the DJ will “bend and snap.” That is to say: the hugely volatile political landscape internationally in 2019 and new trade arrangements will see everything vulnerable for a while, but it will settle roughly back where it started by Christmas — hovering around 24,000.

Jeff Yang

Jeff Yang CNN opinion contributor

It’ll depend on whether stock prices are being calculated in rubles or in renminbi, I guess. For now, closer to 15,000.

SE Cupp

SE Cupp CNN commentator

Cardi B’s “Invasion of Privacy.”

Jill Filipovic

Jill Filipovic CNN opinion contributor

It had damn well better be Janelle Monaé.

James Gagliano

James Gagliano CNN law enforcement analyst

“Beerbongs and Bentleys” and “Dirty Computer” are really two of the nominees? Since no music from the 1970s was nominated, I guess the Grammy for Album of the Year goes to “Black Panther” — only because I enjoyed the movie and because I don’t recognize any of the other albums nominated.

Frida Ghitis

Frida Ghitis CNN opinion contributor

The most striking feature of the Grammy awards will be the dominance of women, who will shine in most categories after last year’s embarrassment. The winner will be the unpretentiously likeable folk singer-songwriter Brandi Carlile, nominated for six Grammys. Best album: “By the Way, I Forgive You.”

Joey Jackson

Joey Jackson CNN legal analyst

Cardi B: “Invasion of Privacy.” She’s a rising star who is authentic, fresh, new and raw.

Scott Jennings

Scott Jennings CNN contributor

Unless it is on “Kids Place Live” on SiriusXM, I probably haven’t heard it. I will go with “Scorpion” by Drake.

Roxanne Jones

Roxanne Jones CNN opinion contributor

Cardi B’s “Invasion of Privacy” wins Album of the Year because I love imperfect, confident, self-made women. And as a child of the original hip-hop generation, I always want this beautiful, unapologetically black musical genre to win on the big stage.

Peniel Joseph

Peniel Joseph CNN opinion contributor

The “Black Panther” album will win. A cultural milestone that dominated 2018 reaps full rewards and recognition across multiple platforms, led by the Pulitzer Prize-winning icon Kendrick Lamar.

Dean Obeidallah

Dean Obeidallah CNN opinion contributor

I’ll go with Drake’s album.

Jen Psaki

Jen Psaki CNN political commentator

Cardi B. It is the year of the rapper with a huge number of nominations, and whether you like her or not, she is the most talked-about and fascinating musical artist this year.

Raul Reyes

Raul Reyes CNN opinion contributor

The Grammys have not always been inclusive when it comes to women and hip-hop artists. 2019 will be different when Cardi B wins best Album for “Invasion of Privacy.”

Timothy Stanley

Timothy Stanley Historian

I cannot predict the winner of the Grammys because I don’t listen to contemporary music; it all sounds like noise to me, either people shouting at each other or operating industrial machinery. I am amused, though, to see Rick Astley is recording again — that man really never gives up. I’d give the prize to him.

Alice Stewart

Alice Stewart CNN political commentator

I am not a fan of potty-mouth music, so that doesn’t help in my predictions. I would like to see Brandi Carlile’s “By the Way, I Forgive You” album win, but I believe Drake’s “Scorpion” will get the nod in 2019.

Holly Thomas

Holly Thomas CNN opinion contributor

The “Black Panther” album is wicked, but I suspect it will be either Janelle Monae’s year or Drake’s. Drake has a lot of nominations though, so perhaps Monae will take best album and he can hoover up the rest. I guess it all comes down to (sorry) God’s Plan.

Jeff Yang

Jeff Yang CNN opinion contributor

The Robert Mueller Sessions, Vol. 1-8 would be my pick, but it’ll probably be “Black Panther.” However, anyone but Post Malone is fine by me.

SE Cupp

SE Cupp CNN commentator

I always have to bet on my Mets — because by law Mets fans are required to be delusional. But in reality, the Red Sox for the series win and for the London games.

Jill Filipovic

Jill Filipovic CNN opinion contributor

Let’s say Red Sox for both, because even spending almost all of one’s adult life in New York can’t make a person root for the Yankees.

James Gagliano

James Gagliano CNN law enforcement analyst

I do this every year — vote with my heart and choose my hometown Atlanta Braves. And since I’m married to a diehard New York Yankees fan – the Yanks over the Sawx in London.

Frida Ghitis

Frida Ghitis CNN opinion contributor

The Los Angeles Dodgers will win the World Series. The Yankees will win the London series. The Brits will fiercely debate the merits of baseball and conclude with great satisfaction that, while their brush with baseball was not quite a damp squib, cricket remains superior.

Joey Jackson

Joey Jackson CNN legal analyst

Yankees & Yankees. They are overdue, and they have the talent to make great things happen.

Scott Jennings

Scott Jennings CNN contributor

St. Louis Cardinals ride Paul Goldschmidt’s 40 home runs campaign to the World Series title. Red Sox beat Yanks overseas.

Roxanne Jones

Roxanne Jones CNN opinion contributor

And the Yankees win — including in London. No way my team allows the Red Sox, Astros, Dodgers or any other team to ruin our dynasty. Loaded with cash to spend on super star free agents, the Commissioner’s Trophy returns home to New York in 2019.

Peniel Joseph

Peniel Joseph CNN opinion contributor

Yankees for both, since they have upgraded their pitching and have several important players returning to start their lineup.

Dean Obeidallah

Dean Obeidallah CNN opinion contributor

The NY Mets will turn it around and stun the world in 2019. The Yankees will sweep the London series, beating the Red Sox so badly that some Red Sox players will actually defect to the United Kingdom instead of returning home to face the embarrassment.

Jen Psaki

Jen Psaki CNN political commentator

Red Sox in the US, Red Sox in London. The only thing I like about baseball is hot dogs, so I am relying on my baseball-loving husband for his prediction.

Raul Reyes

Raul Reyes CNN opinion contributor

The Dodgers are going to win the series because I am from LA, and I believe! Go Dodger Blue! The Red Sox will win the MLB London games.

Timothy Stanley

Timothy Stanley Historian

I don’t follow baseball, but I’ve lived in Washington, DC, so my team is the Nationals. For London, I think the British would most enjoy a Red Sox win.

Alice Stewart

Alice Stewart CNN political commentator

I’m a Braves fan, but I predict the Houston Astros will win the World Series in 2019. They have a strong pitching rotation with Justin Verlander and Gerrit Cole — and that will help in the coming year. It will be exciting to watch MLB in London and see how folks across the pond respond. I would like to see a split with Yankees and Red Sox each winning a game.

Holly Thomas

Holly Thomas CNN opinion contributor

I am terrible on sport, for which I would rather blame traumatic physical education experiences than an inherent disinterest in teamwork (ahem). However, my highly scientific Twitter survey earlier today suggested that the Dodgers are a reasonable shout for the Series, and the Red Sox will win the closely-contested London games.

Jeff Yang

Jeff Yang CNN opinion contributor

I’m going to say the Yankees for both. Don’t Aaron Judge me.

SE Cupp

SE Cupp CNN commentator

I’m guessing Democratic investigations will actually help him slightly, so I’ll put him at a 48%.

Jill Filipovic

Jill Filipovic CNN opinion contributor

Forty percent because a lot of people are terrible.

James Gagliano

James Gagliano CNN law enforcement analyst

Somewhere around the intersection of “piss a third of the country off,” “make a third of the country gleeful” and “leave all of us wondering why no one spellchecks his tweets prior to posting.” Which is to say, I think his approval will be a soft 42%.

Frida Ghitis

Frida Ghitis CNN opinion contributor

In the months ahead, Americans will learn more about the dealings of the Trump campaign, the Trump presidency and the Trump family. The investigations brewing for the past two years will come to a boil and the Democratic-led House of Representatives will hold public hearings on scandal after scandal. Approval rating: 29%.

Joey Jackson

Joey Jackson CNN legal analyst

Thirty-three percent — he is just too disruptive and divisive. Additionally, he will be impeached by then.

Scott Jennings

Scott Jennings CNN contributor

I think it’ll remain close to what it is today, ending at 42%.

Roxanne Jones

Roxanne Jones CNN opinion contributor

Trump’s approval rating will hover around 35%, unless the President can deflect America’s attention from the results of Mueller’s Russia investigation. Trump will be impeached by the House, and even if the mostly-GOP Senate fails to convict, Trump will be disgraced and pressured to resign.

Peniel Joseph

Peniel Joseph CNN opinion contributor

Forty percent. The President manages to hold onto virtually 100% of his base of support, irrespective of his policies, speeches or actions.

Dean Obeidallah

Dean Obeidallah CNN opinion contributor

That assumes Trump will be President. If he is still President by then, I think it’ll hover at 35%.

Jen Psaki

Jen Psaki CNN political commentator

Under 40. How far under 40 depends first on the economy and second on Mueller, but I’d predict just below 30%.

Raul Reyes

Raul Reyes CNN opinion contributor

For the President, it is all downhill from here.  With the Mueller probe notching more guilty pleas and indictments, and the economy showing signs of weakness, his approval rate will tumble to 33%.

Timothy Stanley

Timothy Stanley Historian

Trump’s approval rating seems to have a ceiling of 45% and is heavily concentrated in rural areas. I predict it will remain just that. He deserves to poll better given the state of the economy, yet cannot make inroads because his personality and cultural politics alienate half the country. He is the embodiment of polarization.

Alice Stewart

Alice Stewart CNN political commentator

Fearing the outcome of the Mueller investigation, I expect President Trump’s approval rating at the end of 2019 will drop to around 40% — with disapproval of 55%. A strong economy will go a long way to helping the approval rating.

Holly Thomas

Holly Thomas CNN opinion contributor

I think the President’s approval rating will be 37% — similar to his lowest point so far (as a pollster average) in December last year. Pressure is mounting on all sides — from Mueller to clashes with Congress over the border wall to the continued revelations about his seemingly crooked property empire.

Jeff Yang

Jeff Yang CNN opinion contributor

I think that it is a safe bet that Donald Trump will set a record for lowest approval before next year is out (and before he is). My prediction: based on Gallup polling dating back to Harry Truman’s presidency, Trump would be the first POTUS in recent history with a sub-20% rating.

SE Cupp

SE Cupp CNN commentator

Green Bay Packers — it’s our year, I can feel it.

Jill Filipovic

Jill Filipovic CNN opinion contributor

My hometown team, the Seattle Seahawks.

James Gagliano

James Gagliano CNN law enforcement analyst

With my beloved Atlanta Falcons all but eliminated from playoff contention, how many days until pitchers and catchers report? But if I’m to be forced into this, I think it will be the Houston Texans, who beat the Chicago Bears, 35-17.

Frida Ghitis

Frida Ghitis CNN opinion contributor

The New Orleans Saints will defeat the Kansas City Chiefs. It will be a great match, but with smallish-city teams in the big game, viewership will be at record lows.

Joey Jackson

Joey Jackson CNN legal analyst

Los Angeles Rams — great young quarterback, talented running back and lots of secret weapons.

Scott Jennings

Scott Jennings CNN contributor

Los Angeles Rams.

Roxanne Jones

Roxanne Jones CNN opinion contributor

Coach Sean Payton and his New Orleans Saints will win the Super Bowl in Atlanta. I had sweet dreams of my Philadelphia Eagles repeating this season, but those dreams died long ago.

Peniel Joseph

Peniel Joseph CNN opinion contributor

Dallas Cowboys. The addition of Amari Cooper, the talent of Ezekial Elliot and the steadiness of Dak Prescott fuel the Cowboys toward a surprisingly deep playoff run and their first Super Bowl victory since 1996.

Dean Obeidallah

Dean Obeidallah CNN opinion contributor

New York Giants.

Jen Psaki

Jen Psaki CNN political commentator

New Orleans Saints — rooting for the over-40 quarterback!

Raul Reyes

Raul Reyes CNN opinion contributor

The Super Bowl is in Atlanta, but the championship is going to the City of Angels — Los Angeles Rams!

Timothy Stanley

Timothy Stanley Historian

I have no idea who will win the Super Bowl, but I’m a Catholic and I’ve always liked the name “Arizona Cardinals.” It makes me think of a priest on horseback.

Alice Stewart

Alice Stewart CNN political commentator

I’m going to go with Drew Brees and the New Orleans Saints. They have had a strong offensive season, and they get bonus points for having “Choppa Style” dance moves to help them celebrate. I also expect Drew Brees to win MVP.

Holly Thomas

Holly Thomas CNN opinion contributor

Maroon 5 have already won — I don’t care how many hits they have, it is absurd that they (probably) got that gig. But if you force me to choose an actual team, I’d say the Saints.

Jeff Yang

Jeff Yang CNN opinion contributor

Let’s go with the Kansas City Native Americans.

SE Cupp

SE Cupp CNN commentator

I’d hope Raed Fares, the Syrian human rights activist who was killed by terrorists last month.

Jill Filipovic

Jill Filipovic CNN opinion contributor

I hope Doctors Without Borders, a group that has done incredible work providing life-saving care in the most difficult places on earth — including to the many refugees the rest of the world has turned its back on. Alternately, I would be pretty happy to see the Nobel committee strip Aung San Suu Kyi of her prize for overseeing and denying a genocide, and award it instead to Wa Lone and Kyaw Soe Oo, two Reuters journalists who have been imprisoned in Myanmar for attempting to cover the murder of 10 men in Myanmar’s Rakhine state.

James Gagliano

James Gagliano CNN law enforcement analyst

The United States Military. Why? Because the service members who comprise it — through their courage and resolve — continue to confront and defend against unprovoked aggressors around the globe.

Frida Ghitis

Frida Ghitis CNN opinion contributor

Nobel will highlight the great battle of our time — the struggle to save democracy. The winner will be investigative journalists uncovering the corruption of authoritarian rulers who hypocritically claim they do it all for the people. Winners will be brave independent journalists from Russia, the Philippines, Hungary and Poland.

Joey Jackson

Joey Jackson CNN legal analyst

Chef José Andrés — he feeds the world.

Scott Jennings

Scott Jennings CNN contributor

Whoever brokers the peace between Meghan Markle and her half-sister Samantha Markle.

Roxanne Jones

Roxanne Jones CNN opinion contributor

The 2019 prize will go to the American Civil Liberties Union, which is suing the US government to stop the practice of separating migrant parents and children at the border. No place is that humanitarian crisis more exposed than in the United States, where we’ve witnessed thousands of Central Americans seeking asylum confronted with violence at the border, and thousands more children who made it to the US taken from their families and locked up in detention center cages.

Peniel Joseph

Peniel Joseph CNN opinion contributor

Bryan Stevenson, the founder of the National Memorial for Peace and Justice, is an American treasure. He has forced a long overdue national reckoning on the history of lynching, and devotes part of his time to making sure that those who are poor and innocent have the same treatment in our legal system as the rich and guilty do.

Dean Obeidallah

Dean Obeidallah CNN opinion contributor

Robert Mueller. He has really done so much to bring together Democrats and Republicans who don’t like Trump.

Jen Psaki

Jen Psaki CNN political commentator

I am rooting for Chef José Andrés for his incredible work in Puerto Rico, but given the award is literally for preventing war — South Korean President Moon Jae-in is more likely (depending, of course, on whether any progress is made with North Korea).

Raul Reyes

Raul Reyes CNN opinion contributor

The Nobel Prize should go to the Texas nonprofit group RAICES, which helped reunite immigrant children and parents split up by the “family separations” policy. Their response to this humanitarian crisis deserves international recognition.

Timothy Stanley

Timothy Stanley Historian

Nobel Peace Prizes seem to be handed out nowadays for participation as well as success, so why not finally give one to Donald Trump? The consequences of his Singapore meeting with Kim Jong Un remain unclear, but it was the kind of dynamic, courageous diplomacy we should encourage in the world today.

Alice Stewart

Alice Stewart CNN political commentator

I would love to see Chef José Andrés win the 2019 Nobel Peace Prize for the work his organization, World Central Kitchen, does. They provide hot meals to people suffering in disaster zones and crisis situations around the world. 

Holly Thomas

Holly Thomas CNN opinion contributor

In a year which has seen the murder of Jamal Khashoggi, the horrific shooting at the Capital Gazette, Wa Lone and Kyaw Soe Oo imprisoned in Myanmar, the assassination of Raed Fares and Hamod Jnaid in Syria, Maria Ressa indicted, and so many other attacks on press freedom, I’m going to go with either a journalist or organization such as Reporters Without Borders.

Jeff Yang

Jeff Yang CNN opinion contributor

I’m a big fan of Chef José Andrés and his work feeding those impacted by natural disaster.

Facebook’s bottomless pit of scandals

The year to fix Facebook – January 4

The year to fix Facebook

January 4

The year to fix Facebook
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Mark Zuckerberg makes a lofty promise for 2018: Fix Facebook. The CEO says in a note that Facebook has work to do, “including protecting our community from abuse and hate, defending against interference by nation states, or making sure that time spent on Facebook is time well spent.” Turns out, saying that was easier than doing it.

10 great places to spend New Year’s Eve

(CNN) — Some of the details may change, but year in and year out, these destinations around the world have a well-deserved reputation for traditionally throwing a great New Year’s Eve shindig.

Be sure to plan early for prime parties and the best viewing areas for fireworks. Some venues charge admission, and tickets sometimes sell out months ahead.

So let the countdown begin. Here are 10 great places where you can travel for a New Year’s Eve you’ll never forget:

1. Sydney

Sydney, Australia, is the first major international city to greet the New Year at midnight. The major fireworks display takes place at Sydney Harbour with the Opera House and Harbour Bridge providing a spectacular backdrop.

Islands in the harbor or family-friendly parks on either side offer great views.

2. Hong Kong

The dramatic skyline in Hong Kong provides a sight visitors never forget, and New Year’s Eve fireworks just up the ante. The fireworks that illuminate stunning Victoria Harbour are set to music.
You might catch the dazzling display from one of Hong Kong’s many hotels with great views, including Hotel Icon and Park Lane. Crowds gather a couple of hours early at Star Ferry Pier (Tsim Sha Tsui) for some theater, dance and circus performances.
While you’re in Hong Kong, you may also want to take in Ocean Park, a favorite amusement area.

3. Bangkok

Bangkok often tops roundup lists of Asia’s best nightlife cities. So of course, it’s a natural place to ring in the new year if you like crowds, noise and revelry.

Bangkok’s answer to Times Square, CentralWorld Plaza is one of the main gathering spots for celebrations. Another popular gathering spot is the Asiatique shopping and entertainment area along the Chao Phraya River.

4. Dubai

Fireworks explode from the Burj Khalifa, the world's tallest tower, in Dubai.

Fireworks explode from the Burj Khalifa, the world’s tallest tower, in Dubai.

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The Burj Khalifa in Dubai is one of the most attention-grabbing skyscrapers in the world, and it’s only more so at New Year’s Eve. As it brings in 2019, the Burj Khalifa holds the record for world’s tallest building (2,716.5 feet), and throngs gather at the footsteps to welcome a new year with an amazing fireworks show. Not too far away, Burj Plaza is a little quieter and popular with families.
Dubai is building a reputation as a major food destination, so you may wish to indulge in top-tier restaurants such as Cavalli Club Dubai while you’re there.

5. Moscow

Historic Red Square in Moscow provides one of the coldest but also one of the most visually appealing settings for a New Year’s Eve fireworks display.
If you want to celebrate in truly grand style with Russian flair, the Ritz-Carlton in Moscow may be for you. It’s centrally located and has a rooftop bar.

6. Cape Town

Cape Town is one of the most beautifully situated cities in Africa — and the world. New Year’s Eve fireworks make it all the more spectacular.

If you’re looking for a place with delicious food and a view of the festivities, check out MAReSOL, which specializes in Portuguese cuisine. If you’re in the mood for a party, Cape Point Vineyards is one of many places to consider.
Make the most of your trip by visiting South Africa’s renowned vineyards around Cape Town. (Like Sydney, Cape Town is just entering summer).

7. London

Boats line up in the Thames after watching New Years Eve fireworks in London, England.

Boats line up in the Thames after watching New Years Eve fireworks in London, England.

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Stately London along the Thames always provides a remarkable backdrop for New Year’s Eve fireworks. Tickets sell out fast for the official staging area, but you may be able to see the fireworks for free from hilltops such as Primrose Hill, Parliament Hill on Hampstead Heath, Greenwich Park and Alexandra Palace.
A perfect way to greet the prospect of a new year is to settle down in one of London’s oldest pubs, such as the Old Bell Tavern, serving up adult beverages since 1670.
While there, fans of British royalty may want to visit sites such as Kensington Palace, where Queen Victoria was born.

8. Rio de Janeiro

If you want to greet a new year with about 2 million other souls in a warm beach resort, head to Rio de Janeiro.

The main gathering at Copacabana Beach traditionally features a variety of musical acts and fireworks.

If you want to party in classic Rio style, pay a visit to Jobi Bar. It’s a social institution in the city, having been open since the 1950s. For samba and choro music, head to Carioca da Gema.
Looking for a great view? Swing over to the Vista Chinesa, a small Chinese pagoda perched to provide a fantastic panorama.

9. New York

Times Square in Manhattan. It’s synonymous with New Year’s Eve across the United States. Even if you aren’t there in person, there’s a good chance you’ve watched the famous ball drop on television. (The ball made its debut in 1907 and has been dropped each year since then, except for two years during World War II).

If you don’t feel like jamming into Times Square with around 1 million other folks, here are some other options:

— Head to Grand Army Plaza, which is just off Prospect Park in Brooklyn, for fireworks and fun. You need to arrive early for the best views.
— If you’re 21 or older, try your luck at Resorts World Casino, the only casino in the city. Near JFK Airport, it traditionally throws a blow-out NYE party.

10. Las Vegas

Vegas is bright lights year-round, but it goes all out for New Year’s Eve.

The Strip is closed off to vehicles, and pedestrians take over for an unforgettable festival. At midnight, various casinos launch an impressive barrage of fireworks off the roofs of their buildings. You can watch the show from atop the Stratosphere Tower.

Visitors are advised to book hotel rooms early, as prices in Vegas shoot up for the holiday. They’re also cautioned to dress warmly — the desert cools off a lot at night, especially in winter.

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Tyler Dunne @TyDunne NFL Features WriterDecember 21, 2018

Dallas Cowboys middle linebacker Jaylon Smith (54) walks off of the field following an NFL football game against the Philadelphia Eagles, in Arlington, Texas, Sunday, Dec. 9, 2018. (AP Photo/Ron Jenkins)

Ron Jenkins/Associated Press

FRISCO, Texas — It’s a Wednesday night in early December, the Dallas Cowboys are rolling, and Jaylon Smith is the toast of the town. The moment he steps into Dee Lincoln Prime, a hush knifes through the Christmas music on the speakers and adoring eyes dart his direction. The second-year NFLer strides past a gaudy wine storage room, his sparkling blue suit coat a beam of a light in this dimly lit restaurant.

Moments after Smith lounges atop the firm leather seating that overlooks the room, a waiter arrives, and he orders Malbec, an easy choice for him. Smith cradles the neck of the glass with three fingers and swirls. And stares. And swirls. And stares. He truly started developing his wine palette last June and likes, no, “luhhhhhves” Malbec. This grape, to him, is a perfect blend of dry and sweet.

Smith parked his vehicle right in front of the restaurant, so one employee jets over and offers to move it for him. Smith hands him his keys.

Soon, shots on the house will be served.

Soon, a woman will interrupt to snap a photo with Smith.

The Cowboys are on the cusp of a division title. Smith is the face of one of the NFL‘s best defenses.

Life is good.

“It’s different when you win for the Cowboys,” Smith says. “It’s a totally different feeling in the world.”

This is the life Smith envisioned when nobody else did.

You remember the horror story. A star at Notre Dame, a legitimate candidate to be a top-three overall draft pick, Smith played in a meaningless bowl game and his leg snapped at the knee. His career burnt to ashes before it even began. Just the name—Jaylon Smith—quickly came to represent one of our generation’s most tragic football stories. People spoke of his name as if he were dead.

Nobody in the first round would touch him because nobody had a clue if he’d be able to put weight on his left foot again—if the nerve in his knee would regenerate.

It did, so here he is. Sipping wine. Ordering Japanese wagyu that isn’t even on the menu. Hunting quarterbacks and mauling running backs. He’s the reason to think that amid an offensive revolution, a team can still back-alley brawl its way to the Super Bowl. His energy in the locker room is infectious, and his personality in this restaurant is magnetic.

Out of nowhere, a Dee Lincoln manager named Tony beelines to the table and puts an arm around Smith. They act like lifelong friends even though Smith’s been here only once before—when he came with Hall of Famer Emmitt Smith.

“Do you need anything?” Tony asks, before answering for Smith. “A shot of tequila?”

Of course. Smith loves tequila. Don Julio 1942 with a lemonade chaser sounds about right.

Moments later, shots ‘n’ chasers in hand, Tony raises a glass.

“Cheers, brother,” he says. “The NFC East is yours.”

The tequila burns smoothly down Smith’s throat, and he doesn’t squint or flinch. He only smiles and soaks in the moment. Nobody could’ve expected this swift of a takeover, but here he is, a 6’2″, 245-pound missile of a middle linebacker aiming to announce his presence to the world this postseason. Cowboys headquarters, the Star at Frisco, is basically its own city with bars and restaurants and shops surrounding the Cowboys’ practice facility.

Everyone knows all Cowboys players walking the sidewalks around here.

And right now, Smith is obviously the king of this city.

He likes the sound of that.

“It’s my defense, man.”

ARLINGTON, TX - OCTOBER 14: Jaylon Smith #54 and the Dallas Cowboys defense celebrate a fumble recovery against the Jacksonville Jaguars at AT&T Stadium on October 14, 2018 in Arlington, Texas. (Photo by Ronald Martinez/Getty Images)

Ronald Martinez/Getty Images

He has arrived. Finally. Smith is himself again, and what a glorious feeling that is.

There’s no disputing that this is his defense. That he’s become one of the league’s best linebackers. That he’s a player with the kind of speed and punch and venom you’ll find in Canton.

Yet the tequila and Malbec won’t cloud his vision tonight. Not after nearly losing everything.

“None of that s–t matters if we lose,” Smith says. “We’ve got to keep perspective.”

He looks around the restaurant.

“They don’t care about none of that if you lose.”


One game, one play can change everything.

Smith knows this better than anybody.

So now he’s leaning forward in his seat and staring blankly ahead as if a projection screen has suddenly unfurled from the ceiling and is replaying the worst moment of his life: the 2016 Fiesta Bowl. He’s right back in the moment.

He details falling down once on the play, popping back to his feet and thinking, in that exact moment, I’m not falling again. I’m going to catch myself. So when Smith was dinged from behind again, he tried staying upright, and he hyperextended his knee.

He wants one fact clear.

“I got pushed in the back after the play was over. Whistle blown. All of that. Pushed in the back.”

Four more times in the next 15 seconds, Smith repeats he was shoved “after the play.” Ohio State tackle Taylor Decker and Smith reconciled by phone after, but it’s obvious Smith forgives but never forgets. That day, he tore his ACL, LCL and suffered severe damage to his peroneal nerve, the nerve that sends sensors to the foot. Smith hopped eight strides on his right foot before finally collapsing in pain and slamming the turf. He left the field on a cart, in tears, thinking, Why now? over and over again. Why now? He had never suffered an injury before, period, his entire life.

Three months before he was set to make millions of dollars, he couldn’t walk.

“A lot of people thought I would never play the game again,” Smith says. “I couldn’t lift my foot up! I literally could not lift my foot up. For an entire year. Seriously. Before I started getting any movement. … It’s all God’s timing. There’s nothing I can do. There’s things that can ‘promote’ it. But nerves come back when they want to come back.

“I knew there was a chance I’d never be able to lift my leg up again.”

Rick Scuteri/Associated Press

Sometimes, he was told, the nerve never regenerates. The Cowboys gambled the 34th pick on the hope it would. The man who did Smith’s surgery, Dr. Daniel Cooper, is the team’s physician. Still, the unknown lingered. His only option? Be patient. “Embrace” his predicament. He waited days, weeks, months. He watched the Cowboys rampage to a surprise 13-3 season, powerless when Aaron Rodgers KO’d them in the playoffs.

All the while, Smith’s days consisted of rehabbing (popping outside in the 100-degree heat when the rest of the team was indoors); attending every meeting; and getting into real estate development, venture capital opportunities—all things business off the field.

Smith had no clue what the future held, but he refused to get trapped in his own mind. He refused to entertain the notion of never playing again.

“Because there were so many people thinking that way,” Smith says. “I couldn’t allow myself to do that.

“It just drove me. I figured, the more I’m frustrated, the less reaction I’m going to get. So I stayed even-keeled.”

One memory pops into his head and Smith pulls out his cell phone to tap words into the Notes app. He says he’s writing a book and doesn’t want to spill all the details quite yet.

Spoiler alert: The nerve did regenerate, but…ever…so…gradually.

By the spring of 2017, Smith could lift his toes. That fall, he returned to rack up 81 tackles (50 solo) and one sack. This season, he has taken over games, with 106 tackles (72 solo), four sacks and two forced fumbles through 14 games.

You see the numbers. You see the highlights.

But central to the rebirth is the mind. The possibility of never putting weight on his foot again when he was that close to a childhood dream had to shatter his sanity. So he’s asked this question in every possible way: How did you not go freaking crazy? Smith ran the numbers, estimating he lost about $17 million on draft day. To Smith, it’s not that complicated. He had already prepared himself for this adversity. As a college sophomore, he vividly remembers asking himself aloud, “What defines Jaylon Smith?” and wanted the answer to be someone who impacts lives beyond football.

On the spot, he created a mantra he repeats to anyone who’ll listen: “Clear Eye View.” Maintaining a clear eye view is the key to life, he says, and is built on three pillars: a focused vision, determined belief and earned dreams.

He knew he’d play again, so nothing else mattered. Granted, several college stars have since skipped their bowl games because of him, because his story’s so tragic. Smith acknowledges, “I have affected college football history forever!” He made it OK to skip bowl games.

If he could hop in a time machine, of course Smith would opt to sit out that Fiesta Bowl, pocket $17 million, avoid this hell completely…right?

“Obviously I thought about it…”

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Right when he’s ready to make a point, Smith is interrupted by a woman named Erica, who wants to take a picture. Smith doesn’t hesitate—”We can take a selfie!”—re-gathers his thoughts and is interrupted again. It’s Tony. The manager’s back to tell Smith that the folks sitting at a table nearby work for Jagermeister and want to buy him a shot. Rather than play telephone, Smith shouts their direction, “I’ve been on 1942! … I’ll be an investor, though. Can I get some equity? What’s the minimum investment? What does it taste like?”

Tony doesn’t want Smith to end up face down in his own dinner, so when he brings back three Jager shots, most of Jaylon’s is poured into, uh, his dinner guest’s glass.

“It’s minty!” Jaylon yells to them. “Minty!”

Then, he picks up where he left off.

Smith genuinely loves that prospects today are making a business decision. As an entrepreneur himself, he loves that nobody feels obligated to play in a bowl game. But to truly understand how Smith’s mind works—how he persevered, why he’s different—understand this: He would play in that Fiesta Bowl again. Really. The chance to play in a game with 13 projected first-round picks, to meet Ezekiel Elliott in the hole, to be seen by so many scouts in the press box and a national television audience and, above all, to fulfill the duty he felt as a team captain for Notre Dame.

His adrenaline pumps all over again thinking about that game.

To Smith, it was simply “value over cost.”

“I would do it again,” says Smith. Then he says it again. Louder this time.

“I would do it again.”

And it’s clear. The Cowboys aren’t here, on the cusp of burgeoning greatness, without that injury either.


There’s a ravenous look in Smith’s eyes as he imagines a new scene on that virtual projector.

A NSFW scene.

Those one-man blasts that change games every Sunday.

“The difference about me is I’m a playmaker,” Smith says, “but the plays that I make, they energize the team.”

So many Smith collisions have sent the Dallas sideline into a frenzy this season. Take his hit in Houston. On 4th-and-goal— playing spy—Smith sprinted 35 yards to the sideline, head bobbing, arms chopping, dreads flowing, to absolutely wallop Deshaun Watson.

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That one still has teammates in awe.

Then, there’s the chilling 3rd-and-17, helmet-to-helmet hit on New Orleans RB Alvin Kamara.

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The blow unbuckled Kamara’s chinstrap, made him stammer back onto the turf after trying to get up and, yes, cost Smith $26,000.

Anyone with a pulse who saw the play knows Smith should’ve been flagged on it.

Not that he sees it that way.

“He turned his head and his shoulders at the last second while I’m already going to hit him,” Smith says. “Mind you, he’s a running back. I could see if it’s a quarterback or a receiver that’s catching the ball, defenseless. … In the tenth of a second, he turns his body and lowers his head—toward my striking point! It’s football. I can’t worry about that stuff.”

He’s appealing the fine. He expects it to be reduced. Whatever Smith ends up paying will be worth it because, well, value over cost.

“He’s Kamara. All-Pro guy. But I’m nice, too. I was able to exemplify that on the play.

“We were able to put the world on notice that night. Because everybody was watching. Everybody thought we were going to get blown out. We believed in each other. We knew what type of team we had. We just have to go out and prove it every week. That’s the beauty of the NFL. The only thing that matters is what you do now. And as a competitor, you love it, because you have to go out each and every weekend and prove that you belong and, individually, that you’re one of the elite.”

That game, Smith asserts, proved he is elite.

“And if you still have doubts about me? Then, s–t…” he says with a chuckle. “That’s cool. I can deal with that, too.

“I believe in myself. I believe in myself.”

This belief this season has been contagious in Dallas. Each hit, each speech, each conversation Smith initiates is galvanizing, electrifying, because everyone on this roster remembers that Fiesta Bowl. They saw him pound the turf, then saw him rehabbing every day. The injury is a part of Smith and, absolutely, a part of these Dallas Cowboys. His energy has become their energy.

Cornerback Byron Jones vividly recalls Smith limping all over the facility with a bulky brace over his knee. Jones wondered when the day would come where Smith would appear down, depressed, defeated. He was ready to console, to help heal. And he never needed to.

Smith never stopped smiling.

“Everyone counted him out,” Jones says. “Now, he’s one of the biggest stars in the NFL. His unwavering belief that, ‘I’m going to come back and be a badass linebacker,’ you could see that from Day 1. He never was doubting himself.

“It’s a respect thing. We respect where he came from.”

ARLINGTON, TX - OCTOBER 14: Jaylon Smith #54 of the Dallas Cowboys warms up before a game against the Jacksonville Jaguars at AT&T Stadium on October 14, 2018 in Arlington, Texas. The Cowboys defeated the Jaguars 40-7. (Photo by Wesley Hitt/Getty Image

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Corner Jourdan Lewis went to a ton of the same football camps as Smith growing up in nearby Detroit, a couple hours away, and detected an “I was born to do this” resolve then. Today, he says, everyone gravitates toward Smith. Imitates Smith. They want to be the worker he is behind the scenes.

With flags flying at a ridiculous rate in today’s NFL and quarterback play better than ever, it can feel like a defender’s back is forever stuck against the wall.

Smith’s presence in Dallas takes such gloom and doom and dread and tosses it in the trash.

His back was against the wall. And here he is.

“The way Jaylon plays,” Lewis says, “that’s how you have to think. You have to be like, ‘Whatever. The odds might be against us but we have to go out there full speed and attack.'”

Adds linebacker Chris Covington: “When he makes one play, it’s turnt up. It just takes one play.”

So, no, it’s not a shock when multiple players note that a huge fight broke out at practice recently. Nobody will dish names, but this is exactly the kind of cutthroat environment Smith has helped create. The middle of December feels like the middle of August.

Smith says he wants this defense working its ass off, daily, relentlessly chasing perfection. Many practices, he’ll stop everything to redo a play. He demands all 11 players know exactly what they’re seeing and what they’re doing.

He had the passing-the-torch conversation with veteran Sean Lee long ago. This is his time.

He’s the one telling everyone where to go on the field, play to play. He relishes the pressure of wins and losses resting on his shoulders.

“The defense doesn’t succeed without me,” he says. “I’m a born leader. It’s innate.”

ARLINGTON, TX - NOVEMBER 05: Jaylon Smith #54 of the Dallas Cowboys celebrates a fumble recovery in the first quarter against the Tennessee Titans at AT&T Stadium on November 5, 2018 in Arlington, Texas. (Photo by Tom Pennington/Getty Images)

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He points to his heart.

“People can feel it—in here.”

So quite possibly, he’s the one uniquely qualified to crash the party this postseason. The weapon who can carry America’s Team back to the Super Bowl for the first since in 23 years. Jerry Jones has tried everything since he last hoisted the Lombardi Trophy. The answer may be a player the entire league passed on.

Smith believes he was destined for it.

He points to an ability to relate to any player of any race from any background, having grown up on the south side of Ft. Wayne, Indiana, the rough side, before attending a Catholic high school and Catholic college. In frigid Indiana winters, kids either hooped or bowled—he did both. Smith calls himself a Kevin Garnett-like threat on the court—with the ability to run the floor, mind you. He knows he’d be in the NBA right now if he was five inches taller. At the lanes? Smith owns a 210 average, and when he’s informed that rookie Shaquem Griffin can bowl too, Smith assures, “I’d kick his ass.”

No wagyu will distract Smith from the reality he once worked at Burger King to pay for his own gas in high school.

No rise to stardom will make Smith forget he was once lost in his brother’s shadow. Rod, now a backup running back in Dallas, was “Big Smooth.” Rod was the hometown hero rushing for nearly 7,000 yards in high school. As the overlooked “Little Smooth,” Jaylon was driven to be his own man.

He’s a savvy businessman, turning that “Clear Eye View” life credo into a brand. Until that second contract, expect to see Smith spam your social media feeds with CEV eyewear products. Ah, yes, that beautiful second contract. (“Jerry’s going to bless me,” he says, smiling.)

He’s inquisitive. He turns a conversation about football into a conversation about relationships and life and love for a good 25 minutes. His girlfriend’s back home in Indiana. Smith’s always learning.

He’s forgiving. With every reason to be vengeful, Smith gets that teams needed to make their own business decisions and insists everyone in the NFL is rooting for him. That’s fine, but shouldn’t teams have gotten to know him as a man through those 26 interviews at the combine? They should’ve gotten to know what he just pointed to, his heart.

Smith shrugs.

“It was going to take one team to believe.”


As “My Favorite Things” to “O Come All Ye Faithful” to all the Christmas classics play, Jaylon Smith sneezes and a waitress serving another table turns to say, “Be careful. Please do not be sick!” Then Tony re-re-reappears to offer one more shot on the house.

“S–t,” says Smith. “Why not?”

“Be right back.”

“1942!”

“I got you! I got you!”

ARLINGTON, TX - NOVEMBER 22: Jaylon Smith #54 of the Dallas Cowboys warms up before a game against the Washington Redskins at AT&T Stadium on November 22, 2018 in Arlington, Texas. The Cowboys defeated the Redskins 31-23. (Photo by Wesley Hitt/Getty Im

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Three minutes later, glasses are tipped and Tony assures Smith he’ll always have his back here. The two exchange numbers, and it’s clear Smith will be back for more 1942. And yet Smith’s words this night about taking this season one day at a time would go on to prove prophetic. Four days after this dinner, Dallas would proceed to get shut out by the Indianapolis Colts with its offense as potent as that lemonade chaser on the table.

One week, Dak Prescott lights up Philadelphia in an overtime thriller. The next, he posts an 0-fer. The clear eye view for the Cowboys couldn’t be clearer: The defense must carry them through January. And that’s fine by Jaylon Smith. Fine by everyone on his side of the ball. He’s not afraid.

Not of Drew Brees, of Sean McVay’s brilliance, of Russell Wilson‘s wizardry, of anything…including a check that should pop both of his eyes out of their sockets. The bill at Dee Lincoln Prime arrives, and Smith’s 22 ounces of wagyu apparently cost north of $800. He can’t remember the waiter’s warning, but apparently this stuff goes for $40 an ounce.

Smith stares at the bill, shocked for about 2.3 seconds, then shrugs and pays for his portion of the meal.

He doesn’t stress. He tells the waiter the steak was “delicious” and “perfect” and one of the best he’s ever had in his life. No use going ballistic, no use racking his brain around insanely high steak prices. That’s not how the king of this city would act.

Smith grabs that blue coat and his leftovers, and as he walks back outside into the 58-degree air, he apologizes for not giving up more details on the year his football career was in peril.

He’s trying to save a few stories for his book, for one. And Jaylon Smith also knows this: His career is truly just now beginning.

He still has hundreds of pages fill.

Tyler Dunne covers the NFL for Bleacher Report. Follow him on Twitter: @TyDunne.

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