February 2, 2018 - It is with a mixture of emotion that we must inform you that Interceder will cease its service over the coming weeks. For nearly a decade we have been helping you find relevant information across thousands of news and social sources, to keep you abreast of the latest news. We’re a small team of two who have run Interceder outside of our regular day jobs and are intensely proud of what we managed to accomplish over the years. Through a lack of time to maintain the site and growing costs associated with acquiring, indexing, analysing and hosting content we will be shutting down Interceder for good. All things reach a natural end, but we could not be more grateful for the way you made us part of your day, so instead of saying goodbye we would just like to say thank you!

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Crosscut
I-405 toll lanes are cutting traffic times — but not by enoughfor future improvements along the corridor, the department says. While the I-4
Crosscut / Posted 6 days ago
for future improvements along the corridor, the department says. While the I-405 express toll lanes aren’t perfect, Mark Hallenbeck, director of the Washington State Transportation Center, said the concept is sound. He said toll funding – which... Read more
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The News & Observer
‘I don’t know that we need football as a thing.’ Families flee America’s favorite sportDartmouth football coach Buddy Teevens; Dr. Robert Cantu, the co-founder of the
The News & Observer / Posted 21 days ago
Dartmouth football coach Buddy Teevens; Dr. Robert Cantu, the co-founder of the CTE Center at Boston University; and Scott Hallenbeck, the executive director of USA Football. Cantu favors banning tackling for kids – as well as removing heading in... Read more
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The Columbian
Might we really be terrible drivers?the debate they may cause, driver safety studies by private companies should be
The Columbian / Posted 22 days ago
the debate they may cause, driver safety studies by private companies should be approached with skepticism, said Mark Hallenbeck, director of the WTSC. “The vast majority of the data analysis that people do in this regard tend to be... Read more
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Reuters Sports News
Lawmakers in Illinois, New York propose tackle football bans for youthwith peers who hit the gridiron later. It found youth football players sustain
Reuters Sports News / Posted 24 days ago
with peers who hit the gridiron later. It found youth football players sustain about 250 head impacts per season. Scott Hallenbeck, executive director of USA Football, told the Washington Post that the organization has not taken a position on... Read more
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The Courier Express Newspapers
FBO--USA Football InitiativesAmerican Development Model has worked well in dozens of sports that fall under
The Courier Express Newspapers / Posted 25 days ago
American Development Model has worked well in dozens of sports that fall under the USOC's umbrella. USA Football CEO Scott Hallenbeck sees ADM has a natural progression for the gridiron. "We took a step back and as a member of the USOC looked at... Read more
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Island Packet
USA Football embraces ADM program, new contact techniqueAmerican Development Model has worked well in dozens of sports that fall under
Island Packet / Posted 25 days ago
American Development Model has worked well in dozens of sports that fall under the USOC's umbrella. USA Football CEO Scott Hallenbeck sees ADM has a natural progression for the gridiron. "We took a step back and as a member of the USOC looked at... Read more
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New York Daily News
USA Football embraces ADM program, new contact techniqueAmerican Development Model has worked well in dozens of sports that fall under
New York Daily News / Posted 25 days ago
American Development Model has worked well in dozens of sports that fall under the USOC's umbrella. USA Football CEO Scott Hallenbeck sees ADM has a natural progression for the gridiron. "We took a step back and as a member of the USOC looked at... Read more
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