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Man United wins again as Tottenham misfires under Mourinho

Manchester United is on track for a return to the Champions League as the team goes from strength to strength under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer

Judgment error: Indians' Reyes sorry for not wearing mask

Franmil Reyes has been forgiven for his first error this season

Judge Sullivan isn't done with Flynn just yet, case going to full court of appeals

Last December, Judge Emmet Sullivan made clear what he thought about Michael Flynn’s claim of being “ambushed” by FBI investigators with a one-sentence ruling: "The court summarily disposes of Mr. Flynn’s arguments that the FBI conducted an ambush

How to watch the Virtual Tour de France - CNET

While the real-life event is delayed due to COVID-19, Zwift is offering a virtual equivalent this month.

PC shipments rise after COVID-19 supply delays, Gartner says - CNET

Lenovo and HP each shipped 16 million PCs during the second quarter of 2020.

Epic is giving away $70 worth of games for free this week - CNET

Killing Floor 2 is the real zombie-blasting gem, but playing Lifeless Planet and The Escapist 2 has its rewards as well.

PC shipments rebound slightly following COVID-19-fueled decline

PC shipments had a rough first quarter for all of the same reasons as everything that isn’t a Clorox wipe or N95 mask. People just weren’t ready to drop a ton of money on a new device. The impact of COVID-19 was lessened slightly by IT departments and ind

Mount Rushmore fireworks cost South Dakota $1.5 million

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (AP) - South Dakota spent approximately $1.5 million for its Independence Day celebration that featured a speech from President Donald Trump and fireworks above the Mount Rushmore National Memorial, the Department of Tourism announced on Thu

Berries, Cookies, and Salami Slices Anonymize Vintage Portraits by Digital Artist Harriet Moutsopoulos

Telling someone that there’s an errant herb stuck between their teeth or a dot of sauce just below their lip is likely to spur embarrassment, so noting that they’re covered in egg or raspberry or a gloopy mound of ketchup might be too much to bear

Nets sign veteran Michael Beasley as substitute player

The Brooklyn Nets filled one of the openings on their roster by signing veteran Michael Beasley as a substitute player for the remainder of the season

Race glitch for Lyles highlights rare track meet in 2020

World champion sprinter Noah Lyles was the star attraction in a rare track meet in 2020 held on Thursday that didn't go quite to plan

ESPN asked NFL brass to rank the top running backs in the league – here are the results

ESPN polled over 50 NFL executives, scouts, and players to gauge the 10 best running backs going into the 2020 season.

Grumpy Trump hits out at Supreme Court decision, calls New York a ‘hellhole’

President Donald Trump has branded his home state a “hellhole,” after the Supreme Court ruled a Manhattan prosecutor can subpoena his financial records. To Trump, the decision was just another move in the “witch hunt” against him. Read Full Article a

Do they care? Minneapolis business owner left with nothing after riots calls out city officials for failing to help

A salon owner in Minneapolis has been left with “nothing” after her business was “burned to the ground” in riots after the killing of George Floyd, and she says the city has done nothing to help with her predicament. Read Full Article at

Spike in Covid-19 cases halts revival of Surat's synthetic textile industry

Business activity across value chain is at 5-10% of the pre-pandemic level

Farm organisations need better market linkage for returns, says report

These issues have assumed greater importance after the government allowed farmers to directly sell their produce to processors and traders

The College Park SkyHawks make history by promoting Tori Miller to general manager

The College Park SkyHawks announced the promotion of Tori Miller, making her the first female general manager in NBA G League history.

Teams plot strategy for new extra-inning format

Major League Baseball will start each extra inning this season by putting a runner on second base in an attempt to shorten games.

Big Ten to limit fall sports, including football, to conference games

The Big Ten Conference announced Thursday it will not play nonconference games in football and several other sports this fall because of the pandemic.

Still testing positive, Frittelli among 3 back to work

Dylan Frittelli says it was hard not to feel like an outcast at the Workday Charity Open

Student health boss cited for not reporting doc's misconduct

Student health boss cited for not reporting doc's misconduct

On second thought, CDC not changing guidelines for reopening schools just to please madman Trump

The head of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) signaled Thursday that the agency won't bow to the wishes of a madman simply because he happens to be sitting in the Oval Office. After both Donald Trump and White House coronavirus task for

Hawks G League affiliate hires Tori Miller, league's first female general manager

The College Park Skyhawks promoted Miller to GM, making history in the process. 

MLB players ready to make 'the leap' in 2020

While the 2020 MLB season is scheduled for only 60 games, that's still enough of an opportunity for players to make a name for themselves. These 30 have a chance to take a huge leap forward in 2020.

Up to SIX TIMES more lead released by Notre Dame blaze than previously estimated, study say

A new study into the blaze that ruined Paris’ iconic Notre Dame cathedral claims that much higher quantities of lead were released into the air than previously thought. Researchers studied soil samples in the wake of the fire. Read Full Article at

Amazon will pay $135,000 to settle alleged US sanction violations

In a statement issued this week, the U.S. Treasury Department notes that Amazon has agreed to pay $134,523 to settle potential liability over alleged sanctions violations. The charges specifically pertain to goods and services sent to people located in Crimea

Fortnite Season 3 challenges and where to find Floating Rings at Pleasant Park - CNET

Another week of collecting rings.

Marcellus Wiley: Dak Prescott has all the leverage over Cowboys, Jerry Jones will cave

Marcellus Wiley and Emmanuel Acho discuss whether Dak Prescott or Jerry Jones has the leverage in contract negotiations. Hear why Wiley believes that Jerry Jones will eventually cave in and pay Dak Prescott.

Big Ten Conference will play only conference games in football, several other sports if fall seasons proceed in pandemic

Big Ten Conference will play only conference games in football, several other sports if fall seasons proceed in pandemic

NFL game-day protocols include ban on exchanging jerseys

Guidelines designed to help limit the spread of the coronavirus

Tigers Summer Camp Report 7.9.20 (VIDEO)

Casey Mize and Christin Stewart are as hot as the game-time temp

Big Ten to limit football, fall sports to conference games

The Big Ten Conference won’t play nonconference games in football or other sports this fall because of the coronavirus pandemic

PNB gets board go-ahead to tap market for raising Rs 10,000 crore

The Government of India currently holds 85.59 per cent stake in the bank.

Big Ten to play conference-only schedule for football, other fall sports

The likelihood of a normal college football season, let alone one at all, decreases with each passing day amid the worsening coronavirus pandemic.  One

Lab worker killed by brain-destroying disease 7 YEARS after accidental jab

A new study has shed light on why a woman developed a fatal brain disease linked to mad cow disease several years after piercing her skin with contaminated laboratory equipment. Read Full Article at

Zion Williamson, stepfather accused of being paid $400K while at Duke

In response, Williamson’s legal team claimed the new evidence filed is “patently fraudulent.” 

Philadelphia Union wear jerseys with names of Black victims killed in police violence

Philadelphia players entered the pitch wearing «Black Lives Matter» shirts. When they removed the shirts, names of Black people killed by police violence were visible on their club kits.

Report: Big Ten expected to use conference-only football schedule this fall

If the conference does announce this decision, each Big 10 program would play this season with a 10-game schedule.

Trump admin still hasn't reopened DACA to new applicants 3 weeks after Supreme Court ruling

Thursday, July 9, marks three weeks since the Supreme Court ruled that the Trump administration illegally ended the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program, yet U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) has still not reopened it to new a

TikTok likes and views are broken as community worries over potential U.S. ban

TikTok likes and views are broken for some unknown portion of the video app’s user base this afternoon. The impacted users are seeing a “zero” like count on TikTok posts, including their own and those of other app users, as well as “ze
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