Mercedes' De Vries fined €5000 for causing “dangerous situation”
The Mercedes driver suffered a large lock-up into Turn 1 of the reversed-configuration Tempelhof Airport on lap 15. After running wide and slowing immediately, he crawled to the run-off at Turn 2 and parked up.Reigning FIA Formula 2 champion de Vries then go
Clay Travis: I’m rolling with the Clippers to beat the Mavericks
Clay Travis tells Cousin Sal, Todd Fuhrman and Rachel Bonnetta why he believes it'll be the Los Angeles Clippers who takes the victory over the Dallas Mavericks. As good as he thinks Luka Doncic has been, he believes the Clippers are going to come out and sen
LaVar Arrington: I blame Matt LaFleur for the sudden shift in feelings towards Aaron Rodgers
LaVar Arrington joins Emmanuel Acho and Mark Schlereth to discuss if the Green Bay Packers have 'fatigue' with Aaron Rodgers. Hear why LaVar believes that fault lies with Head Coach Matt LaFleur for the sudden shift in feelings towards Aaron Rodgers.
State Department lifts highest travel warning, advises travelers to 'exercise caution'
The State Department on Thursday lifted its highest level travel warning for U.S. citizens traveling internationally amid the COVID-19 pandemic but advised Americans to «exercise caution» when heading abroad. The department issued the «Leve
9/11 charity plans alternative ceremony at trade center site
NEW YORK (AP) - Next month's 19th anniversary of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks will feature side-by-side ceremonies in lower Manhattan after a charity founded to honor the memory of a firefighter who died at the World Trade Center said Thursday it will hold
‘These are killers’: Giuliani blasts BLM as ‘terrorist group’ that ‘hate white people’
Rudy Giuliani, a lawyer for President Donald Trump, has slammed Black Lives Matter as a “domestic terrorist organization” full of “killers” who “hate white people” and want to “overthrow our way of life.” Read Full Article at RT.com
COVID-19 is disproportionally killing Black children in America, and it's our fault
ABC News obtained an internal memo from the Federal Emergency Management Agency that shows non-white American children who contract COVID-19 are dying at a higher rate than white American children.
«Nationwide, the number of COVID-19 cases among peopl
Top GOP senators give Trump the Biden probe he got impeached for trying to force Ukraine to do
Sen. Ron Johnson of Wisconsin is using his investigative powers as chair of a Senate panel to push forward with a thinly veiled attempt to stir up Russian disinformation about presumptive Democratic nominee Joe Biden.
Johnson, who chairs the Senate Committe
Tristan Thompson talks the magic of LeBron on and off court
Tristan Thompson joins Colin Cowherd to discuss the magic of LeBron on and off court. Tristan says he is the greatest player and also wants to pay it forward. What you put into the game is what you get out of it.
Inflatable Heads, Fantastical Paintings, and Bulbous Sculptures Comprise a Surreal Dreamland by OSGEMEOS
Wedged between two buildings in Itaewon, Seoul, is a huge, inflatable head marking the entrance to OSGEMEOS’s latest exhibition. With a shaggy mohawk and thin mustache, the yellow character resembles a band of glowing figures that populate the inside Brazil
Buemi admits da Costa's FE title is “more or less” champion
The Nissan e.dams driver finished 3s behind da Costa in the second Berlin race after two of the three full-course yellow periods wasted most of his first 235kWh attack mode activation. A third win in succession for da Costa boosts him to 125 points, 68
New class of laser beam doesn't follow normal laws of refraction
Researchers have developed a new type of laser beam that doesn't follow long-held principles about how light refracts and travels. The findings could have huge implications for optical communication and laser technologies.
Biden says Latinos are ‘incredibly diverse,’ UNLIKE BLACK VOTERS
Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden took time out from a question asked by a Latina reporter to state that while black voters all think alike (with “notable exceptions”), Latino voters are “incredibly diverse” in opinion. Read Full Article at
Casa pivots to provide self-custody services to secure bitcoin
Casa, a Colorado-based provider of bitcoin security services, is launching a managed service allowing customers to buy and hold their own bitcoin, rather than using an external custodian like Coinbase. “With self-custody using Casa it’s impossibl
Emerging market challenger banks will have to look carefully at market conditions, possible target segments, sustainable revenue sources and the regulatory structure that best supports their desired business model.
Brian Grazer, Ron Howard and Tyler Mitchell to talk Imagine Impact at Disrupt 2020
The world is changing quickly. It seems to be growing more complicated by the minute. Throughout the centuries, humans have used storytelling to make sense of the world around them. That is perhaps more true today than it ever was, as we have access to more s
US rescinds global 'do not travel' coronavirus warning
NEW YORK (AP) - The Trump administration on Thursday rescinded its warnings to Americans against all international travel because of the coronavirus pandemic, saying conditions no longer warrant a blanket worldwide alert. The State Department lifted its leve
Workers want mandated temp checks for casino patrons
ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. (AP) - Five Atlantic City casinos are not physically checking the temperatures of guests entering the property, workers said as they pushed New Jersey's governor to require the casinos to do so to help prevent the spread of the coronavirus
Panel recommends Confederate statue remains on historic list
BENTONVILLE, Ark. (AP) - An Arkansas panel has recommended that a Confederate statue remain on the National Register of Historic Places even after it is moved from a public space to private property. The statue of an unnamed Confederate soldier has been in do
Rob Parker: Aaron Rodgers is not the problem in Green Bay, Ravens are the team to beat in AFC
Rob Parker joins Colin Cowherd to discuss the reasoning behind the Jordan Love draft pick in Green Bay. Plus, Parker shares his thoughts on why he believes the Baltimore Ravens are the team to beat in the AFC.