Whether Griffin is up for producing any art at all anymore is troublingly theoretical. Well, he might give it one last shot. He has nothing left to lose, which isn’t necessarily the same thing as having nothing left.
Ric Bucher: Blake Griffin is a good look by Nets, but doesn't solve defensive issues | SPEAK FOR YOURSELF
Ric Bucher joins Marcellus Wiley and Emmanuel Acho to discuss if the Brooklyn Nets made the right move signing Blake Griffin. Hear why Ric Bucher believes that Griffin can serve as a great option off the bench, but ultimately doesn't solve the defensive issue
American Rescue Plan won't just stimulate the economy, it will be a massive anti-poverty win
The American Rescue Plan—now on the brink of final passage in Congress—is a truly historic bill for families with kids. Child poverty is going to be slashed by nearly half, while overall poverty is cut by a third. The child care industry, now in cris
Announcing the agenda for TC Early Stage — Operations & Fundraising
As an early-stage founder, how do you identify the right investors? Or know how to hire the best possible team to set up your company for growth? Should you bootstrap, and if so, how do you do it successfully? How do you nail virtual pitch meetings? What abou
Zapier buys no-code-focused Makerpad in its first acquisition
Zapier, a well-known no-code automation tool, has purchased Makerpad, a no-code education service and community. Terms of the deal were not disclosed. TechCrunch has covered Zapier often during its life, including its first, and only fundraising event, a $1.
Academy Museum to honor Sophia Loren, Haile Gerima at gala
The Academy Museum of Motion Pictures is assembling a star-studded cast for its opening gala in September. Italian screen legend Sophia Loren and independent filmmaker Haile Gerima will be honored with special awards, and Tom Hanks, Annette Bening and Bob Ige
Airline stocks rally, American cites plan to pay off loan
FORT WORTH, Texas (AP) - Airline stocks rose Monday, spurred by signs that vaccine rollouts could set up a rebound in travel later this year. American Airlines, meanwhile, announced plans to raise $7.5 billion by borrowing against its frequent-flyer program a
Brazil Supreme Court ruling annuls ex-president Lula's convictions, making him eligible to run in 2022 election
A Brazilian Supreme Court judge has cancelled all sentences against the country's former leftist president, Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva, restoring his political rights to run again for office ahead of next year's election. Read Full Article at RT.com
Ex-Fed head Yellen discovers income inequality, laments Covid-19’s impact on women
The US Secretary of the Treasury Janet Yellen has declared that women must be prioritized in any post-Covid-19 economic recovery, describing the pandemic’s disproportionate effect on women to be “extremely unfair.” Read Full Article at RT.com
The change, which has been strongly rumored for most of the offseason, has been introduced for two primary reasons. The first is to reduce accommodation costs for the teams and the series, and the second is to reduce personnel’s potential exposure time whil
Eric Mangini: OBJ to the Bucs would be ‘rough’ for any defense, Patriots pursuing Jimmy G | THE HERD
Eric Mangini joins Colin Cowherd to discuss the possibility of Odell Beckham Jr. joining Tom Brady and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Plus, hear what Mangini has to say about the New England Patriots' interest in pursuing San Fancisco 49ers' QB Jimmy Garoppolo.
Bob Stoops will replace Urban Meyer on Fox’s ‘Big Noon Kickoff’
'Big Noon Kickoff' has won praise in recent seasons for being an interesting and viable competitor to ESPN’s 'College GameDay,' with a panel that can be both entertaining and informative. Fox will hope that Stoops can keep that dynamic intact.
Reaching herd immunity may hinge on departisanizing COVID-19 vaccination efforts
With new guidelines released from the Centers for Disease Control, we are now seeing the first glimmers of how life will return to normal after the COVID-19 pandemic. The CDC has announced that those who have been fully vaccinated can now feel safe gathering
United States On-orbit Segment (USOS) Extravehicular Activity (EVA) #72 – ISS Upgrades III: Today, EV1 Kate Rubins and EV2 Soichi Noguchi performed a 6 hour 56 minute EVA and completed the following tasks during the ISS Upgrades III EVA: 4B ISS Roll Out Sol
A Van Gogh Painting Has Been Unveiled for the First Time Since It Was Painted in 1887
After spending more than a century in a private collection, one of Vincent van Gogh’s artworks has been shown to the public for the first time since the Dutch artist painted it in the spring of 1887. “Street scene in Montmartre (Impasse des Deux F
Typically, players out of college eligibility are automatically entered in the draft. However, the NCAA granted athletes an extra year of eligibility because of hardships related to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Nancy to coach Montreal, which will play in Fort Lauderdale
MONTREAL (AP) - Wilfried Nancy was promoted to head coach of Montreal in Major League Soccer, which will play home games at Fort Lauderdale, Florida, because of travel restrictions by the Canadian government during the novel coronavirus pandemic. Nancy repla
Joshua Tree National Park expects spring to bring crowding
JOSHUA TREE NATIONAL PARK, Calif. (AP) - The National Park Service is expecting the high popularity of Joshua Tree National Park to continue this spring and is urging visitors to anticipate congestion. March and April are usually the busiest times at the par
‘Havertz has arrived’: Chelsea fans salute German as he stars in win over top-four rivals Everton to keep Tuchel unbeaten
Kai Havertz gave Chelsea fans a long-awaited glimpse of the player they thought they were signing when he arrived at Stamford Bridge as the German playmaker pulled the strings in a 2-0 win over Everton in the Premier League. Read Full Article at RT.com
Sputnik V deal signed: Italy to become first EU country to produce Russian Covid-19 vaccine
Italy has signed an agreement with Russia to launch the production of the Sputnik V vaccine, with first batches expected to come out of an Italian plant as early as June. This would make it the first EU nation to produce the jab. Read Full Article at RT.com
CDC granting vaccinated Americans ‘LIMITED FREEDOMS’ – as MSM puts it – met with claims of government overreach
The CDC has issued new guidelines that grant – in the words of US mainstream media – «limited freedoms» to Americans who have been fully vaccinated against Covid-19, leading some to wonder when the Bill of Rights was abolished. Read Full Artic
Flu-like illness an expected side-effect of Covid vaccines, says WHO, with symptoms including fever and headache
An influenza-like illness is a likely side effect of being inoculated against Covid-19, the World Health Organization's global advisory committee on vaccine safety said in a statement on Monday. Read Full Article at RT.com
Paretta Autosport reveals sponsorship deal for de Silvestro
The team, run by former director of Dodge’s SRT Motorsport brand, Beth Paretta, was announced in mid-January, bringing popular and gutsy former IndyCar driver de Silvestro back to open-wheel racing after a five-year absence.De Silvestro’s #16 Paretta Auto
Manchin's filibuster reform opposition cracks a bit. Biden's friend Clyburn can blow it wide open
Republican Sen. Lisa Murkowski proved Saturday just how important filibuster reform is going to be for anything else that is good to happen in this country. She offered an amendment to the American Rescue Plan that directs $800 million to services for homeles
Colin Cowherd decides if Cardinals should trade Kyler Murray for Deshaun Watson | THE HERD
There are rumors that the Arizona Cardinals might be interested in trading their quarterback Kyler Murray for Houston Texans' Deshaun Watson. Colin Cowherd discusses there reports, and decides whether it's a good idea to trade Kyler for Deshaun.