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Astronomers find galaxy similar to Milky Way more than 12 billion light-years away

Our Milky Way galaxy has a bit of a look-alike in an unlikely place: the early universe. Astronomers used ALMA, or the Atacama Large Millimeter/submillimeter Array of telescopes, based in Chile, to find the galaxy located more than 12 billion light-years away from our own. That means the light from this galaxy has traveled for…

Regular bricks can be transformed into energy storage devices

Whether humans were erecting Neolithic dwellings, ranch-style homes or modern McMansions, bricks have been a favorite of builders for thousands of years. Now, chemists have discovered new potential in these ubiquitous building blocks: Through a series of reactions, scientists have shown that conventional bricks can be transformed into energy storage devices powerful enough to turn…

Apple, Facebook, Microsoft and other major companies denounce Trump visa restrictions

Apple, Facebook and Microsoft are among the 52 companies and organizations in a court filing denouncing Trump administration restrictions on employment-based visas, saying that the action “fundamentally disserves the interests of the United States by stifling the ability of U.S. businesses to attract the world’s best talent, drive innovation, and further American economic prosperity.” In…

Trump adds coronavirus adviser who echoes his unscientific claims

Moments before President Donald Trump entered the room for his recently reinstated daily coronavirus briefing Monday, three aides preceded him: Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin, budget chief Russell Vought and a new face. “Wait, by the way, the gentlemen — you know everybody … This is Scott Atlas. Do you know that?” Trump asked. The man…

Biden and Harris set to deliver speech together as Democratic ticket in Delaware

Presumptive Democratic nominee Joe Biden and his running mate, California Sen. Kamala Harris, are set to make their first appearance together Wednesday afternoon for a speech in Delaware. The speech comes the day after Biden chose Harris after a months-long vice presidential vetting process, making her the first Black woman and first person of Indian…

Major US diplomatic push to counter Russia may be in jeopardy amid Belarus unrest

As Belarus is roiled by a government crackdown on peaceful demonstrators protesting an election condemned by the international community, a casualty of the unrest may be a nascent diplomatic push by the Trump administration to improve ties with Minsk as part of an effort to counter Russia’s one-time dominant position there. The Trump administration had…

Military helicopter shot at over Virginia, injuring a crew member

A US Air Force helicopter was shot at near Manassas, Virginia, on Monday injuring one of two pilots on board, according to an Air Force official. The UH-1N was flying 10 miles northwest of Manassas on a routine training mission at an altitude of 1,000 feet when the incident occurred. It landed safely at Manassas…

Kamala Harris and Mike Pence scheduled to face off at October debate

Kamala Harris being named Joe Biden’s vice presidential pick sets a match-up between the California senator and Vice President Mike Pence on the debate stage in October. The vice presidential debate is scheduled for October 7, and will be hosted at The University of Utah in Salt Lake City. Vice presidential debates rarely change the…

The congressional candidates who have embraced the baseless QAnon conspiracy theory

A Republican candidate who subscribes to the baseless QAnon conspiracy theory prevailed Tuesday night in a House primary runoff in Georgia. Marjorie Taylor Greene defeated fellow Republican John Cowan in the runoff for Georgia’s 14th Congressional District, and her victory in the solidly Republican Georgia district means Greene is all but certain to find herself…

Pelosi: ‘People will die’ if coronavirus stimulus talks drag into late September

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi told reporters at the Capitol Wednesday that she doesn’t want stalled negotiations for another round of coronavirus relief to drag until the end of September, when government funds are set to expire. “I hope not. People will die,” she said. The House is currently scheduled to next return for votes in…

House Oversight chair introduces new bill to reverse organizational changes at USPS

A new bill aimed at reversing organizational and structural changes undertaken at the United States Postal Service by the new postmaster general was introduced to Congress Wednesday. The Delivering for America Act, introduced by House Oversight and Reform chairwoman Carolyn Maloney of New York, is the latest action over the agency’s cutbacks and slow mail…

Congress is quietly blocking arms sales to Turkey

Several members of Congress have been quietly blocking multiple US arms sales to Turkey as the Trump administration has still yet to impose mandatory sanctions on the country over its purchase of a Russian-made missile defense system, according to several congressional aides. Sources tell CNN that the top Democrat and Republican on the House Foreign…

Trump and top House Republican embrace candidate who promoted QAnon conspiracy theory

Top Republicans, including President Donald Trump and House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy, are embracing their party’s nominee for a House seat in Georgia, despite her history of racist and anti-Semitic remarks and promotion of the baseless QAnon conspiracy theory. Trump gave a full-throated endorsement of Marjorie Taylor Greene on Wednesday after she won a primary…

2020 Masters to take place in November without fans

The 2020 Masters will take place on November 9-15 without patrons or guests in attendance because of the coronavirus pandemic. Fred Ridley, chairman of Augusta National Golf Club, announced the decision on Wednesday, and called hosting the major without fans “deeply disappointing.” “Since our initial announcement to postpone the 2020 Masters, we have remained committed…

2020 Masters golf tournament to be held without spectators

November’s Masters golf tournament will be held without spectators. Chairman of Augusta National Golf Club Fred Ridley announced on Wednesday that the club would host the famed golf major on the week of November 9 – 15, but that the “potential risks of welcoming patrons and guests to our grounds in November are simply too…

She’s a great grandma to 88 and she just turned 100. This is how they celebrated

When you live to see your 100th birthday, even the coronavirus can’t stop the party. Julia Lee Kelley, celebrated turning the big 100 with a drive-thru birthday celebration, over the weekend. “Thank the Lord for allowing me to make it to 100,” Kelley told CNN. She has lived to see six generations in her family.…

DA in Rayshard Brooks case ousted in runoff after 23 years in office

Paul Howard, who handled the Ray Lewis murder case, Atlanta school cheating scandal and the police killing of Rayshard Brooks during his lengthy tenure, has been ousted as Fulton County’s top prosecutor. Opponent Fani Willis, who prosecuted cases for years in the county district attorney’s office, outpaced her old boss in June’s Democratic primary, but…

The Big 12 plans to play football in the fall

A day after the Big 10 and Pac-12 conferences decided not to play college football this fall, the Big 12 conference on Wednesday announced it plans to play. The Big 12 reaffirmed its commitment to moving forward with the fall football schedule, a slate which includes the iconic Texas vs. Oklahoma rivalry game known as…

Over 900 health care workers have died from coronavirus. A new database tells their stories

Of the nearly 165,000 Americans who’ve died from the coronavirus, at least 900 reportedly were health care workers. Now, the life stories of frontline physicians, nurses, clinical support staff and cleaners are being compiled in a new interactive database from Kaiser Health News and the Guardian US. So far, the news organizations have identified 922…

‘(Un)Well’ offers a sense of how searching for miracle cures might be killing us

“(Un)Well” brings an even-handed approach to examining miracle cures and wellness treatments, trying not to judge those who believe that bee therapy or essential oils can resolve what ails them. Watch closely, though, and listen to science experts within the six episodes, and it’s not hard to connect this quick-fix mentality to the current public-health…

Stephen ‘tWitch’ Boss comments on his experience at ‘The Ellen DeGeneres Show’

Stephen “tWitch” Boss, who has been the DJ on “The Ellen DeGeneres Show” since 2014, has addressed allegations from some employees about a toxic work environment at the long-running talk show. Boss kept his remarks to Us Weekly about the show brief. “We can’t speak too much legally about it, but I’ll say this, there’s…

Stephen Colbert, James Corden and Jimmy Fallon head back to studios with caution

Late night is cautiously leaving the house and getting back to work in what is the new normal. Hollywood has been anxious to return to work, and “The Late Show with Stephen Colbert” and “The Late Late Show with James Corden” have returned to filming in studio with Covid-19 precautions to protect the hosts and…

Sarah Cooper is getting a Netflix special

Sarah Cooper may want to send President Donald Trump a muffin basket. Netflix announced Wednesday that the woman who found fame turning Trump’s comments into viral videos is getting her own special. “Sarah Cooper: Everything’s Fine” is described by the streaming giant as “a variety special full of vignettes dealing with issues of politics, race,…

Stein Mart files for bankruptcy and will close most of its 300 stores

Discount retailer Stein Mart has filed for bankruptcy and plans to close most of its nearly 300 stores. The 112-year-old company blamed its failure on changing consumer habits and the pandemic, both of which “have caused significant financial distress on our business,” Stein Mart CEO Hunt Hawkins said in a release on Wednesday. Like other…

Romantic Cartier ad featuring two men stirs censorship debate in China

A Chinese advertisement for Cartier has reignited discussion about the country’s taboo around LGBTQ rights. The French luxury jeweler released a minute-long ad Monday to promote its wares — including its iconic Trinity ring — ahead of China’s Qixi Festival on August 25, the country’s answer to Valentine’s Day. The ad features couples in romantic…

Meat prices are finally falling — except for hot dogs

Americans finally got some relief in the grocery store last month as prices fell. Food prices overall fell a seasonally adjusted 0.4% in July, the first decrease since April of last year, the Bureau of Labor Statistics reported Wednesday. Prices of food for the home fell 1.1% in July, compared to an increase of 0.7%…

Why stores need to pay more attention to the air we breathe

During the coronavirus pandemic, supermarkets and retail stores have added a variety of safety features. Workers have been required to mask up and, more recently, most customers too. But most have yet to tackle what could be another important safety measure — changes to the systems that keep the stores hot and cold, and that…

Black women with natural hairstyles are less likely to get job interviews

Black women with natural hairstyles including curly afros, twists or braids are less likely to get job interviews than White women or Black women with straightened hair, new research shows. Participants in the studies, carried out by researchers from Duke University’s Fuqua School of Business, perceived natural Black hairstyles as less professional, and the effect…

‘People cannot be illegal.’ Ben & Jerry’s slams UK over its handling of refugees

Ben & Jerry’s is at it again. In a series of tweets Tuesday, the politically outspoken ice cream company derided UK Home Secretary Priti Patel’s attempt to crack down on refugees trying to cross the English Channel, suggesting it was inhumane and contravened international law. Patel wants to to stop “illegal” attempts by migrants to…

NFL head coach reveals he was infected with Covid-19

The head coach of the NFL’s Los Angeles Chargers tested positive for Covid-19, he revealed in the latest season of HBO’s “Hard Knocks.” “I can’t promise you you’re not going to get infected,” Anthony Lynn told his players at the top of the program. “I got infected.” The revelation was met with looks of surprise…

Peaceful Portland protesters will not be prosecuted to avoid ‘irreparable harm,’ DA announces

Portland prosecutors will not “leverage the full force of the criminal justice system” on protesters who gathered peacefully in the wake of George Floyd’s death, the district attorney said. The Multnomah County District Attorney’s Office will decline to prosecute cases against protesters in which the most serious offense does not include property damage, theft, threats…

Why people are split on using ‘Latinx’

Depending on which corners of the internet you inhabit, you might have come across the term “Latinx.” “Latinx” has emerged as an inclusive term to refer to people of Latin American descent, encompassing those who don’t identify as male or female or who don’t want to be identified by their gender. It’s been used by…

How to recognize Covid-19 symptoms in children, based on pediatricians’ advice

Are parents really supposed to be reassured by all this talk about “mild” cases of Covid-19 in children? What about the unfortunate “few” youngsters who have died or come down with a strange and severe associated illness? No parent wants to take the odds that their child might be the exception to the rule. “We’ve…

Pregnant amid the pandemic: The highs and lows

In early February, my partner and I discovered that I was pregnant. Looking back, that feels like one of the last big milestones of the Before Times — a wonderfully blissful and uncomplicated period. I’d skimmed a few headlines about a scary-sounding disease called Covid-19 but didn’t worry too much about it. The virus seemed…

Try this 5-minute yoga routine before bedtime

Having a morning routine to boost energy is a great way to start the day, but what if you wake up every morning knowing that your bedtime routine is really to blame for your lack of energy and focus? A good night’s rest isn’t just important for energy and focus; research has shown that it’s…

Britain finally has something ‘world beating.’ A deep recession

Britons woke up this morning to news that the UK economy shrunk by 20.4% in the second quarter, the worst slump on record and the biggest drop of any major global economy. The crash follows a 2.2% contraction in the first quarter, meaning the economy is officially in recession. The country’s finance minister, Rishi Sunak,…

Dr. Sanjay Gupta: Why I am not sending my kids back to school

One of the questions I am getting more than any other: Am I going to send my children back to school? As a father of three teen and preteen girls, this has been a constant discussion in our household, and it hasn’t been easy. My girls want to go back to school, and they are…

Sumner Redstone, billionaire media mogul, dead at 97

Sumner Redstone, a media titan and billionaire who, as chairman of Viacom and National Amusements, drew headlines both for his deal-making as well as his turbulent personal life, died on Tuesday. He was 97. At his peak, Redstone’s sprawling empire included CBS and Viacom, corporations that were the parents of a host of subsidiaries ranging…

Viola Davis proudly ‘owns’ her story

Viola Davis gave us all a gift in honor of her 55th birthday. The celebrated Black actress posted on social media Tuesday about the place where she was born. Davis put up a photo of the now-dilapidated home in St. Matthews, South Carolina, on her verified Instagram account. “The above is the house where I…

US has averaged over 1,000 coronavirus deaths per day for 16 straight days

Coronavirus continues to spread at high rates across the US South, Midwest and West, even as the total number of new Covid-19 cases has declined since a summer surge. Nationally, over the last seven days, the US is averaging just under 53,000 new cases of Covid-19 per day, down 11% from the week prior. As…

The Red Bull heir, a crashed car and the scandal that angered Thailand

Before dawn on September 3, 2012, a roaring black Ferrari struck a police motorcycle in downtown Bangkok, knocking the officer to the ground and dragging his body down the darkened street before speeding away. According to police, a trail of oil leaking from the sports car led investigators to the luxury home of one of…

UK crashes into deepest recession of any major economy

UK economic output shrank by 20.4% in the second quarter of 2020, the worst quarterly slump on record, pushing the country into the deepest recession of any major global economy. This crash in GDP in the April-June period, compared with the first quarter, is the worst since quarterly records began in 1955. Industries most exposed…

Russia’s unproven Covid-19 vaccine will be available to other countries by November, funder says. But safety concerns remain

Russia’s coronavirus vaccine will be gradually rolled out to high-risk people before a mass vaccination of Russians begins in October, the head of the group funding the research said on Wednesday. Russian President Vladimir Putin announced the approval of a coronavirus vaccine for use on Tuesday, claiming it as a “world first,” amid continued concern…

40 Confederate symbols have been removed since the death of George Floyd, SPLC says

At least 40 Confederate symbols have been removed from across the US since George Floyd‘s death in May, according to the Southern Poverty Law Center. From 100-year-old monuments to a state flag, a total of 45 have been removed or relocated from public spaces, the SPLC reported. And another 14 have been renamed, such as…

The city was at the epicenter of Europe’s pandemic. Now its soccer club Atalanta wants to ‘bring a smile’ back to ‘damaged’ region

In a city of around 120,000 people, television stations showed pictures of columns of military trucks transporting the coffins of Covid-19 victims down the empty streets of Bergamo, Italy. Lombardy, the region in the north of the country, became the epicenter of the coronavius outbreak in February. According to CNN, there have been 96,519 cases…

Colorado attorney general investigating whether Aurora police’s ‘patterns and practices’ are unconstitutional

Colorado’s attorney general has announced an investigation into whether the “patterns and practices” at the Aurora Police Department are unconstitutional. The investigation has been underway for “several weeks,” Colorado Attorney General Phil Weiser’s office said in a release Tuesday. The department has pledged full cooperation but said its police chief was only informed of the…

Another QAnon victory and 2 other takeaways in key primary races in Minnesota and Georgia

Democratic freshman Rep. Ilhan Omar, a member of the progressive Democratic “Squad,” prevailed in her fight to keep her seat in a Minnesota primary election on Tuesday, a victory for progressives as they seek to expand their power and influence on Capitol Hill. In Georgia, Marjorie Taylor Greene, a GOP candidate with ties to the…

Trump reverts to stereotypes as campaign fumbles to respond to Harris pick

It took President Donald Trump less than two minutes to reach for the word “nasty” as he reacted to California Sen. Kamala Harris’ historic selection as the first Black woman to join a major-party ticket. A few minutes later, the President added “meanest” and “most horrible” to his characterization of Harris and claimed she was…

Gray reef sharks form long-lasting social groups likely for hunting, study shows

We can’t quite say sharks can be friends, but new evidence is showing us that sharks form social bonds with others and can work together — to a degree. Gray reef sharks regularly meet up together in the same groups, according to a new study published on Tuesday in the Proceedings of the Royal Society.…

The history of the women nominated for vice president

With Joe Biden selecting Kamala Harris, the senator from California becomes just the third woman to be selected as the vice president on a major party ticket and the first Black woman to be nominated. Harris, a woman of Black and South Asian descent, ran for president in 2020 but ended her bid in December.…

Pompeo rebukes senior Democrat in dispute over watchdog firing inquiry

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo rebuked House Foreign Affairs Chairman Eliot Engel of New York in a lengthy letter following subpoenas issued as part of the Democratic probe into the firing of State Department Inspector General Steve Linick. In the letter dated Friday and released by the State Department on Tuesday, Pompeo said the State…

Kamala Harris, Biden’s running mate, spent career breaking barriers

Sen. Kamala Harris on Tuesday became the first Black and South Asian American woman chosen for national office by a major political party, when former Vice President Joe Biden named the moderate former prosecutor to be his running mate this fall. Harris, 55, has spent her career breaking barriers. In California, she was the first…

House Democratic freshmen in tough races growing agitated about failure of stimulus talks

House Democratic freshmen facing difficult reelection bids are anxious about the failure of Congress to reach an economic stimulus deal with the White House, worried that the logjam could have a devastating impact in their districts just as voters head to the polls in this critical election year. The members are calling for bipartisan talks…

Sarah Palin offers advice and congratulations to Kamala Harris

Former Republican vice presidential nominee Sarah Palin offered advice and congratulations to Sen. Kamala Harris on Tuesday shortly after the California Democrat was announced as former Vice President Joe Biden’s running mate. Palin was on the ticket with Sen. John McCain of Arizona in 2008, the second woman to be on the ticket of a…

Kamala Harris’ Indian roots and why they matter

Kamala Harris is a lot of firsts. Besides being the first Black woman on a major party’s presidential ticket, she’s also the first Indian American. Her mother, Shyamala Gopalan, was born in Chennai and immigrated to the US to attend a doctoral program at UC Berkeley. Like Barack Obama, a mixed-race heritage has allowed Harris…

Elijah McClain’s family files civil rights lawsuit against Aurora, Colorado

The family of Elijah McClain filed a civil rights lawsuit Tuesday against the city of Aurora, Colorado, in federal court. “Aurora’s unconstitutional conduct on the night of August 24, 2019, is part of a larger custom, policy, and practice of racism and brutality, as reflected by its conduct both before and after its murder of…

Philadelphia homicides second-highest in the country in 2020, police say

Philadelphia ranks second in the nation in the number of homicides so far this year, just behind Chicago, according to statistics presented by Philadelphia Police Commissioner Danielle Outlaw. As of July 26, homicides in the city had jumped 32% to 247, compared to the same period a year earlier, Outlaw told city council members at…

Former Victoria’s Secret mogul agreed to written deposition in Epstein accuser suit

Les Wexner, the former head of the parent company that owns Victoria’s Secret, has agreed to answer written deposition questions in a lawsuit involving Jeffrey Epstein accuser Virginia Giuffre and attorney Alan Dershowitz, but Dershowitz wants him to testify in person or on camera, according to newly unsealed documents. Dershowitz’s attorneys have subpoenaed Wexner to…

New York’s MTA is asking Apple to create a Face ID that works with masks

New York’s mass transit agency is calling on Apple to create a Face ID that works with masks in an effort to help slow the spread of coronavirus on the city’s buses and subways. Patrick Foye, the CEO of the Metropolitan Transportation Authority, sent a letter to Apple CEO Tim Cook — which was obtained…

Dr Pepper is the latest pandemic shortage

Add Dr Pepper to the list of pandemic-induced shortages. Like toilet paper before it, the popular soda is widely unavailable in some parts of the US. The shortages apply to every flavor, Dr Pepper said in a note on Twitter. The low inventory is the result of increased demand for the product, according to Keurig…

It’s a terrible time to open a restaurant. Here’s why some owners are pushing forward

Last summer, Adam Weisblatt signed a lease on a historic saloon in Pioneertown, California. Then the world changed. In March, states and municipalities began ordering restaurants to close their doors. Since then, many eateries have relied on delivery or takeout to stay afloat. Those that have opened their dining rooms are serving a fraction of…

GOP candidate who embraced QAnon conspiracy theory wins Georgia runoff, CNN projects

Marjorie Taylor Greene, a GOP candidate with a track record of incendiary rhetoric and ties to the baseless QAnon conspiracy theory, prevailed in a Georgia primary runoff, CNN projected Tuesday, a victory that puts her in a strong position to win a congressional seat in the fall representing a solidly Republican district. The victory will…

Joe Biden picks Kamala Harris as his running mate

Joe Biden has named Kamala Harris as his running mate, making the California senator the first Black and South Asian American woman to run on a major political party’s presidential ticket. This is a breaking news story and will be updated. ORIGINAL STORY: Joe Biden has selected his running mate, revealing to top advisers on…

Lifelike robotic pets are helping isolated seniors avoid loneliness

For some, limiting the spread of coronavirus has meant long periods of isolation. And for older adults — who are among the most vulnerable to the illness — that social distancing has come at a particular cost. The US is now in its eighth month of the fight against coronavirus, with over 5 million cases…

Food bank doles out tons of food as Texans, like many Americans, fight to feed themselves

American food insecurity is an under-told story amid the coronavirus pandemic, but as more people find themselves unemployed or underemployed, it’s a reality with which too many are grappling. At the North Texas Food Bank in Plano, government relations director Valerie Hawthorne sees up close the toll Covid-19 has taken on the 13 counties it…

Reopening schools and virtual learning: Experts offer valuable insight

Schools should record student temperatures when children arrive every morning, advised a group of experts from Stanford University School of Medicine, as part of a multilevel screening program for students and staff. As schools reopen across the United States and children attending school test positive for the coronavirus, getting students back to school safely continues…

NIH chief says politically motivated approval of coronavirus vaccine ‘cannot happen’

The director of the National Institutes of Health is putting his foot down. Doctors have worried that just before Election Day, President Trump might pressure the US Food and Drug Administration to approve a coronavirus vaccine before it’s ready as an “October surprise” to gain votes. “This just cannot be allowed to happen,” Dr. Francis…

Selena Gomez announces virtual movie premiere for ‘This Is the Year’

Selena Gomez is inviting everyone to a virtual premiere for her upcoming new movie, “This Is The Year.” Gomez and David Henrie star in the film which is Henrie’s directorial feature debut. Gomez is an executive producer on the film. Due to the pandemic the film has to have a virtual premiere. The movie is…

Boeing loses more jet orders

Boeing lost orders for another 43 jets in July. But that’s actually an improvement for the troubled aircraft maker’s order book. The latest canceled orders were for the 737 Max, its best-selling jet, which has been grounded since March 2019 following two fatal crashes that killed 346 people. But despite the extended grounding, Boeing didn’t…

TikTok picks the first recipients of its $200 million creator fund

TikTok has picked the first round of content creators to be on the receiving end of a $200 million fund designed to reward their top users and bring in new ones. The video app announced the new program on July 22 with the intention of supporting “ambitious creators who are seeking opportunities to foster a…

Cheese could drive a wedge between the UK and Japan in trade talks

Cheese exports worth less than $150,000 could be holding up a trade deal between Britain and Japan. Since Brexit, the UK government has struggled to replicate the trade agreements it once enjoyed with dozens of countries around the world as an EU member. Now talks with Japan, Britain’s fourth biggest trading partner outside the European…

Airbnb is reportedly close to filing an IPO

Airbnb is reportedly close to filing to go public, marking a surprise turnaround for the company that recently cut a quarter of its workforce during the pandemic. The Wall Street Journal reports that the home-sharing company is planning to file IPO paperwork with the Securities and Exchange Commission later this month and could be publicly…

A surprise ‘safe-haven’ investment has surged 180% since March

Bitcoin is on a tear: The price of one bitcoin is now trading just above $11,500, the highest level in about a year. Bitcoin has surged more than 60% in 2020 and is up more than 180% from its mid-March lows of about $4,000. What’s driving the bitcoin spike? Experts say much of it is…

New polls suggest slim Biden lead in crucial battleground of Wisconsin

Three new polls out this week find former Vice President Joe Biden leading or in a tight race with President Donald Trump in the crucial battleground state of Wisconsin. Trump won Wisconsin in 2016 by a very narrow margin — 0.77% — and that gave him the necessary 270 votes in the Electoral College required…

The Big Ten and Pac-12 won’t play football this fall, but the Big 12 reportedly intends to

After two premier college athletics conferences said they’d postpone fall sports including football because of the Covid-19 pandemic, reports say that another still intends to play football this autumn. The Big 12 Conference, following a meeting on Tuesday, still intends to have a fall football season, according to reports from Yahoo! Sports and ESPN. Both…

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