Delayed MLB start a boon to healed-up Yankees: Sherman

Delayed MLB start a boon to healed-up Yankees: Sherman

Never in major league history have teams been more challenged to keep players healthy. There will be the familiar strains and sprains, exacerbated by the unique environment of a spring training 2.0 condensed to three weeks. In a normal year, injuries, specifically soft-tissue injuries (think hamstrings, obliques) are highest in the first month of a … Read more

Trump’s two Russias confound coherent US policy

Trump's two Russias confound coherent US policy

WASHINGTON (AP) — When it comes to Russia, the Trump administration just can’t seem to make up its mind. For the past three years, the administration has careered between President Donald Trump’s attempts to curry favor and friendship with Vladimir Putin and longstanding deep-seated concerns about Putin’s intentions. As Trump has repeatedly and openly cozied … Read more

What does it take to make the perfect steak?

What does it take to make the perfect steak?

Three in 10 Americans are still planning a cookout this Fourth of July weekend, according to new research. A survey of 2,000 Americans found 49 percent of respondents have a traditional cookout day during the summer and for those respondents, July 4 was revealed to be one of the top choices (63 percent). Results revealed … Read more

Renault Announces Its Reserve Driver for the 2020 F1 Season

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Sergey Sirotkin will continue as Renault F1 team’s reserve driver for the 2020 Formula One season. The French team announced its decision to retain Sirotkin’s services for the current season, earlier today. Renault extend Sirotkin’s contract Ahead of joining the Enstone outfit, Sirotkin drove for Williams in the 2018 F1 season. The Russian only scored … Read more

Half Yearly Roundup: From Kangana Ranaut’s Panga to Taapsee Pannu’s Thappad, 10 Best Films From Bollywood in the First Half of 2020!

Half Yearly Roundup: From Kangana Ranaut’s Panga to Taapsee Pannu’s Thappad, 10 Best Films From Bollywood in the First Half of 2020!

What a weird year 2020 has turned out to be! Since March, theatres have been out of business thanks to the COVID-19 pandemic. But that hasn’t stopped the entertainment business, as the tragedy did provide a silver lining to the OTT players and independent cinema to shine. While the first quarter of the year were … Read more

Lynn Whitfield dishes on Oprah and the final season of ‘Greenleaf’

Lynn Whitfield dishes on Oprah and the final season of 'Greenleaf'

Lynn Whitfield’s relationship with media mogul Oprah Winfrey began over 30 years ago with their co-starring role in 1989’s “The Women of Brewster Place.” The actress was then featured alongside Halle Berry in the Winfrey-produced 1998 mini-series, “The Wedding”  before reuniting with Winfrey a third time for the OWN drama  “Greenleaf,” now in its fifth … Read more

Alphabet-owned Verily suspended employee bonuses to fund diversity initiatives

Alphabet-owned Verily suspended employee bonuses to fund diversity initiatives

Verily Life Sciences, the Alphabet-owned healthcare company, is suspending employee spot bonuses, as reported by Business Insider. The money will be funneled instead to fund diversity and inclusion initiatives. The move frustrated workers, many of whom have been working grueling hours on the company’s COVID-19 testing projects. In a letter to management obtained by Business … Read more

Advertisers are running from Facebook. What’s next?

Advertisers are running from Facebook. What's next?

At this point, the question isn’t how big the advertising boycott will get, but what will it actually accomplish. So far, it’s not exactly clear. While the boycott has already succeeded in wiping away $56 billion from Facebook’s market value (and making Zuckerberg $7.2 billion poorer), we don’t really know how much money Facebook will … Read more