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The Morning After: How and where to watch the Tokyo Olympics

The Olympics, a year late, are here. The official start is the opening ceremony on Friday, July 23rd, at 7 AM ET, but a few events have already kicked off. The softball and women’s soccer competitions began yesterday, but the first games aired Tuesday night on the east coast. Softball, men’s soccer and rowing are taking place today... go to Article >

How Evergrande Became Too Big To Fail And Why Beijing Will Have To Bail It Out

0 Days ago Politics Source: Feedproxy.google.com

How Evergrande Became Too Big To Fail And Why Beijing Will Have To Bail It Out While the world is obsessing with the fate of Evergrande, and more importantly when, or if, Beijing will bail it out, another just as interesting... read more

How Ivermectin Became The New Focus Of The Anti-Vaccine Movement

2 Days ago News Source: Npr.org

Through July and August, Julie Smith watched her husband Jeffrey get worse and worse from COVID-19. In early July, the healthy, 51-year-old outdoorsman had tested positive for the coronavirus. Within a week, he was admitted to the intensive care... read more

Is Regression Coming for Josh Allen and the Bills?

6 Days ago Other Source: Theringer.com

Getty Images/Ringer illustration A bleak offensive showing against the Steelers has sparked worries that Allen is reverting to his early-career self. But it’s a bit more complicated than that. It’s a hackneyed trope: the... read more

The Morning After: Microsoft lets you ditch the password

5 Days ago Tech Source: Engadget.com

Microsoft isn’t so much declaring war on passwords as bragging about a successful first strike against them. The Windows maker has announced users can now remove the password from their Microsoft account in favor of something that’s (hopefully)... read more

Futures Fall Ahead Of Another Disappointing Retail Sales Number

5 Days ago Politics Source: Feedproxy.google.com

Futures Fall Ahead Of Another Disappointing Retail Sales Number US equity futures slid, fading Wednesday's torried one-day rally, as investors awaited data on jobless claims and retail sales which are expected to show another... read more

Goldman Issues A Dire Warning On China's Property Sector

1 Day ago Politics Source: Feedproxy.google.com

Goldman Issues A Dire Warning On China's Property Sector No matter how the Evergrande drama plays out, whether it culminates with an uncontrolled, chaotic default and/or liquidation which sparks a crash in real estate values, or... read more

Reading Under the Whispering Door Made Me Want to Become Friends With the Grim Reaper

5 Days ago Entertainment Source: Popsugar.com

TJ Klune, author of BookTok favorite The House in the Cerulean Sea, is back with another whimsical tale filled with his trademark humor, peculiar characters, and profound lessons. This time, Under the Whispering Door (out Sept. 21) centers... read more

His Family Fled Afghanistan. In Turkey, Other Afghans Help Them Build A New Life

1 Day ago News Source: Npr.org

TRABZON, Turkey — They had reached the end of the road. Sitting on a park bench in this small Turkish city on the Black Sea, Sayyid Ali Hussaini held his 9-year-old daughter as she slept. His wife Mahbube huddled next to him as the hours ticked... read more

Couch: The sooner the Bears dump head coach Matt Nagy, the better it is for quarterback Justin Fields

3 Days ago News Source: Theblaze.com

One game into the Justin Fields era and this is already blowing up in the Chicago Bears' face. He has been in for just five snaps, and the city is worked up for more following 70 years of failure at QB in Chicago. But one thing is clear already:... read more

The Masking Of The Servant Class: Ugly COVID Images From The Met Gala Are Now Commonplace

6 Days ago Politics Source: Feedproxy.google.com

The Masking Of The Servant Class: Ugly COVID Images From The Met Gala Are Now Commonplace Authored by Glenn Greenwld via greenwald.substack.com, From the start of the pandemic, political elites have been repeatedly caught exempting... read more