Trump Celebrates TikTok Deal That Falls Short of Key Demands

Trump Celebrates TikTok Deal That Falls Short of Key Demands

(Bloomberg) — The TikTok video-sharing app was already under U.S. scrutiny when users pranked President Donald Trump’s campaign by pretending to reserve thousands of tickets to a June re-election rally in Oklahoma. For Trump administration hardliners who wanted a tougher stance toward Beijing and viewed the Chinese-owned app as a national security threat, it was … Read more

Packers “definitely” are better this year

Packers “definitely” are better this year

The Packers have started 2-0 this year, after rollling up 43 points on the Vikings and another 42 against the Lions. After Sunday’s win, I posed a simple, direct question to Packers running back Aaron Jones: Are the Packers better this year? “Definitely,” Jones said, without hesitation. He explained that the team knows the offense … Read more

Woman accused of sending ricin letter arrested

Woman accused of sending ricin letter arrested

WASHINGTON (AP) — A woman suspected of sending an envelope containing the poison ricin, which was addressed to White House, has been arrested at the New York-Canada border, three law enforcement officials told The Associated Press. The letter had been intercepted earlier this week before it reached the White House. The woman was taken into … Read more

“Was Not Thinking Straight”: Andy Murray Opens up on Social Media Blunder During His Surgery

"Was Not Thinking Straight": Andy Murray Opens up on Social Media Blunder During His Surgery

The past 3-4 years have been tough for Former World No.1 Andy Murray. Multiple hip replacement surgeries had threatened to end his career, but the 2016 Wimbledon champ is back playing at the highest level. Andy Murray in action at US Open 2020. Mandatory Credit: Danielle Parhizkaran-USA TODAY Sports Back in January 2019, Murray had … Read more

A Louisville judge ordered the federal courthouse to close as officials are expected to announce a decision in Breonna Taylor investigation

A Louisville judge ordered the federal courthouse to close as officials are expected to announce a decision in Breonna Taylor investigation

Children play near a mural of Breonna Taylor on September 17, 2020 in Louisville, Kentucky. Protestors continue to gather to celebrate the life of Breonna Taylor, at Jefferson Square Park, in front of the Louisville Metro Hall. Brandon Bell/Getty Images Federal buildings in Louisville, Kentucky are set to close from September 21-25 amid the decision … Read more