Sometimes little nuggets of news, like buying a $36.8 million crib, get lost when you are busy winning an NBA Championship, being named MVP, and getting into… Read more »
Day: October 27, 2020
Dough See Dough! Trump Campaign Spending Almost All Remaining TV Ad Money Swing Dancing Through Key States.
If Donald Trump retains residence at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue in Washington, D.C., for another four years, it will most likely be because of his success in four… Read more »
After a chaotic night of unrest in Philadelphia, officials are taking no chances if things get out of hand Tuesday, as several hundred National Guard troops have… Read more »
For fans of Jon Stewart who miss his witty, acerbic and often spot-on commentary and view of the world, and who’ve wanted to see him back on… Read more »
Voter’s Remorse? Google Getting Hit With So Many “Can I Change My Vote” Searches Tuesday It was Peaking!
This is an important election, and it appears people are responding in a big way, with a record of nearly 60 million people having already cast their… Read more »
The global pandemic shut down a huge slice of American life, the NBA included, but its peripheral effects have served aging basketball players well. LeBron James, 35,… Read more »
Dad always warned you, “That’s how they get you.” Never one to miss a marketing or a business angle, Disney unveiled a new line of items as… Read more »
University of Mississippi Head Coach Lane Kiffin probably never thought a retweet would end up costing him as much as a new car. Following Saturday’s game between… Read more »
No news is most certainly not good news in the case of New York restaurants that expected Gov. Andrew Cuomo to expand indoor dining capacity by the… Read more »
As Halloween nears, “The Rock” took a lump and then went a bit vampire on his social media audience. Dwayne Johnson, the Hollywood star and former college… Read more »
The year 2020 just won’t end. Thousands upon thousands of Californians are enduring the effects of mandatory evacuations in Orange County, just south of Los Angeles, as… Read more »
The trend across social media toward battling misinformation continues, and now it involves one of the bigger stories of the century: the 2020 presidential election. And trying… Read more »