President Trump Bet on College Football to Help Win Key Swing States. A New Poll Shows Fans Aren’t Buying It

Going into the home stretch of the 2020 presidential election, President Trump has seized on an unusual political tactic: take credit for the return of Big Ten football to appeal to sports-crazy voters in key Midwestern swing states. When conference … Read more…

More than half of us are reusing disposable masks – and others aren’t being washed much

More than half of people who wear disposable face masks to protect against coronavirus are using them multiple times, while those who opt for reusable coverings are not washing them regularly, the government’s top scientific advisers have found. Tech News – … Read more…

FBI and police departments say wildfire conspiracy theories spreading on Facebook aren’t true

As wildfires devastate the West Coast, the FBI and local officials in California, Oregon, and Washington are also fighting the spread of something else: rampant misinformation. Conspiracy theories about the wildfires are quickly spreading on Facebook. While they vary, most … Read more…

New Covid-19 cases are declining across the US, official says, but that could quickly change if people aren’t careful

States across the US are now seeing a decline in coronavirus cases, a US top official said this week, though he warned things could quickly change again if Americans aren’t careful. CNN.com – RSS Channel – App Health Section SPECIAL … Read more…

Pandemic Expert: U.S. Schools Aren’t Ready To Open Due To COVID-19 | The 11th Hour | MSNBC

The 11th Hour with Brian Williams | MSNBC SPECIAL NEWS BULLETIN: Click today to request your free ACRX discount prescription card and save up to 80% off of your medicine! SPECIAL DONATION REQUEST UPDATE: Please help American Consultants Rx achieve … Read more…

Face masks often aren’t enough to defeat facial recognition, study finds

Well, there goes the tiniest privacy silver lining on that otherwise dark coronavirus cloud.  A new study from the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) found that many commercially available facial-recognition systems are still able to correctly identify people … Read more…

College basketball coaches wait for next shoe to drop: ‘The feeling is we aren’t going to play nonconference’

The Ivy League will not be back on the court until December, at the earliest. Coaches throughout men’s college basketball wonder if similar pandemic-influenced decisions are coming for their leagues. www.espn.com – NCB BEST DEAL UPDATE:

Must Read: Patrick Starrr to Launch Makeup Brand, Why Black Beauty Supply Stores Aren’t Always Black-Owned

These are the stories making headlines in fashion on Friday. Beauty influencer Patrick Starrr announces forthcoming cosmetics brandPatrick Starrr, in joint venture with incubator Luxury Brand Partners, will be launching his own color cosmetics brand, ONE/SIZE on July 17. It … Read more…

Must Read: ‘Harper’s Bazaar’ Highlights ‘Voices of Hope’, Luxury Brands Aren’t Giving up on Fashion Month

These are the stories making headlines in fashion on Wednesday. Harper’s Bazaar highlights ‘Voices of Hope’For the summer issue of Harper’s Bazaar, the glossy has chosen to highlight the work of women fighting for change, whether it be racial justice or … Read more…

Why Prince William and Kate Middleton Aren’t Sending Princess Charlotte Back to School This Summer

Prince William and Kate Middleton are “considering” keeping Princess Charlotte at home during the summer when school is expected to reopen, according to The Sunday Times. The Duke… E! Online (US) – Top Stories BEST DEAL UPDATE:

Biden walks back suggestion that black voters who aren’t already supporting him ‘ain’t black’

The former vice president made the remarks during a contentious exchange on the radio show “The Breakfast Club.” Politics SPECIAL NEWS UPDATE: Click today to request your free ACRX discount prescription card and save up to 80% off of your … Read more…