Tiger Woods breaks silence on George Floyd
Although few in the golf world have had anything to say on the death of George Floyd, Tiger Woods broke his silence via Twitter on Monday night.
PGA Tour cancels John Deere Classic at TPC Deere Run
Golfweek reports that John Deere Co., didn't want to have fans at the popular event and risk a possible outbreak of coronavirus at a large gathering.
Grindr buyer reportedly has ties to Chinese owner of app
The investor group that’s buying Grindr has connections to the Chinese tech firm that was forced to sell the gay dating app in the first place, a new report says. Federal regulators last week approved Beijing Kunlun Tech Co.’s sale of Grindr to a company called San Vicente Acquisition LLC. The Committee on Foreign Investment...
Coronavirus mask rules could spur spike in bank robberies: regulator
The coronavirus crisis could make America’s banks an easy target for bandits, a federal regulator warns. Requiring people to wear face masks in public amid the pandemic creates a “very real risk” of a spike in bank robberies, according to Brian P. Brooks, the US Treasury’s acting comptroller of the currency. Brooks issued the warning...
Amid Pandemic, Crypto Crime Surges in First 5 Months: CipherTrace
Crypto intelligence company CipherTrace, which started tracking cryptocurrency crime a few years ago, said it has started to see coronavirus-related frauds that require some form of digital currency...
Coronavirus-Tracking App Angers Thousands in Moscow With Fines
The Social Monitoring app tracks users via GPS and sends them random notifications demanding a selfie to prove they're still at home. If it detects they've left home or they fail to provide a photo,...
Afghan testing lapse suggests growing and hidden coronavirus crisis
Fewer than one in 10 of coronavirus test samples collected daily in Afghanistan are being processed, officials said on Tuesday, and of those more than 30% are consistently testing positive, suggesting a high and hidden number of infections.
City of Tokyo issues stay-home alert after jump in new virus infections
The Tokyo government on Tuesday warned citizens to stay at home unless they had urgent business and to practise social distancing after recording 34 new coronavirus infections, the highest since early May.
Euro-Sterling: What to Expect into Summer
EURGBP is an important forex pair. Log in -- or sign up FREE -- to watch as our cross-currency expert revisits a recent forecast and uses "simple Elliott wave guidelines" to set price targets for euro-sterling for the summer months.
(Not a Typo) "Europe Has Been in a Bear Market for 20 Years"
It's hard to believe, but a key European stock index is still trading below its high from 20 years ago. That speaks volumes about Europe's social mood -- and the future of the European Union. Watch our Head of Global Research explain.
Last Hurrah: SeaWorld Has Agreed To Release All Of Their Animals Into The Wild, But First They’re Putting On A No-Holds-Barred, 12-Hour Show Where Absolutely Anything Goes
Get excited, animal lovers, because some news just broke that will likely cement today as a historic day for animal rights: Following years of public uproar, SeaWorld has officially announced that they’re going to release all their animals into the wild, although they’re going to put on one last no-holds-barred, 12-hour show where absolutely anything goes. Yes! After 12 hours of brutal nonstop may