Ozzie Guillen now enters Todd Frazier-Adam Eaton feud: ‘Nobody liked you’

The origins of the Great Todd Frazier-Adam Eaton Feud are still a mystery, but Tuesday night gave some insight to what started it all. Former Chicago White Sox manager Ozzie Guillen, who figures to still have an idea of what’s going on in the clubhouse as an NBC Sports Chicago analyst, weighed in. “Eaton, nobody...
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Gov. Cuomo selling bizarre coronavirus poster for $14.50 — plus shipping and handling
ALBANY — Gov. Andrew Cuomo will be selling copies of his “New York Tough” coronavirus victory lap poster that he unveiled Monday. Cuomo advertised the sale in a tweet late Monday night reading: “The Sea of Division. The Boyfriend Cliff. The Sun On The Other Side. See it all for yourself. Pre-order the #NewYorkTough poster...
Coronavirus outbreak at Montana nursing home leaves 7 dead in a week
Officials at a Montana nursing home announced two additional deaths related to COVID-19 on Monday, tallying seven deaths in a week.
Turkey’s decision to convert Hagia Sophia into mosque strikes fears for other holy sites
Religious and political leaders are decrying Turkey's decision to make Istanbul's Hagia Sophia, known for its Christian origin and as the secular Muslim nation's most popular tourist site, into a mosque.
Doctors remove live worm from woman's tonsil
A woman in Japan got more than she bargained for after visiting the doctor with an irritated throat, as she was told that a worm was living inside her tonsil.
This time, Texas actually is in play
It finally makes sense to play to win in the Lone Star state.
NBA Allows Anti-Cop Slogans on Jerseys, Not 'Free Hong Kong'
Customers looking to purchase NBA jerseys with approved custom slogans on the back have found that the NBA store endorses anti-cop slogans, but "Free Hong Kong" was forbidden.
Larry Hogan lights into ex-mayor, Obama and more in blunt account of 2015 Baltimore riots
Hogan doesn't hold back criticism of officials he says either didn't help the situation or made it worse.
Lisa Rinna reacts to criticism over nude birthday post
The "Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" star turned 57 on Saturday.
John Nicolson’s cat photobombs Parliament meeting
Cat’s out of the bag — and into the shot. A member of the British Parliament went viral when his cat interrupted a virtual committee meeting discussing children’s television. “Rocco, put your tail down,” said MP John Nicolson, as the rest of the speakers laughed, in this awkward work-from-home moment.   Subscribe to our YouTube!
Daniel Snyder turned what could have been an epiphany into grudging resignation
Washington's NFL name change was the right call presented in the wrong way.
In David Mitchell’s splendid ‘Utopia Avenue,’ a ’60s rock band finds its groove
The London-set novel focuses on four musicians trying to make it big.
Olivia Culpo's boyfriend, Christian McCaffrey, reacts to star's Sports Illustrated Swimsuit cover
Olivia Culpo’s boyfriend is cheering her on.
New York, Connecticut governors add 4 more states to mandatory quarantine restriction list
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo and Connecticut Gov. Ned Lamont on Tuesday announced that individuals traveling to their states from Minnesota, Ohio, New Mexico and Wisconsin will be required to quarantine for 14 days — as the four states experience a recent surge in coronavirus cases.
Paige VanZant returns to her ‘happy place’ with UFC future in limbo
Home is where Paige VanZant’s heart is. On Monday, the 26-year-old fighter revealed she is back in Portland, two days after falling to Amanda Ribas in UFC 251 at Fight Island in Abu Dhabi. “My happy place,” VanZant captioned an Instagram story from her couch. VanZant, who is expected to test the free-agency waters, kept...
Remembering Naya Rivera: 'Landslide,' 'Smooth Criminal' and more of her best 'Glee' moments
Naya Rivera knew how to jazz up a scene. We're looking back on some of her best moments and performances as Santana Lopez on "Glee."
Divided Poland narrowly reelects right-wing President Andrzej Duda
High turnout amid a pandemic showed a thriving democracy, but the results highlight an ideological divide so deep the candidates couldn't even come together to debate.
Peacock arrives with a big archive and a few new shows (‘Brave New World’) that aren’t much to strut about
NBCUniversal’s combined Comcast powers are great for streaming reruns, but its Peacock originals are blah.
'Russia, Russia, Russia': Trump tears into Sessions ahead of runoff against Tuberville in Alabama
"I made a mistake when I put him in as the attorney general. He had his chance and he blew it," President Trump said of Jeff Sessions.
Ex-Mets pitcher Turk Wendell got death threats with Phillies
It wasn’t always sunny in Philadelphia for Turk Wendell. After the Mets traded Wendell to the Phillies during the 2001 MLB season, Wendell struggled mightily. He had a 7.47 ERA over 21 appearance for the Phillies that year while making roughly $3 million. He had an elbow problem that required surgery, costing him the entire...
Former Washington players speak out on name change: 'I'll always call them the Washington Redskins'
The Washington NFL franchise is on the search for a new team identity after retiring the Redskins name on Monday but not everyone affiliated with the team is on board with the change.
New Orleans shooting kills 9-year-old boy, wounds 2 teens
New Orleans police are investigating the killing of a 9-year-old boy in a street shooting that also wounded two teens,13 and 15.
Coronavirus outbreak in Michigan linked to Fourth of July lake party
Michigan health officials have warned the public of possible coronavirus exposure after a Fourth of July party at a northwest sandbar resulted in several positive cases. The Health Department of Northwest Michigan was notified of several individuals testing positive for COVID-19 after attending Torch Lake sandbar in Rapid City over the holiday. Those testing positive...
For Phoebe Waller-Bridge’s Birthday, Watch ‘Crashing’ on Netflix
If you're craving more Fleabag, watch Crashing. Then you'll be craving more Crashing.
The world runs on remittances. Covid-19 could end that for many
For the past ten years, Mirian López Aceves, 30, received money from her mother, who lives in the United States. But as the pandemic crept its way into the Western Hemisphere earlier this year, the monthly financial provisions that she depends on all but vanished.
Girl, 4, heartbroken over coronavirus shutdowns in viral video
We’re not having any fun, either.
China and Iran reportedly working on partnership worth billions for Tehran
Beijing would provide massive investments into banking, telecommunication, ports, railways - a huge boost for the Islamic Republic's teetering economy - in exchange for Iran supplying oil to China over the next 25 years.
Phytoplankton enhance Arctic Ocean's ability to soak up carbon dioxide, study finds
A new study from researchers at Stanford University reports massive blooms of phytoplankton have dramatically enhanced the Arctic Ocean's ability to soak up carbon dioxide.
Celtics send off Duke women's basketball coach Kara Lawson with emotional tribute
Boston Celtics players surprised Kara Lawson by her by wearing Duke Blue Devils women's basketball T-shirts before she left for her new job.
Benjamin Keough’s ex-girlfriend posts emotional tribute after his death
Keough — the son of Lisa Marie Presley and her first husband Danny Keough — died from a self-inflicted gunshot wound in California on Sunday.
Miami is now the coronavirus epicenter as cases surge, expert says
With more than 2,000 patients hospitalized and hundreds in Intensive Care Units, "Miami is now the epicenter of the pandemic," one infectious disease expert said, comparing the South Florida metropolitan area to the city where the pandemic originated.
People with disabilities protest amid threats of police brutality, COVID-19 discrimination
People with disabilities are protesting being deprioritized by health care workers amid coronavirus as well as being targeted by police brutality.
Here's why Donald Trump didn't end the mask debate
President Donald Trump wore a mask while visiting wounded service members at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center and people were very surprised since this is the first time he has been seen in a mask in public during the coronavirus pandemic. Chris Cillizza explains why this is so significant.
Amazon tells warehouse workers they can take extra time to wash hands
Amazon’s New York warehouse workers can take extra time to wash their hands during the coronavirus pandemic without being punished, the company said. Employees at the e-commerce juggernaut’s Staten Island facility recently received an email telling them that they won’t be disciplined for not hitting their productivity goals, following months of protests and a lawsuit...
Biden proposes plan to reach 100% clean electricity by 2035
Former vice president Joe Biden released a plan on Tuesday that calls for a carbon-free power system by 2035 and proposed $2 trillion in green energy spending.
The Atlantic Festival Goes Virtual September 21–24, Featuring Dozens of Events, Conversations, and Performances
The Atlantic Festival has become the preeminent live exploration of the ideas that shape a changing nation, featuring conversations with the people at the center of the biggest stories. This fall, The Atlantic will bring all of America to the festival as it makes the marquee event virtual and free to attend—offering four days of news-making interviews, performances, film screenings, and conversations about the seismic challenges the country is facing, and what comes next.The festival, taking place September 21 to 24, will be anchored by highly produced 90-minute evening headliner programs that will be streamed live. Just as The Atlantic’s journalism has been essential during the pandemic and mass protests over America’s long history of racist policies and practices, the Atlantic Festival will feature conversations about the political, cultural, and economic forces shaping our world. The festival will explore the theme of where we go from here and will also include specific topical forums on race and justice, education, small business, the future of work, and health care.The Atlantic’s live-events team will partner with industry giant Don Mischer Productions in producing the festival. Don Mischer Productions has been involved in many of the most-watched events, including the Academy Awards, Emmys, and Super Bowl halftime shows. In 2017, they produced the ABC special “Taking the Stage” for the opening of the Smithsonian’s National Museum of African American History and Culture.“The Atlantic Festival has consistently been an illuminating and news-driving event of national importance,” said Jeffrey Goldberg, The Atlantic’s editor in chief. “I’m very pleased that we’re able to bring our programming to a global audience this year, especially given the leading role our journalists have played in coverage of the pandemic, and of the national reckoning around race.”For the first time, The Atlantic is making all festival events free to access, and expects to draw audiences across the country and the world. Events will be streamed live on The Atlantic’s site and other platforms and will be hosted on Tame, an interactive platform that will let attendees seamlessly enjoy all festival events.Additional announcements about interviewees, events, and evening mainstage broadcasts will be made in the coming weeks. Registration will open at in mid-August. Members of the media should inquire directly with the contacts below for press registration information.Created in 2009 as the Washington Ideas Forum, the event rebranded in 2018 as the Atlantic Festival, increasing the breadth and depth of its programming to reflect The Atlantic’s illumination of the American idea, and its celebration of culture and democracy. All eyes were on the opening of last year’s festival, as Speaker Nancy Pelosi took the stage for an interview with Jeffrey Goldberg hours before announcing the impeachment inquiry into President Donald Trump. The 2019 event also included headline-making conversations with Senator Mitt Romney, General James Mattis, former U.S. National Security Advisor Susan Rice, YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki, and Disney CEO Bob Iger.The Atlantic Festival is supported by Facebook as the Founding Level Underwriter; Genentech as the Presenting Level Underwriter; Allstate, Eli Lilly, and U.S. Bank as Supporting Level Underwriters; and the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, ExxonMobil, John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation, and PayPal as Contributing Level Underwriters.
Dash Cart: Amazon's smart shopping cart knows what you're getting, displays your subtotal
Amazon has created a smart shopping cart that knows what you're selecting and can charge you for it without a cashier.
Joe Biden sets out aggressive plan to tackle climate change
Joe Biden's plan for rebuilding the economy hinges heavily on clean-energy investment and would rapidly reverse the Trump era's retreat on climate.
An indicator that presaged the housing crisis is flashing red again
A jump in mortgage delinquencies was among the very first signs of the housing crisis and the Great Recession that followed. And new data shows this leading indicator is higher than it's been in decades.
New York Lawmaker pressuring schools to remove ‘race-based’ team mascots
A state lawmaker has introduced a bill that would pressure New York schools to remove team names, mascots or logos deemed racially offensive — such as those with Native-American symbols and lineage. The measure from state Sen. Peter Harckham (D-Westchester) would require schools to remove any “race-based mascots” within three years — or lose state...
Peacock: What you need to know about NBCUniversal's new streaming service
Peacock, NBCUniversal's new streaming service, is ready to flaunt its colorful library of content and its attention-grabbing price point of $0.
Former VA Medical Worker Charged With 7 Murders In West Virginia
Reta Mays is accused of killing seven patients by injecting them with insulin. She worked as a nursing assistant on the night shift at a Veterans Affairs medical center in Clarksburg.
Dave Rubin: Charges against St. Louis couple would be 'indictment of the criminal justice system'
Talk show host Dave Rubin said on Tuesday that the couple who brandished their firearms in front of protestors were “protecting their property,” a move necessary amid the destruction of cities during the protests over police brutality.
UK parliament meeting hilariously interrupted by Rojo the cat: 'Put your tail down'
A virtual U.K. parliament meeting was hilariously interrupted by an unexpected guest.
Boeing got hit with a new wave of canceled plane orders
The flood of canceled Boeing plane orders has returned.
Bettors’ best win-total values for the 2020 MLB season
Betting on season win totals has long been a favorite of both recreational bettors and wiseguys. However, their strategies couldn’t be more different. While public bettors are biased toward big-name favorites and love betting on popular teams, sharp bettors search for value and are never afraid to take an unpopular position. Pros are also more...
Biden proposes $2 trillion for clean energy projects, calls for end to power plant emissions by 2035
Presumptive Democratic nominee Joe Biden on Tuesday proposed spending $2 trillion over four years on clean energy projects and ending carbon emissions from power plants by 2035.
What did our food look like hundreds of years ago? Art history may have the answers
Art works may help us better understand how our modern fruits and vegetables visually evolved, a new report says.
S.A. Cosby's 5 favorite novels about Black lives
Favorite books of S.A. Cosby, author of "Blacktop Wasteland," feature richly developed characters and reflect how Black lives are affected by systemic racism.