- BusinessIn The Know
McDonald's has some explaining to do.
Tahj Mowry penned a moving tribute to Naya Rivera, as the search for the actress continues. "I still have faith. I still have hope. Let's please all pray that she is found and brought home," he shared
- SportsGolf Channel
Martin Slumbers admitted to being “fascinated” by Bryson DeChambeau’s beefed-up approach but reiterated his belief that distance gains need to be reined in.
- PoliticsAssociated Press
President Donald Trump on Sunday criticized a privately built border wall in South Texas that’s showing signs of erosion months after going up, saying it was “only done to make me look bad,” even though the wall was built after a months-long campaign by his supporters. The group that raised money online for the wall promoted itself as supporting Trump during a government shutdown that started in December 2018 because Congress wouldn’t fund Trump's demands for a border wall. Former Trump chief strategist Steve Bannon joined the group’s board and Trump ally Kris Kobach became its general counsel.
- PoliticsRunner's World
As more outdoor brands make masks, you now have plenty of breathable, moisture-wicking options to wear on runs.From Runner's World
- U.S.The Independent
An Ohio man who died of Covid-19 had repeatedly posted on Facebook about his scepticism of the outbreak – and a tweet containing a montage of his posts is now going viral.Richard Rose, 37, died at home in Port Clinton on 4 July just days after he tested positive for Covid-19. The montage of his posts spreading on social media, which has been viewed 3.5 million times, shows that he tested positive and was quarantined on 1 July, when he was already viewing symptoms.
The reality star is expecting her fourth child, a baby boy, this month