- U.S.Yahoo Sports
Trump can say what he wants, but the Gavin Newsoms of the country will determine when the NFL returns
The divide between what Trump and Newsom are saying underscores how challenging it will be for the NFL to stay on schedule this season.
- LifestyleMen's Health
The nutrient helps with immunity and recovery.
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Reese Witherspoon’s Shorts & Hoka One One Kicks Are the Coolest Athleisure Take on Dog-Walking Style
She is a big fan of this sneaker label, which has also found enthusiasts in Virgil Abloh and Pippa Middleton.
- U.S.USA TODAY
Samaritan's Purse, a Christian aid group led by Franklin Graham, confirmed to USA TODAY that it requires its personnel to sign its statement of faith.
The US government has possibly millions of chickens in secret locations laying eggs year round for flu vaccines. The exact number and location are a matter of national security. Here's what we know about the chickens.
In the most recent flu season, 140 million eggs could have been used for vaccines. And hens only lay a single egg each day.
- U.S.National Review
‘I Take My Personal Hygiene Very Seriously’: Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot Violates Her Own Quarantine Advice to Get a Haircut
Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot is facing backlash after she violated her own quarantine advice over the weekend to go to a salon for a haircut.Lightfoot defended her decision by saying that she is the "public face of this city""I’m on national media and I’m out in the public eye," she responded to a reporter. "I take my personal hygiene very seriously. As I said, I felt like I needed to have a haircut. I’m not able to do that myself, so I got a haircut. You want to talk more about that?"The controversy began on Sunday after a woman posted photos on Facebook saying she “had the pleasure of giving Mayor Lightfoot a hair trim.”Lightfoot insisted she is "practicing what I’m preaching" since the woman who did her haircut wore a mask and gloves.“I think what really people want to talk about is, we’re talking about people dying here. We’re talking about significant health disparities. I think that’s what people care most about,” the mayor continued.In a humorous video posted to Twitter as part of the City's "Stay Home, Save Lives" campaign, encouraging residents to remain quarantined, Lightfoot tells a friend on the phone that "Getting your roots done is not essential."“The truth is, 40,000 hospitalizations will break our health care system," she says towards the end of the video.After closing Chicago’s lakefront beaches and parks last week, Lightfoot reprimanded those who had gathered outside during the good weather.“Congregating on our lakefront, to be blunt, is going to create a risk that is unacceptable and could lead to death. That is why we are taking these actions and going back and saying again: dear god, stay home, save lives,” she said.Carlos Ramirez-Rosa, a Democratic member of the Chicago City Council, rejected the mayor's explanation for violating quarantine.“She is under no obligation to look good on national TV. She is under no obligation to book national interviews. But she is under an obligation to follow and promote social distancing in order to save lives,” Ramirez-Rosa, wrote in a tweet. “This is a bad example for our city.”Illinois Governor J.B. Pritzker said he had not had a trim since the stay at home order went into effect, joking, “I’m going to turn into a hippie at some point.”
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Coronavirus stimulus checks: 175 million Americans will start receiving funds 'this week or early next,' Larry Kudlow says
An estimated 175 million Americans will get stimulus checks with the first payments going out this week or next, according to Larry Kudlow, director of the U.S. National Economic Council.