There has been a lot of speculation about who will fill the Monday night football booth this year Once ESPN decided to move on from Joe Tessitore and Booger McFarland, but dropped names like Peyton Manning, it slowed things down a bit (especially when ESPN decided to keep things at …Read More »
Monthly Archives: July 2020
Fans have been sitting and waiting anticipating the new season of High school for much longer than usual. The COVID-19 pandemic stopped the season of the Clare Crawley show before it had a chance to start. But even though filming has resumed in a secluded spot, fans could get another …Read More »
ExxonMobil reported its biggest quarterly loss in history on Friday when the coronavirus pandemic reduced demand and oil prices. The Texas-based oil giant lost nearly $ 1.1 billion from April to June, as COVID-19 caused a historic drop in oil prices that hurt its production business. That came immediately after …Read More »
Pompeo insists that ‘the situation is changing’ in China at a controversial hearing in the US Senate.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – United States Secretary of State Mike Pompeo insisted Thursday that “the situation is changing” in deals with China, citing international support for Washington’s policies even as he expressed “dismay” at the number of countries supporting Beijing’s new security law for Hong Kong Reflecting mounting tensions between the …Read More »
The operator of the venerable Bronx Zoo, one of the world’s most famous wildlife parks, has apologized for two “inconceivable” racist episodes in the past, including the display of an African man in a monkey house in 1906. The Society for Wildlife Conservation, which manages the Bronx Zoo, plus three …Read More »