Anthony Shadid

Will Shipley’s eye-opening take on number of touches in Clemson football loss

Will Shipley played a heck of a game for the Clemson Tigers’ football team in their shocking 31-30 loss to the University of South Carolina on Saturday. Despite torching the Gamecocks defense to the tune of 132 rushing yards, it felt like the star running back could have had an even bigger day. Perhaps he […] The post Will Shipley’s eye-opening take on number of touches in Clemson football loss appeared first on ClutchPoints.

Senator Markey calls for an end to ‘failed Big Tech self-regulation’ following Musk letter snub

Senator Ed Markey of Massachusetts is calling on Congress to pass new legislation to rein in Big Tech companies after Elon Musk ignored an information request. “Elon Musk could respond to my tweets but failed to respond to my letter by yesterday’s deadline and answer basic questions about Twitter verification,” Markey . “Congress must end the era of failed Big Tech self-regulation and pass laws that put user safety over the whims of billionaires.”
New York Post

CNN claims Daylight Savings Time ‘disproportionately’ impacts ‘people of color’

A recent online article from CNN argued that Daylight Savings Time disproportionately affects the sleep and health of minority communities. The piece, published on Friday by CNN Health reporter Jacqueline Howard, argued that Daylight Savings Time often disrupts sleep, throws off people’s circadian rhythms and can contribute to general health problems.

St. Louis mayor Tishaura Jones quits Twitter over Elon Musk’s Ferguson tweet

She flew the coop. The mayor of St. Louis said she has quit Twitter, citing a now-deleted tweet by the company’s new owner, Elon Musk, that referenced the 2014 Ferguson protests. “The final straw for me. I’m out,” Mayor Tishaura O. Jones tweeted from her personal account on Thanksgiving Day, sharing a screenshot of Musk’s now-deleted post. On Tuesday, Musk tweeted a 12-second video of a closet full of shirts with the slogan #StayWoke at what he claimed was Twitter’s San Francisco offices. In the now-deleted follow-up tweet, Musk wrote the shirts stemmed from the 2014 protests in the town 20 miles northwest...

Australia explodes with joy after first World Cup win in 12 years

The eruption at Federation Square said it all. As far as feedback goes, pyrotechnics at 11pm more than 10,000km away is a decent barometer. “I wish I was there as well,” said Jackson Irvine. The midfielder is a Melbourne boy and a Socceroos fan from way back. As a kid in 2006 he was in Kaiserslautern to witness his country’s first win at a World Cup – that famous 3-1 result against Japan. Four years later he watched the 2-1 defeat of Serbia.
International Business Times

Iranian Protesters Confronted At World Cup Game

Iranian protesters and pro-Iranian government supporters confronted each other on Friday during the national team's Fifa World Cup match against Wales. The groups shouted and harassed each other, with some protesters saying their flags were confiscated, according to the BBC. Protests have been widespread across Iran since 22-year-old Mahsa Amini...

The implications of Michigan Football win over Ohio State

#3 Michigan football dominated #2 Ohio State this afternoon on the road. Michigan football used a 28-3 second half to pull away from the Ohio State Buckeyes 45-23 this afternoon in Columbus. The Wolverines won The Game for the second year in a row. Michigan has not defeated Ohio State in consecutive seasons since 1999-2000. Ohio State had won eight in a row before Michigan’s two-game win streak.

Lake Havasu City Hires Next Police Chief

Lake Havasu City is pleased to announce the selection of Troy Stirling as the City’s next Police Chief. Lake Havasu City Police Captain Stirling succeeds Chief Dan Doyle, who is retiring on Friday, December 16, after a 16-year stellar career with the Lake Havasu City Police Department. Lake Havasu...

Defiant, but Lacking Heat and Water, the Ukrainians Soldier on

Americans may be considering themselves very thankful this week for concert tickets, Black Friday Sales, or a bountiful Thanksgiving meal shared with family. But perhaps more than anything else, we can be truly glad for the simple things: like heat, lights, and water. This isn’t something that can be taken for granted in at least two European countries right now due to the continued Russian invasion of Ukraine.

49ers Notebook: John Lynch on what Christian McCaffrey adds, surprising O-line play

The San Francisco 49ers gave up a lot for Christian McCaffrey, sending second-, third-, and fourth-round picks in the 2023 draft and a fifth-round pick in 2024 to the Carolina Panthers in exchange for the star running back. General manager John Lynch acknowledges it was a lot to give up. However, it just speaks to how much the 49ers respected McCaffrey and what he could do in head coach Kyle Shanahan's offense.