Musk Promises a Working Humanoid Robot in September

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By Luc Olinga The CEO of Tesla has often made big promises. But he doesn’t always hold to them. Elon Musk built Tesla (TSLA) – Get Tesla Inc Report with spectacular promises. This is his strength, say his admirers. It’s his visionary side, they say, applauding. But If he has kept some of these commitments, they were often not on time. It would be reasonable to say that the billionaire has almost always been late compared with the schedule he he’d laid out. And one of his key promises has yet to materialize: autonomous vehicles. Musk had promised that Tesla cars would be self-driving in 2018. “… Read More “Musk Promises a Working Humanoid Robot in September”

Russell Wilson Getting Roasted Over Video Posted by Broncos

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By Jelani Scott The viral clip adds to what has been an entertaining arrival in Denver for the former Seahawks QB. With the start of the 2022 NFL season approaching, teams around the league will begin ramping up their promotion in the coming months as they welcome in a new campaign. On Thursday, the Broncos social media team decided to peel the curtain back on one of those projects and let fans in on a video shoot with Russell Wilson. The 24-second clip showed the veteran quarterback in uniform going through various takes delivering the line, “Broncos Country, let’s ride,” the now infamous cat… Read More “Russell Wilson Getting Roasted Over Video Posted by Broncos”

Notre Dame Officially Changes Lyrics to ‘Victory March’

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By Madison Williams The university has added “daughters” to commemorate the 50th anniversary of women being enrolled in the school. View the original article to see embedded media. The University of Notre Dame has officially changed the lyrics to its fight song, “Victory March,” after 114 years. Previously, the lyrics said “While her loyal sons are marching onward to victory.” Now, the lyrics say “While her loyal sons and daughters march on to victory.” Notre Dame posted an announcement on Friday morning with a video of various fans singing the fight song. The song only mentioned men before du… Read More “Notre Dame Officially Changes Lyrics to ‘Victory March’”

Guns now the leading cause of death for children as firearm-related fatalities soar in US

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CHICAGO — As a mother who lost a son to Chicago’s pervasive gun violence, Maria Pike was not shocked to learn that firearm-related deaths have spiked across the U.S. during the COVID-19 pandemic, becoming the leading cause of death for children and young adults. “It does not surprise me at all, because Congress has denied us the right to protect our own children, which is unconscionable,” said Pike, 68, whose son Ricky, 24, was shot and killed while parking his car in the city’s Logan Square neighborhood in 2012. “I was one of those clingy moms who didn’t want her son to move out of the house,… Read More “Guns now the leading cause of death for children as firearm-related fatalities soar in US”

Cooper Kupp Open to Rams Bringing Back Odell Beckham Jr.

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By Daniel Chavkin The Super Bowl MVP had a lot of praise for his former teammate. View the original article to see embedded media. Odell Beckham Jr. is still a free agent, and while he has been linked to possibly returning the the Rams, it is still up in the air where he will play next season. While Beckham waits to make his decision, one of his former teammates is publicly praising him. Cooper Kupp went on ESPN’s First Take to explain the impact Beckham had on the team last year. “What he was able to do coming into this offense, learning it and then being able to go and execute the way he did… Read More “Cooper Kupp Open to Rams Bringing Back Odell Beckham Jr.”

Netflix Changes The Way It Measures Ratings

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By Michael Tedder Here’s why ‘Stranger Things’ will officially be its biggest show ever. On the recent season finale of “Saturday Night Live,” Natasha Lyonne was hosting, ostensibly to promote the second season of her buzzy Netflix hit “Russian Doll.” But she couldn’t help but poke a little fun, noting she was there to represent two things few people “want to be associated with anymore: Russia and Netflix.” So yeah, Netflix (NFLX) – Get Netflix, Inc. Report is having a bad year. It’s laid off 2% of its workforce, it lost 200,000 global subscribers in the first quarter of the year, and the comp… Read More “Netflix Changes The Way It Measures Ratings”

How To Earn Passive Income In Crypto

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One concept new crypto investors have a hard time wrapping their heads around is the idea that you can earn passive income in crypto. Thanks to the blockchain, crypto is home to some of the World’s fastest-growing, most innovative tech businesses… and it’s only getting started. But let’s use stocks as an analogy for a second… Q1 2022 hedge fund letters, conferences and more In the stock market, you can either invest in tiny, speculative, high-upside stocks. OR you can invest in dividend-paying stocks to earn income. You can’t do both in the same investment. That combination simply doesn’t exis… Read More “How To Earn Passive Income In Crypto”

Britain is partying for the Jubilee. What’s next for the monarchy?

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London (tca/dpa) — It’s been billed as the party of all parties, a star-studded four-day celebration of Britain’s longest-reigning monarch for her 96th birthday and 70 years on the throne. But the Platinum Jubilee of Queen Elizabeth II, which has snarled traffic around Buckingham Palace, given Britons an extra-long weekend and will offer up performances by American, Irish and British stars — Diana Ross and Alicia Keys among them — has also underlined the question of what happens next for a monarchy seemingly inseparable from its aging head. As wall-to-wall live coverage began Thursday of the P… Read More “Britain is partying for the Jubilee. What’s next for the monarchy?”

Virginia Beach: Sunny paradise a stone’s throw from Washington DC

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Chris Pace stands in the shallow water, fully focused. He has rubber boots on, but they’re filling up from the top – after all he’s standing waist-deep in an outcrop of the Chesapeake Bay in Virginia Beach. Pace fishes around in the salty water until he gets a hold of the large, algae-covered cage. He hoists it onto his small boat. “I put the young oysters in here about a year ago,” says Pace, who owns the Lynnhaven River Oyster Company. Now he has to check on them regularly. It takes about 16 months for the shellfish to be ready to sell to restaurants and fishmongers in the area. It goes with… Read More “Virginia Beach: Sunny paradise a stone’s throw from Washington DC”

Have You Tried DC’s Next Big Fried Chicken Spot?

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By Emily Monaco To keep tabs on every D.C. restaurant and bar opening is folly. But to keep tabs on the most worthy? Yeoman’s work, and we’re proud to do it. Thus we present Table Stakes, a monthly rundown of the five (or so) must-know spots that have swung wide their doors in the past 30 (or so). Let’s eat. From grab-and-go options to a fried chicken joint complete with a Michelin-starred team (and its own backyard-style dining area), D.C.’s newest arrivals are nothing if not enticing. And that’s not even including a new speakeasy with Mediterranean-inspired mezze or a hotel restaurant servin… Read More “Have You Tried DC’s Next Big Fried Chicken Spot?”