Collapsed FTX hit by rogue transactions, analysts saw over $600mln outflows

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Reuters UK

By Summer Zhen, Vidya Ranganathan and Elizabeth Howcroft HONG KONG/SINGAPORE/LONDON (Reuters) – FTX was engulfed in more chaos on Saturday when the crypto exchange said it had detected unauthorized access and analysts said hundreds of millions of dollars of assets had been moved from the platform in “suspicious circumstances”. FTX filed for bankruptcy on Friday, one of the highest profile crypto blowups, after traders rushed to withdraw $6 billion from the platform in just 72 hours and rival exchange Binance abandoned a proposed rescue deal. FTX Chief Executive John J. Ray III said on Saturday… Read More “Collapsed FTX hit by rogue transactions, analysts saw over $600mln outflows”

The Top College Football Matchups on Our Radar Today

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Sports Illustrated

By Richard Johnson LSU looks to build on its momentum, while TCU tries to continue its Big 12 dominance. Welcome to the regular season’s home stretch. There are just three weeks to go before conference championship games and the announcement of the four entrants in the College Football Playoff. League races are starting to take shape as teams begin to clinch. All times ET. Watch college football with fuboTV: Start a free trial today. NoonOklahoma at WVU (-7.5) Oklahoma’s rocky up-and-down season continues after a three-point loss to Baylor last week. This game should be gettable for the Sooner… Read More “The Top College Football Matchups on Our Radar Today”

Ohio State Players’ Reaction To Kamryn Babb Touchdown Going Viral

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The Spun

By Daniel Bates Ohio State wide receiver Kamryn Babb has faced a lot of adversity during his time in Columbus. But on Saturday, the fifth-year senior was able to have the moment of a lifetime. And his teammates were right there to share it with them. Babb was once a highly-touted recruit out of Missouri, but devastating ACL injuries kept him off the field in 2018, 2019 and 2021 completely. This week, he recorded his first catch on a beautiful fourth quarter touchdown: The moment began to go viral among CFB fans. “Best moment of the Ohio State season,” a Buckeye said. “You love to see it,” anot… Read More “Ohio State Players’ Reaction To Kamryn Babb Touchdown Going Viral”

Look: Fan’s Flirting Move Is Going Viral Today

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By Daniel Bates You’ve gotta set yourself apart in today’s dating World. And during Friday’s game between Detroit Mercy and Boston College, one fan used a different kind of flex to get a young lady’s attention: The college hoops World reacted to the fan flashing the Costco card on social media. “You work at Footlocker AND you have a Costco membership?” one user asked. “My Sam’s Club card don’t hit like this,” another replied. “This is a Kirkland Signature move,” tweeted Derek Thomas. “Girls don’t know how to act once I pull out the executive Costco black card,” another fan chimed in. “They’re … Read More “Look: Fan’s Flirting Move Is Going Viral Today”

Nebraska Coach Carted Off After Unfortunate Hit On Sideline

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By Daniel Bates It’s not often you see a football coach gutting through injury on Saturdays, but that’s just what Nebraska offensive coordinator Mark Whipple is doing after taking a tough sideline hit vs. Michigan. The 65-year-old got rolled up on and was clearly hurt on the play, but remained on the sideline and still called plays before eventually being carted to the halftime locker room. Fans reacted to Whipple’s injury on social media. “Hope Mark Whipple’s OK,” said Albert Breer. “That looked rough.” “Scott Frost waiting on the status of Mark Whipple,” one user tweeted. “I know we are upse… Read More “Nebraska Coach Carted Off After Unfortunate Hit On Sideline”

Collapsed FTX hit by rogue transactions, analysts saw over $600mln outflows

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Reuters

By Summer Zhen, Vidya Ranganathan and Elizabeth Howcroft HONG KONG/SINGAPORE/LONDON (Reuters) -Crypto exchange FTX was engulfed in more chaos on Saturday when the company said it had detected unauthorized transactions and analysts flagged that hundreds of millions of dollars of assets had been moved from the platform in “suspicious circumstances”. FTX filed for bankruptcy on Friday, one of the highest profile crypto blowups, after traders rushed to withdraw $6 billion from the platform in just 72 hours and rival exchange Binance abandoned a proposed rescue deal. The exchange’s dramatic fall fr… Read More “Collapsed FTX hit by rogue transactions, analysts saw over $600mln outflows”

From Harry Potter to Normal People, these are Ireland’s most stunning film and TV locations

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These days, a walk along the green coast of Ireland can bring a sudden feeling of deja-vu, paired with the sense that you’ve just walked through a magical landscape. It’s not just that the Emerald Isle has some of the most breathtaking natural wonders in Europe though. Over the years, Ireland – together with Northern Ireland – has become a prime film and TV location, especially for magical and historical tales. “Ireland is a country that is very into creativity and the arts, culture and music, so film fits right into that, whether it’s Star Wars and Game of Thrones – which are big blockbuster … Read More “From Harry Potter to Normal People, these are Ireland’s most stunning film and TV locations”

Dying lands: Farmers fight to save the ‘skin of the Earth’

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By Rod Nickel, Ayenat Mersie and David Stanway WINNIPEG/NAIROBI/SHANGHAI (Reuters) – In America’s dusty Corn Belt this spring, the land was drowning. In China’s Yangtze river basin, it’s bone dry. Farmers in both are fighting a losing battle to save the soil that produces our food. Carolyn Olson figures she did everything she could to protect her 1,100-acre farm near Cottonwood, Minnesota. She grows three-foot-high tall-grass buffer strips around her fields to protect the soil and in winter plants crops to provide ground cover. But torrid rainstorms in May washed away so much soil during plant… Read More “Dying lands: Farmers fight to save the ‘skin of the Earth’”

Dying lands: Farmers fight to save the ‘skin of the Earth’

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Reuters UK

By Rod Nickel, Ayenat Mersie and David Stanway WINNIPEG/NAIROBI/SHANGHAI (Reuters) – In America’s dusty Corn Belt this spring, the land was drowning. In China’s Yangtze river basin, it’s bone dry. Farmers in both are fighting a losing battle to save the soil that produces our food. Carolyn Olson figures she did everything she could to protect her 1,100-acre farm near Cottonwood, Minnesota. She grows three-foot-high tall-grass buffer strips around her fields to protect the soil and in winter plants crops to provide ground cover. But torrid rainstorms in May washed away so much soil during plant… Read More “Dying lands: Farmers fight to save the ‘skin of the Earth’”

Top 20 baby names of 2022: The most popular girls and boys names (including a new No. 1)

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Future parents, it’s time to start taking notes on baby names because the list of top baby names of 2022 has been released. And new for this year, there’s a new boy’s name atop the list. “Noah” took the top slot for 2022 while 2021′s “Liam” slipped down to the second slot. “Mateo” also jumped up from No. 11 to No. 5 on the list. Meanwhile, “Olivia” held on to the No. 1 name for the girls, as repeated from 2021. “Isabella” also moved up to No. 6 from No. 7, knocking down “Charlotte.” “Charlotte” was at No. 6 in 2021 but is now at No. 9. Gender neutral names that trended from last year held over… Read More “Top 20 baby names of 2022: The most popular girls and boys names (including a new No. 1)”