Cormier recalled that his phone was blowing up with texts from friends early that morning with messages that sounded like they were celebrating, but Cormier said that “he didn’t celebrate because you shouldn’t dance on someone’s grave in their darkest moments.” … [Read more...] about Daniel Cormier says UFC ‘needs to save’ Jon Jones after latest arrest
“The good news is I never had a fever again, the bad news is I still didn’t feel right,” he continued. “Since then, my doctor told me that these symptoms are commonly associated with what’s called post-viral inflammation and it’s part of our body’s natural recovery process. For me, this lasted on and off for a couple of days, but I’m told in people it can last up to a few weeks.” … [Read more...] about Daniel Dae Kim reveals he had a coronavirus ‘setback’ after announcing he was feeling better
“Yesterday, having already taken steps to reduce costs,” Levy said on the club website on Tuesday, “we ourselves made the difficult decision –- in order to protect jobs -– to reduce the remuneration of all 550 non-playing directors and employees for April and May by 20% utilizing, where appropriate, the government’s furlough scheme. We shall continue to review this position.” … [Read more...] about Tottenham announces salary cuts as chair’s pay rise emerges
“[I]t’s a problem of an oil price war in the middle of a constricting market when the walls are closing in. Normally demand would solve the problem in a way, because you would have lower prices that act like a tax cut and it would be a stimulus. But not in this case because of the freezing up of economic activity.” … [Read more...] about COVID-19 will slow the global shift to renewable energy, but can’t stop it
U.S. Judge Charles F. Lettow found the Army Corps liable for knowingly and intentionally taking possession of thousands of upstream properties to contain the water in the reservoirs following the epic downpour. Using some of the same technical data on Tuesday, U.S. Judge Loren A. Smith issued an unwavering ruling noting that while he had sympathy for downstream victims, Harvey had been an act of God. No one is guaranteed perfect flood control, Smith wrote, and any damage from accumulated floodwater released from the dams was not the government’s fault. … [Read more...] about Why did upstream win and downstream lose when it came to lawsuits over Harvey flooding in the Houston area?