Will an ‘unprecedented decline’ in carbon emissions help limit climate change?

Worldwide emissions of carbon dioxide are forecast to drop by about 8% in 2020. An energy expert calls it “a historic shock to the entire energy world.” Coal use has been especially hard hit during the lockdowns, as has natural gas use. The coronavirus pandemic has led to an “unprecedented decline” in global carbon emissions, … Read more

Said by Elon Musk, ‘Give People Back Their Freedom,’ Claims He’s Selling Possessions

Billionaire Elon Musk went on a Twitter rant on Friday, where he demanded “[G]ive people back their FREEDOM” and said that he was selling most of his possessions. In a tweet sent at 11:10 a.m. EDT, Musk said that he was selling nearly all his possessions and wouldn’t own a home. “I am selling almost … Read more

SpaceX Starlink Satellites Spotted Over Florida, Will Be Visible From Other U.S. States This Weekend

On Thursday evening, a train of SpaceX Starlink satellites was visible in the night sky above Florida, with several residents reporting seeing a string of white lights around 9 p.m. local time. Floridians posted images and videos of the satellite train on social media, with some even contacting local media outlets to report what they … Read more

Watch Live TV Free Every Night with Free “Happy Hour” by Sling TV

Many of us are looking for new ways to pass time as we enter what has almost been two months of sheltering in place to help stop the spread of COVID-19. While Netflix, Hulu, and the plethora of other streaming services seem to have unlimited content to be watched, there’s something about being able to … Read more

New Zealand health official claims ‘elimination’ of coronavirus as new cases hit single digits

New Zealand’s health official said Monday that the country has achieved its goal of eliminating coronavirus as new cases dropped to single digits. Ashley Bloomfield, New Zealand’s director-general of health, reported one new case, four “probable cases” and just one new death at a news conference Monday. Bloomfield said the small number of cases gave officials … Read more

Trump’s Coronavirus Response Approval Rating Drops 10 Points In Poll—But It’s Not Hindering His Reelection Campaign

Data released Tuesday by Emerson College Polling showed that fewer Americans believe President Donald Trump is doing a good job handling the coronavirus pandemic than they did only a month ago. In March, 49 percent of those polled approved of the way Trump handled the U.S. response to the coronavirus outbreak while 41 percent disapproved … Read more

New York Mayor De Blasio, Frustrated by Rabbi’s Funeral Crowds, Orders Arrests to Break up Large Gatherings

New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio, frustrated by a crowd gathered for a rabbi’s funeral in Brooklyn on Tuesday, ordered the New York Police Department to arrest citizens caught gathering in large groups amid the coronavirus pandemic. Hundreds of people turned up in Williamsburg, Brooklyn tonight to honor Rabbi Chaim Mertz who recently passed … Read more

Phil Jackson: Things You Didn’t Know About his Net Worth and more

Phil Jackson has become known as the “Zen Master” after implementing a series of tactics called “Zen leadership” to help craft his basketball players and teams. Jackson was a central figure in episode 4 of The Last Dance aired Sunday night on ESPN. Not only was Jackson the coach of Michael Jordan and the Bulls, … Read more

Californians Flout Social Distancing As Tens of Thousands Crowd Beaches Amid Heat Wave and Pandemic

Tens of thousands of people congregated at beaches in Southern California this weekend amid a heatwave and pandemic, with many ignoring the state and White House’s guidelines on social distancing. Orange County’s Board of Supervisors voted earlier this week to open some beaches and outdoor areas in preparation for the first heatwave of 2020. The … Read more