Alabama QB Tua Tagovailoa injures thumb at first spring practice
Quarterback Tua Tagovailoa, who famously sparked Alabama’s comeback in the National Championship Game against Georgia, got banged up in the team’s first spring practice.Coach Nick Saban noted that Tagovailoa suffered an injury to his throwing thumb.“Th
Chargebee raises $18M to help businesses manage subscriptions
The subscription model is growing in popularity as a way to monetize a service, netting in trends in SaaS, media, e-commerce and other verticals that are in search of more predictable, recurring revenues. Now, a startup built to provide a subscription platfor
After selling his company to Facebook for $19B, Brian Acton joins #deleteFacebook
Brian Acton, the co-founder of messaging service WhatsApp (which Facebook bought in 2014 for $19 billion), is now joining the chorus of the #deletefacebook movement. It is time. #deletefacebook — Brian Acton (@brianacton) March 20, 2018 A tipster alerte
Travis Kalanick is already back running a company with a $150M investment
Travis Kalanick, the former Uber CEO who was shown the door in June last year amid a series of major controversies, has already found his next leading role following his announcement of a new investment fund just weeks ago. Kalanick said on Twitter that his f
Historic hotel's bowling pavilion to become wedding venue
FRENCH LICK, Ind. (AP) - A historic southern Indiana hotel's century-old bowling complex is set for a restoration that will turn it into a venue for weddings and special events. Work will begin this fall on the West Baden Springs Hotel's former billiard and b
John Fox, who most recently coached the Chicago Bears from 2015-2017, will remain prominent in the NFL, only as an analyst.According to Richard Deitsch of The Athletic, Fox has been hired by ESPN, although his specific role is presently unknown.Sources tell
Report: Alex Cobb agrees to four-year deal with the Orioles
One of the last truly big names of the 2017-18 MLB free agent class is off the market. According to a report, starting pitcher Alex Cobb has signed with the Baltimore Orioles. Cobb, who had previously spent his entire career with the Tampa Bay Rays, will rema
Non-disclosure agreements for White House staff? Not so fast, Donald
It turns out that adult film actress Stormy Daniels isn’t the only one who’s been subjected to a legally questionable Trump-related non-disclosure agreement.
As of Sunday, we know President Donald Trump has bullied White House staff into signing expa
Murderer's rare disease could make his execution tonight in Missouri a 'gruesome and painful' affair
Russell Bucklew has been on Missouri’s death row for more than two decades. Four years ago, he was within a couple of hours of getting a lethal injection from the state of Missouri when the sentence was stayed by the U.S. Supreme Court. This was done while
Senate Intelligence Committee finally acknowledging the security of the 2018 election is in jeopardy
It's late, but better than never. The Senate Intelligence Committee released a draft summary of its review of Russia's interference in the 2016 election and recommendations for securing the 2018 election.
«It is clear the Russian government was lookin
Paul Ryan's desire to punish poor people outweighs his desire to help his own farm-state members
There's one big fix in the messed up tax law Republicans hurriedly shoved through last year that Democrats have been willing to work with Republicans on. It's the «grain glitch» which would give farmers who sell grain to coops dramatically lower t
New York city council, attorney general investigating Kushner company's false document submissions
Fresh off the latest revelations of the Kushner family's real estate company being, ya know, crooked, the New York City Council and state Attorney General Eric Schneiderman are both looking into that crookedness.
According to documents obtained by the tenan
Illinois primary preview: Two expensive and nasty primaries for governor conclude on Tuesday
Illinois voters go to the polls on Tuesday for their party primaries, and we have a lot in store. The main event will be the contest for governor, where Republican Gov. Bruce Rauner is trying to fend off a far-right challenge, and where three major Democrats
Polls close at 8 PM ET (7 PM local time) for primary night in Illinois. We have plenty of exciting races to watch, and our guide to the key contests can be found here.
The main event will be the race for governor, where Republican Gov. Bruce Rauner is tryin
US President Donald Trump today signed an executive order making it illegal for Americans to purchase any cryptocurrency issued by Venezuela.
The order prohibits US entities from engaging in any financial transactions involving the Venezuelan state digital cu
Venezuela slams Donald Trump for banning its cryptocurrency
Diosdado Cabellohe, vice president of the ruling United Socialist Party of Venezuela slammed United States President Donald Trump for signing a decree prohibiting Americans from using Venezuela's newly introduced cryptocurrency, Petro.Diosdado Cabello said th
Castroneves’ return to IndyCar form due to “using muscle memory”
In the classic Pennzoil livery that he and fellow Team Penske legend Rick Mears have made famous over the past 35 years, Castroneves lapped the 2.38-mile Barber Motorsports Park roadcourse in 68.3155sec. That left him just 0.3362 slower than leading teammate
Daniel Hemric to make Cup debut with RCR at Richmond
Hemric, 27, will pilot the No. 8 Smokey Mountain Herbal Snuff Chevrolet Camaro in his debut race. However, it won't be his first time behind the wheel of a Cup car. Previously, he participated in a 2017 test at the Charlotte Motor Speedway Roval for RCR an
Hackers gain access to 880K credit cards from Orbitz customers
Another day, another breach. Today, online travel agency Orbitz disclosed that hackers managed to get both credit card data and personal information (though no Social Security numbers and passwords) from users who made their travel purchases on the site betwe