Brian Kemp Slams Stacey Abrams for Something She Didn’t Do—but He Did

Photo Illustration by Thomas Levinson/The Daily Beast/Getty Georgia’s Republican Gov. Brian Kemp says he has a problem with boycotts, particularly ones related to Georgia’s new voting restrictions law. But apparently that repulsion to boycotts only applies to Democrats and issues he favors, because Kemp has personally proposed boycotts of his own. Kemp and his campaign … Read more

Earth’s Days Are Mysteriously Getting Longer, Scientists Say

Atomic clocks, combined with precise astronomical measurements, have revealed that the length of a day is suddenly getting longer, and scientists don’t know why. This has critical impacts not just on our timekeeping, but also things like GPS and other technologies that govern our modern life. Over the past few decades, Earth’s rotation around its … Read more

The Blockbuster Mega Trade Idea Of The Summer: Kevin Durant, Kyrie Irving For Anthony Davis, Russell Westbrook, Talen Horton-Tucker, 2027 First-Round Pick, And 2029 First-Round Pick

Credit: Fadeaway World This summer has been that has featured a lot of trade rumors. Much speculation has been regarding the futures of Brooklyn Nets stars Kevin Durant and Kyrie Irving. Ever since Kevin Durant requested a trade from the Nets, there has been no shortage of reports linking both stars to one franchise or … Read more

Five things we learned from spending five days with Florida coach Todd Golden on the recruiting trail

We recently published a two-part deep dive that got into the nitty-gritty — and lavish luxury — of what it’s like to recruit at a prestigious power-conference program. Florida coach Todd Golden allowed me to shadow him and his staff over a five-day spell for the entirety of the pivotal late-July live period. If you’ve … Read more

Erik Ten Hag’s Man United rebuild is off to a rough start, but club has to help by filling holes in the squad

6:21 PM ET Rob DawsonCorrespondent MANCHESTER, England — “Today we begin a new season and a new story,” Erik ten Haag wrote in his program notes ahead of his first official game as Manchester United manager. Except it wasn’t a new story at all. In fact, it was more of the same. After ending last … Read more

Artificial Intelligence: 3 ways the pandemic accelerated its adoption

The need for organizations to quickly create new business models and marketing channels has accelerated AI adoption throughout the past couple of years. This is especially true in healthcare, where data analytics accelerated the development of COVID-19 vaccines. In consumer-packaged goods, Harvard Business Review reported that Frito-Lay created an e-commerce platform, Snacks.comin just 30 days. … Read more

Demand for grocery delivery cools as food costs rise

Shoppers shop at a grocery store in Glenview, Illinois on July 4. US demand for grocery delivery is cooling as food prices rise. Some shoppers are shifting to less expensive grocery pickup, while others are returning to the store. (Nam Y. Huh, Associated Press) Estimated reading time: 5-6 minutes NEW YORK — Karen Raschke, a … Read more