Schlumberger slashes 21,000 jobs amid COVID pandemic oil rout. Who controls when schools reopen? In Louisiana, local educators have the final say. Nicholls reckons with its namesake while embracing other changes. Louisiana businesses brace as unemployment benefits lapse. Terrebonne public schools to delay opening until Sept. 8.
Kyrie Irving commits $1.5 million for WNBA players skipping season. MLB season now in jeopardy: more than a dozen Miami Marlins players and staff members tested positive for COVID. NFL players who get COVID while away from team facility can face team discipline and risk of not being paid. Roger Goodell faces credibility test amid NFL’s latest hiring concern. It’s time for the NFL to guarantee contracts for all players. Can the NBA finish the season without the virus piercing the bubble?
Apple Glass concept shows why it’ll replace your iPhone. Elon Musk, blasting off in domestic bliss. The four tech power companies: they command global empires with power and wealth that make them more like countries than companies. Tech’s top CEOs will face Congress in antitrust hearing Wednesday. Zuckerberg to tell Congress Facebook’s success is patriotic. Google will keep employees working from home until July 2021.
Hideo Kojoima (Metal Gear, Death Stranding) could be working on a horror game. Massive Nintendo leak reveals secrets. Ghost of Tsushima: the political myth of the samurai. A white Series X controller appears online. Red Dead Online and GTA V Online to receive massive updates.
Here’s an update on your stimulus check. Senate GOP to propose cutting weekly unemployment checks from $600 to $200. Robert O’Brien has become the highest ranking official in Trump’s circle to test positive for coronavirus. Vaccine begins final-stage testing. A breakdown on 13 women who have been under consideration to be Biden’s Vice President.
On my run was thinking that one of the best things to happen to me growing up was playing sports, and the other was never winning.— Lindsay Crouse (@lindsaycrouse) July 26, 2020
I hated losing so much, but barely making the podium makes you find other, more creative, reasons to keep showing up. And to race against yourself.
Clippers guard Patrick Beverley has returned to the Orlando bubble after leaving for a family emergency on Tuesday, sources tell ESPN.— Adrian Wojnarowski (@wojespn) July 27, 2020
First look at 'Blade Runner: Black Lotus'— Culture Crave 🍿 (@CultureCrave) July 26, 2020
The anime series drops on Adult Swim in 2021 pic.twitter.com/hsWfsaLRKb
It’s Monday. There is no outro. The week goes on.