The Tokyo Olympics are turning into a mess

On Wednesday the Japanese government announced it would be imposing a state of emergency in Tokyo during the Olympic games — a move which could lead to spectators being barred from watching events. The announcement comes just two weeks before the opening ceremony, which is set to commence

Khabib Nurmagomedov wins ESPY for best MMA fighter

Despite being retired as an active fighter, Khabib Nurmagomedov continues to add trophies to his mantle. On Saturday night, ESPN hosted their annual ESPY awards to celebrate the best athletes, moments, games and sports for the year that was. In the “Best MMA Fighter” category, Nurmagomedov—who retired as

Can the Habs Make Another Run Next Season?

The Montreal Canadiens put forth a valiant effort, but they were simply outmatched by a much more talented team in the Tampa Bay Lightning, who managed to become just the second team to win back-to-back Stanley Cups in the cap era. Despite the disappointing final result, it was a thrilling

Pruett’s cooldown lap: Mid-Ohio | RACER

After a flurry of 10 races in 12 weekends, the NTT IndyCar Series gets to take a well-deserved nap for the rest of July. With Mid-Ohio serving as the last race until we reconvene on the streets of Nashville — and without the traditional mid-July trip to Toronto on

Utilities, real estate shares nudge European stocks higher By Reuters

© Reuters. FILE PHOTO: The bull, symbol for successful trading, is seen in front of the German stock exchange in Frankfurt, Germany, February 12, 2019. REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach (Reuters) - European stocks inched higher on Monday as investors sought safety in defensive sectors such as utilities and real estate on lingering

Woori becomes latest major Korean bank to announce crypto custody services

According to a July 11 report from The Korean Economic Daily, the group’s banking unit, Woori Woori Financial Group has become the latest major South Korean financial institution to announce it will launch digital asset custody services.Bank, is partnering with Bitcoin-based fintech solution firm, Coinplug, to establish a digital

Sheepskin Parchment May Have Been Used in Legal Documents to Prevent Fraud

Document analyzed as part of the study. Credit: Dave Lee Sheepskin may have been the preferred parchment for use in legal documents in Britain between the 16th and 20th century based on its utility in detecting fraud, according to research publish in the open-access journal Heritage Science. By the late 16th