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    The list of active billionaire athletes has now doubled with the long-anticipated addition of golf legend Tiger Woods. Just days after Forbes estimated LeBron James's net worth to be north of $1 billion, the financial news outlet is now pegging Woods's fortune at more than $1.7 billion, including winnings, endorsements and other investments. Remarkably, Woods reached the billion-dollar plateau without taking money from the Saudi-backed LIV Golf Invitational Series, which pried rival Phil Mickelson away from the PGA Tour with a reported $200 million contract. That tour was prepared to give Woods a 'mind-blowingly enormous [deal],' LIV Golf CEO Greg Normal told the Washington Post: 'We're talking about high nine digits.' Woods and James joined another Nike-endorsed athlete, Michael Jordan, as the only athletes – active or retired – with billion-dollar fortunes. The list of active billionaire athletes has now doubled with the addition of Tiger Woods Woods (right) joins fellow Nike-spokesman Michael Jordan (left) in the billionaire athlete club Much of Woods's wealth comes from brands he's endorsed, like Buick. However, the car maker actually severed ties with Woods...
    TRY and take a stab at figuring out what's happening in this mind-bending picture where two co-workers are seemingly hugging and laughing. Although it's clear what's happening, people can't quite figure out what body belongs to who. 1Can you figure out what's happening in this photo?Credit: Twitter In this photo, which was originally posted on Twitter, someone said: "At first I thought he was wearing heels." And at first glance, it looks like the man really is. In fact, the woman is seemingly wearing a pink plaid shirt while the man hugs her from behind while rocking white pants and heels. But your eyes are playing tricks with your brain – and you aren't alone. Read More Optical IllusionsOUT OF LINE Mind-boggling optical illusion challenges you to find animal among the linesTRUST ISSUES What you see in this optical illusion will reveal if you trust people or not After the photo was uploaded, many were confused as well. One person wrote: "Yo, you don’t know how long I stared at this photo like 'he is wearing them...
    In a deeply disappointing but unsurprising turn of events, the Florida Senate passed the hateful, discriminatory “Don’t Say Gay” bill on Tuesday, March 8, with a vote of 22-17, almost but not entirely along party lines. The bill pretends to be about “parental rights” but is actually about stamping out LGBTQ+ identities, people, and histories from public school classrooms. There is no benefit to the bill. It will only push students (as well as teachers and other school staff) into the closet. It will only lead to increased shame, anxiety, and internalized queerphobia. Of course, Republican Gov. Ron DeSantis has signaled support for the bill. He has not explicitly pledged to sign it, but as it heads to his desk, it’s more than likely he will sign it into law. If he does, the law would go into effect on July 1, 2022. At this point the legislation feels nearly inevitable, but it’s still important to slow down and hold supporters accountable for moving this hate along. After all, these people should be accountable for their views—including during our next election cycles. Bill...
    President Biden on Wednesday shot down reports that his administration has been in talks for possible settlements of up to $450,000 for family separation victims who have sued the federal government over the inhumane and traumatic policy. “’$450,000 per person? Is that what you’re saying?’ Mr. Biden said when asked by Fox News reporter Peter Doocy about the payments,” The New York Times reported. “That’s not going to happen.” The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU), which launched lawsuits to block the policy and seek compensation for traumatized victims, swiftly responded, saying the president “may not have been fully briefed” about Justice Department actions. “But if he follows through on what he said, the president is abandoning a core campaign promise to do justice for the thousands of separated families.” “We respectfully remind President Biden that he called these actions ‘criminal’ in a debate with then-President Trump, and campaigned on remedying and rectifying the lawlessness of the Trump administration,” ACLU Executive Director Anthony D. Romero continued in the statement Wednesday. “We call on President Biden to right the wrongs of this national tragedy.” CNN and The Wall Street Journal had reported officials were in...
    Saweetie Stares Down Halle Berry in a Catwoman Costume and Heeled Boots on TikTok Heat vs. Hornets odds, line, spread: 2021 NBA picks, Oct. 29 predictions from model on 103-68 roll © Kathy Willens/AP Images Kyrie Irving. Kathy Willens/AP Images Nets owner hasn't spoken to Kyrie Irving since the team told him he could not play until vaccinated. Irving could not play in New York because of vaccine mandates. Other Nets don't sound hopeful of Irving changing his mind, as his absence continues. Missing his team's first five games doesn't appear to have changed Kyrie Irving's mind on getting the COVID-19 vaccine. Due to New York City's vaccine mandates, Irving wouldn't be allowed to play home games with the Brooklyn Nets. The organization then decided not to let him play road games, either, saying they didn't want to allow a part-time player. While Irving could receive the vaccine at any time and re-join the Nets, it doesn't sound like that's in the cards. In an interview with ESPN's Ohm Youngmisuk, Nets owner Joe Tsai said he hasn't...
    Senate Minority Leader Sen. Mitch McConnell of Kentucky (C), Sen. John Barrasso of Wyoming (L) and Senate Minority Whip Sen. John Thune of South Dakota (R) arrive at a news briefing at the U.S. Capitol on July 27, 2021. The only joy Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell likely got this week from casting a vote in favor of a $1 trillion infrastructure bill was knowing how much it would fry Donald Trump, who has repeatedly tried and failed to derail the deal he was never able to strike.  Trump, ever the statesmen, responded in kind. In perhaps the truest statement Trump has ever made, he groused, “I have quietly said for years that Mitch McConnell is the most overrated man in politics—now I don’t have to be quiet anymore." Trump also chided McConnell for “working so hard to give Biden a victory.” It wasn't Trump's first attack on the deal. Last weekend, the twice-impeached two-time popular vote loser threatened Republicans who voted for the bill.  "It will be very hard for me to endorse anyone foolish enough to vote in favor of...
    December wholesale prices up 0.3% with sharp jump in energy Biden urges swift action on giant aid plan with Republicans wary Todd Bowles needs to finally figure out the Saints offense if the Bucs are going to have any chance The Buccaneers defense has been a top-five unit for two years running now, but you wouldn’t know it watching their matchups with the Saints. Defensive coordinator Todd Bowles just can’t seem to figure out Sean Payton’s offense. The Bucs are 0-4 against New Orleans since Bowles took over the defense and they’re giving up an average of 34.3 points per game. © Provided by For The Win That will have to change if Tampa Bay is going to get through the Divisional Round game against New Orleans on Sunday night. In the last game, a Week 9 win for the Saints, Tampa Bay ceded 38 points. Bowles was criticized for his plan in that game — we saw a lot of spot drop zone behind three-man lines as opposed to some of his more creative looks — but I’m...
    Not all of Halloween is canceled in Colorado in 2020, even if most people are still trying to figure out what the holiday is going to look like during a pandemic that's already causing nightmares. With COVID-19 limiting our ability to get together, many people are on the hunt for safe events to celebrate the spooky season. Lucky for them, there are still plenty of haunted attractions this year, from corn mazes to drive-ins, all with social distancing and health guidelines in place. Here are ten things to do to celebrate Halloween in Denver and beyond this year. Denver Botanic Gardens Corn Maze Chatfield Farms, 8500 West Deer Creek Canyon Road, Littleton Fridays through Sundays, through October 31 For those interested in celebrating the changing season, a corn maze is a perfect activity. The Denver Botanic Gardens Chatfield Farms location will have a seven-acre corn maze available for the public. There will also be a mini maze for children, and visitors will have the opportunity to pick out a pumpkin from the ten-acre pumpkin patch as well....
    Like many others, Lauren Drain has been itching to travel amid the COVID-19 pandemic. On Monday evening, the model and fitness coach took to her social media page to share a scorching new photo as she longed for more travel-filled days ahead. The photo captured her posed outside on a day when there was a covering of cloud overhead. The sunshine peeked its head through and illuminated the multi-colored ocean water below. Half of the surface was covered by sand and half by rock as waves crashed on the shore. A geotag in the update indicated that Drain was at Azulik, and in the caption of the photo, she shared with her followers that she has been dreaming of going back to Tulum. The fitness coach also directed social media users to the link in her bio to sign up for her next challenge. Drain placed both of her hands on the wooden railing and front of her and gazed off into the ocean with a sultry stare. She ensured that all eyes were glued to her figure as she...
    Now that the great summer debate has been settled and most California schools will be teaching online instead of opening their classrooms for the fast-approaching school year, parents like Martin Rauchwerk have one request: Reassure us online instruction will be better this time around. “I forgave them for the spring,” said Rauchwerk, whose younger son will be a junior at San Jose’s Leland High School, “but I’m not going to forgive them for the fall.” State and local officials say online schooling will look a lot different than in the spring. Districts say they’ll make sure students have computers and check in daily. Those students will also follow a regular bell schedule and be graded, unlike when schools were thrown into chaos after the coronavirus pandemic abruptly shuttered classrooms in March. New state funding rules require schools to document daily student online participation, keep weekly engagement records, report absences and chronic absenteeism and develop re-engagement strategies for students who do not participate. “We plan on delivering high quality, equitable instruction to all of our students,” said Lili Smith, spokeswoman for the...
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