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  • US relay teams set short course world records

    The United States has set a world record in the 4x50-meter mixed freestyle at the world short-course swimming championships. The U.S. team of Caeleb Dressel, Ryan Held, Mallory Comerford and

  • American men set world record in short-course relay

    The men's 4-x-100-meter freestyle relay team from the United States set a world record Tuesday in winning gold at the world short-course swimming championships. Two-time Olympic gold medalist Caeleb Dressel,

  • NASA Explains How It Will Track InSight's Mars Landing Next Week

    inSight should touch down on Mars within one week, and NASA has detailed how it'll monitor the landing from 91 million miles away on Earth. The post NASA Explains How It Will Track InSight’s Mars Landing Next Week appeared first on ExtremeTech.

  • Help! We Need a Name for a Series of Short Videos Explaining Free Speech Law

    I'm delighted to say that and I are putting together a series of short videos explaining free speech law. (I write the scripts and provide input on the visuals, which are graphical rather than talking-heads; does the visuals and the audio and provides input on the scripts.) We have a grant to do the first 10, and we're done with the first one. The series is aimed especially at high school and college students, though we think it should be informative for everyone. But the one...
  • 'Birds of Prey' Writer Christina Hodson Explains the Long Title, Teases Her 'Batgirl' Movie

    It was a bit surprising to learn that Birds of Prey (And the Fantabulous Emancipation of Harley Quinn)—a title that definitely looked like writer Christina Hodson slapped on the cover of the script as a joke—was, in fact, the official name of the Suicide Squad spin-off starring Margot Robbie's Harley Quinn. As it turns out, "a joke that became a real thing" isn't so far off from that mouthful of a title's origin story. When Collider's Christina Radish spoke to Hodson about the writer's other...

  • 'That stops me in my tracks': Conservative writer stuns Fox & Friends by revealing Trump likely to be indicted

    A prominent conservative columnist stunned the hosts of Fox & Friends on Sunday by arguing that President Donald Trump would likely be indicted for campaign finance violations. In a Fox News op-ed column, National Review writer Andrew McCarthy suggested that Michael Cohen’s admission that he made payments to two former Trump mistresses was a stepping stone to the indictment of the president. “The Southern District of New York case,” McCarthy explained, “which is different from

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  • Giuliani can explain, then explain the explanation, etc

    He can explain everything, or anything.