- CNN - By Kaya Yurieff, CNN Business
(CNN Business) — Amy Offield always dreamed of running a vacation rental in Galveston, Texas. Five years ago, she and her husband Chris got their wish and bought a house there minutes away from the beach.
- The Sports Desk
Tiger Woods clinched it with a long putt at 18, Peyton Manning had two birdies, Phil Mickelson gave lessons, but Tom Brady stole the show by holing a Hail Mary wedge shot at 7. Four of the greatest athletes in the sports world played a round of golf for charity in a driving rain storm and raised $20 million for coronavirus relief efforts. Mostly, with help from Twitter and Charles Barkley, they had a blast.
- Refinery29 - Erin Corbett
President Donald Trump’s alleged hydroxychloroquine regimen isn’t as safe as he might have some people believing. A new study published Friday in The Lancet medical journal reports that COVID-19 patients
- HuffPost - Ed Mazza
Trump golfed twice over the weekend as the coronavirus death toll in the United State approached 100,000. A new ad from former Vice President Joe Biden’s campaign rips into President Donald Trump for over
- Salon - Tom Boggioni
Appearing on Fox News Sunday, the editor of the conservative Dispatch slammed White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany for her no-holds-barred defense of Donald Trump, calling her behavior "indefensible
- Salon - Brad Reed
Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC) is getting hit with a new attack ad that throws the senator's own words back in his face. The ad, which was produced by a super PAC called "Lindsey Must Go," shows all the times
A study by the Imperial College London suggests that Massachusetts coronavirus numbers could be much higher than reportedmasslive.com - Douglas Hook