Noted bath salts fan John McAfee arrested, charged with crypto fraud and tax evasion

McAfee getting his stretch on. Image: ADALBERTO ROQUE / getty By Jack Morse2020-10-05 23:38:20 UTC If there’s one thing that John McAfee loves, it’s bath salts. If there are two things? Well, that would be failing to disclose he was paid to promote initial coin offerings on Twitter.  So alleges the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), which in a complaint released Monday charged the man most recently associated with promising

You can watch some NFL games on Prime Video and Twitch starting this week

Old man signals in front of crowd. Image: Cliff Welch / Icon Sportswire via Getty Images By Alex Perry2020-10-05 20:58:41 UTC The 2020 NFL season is a weird and unusual one thanks to the COVID-19 pandemic, but that hasn’t changed Amazon’s partnership with the league. There may not be crowds at most of the games and spontaneous postponements can happen at any moment, but you can still watch the weekly

Meteorologist Eric Holthaus believes we can reverse climate change effects by 2050. Is it possible?

Eric Holthaus, a climate reporter and meteorologist, wants to remind you that you are born at exactly the right time in history to help reverse the damage we have caused our planet.  In his new book, The Future Earth: A Radical Vision for What’s Possible in the Age of Warming, Holthaus imagines what a radically transformed world looks like in 2050 and the role we must all play to help

Trump tweets 'Don't be afraid of Covid,' despite 209,000 American deaths

By Nicole Gallucci2020-10-05 19:09:08 UTC With a single tweet, Donald Trump has blatantly put the lives of the American people at risk. On Monday afternoon, Trump tweeted to announce that he will be leaving Walter Reed Medical Center at 6:30 p.m. ET, and then proceeded to tell his 86.9 million followers not to fear COVID-19, the deadly virus that has already killed 209,199 Americans. Trump was admitted to Walter Reed

10 best podcasts to listen to while running

Image: bob al-greene/mashable By Tim Marcin2020-09-29 00:00:00 UTC I’ve been a runner all my life. Way back in the day, I would’ve described myself as pretty good at running. I knocked out sub-five-minute miles and completed a marathon. Nowadays, well, I’m just trying to get a few miles done without gasping for air or getting injured. So, when I was tasked with compiling a list of good podcasts to listen

Facebook's possible role in Black voter 'deterrence' raised after Trump campaign leak

Surprise. Image: Genaro Molina / getty  By Jack Morse2020-09-28 21:37:26 UTC The 2016 Trump presidential campaign identified millions of Black Americans in an apparent attempt to deter them from going to the polls — and Facebook may have played a critical role.  That’s according to Channel 4 News, which obtained the campaign’s voter database on 200 million Americans. Notably, 3.5 million Black Americans were categorized as “Deterrence” — a category

Bring birth control into the 21st century with this smart case – Future Blink

A smart case that syncs up with an app to track your birth control pill routine and your cycle. Its features include customized reminders, a women’s health blog, and options to track your flow, symptoms and side effects.  Read more… More about Tech, Health, Mashable Video, Women, and Future Blink Go to Source Author:Larissa Delgado Powered by WPeMatico

What's Fat Bear Week?

Bear 151 fishing the Brooks River falls. Image: N. BOAK / NPS By Mark Kaufman2020-09-28 17:57:45 UTC Welcome to Fat Bear Week 2020! Katmai National Park and Preserve’s brown bears spent the summer gorging on 4,500-calorie salmon, and they’ve transformed into rotund giants, some over 1,000 pounds. The park is holding its annual playoff-like competition for the fattest of the fat bears (you can vote online between Sept. 30 and