Well, no, you can’t do that. A divided Wisconsin Supreme Court on Wednesday struck down Governor Tony Evers’ mask mandate, saying he exceeded his authority and violated the separation of powers by reissuing emergency orders during the pandemic. Evers’ approach, which other governors also used, was to re-issue emergency orders, such as mandatory face coverings,
Apparently we’re not interested in being scolded or berated as we watch sports. In the wake of last summer’s social justice protests that infused sports, nearly half of all Americans changed their sports viewing habits, according to a new YouGov / Yahoo News poll. Some people watched more, but three times as many tuned out.
This isn’t working out well for giant shoe and athletic manufacturer Nike, which has no interest in associating with Satan Shoes. Six workers at MSCHF, a quirky company based in Brooklyn that’s known for products like toaster-shaped bath bombs and rubber-chicken bongs, offered their blood for a new line of shoes, mixing it with ink
President Joe Biden and members of his administration have said on news programs that migrants hoping to gain asylum in the U.S. should stay home for a while. But that’s not the message that’s getting through. Maritza Hernández arrived in a remote Guatemalan village exhausted, with two young kids in tow and more than a
McDonald’s fries are amazing and addictive. But only if crispy. If they’re soggy, well, they’re awful. It’s a major problem that plagues fried food, particularly fried fast food when delivered. With delivery and to-go orders soaring during the pandemic, marketing “crisp” is risky if the food arrives at consumers’ homes limp and listless. In a