The Patriots didn’t hit Alex Smith nearly enough. (Greg M. Cooper/USA Today)
The New England Patriots win because of completeness. They have the biggest star in football in Tom Brady, but their five-Lombardi dynasty has been built on being deeper, more versatile and more prepared than everybody e …See the original posting at The Patriots’ loss to the Chiefs revealed the glaring weakness they may not be able to fix
It was the announcement fans of “The Bachelor” were waiting for, except … it wasn’t.
On Thursday, ABC announced that Arie Luyendyk Jr. will be the next bachelor as the popular reality dating show enters its 22nd season in January. Mr. Luyendyk is a 35-year-old racecar driver — his father w …See the original posting at Arie Luyendyk Jr. Is the New ‘Bachelor.’ Wait, Who?
Analysts are worried Equifax’s data breach crisis may cost the company hundreds of millions of dollars and hurt its reputation for years to come.
Equifax, which supplies credit information and other information services, revealed on Thursday that it suffered a data breach that could potentially a …See the original posting at Equifax shares plunge the most in 18 years as Street says breach will cost company hundreds of millions
Equifax is offering help for people whose personal information was hacked — but there are big strings attached.
The credit reporting agency announced Thursday that the personal information of as many as 143 million people was compromised in a data breach between May and July. The stolen data inclu …See the original posting at If you want help from Equifax, there are strings attached
Back when I was running Grantland and believed that everyone loved the National Football League, I emailed Robert Mays and demanded a daily countdown to the 2013 NFL season. At the time, LeBron’s Heat were coming off a 27-game win streak and gunning for a title repeat. Websites and television channe …See the original posting at The NFL Is Back and So Are the 15 Reasons It Is a Complete Disaster
MEXICO CITY — The most powerful earthquake to hit Mexico in 100 years struck off the nation’s Pacific Coast late Thursday, rattling millions of residents in Mexico City with its violent tremors, killing at least 32 people and leveling some areas in the southern part of the country, closer to …See the original posting at Mexico Earthquake, Strongest in a Century, Kills Dozens
This post contains spoilers about Stephen King’s It and the film adaptation out in theaters Friday.
When Stephen King’s It arrives in theaters on Friday, it will refamiliarize viewers with killer clown Pennywise, the novel’s iconic antagonist who was so memorably brought to life by Tim Curry in the …See the original posting at It orgy scene explained, ending changed
Every 27 years it rises again to stalk the countryside and bring terror to children. I refer, of course, to Pennywise, the diabolical kid-eating clown first made famous in Stephen King’s 1986 horror novel, It. But I also refer to It itself, which was last seen as a two-part miniseries in 1990 and ha …See the original posting at Movie Review: Stephen King’s ‘It’ Is a Conventional Shocker
North Korea could ramp up its weapons testing in a game of militarized chicken as the United Nations weighs imposing tougher sanctions on the country, analysts said.
And Pyongyang’s next display of defiance could come in the form of yet another missile launch as early this Saturday, to coincide wit …See the original posting at North Korea’s next missile launch could come Saturday as it plays chicken with US
For an entire generation in South Florida, Hurricane Andrew was the monster storm that reshaped a region. Irma is likely to blow that out of the water.
Bigger and with a 90-degree different path of potential destruction, Irma is forecast to hit lots more people and buildings than 1992’s Andrew, sai …See the original posting at Andrew was a monster; Irma could blow it out of the water