Bitcoin's Price Was Manipulated by Tether, Study Finds
Bitcoin now hovers around $6,300, but not long ago it had spiked to nearly $20,000 per coin. Skeptics have wondered how such a rise was even possible, and a paper authored at the University of Texas suggests a fairly reasonable answer: price manipulation!
Elon Musk's Boring Company Wins Bid to Build High-Speed Underground Rail in Chicago
Elon Musk’s underground transportation business, The Boring Company, has won a bid to create an underground high-speed rail line from downtown Chicago to O’Hare International Airport. The company beat out at least four other developers for the project, and Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel is expected to make an official announcement this afternoon.
Bark In The Park Event Goes Sideways When Very Good Dog Spots OH MY GOD ARE THOSE BASEBALLS!
A peaceful Bark in the Park event at the Dodgers’ Double-A affiliate took a turn for the better when an almost impossibly good doggo saw that the humans were throwing baseballs left and right out there, with none of his fellow four-legged buddies stepping up to do the dang retrieving:
George Lucas Reveals What His Star Wars Sequels Would've Been
The internet has been abuzz recently thanks to a few very intriguing quotes from George Lucas, addressing where the director would’ve taken the Star Wars saga if he had not sold Lucasfilm to Disney in 2012. But while on the surface Lucas’ ideas sound wild, in some ways they’re just a different spin on ideas we’re getting in the current movies.
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Anne Donovan, Hall of Famer and first woman to coach WNBA championship team, dies at 56
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Lonzo Ball, Kyle Kuzma asked by Los Angeles Lakers to tone down social media jabs
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Charlie Moore erupts for 26 points in Bill Self campers game, impresses Selden
Former Kansas combo guard Elijah Johnson playfully approached Charlie Moore after the compact 5-foot-11 KU sophomore stole the basketball and converted a layup to mercifully end the Red Team’s 80-44 annihilation of Johnson’s pro-dominated Blue Squad during the Bill Self campers game Wednesday afternoon at Horejsi Family Athletics Center.
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10th Rock Chalk Roundball Classic just one event in busy charity weekend | KUsports.com
One of the biggest Kansas basketball celebration weekends of the year is set to tip off Thursday night, when Brian Hanni’s 10th annual Rock Chalk Roundball Classic charity basketball game gets going at 7 p.m. at Free State High.
Tom Keegan: Devon Dotson knows freshman season won't be easy | KUsports.com
For freshmen, one of the more enjoyable aspects of the first days as Kansas basketball players involves playing with and against NBA athletes that they, in the past, had seen only on television.
Charlie Moore, current Jayhawks roll at KU camp scrimmage | KUsports.com
Although Selden’s Blue team also featured former KU stars Mario Chalmers and Devonte’ Graham, it was the current crop of Jayhawks on the Red team that controlled the made-for-campers exhibition, 80-44.