· Beirut explosion: 'They killed Beirut yesterday', laments former Lebanese PM; At least 100 dead, says Red Cross →
In Beirut’s hard-hit Achrafieh district, civil defense workers and soldiers worked on locating missing people and clearing rubble.
· Bryce Callahan Reveals his Stance on Playing Both Nickel & Boundary Cornerback →
We can all work together and communicate, and that’s what we need with the defense.
· Ranking the Top-15 Washington Football Team Players (10-6) →
2020 Outlook: Allen has been the most vocal leader of this defense and may be of the entire team as of late.
· Money Stuff: Public Markets Don’t Matter Like They Used To →
 If I were one of the Kodak insiders who bought stock in the month or so before the announcement, I might use this fact in my defense: *Even now*, Kodak seems to think that the deal isn’t official or material enough to require an 8-K filing; it is still preliminary negotiations, not a formal deal.
· Is The Recovery Sustainable? →
Lots of services offer investment ideas, but few offer a comprehensive top-down investment strategy that helps you tactically shift your asset allocation between offense and defense.
· The Blazers Are One of the Most Dangerous Teams in the Bubble →
Anthony’s game winning shot came after Lillard, a lethal fourth quarter scorer, drew the defense in on a drive and swung the ball out to McCollum.
· Alabama Crimson Tide Players in the NFL →
Former safety Mark Barron went so far as to say that learning the Crimson Tide’s defense was tougher than anything he’s had to do in the NFL, and he’s not only switched teams but positions — from safety to linebacker.
· Cornerback De'Jahn Warren Breaks Down Top Three, Evaluation Process Through Abnormal Cycle →
They did have the best defense the last two years and I like their roster situation as well.
· Asteroid tracker: NASA captures INCREDIBLE space rock video completing near-Earth approach →
The search for NEOs is funded by NASA’s Planetary Defense Coordination Office through its NEO Observations Program.
· WATCH: Three Veteran Point Guard Options for the Knicks →
His generally weak defense is a problem, but he'd work as a backup; his defensive struggles under Thibodeau in Minnesota are enough evidence to not offer him a starting position.