Ferrari is seeking its first win of the season after 12 largely disappointing races. "I think a bit of their straight [line] speed, which is where generally all the speed is, it's usually not there so much in the race, so hopefully we'll be there or thereabouts with them tomorrow".
LeSean McCoy may not be leaving the AFC East after all. Rapoport reported the Kansas City Chiefs, Philadelphia Eagles , Los Angeles Chargers and New England Patriots all have the "strongest early interest" in McCoy. "I'm the guy. I feel like that". McCoy was entering the final year of a five-year contract he signed after his acquisition in a trade with Philadelphia, where he led the National Football League in rushing yards in 2013.
Neymar said he had "realised" his dream with a cameo appearance in his favourite Netflix show as later Tuesday there was a fresh plot twist in his long-running Paris Saint-Germain transfer drama. The 27-year-old joined PSG for €222m two years ago and the Ligue 1 winners want to recoup as much of that fee as possible. Sporting Director Leonardo is leading the PSG delegation, but club president Nasser Al-Khelaifi is not involved.
I mean, these are not gaffes. "He refused the medal". The central point is it was absolutely accurate what I said ... "He died. He died'". The former vice president, who has travelled more than 20 times to Afghanistan as President Barack Obama's deputy and more than three decades in the US Senate, described the retelling as "the God's truth, my word as a Biden ".
On Wednesday, Milwaukee health officials asked everyone to stop using vaping devices after 16 people were hospitalized with a form of pneumonia. What I've noticed is that an incredibly important piece of information that is nearly always reported front-and-center in local headlines related to vaping illness has gotten somewhat lost in the larger national discussion.
On the wake of an Oklahoma judge ruling Johnson & Johnson must pay the state $572 million in connection with the opioid crisis , a Yale Law School professor says the verdict will impact similar cases around the country. Oklahoma had originally sued for $17 billion as they attributed responsibility to the drugmaker for deceptive marketing practices that resulted in the deaths of 6000 citizens.