Kentucky Male Cheerleader Clings onto Octavius Ellis, Won’t Let Him Get Up

It must be hard sitting on the sideline while your team goes to battle in the NCAA tournament, even for the cheerleaders. One of the Kentucky male cheerleaders grabbed onto Cincinnati Bearcats forward Octavius Ellis after he had fallen into the Wildcats' cheering section. Maybe the guy was holding him back to give the Wildcats' a head start. Or maybe he was looking to tap in for a turn on the court. Either way, it was an interesting moment.  Bleacher Report - Front Page Read more [...]

Why Regulation Won’t Come to Airline Change Fees

When an unexpected delay caused Neil Saiki, a bicycle designer based in Santa Cruz, California, to miss his Delta flight from Zurich to San Francisco, he had no choice but to fork over $ 250 to change his ticket to the next morning—not to mention another $ 500 or so to cover the difference for the new fare. Saiki’s experience is typical. The fee that domestic carriers levy just to change an international flight can run as high as $ 750 (come on, U.S. Airways). But a passengers' rights Read more [...]

T-Mobile: FCC’s net neutrality rules won’t hurt our business

Like Sprint before it, T-Mobile US has said it's not that concerned about the Federal Communications Commission's net neutrality plan. “There is nothing in there that gives us deep concern about our ability to continue executing our strategy,” T-Mobile COO Mike Sievert said in an interview with The Wall Street Journal yesterday. "Still, he said the reclassification isn’t the most desirable approach," the Journal wrote. Read 4 remaining paragraphs | Comments Ars Technica » Ministry of Read more [...]

Amazon Says FAA Proposals Won’t Ground Drone Delivery Plans

Amazon said Monday it remains committed to developing unmanned aerial devices to deliver products to customers, even as proposed federal regulations seemed to rule out the possibility of a drone delivery service. The proposed rules governing small drones, released by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Sunday, would require that operators pilot the vehicles with “unaided vision” and would prohibit them from flying over people. Both seem to conflict with Prime Air, Amazon’s Read more [...]

Why Restaurant Nutrition Labels Won’t Work

The FDA's new menu labeling rules will soon require restaurants and many other food-selling venues with more than 20 locations (think movie theaters, ice-cream shops, and grocery store delis), to post caloric information on menus. This decision comes despite a large body of research suggesting that such labeling will have only modest, if any, influence on purchasing and eating behavior. But why is that? Why do people who spend hours looking at labels in grocery stores ignore nutrition information Read more [...]

Buzz: Brian Hoyer Won’t Agree to Long-Term Deal with Johnny Manziel on Roster

The Cleveland Browns defeated the Pittsburgh Steelers in Week 6, 31-10, which marked the second straight victory for quarterback Brian Hoyer and the Browns. Through six weeks, they're 3-2, which has them very much alive in the AFC North race.With Johnny Manziel waiting on the sidelines, should the Browns consider keeping Hoyer around as their starter past this season? Are they more likely to put the franchise tag on Hoyer or offer him a long-term deal? Watch as Stephen Nelson Read more [...]

Gear the Snow Pros Won’t Leave Home Without

Sometimes it's the little things that matter most, like hand warmers on a cold day or energy gels to keep you charging hard. These six snow pros share the gear they won't leave home without:   1. Daron Rahlves, World Cup Racer and Freeskier Safety is the main reason I run this lid,” says the Sugar Bowl, California, skier of his Giro Edit helmet ($ 180). Rahlves has taken a few rock hits to the head. But he also loves the integrated GoPro mount for capturing the action on big lines. 2. Read more [...]