Bryson DeChambeau’s incredible putting round to lead in Mexico | WGC-Mexico Championship

Incredible putting helped Bryson DeChambeau to a second-round 63 to lead the WGC Mexico Championship. ► SUBSCRIBE: http://et.golf/Subscribe Dustin Johnson returns to defend his WGC-Mexico Championship title at Club de Golf Chapultepec. Recent WGC winners in the field include Rory McIlroy, Kevin Kisner, Xander Schauffele, Justin Thomas and Hideki Matsuyama. McIlroy is looking to become … Read more Bryson DeChambeau’s incredible putting round to lead in Mexico | WGC-Mexico Championship

Erik van Rooyen equals course record in Mexico | 2020 WGC-Mexico Championship

South African Erik van Rooyen shoots an incredible second round 62 on his birthday at the WGC Mexico Championship. ► SUBSCRIBE: http://et.golf/Subscribe Dustin Johnson returns to defend his WGC-Mexico Championship title at Club de Golf Chapultepec. Recent WGC winners in the field include Rory McIlroy, Kevin Kisner, Xander Schauffele, Justin Thomas and Hideki Matsuyama. McIlroy … Read more Erik van Rooyen equals course record in Mexico | 2020 WGC-Mexico Championship

Signs of solidarity for deaf black people

Carolyn McCaskill, a professor in Gallaudet University Department of ASL and Deaf Studies, explains how deaf African Americans show their shared identity through their unique sign language. Sign language, like spoken language, has regional variations (people sign more slowly in the South, for example), as well as features that reflect gender, age, socioeconomic status and, … Read more Signs of solidarity for deaf black people

World Number 1 Rory McIlroy shoots 65 to lead in Mexico WGC-Mexico Championship

World Number 1 Rory McIlroy continues his good form with an opening-round 65 in Mexico to lead the WGC Mexico Championship. ► SUBSCRIBE: http://et.golf/Subscribe Dustin Johnson returns to defend his WGC-Mexico Championship title at Club de Golf Chapultepec. Recent WGC winners in the field include Rory McIlroy, Kevin Kisner, Xander Schauffele, Justin Thomas and Hideki … Read more World Number 1 Rory McIlroy shoots 65 to lead in Mexico WGC-Mexico Championship

How will digitisation shape Europe’s future? I Inside Story

There is a gloabl race for technology leadership, with the U.S. and China in the lead. Europe now says it wants to catch up and reinforce its position on the digital scene. Its leaders are concerned about the reliance on foreign-owned tech companies including Microsoft, Apple and Huawei. They say they want to develop Europe’s … Read more How will digitisation shape Europe’s future? I Inside Story

Politics v. privacy: Do the French still care less than others about sex scandals?

France has traditionally taken pride in being somewhat of an exception when it comes to caring about the private lives of its politicians. This lax attitude has been called in question recently by the so-called Griveaux scandal. Benjamin Griveaux, a close ally of President Emmanuel Macron, pulled out of the Paris mayoral race following the release … Read more Politics v. privacy: Do the French still care less than others about sex scandals?

Australia’s Wildlife Emergency | 101 East

For more than six months, Australia has been on fire. Millions of hectares have burned, dozens of lives have been lost, thousands of homes destroyed – and now a wildlife emergency is unfolding. It is estimated that as many as one billion animals have been killed. With bushland scorched, more animals are continuing to succumb … Read more Australia’s Wildlife Emergency | 101 East

Bloomberg, Sanders under attack in US Democratic debate

Former New York mayor and billionaire Michael Bloomberg has come under attack from rival Democrats in their debate just days ahead of the caucus in the state of Nevada. The NBC News debate was the first by the media mogul, a late entry to the race to take on Donald Trump. Al Jazeera’s Rob Reynolds … Read more Bloomberg, Sanders under attack in US Democratic debate

Bye bye low-skilled workers: The future of Britain’s ‘immigration revolution’

IN THE PAPERS – Wednesday, February 19: The race to find a successor to Angela Merkel’s successor as head of the CDU party heats up. Also, the UK unveils its controversial points-based immigration system. The mainly Mormon US state of Utah moves to decriminalise polygamy. And doctors operating on a violinist’s brain tumour ask her to … Read more Bye bye low-skilled workers: The future of Britain’s ‘immigration revolution’