Hong Kong bookseller Gui Minhai sentenced to 10 years by China – Quartz

Even small changes in China have global effects.
Gui Minhai, one of the five Hong Kong booksellers who mysteriously disappeared from the city in 2015, only to later re-appear in detention in China, was sentenced yesterday by a Chinese court to 10 years in pr… [+3176 what\’s happening]

Oregon’s Sabrina Ionescu Becomes 1st Player in D-1 History with 2K, 1K, 1K – Bleacher Report

Marcio Jose Sanchez/Associated Press
Oregon star Sabrina Ionescu made history Monday against Stanford when she collected her ninth rebound of the game late in the third quarter. She became the first player in Division I to have at least 2,000 points, 1,000 r… [+2171 what\’s happening]

Runner breaks ankle on remote trail in Washington state, crawls eight hours to call 911 – NBC News

A runner in Washington state who broke his ankle on a remote trail over the weekend had to crawl eight hours before he could get a cell signal to call 911 for help, authorities and rescue workers said.
The man, 26, had been running on a trail near Olympic Na… [+832 what\’s happening]

TurboTax maker Intuit buys Credit Karma to corner personal financial data – Engadget

Credit Karma will run as a stand-alone outfit, with existing CEO Kenneth Lin still in charge. Intuit expects the acquisition to close in the second half of 2020 if it clears the regulatory process.
The deal makes sense for Intuit. While it has the budgeting … [+1041 what\’s happening]

Harvey Weinstein accusers welcome rape and sexual assault conviction – BBC News

Media captionDistrict Attorney Cyrus Vance Jr: “Weinstein is a vicious, serial sexual predator”
Accusers of Harvey Weinstein have welcomed the guilty verdicts in the rape and sexual assault case against the former Hollywood mogul.
Actress Rose McGowan told … [+6365 what\’s happening]

JPMorgan Chase to stop loans for fossil fuel drilling in the Arctic | TheHill – The Hill

JPMorgan Chase announced Monday that it is planning to end loans to companies pursuing fossil fuel drilling in the Arctic Circle, according to reports.
The Washington Post reported that the bank said it will soon complete a 2017 commitment to help fund $200 … [+1299 It\’s free ]

Bachelor Nation believes Peter Weber Does Not Deserve Madison After Watching His Actions During Fantasy Suites – Showbiz Cheat Sheet

Peter Weber’s season of The Bachelor is nearing the end. However, the more fans watch, the more they dislike Weber. He’s made some sketchy decisions this season including keeping Victoria Fuller around for so long. Let’s take a look at why Bachelor Nation fee… [+3091 UOKIER]

Coronavirus outbreak: Italian officials confirm seven deaths – Al Jazeera English

Italy’s northern regions of Lombardy and Veneto have closed schools, universities, museums and cinemas for at least a week. Police are manning checkpoints around 11 towns which have been quarantined for 15 days and residents are stockpiling food.
Al Jazeeras… [+288 UOKIER]

CORONAVIRUS TIPS: County Health Department Offers Advice to Local Businesses With Concerns About COVID-19 – Lost Coast Outpost

The Humboldt County Department of Health & Human Services has received numerous calls from local business owners and employees about what precautions can be taken to prevent the spread of COVID-19. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is r… [+6453 UOKIER]

Oregon’s Sabrina Ionescu Becomes 1st Player in D-1 History with 2K, 1K, 1K – Bleacher Report

Marcio Jose Sanchez/Associated Press
Oregon star Sabrina Ionescu made history Monday against Stanford when she collected her ninth rebound of the game late in the third quarter. She became the first player in Division I to have at least 2,000 points, 1,000 r… [+2171 UOKIER]