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    PALM BEACH GARDENS, Fla. (AP) — Phil Mickelson was one of the louder voices on the Ryder Cup Task Force that reshaped the American blueprint and created so much continuity it was easy to predict the next captain. Zach Johnson, a four-time Ryder Cup player and a vice captain on the previous two teams, is the choice for the 2023 matches in Italy. That was easy. The next choice for Bethpage Black in 2025 should have been just as predictable, except that now it isn’t. All signs had pointed to Mickelson. Never mind that Mickelson is a six-time major champion who has been part of every Ryder Cup team since 1995, before Collin Morikawa was even born. New York loves Mickelson despite — or maybe because of — his five close calls in the majors, two of them at Bethpage. But now? Lovable Lefty has an entirely different reputation. Becoming golf’s oldest major champion at age 50 by winning the PGA Championship now seems a lot longer than nine months ago. Fresh on the mind are his comments to...
    A truck passes pumpjacks in the Belridge oil field on November 03, 2021 near McKittrick, California.Mario Tama | Getty Images News | Getty Images Goldman Sachs predicts a new high in oil demand in 2022, and again in 2023. Damien Courvalin, the investment bank's head of energy research, also said Friday that oil at $100 per barrel was a possibility. Oil demand was already at record levels before the latest omicron variant hit, and furthermore, demand for air travel should continue to recover, he said. "We've already had record high demand before this newest variant, and you're adding higher jet demand and the global economy is still growing," Courvalin said in an energy outlook briefing with reporters on Friday. "You see how we will average a new record high in demand in 2022, and again, in 2023." Both international benchmark Brent crude and U.S. crude prices have spiked above $80 in recent months as post-pandemic demand outstrips supply. Surging natural gas prices have also caused crises around the world, most notably in Europe. The omicron variant has dampened sentiment, however, pushing prices back to...
    (CNN) — Yawning and exhausted from another night of little sleep? Congratulations, you have joined the multitude of people around the globe who suffer from sleep deprivation, a serious problem that can affect your mental and physical health. Sleep problems constitute a “global epidemic that threatens health and quality of life for up to 45% of the world’s population,” according to World Sleep Day statistics. READ MORE: Baltimore County To Require All Employees Get COVID Vaccine Or Submit To Testing But it’s easy to recover from that sleep deficit, right, especially if you’re young? A good night’s sleep or two — and certainly a full week of sleep — and you’re back to your fully functioning self? Unfortunately, a recent new study revealed that may not be the case, even for younger people. Thirteen people in their 20s who slept 30% less than they needed for 10 nights had not fully recovered most of their cognitive processing after seven nights of unrestricted sleep to recover. “This is a well done, albeit small, study with multiple measures to examine the impact...
    Workers have been quitting their jobs and finding new employers in droves as the pandemic abates and life returns to normal. After rebounding to pre-COVID-19 levels last year, the rate of people quitting their jobs has rocketed in recent months in a shift some are referring to as the “Great Resignation.” In April, at the peak of the pandemic (and at the trough of economic activity), about 2.1 million people quit each month, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. Exactly one year later, that figure nearly doubled, with April 2021 shattering records from even before the pandemic. Nick Bunker, who leads North American economic research at the Indeed Hiring Lab, told the Washington Examiner the high quits rate is a sign of how strong the labor market has been for people with a job. Given apparent shortages in labor, employers have turned to hiking wages and offering competitive bonuses to attract and retain employees. Bunker said some people are seeing the urgency in which employers want to find workers and are taking the opportunity...
    VIDEO7:0107:01Mayo Clinic doctor explains what is known about 'post-Covid syndrome'Squawk Box Coronavirus patients who develop "post-Covid syndrome" brain fog and fatigue — often referred to as "long haulers" — may feel the effects for more than a year, according to a Mayo Clinic doctor studying the phenomenon. Dr. Greg Vanichkachorn, an occupational medicine specialist, told CNBC in a phone interview Wednesday that he won't be "too shocked" if some Covid-19 long-haulers were to experience a similar, lengthy recovery trajectory as some sufferers of severe acute respiratory syndrome. SARS, a respiratory virus similar to the novel coronavirus, sparked an epidemic in 2003. Long-hauler SARS patients back then improved, "but it took quite a bit of time, sometimes even more than a year for them to recover their function," he told "Squawk Box" on earlier Wednesday. There are considerable knowledge gaps among researchers about what causes certain Covid-19 patients to have lingering symptoms, Vanichkachorn said. While the percentage of people who get sick with Covid-19 and go on develop post-Covid syndrome also remains unknown, he stressed that it's "not something that is...
    College football insider Paul Finebaum has clearly seen enough of Jim Harbaugh with Michigan after the team’s latest loss to Wisconsin.  What in the world has happened to Jim Harbaugh and the Michigan Wolverines? The team is always expected to compete for a Big Ten title, but they’ve looked downright awful in 2020 on both sides of the ball. After an impressive 49-21 win at No. 21 Minnesota to begin the season, the Wolverines have since lost three consecutive games, falling to Michigan State, Indiana and Wisconsin. After the loss to the Badgers, college football guru Paul Finebaum made it clear he’s tired of watching this Michigan team, and didn’t hold back in offering up his thoughts against Harbaugh.Paul Finebaum is basically calling for Michigan to move on from Jim Harbaugh“More of the same,” Finebaum said of Harbaugh via 247Sports. “This is a coach that was once respected. And now, sadly, Jim Harbaugh has become a punchline in college football. It’s almost impossible to watch this guy. He makes $8 million a year and was the talk of the sport a couple...
    In a column for the Daily Beast, former Republican Matt Lewis said Donald Trump’s re-election campaign might survive the fallout from his comments about captured and killed American military personnel, where he called them “losers” and ‘suckers,” unless Generals James Mattis and John Kelly decide to go public and reveal what they heard. As Lewis — who left the GOP due to Trump — notes, the president has survived a multitude of scandals starting back to before he was elected but the disparagement of the troops may be a bridge too far for even his most ardent supporters who consider themselves patriotic Americans. Writing, “In a sane world, this revelation, on its face, would be devastating for Trump’s re-election chances,” Lewis points out, “the sad truth is that no revelation will matter to conservatives who have already rationalized their Trump support for a variety of reasons, including the premise that this is a tribalistic world and Trump might be a sonofabitch, but he’s our sonofabitch.” However, he notes, his former secretary of defense and White House chief of staff could set the president’s re-election...
    THE QUEEN will find the explosive new biography about Meghan Markle and Prince Harry’s lives a “huge source of irritation” according to a royal author. The unofficial biography was released yesterday and features explosive claims about Megxit and the couple’s relationship. 3The Queen will find Finding Freedom a "huge source of irritation" according to a royal authorCredit: AP:Associated Press And Nigel Cawthorne author of Prince Andrew, Epstein and the Palace says that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex might “never recover” from the repercussions of the tome. Speaking to Fabulous digital, Cawthorne said: “The Queen and Charles will find Finding Freedom a huge source of irritation. “There is enough in the book to suggest that the degree of separation between the authors and the couple was very low indeed. “Apart from whether they recognise or disagree with criticism in the book, it raises the spectre that at least one of the Sussexes cooperated or didn’t discourage cooperation. 3The explosive book was released yesterday Credit: Getty Images - Getty “That is just about the only faux pas you can never recover...
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