North Korea's recent h-bomb test may have been the largest man-made explosion on Earth in the last two decades. BTW, many are expecting an additional NK missile test this weekend. A massive earthquake struck off Mexico’s southern coast late Thursday night - the most powerful quake in decades. XJP continues to secure more power and authority over the PLA. The Trump, Chuck, and Nancy lovefest continues - its the new storyline for the ultimate reality show presidency. Spain's constitutional court moved to block Catalan's bid for independence. Thanks to the auto industry, Detroit's lack of a proper public transit system could hinder Michigan's bid to land Amazon HQ 2. Equifax revealed a breach exposing the Social Security numbers and birth dates of up to 143 million US consumers. BTW, several Equifax executives had the wherewithal to drop some of their shares in advance of this news becoming public. Tory Burch is developing a Royal Tenenbaums-inspired activewear line - awesome. Graydon Carter shuts it down. La Liga eyes overseas league matches - the continued march of unifying the North American and European sports marketplace continues. The 2017 NFL season, kicked off and the Kansas City Chiefs beat the New England Patriots by scoring 21 unanswered points in the fourth quarter. Asking for a friend, does "The TB12 Method" last more than three quarters of football? Sloane Stephens will meet Madison Keys in the women’s final. Syria's government is using its soccer team as propaganda during its unexpected World Cup run.