The New York Giants are hurting in more ways than one. Having three starters leave the game with injuries in the first half against the Atlanta Falcons on Sunday was the physical hurt. The mental anguish was just as bad after the winless Giants (0-3) dropped a 17-14 decision to the Falcons on a 40-yard field goal by Younghoe Koo on the final play of the game.
Rory McIlroy's face reddened and his eyes welled up with tears. “I've been extremely disappointed that I haven't contributed more to this team,” McIlroy said. Europe fell 19-9 — the most lopsided loss under the current format that dates to 1979.
China's drive for self-sufficiency in aerospace and its growing military prowess will be on display at the country's largest air show this week, in an event set against the backdrop of the coronavirus pandemic and trade frictions with the West. The normally biennial Airshow China in the southern city of Zhuhai, delayed by a year due to COVID-19, will be a mostly domestic affair because of tight quarantine rules. "The fact that Airshow China is happening at all, when the global air show calendar has been pretty disrupted, allows China to show it has returned to post-COVID normalcy," said Douglas Barrie, a senior fellow for military aerospace at the International Institute for Strategic Studies (IISS).