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Eagle sees Harman take three-shot lead


Harman is three shots clear on what is a congested leaderboard, with Zach Johnson (67), John Peterson (64), Tom Hoge (65), Chris Kirk (67) and Talor Gooch (66) at 10 under. While Spieth was less than pleased as he left the course, Australian PGA champion Smith will be feeling confident after an opening round which saw him post six birdies. Read More »

Life Time fitness center removes cable news channels from its screens


By blocking those networks, the gym hopes to better "provide family-oriented environments free of consistently negative or politically charged content". By February, all TV screens built into the cardio machines will have the ability to show cable news channels, the Star Tribune reported . Life Time health clubs have decided the news these days isn't exactly healthy for its clients. Read More »

[ALERT] EFF members protest against racist ad outside H&M stores


The global retailer, which has 4,500 stores in 62 countries, opened its first store in Africa two years ago and immediately found itself at the centre of a public backlash when it failed to feature any black models in its advertising. "Our position is simple, we have got this wrong and we are deeply sorry", the apology read. The image advertising the £7.99 jumper was removed from H&M's U.S. Read More »

California mudslides death toll rises with 13 still missing


Authorities had reported soon after the landslide that 48 people were missing , but that figure ultimately was corrected to eight. The death toll climbed as emergency workers pulled bodies from the river of knee-deep debris which descended on the community of Montecito and the surrounding Romero Canyon area after a torrent of rain earlier in the week. Read More »

AU ambassadors demand apology from Trump over racist remarks

The White House did not deny them. There is no other word you can use but "racist". On Thursday, Trump was meeting lawmakers to discuss a proposal for an immigration plan when he reportedly grew agitated as the conversation turned to citizens of Haiti and El Salvador, and immigrants from the African continent. Read More »

Barcelona to face city rival Espanyol in Copa quarterfinals


It didn't take long for the Brazilian star to appreciate the playing riches on show on the pitch. Pione Sisto had equalised for Celta after Jose Arnaiz found the net for Barca in the first leg at Estadio de Balaidos; an away-goal that gives Barca a small advantage, although their manager, Ernesto Valverde , won't try to sit back and defend that narrow advantage. Read More »

White people are the only ones still surprised by Trump's racism

Earlier, the government of Botswana had announced that it had summoned the U.S. ambassador to explain Trump's comments, reportedly made on Thursday at a White House meeting on immigration. It gave us a plotline that told us as much about the people around its protagonist as the protagonist himself: a disastrous whirlwind on immigration, one of the show's signature issues. Read More »

'Three Billboards,' filmed in North Carolina, wins big at Golden Globe Awards


Rachel Brosnahan won best actress in a TV series musical or comedy for the recently debuted " The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel ". "For too long, women have not been heard or believed if they dare speak the truth to the power of those men". The news has been awash with stories from the recent Golden Globe Awards - whether it's concerning disgraced directors and actors across Hollywood or women wearing black in solidarity with those who have come forward over sexual misconduct . Read More »

Eminem, Kendrick Lamar headline 2018 Firefly Festival lineup


It's that time again when all the mega music festivals begin rolling out their very similar and unimaginative lineups. The festival grew from around 35-thousand in 2012 90-thousand. "It's unbelievable to see so many different people and cultures coming together in our little state". The Sheffield band's last show was at Rio de Janeiro's HSBC Arena on November 15, 2014. Read More »

Jennifer Lopez Set to Return to 'Will & Grace' in 2 Different Roles


Lopez will play two characters during her "Will & Grace" stint. Pop star and actress Jennifer Lopez is to appear in a forthcoming episode of revived U.S. " Shades of Blue " will return for a third season on NBC , but there's no premiere date yet. The original finale, which revealed the futures of the friends, was written off as one of Karen's alcohol induced dreams in the first of the new episodes. Read More »

Eric Clapton: 'I'm going deaf'


One of music's greatest living legends revealed that his job is getting harder and harder on January 11. I mean, I am going deaf , I've got migraines, my hands only about work. "It's wonderful to myself that I'm still here". "I am going to do a show at Hyde Park [British Summer Time Festival] in July", he says. "The only thing I'm concerned about now is always being in my seventies and now being able to be skilful". Read More »

France tries to stem damage from failed baby milk recall


Le Maire fired harsh criticism against Lactalis before the press conference, calling it a "failing company". "Lactalis will take back every single box of baby dairy products manufactured in the site of Craon (in northwestern France), regardless of the (production) date", the minister told a press conference following a meeting with Lactalis executives. Read More »

"The Post" is savory meat and potatoes Spielberg


Set in 1971 in Washington, D.C., Spielberg's " The Post " is based on the fascinating true story of the Pentagon Papers , a revealing and extensive series of documents that exposed backroom US involvement in Vietnam stretching back to the Truman administration. Read More »

Celebrity Big Brother's India Willoughby admits she's caused fights for airtime!


The transgender journalist was nominated for eviction for tonight alongside Love Island's Jonny Mitchell . I think Ashley is only entertaining the whole ginuwine thing bc she knows it will get her more camera time. The interaction began when Willoughby, who is a transgender broadcaster in the United Kingdom, asked Ginuwine , a D.C. native, if he would date a transgender woman. Read More »

Trump Predicts Clean Bill of Health in First Presidential Exam


The president is to fly by helicopter Friday afternoon to Walter Reed National Military Medical Center outside Washington in Bethesda , Md., for a physical exam. Democratic Rep Jamie Raskin of Maryland introduced a bill in April to create a commission that would study whether the president was mentally or physically unable to perform his duties. Read More »

Saudi Arabia Will Soon Have More Than 10000 Female Taxi Drivers


Women in Saudi Arabia will finally be able to go shopping for a new auto just months after the country granted them the right to drive. The Saudi General Sports Authority said it had provided all the necessary accommodations to "create an attractive sports environment for families and provide everything needed to ensure their privacy". Read More »

'Where's my Bill Cosby pill?'


Then-presidential candidate Hillary Clinton sits with Chris Matthews on the set of the MSNBC Hillary Clinton Town Hall on March 14, 2016, in Springfield, Illinois. Cosby has been accused of sexual misconduct by dozens of women and some of his accusers allege that he drugged and raped them. "This was a awful comment I made in poor taste during the height of the Bill Cosby headlines", Matthews said to the Cut . Read More »

Salman Yusuff Khan: I'm enjoying choreographing Bigg Boss 11's finale acts


While many knew Shilpa from being a popular face in the show "Bhabhiji Ghar Par Hain", people got to know Vikas closely after he entered the show. Shilpa was asked to pretend as if she's still a part of the task by Vikas. Hina also revealed that she doesn't like Shilpa's habit of adding mustard seeds in food. As the contestants woke up to the song, Baadshah Oh Baadshah , the "Vikas City" task continued for another day where dictator Vikas somehow convinced Shilpa Shinde to help him win ... Read More »