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Cricket

Ben Stokes return divides cricket after ECB decide to end all-rounder’s England ban

BEN STOKES’ punch-up in the street continues to create shockwaves and divisions across English cricket. The fallout — some of which is increasingly bitter — from that fateful night in Bristol has touched every strand of the national t

Celebrity

Kim Kardashian snuck out and hit the gym while her daughter sleeps just days after welcoming her third child into the family

Kim Kardashian works out days after welcoming third child [Getty] Kim Kardashian took some time out of her busy schedule to sweat it out in an intense fitness session, just days after her surrogate gave birth to her and her husband Kanye West's 

World

Christian convert from Iran converting Muslims in Sweden

From escaping Iran through the mountains as a Muslim refugee, to surviving domestic abuse and months in Turkey’s terrifying Agri prison, to carving out a life in Europe, Annahita Parsan’s life story is the stuff of a Hollywood movie.

Celebrity

Kanye West shouts out a name for third baby as reporters hound him for news of a moniker for Kim Kardashian's newborn daughter

Kanye West has offered up a possible name for third baby [Getty] The Yeezy designer and his wife Kim Kardashian West welcomed a baby daughter into the world via surrogate on Monday (15 Jan 2018). The couple are famous for giving their children unusua

Politics

Cory Booker slammed for 'mansplaining,' insulting DHS Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen

Republicans are slamming Democratic Sen. Cory Booker for “mansplaining” in his grilling of Department of Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen Wednesday, when he blasted her “silence and amnesia,” leaving some questioning th

World

British man has decades-old theft conviction cleared after Googling arresting officer's name

A British man’s decades-old theft conviction from the 1970s was overturned Wednesday after he Googled his arresting officer’s name and discovered he committed a similar crime.

Finance

9 phrases only MBAs understand

Only people with business school degrees regularly talk about "resume locks" "SWOT analyses" and "Herbies."

Travel

U.S. tour groups call warnings about travel to Cuba baseless; vow to continue taking Americans to island

Dozens of U.S. groups that organize trips to Cuba say they are continuing to take Americans to the island despite an urging by the U.S. State Department that people reconsider their plans to visit there.

Politics

GOP fights to retain Pennsylvania congressional seat

A special election in the Keystone State’s snow-frosted southwestern corner is the hot new race to watch.

Life & Style

Review: 'Bomb City' Revisits One Boy's Tragic Death In Late-90s Texas

Brian Deneke was 19 when he was deliberately run over by another teenage boy. Two decades later, 'Bomb City' tells his story and raises timeless questions about the nature of American justice.

United States

Senators grill social media companies over terrorist posts

Lawmakers grilled executives Facebook, Google's YouTube and Twitter on Wednesday about what the companies are doing to prevent terrorists from using their platforms to spread propaganda and recruit new followers.

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