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Formula 1

Formula One: Lewis Hamilton claims pole position for Australian Grand Prix

Hamilton’s performance leaves rivals reelingKimi Raikkonen to be in second place on the gridLewis Hamilton claimed pole position for the Australian Grand Prix, with a dominant performance in Melbourne that left his rivals reeling as he and Mercedes prov

Formula 1

Netflix to air major F1 documentary series in 2019

It comes on the heels of the successful Grand Prix Driver series about McLaren's troubled 2017 season, which was recently shown on Amazon.The Netflix deal is also one of the first that the F1 organisation has concluded with a major global brand under Libe


8 Explosive Claims In Rebel Prince, The New Book On Charles

A “devastating” new biography ofCharles, the Prince of Wales, portrays the heir apparent as “pampered and petulant” surrounded by chaos and seething with malice.In Rebel Prince, investigative author Tom Bower reveals the trial


Award-Winning Chef Tom Aikens On How To Eat Fish Sustainably

At a time wherevegetarianismandveganismis on the rise – becoming more and more of a cultural as well as anethicalchoice ­– it’s really difficult to know how you can make yourdietassustainableas possible if you opt to continue to eat


In Egypt, wall-to-wall el-Sissi banners inspire satire

In a surreal scene from the 2001 film "Vanilla Sky," Tom Cruise runs through a deserted Times Square before screaming in despair.

Formula 1

Ecclestone facing new bribery trial

A starting date of October 1, 2019 has been set for a high court action launched against Ecclestone by investment concern Bluewaters Communications Holdings LLC.Bayerische Landesbank and Ecclestone family company Bambino Holdings are also defendants.Bluew


Uber is more vulnerable than ever after its fatal self-driving car crash — but it could end up saving the company

A fatal accident involving a self-driving vehicle was inevitable, but Uber is not currently in a position to handle one. Last weekend's fatal, self-driving car crash could make cities less likely to trust the company and undermine Uber's claim that it's a


Water park boss charged after 10-year-old boy was decapitated on world’s tallest slide as investigators brand ride a ‘deadly weapon’

A KANSAS water park boss has been charged after a 10-year-old boy was decapitated on the world’s tallest slide as investigators brand it a “deadly weapon”. Tyler Austin Miles, 29, is accused of involuntary manslaughter after Caleb Schwab


CITI: There are 2 ways America's biggest companies dole out cash to shareholders — and one is way better than the other

Companies that consistently buyback their shares outperform those that regularly pay dividends, according to Citi's Tobias Levkovich.  Buybacks have helped support stocks at times when mutual funds and other large investors backed off.  Critics

TV & Radio

Why Outlander's Season 4 Villain Will Be Worse Than Black Jack Randall

Outlander will introduce a brand new bad guy in Season 4, and he'll be even worse than Black Jack Randall for some big reasons.


Pivotal Software Files for IPO

Cloud software-services company Pivotal Software., a spinoff of EMC and VMware, plans to go public.

United States

McCabe denies 'lack of candor' in op-ed

In an op-ed for the Washington Post, former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe said that he denies any "lack of candor" and that he did not knowingly mislead investigators.


Love him or hate him, Jordan Henderson is going to the World Cup - and is central to England's hopes

Henderson will likely be England's captain in Russia this summer - and his assured performance proved why he's essential


EPA Tentatively Decides to Ease Vehicle Emission Standards

The Environmental Protection Agency has tentatively concluded that future vehicle emissions standards should be eased, a decision long lobbied for by car companies that argued looming regulations are too stringent and need revision.


Facebook Looks to Calm Advertisers After Cambridge Analytica Crisis

Facebook is hustling to reassure advertising partners—and prevent damage to its core business—as a handful of marketers have suspended advertising on the platform in the wake of revelations that an outside company improperly handled user data.

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