Business

Rolls-Royce considers marine business sale as it restructures again

Rolls-Royce is considering selling the bulk of its struggling marine business as the company embarks on another restructuring which aims to further slash costs.

Entertainment

‘The Librarians’: Rebecca Romijn Teases ‘Softer Eve Baird’ For Rest Of Season

Ahead of this week’s “The Librarians” Season 4, episode 9, actress Rebecca Romijn dropped by KTLA 5 Morning News to talk about the TNT fantasy-adventure series. During the interview, the 45-year-old admitted that something is different

Health

Swallowing Sea Water May Have an Unexpected Health Risk

It's because they swallow so much ocean water

Business

BlackRock's Fink is 'extraordinarily hypocritical' to push social responsibility, says Sam Zell

The New York Times reports Fink will inform business leaders that their companies need to do more than just make profits.

Entertainment

Aziz Ansari responds to sexual misconduct allegation: 'I was surprised and concerned'

"Master of None" star Aziz Ansari has responded to an allegation of sexual assault by a woman he went out on a date with in the fall.

Business

British supermarket chickens show record levels of antibiotic-resistant superbugs

Food Standards Agency reports ‘significant increase’ of harmful pathogen campylobacter in British-farmed chickensChickens for sale in Britain’s supermarkets are showing record levels of superbugs resistant to some of the strongest anti

Top News

New Zealand Football website hacked with fake news of CEO Andy Martin's resignation

The fake article appeared on the All Whites' official website claiming his resignation was effective immediately.

Football

Liverpool starlet Ryan Kent joins Bristol City on loan for rest of the season

BRISTOL CITY have boosted their promotion hopes by landing Liverpool’s highly-rated starlet Ryan Kent on loan. The flying winger becomes the club’s second signing this month after Liam Walsh’s permanent move was announced. He is avail

World

Harvey Weinstein slapped in face in restaurant in Arizona

Harvey Weinstein was slapped in the face in a restaurant in Arizona.

Football

Manchester United striker James Wilson joins Championship side Sheffield United on loan for rest of the season

MANCEHSTER UNITED striker James Wilson has joined Sheffield United on loan for the remainder of the season. Wilson, 22, was handed his first-team debut by United interim boss Ryan Giggs in 2014 scoring a brace in the home win against Hull. More to follow

World

Fed likely to be disappointed with inflation again this year, UBS says

Inflation in the U.S. is forecast to end 2018 below the Fed's target, said UBS' chief U.S. economist Seth Carpenter.

Weird

Man ‘tried to eat napkin’ in Michelin-starred restaurant

He was eating at a restaurant where a starter can cost £44.

World

Ed Westwick cut from BBC drama as BBC reshoots scenes with replacement actor

Ed Westwick is to be replaced by another actor in the BBC's Agatha Christie adaptation, Ordeal by Innocence, after he was accused of sexual assault.

Technology

YouTube says Logan Paul video violated its policies

Social media star Logan Paul posted a YouTube video, which appears to show a body hanging from a tree in Japan's 'suicide forest.' The incident raises questions about why YouTube didn't delete the video sooner.

Social

Telegram and Instagram being restricted in Iran

 Messaging app Telegram and Facebook-owned social sharing platform Instagram appear to be being blocked in Iran.Read More

World

'4-Hour Work Week' author Tim Ferriss is convinced New Year's resolutions are a waste of time — so he does a simple annual ritual instead

Bestselling author and star podcast host Tim Ferriss skips New Year's resolutions, but goes for a 30-minute annual review.

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