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Australia vs Pakistan: James Pattinson faces 1st Test match ban for abusing opponent in Sheffield Shield

Australia's James Pattinson has been handed a ban for the first Test against Pakistan for personal abuse on an opponent while playing for Victoria in a Sheffield...


MacKinnon scores in OT, Avalanche beat Canucks 5-4

VANCOUVER, British Columbia (AP) — Nathan MacKinnon scored his second goal of the game 27 seconds into overtime, lifting the Colorado Avalanche to a 5-4...


College football top 25 scores, overreactions, Week 12: Alabama removed from College Football Playoff picture

The Crimson Tide lost their starting quarterback, but that shouldn't exclude them from the playoff


Harry Styles Basically Dressed Up Like a Watermelon to Sing 'Watermelon Sugar' on 'SNL'

Harry Styles is officially riding a "Watermelon Sugar" high following his musical guest performance on Saturday Night Live. After...


News24.com | UK's Prince Andrew denies having sex with Epstein accuser in sensational TV interview

Britain's Prince Andrew has "categorically" denied having sex with an alleged teen victim of disgraced US financier Jeffrey Epstein.


Mark Lawrenson outlines what’s different about Liverpool FC this season

Mark Lawrenson believes Liverpool FC aren’t a better team this season but admitted Jurgen Klopp’s squad have more belief this term. The Reds are sitting at...


The car insurance myths which could cost invalidate your police and cost you your motor

The car insurance myths which could cost invalidate your police and cost you your motorYou could face points, a fine or even have your vehicle seized


'Yellow or pink ball, he is going to be leader of attack': Gambhir, Steyn, Gavaskar hail Mohammed Shami

Mohammed Shami helped India wrap up the 1st Test against Bangladesh in Indore within three days.


Oracle’s Copyright Case Against Google Goes to Supreme Court

Google’s Android is by far the most popular mobile operating system (OS) on the plant. According to Oracle, however, it’s built at least in part on stolen...


AP Top 25 Takeaways: Don’t play blame game with Tua’s injury

The only foolproof way to avoid being injured playing football is to not play at all. Alabama star Tua Tagovailoa started Saturday at Mississippi State, a week...


Hong Kong protests see renewed clashes at university

HONG KONG (AP) — Police have fired tear gas at protesters holding out at Hong Kong Polytechnic University as overnight clashes resumed in the morning. A large...


Astros sent scouts email that suggested using cameras to steal signs in 2017 postseason, report says

More details about Houston's sign-stealing scheme have emerged


St Mark's Square reopens in Venice, but water remains high

Tourists and residents were allowed back into St Mark's Square in Venice on Saturday, a day after it was closed due to exceptionally high tidal waters that swept...


Obama warns Democrats not to veer to far left with Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders

Barack Obama warns Democrats that veering too far left would alienate many voters who would otherwise be open to the party's nominee next year.


Prince Andrew says he has 'no recollection' of meeting sex accuser

Prince Andrew has told BBC television he has "no recollection of ever meeting" an American woman who alleges she was forced to have sex with him while underage.


New law will allow religious public school students in Ohio to give scientifically incorrect answers

The Student Religious Liberties Act is the latest in a long line of accommodations for religion in US public school curricula.


Gambia accuses Myanmar of Rohingya 'genocide' at top UN court

The small African nation of the Gambia has filed a lawsuit at the International Court of Justice, formally accusing Myanmar of genocide against its Rohingya...


Fears of more social media misinformation, tampering ahead of UK vote

Facebook is opening up a war room to quickly respond to election hoaxes. Twitter is banning political ads. Google plans to crack down on bogus videos on YouTube.


Murray Cook goes from wiggling to soul moving

Much like Superman's Clark Kent popping on spectacles, ex-Wiggle Murray Cook has found little wardrobe tweaks can work wonders when avoiding attention.


Australia: Software development: I paid for it, is it not mine? - Coleman Greig Lawyers

Where development of software is subcontracted out, you have a legal right to use the software, but you do not own it.

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