King of Wimbledon: Roger Federer in 2012
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King of Wimbledon: Roger Federer in 2012
If you're a fitness bunny like me, owning a smartwatch is essential for tracking your steps, heart rate, sleep pattern and more.
T-Pain is one of the many singers who tells their stories in "This Is Pop."
Kansas City Chiefs pass rusher Frank Clark is facing a felony weapons charge -- illegal possession of a firearm -- following his Sunday night arrest in Los Angeles, according to TMZ.com Monday. TMZ said Clark, driving a Lamborghini SUV, was found to be carrying an Uzi when pulled over at 9:20 p.m. on a traffic stop. Jail records show Clark posted $35,000 bond and was released Monday afternoon, according to KCTV in L.A.
The Singapore Premier League season will resume about two weeks later than originally planned, while the Singapore Cup has been cancelled.
Clark faced questions about a past arrest when he joined the Chiefs in 2019.
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The United States and South Korea have agreed to consider scrapping a working group established to coordinate North Korea policy, Seoul's foreign ministry said on Tuesday, after it became seen as a way for Washington to block inter-Korean projects. During talks between U.S. special representative for North Korea Sung Kim and his South Korean counterpart Noh Kyu-duk on Monday, the two agreed to "look into terminating the working group" while reinforcing coordination at other levels, the ministry said in a statement. On Monday Kim said he was willing to meet with the North Koreans "anywhere, anytime without preconditions" and that he looks forward to a "positive response soon".
The Great Barrier Reef should be listed as a World Heritage Site that is “in danger”, a UN committee recommended on Tuesday, a suggestion Australia said it strongly opposed and would appeal. The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization committee, which sits under UNESCO, recommended the Great Barrier Reef's inclusion because of the impact of climate change. The recommendation undercuts Australia's defence that it is taking climate change seriously and has major implications for a major tourism destination that thousands of jobs rely on.
Thunderstorms rolled over the Kentucky area on June 21, bringing heavy rainfall and strong winds.Footage captured by Twitter user @the_Aimee_ , who said she filmed it in Naperville, Kentucky, shows the rainfall and wind. “I mean I like pina coladas and getting caught in the rain, but come on!” she wrote on her post.The National Weather Service forecasted “widespread” thunderstorms in the region throughout the morning and afternoon of June 21. Credit: @the_Aimee_ via Storyful
Australia will strongly oppose a UNESCO plan to list the Great Barrier Reef as "in danger" over its deterioration caused by climate change, the government said Tuesday.
Michelle Lee, Allure’s top editor for the last five and a half years, is joining the Netflix marketing team in a newly created editorial and publishing role. Lee announced her move to Netflix, where she will be global VP of editorial and publishing, in an Instagram post Monday. “This is an exciting but bittersweet moment […]
Chile booked their place in the quarter-finals of the Copa America on Monday after securing a 1-1 draw with Uruguay in Group A.
The former Pittsburgh lineman was in the "wrong place, wrong time" when he was shot in Washington, D.C., his agent said.
Parkland Corp said on Monday it will open up to 100 ultra-fast electric vehicle charging ports in British Columbia by 2022, creating the largest network in the province by site count, up from just a handful in Canada today. Calgary-based Parkland, Canada's second largest convenience store operator, said it will invest C$10 million $8.09 million) in the network at about 25 existing retail sites from Vancouver Island to Calgary. "What we can offer our customers is charge points every 100 to 150 kilometres (93.2 miles) along major routes," Parkland chief executive Bob Espey told Reuters.
News of Khloé Kardashian and Tristan Thompson's split comes as news report claims he partied with multiple women.
The 23-year-old actress has never been afraid to be real.
A Peruvian judge on Monday declined a prosecutor's request to return presidential election candidate Keiko Fujimori to remand prison for allegedly failing to comply with her bail conditions over charges of money laundering and corruption she faces. Fujimori, the eldest daughter of the imprisoned former president Alberto Fujimori, is facing trial over claims she received $1.2 million from Brazilian construction company Odebrecht to fund previous presidential campaigns in 2011 and 2016. Prosecutor José Domingo Pérez told Judge Víctor Zúñiga on Monday Fujimori breached bail restrictions by having contact with a witness in the case.
David Katz, executive VP of digital at Fox Sports, will leave the Fox Corp. division this fall after three years. Katz is departing to return to ThePostGame, the digital sports content and marketing agency he founded in 2007 and previously ran before joining Fox Sports in September 2018. He will serve as ThePostGame’s non-executive chairman, […]
Several people were injured and dozens of properties damaged when a tornado touched down in the western suburbs of Chicago late on Sunday, June 20, media reported.The City of Naperville reported extensive damage to buildings, with 16 homes “uninhabitable.”Five people were taken to hospital, one in a critical condition, the city said.Doorcam footage captured at Steve Siannas’s home in Naperville shows the tornado blowing through the area. Credit: Steve Siannas via Storyful
The Coronado Unified School District superintendent called his students' actions "reprehensible" on Monday after they threw tortillas at another school after a tense championship game.