Manchester City thrashed West Brom 5-0 to move back top of the Premier League on Tuesday as Arsenal aided their push towards the European places with a 3-1 win at Southampton.
Manchester City returned to the top of the Premier League table in emphatic fashion on Tuesday by crushing West Bromwich Albion 5-0 at the Hawthorns. City, who scored three goals in the opening half hour, have 41 points, one more than rivals Manchester United who have also played 19 games and will return to the summit if they beat bottom club Sheffield United at Old Trafford on Wednesday. Ilkay Gundogan put City ahead in the sixth minute, showing great control as he collected a pass from Joao Cancelo and curled a shot into the far corner.
Let us know what you think by commenting below and tweeting @YahooStyleCA! Follow us on Twitter and Instagram and sign up for our newsletter.Good genes run in the family for Hailey Bieber.On Sunday, the 24-year-old model shared throwback family photos with her more than 32.5 million Instagram followers to celebrate her sister Alaia Baldwin Arnow's 28th birthday.In addition to sharing photos from her childhood, Bieber also shared a photo of herself with her mother, Kennya Baldwin, and her grandmother, Mary Ellen Deodato. The three generations of women, whom Bieber affectionately calls “Nana” and “Mama,” posed together on a couch alongside a cute dog.ALSO SEE: Kylie Jenner hit the gym in a pair of booty shorts from this celeb-approved brandAlthough she may bear a striking resemblance to her mother, Bieber gets her love of the camera from her father, actor Stephen Baldwin. The “Usual Suspects” actor has been married to Kennya, a Brazilian graphic designer since 1990.Want more celebrities and their lookalike family members?Scroll through our gallery to see more celebs and their lookalike kids!Let us know what you think by commenting below and tweeting @YahooStyleCA! Follow us on Twitter and Instagram and sign up for our newsletter.
Manchester City stormed to the top of the Premier League on Tuesday with a 5-0 demolition of West Brom to extend their winning streak to 11 games.
Bukayo Saka starred as Arsenal avenged their FA Cup exit against Southampton with a 3-1 win in the Premier League rematch on Tuesday.
The Cleveland Indians have agreed to bring back second baseman Cesar Hernandez on a one-year deal, multiple outlets reported Tuesday. Hernandez signed a one-year deal worth $6.25 million last year. Hernandez, 30, appeared in 58 games (57 starts) last season, his first in Cleveland, and hit .283/.355/.408, leading the league in doubles with 20.
Ibrahimovic's match started in typically clinical fashion in front of goal after the evergreen Swede superbly fired home in the 31st minute to give Milan the lead -- his eighth goal in seven appearances for Milan against Inter in all competitions. As the first half drew to a close, Ibrahimovic was booked for his part in a clash with Inter's Romelu Lukaku, with the pair, former team mates at Manchester United, continuing their argument down the tunnel at halftime.
President Joe Biden on Tuesday issued a firm call to heal America's racial divide, taking several steps and promising more to confront racism and inequality that he said has plagued the United States for far too long. Racial tensions simmered during the turbulent four-year presidency of Donald Trump and Biden noted that the Jan. 6 siege of the Capitol by Trump supporters was carried out by "thugs, insurrectionists, political extremists and white supremacists." "We've never fully lived up to the founding principles of this nation - to state the obvious - that all people are created equal and have a right to be treated equally throughout their lives," Biden said in remarks at the White House.
The upcoming Showtime series “The First Lady” has cast Kristine Froseth and Jayme Lawson, Variety has learned exclusively. The pair join previously announced series stars Viola Davis and Michelle Pfeiffer, who will play Michelle Obama and Betty Ford respectively. Formerly known as “First Ladies,” the show is described as a reframing of American leadership, told through […]
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Williams will take years to fight back from rock bottom in Formula One but there is a new sense of optimism, according to the team's former driver and newly-appointed senior advisor Jenson Button. The founding family sold up last August, with U.S.-based Dorilton capital taking over and breaking with the past by buying in gearboxes and hydraulics from engine partners Mercedes. "I think with the new owners, they’re not afraid to think outside the box and try new things," said Button, the 2009 world champion with Brawn GP.
There may be only a one in a billion chance of failing a doping test due to the COVID-19 vaccine, but some athletes will still resist inoculation, scientists from the World Anti-Doping Agency and the United States Olympic & Paralympic Committee (USOPC) said on Tuesday. While WADA's director of sciences and international partnerships Olivier Rabin said the chances of the vaccine leading to a possible doping test failure were so vanishingly small as to be almost non-existent, USOPC medical chief Jon Finnoff said take-up would still not be universal. Finnoff told Reuters that like any segment of the general public, some athletes would be simply uncomfortable with getting a vaccine shot.
Former Zappos CEO Tony Hsieh locked himself in a shed with nitrous oxide cartridges, liquor bottles, drug paraphernalia, and a propane heater and candles, among other flammables, in the moments leading up to the November fire that killed him, a fire department report said on Tuesday. The report offers the most information to date on the Connecticut blaze that ultimately led to Hsieh’s death a little more than a week later from smoke inhalation. New London Fire Department officials said they couldn’t determine whether “carelessness or even an intentional act” by Hsieh started the fire, but that the presence of drugs and alcohol may have impaired his reaction to the fire. New London Fire Marshal Vernon Skau shared several other potential causes for the fire, including the misuse of candles. An investigation from the New London Police Department found no signs of criminality tied to the fire. Hsieh’s death was ruled accidental by the Connecticut state medical examiner’s office. As TheWrap reported in early December, Hsieh’s affinity for nitrous oxide, alcohol and candles concerned those closest to him in his final days — and led some to believe his hard-partying ways contributed to his inability to escape the fire that ultimately killed him. Fire officials said Hsieh was staying at the home of a former Zappos executive when he died. At about 3:00 a.m. on Nov. 17, a friend when to check on Hsieh inside the 300 square-foot shed and noticed a candle was burning a candle near Hsieh. The friend alerted Hsieh and told him to put out the candles, which he agreed to do. Security camera footage shows the friend told Hsieh “you’re going to smoke yourself out” and “that’s poison.” Hsieh responded, saying “It’s poisonous but I used it to light a fire.” Also Read: Tony Hsieh's Nitrous Oxide Use, Love of Candles May Have Contributed to Tragic Death A few minutes later, Hsieh opened the shed’s door and showed “occasional light smoke” was “wisping from the door.” The fire department report added it appeared “as though there was an incipient fire within the shed at that time.” Hsieh’s brother Andrew then knocked on the door at 3:20 a.m. and said it was time to leave for a vacation they had planned. Hsieh, according to the video footage, told him to return in a five minutes. Smoke continued to fill the shed and a carbon monoxide alarm went off. The report says a sound on the security footage indicates the relief valve on the propane tank was “actuated to relieve pressure from within the tank.” The smoke then started to emanate from the shed at an increased rate before the security feed went dead at 3:24 a.m. A friend told fire officials they checked on Hsieh a few minutes later and tried to break the door down to get in before calling the fire department. Hsieh was found face down on a blanket a few minutes later when firefighters arrived and rushed to a nearby hospital. He was later airlifted to the Connecticut Burn Center, where he died on Nov. 27. The son of Taiwanese immigrants, Hsieh graduated from Harvard University before embarking on a successful career as an entrepreneur, venture capitalist and civic leader. Prior to joining Zappos, Hsieh co-founded the online advertising network LinkExchange, which he sold to Microsoft in 1998 for $265 million. While at Zappos, he also became a leading figure in public and private efforts to redevelop downtown Las Vegas. In 2013, he moved Zappos’ headquarters to the former Las Vegas City Hall building and pledged $350 million to other revitalization efforts. “Tony Hsieh played a pivotal role in helping transform Downtown Las Vegas,” Nevada Gov. Steve Sisolak tweeted. “Kathy and I send our love and condolences to Tony’s family and friends during this difficult time.” Read original story Zappos Founder Tony Hsieh Surrounded by Drugs and Nitrous Oxide Cartridges in Fatal Fire At TheWrap
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British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said his government had done everything it could to minimize loss of life in the coronavirus pandemic after the country's death toll exceeded 100,000. "I take full responsibility for everything that the government has done," Johnson said on Tuesday (January 26). "What I can tell you is that we truly did everything we could, and continue to do everything we can, to minimize loss of life and to minimize suffering." Britain will see more deaths from coronavirus before a vaccination program takes effect, England's chief medical officer Chris Whitty said after the country's death toll exceeded 100,000. Johnson said he does not want European Union countries to restrict the supply of coronavirus vaccines to Britain, saying the lesson of the pandemic is that nations need to work together.
Female soldiers can let their hair down, and flash a little nail color under new rules being approved by the Army. Army leaders announced Tuesday that they are loosening restrictions on various grooming and hairstyle rules, as service leaders try to address longstanding complaints, particularly from women. The changes, which also expand allowances for earrings and hair highlights and dyes, are particularly responsive to women of various ethnicities, and will allow greater flexibility for braids, twists, cornrows and other styles more natural for their hair.
President Joe Biden signalled a tougher US stance on Russia Tuesday in his first phone call with President Vladimir Putin, raising concerns over human rights and "aggression" against Ukraine, but welcoming cooperation on a new nuclear weapons accord.
Jan.26 -- Microsoft Corp. said fiscal second-quarter sales rose 17% thanks to buoyant demand for corporate cloud-computing services and software tools that support at-home workers. Bloomberg Intelligence's Anurag Rana takes a look at the numbers on "Bloomberg Markets: The Close."