• Allardyce sacked as England manager - Sky Sports

    LONDON (Reuters) - Sam Allardyce has been sacked as England manager after 67 days in the job, Sky Sports reported on Tuesday. Allardyce, 61, was caught up in a newspaper sting in which he is alleged to have met a bogus consortium of Far East businessmen seeking advice on the Premier League’s billion-pound transfer market. During meetings with undercover reporters from The Daily Telegraph, Allardyce is reported to have criticised his predecessor Roy Hodgson, referring to him as "Woy" and saying he "hasn’t got the personality" for public speaking. ...

    Reuters
  • Trump brags about not paying taxes: 'That makes me smart'

    Donald Trump's claim came as Hillary Clinton accused him of hiding something in not releasing his federal income tax returns.

    CNBC
  • Philippines' Duterte pivots to China, Russia as investors flee

    Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte said Monday he would seek closer economic ties with China and Russia, as the local currency and stock market extended declines following Western criticism of his deadly war on crime. The peso hit a seven-year low to the dollar on Monday and foreign investors pulled out from local shares for a 23rd straight day, which analysts said was due to growing uncertainty over Duterte's handling of what has been one of Asia's best-performing economies in recent years. "I will open trade alliances with Russia and China so all you other investors, just go.

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  • Actress AnnaLynne McCord: 'I sold my body for love'

    The former 90210 star has been encouraged by all the messages of support and thanks she has received from other victims.

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  • Altantuya’s family gets private firm to serve documents on Oz-based killer

    KUALA LUMPUR, Sept 27 — The family of murdered Mongolian Altantuya Shaariibuu has engaged a private company to serve court documents to one of her two convicted killers who is currently in...

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  • Singapore scion buys 49 percent stake in Rolling Stone

    A Singapore firm headed by a scion of one of Asia's richest families has bought a 49 percent stake in Rolling Stone, with plans to diversify the iconic magazine into new business including live events and merchandising. BandLab Technologies, a music and technology start-up headed by 28-year-old Kuok Meng Ru, bought the stake for an undisclosed sum and will partner current owners Wenner Media, the firms said in a statement late Sunday. Rolling Stone International, a new subsidiary to be headed by Kuok, will organise events including concerts, and develop merchandising and hospitality services, Bloomberg News reported.

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  • Uber launches global assault on food delivery market

    By Eric Auchard AMSTERDAM (Reuters) - Uber is making an aggressive drive into meal delivery, backed by a wave of staff recruitment, with the U.S. tech heavyweight gearing up to enter at least 22 new countries and take on local rivals. In a measure of rising ambition beyond its taxi business, Uber [UBER.UL] will begin delivering meals in Amsterdam on Thursday just as Dutch market leader Takeaway.com , begins trading on the city's stock market.

    Reuters
  • 'Pokemon Go' fervor has cooled, but the game isn't dead yet

    Does "Pokemon Go" have a second act? The mobile phone app was an instant hit when it debuted in July. Crowds stampeded after a Vaporeon in Central Park and people fell off cliffs playing it in ...

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  • Wide-eyed Leicester face Champions League home bow

    Four months on from their astonishing 5,000-1 Premier League triumph, the stardust returns to Leicester City's King Power Stadium in Tuesday's first ever Champions League home game against Porto. Leicester have made a faltering start to their title defence and after Saturday's 4-1 loss at Manchester United, they have now lost as many league games -- three -- as in the entirety of last season. "In Bruges it was a surreal feeling –- you walk out on a Champions League carpet, through a Champions League arch," said winger Marc Albrighton, who scored Leicester's opener in Belgium.

    AFP News
  • Two Philippine airliners abort flights due to problems

    A Philippine passenger jet heading to Japan was forced to turn back Monday after smoke was detected in the aircraft, while the wheel of a second plane caught fire after it aborted taking off from a separate airport, an aviation official said. The first incident involved a Philippine Airlines flight to Haneda which had just taken off from Manila, said Eric Apolonio, spokesman for the civil aviation authority. PAL said there was no panic and the passengers all disembarked safely and would travel to Japan on another aircraft.

    AFP News
  • A Rare Black Moon Will Rise In the Sky on Friday Night

    Get ready for some excellent stargazing.

    Country Living
  • Justin Theroux opens up about wedded bliss with Jennifer Aniston

    The couple married in a surprise star-studded ceremony in 2015 after four years of dating.

    Cover Media
  • New US$299 Xiaomi 5s boasts dirt-resistant ultrasonic fingerprint scanner

    The new Xiaomi 5s and 5s Plus will go on sale in China on September 29 ‘Tis the season of smartphone launches: the top dogs in the smartphone industry — Apple and Samsung — have both launched their new flagship models for the year; Google is also set to launch a new smartphone next week.... The post New US$299 Xiaomi 5s boasts dirt-resistant ultrasonic fingerprint scanner appeared first on e27.

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  • Woman Gets $5,000 Delivery from Domino's

    And for being honest, she gets free pizza for a year! 

    Cosmopolitan
  • Kylie Jenner trolled by fans after Rob Kardashian tweets her phone number

    The reality star took offence to his fiancee Blac Chyna not being invited to a baby shower thrown for him by his sisters.

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  • Australia softens 'backpacker tax' after outcry

    Australia on Tuesday watered down plans for a "backpacker tax" on foreigners on working holidays, after an outcry from farmers and tourism operators. Some 600,000 backpackers travel to Australia every year, many of them finding work picking fruit, and farmers had complained bitterly that the tax could affect labour supply at harvest time. "We recognise absolutely the important part that backpackers play in the overall tourism industry," Treasurer Scott Morrison told reporters in Canberra.

    AFP News
  • Gigi Hadid: 'My inner fighter defended me in Milan'

    Gigi Hadid couldn't believe people disputed her actions when she was lifted up by prankster Vitalii Sediuk in Milan.

    Cover Media
  • I wore the helmet of America’s most expensive war machine and there's nothing quite like it

    WASHINGTON, D.C. —The F-35 Lightning II is without doubt one of the most intricate weapons...

    Business Insider
  • The Unspoken Problem: Gynecomastia (aka Man Boobs) And Its Silent Sufferers

    Men or women, we all have insecurities. Some of us dislike how our arms are a little too thin, while some of us dislike the way that our jawline isn’t as masculine as we wishy they were. All of these … The post The Unspoken Problem: Gynecomastia (aka Man Boobs) And Its Silent Sufferers appeared first on Vulcan Post.

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  • Minister: Don’t prejudge go-kart accident, probe underway

    KUALA LUMPUR, Sept 27 ― Higher Education Minister Datuk Seri Idris Jusoh today urged parties not to speculate on the recent go-kart accident in Pahang that claimed two lives. He said this...

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