• LeBron James on how long he'd last against Ronda Rousey: 'As long as she wanted me to last'

    When UFC women’s bantamweight champion Ronda Rousey called out Floyd Mayweather in her ESPY acceptance speech, “Rowdy” unquestionably added a few more fans to her corner. Four-time NBA league MVP LeBron James was not one of them – that’s because he was

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  • In Friday meet, Umno Supreme Council to review Muhyiddin’s role, says insider

    Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin’s role as Umno deputy president is in question after he was axed as deputy prime minister yesterday. While his position remains secure as he was elected by party members, the Supreme Council can reduce his role given several factors at hand, including the upcoming annual general assembly. Under Umno convention, the deputy president takes charge of administrative matters.

    The Malay Mail Online
  • You won’t believe that these actresses are in their 40s

    On July 24th, Jennifer Lopez celebrated her 46th birthday. Jennifer Lopez has always been in great shape – she started her career as a “Fly Girl,” after all – but over the years her body has become something more iconic. In an effort to get the rest of us up to speed, she recently launched the #BeTheGirl challenge, which encourages fans to help her combat obesity in America.

  • Brave Woman Shares Shocking Weight Loss Photo To Silence Haters

    Simone’s spent the best part of a year losing weight. A woman, who’s been documenting her weight loss journey for the best part of the last year, has bravely shared her most intimate series of snapshots yet – to silence any doubts that others have. Simone Anderson, a hair and make-up stylist from New Zealand, has taken to her Instagram to share a set of three images after some of her followers began to doubt that the pics were real.

  • Nicolas Batum dismisses report that he wants to play for Toronto Raptors

    Rampant player movement is one of the defining features of the contemporary NBA, with teams moving virtually anyone in the pursuit of future flexibility and the accrual of assets. With that in mind, it's not shocking to hear that franchises and players

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  • We’ve got the numbers so 1MDB probe will go on, PAC vice-chair says after chief pulls brake

    KUALA LUMPUR, July 29 ― Parliament’s Public Accounts Committee (PAC) will continue its investigation on 1Malaysia Development Berhad (1MDB), vice-chairman Dr Tan Seng Giaw said, rubbishing claims the inquiry is frozen after several committee members were appointed to Cabinet or made deputy ministers. Dr Tan said the bipartisan PAC still meets the quorum as there are nine members left, after PAC chairman Nur Jazlan Mohamed and three PAC members from Barisan Nasional (BN) were appointed a minister and deputy ministers.

    The Malay Mail Online
  • Skeleton With ‘Alien’ Skull Discovered In Russia

    UFO watchers are in a tizz over the discovery of an ancient skeleton with an elongated skull that resembles an ALIEN. The humanoid skeleton was unearthed from a site known as Russia’s Stonehenge and it is being heralded as proof that aliens visited Earth thousands of years ago. Researcher Maria Makurova told Russian news agency TASS: “We have found a well preserved skeleton.

  • Despite 1MDB woes, pundits say Najib now unassailable after Cabinet purge

    KUALA LUMPUR, July 29 ― With the strategic removal of potential challengers from within his Cabinet, Datuk Seri Najib Razak is likely to remain prime minister until the next election despite his troubles with debt-riddled 1Malaysia Development Berhad (1MDB), political observers said. With a specific reference to his deputy in government as well as in Umno, Tan Sri Muhyiddin, the analysts said the prime minister has effectively neutralised dissent within his party at the risk of enlarging the rift between the camps of both leaders. “Najib will stay as PM, what he has done is standard textbook on political survival, a carrot-and-stick approach where you get rid of your detractors and reward your loyalists,” Universiti Malaysia Sarawak political scientist Dr Faisal Hazis told Malay Mail Online when contacted yesterday.

    The Malay Mail Online
  • Whitney Houston's daughter Bobbi Kristina dead at 22

    Bobbi Kristina Brown, the only child of pop legend Whitney Houston and singer Bobby Brown, has died aged 22, six months after she was found unconscious in a bathtub in her home. Bobbi Kristina -- sole heir to Houston's estate -- was discovered face down and unresponsive in her bathtub in her Atlanta, Georgia home on January 31. Many Houston fans sent messages of support for the family on Twitter, saying Bobbi Kristina would be reunited with her mother.

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  • Credit Card vs Debit Card – Do Singaporeans Know The Differences?

    With a wide array of bank cards in Singapore, many people may not know the exact differences between a credit card and debit card. To help you GET more for your money, we at GET.com will give you a quick run-through of the main differences between a debit card and credit card. Most people in Singapore hold debit cards, simply because there is no minimum income requirement to apply for a debit card as long as you are at least 16 years old and have a savings account with the bank.

  • Gruesome Find: 100 Bodies Stuffed into Ancient House

    The remains of 97 human bodies have been found stuffed into a small 5,000-year-old house in a prehistoric village in northeast China, researchers report in two separate studies. The bodies of juveniles, young adults and middle-age adults were packed

  • Jane Birkin asks Hermes to take name off crocodile handbag

    British singer Jane Birkin has asked luxury manufacturer Hermes to remove her name from its crocodile-skin handbag after learning of the "cruel" methods used to make the iconic accessory. Costing tens of thousands of euros, the Birkin bag is a symbol of wealth and is much-loved by celebrities, but the version made out of crocodile skin has attracted the ire of animal rights activists. "Having been alerted to the cruel practices reserved for crocodiles during their slaughter to make Hermes handbags carrying my name... I have asked Hermes to debaptise the Birkin Croco until better practices in line with international norms can be put in place," Birkin, 68, said in a statement.

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  • Heartwarming: Policewoman Buys Homeless Man Breakfast And Sits On Kerb To Eat With Him

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  • Kim Kardashian Gets Defensive With Caitlyn Jenner: 'Don't Bash Us On Your Way Up'

    Speaking with her friend, Caitlyn admits that Khloe Kardashian is upset because she didn't like the Vanity Fair article. The promo then cuts to Kim offering up some tough love to Caitlyn. In June, Kim chatted with ET about Caitlyn, but made no mention of family drama.

  • Sleeping with smartphones, and other vices

    Consumers around the world admit it: they sleep with their smartphone, take it in the shower, and would rescue the device from a fire before saving the family cat. Sixty percent of those surveyed said they slept holding their handsets -- with the highest percentages in India (74 percent) and China (70 percent). One in six smartphone users said they used their phones while showering, and more than half -- 54 percent -- said they would reach for the smartphone before saving their cat in the event of a fire.

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  • Cabinet purge seen as attempt to influence 1MDB probe, analysts say

    KUALA LUMPUR, July 29 ― The sudden announcement of a Cabinet reshuffle and the removal of Attorney-General Tan Sri Abdul Gani Patail will be seen by the public as an attempt to influence investigations into the 1Malaysia Development Bhd (1MDB) scandal, with the truth unlikely to “ever be known”, analysts have said. Centre for Policy Initiatives director Dr Lim Teck Ghee said the Cabinet reshuffle is clearly an attempt to remove those who have been questioning Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak’s handling of the 1MDB fiasco and to replace them with loyalists. Political analyst Khoo Kay Peng said the investigations will like go through a “controlled” process with a “predictable outcome”.

    The Malay Mail Online
  • US dentist killed Zimbabwe's Cecil the lion

    A wealthy American dentist who used a bow and arrow to shoot Zimbabwe's beloved Cecil the lion faced fierce criticism Tuesday amid allegations that it took 40 hours for the animal to die. The lion, a popular attraction among international visitors to the Hwange National Park, was lured outside the park's boundaries by bait and killed earlier this month. "The offender is a gentleman who is an American called Walter James Palmer," Emmanuel Fundira, president of the Safari Operators Association of Zimbabwe, told reporters in the capital Harare.

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  • Meet The Sleek New Plane Of The Future

    The Delft University of Technology in the Netherlands along with KLM has been looking into aircraft design as part of its AHEAD programme. As well as changing the design, AHEAD’s engineers have come up with a new type of jet engine.

  • 300 years after shipwreck, family finds $1 million in gold

    The night before her treasure-hunting family discovered $1 million worth of Spanish gold off central Florida's Atlantic coast last month, Hillary Schmitt had a premonition they were going to find something big. "I'm like, 'What is this feeling?'" Hillary Schmitt said Tuesday. The next morning, she was on a boat about 1,000 feet off the coast of Fort Pierce when her brother, Eric, surfaced from a 12-foot dive with a gold coin in his hand.

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  • 1,000 top tech leaders warn of future filled with 'killer robots'

    Technology1,000 top tech leaders warn of future filled with ‘killer robots’A group of top tech leaders, including British scientist Stephen Hawking and Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak, on Tuesday issued a stern warning against the development of so-called