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Chelsea vs Tottenham: Match preview and prediction

Tottenham's win last weekend, coupled with Chelsea's defeat to Manchester United, leaves just four points separating the two sides as they move their focus to qualification for the FA Cup final on 27 May. While these two sides are competing for the league title, first they'll need to decide which one of them has a shot at winning the FA Cup . We're going there trying to play in our way and trying to win and go to the final. Read More »

Starbucks Calls Shifting-Color Drink a 'Unicorn Frappuccino'

On Wednesday, a man who said he is Starbucks barista, posted a video on Twitter where he begged the masses to stop ordering the drink. The Unicorn Frappuccino is no different than cheap mood rings that seem perpetually stuck on an ugly brown or yellow color. Read More »

Trump congratulates Erdogan on referendum victory


Addressing supporters in Ankara, Erdogan said the country could hold a referendum on its long-stalled European Union membership bid. After winning Sunday's constitutional reform vote by 51.41 percent, Erdogan will no longer have to share power after November with the prime minister, whose post is due to be abolished. Read More »

Canada Day 2018 shouldn't be about legalizing marijuana: Bill Blair


Provinces and territories would make their own decisions regarding the distribution and sale of marijuana, Health Canada says. It would also allow them to grow as many as four marijuana plants in their homes. The legislation must still be approved by Parliament but with Trudeau's Liberal party holding a majority its passage in considered assured. However, crossing the border into the United States, where marijuana has only been legalized in eight states, including California and the ... Read More »

Italian court rules worker's tumour caused by mobile use


Roberto Romeo, 57, belonging to the north Italian northern town of Ivrea testified in court that his work duties required him to use his mobile for three to four hours of each working day for almost 15 years. Romeo sued the state social security agency, not Telecom Italia, where he still works. His lawyer said those could include reducing cel phone use and using specialized anti-radiation ear buds. Read More »

Who stashed gold inside a British piano? It's a mystery


The hoard was discovered by tuning technician Martin Backhouse, 61, who initially thought the "gobsmacking" discovery was "moth repellent" before realising it was too heavy. Graham and Meg Hemmings, formerly of Saffron Walden, owned the piano for 33 years and used the instrument to teach their children music - and were entirely unaware of its secret stash of gold. Read More »

Pence to talk trade, security and koalas during Australian visit


US Vice President Mike Pence talks to Chief Imam Nasaruddin Umar during his visit to the Istiqlal Mosque in Jakarta, Indonesia April 20, 2017 . Australia's relationship with the new administration in Washington got off to a rocky start when Trump lambasted Turnbull over a refugee resettlement arrangement that Trump labeled a "dumb" deal. Read More »

Mike Riley: Tanner Lee is our top QB heading into the summer


In a string of tweets Wednesday evening, NU coach Mike Riley announced Lee as the team's top quarterback exiting the spring, with Patrick O'Brien the presumed second in line. Lee was sharp in the spring game on Saturday, completing 13 of 19 passes for 190 yards and three touchdowns. Share with Us - We'd love to hear eyewitness accounts, the history behind an article, and smart, constructive criticism. Read More »

Rescued teen showed no anger toward her teacher

Thursday, April 20, 2017: Authorities found Thomas safe in northern California . He was arrested Thursday after a tip led police to them at a remote cabin in Cecilville , California. Lopey said the two had previously been at a commune called Black Bear Ranch, but "didn't get along" with commune residents and ended up leaving. He was not on the property when the pair was there. Read More »

Unicorn Frappuccino Causes Starbucks Employee To Have Epic Meltdown In Viral Video


Starbucks's Unicorn Frappuccino tastes like sour birthday cake mixed with a creamsicle covered in Pixie Stix and a healthy sprinkling of despair. My initial reaction is disgust that Starbucks would offer a sugar filled Frappuccino. "I have never made so many Frappuccinos in my entire life", Burson said during his rant. We don't know which type of Frappuccinos go where, we just hand them out. Read More »

Teacher who kidnapped student arrested in California

The pair's disappearance March 13 came after Cummins was investigated by the school system when another student reported seeing the then-married teacher kiss the girl at the Culleoka Unit School. Family lawyer Jason Whatley told reporters outside court that their ultimate goal was "nothing less than just to get Elizabeth back home safely in Tennessee". Read More »

Mamata Banerjee re-elected Trinmool Congress chairperson


West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee was today re-elected as the chairperson of the All India Trinmool Congress for six years.Trinmool Congress vice-president Mukul Roy made the announcement after the party's organisational polls in the presence of Banerjee at the Netaji Indoor Stadium here.After her re-election, Banerjee said, "It would have been better if the responsibility was given to some other person". Read More »

Canada Annual Inflation Rate Climbs 1.6% in March


Figures from Statistics Canada showed that prices for food were down on a year-over-year basis for the sixth consecutive month, dropping 1.9% during the month. The inflation report could reinforce the Bank of Canada's cautious approach to the economic outlook, and its message that considerable slack, or unused labor and production capacity, continues to weigh on wages and prices. Read More »

Abcam PLC (LON:ABC) Issued With 'Sell' Rating At Panmure Gordon

Therefore 74% are positive. The stock has "Outperform" rating by RBC Capital Markets on Monday, August 3. The stock of Meggitt plc (LON:MGGT) has "Hold" rating given on Friday, December 4 by Deutsche Bank. The firm has "Neutral" rating given on Monday, January 30 by UBS. Loop Capital initiated it with "Hold" rating and $23 target in Tuesday, September 13 report. Read More »

Cleveland Browns start and finish 2017 regular season against Pittsburgh Steelers


Rams in their new stadium once construction is completed in 2019. No doubt that Zim will have his team ready to go, and so will we. Those four in a row in primetime will be followed by a 4:25 p.m. when they won the Super Bowl. The next week, the Steelers return home to Heinz Field face the Minnesota Vikings on September 17. Two games will be played Saturday, Dec. Read More »

Former Teacher Tad Cummins, Elizabeth Thomas Found in Calif.


Cummins, the federal complaint says, is charged with taking a minor across states lines to have sex. The lawyer for the family of a 15-year-old girl who was allegedly kidnapped by her teacher says the teen is back home in Tennessee and being evaluated and treated by mental health experts. Read More »

Paris shooting will have 'big effect' on France election


Like Trump, anti-establishment French populist Marine Le Pen hopes for an electoral boost by seizing on voter disenchantment with politics as usual. The attacker shot at least two police officers, killing one, before being killed himself, according to the Associated Press. Read More »

Liberals introduce long-awaited bill to legalize marijuana


Canadians will be allowed to carry up to 30 grams of dried cannabis for personal use, but those who sell or give marijuana to minors or who drive under its influence will face stiff penalties. In B.C., the current underground cannabis market is worth an estimated $7 billion annually. The legislation would also authorize the use of new tools for law enforcement to better detect drivers who have drugs in their body. Read More »

Murray makes shocking third-round exit at Monte Carlo


In the singles competition , top seeded Andy Murray of Britain beat Giles Muller of Luxembourg 7-5, 7-5 in atough second round encounter that lasted just under two hours. It was the 400th match of Nadal's illustrious career on red dirt (366-34), and he has the best winning percentage on the surface (.915) in the Open Era. Read More »

US 'Mother of All Bombs' Strike in Afghanistan Kills Over 80 Militants

Afghans have since resumed offensive operations against ISIS, Waziri said. Less than 48 hours after the United States launched the "Mother Of All Bombs" on an Islamic State stronghold in Afghanistan, its top military commander has defended the decision as "purely tactical" and not based on "broader political considerations". Read More »

Chris Pratt Shuts Down A Major Jurassic World Theory And We're Bummed

Chris Pratt is known for being a family man, having a very close relationship with his son, Jack. I have heard about that. The caption said it all: "Now it's getting real". On the way here I was so much more nervous than Chris was ... "It's emotionally driven, character driven, relationship driven, epic space supernova that explodes and it's bigger brighter faster than any movie you have ever seen". Read More »

Feds to provide $485M in grants to combat opioid epidemic


The $485 million in grant money was contained in bipartisan legislation approved by Congress past year and signed by former President Barack Obama. "With these grants, we want to promote evidence-based policies and best practices". "The findings from these visits will also inform the work we do hand-in-hand with the president's commission, led by Gov. Chris Christie, R-N.J". California received the most money, $44 million. Read More »

Montana lawmakers push bills on health costs, transparency

The 2013 Commonwealth Fund International Health Policy Survey suggested that if the USA had Canada's health care system, 57 million fewer adults would go without health care because of cost; $1.3 trillion fewer dollars would be spent; 5,400 fewer infant deaths would occur; and 56,000 fewer preventable deaths would occur. Read More »

OPS, EPS camps to hold merger talks soon


There can be a scope for talks to pave the way for merger only if these conditions are met, Munusamy said. Hardening its stance for merger talks, the Panneerselvam camp had on Thursday demanded that the faction led by Palaniswami formally expel Sasikala and Dinakaran besides about 30 other members of their family from the party. Read More »

Canada unveils plans to legalise recreational marijuana

Adults 18 and over would be able to possess legally up to 30 grams - just over an ounce - of dried cannabis, and an as-of-yet unspecified amount of concentrates. "If you sell alcohol to a minor in Canada, you get a fine; if you now give or sell cannabis to a minor, it's a maximum 14-year jail sentence", Larsen said in a phone interview. Read More »

Missing teen found with former teacher

A caller told TBI officials they'd seen the 2 and the Nissan Rogue they were traveling in a wooded area in Cecilville, California near the OR state line. "We love you, and we can't wait to see you, and it's awesome, we have so many words, we are so excited", she said. Maury County Public Schools also issued statement Thursday, calling Elizabeth's return "wonderful news for our community". Read More »

Jury sides with Petco in death of boy from rat-bite fever


An autopsy conducted later revealed he died of a result of streptobacillus moniliformis infection - rat bite fever. Aidan's mother, Vanessa Sauer, was also suing Petco but she settled her case before it went to trial. The video was shared on Facebook by NBC 7 reporter, Gaby Rodriguez. He died hours later. The CDC determined his death was caused by rat-bite fever from handling his new rat . Read More »

Aaron Hernandez: What we know on day of his death


IN MEMORIAM: Celebrities and notable figures who have recently passed awayHernandez was taken to UMass Memorial - HealthAlliance Hospital, where he was pronounced dead at 4:07 a.m. The post Infamous Ex-Patriot Aaron Hernandez dead at 27 appeared first on Cover32. He had been serving a life sentence without parole for the 2013 slaying of a onetime friend, Odin Lloyd . Read More »

Chicago Bears to open season at home against Atlanta Falcons


Lang away from Green Bay in March with $19 million guaranteed - an awfully high price for a guard. The good news is, the only 2016 playoff teams the Bears will see the rest of the way will be a rematch with the Pack at home November 12, and their two games against Detroit, and there is no week a team would rather have its bye than Week Nine - right smack dab in the middle of the season - and the Bears have drawn that straw this year. Read More »

Indian public health group loses permit for foreign funds


In its latest bid to crack down on foreign funding of civil society, the Indian government has revoked the license of one of the country's largest public health organizations to accept foreign contributions. The Public Health Foundation of India is public-private initiative working in the field of public health in India, was founded by the then Prime Minister Manmohan Singh in 2006, it said on its website . Read More »

O"Reilly out at Fox News; internal memo released"


The most recent allegation was lodged by an African-American woman who was a clerical worker at Fox in 2008, according to her lawyer, Lisa Bloom. In a statement posted on his Web site , O'Reilly said he was "extremely proud" of his time at Fox News, which he said "significantly contributed to building Fox into the dominant news network in television". Read More »

Britain could see its first full day without coal


The previous record for coal-free power was 19 hours, according to National Grid, which operates the country's transmission system and expects to achieve 24 hours on Friday. Renewable energy from Britain's proliferating offshore wind turbine farms certainly helps. Environmental lawyers ClientEarth have used the milestone to call for infrastructure to support the changing energy system to prevent disruption as more decentralised, diverse and clean power comes online. Read More »