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10/17/2018 - 22:52

Astros won't face fine over camera wielding employee

A Major League Baseball investigation has found no evidence the reigning World Series champion Houston Astros improperly spied on post-season opponents, MLB said Wednesday.

Astros won't face fine over camera wielding employee

A Major League Baseball investigation has found no evidence the reigning World Series champion Houston Astros improperly spied on post-season opponents, MLB said Wednesday.

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10/17/2018 - 22:52

Astros won't face fine over camera wielding employee

A Major League Baseball investigation has found no evidence the reigning World Series champion Houston Astros improperly spied on post-season opponents, MLB said Wednesday.

Astros won't face fine over camera wielding employee

A Major League Baseball investigation has found no evidence the reigning World Series champion Houston Astros improperly spied on post-season opponents, MLB said Wednesday.


10/17/2018 - 22:48

Woods blames fatigue for Ryder Cup flop

Tiger Woods on Wednesday blamed his dismal Ryder Cup form on tiredness, citing a lack of physical preparation after a demanding comeback from injury.

Woods blames fatigue for Ryder Cup flop

Tiger Woods on Wednesday blamed his dismal Ryder Cup form on tiredness, citing a lack of physical preparation after a demanding comeback from injury.


10/17/2018 - 22:38

Passport control: Fiji and South African stars not French yet

Fiji winger Alivereti Raka and South African lock Paul Willemse were thwarted in their attempts to be included in France's November Test squad on Wednesday after they were told they need to wait until they have their French passports in their hands.

Passport control: Fiji and South African stars not French yet

Fiji winger Alivereti Raka and South African lock Paul Willemse were thwarted in their attempts to be included in France's November Test squad on Wednesday after they were told they need to wait until they have their French passports in their hands.


10/17/2018 - 22:31

Passport control: Fiji and South African stars not French yet

Fiji winger Alivereti Raka and South African lock Paul Willemse were thwarted in their attempts to be included in France's November Test squad on Wednesday after they were told they need to wait until they have their French passports in their hands.

Fiji winger Alivereti Raka and South African lock Paul Willemse were thwarted in their attempts to be included in France's November Test squad on Wednesday after they were told they need to wait until they have their French passports in their hands.


10/17/2018 - 22:25

France call up debutant Bamba, recall for Picamoles

France coach Jacques Brunel has summoned debutant Demba Bamba and recalled Louis Picamoles to his squad announced Wednesday for November Tests against South Africa, Argentina and Fiji.

France call up debutant Bamba, recall for Picamoles

France coach Jacques Brunel has summoned debutant Demba Bamba and recalled Louis Picamoles to his squad announced Wednesday for November Tests against South Africa, Argentina and Fiji.

10/17/2018 - 21:23

'I ain't dead': Roseanne mad about being killed off on 'The Conners'

Roseanne Barr's character was killed off on "The Conners," the spin-off TV show created after she was fired for a racist tweet -- and she is not pleased.

'I ain't dead': Roseanne mad about being killed off on 'The Conners'

Roseanne Barr's character was killed off on "The Conners," the spin-off TV show created after she was fired for a racist tweet -- and she is not pleased.


10/17/2018 - 21:00

End of an era: Original Big Bird is leaving 'Sesame Street'

After nearly 50 years on "Sesame Street," the actor who has brought Big Bird to life on the iconic children's television series since its debut in 1969 is retiring.

End of an era: Original Big Bird is leaving 'Sesame Street'

After nearly 50 years on "Sesame Street," the actor who has brought Big Bird to life on the iconic children's television series since its debut in 1969 is retiring.


10/17/2018 - 19:33

Russian director Serebrennikov attends closed hearing in fraud case

The trial of Russian stage and screen director Kirill Serebrennikov began Wednesday with a closed hearing, more than a year after he was placed under house arrest in a controversial embezzlement probe.

Russian director Serebrennikov attends closed hearing in fraud case

The trial of Russian stage and screen director Kirill Serebrennikov began Wednesday with a closed hearing, more than a year after he was placed under house arrest in a controversial embezzlement probe.


10/17/2018 - 19:32

Time for women to sexualise men says TV star Rae

Rising US star Issa Rae held her hand up Wednesday to sexualising men in her hit television series "Insecure", saying it was time for the "female gaze" to have its day.

Time for women to sexualise men says TV star Rae

Rising US star Issa Rae held her hand up Wednesday to sexualising men in her hit television series "Insecure", saying it was time for the "female gaze" to have its day.


10/17/2018 - 19:25

'Best new drama' coming out of Britain, Brazil

The strongest new television dramas this year are coming out of Britain and Brazil, according to experts at the world's top entertainment showcase.

'Best new drama' coming out of Britain, Brazil

The strongest new television dramas this year are coming out of Britain and Brazil, according to experts at the world's top entertainment showcase.

10/17/2018 - 19:42

Glitzy 'Science Oscars' to make stars of researchers

Nine scientists were recognized Wednesday with a "Breakthrough Prize," a $3 million Silicon Valley-funded award meant to confer Oscars-style glamour and prestige on the basic sciences.

Glitzy 'Science Oscars' to make stars of researchers

Nine scientists were recognized Wednesday with a "Breakthrough Prize," a $3 million Silicon Valley-funded award meant to confer Oscars-style glamour and prestige on the basic sciences.


10/17/2018 - 19:12

Evidence of earliest life on Earth disputed

When Australian scientists presented evidence in 2016 of life on Earth 3.7 billon years ago -- pushing the record back 220 million years -- it was a big deal, influencing even the search for life on Mars.

Evidence of earliest life on Earth disputed

When Australian scientists presented evidence in 2016 of life on Earth 3.7 billon years ago -- pushing the record back 220 million years -- it was a big deal, influencing even the search for life on Mars.


10/17/2018 - 17:56

Glitzy 'Science Oscars' to make stars of researchers

Nine scientists were recognized Wednesday with a "Breakthrough Prize," a $3 million Silicon Valley-funded award meant to confer Oscars-style glamour and prestige on the basic sciences.

Glitzy 'Science Oscars' to make stars of researchers

Nine scientists were recognized Wednesday with a "Breakthrough Prize," a $3 million Silicon Valley-funded award meant to confer Oscars-style glamour and prestige on the basic sciences.


10/17/2018 - 16:23

Blooming early! Japan's famed cherry blossoms make unexpected appearance

The delicate blossoms of the cherry tree might be synonymous with the onset of spring in Japan -- except this year they're also blooming in autumn, a weather forecasting company said Wednesday.

Blooming early! Japan's famed cherry blossoms make unexpected appearance

The delicate blossoms of the cherry tree might be synonymous with the onset of spring in Japan -- except this year they're also blooming in autumn, a weather forecasting company said Wednesday.


10/17/2018 - 08:23

58 Australian fairy penguins slaughtered in suspected dog attack

Wildlife officials in the southern Australia on Wednesday announced an investigation into the mass death of 58 penguins they believe were killed in a dog attack.

58 Australian fairy penguins slaughtered in suspected dog attack

Wildlife officials in the southern Australia on Wednesday announced an investigation into the mass death of 58 penguins they believe were killed in a dog attack.