Iran beat Morocco with 95th-minute own goal 

Aziz Bouhaddouz headed an own goal in the fifth minute of stoppage time to give Iran a stunning 1-0 victory over Morocco in the first Group B game of the World Cup on Friday.... read more
15. kesäkuuta 2018 23:06:35 Categories: Reuters

Germany's Merkel talks retaliation if U.S. sets auto tariffs 

She still prefers a multilateral course of action... read more
15. kesäkuuta 2018 23:05:00 Categories: Autoblog

The Bachelor's Ben Higgins Is Opening His First Restaurant 

Good news: He'll be there all the time.... read more
15. kesäkuuta 2018 23:02:08 Categories: Delish

AT&T plans to give free TV to its wireless customers 

AT&T will be launching a "very, very skinny bundle" of television programming free to its mobile customers, says CEO Randall Stephenson.... read more
15. kesäkuuta 2018 23:00:00 Categories: CNBC

Millennial who paid off $68,600 in 3 years used this book 

Before climbing out of debt, Guen Garrido picked up this bestseller.... read more
15. kesäkuuta 2018 23:00:00 Categories: CNBC

Apple signs Oprah Winfrey to multiyear program deal 

<p>Apple has signed a multiyear deal with Oprah Winfrey to create programming as part of the iPhone maker's push into original entertainment, the company said Friday.</p>... read more
15. kesäkuuta 2018 23:00:00 Categories: Reuters

Promoted 6 times, then fired: 24-year-old's wild ride in Trump's D.C. 

The Washington Post
Taylor Weyeneth was fired in March after a Washington Post story revealed that the former campaign intern held a top job in the White House's drug policy office. He recently agreed to talk on the record about his time in the administration, offering an insider's account of the chaos of Trump's campaign and first year in office.... read more
15. kesäkuuta 2018 23:00:00 Categories: The Washington Post

At Least 15 Cities Are 'Hot Spots' for Unvaccinated School-Age Kids, Study Finds 

U.S. News & World Report
The risk of contracting disease in these areas is growing.... read more
15. kesäkuuta 2018 23:00:00 Categories: U.S. News & World Report

Oprah Winfrey inks content deal with Apple 

The Hollywood Reporter
She will continue to serve as chairman and CEO of Discovery-backed cable network OWN.... read more
15. kesäkuuta 2018 23:00:00 Categories: The Hollywood Reporter

Revealed: Booking hotels and flights separately can be much cheaper than packages 

Daily Mail
EXCLUSIVE. The research on European breaks, by FairFX, found that in 75% of cases, flights and hotels were cheaper when booked independently rather than as part of a package.... read more
15. kesäkuuta 2018 23:00:00 Categories: Daily Mail

Elderly man accused of groping 21yo mum 

Daily Mail
Footage captured by the woman shows the 78-year-old alleged offender and accused of groping her about midday on Wednesday at the beach off SeaWorld Drive, Main Beach.... read more
15. kesäkuuta 2018 23:00:00 Categories: Daily Mail

Catherine Zeta-Jones is 'sick of being humble' 

Evening Standard
Oscar-winning actress Catherine Zeta-Jones has said that she won't apologise for her fame, her money or her good looks after many years of being humble.... read more
15. kesäkuuta 2018 23:00:00 Categories: Evening Standard

'EastEnders' star dies aged 71 

Sky News
<p>Former EastEnders actor Leslie Grantham has died, his representative has confirmed.</p><p></p>... read more
15. kesäkuuta 2018 23:00:00 Categories: Sky News

Ronaldo cops $21.8m fine 

<p>Cristiano Ronaldo has reached a deal with Spanish authorities to settle a tax evasion case by paying an 18.8 million-euro ($21.8 million) fine and accepting a suspended jail sentence, a source familiar with the matter said on Friday.</p>... read more
15. kesäkuuta 2018 23:00:00 Categories: Reuters

The right (and wrong!) way to part your hair 

Evening Standard
The appearance of volume, texture and thickness can all be altered and - most importantly - boosted just by changing the way that you push or comb your hair. So which way - left or right? Follow these top tips to find the best way for you to part and style your hair. For classic styles. Part and style your hair in the way that it naturally sits. Your hair will sit closer to your head and allow you more control in styling. Go for this option when you want a sleek and classic side parting (think Mad Men). (Robin James) For volume and density. Part and style your hair in the opposite way that it naturally sits. Pushing and styling against the natural flow will boost and plump your hair giving it more volume. I do this when I want a quiff. (Man For Himself) But, how do you know? Follow these steps... HOW DOES YOUR HAIR NATURALLY SIT? If you already know which way your hair naturally sits, perfect, you're one step ahead. For those of us who are less sure, you can follow this little trick to find out. Wash and towel dry your hair before giving your head a little shake. This will allow your hair to fall into its natural shape. Whichever way your hair sits (left to right; or right to left) is your natural part and style direction. Styling it this way will give you the most control over your hair. CONSIDER YOUR CROWN Taking into account where your hair grows from (your crown) is key. If your crown spirals from left to right (clockwise), this is how your hair will naturally sit. If it spirals right to left (anti-clockwise), then your hair will most naturally sit from right to left. Double crown? If you have two crowns (yep, this is thing), you have the choice. See which is the most dominant and go with that. ASK THE EXPERTS Making a quick visit to your barber is always helpful. They're the expert! Your barber will be able to help you decide on a style and shape of cut that suits you. They will also be able advise you on where to place your parting. Don't be afraid to ask for help. Working with hair is a barber's job! YOUR PARTING: YOUR STYLE The best way to find out what you like is to experiment. Don't be afraid to spend a few minutes playing with your hair and seeing what works for you. Remember, it's your hair and your choice. Robin James is the founder of Man For Himself, your one-stop site for men's style, grooming and lifestyle. Follow him on Instagram @manforhimself.... read more
15. kesäkuuta 2018 22:56:47 Categories: Evening Standard

Rancic returns as co-host of 'E! News' 

Giuliana Rancic is returning to E! News and will co-host the weeknight program with Jason Kennedy starting September 4, E! Entertainment announced today. The hire announcement is the first since co-host Maria Menounos' departure from E! News last July after she revealed she'd been diagnosed with a brain tumor; she later underwent surgery to remove it. Co-host Catt Sadler, who was part of a rotating team of correspondents, left in ...... read more
15. kesäkuuta 2018 22:55:10 Categories: Deadline

Women jailed for all-female 'Mad Hatter's tea party' terror plot 

Evening Standard
A mother and daughter that formed Britain's first all-female Islamic State terror cell have been jailed over an Alice In Wonderland-inspired plot. Rizlaine Boular, 22, planned to stab random members of the public around the Palace of Westminster causing widespread panic, injury and death in April last year, the Old Bailey heard. The mother-of-one adopted the murderous scheme from her sister Safaa Boular, 18, who was in custody over an attempt to become a jihadi bride in Syria the year before. In coded phone calls, they discussed holding an Alice In Wonderland themed tea party with Rizlaine cast as the Mad Hatter. Counter-terrorism police swooped to arrest the plotters after a proactive surveillance operation with MI5, the court has heard. Rizlaine Boular pleaded guilty to preparing acts of terrorism and was jailed for life with a minimum term of 16 years. Boular discussed her plot with her sister and mother Mina Dich using Alice in Wonderland as code (REUTERS) Her Morocco-born mother Mina Dich, 44, from Vauxhall, south London, was handed six years and nine months plus five years on extended licence after she admitted helping her. Judge Mark Dennis QC said Dich "failed in her parental role" to stop Rizlaine Boular just a month after the earlier Westminster atrocity and played a "significant role" in radicalising both her daughters. He told the mother she bore a "heavy responsibility". He told Rizlaine she had planned a "wicked act" born from distorted views. He said: "There are individuals walking the streets today whose lives could have been irreparably damaged or lost had it not been for the intervention of the police and security services." The defendants, who wore Islamic dress in the dock, made no reaction. The court heard how Rizlaine Boular discussed the attack with her sister and mother in coded conversations about an Alice In Wonderland tea party. She said she knew "a few recipes for some amazing cakes" for a "proper like English tea party kind of thing". Her younger sibling suggested an "Alice In Wonderland theme" telling her sister: "You can be the Mad Hatter 'cause your hair's crazy." Mother-of-four Dich responded: "That will be fun." Safaa Boular plotted a terror attack on the British Museum (REUTERS) She went on to shop for knives and a rucksack and carry out reconnaissance around Westminster with Dich. She also practised for the knife attack in a bugged conversation at her friend Khawla Barghouthi's home. The women laughed as she expressed the fear she might "flop so badly" and cut her arm by accident. When armed police went to arrest her, she shouted "f*** you" and was shot by an officer who thought she had something in her hand, the court heard. In mitigation, her lawyer Imran Khan QC said: "In short, Rizlaine Boular embarked on this course of conduct because she wanted to die. "She knew as soon as she produced a knife in the vicinity of the Palace of Westminster police officers would swoop and kill her and that's what she wanted at that time." He said she was radicalised online after being sacked from a marketing sales team for wearing Muslim clothes after three months. She also suffered in an abusive marriage to a local imam after being prevented from travelling to Syria in 2014, he said. On failed efforts to steer her away from IS, he said: "If there was Prevent intervention it was certainly not sufficient. "The intervention was not as robust as it could have been and should have been." Mr Khan told the court Rizlaine had put her past views behind her. Being shot in the stomach three times as she was arrested provided a "constant reminder" of what happened "and the fact she realised when she was shot she did not want to die", he said. Kieran Vaughan QC, for Dich, argued his client played a "lesser role" in the plot. Michael Mansfield QC told jurors that Barghouthi came to Britain at the age of 11 from Tunisia knowing no English but excelled at school and aspired for a caring profession. When she met "disturbed" Rizlaine Boular, she lent her a "hand or a shoulder", not knowing how serious she was, he said. On her banter with Rizlaine on the day of the planned attack, married Open University student Barghouthi said: "I did not believe the person I was with was actually going to go through with anything. When I read the transcript I was horrified how it sounds. "What I can say at the time it was extravagant talk and very stupid fooling around." Safaa Boular, 18, Britain's youngest female IS terror plotter, will be sentenced at a later date after she was found guilty of preparing terrorism in the UK and Syria. Barghouthi, 21, from Willesden, north west London, admitted failing to report the threat and will be sentenced next Friday.... read more
15. kesäkuuta 2018 22:55:00 Categories: Evening Standard

Man jailed for role in 'sophisticated criminal' ring that used fridges and vacuum cleaners to smuggle tobacco 

Manchester Evening News
David Hilton, 49, of Bolton, was the last member of an 11-strong network to be sentenced... read more
15. kesäkuuta 2018 22:53:37 Categories: Manchester Evening News

Trump 2020 working with ex-Cambridge Analytica staffers 

Associated Press
<p>A company run by former officials at the scandal-scarred consulting firm Cambridge Analytica is working for President Donald Trump's 2020 re-election effort.</p>... read more
15. kesäkuuta 2018 22:52:00 Categories: Associated Press

Aston Villa Supporters' Trust demand meeting and Steve Bruce clarification 

Birmingham Mail
Fan group still has concerns over running of club... read more
15. kesäkuuta 2018 22:51:19 Categories: Birmingham Mail
  • RSS
Suomi sisu kantaa
NorpaNet Alpha - Firebird 3.0 WI-V6.3.4.32939

TetraSys Oy.

TetraSys Oy.