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  • FIFA 19’s Team of the Week has been revealed. Find out which players made the FUT this week.

    The "FIFA 19" Team of the Week (TOTW) results have been released. Find out which players made the FUT starter and substitute cut this week.

  • Premier League Table: Final Week 25 2019 Standings, Results and Week 26 Fixtures

    Premier League leaders Liverpool could only manage a 1-1 draw against West Ham United at the London Stadium on Monday. Sadio Mane put the Reds in front in the first half, but Michail Antonio rescued a point for the Hammers six minutes later

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  • Here are the 5 biggest right-wing outrages of the week: A week of distractions as Democrats lay the groundwork for 2020

    After President Donald Trump’s humiliating previous week, which ended with surrender in the government shutdown fight and the arrest of his longtime campaign adviser Roger Stone, this week has seen a chaotic mess of distractions. Republicans have been trying to turn Stone’s arrest into a police brutality scandal. Meanwhile, the media has been led around on a leash by the bizarre third-party candidacy of former Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz, which may be about to end

    Raw Story
  • World Athletics denies new ruling will label athletes like Olympian Caster Semenya as 'biologically male'

    The International Association of Athletics Federations has denied that a new ruling will label South African Olympic medalist Caster Semenya, and other hyperandrogenic athletes, as "biologically male".

    Fox News
  • Your Horoscope This Week

    Dreamy Neptune conjuncts charming Venus at the very beginning of the week, putting us in the mood to treat ourselves. If you go shopping, make sure that you don't go overboard — you don't want to create clutter for yourself. In fact, you might want to get rid of one thing that you don't need to replace the one that will suit your needs best. We enter Pisces season on Monday, helping us shift into a more intuitive and dreamy headspace. But watch out for confusion when discussing your ideas. The...

  • The Week in Books

    A novel about the George W. Bush administration, Valeria Luiselli’s “Lost Children Archive,” a sneak peek at Ta-Nehisi Coates’s upcoming novel and more.
  • Week In Politics

    The president declared a national emergency in order to supplement the border security funding provided by Congress this week. The question of an emergency will likely end up at the Supreme Court.
  • What's happening this week?

    A doubly historic moon mission is on the way, and the details of two scandals should be revealed.

    BBC News
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  • What's happening this week?

    Our round-up of the world's most interesting news events of the next seven days.

    BBC News
  • Your Horoscope This Week

    Who is ready for a fresh start? The week begins with a new moon in Aquarius on Monday. So soak up the Aquarian vibes until Tuesday evening — tap into your higher self by finding new inspiration through a new book or artist. Meanwhile, the moon waxes in Pisces from Tuesday night until Thursday afternoon around 5PM EST. This moon phase is an emotional one, so let yourself be comfortable when expressing your feelings. The moon enters a void of course period from 5:14 PM EST on Thursday until 9:34...

  • The best books of the week

    Early Riser Jasper Fforde (fiction, Viking) Each winter, the human population hibernates for four months. Charlie Worthing is a Winter Consul, one of the few people in charge of keeping everyone safe while they sleep. But then people start having dreams that kill them. The Care and Feeding of Ravenously Hungry Girls Anissa Gray (fiction,

    New York Post
  • Pet of the Week: Shadow

    Meet Shadow! This 3-month-old puppy will keep everyone in his new home busy because he loves to play! If you're looking to add a new member of your family, you can find Shadow at the SPCA for Monterey County.

  • Why Vumatel had downtime this week

    Vumatel said that “due to the number of suburbs that are being load-shed” it was experiencing delays in restoring fibre services.

  • My week at Guantánamo Bay

    The Guardian’s Julian Borger recently spent a week at the Guantánamo Bay detention facility, attending the 33rd pre-trial hearing of five 9/11 suspects. He discusses why arguably the most important criminal trial in American history has still not begun. And: Damian Carrington on the catastrophic decline of insects The Guantánamo Bay detention camp was established in the months after the attacks of 11 September 2001. Among those detained there are Khalid Sheikh Mohammed, the self-proclaimed...

    the Guardian
  • What to Cook: What to Cook This Week

    Make galbijjim, chicken skewers or pasta with harissa Bolognese, or prepare for Valentine’s Day with some heartwarming cocktails.
  • The 20 photographs of the week

    Central American migrants in Mexico, the State of the Union address, a rally against Venezuelan president Nicolás Maduro and the New England Patriots win again – the week captured by the world’s best photojournalists Continue reading

    the Guardian
  • Virginia's week of tumult

    As Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam was engulfed in scandal a week ago over a racist photo on his 1984 medical school yearbook page, a consensus grew among his fellow Democrats: He won't last the weekend. Protesters organized, reporters assembled and Democrats called for his ouster. And then nothing happened. A week later, Northam's hold on his job is strengthening as two bombshell sexual assault allegations have left Lt. Gov. Justin Fairfax -- also a Democrat, and the man who would have stepped in...