Why Claire Foy Wanted to 'Violently Hurt' a Man During Brett Kavanaugh's Senate Hearings

“[Men] feel vulnerable because women are becoming more powerful, so they want to put us in our place to let us know we’re weak,” Foy said. Claire Foy wanted to "violently hurt" a Donald Trump supporter while at the Brett Kavanaugh Senate hearings earlier this month, according to The Hollywood Reporter. During the time of the incident, Foy was walking […]

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Malcom wants to leave Barcelona already with agent contacting Inter Milan to engineer exit

The Brazilian, 21, snubbed an expected move to Roma in favour of a last-second £36million Nou Camp switch. However, Malcom is yet to start a single game under Ernesto Valverde. And even more worrying for the winger is that he’s made just two appearances off the bench. Calcio Mercato claims Malcom is now looking for a way out of Catalonia. […]

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5pm Man Utd news: Rashford to Juventus, Anthony Martial contract, Saudi prince latest, Mourinho ban

Find out all the latest news and transfer gossip from Old Trafford with our daily round-up. RASH CHALLENGE MARCUS RASHFORD is a shock £65m transfer target for Juventus. Man United's Champions League opponents were impressed with his goalscoring display for England in Spain and reckon he can make it at the highest level. MARTIAL LAW ANTHONY MARTIAL is on the […]

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Comm Games champion hopes to graduate to Olympics

Commonwealth Games gold medallist Alex Graham has his sights set on competing in the Olympics, with the hope of winning an event Australia hasn't claimed in 18 years. The 22-year-old put on his graduation gown and hat on Saturday in honour of completing his sport management degree as part of the Georgina Hope Rinehart Swimming Excellence Scholarship. Commonwealth Games gold […]

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What Sergio Ramos said to Eric Dier after his crunching tackle during England’s win over Spain

Dier picked up a yellow for sliding in on Ramos to get the ball off him, but the tackle was deemed fair by the two players involved. Ramos, not one usually known for his sportsman like qualities, spoke kindly to the England star after the crunching tackle. He also didn't make a mountain out of the challenge, despite his head […]

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When is Manny Machado going to be held accountable for his antics?

LOS ANGELES — At some point, somebody should hold Manny Machado accountable. Somebody should punish him for behavior that has ranged from absurd to potentially dangerous. But it won’t be the Los Angeles Dodgers.  Not a chance. The Dodgers will be the last ones to take action against their starting shortstop. That's despite what transpired Tuesday night when they beat […]

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Neymar wants to return to Barcelona just over a year after controversial £198m exit for PSG

The Brazilian quit the Spanish giants in the summer of 2017 for a controversial £198million move to Paris Saint-Germain. But according to reports in Spain, the 26-year-old is now growing increasingly keen to secure a move back to the Nou Camp at the end of this season. Titles AS and Mundo Deportivo suggest the forward misses life in Barcelona and […]

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Moving embassy to Jerusalem could spark peace process

The Morrison government’s announcement that it will now consider recognising Jerusalem as the capital of Israel is a welcome reiteration of our liberal democratic values in foreign policy. Australia’s embassy is currently in Tel Aviv, which is a fine city – it is a modern cosmopolitan commercial and cultural hub with beautiful beaches and fabulous night life. But it is not […]

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Open letter to Ralph Wilson, late owner of the Buffalo Bills: ‘Sorry, I was wrong’

Dear Ralph, Two things I need to tell you today. First: Happy Birthday. Wish you were here for your 100th. And second: Got it wrong about you, oh, nearly 40 years ago. Sorry about that. You owned the Buffalo Bills. I was writing columns at the Buffalo Courier-Express. You failed to sign linebacker Tom Cousineau, 1979’s overall No. 1 NFL […]

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