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Padres Interview Ozzie Guillen In Managerial Search
The Padres interviewed Ozzie Guillén last week as part of their ongoing managerial search, report Dennis Lin and Ken Rosenthal of the Athletic ( Twitter link).
EU commissioner says Brexit has been 'catastrophe' and caused shortages
A top EU commissioner has branded Brexit a "catastrophe", pointing to shortages in supermarkets and on petrol station forecourts in Britain.
Addressable TV Advertising: New Opportunities for International Advertisers to Reach European Audiences
This white paper is underpinned by smartclip data, compiled over the last four years, which reveals a significant year-over-year growth for ATV in Europe.
Insulate Britain protester speechless as radio host says concrete can grow on trees
A climate protester was left speechless after a radio talk show host suggested concrete can be grown on trees.
Islanders Gameday News: Raising Arizona (for two points)
The New York Islanders will aim for their second win of the season in the fifth of this 13-game road trip to open the season.
Jimmy Greaves remembered as funny and generous family man at funeral
Family friends and former team-mates paid a fond farewell to football great Jimmy Greaves at his funeral today.
Wayne Gretzky doesn't need 'advice' from former Islanders GM
The Great One, Wayne Gretzky has made his debut as a broadcaster on TNT's NHL broadcast and the review of his performance is less than glowing if you ask former New York Islanders GM, Mike Milbury.
Michael Gove dinner 'offered to developers for 4,000' in cash-for-access claim
The Conservative Party has become mired in a row over claims that fundraising bosses offered property developers a dinner with housing minister Michael Gove for £4,000.
All you can eat? I take those words as a promise - and a challenge | Adrian Chiles
here's a Twitter account called Fake Showbiz News that is occasionally kind/cruel enough to feature me as the subject of one its "exclusives".
Docuseries 'Darkness in Daylight' to explore Christine Jessop murder case | CBC News
The creator of an upcoming docuseries on the 1984 murder of an Ontario girl says the project will allow her family to finally tell their whole truth.