Wayne Rooney has no guarantees at Manchester United anymore, plus Arsene Wenger's future and Jose Mourinho's anger issues. It's Tuesday's Paper Round.
NORRISTOWN, Pa. (AP) — Former state Attorney General Kathleen Kane, once a rising star in state politics, left a courtroom in handcuffs on Monday after getting a 10- to 23-month sentence for a retaliation scheme a judge linked to her all-consuming ego.
Cisco has plans to stop you in your tracks -- if you're illegally watching a pirated stream, that is. The San Jose-based company recently introduced a new technology known as Streaming Piracy Prevention.
By Emily Stephenson and Chris Kahn NEWTOWN, Pa./NEW YORK (Reuters) - Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump gained on his Democratic rival Hillary Clinton among American voters this week, cutting her lead nearly in half, according to Reuters/Ipsos polling released on Friday. The polling data showed Trump's argument that the Nov. 8 election is "rigged" against him has resonated with members of his party. "Remember folks, it's a rigged system," Trump told a Pennsylvania rally on Friday.
Taylor Swift is currently embroiled in a lawsuit against DJ David Mueller after she accused him of groping her bum when they met backstage at a Meet And Greet last year. Taylor was meeting fans ahead of her Colorado show when the alleged assault happened, with Taylor’s videotaped deposition being made public. The deposition was filmed on July 26th and in the footage Taylor recounts the entire ordeal in detail, admitting that she felt “frantic and distressed” following the assault.
LAS VEGAS (AP) — A Las Vegas man who was allowed to use makeup to cover his neo-Nazi tattoos during his robbery trial and conviction in in August will not get to hide them during his upcoming murder trial punishable by the death penalty, a judge has ruled.
Wealthy people appear to spend less time looking at other human beings, compared with how much time people in lower social classes look at others, according to a new study that used Google Glass headsets to track people's gazes. Because the time people spend looking at something may be related to how much motivational relevance the object or person holds, the "findings make a compelling case that social classes differ in their judgments of other people's significance," the researchers wrote in their paper, published Oct. 3 in the journal Psychological Science. In the study, the researchers asked 61 people to wear a Google Glass headset while walking around in New York City.
Max Verstappen was driving the wheels off his Red Bull when he was told to make sure he didn’t destroy his tyres, on lap 20. Suddenly, it looked like the Marx Brothers were running the Red Bull pit operation, as bemused mechanics leapt from seats and grabbed tyres, while Max himself was forced to watch the chaos unfolding as he slowed just outside his pit box to allow everyone to get in place (which they did pretty quickly, to be fair).
Pamela Buttery noticed something peculiar six years ago while practicing golf putting in her 57th-floor apartment at the luxurious Millennium Tower. The ball kept veering to the same corner of her living ...
Justin Bieber sensationally dropped his microphone and stormed off stage in Manchester last night after asking fans to stop screaming during the gaps between performing his hit songs. Justin explained: “I appreciate all the support, I appreciate love, I appreciate the kind things. Facing some almighty backlash, some ticketholders blasted the star on social media, with one tweeting: “Your really having a go at the Manchester crowd for screaming?
A man has been found guilty of executing an "evil plot" in which he killed his sister-in-law and father-in-law to lure his wife to their funerals, where he then murdered her. Samuel Velasco Gurrola, 41, conspired to kill his wife Ruth Sagredo and her family with the help of his two siblings in the US town of El Paso in Texas. As Ruth Sagredo joined her sister's funeral procession, Gurrola murdered her.
BRUSSELS (AP) — Canada walked out of talks Friday meant to save a massive trade deal with the European Union, unable to break a deadlock with a small Belgian region that has been defying multinational efforts to have the pact signed next week.
A Christian couple from a Belfast bakery who refused to make a cake supporting gay marriage have told Sky News they felt "victimised". Mr McArthur said: "We're disappointed with the way it went. Sky's Ireland Correspondent, David Blevins, wondered how they felt about potentially being branded as "discriminatory or homophobic".
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — The American Academy of Pediatrics is calling for infants to be kept in their parents' bedroom at night for six months to a year to reduce the risk of sleep-related death.
Has Jane finally worked out what Steven’s been up to? Jane turns into Ironside when she confronts Steven about the irregularities in the books from the restaurant. A worried Steven grows worried that Walford’s wheelchair detective is onto him. But does the truth come out when they’re left alone together?
What have Bob Holness, video tapes and Jurgen Klopp got in common? Today’s Sun, while pausing to catch its breath from hurling ugly abuse at Gary Lineker, is insistent that the Liverpool manager is lining up a “blockbuster move” for Athletic Bilbao striker Inaki Williams. The Reds are reportedly willing to meet the £44.6m buyout clause in the Athletic Bilbao forward’s contract and bring him to Anfield in January to boost their “title charge”.
The mystery of Bermuda Triangle may have been solved according to a new documentary. A documentary by the Science Channel showcases new satellite imagery from NASA over coastal Florida, revealing "a series of hexagon-shaped clouds," which meteorologists say can produce 170 mph (273kmph) wind air bombs above the Bermuda Triangle. Steve Miller, a satellite meteorologist from Colorado State University, says that the straight-edged appearance of the clouds is pretty unusual.
As if The Great British Bake Off hasn’t suffered enough drama this year, fans of the show have been left outraged after it was confirmed that judges Mary Berry and Paul Hollywood DON’T bake the “perfect” bakes displayed ahead of the technical challenge. It has been reported that the pair are in hair and make-up getting ready for filming whilst expert bakers whip up the cakes and delicacies in the kitchen. Speaking to The Sun, an insider explained: “Mary and Paul have never made a single cake in the tent.