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I don’t get it. I know, I know, I’m just some mutt in Mexico with a computer, and easily puzzled. But…huh? Trump, we are told, pulled off a master stroke in Singapore. All the world reels at this astonishment. We see Talleyrand and Metternich rolled into one gorgeous taco. But…but…. Who did the doing, and who got done?
The 'Hitman' of 2016 was phenomenal, with deep levels whose layers unfolded to reveal a huge amount of possibilities. IO Interactive returns with "Hitman 2," adding a new co-op sniper mode and bigger areas, but the real draw is the clockwork intricacy of its locales and the sheer creativity of assassinations on offer.
ENGLAND had the nation buzzing last night (mon) after overcoming a plague of flies to clinch a thrilling injury time World Cup victory over Tunisia.
CHILLING pictures reveal the miserable conditions endured by nearly 2,000 kids who have been separated from their parents and put in detention camps under America’s “zero-tolerance̶…
Our parents and in-laws have years of experience looking after their own families, but so much has changed over the last few decades, in terms of health and safety best practices.
Holly Alcock, from Stafford, had flown to Albufeira in the Algarve for her first ever holiday with her mother, father, brother and her grandparents two weeks ago.
Recent mergers could transform AT&T and Comcast into the two most indebted companies in the world, a standing that carries uncharted risks for investors.
Pulitzer prize-winning photographer John Moore opens up about capturing a photo of a two-year-old Honduran asylum seeker crying while being taken into custody by federal authorities on Tuesday.
With Jackson Weaver, Mr. Harden formed a six-days-a-week radio team full of humor and “dynamic inaction.”