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University of Bath staff call on fat-cat chief to resign

Dame Glynis Breakwell, vice chancellor of Bath University, has been asked to resign following an emergency meeting over her £468,000 per year pay packet Brita... read more

Putin says businesses must be ready for war production

Vladimir Putin has said that all Russian businesses must be ready to meet war-time needs at any moment. The Russian President made the remarks at a meeting of w... read more

Maroon 5 and Jimmy Fallon perform in disguise in NY subway

Jimmy Fallon and Maroon 5 had a surprise in store for commuters in New York City. The stars dressed in disguise while performing Crazy Little Thing Called Love ... read more

Facebook still lets housing advertisers exclude by race

Last year, a ProPublica investigation revealed that Facebook allows advertisers to discriminate by race in housing ads, allowing advertisers to filter out cert... read more

How Apple is building its stores in mostly white zip codes

There are currently 10 Apple stores in New York City, but not one of them is located in The Bronx, which is both the poorest and most diverse of the five boroug... read more

Texas shopper has camped outside of Best Buy for five days

A Black Friday shopper has been camped outside of a Best Buy in Texas for five days just to be the first person in line to snag a holiday deal.  Efren Garcia h... read more

Trump mocked; basketball players were in hotel not jail

LaVar Ball: The businessman father LaVar Ball was a bench player on Washington State’s basketball team in the 1990s, played football briefly in the now-d... read more

Lions take down big giraffe against all odds in epic fight

These amazing pictures show two lions working to bring down a giraffe. The male predators used all their skills to tackle their huge prey – and the savage... read more

Spreadsheet Phil became a veritable thigh slapper

Don’t yet book him as warm-up man for comedian Roy ‘Chubby’ Brown in Dundee tomorrow night, but Philip Hammond worked plenty of gags into his 62-minut... read more

A snake is hiding somewhere in this pile of sticks

Snake catcher captures image of highly-camouflaged snake hiding in branches  Sunshine Coast Snake Catchers posted image to Facebook of reptile in bush  Social... read more

Lofty Thanksgiving: Astronauts feasting on pouches of…

Astronauts at the International Space Station will feast Thursday on pouches of Thanksgiving turkey. The three Americans, two Russians and one Italian will also... read more

Michael Lang late strike stuns Manchester United in Basel

By Press Association Published: 22:14 GMT, 22 November 2017 | Updated: 00:04 GMT, 23 November 2017 Manchester United were denied a place in the Champions League... read more

Conte hails character as Chelsea progress to last 16

Head coach Antonio Conte praised the character of his Chelsea players after securing Champions League qualification with a 4-0 Group C win at Qarabag. Chelsea e... read more

Fort Worth baker who suffered sugar burns reveals progress

A cake baker from Fort Worth, Texas, who suffered second degree facial burns at work has taken to social media to reveal her skin’s incredible recovery in... read more

Facebook to show people if they fell for Russian…

Facebook on Wednesday said it will help people see if they liked or followed posts considered part of a Russian effort to meddle with last year’s US elect... read more

Lord Sugar’s had dog poo in the gardens on The Apprentice

Not many Reality TV shows would let themselves be associated with faeces as The Apprentice did, particularly so much of it. After all, there were enough people ... read more

The US Military is developing spy plants to detect threats

DARPA, the US military’s arm responsible for developing new military technologies, is developing genetically modified plants that can detect threats and s... read more

Google tracks customer movements with phones even when off

Google has been tracking customers’ movements via their mobile phones even when they have disabled functions allowing this. Those with Android devices, which ... read more

Seniors in US are sicker, poorer than in other countries

American seniors are sicker than over-65s in 10 other high-income countries, according to a new international survey. More than one-third of older people in the... read more

Jarrod dumped again on set of Bachelor in Paradise?

He was nicknamed the ‘stage five clinger’ during Sophie Monk’s season of The Bachelorette before being brutally dumped by the blonde bombshel... read more

Thief who stole Jaffa Cakes from a pub jailed for a year

John Saunders broke into The Foresters pub in Dartford, Kent and stole the cakes The 37-year-old tried to break into nearby shop but was confronted by the owner... read more

Plastic didn’t kill Blue Planet whale, plastics industry

Plastic makers have hit back at claims that ‘alarmist’ images of a dead baby whale in the BBC’s Blue Planet II were linked to plastics ‘with absolutely ... read more

Rand Paul ‘hadn’t spoken to attacker in 10 years’

Kelley Paul, Sen. Rand Paul’s wife, shamed the media in an op-ed for CNN and updated the world on her husband’s condition, after he was attacked by ... read more

My little girl’s left home and it shatters my heart 

Standing in the doorway of my daughter Bronte’s bedroom, moments after she left our home to set up the first of her own, its emptiness left me strangely unmov... read more