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September 17, 2018 6:00 PM Meghan Markle to release charity cookbook as first solo royal project

Duchess of Sussex Meghan Markle has thrown her support – and signature – behind a new charity cookbook as her first solo royal project. The cookbook, “Together: Our Community Cookbook,” features recipes from Muslim women of The Hubb Community Kitchen in West London who came together to cook fresh food after being affected by the Grenfell Tower fire that left 70 people 108

September 12, 2018 9:00 PM Snakes on a plane: Passenger flew from Germany to Russia with 20 snakes in his bag

Snakes on a plane just got literal. A passenger flying from Düsseldorf to Moscow caused a stir when it was discovered he was carrying 20 snakes in his bag. (iStock) A passenger flying from Germany to Russia caused a stir when it was discovered he was carrying 20 snakes in his bag. The man said he had bought the snakes at a market in Germany, The Local 178

September 11, 2018 7:29 PM Aeromexico pilots to strike over loss of benefits after crash

MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - Unionized pilots of Aeromexico, Mexico’s largest airline, said on Tuesday that they plan to strike on Oct. 1 over the airline’s decision to suspend some benefits after a crash in northern Mexico. In a preliminary report last week, Mexico’s civil aviation agency said bad weather likely caused the crash, adding that there was no evidence 70

September 5, 2018 7:45 AM When typhoon-hit Japanese airport will reopen is uncertain

TOKYO – The closure of a major Japanese airport flooded by a typhoon is raising worries about the impact on tourist traffic, mostly from China and Southeast Asia. Kansai International Airport officials said Wednesday they weren't sure when the airport could reopen. Although a damaged runway had been mostly cleared, other equipment to ensure safe flying 101

September 4, 2018 12:44 PM The Latest: Schools closing in Florida as Gordon approaches

A number of schools near Pensacola in northwest Florida have called off classes as Tropical Storm Gordon spins through the Gulf of Mexico. Officials along Pensacola Beach say the waves are picking up Tuesday morning and lifeguards are warning beachgoers of the danger. Pensacola Water Safety Capt. Jake Wilson tells WEAR-TV the strong east wind is bringing 81

September 3, 2018 9:58 AM How Nigerians fared in Europe this weekend

KweséESPN reviews the weekend performances of Nigerian players across the top European leagues. In the Premier League, Leicester City's Wilfred Ndidi maintained his good start to the season in an eventual 2-1 home loss to Liverpool. The midfielder had a 83.6 percent pass accuracy, and won three aerial duels. Compatriot Kelechi Iheanacho played a decisive 60

September 1, 2018 2:41 PM Tottenham's Son avoids military duty with Asian Games gold

JAKARTA, Indonesia – Tottenham forward Son Heung-min will get to skip military service. Son avoided the service obligation when South Korea defeated Japan 2-1 in the Asian Games gold medal soccer game on Saturday. The South Korean government rewards holders of Asian Games gold medals and all Olympic medals with the exemption. Military service is compulsory 63

September 1, 2018 11:10 AM Carlos Salcedo, Rodolfo Pizarro out of Mexico squad with injuries

Eintracht Frankfurt defender Carlos Salcedo and Monterrey forward Rodolfo Pizarro will both miss Mexico's friendlies against Uruguay (Sept. 7) and the United States (Sept. 11) due to injuries, the Mexican federation (FMF) confirmed on Saturday. Salcedo suffered a foul early in Eintracht Frankfurt's 2-1 home loss to Werder Bremen on Saturday and was subbed 58

August 30, 2018 8:15 PM The Most Covetable Airline Freebees for Business Travelers

Flying premium class has its perks. Here, a few favorite giveaways DESIGNER DUVETS, fluffy pillows, elegant tableware—premium-class passengers these days might feel like they’ve just stumbled into a White Sale at Bloomingdale’s. A fully flat bed is now de rigeur in international first and business cabins, and airlines are piling on perks to help you sleep 79

August 30, 2018 12:02 AM Anderson defeats Chardy and rolls into third round

NEW YORK (Reuters) - Fifth-seed Kevin Anderson advanced to the third round of the U.S. Open on Wednesday with a 6-2 6-4 6-4 victory over France’s Jeremy Chardy. The match was a relative sprint compared to the four hour, 14 minute-long first round match that Anderson endured on Monday when he fought back to beat American Ryan Harrison. Anderson used his superior 61