BBC News 24
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There is the dorsel. There it is. Run over there. Catching a glimpse of eight whale is so exciting. You were ready with that one. There are two! Did you see that one? But we still haven't managed to get that one? But we still haven't managed to see he is going to show his fluke.
The Herald - Education
6 minutes
THE UNIVERSITY that has ploughed nearly £10m into a New York campus project with no degree students has run up a deficit of over £5 million.
21stCenturyWire
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Mark Anderson American Free Press WASHINGTON, D.C.—Donald John Trump took to the podium on the Capitol Building’s west side with a look described by Connecticut resident Ann Marie Murray as one of “humility”—just before Trump was sworn in Friday as the 45th president of the United States by Chief Justice John Roberts. The event clearly was seen as inspiring by many. Chicago resident Doug Sparkman, moments after Trump’s inaugural address, agreed that he found Trump’s remarks to be rather “Jeffersonian,” in the sense of being people-based. In that vein, he yearns for a country run on the basis of principle, not party. And given what he heard in Trump’s address, he feels that’s possible under the new administration. “Action, and putting politics aside, is what we really need for this country,” Sparkman added. With the whole inaugural ceremony some 20 minutes behind schedule, Trump and his family, looking regal and acting highly anticipatory of the challenges that await them, arrived at the Capitol around 11:15 a.
21stCenturyWire
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Mark Anderson American Free Press WASHINGTON, D.C.—Donald John Trump took to the podium on the Capitol Building’s west side with a look described by Connecticut resident Ann Marie Murray as one of “humility”—just before Trump was sworn in Friday as the 45th president of the United States by Chief Justice John Roberts. The event clearly was seen as inspiring by many. Chicago resident Doug Sparkman, moments after Trump’s inaugural address, agreed that he found Trump’s remarks to be rather “Jeffersonian,” in the sense of being people-based. In that vein, he yearns for a country run on the basis of principle, not party. And given what he heard in Trump’s address, he feels that’s possible under the new administration. “Action, and putting politics aside, is what we really need for this country,” Sparkman added. With the whole inaugural ceremony some 20 minutes behind schedule, Trump and his family, looking regal and acting highly anticipatory of the challenges that await them, arrived at the Capitol around 11:15 a.
The Herald - Sport
an hour
SOMETIMES the distance between success and failure can be only a matter of centimetres. Allan Hamilton knows that to his cost. In the run-up to the last Commonwealth Games in Glasgow three years ago, the Scottish long jumper came agonisingly close to posting the two qualifying standards needed only to fall just short. On the final weekend of qualifying, he soared far beyond the required 7.65m to land at 7.81m on the Saturday in Birmingham, then headed north to compete in Livingston the following day. His best jump that day of 7.61m was frustratingly just four centimetres short.
The Herald - Scottish Football
an hour
As calamitous anniversary presents go, this made a bunch of wilting petrol station flooers look positively thoughtful. Twenty years after winning the Scottish Cup, Kilmarnock marked the occasion with a desperate, last gasp defeat. These two sides last met in the domestic game’s premier knock-out competition back in 1953 and it almost felt that long since Hamilton had actually won a game. Some 12 matches had passed since they last savoured that winning feeling but Rakish Bingham’s 90th minute penalty brought that wretched run to an end in a largely grim encounter that was about as easy on the eye as the Trump Inauguration.
The Herald - Scottish Football
an hour
THE accusation made last week that Peter Lawwellruns Scottish football” was not a particularly new or surprising one. It is on a par with observing that President Trump isnt the most eloquent of public speakers or that Novak Djokovic is enduring something of a slump. It hardly falls into the category of breaking news.
Daily Mail - Football
an hour
Napoli extended their unbeaten run in Serie A to 10 games with a 2-1 victory over AC Milan at San Siro. They stormed out of the blocks and were two goals up within the opening nine minutes.
BBC News 24
an hour
BBC News 24
an hour
Hiring one worker in the states, i could hire five to six in China. So moving our business to the states would impinge into our margins which would then reflect on consumer pricing, And it would be very difficult to run a business that way. The world's about to find out whether one of the most vital and complex bilateral relationships is to undergo a profound change.
BBC News 24
an hour
"We want peace, but if they cross our red line we have to take measures", this woman agrees. Last week, in a move seen by some as intended to make that very point, China sent its aircraft carrier through the Taiwan Strait. And China's Communist Party-run newspapers have issued a stark warning, telling Mr Trump that if he changes US policy, and that China will mercilessly combat those who advocate Taiwan's independence.
BBC One London
an hour
As much as we talk about Big Ben and all the stuff he does down the field, they want to run the ball and that offensive line is running... Bouncy in the middle is an amazing center. You can go first this time, Pittsburgh's.
BBC News 24
an hour
With fresh new signings, the team is taking a big step back into the game. The flight carrying the Chapecoense squad crashed in the mountains, close to the city of Meddellin, in November. Investigators in Colombia found it had run out of fuel. Defender Neto was the last person to be pulled from the wreckage. Last week, he managed to walk again. TRANSLATION: They told me the truth three days before I came back to Chapeco, it was the saddest day of my life.
BBC One London
an hour
He does a lot for them. He can run the ball well. Everything Tom Brady likes to do it on the middle of that field and Dion Lewis can get up there and he is a match-up nightmare. Jack of all trades and that is what the Patriots are so good at. They keep putting these people on the field that can play multiple positions and do multiple things and they have found another man to do that in Lewis.
Derby Telegraph
an hour
Protesters from all over Derby have packed out the grounds outside of the Mad Hatters tea rooms in Alvaston to protest against its closure.The end of the Mad Hatters tea rooms, in Alvaston Park, will mean the loss of eight jobs. Derby City Council, which owns the park and the cafe building, previously said it was looking to run the cafe itself due to a very challenging financial situation.After a petition was turned down by the council, the Mad Hatters proprietors called on customers...
Daily Mail - Rugby Union
an hour
Sale ended a run of ten straight defeats as they refused to let off-field dramas distract them. They overcame the Scarlets 25-23 at the AJ Bell Stadium on Saturday afternoon.
BBC One London
an hour
Is this season a failure for Green Bay now, given how they have been playing? I think it would be because it is magical. You want this story to end like this with him to run the table. Nobody could have guessed this. It would be a failure because the way things have gone so far for Green Bay, he said that an playing the best quarterback football we have seen.
BBC One London
an hour
Aaron Rodgers when Green Bay were on the bad run and had to win all remaining games to make the playoffs said they were going to run, winning every game, and taking control.
BBC One London
2 hours
It look good. Russell Wilson, going into his own end zone there, as he fell over, you say Seattle did not communicate as well? They do but Atlanta has stepped up and are looking similar to Seattle and have the weapons as far as the safety. He is amazing, put him on the line of scrimmage and he stopped the run.
BBC One London
2 hours
And given that lead to the Packers built up, you thought that it was done and dusted, certainly at 21-3. The guys had to battle back and did what they should have done at the beaming, cutting back to the run game, dominating the line of scrimmage.
BBC News 24
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Well, we will find out next week whether she has been nominated for an Oscar, of course. Let's talk about Split. James McAvoy, great British actor back on the screen. Yes, so this is a new film from M Night Shyamalan, who I think is still best known for The Sixth Sense, and had a run of critically acclaimed films and then made some real stinkers, and kind of came back recently with a sort of stripped down found footage movie.
Washington Free Beacon
2 hours
BBC One London
2 hours
Sam has got that wrong, but a very big win for Everton. It is and Everton are going well on a decent run of form. But you were not the slightest bit impressed with Crystal Palace's front two? No, there's a losing mentality in that team and they have to do better, going forward.
BBC News 24
2 hours
A profound transatlantic relationship. There will be a trade deal and an agreement we will spend 2% of GDP on defence. And possibly something that Theresa May could use as a very strong bargaining tool during the Brexit negotiations. Security has cropped up in the run-up to this week.