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Live: Can Kate Miller-Heidke make Eurovision history in Tel Aviv?

Email By Andrew McGarry and Yasmin Jeffery Updated May 19, 2019 04:59:53 Map: Israel Kate Miller-Heidke goes into the 64th edition of the Eurovision Song Contest from Tel Aviv in Israel as one of the favourites to become the musical champion of Europe. Can she do it, singing Zero Gravity?To find out, follow our live…

Chris Froome: Tour de France history making is ‘the big aim’

Media playback is not supported on this device I'm going to keep going - FroomeChris Froome says a chance to make cycling history is why he is targeting this summer's Tour de France rather than defending his Giro d'Italia title.Froome lost out to Geraint Thomas a year ago but is one win from equalling the…

Armando Lucas Correa uncovers tragedies obscured by history in The Daughter’s...

As a journalist and the editor in chief of People en Español, Armando Lucas Correa is no stranger to uncovering untold stories. But in his fiction, he’s able to shine a light on moments often lost to history. With 2016’s The German Girl, he dove into the lives of the passengers of the MS Saint…

Memo to politicians: Here’s how to check and delete your social...

If a political party was hoping to dig up dirt on a rival candidate, they might turn to someone like Allan Watt - a Sydney-based social media investigation specialist.They would give him the target's name or phone number, and Allan would run it through a suite of subscription-only forensics programs."They trawl through social media looking…

Joshua v Ruiz: Challenger labels champion ‘a robot’ and vows to...

Joshua is seeking to extend his record to 23 fights unbeatenWorld heavyweight champion Anthony Joshua "fights like a big robot", says Andy Ruiz Jr, who has vowed to "make history" when they fight on 1 June. Ruiz, 29, has been confirmed as Joshua's opponent for his US debut, replacing Jarrell Miller following the American's failed…

The GLAAD Awards turn 30: See the most important moments in...

1 of 12 Ron Galella, Ltd./WireImage 1990: Phil Donahue is honored at the inaugural GLAAD Awards The first-ever ceremony took place on April 29, 1990, at the Time-Life building in New York City. Donahue was honored with the Media Person of the Year Award for his continued coverage of the LGBT community, and was joined…

Facebook and Instagram are finally recovering from one of the worst...

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg tobogganing down the Great Wall of China. Facebook Facebook and Instagram are recovering from huge outages that began Wednesday.Instagram tweeted "Anddddd... we're back." Facebook said "error rates have started to return to normal."Facebook said the problems were not the result of a so-called DDoS attack, while NBC Bay Area reported that…

Game of Thrones: An oral history of The Red Wedding

In the third season’s ninth episode, “The Rains of Castamere,” Game of Thrones staged its most notoriously disturbing sequence: The postnuptial slaughter of heroic Robb Stark (Richard Madden), along with his mother, Catelyn (Michelle Fairley), pregnant wife, Talisa (Oona Chaplin), direwolf Grey Wind, and thousands of his bannermen — all while Arya Stark (Maisie Williams)…

Highlights: Chicago Bulls beat Atlanta Hawks 168-161 in third-highest scoring game...

Watch the best moments as the Chicago Bulls beat the Atlanta Hawks 168-161 in the third-highest scoring game in NBA history.WATCH MORE: Wade rolls back the years in NBA's top 10 plays

Chicago Bulls beat Atlanta Hawks in third-highest scoring game in NBA...

Chicago Bulls point guard Zach LaVine (right) scored a career-high 47 points in win over Atlanta HawksThe Chicago Bulls beat the Atlanta Hawks 168-161 in the third-highest scoring game in NBA history.Chicago's Zach LaVine and Atlanta's Trae Young scored career-highs of 47 and 49 respectively in the marathon game, which went to a fourth overtime.Both…
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