• Yachting: New Zealand make fast start in America's Cup final

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    Heading into the start of the first race Emirates Team New Zealand knew that Oracle had altered their boat to make it quicker. But Spithill insisted there was still room to make useful adjustments to the complicated systems that control the space-age craft, and to "appendages" including the massive fixed-wing sails, rudders and the daggerboards that allow the boats to foil - virtually flying with their twin hulls above the water surface.
  • Alternate juror in Cosby trial would've convicted

    Alternate juror in Cosby trial would've convicted

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    The judge will consider whether to release the jurors' names at a hearing on Tuesday. A man who says he was an alternate juror in the Bill Cosby sexual assault trial is having his say. "If the press saturates the nationwide media with stories about deliberations, including jurors' opinions about the evidence, it may make parties' (prosecution and defense) ability to select a fair and impartial jury more hard", said Steele in his memorandum of law.
  • Juror: 2 holdouts blocked conviction in Bill Cosby trial

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    There were only two holdouts against finding Cosby guilty of having digitally penetrated Andrea Constand without her consent and of a second count that he'd assaulted Constand after giving her drugs without her knowledge, which impaired her ability to resist the attack.
  • Marshall trailer: Chadwick Boseman stars in the new biopic

    Marshall trailer: Chadwick Boseman stars in the new biopic

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    Watch the Marshall trailer after the jump. In need of a high profile victory but muzzled by a segregationist court, Marshall is partnered with Samuel Friedman, a young Jewish lawyer who has never tried a case. Brown ), a butler and chauffer who was accused in 1940 of kidnapping and raping his employer, Bridgeport, Connecticut socialite Eleanor Strubing ( Kate Hudson ).
  • Rihanna Sent a Fan Breakup Advice Through Twitter Direct Messages

    Rihanna Sent a Fan Breakup Advice Through Twitter Direct Messages

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    Not only does Rihanna reply to DMs, she gives good advice. "Just believe that the heartbreak was a gift in itself!" she writes in the message above. Apparently this isn't the first time the fan has gotten relationship advice from Rihanna , either. You don't have a choice really! Rihanna then weighed in with an unbelievable response, offering some sage advice via direct message.
  • Trump offers US help to Qatar to resolve Gulf crisis

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    Emirati state minister for foreign affairs Anwar Gargash in an interview with AFP at his office in Dubai on June 7, 2017. Although it has been widely known that Saudi Arabia, Egypt, the UAE and Bahrain have always been frustrated by Doha's foreign policy activities that have shown support for the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt, Islamist factions in Syria and friendly relations with Iran , the severity of the blockade reveals a much deeper mistrust than had previously been realised.
  • Z Reportedly Prepping Fall Tour in Support of '4:44' Album

    Z Reportedly Prepping Fall Tour in Support of '4:44' Album

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    The site reports that Beyonce didn't go her full term, which resulted in her twins coming premature. But in Bey's June 19 filing, the singer fires back, denying the allegations made by Morales' based off of the Vanity Fair interview, explaining that the article speaks for itself but rejects Morales' assessment of Jay-Z's state of mind from her reading of the story.
  • JURASSIC WORLD 2 Has Its Official Title and Poster

    JURASSIC WORLD 2 Has Its Official Title and Poster

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    Jurassic World: Fallen Kindgom will hit theaters on June 22, 2018 . Back in March, director J.A. Bayona tweeted out the film's first official photo showing a young girl looking at triceratops bones. On top of the new title and release date, the teaser poster for Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom comes with the tag, "Life finds a way", referencing Jeff Goldblum's line from Steven Spielberg's classic 1993 film.