• Elephant Donna goes bananas on meeting Queen at Whipsnade Zoo

    Elephant Donna goes bananas on meeting Queen at Whipsnade Zoo

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    Alongside husband Prince Philip , the Queen toured the new home for nine Asian elephants, including an 10-month-old named Elizabeth, who was born the day before the monarch's 90th birthday celebrations a year ago. "She's still a little young and unpredictable", Field said. He said: "I have made the most awful mistake, Ma'am - I forgot to introduce you to this line-up!" As Patron of the Zoological Society of London, the Queen had the honour of opening the new care centre, which is set ...
  • Superstar Shakeup Continues, Tag Title Match, More

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    Miz and Maryse were left dumbfounded when the Swagtastic Shinsuke Nakamura arrived in the middle of the ring, seemingly for a program with The Miz. They do their typical parody promo, and then they are interrupted by the Intercontinental Champion, Dean Ambrose , who is also moving to Monday nights.
  • Editor in small Iowa town wins editorial writing Pulitzer

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    At the same time , local papers like the Charleston Gazette-Mail continue to struggle, putting at risk valuable local investigative reporting like Eric Eyre's prize-winning work. Daniel Berehulak , freelance photographer, receiving the Breaking News Photography award for reporting on the Philippines' government's deadly targeting of drug dealers and drug users.
  • Arsene Wenger's Words After Arsenal's Shocking Defeat to Crystal Palace

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    Palace probably have the toughest run in of all the teams fighting to stay in the Premiership but they have now taken 15 points from the last six games, with six of those points coming against Chelsea away and now Arsenal. With Arsenal struggling in the second half, Arsene Wenger introduced Aaron Ramsey and Olivier Giroud for Elneny and Danny Welbeck after 58 minutes.
  • United passenger dragged off overbooked flight

    United passenger dragged off overbooked flight

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    The Internet is having a field day with the shocking incident of a passenger forcefully dragged off an overbooked United Airlines flight, posting creative memes about the incident that has gone viral and caused an uproar. He is then seen being dragged down the aisle on his back by his hands, body limp, glasses askew and shirt pulled up above his navel. Munoz says in the email that United employees followed established procedures for dealing with the situations.
  • Chicago, United Express lambasted over man dragged off plane

    Chicago, United Express lambasted over man dragged off plane

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    Following a concentrated backlash on social media, United CEO Oscar Munoz issued a statement calling the incident "upsetting" and apologized "for having to re-accommodate" customers. By contrast, Munoz describes United employees who asked him to leave the plane after the man had entered it as acting "politely". "It's straight up discrimination", one widely shared post said, while another commenter said they would never "fly with United again in my lifetime".
  • Kendrick Lamar Announces New Album 'DAMN.' With Artwork And Tracklist

    Kendrick Lamar Announces New Album 'DAMN.' With Artwork And Tracklist

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    The rapper shared the album's artwork and tracklist on Twitter this morning (April 11). While Rihanna's vocal contribution will likely be a standout, U2's song is exciting simply because we have no idea what it's going to sound like. "Okay", while @Ciara_BK added: "I really do not need to hear U2 on a Kendrick album ". It was made available to pre-order on iTunes last week under the title ALBUM .
  • The Crown Scoops 5 BAFTA Nominations

    The Crown Scoops 5 BAFTA Nominations

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    Jared Harris, John Lithgow and Vanessa Kirby secured best supporting actor nominations for their roles in the programme, which will return for a second series in November. In the leading actor category, National Treasure's Robbi Coltrane has been nominated alongside Benedict Cumberbatch for The Hollow Crown. A third series of the drama is reportedly in the works, jumping years into the future in its portrayal of the Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh.
  • Kate Bush releases statement about Coachella rejection reports

    Kate Bush releases statement about Coachella rejection reports

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    Head of WME's music division Marc Geiger makes the claim while giving an example of the negotiating process with the festival's founder Paul Tollett . It sounds like a missed opportunity: Bush, whose hits include "Wuthering Heights" and "Running Up That Hill", would have been a bold and inspired choice to replace original headliner Beyoncé.