Charles Krauthammer, conservative voice and Pulitzer Prize winner, dies at 68
NBCNews.com, 22 June at 02:23
NEW YORK — Charles Krauthammer, the Pulitzer Prize-winning columnist and pundit who helped shape and occasionally dissented from the conservative movement as he evolved from "Great Society" Democrat to Iraq War cheerleader to denouncer of ...
Blistering Jason Roy century puts the whitewash within reach
The Times, 22 June at 02:04
To save your favourite articles so you can find them later, subscribe to one of our packs. Dismiss. The spectre of a whitewash is not uncommon in a series against Australia, most recently after defeats in the first three Ashes Tests last winter, but
Extinct gibbon found in imperial tomb
The Times, 22 June at 02:04
The first emperor of China famously chose to be buried alongside more than 8,000 terracotta soldiers in full military regalia, together with war chariots, acrobats and musicians. Yet his grandmother seems to have kept even stranger company in the
Melania Trump wears 'I don't care' jacket on way to child detention center
The Guardian, 22 June at 01:45
The first lady appeared to be wearing a Zara jacket with the astonishing caption: 'I really don't care. Do U?' Sam Wolfson. Thu 21 Jun 2018 15.22 EDT Last modified on Thu 21 Jun 2018 18.34 EDT. Share on Facebook · Share on Twitter · Share via Email.
Spooked horse smashes carriage through fashion boutique window throwing off passengers headed for Ladies Day at ...
Mirror.co.uk, 22 June at 01:09
A spooked horse dragged its carriage into a shop window and had to be put down after it bolted outside Royal Ascot . The horse was one of four pulling a traditional coaching carriage when it slipped on the road surface at a roundabout on the High Street.
Morgan hopes match-winning intensity is England's new 'normal' in ODI cricket
Belfast Telegraph, 22 June at 01:03
Eoin Morgan is hoping England can sustain the new level of intensity which has put them on course for an unprecedented 5-0 one-day international whitewash of Australia. England turned a record Chester-le-Street run chase of 310 for eight into a
Families of white working-class children 'lack drive' of migrants
The Guardian, 22 June at 00:28
White working-class children have fallen behind because their families can “lack the aspiration and drive seen in many migrant communities,” according to Amanda Spielman, the chief inspector of schools in England. Spielman's comments came as she ...
Royal Ascot 2018: Horse taking guests to races dies after bolting and crashing into window
Express.co.uk, 22 June at 00:27
ROYAL Ascot racegoers were met with horror today when a horse that was carrying guests was killed after bolting through a glass window after it got spooked and crashed into a shop window. By Carly Read. PUBLISHED: 22:15, Thu, Jun 21, 2018 ...
Horse-drawn carriage smashes into designer clothes shop by Ascot racecourse
Telegraph.co.uk, 22 June at 00:24
A horse-drawn carriage has smashed into the window of a designer clothes shop in Ascot after the animals were spooked and bolted down the high street. One horse is understood to have been seriously injured in the collision after losing its balance as
England close in on Australia ODI whitewash after Jason Roy powers to century
The Independent, 22 June at 00:12
Australia will be glad to see the back of this one-day series after they followed up their Trent Bridge humiliation with another hammering in Durham. Before they depart, though, they will have to negotiate one more ODI against a rampant England team
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