Twitter/sportslogosnet The 2018 NBA All-Star jerseys appear to have leaked online, sporting a black and white design and the Jordan Brand logo as opposed to the more traditional Nike swoosh. The design shares aesthetic similarities to the newly released “City of Flight” line from Jordan Brand, and it’s possible that the two are connected. Reactions to the jerseys were mixed, ...Read More »
Outgoing US nuclear warhead chief says his agency is working 'at full capacity' as Trump plans to expand nuclear options
The Ohio-class ballistic missile submarine USS Pennsylvania (SSBN 735) transits the Hood Canal as the boat returns to its homeport at Naval Base Kitsap-Bangor, Washington, following a routine strategic deterrent patrol December 27, 2017. US Department of Defense The National Nuclear Security Administration is responsible for maintaining and creating the US’ nuclear arsenal. Frank Klotz, the recently-retired head of the ...Read More »
On Tuesday, the biggest names in British TV came together to celebrate the top actors, actresses and shows in the UK at the National Television Awards. This year’s awards show was hosted by Dermot O’Leary and took place at the O2 Arena. The ceremony is the only TV awards show where votes are open to the public. For its 23rd ...Read More »
What Russia's reaction to the spoof naked air cadets video tells us about the country's attitude to sexuality and protest
A young man wearing underwear, a bondage belt and pilot’s cap appears on camera. He gyrates his hips and buttocks to the sound of Benny Benassi’s “Satisfaction” before thrusting along the corridors of a student dormitory. He dips in and out of rooms, finding scantily-clad students performing tasks to the Satisfaction rhythm – some ironing, some cleaning, others drilling holes in ...Read More »
Fake news just got real. Brandon Griesemer, who is from Detroit, was arrested on Friday after making more than 20 phone calls to cable channel CNN and threatening to travel to the news organisation’s Atlanta headquarters and carry out a mass shooting. So said the New York Post on Tuesday. They called Griesemer a “madman” and a “maniac”, and said his ...Read More »
Ex-detective's 'Fifty Shades of Grey-style sadomasochistic attack on terrified mum he met on Plenty of Fish'
An ex-detective launched a “Fifty Shades of Grey”-style sadomasochistic attack on a terrified mum he met on a dating app, a jury head. Roy Hedley, 53, allegedly told her, “I haven’t given you permission to snivel” after she wept in pain when he violently grabbed her breast. Mr Hedley, who worked on the 7/7 terror attacks for the Met Police, ...Read More »
Man 'bought £500 three-foot sex doll off eBay that was advertised online as "like a young girl's body"'
A three-foot sex doll described as ‘like a young girl’s body’ was imported into the UK after a man bought it off eBay for £500, a court heard. Daniel Adams, 33, claims he was not aware of the doll’s childlike qualities though prosecutors state it was promoted online as ‘100 per cent like a young girl’s body’. The court heard ...Read More »
Man who 'drove van into Finsbury Park mosque worshippers' received Twitter message from Britain First deputy leader before 'attack'
A van driver accused of ploughing into a crowd of Muslims received a message from Britain First’s deputy leader Jayda Fransen in the weeks before his alleged attack, a court heard today. Darren Osborne, 48, also received messages believed to be from former EDL co-founder signed “yours truly, Tommy Robinson”, jurors were told. Osborne allegedly killed 51-year-old Makram Ali and ...Read More »
A retired teacher who was conned out £5,000 has received all the money she lost back from a kindhearted former pupil. Meg Jenisch from Gloucester said she felt ‘violated’ after she was targeted by a fraudster pretending to be a Metropolitan Police officer. But, after hearing about the 86-year-old’s plight, an anonymous former pupil, reimbursed all the stolen money, reports ...Read More »
London Labour intervenes in council housing plan dispute National executive committee asks Haringey to rethink scheme Protests against the partnership with Lendlease. Photograph: Alamy Labour has taken the unprecedented decision to ask one of its London councils to rethink its controversial plans for a public-private housing scheme. The national executive committee (NEC) voted unanimously to call on Haringey council, led ...Read More »