Jenelle Evans Divorce: Is Heroin To Blame For The "Teen Mom 2" Star’s Split From Courtland Rodgers?
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We recently took a look at the new 2013 Range Rover, unveiled by British Motor Car Distributors, in conjunction with Dogpatch Wine Works in San Francisco.
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Sunday Night Football went out on an especially high note for NBC, with the match-up between the Dallas Cowboys and the Washington Redskins earning football’s biggest ratings for a primetime regular season game in 15 years. The game averaged 26.67 million viewers and a 18.3 overnight rating among households. The last game to pull in higher numbers was ABC’s 1997 showdown between the Broncos and the 49-ers. In the demo, early returns give the game a whopping 9.0 rating among adults 18-49. With a 90-minute Football Night in America (4.2 adults rating), NBC averaged a 7.3 rating in the key demo and 21.4 million viewers for the entire night. Football overrun and animation encores gave Fox a distant second place finish for the night. The network averaged a 3.7 rating with adults 18-49 and 10.3 million viewers
unable to retrieve full-text contentU.S. stocks closed out 2012 with their strongest day in more than a month, putting the S&P 500 up 13.4 percent for the year, as lawmakers in Washington closed in on a resolution to the “fiscal cliff” negotiations.
How will South Korean sensation Psy usher in 2013? By partying with the huddled masses in New York’s Times Square, where he’ll appear as a featured act on Dick Clark’s New Year’s Rockin’ Eve. And there’s certainly lots to celebrate: a billion YouTube views for his hit “Gangnam Style,” a world record he set just over a week earlier, a recording contract with Scooter Braun ’s Schoolboy Records, his 35th birthday on Jan. 1 and a brief breather from nonstop action as he crisscrossed the country — and the globe — bringing K-Pop to radio stations, concert stages and living rooms via appearances on Ellen DeGeneres , Today , SNL and The Tonight Show , among others. Finally, Psy, who’s married and a father to twins, tells The Hollywood Reporter , “I really can celebrate myself and my last four or five months.” And no doubt he’ll do it in style. Read on for more insight into the international pop phenom who THR named one of its 2012 rule-breakers. The Hollywood Reporter: With all of the appearances that you make, are you on a plane every single day
As a new constitution engraves Islam ever more firmly into Egyptian law, a young comic’s escalating battle with a group of ultraconservative television sheiks has become an early skirmish over the application of Islamic law, or Shariah. Sheiks hosting Islamist variations on “The 700 Club” have spent weeks attacking the protesters who clogged Cairo’s streets, in recent weeks, calling them perverts, drug users, paid thugs and Christians. When a 38-year-old TV comedian, Bassem Youssef, began mocking the sheiks for their outlandish allegations, they turned on him, too, accusing him of sexual immorality and even poor hygiene. “Bassem Zipper,” one called him, “the varmint.” Youssef “doesn’t know how to wash after he uses the bathroom,” another one said. Youssef replayed clips of their attacks.
The Guardian 2013 will be no picnic Columnist Ha-Joon Chang in his opinion piece for The Guardian says the world didn’t end as a Mayan prophecy foretold but believes 2013 will be tougher than 2012. Chang says, “Global leaders will still have to work hard to manage economic trials and social tensions.” The Cambridge University economics professor says Republicans will do their best bit “to weaken federal US government by using an anachronistic law on federal debt ceiling.” European leaders need to work out new economic programmes with a more equitable sharing of the burden of adjustment, both within and between countries, he says. Cricinfo.com Be bold Former Australian cricketer Ian Chappell sees exciting Test cricket being played in the coming months between England and Australia. India recently hosted England and will host Australia which heads to England for Ashes in July-August 2013. Chappell has a word of advice for each of the cricket teams to improve their Test cricket. He says, “India needs to begin a revitalisation process with a change of leadership.” Chappell feels that Australia should fix their system which produced exciting young batsman but now brings “ageing debutants.” England should unearth a fast-bowling all-rounder in order to use the lethal combination of Graeme Swann and Monty Panesar. This, Chappell feels, would bring England, a team on the rise, great success in Tests
Chávez faces new complications after surgery CARACAS: President Hugo Chávez of Venezuela is facing “new complications” arising from a respiratory infection following cancer surgery in Cuba, Vice President Nicolás Maduro said in a televised statement on Sunday night. “President Chávez’s condition continues to be delicate, presenting complications that are being treated, in a process not without risks,” Maduro said. Iran test-fires missiles near Strait of Hormuz Tehran: Iran’s navy said it test-fired a range of weapons during ongoing manoeuvers near the Strait of Hormuz, the passageway for one-fifth of the world’s oil supply. Monday’s report by the IRNA news agency quotes exercise spokesman Adm Amir Rastgari as saying the Iranian-made air defense system Raad was among weapons tested. ‘90 pc of Syria conflict victims killed in 2012’ Beirut: Nearly 90 per cent of those who have died in Syria’s 21-month conflict were killed in 2012, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said Monday.
SECRETARY of State Hillary Clinton was hospitalized on Sunday with a blood clot stemming from a concussion she suffered earlier this month, a State Department spokesman said. Clinton, who had cancelled most of her public events in recent weeks because of the injury, was at a follow-up examination on Sunday when doctors discovered the blood clot, according to Philippe Reines, her longtime spokesman. “She is being treated with anticoagulants and is at NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital so that they can monitor the medication over the next 48 hours,” Reines said in a statement. “Her doctors will continue to assess her condition, including other issues associated with her concussion,” Reines said. “They will determine if any further action is required.” Aides said Clinton, 65, had become dehydrated this month because of a stomach virus she contracted during a trip to Europe. She fainted and struck her head, causing the concussion. State Department officials had said Clinton fainted when she was at home alone in Washington but added that the concussion was not diagnosed immediately