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October 28, 2017 7:01 PM 'Not just Foden, all the boys have got a medal'

England coach Steve Cooper was full of praise for Phil Foden and the work being done at the youth level in the country after his team beat Spain to win their first-ever U-17 World Cup in Kolkata on Saturday. "A little bit surreal," Cooper said of the feeling. "It might even feel a little bit better tomorrow when we realize what we have achieved. I think 182

October 19, 2017 9:51 PM Hate to break it to you, but billions of people can see Uranus tonight

Attention, inhabitants of the northern hemisphere of our fragile home world. You're about to get one of the best peeks at Uranus in years – because the strange alien planet will reach opposition with the Sun and be at the closest point in its orbit to Earth. On Thursday and Friday, Earth will be directly in between the second-furthest planet in our Solar 168

October 1, 2017 2:49 AM CHAN failure reveals flailing Kenya football

The decision to strip Kenya of its right to host the 2018 African Nations Championship (CHAN) has revealed the abject state of football in the country. The Confederation of African Football (CAF) governing body earlier this month withdrew the tournament from Kenya after an inspection team found just one out of four venues was ready ahead of the January 148

October 1, 2017 2:38 AM 29 hurt as French football stadium barrier collapses

Twenty-nine fans were hurt, five of them seriously, when a barrier collapsed Saturday at a stadium in the northern French city of Amiens as away supporters celebrated their opening goal. A fence separating Lille fans from the pitch gave way as they surged forward to celebrate the goal against Amiens, a regional rival that has just been promoted to the top flight 148

October 1, 2017 2:05 AM Hugh Hefner left a problematic legacy, but his Playboy Jazz Festival endures

A figure who was as influential as he was polarizing, Hugh Hefner built an empire that was ultimately based on ideas. Sure, the dominant ones could easily be called lascivious — as well as exploitative, and inarguably retrograde — but his Playboy brand was also built on providing a platform for ideas on liberation, literature, politics and, of course 157

September 30, 2017 12:55 PM Was Hugh Hefner a sexist, or wasn't he? Readers on the essential question about the Playboy founder

It's not exactly news that Hugh Hefner, the perpetually robed Playboy founder who died Wednesday at the age of 91, is a polarizing figure. For decades Americans have disagreed about whether he should be remembered as a great liberator of Americans from their sexual puritanism or as a sexist exploiter of women. On Thursday, columnist Robin Abcarian came down strongly 147

September 30, 2017 11:00 AM Hugh Hefner: Looking Back At A Controversial Life

Hugh Hefner: Looking Back At A Controversial Life Hugh Hefner made history, and then tripped over it. When I was growing up in Chicago, the formidable women who were my mother's friends considered Playboy a good place to work for a single woman. Women at the Playboy Club were well-paid, got chauffeured home in cabs, and customers — stars, politicians 158

September 29, 2017 9:30 PM Hugh Hefner: Inside 'Playboy' and Race to Show More in America's Magazines

An investigative report: From Bob Guccione's 'Penthouse' competition to the publishing race to show more nudity in America's magazines in the 1970s This is Part1 of the story, titled 'The Pubic-Hair Papers,' that originally appeared in the December 20th, 1973 issue of Rolling Stone. It was the summer of '36, and Henry Luce had a problem. Just off the press 189

September 11, 2017 2:08 AM Hundreds killed in Christmas massacre

Kinshasa - Ugandan Lord's Resistance Army rebels killed more than 400 people in Christmas massacres in northeastern Democratic Republic of Congo, the Caritas aid charity said on Tuesday. The rebels denied any responsibility and accused troops from DR Congo, Uganda and South Sudan of "bombing" the victims. The LRA targeted a town where a Christmas Day concert 153

September 7, 2017 12:27 PM 17 schools to take part in heritage and history competition

The Museums Association of Namibia (MAN) will host its 10th edition of its School Clubs and Museum Exhibition Competition (SCAMX) in Otjiwarongo, on 13 to 14 September, at the Out of Africa Town Hotel. The competition involves school History and Culture Clubs in research and exhibition design and will bring 17 schools from different parts of the country 256