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Source: Global News

Chris Cornell’s son stars in posthumous ‘When Bad Does Good’ video

Tuesday 17:15 GMT

To commemorate the legacy of late Soundgarden frontman Chris Cornell, his widow Vicky Cornell on Nov. 16 shared a music video for posthumous single When Bad Does Good.

All proceeds go toward the Epidermolysis Bullosa Medical Research Foundation and the Chris and Vicky Cornell Foundation, which was founded to protect and provide for vulnerable and neglected children all around the globe.

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Source: BBC

ATP Finals: Roger Federer beaten by Alexander Zverev in semi-finals

Sunday 08:04 GMT

Roger Federer must wait until 2019 for another chance to reach 100 career titles after semi-final defeat by Alexander Zverev at the ATP Finals.

In scenes reminiscent of Naomi Osaka's victory speech at the US Open when her win was overshadowed by Serena Williams' outbursts, Zverev was left apologising to both the crowd and Federer after one of the biggest wins in his career. "I apologised to Roger at the net already, he said it is OK and it is in the rules," the world number five said.

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Source: Fox News

LeBron James drops 51 as Lakers burn Miami Heat

Tuesday 08:04 GMT

LeBron James continues to defy Father Time, as he dropped 51 points in Sunday night’s 113-97 win over the Heat in Miami to notch yet another milestone in an already illustrious career.

Pausing for a second, before cracking a smile, James quipped: "If there's ever a discussion, games like this will make sure you figure it out."

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Source: The Guradian

Louis Theroux: ‘My greatest achievement To have made a career in TV while being nervous by nature’

Sunday 10:48 GMT

Born in Singapore, Louis Theroux, 48, broke into television when Michael Moore employed him as a writer on his satirical show, TV Nation; he went on to win Baftas for his Weird Weekends and When Louis Met… documentaries.

I don’t think I’ve ever been close to death but I am a nervous flyer, especially during turbulence, so there have been many times where I’ve felt that I was.


“Four hostile newspapers are more to be feared than a thousand bayonets...” ― Napoléon Bonaparte