Khloe Kardashian shuts down romance rumours with new basketball star

The internet was rife with rumours Khloe Kardashian had found a new flame but the reality star quickly moved to shut down the suggestion
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Voices: Why don’t we just clap for energy companies instead of paying them?
If being treated like a dying fairy in a pantomime is good enough for our nation’s health service during a global pandemic, then it’s good enough for energy bosses
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Man shoots dead 400-pound bear after it opened door to his home in Colorado ski town
Town of Steamboat Springs has been experiencing bear break-ins all summer
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Remains of Indian soldier who went missing on world’s highest battlefield found after 38 years
Chandrashekhar Harbola was part of a military unit during the 1984 India-Pakistan war on Siachen glacier
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Nacho Monreal: Arsenal pay tribute to popular former defender after retirement at 36 - ‘The GOAT!’
Nacho Monreal, the popular former Arsenal defender, has announced his retirement from football at the age of 36.
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Thirty years of growth, globalisation and goals in the Premier League
The first season began with two defeats for Manchester United. A lot has changed but some things stay the sameBy Richard Foster for The Football MineWhen Robert Warzycha scored Everton’s second goal in the 80th minute of their match against Manchester United on Wednesday 19 August 1992, he helped the Toffees secure all three points at Old Trafford. Mo Johnston added a third in the final minute to consign United to their second consecutive defeat of the season. Until this season, it was the only time United had lost their opening two games of a Premier League campaign. However, back in 1992-93, they went on to win the title comfortably, losing just four of their remaining 40 matches to finish 10 points clear of second-placed Aston Villa.Warzycha’s goal at Old Trafford made him the first player from outside the British Isles to score in the Premier League. The Poland international was one of only 13 foreign players in action during the opening weekend of its inaugural season. Only two of those 13 were from outside Europe – Ipswich’s Canadian goalkeeper Craig Forrest and Liverpool’s Israeli striker Ronnie Rosenthal. Continue reading...
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Aldi workers make desperate plea to anyone who shops there
"We are currently up against it."
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Roads flooded in South West as heavy rain and thunderstorms hit parts of UK
The Environment Agency has put out 19 flood alerts in areas of the Midlands and south-east England.
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Daughter of Syrian refugees at centre of life-support treatment fight
Mr Justice Hayden has been asked to decide what moves are in the six-year-old girl’s best interests at a High Court hearing in London
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Chinese ‘spy ship’ docks at Sri Lanka’s Hambantota port despite India’s security concerns
India claims docking of Chinese ‘spy ship’ Yuan Wang 5 is threat to its security
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Shopper left 'disgusted' after spotting mouse running around Arndale Market
The furry creature was seen at 11pm on Sunday (August 14)
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Liz Truss rejects Labour’s plan to freeze rocketing energy bills as ‘sticking plaster’
Tory leadership favourite also hints she will remove existing windfall tax on energy firms if she wins power
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Jewellery expert's essential reason to not shop for engagement rings at big chains
A jewellery expert and antique dealer has shared the biggest mistakes that couples face when shopping for engagement rings - and one lies with popular high-street retailers
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Signal hack: Private messaging services hit by hack, leaking users’ phone numbers
Signal, the secure messaging app, has been hit by a hack that leaked its users phone numbers.
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'Livid' Britney Spears set to fire back at Kevin Federline in 'tell-all Oprah interview'
Britney Spears reportedly wants to share 'her truth' by doing a tell-all interview with Oprah Winfrey after her ex-husband Kevin Federline discussed her relationship with her sons
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From time machines to threesomes: 12 of the funniest jokes from the Edinburgh fringe
With the fabled comedy showcase running until the end of August, we whittled down gags galore from this year’s standups to pick a dozen of our favouritesMichael Spicer: Why did the chicken cross the road? Because it saw someone from work on a Saturday.Susie McCabe: What’s the difference between a hippo and a Zippo? One is really heavy and the other is a little lighter. Continue reading...
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Rollerdrome review – skating as a bloodsport
PC, PlayStation 4/5; Roll7/Private DivisionMixing the colour palette of 80s comic books with post-apocalyptic bloodlust, movement in this fluid game feels sublime. Until you get shot in the headSkating of all kinds became a whole thing during the Covid lockdowns. As the pandemic put a pause on indoor socialising, parks became the new pubs – and what better way to escape shut-in misery than gliding around the green? In south London at least, it’s a passion that’s endured: every Sunday without fail, I’m greeted by a gaggle of boombox-toting skaters. Yet for game developer Roll7, this lockdown obsession seemingly took a less wholesome turn. If you ever thought that Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater would be more thrilling as a blood-drenched deathmatch, then this is your game.Channelling the smudged colour palette of 80s comic books and the post-apocalyptic bloodlust of Mad Max, Rollerdrome is a giddying blend of murder and momentum. As in February’s brilliant OlliOlli World, from the same developer, forward motion feels sublime: performing mid-air grabs atop a ramp before dropping into a polished, gym-like court, the fluidity of your flow is entrancing. And then some other deadly derby competitor shoots you in the head. Continue reading...
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OLD Interest-free loans to be rolled out in UK to help with food bills
The initiative will be available to customers nationwide from August 16
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ITV This Morning viewers ask what they're watching as Rochelle Humes and Andi Peters under fire for laughing at singing guest
The hosts were joined on the show by Patrick the pony alongside his owner Kirk
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Biden aims for victory lap as he signs Inflation Reduction Act – live
White House hopes climate and healthcare bill will mark turning point for Biden’s presidency and boost Democrats in the midtermsSign up to receive First Thing – our daily briefing by emailGood morning, US politics blog readers. Today is a day Joe Biden has been anticipating since perhaps the start of his presidency. This afternoon, he will sign a marquee spending plan that emerged after a year of stop-and-start negotiations, which at times looked like they would ended up achieving nothing. Dubbed the Inflation Reduction Act, the measure marks Washington’s most forceful attempt yet to slash emissions, and is also meant to lower prescription drug prices. The White House hopes it will mark a turning point for Biden’s beleaguered presidency and boost Democrats in November’s midterms.Here’s a look at what we can expect today:Biden will sign the Inflation Reduction Act at 3.30pm ET in a White House ceremony.Alaska and Wyoming hold primary elections today, where Republicans in the latter state will likely end, for now, the political career of congresswoman Liz Cheney, whose condemnation of Donald Trump alienated her from the GOP. In Alaska, former governor and vice-presidential nominee Sarah Palin could make her return to national politics if she wins the open seat in the House of Representatives. Continue reading...
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Lego announces new Harry Potter Hogwarts Express set – and there’s a competition to stay on the real train
All change at platform nine and three quarters
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Rollerdrome review: A radical, relentless and unmissable title that verges on transcendental
The stylish roller-skating shooter might just be one of the best games of 2022
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Rollerdrome Review - Two genres clash to create something that's fun, original, and addictive
Roll7 have taken two pretty well-done genres, and yet have somehow managed to come up with something that's a stunt pulling, combo chasing, exploding barrel of laughs
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Fearne Cotton spills the secret to her vintage interior design success
The answer comes in one simple question.
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Rollerdrome review – brutal deluxe
Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater meets Doom Eternal in a dystopian sci-fi sport where fancy tricks and spraying bullets go hand-in-hand.
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Jurgen Klopp claims Liverpool FC are cursed ahead of Manchester United match
The Red Devils host their arch-rivals at Old Trafford next Monday night with both sides having suffered poor starts to the new Premier League season.
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Boy, 2, in critical condition in coma as Omicron Covid leaves tot unable to breathe
The tot started having symptoms on Friday - a barking cough, an infection in his upper airways and breathing difficulties that was getting worse - before falling into a coma on Monday
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Sacheen Littlefeather Receives Apology From Academy Nearly 50 Years After Oscars Abuse
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ITV bosses set sights on Pop Idol revival after 21 years
Pop Idol launched on ITV back in 2001 and it became an instant smash with viewers, and as it gears up to celebrate it's 21st birthday, TV bosses are toying with the idea of bringing back the iconic talent series
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Why aren’t banks passing on interest rate rises to customers?
Rates have gone up six consecutive times, yet very few savers are benefiting, researchers findMillions of people are being short-changed on savings rates, with banks and building societies failing to pass on this month’s 0.5 percentage point interest rate rise, new research has claimed. Continue reading...
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Big Brother 2009 winner Sophie Reade is unrecognisable 12 years on as show set to return
Glamour model Sophie Reade, who won Big Brother back in 2009, has been through a drastic transformation as she shows off some seriously sultry snaps on Instagram
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Pregnancy 'honeymoon period' is shorter than previously thought, study says
Despite being the 'honeymoon period' for sex during pregnancy, 40 per cent of the second trimester shows declines in sexual activity, say Indiana University experts.
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Carol Vorderman posts incredible gym selfies as fans fawn over her: ‘Such an inspiration’
The TV star is currently on a health retreat.
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Police enforce new powers in Moss Side after man shot dead as murder probe ramps up
A police cordon remains in place on Claremont Road
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Swedish 'Tinder Swindler' victim Pernilla Sjoholm reveals she is pregnant with twins
The commercial imagines how the lives of both Pernilla Sjoholm and Cecilie Fjellhoy would be different if they had used Wingman instead of Tinder.
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London 2012 ‘Queen’ stuntman jailed for pushing partner down stairs
Gary Connery was convicted by a jury at Oxford Crown Court of grievous bodily harm without intent over the domestic violence incident in October 2020.
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London 2012 ‘Queen’ stuntman jailed for pushing partner down stairs
Gary Connery was convicted by a jury at Oxford Crown Court of grievous bodily harm without intent over the domestic violence incident in October 2020.
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Why is Lakers legend Kobe Bryant’s wife suing Los Angeles County?
Trial expected to last two weeks
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Apple orders employees to come into the office thrice a week
Employees will be able to work from home two days a week.
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Jameela Jamil details painful stunt injury she got while filming She-Hulk: Attorney At Law
The actress, 36, plays Titania, a social media influencer with superhuman strength, in the highly anticipated Marvel show
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Voices: The right used to mock identity politics: now it’s all it has
Splitting people along lines of identity is every bit as enticing for the right as it has ever been for the left
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What is Snapchat+, how much does it cost, how to download and what does it include?
Everything you need to know about Snapchat+ and its new features
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Defending champion Laura Muir eases into European Championships 1500m final
The Scot is looking to end a successful summer with another gold medal.
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Man 'with brain cancer' who attacked teenagers in ride queue banned from Disney World
The Disney World visitor got into an altercation with the two teenagers when they jumped the queue ahead of his family, sparking a row before fists were thrown and the police called
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Maker&Son sale bags another payday for London’s famous Conran design clan
The business, founded by Felix Conran, was recently valued at £55 million
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Top 35 must-see locations for book lovers - with Brontë sisters' home topping list
The literary list features sites made famous by both authors and by their works - from Shakespeare's birthplace, to Sherwood Forest from Robin Hood
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Trump aide Peter Navarro told agents serving subpoena to ‘get the f*** out of here’, DOJ filing says
Former trade adviser was a key player in plan to overturn election in Congress on 6 January 2021
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Worst year on record for train cancellations
Analysis by the PA news agency shows the cancellations score in the 12 months to July 23 was 3.6%.
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