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England's football association sent a very sexist tweet about its women's team


LONDON — Patronising, sexist and old fashioned were just some of the ways a tweet from the English Football Association about its women's team was described The tweet, which stated that the team's players went back to being "mothers, partners and daughters," coincided with their arrival home on Monday morning.

12 tantalizing tidbits spotted in eerie trailer for Netflix's 'Series of Unfortunate Events'


The world is quiet here. At least, it was — until a sinister trailer for Netflix's upcoming adaptation of Lemony Snicket's beloved A Series of Unfortunate Events appeared on YouTube.

How does NYC fall? Catch up in the latest trailer for 'The Division'


The Division imagines a future New York City that's been torn apart by a viral epidemic, rendering central Manhattan a quarantined "Dark Zone." The game's latest trailer takes a peek at how that happened, delivering a crash course on the twists and turns that led to Big Apple dwellers being walled into a government-sanctioned no man's land.

Damon Albarn carried off stage after refusing to finish 5 hour set


"Fuck what anyone says. You want more, we're going to give you more." Damon Albarn didn't want to quit after his mammoth five hour set with Africa Express at Denmark's Roskilde Festival on Saturday - and a fair few fans wanted him to keep going too - but the security team had other ideas.

All the best Minecon 2015 costumes involved cardboard boxes


LONDON — Some 10,000 Minecraft fans descended on the Excel centre over the weekend for the Minecon 2015, a two-day celebration of all things Minecraft from the game's publishers Mojang.

Abby Wambach shares a beautiful moment with her wife after winning World Cup


If there's anything that perfectly captures the best aspects of American culture in 2015, it may well be this: U.S.

'True Detective' Episode 3: We have another boogeyman


SPOILER ALERT: This recap is getting right to the heart of it, so don't read another word if you are saving Episode 3 of True Detective.

The Grateful Dead open 'Fare Thee Well' finale with a fine feline


CHICAGO — We can't stay, but we can look for a while. The Grateful Dead unloaded a doozy to open the very last show Sunday night with "China Cat Sunflower/I Know You Rider," just one of many Dead anthem set-pieces the band was sure to bring into the station one more time.

Sweet redemption! USA wallops Japan to win first Women's World Cup since 1999


The U.S. national team traveled to Canada a month ago with one job: Win the Women's World Cup for the first time since 1999 It accomplished that mission with aplomb and panache in the Women's World Cup final, thanks to a stunning hat-trick by midfielder Carli Lloyd in the game's first 16 minutes.

12 fading TV actors who deserve to land another show


TV roles come and go, sometimes leading to other big opportunities for the actors and actresses that star in the show.

Carli Lloyd's first-half hat-trick is what American dreams are made of


Breaking news from the Women's World Cup: Carli Lloyd is set to become the USA's first female president and replace the face of every man on every denomination of American paper money Not really — but Lloyd did become an instant American hero by scoring three goals in the first 16 minutes of the Women's World Cup final on Sunday in Vancouver to all but assuredly deliver the U.S.

Blood Orange wrote a moving song in response to the Charleston shooting


Dev Hynes, the singer and producer who records music under the the name Blood Orange, shared an eleven-minute track he wrote that was inspired by the shooting on June 18 in Charleston.

Musicians around the world pay tribute to the Grateful Dead's 'Ripple' in new video


On the day when the Grateful Dead plays its final concert in Chicago, an organization called Playing for Change released a heartwarming video of musicians around the world performing "Ripple," which was written by Jerry Garcia and Robert Hunter, and first released in 1970 Playing for Change bills itself as a "multimedia movement created to inspire, connect and bring peace to the world through music." Featured in the video are musicians from Argentina, the Congo and New Orleans, along with David Hildago of Los Lobos and Billy Kreutzmann of the Dead.

Foo Fighters' 20th anniversary show: Inside the rock band's triumphant extravaganza


WASHINGTON, D.C. — This is how the Foo Fighters were born In 1994, young Dave Grohl's world spun out of its axis.

Discovery wants science lovers to dip their toes back into the waters of Shark Week


Much like sharks themselves, Discovery Channel's Shark Week is figure of public fascination Every year, without fail, the weeklong ode to the ocean's most misunderstood beasts hits televisions screens to much fanfare, excitement and social buzz See also: New Discovery Channel president: No more man-eating snakes, fake sharks In past years, however, discussion about Shark Week took a turn for the negative, as scientists, conservationists and the public showed displeasure with Discovery's programming, which they said emphasized shock value over education.

Dave Grohl performs first gig since breaking his leg — while sitting on a throne


The coolest way to celebrate American independence is performing on a throne, as thousands of fans scream their eternal devotion to you.

How to recreate your childhood game library with the Internet Archive


Gamers have had the pleasure of jumping, racing, puzzling, and fighting their way through some amazing titles over the years.

Bernard Tomic dumped from Aussie tennis team after 'unacceptable' rant


After a blistering tirade in which he attacked beloved Australian tennis star Pat Rafter, Bernard Tomic has been dumped from the Davis Cup team by Tennis Australia.

England beats Germany, taking third in Women's World Cup


EDMONTON, Alberta — Fara Williams scored on a penalty kick in the 108th minute, helping England beat Germany 1-0 on Saturday for third place in the Women's World Cup.

The Grateful Dead come out blazing in Chicago for 'Fare Thee Well' tour


CHICAGO — So that's how it's going to be, Trey? The Grateful Dead blew out a bombastic rock show Friday, the first of their three-night Soldier Field finale, and it was Trey Anastasio who lit the fuse.


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