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How Manny Pacquiao sees his boxing journey ‘continuing’ at 40

Manny Pacquiao turned 40 years old last month. That’s normally the age when boxers start to rethink how long they want to continue to their careers, if they’re still fighting at all. Pacquiao, recognized as the sport’s only world champion in eight different divisions, is out to prove he is...

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The Happiest Place on Earth indeed! Tim Tebow and his new fiancée, Demi-Leigh Nel-Peters, headed to Walt Disney World in Orlando, Florida, on Friday, January 11, to celebrate their engagement. The New York Mets outfielder, 31, announced a day before the fun-filled trip that he proposed to the 2017...

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Each week, we break down the biggest moments from Supergirl, The Flash, Legends of Tomorrow, and Black Lightning, and Arrow — both here on EW.com and on SiriusXM’s EW Live every Friday during Superhero Insider. Hartley Sawyer is very excited about the back half of The Flash‘s fifth...

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Fox exits bidding for YES and other local sports networks

Fox rocked the sports world Friday by removing itself from the auction of Disney’s 22 regional sports TV networks, including the group’s “crown jewel” YES Network. The sale of the RSNs — a regulatory condition of Disney’s $71 billion deal to take over Fox’s entertainment assets — was...

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This U.S. city was named the best beer travel destination in the world

If you know, you know. And people living in or near Austin, Texas already knew there was something special about the brewing industry in Austin — the juicy IPAs of Pinthouse Pizza, the farmhouse ales of Jester King Brewery, the clean lagers of the ABGB. Now, the rest of the world is catching on,...

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If you know, you know. And people living in or near Austin, Texas already knew there was something special about the brewing industry in Austin — the juicy IPAs of Pinthouse Pizza, the farmhouse ales of Jester King Brewery, the clean lagers of the ABGB. Now, the rest of the world is catching on,...

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This U.S. city was named the best beer travel destination in the world

If you know, you know. And people living in or near Austin, Texas already knew there was something special about the brewing industry in Austin — the juicy IPAs of Pinthouse Pizza, the farmhouse ales of Jester King Brewery, the clean lagers of the ABGB. Now, the rest of the world is catching on,...

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Jessica Tcherepnine, Exacting Botanical Artist, Is Dead at 80

Ms. Tcherepnine painted blossoms from her family garden in England and became a world-renowned botanical artist after moving to the United States.

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We’ve been saying since 2013 that there should be a sequel to Coming to America and now, after a long development, it’s actually happening. Eddie Murphy, who’s reprising the lead role of African Prince Akeem, confirmed the film is “officially moving forward” at Paramount as the studio...

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If you know, you know. And people living in or near Austin, Texas already knew there was something special about the brewing industry in Austin — the juicy IPAs of Pinthouse Pizza, the farmhouse ales of Jester King Brewery, the clean lagers of the ABGB. Now, the rest of the world is catching on,...

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If you know, you know. And people living in or near Austin, Texas already knew there was something special about the brewing industry in Austin — the juicy IPAs of Pinthouse Pizza, the farmhouse ales of Jester King Brewery, the clean lagers of the ABGB. Now, the rest of the world is catching on,...

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What’s Next in Jeff Bezos’ $137 Billion Divorce — and Why It Could Even Affect the U.S. Economy

Because of the enormous amount of money involved, Jeff Bezos‘ divorce from wife MacKenzie is not only complicated and expensive — it could even have an impact on the U.S. economy. The Amazon CEO, 54, who is now the richest man in the world with an estimated net worth of $137 billion, and his...

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The Camp fire in Northern California was the costliest single natural disaster in the world for insurers last year, resulting in $12.5 billion in covered losses, and was the most destructive wildfire ever, according to a new report by a German reinsurance firm. The Camp fire resulted in a record...

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Ivanka Trump reportedly being considered to head World Bank

President Trump’s eldest daughter and top aide, Ivanka Trump, is reportedly among a list of names submitted to the Treasury Department as a possible candidate to head the World Bank. Ivanka is being considered for the position as current World Bank president, Jim Yong Kim, recently announced he is...

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At War: ‘On Parris Island, We Felt Isolated From the Rest of the World’

In this week’s At War newsletter: a Times reporter and former Marine writes about his life in boot camp, in response to the service’s gender-integration news.

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Liga MX-style schedule would serve MLS better

Soccer Insider: Major League Soccer released its 2019 schedule this week, and as usual, it doesn't follow the same calendar as most of the other soccer leagues around the world.

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If you know, you know. And people living in or near Austin, Texas already knew there was something special about the brewing industry in Austin — the juicy IPAs of Pinthouse Pizza, the farmhouse ales of Jester King Brewery, the clean lagers of the ABGB. Now, the rest of the world is catching on,...

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Japan encouraged the elderly and women to work and broke a longstanding taboo against immigration, offering lessons for other advanced economies facing similar problems. The country is now enjoying its second-longest economic expansion since World War II.

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Japan encouraged the elderly and women to work and broke a longstanding taboo against immigration, offering lessons for other advanced economies facing similar problems. The country is now enjoying its second-longest economic expansion since World War II.

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Adam Lambert confirms Bohemian Rhapsody cameo

While Adam Lambert has frequently shared the stage with the remaining members of Queen, some may be surprised to learn of another connection that he has to the iconic band. In a Twitter post on Friday, the singer celebrated his small (but crucial) cameo in Bohemian Rhapsody, sharing an image of...

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