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‘What Is Love’ Singer Haddaway ‘Memba Him?!

‘What Is Love’ Singer Haddaway ‘Memba Him?! 11/2/2017 12:00 AM PDT Singer Haddaway is best known for getting your head bobbing with his 1993 single ‘What Is Love‘ … or what may also be known as the ‘A Night at the Roxybury‘ song. Guess what he looks like now!

LeBron on fourth straight loss: ‘Our team is kind of depleted’

3:30 AM ET CLEVELAND — LeBron James is in the midst of the most lopsided losing streak of his career. The Cleveland Cavaliers‘ 124-107 loss to the Indiana Pacers on Wednesday marked the Cavs’ fourth straight loss by a combined 63 points. Cleveland’s current stretch of futility edges out the four-game losing streak James endured in March 2004 when he lost four games by a combined 61 points as a rookie. While James put the third loss of the streak — a 114-95 rout at the hands of the New York Knicks — in perspective by saying he was “not about to go crazy over it” because it was only October, his nonchalance was gone when he addressed the fourth loss in a row, to Indiana. “It’s a new month,” James said, explaining his dour mood...

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India man wakes up to crocodile shock

Image copyright Kishore Dash Image caption Villagers overpowered the animal and tied it to a tree A man in a remote tribal village in the eastern Indian state of Orissa woke up to find an unexpected guest in his courtyard – a 3m (12ft) long crocodile. Dasharath Madkami told reporters he found the animal when a strange sound woke him up around 3am (local time). Mr Madkami said he raised an alarm to alert other villagers who overpowered the animal and tied it to a tree. The panicky villagers initially wanted to kill the crocodile, but were dissuaded by the headman. Local wildlife authorities eventually came and rescued the animal. Indonesians eat defeated giant python Man finds snake wrapped around bird cage Image copyright Kishore Dash Image caption The animal was rescued by forest of...

North Korea defector urges US to use soft power

Image copyright Getty Images Image caption Thae Yong-ho was North Korea’s deputy ambassador to Britain A high-level defector has told the US Congress that spreading outside information in North Korea is the best way to deal with the regime. Thae Yong-ho said undermining Kim Jong-un’s God-like status among his people could be key to weakening his rule. North Koreans “don’t care about state propaganda but increasingly watch illegally imported South Korean movies and dramas,” he added. Mr Thae was deputy ambassador to the UK before he defected last year. He is one of the highest-ranking officials ever to defect from North Korea. Mr Thae’s speech before US lawmakers comes as President Trump is due to embark on a trip to Asia, including South Korea. Tensions ...

World Series 2017: Houston Astros beat Los Angeles Dodgers for 4-3 series win

George Springer (far right) equalled the record for most home runs in a World Series, matching the five hit by Reggie Jackson in 1977 and Chase Utley in 2009 The Houston Astros won their first World Series title by beating the Los Angeles Dodgers 5-1 in the decisive seventh game. Astros centre fielder George Springer was presented with the series’ most valuable player award after becoming the first man to hit home runs in four successive World Series games, and only the third to hit five homers in the same Fall Classic. Since the Houston area suffered heavy flooding after Hurricane Harvey this summer, the Astros players have worn a “Houston Strong” patch on their uniforms, while also helping with relief efforts. “We wore that patch, we wore it proudly, and the peopl...

3 dead after random shooting at Colorado Walmart, suspect still at-large

Three people are dead following what police are calling a “random” shooting at a Walmart in Colorado, authorities said Wednesday night. The suspect has not been apprehended and police are currently conducting a manhunt for the individual. Two men and one woman were killed in the shooting, police said. The two men were pronounced dead on scene, while the woman later died at the hospital. Police said they are looking for a middle-aged man wearing a black jacket, maroon shirt and jeans, who nonchalantly walked in the front door of the Walmart and opened fire with a handgun, randomly targeting people in the front of the store near the registers. He then exited the store, got into a red Mitsubishi Mirage and drove away from the scene, police said after reviewing security footage fro...

Yes! After win, Astros’ Correa proposes on field

12:59 AM ET Nights don’t get much than the one Carlos Correa had on Wednesday. First, the star Houston shortstop became a World Series champion when the Astros toppled the Dodgers 5-1 in Game 7 in Los Angeles. Keep up with the latest as baseball’s top teams contend for the title. • Astros win first World Series title »• Correa proposes on field after WS win »• L.A. did everything right until Game 7 »• Way-too-early 2018 power rankings »• Your moment-by-moment WS MVP »• Is the World Series baseball too slick? »• Schedule » | Complete coverage » Then, while the Astros were celebrating on the Dodger Stadium field, Correa proposed to his girlfriend, who said yes. “… I was planning if we were World Series champions, I was going to do it right there,” Correa said. &...

Manus Island refugees ‘dig for water’ in Australia camp

Image copyright BEHROUZ BOOCHANI Image caption Asylum seekers have dug holes in the ground, hoping to find fresh water Asylum seekers who are refusing to leave an Australian detention centre in Papua New Guinea say they are digging into the ground to find water, two days after the camp officially closed. About 600 men at the centre on Manus Island do not want to leave, saying they fear being attacked outside. Meanwhile, New Zealand has reiterated its offer to accept up to 150 refugees from Australia’s detention centres. Canberra has repeatedly rejected New Zealand’s offer. Australia holds asylum seekers who arrive by boat on PNG’s Manus Island, and on the Pacific island of Nauru. Australia withdrew from the Manus Island centre on Tuesday, following a PNG court ruling that...