Live updates from Anthony Joshua vs. Wladimir Klitschko: Joshua wins it in the 11th with TKO

Britain's Anthony Joshua came up with a gutty TKO win over Wladimir Klitschko of Ukraine. Joshua looked done in the middle rounds after Klitschko knocked him down in the fifth round. After he survived rounds 5-9, Joshua slowly got his legs back and by the 10th was back in control. Joshua, the unified heavyweight champion of the world at 19-0, rocked Klitschko to start the 11th round and he didn't let the chance to finish it go by. He knocked Klitschko down another two times before the referee stopped the fight to the delight of the 90,000 fans in Wembley Stadium.

April 29, 2017 18:35 UTC

Has Arsene Wenger's time at Arsenal finally run out?

Things have gotten so bad for Arsene Wenger that the embattled Arsenal manager can’t even look to the heavens for help anymore. And for some, Wenger’s future at Arsenal is more important than Britain’s future in the European Union. And this spring things got worse rather than better, with Arsenal losing four consecutive road games for the first time since 1995. We need to think toward next season,” Arsenal midfielder Mesut Ozil told London’s Daily Mail. He’s been successful for many years … and has always managed to get Arsenal to the Champions League, making Arsenal a big club.

April 29, 2017 18:33 UTC

These Guys Really Like Trump

They thought even Mr. Trump might have his price — but luckily, it would be too high for most to afford. In 2016, Mr. Peterson had persuaded his reluctant friend to hear out Mr. Trump, and Mr. Paslow was sold. He gives Mr. Trump credit for buoying the industry by promising to roll back environmental regulations that stifled growth. “Now we’re typists.”If they are adrift in a sea of menace, graft and scorn, Mr. Trump is an anchor. “Trump walked in and asked, what you want — that’s what I’m going to give you,” Mr. Paslow said.

April 29, 2017 18:30 UTC

NFL Network’s Mike Mayock goes bananas over orangutans making draft picks

The NFL draft has zoomed past the point of being simply a major event on the sports calendar. — ProFootballTalk (@ProFootballTalk) April 29, 2017Maybe they haven't been told to zip it. — ProFootballTalk (@ProFootballTalk) April 29, 2017This is entirely silly. It’s not like the fifth round of the NFL draft is some sort of sacred television space. If not an orangutan, it would have been some sub-Goodell NFL functionary no one’s ever heard of making the pick.

April 29, 2017 18:25 UTC

EPA removes climate change information from website

Story highlights EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt has expressed doubt about the reasons for climate changeThe EPA's associate administrator for public affairs said the agency wants "to eliminate confusion by removing outdated language"(CNN) The EPA removed most climate change information from its website Friday, saying in a press release that language on the website is being updated to "reflect the approach of new leadership." EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt has expressed doubt about the reasons for climate change, saying in a CNBC interview in March that he was skeptical of the role carbon dioxide plays. "I think that measuring with precision human activity on the climate is something very challenging to do, and there's tremendous disagreement about the degree of impact," Pruitt said. "So, no, I would not agree that it's a primary contributor to the global warming that we see." Visitors to the website now find most climate change information "is being updated," although the page that addresses climate change in the water sector still reflects a basic assessment that global warming is affecting water and precipitation.

April 29, 2017 18:22 UTC

Democrats argue way back to power is through small towns won by Trump

Earlier this month, Sen. Tim Kaine began the congressional spring break with a trek through Virginia’s southwestern towns and small cities. It helped Barack Obama win two presidential campaigns and gave Democrats a Senate majority for eight years. Some liberal experts argue that white-working class voters in places like Castlewood and small cities across the Rust Belt have abandoned the Democratic Party forever. But four years later, Trump won by more than 23,000 votes, getting 70 percent to just 27 percent for Clinton. But when they do make the occasional stop next year in those rural towns, Democrats hope that there will be residual goodwill from the time spent in the same places this year.

April 29, 2017 18:14 UTC

Cleveland woman points gun at barber over 7-year-old son's haircut

Cleveland police released video of a woman they say pulled a gun on a barber because her 7-year-old son’s haircut was taking too long. I’ll pop you,” the woman is heard telling her son’s barber, a student at the Allstate Barber College, where the incident took place on April 14, Fox 32 Chicago reported on Friday. They say the woman pulled the weapon after complaining several times about how long it was taking to cut her son’s hair. The station reported that the woman put the gun away, got her son after his haircut was finished, and left the shop quickly. You never know the intention she had, if she was really going to shoot, if she was really going to do something.”

April 29, 2017 18:11 UTC

Capitals vs. Penguins Game 2 best and worst: Second period swoon does in Holtby and the Caps — Pittsburgh Penguins (@penguins) April 30, 2017Worst side: Braden Holtby’s glove side. 29 seconds into the second period, the Penguins were whistled for their third penalty of the game. Including games broadcast nationally on NBC, Sunday’s game was the sixth-highest rated first-round Capitals game in the Washington market on record. >> Let’s acknowledge the obvious: There shouldn’t be an upcoming Penguins series. They had the best goal differential in the first period, and the best goal differential in the third period.

April 29, 2017 18:08 UTC

The founder of the disastrous Fyre Festival has a history of overpromising ‘elite’ access

The Fyre Festival was supposed to be a star studded luxury event in the Bahamas. A view of the luxury food court with some luxury school bus transportation at Fyre Festival. What was clear was that, at least in McFarland’s mind, the Fyre Festival was not dead. The reality is, we weren’t experienced enough to keep up.”Warning signs that the Fyre Festival was in trouble emerged long before anyone touched down in the Bahamas. As The Post’s Abby Ohlheiser reported, an anonymous Twitter account called @FyreFraud began calling out festival organizers for disorganization in March.

April 29, 2017 17:39 UTC

Hacker Releases New 'Orange Is The New Black' Episodes After Demanding Ransom

The fifth season of “Orange Is the New Black” isn’t supposed to hit Netflix until June 9, but a hacker who claims to have the entire season has gone through with a threat to release them early. The unidentified hacker or hacking group, operating under the name The Dark Overlord, demanded the streaming service pay an unspecified ransom sum or else the episodes will be leaked. Variety reports that the hacker uploaded the first 10 of 13 episodes to Pirate Bay early Saturday, through multiple media outlets were unable to verify their authenticity. The hacker initially uploaded the supposed first episode, and then on Saturday posted the following message online: “We’ve decided to release Episodes 2-10 of Orange Is The New Black Season 5 after many lengthy discussions at the office where alcohol was present. However, we were so early when we acquired the copies that post hadn’t gotten around to Episodes 11-13.

April 29, 2017 17:37 UTC

Spiritpreneur Ari Squires Empowers Women with 'No More Chains' Documentary

When entrepreneur Ari Squires decided to create a film, she went in the other direction. With this film, Ari Squires joins Hollywood media-makers such as Oprah Winfrey, Shonda Rhimes, Ava DuVernay and Issa Rae who have taken back our stories. In this conversation, we discuss the film and Ari Squires’ journey. Abiola: So then who was Ari Squires, before becoming a speaker, business coach and film producer? As a young woman I was attracted to the fast life and got caught up in the streets.

April 29, 2017 17:37 UTC

I tapped Mel Brook’s phone. Please, Mel, accept my belated apologies.

Having shot a load of 16mm film for a film we called Inciting to Riot we needed a secure facility to cut the stuff. Mel Brooks and his editor were inside finishing up the cut on his second major feature film. The ex-Marine whispered, “Could that be Mel next door?”My ear was glued to the phone. Again, Mel, please accept our very belated collective apologies. Despite the phone being placed back on the cradle I heard every fucking sweet sound in the room.

April 29, 2017 17:31 UTC

How artists are marking Trump's 100th day in office

Story highlights Art exhibits, poetry sessions and dance performances are popping up to mark the 100th day of the Trump administrationTrump-inspired works include jewelry, songs, visual art and limited-edition skateboards(CNN) President Donald Trump's 100th day in office has become, perhaps unintentionally, an inspiration for artists nationwide. Art exhibits, poetry sessions and dance performances are popping up to mark the first three months of the Trump administration, most casting themselves as acts of resistance. "After the election, I had very strong feelings about what was happening, and for a while, I was very frustrated," said Matt Adams, curator of The First 100 Days: Artists Respond , a Houston-based exhibition opening Saturday. When Adams decided to do an art show, he called on artists from "both sides of the aisle" but received no submissions in favor of the President. The First 100 Days: Artists Respond exhibit in Houston"In the exhibit room, I have a 50-foot blank wall that represents the work submitted in support of Trump," he said.

April 29, 2017 17:26 UTC

Russia Says U.S. Missiles In Poland, Romania Would Violate Treaty

MOSCOW (Reuters) - A U.S. deployment of ballistic missile defense systems in Romania and plans to place more defense systems in Poland violate an existing arms treaty, Russia’s foreign ministry said in a statement on Saturday. The United States switched on an $800 million missile shield in Romania nearly a year ago and was planning to create another site in Poland, seeing it as vital to defend itself and Europe from so-called rogue states. In 2016, the Kremlin said it was aimed at blunting its own nuclear arsenal. The foreign ministry said on Saturday the plans violated the Intermediate-Range Nuclear Force Treaty (INFT), signed by Washington and the Soviet Union in late 1980s in an attempt to eliminate nuclear and conventional short-and intermediate range missiles. “The undeniable fact is that this is a gross violation of the INFT obligations,” the ministry said on its website.

April 29, 2017 17:26 UTC

China Deports U.S. Citizen Convicted Of Espionage

SHANGHAI, April 29 (Reuters) - China has deported a U.S. citizen who was convicted of espionage this week after being held without trial for two years, removing a source of friction between Washington and Beijing. Sandy Phan-Gillis was arrested in March 2015 while about to leave mainland China for the Chinese-ruled, former Portuguese colony of Macau. A court on Tuesday ordered her deportation after sentencing her to three-and-a-half years in prison for espionage. “The United States welcomes her home,” said the official, who did not want to be identified by name. This is a day of great celebration for her family and all Texans,” Cruz said in a statement, which applauded the State Department and Trump for securing Phan-Gillis’ release.

April 29, 2017 17:13 UTC

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