While holdouts during training camp are frequent, players usually fold or a deal gets done before games begin. Chancellor has thus far been the boldest player, forfeiting $267,000 for each game he holds
That's $4.4 million more than he bought it for when he joined the Miami Heat in 2010. It was originally priced at $17 million when it went on the market last October. It was later reduced to $15 million
For hundreds of years, members of the travelers community in the United Kingdom have gathered by the thousands in Appleby-in-Westmorland, in Northern England, to sell and trade horses and celebrate as
Hundreds of children have been systematically raped, beaten and sex trafficked in a northern English town for more than 12 years. And it is still going on, a government commissioned report says. The "appalling"
Another day, another lawsuit over Gordon Ramsay's now-shuttered Los Angeles restaurant the Fat Cow. TMZ reports Ramsay has been named in a $6 million lawsuit filed by his former Fat Cow landlord, who Ramsay
Chef Jacques Pépin, well-respected cookbook author and long-time television personality, wrote an article for The Daily Meal today in which he expressed some very honest feelings about reality television-style
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Lend your breakfast some firepower This time of year, there are few happier places to be than standing beside your grill. This recipe gives you yet another excuse to enjoy that happy place. Yes, grilled
Every week, Caroline Wright creates simple, civilized recipes for Food52 that feed four -- for under $20, in under 20 minutes. Today: A fresh and satisfying bowl of garlicky vegetables and noodles, easily
A scientific, passionate, obsessive ode to the perfect food. We ask so little of our hamburger chains. Really. The bar is low indeed, and it gets lower every year as beef gets nastier and eateries discover
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Last year, Samsung tried something a little kooky: it made a mash-up of a middling smartphone and a solid point-and-shoot camera (you know, the kind smartphones have nearly driven to extinction). The chimaera
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John Kerry called the mass kidnapping “an unconscionable crime”, while the Nigerian president met through the night with security chiefs ahead of an expected rescue operation America will do “everything
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