Published: Sep 29, 2020
An 8-month-old baby. An undocumented tennis instructor. A homeless man. A fluffy cat famous for his jaunty mustache. Doug the Pug. A Donald Trump impersonator. Trump's personal housekeeper. And possibly every taxi driver, hairdresser, dishwasher and American salaried stiff. All of them - most of us - have paid more into the U.S. tax system than (the real) President Trump.
Published: Mar 19, 2020
The headline-thirsty Costa Rican sports-betting website Bovada is known for splashy prop bets, including wagers on that scrambling black cat making a return appearance at a New York Giants game (+800) and Antonio Brown getting arrested in 2020 (+300).
Published: Jan 16, 2019
Fresh from helping her Bangkok Thonburi University team to win a silver at the University Games, Thai No 1 Ratchanok Intanon showed no sign of exhaustion as she ousted rising star Gregoria Mariska Tunjung of Indonesia in the Malaysian Masters first round on Wednesday.
Published: May 21, 2018
Security concerns have given a new headache to organisers of the upcoming Asian Games in Jakarta and Palembang following a spate of terror attacks in a number of cities across Indonesia. The organisers plan to implement stringent security measures to ensure the safety of thousands of athletes turning up for the sporting event and those attending the Games.
Published: Feb 07, 2018
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said on January 24 that he would attend the opening ceremony of 2018 Winter Olympic Games at Pyeongchang in South Korea tomorrow. It was a hard decision for Abe to make, because many in Japan were strongly against the prime minister attending the Winter Games in South Korea.
Published: Sep 04, 2017
The Akha hill-tribe community of Ban Romklao Charoensuk (Moo 13) in Tak's Phob Phra district hosted a traditional ritual on Sunday evening in welcome home Bunchuai Sombatraksa, who won a bronze medal playing in the national cricket team at the Southeast Asian Games in Kuala Lumpur.