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Beyonce to donate $100,000 for scholarships at black colleges

On the back of wide praise for her two-hour performance at the Coachella music festival, Beyonce on Monday said she was offering $100,000 in scholarship money to students at four historically black colleges and universities.


Chinese worker killed in mishap at Bataan power plant

A Chinese worker of a coal-fired power plant operated by the GN Power Corp. was killed by a steel beam that accidentally fell on his back on Wednesday in Bataan, police said.

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Dark Political Cartoons Show How Technology Is Our New Master

Pawel Kuczynski’s drawing has resonated with millions who are starting to feel Poké-fatigue.


Danao all set for 2nd Xterra Triathlon

From the swim leg to the punishing fire roads and rocky terrain in the bike part and the closing trail run, everything is set for the XTERRA Off-Road Triathlon Asia-Pacific Championship unfolding Sunday in Danao, Cebu. The host city is putting its best foot forward again, vowing no less than surpassing its first staging of […]

The post Danao all set for 2nd Xterra Triathlon appeared first on The Manila Times Online.


Belingon eyes title rematch vs Brazilian
Filipino mixed martial artist Kevin Belingon hopes to get another title shot and a rematch with Brazilian champion Bibiano Fernandes as he aims for a fifth straight win when he meets American Andrew Leone tomorrow in the One: Heroes of Honor at the Mall of Asia (MOA) Arena in Pasay City.


‘Low-key but stern’ PNP chief Albayalde vows to continue fight vs drugs

‘Low-key but stern’ PNP chief Albayalde vows to continue fight vs drugs

Newly-installed Philippine National Police (PNP) chief Dir. Gen. Oscar D. Albayalde vowed on Thursday to intensify the fight against illegal drugs and erring policemen, noting he would continue his “low-key but stern” kind of leadership.

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Vice News

Dark Political Cartoons Show How Technology Is Our New Master

Pawel Kuczynski’s drawing has resonated with millions who are starting to feel Poké-fatigue.


These Celebrity Photos from the Early 2000s Are Proof You’re Getting Old

Highlights from the early years of the Tribeca Film Festival include Frances McDormand in a bucket hat and Tom Cruise climbing an SUV.


Sony Isn’t Thrilled About This ‘Breaking Bad’-Inspired Beer

The company argues that the award-winning “Breaking Bud” IPA ripped the show’s branding and logo.


Immigration

Living the Canadian dream: 11 dos and don’ts
  To most immigrants, arriving in Canada is a dream. While some are lucky to have a prior job waiting or have relatives or friends to stay with, others are not so fortunate. They may have to start on their own and find their own path. Living in Canada can pose many challenges especially if […]


Introducing CanadaVisa Study Hub webinars

The CanadaVisa Study Hub team is excited to launch a new webinar series available exclusively to Study Hub members. The Study Hub webinars will cover a variety of topics relevant to prospective and current international students in Canada. The sessions will be hosted by Attorney Kara Crudo at the Campbell, Cohen Canadian immigration law firm. […]


Top questions the Canada Revenue Agency gets at tax time
It’s tax season, which means Canadians are busy getting ready to file their income tax returns. It’s not always an easy process and it raises a lot of questions, especially for new Canadians. Here are the top questions the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) gets asked each tax season. Do I need to do my taxes? Doing your […]


Sports

How draft analysts view the top FCS prospects
(STATS) – If NFL draft analysts agree on one thing – and sometimes it’s only one thing – South Dakota State tight end Dallas Goedert will be the first FCS player selected in this year’s draft.


How draft analysts view the top FCS prospects
(STATS) – If NFL draft analysts agree on one thing – and sometimes it’s only one thing – South Dakota State tight end Dallas Goedert will be the first FCS player selected in this year’s draft.


Sporting KC looks for additional offense when facing Vancouver Whitecaps

Sporting KC-Vancouver Whitecaps


FIFA closes case of alleged racism in U17 World Cup final
ZURICH (AP) FIFA closed a racism investigation Thursday that involved a Spain player and an England opponent from the Under-17 World Cup final.


Sharks ride depth, Jones to first-round sweep of Ducks

SAN JOSE, Calif. (AP) Very little separated San Jose and Anaheim in the regular season, with the Ducks edging out the Sharks by one point for second place in the Pacific Division.


Sharks ride depth, Jones to first-round sweep of Ducks

SAN JOSE, Calif. (AP) Very little separated San Jose and Anaheim in the regular season, with the Ducks edging out the Sharks by one point for second place in the Pacific Division.