Opinion: Schapelle Corby wins over her haters on SAS Australia

SAS Australia is unlike any other reality juggernaut we have seen on Australian TV. There are no prizes, no celebrity judges, no romance and no cooking. There’s also nowhere to hide with cameras capturing the contestants’ sheer exhaustion during humiliating physical and psychological challenges from the SAS selection process designed …

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Cummins shines with bat but Kolkata lose

Australia quick Pat Cummins has proved again how effective he can be with the bat as he smashed an unbeaten half-century for Kolkata Knight Riders in the IPL. Still, the paceman’s effort was not enough to stop the Quinton de Kock-inspired Mumbai Indians racing to a comfortable eight-wicket win with …

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The Future of Hotel Design

At Virgin Hotels in Chicago, Dallas and Nashville, and coming to Las Vegas early next year, the company’s app was made more robust this year to control room lights, temperature and television. Room configurations separate the back bedroom from the dressing room near the hallway with a barn door behind …

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Opinion | How the G.O.P. Can Still Wreck America

And even if Democrats take both the Senate and the White House, they’re now almost certain to face a 6-3 Supreme Court — that is, a court dominated by appointees of an increasingly extremist party that has only won the popular vote for president once in the past three decades. …

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Sen. Sasse Slams Trump, Warning of a ‘Republican Blood Bath’

Senator Ben Sasse, Republican of Nebraska, castigated President Trump in a telephone town hall with constituents on Wednesday, accusing the president of bungling the response to the coronavirus pandemic, cozying up to dictators and white supremacists, and offending voters so broadly that he might cause a “Republican blood bath” in …

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