“You gave a six-year-old boy his Laker dream and I’ll always love you for it,” wrote Bryant in a message on the Player’s Tribune. “But I can’t love you obsessively for much longer. This season is all I have left to give.”
LONDON — Love ‘em or hate ‘em, brussels sprouts are a firm fixture of British Christmas fare. This year, the highly controversial brassica has been super sized, and it’s all thanks to the mild weather we’ve been enjoying.
UK supermarket Morrisons says they’ll be welcoming “monster” sprouts, which are larger than golf balls, this week.
The oversized sprouts measure approximately 40 mm wide and 45 mm long (1.6 inches and 1.8 inches) and weigh 35g each.
UPDATED (1:50 PM PST): Added photos from Bruges-Napoli empty stadium Europa League match
Visiting fans will be banned from all soccer matches played in France through mid-December due to a lack of police forces stemming from the country’s ongoing state of emergency, the French Ministry of the Interior announced Thursday
The historic Leopold Cafe in south Mumbai’s Colaba area has been one of the city’s most iconic restaurants, both for travellers as well as locals. It was also one of the first sites to be targeted during the city-wide terrorist strikes on 26 November, 2008, which predated the recent Paris attacks by seven years.
Microsoft Surface Book is one of the more interesting and innovative pieces of hardware to come out of the Redmond technology giant in at least a decade. It’s also, apparently, one of the least repairable devices you can buy.
The U.S. Government remains open for business — for the time being.
Just hours before a midnight deadline, a bitterly divided Congress approved a stopgap spending bill Wednesday to keep the federal government open — but with no assurance there won’t be yet another shutdown showdown in December.
A divided House voted Friday to block Planned Parenthood’s federal funds for a year, as Republican leaders labored to keep GOP outrage over abortion from spiraling into an impasse with President Barack Obama that could shut down the government.
The House used a nearly party-line 241-187 vote to clear the legislation, which stands little chance of enactment. Senate Democrats have enough votes to block it, and for good measure the White House has promised a veto.