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February 1, 2016 5:12 PM Volatile times–but lots of opportunities–in the year of the wily Fire Monkey

AS THE year of the Fire Monkey starts on Feb. 8, the Philippines will maintain its good luck cycle, basking in fame and fortune. “The Filipinos are talented. They will continue to bring honor to the country,” says feng shui master Marites Allen. Looking at the Four Pillars chart, a reading on fate, character and luck in relation to the elements, Allen 8

February 1, 2016 12:55 PM ‘World’s best chef’ Benoit Violier found dead after apparent suicide, Michelin crowns Paris hotels

France’s Michelin guide gave the country’s most famous chef a much-prized third star and stripped him of another on Monday as the restaurant world reeled after the apparent suicide of the “world’s best chef” Benoit Violier. Alain Ducasse, 59, picked up the highest rating for his restaurant at Paris’ swish Plaza Athenee hotel while he lost a star for another 7

January 31, 2016 6:16 PM Saturday Night With Bernie, Politician Turned Internet Icon

We’re on the road this week in Iowa, documenting the run-up to the Iowa Caucuses on February 1 and how technology and innovation are changing longstanding traditions in American politics. It’s ok to say “fuck” at a Bernie Sanders rally. But it’s better if you sing it, like Jill Sobule did on stage at Sanders’ indie-star-studded rally at the University 6

January 31, 2016 2:40 AM Australian Open: Angelique Kerber dives into Yarra river to celebrate defeating Serena Williams in final

Angelique Kerber has celebrated her stunning Australian Open final victory over Serena Williams by taking a swim in the Yarra river next to Rod Laver Arena. Kerber, who also sprayed champagne and posed with the trophy at Melbourne's Government House on Sunday, took the chilly plunge along with members of her team. The stunt has echoes of Jim Courier's 9

January 30, 2016 4:15 PM Yep, A 'Gilmore Girls' Revival Is Happening On Netflix

The revival, apparently called "Gilmore Girls: Seasons" will be four, 90-minute episodes, according to TV Line. All of your cast favorites -- Lauren Graham, Alexis Bledel, Scott Patterson, Kelly Bishop, Sean Gunn and Keiko Agena -- will be back! PREVIOUSLY: Mrs. Kim would be piiiiiiiised if she found out Lane was giving hints about Netflix's "Gilmore 11

January 29, 2016 4:06 AM Check out the trailer for ‘Trolls’

20TH Century Fox UK has posted a trailer for the upcoming DreamWorks Animation Trolls film. The upcoming film is a musical adventure comedy involving the iconic Trolls with their signature colorful, wild and magical hair. They are happy singing creatures but their world is changed in the film when their leader Poppy (Anna Kendrick) is forced to embark 8

January 29, 2016 12:13 AM Chapman To-urs Menara Star

PETALING JAYA: It isn’t very often that we get a famous Hong Kong star visiting our premises, so Chapman To caused quite a stir when he dropped in at Menara Star yesterday afternoon to wish media friends a Happy Chinese New Year. Movie fans quickly queued up for snapshots with the affable actor-turned-director, who is in Malaysia to launch his upcoming 10

January 26, 2016 7:42 AM [With Vid] Astronauts' Toilet Business Explained

You might have wondered how astronauts do their toilet business while floating in space in zero gravity. Well, your question is answered in a video by the first British astronaut in space since 1991, Tim Peake. In the video, he said that "it really is quite simple" and demonstrated that astronauts would need to uncap a long tube and turn on the fan before 27

January 22, 2016 2:19 AM Adele's 'Hello' fastest to reach 1 billion views on YouTube

Adele has outpaced the South Korean pop star on the race to 1 billion views on YouTube. The streaming service announced on Thursday that her music video for Hello greeted its 1 billionth view in 87 days, breaking the 158-day record held by Psy’s Gangnam Style. “If anyone deserves it, it’s Adele and that song,” said Susanne Daniels, the head of original 15

January 22, 2016 1:25 AM Predicting planets: The highs and lows

PARIS: In the mid-19th century, astronomers hypothesised an extra planet in our solar system, orbiting between the Sun and Mercury. Without ever seeing it, they calculated its orbit and named it Vulcan – the only explanation, they thought, for small deviations in Mercury’s own orbit. But decades of searching yielded no proof, and finally in 1915, Albert 26