John Newcombe is one of the greatest Aussie tennis players of all time. He reflects on his formative years. Read more here: For more from ABC News, click here: Follow us on Twitter: Like us on Facebook: Subscribe to us on YouTube: Follow us on Instagram:
The wildfires in California saw many people flee their homes and drive off as the inferno raged around them. So how do escape a blaze? Inside Edition spoke to Assistant Chief Mike Uttaro of the Nassau County Fire Department on New York's Long Island. "Don’t stick around until it is too late. Fires double and triple in size rapidly and the fires they are experiencing on the West Coast are ferocious," he said.
RANDY sex-bot enthusiasts will soon be able to bonk dirty droids at the world’s first “consent-focused” robot brothel. A funding campaign for the US outlet will even let punters pay $10,000 to claim the virginity of a sex robot. The brothel will be named Eve’s Robot Dreams, and will focus on guests building relationships with the sex robots. Of course, it will inevitably lead to a bot-bonking session whether the robot consents or not, we’d imagine. “Guests can visit in the futuristic cafe where they can get to know the world’s first companion robots,” the campaign explains. “After they have met, guests have the option to spend time with their favourite robot in a private room.” The brothel will be occupied by Realbotix sex robots. Realbotix is a spin-off of Californian sex doll gian
Australia's most famous teacher Eddie Woo shares some heartfelt life advice to inspire students. For more from ABC News, click here: Follow us on Twitter: Like us on Facebook: Subscribe to us on YouTube: Follow us on Instagram:
Sometimes life gets in the way of your plans and you need to think on the fly. If you are having guests over for dinner and forgot to chill the white wine, don’t panic. Lifestyle expert Barbara Majeski says you can wrap the bottle in a moist paper towel and put it in the freezer for five minutes. If you had pizza at the dinner party and want to eat leftovers the next day, she says to put the slice in the microwave with a glass of water for 30 seconds and it will come out tasting fresh.
There is a staggering amount of money up for grabs in two national lotteries: $2.2 billion and counting. The Mega Millions jackpot is up to $1.6 billion, the largest in U.S. history. The drawing is Tuesday night. The Powerball top prize has climbed to $620 million. That drawing takes place on Wednesday. Lines to buy tickets are stretching out the doors of some retailers. Gordon Medenica is the head of Mega Millions and says 95 percent of tickets purchased are computer-generated quick picks.
As the Mega Millions jackpot approaches $1 billion, one expert has some advice for lottery winners. Attorney Jason Kurland says the first thing winners should do is “stay quiet,” adding, “You don’t need people knocking on your door” before you even have the money. Kurland also recommends making sure you sign your winning ticket right away. “God forbid you lose it, and someone else signs it and brings it in, it’s their ticket.”
It’s the slaying shocking America: Wendy Martinez got engaged just a week ago. Her friends spoke out today, near the spot where she was stabbed to death while jogging in Washington, D.C. The accused killer, who was caught on surveillance video, was arrested Wednesday night and identified as 23-year-old Anthony Crawford. Inside Edition Security Expert Steve Kardian says it's possible to spot a potential attacker before he strikes by looking for pre-indications.
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nHere are my top tips for staying calm in the run-up to A-level and GCSE results days! I also offer advice on what to do if you smash your exams, if you're a little disappointed, or if you do much worse than you had hoped... All based on my experiences :) Basically, whatever happens, know that everything will be okay. If it's A-level results day for you, no matter what university you go to, you will have the opportunity to stretch yourself academically, play sport, music, act on stage, debate, and make amazing friends in clubs with disgustingly sticky floors... So be happy and know that what will be will be! And equally, if it's GCSE results day, no matter what your next step involves, from retakes, to apprenticeships, to college, to continuing with school, every little ting, is gunna b...