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Pink seriously divides fans with controversial Super Bowl move

Pink seriously divides fans with controversial Super Bowl move

Entertainment
The sporting phenomenon pulls in a global audience of hundreds of millions of people.For the first time in histroy The Philadelphia Eagles won the NFL Super Bowl championship beating The New England Patriots with a final score of 41-33. This year, Justin Timberlake, 37, followed in Lady Gaga's footsteps to play the famous half time show.While there was no Janet Jackson boob exposé like Justin's infamous 2004 performance, the evening didn't quite go off without a hitch.However, this time around the controversy came from Pink, 38, who decided to spit out her chewing gum live on air.GETTYNIP-SLIP FREE: Justin Timberlake didn't invite Janet Jackson to perform with him again Super Bowl 2018: Justin Timberlake's Halftime performance Justin Timberlake's 2018 Super Bowl Halftime Show in
FBI has 'grave concerns' about controversial Republican memo

FBI has 'grave concerns' about controversial Republican memo

World
The FBI has publicly challenged a push by Republican lawmakers to release a controversial memo which purports to show anti-Trump bias at the agency."We have grave concerns about the material omissions of fact that fundamentally impact the memo's accuracy," the FBI said in a statement.A top Trump aide said on Wednesday they would release the top secret document "pretty quick", despite the objections. Democrats claim the memo is an attempt to discredit the FBI-led Russia probe."It will be released here pretty quick, I think, and the whole world can see it," White House chief of staff John Kelly said during an interview with Fox News Radio on Wednesday morning.Hours later, the FBI issued a rare statement saying that it had had "limited opportunity" to review the document before the House Inte...
This Is the Controversial Ingredient Inside the New Diet Coke Flavors

This Is the Controversial Ingredient Inside the New Diet Coke Flavors

Health
The artificial sweetener will be included in Coca-Cola’s new Diet Coke flavored varieties. When Coca-Cola’s new Diet Coke flavors hit store shelves in mid-January, serious soda aficionados may notice a new ingredient on the product’s label—acesulfame potassium, or Ace-K.The artificial sweetener will be included in Coca-Cola’s new Diet Coke in ginger lime, feisty cherry, twisted mango, and zesty blood orange varieties. The company’s relaunched regular Diet Coke, which will now be sold in a taller and skinnier can, will continue to be made with aspartame as the sole sweetener.Ace-K, like aspartame, is what’s known as a high-intensity sweetener: It’s 200 times sweeter than sugar, meaning a very small amount is needed to reach the same level of sweetness as sucrose.
Police probing controversial RBS division

Police probing controversial RBS division

Business
Police in Scotland are looking into allegations a controversial division of Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS), set up to restore struggling companies to health, broke the law in its dealings with them.More than 90% of the firms put into RBS' Global Restructuring Group (GRG), established after the financial crisis, are understood to have suffered "inappropriate action" against them by the bank, according to a Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) report leaked in August.Police Scotland says it is a scoping exercise that has been under way for several months, rather than an investigation, but they are assessing the allegations for criminality.In a statement, the force said: "Police Scotland can confirm that they have received reports regarding The Royal Bank of Scotland and that enquiries are ongoing...
Golovkin v Alvarez ends in controversial draw

Golovkin v Alvarez ends in controversial draw

Sports
Gennady Golovkin's world middleweight title fight with Saul 'Canelo' Alvarez ended in a controversial draw.After a closely fought bout in Las Vegas, one judge scored it 118-110 for Alvarez, another 115-113 for Golovkin and the third a 114-114 draw.There were boos when the decision was announced at the T-Mobile Arena, and both boxers shook their heads. Kazakh Golovkin, 35, retains his WBA, WBC and IBF titles and remains unbeaten in 38 fights.His Mexican opponent, 27, started and finished an absorbing fight the stronger, and also produced some of the more eye-catching shots. Golovkin, though, landed more punches and had the better of the middle rounds.Judge Adalaide Byrd had Alvarez as a clear winner, Dave Moretti scored the bout for Golovkin and Dan Trella had the fighters level.Alvarez's r...