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WATCH: ‘Game of Thrones’ star Emilia Clarke plays FBI murder victim in ‘Above Suspicion’

WATCH: ‘Game of Thrones’ star Emilia Clarke plays FBI murder victim in ‘Above Suspicion’

Entertainment
April 1 (UPI) -- Lionsgate released the trailer for the upcoming movie Above Suspicion Thursday. Emilia Clarke plays Susan Smith in the true story of an FBI Informant murdered by an agent. The trailer shows Susan aiding and abetting her husband (Karl Glusman) robbing a bank. FBI Agent Mark Putnam (Jack Huston) offers Susan a deal to inform on the bank robbery gang. Advertisement Putnam promises to keep Susan's husband out of prison, and help relocate her and her children. Their arrangements leads to a successful bust at first. Susan begins an affair with Putnam. Their situation gets further complicated when Susan becomes pregnant with Putnam's child. The real-life Putnam was released from prison in 2000 after serving 10 years of a 16 year sentence for the murder of Susan. He is the first...
Manchester United 3-1 Newcastle United: Marcus Rashford plays key role in home win

Manchester United 3-1 Newcastle United: Marcus Rashford plays key role in home win

Sports
Marcus Rashford played a key role in a win over struggling Newcastle as Manchester United returned to second place in the Premier League.The England striker helped the hosts overcome a stuttering start when he lashed in an 18th goal of the season by beating Karl Darlow at the near post after 30 minutes. Allan Saint-Maximin then scored a deserved equaliser with his first goal since coming back from a two-month absence caused by coronavirus symptoms, slamming in after Harry Maguire failed to clear. The Newcastle winger then threatened again early in the second half, but the game turned after 57 minutes when Daniel James re-established the lead.That led to the visitors' confidence draining away, with Rashford then earning a penalty as he drew a foul from Joe Willock before Bruno Fernandes kno...
Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp plays down concerns over Mohamed Salah

Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp plays down concerns over Mohamed Salah

Sports
Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp has played down speculation forward Mohamed Salah is unhappy at the club. The 28-year-old Egypt international also refused to rule out a move to Real Madrid or Barcelona."Mo is in a good mood, a good moment and really good shape - that's the most important thing for me," said Klopp."We did not have pictures [from the training ground] this morning but if we did you would have seen him laughing a lot."All the rest is nice for you [the media] to write about but, internally, nothing really."Following the publication of the interview with Salah, he came off the bench and scored twice in a 7-0 league win at Crystal Palace.It took his tally to 13 top-flight goals this season and helped make sure Liverpool, who host West Brom on Sunday, were top at Christmas for a th...

These travel plays may boost your portfolio – with one major exception

Finance
IHT Wealth Management's Yussef Gheriani believes now is a good time to consider adding travel plays to portfolios.Between cabin fever related to the pandemic and optimism surrounding effective coronavirus treatments, Gheriani speculates bookings will start meaningfully rising within the next couple of months."People are going to be sitting down at home saying 'Okay, it's snowy outside. I want to get out. I need to get somewhere. I need to do something.' And, they're going to start booking those trips," the firm's director of investments told CNBC's "Trading Nation" on Friday. "As an investor, you want to be positioned ahead of the company even starting to get the bookings."According to Gheriani, most travelers will look to book trips for late spring and the second half of next year —
Sir Jim Ratcliffe: Britain’s richest man plays down Premier League move

Sir Jim Ratcliffe: Britain’s richest man plays down Premier League move

Sports
Media playback is not supported on this device Britain's richest man Sir Jim Ratcliffe says he has no plans to invest in a Premier League team and believes he has "enough on his plate" with his existing sports portfolio, which expanded today into Formula 1.The billionaire's petrochemicals firm Ineos has signed a five-year partnership with Mercedes and says the company now has "quite enough challenges".Ratcliffe has been linked with a bid to buy Chelsea but considers the valuations of top-flight English clubs to be "a bit silly" and appears content with focusing on French Ligue 1 side Nic...