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Dempsey is set for a short-term loan from current MLS club Seattle Sounders
Club hope old boy can revive their season
The Cameroon striker will see his deal at Stamford Bridge expire at the end of the season
The lowdown on all of the teams in Group G
The Big Six: Vintage airstreams, nomadic lifestyles, and hammocks
But the American accused of killing a UK student has no intention of leaving the safety of the US to return to Italy
A look at the latest events and talking points in the NFL
CEO Howard Schultz issues ‘request rather than ban’ to coffee shop patrons
President Obama has called for the minimum wage to rise to $9 an hour - protesting workers want $15 an hour
The 'super smart' teenager's abandoned car was discovered last Wednesday
Annie Musselman first came across the Sarvey Wildlife Care Center by happenstance: on finding a sick pigeon wobbling around her home city of Seattle in the US, she called the emergency services. Moments later, she received a call from a man at Sarvey – 50 miles away – who said he'd be there within the hour.
'In Byron Bay, I walked through lush vegetation straight down to the beach'
One of the wealthiest people in the world is not new to invention and experimentation as the Post deals with the challenges posed by the internet
Where to go and what to know
Not so much vaulted ceilings and soaring towers, the British headquarters that Google means to build just north of Kings Cross Station will be more of a soil-hugging affair. To be made of steel, glass and laminated timber with designs meant to echo the industrial heritage of the area, the building will rise only to 11 storeys at its highest but will stretch 330 metres from end to end. That’s longer that the Shard is tall.
Richard Swanson was attempting to trek 10,000 to promote a charity