Asda Releases Own Version Of Colin The Caterpillar And It’s A 45cm Long

Virtually every British kid's birthday was filled with laughter, balloons (at least once) and a good ole Colin the Caterpillar. For those uninitiated in the Colin world, it's a log of chocolate sponge cake with a mildly terrifying grin on its face. While it's tough to beat the birthday staple from Marks and Spencer, rival…

NDSU Advance to Zion Williamson, No. 1 Duke in Round 1 with Win vs....

John Minchillo/Associated Press The North Dakota State Bison earned the right Wednesday to play Zion Williamson and the Duke Blue Devils in the 2019 NCAA men's basketball tournament. North Dakota State defeated the NC Central Eagles 78-74 in a First Four showdown between the East Region's No. 16 seeds in Dayton, Ohio. The Bison will…

NBA Rumors: Jimmer Fredette to Meet with Suns, Could Sign Contract

Fred Lee/Getty Images Former NCAA Division I men's player of the year Jimmer Fredette, who bounced around the NBA from 2011 to 2016 before joining the Shanghai Sharks of the Chinese Basketball Association, may be returning stateside shortly. John Gambadoro of Arizona Sports 98.7 tweeted that Fredette is meeting with the Phoenix Suns on Thursday…

Your guide to the end of the Mueller probe

The world awaits the final product of special counsel Robert Mueller. | Saul Loeb/AFP/Getty Images Legal Answering, as best we can, your pressing questions: When will the investigation be over? Is anyone else going to be indicted? When's the Mueller report coming out? By DARREN SAMUELSOHN and JOSH GERSTEIN 03/20/2019 06:34 PM EDT Updated 03/20/2019…

Gillum’s ‘red flag’ plan to stop Trump: 1M more Florida voters

“Voter registration is red flag No. 1,” Andrew Gillum told POLITICO. | AP Photo Andrew Gillum announced a plan Wednesday to register and turn-out 1 million new and low-propensity Florida voters in an effort to crush President Donald Trump’s reelection chances in the nation’s largest swing state. “Voter registration is red flag No. 1,” the…

A $90 million “smart” system has totally screwed up these residents’ water bills

JACKSON, Mississippi — Sharon Parker received a water bill for $7,431.92 last month. And in Jackson, where she lives alone, that’s not surprising. Parker is one of more than 20,000 people with delinquent water bills ranging from a few dollars to several thousand. And counterintuitively, a big part of the reason for the high delinquency…