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France coach Jacques Brunel has made no fewer than 11 changes from the side that defeated USA 33-9 on Wednesday. Baptiste Serin is at scrum-half, Romain Ntamack at fly-half, and prop Jefferson Poirot is captain. Just the two changes for Tonga, with Cooper Vuna replacing Viliami Lolohea on the wing and Ma’afu Fia replacing Ben …

The skinhead with crazy eyes opens a concealed hatch in the floor to reveal a chilling sight: stark concrete steps leading to an empty basement, bare walled, dimly lit. The kind you see on the news. It’s not that I expected Aaron Paul to live in a trailer, cooking meth in his underpants, but this …

On a Saturday in which the top two teams in the AP and coaches’ polls didn’t play, the other College Football Playoff contenders behind Alabama and Clemson held serve without much drama. Georgia, LSU, Notre Dame, Ohio State, Oklahoma and Wisconsin each won by 24 points or more. Florida made the biggest statement of Week …

A better lending experience starts at the outset with exploring the borrower’s situation In the realm of home-financing technology, the market has become saturated with front-end mortgage-application systems that primarily capture only data — and can be replicated across a swath of competitors. To truly bring the industry on the right side of the …

Studies show that over 50 percent of men have an instance of erectile dysfunction in their lifetime. Over 20 percent of men suffer from Peyronie’s disease, which causes a painful curve in the penis. More than 30 percent of men are unhappy with the size of their penis. If only there was a way to …

It ain’t easy being green — unless you’re Taylor Swift playing a technicolor piano on Saturday Night Live. No stranger to the SNL stage, Swift — who made her first appearance on the late night mainstay in 2009, and returned for her fifth round on Saturday (Oct. 5) — opted for a simple yet stunning starter. From her …

Major sports events tend to follow the same, inviolable narrative. In the build-up, the projections are universally doom-laden. Media reports focus on the dubious circumstances under which the host city was awarded the prize (the process, whichever sport we’re discussing, is always dubious). There are invariably problems with the stadiums, which are either behind schedule …

A rare bird of prey which was once close to extinction has more than doubled in number in eight years in a national park. There were 20 goshawk breeding pairs recorded in 2011 in Hampshire, but Forestry England says there are now 40 pairs living in the New Forest alone. The woodland raptors are nicknamed …

As college football teams get into the heart of conference play, we start to find out who’s for real and who’s not. In Week 6, there were a few games involving top-25 teams that taught us a lot — or, in some cases, confirmed what had been the case for some time. Games like Auburn-Florida …

The fire broke out in the middle of the afternoon at Lacoma Golf Club. In the ensuing hours, the blaze ripped through the clubhouse at the course in East Dubuque, Ill., and two firefighters suffered minor injuries. It was the kind of major, breaking-news event that would warrant being on the front page of the …