Adil Rashid makes history in England’s crushing Second Test win over India… by not bowling, not batting, not taking a catch or making a run-out

Adil Rashid makes history in England’s crushing Second Test win over India… by not bowling, not batting, not taking a catch or making a run-out

You could certainly have been forgiven for not realising the Yorkshire leg-spinner was even playing in the Lord's Test, even though he still picked up his £15,000 match fee. Rashid was a controversial inclusion in the squad for the first two matches,…

History made at Lord’s as rain prevents play on day one

History made at Lord’s as rain prevents play on day one

Lord's has suffered its first washout in 17 years as rain prevented any play between England and India on day one of the second Test. Bad weather set in and never cleared, allowing no opportunity even for the toss and announcement of…

Shocked Marvin Humes learns his black ancestor was a slave OWNER in Jamaica while exploring family history on Who Do You Think You Are?

Shocked Marvin Humes learns his black ancestor was a slave OWNER in Jamaica while exploring family history on Who Do You Think You Are?

The JLS singer's four times great grandfather on his dad's side, John Brown Williams, owned two slaves in Jamaica, the BBC show revealed.     The 33-year-old, who's married to Saturdays singer Rochelle, said he expected to find links to slavery in…

You Can Now Buy Beyonce’s HBCU Coachella Sweatshirt

You Can Now Buy Beyonce’s HBCU Coachella Sweatshirt

Beyoncé made history in 2018 when she became the first black woman to headline Coachella, and and when you consider the iconic women that were skipped over the years — from Janet Jackson, to Lauryn Hill, to Erykah Badu, just to name…

Rule trials aren't new as footy loses sense of history

Rule trials aren't new as footy loses sense of history

As the competition committee contemplates nine potential alterations to the game to improve it as a spectacle, the "don't touch the game" advocates have been finding voice. However football's history undermines the broad sweep of their argument, as change has always been…

Ancient DNA reveals new clues on genetic history of Southeast Asia

Ancient DNA reveals new clues on genetic history of Southeast Asia

Groundbreaking study using DNA from 8,000-year-old skeletons reveals modern Southeast Asians descend from FOUR different ancient populations Researchers took DNA from 26 ancient samples, some dating back 8,000 years Skeletons from Malaysia, Thailand, Philippines, Vietnam, Indonesia, Laos, Japan Study found Hòabìnhian hunter-gatherers mingled…

Stonehenge Mystery Solved, Scientists Claim: Giant Stones Moved On Ancient 'Highway' From Wales To Salisbury

Stonehenge Mystery Solved, Scientists Claim: Giant Stones Moved On Ancient 'Highway' From Wales To Salisbury

The controversy over how the giant stones of Stonehenge were moved to the Salisbury plain is now over, a new study claims — but is it, really? Thousands of modern-day pagans, Wiccans, history buffs, and just plain tourists gathered on England’s Salisbury…

‘Six’ Canceled at History After Two Seasons

History has canceled the military drama “Six” after two seasons, Variety has confirmed. The scripted series followed members of the elite Navy SEAL Team Six. In the second season, the team is on a mission to destroy the terrorist network responsible for the shooting…

‘Priceless’ Revolutionary War medal goes on display

‘Priceless’ Revolutionary War medal goes on display

“The value of the medal is not only in its extreme rarity, but in its cultural and historical significance to the founding principles of the United States of America,” said Beth Hill, Fort Ticonderoga President and CEO, in a statement. Hill added…

Bizarre Stonehenge Controversy: Man Vs. Nature — Scientists Dispute 'Glacier' Theory Of Bluestones' Journey

Bizarre Stonehenge Controversy: Man Vs. Nature — Scientists Dispute 'Glacier' Theory Of Bluestones' Journey

Claim that glaciers, not ancient humans, carried massive Stonehenge stones from Wales more than 100 miles to Salisbury Plain thousands of years ago comes under attack. As The Inquisitr reported last week, a new book offering a dissenting theory about how the…

Political messages aplenty as Janet Jackson makes Billboard history

Political messages aplenty as Janet Jackson makes Billboard history

Janet Jackson has become the first woman of colour to win Billboard's prestigious Music Icon award. On Monday, the legendary singer-songwriter used her award speech to say she stands with all women who have been "manipulated or abused". Janet Jackson performing at…

A-League finals to the rescue with a place in history up for grabs

A-League finals to the rescue with a place in history up for grabs

By common consent this has been a lacklustre soccer season. Crowds have been soft, television ratings have fallen, marketing for the A-League – right from the low-key ''community launch'' at Port Melbourne last spring – has been virtually non-existent. Rows over the future…

Spargo family makes history in Charlie's impressive Demons debut

Spargo family makes history in Charlie's impressive Demons debut

Melbourne debutant Charlie Spargo created VFL/AFL history on Sunday when he ran out for the Demons. His debut meant the Spargo family was the first to produce four league footballers – in a direct line – through four succesive generations. Other families…

Jets' Topor-Stanley out to rewrite history

Jets' Topor-Stanley out to rewrite history

If ever a player had unfinished A-League business, it's Nikolai Topor-Stanley. Three times, the central defender played in the grand final for Western Sydney and, on each occasion, he walked away on the losing end. “I’m not getting ahead of myself either….

Wembley sold: From the White Horse Final and World Cup 1966 to Live Aid and the NFL… the incredible history of the famous stadium from 1923 to 2018

Wembley sold: From the White Horse Final and World Cup 1966 to Live Aid and the NFL… the incredible history of the famous stadium from 1923 to 2018

From 1923 to 2018, spanning two centuries, three different names and two completely different stadiums, the iconic, home of football now belongs to Shahid Khan. The Pakistani-American billionaire has bought a huge chunk of history in doing so. Khan now plans to…

Why we’re forgetting the Holocaust

Why we’re forgetting the Holocaust

A scary new survey released on Holocaust Remembrance Day purported to show that Americans are forgetting the atrocities of the Holocaust. What it really showed, however, was that Americans don’t learn enough to forget in the first place. The poll, conducted by…

Scientists have figured out why we have eyebrows

Scientists have figured out why we have eyebrows

When we look back at the fossilized remains of our human ancestors it’s easy to see the resemblance. The prehistoric peoples that roamed the Earth hundreds of millions of years ago were similar in body composition to modern humans, but there are…