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    LOVE Island fans have predicted that the show is set to lose a HUGE couple as the public have their say in voting who stays. Last night, viewers at home were invited to vote who they wanted to SAVE from the latest round of dumpings, set to shake the villa. 2Viewers think an original couple could be waving goodbye tonightCredit: Eroteme 2Fans have been calling for Luca and Gemma to be voted outCredit: Eroteme Love Island is now slowly whittling its way down to its final couples ahead of the show's finale on ITV2 on Monday night. Monday night's episode invited fans to have their say by voting for the couple they were keen to see stick around in the competition. It's left fans convinced that one of the original couples could be waving goodbye due to a lack of popularity. Luca Bish has seen his popularity amongst viewers dip after an epic row over the Movie Night footage in episodes last week. Now fans think that he and his partner Gemma Owen could...
    BORIS Johnson has SURVIVED tonight's crucial leadership vote but emerges badly bruised after suffering a meaty rebellion. The PM was spared being evicted in a brutal mutiny by a slim majority of 211 to 148 Tory MPs chose to stick with him this evening. 2Boris Johnson has survived tonight's leadership voteCredit: AP:Associated Press 2Sir Graham Brady announces the results tonight However the scale of the revolt still leaves him wounded and will likely keep speculation swirling he could throw in the towel. His 59 per cent support margin is much worse than Theresa May achieved just months before she fell on her sword. One senior Tory told the Sun: "That is a catastrophic result for Boris." But ahead of tonight's secret ballot allies insisted that winning by even a single vote would be chalked up as a victory. Cabinet ally Nadhim Zahawi insisted: "This was a ballot - the Prime Minster won handsomely." Current party rules mean Mr Johnson is safe from a fresh challenge for another year, although there has been suggestion this could change. Mr Johnson and...
    CBS The final three on 'Celebrity Big Brother' — Miesha Tate, Todrick Hall, and Cynthia Bailey. The season finale of the third season of “Celebrity Big Brother” airs tonight, February 23, at 8 p.m. Eastern time on CBS and Paramount Plus. The final three houseguests — Todrick Hall, Miesha Tate, and Cynthia Bailey — will battle it out in the final Head of Household competition of the season. Whoever wins gets to choose who to take with them to the final two. The jury of eight houseguests will cast their votes live for the winner of “Celebrity Big Brother.” Since Chris Kattan is no longer eligible to vote, America will cast a vote in the event of a tie. How will the jury vote tonight and who will win the $250,000 prize? Plus, who did America vote to crown America’s Favorite Player? Stay tuned to find out. This article will be updated with the winner of “Celebrity Big Brother” and other details as the episode airs.  READ NEXT: Lamar Odom Says Todrick Hall Needs to Be More Humble...
    THE Oscars 2020 are TONIGHT (February 9, 2020) and movie goers can't wait to see who will take home one of those coveted statues. We take you through how the voting for the prestigious Academy Awards works. 2 Get ready for the 2020 OscarsCredit: EPA Who votes for the Oscar winners? The votes are cast by The American Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences. The Academy is made up of 8,000 individuals who are described as “accomplished men and women working in cinema". The group is composed of actors, producers, directors, writers and all kinds of other high-ranking members of the film industry. The identity of the members is a closely guarded secret. 2 Everyone in the movie biz wants one of the coveted Oscar statuesCredit: Getty Images - Getty How does the voting system for the Oscars work? Members of the Academy can only vote within their own field in the first round of voting. In other words, members who are actors can only vote for actors, directors can only vote for directors, producers only for producers, and...
    NBC The coaches of "The Voice" Tonight, the results for the Semi-Final performances of “The Voice” will air on NBC. Now that the shows are live and fans are weighing in on who advances, Instant Save voting has come into play. How does it work? During tonight’s show, an announcement will be made that Instant Save voting is open. If you’re on the East Coast, simply use “The Voice” official app or this online link, and you will have the opportunity to save one contestant. That contestant will then advance to the next and final round. Those on the West Coast or in any other time zone need to go to the show’s Twitter to find out when the Instant Save is at play (since they won’t be able to watch the show live for the announcement). Unlike previous years, you cannot vote for your Instant Save by Tweeting. You will still need to go to the app or use the online link to keep your favorite artist around. Here’s what you need to know:December 6 PerformancesOn Monday...
    NBC 'The Voice' airs on NBC. This week kicks off “The Voice” Season 21 semifinals, where the remaining eight contestants will battle it out in the hopes of making it to next week’s finale. Last week, Holly Forbes and Jeremy Rosado were eliminated, leaving Girl Named Tom, Hailey Mia, Jershika Maple, Jim and Sasha Allen, Joshua Vacanti, Lana Scott, Paris Winningham, and Wendy Moten to vie for the winning title. Tonight, the artists will sing a ’90s era duet with another semifinalist, but how can you vote for your favorite singer? Here’s what you need to know:How to Vote for Singers on ‘The Voice’?There are two ways to vote for singers on “The Voice.” The first is to use the official “The Voice” app, which is available on the App Store and Google Play. The second way is to go through NBC’s website, here — but first, you must create an NBC account. Keep in mind, each method allows for up to ten votes. Voting for the top eight will open on Monday, December 6, 2021. Through the...
    ABC "Dancing With the Stars" finalists The winner of season 30 of ABC’s “Dancing With the Stars” will be awarded the Mirrorball trophy tonight, Monday, November 22, 2021. That means that it’s more important than ever that fans get their votes in while the show is live. The episode will feature two dances from each of the remaining pairs, a fusion dance and a freestyle. Those dances will be judged by judges Bruno Tonioli, Carrie Ann Inaba and Len Goodman. Unfortunately, Derek Hough will not be attending the finale in person, but it’s possible he will make an appearance some other way. At the end of the night, the couple with the highest combined score and audience vote will win the Mirrorball trophy and the title of “Dancing With the Stars” season 30 winner. Read on to learn how to vote for your favorite performers.How to Vote for ‘Dancing With the Stars’ Tonight View this post on Instagram A post shared by Dancing With The Stars #DWTS (@dancingabc) There are two voting methods available to viewers watching...
    NBC The coaches of 'The Voice' during the first live show of the season. Tonight on “The Voice,” the top twenty contestants will be whittled down to the top thirteen. Last night, all twenty vocalists performed and America voted for their favorite contestants. Beginning at 8 p.m. Eastern time tonight on NBC, the results of the voting will be revealed. The two contestants with the most votes from each team will automatically move on to the top 13. Each coach will then pick one of their remaining team members to move on, leaving two contestants from each team vulnerable. That’s where the Instant Save comes in. Viewers will have a chance to save one of the eight contestants in danger of going home. How do viewers do this? By voting. Here’s everything you need to know about tonight’s Instant Save.When Does Voting Open for the Instant Save? View this post on Instagram A post shared by NBC's The Voice (@nbcthevoice) Unlike last night’s voting, the Instant Save voting will only be open for a period of five...
    NBC Girl Named Tom on 'The Voice.' The Voice” live shows kick off tonight at 8 p.m. Eastern time which means it’s time to vote for your favorite contestants! Voting can be done via “The Voice” official app or on the NBC website. Voting is open until 7 a.m. Eastern time on Tuesday, November 9. Viewers can vote for each artist up to ten times. You must sign up to vote with an email address or through Facebook. Twenty contestants will perform tonight and only thirteen will make it past this round. The results of the voting will be revealed on Tuesday, November 9. What will each contestant on ‘The Voice’ sing tonight? Follow along for live coverage below. The rest of this article will be updated as tonight’s episode of ‘The Voice’ airs.Team Kelly View this post on Instagram A post shared by NBC's The Voice (@nbcthevoice) First up tonight were the contestants of Team Kelly Clarkson. The sibling act “Girl Named Tom” performed Creep by Radiohead, Katie Rae sang “Stormy Weather” by Ethel Waters, and...
    CBS “There's Gonna Be Blood” — Erika Casupanan and Jeff Probst. Last week’s “Survivor” episode ended on a cliffhanger, with Erika Casupanan sitting on her own personal Exile Island, debating whether she should smash an hourglass and get to basically negate the merge challenge that left half the castaways safe. If she chooses to do so, the winning castaways would now have to compete in an individual immunity challenge and the other castaways would be safe from Tribal Council. The November 3 episode is titled “There’s Gonna Be Blood” and its description reads, “Castaways compete in their first individual immunity challenge in the game. Also, Erika has been on Exile Island for two days, where she must make the biggest decision in the game thus far.” If you need to advantage update, here is where everyone stands: Xander Hastings has an immunity idol and an extra vote. Shantel Smith and Naseer Muttalif each have an immunity idol. Ricard Foye and Deshawn Radden each have an extra vote. Liana Wallace has the Knowledge is Power advantage. Follow...
    House Democratic leaders on Thursday abandoned a second attempt to clear the Senate-passed bipartisan infrastructure bill as progressives held firm to their refusal back it without a concrete agreement on a separate social spending package. It's the second time House Democratic leadership has punted the bill and it came after President BidenJoe BidenBiden to meet House Dems before Europe trip: report 21 House Democrats call for removing IRS bank reporting proposal from spending bill Overnight Health Care — Presented by Altria — Vulnerable House Dems push drug pricing plan MORE made a rare visit to the Capitol to beseech House Democrats to help him advance his agenda as a matter of demonstrating that American democracy can still function. Speaker Nancy PelosiNancy PelosiBiden to meet House Dems before Europe trip: report On The Money — Will the billionaire tax survive Joe Manchin? Overnight Energy & Environment — Presented by American Clean Power — Democrats prepare to grill oil execs MORE (D-Calif.) and her leadership team wanted to clear the bipartisan infrastructure bill to give Biden a legislative victory as he departs for Europe for a Group of 20 meeting...
    CBS “Ready to Play Like a Lion” — Jeff Probst and Shantel Smith on the sixth episode of SURVIVOR 41 The latest “Survivor” episode is titled “Ready to Play Like a Lion” and its description reads, “For 12 days, the Luvu tribe has avoided going to tribal council, but now that the three tribes have merged, their alliances will be tested. Also, there’s a new twist when it comes to the merge.” The twist appears to be drawing rocks, based on the sneak peeks “Survivor” has posted to social media — but we do not yet know what those rocks signify. Hopefully, it will help the four Yase members and two Ua members have a fighting chance against Luvu, which is six strong and could choose to pick off the others one by one if they wanted to. If you need to advantage update, here is where everyone stands: Xander Hastings has an immunity idol and an extra vote. Shantel Smith and Naseer Muttalif each have an immunity idol. Ricard Foye and Deshawn Radden each have an...
    Democrats were unable to reach a deal regarding the infrastructure bill Thursday evening, and decided not to hold a vote on the contentiously debated legislation, instead waiting until Friday to resume discussions. CNN’s Chief White House Correspondent Kaitlan Collins reported the news, telling host Don Lemon that she and her colleagues Ryan Nobles and Manu Raju had been on the Hill all day long, going back and forth between the White House and the floor, reporting on the ongoing negotiation efforts from the Biden administration, Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer’s (D-NY) office, and Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi’s (D-CA) office. The infrastructure bill contains many items that are a key part of President Joe Biden’s “Build Back Better” agenda, but it has faced loud opposition from both the progressive wing of the party, who want to see additional funding and other items covered, and moderate Democrats Sen. Joe Manchin (D-WV) and Sen. Kyrsten Sinema (D-AZ), who have balked at the bill’s multi-trillion dollar price tag. “They are not going to come to a decision tonight,” said Collins. “It seemed pretty obvious this...
    Sen. Joe ManchinJoe ManchinArizona Democrats, activists eye protential primary challenge to Sinema over Biden agenda, filibuster Manchin says reconciliation bill must include controversial Hyde Amendment Sinema viewed unfavorably by one-third of Arizona Democrats in poll MORE (D-W.Va.) said after a meeting with White House officials and Sen. Kyrsten SinemaKyrsten SinemaArizona Democrats, activists eye protential primary challenge to Sinema over Biden agenda, filibuster Sinema viewed unfavorably by one-third of Arizona Democrats in poll The Hill's Morning Report - Presented by Alibaba - To vote or not? Pelosi faces infrastructure decision MORE (D-Ariz.) that there would not be a deal on Thursday night on a framework for a social spending bill. "We're going to come to an agreement. I'm trying to make sure they understand I'm at $1.5 trillion," Manchin told reporters after the meeting with Sinema, White House domestic policy adviser Susan RiceSusan RiceBiden gets more aggressive with agenda in balance Federal agencies submit plans to improve voting access after Biden order The Memo: Biden's immigration problems reach crescendo in Del Rio MORE and senior adviser Brian DeeseBrian DeeseWatchdog: Penalties meatpackers...
    President Biden's domestic policy agenda balanced on a knife edge on Thursday as a moderate member of his party said first that the House would pass his infrastructure bill in the evening - moments before a liberal said the vote would not even happen. They illustrate how competing wings are wrangling over trillions of dollars in spending. And it leaves Biden and his party leaders working the phones in the hope that his huge gamble pays off during a pivotal week on Capitol Hill.  The uncertainty was spelled out in the opposing views of Rep. Josh Gottheimer, co-chair of the bipartisan Problem Solvers Caucus, and Rep. Pramila Jayapal, the chair of the Congressional Progressive Caucus.'Two total different realities in the House just now. Gottheimer comes down the steps and says confidently vote is going to happen and infrastructure bill will pass tonight,' said CNN reporter  'Then minutes later, Jayapal comes out and tells us vote won’t happen and if it does, it will fail.' Different wings of the Democratic Party revealed the turmoil behind the scenes, as Rep. Pramila Jayapal, the chair of...
    Democrats will race through a series of votes on Capitol Hill Thursday as they rush to fund the government ahead of a midnight shutdown deadline and the House tees up a vote on Joe Biden's infrastructure plan. While that crisis appears to be averted, another one is still playing out.   Biden's plan for trillions of dollars to overhaul the way the government works is in doubt as the president was unable to cut a deal with moderate Democratic Senators Joe Manchin and Kyrsten Sinema. The two want him to trim back his ambitious $3.5 trillion budget package that would provide free pre-K, expanded paid family and medical leave and a series of programs to fight climate change.  But progressives in the House said they won't support the $1.1 trillion infrasture deal - expected to be voted on Thursday - without a guarantee from Manchin and Sinema of their support for the budget package.  Top administration officials were trying to down play expectations. Energy Secretary Jennifer Granholm told CNN: 'It's not some major cataclysm if there isn't a vote today.' But...
    Washington — Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer said he could call a procedural vote on advancing a bipartisan infrastructure package as early as Wednesday evening, as negotiators rush to finalize details of the bill that includes some of President Biden's key domestic priorities.  "With respect to infrastructure, senators continue to make good progress on both tracks of legislation," Schumer said on the Senate floor Wednesday morning. "Members should be prepared to vote again on cloture on the motion to proceed to the bipartisan infrastructure bill as early as tonight." The $1.2 trillion proposal, which is expected to include nearly $600 billion in new spending, would prioritize funding for physical infrastructure, such as roads, bridges and broadband internet.  Negotiations appeared to be in danger of collapsing earlier this week after Democratic negotiators sent a "global offer" to Republicans seeking to resolve some outstanding issues. That offer was rebuffed by Republican negotiators.  A vote to advance the measure would require 60 votes, meaning 10 Republicans would have to join all Democrats in voting to begin debate. Senate Democrats plan to meet...
    Mitch McConnell ripped Democrats' voting rights proposal on Tuesday, claiming it's a 'transparently partisan' effort that shows the left's 'disdain' for Americans. 'Many Democrats would pass [H.R.1] with the slimmest possible majority, even after its companion faced bipartisan opposition over in the House,' McConnell said from the Senate floor on Tuesday. 'What a craven political calculation. What a way to show your disdain for the American people's choices,' he added. The comments come as Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer prepares to bring a procedural vote to the floor to begin debate on the For the People Act, which would expand voting rights and access. Schumer, in remarks from the Senate floor on Tuesday, blamed Trump for Republican opposition to the bill. 'Donald Trump, fresh off a resounding loss in the 2020 presidential election, cried foul and lied — lied — that the election was stolen from him, like a petulant child,' the New York Democrat said. 'There is a rot at the center of the modern Republican Party,' he continued. 'Donald Trump's big lie has spread like a cancer and...
    NBC Team Kelly's Corey Ward will perform onstage during the live show airing tonight, May 17, 2021. Tonight, NBC’s “The Voice” goes live again. This time around, the top 9 contestants will perform in the semifinals for a spot in the upcoming finale. According to GoldDerby, the three-hour finale airs on Tuesday, May 25, 2021, which means there are only four live shows left and two more chances for fans to vote for the season 20 winner. The first live show of the season aired on Monday, May 10. Following the performances, fans got to vote for the first time and determined which contestants made it to the next round, taking most of the responsibility away from the coaches — Kelly Clarkson, John Legend, Blake Shelton, and Nick Jonas. As a result, eight contestants were eliminated during the results show, which aired that consecutive Tuesday. The top artists from each team with the most votes automatically earned a spot in the top 9. Then, each coach was able to select one artist from their own teams, and the finalists...
    Trae Patton/NBC Tonight, May 11, 2021, on NBC’s “The Voice,” the remaining 17 contestants will be narrowed down to the top nine of the season with each coach keeping two contestants total and one more being saved with the Instant Save vote. Viewers can vote for the Instant Save Wildcard contestant online of on the official “The Voice” app. The Instant Save voting is open during the Eastern and Central Time broadcasts of the results episodes. Tonight, that means the window will be open for five minutes during the episode starting from the time that the start of Instant Save voting is announced. Artists with the fewest amounts of votes from their teams will compete for the Instant Save. Here’s how to vote for the Instant Save tonight: Vote for the Instant Save on the Voice App or Online In past seasons, the Instant Save vote took place on Twitter when viewers would vote using the hashtag #VoiceSave along with the name of the artist they wanted to save from elimination. For the past two seasons, things have...
    NBC Zania Alaké will perform live on "The Voice" season 20 airing Monday, May 10. Tonight, NBC’s “The Voice” goes live as the top 17 contestants perform for America’s vote during the playoffs. On Monday’s show, apart from the live performances, the winner of last month’s four-way knockout will be revealed, and fans can vote to see their favorite contestants enter the next round of the reality TV singing competition. When does voting open? According to “Gold Derby,” voting opens during tonight’s show and continues through 7 a.m. EST Tuesday. When will the results be revealed? On Tuesday night, “The Voice” host Carson Daly will reveal which contestants received the most votes from each team, and they will automatically move on to the next stage of the competition. Then, the celebrity coaches — John Legend, Kelly Clarkson, Blake Shelton, and Nick Jonas — will each choose one more contestant they want to see move on. Some of the remaining artists will have a chance to compete Tuesday for the Instant Save vote. Read on to learn more about...
    ABC Tonight, there will be no new episode of American Idol. Instead, the Oscars will air on ABC during the usual Idol time slot. The Oscars will begin on ABC at 5 p.m. PT/8 p.m. ET. You can also stream the Academy Awards on services like Hulu Live TV, YouTubeTV, AT&T TV, and FuboTV. The good news for the American Idol fans out there is that fans can still vote for The Comeback episode until Monday morning at 6 a.m., and you can vote up to ten times per voting platform. It’s worth noting that there will not be a new episode airing tomorrow night, either. Idol will return to its normal Sunday and Monday airing on May 2, starting at 8 p.m. Last week, Ava August, Madison Watkins, and Beane were eliminated, with Grace Kinstler and Willie Spence rumored to be early frontrunners. Here’s what you need to know.How to Vote on ‘American Idol’There are three ways to vote for your favorite American Idol contestant: online, in the app, or through text. Those voting must be at least 13 years of age...
    ABC AMERICAN IDOL - "413 (Top 12 Live Reveal)" Ð "American Idol" gets closer to crowning a winner as it continues on MONDAY, APRIL 12 (8:00-10:00 p.m. EDT), on ABC. Following AmericaÕs overnight vote, 10 contestants will be revealed from the Top 16, leaving six contestants to perform for a chance at one of two spots picked by the judges, rounding out the Top 12. (ABC/Eric McCandless) LIONEL RICHIE, KATY PERRY, PAULA ABDUL, RYAN SEACREST Tonight is a new episode of American Idol, and fans may be wondering how they can vote for their favorite contestant. Voting starts with the East Coast broadcast at 8 p.m. ET and will run until the last commercial break of the show. You can vote online, with text messages, or through the American Idol app, but you can only vote a total of 30 times– ten votes per voting method. ABC writes, “For example, if you want to vote for a given contestant – you could submit: up to ten (10) votes for that contestant on ABC.com, up to ten (10) votes...
    Getty How and when to vote next on this season of American Idol. Tonight, the top 12 American Idol contestants will be revealed during the first live show of the season. Per Idol’s official website, America voted for its top 12 performers following Sunday night’s episode that eliminated eight singers, whittling the number of competitors down to 16 from 24. Of the 16 singers, 12 will make it through tonight. Just who makes it is in America’s hands now. While voting is closed at the moment, and won’t open tonight, fans will get more chances to vote for their remaining favorites again in the coming weeks. But when? ???????????????????????????? #AmericanIdol is ???????????????? at 8|7c! Your ???????????? ???????? will be narrowed down to the ✨ ???????????? ???????? ✨ pic.twitter.com/z0UNpUIg87 — American Idol (@AmericanIdol) April 12, 2021 When Does Voting Open Next? View this post on Instagram A post shared by American Idol (@americanidol) Once the top 12 contestants are unveiled tonight, viewers will have to wait until the next voting period to help their favorites win the...
    ABC/Eric McCandless American Idol called on musical stars to perform alongside season 19’s top 24 contestants, leading to an impressive “All-Star Duets and Solos” round of the competition. Judges Katy Perry, Luke Bryan and Lionel Richie no longer have a direct say in who goes home and who gets to stay in the competition as the power has moved to the viewers of the show via their votes. For the top 24, the show split the contestants into two groups of 12. In each group, the eight contestants with the most votes from viewers will be heading through to the next round, while the remaining four from each group will be eliminated from the competition.Who Is Performing on ‘American Idol’ Tonight?Twelve contestants will be performing on American Idol on May 5, 2021. They will each perform both a solo and duet, and then they will receive feedback from each of the judges. Since the votes are what will get them through to the next round, each of the contestants will be asking their fans to vote for them. Here’s who...
    It could be déjà vu in Georgia, as the state on Tuesday holds twin Senate runoff elections that will determine if the Republicans keep their majority in the chamber or if the Democrats control both houses of Congress as well as the White House. Two months after the presidential election results in Georgia and a handful of other key battleground states went into overtime, with the races not called in some cases until four days after Election Day, there’s a good chance it could happen again in the runoff contests. YOUR FOX NEWS GUIDE TO GEORGIA'S SENATE RUNOFF ELECTIONS "We can expect a very, very, close election," veteran Georgia based GOP consultant Chip Lake told Fox News. "An election that might be so close that we might not know who won these races on Tuesday night. It could be a few days after that until all the votes are counted." People check in as they prepare to cast their vote in the Georgia runoff election at C.T. Martin Natatorium and Recreation Center on Jan. 5, 2021, in Atlanta,...
    Americans will begin receiving their $600 COVID relief checks on Tuesday night, the Treasury Secretary has announced - despite Donald Trump's planned $2,000 check being stuck in limbo in the Senate, as Mitch McConnell tries to secure an election fraud investigation in return for the $2,000 checks. Steve Mnuchin said on Tuesday evening that the roll-out of the cash was beginning. '@USTreasury has delivered a payment file to the @FederalReserve for Americans' Economic Impact Payments,' he tweeted. 'These payments may begin to arrive in some accounts by direct deposit as early as tonight and will continue into next week. 'Paper checks will begin to be mailed tomorrow,' he added.  Steve Mnuchin, Treasury Secretary, announced on Tuesday that the roll-out begins that night Amid the worrying news, Mnuchin attempted to provide some reassurance, and told people expecting to receive a payment to check its status at its 'Get My Payment' page. He said that Treasury and the IRS were 'working with unprecedented speed' to get the checks out. 'These payments are an integral part...
    NBC Tonight on NBC’s The Voice, artists compete for the Instant Save vote in order to secure a spot in next week’s season finale of the show. Viewers can vote for the Instant Save online or through the official Voice app. The Instant Save voting is open during the Eastern and Central Time broadcasts of the results episode tonight. Tonight, that means that the window will be open for just five minutes during the episodes. It starts at the time after the four competitors finish their performances. Artists with the fewest amounts of votes from their teams will compete for the Instant Save Tonight. Read on to learn about how to vote for the Instant Save: Vote for the Instant Save on the Voice App or Online In past seasons, the Instant Save vote took place on Twitter when viewers would vote using the hashtag #VoiceSave along with the name of the artist they wanted to save from elimination. For the past two seasons, things have been a bit different. Viewers have to vote using the Voice App or the...
    NBC Tonight on NBC’s The Voice, artists will compete for the Instant Save vote in order to secure a spot in next week’s top 9 competition. You can vote for the Instant Save online or on the official Voice app. The Instant Save voting is open during the Eastern and Central Time broadcasts of the results episodes. Tonight, that means the window will be open for five minutes during the episode starting from the time that the start of Instant Save voting is announced. Artists with the fewest amounts of votes from their teams will compete for the Instant Save. Here’s how to vote for the Instant Save tonight:Vote for the Instant Save on the Voice App or OnlineIn past seasons, the Instant Save vote took place on Twitter when viewers would vote using the hashtag #VoiceSave along with the name of the artist they wanted to save from elimination. For the past two seasons, things have been a bit different. Viewers have to vote using the Voice App or the show’s website. They must be registered with a valid email address,...
    WILMINGTON, Del. (CBS) — Supporters of the Joe Biden-Kamala Harris ticket are gathering in Wilmington and they’re preparing to celebrate. The nation may hear from Biden and Harris tonight as the Democratic presidential ticket holds a 13,000-vote lead in Pennsylvania. As Biden inches closer to the 270 electoral votes he needs to win the White House, his supporters are drawing closer to Biden headquarters at the Chase Center in Wilmington. “I’m from Scranton, Pennsylvania. I drove down Tuesday night as soon as Michigan was called,” Zach Rosetti said. Supporters from Biden’s hometown in Scranton made the trek to Delaware, feeding off the momentum that the former vice president is getting after taking the lead in the polls in Pennsylvania. “It’s not every day someone from your hometown is about to become the president of the United States,” Rosetti said. “I’m confident. I think the lead is growing in Pennsylvania, the lead is growing in Georgia, the lead is growing in Nevada. I don’t think there’s any way we can lose.” Biden-Harris signs, paraphernalia and balloons are being placed near the...
    Analysis: ‘Trump used his early lead in Pennsylvania as an opportunity to weep. ‘ News reporter Sally Lockwood wrote in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania We may have known its outcome in Pennsylvania before postal votes were counted before Election Day. Instead, ballots first had to be counted under state election rules, which revealed a Trump presence. That margin has evaporated in Pennsylvania as postal votes have been scheduled. Democrats were more likely to vote by mail, but Donald Trump used his early lead as an opportunity to weep over wrongdoing and fraud. The demands of the Trump campaign to waive the postal vote by filing legal challenges in the war-torn states seem to be serious attempts to delay the inevitable. Donald Trump lost court rulings in three states yesterday. A small number of ballots are in question, and they are unlikely to make any material difference in Joe Biden’s current path. The more limited consequence of these legal conflicts is the erosion of trust in American democracy. The repeated calls for Donald Trump to “stop the count” may have motivated...
    NEW YORK (WABC) -- Eyewitness News will be streaming Vote 2020 co-anchored coverage with Sandra Bookman and Joe Torres right here and on our apps for Roku, Fire TV, Apple TV and Android TV beginning at 8:00 p.m.Millions of American are voting on Election Day in addition to the more than 97 million early votes that were cast. Nationally, voters cast 70.9% of the total votes counted in the 2016 general election prior to Tuesday.See All National ResultsMore coverage of the Presidential raceKey Local RacesNew YorkRepublican U.S. Rep. Peter King's impending retirement after nearly three decades as the aggrieved voice of bridge and tunnel New Yorkers has set off a scramble for control of his suburban Long Island swing district, with outside groups pouring in millions of dollars. King's chosen successor, State Assemblyman Andrew Garbarino, faces Democrat Jackie Gordon, a retired U.S. Army lieutenant colonel who moved to the U.S. from the Caribbean island nation of Jamaica when she was 7.New JerseyThe big statewide question is whether to legalize marijuana. If approved, Public Question No. 1 would legalize cannabis for...
    Amy Coney Barrett was confirmed to the Supreme Court Monday evening by the Senate in a 52-48 vote - with Republican Susan Collins crossing the aisle to vote against her. Donald Trump's third nominee was not in the chamber to watch the roll call vote, which allows her to join the eight justices on Tuesday morning, and potentially to decide on cases about voting before the November 3 election.  Senate president pro tempore Chuck Grassley declared her confirmation at 8.06pm.   Her nomination transforms the court to a 6-3 conservative majority and comes after fierce opposition from Democrats, whose presidential nominee Joe Biden has resisted pressure to promise to pack the court if he wins - but who says he will order a commission on reforming the high court.  Before the final vote she was praised by Republican majority leader Mitch McConnell who said: 'By every account, the Supreme Court is getting not just an outstanding lawyer but a fantastic person.   'This is one of the brilliant, admired and well-qualified nominees in our lifetime,' he said. She will be the only...
    After Amy Coney Barrett's almost assured confirmation Monday evening, Justice Clarence Thomas is on the docket to swear in the 7th Circuit appellate judge to the Supreme Court at a White House ceremony. 'Justice Clarence Thomas will administer the official Constitutional Oath to Judge Amy Coney Barrett at the White House tonight,' a senior White House official told The New York Times. The vote on Barrett's nomination is set to take place some time after 7:00 p.m. Monday evening and the White House is prepared to hold a 'large' celebration in the Rose Garden honoring the momentous occasion just one week before Election Day. Although a source told Politico that the guest list for the South Lawn event is not small, Trump suggested it was smaller than it was being made out. White House chief of staff Mark Meadows also sought to assure reporters Monday that the White House ceremony would include safety precautions. 'We're doing tonight the best we can to encourage as much social distancing as possible,' he said. Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas will swear...
    President Trump on Monday said that the White House is preparing for a “very nice event” to swear in Amy Coney Barrett as a Supreme Court justice. Barrett is all but guaranteed confirmation by the Republican-held Senate on Monday evening. It’s unclear when exactly the subsequent White House event will happen. “We’re going to see [an event] probably at the White House later on this evening,” Trump told reporters during a campaign trip to Pennsylvania. Trump said it would be a small event — after many attendees of Barrett’s Sept. 26 unveiling in the Rose Garden, including Trump, caught COVID-19. “No, not a large event. Just a very nice event,” Trump said. Barrett, 48, will be Trump’s third confirmed justice on the nine-person court — a frequent campaign-trail boast ahead of the Nov. 3 election. She will replace liberal icon Ruth Bader Ginsburg, potentially shifting the ideological balance of the court for decades. Barrett is a favorite among religious conservatives and emerged unscathed from Senate Judiciary Committee confirmation hearings. The top Democrat on the committee, Sen. Dianne Feinstein of...
    The Senate is expected to confirm Amy Coney Barrett in a Monday evening vote as the White House has still not said whether or not Vice President Mike Pence will preside over the proceedings after being exposed to coronavirus by multiple aides. Democrats are pleading with Pence not to come to the Capitol to fulfil his largely ceremonial role, as is customary for vice presidents in landmark votes, claiming in a letter 'it's not a risk worth taking.' With little Democrats can do to stop the confirmation from going forward, the White House has already started planning a celebration – similar to the 'superspreader' event announcing Barrett's nomination at the end of September, which sparked a COVID-19 outbreak at the White House. This caused President Donald Trump, first lady Melania and their son Barron to contract the virus. The next event, which is not yet set in stone, would be held outdoors in the Rose Garden Monday night and include a ceremonial swearing in of Barrett to the Supreme Court. Senior administration officials told ABC News that the details are...
    We have a real chance to win Texas, if voter turnout and registration numbers are any sign right now. Something's happening in Texas that most media outlets are not picking up: Folks are registering to vote in droves, which could turn the state blue. In Travis County (which includes liberal Austin and suburbs), a staggering 97% of its roughly 850,000 eligible voters are now registered. Now, we just need them to vote. Click to make phone calls tonight with Turnout2020 to Texas Democrats over the age of 65, and help walk them through the process of getting an absentee ballot. This is very practical phone banking where you are directly connecting folks to being able to vote. All you need is Google Chrome on your computer, and a quiet place to make calls. Can't make calls tonight? Daily Kos is trying to recruit 100,000 get-out-the-vote volunteers for this election, and we are close. Chip in $3 today to help this effort. The election will be over in 19 days, and we must put in our every ounce of energy into getting out the vote....
    ABC Season 29 of "Dancing With the Stars" is here, but one of the celebrity dancers will be kicked off after their first performance. Last week was Disney night on Dancing With the Stars, but this week’s performances may be just as iconic with many of the stars choosing to dance to upbeat pop songs. Two couples have been eliminated so far this season, and one more will be sent home at the end of tonight’s episode, with one of the bottom two couples being saved by judges Derek Hough, Carrie Ann Inaba and Bruno Tonioli. Tonight’s show will begin with a comedic PSA cold open, and then Skai Jackson will offer up a tribute to her friend and fellow actor who died in 2019, Cameron Boyce. AJ McLean will also spend some time talking about the history of the Backstreet Boys and his journey with the band.What Songs Will Celebrities Dance To Tonight? View this post on Instagram Rehearsals had some doozies last week! Which behind the scenes blooper is your favorite? ???? #DWTS A post shared...
    ABC "Dancing With the Stars" season 29 continues with a new episode for week 4 of the competition. Dancing With the Stars season 29’s week 4 performances air tonight, Monday, October 5. At the end of the night, another celebrity contestant and their professional dance partner will be eliminated from the competition, based on the previous week’s scores and votes from viewers watching at home. If you’re planning to watch the show live when it airs at 8pm ET/7pm CT and want to vote for your DWTS favorite couples to help keep them in the competition, here’s what you should know about voting:You Can Vote for The Remaining 13 Contestants Online or Via Text MessageThere are two ways to vote this season: on ABC.com or by SMS text message during the live voting window. Here’s how to vote for each of the contestants still in the competition via SMS text: – Text AJ to 21523 to vote for AJ McLean – Text ANNE to 21523 to vote for Anne Heche – Text CHRISHELL to 21523 to vote...
    Warning: This article contains spoilers for Big Brother All-Stars. This evening will feature the seventh eviction of Big Brother Season 22. The latest evicted All-Star will follow Keesha Smith, Nicole Anthony, Janelle Pierzina, Kaysar Ridha, Bayleigh Dayton, and Ian Terry out the door. Wednesday’s episode showed Tyler Crispen declining to use the Power of Veto (POV), leaving Da’Vonne Rogers and Kevin Campbell on the block. The remaining players will vote to give one from the duo the boot, and a plan is already solidified. According to Big Brother Daily, Da’Vonne is the true target, and the house plans to send her packing. Anything can change up until the last minute in the house, but it looks to be very unlikely this time around. The roommates have had their mind made up about Da’Vonne way before the Power of Veto meeting on Monday, as many feel she is much more of a threat in the game than Kevin. The nominees also believe there will be a double eviction tonight, but there is not one in place. The double is likely to...
    Sign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York City The United Federation of Teachers punted on the first round of votes to authorize a potential teacher strike during a Monday night executive board meeting.  Instead, the UFT board unanimously approved a resolution instructing the union’s leadership to continue ongoing negotiations with the city on a safe school reopening plan until all demands are met. The union’s 3,2000-person delegate assembly will meet on Tuesday at 3:30 p.m. to either vote on a union-approved school reopening plan or a strike authorization.   “We can’t afford to send students and staff back into any buildings until we have done everything possible — including a rigorous virus testing program — to see that they are safe,” UFT President Michael Mulgrew in a statement.”  The members of the UFT know that public employee strikes are illegal, but we are determined to do what is necessary to protect our students and the families of New York City.” Earlier this month, Mulgrew threatened to greenlight a work stoppage...
    Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton is warning not to let 2020 be a 'coulda shoulda woulda election' and says people still come up to her they wish they had not voted for her 2016 rival Donald Trump.  The 2016 Democratic Party presidential nominee who won the popular vote but lost the election after failing to focus on some key states plans to tell convention viewers people come to her to justify their votes for Trump or express that they didn't cast a ballot. 'For four years, people have said to me, "I didn't realize how dangerous he was." "I wish I could go back and do it over." Or worst, "I should have voted," Clinton says in advance remarks released by the Joe Biden campaign. Hillary Clinton, with Joe Biden in the background, campaigning in Scranton. She will speak Wednesday about the 2016 election, saying people still approach her to say the didn't know 'how dangerous' Donald Trump was when they voted for him 'Well, this can't be another woulda coulda shoulda election. If you vote by mail,...
    OAKLAND, Calif. (KGO) -- The Oakland Unified School Board will vote today on whether to eliminate its school police force.After extensive pushback from the community after the death of George Floyd and heavy debate by the Oakland Unified School District, it looks like today the school board could pass the "George Floyd Resolution" which would dismantle the Oakland School Police Department.OUSD is one of the only school districts in the Bay Area with its own police force. The 10 sworn officers and 50 unarmed campus security guards cost the city $6 million a year.RELATED: Oakland educators, parents explain why they want district police department eliminatedActivists and community organizing groups have been vocal in their calls to end the Oakland schools' police department for the last several weeks, leading protests - like the one Tuesday night where Warriors head coach Steve Kerr joined in."We got to listen to the people in our communities. They're the ones who are living their existence each day, they're the ones who know each other, they're the ones who understand what's happening and how we can...
    OAKLAND, Calif. (KGO) -- The Oakland Unified School Board will vote today on whether to eliminate its school police force.After extensive pushback from the community after the death of George Floyd and heavy debate by the Oakland Unified School District, it looks like today the school board could pass the "George Floyd Resolution" which would dismantle the Oakland School Police Department.OUSD is one of the only school districts in the Bay Area with its own police force. The 10 sworn officers and 50 unarmed campus security guards cost the city $6 million a year.RELATED: Oakland educators, parents explain why they want district police department eliminatedActivists and community organizing groups have been vocal in their calls to end the Oakland schools' police department for the last several weeks, leading protests - like the one Tuesday night where Warriors head coach Steve Kerr joined in."We got to listen to the people in our communities. They're the ones who are living their existence each day, they're the ones who know each other, they're the ones who understand what's happening and how we can...
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