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    Kanye West has said he is open to returning to politics, insisting that he had not been put off by his failed presidential bid in 2020. Asked if he had future political aspirations, he replied: 'Yes, absolutely. 'You know, that time wasn't in God's time. I'm sure there are lives that were saved. 'I'm sure God had me fall on the sword and say this is not the time,' he told ABC News on Thursday night.  'But he's a redeemer. He's given me this oxygen, he's given me this platform, he's put amazing people around me. 'He's given me new purposes. A new lease on life. New air to breathe. And a new respect.' He added that he was spending time with Jared Kushner.  Kanye West has spoken to ABC News, in an interview that previewed on Thursday night .@kanyewest tells @linseydavis he still has future political aspirations. Stream "A Conversation with Ye" NOW or at 9:30 p.m. PT on https://t.co/xOyhGuiPMI. pic.twitter.com/FJUprhdX57— ABC News Live (@ABCNewsLive) September 23, 2022 'His brother said he'd kill him if he went back to the...
    Gunnar Henderson had an idea. He and Joey Ortiz were working in the batting cage this offseason, the kind of run-of-the-mill process that can become monotonous even to a 20-year-old early in his professional baseball career. “Hey, Joey,” Henderson prompted. “You wanna play a game of horse off the tee?” Ortiz didn’t need to be pressed, setting off a friendly competition between the Orioles infield prospects. That’s the nature of their relationship: They’re friends, but they’re also teammates pushing each other toward the next level, with an eye toward Baltimore. For now, they’re at Double-A Bowie, part of a stacked infield. During pregame warmups before the Baysox’s season opener at Prince George’s Stadium on Friday, Henderson, Ortiz and Jordan Westburg trotted out to third, short and second to field grounders. In the future — an ever-nearing future — that trio could trot out together at Camden Yards. As the Orioles began the season their season in Florida against the Tampa Bay Rays, Baltimore’s faces of the future began their season in Bowie. They haven’t shied away from those lofty expectations,...
    Billionaire hedge funder Bill Ackman has claimed that 'WWIII has likely started already' and predicted that a broader military conflict with Russia may be inevitable after Vladimir Putin launched an invasion of Ukraine.  Ackman, who has a long track record of making alarmist predictions, often as he is betting against the markets, issued his dire forecast in an extremely long series of tweets on Saturday. 'In January 2020, I had nightmares about the potential for a pandemic, but everyone seemed to think I was crazy. I am having similar nightmares now,' he wrote. Ackman famously appeared on CNBC in the early days of the COVID-19 pandemic in March 2020 and declared that 'hell is coming', calling for a 30-day national lockdown.  It later emerged that his firm, Pershing Square Capital, made $2 billion by betting against stocks that tanked as he delivered his doomsday predictions. Now, however, Ackman warns 'WWIII has likely started already, but we have been slow to recognize it.'   Billionaire hedge funder Bill Ackman has claimed that 'WWIII has likely started already' and predicted that a broader...
    Arnold Schwarzenegger's lookalike son Joseph Baena spoke candidly about following in his father's footsteps during an interview with INSIDE EDITION on Thursday. The 24-year-old realtor, who is the love child of his dad and Schwarzenegger family housekeeper Mildred Baena, gushed over the 74-year-old actor and revealed that he, too, wants to become an action star. Despite the admiration, Baena stressed that he has no plans to take on the recognizable Schwarzenegger last name. Like father, like son: Arnold Schwarzenegger's lookalike son Joseph Baena spoke candidly about following in his father's footsteps during an interview with INSIDE EDITION on Thursday 'You have a famous last name, but you don't use it?' asked Inside Edition's Victoria Recano. 'Well I already have a last name, and I don't have a problem with my last name. I like my last name,' he replied, before gushing over both of his parents and his determination to make them proud. RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Arnold Schwarzenegger surprises fans with mysterious Zeus... Katherine Schwarzenegger shows off her baby bump while doing... Arnold...
    CELEBRITIES BORN ON THIS DAY: Rukiya Bernard, 39; Skeet Ulrich, 52; Rainn Wilson, 56; David Lynch, 76. Actor Skeet Ulrich  / AFP PHOTO / VALERIE MACONVALERIE MACON/AFP/Getty Images  Happy Birthday: Look around you, size up situations and head in a direction that feels comfortable. Following someone will result in dissatisfaction and wasting time. Revisit your dreams and aspirations, and you’ll come up with a plan that excites you. Pour your emotions into your pursuits this year, and you’ll come up with something extraordinary and fruitful. Your numbers are 6, 14, 19, 27, 34, 41, 49. ARIES (March 21-April 19): Don’t waste time. Set up a conversation with someone who can help you reach your goals. A change to how you earn or handle your money will require attention. Don’t put your trust in someone else. Take charge and limit spending. 3 stars TAURUS (April 20-May 20): Uncertainty will test your patience. Separate yourself from situations that are beyond your control. Put your time and energy into personal improvement and spending time with someone who gives back and lifts your spirits....
    LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) – With only a couple games remaining in the regular season, Albert Pujols joins CBS2’s Jim Hill to discuss his MLB journey, the Dodgers’ World Series aspirations, and his potential retirement after the season. Pujols started his career with the St. Louis Cardinals, winning three NL MVP awards and two world series titles in 11 seasons. In 2011, he moved out west signing a 10-year deal worth over $250 million with the Angels. READ MORE: LAPD Releases New Video Of Child Rape Suspect, Asks For Public's Help With IdentificationBut after a rough start to the 2021 season, the final year of his contract, Pujols was designated for assignment and cleared waivers allowing the 41-year old to sign a one-year deal with the Dodgers. (Photo by Kiyoshi Mio/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images) “The Lord opened his door for me with another great opportunity to come here, to a great organization so thank God. I give credit to the Lord” said Pujols. “I think for me just part of being around a great group of guys and...
    Vice President Kamala Harris has expanded her team with new senior advisors, including the brother-in-law of White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki, as she faces public relations challenges over the border crisis. Harris in recent months hired Lorraine Voles and Adam Frankel, both of whom worked with her transition team, to assist with 'organizational development, strategic communications and long-term planning,' a White House official told the Washington Post. Frankel, who worked as a speechwriter for former President Barack Obama, is married to Psaki's sister Stephanie Psaki, a senior adviser at the Department of Health and Human Services. The new public relations hires come as Harris, who is viewed as likely to seek the Democratic presidential nomination, faces falling approval ratings and criticism over her handling of the border. Vice President Kamala Harris has expanded her team with new senior advisors, including the brother-in-law of White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki Harris in recent months hired Lorraine Voles (left) and Adam Frankel (right) to assist with 'organizational development, strategic communications and long-term planning,' RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next ...
    Leave everything to start over again? This is the question that runs through the minds of French executives, whose daily life has been undermined by the Covid crisis. So much so that 40% of them say they already have ” wanted to resign these last months », According to an IFOP survey with the freelance.com platform published on Tuesday. But instead of being defeated, they instead took advantage of this period to think about the possibilities of a new career in order to fully develop, indicates this study carried out between December 21 and 28 with 1,004 executives. ” Ddesire for autonomy “,” desire for radical changes …“: This awareness materializes with more than two-thirds (68%) who plan to” change position, profession, company, leave employee status and / or move geographically within the next 2 years “. In question, these executives believe that they have suffered the full brunt of the upheavals caused by the crisis. 27% of them consider that “ their work-life balance has deteriorated “And 34% find that” their sense of usefulness at work Also, notes...
    The illegal migrants brought to the United States by their illegal migrant parents “are true and legitimate heirs … of our founders,” House Speaker Rep. Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) said in a Thursday speech on the House floor. Pelosi made her claims as Democrats prepared to vote through an amnesty for at least three million migrants who are now labeled under several categories. They include the many illegals who were brought to the United States as children by their parents. Democrats refer to the child-arrivals as “dreamers,” even though Americans are also dreamers. Pelosi said: This legislation is protecting “dreamers,” and TPS [Temporary Protected Status] and DED [Deferred Enforced Departure] recipients, honors the truth that immigrants are the constant reinvigoration of our country. When they come here with their hopes and dreams and aspirations, these parents bringing their children, their hopes and dreams and aspirations for a better future for their children, that courage, that determination, those aspirations, are American traits, and they all make America more American, with all of that. Indeed they are true and legitimate heirs, these dreamers are,...
    (CNN)A backyard pool in California might be the last place you'd expect to find one of the world's greatest swimmers in training, but that was the reality for Katie Ledecky when the pandemic forced facilities to shut last year. With her usual pool in Stanford closed for three months from March, five-time Olympic gold medalist Ledecky had to rely on the generosity of a nearby family as she builds toward the Tokyo Games."I know a lot of people swam in rinky-dink backyard pools, but I was able to swim in a two-lane, 25-yard backyard pool," 23-year-old Ledecky tells CNN Sport. "My teammate Simone Manuel and I actually were able to train together in this backyard pool. We would go there every day and it was a very, very kind family that let us come there and get our work in."Ledecky even earned herself a group of fans as she became accustomed to her new training venue. Read More"It was actually kind of fun because the family that owns this house, they have some young grandchildren that were coming over to...
    Tennis star Venus Williams has said that being of sound body and mind has been the key to her success, and it is her focus on wellness that will drive projects that she pursues off-court. Wellness to be the key to Venus Williams’ entrepreneurial work Penning a memoir for leading lifestyle magazine Hospitality Design, the seven-time Grand Slam champion said she would like to take the concept of wellness and make it central to all her future endeavors as an entrepreneur. Venus said she would want the target beneficiaries of her entrepreneurial work to buy into the concept of wellness and benefit from it. “As an athlete being fit well and healthy is critical to my success. I would like to see the concept of wellness as a whole being applied to every type of project that we work on so that everyone can reap the benefits,” Venus said. Venus’s experiences on court find expression in her design While she has not called time on her tennis career yet, the 40-year-old American has already branched out as a successful entrepreneur....
    Kanye West performs during 2019 Coachella Valley Music And Arts Festival on April 20, 2019 in Indio, California. Timothy Norris/Getty Images for Coachella Kanye West's actions over the past month have attracted attention, concern, and headlines. West has openly discussed his bipolar disorder in the past, as well as his reluctance to seek professional treatment like medication. His wife Kim Kardashian West issued a statement asking for "compassion and empathy" from the media and public. Mental health and media experts told Insider that discussions about the substance of West's tweets, actions, and presidential aspirations need to include context about his mental health.  Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Throughout July, Kanye West has inspired headlines and captivated online audiences with a series of unexpected and controversial actions. The rapper began the month by announcing his 2020 presidential candidacy and weeks later, issued a series of since-deleted comments about his family, his wife Kim Kardashian West, and his mental well-being on Twitter. At his first political rally in South Carolina, West made anti-abortion statements, speaking publicly about his...
    Earlier this week, the state Department of Employment and Economic Development announced the hiring of Anisa Hajimumin as the agency’s new assistant commissioner for immigrant and refugee affairs. Anisa HajimuminGov. Tim Walz, in a press release, said Hajimumin’s background “will help the state find new ways to collaborate with immigrants and refugees, who play a vital role in our economy and our culture from Warroad to Winona and everywhere in between.” Deputy Commissioner Hamse Warfa told MinnPost that immigrants and refugees often have trouble finding jobs – even though many Minnesota businesses need workers. Moreover, those with an entrepreneurial spirit also find it difficult to locate helpful resources, he said. Hajimumin will be tasked with addressing both of those concerns.  “We are very excited that she is the right leader for this position,” Warfa said. Hajimumin moved to Minnesota in 1996 and graduated from Metropolitan State University and Hamline University. She is the founder of two businesses that provide technical and strategic support for entrepreneurs from immigrant and refugee communities. In 2014, she returned to her native Somalia to serve...
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