Monday, Oct 03, 2022 - 07:21:34
12 results - (0.002 seconds)

Let’s understand:

latest news at page 1:
1
    MANCHESTER UNITED target Antony has begged Ajax to let him leave for Old Trafford. The Red Devils have had a £76million bid rejected for the winger, with Ajax determined to hold on to him. 1Antony is determined to leave AjaxCredit: Getty But the Brazilian is determined to leave before Thursday's transfer deadline and is trying to force his way out. In an explosive interview with transfer expert Fabrizio Romano, Antony revealed all about how he has spent all summer trying to leave Amsterdam. He said: "Since February of this year, my agents came to Amsterdam to inform Ajax of my desire to leave the club to face new a challenge and that some interested clubs would arrive and with them, certainly a great offer. "In June of this year, I interrupted my vacation and came personally to inform the managers of Ajax, including new coach, about my wish to leave and that they should consider this possibility, because it was a project for two seasons. READ MORE ON MAN UTDRED DEVILS LATEST Antony to join for £84m EXCLUSIVE, Ten Hag's...
    Two-time Oscar winner Tom Hanks came to the defense of his longtime Toy Story castmate Tim Allen, who was controversially not cast as the voice of Buzz Lightyear in the new Lightyear origin movie. 'How about that?' the 65-year-old acting legend - who voiced Sheriff Woody Pride - lamented to CinemaBlend's ReelBlend podcast on June 24. 'Actually, I wanted to go head-to-head with Tim Allen [at the box office with Elvis] and then they didn't let Tim Allen do it. I don't understand that.' 'How about that?' Two-time Oscar winner Tom Hanks came to the defense of his longtime Toy Story castmate Tim Allen (pictured in 2019), who was controversially not cast as the voice of Buzz Lightyear in the new Lightyear origin movie Tom stressed that he's simply grateful people are returning to the cinema following years of stress and isolation amid the COVID-19 pandemic. 'I want to go back in the theater with a bunch of strangers and leave with something in common,' Hanks said. RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next 'It has no...
    INGLEWOOD, Calif. -- Snoop Dogg says he won't let the big Super Bowl stage rattle his nerves. The ultra-smooth rapper said he will worry about his upcoming halftime performance after the fact."For me, when performing, I never let the moment get bigger than me," said Snoop Dogg in a recent interview with The Associated Press from his studio compound in Inglewood, California, a suburb of Los Angeles where the Super Bowl will be held Sunday. He'll take the stage with Dr. Dre, Eminem, Kendrick Lamar and Mary J. Blige."I'm not going to understand it until it happens," he continued. "While it's happening, I'm in the zone. I'm stuck to the script, laser focused, being on point, sounding good, looking good and feeling good. I want to give off a great presentation. After the fact, it's when I'll be nervous about watching it to see what the reaction is. But while I'm going through it, it's nothing."Snoop Dogg calls performing at the Super Bowl in his home state a "dream come true." He said he's looking forward to sharing the stage...
    LOS ANGELES (AP) — Snoop Dogg says he won’t let the big Super Bowl stage rattle his nerves. The ultra-smooth rapper said he will worry about his upcoming halftime performance after the fact. “For me, when performing, I never let the moment get bigger than me,” said Snoop Dogg in a recent interview with The Associated Press from his studio compound in Inglewood, California, a metropolitan Los Angeles city where the Super Bowl will be held Sunday. He’ll take the stage with Dr. Dre, Eminem, Kendrick Lamar and Mary J. Blige. “I’m not going to understand it until it happens,” he continued. “While it’s happening, I’m in the zone. I’m stuck to the script, laser focused, being on point, sounding good, looking good and feeling good. I want to give off a great presentation. After the fact, it’s when I’ll be nervous about watching it to see what the reaction is. But while I’m going through it, it’s nothing.” Snoop Dogg calls performing at the Super Bowl in his home state a “dream come true.” He said he’s looking...
    CNN host Chris CuomoChris CuomoSan Francisco DA charges 9 involved in organized retail thefts Rittenhouse defense attorney says he threw Tucker Carlson's film crew 'out of the room several times' Former 'Rust' camera chief says armorer lawyer's claim of sabotage is 'dangerous' MORE asked a top aide to former New York Gov. Andrew CuomoAndrew CuomoWill media portrayals of Rittenhouse lead to another day in court? NY Assembly report corroborates Cuomo harassment claims The real 'threat to democracy'? Pols who polarize us with their opinions MORE (D), his brother, to let him assist the team crafting the governor's response to allegations of inappropriate conduct made against the Democrat late last year.  "Please let me help with the prep," Cuomo wrote to Melissa DeRosa, a top advisor to the governor in a text message on March 3.  In another message, DeRosa wrote to Cuomo about a "Rumor going around from politico 1-2 more ppl coming out tomorrow," in reference to more accusers coming forward against Andrew Cuomo, asking the primetime anchor to check on them with his "sources."  "No one has heard that yet," Cuomo responded.  Days later, Cuomo sent...
    A WOMAN has said she doesn’t want her husband to buy any birthday presents for his son - people are saying she’s ‘awful’ but she thinks it’s entirely reasonable. When the 29-year-old first met her husband seven years ago, she didn’t know he had a child from a previous relationship, she explained.  1The woman can't understand why her husband is annoyed at herCredit: Getty When she found out about his son, she said she was ok with it, and the pair have now been married for four years.  She said: “He has always sent his son birthday and Christmas gifts, and has sometimes gone to special events, and over the course of the time I've known him, he's definitely gotten more into his fatherly role.” The issues have started to arise now, however, as she doesn’t want her husband to spend any money on his son. “Over the course of this year, my husband and I have been saving up to buy a new house and we are getting pretty close to the amount of money we'd need for the...
    On Thursday’s broadcast of “Fox Business Tonight,” Atossa Therapeutics founder Dr. Steven Quay stated that failing to properly understand the risks of gain of function research and properly oversee scientists is “an existential threat to life as we know it on this planet.” Host Brian Brenberg asked, [relevant remarks begin around 2:45] “How much risk are we putting ourselves at by not landing on this lab leak origin and doing something about it? It sounds to me like we’re setting ourselves up for more of this because we can’t — we won’t let ourselves get to the bottom of the origin of this virus.” Quay responded, “That’s absolutely true. If we do not, as a public, ask the scientists to tell us the gain — the risk and benefit of doing this called gain of function research, if we let them do it and we keep it under their control, the next pandemic could be 20, 30, 40% lethality. So, just think about what we just went through with a 1% lethal virus, multiply that by 20, 30, 40. This...
    Meghan Markle struggled to 'switch off' the American dream' and understand her 'duty was to the Queen', a US-born viscountess has claimed in a new documentary. Meghan at 40: The Climb to Power, which airs on Channel 5 on Saturday ahead of The Duchess of Sussex' landmark birthday on 4th August, explores the former Suits star's life from being born in California to her relationship with The Firm today. Speaking in the programme Julie Montagu, who was born in Illinois but moved to the UK 16 years ago when she married Luke Timothy Charles Montagu, Viscount Hinchingbrooke, the son of the 11th Earl of Sandwich, explained that Meghan's struggle with her in-laws came from an inability to 'let go' of American ideals. Meghan Markle struggled to 'switch off' the American dream' and understand her 'duty was to the Queen' as US-born viscountress has claimed in a new documentary. Meghan and the Queen are pictured in 2018 at Buckingham Palace  'You can't really be anything you want to be or do anything you want to do or say anything you...
    The Cuomo allegations matter Texas governor lifts mask mandate and declares: Its time to open 100% NFL veteran Wale Ogunleye traded in the locker room for the boardroom when he became head of UBS’s Athletes and Entertainers Client Segment. With the former pro-bowler (who has an MBA from George Washington University) at the helm, the division has launched two initiatives to help students of all ages develop money smarts. Ogunleye joined Yahoo Finance Live to discuss the importance of financial literacy. Load Error At the college level, the big bank is partnering with the Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (SIAC), which includes 14 colleges and universities, 13 of which are historically Black schools, to provide financial literacy curriculum and information about careers in finance. Ogunleye knows first hand there's a need for such a partnership. “As a former athlete I have experienced it. I met a financial advisor and they spoke in jargon and they assumed that because I had all this money that I should ... understand the things that they were saying … Finance and money are...
    All of the Echo devices can also help little ones become bookworms with a new Reading Sidekick feature, which will follow along as they read, take turns and provide feedback. Amazon will soon start testing that with Kids+ subscribers. And to make Alexa even more child-friendly (which I’m sure will irk plenty of privacy concerned parents), the voice assistant will also soon support voice profiles for kids. Similar to the Echo Studio, Amazon says the new Echo can automatically tune itself to deliver the best sound quality for your space. And for the first time, Amazon is giving it some machine learning smarts with its AZ1 Neural Edge processor. That’ll let the Echo run inference engines on its own, allowing for things like a model for neural speech recognition that’ll let it understand speech even faster than before. That should help to avoid the more annoying instances where your Echo takes a while to understand you (the absolute worst part of voice-based computing). Additionally, you can also teach Alexa directly when she misunderstands you. Given all of the upgrades that...
    Commentators came out of the woodwork to ridicule President Trump for allegedly turning his Tuesday news conference into a campaign rally (and for being unpresidential). So what if he did? The commentators objected that Trump veered into other topics when he was supposed to be talking about China and Hong Kong. Horrors! The press corps has no standing to complain about topic drift at presidential press conferences when it routinely uses such events to ask questions unrelated to the announced topic. TRUMP LASHES OUT AT BIDEN IN ROSE GARDEN: 'THERE'S NEVER BEEN A TIME WHEN TWO CANDIDATES WERE SO DIFFERENT' Presidents always frame their policy positions in the most favorable political light, especially this close to an election. Don't even think about saying Trump is unique on this. Of course Trump is going to argue that his actions warrant his reelection. It's absurd to claim that's unusually political, as if it's possible to separate policy from politics. But the liberal media's hypocrisy is hardly noteworthy anymore. We'd be fools to expect fairness from them.More from Opinion Liz Peek: Democrats beware...
    NFL offensive linemen Zach Banner and Mitchell Schwartz and defensive lineman Khalil McKenzie Jr. released messages on anti-Semitism on Wednesday in the wake of the uproar over DeSean Jackson’s Adolf Hitler and Louis Farrakhan-related posts. Banner, who plays for the Pittsburgh Steelers, released a heartfelt video “to transition from the incident and move forward as a community.” STEPHEN JACKSON SAYS 'I LOVE JEWS,' PRAISES LOUIS FARRAKHAN WHILE EXPLAINING DESEAN JACKSON DEFENSE “This beautiful city of Pittsburgh ... and we need to understand Jewish people deal with the same amount of hate and similar hardships and hard times,” Banner said. “I'm not trying to get emotional right now, but I want to preach to the Black and Brown community that we need to uplift them and put our arms around them. Just as much when we talk about Black Lives Matter and elevating ourselves, we can't do that while stepping on the back of other people to elevate ourselves, and that's very, very important to me, and it should be important to everyone. “We can't preach equality but in result flip the script and change...
1