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    JAMES Corden is quitting his hit US talk show — so he can spend more time with his family in Britain. The 43-year-old actor and entertainer has turned down a multi-million pound deal to carry on hosting The Late Late Show. 6James Corden is quitting his hit US talk show — so he can spend more time with his family in Britain 6In February last year he and Prince Harry cruised around LA in a double-decker bus 6Tens of millions of viewers have tuned in to see his Carpool Karaoke slot where he gets behind the wheel to sing with celebrities such as Adele A friend of LA-based James said: “This has been one of the hardest decisions of James’s life but the time is right after seven years.” He wants to spend more time in Britain watching West Ham and being with his family after deciding to quit his hit US chat show. Bosses on The Late Late Show offered to make him the highest-paid Brit on American TV to keep him. But James, 43, turned down a long-term...
    A Pennsylvania motorist spoke out about the moment he warned other drivers about the Pittsburgh bridge collapse before one of the cars rolled down into the debris.  Driver Jeremy Habowski considers himself lucky to be a survivor after he and other motorists were unable to stop their vehicles in time during the collapse.  'The scariest part was definitely going over the edge because there was a gap and my car left the ground,' Habowski told CNN. He then checked on another driver following the collapse and attempted to stop other vehicles from driving into the debris. 'I got off the bridge and started crawling up the hill to warn other drivers,' he continued. 'But the silver car ended up going over when I neared the top.' Other vehicles, however, managed to stop in time after the silver car went drove over the edge. During the collapse, four vehicles were on the bridge at the time with only 10 minor injuries reported at the scene, according to Pittsburgh Fire Chief Darryl Jones. 'It was a lot to take in,' Habowski added....
    For National Fajita Day, Elizabeth Van Lierde’s "Chipotle Mezcal Steak Fajitas" recipe is a must-try. "If you're looking for a casual date night where you can still turn up the heat, head to the grill. One of my favorite ways to spice up dinner at home is to simply take things outside. Light a few candles on your patio or balcony and grill up these fiery mezcal-marinated steak fajitas," Van Lierde writes in her book, Everyday Entertaining: 110+ Recipes for Going All Out When You're Staying In.  She continues, "Tender skirt steak marinated in a rich mezcal-citrus blend, charred to perfection, and served alongside all of the classic fajita accoutrements." Ready to get to sizzling? The full recipe is below. Try these "Chipotle Mezcal Steak Fajitas" from Elizabeth Van Lierde’s new book, "Everyday Entertaining." (Elizabeth Van Lierde and Abagail Halstead) CHEF’S FAMOUS CRAB CAKES HE SERVES AT TOP SOUTH CAROLINA RESTAURANT: TRY THE RECIPE Chipotle Mezcal Steak FajitasPrep time: 4.5 hours (includes 4 hours of marinating)  Cook time: 25 minutes  Yield: Serves 4 Ingredients:  ⅓ cup lime juice...
    WHEN the moment arrived, 63 minutes in, it felt like an assault on the senses.  The beauty of a rising, bending 30-yarder, the bulging of the net, the roar of the crowd and the frenzy of wild limbs.  17Jubilant Wes Morgan and keeper Kasper Schmeichel hold aloft the FA Cup as Leicester finally win a final at the fifth attemptCredit: Reuters Youri Tielemans went for the spectacular... and delivered a moment that Leicester City fans will NEVER forget! ????????What a way to break the deadlock in front of the fans at Wembley!#bbcfacup #bbcfootball #CHELEI pic.twitter.com/EU58SFjbYC— Match of the Day (@BBCMOTD) May 15, 2021 17A nightmare for Foxes' sub Wes Morgan, centre, soon became heaven for their whole team as his late own-goal equaliser was ruled out by VARCredit: AFP 17Ben Chilwell is ruled offside by the smallest of margins as he crossed the ball as VAR denied Chelsea a late leveller in the FA Cup final 17Man of the moment Youri Tielemans rightly gets his hands on the FA CupCredit: Getty 17Chelsesa boss Thomas Tuchel can't believe the late VAR agony...
    Hello, MarketWatchers. Don’t miss these top stories:Personal FinanceCouples’ money worries cast financial advisers in a new role: marriage counselor Resolving conflicts over spending and saving is tricky but often necessary.In 24-hour reversal, Cuomo says restaurant workers now eligible for COVID-19 vaccine ‘I’m leaving it up to local governments to determine what fits their situation,’ the New York governor said at a press conference. Mayor de Blasio backs COVID-19 vaccines for New York restaurant workers New York’s restaurant workers should receive priority access to the coronavirus vaccine, Mayor Bill de Blasio said Tuesday.Community colleges and their students were already vulnerable. Then the pandemic hit Enrollment at community colleges typically grows during a recession. This downturn, it's plummeted.ICE won’t make immigration-enforcement arrests at COVID-19 vaccine sites, DHS says 'It is a moral and public-health imperative to ensure that all individuals residing in the United States have access to the vaccine,' the statement said.‘I feel like she has joined some abusive cult’: My wife makes $25,000 and only gets 1.5% annual pay raises. What can I do? ‘I fear she is unmotivated to...
    More from: Cindy Adams Steve Buscemi says Gilbert Gottfried once stiffed him on cab fare Bryan Cranston unravels Showtime thriller Your Honor John Belushis widow Judy talks new Showtime doc on comic Vin Diesel stops on the 405 in LA to help NYC woman change her tire Cindy Adams remembers David Dinkins Everything gone is back. New crime drama about the Guccis (and Maurizio Gucci’s 1995 murder) has Jeremy Irons, Adam Driver, Al Pacino, Jared Leto. Ridley Scott directing. Lady Gaga plays Maurizio’s ex-wife, who was convicted of ordering the hit — after he had an affair … More everything old: A Carol Burnett movie based on her memoir “Carrie and Me” is coming. Tina Fey’s producing … More. Johnny Cash’s wife before June Carter was Vivian Liberto. They met in a Texas roller rink. Married 13 years. Mother of his four daughters, whom she raised while Cash was on the road making cash. Misidentified as being black and threatened by the KKK. All in the new documentary “My Darling Vivian.” Rosanne Cash: “She was always shown as a shrew. After their divorce, the public saw her as...
    Emmanuel Duron attacked the referee after being ejected in the 2nd quarter. YouTube/MonitorNews A shocking video shows the moment a Texas High School football star ran back on to the pitch and viciously attacked a referee after being ejected from a game. Edinburg High senior Emmanuel Duron was escorted away by police after slamming the official to the ground, who was evaluated in an ambulance for concussion symptoms.  It is unclear whether Duron will face criminal charges for the attack. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. A shocking video shows the moment a Texas High School football star ran back on to the pitch and attacked the referee after being ejected from a game. Edinburg High senior Emmanuel Duron sprinted from the sideline toward the referee after the official had disqualified him in the 2nd quarter for a late hit on an opposition player from PSJA High School. Duron slammed directly into the referee at full speed. The official fell to the floor and remained down while the Edinburg defensive lineman was dragged away by teammates and...
    Ryan Cabrera proposes to WWE star Alexa Bliss, plus more stars who got engaged in 2020 Only 26% of Americans Feel Confident When Car Shopping Washingtons huge comeback fell short in the final seconds when Chase Youngs terrible late hit led to a game-winning field goal © Provided by INSIDER Chase Young. AP Photo/Duane Burleson Washington defensive end Chase Young cost his team a shot at overtime on Sunday. With the game tied 27-27 and just seconds remaining in regulation, Washington and the Detroit Lions looked to be heading to overtime. Young made a boneheaded late hit on Lions quarterback Matthew Stafford, giving Detroit 15 yards. Detroit made the most of Young's mistake, getting into field goal range and sending a game-winner through the uprights as time expired. After the game, Young acknowledged his mistake. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Rookie defense end Chase Young is one of the most disruptive young pass-rushers in the NFL, but on Sunday, his aggressiveness cost the Washington Football Team a shot at victory. After trailing 24-3 in the third...
    Chase Young. AP Photo/Duane Burleson Washington defensive end Chase Young cost his team a shot at overtime on Sunday. With the game tied 27-27 and just seconds remaining in regulation, Washington and the Detroit Lions looked to be heading to overtime. Young made a boneheaded late hit on Lions quarterback Matthew Stafford, giving Detroit 15 yards. Detroit made the most of Young's mistake, getting into field goal range and sending a game-winner through the uprights as time expired. After the game, Young acknowledged his mistake. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Rookie defense end Chase Young is one of the most disruptive young pass-rushers in the NFL, but on Sunday, his aggressiveness cost the Washington Football Team a shot at victory. After trailing 24-3 in the third quarter, Washington fought their way back against the Lions, with kicker Dustin Hopkins putting a 41-yard field goal through the uprights with just 16 seconds remaining to tie the game 27-27. At the time, it looked as though Washington had done enough to force overtime. But Detroit came out and...
    MONTEREY — The smoke probably won’t go away for another couple of days as temperatures start to cool off across the Bay Area, but forecasters are hoping that a storm system due at the end of the week will bring the moisture necessary to put out the massive wildfires burning across the North Bay, the National Weather Service said. Firefighters battling the destructive Glass Fire in California wine country were cautiously optimistic on Saturday that weather conditions could aid them against the blaze starting Monday, though temperatures will remain high across the region through Tuesday. The fire had ripped through and burned 63,885 acres in Napa and Sonoma counties as of Sunday morning, with containment at about 17%. The fire has already ripped through historic wineries and several homes. It’s even blazing through vast swaths of fire-scarred hillsides that had previously been burned in the August lightning complex fires and other North Bay fires in the past few years. But National Weather Meteorologist Rick Canepa said Sunday that forecasting models agree a low pressure system from the northwest is making...
    Colfax Avenue, the country's longest main street that was also the legendary Route 40, has seen a lot of businesses come and go during its lengthy history, and another one just hit a major roadblock: Route 40, the restaurant that replaced the Goods at 2550 East Colfax Avenue, has shut its doors...for now. "It just didn’t make sense to stay open daily with the cold weather coming," says Charlie Woolley, the developer who turned the old Bonfils Theatre into the Lowenstein Complex, which also holds Twist & Shout and a Tattered Cover. "The restaurant will do events and pop-ups to stay in front of their customers." Route 40 just opened at the end of June; it was a revisioning of the Goods, which Mark Whistler had run since 2016. (Before that, the U Baron Group operated The Good Son there; Paul Reilly's Encore was the first restaurant in the space, which had been the theater's lobby.) Late last year, Whistler was looking for a way to change the focus of his restaurant; Woolley suggested that he talk to Jonny Barber,...
    On Saturday night, South Dakota Attorney General Jason Ravnsborg, a Republican, was driving home from a South Dakota Republican Party fundraiser dinner when, as he initially told authorities, his car hit something while on a rural stretch of U.S. Highway 14. He says he called 911 right away—around 10:30 PM—and told authorities it was some large animal, possibly a deer. Apparently, it was actually a person. According to his media statement from late on Monday, the state attorney general initially stopped his car and used the flashlight on his cell phone to investigate the area but found nothing except pieces of his car. A sheriff’s deputy, Mike Volek, arrived on the scene to fill out collision paperwork, and according to Ravnsborg’s statement: “At no time did either of us suspect that I had been involved in an accident with a person.” He discovered the body the next day when he returned to the scene. Authorities identified the man was Joseph Boever, a 55-year-old man who had seemingly crashed his truck earlier and had been walking back toward it when he was hit. Now, Boever’s family wants answers. Ravnsborg said...
    Researchers at the Harvard Medical School say new data could indicate the coronavirus outbreak began in Wuhan, China in summer or fall of 2019, much earlier than previously believed. The researchers tracked the traffic flow via satellite in the same manner as intelligence agencies monitor activities of foreign countries or suspected criminals, according to a study released Monday by ABC News. Medical workers from outside Wuhan pose for pictures with a Chinese Communist Party flag at the Wuhan Railway Station before leaving the epicenter of the novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak, in Hubei province, China March 17, 2020. Picture taken March 17, 2020. REUTERS/Stringer The group “observed a dramatic increase in hospital traffic outside five major Wuhan hospitals beginning late summer and early fall 2019,” Dr. John Brownstein, who led the Harvard medical team, told ABC news. He is the chief innovation officer at Boston Children’s Hospital as well as the director of the medical center’s Computational Epidemiology Lab. (RELATED: Mike Pompeo Blames Chinese Communist Party For Global ‘Suffering’ Due To COVID-19) Brownstein is also an ABC News contributor. He...
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