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    Adam Levine is planning to get back on the road with his band Maroon 5 as he tries to put his new sexting scandal behind him, despite a fifth woman coming forward with claims.  The 43-year-old Maroon 5 frontman will be leading the band at an upcoming performance in Las Vegas, sources with direct knowledge told TMZ. Yesterday, DailyMail.com exclusively revealed how Alabama college student Ashley Russell, 21, claimed that she had also received inappropriate messages from Levine - who is married to Victoria's Secret model Behati Prinsloo.  The show, which is set for October 1 and has been dubbed 'The Event,' is a fundraiser put on by The Shaquille O'Neal Foundation. Back on the road: Adam Levine, 43, will try to put his sexting scandal behind him with a performance with his band Maroon 5 in Las Vegas next month, sources told TMZ on Thursday; seen in November 2021 in West Hollywood The organization works with Boys and Girl Clubs and Communities in Schools organizations to help underserved children. Adam and the band's performance will be at the MGM Grand....
    With her petite, athletic frame and mass of stylishly messy blonde hair, Gerard Piqué's new girlfriend bears more than a passing resemblance to his estranged wife Shakira.  The footballer, 35, stepped out with PR student Clara Chia Marti, 23, at a recent wedding, and photographs capture her striking likeness to the Colombian pop star, 45. But Piqué is far from the only famous man to have a definite 'type' when it comes to his romantic partners.  Adam Levine, Matt Bellamy and Simon Cowell have all found love with women who look remarkably similar to their exes. Here, FEMAIL shares some of the most striking examples...   Gerard Piqué  Shakira and her footballer ex Gerard Pique (right) announced the end of their 11-year partnership earlier this year and he was spotted kissing his new lookalike girlfriend Clara Chia Marti, three months after the split (left)  RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Woman, 30, who lived as a trans man for 15 years after... Celebrity family feuds: As Britney Spears publicly slams her... 'Diana would still be...
    YouTube Nolan Neal on 'The Voice' Nolan Neal, a contestant on “The Voice” and “America’s Got Talent” was found dead on Monday, July 18, 2022 by his cousin in the Nashville apartment they share. He was 41 years old. According to Entertainment Weekly, the Tennessee native “appeared on season 11 of The Voice in 2016, where he competed on Team Adam Levine before his elimination in the Knockout round. He also competed in season 15 of AGT in 2020, making it to the Quarterfinals in the Judges’ Choice before his elimination.” Neal was known for being candid about his struggles with addiction. No cause of death has been reported at this time. However, TMZ reports that in the bedroom where the body was found, “was a guitar pick that ‘appeared to contain a powder residue.’”WATCH Neal’s Blind Audition Play VideoVideo related to watch: all of the late nolan neal’s performances from ‘the voice’2022-07-19T14:53:31-04:00 Neal performed Elton John’s “Tiny Dancer” for his blind audition, which earned him a four-chair turn from coaches Blake Shelton, Adam Levine, Miley Cyrus and...
    White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre hosted a private White House briefing in the press briefing room Thursday night for parents, parenting writers and influencers.  She invited Adm. Rachel Levine, the U.S. assistant secretary for health, and Dr. Ashish Jha, the White House coronavirus coordinator, to discuss the ongoing baby formula shortage and COVID-19 vaccines.  The event took place after the White House had called a 'lid' for the day - indicating reporters can leave - and participants refused to answer questions from the press.  'I'm not answering any questions. Thank you. Nice to meet you, though,' Levine told journalists as she left the room, after posing for photos with several of the babies parents had brought along.  Levine was asked twice about when President Joe Biden was made aware of the baby formula crisis and who briefed the president on it.  'Any US government official who stands at that podium should be ready to take any question from any member of our press corps – particularly one that gets at accountability on an issue of importance to the whole country,'...
    The last standing public pay phone in New York City was removed on Monday morning. The removal of two pay phones from a sidewalk on Seventh Avenue and West 50th Street marked the "end of an era" and the beginning of a new one, as city officials look to replace the old technology with public Wi-Fi hotspots, Manhattan Borough President Mark Levine said. LETITIA JAMES OPENS INQUIRY INTO SOCIAL MEDIA PLATFORMS USED BEFORE THE BUFFALO SHOOTING "No more fishing in your pocket for quarters," Levine tweeted. The initiative, which was spearheaded under former New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio in 2014, is replacing the outdated infrastructure with LinkNYC kiosks across the five boroughs. Each kiosk provides "public Wi-Fi, phone calls, device charging, and a tablet for access to city services, maps, and directions," according to the company, LinkNYC. END OF AN ERA.NYC’s last free-standing pay phones removed this a.m. in Times Sq. (7th Ave & 50th St.).No more fishing in your pocket for quarters.pic.twitter.com/ZtRhzWPp4G— Mark D. Levine (@MarkLevineNYC) May 23, 2022 The...
    MIDTOWN MANHATTAN (WABC) -- Once, not so long ago, pay phones were a common sight all around New York City, and they had been for over a century. But then came cellular phones in the late 1990s, and the number of public phones began to decline. And later, smart phones like the iPhone arrived. And pay phones kept disappearing.Even Verizon, the legacy New York phone-service provider once known as New York Telephone, NYNEX and Bell Atlantic, unplugged from the pay phone business, those coin bank holders no longer overflowing.On Monday, the last public pay phone, still featuring the classic Bell System logo, was unplugged from the streets of New York City, on Seventh Avenue and West 50th Street in Midtown Manhattan."What a beautiful day to be here to celebrate the end of what used to be the primary lifeline service for many New Yorkers," said Matthew Fraser, New York City's chief technology officer.The decades-long slow death of the pay phone accelerated in 2015, when the city, along with its telecom partner, the consortium known as CityBridge, began to install LinkNYC...
    MIDTOWN MANHATTAN (WABC) -- Once, not so long ago, pay phones were a common sight all around New York City, and they had been for over a century. But then came cellular phones in the late 1990s, and the number of public phones began to decline. And later, smart phones like the iPhone arrived. And pay phones kept disappearing.Even Verizon, the legacy New York phone-service provider once known as New York Telephone, NYNEX and Bell Atlantic, unplugged from the pay phone business, those coin bank holders no longer overflowing.On Monday, the last pay phone, still featuring the classic Bell System logo, was unplugged from the streets of New York City, on Seventh Avenue and West 50th Street in Midtown Manhattan."What a beautiful day to be here to celebrate the end of what used to be the primary lifeline service for many New Yorkers," said Matthew Fraser, New York City's chief technology officer.The decades-long slow death of the pay phone accelerated in 2015, when the city, along with its telecom partner, the consortium known as CityBridge, began to install LinkNYC kiosks,...
    MIAMI (CBSMiami) – Miami-Dade County Mayor Daniella Levine Cava welcomed leaders around the world to discuss the issues of climate change at the Global Resilience Forum Monday. “It’s actually more dangerous than any other weather-related illness or incidents,” Cava said. READ MORE: Gov. Ron DeSantis Pumps Brakes On Petition For Elon Musk To Move Twitter Headquarters To FloridaThe inaugural forum focuses on the changing hotter weather patterns. “We’re gonna have go an average of seven days a year with a heat index of 105 to 88 in the next 30 years,” said Miami-Dade County Chief Heat Officer Jane Gilbert. “We all have to learn from each other, we are in the same situation as others and we really benefit when we hear adaptation strategies, mitigation strategies,” Cava added. A total of 125 leading experts from the US and other countries participated, including the chief heat officer from Athens Greece. “You get these red and gray skies, it’s almost apocalyptic the feeling and then this ash,” said Eleni Myrivili, describing the wildfires that scorched Greece last summer. READ MORE: NE Miami-Dade...
    The Babylon Bee, a satire website, had its account locked earlier this month, but CEO Seth Dillon declared that the company will not delete the post in order to regain access: "We're not deleting anything. Truth is not hate speech. If the cost of telling the truth is the loss of our Twitter account, then so be it," he tweeted. Charlie Kirk's account was also slapped down by the social media company over a tweet related to Levine. And Twitter also took issue with a tweet on Fox News host Tucker Carlson's account — that post, which referenced the offending tweets from Kirk and the Babylon Bee, stated, "But wait. Both these tweets are true."
    Conservative Christian satire website The Babylon Bee has been suspended by Twitter over a tweet naming transgender US Assistant Secretary of Health Dr Rachel Levine its 'Man of the Year.' Despite facing the prospect of a permanent ban from the social media platform, the website has struck a defiant pose, refusing to delete the offending tweet targeting the trailblazing government official.  'Truth is not hate speech,' Seth Dillon, the website's CEO, tweeted on Sunday. 'If the cost of telling the truth is the loss of our Twitter account, then so be it.'  On March 15, The Babylon Bee's Twitter account fired off a tweet featuring a link to an article bearing the headline: 'The Babylon Bee’s Man Of The Year Is Rachel Levine.' The Christian satire website The Babylon Bee was suspended from Twitter on Sunday for posting a story calling US Assistant Secretary of Health Dr Rachel Levine, who is a transgender woman, 'Man of The Year' Twitter suspended the site for violating its ruling against 'hateful conduct'  Babylon Bee CEO Seth Dillon has refused to remove the...
    MIAMI-DADE (CBSMiami) — Miami-Dade County Mayor Daniella Levine Cava announced Friday that COVID-safety policies related to masking, hospital reporting and employee testing will be lifted, as the County transitions from ‘crisis mode’ to ‘safety mode.’ “I’m proud to share that we’ve been on a steady decline and our positivity average is now 5%, in addition to a significant decrease in hospitalizations,” said Mayor Levine Cava. “This extraordinary news is a direct result of our community having the highest vaccination rate in the state and above the national average – and because of everyone who wore masks and took the proven steps to help stop the spread. This enormous sacrifice from our community has made this moment possible and because of that, we can now enter a new phase on how we view and treat this pandemic. To finally turn the page on this crisis, and in consultation with our Chief Medical Officer Dr. Peter Paige, today, I am updating our County’s COVID guidelines,” said Miami-Dade County Mayor. READ MORE: Miami International Airport's Parking Garages No Longer Accept SunPass For PaymentThe following updates...
    MIAMI (CBSMiami) – On Tuesday, four little piggies were saved from ending up in your tio’s caja china or becoming Noche Buena’s lechón asado. In what is now a Miami-only tradition, the 4th Annual Pardoning of the Pig Ceremony was held at the Latin Cafe 2000. READ MORE: Firefighters Battle 2-Alarm Apartment Fire In Miami GardensThe ceremony was attended by non-other than Miami-Dade County Mayor Daniella Levine Cava, who officially pardoned Manchita, Sakura, Shlomo, and David. The once-horno-bound piggies have been adopted by families who will provide a safe haven with space to run and play. READ MORE: This Year's CAMACOL Food Giveaway Limited To 500 Baskets & Drive-Thru Only“This is my second annual pig pardoning ceremony, and as I said last year, it won’t be my last,” said Levine Cava. “It’s wonderful to be able to pardon the offspring of Layla, who was pardoned in 2018. Our unique Miami tradition is roasted pig or lechon for the holidays and these four little ones will never see a Caja China as long as they remain in Miami Dade...
    Hilaria Baldwin appeared to be in good spirits as she enjoyed an evening stroll with her children on Tuesday evening - despite the outing coming just one day after her husband Alec was caught on camera charging at a reporter who questioned him about the fatal Rust shooting.  The 37-year-old mother-of-six stepped out to get some fresh air in New York City with three of her children, with images showing Hilaria laughing and smiling as they walked along the sidewalk alongside a woman who appeared to be a family nanny.  Hilaria, whose real name is Hillary Thomas, bundled up against the cold weather in a $2,795 white shearling coat from Moncler, which she wore over a pair of blue jeans, before finishing her look off with some $332 black pearl-embellished shearling mules from Alameda Turquesa.  She was joined on the walk by her three oldest children - daughter Carmen, eight, and sons Rafael, six, and Leonardo, five - all of whom were wrapped up warm in heavy coats and were seen laughing and joking with their mother.  Hilaria's light-hearted family stroll comes...
    Rep. Jim Banks (R-Ind) has been suspended from Twitter following his offensive remark insulting a transgender government official, according to USA Today. On Saturday, October 23, Banks tweeted his reaction to Dr. Rachel Levine being appointed as an admiral and the highest-ranking official of the U.S. Public Health Service Commissioned Corps. Levine also made history by becoming the United States' first openly transgender four-star officer." Responding to Surgeon General Vivek Murthy, Banks wrote, "The title of first female four-star officer gets taken by a man." Per USA Today, a spokesperson for Twitter detailed Banks' suspension and the requirement he must satisfy to access his account again. The spokesperson stated "that Banks's account was 'temporarily locked for violating our Hateful Conduct Policy,' adding that Banks 'is required to delete the violative Tweet' before he can regain access to his account." USA Today also noted that Banks' actions are in violation of Twitter's community policy which "prohibits the 'targeting others with repeated slurs, tropes or other content that intends to dehumanize, degrade or reinforce negative or harmful stereotypes about a protected...
                      by Ailan Evans  Twitter flagged a tweet from Republican Rep. Jim Banks sent out on Oct. 19 calling Dr. Rachel Levine, who is transgender, a man, the Daily Caller News Foundation has learned. “The title of the first female four-star officer gets taken by a man,” Banks said in a now-locked tweet, in reference to Levine getting sworn in as a four-star admiral to the U.S. Public Health Service Commissioned Corps on Tuesday. The tweet was flagged as “hateful conduct” and Banks’ account was temporarily restricted until he deletes the tweet. Levine, who was born a man as Richard Levine and transitioned in 2011, previously served as Pennsylvania Health Secretary, and attracted controversy for ordering nursing homes to accept COVID-19 patients early in the pandemic. Twitter did not immediately respond when reached for comment by the DCNF. Twitter’s “hateful conduct” policy expressly prohibits referring to a transgender person by a gender other than the one they prefer. “We prohibit targeting others with repeated slurs, tropes or other content that intends to dehumanize, degrade or reinforce negative or...
    Twitter flagged a tweet from Republican Rep. Jim Banks sent out on Oct. 19 calling Dr. Rachel Levine, who is transgender, a man, the Daily Caller News Foundation has learned. “The title of the first female four-star officer gets taken by a man,” Banks said in a now-locked tweet, in reference to Levine getting sworn in as a four-star admiral to the U.S. Public Health Service Commissioned Corps on Tuesday. The tweet was flagged as “hateful conduct” and Banks’ account was temporarily restricted until he deletes the tweet. (RELATED: JD Vance Says Twitter Suspended His Campaign Press Account With ‘No Explanation’) Levine, who was born a man as Richard Levine and transitioned in 2011, previously served as Pennsylvania Health Secretary, and attracted controversy for ordering nursing homes to accept COVID-19 patients early in the pandemic. A screenshot of a now-locked tweet by Rep. Jim Banks calling Dr. Rachel Levine a man. (Screenshot/Twitter/Rep. Jim Banks) Twitter did not immediately respond when reached for comment by the DCNF. Twitter’s “hateful conduct” policy expressly prohibits referring to a transgender person by a gender other than the one...
    Fans of the reality TV cooking competition "Chopped" may want to check out a popular Long Island restaurant. The eatery, 317 Main Street, is owned by "Chopped" champion, Chef Eric LeVine.  The restaurant, named after its address at 317 Main St. in Farmingdale, is a gastropub and American Grill.  The menu features a variety of burgers, including a "Crispy Chicken" burger and "Cuban Style" burger, along with a "burger of the week," a new weekly creation by LeVine and his team. Other menu offerings include garlic shrimp tacos, pan-seared salmon, filet mignon and more. Check out the full menu here. The restaurant also offers a variety of craft cocktails, including the PB&J Old Fashion, which is made with peanut butter whisky. Online reviewers have praised the service, noting that LeVine often comes to check in on customers to see if they've enjoyed the meal.  "This is hands down one of our FAVORITE restaurants on Long Island," Olivia C., of New York, said in a Yelp review. "You can really feel the love in all of the food and surroundings. Chef Eric is one...
    John Hinckley Jr., the man who attempted to assassinate the late President Ronald Reagan, will be released in June 2022 from all restrictions. A federal judge approved on Monday an agreement between the Department of Justice and Hinckley’s lawyer. Hinckley, 66, attempted to kill Reagan in 1981 outside a hotel in Washington, D.C. Reagan survived being shot, while a few of his aides were also wounded. Then-White House Press Secretary James Brady suffered the worst with brain damage and was permanently disabled. Brady succumbed to his brain injuries in 2014. In 1982, Hinckley was found not guilty by reason of insanity but was committed to a psychiatric hospital for over three decades. He was released in 2016 as his restrictions lessened. These restrictions included having no contact with “actress Jodie Foster, whom he said helped inspire his assassination attempt, as well as the families of Reagan and others wounded during” the assassination attempt, reported NPR. Hinckley was also prohibited from owning a firearm. Additionally, according to NPR: The court has allowed him to release art work and music under...
    DETROIT (AP) — Over 30 million air bags in more than 200 models from 20 car and truck makers are being investigated by a U.S. safety agency because they have the potential to explode and hurl shrapnel. In a document posted Tuesday, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration said it opened the probe into air bag inflators made from 2011 through 2019 by now-bankrupt Takata that weren’t recalled previously. The probe could reverse a decision made in May of last year not to recall the inflators, which contain a moisture-absorbing chemical called a dessicant. It wasn’t clear what prompted the agency to open the investigation. Last year, it decided against recalling the inflators, based largely on industry research, and said it would monitor them. “While no present safety risk has been identified, further work is needed to evaluate the future risk of non-recalled dessicated inflators,” the agency said in the document. Included in the probe are models made by Honda, Fiat Chrysler (now Stellantis), General Motors, Ford, Nissan, Tesla, BMW, Toyota, Jaguar Land Rover, Daimler Vans, Mitsubishi, Subaru, Mercedes-Benz,...
    SACRAMENTO (CBS SF) – A bill from a North Bay lawmaker that intends to help victims of domestic violence is heading to Gov. Gavin Newsom’s desk after receiving unanimous support from the legislature. Assembly Bill 887 from Assemblymember Marc Levine (D-Marin) will require all court facilities in the state to process petitions for domestic violence restraining orders and temporary restraining orders electronically. The measure cleared its final legislative hurdles last week with a 38-0 vote in the State Senate and a 79-0 vote in the Assembly. As it made its way through the legislature, AB887 had no votes cast against it. “This bill is essential to connecting victims to the help they need and getting them out of a dangerous cycle of violence,” Levine said in a statement. According to Levine’s spokesperson, victims currently are only able to file requests in person, which is difficult because an abuser is more likely to be aware of a victim’s location. The pandemic has made the process even more complicated, with court buildings limiting in-person services or being closed during shelter-in-place orders. “County...
    Joel Rapp, Sitcom Writer on ‘McHale’s Navy’ and ‘Gilligan’s Island,’ Dies at 87 Treasury yields edge higher after data showed U.S. retail sales unexpectedly climbed last month © Provided by NBC Sports Replay Video SETTINGS OFF HD HQ SD LO Skip Ad Anthony Levine Sr. and Justin Ellis were game-day activations Monday night. They did enough against the Raiders to earn spots on the 53-player roster. The Ravens announced they promoted Levine and Ellis to the 53-player roster. The team had open spots on their active roster after placing offensive lineman Tyre Phillips (knee) on injured reserve and waiving running back Trenton Cannon. Levine played 27 snaps on special teams Monday. The Ravens re-signed the veteran safety/linebacker earlier this month after he was part of the team’s final roster cuts. Ellis played 19 snaps against the Raiders and was credited with a solo tackle. He saw action in 13 games for the Ravens last season and had 17 tackles. Ellis adds depth to the defensive line rotation with Derek Wolfe (back/hip) dealing with an injury that sidelined him Week...
    MIAMI (CBSMiami) – Two South Florida families are mourning after losing loved ones to COVID-19. On Monday morning, Monroe County Commissioner Mike Forster passed away from complications of COVID-19. READ MORE: He Came Here For A Gun Battle: Sheriff On Former Marine Bryan Riley, Wearing Body Armor, Who Killed Four Before Gunfight With Deputies “Mike passionately gave his all to the Florida Keys. He fed everyone with food, with love, with encouragement, with positive words, and with hugs. He considered us all one Keys family. Mike never said, ‘we can’t do it,’ but always ‘let’s figure out how we can.’ He passionately fought for all to have a quality of life to sustain living in the Keys with housing, fair wages, and protection of the environment,” said Monroe Commissioner Michelle Coldiron in a statement. Forster moved to the Florida Keys in 1990 and was well known as the owner and operator of Mangrove Mike’s Cafe and Catering and Mangrove Mike’s Cafe at Bud & Mary’s Marina. According to the county’s website, Forster loved fishing, boating, spending time in...
    A bear was caught on surveillance footage stealing a package from a Connecticut home, a video posted to Facebook shows. Kristin Levine, a resident of Bristol, Connecticut, posted a video of a black bear walking off with one of her Amazon deliveries on Facebook Monday. “This guy just took my package! You think @amazon gives replacements for bear thieves?!?” Levine’s post read. In the video, the black bear is seen carrying the package in its mouth by the corner of the box. As the bear walks across the driveway and into some bushes, the camera picks up the recognizable Amazon black and blue tape across the box. “Yea so if anyone sees an Amazon package in the Chippens Hill area with my name on it…feel free to bring it back?” Levine’s post read, NBC Connecticut reported. Later, she updated the post to say that she found the box, which was filled with a package of toilet paper, in a neighbor’s yard. Porch pirates have become a big problem in recent years, but one victim in Bristol, Connecticut, never expected...
    BRISTOL, Conn. (AP) — A Connecticut woman who had a package stolen from her front step discovered the culprit was a black bear. Kristin Levine, of Bristol, posted home surveillance video on Facebook on Monday, showing the bear sauntering across her driveway with the Amazon package in its mouth. “Yea so if anyone sees an Amazon package in the Chippens Hill area with my name on it…feel free to bring it back?” Levine wrote in her post. Levine told NBC Connecticut she received an alert from her security system about five minutes after Amazon dropped of the package and was “taken aback because I wasn’t expecting anyone else in my driveway.” The bear, she said ended up dropping off the parcel in a neighbor’s yard. It was apparently not interested in the contents: several rolls of toilet paper, she said. “It was hysterical like I said, I knew nothing in there was going to be irreplaceable so it was a fun afternoon for sure,” Levine said. Levine’s post received numerous comments, including from people comparing it to the bear from...
    More On: florida building collapse Miami courthouse shut down over ‘safety concerns’ after condo collapse Death toll reaches 90 in Florida building collapse Death toll in Florida collapse rises as recovery workers battle storms ‘Heartbreaking’: Death toll in Surfside condo collapse soars The number of confirmed dead in the collapse of a condo building in Florida last month jumped to 94 Monday after four more bodies were pulled from the rubble. Officials said 22 people remain unaccounted for in the ruins of Champlain Tower South in Surfside, which collapsed on June 24. Miami-Dade Mayor Daniella Levine Cava said during a Monday morning press briefing that 83 of the victims have been identified. “I want to stress that the police and the medical examiner teams are continuing their around-the-clock work to identify victims,” she said. “However, the process of making identifications has become more difficult as time goes on,” Levine Cava added. “The recovery at this point is yielding human remains.” First responders will continue to sift through the rubble, with Levine Cava saying it now appears the...
    Search and Rescue teams look for possible survivors and to recover remains in the collapsed 12-story Champlain Towers South condo building on July 07, 2021 in Surfside, Florida. Officials say the death toll climbed to 36 today, with 109 still unaccounted for.Joe Raedle | Getty Images Search teams have recovered 14 more bodies from the rubble of the collapsed condominium building in Surfside, Florida, bringing the death toll to at least 78 people as of Friday morning, Miami-Dade County Mayor Daniella Levine Cava said during a press conference.  Levine Cava said 62 people are still unaccounted for and detectives are working to verify that each individual listed as missing was actually in Champlain Towers South when it collapsed over two weeks ago. "The magnitude of this tragedy is growing, each and every day. It's an aching hole in the center of this close knit family here in Surfside, a beautiful small close knit community," Levine Cava said. "We know that the hard work of beginning to rebuild is just beginning, for so many of these families and we are committed...
    Search and rescue personnel work at the site of a collapsed Florida condominium complex in Surfside, Miami, in this handout image July 2, 2021.Miami Dade Fire Department | via Reuters Ten more bodies were recovered from the site of the collapse of a Florida condominium building, bringing the death toll to 46, Miami-Dade County Mayor Daniella Levine Cava said in a press conference Wednesday morning.  Ninety-four people remain unaccounted for nearly two weeks after the collapse of Champlain Towers South, Levine Cava added.  "As the magnitude of this catastrophe continues to grow each and every day since the collapse, the community and the world are grieving," Levine Cava said.  Search and rescue teams have been able to reach areas of the pile that were inaccessible prior to the demolition of the building Sunday night, with no reported injuries to any first responders despite difficult conditions at the site, Levine Cava said. Weather conditions have cleared up, allowing rescue teams to continue their search efforts despite initial concerns they'd have to temporarily pause work Wednesday, Levine Cava said. Forecasters downgraded Elsa...
    By TERRY SPENCER SURFSIDE, Fla. (AP) — Four more victims have been be found in the rubble at the site of the Florida condominium collapse, bringing the death toll to 36, a fire official said Tuesday. Miami-Dade Assistant Fire Chief Raide Jadallah told families that the number of bodies recovered Tuesday — eight total — are the highest in one day since the collapse on June 24. THIS IS A BREAKING NEWS UPDATE. AP’s earlier story follows below. SURFSIDE, Fla. (AP) — Officials overseeing the search at the site of the Florida condominium collapse sounded increasingly somber Tuesday about the prospects for finding anyone alive, saying they have detected no new signs of life in the rubble as the death toll climbed to 32. Crews in yellow helmets and blue jumpsuits searched the debris for a 13th day while wind and rain from the outer bands of Tropical Storm Elsa complicated their efforts. Video released by the Miami-Dade County Fire Rescue Department showed workers lugging pickaxes and power saws through piles of concrete rubble barbed with snapped steel rebar. Other...
    MIAMI (CBSMiami) – A search and rescue team member says he witnessed a heartbreaking moment after a young girl was pulled from the rubble of the Surfside building collapse. “We got to see the procession and it was definitely a humbling experience for everyone on the pile,” said Julio Ramos, Florida Task Force 4. READ MORE: Tracking The Tropics: Hurricane Elsa Remains Cat. 1 Storm; Heads In Our General Direction A 7-year-old girl, the daughter of a city of Miami firefighter is one of the two latest victims to be pulled from the collapse of the Champlain Towers South. “Last night was completely different, totally different, and more difficult for our first responders,” said Miami-Dade Mayor Daniella Levine Cava. First responders and search teams have been working tirelessly for now over a week in what remains a rescue operation. “These men and women are paying an enormous human toll each and every day. I ask that you keep all of them in your thoughts and prayers, said Levine Cava. The horrific collapse hits home especially for parents, including Miami Mayor...
    Getty Adam Levine with Maroon 5 performs onstage during the Bud Light Super Bowl Music Fest. Adam Levine made serious bank during his time as a coach on NBC’s “The Voice.” The “Girls Like You” singer left the NBC reality TV singing competition in 2019 after 16 seasons and three wins as a coach, according to Billboard. The Maroon 5 frontman was one of the original coaches on “The Voice” alongside country singer Blake Shelton, who’s appeared on the show since its inception. Here’s how much Levine earned on “The Voice”:Here’s How Much Levine Made on ‘The Voice’The Voice 2017 – Outtakes: Blake Is Lost (Digital Exclusive)The hilarity continues in a new episode of outtakes. Blake tries to teach Alicia, Adam and Gwen his infamous dance moves. Turns out, it's harder than it looks! » Get The Voice Official App: bit.ly/TheVoiceOfficialApp » Subscribe for More: bit.ly/TheVoiceSub » Watch The Voice Mondays 8/7c on NBC! » Stream Anytime: bit.ly/TheVoiceFullEpisodes THE VOICE ON…2017-03-17T04:00:03Z Levine earned a nice paycheck during his time as a coach on “The Voice.” The popular entertainer...
    MIAMI (CBSMiami) – Miami-Dade Mayor Daniella Levine Cava stopped by PortMiami Wednesday morning where a pop-up COVID-19 vaccination site was putting shots in the arms of port workers and anyone who wanted one. “My new motto, I have a motto, so my new motto is no arms left behind,” she said. READ MORE: Couple Found In Miami International Airport Dispute, No Charges Will Be Filed The mayor said the site will be open until 4 p.m. and no appointment was needed. Ancil Hunter got his shot. “It feels great, I barely realized I had gotten it,” he said. Another to get a shot was Rafi Bendavid whose son works for Royal Caribbean. “He knew that I needed to get the shot so he told me the company was offering for the families so if you would like to take it, I said, yes of course,” he said. READ MORE: Broward School Board To Vote Thursday On Future Of Superintendent Robert Runcie Levine Cava said that this will not be the only pop-up location they will be doing. “We also...
    More On: the voice Adam Levine laments there’s no bands anymore’ — despite Maroon 5 Long Island’s Carter Rubin, 15, on defying bullies and winning ‘The Voice’ Taylor Swift sings ‘State Song’ on ‘The Voice,’ America sings along Nick Jonas is replacing Adam Levine on NBC’s ‘The Voice’ While the vocalists belt and battle it out on Season 20 of “The Voice,” which celebrates its 10th anniversary this month, here are the Top 5 winners of NBC’s hit singing competition worth listening to. Javier Colon, Season 1 The West Hartford, Conn.-based crooner won the very first season of “The Voice” for Team Adam Levine in 2011. Later that year, Colon jammed with his coach on the funk-pop ditty “Stand Up” and even opened for Maroon 5 on tour. But his smooth, soulful vocals really shine on his 2016 ballad “It Don’t Matter to the Sun.” Cassadee Pope, Season 3 Pope was a member of the rock band Hey Monday before she became the first woman to win “The Voice” in 2012 by going country under the guidance of Blake...
    NBC Adam Levine left The Voice in 2019, but he’s still a huge fixture in the minds of the other coaches and contestants on the show. During the final round of blind auditions of season 20, Blake Shelton alluded to Levine’s firing and what he joked actually happened to Levine. When contestant Keegan Ferrell performed “She Will Be Loved” by Maroon 5, the coaches started talking about Levine again. Both Kelly Clarkson and Shelton turned their chairs for Ferrell to try to get him to join their team. “I happen to be buddies with the guy who wrote that song,” Shelton told the contestant. Shelton Lied & Said Clarkson Got Levine Fired VideoVideo related to blake shelton says kelly clarkson got adam levine fired from ‘the voice’2021-03-23T11:24:55-04:00 During the part of the audition where coaches try to get contestants to join their team, Shelton resorted to lying to the contestant, which is a tactic he uses quite a bit when trying to fill out Team Shelton. “Take note at who’s missing and who is in that chair,” he told the...
    BLAKE Shelton joked that Kelly Clarkson got Adam Levine FIRED from The Voice two years after Maroon 5 singer's abrupt exit. The father of two joined the judging panel on The Voice when the show premiered on NBC in 2011 before quitting six years later. 8Blake Shelton joked that Kelly Clarkson got Adam Levine firedCredit: NBC 8Kelly Clarkson claimed she loved Adam too muchCredit: NBC During last night's episode of The Voice, contestant Keegan Ferrell auditioned with the song She Will Be Loved by Maroon 5. In the end, Blake and Kelly turned around and battled it out to get Keegan on his team. However, Blake used his friendship with Adam to try and get Keegan on his team. The country star said: "First of all, I happen to be buddies with the guy who wrote and sang that song, and I want you to look, for just a second, at this coaching panel. 8Adam was one of the original judges of The VoiceCredit: Getty - Contributor 8John Legend and Nick Jonas also joined Blake in teasing...
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    Daytime talk show host and real estate connoisseur Ellen DeGeneres is slimming down her property portfolio, having listed a gated Beverly Hills estate — complete with a Tinseltown pedigree — for $53.5 million on Monday. The ivy-covered Los Angeles estate was completely renovated last year “with incredible quality, style and taste,” according to the listing with Kurt Rappaport of Westside Estate Agency, who was not immediately available for comment. If it sells for its ask, or close to, it would mark a sizable windfall for Ms. DeGeneres, 63, and her wife, actress Portia de Rossi, 48. The pair bought the home using a trust in May 2019 for $42.5 million from Maroon 5 frontman Adam Levine. The pop star had owned the five-bedroom home for a little over a year before handing over the keys to Ms. DeGeneres. After buying the spread in March 2018 for $34 million, Mr. Levine, 41, and his wife, model Behati Prinsloo, spent a considerable sum updating the place. He remodeled the interiors and grounds and added new amenities, which in total set the star back...
    WASHINGTON, D.C. -- A Senate confirmation hearing is now underway for Dr. Rachel Levine, President Joe Biden's pick to serve as assistant health secretary, who would make history as the first out transgender federal official to be confirmed by the Senate.Democratic Sen. Patty Murray, the chair of the Health, Education Labor and Pensions Committee, rebuked GOP Sen. Rand Paul, saying that he had made "harmful misrepresentations" after he appeared to equate gender confirmation surgery with "genital mutilation."Paul began his questioning by saying, "genital mutilation has been nearly universally condemned," and then went on to say, "Dr. Levine, do you believe that minors are capable of making such a life-changing decision as changing one's sex?"Levine responded by saying, "Transgender medicine is a very complex and nuanced field with robust research and standards of care that have been developed. If I am fortunate enough to be confirmed as the assistant secretary of health, I will look forward to working with you and your office and coming to your office and discussing the particulars of the standards of care for transgender medicine."Later, Murray...
    Democrat senators rebuked Sen. Rand Paul, M.D., (R-KY) for questioning a medical nominee about the safety and wisdom of trying to change children’s sex via surgery and drugs. Democrats — and their media allies — ignored the substance and science of Paul’s questions to Rachel Levine, a man living as a woman who has been nominated by President Joe Biden for a top job at the Department of Health and Human Services. “It is really critical to me that our nominees be treated with respect and that our questions focus on their qualifications and the work ahead of us, rather than on ideological and harmful misrepresentations like those we hear from Senator Paul earlier,” committee chairwoman Sen. Patty Murray (D-WA) told transgender nominee Rachel Levine. “So thank you again for your response,” she added. “I also want to say how much I appreciate the dignity and the professionalism that you demonstrated in your response to Senator Paul,” said Sen. Tina Smith (D-MN). “I want to be really clear that this is a moment where we should be focusing on the...
    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – A California assemblymember introduced a measure Thursday aimed at permanently banning members of Congress who voted against certifying President Joe Biden’s victory in the 2020 election from the California State Assembly Chambers. The measure, put forth by Assemblymember Marc Levine (D-Marin County), would bar the 147 members of Congress who challenged the legitimacy of the election from accessing the floor. The measure will be considered by the California State Assembly in the coming days. “The California State Assembly Chambers is a sacred shrine of our democracy,” Levine said in a news release. “Access to the floor of the State Assembly is a privilege, a solemn space, whose actions require respect and adherence to our democratic values and the rule of law.” Levine said actions of the 147 members of Congress who still voted to challenge the election following the attack on the U.S. Capitol that left multiple people dead was “inconsistent with the principles of our democracy and the oath of office each of these individuals took to protect and defend the United States Constitution.” On Jan....
    By ANNIE MA, The Charlotte Observer CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) — In his four decades as a Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools educator, Joey Burch found his calling. After knee issues ended his time as an athlete, he stayed involved in high school sports as the announcer at football games and by painting the football fields. And when he started to think about his time after high school, becoming a physical education teacher felt like a natural extension. “I think it was probably around that time that I started thinking I could keep my hands in athletics and hopefully have some positive influence on kids through coaching and through teaching,” he said. As he retires from a 41-year CMS career — 25 spent as a principal and most recently at Levine Middle College High School — teachers and students who came through the schools Burch led said he had a remarkable impact on their lives. They recalled how Burch elevated their careers, knew every one of his students and always looked out for their well-being. On a chilly December afternoon, Burch walked out of...
    MENDOTA HEIGHTS, Minn. (AP) — A Twin Cities-area high school will no longer be named after Minnesota’s first governor, following complaints by community members and alumni about his treatment of the state’s Dakota people. The West St. Paul-Mendota Heights-Eagan Area School Board voted Monday evening to drop Henry Sibley’s name from the school. Sibley, who commanded troops in the U.S.-Dakota War, established the military commission that in 1862 sentenced 303 Dakota men to death. Thirty-eight of them were victims of a mass hanging. Board member Stephanie Levine, who moved approval of the resolution to rename the school, said she has been uncomfortable with the name for several years. “I want to be clear that a name change in no way erases history, and students should continue to learn about the complex legacy of Henry Sibley and the Native inhabitants on whose land we now live,” Levine said. “His legacy should be studied and remembered, but not honored with the name of our high school.” (© Copyright 2020 The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast,...
    FORT LAUDERDALE (CBSMiami) – South Florida mayors are expressing growing concern over increasing COVID-19 cases and what it means for our local hospitals. But in virtual and telephone news conferences on Friday morning, both Miami-Dade Mayor Danielle Levine Cava and Broward Mayor Steve Geller both echoed the same message, keep following CDC guidelines through the holidays and hope is on the horizon. Broward Mayor Geller was joined in his call by all the mayors of Broward County, county health department officials and officials from Memorial Regional Hospital to get a snapshot of what is going on in the county with the rising number of cases. They said while the county is not experiencing the double digit numbers rate of infection like over the summer, the rate does continue to go up. The two-week positivity rate in Broward currently stands at 7.10% and there are a total of 110,517 cases and 1,687 deaths. The median age of infection in Broward County is 39 years old. However, officials from the Memorial Regional Hospital said it is one of two hospitals in South...
    Sophia Cohen — the 26-year-old daughter of billionaire hedge funder and Mets owner Steve Cohen — is no longer engaged to her financier boyfriend Jason Levine, Page Six has confirmed. “Sophie’s engagement to Jason Levine ended in April. She is happy and wishes him well,” a rep for the Cohen family told us when reached for comment.  Page Six first broke the news of the pair’s engagement in August 2019. A source told us at the time that the pair “took the quintessential romantic long walk on the beach and ended up engaged.” They then toasted the news at a party hosted by Hollywood scions Sara and Erin Foster at a Saks-sponsored barbecue at Hero Beach Club in the Hamptons, and Sophia was spotted showing off a “massive oval diamond ring.” That ring appears to be back in Levine’s possession. In May, Artnet News gossip column Wet Paint had dropped a tidbit that Levine had taken back his engagement ring, plus “a case of valuable red wine” following the split. Sophia works at top art gallery Gagosian. Levine works for the...
    HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) — President Donald Trump’s campaign is withdrawing a central part of its lawsuit seeking to stop the certification of the election results in Pennsylvania, where Democrat Joe Biden beat Trump to capture the state and help win the White House. Ahead of a Tuesday hearing in the case, Trump’s campaign dropped the allegation that hundreds of thousands of mail-in and absentee ballots — 682,479, to be precise — were illegally processed without its representatives watching. The campaign’s slimmed-down lawsuit, filed in federal court on Sunday, maintains the aim of blocking Pennsylvania from certifying a victory for Biden in the state, and it maintains its claim that Democratic voters were treated more favorably than Republican voters. The Associated Press on Nov. 7 called the presidential contest for former Vice President Joe Biden, after determining that the remaining ballots left to be counted in Pennsylvania would not allow Trump to catch up. Trump has refused to concede. The remaining claim in the lawsuit centers on disqualifying ballots cast by voters who were given an opportunity to fix mail-in ballots...
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