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    EVER since the warrior Queen Boadicea led an uprising in Roman Britain, royal women have ­exhibited great strength. Today, instead of a mighty sword and chariot they use their dignity and fortitude to win their battles. 9The royal women have displayed strength and dignity The Queen would have been proud ofCredit: AFP 9Princess Anne made the trip with The Queen's coffin all the way from BalmoralCredit: AFP 9The Queen's dedication to duty lives on through the royal womenCredit: AFP This dark period of mourning has proved that the Queen’s unique dedication to duty lives on in those who remain. It is the Princess Royal who has perhaps embodied her mother’s spirit the most during recent events. Anne was at Her Majesty’s bedside at Balmoral Castle when she died and has made sure her mother has not been alone since. On Tuesday, she was the only one of her siblings to accompany her mother’s coffin as it made its way on a six-hour car journey through Scotland, from Balmoral Castle to Edinburgh, then on a flight to London. READ MORE ON...
    Gary Busey has been pictured leaving a Malibu cigar lounge just days after he was charged with groping three women before pulling his pants down in a public park. The actor, 78, had a cigar in his mouth and carried a metal case and a can of soda as he got into a car outside the venue after a tumultuous week. It was the first time the Buddy Holly Story star has been seen since his spokesman bizarrely claimed he maybe was relieving himself when he was pictured with his pants round his ankles and his hands buried in his crotch in a California park on Saturday. Gary Busey has been pictured leaving a Malibu cigar lounge just days after he was charged with groping three women before pulling his pants down in a public park The actor, 78, had a cigar in his mouth and carried a metal case and a can of soda as he got into a car outside the venue Gary Busey, 78, was spotted sitting in a California park with his pants down smoking a cigar...
    The Taliban has banned men and women from sitting together in restaurants and ordered that public parks are open for each sex on different days. Women have stopped being issued driver's licenses and are ordered to cover their whole bodies in western city Herat, Afghanistan's third largest. The formerly liberal city is also the site of a Taliban prison where women are being held without trial simply for taking taxis without male companions. Other 'immoral offences' prompting women to be locked up include schoolgirls posing for photos with male classmates. Taliban fighters in armoured cars participate in a military parade in Herat on April 19 this year Women were pictured behind bars without trial at Herat Central Jail by an ITV crew last week - with the guilty's 'immoral behaviour' including taking taxis without male supervision It's the latest sign of the Taliban's brutal repression of human rights and women's rights. The backward slide is also further proof that the radical Islamist group is breaking its promise to rule the country less strictly than during its previous repressive reign. A...
    LADIES Day kicked off in style at Aintree today, and after the three year wait since the last one, the guests are lining up to show off their pedigree. As usual there were fashion triumphs, glossy manes and striking hats galore at one of Britain’s most anticipated race meetings. 11The glam gals are out in force for today's glorious return to the racesCredit: PA 11It wouldn't be the races without some statement hats and this is our favourite so farCredit: PA 11The glam squad are out in full force is gorgeous dresses and chic head gearCredit: PA The key day in the racing calendar is often referred to as "Fabulous Friday" due to the turnout of well groomed women who descend on the event. This year was no different with the second day of the Grand National seeing hoards of people dressed up to the nines. It was bright colours all round as women clustered together in a flurry of reds, oranges, greens and blues. The most eye-catching outfit spotted so far was a vibrant pink and blue dress with matching...
    FALSE lashes, fake tan and full-coverage foundation have got Liberty Poole a lot of stick. But the Love Island star insists that being glam has always been part of her personality and she is not about to change because of a few trolls. 4False lashes, fake tan and full-coverage foundation have got Liberty Poole a lot of stickCredit: Skinny Tan 4But the Love Island star insists that being glam has always been part of her personality Liberty, 22, who crashed out of ITV’s Dancing On Ice two weeks ago after taking a tumble, says her mum Jo introduced her to make-up when she was a young girl. She says: “I’m really close to my mum and she’s taught me a lot — like how to be glam. Since the age of 12 I’ve been into make-up and always worn heels. “My mum and I are quite little (5ft 6in), so I think that’s why it started.” Liberty, who is 5ft 2in tall, continues: “I used to wear heels everywhere. I’d even wear high heels for the supermarket food shop just...
    The infamous 'Tinder Swindler,' who was exposed in a Netflix documentary for allegedly scamming women out of hundreds of thousands of dollars, spoke out for the first time alongside his girlfriend, claiming he is the 'biggest gentleman in the world.'    'They presented it as a documentary but in truth it's a completely made-up movie,' Simon Heyada Hayut, 31, from Israel, told Inside Edition in an exclusive two-part interview aired on Monday. 'I'm the biggest gentleman in the world.'  'I am not this monster that everybody has created. I was just a single guy that wanted to meet some girls on Tinder,' he added. Hayut is the center of the bombshell Netflix documentary now seen by more than 50 million people worldwide - but in his first TV interview since the film's release, Hayut calls it a made up story. He lured his alleged victims - Cecilie Fjellhøy, Pernilla Sjöholm and Ayleen Charlotte with private jets, yachts and fancy cars, telling them he was the son of a billionaire mogul.  Hayut then proceeded to tell them his accounts had been frozen by...
    A homeless man in New York City with an extensive criminal record and an assault case pending against him was arrested last week for allegedly attacking two women at random just minutes apart, only to be released from jail under the state's controversial bail reform laws.  Darrell Johnson, 28, was picked up by the police on Thursday for allegedly beating two women on Manhattan's Upper West Side just minutes apart, leaving one of the victims with a 'disfiguring' injury and sending both to the hospital.  Johnson was charged with two misdemeanor counts of assault with intent to cause physical injury and multiple attempted assault and harassment charges. The career criminal also faces additional assault, attempted assault and harassment charges pending against him stemming from an incident in August 2020 during which he allegedly punched and stomped on a man in Harlem.  Serial offender Darrell Johnson, 28, has been charged with two misdemeanor counts of assault with intent to cause physical injury, and attempted assault and harassment counts for allegedly attacking two women in Manhattan last week Despite the slew of new and...
    Bomb blasts in Afghanistan's ISIS-K heartland has killed two and injured up to 20 more in the first deadly attack since US and British withdrew last month.  Three explosions rocked the eastern provincial capital Jalalabad on Saturday in attacks targeting Taliban vehicles.   There was no immediate claim of responsibility, but Islamic State militants, headquartered in the area, are enemies of the Taliban.    Islamic State offshoot ISIS-K claimed last months' bomb attack on Kabul Airport that killed more than 170, including 13 US Marines.  Three injured in the blast were civilians and 16 were Taliban fighters, some of whom are in a critical condition. Also on Saturday a sticky bomb exploded in the capital Kabul, wounding two. The target of the bomb was not immediately clear.  The Taliban are facing major economic and security problems as they attempt to govern, and a growing challenge by IS insurgents would further stretch their resources.   Bomb blasts in Afghanistan's ISIS-K heartland has killed two and injured up to 20 more in the first deadly attack since US and British withdrew last month ...
    Squaw Valley - home to the 1960 Winter Olympics - became the latest US institution to yield to public pressure and change its name, dropping the 'racist and sexist'  term for a Native American woman that's rooted in the Lewis and Clark era.  The Lake Tahoe-region resort in Northern California, known as the Squaw Valley Alpine Meadows Ski Resort, will now be called Palisades Tahoe, the owners announced Monday in an Instagram post.  'As much as we cherish the memories we associate with our resort name, we must accept that these emotional attachments do not justify our continuing use of a word that is widely accepted to be a racist and sexist slur,' Ron Cohen, president and COO of Squaw Valley Alpine Meadows, told CNN.   The move comes as Confederate statues around the country come tumbling down and sports franchises like the Washington Redskins and Cleveland Indians moved to dissociate themselves from nicknames viewed as derogatory.    The resort in Olympic Valley, California has 6,000 skiable acres on two mountains and sees about 400 inches of snow every year, according to its website...
    Alright, Here’s Everyone Who’s Willingly Participating in ‘Bachelor in Paradise’ Season 7 Double Your Money With Zero Investing Experience TOKYO – With a cut over his left eye, Richard Torrez Jr. looked at the silver medal hanging around his neck.    Tokyo Olympics has brought many sweet and heroic moments, here are some wed like to share USA TODAY SPORTS See more videos SHARE SHARE TWEET SHARE EMAIL What to watch next Iconic sneaker designer on how he creates shoes for athletes like Jordan, LeBron USA TODAY SPORTS Teen athletes return to court plays out like a Disney movie USA TODAY SPORTS Like hanging at the bar with Eli and I: Peyton Manning previews his MNF telecast USA TODAY SPORTS College football teams with the best chance to win the national championship USA TODAY SPORTS United States leaving Tokyo with most gold; Beijing 2022 Winter Olympics up next USA TODAY SPORTS Remembering legendary coach Bobby Bowden USA TODAY SPORTS Peyton Manning talks Hall of Fame,...
    It had been two decades since the United States lost a women's soccer game to neighboring Canada and five years since the Americans dropped a major tournament, but all of that came to an end with a penalty kick in the 74th minute of the Olympic semifinal in Kashima, Japan on Monday. After a scoreless first half, Canada went up 1-0 in the 74th minute on Jessie Fleming's penalty against backup US goalkeeper Adrianna Franch, who had replaced injured Alyssa Naeher in the 20th minute.  The controversial foul was whistled by Ukrainian referee Kateryna Monzul after American defender Tierna Davidson appeared to kick Canadian midfielder Deanna Rose's leg as they chased down a loose ball.  United States' Kelley O'Hara, left, talks to teammate Lindsey Horan after being defeated 1-0 by Canada during a women's semifinal soccer match at the 2020 Summer Olympics Jessie Fleming of Canada scores their first goal from the penalty spot against Adrianna Franch  Davidson Penalty check - VAR CHECK, PENALTY GIVEN pic.twitter.com/c5kGexZKzJ— Hedonist (@The_Hedonist_6) August 2, 2021 Megan Rapinoe comforts Carli Lloyd (crouched) after...
    The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have donated dozens of packets of diapers to a nonprofit organization that supports homeless pregnant women.  Prince Harry and Meghan Markle arranged for a range of Pampers products for different age groups to be delivered to Los Angeles-based group Harvest Home.  The delivery was arranged with the help of Procter & Gamble, with whom the couple have agreed a multi-year global partnership. It is thought to be the first initiative resulting from the partnership since it was announced in May. Harvest Home announced the donation on Instagram, writing: ' Pallets and pallets of diapers... we are so grateful!  The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have donated dozens of packets of nappies to a nonprofit organisation that supports homeless pregnant women These diapers recently arrived at our new Pico-Robertson Home and we could not be more thankful to the Archewell Foundation, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, and @proctergamble and @pampersus for the incredible donation through their Million Acts of Love Campaign.  'Thank you [for] helping us ensure that our moms and babies have...
    Women are calling out how their looks have dramatically changed since they met their partners as part of a growing TikTok trend — with many of them crediting their subsequent weight gain to motherhood, comfort eating, and birth control.  In the popular before and after videos, the women share photos of themselves back when they looked like  'supermodels' followed by footage of them now, years after they fell in love with their partners.  TikToker @jill200016 has earned more than 32 million views after posting her viral clip, which highlights how she went from a trim teen to an overweight mom in a matter of years.   Before and after: Women are revealing how they've changed since they met their partners as part of a TikTok trend. Leaá, who is known as @leahcsmith2000, used to wear a size six Two years later: Leaá shared that she is now a size 12/14, blaming her weight gain on birth control and eating poorly at the start of their relationship 'But I gave him two awesome kids in the process and he loves me granny gown...
    BILL Gates made his first public appearance on Wednesday since announcing his divorce and eagle-eyed viewers spotted he was still wearing his wedding ring.  The newly single billionaire, 65, was the last speaker at the two-day “Global Forum on Economic Recovery,” joining the event virtually from one of his homes. 7Bill Gates made his first public appearance on Wednesday since his divorce was announcedCredit: US Chamber of Commerce 7His wedding ring was still clearly visibleCredit: US Chamber of Commerce Gates spoke to the US Chamber of Commerce CEO Suzanne Clark about lessons learned from the Covid pandemic. He appeared animated despite the split announced earlier this month, and the new allegations about his bad behavior with female employees at Microsoft and his charity foundation.  During the “armchair conversation,” Gates’ wedding band was clearly visible on his left hand.  “We’ve learned a lot that will help us for the next pandemic and by making some investments in [research and development]," Gates said "Then having factories available, having surveillance and a big team of experts on a global basis, we will...
    Matt Gaetz's friend Joel Greenberg has been cooperating with federal prosecutors since last year, according to a report on Tuesday night, and has told them that they both gave women cash and gifts in exchange for sex. Greenberg, a 36-year-old former tax collector, is currently in jail in Florida, awaiting trial on 33 counts including sex trafficking of a minor and fraud. On April 8 Greenberg's lawyers said that he was cooperating, and was prepared to take a plea deal. The New York Times reported that he has been cooperating since December. They also reported that he told them he and Gaetz, 38, had both paid for sex. Gaetz is seen on Friday at a 'Save America Summit' at Trump's resort in Doral, Florida Gaetz has denied paying for sex, and insisted that, as an adult, he never had sex with a 17-year-old girl. Gaetz on Tuesday was back in Washington DC, and refused to answer whether he was cooperating with a House Ethics Committee inquiry, which was opened on Friday. RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next ...
    Several women say they have experienced heavier and more painful periods since getting the COVID-19 vaccine, with several also revealing that they have had breakthrough bleeding in the middle of a cycle after getting the shot. Dr. Kate Clancy, an associate professor at the University of Illinois, tweeted in February that she'd been hearing talk of people who had experienced changes in their menstruation since getting one or two vaccine shots. Her Twitter thread has prompted more women to share their menstrual concerns on Twitter, revealing their heavy flow, worsened cramps, and irregular timing — with one saying she spent 16 days bleeding after getting the Johnson & Johnson shot. Changes: Some women are reporting heavier and more painful periods after getting the COVID-19 vaccine (stock image)  Dr. Clancy first tweeted on February 24, but her thread has continued to find other Twitter users who are seeking out explanations for their symptoms.  'A colleague told me she has heard from others that their periods were heavy post-vax,' she wrote.  'I'm curious whether other menstruators have noticed changes too? I'm a...
    SAIRA Khan has taken another swipe at Loose Women and it’s stars - branding it boring and admitting she no longer keeps in touch with most people on it. The 50-year-old quit the show after five years earlier this year and has made a string of comments about it needing a serious shake up since. 3Saira Khan has once again taken a swipe at Loose WomenCredit: Rex Asked if she missed being on it, Saira told Woman’s Own magazine: "I only miss some friends, hair and make-up and the wardrobe girls. I really miss Coleen Nolan and Ruth Langsford, but I still chat with them every other week.” Saira previously said she only “tolerated” most people on the show and had unfollowed Nadia and Kaye Adams after leaving.  She has now said she thinks the women are “too scared” to say what they really think, telling the mag: “But I don't miss the topics we spoke about on the show, as they're not subjects I'm interested in any more. I do genuinely feel the programme needs to have a...
    T.I. and his wife Tiny were seen for the first time on Monday, March 15 since they were accused of sexually assaulting and abusing a total of 14 women. The couple, who have been married for over a decade, were joined by their four-year-old daughter Heiress Diana as they grabbed dinner at BOA Steakhouse in West Hollywood. The 40-year-old rapper carried the couple's youngest child in his arms, while strolling down the sidewalk with his 45-year-old wife in tow. Spotted: T.I. and his wife Tiny were seen for the first time on Monday, March 15 since they were accused of sexually assaulting and abusing a total of 14 women T.I., born Clifford Joseph Harris Jr., had on a white hoodie, black pants, and a pair of reflective Nike sneakers. Mirroring her husband's casual vibe, Tiny slipped her 4foot11inch frame into a pair of tie dyed leggings and a grey hooded sweatshirt. RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Mia Farrow confronts Woody Allen about alleged sexual... Rapper T.I. and his wife Tiny are accused of sexual assault... Rapper...
    TI and his wife Tameka “Tiny” Harris are seen out in public for the first time since being accused of multiple sex assaults against at least 11 women. The Atlanta-based stars and their children were spotted enjoying a night out at the famous BOA Steakhouse in West Hollywood. 12T.I. and Tiny head to the BOA Steakhouse in West HollywoodCredit: BackGrid 12The famous couple were with members of their familyCredit: BackGrid 12The group smiled as they posed for pictures before heading inside the restaurantCredit: BackGrid TI, wearing a white hoodie with “Cookies” written on the front and Tiny, 45, in a gray hoodie, stood maskless as they posed for photographers outside the celebrity hotspot. Father-of-six TI, whose real name is Clifford Harris, 40, refused to discuss the sex assault allegations when asked to comment by the photographers. But his Atlanta-based lawyer, Steve Sadow, has vehemently denied all the allegations made against the Grammy-winning star and his wife which according to victims’ attorney Tyrone A. Blackburn include "eerily similar" alleged instances of rape, drugging and kidnap over several years. No criminal charges...
    WALKING down the pavement, my heart pounding, I tried to keep my eyes on the floor. A group of men on the opposite side of the street were leering and shouting at me, making hand gestures, exchanging loud comments about my developing breasts. 9Demonstrators seen marching down Whitehall during the March for Women on International Women's Day last yearCredit: Getty Images - Getty 9Women are fighting every day for gender equality. Some are seen here on International Women's Day last yearCredit: Getty Images - Getty I was 14, and it was one of my earliest experiences of street harassment. It was the first time I’d felt really unsafe because I was a girl, but it wouldn’t be the last. I’d go on to be followed home, chased and spat at. A man would later masturbate near me on the bus while he stared intensely into my horrified eyes, grinning. A senior colleague at my first ever holiday temp job would send me inappropriate emails. Eventually, I’d be sexually assaulted a number of times in my twenties. I’d...
    NXIVM sex cult leader Keith Raniere has claimed his women followers chose to be branded with his initials as an 'honorary thing' and a 'tribute' which made him feel 'almost embarrassed' in his first interview since being jailed for 120 years.  Raniere, 60, told Dateline in a special that aired Friday that he 'didn't come up with' the idea to tattoo his initials K.A.R. above the bikini lines of the members of the secret master-slave group DOS. The cult leader, dubbed 'Vanguard' within his inner circle, also claimed he is 'against tattooing' but insisted if it was Albert Einstein or Brad Pitt's initials 'no one would care'.   Raniere, was speaking via phone from the maximum security federal penitentiary in Tucson, Arizona, where he is serving 120 years for turning cult followers into sex slaves and sexually abusing a 15-year-old.  NXIVM started out as a purported self-help group in Albany, New York, in the 1990s, offering personal improvement and professional development training programs.  Raniere then formed Dominus Obsequious Sororium (DOS) - a secret master/slave club where women were branded, turned into his sex...
    Early in the pandemic, many experts predicted that lockdowns at stay-at-home orders would lead to a surge in births. In fact, the opposite happened. As it turns out, Americans have not been getting pregnant.   There are five U.S. states that have provided preliminary birth data for 2020: Arizona, California, Florida, Hawaii and Ohio, all of which showed declines last year, according to a DailyMail.com analysis of state health department data. In 2019, there were a total of 898,646 births in these states. The following year, there were 817,394 babies born. This means, in these five states, there were more than 81,000 fewer birth last year compared one year prior. Meanwhile, New York University (NYU) Langone Health has seen a 33 percent increase in egg freezing as a record number of  couples put off having children   In five states - California, Arizona, Hawaii, Ohio and Florida, there were a total of 898,646 in 2019 compared to 817,394 babies born in 2020 - meaning there were 81,000 fewer births (above) One of the biggest drops in births was seen in California,...
    DINA ASHER-SMITH revealed she has been seeing a psychologist since the start of the coronavirus pandemic. Britain's fastest woman's dreams of Olympic glory last summer were thrown upside down with Tokyo 2020 delayed a year. 7Dina Asher-Smith turned to a psychologist at the beginning of the Covid-19 pandemicCredit: Carla Guler / Women’s Health UK 7Britain's speed queen wants to be in the best place mentally to compete at the top levelCredit: EPA But she refused to let the scuppered plans cripple her years at the top of world athletics. And so the Londoner, 25, immediately took the step of turning to an in-house psychologist at British Athletics to keep her mentally on track. Speaking to Women's Health, Asher-Smith revealed: “When the pandemic hit, it was like, ‘Right, okay, let’s make sure my brain’s okay.’ "The first thing I did was to get a psychologist because I’ve worked too hard for too long to have something like a pandemic ruin the next few years for me. "We’ve got five years on the go, which in track and field we have never...
    The alleged mistress of ousted Hillsong pastor Carl Lentz has been pictured for the first time since news of their bombshell affair was revealed.    Ranin Karim, 34, stepped out in New York City on Saturday morning, one week after 42-year-old Lentz confirmed he had an illicit relationship.  Photographs obtained exclusively by DailyMail.com show fashion designer Karim cutting a chic figure as she walked her small dog in the same city where she reportedly met Lentz back in May.  Karim says she found out Lentz was married soon after a chance meeting at Brooklyn's Domino Park, but she carried on with their burgeoning relationship because he was 'like a drug' to her.  Over the last week, she has given multiple interviews describing their 'deep, sexual' connection which involved him going to her home to drink 'so much' tequila, FaceTiming when they weren't together and arguing.  Lentz - who has been married to his Australian-born wife, Laura, for 17 years - has since been fired from Hillsong.  Laura, who also works as a leader with megachurch, has similarly been booted from the...
    JP Morgan Chase & Co will pay $800,000 in back wages and allocate $9million over the next five years in compensation adjustments to settle a lawsuit that accused the bank of underpaying women. The financial giant resolved the long-running pay bias lawsuit on Monday and it was made public Wednesday, Bloomberg Law reported. The long-running lawsuit brought by the US Department of Labor in January 2017, accused JP Morgan of underpaying 93 women who worked as lead application developers, project managers and technology directors in the Investment Bank, Technology and Market Strategies unit compared to men who held the same roles since at least May 2012.  It also accused JP Morgan of not ensuring a path to fair pay for its employees. However, the settlement only includes 67 of the class members in the lawsuit.  JPMorgan Chase & Co will pay $800,000 in back wages and allocate $9million over the next five years in compensation adjustments to settle a lawsuit that accused the bank of underpaying 93 women since at least May 2012 The pay discrimination was allegedly discovered during...
    NXIVM founder Keith Raniere has apologized for his ‘participation in pain and suffering’ though he says he is innocent as he blasted the legal system for a ‘horrible injustice’ while acknowledging that people think he’s ‘the devil.’ The 60-year-old cult leader due to be sentenced to federal prison next week for keeping women as sex slaves broke his silence on Friday for the first time since his arrest two years ago. ‘I apologize for my participation in all of this pain and suffering,’ he told NBC News on Friday. ‘I've clearly participated. I've been the leader of the community.’ Raniere was convicted last year on multiple counts of sex-trafficking, forced labor conspiracy, and racketeering after he was accused of turning his female devotees into his sex slaves. He faces a maximum sentence of life imprisonment. Keith Raniere, 60, the leader of the NVIXM cult, spoke out for the first time on Friday, telling NBC News that he is 'innocent' though he did apologize for the 'participation in pain and suffering' of his victims  Keith Raniere, 60, is due...
    The Social Security Administration has revealed the most popular baby names of 2019, with Olivia taking the top spot for girls and Liam topping the list for boys. But one name that most certainly didn't rank among the most-used is Karen, which in the past few years has been increasingly used as a derogatory nickname for entitled women whose offenses include demanding to speak to the manager over tiny inconveniences and calling the police on people of color for barbecuing in parks or painting their own property. According to SSA data, the instances of babies named Karen have dropped dramatically in the past decade, and are now at their lowest since the 1930s. Going down: According to Social Security Administration data, the name Karen is declining in popularity for babies (stock photo) Association: This is likely due in part to the use of Karen as a derogatory nickname for entitled white women Losing steam: However, the use of the name has been declining for years since it's peak in the '60s Looking back: The last time the...
    Netflix has paid $540million to top grossing actors since 2016 – surpassing the money competitors Disney’s Marvel, Apple and Amazon have doled out, according to Forbes' 2020 Celebrity 100 list. In the past year alone Netflix, Apple and Amazon paid stars on the list $300million, Netflix accounting for two thirds of that payout. Netflix along with Apple and Amazon have salary commitments of more than $100million teed up for next year’s list as the streaming TV and movie industry continues to boom. Some of Netflix’s most popular programs so far in 2020 include Tiger King: Murder, Mayhem and Madness, which spent a record-shattering 27 consecutive days at number one on Forbes' popularity ranking system. Tiger King is followed by Ozark, Outer Banks, Avatar: The Last Airbender, and reality show Love is Blind in popularity. Overall the world’s highest-paid celebrities earned a combined $6.1billion before taxes and fees from June 2019 through May 2020 – a $200million drop from 2019.   In the past year alone Netflix, Apple and Amazon paid stars on the list $300million, Netflix accounting for two thirds of that...
    Bryan Callen has been seen in public for the first time since announcing he will be taking a 'leave of absence' from his podcast amid rape and sex assault allegations.  The actor and comedian, 53, best known for his recurring role on the long-running ABC sitcom The Goldbergs, chatted on his phone and with a friend outside a home in Los Angeles Monday. Callen has been accused by four women of sexual misconduct spanning decades and ranging from inappropriate remarks to assault. On Sunday he vehemently denied the allegations against him but said he would be taking a a 'leave of absence' from his podcast.  Pictures taken Monday show the star in a grey hoodie, jeans and sneakers as he entered a home before an unidentified woman later came to the door to collect a food delivery to that address.  He chatted on the phone before speaking with a friend walking in his dog in his slippers. Callen was not wearing a wedding ring Monday. His wife of 11 years filed for a divorce in February of this year, according to a TMZ report. ...
    The National Women's Soccer League (NWSL) will become the first professional contact sports league to return in the US in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic. The world's premier women's soccer league — which employs all 23 current members of the US Women's National Team — will host a bubble-style, 23-game tournament dubbed the 2020 Challenge Cup. One of the league's nine teams — the Orlando Pride — withdrew from the tournament Monday after six players and four staff members tested positive for COVID-19. Check out Insider's viewing guide for each team as you gear up for the 2020 season, which begins play on June 27 on CBS and CBS All Access. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories.
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