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    GMA'S Sam Champion has made a desperate plea about his job after surprising fans with a major career change. Fans were shocked over Champion's performance on Dancing with the Stars saying he could be a pro when he breezed through week one of the competition series. 2GMA's Sam Champion made a desperate plea about his job when fans told him he should be a pro dancerCredit: Getty 2Champion jokingly asked to keep his job with GMS as fans praise his performance on the competition showCredit: ABC/Andrew Eccles The beloved Good Morning America weathercaster shared a picture of himself dancing with partner Cheryl Burke. "I sooooo love the pics from last nights dance!!" he said along with a striking image of the two working the floor. One fan commented: "Good bye. ABC. Sam is Now going become a professional dancer. Your pictures of both of you are really great." "Hahahahaha! Don't give my job away just yet, please," Champion jokingly responded. read more on dwtsDANCE-OFF DWTS fans slam Tyra for mocking Charli D'Amelio during awkward live TV momentON A TY-RADE DWTS...
    A Yale psychiatry professor has lost her bid to win her job back after a judge threw out her lawsuit against the university for firing her over a tweet questioning the mental health of Donald Trump and his supporters.  Dr. Bandy Lee filed a complaint against Yale last year, claiming it violated her free speech rights and professional obligations to warn the public about Trump's 'mental instability' and that his supporters suffered from a 'shared psychosis.' US District Judge Sarah Merriman dismissed the suit on Tuesday, siding with the university, saying it had the right to not reappoint Lee, a voluntary professor, after losing confidence in her professionalism following her controversial tweet, the Hartford Courant reported.     A US District Judge threw out Dr. Bandy Lee's (above) lawsuit against Yale University on Tuesday for firing her over claims of Donald Trump's 'mental instability' and tweeting that his supporters suffered a 'shared psychosis'  The tweet at the root of the lawsuit was posted on January 2, 2020, where she also targeted Alan Dershowitz, a member of Trump's legal team Yale argued it...
    FOOTBALL star Rob Gronkowski has teased his next move after announcing his retirement from the NFL in a note about his "dream job." The Buccaneers tight end thanked the fans in Tampa Bay and his teammates in a cryptic social media post. 3Rob Gronkowski has teased his next move after announcing his retirement for the second timeCredit: Getty 3The NFL star came out of his initial retirement to play for two seasons with the Tampa Bay BuccaneersCredit: Getty 3He announced his retirement in a statement on social mediaCredit: Twitter "Buccaneers fans, the Krewe, without you guys, none of this is possible, all of ya brought it every game, thank you for all you do," Gronkowski said on Twitter. "Cheers to what's next, maybe sailing the seas," he said with a skull and crossbones flag emoji. "Arghhhhhh!!" The four-time Super Bowl champ shared how he's long dreamed of playing for the Bucs since his college days. A jubilant Gronk expressed how his time in Tampa has "blown away what he originally wrote about in college, big time." read more nfl storiesFAREWELL...
    More On: kaitlyn bristowe ‘Bachelorette’ alum Clint Arlis’ cause of death revealed Kaitlyn Bristowe reacts to ‘Bachelorette’ contestant Clint Arlis’ death ‘Bachelorette’ Michelle Young and Nayte Olukoya gifted $200K for first home Kaitlyn Bristowe shares how wedding planning is going with Jason Tartick A risqué romp between Jason Tartick and his now-fiancé Kaitlyn Bristowe led to the banker quitting his corporate job. The reality star, who first appeared on Becca Kufrin’s season of “The Bachelorette,” tells Page Six he received an “ultimatum” from his boss after Bristowe told an NSFW story about their first hookup on her podcast. “Kaitlyn made a funny confession on her podcast about the first time we hooked up, which was this fully clothed, intimate moment,” “The Restart Roadmap” author, 33, said. “It put me in this position where I either had to restart my entire career outside of the bank, or restart my brand within the bank. My boss said ‘No more social media, no more podcasts, no more side hustle, nothing.’ And so as a result of that, I [left].” The 2019...
    Michael O'Keefe, who has taught at Oklahoma Christian University for 41 years, was fired last week for bringing a gay speaker to his class Oklahoma Christian University has fired a tenured professor of 41 years after he brought a gay speaker to address his class about overcoming struggles in life.  Michael O'Keefe taught arts and design at the private facility in Oklahoma City, and led his students on a class entitled The Business of Branding Yourself. One of the speakers at a session spoke about his personal journey as a Christian, and overcoming challenges in his life. The speaker happened to be gay. He warned students that the start of the class that there would be explicit language used, and reportedly used the words 'd**k' and 'bitch'. After the class, an investigation was launched, and O'Keefe was fired for gross misconduct, infuriating many of his students.  His wife, Lori Osley, announced his firing on Saturday, in a Facebook post that was greeted with astonishment and anger, and an outpouring of support for O'Keefe. Lori Osley on Saturday wrote about her...
    A surgeon in Minnesota lost his job this month just days after telling school officials at a public meeting that parents should have the right to decide whether their children wear masks to school or not.  Dr. Jeffrey Horak appeared before the Fergus Falls school board on Oct. 11 and spoke out against a mask mandate that had gone into effect for students the day before. "You mandate this across the road — that’s a tough place to go," Horak told the board.  "Who does God put in charge of these kids? Their parents. God gave each one of these kids... to their parents and they speak for them. They may be wrong, they may be dumb, they may be perfect in their decisions. But it’s still their responsibility. It’s not yours. God gave it to them. Honor their wishes, either side of the fence." Nine days after that school board meeting, Horak said he was told his "views were no longer congruent with that of Lake Region Healthcare" and he was asked to either resign or be terminated.  "We...
    White House press secretary Jen Psaki clarified on Thursday that President Joe Biden has confidence in FBI directory Chris Wray and will keep him on the job. Psaki took to Twitter to clear up the administration's position on Wray after she caused doubt about it when she refused to say the president had confidence in the director during her first press briefing. Her mea culpa was notable considering her predecessors in the role under former President Donald Trump had an antagonistic relationship with most of the White House press corps, often attacking reporters from their spot at the podium. 'I caused an unintentional ripple yesterday so wanted to state very clearly President Biden intends to keep FBI Director Wray on in his role and he has confidence in the job he is doing,' Psaki tweeted on Thursday. White House press secretary Jen Psaki clarified that President Joe Biden has confidence in FBI directory Chris Wray - taking to twitter to clean up a 'ripple' she caused at her first press briefing Doubts about Wray's standing with Biden...
    A bride-to-be has revealed her mother branded her fiancé 'cheap trash' for buying her a $3,000 (£2, 700) white gold engagement ring. The anonymous man, from the US, has taken to Reddit and told how the bride-to-be was initially happy with the 'nice little white gold ring with diamonds and a sapphire' he bought her - until her mother, a jeweler, accused him of 'using her' and 'treating her like cheap trash.'   The bride-to-be has since 'refused to talk to him' after 'undervaluing her' and is demanding he spends at least 10 per cent of his earnings on a new ring, which he revealed would be around $10 - $15, 000 (£7, 568-£11, 352).  And many were quick to take to the comments section - with one even branding the bride a 'gold digger.' 'Honestly I think it's a red flag that she cares so much about the cost of the ring,' wrote one. 'My fiancé proposed with a family ring so definitely didn't follow the '10% rule' but he could have proposed with a ring pop and I'd still...
    K Burley has said he will not face Sky News in the coming weeks due to a pre-planned holiday in Africa after admitting to violating the Covit-19 safety rules. The TV host, 59, faces an internal investigation for what he described as a “judgment error”. He did not air on Tuesday, instead the show was hosted by Sarah Hewson. Following speculation that he would return to work before 2021, Burley shared a message on Twitter saying he always planned to make time to visit “my dear Africa”. Sharing a video from a safari trip, he wrote: “Wonderful people, be safe in the knowledge that I have always been sitting with the Lions on Friday to my beloved Africa for everything you read. They are killed for food and not for sport. “ Burley said he had previously celebrated his 60th birthday on Saturday at a “cow-friendly” restaurant and then “moved elsewhere” to use the bathroom. The meeting is said to have been under Tier 2 restrictions in London. “I am ashamed to say later in the evening that I inadvertently...
    Police arrested the man, but have not yet charged him. NICOLAS TUCAT / AFP A man interviewed for a job with the state police in Olympia, Washington, and was arrested during the interview. Police say the man had admitted to possible criminal activity related to the rape of a child years earlier during the interview. While the department hasn't yet charged the man, he didn't get the job.  Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. A Washington man was interviewing for a job at the state police department, but ended up getting arrested instead, local station K5 and The Olympian reported. Police told the station that the 31-year-old, who was not named, was seeking a civilian position with the department, but when he was getting a background check and polygraph test, he admitted something about his past that raised suspicions about criminal activity.  "On November 17th, a person in the application process for a civilian job with the WSP disclosed information that raised concerns of criminal activity," Sergeant Darren Wright, the public information officer, told The Olympian in an...
    Mike McCarthy. LM Otero/AP Images After falling to 2-4 in Week 6, Dallas Cowboys players reportedly ripped their coaching and preparation for games. When Mike McCarthy was hired as head coach of the Cowboys, he told reporters that he lied to Jerry Jones about watching every snap of the Cowboys' 2019 season, saying, "I wanted the job." The Cowboys have been hurt by injuries and turnovers worse than almost any other team, but remain alive because of the futile NFC East. The Cowboys face two must-win games against the Washington Football Team and Philadelphia Eagles the next two weeks. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Just six games into his tenure as Dallas Cowboys head coach, Mike McCarthy is already facing questions about how well he prepares his teams. The Cowboys fell to 2-4 in Week 6 with an embarrassing 38-10 loss to the Arizona Cardinals. The Cowboys have now given up at least 30 points in five straight games, and their offense, which was supposed to be dynamic, ranks fourth in total points scored but just...
    Officer Aaron Brown was fired in 2018 after he was also accused of messaging about 'intentionally damaging property while executing search warrants' A New Hampshire police chief is refusing to reinstate a fired cop accused of sending racist messages about shooting black people to his wife on his work cellphone after an arbitrator said he should get his job back.  Officer Aaron Brown was fired in 2018 after he was also accused of messaging about 'intentionally damaging property while executing search warrants'; an investigation into that claim by the Strafford County Attorney's Office said there was not enough evidence to file criminal charges.  Then in August last year an arbitrator said Brown should get his job back, arguing his punishment was too severe and he should have been instead suspended for 30 days. On August 24 this year the arbitrator said Brown was also entitled to back pay.  But in a statement posted to Facebook last Friday the Manchester Police Department said Chief Carlo Capano 'has refused to implement the arbitrator's reinstatement order' with an unfair labor practice case currently pending as a result. ...
    A cab driver's heartwarming words about the magic of New York City have gone viral after her commented on Jerry Seinfeld's op-ed defending the city against claims that it's 'dead.' Earlier this month, NYC comedy club owner James Altucher wrote a viral LinkedIn newsletter complaining that the city that never sleeps is 'completely dead' due to the pandemic — prompting a furious reply from Seinfeld, who wrote in the New York Times that NYC 'will sure as hell be back' because of 'real, tough New Yorkers' who will stay and rebuild it.  The op-ed received thousands of impassioned replies, including one from Eugene Salomon, a New York City taxi driver of 43 years, who shared his own uplifting reason for believing that the city will endure. We'll be back! A cab driver's heartwarming words about the magic of New York City have gone viral (stock image)  Magic: Eugene Salomon, an NYC taxi driver of 43 years, said one of his favorite rides to give is to a 'young person with a dream' who is experiencing the 'energy' for the first time Seinfeld's op-ed...
    “Removal fees have been served on the DOC officer concerned in the video clip mocking the killing of George Floyd. The Officer was placed on non-pay position pending a due course of action hearing as aspect of the regular course of action for government unionized workforce,” the NJDOC said. A resource acquainted with the situation tells CNN the officer involved is Joseph DeMarco. The source earlier instructed CNN DeMarco has been employed by NJDOC for at least 18 yrs. There will be a hearing to ascertain his employment and DeMarco can appeal any ruling. He was most lately an employee at Bayside Point out Prison. DeMarco’s union also reported Friday he is experiencing expenses internally and is suspended. “PBA 105 have brought union fees from Mr. DeMarco and he is suspended from our organization. We do not assist any member of this association that does anything at all outside the scope of our obligations as Correctional Police Officers,” claimed PBA 105 Union President William Sullivan. “I would hope there would be some classes uncovered. As legislation enforcement you are essentially...
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