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    If you’re feeling a bit of deja vu all over again (apologies to Yogi Berra) after Attorney General Merrick Garland’s appointment of a new special counsel to investigate Donald Trump, join the club. In 2017, former FBI Director Robert Mueller was appointed as a Justice Department special counsel to investigate Trump in connection with Russian meddling in the 2016 election. After two years of dogged probing accompanied by breathless media hype, Mueller produced a 448-page report that essentially cleared Trump of conspiring with the Russians, but laid the groundwork for prosecuting him on multiple charges of obstruction of justice. The report, however, was subsequently dismissed by then-Attorney General Bill Barr, and Mueller stumbled badly in his testimony before the House in July 2019. Mueller has since receded into private life and relative obscurity. This isn’t to say that the new special counsel—longtime prosecutor Jack Smith—will meet the same fate. Unlike the seventy-eight-year-old Mueller, who came out of retirement to accept his position, Smith, fifty-two, is at the peak of his legal career. His resume includes stints with both...
    Liz Cheney on Jake Tapper's State of the Union show, July 24. Screenshot/CNN Facts matter: Sign up for the free Mother Jones Daily newsletter. Support our nonprofit reporting. Subscribe to our print magazine.Ginni Thomas is a right-wing activist and superfan of former president Donald Trump—and the wife of Clarence Thomas, the intellectual lodestar of the current US Supreme Court. After Trump failed to win reelection in Nov. 2020, she sent a flurry of text messages to Trump’s chief of staff, Mark Meadows, promoting false conspiracy theories and urging the administration to overturn the results, the House committee investigating the Jan. 6 attack on the Capitol revealed in March. What else does Ginni Thomas know about Trump’s failed putsch? Did her husband take part in her behind-the-scene effort to encourage Trump to “stop the steal”?  So far, she has refused to testify before the committee, but that could soon change. “We certainly hope that she will agree to come in voluntarily, but the committee is fully prepared to contemplate a subpoena if she does not. I hope it doesn’t get to...
    Rep. Adam Kinzinger on Tuesday released audio of graphic threats made against him, his family, and fellow Republican lawmaker Rep. Liz Cheney. 'Threats of violence over politics has increased heavily in the last few years. But the darkness has reached new lows. My new interns made this compilation of recent calls they’ve received while serving in my DC office,' the Illinois Republican wrote on Twitter.  Roughly three minutes' worth of call recordings feature people assailing Kinzinger with profane insults and vowing, 'we will come to your house.' The nameless callers accuse Kinzinger of 'backstabbing' Donald Trump and label him and Cheney as 'communists' while claiming to know where they and their families live. Cheney and Kinzinger are the lone Republican members of the House select committee investigating the January 6 attack on the US Capitol. Both have also become frequent targets of Trump's wrath since voting to impeach him over riot last year. 'You backstabbing son of a b****. You go against Trump y'all know you m***********s are sitting up there lying like a damn dog,' one caller said in...
    CAROLINE Crouch's heartbroken family have welcomed her killer husband's life sentence after he was found guilty of her murder. They said although nothing can bring back their "beautiful" daughter, they can take comfort in the fact Babis Anagnostopoulos is locked up in one of Europe's toughest prisons. 3Vile Anagnostopoulos has been found guilty of killing Brit mum Caroline Crouch 3Caroline's parents Susan and David Crouch vowed to change baby Lydia's surnameCredit: Social Media - Refer to Source 3The killer was convicted on all counts at an Athens courtCredit: AP Devastated dad David, 79, vowed that the vile Greek helicopter pilot will never see the couple's 11-month-old daughter Lydia again. Anagnostopoulos was found guilty of suffocating tragic Caroline in front of their baby before faking a botched break-in to cover up his crime. The sick 34-year-old even strangled their puppy Roxy and hung him from a banister with his leash to make "the crime more credible". Susan and David Crouch have now broken their silence after the killer was jailed for the 20-year-old's premeditated murder. The dad said:...
    Just two days after she was arrested for driving while intoxicated and child abuse, former US soccer team goalie Hope Solo posted a message on Instagram saying her family is 'strong.' 'Our family is strong and surrounded with love,' the former soccer star posted to her 943,000 followers Saturday, thanking those 'who have reached out showing love and support.'  'Our kids are strong, intelligent, happy and vibrant,' she continued, 'and we are present every day giving them the best life possible. 'We will be able to share the facts in due time,' Solo said of her arrest Thursday. 'In the meantime, our kids are enjoying the [North Carolina] sun, eating popsicles and playing on out property. 'Life can be tough, but these are truly the moments that matter,' Solo concluded her post, adding: 'I feel blessed to have this kind of love in my life.' The post came just two days after Solo, 40, was arrested in the parking lot of the Winston-Salem Walmart Super Center for allegedly driving while intoxicating and resisting arrest while her two-year-old twins were in the...
    Former U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry on BBC Arabic: The Ukraine Crisis Could Distract the World from the Climate Crisis While Having Massive Emissions Consequences #RussiaUkraineConflict #UkraineRussie #UkraineRussiaCrisis #ClimateCrisis @JohnKerry @ClimateEnvoypic.twitter.com/nsOC1iZeGm — MEMRI (@MEMRI) 1645699336 Kerry's comments echo comments he made in an interview Sunday, when he told GZERO Media's Ian Bremmer that a Russian invasion of Ukraine will have a "monumental impact on the ability and willingness of people to do what's necessary" to fight climate change. "Ukraine, one way or the other — we're going to resolve it, ultimately, over X number of years. But the climate crisis remains existential, just as it was before the Ukraine crisis came up," Kerry said, before the invasion began. Russia launched a full-scale invasion of its sovereign neighbor Ukraine Thursday with ground, air, and naval forces in the largest military campaign by one state against another in Europe since World War II. Ukrainian cities have been attacked with shelling and airstrikes. Civilians have either attempted to flee or made makeshift bomb shelters in subway systems. Reports...
    During an interview with the BBC released on Wednesday prior to Russia’s attack on Ukraine, Special Presidential Envoy for Climate John Kerry expressed concern that a war in Ukraine would have “massive emissions consequences” and divert attention from climate change and stated, “I hope President Putin will help us to stay on track with respect to what we need to do for the climate.” Kerry said, “I’m very concerned about — I’m concerned about Ukraine. Because of the people of Ukraine and because of the principles that are at risk, in terms of international law and trying to change boundaries of international law by force. I thought we lived in a world that had said no to that kind of activity. And I hope diplomacy will win.” He also stated that there would be “massive emissions consequences to the war,” and “equally importantly, you’re going to lose people’s focus, you’re going to lose, certainly, big country attention. Because they will be diverted, and I think it could have a damaging impact. So, I think, hopefully, President Putin would realize that, in...
    CNN commentator Van Jones has welcomed home a new baby daughter with a female friend after the two decided to become 'conscious co-parents' over a 'friendly meal.'  Sources told TMZ that the co-parent was Noemi Zamacona, a woman who Jones has a platonic relationship with and that they both share an interest in criminal justice advocacy. Zamacoma works as a prisons inspector for Los Angeles County, with the new baby girl her first child.  Jones, 53, who already has a daughter called Mattai and son, Cabral, with ex-wife Jana Carter, told TMZ that he realized he wanted to raise another child after the pandemic lockdown.   'I got clear that I wanted another kid. I discovered that my friend Noemi also wanted a baby,' he said.  'So, we decided to join forces and become conscious co-parents. It's a concept that I hope more people will explore and consider.'   CNN commentator Van Jones will raise his new baby daughter with a platonic female friend TMZ identified the mother as Noemi Zamacona (above), who hatched the plan together with Jones during dinner after they both...
    MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — While the Green Bay Packers have dominated the NFC North lately, there’s one division opponent they’ve struggled to solve. The Minnesota Vikings have won their last two matchups with the Packers and are the only NFC North team to beat them during Matt LaFleur’s three-year coaching tenure in Green Bay. The Vikings (7-8) will try to do it again Sunday night as they attempt to boost their playoff hopes amid potential single-digit temperatures in Green Bay. READ MORE: Vikings QB Kirk Cousins Tests Positive For COVID, Will Miss Game Against Packers“Our mindset is right now (that) we have to win the rest of these games,” Vikings running back Dalvin Cook said. “No matter how we win it, no matter how we do it, we have to go win.” They’re going to have to try to win without their starting quarterback. Minnesota put Kirk Cousins on the reserve/COVID-19 list Friday, making him unavailable for the Packers game. Sean Mannion, who just came off the reserve/COVID-19 list, will likely make his third career start. Cousins threw for 341 yards...
    James May claims The Grand Tour will walk the fine line between progressiveness and defiant familiarity when it returns to Amazon Prime in December.  The show has previously drawn criticism from more liberal quarters for its arguable use of 'homophobic' jokes, while Jeremy Clarkson himself recently issued a stinging riposte to the growing concept of cancel culture.  But the presenter, 58, insists the show will be sensitive to societal change while employing the dry wit that originally helped May, Clarkson and Richard Hammond develop an instant rapport with fans.   Balancing act: James May claims The Grand Tour will walk the fine line between progressiveness and defiant familiarity when it returns to Amazon Prime in December Their latest series, The Grand Tour: Carnage a Trois, finds the trio in a race of their lives as they embrace French car culture, filmed in Wales as a consequence of travel restrictions brought about by the coronavirus pandemic.  RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Jesy Nelson CONFIRMS romance with hunky Emily In Paris star... Megan Fox and Machine Gun Kelly...
    Kyle Rittenhouse commented Monday on the threats he had received, expressing his doubts about the Federal Bureau of Investigation’s (FBI) capability to protect him. Rittenhouse, whom the jury in Kenosha, Wisconsin, found not guilty of all five charges related to his August 2020 shooting of three men during a protest, gave an interview to Fox News host and Daily Caller co-founder Tucker Carlson, where he was asked if he felt the threats following his acquittal. Tucker: “Are you confident that the government will protect you from these threats?” Rittenhouse: “I hope so, but we all know how the FBI works.” pic.twitter.com/esNzkyCu5c — Daily Caller (@DailyCaller) November 23, 2021 “I do. I see some of the threats. Some of the things people say is absolutely sickening,” Rittenhouse responded to the host’s question. “Are you confident that the government will protect you from these threats?” Carlson asked. (RELATED: Judge In Rittenhouse Trial Says Someone Was Filming The Jury) “I hope so, but we all know how the FBI works,” Rittenhouse replied, doing what appeared to be a somewhat nervous laugh. Rittenhouse...
    Jason and Jonathon Marotta's house was submerged in water engulfed in flames and smoke as Hurricane Ida made its way through their Manville, New Jersey home. Now, a charred stove is about the only thing recognizable in the rubble. "We were just talking about how the house is salvageable. We can try to get some stuff on the second, maybe the first floor and maybe a few minutes later after we said that, we see the roof blow off," Jon told CBS News' Mola Lenghi. The deadly storm that hit Louisiana as a Category 4 hurricane is linked to more than 60 deaths and damages up to $95 billion. According to insurance experts, claims from the Ida could cost about $18 billion.  Now, New Jersey's Democratic leaders are calling on Congress to pass a pending infrastructure bill. The bill would provide funds to help communities become more resilient to disasters and severe weather. "These storms now are more frequent, they're more intense. We desperately need that climate resiliency infrastructure… We're the most densely populated state in the nation with...
    Alberto Munarriz, key piece of the Spanish water polo teamHe reflected calmly a few minutes after seeing how the opportunity to hang the bronze slipped away. A medal for which Spain had dreamed for five years but which, according to him, they will have a chance to achieve in Paris if they continue on this ascending line. “The balance today is very bad. We have not played a good game. We did not manage to be well. We have lacked knowing how to compete in the final stage. Now we have to analyze what we have done to improve in the future. Today has been a mistake As a team we have worked well, but anxiety has taken us. We have more than enough desire to try to play in a way. We have looked for it, but they have defended very well. We have missed a point. We must not blame the team for anything, because it has been shown that we have known how to play the tournament although not this match “, the Navarrese said to...
    IT IS vital that the public trusts the police to keep them safe. But the stark message of our poll today is that victims of crime feel woefully let down. 3We hope Boris Johnson's new blitz on crime will boost confidence in the justice systemCredit: AFP Most said they had been treated with indifference or worse by officers after reporting an offence. And half said senior police were more concerned about their public image than catching crooks. Brits want cops to focus on gang violence, sexual assault and burglary, not on woke hate speech or online trolling. Law-abiding citizens are fed up with seeing officers dancing with eco extremists while nuts-and-bolts policing goes by the board. So we hope Boris Johnson’s new blitz on crime will boost confidence in the justice system. Our poll shows Brits overwhelmingly back his tough stance, which will give victims a much greater crack of the whip. Six in ten, for example, want thugs to be shamed by having to wear high-vis jackets during community service. But we have heard similar political rhetoric before and...
    Many doctors have claimed that the only way to get the COVID-19 pandemic under control in the U.S. - especially in the face of highly infectious variants - is to not only vaccinate adults, but also children. And so, thousands of parents have stepped up and have volunteered their babies, toddlers elementary schoolers and teenagers to undergo vaccine clinical trials. For some parents, the idea of enrolling their children in the studies on kids being conducted by Pfizer and Moderna seems unnecessary because 0.1 percent of all COVID-deaths have occurred in those under age 17. For others, they told CNN the decision to join the trials was an easy one. One family said they volunteered all three of their children because they believe vaccinating youngsters is the only way to reach herd immunity. Another set of patents said their son made the choice himself to enroll in the clinical trial because he wants to go back to school in-person, attend birthday parties and go on summer vacation. The Bui family of Louisiana enrolled all three of their children's -...
    Saj not Sage BY brazenly trying to cling to his job, Matt Hancock added stupidity to a charge sheet that already included rank hypocrisy, glaring conflicts of interest and a possible criminal breach of his own lockdown laws. Voters will put up with flaws in politicians’ private lives — but they will not tolerate a Health Secretary who solemnly tells the public to do one thing, while contemptuously flouting the Covid rules himself. ???? Read our coronavirus live blog for the latest updates 2The Sun welcomes Sajid Javid’s assertion that he wants a return to normal 'as quickly as possible'Credit: Alamy That he couldn’t see this only made an appalling situation even worse and inflicted further damage to the reputation of himself and the Government. But the Prime Minister cannot escape criticism either for allowing Mr Hancock to stay in office for 36 deeply ­unedifying hours after the Sun exposed his affair with aide Gina Coladangelo. His declaration on Friday that Mr Hancock’s antics were a private affair and the matter was “closed” was a ­serious lapse of judgment It...
    Kamala Harris will address the Washington Conference on the Americas from the White House on Monday morning where she will hold her first public event related to her role as 'border czar.' The vice president is expected to underline her role addressing 'root causes' of migration in Northern Triangle countries, according to experts of her address released by the White House Monday evening. 'We want to help people find hope at home,' Harris will say in encouraging people to stay in their home countries. 'And so we are focused on addressing both the acute factors and the root causes of migration.' 'Our Administration is implementing a comprehensive strategy with governments, international institutions, the private sector, foundations, and community organizations,' she will detail. 'The idea here is that our work will be coordinated— and that every sector will have a role to play.' Harris has held two closed-door meetings with outside experts and philanthropists related to the mass migration crisis at the southern border.  Vice President Kamala Harris will hold her first public event on Monday related to her new...
    During an interview aired on Tuesday’s broadcast of CNN’s “AC360,” Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY) stated that getting “big, bold change done” is the most important priority of Democrats, and that he hopes “that now that Republicans have seen we can do it without them, that they’ll realize they ought to try to work with us.” Schumer said, “I always say, we want to work with Republicans where we can. But we have to get big, bold change done, and that is our number one priority. I have a hope. I’m always an optimist, you know that, Anderson, that now that Republicans have seen we can do it without them, that they’ll realize they ought to try to work with us. But we’re not going to make the mistake of 2008 and 9 and do such a small, measly proposal that it won’t get us out of the mess that we are in right now.” Follow Ian Hanchett on Twitter @IanHanchett
    Close to a year ago, life as we previously knew it changed overnight as the COVID-19 pandemic hit the United States. As cases arrived and spread across Minnesota, many of our daily routines came to a screeching halt as difficult choices were made in our communities over whether to continue functioning as “normal.” As a private Catholic high school based in Victoria, determining what our “normal” should look like was the immediate question. We understood the seriousness of COVID-19, and saw the pain and risk experienced by many as a result. We also knew that to continue in-person learning as safely and effectively as before, we would need to do so with the full support of our teachers, staff, students and their families. Michael BrennanHigh school is possibly the most formative time in a person’s life. They are extremely valuable years that you can never get back. As an academic community that places a high value on in-person learning and experiences, our question when navigating what our new normal should look like was this: Can we accomplish both? Is it...
    Bellator will make an announcement on Tuesday for the upcoming year. Bellator is finally back, hopefully. A huge announcement is expected on Tuesday, where Bellator will reportedly announce their return date for the 2021 calendar year, a reason for the hiatus, and probably more things to come. The current rumor has a return in April and part of the reason for the delay may be due to the channel they’ll be airing on, as a return to Showtime may happen. There’s also talk of CBS getting several big Bellator cards as well. Don’t doubt them landing on Paramount+ either, as Peacock and Disney+ (through their bundle) are finding success by bringing live-sports to their services. Not only could a better home for viewing Bellator be announced, but there could be new fighters, new tournaments, new everything! Let’s take a look at what could be announced. Do not miss this. pic.twitter.com/p8z7dGufgu — Scott Coker (@ScottCoker) February 5, 2021 These are three things we’d like to see get announced.Light Heavyweight Grand PrixWith the additions of Yoel Romero and Corey Anderson, the run...
    If it is already clear that Joe Biden will become the 46th President of the United States, he must take one more final step, not least, before he is sworn in on January 20th. This Wednesday, the results of the big voter turnout in every U.S. state on Dec. 14 must actually be certified by Congress. This certificate will be of particular taste to outgoing Vice President Mike Pence as he will preside over this session as he will preside over the Senate. The task entrusted to Mike Pence is, according to the current White House tenant, a golden opportunity to challenge the referendum results again. As he wrote on Twitter this Wednesday morning, Trump puts the last hope of his victory in his right hand: “If Vice President Mike Pence rises to this occasion, we will win the presidency“, Launches the outgoing president on his preferred social network.”Many states want to correct the mistake they made (it should be) by certifying incorrect or fraudulent numbers in a process that is not approved by their legislature. Mike can turn them...
    LONDON (Reuters) - Senior British minister Michael Gove said on Tuesday he hoped the European Union would move in Brexit trade talks when Prime Minister Boris Johnson meets EU leaders this week, allowing a deal to be struck. "The prime minister is obviously going to Brussels in the next few days and we hope that there will be movement on the EU side," Gove said, adding the principles of British sovereignty had to be respected. "I hope that the EU will recognise that. A deal is in all of our interests, but it can't be a deal at any price." (Reporting by Michael Holden; editing by Costas Pitas) Copyright 2020 Thomson Reuters. Tags: Ireland, European Union, international trade, United Kingdom, Europe
    Bloomberg What Trade War? Trump Heartland Sees Record Farm Sales to China (Bloomberg) — Measured by the bushel, the U.S.-China relationship has never been stronger.Through the trade war and open hostilities at the highest political levels, pig farmers in China and crop farmers in the U.S. have become increasingly interdependent. Already America’s biggest customer of soybeans and sorghum, for this season China bought an unprecedented 11.2 million metric tons of corn, up nearly 1,300% compared with pre-trade-war purchases.For the moment, both sides seem happy. The American imports have helped China feed its hog herd, which is recovering faster than expected after the African swine fever outbreak created a shortage of the country’s most staple protein. Meanwhile, U.S. farm profits are at a seven-year high, riding China’s demand and additional support from federal aid to agriculture.China’s bought nearly 30 million metric tons of U.S. soybeans, the most for this point in the season since 1991 and 57% of America’s export sales. For sorghum, which is also a substitute for corn, China accounts for 80% of sales. Corn purchases, once negligible, rocketed...
    DALLAS (CBSDFW.COM) – The upcoming NBA season will begin in late December, but the question remains if teams like the Dallas Mavericks will be able to have fans in the stands as the COVID-19 pandemic continues. The league and the players association on Monday announced an agreement of starting the 2020-2021 season on Dec. 22 and playing a 72-game schedule. However, as the pandemic continues, the league has not yet announced if fans will be allowed at games. The NBA continued its last season in a “bubble” in Orlando, Florida in July to complete the playoffs and finals. Fans were not allowed during this period. NBA reporter Shams Charania of the Athletic reported that the league sent a memo to teams with COVID-19 protocols for “eligible markets” to have fans. CBS 11 Sports asked Mavericks owner Mark Cuban if fans will be allowed at the American Airlines Center when the season begins. He replied, “We hope so.” When the Texas Rangers played their abbreviated MLB season over the summer, fans were not allowed at Globe Life Field. However, a limited...
    Savannah Rychcik November 5, 2020 0 Comments Rep. Val Demings (D-Fl.) is urging lawmakers to reach an agreement on the next COVID-19 relief package during Congress’s lame duck session. The Washington Post’s Robert Costa asked Demings what the chances are of a COVID-19 relief bill during the lame duck session and whether House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) will move quickly on another round of legislation. “The American people are suffering as a result of this pandemic. They’ve lost their jobs. They’re worried about keeping a roof over their heads and food on the table. Many small businesses have closed, too many of them have closed their doors permanently,” Demings said. She added, “I hope that we have the political will to come together and get a relief package done for the American people.” Watch her remarks below: .@RepValDemings says she hopes passing a stimulus package during the lame-duck session will be the #1 priority. "I hope we have the political will to come together and get a relief package done for the American people." https://t.co/4vbNQVJDhL pic.twitter.com/frzuIEcHTF— Washington Post Live...
    President Trump's reelection bid received a vote of support Friday from an entity most in his party would reject: the Taliban. Taliban spokesman Zabihullah Mujahid told CBS News in a phone interview, "We hope he will win the election and wind up U.S. military presence in Afghanistan." The militant group expressed some concern about Mr. Trump's bout with the coronavirus. "When we heard about Trump being COVID-19 positive, we got worried for his health, but seems he is getting better," another Taliban senior leader told CBS News. The Trump campaign's communications director, Tim Murtaugh, said in a statement to CBS News that it rejects the Taliban's support and that the Taliban should know President Trump will always protect American interests by any means necessary.   Get Breaking News Delivered to Your Inbox The Taliban's enthusiasm for Mr. Trump is grounded in the goal they share of getting U.S. troops out of Afghanistan after 19 years of war – a longtime promise of the president.   There are now fewer than 5,000 U.S. troops in Afghanistan, and national security...
    On Monday’s broadcast of the Fox Business Network’s “Lou Dobbs Tonight,” Secretary of the Treasury Steve Mnuchin stated that he hopes Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) will introduce new coronavirus relief legislation next week that focuses on “kids, jobs, liability protection for small businesses.” And that discussions between the White House, Senate Republicans, and House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-CA) and his team over another round of economic relief are still taking place. Mnuchin said of the push for another round of economic relief, “Well, Lou, we’re going to keep trying. Because it’s too important for the American people.” He continued that both he and White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows “have been hosting daily calls with Mitch McConnell and the Republicans in the Senate, and we’ve been keeping Kevin McCarthy and his team up to date. And hopefully, Mitch will enter new legislation next week that, again, kids, jobs, liability protection for small businesses. As you know, there’s still too many small businesses that have been hurt by this, have nothing to do with their own issue....
    Independence Day is a day familiar to us all. The streets are dressed in red, white and blue, and the sky serves as a canvas for an endless night of fireworks. We enjoy parades and time with loved ones – all while saluting our nation and our freedoms. As we celebrate America’s 244th year as an independent nation, however, the face of our country looks different. This year, we paused at the sound of an alarming pandemic that was sweeping the world. This pause gave a spotlight to injustices that our American brothers and sisters have been facing for generations. JUDGE ANDREW NAPOLITANO: OUR DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE AND THE DECISION TO REVOLT AGAINST BRITAIN America was founded on the principles of liberty and justice for all, yet for too many, these have seemed like lofty ideals rather than daily realities. As we grieve with those who are hurting –whether from the effects of injustice or this deadly virus – we have a unique opportunity to stop and reflect on the history of our nation and the path forward.More from Opinion Andy Puzder: Signs of a 'V'-shaped...
    Farewell, Dame Vera Lynn. The UK’s older pop start has passed away at the age of 103, and it feels like an end of an era. The singer’s family confirmed that she died today morning, June 18, surrounded by her close relatives. She was one of Britain’s best-loved entertainers. Lynn was a British Forces’ Sweethearts during the World War II and her songs, There’ll Be Bluebirds Over, The White Cliffs of Dover and We’ll Meet Again are extremely popular as they gave hope and resilience to many in Britain. She is forever associated with We’ll Meet Again as it resonated with soldiers going off to fight as well as their families and sweethearts during the WWII. Remembering the melodious voice and UK’s oldest pop start, here we watch and listen to We’ll Meet Again, as we always will be connected with her through her beautiful and soul-stirring songs. 97-Year-Old US Navy Pilot Dancing on Justin Timberlake’s Song is Lifting People’s Spirits.  We’ll Meet Again was written in 1939 at the outset of WWII by popular composers Ross Parker and Hughie...
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