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    On January 2, Omar Montes, Fani Carbajo, Luis Rollán and Kiko Rivera messed it up in a Marbella shopping center dressed as the Three Wise Men by bringing together crowds of people who wanted to see television stars. If this was already something striking, it increased when Kiko Matamoros assured that The former participant of ‘The island of temptations’ and the singer had taken advantage of the event to spend the night together. Fani Carbajo, Omar Montes and Luis Rollán in ‘Viva la vida’ It is assumed that Carbajo and Montes were in the same hotel room and the next day shopping in the city. After all the speculation, Christofer Guzmán’s partner visited the set of ‘Viva la vida’ on January 16 to deny everything: « There is absolutely nothing. I was in a room and next to it was Omar’s « , said the former contestant of ‘The strong house’. « There have been kisses and fooling around with Omar Montes in Marbella, which you have told about »replied José Antonio Avilés. The ex-survivor was not the only commentator in the Telecinco space...
    (CNN)A 91-year-old British man who became an internet sensation after being interviewed on CNN following his first dose of the Pfizer/BioNTech coronavirus vaccine has received the required second jab.Martin Kenyon told CNN on Tuesday that he had his second and final shot of the vaccine on December 29, as previously arranged with Guy's Hospital, in London.The grandfather said he is in good health and still in awe of just how much attention he keeps receiving over his vaccination, calling it "nonsense." Kenyon had his first vaccine on December 8, when the UK became the first country to begin vaccinating its citizens with a fully vetted and authorized Covid-19 shot, marking a landmark moment in the coronavirus pandemic.Martin Kenyon, who recieved the Pfizer/BioNTech vaccine in December, spoke to CNN.Kenyon's rise to fame came just minutes after receiving his first injection, following an interview with CNN outside Guy's Hospital, which later went viral.Read MoreHe told CNN at the time: "I hope I am not going to have the bloody bug now. I don't intend to have it [coronavirus] because I've got granddaughters...
    Gregory and Travis McMichael at an arraignment hearing in November. AP Photo/Lewis Levine Newly released police body camera footage shows the immediate aftermath of the February 23 killing of Ahmaud Arbery. It shows Travis McMichael saying he had no choice but to shoot and kill Arbery, a Black jogger who McMichael said he believed was responsible for nearby break-ins. It also shows police officers trying to comfort McMichael and treating his father, a former law enforcement employee, with deference. The McMichaels were arrested on murder charges months later and have pleaded not guilty. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Travis McMichael told police officers "there was nothing else I could do" but shoot Ahmaud Arbery, a Black man jogging through his neighborhood, who McMichael chased through the streets with his truck. "If he would have stopped, this wouldn't have happened," McMichael said. Body camera footage of McMichael's interaction with Glynn County police officers was first obtained by the Atlanta Journal-Constitution. The Daily Mail posted segments of the footage on Thursday. The Glynn County Superior Court Clerk's Office...
    Upland Drive moratorium continued until June As the pandemic continues, the Philipstown Town Board last week received briefings about mental health and nutrition programs in the Highlands, including counseling and food aid available to residents. Danielle Pack McCarthy, executive director of the Philipstown Behavioral Health Hub, a town-supported resource center, and Cathleen Donovan, a nutritionist, separately addressed the board at its Dec. 3 monthly meeting at the Recreation Center in Garrison. Both women live in Philipstown. Pack McCarthy, who regularly updates the board on Hub activities, said it has seen an uptick in inquiries from residents undergoing mental stress or addiction problems, as well as those feeling uneasy because of financial setbacks or other challenges. In November the agency worked with 22 clients, including 12 of whom who were new. “For a small town, that’s a sizeable number,” she said. Now a year old, the Hub has added three part-time staff members and, unlike many social service agencies, continues to offer in-person appointments, at its office on Stone Street in Cold Spring. “That’s a real benefit” to many people, “a...
    Hanukkah 2020: When it is and what to know (no, its not the Jewish Christmas) Fact check: Woman in Indiana charged with modifying absentee ballot applications, not mail-in ballots Tiffany Haddish says she turned down hosting the Grammys pre-show ceremony after being told there was no compensation and she would have to pay for everything herself © Getty Images/Tommaso Boddi/FilmMagic Tiffany Haddish. Getty Images/Tommaso Boddi/FilmMagic Tiffany Haddish rejected an offer to host the Grammys pre-show because the Recording Academy expected her to perform without any compensation. Haddish also said that her hair, makeup, and wardrobe expenses would have to be paid for out of her own pocket. She said: "I don't know if this might mean I might not get nominated ever again, but I think it's disrespectful." Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Comedian Tiffany Haddish said she turned down an offer to host the 2021 Grammys pre-show because the Recording Academy expected her to take on the duties without any compensation. During an interview with Variety, the "Girls Trip" star also said that her hair...
    President Donald Trump's Chief of Staff Mark Meadows told Republican senators that there are 'about 45 days left of the president's term,' according to Texas GOP Sen. John Cornyn.  But throwing a bone to Trump - and his refusal to concede the presidential election to President-elect Joe Biden - Meadows said the president could be around for another term too.  'But he did, I have to be honest with you, he did say, whether it's 45 days or four years and 45 days,' Cornyn told Capitol Hill reporters, repeating what Meadows had said in the closed door lunch.  White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows went to lunch with GOP senators on Capitol Hill Wednesday. They describe Meadows of delivering a 'goodbye message' Sen. John Cornyn, a Texas Republican, told reporters that Meadows had said there are 'about 45 days left of the president's term.' But Meadows also said Trump could be around another four years  President Donald Trump has stayed out of sight as he contests the presidential election that he lost to President-elect Joe Biden,...
    A Wisconsin Republican Party leader on Friday accused Milwaukee County election officials of breaking the rules on how absentee ballots can be counted by telling workers to fill in missing names and addresses if they are missing. The bombshell claim comes as the Trump campaign is challenging vote totals in several key states where Joe Biden has moved ahead since Election Day. Waukesha County Republican Party executive Kenneth Dragotta, who directed a 2016 recount in Waukesha and Milwaukee counties, told the Washington Examiner the Wisconsin Elections Commission instructed workers to write in the names and addresses of witnesses if ballots were not completed properly. "They're telling the City of Milwaukee, 'Go ahead and just write down the witness name and address if you can find it,' where the statute specifically says that it must be the elector and the witness that comes back in or provides a signature, not just the witness that comes in, but the witness and the elector have to come back in and complete that certification envelope," Dragotta said. "We've got an administrative body that is...
    A young woman who is convinced her mother has been murdered is pleading for help to solve the bizarre missing person's case after her father told her that her mom had died in a psychiatric hospital and she was cremated despite there being no record of her death. Ellie Green's 52-year-old mother Angela Green hasn't been seen since June 2019 when she vanished from Prairie Village in Kansas.  The 20-year-old said her father Geoff Green had told her that Angela had been admitted to a psychiatric facility that month.  She said he told her the following month that her mother had died and that he had her cremated.  The University of Kansas junior said she initially believed her father's version of events but began to have doubts as the months wore on.  Ellie Green's (right) 52-year-old mother Angela Green (left) hasn't been seen since June 2019 when she vanished from Prairie Village in Kansas. She says her father Geoff Green (center) told her she had been admitted to a psychiatric hospital where she later died
    Former New Jersey Gov Chris Christie has revealed he spent seven days in intensive care after contracting Covid-19 from the White House superspreader event and now admits it was a mistake not to wear a mask.  The Republican said he had spent the past seven months being vigilant because he was more at risk due to his asthma but that he let his 'guard down' during the White House event. Christie, who is a Trump ally, on Friday said it now wasn't enough for the President to express approval of masks, saying 'we should be even more affirmative about it'. The 58-year-old tested positive for Covid-19 on October 3 just days after attending Amy Coney Barrett's ceremonial nomination to the Supreme Court in the Rose Garden. Former New Jersey Gov Chris Christie said he had spent the past seven months being vigilant because he was more at risk due to his asthma but that he let his 'guard down' during the White House event Christie was also among those to help President Donald Trump with his debate preparation in a series...
    A Brazilian model went to the police after she was reported missing by her family to say she was 'happy' with her life in Rio de Janeiro just months before she was found 'disorientated' and shoeless in one of the city's slum, reports have claimed. Eloisa Pinto Fontes, 26, once graced the covers of Elle, Grazia and Glamor but was reported missing by relatives in May. She was thought to be living with a boyfriend in Barra da Tijuca in the West Zone of Rio, according to her family, but was found in the Morro do Cantagalo favela in Rio in the south-east of the country on October 6. A local neighbourhood watch team were tipped off about an unknown woman who had been wandering the favela - shirtless and shoe-less - for two days.  Months ago, on July 30, Fontes is believed to have visited police at the 16th Barra da Tijuca (DP) to say she was 'not in any danger', according to Brazilian website Epoca. Former model Eloisa Pinto Fontes, 26, was found wandering through a favela in...
    Michael Caputo, the Trump loyalist installed at the Health and Human Service Department who told followers to 'buy ammunition,' says in a bleak rant posted to his followers that 'deep state' scientists want Americans to get the deadly coronavirus.  Caputo apologized in an emergency staff meeting Tuesday after the New York Times reported on his Facebook post, where Caputo lashed out at opponents, lamented the state of his own mental health, and told people: 'If you carry guns, buy ammunition, ladies and gentlemen, because it's going to be hard to get.' Caputo, who delivered the video message from his home in upstate New York, tells his 5,000 followers: 'I'm under siege. It's been going on for a couple of weeks. And I don't care. BecauseI have the president's support. I know that because he's told me so.' Communications official for the Department of Health and Human Services, Michael Caputo, lashes out at government scientists in a Facebook rant that has been revealed. Caputo took down the video and apologized to staff Michael Caputo, the top communications official at the...
    AN INTRUDER who broke into Eminem's home told the rapper he was there to kill him, police said Wednesday. The rapper, born Marshall Mathers, awoke one day in early April to find a man standing behind him in his Clinton Township home, officer Adam Hackstock testified. 3Eminem woke up to find a man standing behind himCredit: Getty - Contributor The rapper originally thought the intruder was his nephew, Hackstock said. But police later identified the person as Matthew David Hughes. Hackstock said it was discovered during the preliminary investigation that "when Mr. Mathers asked [the intruder] why he was there, he was told by Mr. Hughes that he was there to kill him." Richard Glanda, Hughes' attorney, said his client denies he said that. "I'm not sure where [Hackstock's statement] came from," he said, adding "there was no physical contact between the two in the house." 3The home intruder, identified as Matthew David Hughes, told Eminem he was going to kill him, according to policeCredit: Macomb County Sheriff Office 3The rapper reportedly brought Hughes through his home and to the exitCredit:...
    The man accused of breaking into Eminem’s home said he was there to “kill him” when the rapper confronted him in his living room, a court heard Wednesday. Matthew David Hughes, 27, allegedly came face-to-face with the entertainer when he slipped past security April 5 at the home in Clinton Township, Michigan, the Detroit Free Press reported. The rapper, whose real name is Marshall Mathers, initially believed the man standing behind him was his nephew but then realized it was a stranger, a police officer told a court. “When Mr. Mathers asked him why he was there, he was told by Mr. Hughes that he was there to kill him,” Clinton Township cop Adam Hamstock testified, the outlet reported. The rapper didn’t appear in court, where the judge ruled that there was sufficient cause to move forward with the trial. Hughes faces charges for first-degree home invasion and malicious destruction of property. An arraignment has been set for Sept. 28 in Macomb County Circuit Court, the Free Press reported.
    Matthew David Hughes, 27, was arrested in April for breaking into Eminem's mansion The man arrested in April for breaking into Eminem's mansion outside Detroit stood over the rapper's bed and threatened to kill him, a court has heard. Matthew David Hughes, 27, appeared in Macomb County District Court on Wednesday, facing charges of first-degree home invasion and malicious destruction of property. Officer Adam Hackstock testified that Eminem, whose real name is Marshall Mathers, awoke to find someone standing over his bed. 'When Mr. Mathers asked him why he was there, he was told by Mr. Hughes that he was there to kill him,' Hackstock said on the stand, according to the Detroit Free Press.  Hackstock said that Eminem told him he escorted Hughes out of the house through a TV area, game room and basketball court to an exit out of the house. Hughes, seated right, appeared in court on Wednesday. He faces charges of first-degree home invasion and malicious destruction of property Eminem (pictured above in 2018) confronted a home intruder at his house in Detroit in April, after...
    A Qantas flight attendant among 20,000 employees stood at the airline and after 31 years worried about her future at the company, she found a man who could give her some guidance. Richard Goiter, the head of the iconic airline, was recently shopping with his wife at a Perth Colossus when the woman approached him with “red eyes and tears”. “He wanted to know if there was a future,” Mr Goeter saidBossNewspaper. Related: Qantas boss is the key to overseas travel Related: Qantas faces legal action over job cuts “It was one of the most difficult conversations, and I said: ‘Well, it’s hard.’ She said: ‘What should I do? Can I get fired at Qantas? Can i stay I love Qantas. ‘” Mr. Goiter said Boss “Like most of our staff,” the woman admitted, “she’s just curious about Qantas,” and the conversation was “challenging for me,” because what do you say? “ He said he hoped Qantas would be back in the air by mid-2021 if a vaccine came early next year and said “hang there”. Related: Call for Qantas...
    Jacob Blake, the black man shot in the back seven times by Wisconsin police sparking national outrage and heated protests, was armed with a knife, the Wisconsin Attorney General revealed Wednesday. Officers tried to subdue him with a taser before opening fire as they responded to a 911 call at the scene.  Blake, a 29-year-old father of six, was shot multiple times in the back by Kenosha officers responding to a dispute at the scene on Sunday evening.  Video of the shooting soonafter emerged on social media, where it sparked outrage and fueled bloody protests in the streets of the city denouncing police brutality and racism.   Jacob Blake lies on the street after he got shot following a police shooting in Kenosha, Wisconsin, on Sunday Officers were called to the scene 'after a female caller reported that her boyfriend was present and was not supposed to be on the premises.' 'During the incident, officers attempted to arrest Jacob S. Blake...Law enforcement deployed a taser to attempt to stop Mr. Blake, however the taser was not successful in stopping Mr....
    The alleged Kenosha shooter told the Daily Caller during an interview before the shooting Tuesday night that he was there to “help people” and protect property from rioters. Two people were shot dead Tuesday night in Kenosha, Wisconsin. The alleged shooter, Kyle Rittenhouse, was arrested and charged with first-degree murder, according to CBS News. Prior to the shooting, the Daily Caller reporter Richie McGinniss had an opportunity to interview the 17-year-old Rittenhouse and ask him why he was armed in front of a burnt business in Kenosha. (RELATED: Alleged Kenosha Shooter Charged With First-Degree Murder) “So people are getting injured, and our job is to protect this business, and apart of my job is to also help people,” Rittenhouse told McGinniss. “If there’s somebody is hurt, I’m running into harm’s way. That’s why I have my rifle because I need to protect myself, obviously. But I also have my med kit.” WATCH:  I interviewed the alleged shooter before the violence started. Full video coming soon: pic.twitter.com/G3dVOJozN7 — Richie????McG???? (@RichieMcGinniss) August 26, 2020 After the interview, gunfire rang out, according...
    Florida businessman Maximo Alvarez came close to tears as he talked about how those in his native Cuba were deceived by Fidel Castro and Americans shouldn't make the same mistake.  'I may be Cuban born, but I am 100 per cent American,' he told those watching the first night of the virtual Republican National Convention. 'This is the greatest country in the world. If I gave away everything I have today, it would not equal 1 per cent of what I was given when I came to this great country of ours: The gift of freedom,' he said, his voice breaking.  He added that, 'I still hear my dad: there is no other place to go.'  Florida businessman Maximo Alvarez, a Cuban immigrant, recalled the empty promises made by Cuban leader Fidel Castro, and suggested that progressive Democrats were making many of the same claims  Maximo Alverez spoke from the Mellon Auditorium in Washington, D.C., and came close to tears when he talked about escaping Castro's Communism for freedom in the United States  Alvarez, the founder of Sunshine Gasoline,...
    REAL MADRID'S Paul Pogba pursuit is OFF after club president Florentino Perez reportedly told his first-team stars that there will be no new signings this summer. Zinedine Zidane's men successfully wrestled their league title back from Barcelona this season, but disappointed in the Champions League. 4Paul Pogba will NOT be joining Real Madrid this summerCredit: Getty Images - Getty 4Zinedine Zidane will not be able to recruit new players this summerCredit: AP:Associated Press The Frenchman tasted knockout defeat in the competition for the first time as a manager when Manchester City beat his team 4-2 on aggregate in the round of 16. Rather than continuing to rebuild, however, Zidane will have to to work with what he has. According to Marca, Real Madrid general manager Jose Angel Sanchez gathered the first-team squad following their defeat at the Etihad, in order to inform them of the club's summer plans. Sanchez revealed that owing to Covid-19-related financial issues, there will be no new signings through the door this summer. This effectively brings an end to any talk of signing the likes of...
    MEGHAN’S dad Thomas Markle last night warned the royal couple: “This is the worst time in the world to be whining.” And estranged Thomas admitted: “I love my daughter but I really don’t appreciate what she’s become right now.” ⚠️Read our Meghan and Harry blog for the latest news on the Royal couple. 8Thomas Markle has hit out at Meghan and Harry for 'whining' during the coronavirus pandemicCredit: James Breeden - The Sun 8Thomas criticised his estranged daughter for the timing of a new royal biography Credit: Paul Edwards - The Sun The latest twist arrived in the wake of the publication of the explosive royal biography Finding Freedom — with the detail suggesting that the couple had more involvement in it than they admit. The pair deny giving interviews to authors Omid Scobie and Carolyn Durand or in any way contributing. But the book is littered with intimate anecdotes that only the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, or their very closest friends, would know. It makes a string of complaints about the Royal Family and has re-opened wounds between...
    Dear Moneyist, I’m a gay man from a family of 10 siblings, and the only gay member of my extended family of cousins, to my knowledge. I have been dismayed for several years now that some members of my immediate family support Chick-fil-A, the fast-food corporation controversial for its positions placing religious freedom over LGBTQ rights. At best, the company’s stance is irrelevant to these particular siblings. At worst, these positions are a key reason for their support. Some of them have even gone so far as to post Chick-fil-A on their Facebook page for several years now, even though I have brought to their attention how much that hurts me. In contrast to the aforementioned siblings, a couple of my other, supportive siblings, as well as several of my cousins, refuse to patronize Chick-fil-A as a show of solidarity with me and the LGBTQ movement. Also see: Yes, America needs to brace itself for a second wave of coronavirus It has led me to the painful realization that the most homophobic members of the entire extended family are...
    The Canadian squad could conduct the preseason at its headquarters | Julio Aguilar / . This year’s second preseason in the Major Leagues will begin the first week of July. The Blue Jays, the only team based in Canada, had planned to practice in Buffalo but now it looks like it will be in their country. The Blue Bird players received the information from the team to travel to Toronto for practice. A private flight is scheduled for Wednesday of next week, according to a Sportsnet report. #BlueJays players have been told to travel to Toronto. There’s a charter scheduled to leave from Dunedin on Wednesday. No comment from team at this point. – Shi Davidi (@ShiDavidi) June 28, 2020 There is still no official version of the American League team on this issue, but they may have reached an agreement with the authorities to do their prep work at home.
    Coronavirus — Donald trump, President of the United States, organized an electoral meeting yesterday in Tulsa (Oklahoma) in which he gathered just over a third of Tulsa’s Bank of Oklahoma Center capacity. He surprised everyone when he admitted that ordered to reduce the tests of coronavirus: “They are a double-edged sword. When you do so many tests you will find more cases, so I said to my people, stop the tests, please. “ After seeing the commotion his words had raised, Administration sources explained to the American network CNN that the president was “obviously joking” when he made those comments. Guilt of china China was also present in Trump’s speech. The politician again blamed the Asian giant for not having controlled the expansion of the virus. In addition, he took the opportunity to claim as the president of “law and order” and stated that if Biden reaches the White House, it will be “the end of the United States, since it will be controlled by the radical left. “ Republicans are the party of LIBERTY, EQUALITY and JUSTICE for...
    The coronavirus has infected an Arizona sheriff who opposed his state's lockdown order as unconstitutional and said he wouldn’t enforce it. Sheriff Mark Lamb, a Republican, told Fox 10 Phoenix Friday he was infected by someone who attended a political event he held last weekend. “I don’t think there were a lot of people wearing masks there,” Lamb told the station. “I wasn’t wearing a mask.” ARIZONA SHERIFF CALLS GOP GOV'S LOCKDOWN ORDER 'GOVERNMENT OVERREACH,' SAYS HE WON'T ARREST OR CITE VIOLATORS Lamb was one of two sheriffs who said in April they weren’t going to enforce Republican Gov. Doug Ducey’s stay-at-home order to contain the spread of the virus. "I think with this whole pandemic, it's crazy times," Lamb told "Bill Hemmer Reports" at the time. "We've gotten into some very murky waters as it relates to the Constitution. We've seen across the country, I think, there have been some clear constitutional violations as sheriffs." ARIZONA GOV. DUCEY SAYS PUBLIC SHOULD WEAR CORONAVIRUS MASKS AFTER HEATED STATEWIDE DEBATE On Tuesday, Lamb went to the White House planning to join...
    Dr. Anthony Fauci repeated his guidance that masks should be worn to combat the spread of coronavirus as he explained that the public was initially only advised not to wear them because of fears over shortages for medical staff. Dr. Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases and member of the White House Coronavirus Task Force, said that while masks are not 100 percent effective against the spread of coronavirus, they do give some protection. In an interview with The Street, he added that air conditioning is still an unknown in how coronavirus may spread and that he remains 'optimistic' about the vaccines currently being trialed. Dr Fauci also said that while he would like to see sports seasons return, it is still best to stay out of crowds and to physically distance from one another, even if masks are worn.  Scroll down for video  Dr. Anthony Fauci, member of the White House Coronavirus Task Force, has explained that the public were only told that masks were not needed at the start of the coronavirus...
    The parents of missing British girl Madeleine McCann have been formally told that there is “concrete evidence” she is dead, according to reports Tuesday. German prosecutors investigating a jailed rapist who is now the new prime suspect in the 2007 abduction gave the heartbreaking warning to Maddie’s parents, Kate and Gerry McCann, in a letter, The Sun said. “We have written to the McCanns to tell them Madeleine is dead and explaining we just ­cannot say what the evidence is,” German prosecutor Hans Christian Wolters said Tuesday, according to the UK paper. “We have concrete evidence that our suspect has killed Madeleine,” he insisted of Christian Brückner, who is behind bars for raping an American tourist. He said there was “no realistic hope she is alive,” stressing, “This is a murder case, not a missing person’s case.” British police were also alerted to the conclusion, but were not given all the evidence, Wolters said. “I don’t think the McCanns have been informed of all the details but they know the results,” he said. The McCanns’ lawyer in Portugal — where...
    Nick Cordero's health battle isn't over just yet, and his wife Amanda Kloots is keeping the faith. Cordero has been in the hospital receiving medical care for coronavirus-related complications since late March, and his fight has consisted of a leg amputation, multiple mini-strokes and battling several other maladies. While the Broadway star's fight has had many highs and lows, the 41-year-old actor's wife says she has reason not to give up hope. QUIBI STAFF 'FUMING' OVER REESE WITHERSPOON'S BIG PAYDAY AS IT REPORTEDLY FACES LAYOFFS; COMPANY DENIES REPORT "I’ve been told a couple times that he won’t make it. I’ve been told to say goodbye," Kloots revealed on Instagram on Wednesday. "I’ve been told it would take a miracle. Well, I have faith. Faith that is small as a mustard seed sometimes, but that is all you need sometimes." The picture Kloots shared in the post was a black-and-white shot of Cordero holding their son Elvis, and planting a kiss on his cheek. NIRVANA'S KRIST NOVOSELIC CRITICIZED FOR PRAISING TRUMP'S SPEECH AMID GEORGE FLOYD PROTESTS, DELETES TWITTER "He’s still here and despite his odds gets slightly, slightly better...
    (CNN)Nick Cordero's wife, Amanda Kloots, is not giving up on him.Kloots took to Instagram on Wednesday to give fans another health update on her husband, who has been hospitalized at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles fighting an intense battle with coronavirus for more than two months."I've been told a couple times that he won't make it. I've been told to say goodbye," Kloots wrote alongside a photo of Cordero holding their 11-month-old son. "I've been told it would take a miracle. Well, I have faith. Faith that is small as a mustard seed sometimes, but that is all you need sometimes. He's still here and despite his odds gets slightly, slightly better every day. Where there is faith, there is hope. Where there is hope, there can be a miracle!" View this post on Instagram I've been told a couple times that he won't make it. I've been told to say goodbye. I've been told it would take a miracle. Well, I have faith. Faith that is small as a mustard seed sometimes, but that is all you...
    Amanda Kloots says she’s been told to say goodbye to husband Nick Cordero amid his two-month long battle with COVID-19 but has faith he’ll pull through. “I’ve been told a couple times that he won’t make it. I’ve been told to say goodbye. I’ve been told it would take a miracle. Well, I have faith,” Kloots, 38, posted to Instagram Wednesday. “Faith that is small as a mustard seed sometimes, but that is all you need sometimes.” In April, the 41-year-old Broadway star was hospitalized at Cedars-Sinai Medical center in LA with a suspected coronavirus infection. He had to have his right leg amputated due to complications from the virus and has been on a ventilator for weeks. Cordero recently suffered a setback with a lung infection. Kloots added, “He’s still here and despite his odds gets slightly, slightly better every day. Where there is faith, there is hope. Where there is hope, there can be a miracle! Like my dad has said since day one, every day he’s still with us is a miracle. I believe God is with...
    President Trump is trying to help African nations battle the coronavirus in an apparent effort to boost the US’s influence there to combat China’s, according to a new report. The Trump administration has offered ventilators to African countries grappling with the virus and pledged some $270 million in foreign aid to at-risk places including Algeria, Botswana, the Republic of Congo, Ghana and Liberia, Politico reported Friday. The commander-in-chief made phone calls last month to the leaders of Rwanda, South Africa, Kenya, Ethiopia and Nigeria, a notable outreach given his limited emphasis on Africa since he took office, according to the outlet. The administration also reportedly pledged up to 1,000 ventilators to South Africa, home to Africa’s largest number of coronavirus cases. The White House sees Africa as a battleground in its recent spat with China, which has been the continent’s largest trading partner for more than a decade, Politico’s story says. “It’s an important source of support for the Chinese Communist Party and they are working hard to make sure their narrative gains traction over the US message,” Joshua Meservey...
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