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    New York (CNN Business)Rush Limbaugh wrapped up his final show of 2020 with an emotional outpouring of gratitude for the support he's received during his battle with Stage 4 lung cancer."You have no idea what you all have meant to me and my family," the 69-year-old radio host said at the end of "The Rush Limbaugh Show," on December 23. "The day is going to come folks where I'm not going to be able to do this."The conservative political commentator is a Trump ally. He was awarded the Medal of Freedom during the State of the Union address in February. Limbaugh reflected on the year, saying, "I don't know too many people who enjoyed 2020 — probably some sickos out there who have — but 2021 has to be better." He added, "I wasn't expected to be alive today."The radio host was diagnosed with lung cancer in January. He shared his cancer diagnosis in February and in October, he announced that his cancer is terminal.Read MoreHe closed the show, which has been on air for more than 30 years, saying,...
    GOP politicians claim top infectious diseases specialist Anthony Fauci said schools should have stayed open during the pandemic. He never said that. Donald Trump and other GOP politicians are attacking Dr. Anthony Fauci on social media, falsely claiming the top infectious diseases specialist said in a weekend interview that schools should never have closed during the COVID-19 pandemic. Retweeting a Fox News clip Tuesday morning, Trump weaponized Fauci's ABC interview against him. "The president was RIGHT when he said get the kids back in school — Now Dr. Fauci says, 'You know what, I'm looking at the data — the kids should be in school," Trump tweeted, quoting "Fox and Friends" cohost Brian Kilmeade. 
    Kim Kardashian West is seeking to stop the execution of a Texas man who was sentenced to death for his involvement in the 1999 murders of two youth ministers.  The reality star-turned-prison reform advocate highlighted the case in a tweet on Sunday, writing: 'A terrible case has been brought to my attention and I need your help. Without it, on December 12th Brandon Bernard is going to be executed for a crime he participated in as a teenager.' Bernard, 40, was given the death penalty in 2000 for killing Todd and Stacie Bagley with the help of four accomplices, all of whom were teenagers at the time, in Killeen, Texas.   The teens were accused of holding the Bagleys at gunpoint and stealing their car before shooting them dead and burning their bodies in the trunk.     Last week Bernard's attorneys asked a federal judge to postpone his execution, claiming that prosecutors suppressed critical evidence during his trial two decades ago. The defense said Bernard was not with his four accomplices when they kidnapped the Bagleys, and that he only became involved...
    ROCKSTAR Ozzy Osbourne has revealed that he's "lucky" his wife Sharon Osbourne didn't "leave" him after he cheated on her in 2016. Ozzy, who turns 72 next week, recently opened up about his affair in a new interview for British GQ's Men of the Year issue. 10Ozzy Osbourne opens up about his indiscretions in a new interview with British GQCredit: Getty Images - Getty 10He and his wife Sharon have been together for almost 40 yearsCredit: AP:Associated Press The father of three admitted that he hurt his wife, saying he "broke her heart" and he's "not proud" of his behavior. The legendary couple first married in 1982, and share children Aimee, 37, Kelly, 36, and Jack, 35. In May of 2016, the couple briefly split after word arose that Ozzy had cheated on his wife of almost 40 years with his hairstylist, Michelle Pugh. In the GQ interview, the TV personality admits: "I've done some pretty outrageous things in my life. I regret cheating on my wife. I don't do it anymore. 10Ozzy admits that he regrets cheating on SharonCredit:...
    A HAPLESS Mayor has apologised for covering his Belgian town in huge penis-shaped Christmas lights. Anthony Dumarey admitted he didn't know the bright white column lights with bulbous blue tips looked like phalluses "until they were switched on". 7Yule be sorry - the Christmas decorations consist of long columns with bulbous blue tipsCredit: Newsflash 7Where’s rude-olf? A Belgian Mayor insists the saucy lights will stay upCredit: Newsflash The red-faced bureaucrat quickly tried to fob off blame for the saucy lights, pinning the botch-up on council staff. They'd been roped in to design them on the cheap as part of cost-cutting efforts. The X-rated decorations were revealed during switch-ons in the municipality of Oudenburg in the Belgian province of West Flanders, and several local boroughs. Dumarey said: “The first time I saw them during the day, I didn’t pay any attention to them. "[However] once they were illuminated, I noticed immediately. “Let’s just say that we will have the country’s most talked-about Christmas lights this year.” The Mayor noted "there has been a lot of reaction, but of course we...
    QUAWAN "Bobby" Charles' family say they believe he was beaten to death despite an autopsy finding the 15-year-old most likely drowned. The family has said it is unlikely that the teenager drowned in ankle-deep water in a sugar field, and disputed cops' claims that injuries to his face were from "aquatic activity." 9Two autopsies said Quawan Charles 'likely drowned' Credit: Facebook In an interview on Monday morning on Good Morning America, Quawan's cousin, Celina Charles, said she and her relatives think he was beaten to death. "I am angry, I am frustrated. I mean literally we think that somebody beat him," she said. The teen's body was found in a field on November 3 about 25 miles from his Louisiana home and relatives believe the injuries he sustained were comparable to Emmet Till's 1955 lynching. 9Quawan was found in rural Louisiana – and his family insist he was killedCredit: AP:Associated Press 9His death is being treated as a homicide after his remains were found about 30 minutes from his homeCredit: Google Maps However, muddy water was found in his airways...
    Ric Ocasek's oldest son Chris Otcasek has called his late father a 'narcissist' who was 'never there,' saying he didn't hear from the rocker for most of his childhood until his band The Cars shot to fame.   The 56-year-old video game lead artist, who uses the original spelling of the family name, publicly accused his father of being a 'deadbeat dad' and notably absent from his life long before his death.   'My father, in essence, died the day I was born,' Chris told Page Six. 'He was never present, he was never there. Even when he was, he was never there and that’s the abandonment that I’m referring to.' Candid: Ric Ocasek's oldest son Chris Otcasek (pictured in 2014) accused his late father of being a 'narcissist' who was 'never there' when he was growing up  Going public: On the one-year anniversary of his death, Chris shared a photo of himself and his brother Adam with their father, writing: 'You don’t exist. We didn’t either' Ric died of natural causes in the Manhattan townhouse he shared with his estranged wife...
    DAVID MOYES joked that he chose not to perform a knee slide after West Ham's comeback against Tottenham - because it had 'been done'. Jose Mourinho is no stranger to a knee slide but was on the wrong end of the boisterous celebrations at the end of Sunday's mad London derby. 2David Moyes lapped up his side's dramatic comeback on Sunday afternoonCredit: PA:Press Association 2Opposite number Jose Mourinho has performed plenty of knee slides in his time, including this one as Real Madrid boss in 2012 With Tottenham leading 3-0 at half-time, the Hammers battled back to grab a point. And Manuel Lanzini's stunning equaliser sent his side into raptures - including Moyes who madly celebrated on the touchline. The Scot likened his reaction to a memorable moment from ex-Tottenham boss David Pleat while managing Manchester City. ???? | David Moyes current mood: pic.twitter.com/1Zdvc2OA2C— Sky Sports Premier League (@SkySportsPL) October 18, 2020 Moyes told Sky Sports: "It’s a lot like a David Pleat moment, which would have been fitting at this club. "But I wasn’t going to slide down the...
    An 11-year-old Missouri boy who left a note saying he was running away was fatally struck by a car just two miles into his journey to his father’s home, his distraught mother said. Zaelynn Wiseman left his home in Maryland Heights early Tuesday because he was upset about being grounded for stealing a credit card belonging to his mother’s cousin, Rhonda Cox, to buy video games, the St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports. Zaelynn was living with Cox after his mother, Garmeisha Terry, lost custody of the boy when he was 7 years old. The youngster said he was headed to Cape Girardeau, some 125 miles away, to visit his father, Terry told the newspaper. “He left her a note and said, ‘I’m running away. I’m going to Cape to be with my dad,” Terry said. “He didn’t make it that far from her house.” Just two miles into his trek, Zaelynn was hit by a Volkswagen Jetta as he tried crossing Interstate 270 in Maryland Heights at about 6:30 a.m. Tuesday. The driver, a 24-year-old woman, stayed at the scene until...
    Kyle Rittenhouse's mother has recalled the moment her 'crying and pale' son returned home to Illinois after fatally shooting two protesters in Wisconsin - as she defended the 17-year-old who she says would be dead if he hadn't been armed.  The teen, who was arrested at his home in Antioch, Illinois a day after the shootings, has remained in custody in his home state as his lawyers fight his extradition to Wisconsin to face trial. Prosecutors say he shot and killed two protesters and injured a third on the streets of Kenosha on August 25.  His attorneys have argued that he was acting in self-defense and have portrayed the him as a courageous patriot who was exercising his right to bear arms during unrest over the police shooting of black man Jacob Blake. Rittenhouse's mother Wendy, 45, defended the teen in an interview with Fox News on Friday. Kyle Rittenhouse's mother Wendy has recalled the moment her 'crying and pale' son returned home to Illinois after fatally shooting two protesters in Wisconsin - as she defended the 17-year-old who she says...
    BARCELONA'S new signing Sergino Dest has revealed that he didn't understand a word Lionel Messi said to him when they met at the Nou Camp Dest, 19, was delighted to meet the Messi but admitted that he didn't understand a word he said to him. 2Dest was happy to meet Messi but didn't understand what he was sayingCredit: Getty Images - Getty Speaking to NOS Sport he said: "If I'm honest, I don't know what he told me, but we were both smiling, so everything must be fine, right? Despite the language barrier he said that he was an admirer of Messi and meeting him was a "special" moment. The American added: "The Argentine doesn’t speak English, but it was very special to meet him." In addition to the language issue, Dest made the headlines when he made a sham of kick-ups at his Barca unveiling. He managed to save face by finishing off the debacle with a sublime skill. 2 Barca reportedly had him come back and film the kick-ups again after the blooper video went viral. Dest...
    President Donald Trump raised the prospect of a dystopian future in the future if he fails to win reelection – hours after saying he held back warnings about the nature of the coronavirus to avoid sowing 'panic.' Trump made the claim as one of a barrage of tweets Thursday as he fended off news of the release of excerpts from Bob Woodward's book.  'The Democrats never even mentioned the words LAW & ORDER at their National Convention,' Trump wrote, of the convention that took place last month.  President Donald Trump has repeatedly pointed to urban unrest and violence in an appeal to suburban voters 'That’s where they are coming from. If I don’t win, America’s Suburbs will be OVERRUN with Low Income Projects, Anarchists, Agitators, Looters and, of course, “Friendly Protesters.” Trump has repeatedly been tweeting about the suburbs this summer and fall. In July he tweeted about 'Suburban housewives of America.' He also has warned that low-income housing poses a risk to suburbs. Days ago, he tweeted: 'Suburban voters are pouring into the Republican Party because of the...
    Joe Biden spoke with CNN’s Jake Tapper for an interview airing Thursday, and in an excerpt released today the former vice president unloaded again on President Donald Trump for his admissions to Bob Woodward about downplaying the seriousness of the coronavirus early on. Biden told Tapper “it’s disgusting” and noted how the death toll has reached over 190,000 in the United States. “I don’t get it. I truly don’t get it. It’s like the way he talks about our veterans. It’s astounding to me.” In response to Trump saying he just didn’t want to create a panic, Biden said “we have no confidence in his leadership” and cited research saying if the president acted earlier, it would have saved thousands more live. Biden ripped Trump for not pushing mask use and social distancing sooner, and said, “He waved the white flag. He walked away. He didn’t do a damn thing. Think about it. Think about what he did not do. And it’s almost criminal.” You can watch above, via CNN. Have a tip we should know? [email protected]
    President Donald Trump admitted on Wednesday he downplayed the threat of the coronavirus in order not to cause panic after a bombshell revelation that he knew how deadly the pandemic could be.  'I'm a cheerleader for this country. I love this country. I don't want people to be frightened. I don't want to create panic,' he told reporters at the White House.  'Certainly I'm not going to drive this country or the world into a frenzy. We want to show confidence. We want to show strength, we want to show strength as a nation. That's what I've done,' he added 'Leadership is about confidence. Confidence is confidence in our country,' he noted. His admission comes after excerpts appeared from Bob Woodward's forthcoming book on the Trump administration, where, in recorded interviews, the president spoke privately about the deadly nature of the coronavirus even as he was publicly downplaying the severity of COVID-19. President Donald Trump admitted he downplayed the threat of the coronavirus in order not to cause panic 'We don't want to instill panic. We don't want to jump up and...
    On Wednesday, Dr. Anthony Fauci disputed Bob Woodward’s account that the National Institute of Infectious Diseases director slammed President Donald Trump over his coronavirus leadership. Fauci gave an interview to Fox News’ John Roberts shortly after Woodward’s bombshell tapes emerged of Trump acknowledging the lethality of the coronavirus were, but saying his plan was to publicly downplay it. When asked for his response, Fauci said he did not recall Trump downplay the virus as alleged, and that Trump’s remarks during coronavirus press briefings were in line with discussions among the White House’s Covid-19 task force. “He didn’t really say anything different than we discussed when we were with him. I may not be tuned in to the right thing they’re talking about. I didn’t see any discrepancies what he told us and what we told him and what he ultimately came out publicly and said.” Fauci added that “I didn’t get any sense [Trump] was distorting anything,” though he later added that “it may have happened, but I have not seen that kinds of distortion.” As Roberts continued...
    Giancarlo Granda on Good Morning America on Friday morning  The pool boy who had an affair with Jerry Falwell Jr's wife Becki says he told him to 'go for it' with her the first time they had sex and that he waited for them on a bed, 'drunk and giggling' after telling him that they didn't like swingers clubs and wanted an 'intimate session'.  Giancarlo Granda, now 29, appeared on Good Morning America on Friday morning to share more alleged details of his tawdry six-year relationship with the couple.  He said Jerry is 'lying' about never being involved in his affair with Becki and that he 'knew from day one' but is now 'trying to throw her under the bus'.  The former Liberty University president claimed at first that he had no knowledge of their affair and that it devastated him to learn about it. He said he Granda was lying in his claims that he 'liked to watch them', and that he has been trying to extort them.  Granda, in his interview, rebuffed his denial.  'Jerry's lying. That...
    Tyler Cameron took a visit down reminiscence lane for his new YouTube channel, and revealed that he was like a deer in headlights when he first met Hannah Brown on “The Bachelorette.” “I principally black out, I freak out,” he mentioned in his “Reacting to My Season of the Bachelorette” video. “The lights, the cameras. I’ve been watching everybody else go earlier than me, and I’m like, ‘Oh, I obtained this,’ after which I get out of the limo and I black out.” “I don’t even know what I’m saying,” Cameron, 27, added. “I’m speaking out of the aspect of my neck. I’m simply saying the craziest issues, after which I understand, ‘Oh s—t. I’m alleged to be saying these strains to her proper now,’ and I type of choose it up midway.” Though their first assembly didn’t go as easily as he’d hoped, the Florida-born actuality star got here in second place. Brown, 25, obtained engaged to Jed Wyatt, however the “Bachelorette” star broke it off by the “After the Last Rose” episode as a result of...
    OLYMPIC superstar Usain Bolt says he did not get a fair chance in Australian football. Having retired from athletics, the Jamaican sprinting legend landed himself a trial with the Central Coast Mariners in 2018 but it did not come to much. 2Usain Bolt says he did not get a fair chance with Central Coast Mariners 2Sprint legend Bolt made no secret of his desire to play football during his sprint career Manchester United fan Bolt, 33, made no secret of his desire to play professional football after his world record breaking sprint career. And he was given the chance with the A-League side where he played in two friendlies - scoring twice in the second. However, the two parties could not agree a longer term deal and Bolt's footy career was over before it had really started. Despite turning down an offer from Maltese club Valletta, the speed merchant still feels frustrated by his Aussie adventure. Bolt told Wide World of Sports: "I think I didn’t get a fair chance. “I didn’t do it how I wanted to...
    Ted Yoho addressed during a House floor speech Wednesday his confrontation with colleague Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, but said he 'cannot apologize for my passion.'  'I stand before you this morning to address the strife I injected into the already contentious Congress,' Yoho said in prepared remarks after House Majority Leader Steny Hoyer called on him to apologize for his conduct from the House floor. 'I rise to apologize for the abrupt manner of the conversation I had with my colleague from New York,' the Florida Republican continued. 'It is true we disagree on policies and visions for America, but that does not mean we should be disrespectful.' He dismissed the aggressive ordeal as a 'misunderstanding.' Congresswoman Ocasio-Cortez denounced Yoho's comments, claiming it was not actually an apology. 'Republican responds to calling a colleague 'disgusting' & a 'f—ing b***h' w/ 'I cannot apologize for my passion' and blaming others,' the New York City representative tweeted Wednesday along with a clip of his remarks. 'I will not teach my nieces and young people watching that this an apology, and what they should learn...
    Donald Trump's CIA intelligence briefer, Beth Sanner (pictured), made rare public comments on Monday as she spoke about the challenges she faces while delivering intelligence to the president Donald Trump's CIA intelligence briefer made rare public comments on Monday as she spoke about the challenges she faces while delivering intelligence to the president.  According to Politico, Beth Sanner, who is a senior official at the Office of the Director of National Intelligence, spoke during an event hosted by the Intelligence & National Security Alliance.  Sanner said it's important to understand if this 'is someone who reads? Someone who likes a story? Operates on visuals?' 'You figure out before you go in what that person needs from you.' She then said: 'Be calm in your confidence, do your homework, and have that first briefing be where you hit the things they need from you.' 'Watch your audience and pivot—when they’re done, you’re done. Ultimately, it’s about listening to be heard. You have to really hear people and then adjust yourself,' she added.  Sanner's mention of being able to 'pivot' during...
    CIA Director Gina Haspel will brief Speaker Nancy Pelosi and other members of the congressional 'Gang of Eight' at the White House on Thursday on the intelligence report that claimed Russia was offering a bounty on U.S. soldiers killed in Afghanistan. National Security Agency Director Paul Nakasone will also led the classified briefing to the top lawmakers, White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany confirmed on Wednesday. It will be the first briefing for Pelosi on the issue and comes as she slammed President Donald Trump as 'unqualified and ethically unfit' to serve as president and commander-in-chief. 'The fact is very clear. The President is intellectually unprepared, personally unqualified and ethically unfit to serve as President of the United States. And now he has undermined any credibility he may have had as Commander-in-Chief, if he could call a possible assault on our troops, our men and women in uniform, by the Russians a hoax, without even wanting to read about it, learn more about it and make a really informed judgment about it,' the speaker told MSNBC on Wednesday. Speaker...
    CNN host Chris Cuomo claimed Tuesday that St. Louis attorney Mark McCloskey, who went viral for confronting a mob of protesters with firearms, has become "the face of political resistance to the Black Lives Matter movement." During the contentious interview, in which McCloskey reaffirmed that protesters who broke an iron gate to access his private property threatened to kill him and his family, Cuomo declared that McCloskey and his wife, Patricia, have become the "face of white resistance" because President Donald Trump retweeted a video of the couple defending their property. McCloskey did not react kindly to the accusation. Mark McCloskey and his wife, Patricia. (Image source: Twitter video screenshot) Cuomo said, "To me, it's not about what's right and wrong in a court of law, it's what we have right and wrong about how we treat each other. And that's why the president retweeted this tweet ... Mr. McCloskey, you know it. He retweeted it because he liked the image of white resistance to [the Black Lives Matter] movement." McCloskey fired back, "I'm glad you...
    Denver Broncos coach Vic Fangio apologized on Wednesday for saying he didn’t “see racism at all in the NFL” in comments he made on Tuesday to reporters. “After reflecting on my comments yesterday and listening to the players this morning I realize what I said regarding racism and discrimination in the NFL was wrong,” the 61-year-old Fangio said in a statement released on the team’s Twitter account. “While I have never personally experienced those terrible things first-hand during my 33 years in the NFL, I understand many players, coaches and staff have different perspectives. “I should have been more clear and I am sorry.” Fangio said on Tuesday’s call that he was “shocked, sad and angry” about George Floyd’s death, calling it a “societal issue that we all have to join in to correct.” But the next comment Fangio made on Tuesday was the one he wanted to clear up. Vic FangioGetty Images “I think our problems in the NFL along those lines are minimal,” said Fangio, who has been in the NFL coaching ranks since 1986, except for...
    NY Rep. Eliot Engel, the 16-term Democratic congressman who was largely missing in action as his Bronx district was ravaged by the coronavirus, returned on Tuesday — only to declare he didn’t really care about the looting rocking his constituents. The Bronx-Westchester lawmaker, 73, was at a press conference with local leaders and elected officials when he asked Bronx Borough President Ruben Diaz Jr. if he could make some remarks at the microphone. When Diaz Jr. said there were too many people on the list, Engel mumbled through his face mask: “If I didn’t have a primary, I wouldn’t care.” “What was that?” Diaz Jr. asked him, according to the audio captured on a News 12 live feed of the event and shared on Twitter by NY1 reporter Emily Ngo. see also NY Rep. Eliot Engel ‘completely lost touch’ during coronavirus crisis, challenger says Veteran New York Rep. Eliot Engel could be setting himself... “If I didn’t have a primary, I wouldn’t care,” he repeated. “Don’t do that to me,” Diaz Jr. scolded him. The veteran lawmaker is facing an...
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