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    Gov. Gavin Newsom will square off against Republican challenger Sen. Brian Dahle on Sunday in the one-and-only debate before Californians elect their governor next month. But if you’re scratching your head and thinking – “what debate?” – don’t feel bad. You’re not alone. With Newsom cruising in the polls to an all-but-guaranteed re-election in the deep-blue state, the debate is unlikely to be a game-changer, experts say. And its timing – 1 p.m. on a Sunday – means it’s competing with big games for the Padres, Chargers and 49ers – who now have the added draw of star running back Christian McCaffrey – not to mention all the other Sunday-funday activities around the Bay Area. But political experts who are planning to tune in say it’s a good opportunity to see whether Dahle can rattle Newsom over hot-button Republican issues like homelessness, inflation and crime, as well as to be on the lookout for signs of the governor’s rumored presidential ambitions. And there’s always a chance one of the candidates will slip up. Melissa Michelson, a political science professor at...
    CNN host Don Lemon who is known for ranting about former President Trump on his primetime show claims in a new interview that he had grown tired of the way his network handled politics. Lemon has spent the last eight years in the primetime CNN slot spewing anti-Trump diatribes but is now moving into a new role as the primary host of CNN This Morning, a three-hour-long program set to debut on November 1, a week before midterm elections.  In his first interview since the move was announced, Lemon aired his frustrations about his previous gig. 'Has it been frustrating over the last couple of years having to deal with politics in the way it's been dealt with in primetime? Yes,' he told Semafor. 'Was I tired of it? In some ways, yeah it's gotten old.' The move is one of new CNN boss Chris Licht's most prominent decisions as he seeks to steer the outlet away from 'opinion-based partisan news' and anchors who slam conservatives and the GOP.  Don Lemon has spent the last eight years in the primetime...
    Janet Jackson's 1989 hit Rhythm Nation has a funky beat that makes listeners want to dance, but the tune contains a unique frequency that crashes some older laptops. The issue was revealed by Microsoft's principal software engineer Raymond Chen on his blog The Old New Thing, which he states the song's frequency matched the frequency given off by the laptop's hard drive, which is called a resonate frequency, which is the natural frequency of an object. The crashing laptop is similar to how a glass shatters when exposed to certain sounds - sound released from a source carries the invisible vibration through the air and onto the glass.  The unique frequency in Jackson's song was discovered by an unnamed 'major computer manufacturer' that also found laptops nearby the computer playing also crash. Microsoft declared Rhythm Nation a security vulnerability labeled CVE-2022-38392. Scroll down for videos  Janet Jackson's (pictured) 1989 song Rhythm Nation is deemed a security vulnerability because it will crash laptops when played 'A colleague of mine shared a story from Windows XP product support A major computer manufacturer discovered that playing...
    CELEBRITIES BORN ON THIS DAY: Jack White, 47; Courtney Love, 58; Tom Hanks, 66; Jimmy Smits, 67. Courtney Love (Photo by Rich Fury/Getty Images)  Happy Birthday: Expand your interests. Look for unique ways to advance your skills, knowledge and experience. Consider what attributes you can add to your resume or how best to cut back financially to make your lifestyle fit your income. Determine what’s important to you, and fine-tune your lifestyle to fulfill your dreams. Distance yourself from people bent on tempting you. Your numbers are 3, 17, 24, 29, 33, 40, 48. ARIES (March 21-April 19): Rethink what you want to convey. If you agree to something too quickly, you’ll end up in an awkward position. Listen to what others say, assess the situation and make suggestions that everyone involved will enjoy. Avoid making over-the-top upgrades at home. 2 stars TAURUS (April 20-May 20): Don’t mess with authority figures. Stick to the rules and stay under budget. Don’t let your emotions take you down a path that’s not sustainable. Monitor your finances. Make changes to maintain a less...
    More than half of all Americans think it's 'likely' that America will 'cease to be a democracy,' a new poll found. The Yahoo News/YouGov poll shows that 55% of Democrats and 53% of Republicans share that belief in a stunning sign of pessimism about the country's future.  Additionally the poll found that a majority of Republicans - 52% - say it's likely that 'there will be a civil war in the United States in [their] lifetime' while half of independents - 50% - and a plurality of Democrats - 46% - agree.  The poll, which surveyed 1,541 adults and was conduced from June 10 (the day of the first January 6th hearing) until June 13 (the day of the second hearing), also found Americans have largely given up on one another.   Members of both parties picked negative phrases to describe the person across the political aisle. Republicans, when asked to choose the phrase that best 'describes most people on the other side of the political aisle from you,' a majority used 'out of touch with reality' (30%), a 'threat to...
    by Debra Heine   Twitter is not in business to make a profit or to give people free speech, but to do “something that’s good for the planet,” a company employee can be heard saying in a secretly recorded video. The new undercover footage from Project Veritas features Lead Client Partner Alex Martinez discussing the company’s authoritarian views on speech, and denigrating Tesla CEO Elon Musk as a “loony toon” with “special needs.” Martinez told a Project Veritas undercover reporter that Twitter wants to be “as fair, and transparent, and accurate as possible,” but noted that a “level of censorship” was required to keep the information on the platform accurate. “Right now, we don’t make profit,” he noted, explaining that the company’s liberal ideology “led us into not being profitable.” “The rest of us who have been here believe in something that’s good for the planet and not to give people free speech,” he  declared. Martinez explained that Twitter employees view censorship as a way to correct people who “don’t know how to make a rational decision.” “People don’t know how...
    CNN’s Don Lemon reacted solemnly yet forcefully to Saturday’s mass shooting in Buffalo, where police say a White gunman murdered 10 people at a grocery story. The suspect had posted a lengthy and racist tract online in which he espoused the “great replacement,” which is a conspiracy theory claiming that White Americans are purposely being “replaced” by non-Whites, especially immigrants from developing countries. The idea has been floated by some conservative politicians and pundits, including Fox News’ Tucker Carlson, who has discussed it in multiple shows. The Fox News host discussed the media’s reaction to the shooting on Monday, but he did not address replacement theory. Lemon said these figures and the alleged gunman are on the same page. “Let’s just say he wasn’t influenced by certain people,” Lemon stated. “Boy, they sure are humming the same tune in unison.” He aired a montage featuring Reps. Brian Babin (R-TX), Scott Perry (R-PA), Sen. Ron Johnson (R-WI), and Carlson all advancing the idea that the current American electorate is being replaced or remade by new voters. Lemon reiterated his earlier point....
    CELEBRITIES BORN ON THIS DAY: Jemima Kirke, 37; Channing Tatum, 42; Tom Welling, 45; Kevin James, 57. Jemima Kirke (Photo by Dimitrios Kambouris/Getty Images)  Happy Birthday: Tune into what’s going on around you, and you will connect with the right people at an advantageous moment. Flawless vision will keep you in step and ensure that you take advantage of what’s available to you. Trust your intuition, and use your knowledge and experience to guide you to a place that suits your expertise and desire. Pick up momentum. Your numbers are 6, 14, 22, 27, 32, 36, 45. ARIES (March 21-April 19): Go over every detail with a microscope. Don’t give anyone a chance to prove you wrong or meddle in your business. Your determination and thoroughness will be your redeeming features against outside interference and setbacks you encounter. 3 stars TAURUS (April 20-May 20): Don’t wait until it’s too late. Pitch in and do your part. An enthusiastic attitude will put you in a leadership position that gives you the clout to get things done in record time. The feedback...
    Georgia Republican Senate candidate Herschel Walker apparently isn't as certain about what happened in 2020 as he used to be. During his time as co-chair of the President's Council on Sports, Fitness & Nutrition under Donald Trump, Herschel Walker repeatedly spread Trump's false claims that the 2020 election had been stolen from Trump and that he, and not Joe Biden, had won in Georgia. Now, as he runs for Senate in the Georgia Republican primary, Walker says he has no idea if those allegations were true. In an interview posted on Gainesville, Georgia, website AccessWDUN on Wednesday, the former pro football player was asked, "Do you believe there were problems with the 2020 election in Georgia?" "I don't know if there were problems with the 2020 election," he replied. "What I do know is that, right now, I'm gonna win this seat, and, you know, everyone has complained, even Stacey Abrams complained that her race wasn't fair. And I've heard a lot of people saying a lot of things. One thing that I gotta worry about right now, that I'm...
    Creative Director Gherardo Felloni Sings His Own Song in Roger Vivier’s Spring ’22 Musical Short Film College football upset alert: Expert picks for Week 5 underdogs with best odds to win © Dave J Hogan / Getty Images Ruby Tandoh is a food writer. Dave J Hogan / Getty Images Former "Great British Baking Show" finalist Ruby Tandoh revealed that she no longer watches the show. She said the theme song makes her "feel sick" after receiving online abuse from fans. She also addressed her feud with the show's judge Paul Hollywood in the "How To Fail" podcast. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Former "Great British Baking Show" star Ruby Tandoh revealed earlier this week that she no longer watches the hit baking competition series and said that the theme tune makes her "feel sick." Tandoh, who was a finalist on the fourth season of the series, received online abuse after the show came out because some fans accused her of trying to seduce one of the show's judges, Paul Hollywood. The food writer was vocal...
    FORMER Bake Off star Ruby Tandoh says her dislike of the show is now so intense, even hearing the familiar theme tune makes her “feel sick”. The 29-year-old cook appeared on the baking show in 2013, famously falling out with judge Paul Hollywood afterwards - and she can no longer “have anything to do with it”. 3Ruby says she can no longer listen to the Bake Off theme tuneCredit: Handout 3The baker no longer watches the show Asked if she still watches it, Ruby said: “No, not at all. No, I can’t. I appreciate it as a show, I think the format is clearly compelling, but no.  “When I hear the little song, the little jingle at the start, I feel sick. I can’t have anything to do with it, I’m afraid.” During her time on the show there was speculation that Paul was flirting with her, but the pair later came to blows a number of times on Twitter - until he blocked her. Among other insults Ruby branded Paul a “walking gammon joint” and a “peacocking man child”,...
    Donald Trump will host and commentater on a September 11 boxing match between Evander Holyfield and Vitor Belfort in Hollywood, Florida.  The match will take place at The Seminole Hard Rock Casino on Saturday, with boxing fans able to tune in to watch for $49.95. The new venture was announced on Tuesday for the former president with the event being called 'The Most Anticipated Heavyweight Fight of The Year.'  Donald Trump Jr. will also be present for the fight in Hollywood, Florida.  The match will take place at The Seminole Hard Rock Casino on Saturday, with boxing fans able to tune in to watch for $49,95.
    On Sunday’s broadcast of FNC’s “The Next Revolution,” Rep. Brian Mast (R-FL), a 12-year Army veteran and member of the House Foreign Affairs Committee, explained how the Biden administration got it wrong on Afghanistan. According to the Florida Republican lawmaker, part of the problem was President Joe Biden’s prioritization of “optics,” which he said was something that was a hallmark of the Obama administration, which Biden served as vice president. “One reason, very simple: This goes back to the same tune as the Obama administration,” he said. “Optics are their most important protocol. They want to make sure, as they said before, this was important to Jennifer Psaki. This is not a combat mission. They don’t want it to appear as a combat mission. They’re going to do everything to stay away from that, even though they had to bring in triple the troops that were in there previously. That’s how people really get hurt is by worrying more about the optics than unleashing the most capable military force on the planet, our Special Operations Forces, our Rangers, our others, our...
    RADIO talk show host and former critic of the Covid-19 vaccine Phil Valentine has died after weeks of battling the virus. The 61-year-old, from Tennessee, publicly mocked the country's vaccination efforts and disagreed with mask mandates before contracting the virus in July. 1The 61-year-old host died on Saturday from coronavirusCredit: AP “We are saddened to report that our host and friend Phil Valentine has passed away,” Valentine’s radio station, SuperTalk 99.7, tweeted yesterday. “Please keep the Valentine family in your thoughts and prayers.” Most read in NewsTRUMP TV Trump tells huge crowd 'everything woke turns to s**t' & bashes Biden over TalibanLUCKY NUMBERS Powerball draw TONIGHT as $250million jackpot winner a remains mysteryBRACE FOR LANDFALL New York declares state of emergency Hurricane Henri nears the coastONCE IN A BLUE MOON Ultra-rare 'Blue Moon' will be visible TONIGHT... but there's a catchTALIBAN TROLLS Shocking photo shows Taliban butchers MOCKING US by recreating Iwo Jima picCODEBREAKER TikTok star with Covid certificate barcode tattoo scans into McDonald's According to WKRN, his death was confirmed by a number of Valentine's co-workers who had spoken...
    Viewers are continuing to flee from CNN anchor Don Lemon, even after relaunching his primetime program amid his dramatic ratings slump.  Last week marked the debut of "Don Lemon Tonight," which is virtually no different than the anchor's long-running two-hour program "CNN Tonight." The only difference between both shows was that "CNN Tonight" had higher ratings.  "Don Lemon Tonight" averaged a measly 816,000 viewers in his 10 pm ET timeslot from May 17-21, which is an 11% decrease from Lemon's final week of "CNN Tonight," which averaged 898,000 viewers from May 10-14, according to Nielsen data.  Lemon's viewership has seen a steep decline since the beginning of the year, when his show averaged 3.48 million viewers during the week of the Capitol Hill riot that took place back on Jan. 6, marking a whopping 77% decline. CNN'S DON LEMON PANNED FOR ‘DESPERATE’ PUBLICITY STUNT AFTER SUGGESTING HE WAS LEAVING NETWORK The primetime anchor was hoping to generate buzz after what critics described as a "desperate" publicity stunt when he seemed to suggest to viewers on his May 14 broadcast that...
    CNN anchor Don Lemon is being panned over what critics described as a publicity stunt about his future at the network.  On Friday, Lemon repeatedly teased a major announcement he was going to make on "CNN Tonight," even hinting that whatever he announced would be the "end of an era." Before closing his show, Lemon told viewers that "CNN Tonight with Don Lemon" was abruptly ending.  CNN DEDICATES JUST 4 MINUTES TO ISRAEL-GAZA CONFLICT DURING THE ENTIRE WEEK IN PRIMETIME "It's been really, really great. This is the last night that will be ‘CNN Tonight with Don Lemon,’" Lemon said. "So, I appreciate all the years of ‘CNN Tonight with Don Lemon.’ But changes are coming. And I will fill you in." The announcement sparked a wild response on social media with both fans and critics sounding the alarm of what he strongly suggested was a sudden departure from the liberal network.  Shortly after, Lemon took to Twitter and assured his viewers that he was not leaving CNN.  "Everybody, calm down," Lemon said. "I didn't say I was leaving CNN,...
    CNN's Chris Cuomo sparked outrage on Twitter on Friday when he said 'you know I'm black on the inside' in his handover segment with Don Lemon. The offending clip started when Cuomo, 50, sang the words to the theme song from the popular '70s sitcom Good Times. The show, which aired on CBS from February 1974 to August 1979, followed a black family living in a public housing project in a poor, black neighborhood in Chicago. Lemon laughs before asking Cuomo: 'How do you know all the words to Good Times?' 'You know I'm black on the inside,' Cuomo responds, before Lemon belts out the theme song. Scroll down for video  CNN's Chris Cuomo sparked outrage on Twitter on Friday when he said 'you know I'm black on the inside' in his handover segment with Don Lemon USA Today reporter Mike Freeman pointed out the offending clip on Twitter, sparking fierce responses Critics on Twitter were quick to respond after USA TODAY sports reporter Mike Freeman pointed it out with an image of a perplexed Tom character from...
    More On: brooklyn nets James Harden’s mom defends MIA son amid desire for Nets trade Steve Nash is changing Nets’ approach to defense Nets working to stay healthy on two fronts Disgruntled James Harden misses Rockets’ first practice The Rockets have no idea where AWOL James Harden is. But he has made it pretty clear where he wants to be, and that’s Brooklyn, not Houston. With rumors swirling about Harden having demanded a trade, and having stayed away from training camp to help force one, his status has become the elephant in the room. It is one the Nets are trying to ignore. “I guess we let the elephant be,” Nets coach Steve Nash said of the Harden rumors. “I love our guys and hopefully they all feel really valued and wanted and respected. We have so many guys that bring so much to the table. “When I’m in the gym with them every day I feel fortunate. So hopefully they feel that, and they don’t feel that we’re looking out the window at greener pastures, because we love...
    A female basketball player suggested people don’t tune into the WNBA like they do for the national soccer team because most players are black, tall, and gay. "It's 70%-80% black women, a lot of gay women. We're tall; we're big. And I think there's just maybe this intimidation factor with that. People are quick to talk about it, judge it, put it down. And soccer, you just don't see that just based on how they look,” Seattle Storm point guard Sue Bird said. Bird’s response comes after CNN asked her about girlfriend and soccer star Megan Rapinoe’s comments that the female soccer league draws viewers because most players are “white girls next door.” “Where’s that same energy for the best women’s basketball players on the planet?? Where’s that energy for the women’s sports that — instead of scanning cute and white and straight — scan tall and black and queer?” Rapinoe said. Bird continued in echoing the comments on Saturday, "To be completely blunt, but also kind of simple, soccer players generally are cute little white girls....
    KELLY Clarkson sang she's been a "bad, bad girl" in a sexy cover of Fiona Apple's tune Criminal. The performance follows her divorce from Brandon Blackstock. 9Kelly performed a sexy cover of the Fiona Apple songCredit: The Kelly Clarkson Show 9She showed off her impressive vocal range during the performanceCredit: The Kelly Clarkson Show 9Kelly filed for divorce from Brandon in JuneCredit: Getty Images - Getty During Monday's episode of The Kelly Clarkson Show, the 38-year-old host showed off her impressive vocal range while singing the 1996 song. She emotionally belted out the lyrics: "Don’t you tell me to deny it. "I've done wrong and I wanna suffer for my sins. "I've come to you 'cause I need guidance to be true. "And I just don't know where I can begin." 9The emotional cover was performed on The Kelly Clarkson ShowCredit: The Kelly Clarkson Show 9She sang about needed to be 'redeemed'Credit: The Kelly Clarkson Show She continued to sing about the "need to be redeemed to the one I've sinned against because he's all I ever knew of love."...
    TV game show host Tom Kennedy has died at the age of 93. His daughter Courtney and nephew Ben confirmed to Fox News that Kennedy — born James Edward Narz — died on Wednesday in his Oxnard, California home. The cause of death is unknown at this time. “He passed away peacefully,” said Ben. Kennedy was known best as the host of “Name That Tune” and “You Don’t Say!” Variety reports that Kennedy moved to Los Angeles from Louisville, Ky. to pursue a career in broadcasting, and after working in radio, he began hosting game shows in the 1950s. In order to avoid confusion with his brother, also a host, he changed his name to Tom Kennedy. Aside from “Name That Tune” (1974-1981) and “You Don’t Say!” (1963-1969), the television personality was known for hosting “Split Second” (1972-1975) and “Password Plus” (1980-1982).” Additionally, he hosted a syndicated nighttime edition of “The Price is Right” in the ’80s and briefly had his own talk show. Eventually, Kennedy would retire and earn the Game Show Congress’ Bill Cullen award for lifetime achievement,...
    KELLY Clarkson is continuing to sing her heart out following her divorce two months ago. On the latest Kellyoke, the star sang "you lied" from Aretha Franklin’s breakup tune Don’t Play That Song. 6Kelly Clarkson is continuing to sing her heart out following her divorce two months agoCredit: NBC 6Yesterday, The Kelly Clarkson Show host once again took on Aretha Franklin for the Kellyoke installmentCredit: Getty Images - Getty Yesterday, The Kelly Clarkson Show host once again took on Aretha Franklin for the Kellyoke installment. This time Kelly wailed out the late legend's 1970 hit, Don’t Play That Song (You Lied). She's recently taken on covers of Chain of Fools and (You Make Me Feel Like) A Natural Woman. 6On the latest Kellyoke, the star sang ‘you lied’ from Aretha Franklin’s breakup tune Don’t Play That Song.Credit: NBC 6She's recently taken on covers of Chain of Fools and (You Make Me Feel Like) A Natural WomanCredit: NBC Last week on her show Kelly dueted with Brandi Carlile for an emotional cover of The Civil War's Poison & Wine. She notably...
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