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    One New Jersey Lottery ticket matched four of the five white balls and the Powerball in the Wednesday, Nov. 9, drawing winning the $50,000 third-tier prize.  The winning ticket was sold at Applegreen Cleveland, MM 92.9 North NJ Turnpike, Woodbridge in Middlesex County. The winning numbers for the Wednesday, Nov. 9, drawing were: 07, 14, 24, 30, and 56. The Red Power Ball number was 07. The Power Play was 2X.   The Double Play drawing results for the Wednesday, Nov. 9, drawing were: 04, 15, 31, 52, and 62. The red Double Play Power Ball number was 16.
    Ian has strengthened to Category 4 hurricane status and its projected path has changed as it nears a direct hit on the southwest Florida coast with the potential to be one of the most devastating and costly storms in US history. Early Wednesday morning, Sept. 28, the center of Ian is now heading straight to the Fort Myers/Sarasota, Florida area, a notable shift in the path to the south southeast after early path projections had its track moving farther north toward Tampa and St.Petersburg. It is about 65 miles west-southwest of Naples, Florida at about 7:30 a.m. Wednesday, according to the National Hurricane Center. It's packing winds of 155 miles per hour making it close to a Category 5 storm after it barreled through Cuba, knocking out that nation's power grid. Catastrophic wind damage, 12- to 16-foot storm surge, and flash flooding are expected after it makes landfall sometime during the afternoon on Wednesday in the Fort Myers area, likely during high tide. Ian's latest projected path is shown in the first image above from AccuWeather.com. Projected wind speeds for Ian through...
    Self-professed "car guy" President Joe Biden cracked a joke at the Detroit Auto Show Wednesday, claiming he would ditch his Secret Service detail for a new Corvette. Biden, who got into the driver's seat of an orange Chevrolet Corvette Z06, fired up the engine and told General Motors CEO Mary Barra to inform the head of his detail that he would not need a ride home. WATCH: BIDEN HOLDS HANDS WITH GOV. WHITMER AT AUTO SHOW “I tell you what, tell the head of my Secret Service detail I’m driving home,” Biden joked. "Want to come with me?" President Biden, self-proclaimed Car Guy, is living it up at the Detroit Auto Show:"I'm driving home. Wanna come with me?" pic.twitter.com/DVZ7P2BUgy— The Recount (@therecount) September 14, 2022 The joke came as the president toured the auto show, which included a mix of U.S.-manufactured hybrid, electric, and combustion vehicles from Ford, Chevrolet, General Motors, and Stellantis. Biden additionally greeted union workers, CEOs, and local leaders at the show, which he attended to promote his economic plan and...
    President Joe Biden touted his administration's handling of the pandemic in remarks delivered hours after he tested negative for COVID-19, ending a five-day isolation period. Biden spoke in the Rose Garden, marching to the podium with a mask but removing it to talk, and drew cheers for saying that he could now return to work in person. DEMOCRATS SEE ONE CHANCE TO OUTPERFORM BIDEN'S DISMAL POLLING IN NOVEMBER "My symptoms were mild, my recovery was quick, and I'm feeling great," he said. "The entire time I was in isolation, I was able to work. ... It's a real statement about where we are in the fight against COVID-19." He took a shot at his predecessor, Donald Trump, by noting that the former president had to be transferred to the Walter Reed National Military Medical Center when he got the coronavirus in 2020, whereas Biden continued working from the upper floor of the White House. Biden also struggled to pronounce the name of the drug he took, Paxlovid, stumbling over the word before saying, "I used...
    If you missed last month's supermoon, you have another chance.This month's full moon is Wednesday. At the same time, the moon's orbit will bring it closer to Earth than usual. This cosmic combo is called a supermoon.That can make the moon appear slightly bigger and brighter, weather permitting.SEE ALSO: 1st high-res image from NASA's new Webb telescope revealed EMBED More News Videos President Joe Biden on Monday revealed the first image from NASA's new space telescope - the deepest view of the cosmos ever captured. One name for Wednesday's full moon is the "Buck moon" - a reference to the time of year when new antlers are growing on male deer, or bucks.The supermoon on June 14 was the "Strawberry moon" because it's the full moon at strawberry harvest time.Video in the media player provided by AccuWeather.
    The workers handing out 3-D glasses were a clear sign that we were in for a very different kind of concert on Wednesday night (July 6) at the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium in San Francisco. Very different, that is, for any band not named Kraftwerk, the pioneering German electronic music troupe that has been embracing 3-D technology for many years. The Düsseldorf-born act — which currently consists of founding member Ralf Hütter as well as Fritz Hilpert, Henning Schmitz and Falk Grieffenhagen — first wowed Bay Area fans with its 3-D tour during three nights at the Fox Theater in Oakland in 2014. And it would do so again during its highly anticipated return trip to the Bay Area, playing more than two dozen songs and delivering some eye-popping visuals in its 2-hour show on Wednesday. The band members looked like characters from the movie “Tron” as they walked out onto the stage in jumpsuits decorated with glowing LED strips and took their places at their keyboard stands/podiums, where they should remain basically motionless — except for moving their hands...
    The U.S. military’s presence in Europe is about to get a whole lot bigger as fears grow over an unhinged Vladimir Putin. President Joe Biden announced the news at a NATO summit in Madrid on Wednesday, pointing the finger directly at the Russian leader who has repeatedly claimed NATO expansion is to blame for his bloody onslaught against Ukraine. “In a moment where Putin has shattered peace in Europe and attacked the very, very tenets of the rule-based order of the United States and our allies—we’re stepping up,” Biden said. The U.S. military will now have permanent headquarters for the U.S. 5th Army Corps in Poland; will deploy an additional rotational combat brigade to Romania; “enhance” rotational deployments to the Baltics (where there will be a “persistent, heel-to-toe presence in the region”); deploy two more Navy destroyers to Spain; and two additional F-35 squadrons to the United Kingdom, according to the White House. The news is not expected to go over well in Moscow, where the Kremlin has repeatedly claimed U.S and NATO moves in Eastern Europe are an...
    ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — A Minnesota meteorologist has won more than $75,000 over three days on “Jeopardy!” The St. Paul Pioneer Press reported that Eric Ahasic took home his biggest haul on Wednesday with $35,600 to bring his total winnings to $75,600. Cant say being the "#Jeopardy cat guy" was something I saw coming, but I accept my title nonetheless. Mayim is a *big* cat person & seemed really excited for this one! https://t.co/SnK6iBA9T8 — Eric Ahasic (@EricAhasic) June 9, 2022 He earned $5,000 in Wednesday’s Final Jeopardy! segment, which posed this answer: “A participant in this 1773 event recalled, ‘Some of our numbers jumped into the hold … I never labored harder in my life.’ ” Ahasic said the Boston Tea Party, which was the correct response. His fourth episode is set to air Thursday afternoon. The 32-year-old Ahasic works in the National Weather Service’s Chanhassen office. He’s been a “Jeopardy!” fan since he was a teenager and finally got on the show after applying annually for 15 years. (© Copyright 2022 The Associated Press. All Rights...
    In this article RBLXVIDEO2:0802:08Options Action: Roblox growthOptions ActionAs Roblox kicked off Thursday's trading with a 20% spike, one options trader has to be feeling good about a major bullish bet they placed Wednesday on the interactive tech company. Roblox reported a miss on the top and bottom lines for its first quarter before the bell Wednesday, but it did announce much better-than-expected user growth rates, which spurred a rally in the name before it settled into a much more modest 3% gain as of Wednesday's close. That user growth was very likely what compelled this particular trader to make a long-term bullish bet on Roblox. "One single trade accounted for more than 13% of today's total volume, where a trader purchased 18,000 contracts of a January 2024 17.5/30/65-call spread risk reversal," OptionsPlay's chief strategist, Tony Zhang, said Wednesday on CNBC's "Fast Money." The fact that this trade accounted for such a significant portion of Wednesday's action is eye-popping, especially since Roblox traded 470% of its average daily volume. "This is a very long-dated January 2024 bullish view targeting $65 to...
    By MATTHEW BARAKAT FAIRFAX, Va. (AP) — Actor Amber Heard told jurors Wednesday how difficult it has been for her to relive her troubled marriage to Johnny Depp as part of a libel lawsuit he filed against her . “I struggle to find the words to describe how painful this is,” she said at the outset of her testimony. “This is horrible for me to sit here for weeks and relive everything.” Heard’s testimony comes after a psychologist hired by her lawyers testified that Heard suffers from post-traumatic stress disorder from multiple acts of abuse, including sexual violence, inflicted on her by Depp. Depp is suing Heard for libel in Fairfax County Circuit Court after she wrote a December 2018 op-ed in The Washington Post describing herself as “a public figure representing domestic abuse.” The article never mentions Depp by name, but Depp’s lawyers say he was defamed nevertheless because it clearly referred to accusations she made in 2016 during their divorce proceedings. Depp spent four days on the stand earlier in the trial, testifying he never struck Heard and...
    PITTSBURGH (AP) — Aaron Ashby combined with four relievers on a one-hitter, Tyrone Taylor singled home the go-ahead run in the seventh inning, and the Milwaukee Brewers beat the Pittsburgh Pirates 3-1 on Wednesday night. Neither team got a hit until the sixth inning. Ashby’s no-hit bid ended when Bryan Reynolds hit a hard shot that deflected off the glove of third baseman Mike Brosseau for a single. Making his second start of the season and sixth of his career, Ashby worked 5 2/3 innings, walking five and striking out six. The rookie left-hander allowed his only run on a double-play grounder in the sixth. Trevor Gott (1-0) came on and struck out Michael Chavis. Brad Boxberger, Devin Williams and Josh Hader worked one scoreless inning each. Hader finished for his major league-leading 10th save as NL Central-leading Milwaukee won for the eighth time in 10 games. Christian Yelich and Hunter Renfroe started the Brewers’ rally in the seventh with back-to-back singles off Wil Crowe (1-1). First baseman Yoshi Tsutsugo then mishandled Rowdy Tellez’s grounder, allowing Yelich to score. Taylor...
    The Thomases and one of their biggest fans, Mitch McConnell The federal judiciary is on tap for the House Wednesday, specifically reforming the federal judiciary. The House has a raft of suspension bills—legislation that doesn’t require the regular rules process on the floor—it will run through, including the bipartisan Courthouse Ethics and Transparency Act which the Senate already passed in February. While that’s happening, the Judiciary Committee’s Subcommittee on Courts will hold a hearing on Supreme Court ethics, or lack thereof. That’s the juicy part of the day, with lawmakers spurred on by the disclosure of Ginni Thomas’ text messages showing the depth of her involvement in trying to have a coup. As the spouse of a wildly partisan political activist, Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas at the very least should have recused from any cases related to the 2020 election and Donald Trump. Which of course he did not. This hearing will examine the lack of Supreme Court ethics and Congress’ role in dealing with that, including impeachment. A memo obtained by The Hill from Rep. Hank Johnson (D-GA), the chair...
    One New Jersey Lottery ticket matched four of the five white balls and the Powerball for the Wednesday, April 13, drawing to win the $50,000 third-tier prize.  The ticket was sold at Circle K – Keansburg, 120 Carr Ave., Keansburg in Monmouth County. The winning numbers for the Wednesday, April 13, drawing were: 14, 16, 41, 63, and 68. The Red Power Ball number was 26. The Power Play was 2X. The Powerball jackpot rolls to $325 million for the next drawing to be held Saturday, April 16, at 10:59 pm. The Double Play drawing results for the Wednesday, April 13, drawing were: 17, 51, 54, 55, and 58. The red Double Play Power Ball number was 19.
    One New Jersey Lottery CASH4LIFE ticket won the $1,000 a day for life grand prize, state officials said.  The ticket matched the five white balls and the Cash Ball drawn for the Wednesday, March 16, drawing. The winning ticket was sold at 7-Eleven #34591, 592 Amboy Ave., Edison in Middlesex County. The winning numbers for the Wednesday, March 16, drawing were: 10, 11, 13, 26 and 29. The Cash Ball was: 04.  Additionally, three players matched four white balls and the Cash Ball drawn winning the $2,500 third-tier prize. 
    MIAMI (CBSMiami) — Get ready, South Florida, for soggy conditions on Tuesday. The morning will begin with showers quickly passing through along with a gusty east wind. Then the flow will turn out more southerly which will bump up the humidity levels. Afternoon highs are forecast to top the low 80s across South Florida on Tuesday. READ MORE: Republican State Sen. Jeff Brandes Upset Homeowners Insurance Crisis Wasn’t Addressed During Legislative Session Severe weather outlook for Tuesday. (CBS4) Storms will develop late Tuesday afternoon and will impact parts of Broward and Miami-Dade through the evening hours. There is an isolated chance for a severe storm to develop and produce gusty winds and heavy rainfall. Forecast model shows storms with heavy rain late Tuesday afternoon. (CBS4) READ MORE: Surfside Residents Head To The Polls Tuesday For Municipal ElectionThe threat for severe storms is mainly for Broward and to the north through Central Florida for Tuesday. Then on Wednesday, the severe threat extends more south into Miami-Dade. So another stormy afternoon is forecast for Wednesday with breezy winds ahead...
    One lucky New Jersey Lottery ticket matched five of the five white balls drawn for the Wednesday, March 9, Powerball drawing winning the $1 million second-tier prize.  The winning ticket was sold at The Smoke Shop, 525 Beckett Rd., Logan Townwhip in Gloucester County. The winning numbers for the Wednesday, March 9, drawing were: 13, 22, 34, 51, and 67. The Red Power Ball number was 10. The Power Play was 2X.  The Double Play drawing results for the Wednesday, March 9, drawing were: 08, 09, 43, 45, and 63. The red Double Play Power Ball number was 04.
    After being widely criticized for harassing his estranged wife Kim Kardashian and her new beau Pete Davidson for several weeks—and releasing a short non-apology that was most likely drafted by a fatigued publicist—Kanye West is back on his bullshit, exhibiting his most alarming behavior yet. On Wednesday, West took to Instagram to drop the video for “Eazy,” his joint single with The Game, which reads primarily as a warning to Davidson, as opposed to a thoughtful piece of art associated with his elusive new album Donda 2. While the middling track didn’t receive much fanfare upon its release in January, folks will remember the cover art featuring a skinned monkey and the infamous lyric uttered by West, “God saved me from that crash just so I can beat Pete Davidson’s ass.” The Chicago rapper takes this disturbing message and imagery a step further in the new black-and-white video, which features The Game rapping on top of a casket and stop-animation of West kidnapping an unmistakable clay rendering of Davidson and burying him in the ground. West even raps his verses...
    By JIM HEINTZ, YURAS KARMANAU, VLADIMIR ISACHENKOV and DASHA LITVINOVA KYIV, Ukraine (AP) — Ukraine’s leader decried Russia’s escalation of attacks on crowded cities as a blatant terror campaign, while U.S. President Joe Biden warned that if the Russian leader didn’t “pay a price” for the invasion, the aggression wouldn’t stop with one country. “Nobody will forgive. Nobody will forget,” Ukraine’s President Volodymyr Zelenskyy vowed after Tuesday’s bloodshed on the central square in Kharkiv, the country’s second-largest city, and the deadly bombing of a TV tower in the capital. He called the attack on the square “frank, undisguised terror” and a war crime. The assault on Kharkiv continued Wednesday, even as Russia said it would be ready to resume talks with the Ukrainian side in the evening. A Russian strike on the regional police and intelligence headquarters, according to the Ukrainian state emergency service. It said three people were wounded. The strike blew off the roof of the police building and set the top floor on fire, and pieces of the five-story building were strewn across adjacent streets, according to...
    CHICAGO (CBS)– Roller coaster weather is ahead. Wednesday’s temperatures will be near 50 degrees with windy conditions and afternoon showers. READ MORE: Norridge Mom Says Thief Doctored And Successfully Cashed Her Mortgage Check, And Getting Her Money Back Could Take MonthsA Wind Advisory takes effect from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. with south wind gusts reaching between 40 to 45 mph. A few showers possible but the best chance develops by evening which could be heavy at times. Flooding could be an issues mainly south of 80. READ MORE: Chicago First Alert Weather: Winter Storm Watch Begins Wednesday NightWinter Storm Watch takes effect Wednesday evening through Thursday evening. Rain chances change to freezing rain and then accumulating snow. An icy mix to snow arrives by early Thursday. Accumulating snow between 3 to 7″ is possible with strong winds causing blowing and drifting snow. MORE NEWS: James Massey Pleads Guilty To Inciting Rioting, Encouraging Downtown Looting In Social Media Posts In August 2020Snow and clouds clear out Thursday night and temps fall into the single digits. Friday high temperatures reach...
    MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — Starting Wednesday, you’ll need to show a proof of vaccination or a negative COVID-19 test to get into a restaurant or bar in Minneapolis and St. Paul. The mayors of both cities made the joint announcement last week following the continued rise in COVID cases. This requirement will apply to anyone over the age of 5. READ MORE: St. Louis Park Will Enact Mask MandateIn addition, both mayors reinstated the mask mandate in indoor public spaces as well. One restaurant owner said this move disrupts all the progress their industry has made since losing so much business at the beginning of the pandemic. “It’s a thriving part of our economy and the biggest challenge we have — I think the biggest question we have, is why are we always the one that’s singled out, our industry?” Luke Shimp, owner of Red Cow and Red Rabbit, said. “You can go to day care, you can go to all kinds of other places, gyms, grocery stores and such, but yet it always seems to be the restaurants are what...
    MIAMI (CBSMiami) – A very warm and humid pattern in South Florida continues into the weekend. Friday afternoon highs will hit the low to mid-80s and the same is expected for Saturday and Sunday. The rain chance for Friday is at a minimum but it gets a big bump especially by Sunday. This is because a southerly flow will surge in deeper moisture. READ MORE: Local Schools On Alert Amid Nationwide TikTok Trend Threatening Violence Against Schools (CBS4) A wet start to Sunday is expected followed by a round of spotty showers later Sunday afternoon and a few storms are possible. The unsettled pattern remains for early next week thanks to an area of low pressure that develops over the Gulf of Mexico and slides eastward across the Sunshine State with plenty of moisture. Low in the Gulf will bring a rainy forecast for South Florida early next week. (CBS4) READ MORE: UPDATE: 15-Year-Old Autistic Boy, Ibrahim Ibrahim, Found SafeShowers and storms are expected for Monday and Tuesday with warm highs in the low to mid-80s. Then,...
    ♈ ARIES March 21 to April 20 It can be tricky to balance your own deep-set opinions with trying to keep the peace, at home or at work. But it’s good for people around you to know you can only be pushed so far, for so long. “S” names, and colours that remind you of the sea, can combine in lucky ways. PLAY MYSTIC MEG BINGO TO WIN A SHARE OF £19,000 1 ♉ TAURUS April 21 to May 21 Undercover info may niggle away in your head, reminding you it’s time to make key life changes. By tonight, when your personal moon takes over, you will be ready to take action. This may mean following up on a past date you sense could spell a great future or reviewing a commitment contract. ♊ GEMINI May 22 to June 21 As the moon and sun stand at opposite ends of the zodiac, you can find two very different sides of yourself emerging. Not everyone around you may be ready for this – especially if...
    NEW YORK (AP) — New York City’s police department placed the embattled former head of its sergeants union on modified assignment Wednesday, stripping him of his gun and shield, a day after federal agents raided the union’s office and his home. Ed Mullins resigned Tuesday night as the president of the Sergeants Benevolent Association at the urging of its executive board, hours after FBI agents were seen carrying boxes out of the union’s Manhattan headquarters. Agents also searched Mullins’ home in Port Washington, Long Island. Police Commissioner Dermot Shea said Wednesday that the NYPD’s internal affairs bureau, which has been probing Mullins’ fiery tweets and other activity, was working with the FBI on the investigation that led to Tuesday’s searches. “As a result of that work, you saw some of the investigative powers being exercised yesterday,” Shea said, declining to comment further because the investigation is ongoing. An FBI spokesperson on Tuesday confirmed the raids were part of an active probe, but could not provide details. Mullins, a police sergeant who had been detached to the union full-time, was...
    MIAMI (CBSMiami) — Inter Miami CF takes on Nashville SC in eastern conference play on Wednesday, September 22. The Club is looking to bounce back from its recent 0-4 home loss against the New York Red Bulls, which halted the team’s six-game unbeaten streak. READ MORE: AAA: Florida Gas Prices On Rollercoaster Ride As State Average Reaches New High For 2021 The midweek clash will be the third time this season Inter Miami takes on Nashville this season. Inter Miami CF won the last meeting 2-1. READ MORE: Search Of Florida Nature Preserve For Brian Laundrie, Boyfriend Of Gabby Petitio, Suspended The matchup at DRV PNK Stadium is set to kick off at 7:30 p.m. and will air on our sister, my33 which can be found on the following providers: MORE NEWS: Rabies Alert For Portion Of Weston After Fox Tests Positive ⚽ AT&T U-verse, DIRECTV, and Dish: Channel 33    ⚽ XFINITY: Channel 3 or 436  
    The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors has taken the first steps to phase out oil production in unincorporated areas, including the Inglewood Oil Field — a move that environmental justice advocates celebrated as historic after decades of fighting. On Wednesday, the board unanimously voted to ban new oil wells and evaluate the status of existing ones while changing their zoning to “nonconforming.” The environmental impacts of oil drilling in L.A. County have fallen disproportionately on people of color. Supervisor Holly Mitchell, who wrote two of the drilling-related motions that passed Wednesday, said 73% of county residents who live near an oil well are people of color. According to one of Mitchell’s motions, proximity to oil drilling can increase the risk of asthma and heart disease, as well as the chance of low birthweight babies. The Inglewood Oil Field, one of the largest contiguous urban oil fields in the country, has averaged 2.5 to 3.1 million barrels a year for the last decade, according to its website. The surrounding Baldwin Hills/Crenshaw area is 71% Black and 17%...
    WASHINGTON -- Abortion providers in Texas are asking the Supreme Court to prevent enforcement of a state law that would allow private citizens to sue anyone for helping a woman get an abortion after about six weeks of pregnancy.The request to the court comes after a panel of appellate judges refused to block enforcement of the law before it takes effect on Wednesday.If it goes into effect, the law would rule out 85% of abortions in Texas and force many clinics to close, the providers and abortion rights advocates supporting them said in an emergency filing with the high court on Monday. For now, Planned Parenthood clinics in Texas have stopped scheduling abortions beyond six weeks from conception, spokeswoman Sarah Wheat said."Due to the new law, our health centers are not able to provide abortions to patients after tomorrow unless they meet these extreme new restrictions," she said.At least 12 other states have enacted bans on abortion early in pregnancy, but all have been blocked from going into effect.The Texas law, signed by Gov. Greg Abbott in May, would ban...
    DENPASAR, Indonesia (AP) — More than a hundred Australian citizens left the Indonesian tourist island of Bali on Wednesday aboard a special repatriation flight organized by the Australian government. Many Australians have been stranded on Bali because flights connecting Indonesia to Australia have been limited since the spread of COVID-19 in Indonesia. “This Qantas flight is assigned for Australian citizen repatriation which will take it to Darwin,” airport public relations manager Taufan Yudhistira said Wednesday. The plane flew empty from Sydney to Denpasar, Bali’s capital, and took off for Darwin on Wednesday afternoon with 186 people on board, including infants and crew, Yudhistira said. Ian Young, a passenger, said he will return to Bali after seeing his family in Melbourne. “I have not been able to see my family,” he said. “I’ll just see my family and come back to Bali quickly.” The Australian Consulate General in Bali said the Australian government worked in partnership with Indonesian authorities to arrange the flight for people whose planes have been canceled or whose transit options are no longer available. It said...
    More On: new york mets Only the players can dig Mets out of this mess Mets leave door open to this Noah Syndergaard late-season role Mets-Nationals game suspended by rain until Wednesday The intangible Mets are missing with Francisco Lindor’s absence Francisco Lindor’s recovery from a strained oblique has been largely incremental, but Wednesday marked an important step.  The Mets shortstop took batting practice at Citi Field for the first time in his recovery. He also ran the bases and fielded ground balls as he continued to move closer to a potential rehab assignment.  “Was it game-like? No, because it’s not a game,” Lindor said before the Mets hosted the Nationals. “Felt good, that’s all I can say.”  Acting general manager Zack Scott has given Lindor a four-to-six week timetable from when he first suffered the injury, and Friday will mark exactly four weeks. Manager Luis Rojas said the Mets need to see how Lindor responded to the heavier workload Wednesday before determining his next step.  “The one thing I did hear is it’s going to be a lighter...
    More On: jill zarin Jill Zarin in hideously unglamorous court battle over a Midwestern Rite Aid Luann de Lesseps is introducing beau Radamez Rubio Gaytan to friends Jill Zarin reveals whether she’d be friends with Bethenny Frankel again An impromptu Bravo reunion — plus Rihanna — took over Giorgio Baldi in LA Friday As regular readers of Page Six know all too well, the dark night of injustice has hung heavy over a strip mall in the Midwest lately. But cometh the dawn — Jill Zarin has gotten her Rite Aid back. We hear the “Real Housewives of New York City” alum, 57, won her court case and is once more the proud and rightful owner of an unspecified drugstore in a suburb of Akron, Ohio. According to court papers seen by Page Six, Zarin, the lender and various other local functionaries came to an agreement Wednesday, and she’ll now be able to make the late loan payment and get the business back in her name. As we previously reported, the socialite’s late husband, Bobby Zarin, bought Jill several...
    More On: 2020 olympics Bruce Springsteen’s daughter off to tough start at Olympics Last US beach volleyball team left standing advance into semifinals Luka Doncic is putting together an Olympic masterpiece Mao pins worn by Chinese athletes may test Olympic rules It’s track and field’s time to shine at the 2021 Olympics. Gymnastics and swimming are officially in the rearview, leaving track as the headlining event of the Tokyo games. And there will be several American stars on display in the Olympics’ 12th day. Elsewhere, there is baseball, skateboarding and much more on the docket for Wednesday. Here are the major Olympic events that will take place on Wednesday, August 4: Track and field: 10:30 PM (Tuesday) and 7:00 AM (Wednesday), NBC/Peacock America gets a taste of what’s to come on Tuesday night with the women’s 400m hurdles (10:30 PM), which will feature Sydney McLaughlin (arguably the country’s most famous track athlete behind Allyson Felix), Dalilah Muhammad and Anna Cockrell (sister of NFLer Ross Cockrell). Then Wednesday morning, it’s an onslaught of track finals. The women’s 3000m steeplechase (7:00...
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    Cuban President Miguel Díaz-Canel, who days ago called on revolutionaries to counter anti-government protesters in the streets, acknowledged Wednesday government shortcomings in the lead-up to the unrest in the country. Díaz-Canel, who has been widely criticized for the country’s violent crackdown and Internet blackouts, gave a televised address Wednesday night and acknowledged that his government failures played a role in the protests over food shortages and other problems. "We have to gain experience from the disturbances," he said, according to the Associated Press. "We also have to carry out a critical analysis of our problems in order to act and overcome, and avoid their repetition." Historic protests broke out across Cuba on Sunday night. Díaz-Canel, who heads the Communist Party, seemed uninterested in making any concessions. He placed the blame squarely on the U.S. for stoking resentment and called the protesters mercenaries. At one point, he said, "The order to fight has been given—into the street, revolutionaries!" Cuban President Miguel Díaz-Canel addressed Cuba on Wednesday night. PITBULL SPEAKS OUT IN SUPPORT OF PROTESTERS Cuba is going through its...
    Twins third baseman Josh Donaldson had a fiery response to Lucas Giolito as their sticky substance dispute ramped up with Ozzie Guillen in the crossfire. If you thought the feud between Josh Donaldson and Lucas Giolito was going to wind down, think again. Giolito called Donaldson “a f—ing pest” and accused him of making a “classless move” after he celebrated a home run against the pitcher by saying “hands not sticky anymore” as he crossed home plate. Donaldson made no bones about his issues with Giolito on Wednesday before the Twins took on the White Sox again on Wednesday. “If we’re going to talk about class, which side are you going to choose? Are you going to take the side of someone who is playing the game fair or are you going to take the side of someone that was probably cheating before this happened?” Donaldson said, per Jesse Rogers of ESPN.Josh Donaldson and Lucas Giolito are still going at itDonaldson extended his anger to former White Sox manager Ozzie Guillen, who said he would have thrown at the third...
    Cathie Woods ARK Invest files to create a bitcoin ETF How 2020 Changed the Way We Look at Money College athletics is just days away from a new era. After years of opposition, the NCAA will allow its athletes to earn income via the use of their name, image and likeness. The NCAA’s Division I Council formally recommended to suspend the association’s long-standing amateurism rules related to athletes earning from opportunities like endorsements and autograph signings. The Division I Board of Directors meets Wednesday and is expected to approve the change, doing so just a day before an array of state NIL laws are slated to go into effect on July 1. With a number of states putting their own NIL laws on the books for July 1, the NCAA hoped the federal government would step in and institute national standards before then so rules did not differ on a state-to-state basis. That has not come to fruition, so the NCAA is putting in place this “interim” measure “until federal legislation or new NCAA rules are adopted.” The move...
    The captain of HMS Defender has warned the Kremlin he will do whatever is required to protect the 240 crew serving on his ship. Speaking exclusively to the Mail, Commander Vincent Owen strongly criticised Russian forces for threatening him and the men and women under his command. On Wednesday, a Russian patrol vessel fired repetitive thudding bursts from its 30mm cannon near the British destroyer moments after Cdr Owen ignored their orders to steer away from Crimean waters.  The dramatic incident witnessed first-hand by the Mail plunged UK-Russia relations to their lowest point since the Salisbury poisonings in 2018. Cdr Owen, 42, accelerated to overtake the Russian border vessels and continued his course through Crimean territorial waters. It was then the bursts of cannon fire were heard on her port side. It followed a series of radio messages that a gunnery exercise was occurring in the area. Cdr Owen said: 'I have always got the inherent right of self-defence, to defend the men and women aboard the ship. 'It is part of my orders delegated to me by the commanding...
    Pennsylvania Senate lawmakers approved a measure Wednesday that would strip away the authority of the Department of Health to implement mandatory masking and social distancing orders. The amendment, tucked into a broadly liked bill to ban vaccine passports, eviscerated any bipartisan support for the proposal, Senate Bill 618. “This whole thing turned into a political punch at our governor,” said Sen. Lisa Boscola, D-Bethlehem. “I was going to vote yes, but because of that amendment, it’s an easy 'no' vote for me because it’s so totally irresponsible.” Sens. Kristin Phillips-Hill, R-Jacobus, and Judy Ward, R-Hollidaysburg, co-sponsored the legislation in April on the heels of New York’s Excelsior Pass launch. The app provides digital proof of a COVID-19 vaccination or negative test using a QR code that is connected to the state's vaccine registry and the databases of several testing companies. “As every Pennsylvanian who wants to receive the vaccine does so, we are saying the state or local governmental entities should not involve itself in personal health care information of the public,” Phillips-Hill said Wednesday. “We...
    Former President Donald Trump boasted over his victories regarding several allegations against him in a statement Thursday, claiming the allegations have revealed themselves to be nothing more than a “nothingburger.” “This week, I have been totally exonerated by the Inspector General in the clearing of Lafayette Park, despite earlier reports that it was done for political purposes,” he said. “And I have been totally exonerated in Congress by the testimony of former White House lawyer Don McGahn. It came, it went, and it was a big ‘nothingburger.'” (RELATED: Scholar Unravels ‘The Big Lie’ Surrounding The Trump Campaign And Russian Collusion) Demonstrators protesting the death of George Floyd were forcibly removed between St. John’s Church and Lafayette Park in June 2020. Legacy media largely blamed the incident on Trump when he gave a speech at the church shortly after. The Interior Department inspector general revealed Wednesday that Trump’s speech had no connection to the removal of the protesters. (RELATED: Legacy Media Suffers A Hit As Yet Another Trump Conspiracy Theory Evaporates) TRUMP statement celebrates he is “totally exonerated” #FromTheDesk pic.twitter.com/w2X94wZ2Yt —...
    More On: outages Massive outage: Amazon, Reddit and HBO Max among large number of sites down Robinhood slammed over crypto outage during Dogecoin surge TD Ameritrade puts limits on GameStop, AMC trades amid market mayhem Can you hear me now? Widespread internet outage hits customers on East Coast Shares of cloud-computing company Fastly are up more than 12 percent since the company’s high-profile glitch took down many of the world’s most popular websites yesterday morning.  For about an hour on Tuesday, many internet users were unable to access Google, Reddit, Twitter, Spotify and thousands of other sites due to an outage at Fastly. Websites for the New York Times, CNN and the BBC were also down.  Fastly, which blamed Tuesday’s outage on a software bug that was triggered when a customer changed settings, did not immediately reply to a request for comment.  The outage means that Fastly could lose high-profile customers to competitors like Amazon and Google and may even face legal trouble, according to tech analyst and Wedbush Securities managing director Dan Ives.  “It was a nightmare outage,”...
    New York Jets HC Robert Saleh takes in NY Knicks playoff win Geoff Magliocchetti May 27, 2021 ShareTweetFlipRedditNew York Jets head coach Robert Saleh was among the joyful witnesses to another metropolitan squad’s big moment. Coach at the Garden!! Let’s go, @nyknicks!!! pic.twitter.com/yyAW7Ue3Pt — New York Jets (@nyjets) May 27, 2021 As the new head coach of the New York Jets, one of the first things Robert Saleh needs to learn is how to end a long drought of home playoff games. It’s been over 18 years since his new employers hosted an NFL postseason contest, the game in question coming in the AFC Wild Card round against Indianapolis at the late Giants Stadium. Saleh did some de facto research on Wednesday night, taking in the New York Knicks’ playoff matchup against the Atlanta Hawks at Madison Square Garden. Game 2 of the NBA’s Eastern Conference quarterfinal series was just the second postseason game the Knicks had hosted since 2013. The new football boss was spotlighted on MSG’s video...
    DUBLIN, Calif. (KGO) -- The husband of a Dublin school board member who was killed in March was sworn in Tuesday night as her successor.Catherine Kuo was hit by an SUV while loading food into a car at a food drive. Her husband, William, said he knew he needed to hit fast forward on his grief and take her spot, only 8 weeks after losing her."I knew in my heart Catherine would want me to do this, to carry out the work she started with the board," William Kuo told ABC7 News Wednesday morning.RELATED: Friends mourn loss of Dublin school board member killed in crashHe says this is a bit out of his comfort zone, that he was always the quiet support behind Catherine, calling her the "front office" and that he was "the back office.""When I raised my hand, the sense of civic duty was reinforced as I swore to protect the Constitution. I am humbled to be able to do this, to give back to the community as a civil servant."Alameda County sheriff's deputies say Catherine died when...
    More On: hamas Dramatic videos show Gaza tower collapsing amid Israel-Hamas conflict What is the Iron Dome and how does it protect Israel from rocket attacks? Israeli soldier killed in anti-tank missile attack by Hamas Shocking video captures moment rocket annihilates bus in Israeli city A top Hamas leader was killed in an Israeli airstrike in Gaza on Wednesday — as Israeli Defense Forces appeared poised for a possible ground invasion amid rising tensions. Bassem Issa, the Islamic terror group’s highest-ranking military official in Gaza, was among the Hamas leaders killed when a downtown high-rise housing the group’s offices were leveled by Israeli bombs, Fox News said in a report. Among the other Hamas leaders killed in the bombing were its head of cyber command, Jamaa Tahla, Jamal Zabeda, head of research for the group, and chief engineer Nazzem Hatib, the Times of Israel said. The Shin Bet, Israel’s security agency, said 10 other Hamas operatives involved in weapons production and research were also killed. The announcement comes as Israel continues to take a strong stance, saying it...
    MIAMI (CBSMiami) – Inter Miami CF will take on the Montréal Impact in Eastern Conference action on Wednesday night May 12, aiming to extend its unbeaten streak to four with home field advantage. Wednesday’s game will be the second in Club history against Montréal after the teams met one time in Inter Miami’s inaugural season in the league in 2020. READ MORE: Local 18-Year-Old Rapper Jahjah Shot Overnight Outside His Home Near Fort Lauderdale The matchup could feature the reunion of former teammates and rivals – Inter Miami’s Jay Chapman, Brek Shea, Ryan Shawcross, Rodolfo Pizarro, and Gonzalo Higuaín and Montréal’s Samuel Piette, Erik Hurtado, Victor Wanyama and Romell Quioto. Inter Miami CF tied Atlanta United 1-1 on Sunday May 9. READ MORE: Broward School Board To Discuss, Vote On $743K Severance Deal For Embattled Supt. Robert Runcie Inter Miami CF put together a 7-13-3 record overall in the 2020 season while finishing 5-3-2 in home games. Inter Miami CF scored 25 goals last season while allowing opponents to score 38. The Impact went 8-13-2 overall and 4-5-1 on the...
    More On: new york yankees Yankees’ key to success finally showing signs of life Yankees refuse to say exactly what’s wrong with Aaron Judge The Yankees look like themselves again Slumping Yankees outfield has morphed into a bigger concern: Sherman BALTIMORE — Clint Frazier hit his first homer of the season and added a double, but he also became the latest Yankee to make a baserunning mistake, when he was thrown out at third trying to advance on a grounder to short. “It can’t happen,’’ Frazier said after the Yankees beat the Orioles, 7-0, at Camden Yards. “It was a bad baserunning mistake. I joked with a few guys I hadn’t been out there in a while and I was excited to get to this. It’s not gonna happen again.” The blunder came on the heels of Aaron Judge being thrown out at third in the eighth inning of Monday’s loss to the Orioles. Bench coach Carlos Mendoza and first base coach Reggie Willits spoke to Frazier after the play and Aaron Boone said he wants players to “make...
    More from: Ken Davidoff Gary Sanchezs benching better late than never for Yankees Yankees may have to address concerning Jameson Taillon trend Moves MLB teams could have made instead of paying big-money duds Jacob deGrom is a must-see baseball giant Mets suffering an identity crisis Building off the NBA’s concept of load management, the Yankees have introduced us to Judge management here in 2021. For the second time in the season’s first month, Aaron Judge has missed time with a vaguely described “lower body” ailment — unusual in a sport that typically gets pretty precise, if not altogether forthcoming, in this department. Between these two absences he started 16 consecutive games and had an uneven .222/.382/.444 slash line, obviously not his best, but also far from the worst such stretch for the notoriously streaky player. After three straight seasons defined by long or multiple injured list stays, is this as good as it’ll get for Judge on the health front? Or does this mark the first step in an Eric Cressey renovation project for the 29-year-old, who can reach...
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