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    Ricky Martin has filed a $20 million lawsuit against his nephew Dennis Yadiel Sanchez after he claimed he had an incestuous relationship with the singer. Martin, 50, claims he's been 'persecuted, besieged, harassed, stalked and extorted' by the 21-year-old, whom he calls a 'maladjusted person' according to TMZ.   The Livin' La Vida Loca singer filed the lawsuit on Wednesday in San Juan, claiming Sanchez is trying to 'assassinate' his reputation and has caused him and his family to feel 'unsafe.'  The latest: Ricky Martin has filed a $20 million lawsuit against his nephew Dennis Yadiel Sanchez after he claimed he had an incestuous relationship with the singer; Pictured 2022 Martin listed a number of troublesome deeds reportedly done by his nephew, including posting the singer's cell phone number on his Instagram, and even making an Instagram account for one of his children, which made him 'uncomfortable.'  RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 2 Next Ricky Martin returns to the stage at The Hollywood Bowl...... Ricky Martin shares a rare snap of his son Matteo as they... ...
    Former President Donald Trump on Tuesday lashed out at numerous Washington insiders on his Twitter imitation app Truth Social as his legal woes continue to accumulate. First, at 3:36 p.m., Trump took a swipe at outgoing Congresswoman and Vice Chair of the House Select Committee to Investigate the January 6th Attack on the United States Capitol Liz Cheney (R-Wyoming) over her primary loss to right-wing attorney Harriet Hageman, whom Trump endorsed last year. Trump also falsely blamed the Democratic mayor of the District of Columbia Muriel Bowser and House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-California) for the violent insurrection that he incited at the Capitol:Liz Cheney is having little luck getting people to focus on the Fake Unselect Committee after losing tremendous credibility in her record setting loss in Wyoming. She lost by almost 40 points, and now she wants to tell other politicians 'how to do it.' Also, people are beginning to focus on the fact that because I recommended 10,000 to 20,000 troops on January 3rd, which recommendation was turned down by Pelosi and the D.C. Mayor, I cannot be...
    Brad Pitt’s representatives are in the throes of major damage control after disturbing new revelations emerged from FBI files about his alleged abusive, drunken behavior during an infamous 2016 private plane ride with his ex-wife, Angelina Jolie, and their six children. As Pitt’s reps complained to People magazine that Jolie is trying “to inflict the most amount of pain” on her ex-husband by facilitating the release of information about the plane altercation that led to their divorce, many people online say he’s damaged his own reputation. They say he’s also inflicted lasting pain on his family by allegedly manhandling Jolie, ranting about her being “crazy,” pouring beer on her and likening one of their children to one of the Columbine High School mass shooters. Angelina Jolie, daughter Zahara, Brad Pitt and son Maddox take a stroll on the seafront promenade in Mumbai on November 12, 2006. (Getty Images)  People say they can see why a massively popular star like Pitt, who has long enjoyed a Hollywood Golden Boy reputation, would want to keep details about his alleged menacing behavior during...
    Jeff Bezos' girlfriend Lauren Sanchez has donated $1 million to a non-profit that assists migrant children, following the Amazon founder's push to burnish his own philanthropic credentials after he was accused of stinginess. Charity group This Is About Humanity announced the donation on Thursday, saying the funds would support its efforts to provide services to migrant children at the US-Mexico border. Sanchez, 52, is a former television news anchor and founder of an aerial film production company, and has a net worth reportedly estimated at around $30 million.  She is also divorced from multimillionaire business executive Patrick Whitesell, the chairman of media agency Endeavor, which owns the UFC and Miss Universe. Jeff Bezos' girlfriend Lauren Sanchez has donated $1 million to a non-profit that assists migrant children in Mexico as they make their way to the US border Sanchez is seen on a recent visit to Tijuana where she toured the service centers run by charity group This Is About Humanity, which focuses on separated and reunited migrant families Bezos and Sanchez pose together in Paris for an Instagram post on...
    James Packer has quit taking seven different 'mood-altering drugs' that doctors prescribed from him amid investigations into his casinos - with the billionaire revealing he's now the happiest he's been for years. The 54-year-old former executive chair of Crown Resorts said he is now free of the drugs which were prescribed to help with his mental health challenges, including bipolar disorder. Mr Packer is now hoping to 'rehabilitate' his reputation in Australia and embrace a life of health and wellbeing after shedding 25kg in just over two months. 'I got off all my antidepressants and antipsychotic drugs in March,' he told The Weekend Australian from his home in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico. Former Crown owner James Packer (above) said he wants to 'rehabilitate' his reputation in Australia after selling his casino empire and coming off seven kinds of 'mood-altering drugs' that were prescribed by doctors  'In 10 years, and hopefully before then, I hope to have rehabilitated my reputation in Australia and elsewhere.' Mr Packer sold Crown to private investment company Blackstone for $8.9billion in a deal that was finalised last week, with the...
    Former Vice President Mike Pence (R) appears to be attempting to straddle the fence by standing behind his decision to certify President Joe Biden's election victory while trying to maintain his reputation among Trump-inspired Republican voters. Speaking to The Washington Post, Pence's advisors have spoken out to share his perspective on the whole ordeal. Marc Short, who served as chief of staff to the former vice president, insisted that Pence wants to move on from the past and not revisit it. "The way he views it is, he did his duty. He doesn't need to talk about it more," said Short. "He doesn't want to re-litigate the past. He believes that voters want to look forward, not backwards." Another Pence advisor also weighed in with the former vice president's take on Donald Trump. Josh Kimbrell, a state senator in South Carolina who helps plan Pence's travel itineraries, insists the former White House official does not speak ill of Trump behind closed doors but simply could not adhere to Trump's demands to overturn the 2020 presidential election. "He's been...
    President Joe Biden's pattern of delivering speeches and hosting events from the so-called 'set of Jeopardy' - the White House's South Court Auditorium - has left White House aides asking, 'why are we doing this?' as he fails to break through.  CNN interviewed 14 White House aides and other Democrats close to the president for a story out Thursday, which charted the struggles they've faced trying to get Biden to create the right kind of headlines.  'He has to speak about very serious things,' explained one White House aide to the network, 'and you can't do that getting ice cream.'  The aide was referring to Biden's previous reputation - that peaked during his vice presidential years - of an aviator-sporting, ice cream cone-gobbling, man-of-the-people, who prompted Onion headlines like: 'Shirtless Biden Washes Trans Am In White House Driveway' and co-starred in 'Veep' skits with Julia Louis-Dreyfus.  Aides indicated to CNN that staff has met again and again on the issue of how to utilize the president best - with the strategy stuck in the status quo.  President Joe Biden's pattern of delivering speeches...
    London (CNN)On Friday afternoon, a small but heated demonstration took place outside the gates of Downing Street.The protest was sparked by a finding in the long-awaited "Partygate" report, conducted by senior civil servant Sue Gray, that custodial staff -- including cleaners and security guards in Downing Street -- were treated poorly by people attending social gatherings while the UK was in varying degrees of Covid restrictions -- including full lockdown. "I was made aware of multiple examples of a lack of respect and poor treatment of security and cleaning staff. This was unacceptable," Gray wrote.The report as a whole paints a damning assessment of the culture inside Downing Street and points the finger at Prime Minister Boris Johnson, who himself was found to have broken the law on one occasion for attending a gathering to celebrate his birthday.  Gray wrote that "the senior leadership at the centre" of Johnson's administration "must bear responsibility" for a culture that allowed the parties to take place.Read MoreDespite the gory details of people vomiting on walls, brawling in the corridors of Downing Street and in...
    There are two Andrew Wigginses. There is the Wiggins that existed before his fourth-quarter dunk on Luka Dončić Sunday night in Game 3 of the Western Conference Finals, and the Wiggins that emerged from the play that will prove to be the definitive highlight of the Warriors’ run to a sixth Western Conference Championship in eight years. If you have been paying attention to the Warriors this postseason, you know that there is no actual difference between these two Wigginses — just as you’ll know the Warriors are one win away from the NBA Finals after the wing’s 27 point performance in a 109-100 victory in Dallas. But the change is not of the player himself, but rather the perception of him. The playoffs are where reputations are cemented and legacies created. Yes, the most of the folks having these about those inchoate and fanciful conversations aren’t actually watching the games, but we know they’ll see the highlight of Wiggins taking off from just past the bottom of the free-throw circle, elevating a level (or two) above the rim, snatching...
    Donald Trump has responded to court testimony indicating that Hillary Clinton approved disseminating discredited claims that a 'covert server' in Trump Tower communicated with a Russian bank.  'This is one of the greatest political scandals in history,' Trump told Fox News Digital on Saturday, a day after former Clinton campaign manager Robby Mook testified in a Virginia court.  Mook testified that in 2016 Clinton 'agreed' to share the secret server allegations with the media. The claims were later dismissed by the FBI as unfounded.  'Where do I get my reputation back?' asked Trump. 'For three years, I had to fight her off, and fight those crooked people off, and you'll never get your reputation fully back.' Trump also lashed out at fellow Republicans Mitch McConnell, the Senate minority leader, and his own Attorney General Bill Barr, accusing them of failing to respond more forcefully to the Russian collusion claims. Donald Trump has responded to court testimony indicating that Hillary Clinton approved disseminating discredited claims about a 'covert server' in Trump Tower The testimony came in the trial of former Hillary Clinton campaign...
    London (CNN)Ever since the "Partygate" scandal rocked Boris Johnson's premiership at the end of last year, the British Prime Minister has repeatedly dodged questions about his future by asserting that what the public wants is for politicians to get on with running the country, not obsess over events that took place nearly two years ago. Later this week, Johnson will have some indication of whether or not that claim is right. On Thursday, people across England, Scotland and Wales will vote in local elections, the closest thing to a mid-term that Johnson has faced since taking office in 2019. The vote takes place as Johnson and his governing Conservatives are surrounded by scandals and crises so bad that members of his own party have publicly called for his resignation. Indeed, the most pressing of these scandals, which saw Johnson fined by police for breaching his own Covid rules during the 2020 lockdown, might have led to his ousting from office under normal circumstances. And yet, Johnson has time and again proved himself to be unique among politicians and able to...
    Draymond Green got plenty of attention after a controversial ejection in Game 1. Now the Golden State Warriors star is speaking about the matter. During Game 1 of the series between the Golden State Warriors and the Memphis Grizzlies, Draymond Green ultimately ended up getting ejected. Green ended up having some fun on his way out of the game following the ejection, taunting Grizzlies fans as he left the court. And now, following the ejection, and the Warriors’ win over Memphis, Green is taking  the opportunity to discuss the ejection. “I am dumb enough to think that it would not even be a flagrant 1,” Green explained. He continued on, saying he though the playoffs would be “a little tougher.” However, as Green said, it seems like they might be “as soft as the regular season.” Green also said he was mistaken in thinking he would be given a little more wiggle room when it came to making contact with opponents, saying he was wrong to think he could “bump a little more and get away with a little more.”...
    See on Instagram In 2019, Smollett informed law enforcement that he was assaulted by two men who yelled racist and homophobic slurs at him while tying a noose around his neck while he was walking to a Subway restaurant at 2 a.m. on a sub-zero night. Smollett claimed that during the attack in Democrat-controlled Chicago that his attackers screamed, "This is MAGA country!" In December 2021, Smollett was convicted on five counts of felony disorderly conduct and acquitted on a sixth. He had pleaded not guilty to the counts. Smollett was sentenced to 150 days in jail, but was released from Cook County Jail after serving only six days of his sentence for lying to the police about being the victim of a hate crime. Smollett was ordered to pay $120,106 in restitution to the city of Chicago and a $25,000 fine.
    ACTOR Jessie Smollett released new music on Friday following his release from prison just weeks ago. The former Empire star released a single Friday called Thank You God, with some lyrics that seem to reference his recent situations involving the law. 1Some of the lyrics to the new song reference Jessie's situationCredit: Instagram/jussiesmollett "You think I'm stupid enough to kill my reputation?" some of the lyrics of the new song say. “Some people chasing that clout." Jussie also sings “It’s like they’re hell-bent on not solving the crime / Taking out the elements of race and trans and homophobia that’s straight taking lives / But turn around and act like I’m the one that killed the strides.” Jussie was released from prison three weeks ago, after he was found guilty of staging a hate crime attack in 2019. He was initially charged after the alleged January 2019 hoax attack, but those charges were later dropped. The dismissal outraged Chicago officials, and special prosecutor Dan Webb was appointed to look into the case. Smollett had claimed he was the target of...
    Jussie Smollett has dropped a new song three weeks after he was released from Cook County Jail in Chicago, Illinois, pending an appeal of his conviction after allegedly faking a hate crime. The Empire star, 39, took to Instagram on Friday and posted a lyric video set to his new tune, Thank You God, where he touches on his recent legal troubles. 'Some people searching for fame / Some people chasing that clout / Just remember this ... this ain't that situation / You think I'm stupid enough to kill my reputation?' he sings. Musician: Jussie Smollett, 39, has dropped a new song three weeks after he was released from Cook County Jail in Chicago, Illinois, after being sentenced for faking a hate crime; Pictured March 10 at his sentencing hearing 'Just simply to look like a victim / Like it's something fun / Y'all better look at someone else / You got the wrong one,' he goes on.  RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 2 Next Jussie Smollett makes a rare public appearance at Harry... Jussie Smollett files documents...
    WILL Smith could face further reprimands for slapping Chris Rock at The Oscars 2022 with the potential of losing his Best Actor gong. The newly-crowned winner resigned from the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences on Friday as he faced possible expulsion or suspension for his violent outburst last Sunday. 5Will Smith could face further reprimands for slapping Chris Rock at the Oscars 2022Credit: Getty 5The King Richard actor, 53, has now resigned from the AcademyCredit: Reuters The slap heard around the world sent shockwaves throughout the entertainment industry and embroiled Will, 53, in the greatest controversy of his career. The Academy's board is now "moving forward" with disciplinary proceedings - in line with revised rules following the 2017 #MeToo movement. This could potentially mean Will could lose his gong for movie King Richard, with the rules stipulating sanctions: "May include private reprimand, public reprimand, temporary or permanent loss of privileges to attend and participate in Academy events or activities, temporary or permanent loss of eligibility to receive or hold or revocation of Academy awards or honors, temporary or permanent loss of eligibility to...
    Is Prince Andrew really so cretinous and conniving that he would allow his mother to risk her impeccable reputation to aid his delusional fantasies of a comeback? Sadly, the answer is, absolutely, without any doubt. Yesterday, in front of the world's media, the disgraced Duke of York used a frail 95-year-old to return to the public stage where he is convinced he belongs – and I wasn't even slightly surprised. After all, in the days after his father Prince Philip's death a year ago, I revealed how he immediately began plotting to use the tragedy to take the spotlight and then did appear in front of the TV cameras, ignoring the wishes of his relatives and royal courtiers. It takes a uniquely twisted individual to use the bereavement of a parent to plot a resurgence. Is Prince Andrew really so cretinous and conniving that he would allow his mother to risk her impeccable reputation to aid his delusional fantasies of a comeback? Sadly, the answer is, absolutely, without any doubt. Pictured: The Duke of York walks The Queen into Westminster...
    Will Smith will have therapy for his 'unresolved childhood issues' as he knows he is 'battling to save his career and reputation' after he slapped comedian Chris Rock on stage at the Oscars, sources claim. A source close to Mark Manson, who co-wrote Smith's 2021 memoir 'Will,' said the actor was 'deeply triggered' by Rock's comments about his wife's alopecia, as it took him straight back to his traumatic childhood. Friends claim Smith reacted violently after he felt like a 'coward' for failing to intervene when he saw his father brutally beat up his mother aged nine. A source close to Manson told The Sun: 'Will knows he's battling to save his career, his reputation and even his Oscar. 'He's horrified by the turn of events and is filled with a deep sense of shame.  'He is happy to have some more therapy for his unresolved childhood issues and will do what he can to make good on his momentary lapse in judgement. 'Essentially, though, Will was deeply triggered by Chris' demeaning comments about his wife's alopecia. He was taken straight...
    Cuomo's filing claimed that he kept Zucker and Gollust updated about his activities and thereby believed he had approval for what he was doing. “CNN, including Zucker and Gollust, knew of Cuomo’s role as a confidant and sounding board to his brother, and the details of his interactions with Gov. Cuomo and his staff," the filing read. "Cuomo had no reason to believe that his assistance to Gov. Cuomo was inconsistent with CNN’s or Turner’s policies nor its expectations, especially given the fact that Zucker and Gollust had encouraged him to do so and had themselves provided advice to Gov. Cuomo.”Here's more about Cuomo's firing from CNN: Why CNN fired Chris Cuomo | New York Post www.youtube.com
    Kid Rock has never been shy when it comes to sharing his viewpoints, which are often in line with conservative politics, including former President Donald J. Trump. And that includes his disdain for mask and vaccine mandates amid the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. Ahead of his upcoming Bad Reputation Tour, the Michigan native took to Instagram and promised he wouldn't play any venues that require such regulations. Doing it his way: Kid Rock, 51, had a heavy dose of attitude when he announced that he won't play venues that require mask and vaccine mandates on his upcoming Bad Reputation Tour In a four-plus minute video, the American Badass star, 51, told fans they would be refunded for tickets if the venues still had such COVID-19 mandates by the date of any of his scheduled concerts. 'There’s been a lot of talk about vaccine mandates and venues. People saying, "I'm not going to that venue because of the vaccine mandate" and this, that, and the other,' he began in the clip shot seemingly at his home studio. RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1...
    Australian federal judges upheld the visa cancelation issued by Australian Immigration Minister Alex Hawke on Sunday, prompting Novak Djokovic to leave the country that evening. Novak Djokovic lost his battle to stay in Australia and go for a record tenth Australian Open. As the reigning champ, he will not defend his title as a ‘lucky loser’ will get this spot, with the Australian Open draw to be redone. I welcome today’s unanimous decision by the Full Federal Court of Australia, upholding my decision to exercise my power under the Migration Act to cancel Mr Novak Djokovic’s visa in the public interest. I can confirm that Mr Djokovic has now departed Australia. pic.twitter.com/8CapwFeDCS — Alex Hawke MP (@AlexHawkeMP) January 16, 2022 The dramatic storyline that has dominated headlines all week came to a sad conclusion once the three judges finished proceedings Sunday—in the wee hours of the night to those following in the U.S.—with border guards escorting the world No. 1 men’s tennis player. Djokovic then boarded a 13-hour Emirates flight EK409 to Dubai late in the evening. Novak...
    For Prince Andrew the verdict from New York was like the slamming of a door – with the bolts being drawn behind it. The unflinching optimism with which he had been assuring family and friends of the integrity of his case is in danger of evaporating. In his 46-page judgement rejecting Andrew’s motion to have the lawsuit against him thrown out, Judge Lewis Kaplan has changed everything. Suddenly it is no longer an issue of whether the prince can save himself but rather if he – or the people around him – have the common sense to realise that the main purpose now must be to prevent the reputation and good name of the monarchy being further soiled by this squalid saga. Only a settlement with his accuser Virginia Roberts it seems, can prevent the prospect of the Queen’s favourite son facing an unseemly court-room battle in which his most private secrets risk being tastelessly exposed for every prurient observer to enjoy. Who knows what sordid depths will be plumbed if Andrew is obliged to undergo a brutal cross-examination? It...
    Winston Churchill was in a maudlin mood during dinner with his Foreign Secretary, Anthony Eden. 'I am ashamed,' he said. It was July 1942 and, despite his outward public confidence, the Prime Minister was in despair at Britain's humiliating lack of success. That year, the Army had thrown in the towel against far smaller forces in the Far East and North Africa – defeats seen, quite fairly, as a national disgrace and which left two vitally important regions in danger of being lost entirely. 1942 had brought a series of military disasters for Britain – and a crisis. Public morale nearly collapsed. There was a widespread feeling that Churchill was no longer the right man to lead the nation, and his popularity plummeted. Despite his later heroic reputation, Churchill faced two motions of no confidence that year and, although he ultimately won both, the Labour MP Aneurin Bevan spoke for many when he commented: 'The Prime Minister wins debate after debate and loses battle after battle.' Although his energy appeared boundless, Churchill had suffered a minor heart attack at the...
    RALF RANGNICK says he is happy to work with the squad he has as the New Year transfer window opens. There is money available to the new Manchester United boss and a chance to shift some fringe players on. 1Ralf Rangnick has no qualms handling superstars like Cristiano RonaldoCredit: EPA But Rangnick said: "To speak about future players coming into the club doesn't make sense at this stage when we have to find out which player is in which position, the best possible solution for every game. "Right now for me, it doesn't make sense to think about future players. My full focus is on the current squad and to find for each game the best possible formation and line-up." Rangnick is not afraid to make the big decisions as he proved on Thursday night as he made six changes from the poor performance at Newcastle, only one of which was enforced. He said: "This is always about man management, having a good relationship with the players. But also be aware that you're the one to take the decisions. "Who...
    New York (CNN Business)Editor's Note: A version of this story appeared in CNN Business' Nightcap newsletter. To get it in your inbox, sign up for free, here. The CEO of Better.com fired more than 900 employees at once in a Zoom meeting last week, reportedly accusing them of "stealing" from their colleagues and customers by being unproductive and only working two hours a day. Just in time for the holidays... "If you're on this call, you are part of the unlucky group that is being laid off," the CEO, Vishal Garg, told the staff. The 900 layoffs, which included the firm's diversity, equity and inclusion recruiting team, amount to about 9% of the workforce. He told the employees they could expect an email from HR detailing benefits and severance. A BIT OF BACKGROUND Read MoreThis mass layoff may seem shockingly harsh and detached, but it also tracks with the reputation Garg has made for himself as an erratic tech CEO. Garg founded Better.com in 2016 with the mission of simplifying the mortgage-buying process. SoftBank, the Japanese...
    Former Raiders head coach Joe Gruden has filed a lawsuit against the NFL and commissioner Roger Goodell alleging that they 'orchestrated a malicious campaign' to 'selectively leak' offensive emails he sent between 2011 and 2018 in an effort to destroy his career and reputation.  The 58-year-old Gruden resigned last month after racist, homophobic, and misogynistic emails he sent to then-WFT president Bruce Allen surfaced in The New York Times and Wall Street Journal. The NFL has continuously denied leaking the Gruden emails, which he sent during his tenure as an ESPN analyst.  Gruden's messages were included among 650,000 emails in the NFL's 10-month probe into hostile workplace and sexual harassment allegations against the Washington Football Team (WFT). Only a handful of other emails from the league investigation have surfaced, none of which directly incriminate WFT owner Dan Snyder, his wife and co-CEO Tanya, or anyone else currently working for that club. 'The complaint alleges that the defendants selectively leaked Gruden's private correspondence to the Wall Street Journal and New York Times in order to harm Gruden's reputation and force him out...
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    KIM Kardashian has been warned by her close friends to "take it slow" with Pete Davidson as he's gained a "heartbreaker" reputation after a slew of past relationships. The Keeping Up With the Kardashians star was urged by her friends to pursue the relationship but cautiously. 5Kim has been warned to 'take things slow' with Pete DavidsonCredit: Instagram 5Her friends believe he could be a 'heartbreaker'Credit: The Mega Agency Kim, 41, was advised by her friends to date Pete, 27, but to not get "carried away" as the comedian has a long list of previous girlfriends. “One of the first things Kim did was to get her family and friends’ advice, and they all encouraged her to go for it,” a source told Us Weekly. “It’s been very obvious for a while now that she’s been missing some fun and laughter in her life, and of course Pete offers that in abundance.” The insider said that Kim has enjoyed spending time with someone as “witty and laid back” as the SNL star, but that her friends have reminded her to take...
    Aaron Rodgers went from being a quirky, eccentric NFL quarterback to an anti-vaxxer and smug liar this week after he tested positive for Covid-19. Veteran sportscaster Bob Costas joined Chris Cuomo on CNN Thursday night and claimed the Green Bay Packers quarterback now has a permanent mark on his reputation. For more than two months, Rodgers was able to fool everyone into believing he was vaccinated against Covid-19. But that façade came crashing down this week when the quarterback tested positive for Covid and it was revealed he would miss a minimum of 10 days, an NFL protocol enforced only on unvaccinated players. “There are a lot of people already in the media who cover the NFL on a daily basis, which I no longer do, who have labeled him a liar,” Costas said. “If you want to be extremely kind, you could say that he was disingenuous. He was obviously comfortable with most of the media and football fans nearly unanimously believing he was vaccinated.” In August, Rodgers responded to the question of ‘are you vaccinated,’ with “yea, I’m...
    Fox News contributor and Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich sounded off on Dr. Fauci, who faces questioning from Senators on the continued response to the COVID-19 pandemic. On "The Faulkner Focus," Gingrich blasted Fauci for what he believes is "dangerous research" being conducted in China. RAND PAUL BLASTS ANTHONY FAUCI AFTER NIH ADMITS GAIN-OF-FUNCTION FUNDING NEWT GINGRICH: In any reasonable society, Fauci would be gone. He's violated his own rules. He wrote a paper on this back about 2012, talking about dangerous research and what standards ought to be set, and admitting that in the end, this was more than a scientific question because dangerous research was a threat to the whole society. I've known Fauci since he did brilliant work on HIV/AIDS in the 1980s. And I'm sad to say it, but I think he now is destructive. I think he is dishonest. I think he is trying to save his reputation, and he's doing so at very substantial risk to lives around the planet, and it's very unfortunate.  CLICK HERE TO GET THE FOX NEWS APP WATCH THE...
    NUNO ESPIRITO SANTO’S attempt to be too clever has come back and bitten him on the backside. The Tottenham boss, 47, unexpectedly announced last week he would be leaving his best 11 players at home to prepare for the Premier League clash at West Ham. 2Nuno Espirito Santo is facing the axe at Tottenham - and it's all his own faultCredit: Rex Nuno took the rest of his senior stars and top kids to Vitesse Arnhem in the Europa Conference League last Thursday. His thinking was clearly prioritising the top flight while believing his second stringers would have enough to get the job done in Holland. But he came massively unstuck as he lost both matches 1-0 - leaving his reputation and squad morale in tatters. 'One game at a time' is the old footballing adage, and it is said for a reason. The beautiful game is so popular is because it is wonderfully unpredictable. You can nor should look too far into the future... neither can you successfully predict or presume the outcome of fixtures. Most read in Premier...
    Fox News anchor Chris WallaceChristopher (Chris) WallaceSunday shows - Buttigieg warns supply chain issues could stretch to next year Fauci thinks people will have flexibility to mix and match vaccines Fauci on why he's polarizing: 'Sometimes the truth becomes inconvenient for some people' MORE on Monday remembered the late former Secretary of State Colin PowellColin Luther PowellGen. Milley faces his toughest day yet on Capitol Hill Civil rights museum to honor Michelle Obama, Poor People's Campaign In Afghanistan, lines between aid and government agendas are blurred MORE and his controversial speech before the United Nations in 2003 about weapons of mass destruction before the Iraq War began.   "I think the low light of his career was in 2003, when he addressed the United Nations and made the case that Saddam Hussein had weapons of mass destruction. He didn't want to make that speech," Wallace said during Fox's coverage of Powell's death. "He took a lot of pressure from people in the Bush 43 white house including vice president Cheney who was reported to have said 'look you got high approval...
    A longtime accounting professor at the University of California in Los Angeles who was allegedly disciplined for refusing to grade black and white students by different criteria has accused the university of using his suspension as a 'publicity stunt'. Gordon Klein — who filed a lawsuit against UCLA last week — appeared on Tucker Carlson Tonight and slammed the university for attempting to depict him as a racist in what he calls an attempt to improve their image. 'They decided they've got a horrible reputation for racism, bias, and instability within the school of management where I teach, and so they decided that they'd make an example out of me to rehabilitate their own reputation as a publicity stunt, and that's all it was,' he said during his Monday evening interview. Klein argued that UCLA should 'be shaking in its boots right now' because his case has a '100 percent change of prevailing' if he gets a fair trial.  He also called the situation ironic, pointing out that his role at the university included teaching ethics to students. 'The irony is they hired me to teach law and...
    VIDEO1:1601:16National Securities' Art Hogan: 'September gives us a chance to reboot'Trading Nation September may historically be a rough month for stocks, but it didn't stop National Securities' Art Hogan from hiking his S&P 500 year-end target by 7%. He made the bullish move based on a strong second quarter earnings season and the notion Covid-19 delta variant cases are likely peaking. "September gives us a chance to reboot," the firm's chief market strategist told CNBC's "Trading Nation" on Tuesday. "I actually think we see a pick-up in economic activity in September, and I think that will ward off some of that negative sentiment that we typically get at or about the September month." Hogan, who oversees $34 billion in assets, hiked his S&P 500 target to 4,700 from 4,400 on the month's first trading day. On Tuesday, the index fell 15 points to close at 4,520. It's still just a fraction of a percent away from its all-time high. "This has been one of those years where earnings and earnings expectations continue to grow, and that's where we're getting that higher...
    Fewer than a handful of reporters attended. In recent years, Rudy Giuliani’s corruptions and the cynical mediocrity of his Trump cabal have led to more and more public humiliations, culminating in his election fraud, kraken team, and dripping hair-dye antics. The onetime prosecutor is so unhinged both politically and aesthetically it is sometimes hard to remember how dangerous a position of power and persuasion he continues to have … to some degree. In recent weeks as he faced very serious investigations; legal setbacks; the raid of his offices; exposés from former staffers detailing an unwell man; and reports that his last ace-in-the-hole, Donald Trump, has been distancing himself from Rudy, Giuliani has laid low. Not anymore! With the U.S. withdrawal from Afghanistan, which was obviously negotiated by Donald Trump and former Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, every GOP operative available has crawled out of their dungeon to attack President Joe Biden. Giuliani held a press conference in front of his Upper East Side apartment building for about three or so reporters, where he blathered on for about 10 minutes, got heckled, and possibly made local news. Then Giuliani went back to the source...
    Mike Richards resigned as host of "Jeopardy!" just nine days after it was announced he would succeed the late Alex Trebek as its permanent host.  Richards stepped down Friday after past inappropriate comments he made on the "The Randumb Show" podcast resurfaced. The 46-year-old, who hosted the podcast from 2013 to 2014 while he was working at "The Price is Right," made derogatory comments about women, people with mental disabilities, little people and the poor.  Although some "Jeopardy!" episodes he has already helmed will air as scheduled, questions still remain as to what the future could hold for the longtime show producer. Evan Nierman, the author of "Crisis Averted" and CEO of international crisis PR firm Red Banyan, told Fox News he believes the public way in which Richards was ousted from his new post doesn’t bode well for his prospects as an on-air personality but shouldn’t hinder his efforts as a producer behind the curtains. "Being fired from ‘Jeopardy!’ in such public fashion is certainly going to harm Mike’s prospects of being an on-air figure," said Nierman. "He should be able to resume his prior...
    With his 2 ft long bushy beard and scraggy frame, British ‘immortalist’ Aubrey de Grey doesn’t just look like a medieval wizard, he talks like one too. The Harrow and Cambridge-educated author and research scientist believes he can lead us to the fabled fountain of youth and a future in which we live for ever. His astonishing claims about ageing being a disease that can be cured have transfixed the billionaires of Silicon Valley. With his 2 ft long bushy beard and scraggy frame, British ‘immortalist’ Aubrey de Grey doesn’t just look like a medieval wizard, he talks like one too Many of these vain egotists, painfully aware that a normal life span doesn’t give them nearly enough time to spend their obscene fortunes, have sunk millions into his research. De Grey is an unrepentant hedonist who drinks beer at every hour of the day, likes to go on naked picnics with lovers and harbours dreams of putting his various girlfriends under one roof. However, he’s most famous for claiming that the person who’s going to live to a...
    Michael Thomas got to subtweeting this morning, and it feels like there’s a rift between the Saints and him. This comes just a month after reports surfaced that Thomas wasn’t picking up calls from the team after sustaining an ankle injury in 2020. He’s apparently calling BS on that one. CLICK HERE FOR MORE SPORTS COVERAGE ON FOXNEWS.COM And "tell your side of the story"? Put your money where your mouth is and hop on Instagram live. CLICK HERE TO GET THE FOX NEWS APP This post comes across like a threat that if the Saints don’t pipe down about his character, then he’ll bring the house down publicly. Probably not a great idea if he has any plans to be a Saint into 2021, though he may not now with Jameis Winston under center. We’re ready for the lid to come off this thing, and knowing how emotional Michael Thomas can get, it shouldn’t be too long.
    New Orleans Saints star Michael Thomas appears to have some issues going on. The Saints and Thomas seem to be at odds after he reportedly ignored calls about his injured ankle during the offseason, and it now looks like the team’s great offensive weapon might want to escalate the situation. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football) Thomas tweeted Monday, “They tried to damage your reputation. You save theirs by not telling your side of the story.” pic.twitter.com/frSOCaKHSs — Michael Thomas (@Cantguardmike) August 9, 2021 For those of you who don’t know, Thomas’ issues with the Saints are likely tied to an ankle injury that he didn’t get fixed until June, according to CBS Sports. There’s no timeline for when Thomas will return to the field, and it now seems like he has some scores to settle. The first part of the tweet doesn’t mean much. It’s the second part that should have the Saints concerned. It seems like he’s saying he knows where the bodies are buried and a reckoning might be coming....
    New Orleans Saints wide receiver Michael Thomas sent out a cryptic tweet on Monday morning after reports surfaced that the former All-Pro purposely ignored team officials during the offseason when they attempted to contact him about his recovery. In the tweet, Thomas – who underwent ankle surgery in June – is hinting that the organization is trying to damage his character. CLICK HERE FOR MORE SPORTS COVERAGE ON FOXNEWS.COM "They tried to damage your reputation," Thomas wrote. "You saved theirs by not telling your side of the story." According to NOLA.com, Thomas was dealing with the ankle injury all last season and he may have needed surgery earlier on. He reportedly ignored phone calls from team officials during the offseason after he went out and sought a second opinion. PACKERS' AARON RODGERS WILL JOIN THE SAINTS IN 2022, FORMER TEAMMATE SAYS Saints head coach Sean Payton addressed the media in July and stated that Thomas should have had surgery before June. "Well, look, it appears we're gonna have to spend some time without him. It's disappointing," Payton told reporters in...
    Princess Eugenie shares gushing post for Princess Beatrices birthday Stock Market Lower as Oil Slides on Delta Case Jump, Gold Tumbles on Rate Bets © Provided by NBC Sports Replay Video SETTINGS OFF HD HQ SD LO Skip Ad Saints wide receiver Michael Thomas hit back at his team with a cryptic tweet early on Monday morning. Thomas, who has been the subject of several reports indicating that the team is unhappy with his decision to wait until June to have ankle surgery that was originally recommended in January, posted a tweet that indicated he believes the Saints are attempting to damage his reputation. “They tried to damage your reputation. You saved theirs by not telling your side of the story,” Thomas wrote. If Thomas is going to tweet that, however, why doesn’t he just tell his side of the story? Right now, the people telling the story are saying that Thomas waited longer than he should have to get a surgery that he knew would require months of rehab, and that Thomas spent much of the offseason ignoring...
    Bollywood star Shilpa Shetty accused her husband of destroying her reputation in a furious row during a police raid over his alleged connections to illegal porn films, it emerged today.   Shetty, 46, had a 'showdown' with husband Raj Kundra that only ended when police intervened, the Hindustan Times reported.  She burst into tears in the heated exchange with Mr Kundra, telling him the case had led to financial losses because sponsors no longer wanted to be associated with her.  'We have everything, what was the need to do all this,' she told her husband as he arrived at their home, NDTV reported.  Mr Kundra, 45, was arrested on July 19 in Mumbai by police who said they have 'sufficient evidence' that he is a 'key conspirator' in a porn production ring.  He has denied the allegations.  Publishing or transmitting 'obscene' material including porn is illegal in India under a 2015 law and punishable by up to seven years in jail. There is currently no evidence Ms Shetty was involved in the alleged porn production.  Bollywood star Shilpa Shetty has accused her...
    The Royal Family are reeling from ‘very real fears’ that Prince Harry’s four-book deal could destabilise the Monarchy by undermining the reputation of his father when he ascends the throne. There is concern that the release of one of the books is reportedly due to come after the death of the Queen, which could hamper the ‘transition’ – a process that began several years ago to prepare the country slowly for the succession. Harry’s lawyers have said the claim that he is waiting for his grandmother to pass away before releasing one of the books is ‘false and defamatory’. The Prince will next year release the first book – described as a ‘definitive account of the experiences, adventures, losses, and life lessons that have helped shape him’ – to mark the 25th anniversary of the death of his mother Princess Diana. But it also coincides with the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee and there is concern that it could overshadow celebrations to mark her 70 years as Monarch. The Royal Family are reeling from ‘very real fears’ that Prince Harry’s four-book...
    The daughter of late polo-playing Casanova Luis Basualdo has said he was the 'ultimate embarrassing dad' growing up and revealed they were estranged for more than a decade due to his hard-partying lifestyle. Charlotte Pearson Methven was one of two children born to Basualdo and his first wife, Lucy Pearson, the daughter of the late 3rd Viscount Cowdray and half-sister of the current Viscount, who oversees the family's 16,500-acre West Sussex estate. Glamorous and charismatic, Basualdo, who died in December aged 75, is credited with teaching Prince Charles the art of seduction and made a name dating a string of heiresses and beautiful women, including Greek shipping heiress Christina Onassis.  Writing in Tatler, Charlotte explained that as a child growing up on New York's Upper East Side she was 'mortified' by her father's 'exotic Argentine-ness and lack of a day job' and desperately wanted him to be 'more like everyone else's fathers'.   Charlotte Pearson Methven was one of two children born to Basualdo and his first wife, Lucy Pearson, the daughter of the late 3rd Viscount Cowdray. Pictured, the couple...
    A journalist and newspaper editor who 'broke' the story of a woman who claimed to have given birth to ten babies in South Africa has issued an apology after she was admitted to a psychiatric ward. Piet Rampedi, the editor of Pretoria News, said he was 'full of sadness and regret' over a story he first ran two weeks ago claiming that mother Gosiame Sithole had given birth to a record-breaking brood which made headlines around the world. But doubts were immediately raised about the tale after politicians and medics said they had no record of the birth and Pretoria News failed to produce any evidence that the children actually existed. Now, Rampedi - who lost a previous job after failing to properly corroborate stories - has all-but admitted Sithole's tale was a fiction, though he continues to insist that she 'was pregnant and did give birth' - just not to ten children.  Sithole is currently being treated in a hospital near her Pretoria home, complaining that she is sane and is being held against her will.  She continues to insist that...
    TRISTAN Thompson has slammed the woman who claimed he fathered her child for "ruining his reputation" and has demanded about "$100k in damages." Based on the new legal documents, obtained by TMZ, Tristan, 30, has filed a default judgment against the paternity accuser Kimberly Alexander, who he sued for libel last year. 7Tristant seen as a "troubled athlete" by brands and companiesCredit: E! Networks 7Tristan has file a default judgment against Kimberly AlexanderCredit: Refer to Caption In the docs, Tristan claimed that Kimberly's false accusations have reportedly cost him endorsement deals.  Companies and brands have viewed him "as a troubled athlete," due to her false accusations.  The NBA star is seeking $100k in damages, plus additional costs.  In the latest update by TMZ, Tristan's request for a default judgment has been denied, due to a few "issues" that needed corrections. 7Khloe discovered Tristan reportedly had a "one-night stand" with KimberlyCredit: E! Last year, the basketball player took a paternity test on May 14th after a woman claimed he was reportedly the father of her son. Khloé Kardashian, 36, and Tristan, who have...
    London (CNN)For many Britons, the defining characteristic of Prince Philip was not his public service or his royal standing, but his propensity to make unscripted, off-the-cuff and sometimes wildly inappropriate comments.The longest-serving consort in the history of the British monarchy died aged 99 on Friday, leaving behind a lengthy catalogue of provocative remarks that cemented his reputation as an outspoken royal, untamed by the family's carefully rehearsed public image. Viewed charitably, those utterances could be seen as examples of a mischievous British sense of humor.In 2011, then-Prime Minister David Cameron paid tribute to Philip's wit, saying: "Humor is a great part of British life and we thank the duke for his unique contribution." But some comments from the prince strayed undeniably into the realm of casual racism. Read MoreDuring a royal visit to China in 1986, for instance, Philip described Beijing as "ghastly" and told British students: "If you stay here much longer you'll all be slitty-eyed." He also quipped: "If it has four legs and is not a chair, has wings and is not an aeroplane, or swims and...
    Congressman Madison Cawthorn, paralyzed in a car crash at the age of 21, rose to his feet to exchange vows with Cristina Bayardelle in an intimate wedding ceremony on Saturday. The North Carolina congressman, 25, the youngest member of Congress in more than 200 years, said marrying Bayardelle, a 26-year-old anesthesiologist assistant and Crossfit athlete, was the 'greatest honor, privilege and adventure of my life'.    Pictures of the ceremony, posted on social media on Sunday, show a beaming Cawthorn in a navy-blue suit, cream tie and custom-made leg braces as he and Bayardelle were married in front of a large wooden cross. The bride wore a stunning strapless gown with a flowing train. Cawthorn has faced sexual harassment allegations and claims he lied about the crash that left him in a wheelchair and about his stated aspirations of wanting to become a Paralympian.  Madison and Cristina Cawthorn, née Bayardelle, were married in a private ceremony on Saturday The bride looked radiant in a flowing strapless gown with lengthy train, while the paralyzed  Congressman took to his feet to...
    SUPPORTERS of a teacher living in fear of his life over the Muslim cartoon row have launched a crowdfunding appeal. They have so far raised £6,000 to help him, his partner and their children as he fights for his career. 3Protestors gathered outside Batley Grammar and the head was forced to apologiseCredit: PA The RE tutor, 29, was suspended for showing caricatures of Mohammed in a lesson on blasphemy. Protesters gathered outside Batley Grammar, West Yorks, and the head was forced to apologise. The teacher’s family has accused the school of “throwing him under the bus”. Independent politician Paul Halloran posted the GoFundMe appeal and said: “This is not a platform to discuss the whys and wherefores. 3Independent politician Paul Halloran posted the GoFundMe appeal and said: 'Fighting for your job, reputation and security is emotionally draining and time consuming'Credit: Facebook 3The RE teacher's family has accused the school of 'throwing him under the bus'Credit: Getty Most read in NewsSHARE THE LOVEEaster 2021 quotes and messages: What to write in an Easter card?ExclusiveNOT OVER YETCovid super strain may cause 'devastating'...
    Best single-season TV shows Don’t Get Suckered Into Paying For These 20 Useless Things at Car Dealerships West Bromwich Albion manager Sam Allardyce insists his reputation will not be tarnished if his struggling side are relegated from the Premier League this season. © Clive Brunskill West Bromwich Albion manager Sam Allardyce Second-bottom Albion are 11 points from safety and looked destined to drop into the Championship with only 13 games left to climb out of the relegation zone. Allardyce, 66, has kept the likes of Sunderland, Bolton and West Ham in the top-flight in the past. But the former England boss has not had the impact many expected since taking over at The Hawthorns in December. Albion have taken three points just once in 12 Premier League games under Allardyce and they are currently on a dismal seven-match winless run. Despite West Brom's struggles under his watch, the ultra-confident Allardyce refused to accept he would be blamed for their likely relegation. "I'd be devastated from a personal point of view, and for the club not to have survived the...
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