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    A woke fourth-grade teacher who professed on social media that her classroom was 'built for non-white students' can keep her job after a school district investigation found no 'policy or legal violations.' The teacher, who has not been named, has been suspended since she posted a video of herself talking about her new role at William Penn Elementary School in Mill Creek, Utah in August. 'For the first time in my life I am teaching at a majority white school and I'm kind of interested to see how students and parents react to my classroom or if they even notice anything about it because it's built for non-white students,' she said on the social network.  'If you look around and you interact with some of the materials I have, you'll notice there's no white kids represented.' After the posting went viral, Dr. Nichole Higgins, the school's principal, called the teacher's statement 'very disconcerting' and said 'it is inappropriate for any employee to make students feel unwelcome in any way, shape, or form.' But the teacher has now been cleared of rule-breaking...
    NBC Gwen Stefani on "The Voice" season 22. Fans have been waiting a long time for “The Voice” season 22 to finally start. They got their wish on Monday, September 19, when coaches John Legend, Camila Cabello, Blake Shelton, and his wife, Gwen Stefani, nested in their big red chairs. The seating arrangement had changed a bit. Instead of husband and wife sitting next to one another, newbie, Cabello was in between them. Legend was at the opposite end from Shelton, sitting where Kelly Clarkson and Adam Levine both used to reside.Stefani Fought for Country Artists by Saying She is One View this post on Instagram A post shared by NBC's The Voice (@nbcthevoice) Fans have long argued about whether Gwen Stefani is really a country artist. Many fans were upset recently when Stefani got to perform with her hubby, Blake Shelton, on the sacred stage of The Grand Ole Opry, claiming that she was undeserving.  One poster asked, “Does she even care..? What would that even mean to her.” Another commented, “She is NOT a country singer.”...
    ‘The View’ co-host Alyssa Farah Griffin revealed she wasn’t briefed about the far-right group the Proud Boys when she was working for former President Donald Trump. Members of the Proud Boys stormed the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6. In a debate before the 2020 election, Trump told the group to “stand back and stand by.” “The lesson I learned with Trump is you have to take him seriously and literally with what he says. And he uses language intentionally to reach certain audiences. I remember watching that ‘Proud Boys stand back and stand by,’ and honestly I had never even heard of the Proud Boys,” she said on Friday’s ‘The View.’ “But I was like ‘there was something weird about it’ and it was very clearly in retrospect after Jan. 6 was meant to tell them, you know, ‘you are my guys. Stand by.’” Co-host Sunny Hostin went after Griffin for how she responded to that debate moment when she was his White House communications director. “Did you not see that then? I think I remember reading when you were...
    A senior official in the Pentagon's education wing who has written books on anti-racism has a history of mocking white people on Twitter, recently-resurfaced posts revealed on Tuesday. Kelisa Wing is the chief diversity, equity and inclusion officer in the Department of Defense's Education Activity office, which oversees schooling for children of Pentagon employees including active duty service members.  But before she landed the role, Wing made a few controversial social media posts including one that disparaged a woman for stating that black people 'can be racist too.' She's also listed as an author on several progressive children's books in a series called 'Racial Justice In America.'  One book is called 'What Is White Privilege,' while another is 'What Does it Mean To Defund the Police?' The former has lines such as: 'If you are White you might feel bad about hurting others or you might feel afraid to lose this privilege.' It also asks white children to consider if they will 'really feel good at the end of the race when you look back and see others fighting obstacles...
    A Boston woman with multiple arrest warrants had some choice words for officers when she was finally placed into custody this past week.  Tasheaka Buchanan was arrested after assaulting a man and woman at Ashmont Station around 9:30 p.m. on Friday, Sept. 8, Transit Police said.  The couple told officers that while they were in the bathroom, Buchanan started knocking on the door and demanded they get out.  The couple then got into an argument with Buchanan, at which point Buchanan punched both of them in the head, police said.  Officers who approached Buchanan noticed that she was intoxicated. She then responded to the extent of saying how she should have "drank more today," police said.  Further investigation revealed Buchanan was wanted for several offenses including assault and battery, assault and battery with a dangerous weapon and receiving stolen property. She was placed into custody and taken to TPD-HQ for booking.
    A woke Los Angeles mayoral candidate who once said she feels safe in her neighborhood despite rising crime returned home on Friday to find that a thief had made off with two of her handguns. Rep. Karen Bass, a Democrat who is leading in the polls to become the next Los Angeles mayor, said she returned to her Baldwin Vista home from the National Hispanic Media Coalition's annual Impact Awards Gala Friday night to find evidence of a break-in. She then found that a thief stole two of her firearms that had been 'safely and securely stored,' but left behind the cash, electronics and other valuables she had out at her home, which is estimated on Zillow to be worth over $2million. Police are now asking for the public's help in identifying the suspect, whom they described on Twitter as 'Hispanic, standing 5-feet-9-inches tall, [and] weighing 200 pounds.' He was last seen wearing dark clothing, a black surgical mask, a blue baseball cap with a white emblem on it and black Asics sneakers. Anyone with information is asked to call...
    The nation will come to a halt in nine days' time as the Queen is laid to rest amid all the pomp and ceremony that Britain does best. Our longest-serving monarch will have the first state funeral for more than half a century at Westminster Abbey on Monday, September 19. As well as being the first since Winston Churchill's in 1965, it will also be the first at the abbey for any monarch since George II's way back in 1760. Since then such funerals have been held at St George's Chapel, Windsor. But the Queen, who played an active role in planning her final send-off, decided hers should be in the much larger abbey. It can hold a congregation of 2,000, compared with 800 at St George's Chapel and its central London location makes it a better spot for large crowds. Our longest-serving monarch will have the first state funeral for more than half a century at Westminster Abbey on Monday, September 19. The Queen is photographed on June 2, 1953 smiling after her Coronation ceremony at Westminster Abbey in...
    I CAN’T quite remember the first time I met Prince Charles, but I think it was in 1987. I was at Badminton attending the wedding of the then-Marquess of Worcester, or “Bunter” as he is known, and the socialite actress Tracy Ward. (Bunter’s mother, the Duchess of Beaufort, was my godmother). 5Charles with Diana, who was pregnant with Harry, at the Chelsea Flower Show in 1984Credit: Getty - Contributor 5Photographers clamour for a photo of Diana as divorce is finalised in 1996Credit: Times Newspapers Ltd 5Willian, Harry and Charles at Diana's funeral in 1997Credit: Getty  I was about 17 at the time. There was a lot of gossip and anticipation at the drinks reception because the Prince and Princess of Wales would be coming to the dance afterwards.  Or at least Charles would be — there was some uncertainty about Diana.  By this time, Charles and Diana had been married for nearly six years, and their incompatibility had become legend. Most of my circle — unfairly — blamed Diana. One can pinpoint a sharp deterioration in the relationship to 1981...
    King Charles III graciously accepted kisses by overwhelmed fans who lined Buckingham Palace to get a glimpse of him and pay their respects to the late Queen. The new King received a warm reception as he took the time to speak with the public on Friday afternoon while slowly making his way to the front gates of the palace. Do you know either of the women? Email us at: [email protected] He stepped out of his Bentley and moved through the crowd of thousands, stopping to shake hands and speak with people who had spent all morning awaiting his arrival. Janny Assiminios, believed to be Greek Cypriot and in London on a holiday, was so overcome by emotion that she reached out and grabbed the King's face before pulling him in for a kiss on the cheek.  While the act could be considered a breach of royal protocol, Charles was gracious in the moment and appeared to thank her. Moments later, a second woman kissed his outstretched hand as he passed by.  Ms Assiminios later told CNN she asked the King permission before planting a...
    More On: florence pugh Florence Pugh to skip ‘Don’t Worry Darling’ NYC premiere amid drama Inside all the ‘Don’t Worry Darling’ drama—and whose career it might hurt Inside the ‘Don’t Worry Darling’ drama at the Venice Film Festival Chris Pine ‘disassociating’ in Harry Styles interview goes viral Florence Pugh once had nothing but love for Olivia Wilde. The “Don’t Worry Darling” star, who has allegedly been feuding with the film’s director, previously said she was “in love” with Wilde. “What was it like to work with Olivia Wilde? Because I am totally in love with her,” Pugh, 26, asked Beanie Feldstein during Variety‘s Actors on Actors interview special in 2019. Feldstein, 29, previously worked with Wilde, 38, on “Booksmart,” her highly-acclaimed, directorial debut. “I think you and Olivia would be so drawn to each other,” Feldstein said at the time. “Because she is just as fearless as you are in her own, on-screen and off.” The following year, Pugh was cast in Wilde’s psychological thriller, “Don’t Worry Darling,”...
    White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre shared a testy exchange with Fox News reporter Peter Doocy on Tuesday after the journalist asked her if she believes Donald Trump stole the 2016 election. Doocy was pressing Jean-Pierre amid GOP-led outrage over President Joe Biden's repeat attacks against 'MAGA Republicans,' the pro-Donald Trump faction of the party who believe the ex-president's lies that the 2020 race was stolen from him. He pointed to her prior comments suggesting that Trump stole the 2016 election from Hillary Clinton, and casting doubt on GOP Governor Brian Kemp's narrow win in Georgia in 2018. The Biden administration official blasted Doocy's comparison as 'ridiculous.'  Doocy began the exchange asking, 'So we’re all in agreement that it is incorrect to say the 2020 election was stolen, what about the 2016 election?' 'I'm not gonna go back to where we were or what happened in 2016. We're going to focus on the here and now,' Jean-Pierre replied. 'We're going to focus on what's happening today - this inflection point that the president pointed out very clearly and very decisively,...
    A traveler at Newark Airport claimed she didn't know she had a .38 Special stashed behind the lining of her suitcase, authorities said. The loaded revolver was "artfully" concealed in the Orange, NJ, woman's carry-on, Transportation Security Administration Spokeswoman Lisa Farbstein said.  A TSA officer staffing a checkpoint X-ray monitor alerted Port Authority police, who seized the six shooter and the woman, Farbstein said.It was the 11th gun picked off at a Newark TSA checkpoint so far this year, she said.“This is a fine example of how we use the technology available to us to help ensure that guns are stopped before someone tries to carry one onto their flight," said Thomas Carter, TSA’s federal security director for New Jersey. "In addition to her arrest, this woman also faces a stiff federal financial civil penalty.” Passengers can travel with firearms only in checked baggage and if they're properly packaged and declared at their airline ticket counter, Farbstein said. They must be unloaded in a hard-sided locked case that's packed separately from ammunition, she said. The locked case should be taken to the airline...
    Kate Moss has revealed she was scolded by her daughter Lila for one of her most daring runway looks, when she famously donned a tiny Vivienne Westwood miniskirt while walking topless in a runway show. The 48-year-old revisited her daring look on the catwalk in a new video for British Vogue - while reflecting on Lila Grace's own outfits, including the sheer Burberry gown she wore to the Met Gala in May. Kate giggled as she revealed that Lila Grace, 19, thought her skirt was way 'too short,' before admitting that even now she turns to her teen daughter for fashion advice.  'It's too short!' Kate Moss has revealed that she was scolded by her daughter Lila Grace for one of her daring runway looks, while reflecting on her own Met Gala outfits (pictured in May) Kate strutted her stuff for Vivienne Westwood in 1993 and wore her miniskirt with nothing but a pair of tottering heels, going topless and licking an ice cream - which made headlines at the time.  RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next ...
    Getty Tamra Judge poses in 2022. Former “Real Housewives of Orange County” star Kelly Dodd exited the series following its fifteenth season, which premiered in 2020. The reality television personality spoke about her time on the Bravo show during an August 2022 episode of the “Unpopular with Jacques Peterson” podcast. She stated that she “always felt like [she] had a great relationship” with Bravo producer Andy Cohen until she questioned the rating of RHOC season 16 on social media. She also claimed that the “Watch What Happens Live” host “made [her] look like [she] was the problem” on the show. “I said, ‘so how’s your reboot going?’ Just asking a question, right. Am I not allowed to ask a question? He’s the one who said ‘we’re doing a reboot because you’re problem’ right and I wanted to know — the numbers sucked,” stated Dodd. “And then he gives some b****** answer and saying ‘oh we don’t go by that, we go by delayed numbers,’ okay well, what are the delayed numbers, give me the delayed numbers, what are...
    Getty Dean Unglert & Caelynn Miller-Keyes. On June 12, “Bachelorette” and “Bachelor in Paradise” star Dean Unglert made headlines when he opened up on the “Help I Suck At Dating” podcast about a deal he made with his girlfriend Caelynn Miller-Keyes. He told her he would buy her an engagement ring if she would buy him a truck. “I figure a truck and a ring are about the same price,” he surmised. According to Unglert, Miller-Keyes has been urging him to get married even though he likes things the way they are. The two have been dating for three years, after meeting and falling in love on season 6 of “Bachelor in Paradise.” Known widely as the guy who lives in his van, Unglert shared on the podcast that Miller-Keyes took him ring shopping one day, which he was quite reluctant about.  When he saw the nearly four and a half carat diamond ring his BIP co-star wanted, he had a “hissy fit.” Podcast host, fellow Bachelor Nation alum, Ashley Iaconetti, informed Unglert of the tradition of spending...
    A judge Monday refused to delay disgraced movie producer Harvey Weinstein's rape and sexual assault trial in Los Angeles until after a controversial movie about his case comes out in November. LA Superior Court Judge Lisa Lench ruled that the trial of Weinstein – accused of 11 sexual assaults against five women – will go ahead as scheduled, starting October 10. With 269 people on the prosecution's witness list, the trial is expected to last six to eight weeks. In his motion today to delay the trial, Weinstein's attorney, Mark Werksman argued that a 'firestorm of publicity' about the upcoming Brad Pitt-produced film She Said could 'prejudice the jury' against the one-time movie big-shot. She Said, opening in theaters November 18, stars Carey Mulligan and Zoe Kazan as New York Times reporters Megan Twohey and Jodi Kantor who wrote an exposé on Weinstein in 2017. Harvey Weinstein's rape and sexual assault trial will go ahead as scheduled, starting October 10. He's pictured in July at a hearing  Werksman said billboards, other advertising and social media about the movie will highlight...
    Getty Melissa Gorga “The Real Housewives of New York City” will have a reboot series and a spin-off show that will focus on original cast members. The cast of the spin-off show has not yet been officially announced. While recording an August 2022 episode of her podcast, “Melissa Gorga on Display,” “Real Housewives of New Jersey” star Melissa Gorga claimed that RHONY star Ramona Singer told her that she was no longer interested in being a reality television star. She explained that she ran into Singer while she was in Montauk to celebrate her wedding anniversary with her husband Joe Gorga. “I’m just sitting there and Ramona comes walking up, she’s there in the Hamptons she has her little lace up like – I don’t know, her boobs were popping, I have to say they looked really good, she had her little short-shorts on, she had her hat on, she’s walking around with her little tote, I was like she lives, this woman lives, I didn’t know she was going to be there and you know, she was...
    Country singers Maren Morris and Cassadee Pope have called out fellow singer Jason Aldean's wife Brittany over allegedly transphobic comments she made on Instagram Thursday.  In a getting-ready video, the conservative activist, 33, wrote, 'I’d really like to thank my parents for not changing my gender when I went through my tomboy phase. I love this girly life.' Cassadee, 32, took to Twitter on Friday and responded with 'You’d think celebs with beauty brands would see the positives in including LGBTQ+ people in their messaging. But instead here we are, hearing someone compare their “tomboy phase” to someone wanting to transition. Real nice.' Social media feud: Brittany Aldean, 33, set off a social media feud Thursday when she shared a getting-ready video on Instagram, writing, 'I’d really like to thank my parents for not changing my gender when I went through my tomboy phase. I love this girly life'
    The women who reported a racist attack outside a restaurant in Texas say the woman who confronted them claimed she 'hated Indians' and even started physically assaulting one of them. Realtor Esmeralda Upton, 58, flew into a rage after she came across the group of four Indian women outside the Sixty Vines wine bar in Plano, Texas on Wednesday night.  Rani Banerjee, Bidisha Rudra and Sabori Saha say they had all just finished dinner when the now-viral confrontation took place.  'I hate these f****** Indians,' Upton says at one point, calling them 'f****** curry-a** b****es.' Banerjee told WFAA the threats weren't just with words: 'What was so very scary is she came very close and not only verbally assaulted us but started physically assaulting us. She started hitting me'.  Rani Banerjee (left), Bidisha Rudra (right) and Sabori Saha (center) say they had all just finished dinner when the now-viral confrontation took place Banerjee told WFAA the threats weren't just with words: 'What was so very scary is she came very close and not only verbally assaulted us but started physically assaulting us....
    House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) lauded President Joe Biden's "bold action" to cancel a significant amount of federally held student loans despite the fact that she had previously said the president lacked the authority to issue such a cancellation without Congress. The White House announced Wednesday that the administration would be implementing a student loan forgiveness program that will see federal student loan borrowers with an annual income of less than $125,000 be eligible for $20,000 in loan forgiveness if they received a Pell Grant to attend college. All other borrowers in that income bracket would be eligible for $10,000 in loan forgiveness. BIDEN ANNOUNCES MASS STUDENT LOAN FORGIVENESS PROGRAM "People think that the president of the United States has the power for debt forgiveness. He does not," the speaker said in 2021. "He can postpone, he can delay, but he does not have that power. That has to be an act of Congress." But on Wednesday, the House speaker seemingly changed her tune, calling the president's move "a strong step in Democrats’ fight to expand...
    President Joe Biden said forcefully on Wednesday that he had 'zero' advance notice of the FBI's raid on former President Trump's home at Mar-a-Lago – after a newly revealed document showed archival officials contacting White House lawyers about material that was earlier handed over by Trump. 'I didn't have any advanced notice. None. Zero. Not one single bit,' Biden said, making a zero sign with his hand for emphasis.' Biden's statement reflects what White House officials said earlier this month after the extraordinary raid, where FBI agents carted off 10 boxes of material, including some that the government says was at top classification levels. The White House has repeatedly said Biden did not know in advance about the raid, which was authorized by Attorney General Merrick Garland, in advance.  'I didn't have any advanced notice. None. Zero. Not one single bit,' President Joe Biden said, speaking about the FBI raid on his predecessor But it also follows a new paper trail that is revealing a fight over access to documents that Trump had earlier handed over, after keeping them at...
    A three-year-old girl shocked her parents when she woke up at her funeral viewing after doctors at a hospital in the central Mexican state of San Luis Potosí said she had died from dehydration. Now the family of Camila Martínez is accusing the staff at Salinas de Hidalgo Basic Community Hospital of negligence. The child experienced stomach pain, vomiting and fever when Mary Jane Mendoza and her husband took their daughter to a pediatrician in the municipality of Villa de Ramos on August 17, according to Mexican newspaper El Universal. Off a recommendation of the doctor, Martínez was taken to the hospital to treat her for dehydration. Mendoza said Physicians at the facility placed a cold towel over her body to lower her body temperature and placed a pulse oximeter on one of her fingers to record her oxygen level. Martínez was discharged after an hour and prescribed medication. However, her condition worsened later in the day and she was seen by doctor at a clinic, who provided a different prescription and recommended that she ate fruits that were not...
    The Canadian socialite accused of 'accidentally' shooting dead a top Belizean cop now claims vengeful officers plotted to murder her and disguise her death as a botched jail break. Jasmine Hartin, 33, says 'corrupt' police in Belize City unlocked her cell in the middle of the night and motioned her towards a back door - insisting she was free to go. Hartin, who is awaiting trial for the 2021 manslaughter of Superintendent Henry Jemmott, sensed it was a trap and refused to run, telling officers: 'I know you will shoot me in the back.' The alleged incident happened when Hartin was detained on May 19 for supposedly arranging 'hits' on Belize Police Commissioner Chester Williams and a family court magistrate. She was cleared this week by Williams who conceded there was never any credible threat to either himself or Dale Cayetano, who oversaw Hartin's child custody battle with ex-partner Andrew Ashcroft, the son of Britain's Lord Ashcroft. Hartin now plans to sue the Belizean police for false imprisonment. Jasmine Hartin, 33, says 'corrupt' police in Belize City unlocked her...
    DEAR MISS MANNERS: I am trying to find a relationship via online dating. I believe in honesty, and my online profile is completely accurate — with one exception. Although the dating site encourages users to use their real first names as screen names, I am uncomfortable with this. Instead, I use a pseudonym (let’s call it “Biff”) that I think is unlikely to be confused with a real name. When I correspond with women on the site, if it seems like we will end up meeting each other, I then explain that I am not named Biff in real life. Nobody has ever complained about this, and it turns out that many women do the same. However, I recently had a video chat with a woman where I forgot to disclose. She went into the chat thinking I was Biff and became very upset when she learned otherwise. She said I tricked her. I tried to explain, but she was dissatisfied. She quickly disconnected and then blocked me on the dating site. Related Articles Advice | Miss Manners:...
    The mother of a transgender golfer has hit out at criticism from tennis star Andy Murray's mother Judy, saying her daughter has received death threats since enjoying success last week. Scottish-born Hailey Davidson, 29, had a strong finish in the first two rounds of the first stage of the Ladies Professional Golf Association (LPGA) and Epson Tour Qualifying School in Palm Springs, California, before narrowly missing out on the third round on Sunday. According to the LPGA's rules, any player who shoots under 88 after all three rounds earns a 2023 Epson Tour Status, the official qualifying tour for the LPGA. Several high profile commentators criticised the prospect of Davidson's inclusion in the LPGA, including tennis coach Judy Murray. She tweeted: 'Not fair at all. Protect women's sport. Listen to the facts, the scientists and the medics. This is wrong.' In response, Davidson's mother Sandra told the Daily Record: 'Shame on Judy Murray for attacking another mother's child. 'You do not know my daughter Hailey and most importantly you know absolutely nothing about transgender men or women and therefore have...
    Vanessa Bryant walked hand-in-hand with her daughter Natalia to a Los Angeles court on Monday - days after she broke down and sobbed on the stand as she told a jury how she was 'blindsided' and 'betrayed' by police taking photographs of the bodies of her husband Kobe and daughter Gianna. Bryant's widow is suing LA County fire department and the sheriff's office for invasion of privacy after the images of the January 2020 crash were shared by officers. With closing arguments in the trial expected this week, after two weeks of hearings, the 40-year-old arrived at court accompanied by her daughter Natalia, a 19-year-old model and student. Natalia's 13-year-old sister Gianna was killed alongside their father. Vanessa is also mother to five-year-old Bianka, and Capri Kobe, 3. Vanessa Bryant and her daughter Natalia, 19, arrive in court in Los Angeles on Monday morning The Bryants are seen on Monday morning accompanied by their legal team as they arrive in court Vanessa is mother to Kobe's four children: Gianna, 13, who died with her father in January 2020; Natalia (right), 19;...
    DEAR ABBY: I have been interested in a woman for several years. During that time, I have dated her and helped her with her house. Today she called and asked me to walk her dog. I had to decline because I couldn’t fit it in. She sent me two emails, back to back: “Thanks, Fred, but one thing I’m sure of — anyone who isn’t a friend of my dog is no friend of mine. Where’s your Christian service now? I don’t want you to check on my dog or me ever! You are a selfish guy who couldn’t take a five-minute drive on a 60-degree day, and I hope I won’t hear from you ever again. I wish you all the best. Enjoy sitting around taking care of you, yourself. Bye.” And, “A true friend would check on my dog and lock all the doors after, so don’t go near my house or apartment. You are not a guy I want around. You think you’re better than you are.” What do I do and how do I take this?...
    Former US soccer star Hope Solo reflected on her DWI arrest months after she passed out behind the wheel of her car with her two-year-old twins inside - calling the moment the 'biggest mistake of my life.' 'I let alcohol get the better of me in a decision that I will never live down,' Solo said during the August 18 episode of her 'Hope Solo Speaks' podcast. She went on the call the mistake, 'a decision that has come as a great cost to me and my family.'  Solo, 41, was arrested on March 31 after being discovered passed out behind the wheel her car in a Winston-Salem, North Carolina Walmart parking lot.  Her two-year-old twins, Lozen and Vittorio, were in the backseat of the car, and the engine was still running.  The ex-USWNT goalkeeper was later convicted and hit with a 30-day prison-sentence - a sentence she did not have to serve because of the month she spent in rehab following the incident.  Solo also postponed her National Soccer Hall of Fame induction ceremony, originally to take place in May, to...
    As talk of the 2024 Republican Primary heats up, former presidential nominee Mitt Romney discussed the potential candidates from his party, including Wyoming Rep. Liz Cheney.  Romney spoke at the South Valley Chamber of Commerce in Sandy, Utah on Thursday and told the audience he believes Cheney would have no chance of winning the presidency. While Cheney has spoken recently about running, Romney asserted 'I don’t know if she really wants to do that. She would not become the nominee if she were to run. I can’t imagine that would occur.' 'I’m not going to encourage anyone to run for president. I’ve done that myself, and that’s something I’m not doing again,' said the Senator from Utah, who lost the presidential election in 2012 to Barack Obama. Cheney was handed a massive 37-point defeat in her Wyoming primary against Harriet Hageman, and indicated she may attempt a presidential run Mitt Romney, who represents Utah in the US Senate, discouraged Cheney from running and said 'she would not become the nominee if she were to run' Cheney earned only 28.9 percent...
    Jennifer Garner was invited to attend the wedding of her ex-husband Ben Affleck to Jennifer Lopez this weekend in Georgia. The 50-year-old Alias actress declined, however, as she will be in Texas on a work assignment, Hollywood Life shared on Friday. It appears as if Garner and Affleck, 50 - whom were wed from 2005 until 2018 - are on good terms as they co-parent their three children Violet, 16, and Seraphina, 13, and Sam, 11. DailyMail.com has exclusively shared images of the tents that have been going up at Affleck's Riceboro, Georgia compound. No show: Jennifer Garner was invited to attend the wedding of her ex-husband Ben Affleck to Jennifer Lopez this weekend in Georgia. The 50-year-old Alias actress declined, however, as she will be in Texas on a work assignment, Hollywood Life shared on Friday; seen in 2019 Pals these days: It appears as if Garner and Affleck, 50 - whom were wed from 2005 until 2018 - are on good terms as they co-parent their three children Violet, 16, and Seraphina, 13, and Sam, 11. Seen in 2014 Lopez,...
    Five-year old girl Grace Hughes - who has been missing for 12 days - has been located safe and well.  On Friday shortly after 2pm Northern Territory Police released a statement saying they had located Grace and her mother Laura Hinks. The pair had been missing since August 7 when Grace was allegedly abducted from the Berrimah area, in Darwin's east. The mother and daughter vanished after a supervised parental visit when Ms Hinks, 34, left an address at about 1pm on Hidden Valley Road.  Grace Hughes and her mother Laura Hinks, also known as Laura Bolt, (pictured) have been found safe and well on Friday Police say Grace is receiving a medical check but is in good physical condition. Her mother Ms Hinks, is currently assisting police with their inquiries.  During the search for the missing girl, Northern Territory Detective Acting Senior Sergeant Jon Beer said the group that took Grace continued 'to peddle ideologies and false information'.  Police have ramped up efforts to reunite the little girl (pictured) with her 'lawful guardian' and will focus their efforts on the individuals...
    (CNN)Twenty years after she denied to a grand jury that R. Kelly had sex with her as a girl and recorded some of their encounters, the now grown woman took the stand Thursday to reverse her testimony.Testifying under the pseudonym Jane, the 37-year-old only looked at Kelly once during her testimony when asked to identify him. Kelly kept his gaze lowered to the defense table throughout her time on the stand. Prosecutors showed multiple recordings which Jane testified showed Kelly engaging in sex acts with her. At times, Jane began to cry during her time on the stand."How old were you when the sexual acts depicted in those recordings occurred?" asked Assistant US Attorney Jeannice Appenteng."14," Jane testified.Jane testified Kelly began engaging in sex acts with her when she was 14, and had sexual intercourse with her starting when she was 15 "hundreds" of times before she turned 18.Read MoreJane is one of five minors that prosecutors allege Kelly sexually abused in the late 1990s, and that he made explicit videos with four of them. Kelly faces charges including producing...
    The lawyer for a ‘killer’ yoga teacher is claiming that law enforcement quizzed her over the death of her love rival illegally – as court documents reveal her boyfriend told cops he regrets buying the murder weapon. Kaitlin Armstrong, 34, is accused of gunning down her love-rival Anna Moriah ‘Mo’ Wilson on May 11 in Austin, Texas. Wilson was discovered dead in a friend's apartment on May 11 with two bullet holes in her head and another in her chest. Armstrong reportedly flew into a jealous rage after discovering pro-cyclist Wilson, 25, was seeing her boyfriend, Colin Strickland. But in new court documents filed by her attorney, Strickland repeatedly told cops during interview that Armstrong was not a jealous person and described her as the ‘least volatile’ woman he had dated. Armstrong’s lawyer, Rick Cofer, filed new documents to try and suppress evidence on August 17 – claiming that his client was not read her Miranda rights before being interrogated. He claims that evidence was obtained with an ‘illegal arrest warrant’ and accuses detectives of basing the arrest affidavit on...
    Defeated Rep. Liz Cheney's campaign refuted primary winner Harriet Hageman's claim that there was no concession at the end of their contentious race for Wyoming's lone House of Representatives seat.   Hageman claimed during a live Wednesday night interview that Cheney only 'left a very brief two-second' voicemail that did not acknowledge her loss. But the ousted Donald Trump critic's campaign gave Politico an audio recording purporting to show Cheney leaving a much longer message on her opponent's phone. The recording appears to begin with a staffer telling Cheney that the Associated Press had declared Hageman the victor. 'Hi Harriet, Liz Cheney calling. It's about 8:13 on Tuesday the 16th. I'm calling to concede the election and to - to congratulate you on the win. Thanks. Bye bye,' the congresswoman can be heard saying. Shortly after Politico published Cheney's recording, it shared one reportedly from Hageman's campaign that supported the Republican attorney's account. A 23-second video clip appearing to show Hageman's phone played a message that, though muffled, sounded like the words 'Hi Harriet.' The blurry video seemed to show Liz...
    Alex Wong/Getty Images Rep. Liz Cheney (R-WY) called primary opponent Harriet Hageman to congratulate her on her victory, calling into question a claim by the latter just hours before. Politico reporter Olivia Beavers obtained the audio and published it mere hours after Hageman claimed on Hannity she received an incredibly brief message from Cheney. “While I was going in and getting ready to do my acceptance speech last night and had just arrived at the watch party, she called and left a very brief two-second message on my cellphone,” Hageman told Sean Hannity on Wednesday night. “That’s the extent of it. I haven’t had any other contact with Liz Cheney. She only made one effort and all she said was, ‘Hello, Harriet.’ And then that was the end of it.” “She just said ‘Hello, Harriet,’ and then hung up?” Hannity asked. “That was the end of the call, yes,” Hageman responded. “That was the only time. It was about 8:15 last night and I was just  getting ready to go on stage with my acceptance speech and I didn’t have...
    An FBI report tied to 'Brangelina's' spat that led to the couple's divorce in 2016 revealed that Brad Pitt hit his son Maddox and told his then-wife Angelina Jolie that she was 'ruining the family' onboard a private jet, adding that one of the children 'looked like a f**king Columbine kid.'  The FBI documents, which have yet to be publicly released, were obtained by several news outlets on Tuesday. In the report, Jolie told authorities that Pitt was drunk and made multiple menaces to her and their six children while onboard a private flight from France to Los Angeles International Airport on September 14, 2016.  The 'Maleficient' actress, 47, requested the release of the FBI documents under the anonymous 'Jane Doe,' after submitting a Freedom of Information Act request in April.  In its final report on the investigation, the Los Angeles County Department of Children and Family Services concluded that Pitt, who has previously admitted to problems with alcohol, did not physically abuse any of his children. Pitt was also cleared by the FBI of any wrongdoing. Four days later,...
    (CNN)Actress Tommy Dorfman came out as trans just over a year ago in a triumphant spread in Time. But if she hadn't appeared on the popular Netflix series "13 Reasons Why," she said, she may have come out earlier. "I think if I hadn't booked that job, I would've started transitioning a lot sooner," Dorfman told Rachel Bilson on her podcast "Broad Ideas." "I think because my work being (sic) so tied to my body and like face and like identity, and whatever I'd been identified as, it delayed some of my growth and maturation in my mid-20s." Dorfman said she was cast on "13 Reasons Why" at 24, and even then she was combating gender dysphoria. But on the series, a controversial but widely watched teen drama that premiered in 2017, Dorfman played a gay, cisgender male, a situation that led her to "compartmentalize" the parts of her that questioned her identity. "For me, I feel like I kind of got stuck in time for a minute," she said of her casting on the show, for which she also...
    Fox News host Kayleigh McEnany on Friday called on the media to “wait for the facts to come out” before speculating about the FBI raid of former President Donald Trump’s Mar-a-Lago estate. If only she practiced what she preached. McEnany, who served in the Trump administration as press secretary during its dark final days, has repeatedly and wildly speculated about the raid on air at Fox News, where she now serves as a host. On Friday’s Outnumbered, McEnany criticized The Washington Post for reporting that the classified materials Trump took with him to Mar-a-Lago included sensitive information about nuclear weapons. She called the story “evasive” and urged the media to proceed with caution regarding its allegations. “My point is, let’s wait for the facts to come out,” she said. “There is a history,” McEnany continued, “of stories on anonymous sources that turn out not to be true, so let’s wait for something called facts, which many networks don’t wait for.” Yet McEnany’s first on-air reaction to the raid ignored facts entirely. Last Tuesday, the morning after the FBI searched Mar-a-Lago,...
    The late actress Anne Heche named the stars she would like to play her in a film about her life in an eerie podcast interview seven months before her death. Heche, 53, spoke without hesitation to name Miley Cyrus and Kristen Bell as the two actresses she believed could pull it off when speaking on the podcast 'Behind the Velvet Rope with David Yontef' in January. 'I've already thought about it. Miley Cyrus or Kristen Bell,' the Donnie Brasco star replied before Yontef had even finished the question.  Heche said she believed 'those two girls' had the ability to 'pull off the humor that I have' while also doing justice to 'the journey that I've gone through.'  'The two of them share a personality ability to face the world the way that I would want, that I feel like I have and would want portrayed.'  Anne Heche was declared dead on August 12 after suffering a horror car crash in Los Angeles on August 5. Anne Heche, who died on August 12 after being involved in a car crash, but before she...
    Former Trump staffer Olivia Troye recalled finding classified documents left in the women's room of a bathroom in the White House complex during her time working under Vice President Mike Pence.  'I found classified information in the ladies' room of the White House one time in the Eisenhower Executive Office Building,' she said on MSNBC Friday. 'And I immediately walked it right up to security and said, "I just found this in the bathroom."'  'I covered it up, I put it in a folder. It wasn't marked properly,' she continued. 'I was not expecting to walk into the ladies' room and find a document like that.' Troye quit the administration in September 2020 over former President Donald Trump's handling of the COVID-19 pandemic, having served alongside Pence on the White House's coronavirus taskforce. She then publicly endorsed Democratic President Joe Biden.   In a follow-up interview Sunday on MSNBC, Troye characterized members of the previous administration as being sloppy with classified documents.  'I'm gonna tell you, look, it is a known thing. People would carry documents around, especially political appointees, around and traditionally you...
    In a forthcoming book detailing the experiences of female candidates on the presidential campaign trail in 2020, then-candidate Elizabeth Warren revealed that several voters crudely told her they would vote for her — but only if she was a man. Those sentiments echoed among several voters, with many telling campaign workers for the Massachusetts senator that the country would “never have a woman president.” HILLARY CLINTON BLASTS BERNIE SANDERS FOR ‘THINGS HE SAYS ABOUT WOMEN’: BOOK "'I lost it,' this organizer told me," wrote NBC News Capitol Hill correspondent Ali Vitali in her book Electable: Why America Hasn't Put a Woman in the White House … Yet. "But that was the vibe. Women and men alike, both as explicitly as that but also implicitly, would just say, 'Look, I think it’s great what you’re doing … but America — it’s just not gonna happen.'" "Everyone comes up to me and says, 'I would vote for you, if you had a penis,'" the book quotes Warren as saying. The anecdotes highlight a larger struggle that Warren...
    Britney Spears' ex-husband has posted a series of clips of their young sons arguing with their mother, as the warring parents step up their increasingly acrimonious fight. Kevin Federline, 44, revealed last week that their sons Sean, 16, and 15-year-old Jayden no longer wish to spend time with Spears, 40. The singer was devastated by Federline talking about the family rift, and posted a series of angry messages on Instagram, including one accusing Federline of exposing the teenagers to marijuana. On Wednesday night Federline re-activated a long-dormant Instagram account to retaliate by posting the clips of their sons, which were filmed four years ago. 'I can not sit back and let my sons be accused in this way after what they've been through,' the father of six wrote.  The first clip shared by Federline appears to be filmed in a bedroom, with Spears berating her sons - then aged 11 and 12 - for lacking respect Federline and Spears are pictured in 2006, at an after party for the Grammys. The pair were married from 2004 through 2007 'As much...
    Olivia Wilde has accused ex Jason Sudeikis of intentionally trying to 'embarrass' and 'threaten' her when she was awkwardly served with custody papers on stage at a live event in April.  Court filings obtained exclusively by DailyMail.com have revealed the exes' once-amicable custody and co-parenting agreement has turned into a bitter dispute over Wilde's plans to relocate to London, where new boyfriend Harry Styles is based. Sudeikis, 46, and Wilde, 38, began dating in 2011 and went on to have two children, son Otis, 8, and daughter Daisy, 5, before splitting in late 2020.  The actors had continued to co-parent and share custody of their kids since then,  alternating one-week periods of 'parental access', while they both split their time between New York, Los Angeles, and London.  But those arrangements became no longer viable in April this year, when the pair had a disagreement about where they would be raising their children permanently, prompting Sudeikis to file a custody petition.  Olivia Wilde claims Jason Sudeikis intended to 'embarrass' and 'threaten her' by publicly serving her custody papers on stage at CinemaCon...
    Saul Loeb/Getty Images Former White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders blasted the FBI for Monday’s raid of former President Donald Trump’s Mar-a-Lago estate – yet said “you’re losing” when “attacking FBI agents.” “If you’re not yet appalled by the total abuse of power from Democrats in Washington, you’re not paying attention,” posted Sanders on Monday night. If you’re not yet appalled by the total abuse of power from Democrats in Washington, you’re not paying attention. — Sarah Huckabee Sanders (@SarahHuckabee) August 9, 2022 However, Twitter users reminded Sanders of her post in 2016, which stated, “When you’re attacking FBI agents because you’re under criminal investigation, you’re losing.” This apparently was in reference to Hillary Clinton, who was that year’s Democratic presidential nominee and lost to Trump. Clinton blamed the FBI for her defeat in which the agency investigated allegations she mishandled classified information when she was Secretary of State. The raid of Mar-a-Lago was reportedly in response to Trump allegedly taking classified information to the estate from the White House when he left office in January 2021. Oh....
    More On: olivia newton-john Inside Olivia Newton-John’s 30-year battle with breast cancer Olivia Newton-John’s most iconic style moments through the years Olivia Newton-John through the years: From ‘Grease’ to cancer advocate Olivia Newton-John seen on daughter Chloe Lattanzi’s Instagram 3 days before death Olivia Newton-John once said she was “looking forward to” death because of previous interactions with “spirits.” In a resurfaced February 2021 podcast interview, the “Grease” star explained that she did not fear passing on during her 30-year battle with breast cancer because she believed there was something beyond the world of the living. “We all know we’re going to die, but I think we spend our lives in denial. It’s extremely personal, so it’s hard to put into words,” she shared on Sarah Grynberg’s “A Life of Greatness.” “I feel that we are all one thing, and I’ve had experiences with spirits and spirit life. I believe there is something that happens.” She added, “I hope the energies of the people you love will be there. … I think all the love will be there. I’m sort...
    Former FOX 10 Phoenix anchor Kari Lake.Mother Jones illustration; Christopher Brown/ZUMA Fight disinformation: Sign up for the free Mother Jones Daily newsletter and follow the news that matters.After spreading baseless claims of election fraud in the Arizona gubernatorial primary, Republican Kari Lake has won her party’s nomination. The Donald Trump-backed candidate and former FOX 10 Phoenix anchor defeated real estate developer Karrin Taylor Robson, who received endorsements from former Vice President Mike Pence and current Gov. Doug Ducey and invested $15 million of her own money in the campaign. Lake, a steadfast proponent of the Big Lie, had been the frontrunner, building her campaign around Trump’s stamp of approval—and the support of election deniers like Rep. Paul Gosar, former national security adviser Michael Flynn, and My Pillow’s Mike Lindell. Lake campaigned on election conspiracy theories, anti-immigrant and pro-border enforcement rhetoric, and her repudiation of the very media that gave her a platform.  Lake announced she was running for governor three months after ending her 22-year career with the Fox affiliate. In a video making her resignation public, Lake said she no longer...
    CBS 'The Challenge: USA' cast photo The popular CBS spinoff “The Challenge: USA” has introduced viewers to a whole new group of Challengers who might one day cross over to the regular “Challenge.” One star of the inaugural spinoff, “Love Island” season 3’s Shannon St. Clair, recently revealed that she was asked for the upcoming season 38 of the regular “Challenge” but she declined the casting team “right away.” The reality star appeared on Spotify’s “Reality Rundown” podcast hosted by Mark Long and Emily Longeretta and shared, “I did get asked for Season 38 for MTV, but it was very last minute.” She said the request for season 38, like her experience on “The Challenge: USA,” was as an alternate but added, “It wasn’t the same network compensation, so I turned it down right away.” Shannon explained that she was originally supposed to be an alternate on the CBS spinoff. She said she never watched “The Challenge” before and normally she would have researched the show beforehand and trained. However, since she thought she wouldn’t be on the...
    STUNNED Rebekah Vardy today tells of the moment she confronted Coleen Rooney over her shocking Wagatha Christie post, shouting: “Coleen, what the f*** is this?” The devastated star was on holiday in Dubai when she saw her pal had accused her of leaking stories in a bombshell message ending: “It’s . . . Rebekah Vardy’s account.” 7Stunned Rebekah Vardy today tells of the moment she confronted Coleen Rooney over her shocking Wagatha Christie postCredit: Louis Wood 7She shouted: “Coleen, what the f*** is this?”Credit: Dan Charity 7The devastated star was on holiday in Dubai when she read her pal’s bombshell statementCredit: Ray Collins Rebekah today opens up about the abuse she still gets over her Wagatha Christie libel battle with Coleen, revealing: “People pass me in the street and say, ‘You’re disgusting, a rat, a troll’.” The mum of five says she receives up to 100 threatening messages a day and has had to increase security. Speaking for the first time since the High Court verdict last Friday cost her millions she admits: “I felt sick.” Becky, 40, who is wed to...
    A resident in the area has been charged with a criminal summons for alleged harassment of another woman she claimed was stalking her. Catherine Camerota, age 67, of Yorktown, was charged on Friday, July 29, after the victim went to the police, concerned for her safety, said the Yorktown Police. Camerota is accused of following the victim in her vehicle, blocking the victim in her parking space, confronting the victim, and accusing her of stalking, police said. "The defendant's behavior caused the victim to be seriously annoyed and alarmed," police said. On Friday, Yorktown Police met with Camerota at her residence and served a criminal summons for the charge of harassment, a second-degree violation, police said. She is due to appear in court on Thursday, Aug. 18.