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    MIKEL ARTETA is still targeting new signings despite Arsenal's 2-0 win at Crystal Palace. The Gunners' boss praised "superb" debutant defender William Saliba, while star summer recruits Gabriel Jesus and Oleksandr Zinchenko also impressed in the Premier League's curtain-raiser on Friday night. 2Arsenal chief Mikel Arteta still wants more quality despite victory in a tricky Prem opener at Selhurst ParkCredit: Rex But Arteta admitted he wants to add to his haul of five newcomers before the transfer window shuts on September 1. The Spaniard told Sky Sports: "We are going to try. "If we can do them great but now it's work with the players we have, the focus should be with the players we have. "You need the right balance because if you come short in terms of physicality in this game, you’re going to be exposed.  READ MORE IN FOOTBALLTRANSFER NEWS Barcelona line up £67m Alexander-Arnold bid, De Jong 'wants London move' FREE BETS AND SIGN UP DEALS - BEST NEW CUSTOMER OFFERS "The most important thing is to win the first match, to build confidence and momentum....
    STRICTLY Come Dancing's Motsi Mabuse looked flawless as she showed off her REAL hair as she prepared to rock a new style on the beach. The dancing queen was glowing as she held her flowing hair extensions ahead of her glam make-over on the beach. 5Motsi showed off her natural beauty on the beachCredit: Instagram/@Motsimabuse 5Motsi prepared to dazzle with another fab hair do Motsi, 40, showed off her natural beauty as she revealed her hair as she got her glam on. The style-chameleon, who wows fans with different looks week upon week on Strictly, kept her curves under-wraps wearing a sheer pink top. The star, who is the sister of former Strictly star Oti Mabuse, looked every inch the star in her oversized sunglasses. She had Amy Winehouse's hit Tears Dry on Their Own in the background as her hairdresser worked her magic. Meanwhile Motsi is no stranger to dazzling with show-stopping looks. Fans have shared hundreds of uplifting tweets about the gorgeous judge's hair and outfit choices week after week. One person tweeted, "MOTSI'S HAIR STAN ACCOUNT. It...
    A MONEY-SAVING woman has revealed she serves her friends food she's found in the bins. With prices now skyrocketing to new levels, many are looking to find ways to spend less money - but some, like Kate have taken in to the extreme. 3Many thought the guests were outright rude and shouldn't have commented on Kate's flatCredit: TLC Australia 3The veggie and meat medley didn't blow her guests awayCredit: TLC Australia Appearing on Extreme Cheapskates, the woman had invited her friend and his girlfriend over for dinner - and it's safe to say, there were slightly shocked by what they saw. ''As a friend, I know how cheap Kate is so I came to see her in action,'' said Matt, her pal. Giving a little tour of the small apartment, Kate revealed that she had made her makeshift couch using a mattress she had stumbled upon in a dorm dumpster dive. To give herself some extra protection from potential cockroaches and dirt, the crafty DIY whizz had added a layer of plastic bags over the surface. read more real life...
    WILLIAM SALIBA has hinted that he does not want to move back to Arsenal if he isn't offered a regular place in the first team. The 21-year-old joined the Gunners in 2019 for a fee of around £27million. 1Saliba made his senior international debut in MarchCredit: Getty Despite signing a long-term deal at the time, he has only made a handful of appearances for the club. He has been loaned out three times since his arrival, to Saint-Etienne, Nice and Marseille. The defender received his first senior international call-up last month amid a breakthrough season, and now Arsenal are planning to make him a permanent fixture in the first team. However, Saliba has his reservations about moving back to the Premier League and has also made it clear that he will not be happy with just sitting on the bench. Read More on ArsenalGUNNERS NEWS Dybala Gunners transfer prepared, Lacazette wanted by Barcelona When speaking to L'Equipe, he said: "They (Arsenal) are often in contact with my agent and send me messages. "They watch my matches. They tell me to...
    On Monday, Rep. Ro Khanna (D-CA) appeared on Fox News and was asked about a tweet he sent last week in which he said embattled CDC Director Dr. Rochelle Walensky should be replaced with Dr. Ashish Jha. Walensky has had a rocky tenure since taking up her position last January, with the CDC repeatedly coming under fire for over mixed messaging on Covid guidance. Earlier this month, it was reported that Walensky has been taking media training sessions. Khanna, who did not mention Walensky by name, suggested she be replaced by Jha, who is the dean of the Brown University School of Public Health and has been a fixture on cable news during the pandemic. “Put him in charge of the CDC!” tweeted Khanna. [email protected] has been a national treasure in helping us get through the pandemic with reason, facts, compassion, and equal concern for the lives of all. Put him in charge of the CDC! https://t.co/msM50SZI3u — Ro Khanna (@RoKhanna) January 9, 2022 Khanna reiterated his position on Fox News on Monday. “You mentioned the possibility of...
    CHICAGO (CBS) — Business owners on the city’s North Side have been demanding action from police since violent robberies have been taking over their neighborhoods. As CBS 2’s Jermont Terry reported, police Supt. David Brown addressed issues of crime in Chicago on Thursday. But some believe no real answers have been provided. READ MORE: Shots Fired At Southlake Mall In Hobart, Indiana; No Active Shooter, No InjuriesChicago is closing 2021 with a record crime spike – with homicides and carjackings sharply up. At a news conference Thursday, police Supt. David Brown was pleased to talk about the record number of guns his officers have taken off the streets. But while those in the community applaud those efforts, many feel the CPD needs to do more to prevent crime. There is no doubt a lot of people pass by Pedestrian Coffee, at 939 W. Belmont Ave. in Lakeview, right next to the Belmont Red, Purple, and Brown Line Chicago Transit Authority stop. “This a super high traffic location,” said owner Tim Taylor. And Taylor is a little surprised that on Wednesday...
    A older man and younger woman didn't have much holiday spirit on a flight from Tampa Bay to Atlanta, as they fought one another over wearing masks in a video that has since gone viral. The video - which has gotten 4.2 million views since it was posted on Twitter by the ATL Uncensored account Friday night as well as a fellow passenger on Instagram - starts off with the two squaring off over the man not wearing a mask on the Delta flight. 'Put your f---ing mask on,' the woman, who is more clearly audible than the man, says pointedly. The woman herself has lowered her mask down to her chin. The man then threatens to pour his drink over her head and mutters 'God d---it.'  He then appears to begin standing up and the woman encourages him: 'Stand your a-- up!'  Scroll below to watch.  The woman and man became heated over the man not wearing his mask, though he claimed that he was eating and drinking The woman at one point slaps the man in the face...
    PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — New coronavirus concerns are taking center stage from coast to coast with cases now climbing, testing sites swamped and families now rattled as they prepare for the holiday during this serious spike. At least 45 states, including Pennsylvania, have reported positive cases of the COVID-19 Omicron variant. It comes as the whole country is seeing a sudden surge in COVID-19 cases. For travelers ahead of the holiday, this surge couldn’t come at a worse time. AAA said millions of America are expected to fly this year for the holiday. It said airline travel will be up 184% from this time last year. Health leaders are concerned about the number of people who will be going through airports this week, including the Pittsburgh International Airport. As the week goes on, they’re expecting more holiday travelers to come through. For many, this year is a chance to make up for losing time with family last year. “Last year it was just my husband and I. It was really sad,” Cathleen Matuzak from Mars said. She is flying to Florida...
    Tom Brady on Thursday gushed when he spoke about Rob Gronkowski and what he’s meant to Brady as a teammate with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and New England Patriots. The Buccaneers will play the Buffalo Bills on Sunday, and both teams are in need of a win as they try to keep pace in the playoff race in their respective conferences. Brady was asked about getting Gronkowski to come out of retirement. CLICK HERE FOR MORE SPORTS COVERAGE ON FOXNEWS.COM Tampa Bay Buccaneers tight end Rob Gronkowski (87) celebrates his touchdown against the Atlanta Falcons Sunday, Dec. 5, 2021, in Atlanta. (AP Photo/John Bazemore) "I don't remember exactly how things played out with that. I'm just happy he decided he wanted to come out of retirement," Brady said. "Obviously, playing together with him is just awesome for me. When I chose the Buccaneers, I wasn't sure if he was going to come out of retirement or if he wanted to play, but it's been amazing to watch him perform. "He's obviously the greatest tight end ever to play the...
    Sen. Lindsey Graham said President Joe Biden has 'blood on his hands' after overseeing the chaotic troop withdrawal from Afghanistan, and said he will 'never forgive' the man he has known for decades. Graham and Biden forged a friendship during their years together in the Senate. Graham would later become a pal and ally of President Donald Trump, despite clashing during the presidential campaign, when Trump read aloud Graham's personal cell phone number during campaign rallies. He told Fox News Wednesday that Biden's withdrawal policy – which left left Americans behind still trying to leave the country and featured a terror attack on troops guarding the Kabul airport – was unforgiveable.  'I've known Joe Biden for a long time, I had a good personal relationship with him. He's a decent man. But what he did in Afghanistan I will never forgive him for, he has blood on his hands, and he's made America less safe,' Graham told Fox. Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) told Fox News he will 'never forgive' President Biden for US troop withdrawal from Afghanistan He tore...
    GARY NEVILLE has left the door open to an outing on Strictly Come Dancing - vowing 'never say never!'. The former Manchester United hero took part in a Q&A with fans on Monday, revealing his Strictly stance and a handful of other curious points of conversation. 1Gary Neville has not ruled out an outing on Strictly Come DancingCredit: Rex The popular BBC show has helped a number of sports stars into sequins. Alex Scott, David James, Robbie Savage, John Barnes and Neville's old team-mate Peter Schmeichel have all represented football at the ballroom. While ex-rugby star Ugo Monye and Olympic swimming king Adam Peaty are competing in this year's series. Neville, 46, did not dismiss the idea of following in their footsteps during the Q&A. Responding to a tweet asking if he would ever do Strictly, he wrote: "Never say never!" Fans following Neville were very keen on the idea, Twitter user Michelle laughing: "I've never watched that show, but I'd have to watch it just to see you dance." Most read in FootballLive BlogFOOTIE LIVE Arsenal thrash Tottenham in...
    The 15-year-old girl who was run over and killed after she jumped out of a moving car during an argument with her mother on a Texas highway has been identified.  Maddison Taylor died on Monday in a hit-and-run crash on the North Freeway in Harris County.  The teen was reportedly engaged in a dispute with her mother when she decided to open the car door and jump from the passenger seat.  Taylor's relatives lashed out at the driver who struck her before fleeing the scene on Tuesday, saying they should have had the respect to wait for emergency personnel to arrive.  Maddison Taylor (pictured) died on Monday when she jumped out of a moving car on the North Freeway in Harris County, Texas, while having an argument with her mother Family remembered the 15-year-old nicknamed 'Maddy' as a 'fighter' with a 'heart of gold' who 'went through way too much' Taylor's cousins (pictured) are asking the driver who struck her to come forward, acknowledging that they understand the accident was not intentional Harris County Sheriff Ed Gonzalez...
    A 9-year-old girl was seen on video criticizing her school board for putting Black Lives Matter posters around her school, despite a ban on political posters. The student, who said her name was Novalee, spoke at a Lakeville Area School Board meeting in Minnesota on June 8 where she said she saw signs about Black Lives Matter and poet Amanda Gorman on her teacher’s wall at Lakeview Elementary School. Novalee said these posters go against what the board said prior about having no politics in school. Novalee said she asked her principal to take down the posters, but he refused. The principal allegedly told her that the school board members were the ones who made the posters. She described the message of these posters as calling for the end of police, rioting, and burning buildings “while King Gov. (Tim) Walz just sits on his throne and watches.” Novalee said the political message of these posters can’t be changed by reworking the color or font. “I am nine years old and I know that,” Novalee said in reference to the meaning...
    AUSTIN, Texas -- Boaters in central Texas came dangerously close from tipping over a dam.It was an ordeal that played out Thursday afternoon with just tweets from emergency officials, but later made real when they posted the vessel and its bow with nothing under it.The tweets came from Austin-Travis County EMS which serves the Texas capital region.The first tweet of the incident described 911 calls reporting a boat "up against the dam" and callers adding that it "looks like it's going to go over the dam." Multiple rescue assets from #ATCEMS & @AustinFireInfo responding to a water rescue 1-79 N PLEASANT VALLEY RD (14:36) 911 callers reporting a boat "up against the dam", "looks like its going to go over the dam". Multiple people on board. More information to follow.— ATCEMS (@ATCEMS) June 10, 2021A follow up tweet about eight minutes later described what was happening to help the helpless boaters.UPDATE water rescue 1-79 N PLEASANT VALLEY RD: Boat has been attached to another boat in the area by rope. Life vests are being lowered down to 4 occupants. Boat...
    A teacher in San Marcos, California was caught on camera yelling at students over their parents distance learning complaints during a Zoom class. The teacher at San Marcos High School, identified by Fox News as Alissa Pirro, could be seen chastising the students while they appear to be discussing a dispute over distance learning. “I am so sick to my stomach of parents trying to tell educators how to do their job,” Pirro shouts at the camera in the online class. In the video — posted to Twitter by a group called Reopen California Schools — Pirro explodes on one student who calls for a “white student union.” “You don’t need a white student union, Jake!” she yells. “You get everything!” In a separate portion of the video Pirro appears to be responding to a student who’s parents may have had concerns about distance learning. “If your parent wants to talk to me about their profession and their opinion on their profession, I would love to hear that,” she said. “However, if your parent wants to come talk...
    Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer has invited Major League Baseball to play the 2021 All-Star Game in New York instead of Atlanta after controversy over a new voting law in Georgia - but critics say that voting laws in the Empire State are more restrictive than in Georgia. 'Racist voter suppression laws are now hurting Georgia's voters AND its economy. Georgia Republicans should be ashamed,' Schumer, a New York Democrat, tweeted Saturday after MLB announced it would pull the game from Atlanta. 'We would welcome @MLB to come to come play the All-Star Game in New York where we are working to make it easier, not harder, to vote,' he added. However, Georgia Governor Brian Kemp has accused New York of having more restrictive voting laws then his own state does, saying bluntly: 'It's easier to vote in Georgia than it is in New York.' Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer has invited Major League Baseball to play the 2021 All-Star Game in New York instead of Atlanta after controversy over a new voting law in Georgia MLB said...
    MIAMI BEACH (CBSMiami) — On Sunday March 21, when police closed popular Ocean Drive at 8 p.m., not everyone went home. Some people continued the party on the streets of residential Meridian Avenue, just a few blocks over. “Over 1,000 people easily,” said John Walter, who lives in an apartment on Meridian Ave. “And they were walking up and down parked cars.” READ MORE: How Miami Beach Businesses Are Coping With Chaos On South Beach Walter said police did show up within about 15 minutes and reminded the crowds of the city’s curfew in the entertainment district. “When the police showed up and said ‘Miami Beach police, this is a state of emergency,’ people started running to our building,” Walsh said. “My neighbor and I sat on the floor and put our feet on the staircase to try and block them from coming in. I guess they were afraid of being pepper sprayed or something.” Another woman who lives on Euclid Avenue also heard the throngs of people on Sunday night and took cell phone video which captured the sounds of...
    STACEY Dooley quit Twitter saying it had become like an "abusive relationship". The former Strictly Come Dancing champ, 34, said she found herself bombarded with nasty comments as she lay in bed. 3Stacey Dooley says she was reading negative comments about herself all dayCredit: PA:Press Association Speaking about logging off the star, who is in a relationship with dancer Kevin Clifton, told You: "I feel so much better for it. "I said to Kev, there were some days where I’d get up and the first thing I’d do is look at my phone and read something not very pleasant about myself. "And then when I went to bed, the last thing I’d do is look at my phone and read another negative comment." She added: "And I think, if that was a person saying it in my bed, I’d be in an abusive relationship and I wouldn’t put up with it." 3The star, who is in a relationship with dancer Kevin Clifton, said she feels much betterCredit: Rex 3The pair grew close on Strictly Come Dancing and were crowned champions...
    CULVER CITY, Calif. (CBS) — A new guest host is set to take the reins hosting “Jeopardy!” for two weeks starting Monday. Dr. Mehmet Oz is picking up where Katie Couric left off and will host from March 22 to April 2. The physician, TV host and best-selling author was very surprised to get the call to step in and guest host the iconic quiz show. Several celebrities are filling in this season following the death of longtime legendary host Alex Trebek. READ MORE: Deaths Of Woman, 12-Year-Old Daughter In Shrewsbury Under Investigation “Never in my wildest dreams thought I’d be able to come on this stage and host the show,” Dr. Oz said. “It’s just special. It’s iconic in the psyche of America.” Oz said that like a lot of viewers, “Jeopardy!” is “all personal” to him, and recalled watching the show with his youngest son after long operating shifts at the hospital. He said he was initially nervous to take on the high-profile hosting job. Dr. Oz on Jeopardy! (Photo credit: Jeopardy! Productions Inc.) “I was anxious about...
    Republican Sen. Lindsey Graham became the first senator on Thursday to call for President Biden's homeland security secretary to resign for his handling of the southern border, as tens of thousands of people are apprehended attempting to illegally come into the United States weekly. “It is clear to me the Biden Administration has lost control of the border. Under its current leadership, it doesn’t have either the will or capability to fix the problem," Graham, a South Carolinian who supported former President Donald Trump, said in a statement issued late Thursday morning. “It is time for DHS Secretary Mayorkas to change course or change jobs. The situation is bad and only going to get worse. Unless there is immediate and drastic change, the worst is yet to come – by far.” Mayorkas testified before Congress Wednesday about the crisis and defended the Biden administration's decision not to immediately turn away children who arrive without parents. Republicans strongly criticized the Democratic president's policies that they claimed prompted the influx of people and, consequently, releases of an unknown number of children...
    Many of the millions of Texans who lost power for days after a deadly winter blast overwhelmed the electric grid now have it back, but the crisis was far from over in parts of the South, with many people lacking safe drinking water.More than 190,000 homes and businesses remained without power in Texas according to poweroutage.us Friday morning, down from about 3 million two days earlier, though utility officials said limited rolling blackouts were still possible.The storms also left more than 330,000 from Virginia to Louisiana without power and about 71,000 in Oregon were still enduring a weeklong outage following a massive ice and snow storm.The snow and ice moved into the Appalachians, northern Maryland and southern Pennsylvania, and later the Northeast as the extreme weather was blamed for the deaths of at least 58 people, including a Tennessee farmer trying to save two calves that apparently wandered into a frozen pond and 17-year-old Oklahoma girl who fell into a frozen pond.'It was a mistake': Sen. Ted Cruz sits down for one-on-one interview after returning home from CancunEMBED More News...
    OAKLAND (KPIX 5) — The week before Chinese Lunar new year is supposed to be the busiest time of the year for businesses in Oakland Chinatown. But fear of violence has kept a lot of people from shopping there. Many business owners said because of the spike in crime, they now close their stores a couple of hours early. Virginia Leung owns a store in Chinatown’s Renaissance Plaza. She said in Cantonese the pandemic and the recent violent attacks on seniors served as a double whammy. She said in her many years of doing business in Chinatown, it’s never been this quiet and slow before the Lunar New Year holiday. Actors Daniel Wu, Daniel Dae Kim, and the Metropolitan Bank in Chinatown are offering a reward for information leading to the arrest of a man who recently shoved a 91-year-old man to the ground at the corner of 8th and Harrison Streets. “[The seniors are] defenseless people and they’re good people who’ve been through a lot to get to this country. And for you to attack them like that, for...
    White House Coronavirus Response Team member Dr. Anthony Fauci was both slammed and praised over an appearance on MSNBC in which he told host Rachel Maddow that he had been prevented from coming on her show. "I've been wanting to come on your show for months and months,” Fauci told Maddow on Friday night. “You've been asking me to come on your show for months and months, and it’s just gotten blocked. That's, I mean, let’s call it what it is. It just got blocked because they didn’t like the way you handle things, and they didn’t want me on." "'Why would you want to go on Rachel Maddow's show?'" Fauci said, mimicking a conversation he had with the Trump White House. “'Well, because I like her and she's really good.’” Fauci went on to tell Maddow that working for Trump was a “tough situation” due to the “different types of pressures” that were “put on.” Dr. Fauci to @maddow: "I've been wanting to come on your show for months and months... And it's just gotten blocked. It just...
    The Los Angeles Rams didn’t take kindly to the Seattle Seahawks smoking cigars after winning the NFC West a few weeks back – it showed in Saturday’s wild-card upset.  The Rams defense was virtually unstoppable in the 30-20 win over the Seahawks. Russell Wilson was sacked five times and recorded one interception while Jared Goff came into the game during the first quarter for starting quarterback John Wolford and was 9-for-19 for 155 passing yards and one touchdown. RAMS UPSET SEAHAWKS IN NFC WILD CARD PLAYOFFS So how did the Rams pull it off? Goff says they didn’t appreciate the Seahawks' premature celebrations.  "We come up here, and all week we were told how good they are and how we snuck into the playoffs," he said, via ESPN. "And two weeks ago, you saw them smoking cigars and getting all excited about beating us and winning the division – and we were able to come up here and beat them." "It feels good." CLICK HERE FOR MORE SPORTS COVERAGE ON FOXNEWS.COM The Seahawks claimed the NFC West title with a 20-9 win...
    ATLANTA (AP) — Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp is blasting attacks on his wife and daughters by people who want him to overturn Joe Biden’s victory in Georgia and says conspiracy theories about the election need to stop. President Donald Trump has excoriated Kemp for not calling a special legislative session to give him the state’s electoral votes. Kemp on Thursday did not blame Trump for the attacks on his family and him, but said “people need to deal with facts,” news outlets reported. “If anybody has an issue with something I’ve done, they can come to me, and I will talk to them about it,” Kemp said, according to WSB-TV. “They don’t need to bother my wife and my children or another elected official’s wife and children. I can assure you I can handle myself. And if they’re brave enough to come out from underneath that keyboard or behind it, we can have a little conversation if they would like to.” The Republican governor said his children have been targeted in social media posts. His daughter Lucy has received hate-filled...
    LONDON (Reuters) - British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said on Tuesday there might come a moment when London would have to acknowledge that it was time to go for a no-deal Brexit and abandon talks. Asked if he would try to do a deal right up until the wire, Johnson said: "Yeah of course." "We're always hopeful but you know there may come a moment when we have to acknowledge that its time to draw stumps and that's just the way it is," said Johnson, referring to a cricketing term for the end of play. "We will prosper mightily under any version and if we have to go for an Australian solution then that's fine too." (Reporting by Sarah Young and Guy Faulconbridge; editing by Michael Holden) Copyright 2020 Thomson Reuters. Tags: Ireland, United States, European Union, international trade, United Kingdom, Europe
    'Do you regret doing Panorama?' I asked Princess Diana over lunch at Kensington Palace in May 1996, six months after her infamous BBC interview that is now making global headlines again. She looked at me intently with her massive blue eyes. 'No,' she replied firmly, 'I have no regrets. I wanted to do it, to put my side over. There has been so much rubbish said and written that it was time people knew the truth. But I won't do it again. Once is enough. I have done what I set out to do.' I looked over at her son Prince William, just 13 at the time and the only other lunch guest apart from a palace PR lady, and he was staring unhappily down at his plate. 'Did you think it was a good idea, William?' I asked him. He pursed his lips, and his cheeks reddened, then he laughed in a slightly embarrassed way and replied: 'I'd rather not say…' Diana, Princess of Wales with sons Prince William (right) and Prince Harry (left) in April 1992 If...
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    EDDIE HEARN has continued his war of words with Kell Brook by telling him to ‘stop talking b****cks’ ahead of his fight with Terence Crawford. The boxing promoter used to be close with the Special K before the Sheffield-born star left his Matchroom stable. 5Eddie Hearn has continued his war of words with Kell BrookCredit: Sportsfile 5Special K is preparing to face Terence Crawford on November 14Credit: News Group Newspapers Ltd He has now joined Bob Arum’s Top Rank, a competitor of Hearn’s company, and is preparing to face pound-for-pound king Crawford on November 14. That showdown will be on Premier Sport instead of Sky Sports, whom Matchroom have an agreement with. Brook boxed on Sky for most of his career, and even though he has now signed for Arum, he recently revealed his disappointment Hearn failed to get a deal done for it to be shown on Sky. The 34-year-old said: “I've always been a Sky Sports fighter, been in with Shawn Porter, Errol Spence, Golovkin. I've made some amazing nights with Sky Sports. “The fans, I wanna give...
    Conservative radio host Rush Limbaugh said Monday that scans taken last week showed his case of stage 4 lung cancer getting worse. “It’s tough to realize that the days where I do not think I’m under a death sentence are over,” the radio titan told listeners on his afternoon show. “We all know we’re going to die at some point. When you have a terminal disease diagnosis that has a time frame to it, then that puts a different psychological and even physical awareness to it.” Limbaugh, who runs the top talk radio show in the United States with more than 15 million weekly listeners, first revealed he had lung cancer in February, just a day before President Donald Trump bestowed him with a presidential Medal of Freedom. Limbaugh said Monday the scans showed the cancer had grown after an initial period of dormancy. “The scans did show some progression of cancer,” Limbaugh said. “Prior that, the scans had shown that we had rendered the cancer dormant. That’s my phrase for it. We had stopped the growth. It had been...
    Sergio Aguero went unpunished on his Premier League return on Saturday night after grabbing assistant referee Sian Massey-Ellis on the shoulder during the 1-0 win against Arsenal. The Manchester City forward was arguing a throw-in decision given to Arsenal when he put his hand on her shoulder. Pep Guardiola defended Aguero, insisting the striker’s action was clearly not aggressive. The City boss said: ‘Come on guys, Sergio is the nicest person I have met in my life. Look for problems in other situations, not in this one.’  Sergio Aguero complained to assistant referee Sian Massey-Ellis over a throw-in decision Aguero was perhaps fortunate to escape unpunished after he grabbed her shoulder RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Bernardo Silva was earmarked as David Silva's successor at... Arsenal forced to turn to David Luiz after Rob Holding... 'He has the quality to bring us one step forward': Granit... Manchester City 1-0 Arsenal: Payback for Pep Guardiola as... Share this article Share 1.8k shares Though Guardiola leapt to the defence...
    The actress was sent home minutes after she shared a deeply personal story about gay pride. Anne Heche was reportedly “furious” about how her elimination played out on Dancing with the Stars. An insider told Page Six that after the 51-year-old actress was eliminated from the ABC celebrity ballroom competition alongside pro partner Keo Motsepe, she stormed off the set and refused to do post-show interviews. Heche instead drove herself out of the studio lot following her chaotic elimination reveal. “Anne was not happy — she was furious. She drove off the lot and refused to do any press,” the source told the outlet. Heche’s exit came after host Tyra Banks bungled the names of the bottom two contestants – and also after she shared a deeply personal story about her love affair with talk show star Ellen DeGeneres more than 20 years ago. Ahead of her powerful Paso doble with Motsepe set to Katy Perry’s “Rise,” Heche opened up about her romance with DeGeneres, whom she dated from 1997 to 2000. In an interview package that aired on the...
    Comedian Chris Rock ripped Democrats for letting coronavirus spread in the U.S. because they were too fixated on impeaching President Donald Trump at the time. The Senate acquitted Trump in February. What are the details? In an interview with the New York Times that was published Wednesday, Rock, 55, said that House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) and the Democratic Party were responsible for helping the spread of coronavirus in America because they were too focused on impeaching Trump. Prefacing the remarks, Rock compared the Trump administration to the 1987 film "The Last Emperor." The film revolves around a child ruler. "Did you ever see that movie 'The Last Emperor?'" he asked the interviewer. "Where, like, a 5-year-old is the emperor of China? There's a kid and he's the king. So I'm like, it's all the Democrats' fault." "Because you knew that the emperor was 5 years old," he continued. "And when the emperor's 5 years old, they only lead in theory. There's usually an adult who's, like, 'OK, this is what we're really...
    New Jersey Democratic Rep. Tom Malinowski says a recent political ad from the House Republicans' campaign arm claiming that in a pre-Congress job he lobbied on behalf of sex offenders will fail. The National Republican Congressional Committee ad, which uses b-roll footage of cities and suburbs, has a voice-over saying, “In every city, in every neighborhood, around every corner, sex offenders are living among us. But Tom Malinowski tried to make it easier for predators to hide in the shadows. Malinowski worked as the top lobbyist for a radical group that strongly opposed the national sex offender registry. Law enforcement praised the national sex offender registry that Tom Malinowski led an effort to stop. After two decades in Washington, Tom Malinowski has become dangerously radical.” The NRCC ad dropped Tuesday morning, which the Republican group spent $250,000 to broadcast in New Jersey’s 7th Congressional District, claims Malinowski, while the head of the Washington, D.C., office of Human Rights Watch, opposed a measure in the 2006 crime bill that would have established a national sex offender registry. Malinowski denied he was...
    ANDY MURRAY produced one of his greatest comeback results on a fairy-tale night in New York. The sushi-loving Scot knocked out Japan’s second best player Yoshihito Nishioka on a night of high drama in the Big Apple. 5Andy Murray came from 2-0 sets down to win for the 10th timeCredit: AP:Associated Press Muzza came from two sets down, survived ONE MATCH POINT and ignored a painful toe injury to prevail 4-6 4-6 7-6 7-6 6-4 in the first round of the US Open in more than four-and-a-half hours. It was yet another thrilling five-set classic to add his enormous collection – Murray never does things easy – and showed that even with the burden of a metal hip implant he can still compete against the world’s best. Just when we thought he was checking out of his Covid-19 bubble hotel and booking a flight back to the UK ready for the clay-court season, Murray showed that his never-say-die attitude had not disappeared. The former world No.1 arrived at Flushing Meadows this summer to much fanfare for his first singles match...
    Wakanda forever. Chadwick Boseman cried while discussing the impact the blockbuster “Black Panther” had on two young boys with cancer in a resurfaced 2018 clip that has gone viral after he passed away on Friday. The actor, 43, was diagnosed with colon cancer four years ago, his family said in a statement, though he never spoke about it publicly. CELEBRITIES REACT TO CHADWICK BOSEMAN'S DEATH: 'OUR HEARTS ARE BROKEN' During a 2018 interview with SirusXM to promote the hit Marvel flick, Boseman broke down while discussing his friendship with two young boys battling terminal cancer. The star, who played the titular hero T’Challa, explained how the kids fueled his fire to make the best film possible, in a video that’s been viewed over 350,000 times since it hit Twitter. “There are two little kids, Ian and Taylor, who recently passed from cancer. And throughout our filming, I was communicating with them, knowing that they were both terminal,” he said. “And what they said to me, and their parents [also] said, they're trying to hold on until this movie comes. And...
    CNN anchor John Berman lit into President Donald Trump over his Axios interview, particularly the portion in which Trump dismisses the legacy of civil rights hero Rep. John Lewis because Lewis “didn’t come to my inauguration.” On Tuesday morning’s edition of New Day, Berman discussed the interview with co-anchor Alisyn Camerota and CNN political analyst David Chalian, and began by positing the Axios interview as a reason to question Trump’s faculties. “People need to watch this. They need to watch the whole thing because of the way the president answers questions,” Berman said. “It’s not just the answers he gives, it’s the way he goes about it and the convoluted and sometimes disjointed disoriented way.” He then played a portion of the interview in which Trump is asked about the legacy of the late Georgia congressman, and expresses grievance that Lewis boycotted his inauguration: SWAN: How do you think history will remember John Lewis? TRUMP: I don’t know. I really don’t know. I don’t know. I don’t know John Lewis. He chose not to come to my inauguration. He...
    Khayelitsha, South Africa (CNN)The shack sits just down a narrow dirt alleyway, visible from a main road in Khayelitsha, near Cape Town. This is where the suspected killer is alleged to have hidden the body of his girlfriend, packed in between a corrugated iron siding and a concrete wall, just feet away from where he lived.Prosecutors say he put 36-year-old Sibongiseni Gabada's corpse in a bag and covered it with garbage. Gabada was missing for two weeks before her body was found. Every day people would walk past, until finally the smell of decomposing remains became stronger than the stench of the trash piled on top. "When the people asked what is going on there. He said, 'No, it is rubbish, I am going to throw it away.' That is the kind of person he was -- an animal," says Gabada's grandmother, Mavis Gabada. She gingerly moves forward to stare at the spot, sobbing. "Why was my granddaughter killed like a dog?" she asks. Read MoreSibongiseni Gabada's family raised the alarm after she did not come to visit them for...
    The Supreme Court could hand down politically explosive rulings related to Donald Trump's tax returns when it finishes out its term on Thursday – with decisions that could affect Trump's reelection as well as any potential criminal prosecution. After issuing two rulings on Wednesday, the court announced that its final rulings would come out tomorrow, which means the long-litigated issue of Trump's taxes could get a measure of certainty if the court rules.  Among the major cases left, just three remain, including two cases dealing with Trump's taxes and related issues of balancing executive power and the legislative function, as well as the force of grand jury subpoenas. The Supreme Court is set to release its final cases for the term Thursday One of the cases Trump v. Mazars USA, LLP, involves the accounting firm that three House committees slapped with subpoenas soon after Democrats took control. The court must decide whether the subpoenas fall under the broadly defined powers of Congress to legislate. The other cases are Trump v. Deutsch Bank, AG and Trump v. Vance, named for...
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