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              Judicial interviews with a joint meeting of the House Courts of Justice and Senate Judiciary Committee are normally calm formalities as legislators ask the judicial candidates perfunctory questions. But on Tuesday, a virtual meeting to interview 29 candidates for juvenile and domestic relations court, district court, and circuit court judges turned emotional. Each candidate is first vetted by the senators and delegates from their local jurisdiction before being facing the joint meeting for the interviews, a process that normally gets little public attention. Assistant Bar Council with the Virginia State Bar Kathleen Uston was first on the agenda as a candidate for the 18th Judicial Circuit Court in Alexandria. She faced about ten minutes of in-depth questioning on background and qualifications from Senator Joe Morrissey (D-Richmond.) Morrissey, a former prosecutor, told The Virginia Star that normally, “Most of the process is simple softball...
    GEMMA Collins revealed that her dad gives her a £3,000 a month allowance after she spent £50,000 in just TWO MONTHS when in charge of her own finances. The 40-year-old star made the shock confession on tonight's Piers Morgan's Life Stories, where she astounded the host with her lavish lifestyle. 8Gemma shared details of her finances with Piers Early on in the interview, the self-proclaimed diva admitted that she earned a million through The Only Way Is Essex alone - and that she bagged £75,000 in one day through Instagram posts. But her parents began to worry that the cash would end up being easy come, easy go after picking up on their daughter's expensive taste. Gemma told Piers: "I'm a spender - my dad wrote me up as an absolute disgrace, I'd spent £50,000 in two months up in Knightsbridge. "It was £1,000 a day over the cause of...
    KRISTEN Wiig revealed she's married to Avi Rothman after she accidentally called him her "husband." The 47-year-old actress dropped the bombshell during a recent interview with Howard Stern. 8Kristen Wiig revealed that she's married to Avi RothmanCredit: Rex Features 8She shared the news during a recent interviewCredit: Getty Images - Getty While talking to Howard on Wednesday, Kristen seemingly confirmed she is married to Avi, 48, following speculation that the pair tied the knot. She called Avi her "husband" while discussing her family life amid the coronavirus pandemic. The Saturday Night Live alum said: "In my home, I am very lucky about having these two babies and my husband and they make it all better. "They've changed my life." Back in July 2020, it was reported that the Bridesmaids star and Avi welcomed twins via surrogate earlier in that year.  8Kristen referred to Avi as her 'husband' during a recent interview with Howard...
    Take our mittened hand and let News Brig’s Winter Games package for 2021 guide you through the playground of wintertime games — what’s great, what’s not, and what exciting features await you in the games coming out in February and March. When the description “most difficult video game” comes to mind, many jump to titles like Dark Souls and Cuphead. Before those came Ghosts ’n Goblins, a game from the brilliant mind of Tokura Fujiwara that defines the word “difficult” and lives on as an enjoyable nightmare in the dreams of ’80s kids everywhere. Fujiwara directed many early Capcom titles, such as Sweet Home, the horror classic that inspired the Resident Evil series, as well as the legendary platformer Bionic Commando. But Ghosts ’n Goblins is still recognized as his baby and his first true breakout title. It’s now been over two decades since the release of the...
    Reclusive movie star Shelley Duvall has given a very rare interview where she talks about her iconic role in Stanley Kubrick's The Shining, revealing that she would spend days on set of the film crying.  Duvall, 71, who was last seen during an appearance on Dr. Phil in 2016, spoke to The Hollywood Reporter in Texas Hill Country near to where she resides, and discussed her grueling filming days with Kubrick, who was notorious for being a hard taskmaster, as well as looking back on her Hollywood career.  As she played the wife of Jack Nicholson's character Jack Torrance - who goes insane while inside a snowed-in resort hotel - in 1980's The Shining, Duvall explained that she constantly had to get her mind in a state of panic to get into character for the filmmaker. Sad: Reclusive movie star Shelley Duvall has given a very rare interview where she...
    Getty Ryan Reynolds poses at the "Mississippi Grind" premiere in 2015. Ryan Reynolds is currently one of Hollywood’s most beloved actors with an impressive career spanning almost three decades. Arguably he recently had a resurgence in popularity after starring in the 2016 film Deadpool. On top of being an A-lister, Ryan Reynolds also has a connection to the Karate Kid film franchise.  Reynolds is married Blake Lively, whose half-sister actress Robyn, portrayed the character Jessica Andrews in The Karate Kid Part III. Lively Appears To Have a Close Relationship With Both Blake & Ryan GettySisters Blake and Robyn Lively pose together in 2017. The Teen Witch star appears to have a close relationship with her sister and her brother-in-law.  During a 2016 interview with People magazine, the actress voiced her support for Reynolds and revealed that she had traveled to New York “for the Deadpool premiere.” “We are so proud...
    “Game Of Thrones” actress Esme Bianco detailed her allegedly abusive relationship with musician Marilyn Manson in an interview published Wednesday by The Cut. Bianco and Manson first became friends in 2005, but things turned romantic between the two in 2009 when Bianco was cast in the singer’s music video for his song “I Want to Kill You Like They Do in Movies,” according to The Cut. Game of Thrones actress Esmé Bianco comes forward about her relationship with Marilyn Manson, which left her with physical scars and PTSD https://t.co/q5kL0h3EuF — The Cut (@TheCut) February 11, 2021 Bianco claimed Manson told her at the time that she would “have to pretend to like being manhandled” for the music video in the interview. Bianco now claims she has PTSD from her relationship with the rock singer. (RELATED: REPORT: Marilyn Manson Dropped By Long-Time Manager Following Abuse Allegations) The actress recalled the...
    Getty Images Rachel Lindsay. Rachel Lindsay took to Instagram on Thursday to share a photo of herself meditating. The post comes hours after Bachelor host Chris Harrison posted an apology for the things he said during an interview with Lindsay that aired on ExtraTV a couple of days ago. According to Us Weekly, Lindsay’s post, which included the Serenity Prayer in its caption, may have been her response to Harrison’s interview and/or his subsequent apology. “God grant me the serenity to accept the things I cannot change, Courage to change the things I can, and Wisdom to know the difference,” read the caption. The attached photo showed Lindsay sitting on some pillows in what appeared to be a porch or a balcony. She had her eyes closed as she sat in a zen pose on the floor. Lindsay has not spoken out publicly since her interview with Harrison went...
    CNN’s Wolf Blitzer found it odd that Donald Trump’s lawyer David Schoen gave an interview to Fox News in the middle of the Senate impeachment trial against his client. As Democrats continued to present their evidence of Trump’s incitement of insurrection, Schoen was outside the Senate, slamming Democrats on Fox News for their “entertainment package” of video presentations. During a break in the trial, Blitzer’s CNN colleague John King brought up Schoen’s Fox hit and explained that he’s “preaching to the choir because they’re just trying to keep things as they are” before the impeachment vote. After CNN aired a portion of the Schoen interview, Blitzer turned to Pamela Brown and shared his surprise that Fox News — which has mostly stuck with the trial since it began on Tuesday, but has broken away on occasion to televise opinion programming such as The Five and Fox News Primetime — would...
    As House impeachment managers presented their case on Thursday that President Donald Trump incited an insurrection at the Capitol, Trump defense lawyer David Schoen appeared on Fox News to rail against the trial. During arguments from the Democrats, Fox’s John Roberts and Sandra Smith cut away from the trial in order to speak with Schoen, who was apparently in the Russell Rotunda instead of witnessing the case against his client. As CNN and MSNBC stuck with the ongoing trial against the former president for incitement of insurrection, Roberts kicked off the Schoen interview by asking if it was true the Trump defense team will conclude after one day of arguments instead of two. “We will see how that goes,” Schoen said. “There is no reason for us to be out there a long time. This trial never should have happened, and if it happened, it should be as short as possible...
    Getty Images The Rangers stuck around and got a point on Thursday against the powerful Bruins, but could not prevail in overtime. It’s been a rocky ride for the 4-5-3 Blueshirts, who have now lost two straight. Help is on the way though, at least at The Garden. Fans will be in the building a few weeks cheering on the Rangers. To talk about everything going in Rangers land, we bring you a new episode of the “Up In The Blue Seats” podcast with Ron Duguay and Mollie Walker, featuring chats with Larry Brooks and Chris Kotsopoulos. Up In The Blue Seats Podcast with Ron and Mollie: Rangers lose in OT to the Bruins. Rangers badly missing Filip Chytil. Overall the team looks pretty good. You can be optimistic about direction they are going in. Mika Zibanejad is not doing enough. He needs to step...
    LTheir first exchange was eagerly awaited: US President Joe Biden and his Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping began their relationship with a marathon phone call in which each marked their territory. “Yesterday (Wednesday) evening, I spent two hours on the phone without interruption with Xi Jinping,” said the new tenant of the White House from the Oval Office on Thursday, showing his willingness to be firm against Beijing. “If we do nothing, they will crush us,” he added, at the end of this unusually long exchange between the leaders of the two leading world powers. “Act with caution” Hong Kong, Taiwan, Uyghur Muslim minority: according to the report of the US executive, Joe Biden was much sharper than Donald Trump on the sensitive issues of the moment, expressing his “deep concerns” on the issue of rights humans. And, unsurprisingly, the response from the strongman in Beijing has been firm....
    Listen to the latest episode of The Interview podcast here. This week, former President Donald Trump is on trial in the Senate after his second impeachment by the House of Representatives. He stands accused of inciting an insurrection in which a mob of his supporters ransacked the Capitol Building as part of a violent attack on the election certification. For this week’s episode of The Interview, I spoke to National Review columnist and Fox News contributor Andy McCarthy. A former chief assistant U.S. attorney in the Southern District of New York, McCarthy prosecuted terrorism cases in the 1990s. He is a staunch conservative and has been supportive of the Trump administration. But he believes Trump committed clearly impeachable offenses and, if the evidence bears out, should be convicted by the Senate. McCarthy has an issue with the case being made by Democrats, who chose “incitement to insurrection” as...
    RACHAEL Kirkconnell is reportedly "mad" that The Bachelor host Chris Harrison spoke about her indiscretions in an interview, and is feeling "overwhelmed" as she faces "racist claims." The Bachelor contestant has been on the receiving end of various racial allegations, and reportedly "has no idea how to handle" the backlash. ???? Follow all the latest news and stories on The Bachelor 9Rachael has expressed discomfort over Chris Harrison's interviewCredit: Instagram A source close to Rachael has revealed new details on the situation, following host Chris Harrison's interview with previous Bachelorette Rachel Lindsay and his apology shortly after. The social media scrutiny began when a viral TikTok video exposed old photos of Rachael, 24, attending a controversial Old South fraternity party in 2018. The show frontrunner has been labeled “racist” for donning costumes considered "offensive", culturally insensitive, and appropriating. Chris Harrison stood to defend the contestant, as he spoke about the...
    Madison Summers February 11, 2021 0 Comments Sen. Josh Hawley (R-Mo.) does not believe Democratic lawmakers are taking their oath of office seriously as the Senate’s impeachment trial is underway. “I think what we’re watching is a total kangaroo court,” Hawley declared during a Fox News interview on Thursday. He added, “It is an illegitimate proceeding, it is unconstitutional. If you want to see the proof of that, just look at what happened last night when Sen. Mike Lee (R-Utah) pointed out that the House managers had blatantly misquoted him.” Hawley continued, “He tried to get it stricken from the record, and what ensued was chaos on the Senate floor as Sen. [Patrick] Leahy (D-Vt.) first ordered a vote, stopped the vote in the middle because [Senate Majority Leader] Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.) intervened to ask him, ‘Wait a minute, don’t do the vote.'” The Republican senator called the impeachment trial of former President Donald Trump...
    Bloomberg Uber’s profitability in 2021 will depend on the reopening of cities (Bloomberg) – Timing of Uber Technologies Inc.’s profitability this year will depend on the economic reopening of its major countries, Chief Executive Officer Dara Khosrowshahi said in an interview on Bloomberg TV, noting there was a rebound in sales. number of passengers in markets least affected by the pandemic, such as Taiwan and Australia. “We can’t predict when a particular city will open, but when they do, we not only see Uber coming back, but we also see it coming back more quickly than other modes of transportation,” Khosrowshahi said. Sales are down 16% to US. $ 3.17 billion, below the average of analyst estimates compiled by Bloomberg. Performance in Canada, Latin America and the United States was particularly bad. In its quarterly results released Wednesday, Uber said it is still on track to make an adjusted profit...
    GOOD Morning Britain viewers praised Kate Garraway for her "tough" Matt Hancock interview after revealing she hasn't seen her husband in TWO months. The presenter, 53, explained she had been absent from the morning news show as her own health declined while husband Derek Draper remains in hospital following his coronavirus battle. 10Kate Garraway was praised for her interview on Good Morning BritainCredit: Rex Features However, Kate dived straight in the deep end today as she grilled Health Secretary Matt Hancock alongside Ben Shephard. The line of questioning was close to Kate's heart as her husband deals with the aftermath of his severe infection with coronavirus. She grilled the Health Secretary on his long term plans for long Covid - where people experience health difficulties long after suffering from the virus - asking: "Are you confident that people are accepting that long Covid exists? "Of course...
    Bill Gates at Munich Security Conference on February 17, 2017 in Munich, Germany.Michael Gottschalk | Getty Billionaire philanthropist Bill Gates warned for years that a deadly pandemic could take place. Now he's calling out the ongoing threats of bioterrorism and climate change. Gates appeared on Derek Muller's YouTube channel Veritasium last week, where he was asked about what's the next issue facing humanity. "One is climate change. Every year that would be a death toll even greater than the one we would have in this pandemic," the Microsoft co-founder said. "Also, related to pandemics is something people don't like to talk about much, which is bioterrorism, that somebody who wants to cause damage could engineer a virus. So that means the chance of running into this is more than just the naturally caused epidemics like the current one." Years before the coronavirus battered the globe, Gates warned that governments weren't prepared for...
    HOLLY Willoughby launched into a passionate defence of pop legend Britney Spears while discussing a documentary about her. The This Morning host, who turned 40 yesterday, spoke about the star's "mistreatment" during her relationship with Justin Timberlake. 6Holly Willoughby spoke out about Britney Spears' 'mistreatment' today After watching a clip of US interview Dianne Sawyer grilling Britney in a hard-hitting interview, Holly looked horrified. She said: "It is extraordinary treatment of someone who is so young about something so personal, so publicly there. "And there are calls for her to come forward and apologise for that now. "Not only her though, there’s also Justin Timberlake and she was in a very public relationship with him at the time. 6Britney and Justin arriving at the American Music Awards in 2002Credit: AP:Associated Press 6Phillip and Holly discussed Framing Britney Spears on This Morning today 6The host said: 'People are saying he was...
    CHICAGO (CBS)– If you’re still struggling to land a job, you’re not alone. CBS 2 is Working For Chicago and working with a career coach every week to bring you advice for your job search. RELATED: Youngest CPS Students And Teachers Return To Classrooms Thursday This week our career coach is helping improve your interview skills. “I recommend that you research the company on LinkedIn to learn about some of their initiatives that they’re posting about,” Lynee Alves, president of Interview Like An Expert, said. “Also do a Google search and click the news tab to see what’s in the news about the company and also on LinkedIn you can research the people you’ll research the people you’ll be interviewing with.” RELATED: Chicagos New Indoor Dining Plan Starts Thursday Alves recommends practicing interview questions out loud. Practice speaking in short, 30-second sound bites so you don’t ramble. The interviewer can...
    Dani Rovira attended ‘La Resistencia’ for the first time as a guest on February 10. The actor participated in the space broadcast on Movistar + as a collaborator from 2018 to a year ago: « I’m nervous, it’s the first time I’ve come for free. It gives me the feeling that I’m wasting my time, but I’m freer, » admitted the interpreter . Throughout the interview David Broncano and the presenter of ‘La noche D’ They covered all kinds of topics, including one of the most talked about programs of the season: ‘The Island of Temptations’. Mayka Rivera, David Broncano and Dani Rovira in ‘La Resistencia’ One of the protagonists of the second season of the Mediaset space was in the audience, Mayka Rivera. The guest confessed not knowing what the reality consisted of, but Broncano explained it in his style: « They released her with her boyfriend on an island, with cannibals,...
    The controversy started by the PP this Thursday already has a socialist response. The PSC candidate for the presidency of the Generalitat, former minister Salvador Illa, has rejected the accusations of those who suggest that refused to take a test before participating in the TV3 debate because he is vaccinated against Covid-19: “I have not been vaccinated and all of Spain knows that,” he said. In an interview in Cope, the socialist candidate for the Catalan elections of February 14 explained that He had already been that same morning, last Tuesday, on Catalan television without anyone asking for a PCR test or antigens and that, when he arrived in the afternoon and was asked about it, he decided not to do it because he neither had symptoms nor had he been in contact with a positive. “The protocols agreed and that I have been defending for all Spaniards say that...
    In 2008, the same year that Britney Spears had been placed under a 5150 psychiatric hold after losing custody of her children amid a painful, tabloid-fueled public breakdown, a gaggle of Family Feud contestants took turns guessing at all the things she’d lost. Her hair? Ding! Her husband? Ding! Her sanity? Host John O’Hurley’s voice boomed with classic game show boisterousness as he shouted, “Has she lost her mind?!” Ding! Other answers included “Her Children” and “Weight”—to which O’Hurley replied, “I guess...” More than a decade later, the clip is just one of countless pieces of chilling archival footage included in The New York Times’ explosively popular documentary Framing Britney Spears—which explores the singer’s life and career within the context of the fan-led movement to free her from the conservatorship that has ruled her life for more than a decade. Available on Hulu following its debut on FX, Framing...
    Free from any commitment since his dismissal from OGC Nice in December, Patrick Vieira could soon find a new base. Only two months after his surprise dismissal, the French technician is said to be busy in order to quickly find work. According to information from ., Patrick Vieira will have a videoconference interview with the management of Bournemouth, claiming to join the Premier League, this weekend. Having trained as a coach at Manchester city, the 44-year-old technician wants to return to England. Vieira wants to stay in Europe One of the favorites of the board of the Cherries, the former coach of the Aiglons will have to face a lot of competition. David Wagner and John terry would also be in the sights of the 6th Championship. As a reminder, Patrick Vieira had the opportunity to start a new mission in MLS, a few weeks ago, on the...
    A POLICE officer has told of the moment he first suspected Karen Matthews was involved in her daughter's kidnap - as she gave a bizarre interview to cops. Nine-year-old Shannon Matthews vanished in a kidnap plot hatched by her mum Karen Matthews and Michael Donovan. 10Detective Inspector Chris Walker said he grew suspicious of Karen Matthews following a police interview with the mum 10Shannon Matthews vanished in 2008 sparking a huge searchCredit: PA:Press Association The little girl's disappearance in March 2008 on her way home from a swimming lesson in Dewsbury, West Yorks, sparked a huge £3.2million search. Detective Inspector Chris Walker of West Yorks Homicide and Major Enquiry team said his suspicions were raised when Matthews gave a police interview about her daughter. The mum told cops: “It just feels empty now, the house, without her. It’s not like Shannon. "She’s timid, she’s scared of the dark...
    Courtesy Michael Salzhauer Dr. Miami, Michael Salzhauer Dr. Miami is returning to TV. The famous plastic surgeon, whose real name is Dr. Michael Salzhauer, will return to television on the Discovery+ documentary They Call Me Dr. Miami, set to stream on February 11. Dr. Miami has done it all. After he started putting before and after footage of his surgeries on social media – at the suggestion of his Snapchat-loving daughter, Aleah — he scored his own WEtv reality show, Dr. Miami, in 2017. He has performed surgeries on Teen Mom stars (as well as other celebrities), written a children’s book, and recorded his own song, “Flawless,” with pal Adam Barta. Now, Dr. Miami can add “documentary star” to his list of achievements. In addition to a look at his successful practice, the highly anticipated documentary will also give viewers a look at his personal life as a...
    Gregory Shamus/Getty Images Ben Roethlisberger of the Pittsburgh Steelers talks to offensive coordinator Bruce Arians during the 2011 AFC Championship game against the New York Jets on January 23, 2011. On Sunday Bruce Arians led the Tampa Bay Buccaneers to a 31-9 win over the Kansas City Chiefs in Super Bowl LV. The next day, the 68-year-old head coach did an interview with Sam Farmer of the Los Angeles Times, in which he spoke on a wide range of subjects, including Tom Brady’s future with the franchise and his team’s chances of repeating as Super Bowl champions. But when asked about loyalty to his players, he seemed to go out of his way to take a shot at the Pittsburgh Steelers, for whom he worked as wide receivers coach between 2004-06 and offensive coordinator from 2007-11. “I’ve been accused that that is a fault,” he said....
    Loading the player... In a recent interview on a Sirius XM radio show, Kirk Franklin called out homophobia in the church, saying that it has, “nothing to do with the Bible.” Franklin has been making award-winning music for decades now and is currently making waves in another medium. While promoting his new podcast, Good Words, the Grammy-winning songwriter spoke out against homophobia in the Black church in a recent interview with Clay Cane. Kirk Franklin backstage during the 62nd Annual GRAMMY Awards on January 26, 2020 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Charley Gallay/Getty Images for The Recording Academy) Franklin told the radio host, “What is very important to understand is that the pulpit is not a bullying place, and we have to also understand that no group of people are monolithic. No Black person, all Black people do not think the same, do not process the same....
    David Letterman is being slammed for a 2013 interview with Lindsay Lohan, in which he pestered her for details about her rehab plans and addiction issues while the audience laughed. On September 4, 2013, Lindsay, then 27, visited the Late Show with David Letterman to promote Scary Movie 5 — but within minutes of sitting down next to the host, Lindsay was peppered with invasive and at times mocking questions about her personal struggles, including a recent stay at a facility that provides treatment for alcohol and drug abuse. While the interview clearly upset Lindsay, now 34, it didn't seem to bother very many viewers at the time — but a clip from the show has recently resurfaced on TikTok, where commenters are praising Lindsay for keeping her cool and condemning Letterman for his insensitivity. 
    The mother of a slain U.S. Border Patrol agent spoke with Fox Nation’s Tomi Lahren, warning of the dangers associated with illegal immigration following President Biden’s executive actions. "These politicians seem to have forgotten that we, the people, elected them and they work for us," Marie Vega said in the latest episode of Fox Nation’s "No Interruption with Tomi Lahren."   Vega lost her son Harvey on August 3, 2014, during a fishing trip on his day off. She said an SUV showed up and the people inside started "shooting at us." Vega said her son was shot when he reached for his weapon. "Everybody who knew Harvey took it really hard because this was a good man," Vega told Lahren while speaking in Texas. "Anybody with children knows what it’s like to raise a good individual, a productive individual of the community." VideoSpeaking on "Fox & Friends" on Wednesday morning, Lahren...
    Biden honors Black service members in first visit to Pentagon as commander in chief Pandemic-hit Oscars to be broadcast from multiple locations No, Shaq doesnt deserve credit for Donovan Mitchells incredible play The Utah Jazz are one of the best teams in the NBA right now and part of that is because Donovan Mitchell has been so incredible this season. © Provided by For The Win Associated Press He’s been an elite scorer for Utah, racking up 24 points per game along with 5.1 assists while shooting a career-high 41.9% from deep. He has been excellent all year long. But, if you listen to Shaq, there’s a bit of extra motivation behind it. During Tuesday night’s NBA on TNT broadcast where Mitchell’s Jazz played the Boston Celtics and the Jazz guard dominated, Shaq made sure to point out that Mitchell has been playing extremely well since their awkward interview...
    Kanye West's media appearances are rare, so thousands of people joined a Clubhouse room they thought he was in. Karwai Tang/Getty Images, Clubhouse Clubhouse is a buzzy, invite-only audio app where users join rooms and listen to speakers. On Wednesday, a room that appeared to feature Kanye West drew thousands of listeners. But the West "interview" was actually a recording of Zane Lowe's 2019 podcast with him. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. A rare Kanye West interview broadcast on the buzzy new audio app Clubhouse drew thousands of listeners on Wednesday morning. There was only one problem — while it sounded like West was being interviewed live, the room was actually just playing a recording of his 2019 podcast with Apple Music's Zane Lowe.  Clubhouse is an emerging Silicon Valley favorite, with an invite-only userbase and appearances from tech titans like Elon Musk and Mark Zuckerberg....
    Vicente Fernandez He has given a lot to talk about in recent weeks, after several videos were leaked in which he appears touching the bosom of several fans without their consent while taking photos with him. Despite the fact that he came out in a failed interview with Mara Patricia Castañeda and denied having sexually harassed these women, once again his name is again involved in a case of gender violence. Singer Lupita castro A few days ago, she revealed that Alejandro Fernández’s father had harassed her « and something more serious. » However, she recently broke the silence and assured that she was the victim of rape by the singer of These Jealousy when she was 17 years old. We tell you what the famous woman said. In an interview with Chisme en Vivo, Lupita Castro gave more details of what she experienced at the hands of Vicente Fernández. This...
    (CNN)You've just finished your tennis match and the Melbourne sun has taken its toll. You're physically and mentally drained, sweat pouring down your face and you're gasping for breath. A perfect time to speak live to a global audience of millions, then. Not to mention an added complication at this year's Australian Open -- Covid-19 restrictions require the interviewer to stand two meters away from the player.No wonder the courtside, post-match interview can make for some awkward conversations.It's not easy for interviewers either with their TV presenting technique and manner under global scrutiny. Or worse still the prospect of becoming a meme.Interviewers understand they have just matter of minutes to lob a few questions at a player, who probably can't wait to get back to the locker room.Read MoreThose unique dynamics all came together perfectly on Wednesday after Taiwan's Hsieh Su-wei had just caused an upset by beating 2019 US...
    Getty The cast of "Cobra Kai" poses together at The Paley Center for Media. As Cobra Kai fans are aware, the characters Miguel Diaz (Xolo Maridueña) and Kyler (Joe Seo) do not get along. At the beginning of the series, Kyler constantly bullied Miguel, until he physically stood up for himself using karate. As of the Season 3 finale, the characters are training at rivaling dojos. While Miguel and Kyler may never see eye to eye, the actors who portray them seem to be quite close. Xolo Maridueña Revealed That Joe Seo & Jacob Bertrand Are His Roommates View this post on Instagram A post shared by Joeseo (@joejoeseo) In a recent interview with Page Six, Xolo Maridueña revealed Joe Seo and Jacob Bertrand, who plays Hawk, are his roommates during the show’s production. The actor stated that he gets treated differently than his co-stars, whose...
    The job interview is crucial to getting a job. The company representative uses the questionnaire, the questions, to get to know the interviewed candidate, from whom he / she captures the verbal and body languages ​​and thus can detect their skills. When looking for work, you try to present your best image, then you refine your resume and strive to make a good impression in the interview. Of course, you prepare yourself to have a good result in that conversation with the representative of the company, but they may ask you questions that may take you by surprise, one of those questions may be: What are your strengths and weaknesses? Try to answer it authentically. Proficiency in English is highly valued on your resume. If your level of knowledge of that language is low or medium, you can express your desire to study and master it. Photo: Pixabay. ...
    IF being a dancer on Strictly doesn’t work out for Dianne Buswell, she could always take up synchronised swimming judging by this pool shot. The BBC1 star is on the cover of Superdrug’s DARE Fit And Healthy Magazine, out today, and used her interview to call for more action against social media trolls. 6Dianne Buswell could always take up synchronised swimming if being a dancer on Strictly doesn’t work outCredit: DARE MAGAZINE 6Dianne is on the cover of Superdrug’s DARE Fit And Healthy Magazine and used her interview to call for more action against social media trollsCredit: DARE MAGAZINE It comes after she revealed some of the cruel taunts she receives online. Australian-born Dianne explained: “When I came here, I didn’t realise how big Strictly was and how much you’re literally judged for absolutely everything.” She said of social media bullying: “I think more needs to be done about it.”...
    Anel Noreña lost the lawsuit that he filed a few months ago against the writer Paty Romani for moral damages, allegedly because he doubted that José José was the father of her son José Joel. “The lawsuit did not proceed, this is what my lawyers informed me, and they inform me that there is no procedure because it is something I never said, so the probationary attitude was difficult, although I talk to you about it without being a lawyer,” said Romani in an interview for the Hoy program. Later, the writer ruled out proceeding legally against the former model, as she prefers to focus on her investigations and tributes for “The Prince of the Song”, which is why she now promotes the launch of the book based on the singer’s life, where she also attaches a disc with the interview with the interpreter, with which the...
    Diane Sawyer’s 2003 ABC interview with Britney Spears has resurfaced after the release of The New York Times’ documentary “Framing Britney Spears.” The documentary was released Friday and contained snippets of Sawyer’s interview with Spears. Watch the full interview: Huffington Post blogger Bryan Behar pointed out Sawyer’s line of questioning in the interview Tuesday on Twitter. “Diane Sawyer asked Britney Spears what she did to cause Justin pain, then told her the Governor of Maryland’s wife wanted to shoot her, implying it’s Britney’s fault because she’s a bad role model to kids,” Behar tweeted. “I don’t care how long has passed-Diane Sawyer should be ashamed of herself.” Diane Sawyer asked Britney Spears what she did to cause Justin pain, then told her the Governor of Maryland’s wife wanted to shoot her, implying it’s Britney’s fault because she’s a bad role model to kids. I don’t care how long has...
    What $1,000 Invested in Stocks 10 Years Ago Would Be Worth Today Cadillac CT4-V and CT5-V Blackwings Offer Crazy-Expensive Options This Stock Could Be Like Buying Amazon In 1997 Ad The Motley Fool Full screen 1/6 SLIDES © Provided by Best Life This Diane Sawyer Interview With Britney Spears Has People Outraged Ever since the new documentary Framing Britney Spears dropped on Feb. 5, it's been all Hollywood and Britney Spears fans can talk about. The New York Times doc highlights a host of personal and societal factors that contributed to Spears' fall from her throne as the Princess of Pop, but it also specifically points to people who were players in her downfall, from the paparazzi who photographed her shaving her head to Justin Timberlake, who's received the bulk of fans' ire. But...
    LATE Motown icon Mary Wilson failed to make peace with Diana Ross for a Supremes reunion - she admitted in one of her last interviews. Wilson, who died on Monday age 76, and Ross failed to overcome their long term issues to reunite for the group's 60th anniversary. 9Wilson spoke about her relationship with Diana Ross in one of her last ever interviewsCredit: JDMC Wilson said in one of her last on camera interviews that she was on board for a reunion, but pointed the finger at Ross for not wanting a comeback. Speaking exclusively to The Sun she said she was "hopeful" to talk around her former school friend Ross to reunite, to allow fans a farewell. "My love is of the fans but whatever would make them happy would be fine with me," she said. "But that is business. And people have to live their lives and everyone...
    Bette Midler and Diane Sawyer have been called out over their past comments and treatment of Britney Spears amid the controversial new Hulu documentary that details the troubled pop star's life and conservatorship battle.  Journalist Yashar Ali took to Twitter on Tuesday, suggesting that Sawyer, 75, owes Spears, 39, an apology for her infamous 2003 interview that was filmed when the star was just 21 years old.  Meanwhile, Ali also resurfaced an old clip of Midler 'slut-shaming' Spears, despite having recently getting behind the singer by tweeting '#FreeBritney' to join in other celebrities who are supporting the artist.  Scroll down for video  Courting controversy: Bette Midler and Diane Sawyer have been called out over their past comments and treatment of Britney Spears amid the controversial new Hulu documentary that details the troubled pop star's life and conservatorship battle Tough times: Spears seen during the infamous 2003 interview with Sawyer...
    When Neil Taylor watches his son play under-8s matches, the participation challenges become immediately apparent for English football. “Around Birmingham, I still don’t see enough Asians playing in other youth teams,” Taylor tells The Associated Press. “The higher numbers you have, the more chance you’ve obviously got of creating elite players.” Taylor knows that all too well. The Aston Villa defender is one of only 15 British players of Asian heritage in English football’s four professional leagues. And the Wales international, whose mother was born in India’s West Bengal state, is working to grow the numbers of British Asians making it, like him, into the Premier League by mentoring the next generation. It means making himself available for calls with aspiring players and guiding their parents as part of a Professional Footballers’ Association mentoring scheme. “It’s about helping them and talking through the process and what they might come across...
    Priyanka Chopra says that a movie producer told her she “should leave” his film set if she wasn’t willing to be paid less than her male co-stars. In an upcoming interview with the podcast “Skimm’d from The Couch,” the “Quantico” star says the exec told her she could “take the paycheck which was nominal compared” to those of the men in the cast — or take a hike. The 38-year-old claims producers told her, “There’s so many other girls who will take this opportunity. And, you know, women in movies are interchangeable.” She decided to stay on the shoot. “I didn’t do anything about it,” she says. “I had to work within the system because that’s what we’re told, that, ‘You know, if you want this job … this is the only way.’” “It took almost 15 years for me to get to that place where, you know,...
    More On: priyanka chopra Priyanka Chopra and dog Diana match in ‘White Tiger’ looks Priyanka Chopra almost had a major wardrobe malfunction at Cannes 2019 Priyanka Chopra: I experienced racist bullying growing up Priyanka Chopra before and after hitting it big: Photos of her evolution Priyanka Chopra says that a movie producer told her she “should leave” his film set if she wasn’t willing to be paid less than her male co-stars. In an upcoming interview with the podcast “Skimm’d from The Couch,” the “Quantico” star says the exec told her she could “take the paycheck which was nominal compared” to those of the men in the cast — or take a hike. The 38-year-old claims producers told her, “There’s so many other girls who will take this opportunity. And, you know, women in movies are interchangeable.” She decided to stay on the shoot. “I didn’t do anything...
    Suspect in custody after shooting at Minnesota health clinic Will holograms be the next innovation in the post-pandemic workplace? Fans are calling for Diane Sawyer to apologize to Britney Spears after a disgusting 2003 interview was included in a new documentary © Provided by INSIDER Britney Spears' fans are upset with Diane Sawyer after watching her 2003 interview with the singer. Isaac Brekken/Getty Images; Ida Mae Astute/Getty Images The New York Times documentary "Framing Britney Spears" premiered on Friday.  The documentary resurfaces Diane Sawyer's 2003 "Primetime Thursday" interview with the pop star.  Fans called the journalist's questions "disgusting" and demanded that she apologize to Spears.  Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Britney Spears' fans are criticizing Diane Sawyer after watching her November 2003 interview with the pop star in "Framing Britney Spears," a documentary The New York Times released on Friday.  The episode, available to watch on...
    Diane Sawyer is being called a “misogynist” after her 2003 interview with Britney Spears resurfaced in the New York Times documentary, “Framing Britney Spears.” “I think it’s time to have a conversation about Diane Sawyer being one of the media’s greatest tools of misogyny in the aughts,” one person tweeted. “Her interviews w #BritneySpears #WhitneyHouston are truly some of the most vile from an era particularly vile to women in the limelight.” Another wrote, “Every Britney interviewer from the old clips in #FramingBritneySpears that is still alive, owes Britney a public apology. You can go first @DianeSawyer.” In the resurfaced “Primetime” interview , Sawyer was seen showing Spears, who was 22 years old at the time, a clip of Kendel Ehrlich, wife of then-Maryland Gov. Robert Erlich, saying she would “shoot” the pop star because she believed her to not be a good role model. Britney Spears was interviewed by...
    New York : Liliana Mendiola Mayanes, known as Lyn may, remembered as one of the great figures of the fictional film era in Mexico, was present in the program ‘The minute that changed my destiny’, hosted by the journalist Mexican Gustavo Adolfo Infant where he made a shocking and disturbing confession. She said that after the death of her second husband, Antonio Chi-Xuo, in 2008, and with whom he shared 25 years of his life, decided to dig up the corpse to continue sleeping next to it. “Yes I dug it up, I always had it there in my bed. I did not want to let him go. ”, The star told Infante. She even assured that the decision to unearth her husband caused her to have many problems with her mother: “At night she told me ‘daughter, let him rest, let him go’, I said ‘no,...
    CONOR McGREGOR took a fresh swipe at Nate Diaz as he laughed at his rival's 'cool race car chair' and joked 'we got a bad ass'. Diaz spoke to ESPN to discuss his fighting future, and did so while sitting on what appeared to be a reclining game chair. 4Nate Diaz discussing his fighting futureCredit: Instagram @arielhelwani 4Conor McGregor took a fresh swipe at Nate DiazCredit: Getty Images - Getty It caught the attention of McGregor, who posted several laughing emojis on reporter Ariel Helwani's Instagram post. He commented: "Look out we got a bad ass in a race car chair over here. "Cool race car chair bro. "Vroom vroom beep beep hahahahahajw." 4NINTCHDBPICT000635322102Credit: Instagram @arielhelwani It came after Diaz, 35, blasted the Irishman's performance against Dustin Poirier, 32, in January, which resulted in a second round knockout. The veteran American became the first...
    Britney Spears' fans are upset with Diane Sawyer after watching her 2003 interview with the singer. Isaac Brekken/Getty Images; Ida Mae Astute/Getty Images The New York Times documentary "Framing Britney Spears" premiered on Friday.  The documentary resurfaces Diane Sawyer's 2003 "Primetime Thursday" interview with the pop star.  Fans called the journalist's questions "disgusting" and demanded that she apologize to Spears.  Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Britney Spears' fans are criticizing Diane Sawyer after watching her November 2003 interview with the pop star in "Framing Britney Spears," a documentary The New York Times released on Friday.  The episode, available to watch on FX and Hulu, demonstrates examples of sexism directed at the singer throughout her life, following Spears from her days on "The Mickey Mouse Club" to her ongoing court-sanctioned conservatorship.  The documentary also included a portion of Spears' interview with Sawyer on ABC's "Primetime Thursday," which stood...
    THE MANDALORIAN star Pedro Pascal's sister Lux came out as a transgender woman months after starting hormone treatment. The actor rose to fame for his role in Games of Thrones as Oberyn Martell. 1Pedro Pascal's sister has come out as trans Pedro, 45, introduced his sister to the world after she revealed she was trans in an interview with the Chilean magazine, Ya Magazine. Along with her stunning cover, he wrote in his native Spanish: "Mi hermana, mi corazón, nuestra Lux," which translates to "my sister, my heart, our Lux." In her interview, Lux explained that she began her transition in July by receiving hormone treatment. She told the magazine in her native Spanish: "My transition has been something that's very natural for everyone in my family. "It's almost something that they expected to happen." Lux further thanked her brother Pedro and said he "has been an...
    The victim of a Pakistani rape gang in Walsall, England, gave police the identities of 18 abusers in 2013 but no-one was ever charged and officers lost 30 hours of her interview tapes, prior to reopening the investigation in 2019. “Hannah”, whose name has been changed to protect her identity, is from a Pakistani heritage Muslim family. Her cousins began to abuse her after they took a recording of her smoking a cigarette and blackmailed her, aged ten, into performing sexual activities or else they would tell her strict Muslim parents. These were also recorded, leading to a cycle of blackmail and abuse over a period of seven years, broken only when she fled her family entirely as a result of her father attempting to subject her to a forced marriage, BirminghamLive reports. The newspaper notes police are now being accused of failing Hannah after losing 30 hours of interview tapes...
    The ex girlfriend of NFL lineman Chad Wheeler has described the moment she says he stood over her sipping a smoothie and said 'wow, you're alive' after choking her unconscious. Alleah Taylor told CBS the footballer - arrested January 23 over the alleged incident at their home in Kent, Washington - then ate his dinner, telling his dad 'nothing was going on' while she hid in the bathroom covered in blood.  Wheeler has pleaded not guilty after being charged with first-degree domestic violence assault and has since been cut by the Seattle Seahawks.  Taylor said: 'I had touched my face and I looked down and there was blood on my hand and I remember getting up and running to the bathroom. 'Chad was standing by the bed, by the doorway and he was sipping his smoothie and was like "wow you’re still alive?" 'I was able to run to the bathroom, he went back...
    Conor McGregor roasts Nate Diaz and his ‘race car chair’ during ESPN interview. Nate Diaz hasn’t been inside of an Octagon since his loss to Jorge Masvidal at UFC 244 in 2019 and many fans have wondered if he’d return to the UFC at all. Now, in a recent interview with ESPN’s Ariel Helwani, he’s answered some of the questions we’ve been searching for. “That’s the guy right there,” Diaz said of Charles Oliveira. “I’ll fight that guy. I like the winners. … I’m trying to fight the guys who are winning.” You can watch the full Diaz interview here. Next: 10 of Conor McGregor’s biggest fashion moments (Photos) Follow along with FanSided MMA for all your live results and highlights.
    Former Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said Tuesday that he still believes the novel coronavirus originated in a Chinese lab despite the World Health Organization (WHO) saying that theory is unlikely. Pompeo appeared on Fox News’ “America’s Newsroom” and watched as host Bill Hemmer played clips from a May 2020 interview, where he stated that “there is a significant amount of evidence” that the virus came from a lab in the Wuhan province of China. (RELATED: Chinese Ambassador Calls For WHO Investigation Into US Over Coronavirus Origins) “How do we look at that now, sir?” asked Hemmer after playing the clips. “Well Bill, I’ve seen that headline and I must say the reason we left the World Health Organization was because we came to believe that it was corrupt. It had been politicized. It was bending a knee to General Secretary Xi Jinping in China,” Pompeo responded. “I...
    Diane Sawyer is facing backlash for a 2003 interview she did with Britney Spears after it was featured in a documentary about the pop star.  The "Toxic" singer is the subject of an unauthorized documentary titled "The New York Times Presents: Framing Britney Spears" that delves into the media’s handling of her during her early days of fame as well as her ongoing conservatorship battle with her father.  In one portion of the documentary, footage from Sawyer’s "ABC Primetime Thursday" interview is used. At the time, it was billed as a "no holds barred" look into the singer’s personal life amid her very public split from fellow pop star Justin Timberlake.  People in the documentary note how the media painted Spears as the heartbreaker in the narrative of their celebrity breakup and used Sawyer’s interview to demonstrate that point.  BRITNEY SPEARS' BOYFRIEND SAM ASGHARI SAYS HE'S LOOKING FORWARD TO A 'NORMAL'...
    ABBEY Clancy's interview on Good Morning Britain today was gate-crashed by her husband Peter Crouch. The 40-year-old footballer steamed into shot after accusing his stunning wife, 35, of telling "lies" about him. 5Peter Crouch steamed into shot after Abbey Clancy said he was lazy Abbey had insisted she was running everything during lockdown - suggesting Peter wasn't doing much at all. She opened up to hosts Piers Morgan and Susanna Reid about homeschooling at their Surrey mansion,. The model explained: "I’ve got a system in place, I’m doing everything. "You know the old saying 'if you want something doing, do it yourself.' I’m doing everything in the house. 5The model was talking about how she 'gets stuff done' at home-school 5She explained to the hosts that Peter was calling her a liar from off screen 5The former football hero took over in the dying moments of GMB today "Pete...
    DUBAI (Reuters) - Iran’s intelligence minister said persistent Western pressure could push Tehran to fight back like a "cornered cat" and seek nuclear weapons, which the Islamic Republic has for years insisted it has no intention of ever developing. The remarks made in a television interview are a rare suggestion that Iran might have an interest in nuclear weapons, which Western nations have accused Iran of pursuing. Iranian officials have repeatedly dismissed this charge, citing a fatwa or religious decree issued in the early 2000s by the Islamic Republic's top authority, Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, that bans the development or use of nuclear arms. The United States and the other Western powers which originally signed up to a 2015 nuclear deal with Iran appear to be at an impasse over which side should return to the accord first, making it unlikely U.S. sanctions that have crippled its economy can...
    KATY PERRY gave fans a peek behind the glamour when she ripped off her black wig to reveal her real hair underneath. The singer - who gave birth to a daughter in August - displayed her short blonde locks beneath the glossy black waves she rocked for an appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live. 10Katy Perry rocked a long black wig for her Jimmy Kimmel interviewCredit: Instagram 10She revealed her short blonde hair slicked back beneath the wigCredit: Instagram Katy stunning in her long black wig, which she teamed with a printed high-collar gown with a thigh split and black heels. "Mama has the night off so you get inches and @americanidol on @jimmykimmellive tonight ok," she said alongside several snaps and videos of her glam look. The 36-year-old shared the reality on her Instagram Stories however, posting a clip of her bright blonde hair slicked back...
    At the club since 2019, Alvaro Gonzalez feels very comfortable at OM and could end his career in France. Arrived in 2019 in the form of a loan with compulsory purchase option at theOlympic Marseille, Alvaro Gonzalez has established itself as a part of the Marseille locker room. After a timid start, the Spanish defender has earned his place as indisputable holder. This season, he was one of the few players to be praised by supporters for his fighting spirit. This week, Alvaro gave an interview to the Spanish media AS where he spoke about the rest of his career. The former Villarreal said he was open to an extended stay in Marseille: “The truth is that I feel very comfortable here in Marseille, I identified a lot with the club and with the people who, in general like me a lot, so I wouldn’t mind staying...
    Model Emily Ratajkowski took aim at a Vanity Fair writer on Monday over an old interview with Jessica Simpson which joked about her being 'too fat'.  Ratajkowski demanded that writer Rich Cohen 'explain himself' over the 2009 article in which he wrote that Simpson's weight was 'all I could think of' and seemed to compare her unfavorably with Britney Spears and Christina Aguilera.  It comes amid a separate furore over a resurfaced 2003 interview in which Spears was grilled by Diane Sawyer about her personal life.  'Joke's on him now - Jessica Simpson IS a great actress and she's worth more now than all the women he makes a point of comparing her to in this piece,' Ratajkowski said on Twitter.    Outraged: Model Emily Ratajkowski, pictured, took aim at a Vanity Fair writer on Monday over an old interview with Jessica Simpson which joked about her being 'too fat' ...
    Nothing, the new venture from ex-OnePlus co-founder Carl Pei, plans to release a pair of wireless earbuds this summer, with other products following later in the year, Bloomberg reports. In an interview, Pei said Nothing plans to eventually produce an ecosystem of devices that can connect to one another. The product details were revealed with the announcement that Nothing has completed a new $15 million funding round led by Alphabet’s venture capital unit, GV (formerly Google Ventures). Manufacturing wireless headphones would bring Nothing into competition with some of the world’s biggest tech companies including Apple, Samsung, and Sony. Notably, Nothing would also be competing with Pei’s old company, OnePlus, which released its first pair of true wireless earbuds last year. Pei left OnePlus in late 2020. Carl Pei formally announced Nothing late last month. Describing itself as a “London based consumer technology company,” Nothing has already attracted investment from...
    By JOSEPH WILSON, Associated Press BARCELONA, Spain (AP) — As the head of Spain’s response to the coronavirus pandemic, Salvador Illa transformed from a mostly unknown, bespectacled civil servant into a household figure who won both accolades and criticism for his level-headed, soft-spoken approach. The former Spanish health minister now hopes to become a political disrupter in the country’s Catalonia region when voters there go to the polls this weekend. Illa will lead the ticket of the Socialist Party of Prime Minister Pedro Sánchez for the Feb. 14 regional election in a bid to bring some calm to Catalonia, which for the past decade has been run by politicians committed to breaking the region away from the rest of Spain. Polls show that Illa, 54, has helped boost the Socialist Party’s popularity, and rivals are targeting him as the man to beat for the job of Catalonia's president. Illa is...
    BARCELONA, Spain (AP) — As the head of Spain’s response to the coronavirus pandemic, Salvador Illa transformed from a mostly unknown, bespectacled civil servant into a household figure who won both accolades and criticism for his level-headed, soft-spoken approach. The former Spanish health minister now hopes to become a political disrupter in the country’s Catalonia region when voters there go to the polls this weekend. Illa will lead the ticket of the Socialist Party of Prime Minister Pedro Sánchez for the Feb. 14 regional election in a bid to bring some calm to Catalonia, which for the past decade has been run by politicians committed to breaking the region away from the rest of Spain. Polls show that Illa, 54, has helped boost the Socialist Party’s popularity, and rivals are targeting him as the man to beat for the job of Catalonia’s president. Illa is convinced that...
    By: KDKA-TV News Staff PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — The Penguins search for a new general manager may be inching closer towards an ending. RELATED: Pittsburgh Steelers Hire QBs Coach, Assistant Offensive Line Coach And Quality Control Coach According to a new report, former Philadelphia Flyers general manager Ron Hextall has had a second interview with the Penguins. Ron Hextall had second interview in PIT. We will see where this week takes us. RELATED: Vote For Your Favorite Super Bowl LV Commercial — Elliotte Friedman (@FriedgeHNIC) February 9, 2021 MORE: Long List Of Players, Coaches, Staff Members With Pittsburgh Ties Become Super Bowl Champions With Tampa Bay Buccaneers It’s been nearly two weeks since Jim Rutherford resigned as Penguins general manager.
    Rob Gronkowski had his priorities in order when he interrupted Buccaneers teammate Mike Evans with a simple message: It’s time to turn up. When you win a Super Bowl, celebrating is a given. When you win a Super Bowl with Rob Gronkowski as a teammate, celebrating means “turning up.” While Buccaneers wide receiver Mike Evans was giving a post-game interview to NFL Network, Gronkowski crashed the party. "Yo hes gotta turn up!" @RobGronkowski trying to get @Mikeevans13_ out of his interview ???? pic.twitter.com/8IIxZZlgTm — NFL Network (@nflnetwork) February 8, 2021 Though he stayed out of the frame the entire time, Gronk’s voice was clearly heard urging Evans to hurry up and get to the party.Rob Gronkowski will be known for winning Super Bowls and partyingYou’ve got to hand it to Gronk; his thirst for life is unmatched. The tight end has managed to pair an incredible amount of...
    As mainstream media digs into the deeply concerning QAnon conspiracy theory—including coverage of the reality that we now have a QAnon congresswoman—we’re also seeing more people who formerly identified with the movement come forward. In an interview with CNN, Melissa Rein Lively described how she fell into the conspiracy tunnel, and why she wants to help people experiencing the same thing now. “I really became all consumed in the QAnon conspiracy theories because of a mix of fear, anxiety, depression,” she told host Alisyn Camerota on Monday. “You know, uncertainty. Inconsistency about information coming out about the pandemic.” She talked about feeling terrified seeing people around her lose their businesses. So what did she do? She went online. And that’s when, according to Lively, the algorithm took hold and brought her into an “echo chamber.” Lively says she began looking at a number of wellness, spirituality, and New Age pages, and within a “matter of...
    BRITNEY Spears fan ripped into Diane Sawyer for her 2003 interview that left the singer in tears after it resurfaced in a new documentary. People have been left stunned as they take a stroll down memory lane in the entertainer's chaotic life thanks to the doc Framing Britney Spears. 11Britney Spears fans have been left fueling thanks to her new documentaryCredit: Getty Images While many moments from the documentary have left viewers shocked and angry, it's a look back at the now infamous Primetime interview that has truly ruffled their feathers. At the time, the one-on-one chat touched on many different aspects of Britney's life and career, including her failed relationship with Justin Timberlake. Diane said: "[Justin] has gone on television, and pretty much said you broke his heart. You did something that caused him so much pain, so much suffering...what did you do?" The interview, which also includes the...
    Dr. Anthony Fauci said Monday he was not certain when he would support ending requirements for Americans to wear face coverings, but said it was “conceivable” that he might support rolling back some “public health measures” by late fall. “Is there going to be a time when we are going to have no masks?” Fox News’ Bret Baier asked Fauci in an evening interview. “When is that time? If you had to guess — going to a sports game, going to a theater, going to a concert without a mask?” The National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases chief replied, “That will really be dependent upon how we get the level of the virus in the community down. If we can get — and I have used this as an estimate, it is not definitive — if we can get 70 to 85 percent of the population vaccinated, and get to what...
    Sony Playstation 5 : New chapter in the rumored soap opera Silent Hill reboot which began when the composer of Akira Yamaoka claimed to be working on an expected project that be announced in summer. Behind the disappearance of the interview video, which was withdrawn at the request of third parties, according to the YouTube channel that published it, now Konami says it had nothing to do with that decision. Al Hub, a specialized medium that published the interview with Yamaoka on YouTube and later withdrew it, explained in a statement that “they had asked” to remove the video. All eyes were on Konami, one of the main suspects of having made that request for being the party most affected by this possible leak. In VGC they have spoken directly with the Japanese company and have received a response from a spokesperson who denies the major. Statement: We thank...
    Telemundo Brenda Castro in action during her passage through the 5th season of Exatlon USA. The fiercest competition on the planet, Exatlón United States, made a big comeback to Telemundo with a new season that premiered on Tuesday, January 26. With more drama, euphoria, agony and excitement, 24 athletes arrive willing to give their all in a tough showdown to win more than a million dollars in prizes. This season, the Famous Team (Red Team) and the Contending Team (Blue Team) are made up of a combination of new entrants coming in search of glory alongside some contestants returning for a second chance at the title. The intense family reality show will feature surprising circuits that will put the physical and mental abilities of the participants to the test in the greatest challenge of their lives. In this fifth edition, Frederik Oldenburg...
    Editorial: Gaming / Facebook / Twitter / YouTube / Instagram / News / Discord / Forums Silent Hill has given a lot to talk about in recent months, although unfortunately unofficially, as multiple clues indicate that a new project for the franchise is in development. To reinforce these rumors, there was recently an interview in which a possible new installment of the series was referenced, but it was mysteriously removed from the internet, which only increased speculation around it. Many believe that Konami was responsible for this, but the company has just denied it. Akira Yamaoka, recognized for his work on many Silent Hill games, recently participated in an interview on the YouTube channel Al Hub in which he hinted at the announcement of a new project he was involved in. The creative usually participates in several projects, but he drew wide attention by mentioning that he is the one...
    The White House is clarifying its position on Iran after President Joe Biden gave an interview in which he indicated that the United States would not lift sanctions until Tehran stops enriching uranium. “Just to be very clear, the president never said that exactly,” White House press secretary Jen Psaki told reporters on Monday. Biden, in a television interview aired Sunday, nodded in agreement when CBS anchor Norah O’Donnell asked about lifting sanctions and whether Iran must first halt enrichment of uranium at a higher level than allowed under the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Agreement (JCPOA) from which the United States withdrew under the Donald Trump administration. “I think if we were announcing a major policy change, we would do it in a different way than a slight head nod,” Psaki said during Monday’s White House press briefing when asked about the president’s position. “Overall, his position has remained exactly what it has been, which is that if Iran comes into full compliance with its obligations under the...
    Savannah Rychcik February 8, 2021 0 Comments U.S. Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg is sitting down to talk about the future of travel and how flying has changed as the COVID-19 pandemic continues to impact the nation. During an interview on “Axios on HBO,” Buttigieg was asked how the pandemic has permanently changed transportation. “It’s too soon to know for sure, but I think it’s safe to say that our old patterns of life… our 9 to 5, Monday through Friday commuting patterns are not going to be exactly the same,” he said. Buttigieg was then asked how that will change the way his department operates. “We think trains, planes, and automobiles. But what about bikes, scooters — wheelchairs, for that matter?” he explained. Watch his interview below: He continued, “Roads aren’t only for vehicles. We gotta make sure that pedestrians and individuals and bicyclists and businesses...
    The head of the powerful American Federation of Labor and Congress of Industrial Organizations (AFL-CIO) appeared uncomfortable during an interview when asked about President Joe Biden’s executive actions killing union jobs. “I wish he hadn’t done that on the first day,” AFL-CIO President Richard Trumka told Axios when asked about Biden’s executive order revoking the Keystone XL Pipeline’s federal permit. The Laborers International Union of North America said Biden’s Keystone executive order will kill 1,000 current union jobs and 10,000 future jobs, while the American Petroleum Institute said the president’s proposed ban on federal land leasing would kill nearly a million jobs. The head of a powerful federation of labor unions appeared uncomfortable during an interview when asked about President Joe Biden’s executive actions killing union jobs. Richard Trumka, the president of the American Federation of Labor and Congress of Industrial Organizations (AFL-CIO), appeared uncomfortable when asked about...
    Telemundo Brenda Castro is part of Team Famosos on her return to Exatlon. The fiercest competition on the planet, Exatlón United States, made a big comeback to Telemundo with a new season that premiered on Tuesday, January 26. With more drama, euphoria, agony and excitement, 24 athletes arrive willing to give their all in a tough showdown to win more than a million dollars in prizes. This season, the Famous Team (Red Team) and the Contending Team (Blue Team) are made up of a combination of new entrants coming in search of glory alongside some contestants returning for a second chance at the title. The intense family reality show will feature surprising circuits that will put the physical and mental abilities of the participants to the test in the greatest challenge of their lives. In this fifth edition, Frederik Oldenburg...
    Manhattan hotel maid Nafissatou Diallo had no inkling her life was about to unravel when she used her pass key to clean the suite she believed to be unoccupied. But on that the day in May 2011, 'the lights went off' for Diallo as she unwittingly triggered an international scandal of epic proportions after she fled the upscale Sofitel Suite 2806 alleging that she had been sexually assault by its occupant, Dominique Strauss-Kahn, 71. The former head of the International Monetary Fund, Strauss-Kahn, one of the most powerful men in the world, was set to announce his Presidential candidacy in his home country of France. Diallo's allegations and the media storm that followed left his reputation and political ambitions in tatters. And it left Diallo, now 42, shattered by not only the alleged assault but the incomprehensible aftermath. Speaking out for the first time in a decade with DailyMail.com, Diallo...
    How Daytona 500 qualifying works; Bluegreen Vacations Duels procedure Heres Why Everyones Mad at Justin Timberlake Right Now Stock Expert Issues Rare "Home Run Buy" Alert Ad The Motley Fool 17 Ways These $20 Lights Will Upgrade Your Home Ad HomeLife LED Full screen 1/14 SLIDES © fizkes / Shutterstock.com 13 Bizarre Job Interview Questions — and How to Answer Them Just the thought of a job interview can make even the most confident prospective employee nervous. So much is riding on how you answer seemingly random questions asked by people you may never have met before. Will they dig into the technical aspects of the job, making you wish for a calculator and a cheat...
    President Joe Biden denounced the lack of Black head coaches in the NFL during an interview that aired during half time of Super Bowl LV.  After seven head coaching vacancies in the league, only one Black head coach – David Culley of the Houston Texans – was hired during this year's hiring cycle. Even after Culley's hiring, there are only three Black head coaches in the NFL – a point of criticism coming from sportscasters, former players and now, the president.  "You've got to go out and look -- there's innumerous, incredibly qualified African American coaches out there," Mr. Biden told Westwood One. While discussing the significance of representation, he brought up his decision to pick Vice President Kamala Harris, the first ever female, Black and South Asian vice president in U.S. history. "When I picked a Black woman to be vice president, I don't know how many hundreds of...
    On January 31, 2021, the Las Vegas Sun published an radical anti-gun interview given by President Joe Biden on January 11, 2020. The Sun introduced the interview benignly by saying, “As [Biden] begins his term, we felt the interview was worth publishing to give readers a better idea of where Biden will lead the country.” The interview covered a number of topics including nuclear waste, FISA courts, healthcare, and others. The discussion on guns and the Second Amendment was quite revealing. For example, Biden told the Sun he had “dealt with the folks in Silicon Valley” so there is “the capacity now to build any weapon where it can only be fired with your biometric marker.” He discussed a scenario where Americans would pass a background check, then purchase weapons which only the gun owner could pull. He did not mention that biometric readers have been marked by failure; that wet, bloody,...
    There are still months to declare victory against the coronavirus pandemic in the United States. Miami World / eldiariony The president of Joe Biden has ruled out that the country will achieve “herd immunity” against covid-19 before the end of next summer, in part of an interview broadcast this Sunday by the television network CBS News. “The idea that this can be done and that we can achieve herd immunity well before the end of next summer is very difficult,” Biden said in the first televised interview he gave after his inauguration on January 20, whose The first half was broadcast today before the broadcast of the Super Bowl and the second part will be broadcast tomorrow, Monday. Asked whether the country can wait a year to achieve herd immunity – with 75% of Americans vaccinated – if it continues to immunize at the current rate of 1.3 million daily...
    (CNN)Fresh off a surprisingly strong vote of support within the House Republican conference, Wyoming Rep. Liz Cheney sat for an interview with "Fox News Sunday" anchor Chris Wallace in which she made clear that she has no plans of backing off her criticism of former President Donald Trump. It was an utterly remarkable interview, the clearest renunciation of the Trump years (and the legion of supporters he leaves behind) that we've seen come out of the GOP since the 45th president's election loss in November.I went through the transcript and picked out the lines you need to see. They're below. 1. "The oath that I took to the Constitution compelled me to vote for impeachment and it doesn't bend to partisanship, it doesn't bend to political pressure. It's the most important oath that we take."This is Cheney's response to the fact that she was censured by the Wyoming Republican Party...
    Princess Diana would 'bang Prince William and Harry's head's together and 'make them 'sort out their rift in a TV interview, a royal expert has claimed. Robert Jobson, a royal biographer who knew the late Princess' 'well' added that he believes the Prince of Wales is 'upset' by his sons reported feud and that he doesn't know why it has lasted this long. Speaking to Us Weekly, the 56-year-old royal expert said: 'We all fall out with our siblings [now and] again, but to continue into a feud is a little, unlike Harry, actually. The character that I knew, he was quite relaxed, actually. And I think he wouldn't have wanted to continue this. So, I don't understand what the problem is.'  Robert Jobson, a royal biographer who knew the late Princess' 'well' added that he believes the Prince of Wales is 'upset' by his son's reported feud and...
    Health officials concerned after maskless Super Bowl celebrations. Florida reaches 200 variant cases. Latest COVID-19 updates. No jury for Hong Kongs first national security trial: source Rob Gronkowski hilariously crashed a Mike Evans interview to tell the WR it was time to party Rob Gronkowski reached peak Gronk levels during a postgame conversation with Mike Evans after they won Super Bowl LV. © Provided by For The Win With Evans appearing on NFL Network for an interview, Gronk made a cameo off screen. Gronk did just about everything he could to get Evans away from the interview so that the two of them could “turn up.” Gronk even seemed to appeal to the interviewers: “Yo he’s gotta turn up!” “I’m trying to go party,” Evans said. Gronk, in particular, had a lot to celebrate, with six receptions for 67 yards and two touchdowns in the Bucs’ 31-9 win. Evans...
    February 8, 2021 7:50 AM | With information from EFE 15 minutes. The president of the United States (USA), Joe Biden, ruled out that the country will achieve “herd immunity” against COVID-19 before the end of next summer. This was said in an interview broadcast this Sunday by the television network CBS News. “The idea that this can be done and that we can achieve herd immunity long before the end of next summer is very difficult.“, Biden said in the first televised interview he offers after his inauguration on January 20. The first half aired this Sunday before the Super Bowl broadcast, while the second part will come out this Monday. Asked if the country can wait a year to achieve herd immunity (with 75% of Americans vaccinated) if it continues to immunize at the current rate of 1.3 million daily doses, the president blamed the Administration for his...
    US President Joe Biden has ruled out that the country will achieve “herd immunity” from COVID-19 before the end of next summer, in part of an interview broadcast on CBS News television. “The idea that this can be done and that we can achieve herd immunity long before the end of next summer is very difficult,” Biden said in the first televised interview he gave after his inauguration on January 20, whose first half was broadcast before the Super Bowl broadcast. The second part will be this Monday. Asked whether the country can wait a year to achieve herd immunity – with 75% of Americans vaccinated – if it continues to immunize at the current rate of 1.3 million daily doses, Biden blamed the Administration for its predecessor , Donald Trump. “We cannot (wait), that is why one of the disappointments when we came to power was the circumstances related...
    (CNN)President Joe Biden lamented the lack of Black coaches in the NFL during a Super Bowl halftime interview Sunday evening, urging teams to emphasize diversity in their hiring process. "You've got to go out and look -- there's innumerous incredibly qualified African American coaches out there," Biden told Westwood One during an interview that aired during halftime of the Super Bowl.The President went on to reference Vice President Kamala Harris -- the nation's first female, first Black and first South Asian vice president -- as he sought to explain the importance of representation in powerful positions. "I don't know how many, when I picked a Black woman to be vice president, I don't know how many hundreds of thousands of little girls just said, 'I can do that.' ... It matters, it matters," the President said. "And I don't understand why they cannot find, because they exist, so many African...
    Photo: Gene Simmons blames young people for the death of rock / . The bassist of Kiss, Gene Simmons, has continued with his statements that « rock is dead », in a new interview where he blamed young people for the debacle of the genre. Simmons declared that rock was « finally dead » in 2014, when he accused record labels of failing to adequately support artists from rock during an interview for Esquire. You might also be interested in: Gene Simmons declares that « Rock is dead » Last month, Simmons He backed up his statements in a new interview, stating that « rock is dead » because new shows « don’t take the time to create glamor, excitement and epic things. » Later, Simmons blamed the younger ones for the rock debacle, “The blame is the young fans… they killed the thing they loved. Because as soon as the streams came, they abandoned the possibility of...
    The leader on one of the most prominent U.S. labor unions said he regretted President Biden's move to derail the Keystone XL pipeline project on his first day in office in a new interview. "I wish he hadn't done that on the first day," AFL-CIO President Richard Trumka told journalist Jonathan Swan on "Axios on HBO." Labor groups have said Biden’s day-one decision to nix the Keystone pipeline eliminated 1,000 union jobs off the bat and could kill ten times more in construction jobs that were expected to be created by the project. Richard Trumka, president of the American Federation of Labor & Congress of Industrial Organizations (AFL-CIO), speaks during the American Federation of Government Employees (AFGE) Legislative and Grassroots Mobilization Conference in Washington, D.C., U.S., on Monday, Feb. 10, 2020. President Donald Trump released his annual budget Monday, proposing deep cuts to social programs but increases in defense and entitlement spending that...
    China’s ambassador to the United States suggested in a televised interview Sunday that the World Health Organization should investigate whether the coronavirus outbreak began somewhere in America rather than Wuhan. CNN host Fareed Zakaria asked Ambassador Cui Tiankai if the virus had leaked out of a Wuhan lab before becoming a global pandemic. "I think when people make accusations, they have to prove these accusations," Cui replied, telling Zakaria that WHO scientists were currently working in the city to "look at all the facts." WASHINGTON, DC - FEBRUARY 26: David Bernstein (L) president and CEO of the Jewish Council for Public Affairs, delivers an open letter to Chinese Ambassador to the United States Cui Tiankai at the Chinese embassy on February 26, 2020 in Washington, DC. The U.S. Jewish community has voiced its support in an open letter for "their friends in the Chinese American and Chinese communities" against...
    Chloe Zhao’s ‘Nomadland’ Named Best Picture by Toronto Film Critics Association Veolia Goes Hostile in Attempt to Buy French Rival Suez Biden weighs in on Brady vs. Mahomes President Biden said that when was younger, he didn't dream of being president, but of playing for the NFL. "CBS Evening News" anchor and managing editor Norah O'Donnell spoke to Mr. Biden in the first network news interview he has given since his inauguration. © Credit: CBSNews Joe Biden — Norah O'Donnell "I had wild dreams," Mr. Biden said. "It wasn't to be president. I thought I could be a flanker back in the NFL."  Mr. Biden played receiver in high school in Delaware. His coach, E. John Walsh, told The New York Times in 2008 that Mr. Biden was "one of the best pass receivers I had in 16 years as a coach." He also played freshman football at the...
    CBS News’ Norah O’Donnell questioned Joe Biden about the need to ramp up vaccine production and calls to reopen schools in the president’s pre-Super Bowl interview Sunday. With more and more public health officials saying children should be back in schools soon, the Biden administration has faced growing questions about this issue. Just last week, CDC Director Dr. Rochelle Walensky said that schools can safely reopen without needing to vaccinate teachers first. White House press secretary Jen Psaki then tried to say Walensky was speaking in her “personal capacity.” O’Donnell said to Biden, “About 20 million American children have not been in the classroom for nearly a year. There’s a mental health crisis happening.” “There really is,” Biden said. “Women are dropping out of the workforce. Is this a national emergency?” O’Donnell asked. Biden said it is. When O’Donnell asked if it’s “time for schools to reopen,” Biden said, “I...
    Karl Walter/Getty Images for Coachella Singer Abel Tesfaye, aka The Weeknd, performs at Coachella . Canadian superstar The Weeknd will perform at the Super Bowl Halftime show. Here is what you need to know about his parents and family, as well as the people he has close ties with. 1. The Weeknd’s Parents Are No Longer Together Christopher Polk/Getty ImagesThe Weeknd performs onstage during day 2 of the 2015 Coachella Valley Music & Arts Festival. The Sun reports that the Weeknd’s parents, Samra and Makkonen Tesfaye, split shortly after the birth of their son in 1990. E! Online notes that the couple were never married, and were originally from Ethiopia. “I didn’t have a father figure in the house,” The Weeknd told the Guardian about his relationship with his father, adding: “No boys around. Just me and my mom.” In a cover story for V Man,...
    Listen to the latest episode of The Interview podcast here. My guest on this week’s episode of The Interview podcast: Axios reporter Jonathan Swan. Swan and Axios associate editor Zachary Basu just wrapped up a riveting reported series, “Off the rails,” and accompanying podcast, How It Happened, which detailed the final months of President Donald Trump’s presidency, from his thrashing efforts to declare victory on Election Night, the subsequent attempts to undo the results of the election, and the violent insurrection at the Capitol by his supporters that left five people dead. I called up Swan on Friday afternoon, to talk about that series, in particular his reporting on the Oval Office clash between a group of pro-Trump conspiracy theorists and White House lawyers regarding those efforts to subvert the 2020 election. We also discussed how Swan developed sources in the Trump White House, his famous interview with President...
    WASHINGTON (AP) — President Joe Biden says China is in for “extreme competition” from the U.S. under his administration, but that the new relationship he wants to forge need not be one of conflict. In an interview broadcast Sunday, Biden acknowledged that he has yet to speak with Chinese President Xi Jinping since his inauguration Jan. 20, but noted that the two leaders had met many times when both men served their countries as vice president. “I know him pretty well,” Biden said in an excerpt of the interview aired Sunday by CBS' “Face the Nation.” When they do speak, they will have “a whole lot to talk about,” Biden said. Biden appears to be concentrating his initial telephone diplomacy on U.S. allies. He so far has spoken with the leaders of Canada, Mexico, the United Kingdom, France, Germany, Japan, South Korea, Australia and the NATO secretary-general. He also worked...
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    WASHINGTON (AP) — President Joe Biden says China is in for “extreme competition” from the U.S. under his administration, but that the new relationship he wants to forge need not be one of conflict. In an interview broadcast Sunday, Biden acknowledged that he has yet to speak with Chinese President Xi Jinping since his inauguration Jan. 20, but noted that the two leaders had met many times when both men served their countries as vice president. “I know him pretty well,” Biden said in an excerpt of the interview aired Sunday by CBS’ “Face the Nation.” When they do speak, they will have “a whole lot to talk about,” Biden said. Biden appears to be concentrating his initial telephone diplomacy on U.S. allies. He so far has spoken with the leaders of Canada, Mexico, the United Kingdom, France, Germany, Japan, South Korea, Australia and the NATO secretary-general. He also worked...
    WASHINGTON (AP) — President Joe Biden says China is in for “extreme competition” from the U.S. under his administration, but that the new relationship he wants to forge need not be one of conflict. In an interview broadcast Sunday, Biden acknowledged that he has yet to speak with Chinese President Xi Jinping since his inauguration Jan. 20, but noted that the two leaders had met many times when both men served their countries as vice president. “I know him pretty well,” Biden said in an excerpt of the interview aired Sunday by CBS’ “Face the Nation.” When they do speak, they will have “a whole lot to talk about,” Biden said. Biden appears to be concentrating his initial telephone diplomacy on U.S. allies. He so far has spoken with the leaders of Canada, Mexico, the United Kingdom, France, Germany, Japan, South Korea, Australia and the NATO secretary-general. He...