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    SMILING for the camera, Amanda Knox couldn't stop showing off her baby bump throughout her pregnancy - even releasing a podcast about her emotional journey. But since giving birth to her baby daughter, Eureka, earlier this year, the 34-year-old says the joys of motherhood have been overshadowed by vicious trolling over the death of her former friend, Meredith Kercher. 5Amanda Knox has complained how during motherhood she has been vilified by trollsCredit: Instagram @amamaknox 5Amanda married poet husband Christopher Robinson last year In 2009, Amanda was caged for four years after Meredith, a 21-year-old Leeds University student, was found with multiple stab wounds in Perugia, Italy. The American had lived with Kercher in a student flat and was found guilty of her murder alongside Italian boyfriend Raffaele Sollecito, 37, and later drifter Rudy Guede, 34. Both Amanda and Raffaele were acquitted in 2011 - while it was revealed today that Guede has completed his sentence early. Since 2011, Amanda has built a new life in Seattle alongside her husband, poet Christopher Robinson, whom she quietly married in 2018 before controversially...
    FORMER Arsenal golden boy Jack Wilshere admits thoughts of retiring have crossed his mind at the age of 29. Wilshere has been unable to find a new club after leaving Bournemouth last summer and is currently training with the Gunners' first team and Under-23s. 2Jack Wilshere has admitted he thought about early retirement at the age of 29Credit: Getty 2Jack Wilshere has been training with former club Arsenal in his bid to find a new clubCredit: Getty The ex-England international looked set for a glittering career after breaking into the north Londoners' senior squad as a teenager in 2010 but a string of injuries seriously derailed his career. The midfielder is still "100 per cent" adamant he can find a new club but early retirement is something he has thought about, which is why he has already started working on his coaching badges. Wilshere told BBC Sport: "I have to think about it. "That is why I am doing the coaching. I have been forced into doing it a little bit, but I am grateful for the opportunity. "If you...
    At the UN COP26 climate summit in Glasgow, it's imperative that international leaders go beyond discussions of future emission reductions. It's time to emphasize the importance of climate restoration as part of the path to net-zero that works for allcountries across the globe. Reducing our emissions remains critically important, but deploying clean energy and updating infrastructure will not in itself solve all the issues we see with climate change. In fact, current mitigation and adaptation activities, although essential, do not typically consider the legacy carbon currently in the atmosphere. Scientists at the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) estimate that greenhouse gas concentrations in our atmosphere are at the highest levels in 800,000 years. We now know that the climate has changed due to human impact and will continue to do so with the emissions already in our atmosphere. In light of this, we must continue to reduce the amount of greenhouse gases we release into our atmosphere while simultaneously addressing the trillion tons of CO2 that we have already emitted. Climate restoration, the movement to remove the excess...
    Getty After the Brooklyn Nets traded their center DeAndre Jordan to the Detroit Pistons back in August, it left a clear path for their young big man Nicolas Claxton to fill the five spot for the team this season. Claxton was named the opening night starter for the Nets and started the team’s first three games. But after a 1-2 start to the season, Nets head coach Steve Nash pulled Claxton from the starting lineup and inserted forward Bruce Brown to take his place. First 5️⃣ ⤵️ Harden – Harris – KD – Brown – Blake pic.twitter.com/G9IRixJQxM — Brooklyn Nets (@BrooklynNets) October 25, 2021 The latest Nets news straight to your inbox! Join the Heavy on Nets newsletter here! Join Heavy on Nets! Executives Believe Nets Will Trade Nic ClaxtonAt 22 years old and standing 6’11 Claxton could hold major value to a lot of teams in the league. But on a star-studded Nets team, he’ll have difficulty reaching his full potential. It is for that reason that many executives around the league believe that the Nets...
    President Joe Biden expressed confidence at a CNN town hall Thursday night that Democrats are close to a deal on key legislation. Anderson Cooper kicked off Thursday night’s town hall by asking if the president is “close to a done deal.” “No problems. All done,” Biden quipped to laughter from the audience. “I’ve probably spent well over 100 hours. This is a big deal,” he continued. Biden went into the details of the infrastructure plan and the spending bill Democrats are still negotiating over. “Are you close to a deal?” Cooper asked. “I think so,” Biden said. He remarked that in all his time as senator, he was “relatively good at putting together deals.” “Is this the toughest deal you’ve worked on?” Cooper asked. “No,” Biden responded. “I think banning assault weapons is the toughest deal I worked on. And succeeded.” Cooper asked if he’ll have a deal before he travels to Europe in eight days. “It’s like my asking you are you sure your next show’s going to be a success?” Biden remarked. “It’s all about compromise. Compromise has...
    President Joe Biden used an event marking the 10-year anniversary of the Martin Luther King, Jr. to ridicule Republicans who polls show have concluded he is not their legitimate president. 'As the Catholics say, oh my God!' he said to an assembled crowd at the event.  Biden spoke at the memorial on the tenth anniversary of its dedication to demand voting rights legislation and accuse Republicans of pushing '21st Century Jim Crow', after the Senate GOP blocked a Democratic proposal this week.  Standing in the shadow of a 30-foot King statue, Biden called out efforts by GOP legislators for what he called an 'assault' on the right to vote.  Biden bemoaned the 'something like 20 per cent of Republicans, half the Republicans' who think 'I'm I am not your President. Donald Trump is still your president,' amid polling that shows large swaths of Republicans believe Trump's repeated claims that the 2020 election was fraudulent. 'As the Catholics say, oh my God!' he said, earning laughs. The one-off line came during a week when the House select committee is set to vote...
    Internet sleuths claim they have proof that wanted fugitive Brian Laundrie is still alive. Minnesota-based blogger Shaynah Dodge, who has been closely monitoring the investigation into Gabby Petito's homicide, claims Laundrie's Pinterest account has followed a new account in the past three weeks. Laundrie has been on the run from police since fleeing his parents' Florida home more than a month ago, after he returned from a vacation with his girlfriend Gabby Petito, alone. Petito's body was later discovered. She was murdered by strangulation.   'Three weeks ago I posted in my stories about Brian's Pinterest account. In my screengrab from three weeks ago he followed 145 people,' Dodge posted to her Instagram stories.  'Tonight I was scrolling some of his pins on his account and I noticed this … He now follows 146 people. That's weird right?'  Similarly, Twitter user Ian Scott claimed Monday morning that Laundrie's email account was active last Friday. 'When I first discovered #BrianLaundrie's email account, I posted that there was activity using it on September 18th,' he wrote. 'Now the Latest Update is showing activity for...
    Jordan Klepper attended his first MAGA rally since Jan. 6, confronting Donald Trump supporters who still think he won the 2020 election. “I’m back at my first Trump rally since January 6th, 2021, a day no one will ever forget unless you’re a Republican member of Congress,” he joked while at the Iowa MAGA rally last weekend. The Daily Show correspondent later confronted several rally goers, many of whom still think Trump won, while others believe he never even left the White House. “And even though Trump won, they’re hoping he runs again,” Klepper explained. “Are we ready for this? I mean, the last guy hasn’t even conceded yet.” While speaking to two adamant Trump supporters, Klepper asked if they thought Mike Pence would show up to the rally, adding, “Or does he not want to hang?” “I think he would be afraid to show up here today,” the woman responded, later adding that he would stay away “because he was a coward and he didn’t do the right thing, that’s why!” Klepper then guessed that it could be because rally goers tried...
    Jordan Klepper hadn’t attended a Trump rally since he inadvertently found himself in the middle of the Capitol riot on Jan. 6, “a day no one will ever forget, unless you’re a Republican member of Congress,” the Daily Show contributor joked in his latest dispatch. But this past week, Klepper boldly returned to the scene, trolling the crowd at the former president’s big Iowa event for the most embarrassing devotees he could find. What he discovered more than anything was banners, flags, and deluded supporters all proclaiming that “Trump Won” as loudly as they could. “And even though Trump won, they’re hoping he runs again,” Klepper explained. “Are we ready for this? I mean, the last guy hasn’t even conceded yet.” He tracked down one couple that warned former Vice President Mike Pence would not be welcome in the crowd. “Do you think Mike Pence will show up here today or does he not want to hang?” Klepper asked, the double meaning seeming to go over their heads. “I think he would be afraid to show up here today,”...
    SAN JOSE – The Sharks are going to need Erik Karlsson to be at his best for them to have any hope of qualifying for a playoff spot. Karlsson has no doubt that he’s up to the task. “I obviously still think that I’m one of the best players in the world. That’s where I’ve been for a very long time, that’s where I want to go, that’s where I want to stay,” Karlsson said Saturday morning before the Sharks’ season-opener Saturday at home against the Winnipeg Jets. “I’ve claimed that time the top and I want to stay at the top. For me, that’s always going to be my expectation, and I hope that that’s going to be the case for the rest of my career, not only this year.” Karlsson, 31, is entering the third season of an eight-year, $92 million contract he signed in 2019, a deal that still makes him the league’s highest-paid defenseman. Since he came into the NHL in 2009 as a 19-year-old, his 625 points in 788 regular-season games...
    L: Douglas P. DeFelice/Getty Images R: Drew Angerer/Getty Images Nearly a quarter of Republicans believe that former President Donald Trump will be “reinstated” to the presidency this year, even as the fantastical August 13 “deadline” for that event has long passed, and the end of the year is just weeks away. It has been more than four months since the political media world was set abuzz after The New York Times’ Maggie Haberman first reported that Trump was telling confidants that he believed he’d be reinstated to the presidency in August, reporting that was later confirmed by other outlets — and fed by delusions floated by Trump allies like MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell and attorney Sidney Powell. And Trump himself appeared to confirm this in June when he told a crowd in North Carolina that “we’re gonna take back the White House, and sooner than you think.” According to Lindell, the date of Trump’s miraculous ascension was to be August 13 — more than two months ago. But according to a new poll from YouGov, a not-insignificant chunk of Republicans still think it is “likely” that Trump will be reinstated this year. Respondents...
    Dave Rubin has repeatedly mocked “Trump Derangement Syndrome” and said a few months ago Donald Trump stood guard against “barbarians… at the gate,” but he said Thursday he doesn’t think the former president should run in 2024. Megyn Kelly spoke with Rubin and brought up new polling that Trump still leads among Republicans for who should be the 2024 candidate. Ron DeSantis is at 12 percent, and Mike Pence is at 13 percent, while Trump is at a whopping 47 percent. (Pence and DeSantis lead among Republicans who don’t want Trump to run.) “It’s still Trump’s party,” Kelly said. Rubin wasn’t surprised by the poll, because Trump is “fighting the machine” and “can still bring out the rallies.” He boasted to Kelly that he’s “more proud” now of his 2020 vote for Trump, even though “it didn’t mean he was perfect.” “What I would prefer to happen,” Rubin said, “is that Trump acts as the advocate. Keep doing the rallies, keep fighting the media, keep doing all the dirty work, be the bodyguard, so that, say, a DeSantis/Tim Scott...
    Gabe Kapler was at a crossroads. Playing in 2006 for the Boston Red Sox, Kapler had come back from an Achilles’ tear and recalled, “I wasn’t very good. Didn’t have a lot of push. Wasn’t as athletic as I wanted to be. The Red Sox, I think, thought — and for good reason — that my career might be over.” When the season ended, after consulting with Red Sox execs Theo Epstein, Ben Cherington and Mike Hazen, Kapler became aware of an opportunity to manage the Greenville Drive, Boston’s Low-A affiliate in South Carolina. Kapler was asked if he knew anyone who might be interested. “I didn’t get it right away,” Kapler said. “But I remember calling Ben back and saying, ‘Should I really look in the mirror here? What are you telling me?” At age 31, Kapler was back in the low minors as a first-time manager, molding young players. “I loved the minors,” Kapler said. “Loved the buses. Loved the cheap hotels.” It lasted one year. As Kapler rehabbed physically, he decided...
    (CNN)For more than three weeks, local and federal authorities have been combing through a 25,000-acre nature reserve searching for Brian Laundrie, the fiancé of 22-year-old Gabby Petito. On September 1, Laundrie returned in Petito's van to the couple's North Port, Florida, home from a cross-country road trip the couple embarked on earlier in the summer, police have said. Petito's remains were later found in Wyoming's Teton County. Laundrie has not been accused of any wrongdoing in Petito's killing. Laundrie's parents told police he left home on September 13 -- a day earlier than they initially told investigators -- to hike in the nearby Carlton Reserve. What we know about Gabby Petitos final daysDozens of officers from agencies including the FBI, the North Port Police Department, Florida Wildlife Commission, several sheriff's offices and K9 search and rescue teams have been searching the reserve since Laundrie's parents first talked to police on September 17."The Carlton Reserve is a vast and unforgiving location at times. It is currently (waist) deep in water in many areas," North Port police said in a Facebook post...
    On Monday’s broadcast of CNN’s “Situation Room,” Rep. Ro Khanna (D-CA) stated that during a meeting with President Joe Biden on the reconciliation bill, Biden told them “when the New Deal started, it wasn’t the New Deal that we study in the history books. It started with some small programs, and then it grew.” Khanna also argued, “If we can get a number of these programs funded, we establish the base for which they can dwell in the future.” Khanna said, “We’re willing to compromise as long as the priorities are in there, as long as we still have every American going to preschool, as long as we still have child care, as long as we still have bold climate provisions, but the amounts of these programs can be compromised. And the president said something that really struck me, he said, when the New Deal started, it wasn’t the New Deal that we study in the history books. It started with some small programs, and then it grew. And I think that that is compelling. If we can get a...
    BRIAN Laundrie's family thinks he's on the lam after he was named as a person of interest in Gabby Petito's disappearance, but still in Florida and hope he'll be found alive. "They are concerned, but hopeful that he is found alive," the Laundries' family attorney Steve Bertolino said on Friday. 4The Laundrie family lawyer said Brian's parents think he's still in FloridaCredit: Instagram @gabspetito 4Bertolino said his parents hope he's still aliveCredit: Splash Bertolino's statement is the first Laundrie's family has made since his disappearance, and after much attention has been brought to their home. The lawyer also confirmed that Laundrie's last known contact was his sister Cassie was the last person to have seen Laundrie. Bertolino confirmed that Cassie was the last to see him while the family was at a campground on September 6, saying she saw twice since his return to Florida, the first being on September 1. On Good Morning America on September 17, Cassie said "I haven't been able to talk to him. I wish I could talk to him." Laundrie and Petito were about...
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    Pop superstar Rihanna was spotted wearing a seemingly political T-shirt in New York City on Friday, garnering interest from those on the Right. The T-shirt was emblazoned with the words “think while it’s still legal” in a style reminiscent of a campaign poster. The singer, who recently reached billionaire status and became the highest-paid female singer in the world, has remained silent about her intentions in wearing the shirt, but many on the Right, including Donald Trump Jr., filmmaker Dinesh D'Souza, and political activist Jack Posobiec, shared images of her wearing the shirt on social media. RIHANNA REACHES BILLIONAIRE STATUS, BECOMING WORLD'S RICHEST FEMALE MUSICIAN Rihanna makes a political statement in a slogan T-shirt as she heads to a studio in New York City https://t.co/hVDpff71qx— Jack Posobiec ???????? (@JackPosobiec) September 26, 2021 The shirt is from the fall 2021 collection of luxury brand Vetements. Designer Demna Gvasalia told Vogue earlier this year that it's a general reflection of "the hell we're all living through." The brand has a history of subversive takes, with the magazine...
    A WOMAN had settled on her favourite name for her baby boy only to be told it's actually slang for an idiot. The confused mum was still keen to use her chosen name, but was torn as others warned her against it. 1The confused mum took to Mumsnet to ask if she could use the Hungarian name Nimrod for her son The woman took to Mumsnet to ask for advice from fellow parents. She said: "We are from Hungary where Nimród is a popular boy's name and we'd like to call our child Nimród. "However, I've just learnt that in American slang 'nimrod' means idiot, dimwit, stupid, etc. But I've never heard this in the UK."I wonder how bad Nimrod sounds for a native English speaker in the UK. (We have no connections with the US and our son would grow up in the UK.)" FABULOUS BINGO: GET A £5 FREE BONUS WITH NO DEPOSIT REQUIRED Fellow Mumsnet users were quick to jump in and offer advice, with a number saying they weren't aware it was an...
    ANDY CARROLL'S kids reckon he'll join Manchester City or Barcelona having left Newcastle. The striker was unceremoniously dumped by his boyhood club at the end of last season and is yet to find a new team. 2Andy Carroll's five children reckon their dad will soon be playing for Man City or BarcelonaCredit: andytcarroll/Instagram 2The geordie was let go by boyhood club Newcastle at the end of last season and is yet to find another teamCredit: Getty Carroll, 32, featured 43 times for the Magpies after his emotional return in the summer of 2019 and scored just once. However, he was rarely a starter and only notched up 1,296 minutes on the field. He'd left West Ham after seven rollercoaster years - the last of which were mainly spent injured. But the geordie told the Athletic he was fit for most of his second spell at St James' Park but just wasn't picked by Steve Bruce. Despite his career seeming to stall over the past few seasons, his five children still think there's a place for the former England man at...
    Parks and Recreation Cast: Where Are They Now? ESG investing can boost your stock market returns but it shouldn’t drive your portfolio Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady must have found the fountain of youth between the offseason and Week 1. Brady apparently feels good enough that he's once again talking about playing in the NFL until he's 50. Brady made those comments on an episode of "Tommy & Gronky," a show produced by the Bucs. When asked whether he can play until he's 50 years old, Brady responds, "I think I can. I think it's a yes." ???? TOMMY & GRONKY IS BACK ????@TomBrady and @RobGronkowski answer the internet’s most searched questions... Full episode ➡️ https://t.co/NjmQVZsEFu pic.twitter.com/kw2ME7yKSx— Tampa Bay Buccaneers (@Buccaneers) September 16, 2021 That's not how Brady felt in June, when he backed off plans to play until he's 50. Prior to June's comments, Brady expressed a desire to play as long as possible. There were rumors suggesting Brady wanted to play until he was 50. If Week 1 is any indication, Brady still has plenty left...
    BOSTON (CBS) – The CDC is out with a new travel advisory – don’t travel over Labor Day weekend if you’re not vaccinated. Instead, Dr. Rochelle Walensky said, use the time off to get your first shot. READ MORE: Tornado Warnings Issued For Parts Of Cape Cod, Marthas Vineyard “Talk with family and friends who are still unvaccinated about the benefits of the vaccine and consider taking them to get vaccinated over the long holiday weekend,” Walensky said. READ MORE: Flash Flood Warning As Idas Remnants Likely To Bring Up To 5+ Inches Of Rain Overnight The CDC is suggesting people celebrate the holiday with outdoor gatherings with others who are vaccinated. If you are going to be inside, wear a mask, no matter what your vaccination status. MORE NEWS: Massachusetts Task Force 1 Providing Search And Rescue Support After Hurricane Ida Even with precautions, moving around the country can still pose a risk, so travelers should still think about how they are traveling, who they are traveling with and where they are going. Immunocompromised people should think...
    Sen. Ben Cardin (D-MD) predicted over the weekend that a “few hundred American citizens” were likely still in Afghanistan with no intention of departing. “We want the mission to be successful as possible,” Cardin said in a Saturday interview with CNN’s Jim Acosta. “That means protect our troops, but also get out as many people as possible. We still have a few hundred American citizens that are in Afghanistan. We think most of them probably have made a decision to stay, but we still want to make efforts to make sure we can get every American evacuated from Afghanistan before the 31st.” The State Department said Sunday that it was aware of more than 200 Americans still in the country ahead of the U.S. military’s departure on Tuesday. The group includes 14 California students and eight of their parents. “We recognize that many of these people will not be evacuated by August 31st,” Cardin added. “So the questions that we asked [of defense officials] is what steps will be taken, and we received certain assurances that the United States is...
    In this article MSFT TGT AMAT WOOF NVDA A shopping cart is seen in a Target store in the Brooklyn borough of New York, U.S., November 14, 2017.Brendan McDermid | ReutersAs the year progresses, the vast majority of companies have already posted their latest quarterly results. The economic recovery ramped up throughout the first half of 2021, and many firms saw massive revenues. Now, investors' attention has turned from summer and travel trends to what the fall season may have in store. With TipRanks' unique tools, investors can see which companies Wall Street's top analysts think are well-positioned to capture these shifting trends. These analysts are some of the highest ranked on TipRanks, based on their success rates and average returns per rating. Here are five stocks that Wall Street's best-performing analysts think still have major upside potential after earnings.MicrosoftCompanies have been preparing their workforces for the grand return to the office, some hybrid, some full-time. However, due to the high rate of infection of COVID-19 in the U.S., several high-profile firms such as Apple have just announced delays...
    TEEN Mom star, Kailyn Lowry has been seen hanging out with her ex husband, Javi Marroquin yet again, sparking rumors that the two are back together. This is not the first time the pair have been spotted together, as she took to Instagram to post yet another video including her ex. 5Kailyn on her podcastCredit: Instagram/Kailyn Lowry 5Javi questions her motivesCredit: Instagram/Kailyn Lowry 29-year-old Kailyn posted a reel from her coffee convos podcast where she appeared to be pranking her friends and family members. The reality tv star can be heard telling people, including Javi, that the popular coffee and donut brand 'dunkin donuts' was going out of business. In the reel, Kailyn facetimes Javi and exclaims "Dunkin is going out of business". Javi can be seen smirking as he questions her motive behind the call, playfully asking "Is that why you called me?". This is not the first time the seemingly estranged pair have posted videos of themselves spending time together. Kailyn previously shared an Instagram video tour of her dream home under construction.  Most read in EntertainmentExclusiveBEY OUTRAGE Beyonce 'angry'...
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    New York (CNN Business)ESG investing — funds that are conscious of companies' actions on the environment, society and governance — is an increasingly popular trend for people concerned about how their money is being used. It sounds great, but it's complicated.The ESG label is meant to make investing green easier by giving investors a simple way to allocate their money to good causes. And, indeed, there are plenty of sustainability- and climate change-focused exchange traded funds available.But it's still not the catch-all stamp of approval you'd expect.The label started with the idea that ESG issues should be included when valuing a business. More recently, however, the emphasis has moved to the impact company's products and services have, said Jon Hale, director of sustainability research at Sustainalytics."A lot of ESG funds are oriented more toward the ESG valuations rather than the impact," he told CNN Business.Read MoreThat's why the blanket ESG designation might not mean all companies in an ETF are up-to-snuff on all fronts. "You can't tell just from the label. You actually have to figure out what they're doing,"...
    MARCO CANSECO / MIGUEL SANZ Budapest Updated 07/29/2021 – 14:33 Fernando Alonso is one of the great protagonists of the day at the Hungaroring, where today it celebrates its 40th anniversary, what Sebastian Vettel has taken advantage of, who shares a press conference with him, to try to fill the small press room with confetti, although it has gone a bit wrong and he got soaked, between the laughter of the two. “Well, I know the team is preparing something for me in hospitality and fine, but I don’t feel like I’m 40, it’s the number, it even surprises me when I see it everywhere, it’s a bigger number than I do. sorry but it is what it is “. IMAGINED HIMSELF RUNNING AT 40 AT 20 “No, probably not because you live in the present you don’t think about the future at that age, you just focus on your career and you can hardly imagine yourself more than two or three years ahead. Now everything is different, I’m more used to it. F1, to all that is unique...
    (CNN)Just over half of Americans who remain unvaccinated against Covid-19 still believe the vaccine is more dangerous than the coronavirus -- despite overwhelming evidence to the contrary, according to a new survey published Wednesday.Unvaccinated adults still also largely believe the news media have exaggerated the severity of the pandemic, and are less likely than vaccinated adults to wear a mask in public, according to the ongoing Kaiser Family Foundation survey.The health-focused nonprofit group surveyed 1,500 US adults between July 15 and 27 for this chapter of its survey, and found little change among those with the most hardened attitudes about vaccination. About 14% of those surveyed say they will "definitely not" get vaccinated -- the same proportion as in December. If you arent going to help, please get out of the way: Biden turns up the pressure on GOP governors as Delta spreads"Among those who say they will 'definitely not' get a vaccine, 75% say the news is exaggerated. The sharply different views of the vaccinated and unvaccinated help to explain the contentiousness of ongoing policy debates about vaccine mandates,"...
    From Lily Collins to John David Washington, there are no shortage of celebrity offspring who have gone on to become global superstars.  Earlier this week Ben Stiller, whose parents are legendary comedians Jerry Stiller and Anne Meara, responded to criticism about Steven Spielberg's daughter Destry Spielberg's new movie The Rightway, as the cast includes children of famous actors including Sean Penn and Robin Wright's son Hopper Penn. He was ripped apart online for weighing into debate on nepotism in Hollywood and saying 'ultimately it's a meritocracy'. However Ben and Hopper are far from the first actors to be buoyed onto the Hollywood red carpet by their very famous parents. Here, FEMAIL reveals the other A-listers who have won the gene-pool lottery with their world famous parents.  LILY COLLINS  FAMOUS PARENTS: Musician Phil Collins and actress Jill Tavelman Lily Collins, who was born in Surrey, is the only child from her father Phil Collin's second marriage to American Jill Tavelman (pictured together) Lily was five when Collins split from her mother, reportedly ending the marriage by fax, before moving to the tax haven...
    The Tampa Bay Buccaneers on Tuesday visited the White House in celebration of their 2020 Super Bowl win. The visit was spent cracking jokes with President Joe Biden and encouraging more people to get the COVID-19 vaccination.  "I hope you all know just how important it was for, after such a tough year for the nation, in the middle of a long, dark winter, every Sunday, people were able to sit down and watch you play," Mr. Biden said. "You created memories that helped folks make it through and believe that we could get back to normal again. And you did it as a team, trailblazing, including the first team with two women in full-time coaching positions." U.S. President Joe Biden with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers  Bloomberg In February, the Buccaneers defeated the Kansas City Chiefs 31-9 to clinch the Super Bowl LV victory. The win gave quarterback Tom Brady —  who had spent the previous 20 seasons with the New England Patriots — his seventh championship, adding to his record of the most Super Bowl wins by any football player....
    Tom Brady joined his Tampa Bay Buccaneers teammates in celebrating their Super Bowl 55 win at the White House on Tuesday, meeting with President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris. Brady was the only player to speak during the Bucs ceremony at the White House, and he came fully prepared with relevant jokes. “It didn’t look great there at one point. We were 7-5, struggling a little bit, as the President alluded to. But we found a rhythm, we got on a roll,” Brady said. “Not a lot of people think that we could have won. In fact, I think, about 40 percent of the people still don’t think we won.” “I understand that,” Biden interjected as the crowd laughed. “You understand that, Mr. President?” Brady joked before Biden reiterated, “I understand that.” “It’s nice for me to be back here,” Brady continued. “We had a game in Chicago where I forgot what down it was. I lost track of one down in 21 years of playing, and they started calling me ‘Sleepy Tom.’ Why would they do that...
    NFL quarterback Tom Brady joked alongside President BidenJoe BidenAides who clashed with Giuliani intentionally gave him wrong time for Trump debate prep: book Biden says Eid al-Adha carries 'special meaning' amid pandemic Manchin to back nominee for public lands chief MORE at a White House ceremony Tuesday that 40 percent of the country doesn’t believe the Tampa Bay Buccaneers won the Super Bowl, alluding to the considerable percentage of Republicans who polls show do not accept Biden’s election victory.  “Not a lot of people think that we could have won,” Brady joked. “And in fact about 40 percent of people still don’t think we won.” “I understand that,” Biden responded, laughing.  Brady also quipped that people have started calling him “Sleepy Tom,” a reference to former President TrumpDonald TrumpGreene gets 12-hour Twitter suspension over COVID-19 misinformation Aides who clashed with Giuliani intentionally gave him wrong time for Trump debate prep: book Overnight Defense: Afghan evacuees to be housed at Virginia base | Biden looks to empty Gitmo MORE’s nickname for Biden during the campaign.  A Monmouth University poll released in...
    More On: halsey Pregnant Halsey wears ring while out with boyfriend Alev Aydin Pregnant Halsey compares growing baby bump to a basketball Halsey says her pregnancy was ‘100% planned’ Halsey says she feels ‘the most confident’ when she’s bald Halsey’s newest album cover — which features her looking regal in a throne while holding a baby — has sparked speculation that the “Be Kind” singer has given birth to her first child. “I think Halsey had the baby,” one person pondered on Twitter on Wednesday. “I’m pretty sure it’s her baby in the album cover, I doubt she just used a random one lmao she probably just didn’t announce the birth and left us thinking the baby wasn’t born yet.” Another fan chimed in, “It must be their baby tho. She talks about post pregnancy in her caption and well their Halsey if anyone can hid this from the world and announce it how they would like to, it’s her!” However, others on social media pointed out that the baby in question couldn’t possibly be Halsey’s own child since...
    Ford loses chief technology officer to Amazon in industry battle over talent Cramer: Buying Opportunities in Russell Rebalancing Tom Brady is very good at a great many things. Faking humility is not one of them. Brady, who as you may know has won seven Super Bowl rings, has spent the last few years crafting a new image for himself. Instead of the methodical, robotic quarterback who will tear out your heart without even breaking stride, he’s now a witty, trash-talking dad-bro … who will still tear out your heart without even breaking stride. Appearing on a recent episode of “The Late Late Show with James Corden,” Brady tried his hand at humility after Corden ventured a stab at the GOAT question. The @TomBrady is 44 and still going for more! pic.twitter.com/hEsZTIb01e— The Late Late Show with James Corden (@latelateshow) June 24, 2021 “It’s one thing, being really good at something,” Corden said. “It’s something else being the Greatest of All Time. How often do you think about that?” “I don’t,” Brady replied. “Really?” Corden said. “You never sit and...
    Stocks making the biggest moves after hours: Beyond Meat, KB Home, Steelcase and more Confluent prices IPO above range at $36 a share Phoenix Suns star big man Deandre Ayton became an instant hero with his last-second tip-in Tuesday night that secured a 104-103 win over the Los Angeles Clippers and a 2-0 series lead in the Western Conference Finals:  © Alonzo Adams-USA TODAY Sports Ayton became an instant hero with his last-second tip-in that secured a 104-103 win over the Clippers in Game 2. EVERY ANGLE of Jae Crowder's pinpoint pass to Deandre Ayton to win Game 2 for the @Suns! #NBAPlayoffs #ThatsGame #NBAWCF presented by AT&T continues with Game 3 on Thursday at 9pm/et on ESPN pic.twitter.com/JMEXIj0erK— NBA (@NBA) June 23, 2021 That moment was hardly a one-off for Ayton, as he recorded a combined 44 points and 23 rebounds across the first two games against the Clippers. With the Suns a pair of victories away from playing in the NBA Finals, Ayton spoke with Marc J. Spears of The Undefeated about fans and other observers who...
    Shoppers say they would buy more secondhand clothes if they could skip the sales tax, survey says European stocks slip as PMI shows business activity surging; U.S. futures hold steady after Powell For years, basketball fans refused to rank Kevin Durant ahead of LeBron James because of the quality of his teammates. Durant is a two-time NBA champion but, having won those titles on arguably the greatest roster in NBA history with the Golden State Warriors, many have questioned their value compared to the greatest postseason runs from other all-time greats. When his Brooklyn Nets acquired James Harden, it seemed like more of the same was coming in the 2021 postseason. © Provided by CBS Sports But Harden and Kyrie Irving both got hurt in the second round against the Milwaukee Bucks, and that gave Durant an opportunity to prove what he could do without such support. Across the final three games of the series, he averaged 43 points and came mere inches away from ending the series with a 3-pointer at the end of Game 7. His foot...
    A pair of Seattle LGBT Pride event organizers, who complained to city officials that a separate pride event seeking to charge white people up to $50 for 'reparations' to attend was reverse racism have apologized after sparking a backlash.    Philip Lipson and Charlette LeFevre are organizers of Capitol Hill Pride in Seattle. They issued their apology on Facebook over the weekend. The pair had complained to the city about a separate event, called 'Taking B[l]ack Pride,' which is set to be held Saturday and is charging white people up to $50 to attend as 'reparations.' They said such a fee was reverse racism. But their complaints sparked a furious woke backlash - and the pair apologized, saying their complaint was 'not meant to be an attack or divide but to ensure equality for all.' Still, they have stood by their criticism that the charge is wrong, they told DailyMail.com Organizers of the black-focused event, meanwhile, still are set to charge the $50 fee after the city stood behind them. Lipson and LeFevre, who said she is part Asian, sparked controversy...
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    Former President Donald Trump angrily rejected reports that social media bans had sent him sliding into irrelevance, insisting Monday that he was staying out of the headlines so attention would stay on President Joe Biden's troubles with inflation, the border and the Middle East. His comments come as his lieutenants plan a new social media platform to propel Trump back into the daily conversation. And a new poll suggests the former president retains his grip on Republicans, with a majority of the party still proclaiming Trump to be the 'true president.' But in a statement published on his website, Trump hit back at media reports that his online presence was no longer making an impact. Former President Trump, pictured during a visit to Trump Tower in New York Monday, issued a statement saying he had not been doing many media interviews in order to keep attention on President Biden's crises. He blasted claims that his website was struggling for attention and said a new social media platform was coming soon Trump published his statement on 'From the Desk...
    Health officials are urging that teenagers get vaccinated for COVID-19, warning that youths are not immune to severe complications or to “long COVID,” which can leave patients sick for months. Dr. Christina Ghaly, the L.A. County health services director, said she has heard from many families and teens who say they aren’t ready to be vaccinated, “largely because they think the risk of getting COVID is low” for adolescents in the newest eligible group, ages 12 to 15. While the risk is lower among teens than adults of getting seriously ill or dying of COVID-19, thousands of children around the world have been hospitalized, and hundreds have died. “This is a nightmare that no parent should ever have to live through, and it is now largely avoidable for those who are age 12 and over,” Ghaly said. Though most children do recover, some will develop “long COVID,” which can last weeks or months and perhaps longer. Symptoms can include cough, fatigue, muscle aches, headaches, palpitations, nausea, shortness of breath, sleep disorders, fever, stomach problems, anxiety, depression and...
    BALTIMORE (WJZ) — For the first time in over a year, the masks will soon come off. “Its exciting to hear” said Alexandra Carioti. Thursday, the CDC announced those who are fully vaccinated do not need to wear masks or keep social distance in almost all situations. That includes in crowds, both inside and outside. READ MORE: Gov. Larry Hogan Lifts All COVID-19 Capacity Restrictions As Of Saturday, Indoor Mask Mandate Will Remain “You can do things you stopped doing because of the pandemic” said Dr. Rochelle Walensky, CDC Director. The CDC says everyone, vaccinated or not, will still be required to wear a face covering on public transportation, including on busses, trains, and airplanes. You’re also required to wear a mask inside airports and in healthcare settings like doctors offices and long term care facilities. Dr. Reginald Brown at Grace Medical Center said it’s a major milestone. “I think there’s a real shift in the dynamic of this disease and hopefully were seeing us get over that hump and get back to what some would consider back to our...
    Chris Christie suggested that Congresswoman Liz Cheney (R-WY) authored her own possible leadership demise by opposing former President Donald Trump as the head of the GOP. Christie was on ABC’s This Week Sunday panel, where George Stephanopoulos noted that the Republican Party seems increasingly beholden to Trump’s false claims that the 2020 election was “stolen” from him. “I don’t think it is taking more hold every single day,” Christie protested before Stephanopoulos interrupted to point out that most Republicans still believe the lie. From there, Christie noted that Congressional Republicans are trying to replace Cheney with Congresswoman Elise Stefanik (R-NY), even though Cheney’s policy voting record is more aligned with Trump than Stefanik’s. As Christie predicted that Stefanik “will bring some real good things” to Congress, he offered some compliments to Cheney as well, but then he insinuated that Cheney doesn’t want to be in leadership anymore. I think Liz is doing what she wants to do. I don’t think Liz wants to be in leadership anymore because once she won the vote earlier, she continued to press this issue...
    Because the NFL Draft is not a game of solitaire, it is impossible to predict what the Pittsburgh Steelers will do with their selection Thursday night in the first round of the 2021 edition. Because they do not wish to reveal their plans to any other team, they are loathe to share much information regarding their intent. Because they are in the entertainment business, though, it is preferred that they interact occasionally with their public. And in the conversation coach Mike Tomlin and general manager Kevin Colbert had with the media in advance of the draft, one could discern how the Steelers would like the draft to go in an ideal circumstance. “I don’t think you can ever underestimate the value of a quality player at any position, and running back is no different,” Colbert told the reporters in attendance, and many more listening through social media channels. “If you have a dynamic player at any position, that player should make a difference. If you look at the Hall of Fame runners, most of those guys were taken in...
    The vast majority of U.S. adults still believe the country is “mostly divided,” despite President Biden’s vow to be a more unifying president, an NBC News poll released Sunday revealed. The poll, released on the cusp of Biden’s first 100 days in office, revealed just more than a third, or 36 percent, say the country is headed in the “right direction.” Meanwhile, the vast majority of respondents, 82 percent, believe the country is divided, and 80 percent believe the country is at least “mostly divided.” This comes amid Biden’s vow to unify the country with his presidency, making the theme central to his inaugural address in January. “To overcome these challenges — to restore the soul and to secure the future of America — requires more than words. It requires the most elusive of things in a democracy: unity. Unity,” Biden said during his January 20 address. Biden told the country his “whole soul” was “in this,” wholly devoted to “bringing America together,” “uniting our people,” and “uniting our nation.” “Uniting to fight the common foes we face: anger, resentment,...
    SAN JOSE – There is a good chance that the fourth-place team in the NHL’s West Division will finish this season with a points percentage below .500. And believe it or not, that spot could still go to the Sharks. Call it parity, or just mediocrity, the immense struggles of the other teams still competing for that last playoff spot in the division has been the only thing keeping the Sharks’ faint postseason hopes alive. Thanks to the dreadful records of Arizona and St. Louis of late, the Sharks, despite a seven-game losing streak, enter Saturday’s game with the Minnesota Wild just four points back of the Coyotes for the fourth and final playoff spot in the division with an 18-23-5 record. The morning of April 10, before their current losing streak began, the Sharks were three points back of fourth-place Arizona. Both the Coyotes (20-22-5, 45 points) and Blues (19-19-6, 44 points) have won just three of their last 10 games. The Los Angeles Kings (17-20-6. 40 points) have won just four of their last...
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    Back in 1997, DVD players were all the rage. The brand-new technology was not cheap. At about $1,000 a pop, Kelly Hrudey thought it was a bit too expensive for his liking. But at Christmas that year, he was gifted what he coined a “game-changer” — along with two DVDs (one was of a Fleetwood Mac concert) — by the guy living in his guest house. That guy was Patrick Marleau. Now, more than 23 years later, the kid who at 18 would sit and eat sandwiches with Kelly and his wife, Donna, until 2, 3, or 4 in the morning talking about the game, about how things were growing up or just life, is set to become the NHL’s all-time leader in games played. When Marleau’s skates hit the ice in his first shift for the Sharks on Monday night at T-Mobile Arena in Vegas against the Golden Knights, it’ll be Game No. 1,768 of his NHL career — one better than Mr. Hockey, Gordie Howe. Before the game, Marleau will pull over that Sharks sweater he has...
    Supermodel Paulina Porizkova has clapped back at cruel internet trolls who branded her 'desperate' for posing in a sexy lingerie shoot - questioning why women in their 50s aren't 'allowed to be sexy'.  The 55-year-old opened up about the hot-button issue during an appearance on the Tamron Hall Show on Friday, during which she spoke out about the bitter backlash she faced for posting an at-home lingerie shoot on Instagram, for which critics called her 'desperate' and 'sick'.   'In my 20s, I was celebrated for showing up in lingerie,' she pointed out when asked by Tamron, 50, why women 'celebrating our aging in this empowering way rubs a nerve with some people'.  Clapback: Supermodel Paulina Porizkova has hit back at critics who branded her 'desperate' for sharing photos of herself in lingerie  Under fire: The 55-year-old posed for a stunning shoot in her New York City apartment last week - but faced a bitter backlash when she shared the images on Instagram   Striking: During an appearance on the Tamron Hall Show on Friday, Paulina opened up about...
    If you've got it, it's OK to flaunt it, according to Paulina Porizkova. The Czech-born Swedish supermodel, who is 55, often speaks her truth on social media despite input from critics. Aside from her occasional bikini pics, the model has been open about dealing with heartbreak following the passing of her former husband, Cars frontman Ric Ocasek. The supermodel, who shot for Sports Illustrated Swimsuit for the first time in 1983, appeared on "The Tamron Hall Show" on Friday where she discussed the topic of aging. A sneak peek clip shared by People shows the 55-year-old stunner bravely admitting she doesn't let the critics bring down her confidence. PAULINA PORIZKOVA GETS CANDID ABOUT ANTI-AGING LASER TREATMENT: 'I'M VAIN AND WANT TO BE PRETTY' "In my 20s, I was celebrated for showing up in lingerie. I was getting a lot of money for it and everybody loved me," Porizkova tells Hall in the clip. "In my 50s, I still think I look pretty good in lingerie, but the reaction is reviled, obviously not by everybody, but yeah, there's a fair amount of backlash." Paulina...
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