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    (CNN)Jimmy Kimmel talked about his "mildly frightening" Thanksgiving on his show Monday, telling his viewers that, well, he burned off his body hair and hairline while trying to light an outdoor pizza oven."I wish I could say this is the first time I've done this," Kimmel said. He joked, "It's a good thing I was wearing a hat, or I would be bald tonight."Kimmel explained that he was "blasted by a fireball" because he turned on the oven, lit it and let it fill with gas before tossing a burning piece of paper in."You'd think I would learn, but yet, I haven't," he said, adding he "tossed it in the oven, and boom — it came right back at me."Read MoreThe late-night host said he realized what happened when he caught the smell of burning hair. "The smell was very bad," he said. "I think the reason burning hair smells so bad is it's God's way of telling you, 'You are on fire right now.' "Even though he singed his hairline and his arms, he still made dinner. "I had...
    PATRICE EVRA appears to have leaked the Ballon d'Or winner by congratulating Lionel Messi. The Manchester United legend posted on Twitter, writing: "Congratulations to Leo Messi for winning another Ballon d'or." 2Lionel Messi is hotly tipped to win Ballon d'Or No7 2Patrice Evra has tweeted out his congratulations to Lionel Messi Although the announcement is not due until 9pm tonight, Evra has jumped the gun. If true, it would see Messi collect his SEVENTH Ballon d'Or and beat off challenges from the likes of Robert Lewandowski and Karim Benzema. However, Evra's congratulations to Paris Saint-Germain star Messi comes as somewhat of a surprise. In October the 40-year-old said he was 'fed up' seeing the Argentine win the award multiple times. Evra said on Prime Video: "I'm fed up; it's rotten that they [might] give it to Leo Messi. "In my opinion, the Ballon d'Or has to go to Jorginho or Kante. STIM WIN 'Surprise' bonus stimulus check of $285 for families before ChristmasFINAL PICTURES Off White designer Virgil Abloh is seen in NYC just a month before his death'awkward!' Kourtney &...
    CATONSVILLE, Md. (WJZ) — Letters to Santa. It’s a tradition for many kids to send him their wish list this time of year, but there’s one Catonsville man who has taken on the responsibility of writing back. Tucked away in the heart of Catonsville is Santa’s workshop, and one of his long-time helpers. READ MORE: 'It's Kind Of The Kick-Off To Christmas': 32nd Annual Festival Of Trees Underway“Good feelings in my chest, in my inner heart, just good feelings about doing something for the community as well as for the children,” Santa’s helper Rick Brostrom said. For the last 20 years, Brostrom has been collecting letters to Santa from kids in his community, reading all of them, and replying back. “They can’t just tell their parents what they want for Christmas, and this is a way for them to show and express themselves,” Brostrom said. He says some letters are silly, others are sweet, and a few are particularly heartwarming. READ MORE: High Winds Cause Delays For Eastbound Traffic At Bay Bridge“Some of them make me cry,” Brostrom said. “One...
    The husband of an unidentified 'accomplished author' is being thoroughly lambasted on social media for complaining that his wife wrote and sold a new novel — after supposedly 'agreeing' to put her writing career on hold after they had a baby. The man wrote anonymously to Slate's advice column 'Dear Prudence,' asking how he is ever supposed to trust his wife again after she 'secretly' wrote during her lunch breaks at her fulltime job. The man whined that his wife 'could have been home an hour earlier' if she'd skipped the lunch break and griped that she 'broke their deal.' His letter has since been shared on Twitter, where thousands of users are accusing him of being a bad husband and insisting that his reaction is completely unreasonable.  Seeing red: The husband of an unidentified 'accomplished author' is being lambasted on social media for complaining that his wife wrote and sold a new novel (stock image) Everything has changed: His wife works a fulltime job and is also an 'accomplished author,' but he says they 'agreed' she'd 'pause' her writing career...
    CHICAGO (CBS) — The holiday season is in full swing and VH1 is getting in on the action with its first ever “Naughty or Nice” film series. Kim Fields (Tootie from “Facts of Life” and Regine from “Living Single” and now “The Upshaws on Netflix) wrote, produced and stars in the series debut film “Adventures in Christmasing.” READ MORE: Ring Video Shows Waukesha Christmas Parade Suspect Darrell Brooks Pleading For Help, Getting ArrestedShe plays a talk show host forced by her boss to spend Christmas in the wilderness. All for our viewing pleasure. Field spoke with CBS 2’s Ryan Baker about that experience and what we can expect from this new how they line up. "I guess it's time to get in the hot seat…" ???? Uh oh… Charmaine & Miriah have words for Prince. How do you feel about his reaction to the conversation? #BlackInkCHI pic.twitter.com/lIsRl6PpLc — VH1 (@VH1) November 23, 2021 Ryan: We’re so glad to have you with us here on CBS 2 Chicago. Tell me about “Adventures in Christmasing” coming up on VH1. Kim: Yes, so...
    NEW YORK (AP) — Matt Damon has some big-name endorsers for a book he has out March 1 about access to safe water. Former President Bill Clinton and Nobel Peace Prize-winner Muhammad Yunus are among those providing blurbs for “The Worth of Water,” which the Oscar-winning actor and filmmaker worked on with civil and environmental engineer Gary White. Damon has been a prominent spokesman for water sanitation since visiting Zambia in 2006, and with White founded the nonprofits Water.org and WaterEquity. Damon and White met at a Clinton Global Initiative gathering in 2008. “We’re excited to have written this book together, and we can’t wait to share the story of what happens when a movie actor and a civil engineer team up to try and take on the global water crisis — the stumbles and obstacles, the breakthroughs and big gains, and the incredible people we met along the way,” Damon and White said in a statement Tuesday. “Our journey has proved two things: one, solving the water crisis is possible — within our lifetimes. And two, the...
    NEW YORK (AP) — Peter Aykroyd, an Emmy-nominated actor and writer on “Saturday Night Live” for the 1979-80 season who later worked with older brother, Dan, on everything from a TV show about the paranormal to such films as “Dragnet” and “Coneheads,” has died at age 66. In a brief statement Monday to The Associated Press, Dan Aykroyd cited the medical examiner in Spokane, Washington, and said that his brother “succumbed to septicemia from an internal infection precipitated by an untreated abdominal hernia.” Further details were not immediately available. Peter Aykroyd’s death was first reported last weekend on “Saturday Night Live,” which also tweeted a short film by Tom Schiller he starred in for the show, the noir parody “Java Junkie.” Former “Saturday Night Live’ writer Alan Zweibel posted a tribute on Facebook, calling Aykroyd ”a very funny, really nice guy.” He was born in Ottawa, Canada, and his career followed a similar path to his brother’s — the Second City comedy troupe in Toronto and eventually “Saturday Night Live,” which he joined months after Dan Aykroyd and...
    Getty Cowboys WR CeeDee Lamb vs. Chiefs Dallas Cowboys wide receiver CeeDee Lamb will miss the remainder of Sunday’s game at Kansas City after sustaining a head injury — likely a concussion. Lamb was injured on Dallas’ final play of the first half, a jump-ball end-zone interception thrown by Dak Prescott, upon the back of his helmet smacking off the cold Arrowhead Field turf. He appeared shaken up while conferring with the training staff and did not return to the sideline for the third quarter. Cowboys WR CeeDee Lamb banged head pretty hard here. Now, he’s ruled OUT vs. Chiefs with concussion.pic.twitter.com/j08qtyMYem — Jori Epstein (@JoriEpstein) November 21, 2021 Lamb, who had been battling an arm contusion suffered in Week 10, made three catches for 14 yards prior to departing. Cedrick Wilson replaced him in the starting lineup, flanking Michael Gallup, who’s posted 16 yards on three grabs, as of this writing. Lamb’s loss is a devastating blow to an already ailing Cowboys offense that’s without star WR Amari Cooper (COVID-19) and stalwart left tackle Tyron Smith (ankle)....
    The host of MSNBC’s Deadline: White House, Nicolle Wallace, pushed former New Jersey Governor Chris Christie in a testy exchange Tuesday evening about why he ignored Fox News while criticizing the rest of the media in his new book. Wallace asks Christie, the book is “about conspiracies and lies and you really don’t take on Fox News. Why not?” As Christie answers Wallace interjects, “Do you watch Tucker Carlson?” Christie says, “No, I don’t watch it, not really.” “It’s a book with truth deniers, conspiracy theorists on the cover and you attack CNN, the New York Times, and MSNBC,” Wallace continues. Christie defends himself saying in the section of the book Wallace is referencing, he was talking about bias. Wallace shoots back, “Is bias more dangerous to the country than conspiracy theorists?” Christie again tries to move the conversation, saying the section covering conspiracy theories is a separate part of the book and that Wallace is “conflating them” – “accidentally I am sure.” Wallace doesn’t buy it and hits Christie again, saying, “I don’t think it’s an intellectually honest case...
    Author Marcy Carriker Smothers had a continuing internal dialogue with the late Walt Disney as she wrote her new book about taking a walking tour of Disneyland from the park founder’s distinct and well-informed point of view. “I can’t write about Walt or read about Walt without his voice in my head,” Carriker Smothers said during an online video interview. “​​It’s just like this conversation, if you will. It is my trying to honor Walt.” Smothers would “talk shop” with Walt Disney while she decided whether to include details from her research in the new book, “Walt’s Disneyland: A Walk in the Park with Walt Disney.” “My barometer for what to include in the book was, ‘Does it make me laugh out loud? Does it make me cry? Does it bring a smile to my face?’” Carriker Smothers said. “All those things are part of the conversation or the inner dialogue.” Carriker Smothers’ new 192-page paperback guide book from the Disney Editions publishing imprint goes on sale Tuesday, Nov. 16. “Walt’s Disneyland” covers familiar ground from the unique perspective of...
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    MTV Ashley Mitchell It was a heated week in “The Challenge” world as the fallout from Ashley Mitchell’s disqualification was felt, with fans and cast members chiming in on the situation. The two-time champ was removed from the game during the last episode of “Spies, Lies and Allies” following a rule break that happened off-camera, and since not a lot of information was given by the network, there has been a lot of speculation about it online. On November 14, divisive “Challenge” star Paulie Calafiore commented on the situation, writing on Twitter, “I can’t speak on the Ashley situation, I wasn’t there. I can speak on the same group of weak vet competitors that only band together cause they can’t win anything otherwise. Mob mentality bullies. Period.” Paulie has made his fair share of enemies on “The Challenge” during his time on the show and he hasn’t shied away from making big statements on social media and his latest comment is just one of many bold statements. The “Big Brother” star has been away from “The Challenge” for...
    Mediaite is looking for an ambitious and energetic writer to cover breaking news in politics, media, entertainment and everything in between. You would be covering all of the latest news from the White House to cable news studios in New York. In the end, you are a media critic. You will be read by all of the most important people in media and politics.​ If you think that you have what it takes to move the news cycle, then we want to talk to you. Requirements: – Ability to work nights, handling our coverage of breaking news through prime time and the late night shows – An in-depth knowledge of the world of news, politics, and media, including online personalities, major cable and broadcast networks, leading columnists, and general thought-leaders – Ability to find issues bubbling up in the conservative or liberal media world before they have been widely reported​ – A clear understanding of how Twitter, Facebook, user-generated content, and viral videos are shaping the news cycle – Strong news judgment and an eye for underreported content and...
    (CNN)Hanif Abdurraqib only ever wanted to publish one book, a book of poems. That was it.Now, the poet (and writer, sneakerhead, failed musician and average baker) has written five books in just as many years. His latest, "A Little Devil in America: Notes in Praise of Black Performance," was published in March, and quickly gathered a wide range of accolades, becoming a finalist for the National Book Award.In between writing, Abdurraqib hasn't slowed down. Last year, he started 68to05, an archival project where writers can publish essays on albums that mean a lot to them. He started hosting "Object of Sound," a podcast about music and culture. In July, he was named an editor for Tin House, a prestigious literary book publisher, and is set to acquire three books. Then, in September, Abdurraqib was awarded the prestigious MacArthur Fellowship, colloquially known as the "genius grant." Though not the only accolade attached to his name, it may be among the most prestigious. CNN spoke with Abdurraqib about writing, the poetry in basketball, and his disinterest in the idea of genius.This conversation...
    The acclaimed novelist Wilbur Smith has died aged 88, according to a statement from the author’s official website. The cause of his death was not confirmed. “Global bestselling author Wilbur Smith died unexpectedly this afternoon at his Cape Town home after a morning of reading and writing with his wife Niso by his side,” the statement said. Born in Zambia in 1933, Smith was the son of sheet-metal worker Herbert Smith and mother, Elfreda, acording to the website. When he was 18 months he was diagnosed with cerebral malaria, but recovered. At the age of eight he went to boarding school in South Africa, where he spent his formative years reading Ernest Hemingway. Smith’s bout with polio at the age of 16 inspired his character Garrick Courtney, from the 17-book Courtney novel series. With a 50 years-long career under his belt, and 49 novels to his name, he was celebrated for his historical fiction and described as an “undisputed and inimitable master of adventure writing” by his official website. Each one of his novels, including his 1964 debut book “When...
    Connect! Unite! Act! is a weekly series that seeks to create face-to-face networks in each congressional district. Groups meet regularly to socialize, get out the vote, support candidates, and engage in other local political actions that help our progressive movement grow and exert influence on the powers that be. Visit us every week to see how you can get involved! At our writer’s workshop this September, and going back through Netroots Nations, one of the subjects I remember addressing several times was how difficult it can be to talk about issues that hit close to home. These issues have an emotional weight on us, and when we write about these issues we want someone to write back to us in the comments with support. We want to know that someone is reading what we have just put down in a story and understands it, or asks to know more. Daily Kos has offered our community and our staff opportunities to talk about truly complex issues and to express how we feel to a community we hope will support us, for...
    DEPTFORD, N.J. (CBSNewYork) — Singer-songwriter Crystal Waters is best known for her dance music hits, but her journey to the top of the charts took a very unusual path. CBS2’s Elise Finch spoke to the New Jersey native about her career. READ MORE: Convicted Sex Offender Howard Shaw Charged With Attempted Rape After Allegedly Attacking Jogger On Second Day Of ParoleWaters is best known for her hit songs “Gypsy Woman” and “100% Pure Love,” but her musical journey started long before she ever recorded a single note. Born and raised in Deptford, just outside of Philadelphia, Waters’ family was filled with musicians, starting with her great aunt, the legendary singer and actress Ethel Waters. “Growing up, we always talked about Ethel Waters and, you know, how famous she was. And my father was a jazz musician,” Crystal Waters said. “There was always music in the house, he had a band, my brother was in a band, my sister sang.” Waters says writing was her forte. “Because I was very shy, I took creative writing classes, and it was my outlet,”‘...
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    SAN JOSE, Calif. -- Augustine "Augie" Ruiz Jr. has worked for the United States Postal Service for more than five decades."I can't claim that I was around when Benjamin Franklin was our first Postmaster General, but I've seen at least 17 Postmaster Generals come and go in the period of time I've been with the United States Postal Service," Ruiz says with a smile.For Ruiz, writing letters has always held a special place in his heart."It's that human connection that a letter brings to you. It's much different than texting somebody or sending them an emoji because the connection between the brain, the hand the heart, they're all connected," Ruiz explains, "It shows the importance of a letter if you wrote it. It takes time and effort to write a letter."In fact, one of his most memorable "mail moments" as he calls them involved writing letters to the woman who would become his wife."After a blind date in the early sixties, she got on a Greyhound bus, went back to San Francisco. I got on the train, shipped out on...
    A Spanish bishop who quit the clergy to be with his sexologist lover has been accused of being 'possessed' after finding a new job exporting pig semen.  Xavier Novell, 52, announced three months ago that he was resigning from his post as Bishop of Solsona in Catalonia for 'strictly personal reasons'. He has since found work with Semen Cardona - a global company which makes and exports high-quality pig semen to more than 20 countries in Europe, America, Asia and Africa, reports Spanish media outlet ABC. Ex-colleagues have reportedly condemned his switch in profession, with some clergymen believing he was 'possessed by the devil'.  Novell first hit headlines in September after news site Religion Digital revealed he had fallen for 38-year-old Silvia Caballol, a divorced author of erotic novels. The ex-bishop said he had 'fallen in love' and 'wanted to do the right thing.' Xavier Novell (pictured above), 52, announced three months ago that he was resigning from his post as Bishop of Solsona in Catalonia for 'strictly personal reasons' Novell first hit headlines in September after news site Religion...
    (CNN)No one was more surprised than poet Maggie Smith that writing herself a daily pep talk during the unraveling of her 18-year marriage actually helped her feel better. Those little missives, notes-to-self tweeted out daily, resonated deeply with readers, who printed them, made them into screen savers, pinned them up on corkboards and refrigerators, and even stitched them into needlepoint. That groundswell of response from people who wanted to hold onto Smith's meditations led her to publish "Keep Moving: Notes on Loss, Creativity and Change." The book's success drove her to release the follow-up "Keep Moving: The Journal," a 52-exercise workbook for cultivating hope and renewal, on October 26. With passages, prompts and blank pages, her latest publication is the formal incarnation of the DIY approach that some of Smith's followers had already been practicing — using her words to spur them to write through their own challenges. Poet Maggie Smith found solace in writing daily as her marriage fell apart."It hadn't occurred to me that a drowning person could throw anyone else a rope," Smith explained, until readers convinced...
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    Bill Maher is mad at me. And I've never even met the man. I guess you could say we're from different worlds. He's on the West Coast. I'm on the East. He's a political comedian. I'm a public school teacher. He's a multimillionaire. I can barely make ends meet. What could I possibly do to provoke the ire of this man so much so that he took aim at me on his HBO TV show? As near as I can tell, it started when I wrote a blog. Then people read that blog. It got popular and was republished throughout the Internet. And Maher disagrees with what I wrote. In fact, the very idea annoyed him as a prime example of namby-pamby liberals taking their agenda too far. What did I write in the article? Only that standardized testing is a tool of white supremacy. In fact, that was the title of the article, which seems to be about as far as Bill read because he ignored any arguments, facts or historical citations in the piece. On...
    The Nordstrom Black Friday Sale Started Early - Shop Our Favorite Discounts So Far Philadelphia Eagles run the ball well, but cant stop Chargers QB Justin Herbert when it mattered most Meredith Grey’s future remains unwritten. Grey’s Anatomy creator Shonda Rhimes revealed that she has plotted many endings to the long running ABC medical drama — but not a single one served as the series finale. © Jim Smeal/Shutterstock Shonda Rhimes and Ellen Pompeo. A Timeline of All the 'Grey's Anatomy' Behind-the-Scenes Drama Read article “I’ve written the end of that series, I want to say, a good eight times,” Rhimes, 51, told Variety in an interview published Sunday, November 7. “I was like, ‘And that will be the end!’ Or, ‘That’ll be the final thing that’s ever said or done!’ And all of those things have already happened. So I give up on that, you know what I mean?” The creator of Grey’s Anatomy has taken a step back. Rhimes handed the showrunning reins over to executive producer Krista Vernoff several years ago, so she might not make...
    An anti-vaxxer Oklahoma nurse who wrote poetry about the 'plandemic' and 'healthcare genocide' died of complications from COVID-19, after claiming the vaccine killed people.  Steve Shurden, 58, from Tulsa, battled the virus for three weeks and eventually passed away on October 19. Steve and his wife, Teresa, a vocational nurse, were very vocal on Facebook about their anti-vaccine stances, constantly sharing misinformation about COVID.   Steve also shared his right-wing, pro-Trump, politically charged poetry on a daily basis until his hospitalization on September 28.  After Steve's death, his wife did not seem regretful that her husband chose to refuse the vaccine, which could have increased his chances at survival while battling the illness. Teresa shared that Steve had 'made it' to heaven and that she wished they had gone together.   Steven Shurden, 58, from Tulsa, battled the virus for three weeks and eventually passed away on October 19. Steve and his wife, Teresa, a vocational Nurse, were very vocal on Facebook about their anti-vaccine stances, constantly sharing misinformation about COVID On Facebook, Steve shared his right-wing, pro-Trump, politically charged poetry on...
    The official trailer for the Michael B. Jordan-starring drama feature A Journal For Jordan was released on Sony Pictures Entertainment's official YouTube channel on Wednesday. In the video, the 34-year-old performer was seen playing deceased Sergeant Charles Monroe King while exploring the difficulties of maintaining a relationship while actively serving in the military. The Denzel Washington-directed feature is based on Dana Canedy's book A Journal for Jordan: A Story of Love and Honor, which was released in 2008. A new look: The official trailer for the Michael B. Jordan-starring drama feature A Journal For Jordan was released on Wednesday The trailer begins with King opening a gift from the writer, played by Chante Adams, giving her husband a journal so he could tell his unborn son 'who you are, what you believe in.' He is then seen writing an entry and tells his child through a voiceover that 'the moment I met your mother, I knew she was the one.' RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Michael B Jordan gushes that he's 'blown away' by girlfriend......
    NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — As it kicks off its campaign to benefit Make-A-Wish, Macy’s has a message for shoppers in Queens. Macy’s Queens Center unveiled three large murals curated by Reynaldo Rosa, a former Wish recipient. READ MORE: 8-Year-Old Violet Spiliotes, Cancer Survivor, Shares Her Message Of Hope: 'Keep Believing'They’re to inspire participation in Macy’s letter-writing campaign to Santa. READ MORE: Make-A-Wish Teen Gets Special Day At Macy's On National Believe DayFor every letter sent through Macy’s online or in stores, the company will donate $1, and up to $1 million, to the Make-A-Wish Foundation. MORE NEWS: Make-A-Wish Fixes Up Car For LI Teen Who Beat CancerCBS2’s Cindy Hsu will have more on this story on the News at 6 p.m.
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    On a wet and windy Halloween weekend, Jes Staley’s six-year career at the top of Barclays came to an abrupt end.  From the moment the Financial Conduct Authority told the bank about its preliminary findings late on Friday, the writing was on the wall for the 64-yearold American.  What followed was a frantic weekend of calls, meetings and emails between board members as they raced to finalise his £2.5million severance package and anoint his successor.  Jes Staley (pictured with wife Debora) was forced to resign as Barclays boss after the Financial Conduct Authority alerted the bank to its findings over his relationship to Jeffery Epstein Sources said all board members were involved on Saturday and Sunday with most of the discussions taking place via conference call.  RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Staley's exit was overdue: Barclays boss's links to Jeffery... City stunned as Venkat takes on the Barclays hot seat: But... LV bosses urged to come clean over what they'll earn from... BT share surge after it hits milestone £1bn cost-cutting... ...
    Charles Barkley dropped some incredible advice on how to survive cancel culture, saying “don’t put it in writing” and do it the “old fashion way” when you “talk bad about people.” “I’ve never sent an email,” the sports analyst shared during his appearance on The Steam Room with Ernie Johnson. The comments were noted by OutKick in a piece published Monday. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football) “I know how to respond,” he added, the outlet reported. “I don’t know how to do one. I don’t know how to initiate one. But I do, I can respond. I will admit that.” (RELATED: Charles Barkley Says Coach K’s Daughter Raided His Minibar When He Played On The Dream Team) Charles Barkley is the greatest quote in sports media history. Barkley on emails costing people their jobs: “I talk bad about people the old fashioned way, behind their back. I don’t put it in writing.” https://t.co/NzgIiblEOI — Clay Travis (@ClayTravis) November 1, 2021 “To all you idiots, fools, and jackasses out there, it’s alright to talk...
    Meghan Markle was hailed 'classy' after buying coffee for employees working overtime to campaign for paid family and medical leave in the US after writing to politicians pleading for it to be made a 'national right'.  The Duchess of Sussex gifted workers at PL+US, a group running a national campaign to win paid family and medical leave by 2022, a $25 Starbucks voucher through her non-profit Archewell.  Earlier this month, Meghan, 40, penned an impassioned plea to senior congress members on proposed parental and sick leave legislation, writing not as a 'politician', but an ‘engaged citizen and a parent….and as a mom’.  Neil Sroka, the director of communications for the group, took to Twitter to write: 'The Duchess of Sussex (aka #MeghanMarkle) bought everyone at @PaidLeaveUS a few cups of coffee while we're working overtime to #SavePaidLeave.  Meghan Markle, pictured at her home in California, was hailed 'classy' after buying coffee for employees working overtime to campaign for paid family and medical leave in the US after writing to politicians pleading for it to be made a 'national right' The Duchess of...
    The writer of Tucker Carlson’s controversial documentary series on the Jan. 6 Capitol riot previously directed films made by far-right figures, including a leading promoter of the Pizzagate conspiracy theory, an virulent anti-refugee activist, and an alt-right comic book writer whose lead superhero’s outfit resembles a Confederate flag. Los Angeles-based filmmaker Scooter Downey will likely reach his biggest stage yet on Monday, when Fox News plans to air the first part of Carlson’s three-part Patriot Purge movie. A series trailer, which aired Wednesday evening on Fox News, included the false claim that the riot was a “false flag” meant to attack conservatives. The series also appeared to include a sympathetic interview with Ali Alexander, who has been subpoenaed by the Jan. 6 Select Committee for his role in organizing a pro-Trump rally in front of Congress that eventually turned violent. Carlson’s series has already sparked backlash, with fellow Fox News mainstay Geraldo Rivera calling his colleague’s promotion of false conspiracy theories about the riot “bullshit.” But Downey’s role in the Fox production, and his past working for conspiracy theorists and...
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    NEW YORK (CBS) — CBS 2 and Vice President and News Director Jeff Harris was in New York Wednesday night to accept the prestigious Radio Television Digital News Association national Edward R. Murrow Award the station won for overall excellence, and CBS 2 Investigator and main anchor Brad Edwards accepted a national Murrow Award for writing excellence. READ MORE: Investigators Raid Three Locations Of Parlor Pizza RestaurantThey say journalism is a thankless business – if you’re not ruffling a few feathers, you’re not doing your job. Here at CBS 2, we investigate stories that bring change to laws and communities – and we are very proud that our dedication has earned us such prestigious honors. For the overall excellence award, CBS 2 was recognized for its investigative work, including its long-running series on the Chicago Police Department officers raiding the homes of innocent residents. The station also submitted its coverage of widespread unrest in the city following the death of George Floyd. The entry also included Brad Edwards’ Getting Hosed series, exposing how the city charges residents for...
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    (CNN)There is a moment in the beginning of the new book from Christine Pride and Jo Piazza that is written from the perspective of a 14-year-old Black boy.He is having a nightmare about being shot by police officers and imagines the school picture his mom would use when he dies and his death would become news. The work is fictional, but the writing allows you to see the world through a different lens.Throughout their novel, uncomfortable events happen which start exactly the kind of conversation Pride and Piazza wanted their book, "We Are Not Like Them," to tackle. The story centers around a White woman named Jen and a Black woman named Riley, who are forced to deal with race after Jen's police officer husband is involved in the shooting of a Black teen. The two used their own friendship -- Pride is Black and Piazza is White -- as a starting point. Read More"For us, writing together as a Black woman and a White woman, and as friends who became friends late in life, we had never talked about...
    Emily Ratajkowski has shared her anguish over her decision to accuse Robin Thicke of groping her in her new book, saying her 'beliefs and politics evolved' to the point where she couldn't remain silent any longer.  Ratajkowski was 21 years old when she danced topless in the video for the song, a massive hit that spent 12 weeks atop the Billboard Hot 100. Earlier this month, the model accused singer Robin Thicke, 44, of 'groping' her bare breasts as they shot the suggestive clip in 2013. On Thursday, she took to Instagram to offer a further explanation of why she made the claim.  She said she included an essay about her experiences on set in her new book, My Body, because 'it says so much about the evolution of my beliefs and politics.'  'I had a hard time writing that essay for a bunch of different reasons,' Emily began in a lengthy post shared during an Instagram Q&A on Thursday Earlier this month, the 30-year-old model accused singer Robin Thicke of 'groping' her bare breasts as they shot the suggestive music video...
    MAYA Millete's husband reportedly sent an ominous text saying he was "shaking inside, ready to snap" on the last night that the mother of three was seen alive. Larry Millete was arrested on Tuesday for Maya's murder after being named as a person of interest in her disappearance earlier this year. 3Larry Millete was arrested on TuesdayCredit: Family handout 3Miya Millete has been missing since January 7Credit: Facebook The body of the 40-year-old mom has never been found and her family is desperately seeking information about her whereabouts. Maya was last seen at her home in Chula Vista, near San Diego, on January 7. Cops were handed audio of gunshots during an alleged row with her husband on the day she vanished, the family's private investigator claims. She has also reportedly scheduled an appointment to meet with a divorce lawyer on January 12. Maya's family had previously hit out that she had been missing for nine months with no indication of any progress in the search. However, officials revealed the arrest on Tuesday after reportedly...
    NEWCASTLE fans finally got their wish with Steve Bruce given the boot. His sacking comes after a dismal run of results, and more significantly, an ambitious Saudi takeover that is planning to completely overhaul the club. 9Steve Bruce was sacked by Newcastle after a run of dismal resultsCredit: Getty 9The ex Man Utd captain has always been a loveable figure in the gameCredit: News Group Newspapers Ltd The fans will be delighted after voicing their unhappiness in the stands at St James' Park for the past year. But, whatever they say about the ex-Man Utd star, you can't help but love some of the things he's done, even if you don't agree with some of his decisions in running the football club. From hosting the worst house party EVER to writing Agatha Christie style mystery novels revolving around the beautiful game, here's seven reasons why he's loveable. RUBBISH PARTY In 1993, Manchester United ended a 26-year run without a title by lifting the Premier League without playing a game. Once Oldham beat title rivals Aston Villa, Bruce rallied the troops...
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    Photo by Dave DeckerCreative Loafing Tampa Bay is now looking for paid editorial interns to join our team for the spring 2021 semester. Covering everything from local news, food, music and arts, CL interns will work closely with our editorial staff learning how to report, write, fact check and interact with millions of Tampa Bay area residents. Candidates must demonstrate excellent writing and critical thinking skills, and be enrolled in a program that will offer them credit for their internship. CL’s internship adheres to most college schedules, and runs for the fall, summer and spring semesters.  Working with CL is a great way to learn about the roles and responsibilities of alt-weeklies, and how we fit in a vast media landscape. Many of our former interns continue to work with CL as staff, contributors, and photographers.   If you think you'd thrive working in a fast-paced environment, please send a resume and two writing samples to editor@cltampa.com.  The deadline for applications is Nov 29, 2021. Send anonymous news tips to cltampabay_tips@protonmail.com. Support local journalism in these crazy days. Our small but mighty...