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    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...
    Texas Democrat Candace Valenzuela, who very narrowly failed to flip a longtime GOP suburban House seat The Daily Kos Elections Morning Digest is compiled by David Nir, Jeff Singer, Stephen Wolf, Carolyn Fiddler, and Matt Booker, with additional contributions from David Jarman, Steve Singiser, Daniel Donner, James Lambert, David Beard, and Arjun Jaikumar. Leading Off ● Pres-by-CD: Our project to calculate the 2020 presidential results for all 435 congressional districts nationwide goes to Texas, where the GOP gerrymander helped the party hold on to 23 of the state's 36 U.S. House seats despite several Republican retirements. You can find our detailed calculations here, a large-size map of the results here, and our permanent, bookmarkable link for all 435 districts here. Donald Trump defeated Joe Biden in Texas 52-46 four years after he beat Hillary Clinton 52-43 in the Lone Star State, a shift due in part to a decline in...
    The Texas A&M Aggies were the first team out of the College Football Playoff field for 2020.Texas A&M football fans have to be livid about their favorite team not making the College Football Playoff, despite having an 8-1 record and the Aggies’ only loss being to the No. 1 Alabama Crimson Tide. The Aggies were fighting for the No. 4 spot with Notre Dame, but the playoff committee determined the Fighting Irish had a better resume and they made the field with Alabama, Clemson and Ohio State. Texas A&M is on the outside looking in because of these reasons. Here is why Texas A&M failed to make the College Football Playoff3. Not winning a division and missing another game took away two crucial data points.This is a strange year, but missing two key data points did not help the Aggies make the four-team field. Though they went 8-1 and won their...
    MIKE TYSON has insisted he is still up for a huge trilogy fight against old rival Evander Holyfield. But Iron Mike has slated the 58-year-old's representatives for failing to make the fight happen. 4Mike Tyson looked fighting fit as he made his comeback at the weekendCredit: USA TODAY Sports Tyson returned to the ring this weekend to take on Roy Jones Jr in an exhibition bout. The showdown between the pair - with a combined age of 105 - ended as a draw. But the ex-heavyweight champion confirmed after the draw that he will fight again. Holyfield's name was immediately mentioned as an option - but he is set to make a sensational boxing comeback to fight Glenn McCrory in April. Tyson said: "Maybe Evander needs to talk to me because every time my business associates talk to his business associates, it doesn't turn out well. "If you...
    AUGUSTA, Ga. — The Bryson DeChambeau Project didn’t go as planned at the Masters this week. DeChambeau, who entered the week as the betting favorite, finished tied for 34th place. Officially, DeChambeau finished 2-under par, 18 shots behind winner Dustin Johnson. If you go by what DeChambeau’s estimated par is for him at Augusta National — 67 because of his length and ability to reach the par-5s in two — he finished 18 shots over par. He finished two shots better for the week than his 63-year-old final-round playing partner, Bernhard Langer. “At the beginning of the week I felt like I could have a great chance to win the tournament if I just played my game,” DeChambeau said. “I made way too many mistakes that I’ve got to talk about with my caddie and go, ‘Hey, how do we not make these mistakes anymore, how can we work better...
    President TrumpDonald John TrumpGiuliani goes off on Fox Business host after she compares him to Christopher Steele Trump looks to shore up support in Nebraska NYT: Trump had 7 million in debt mostly tied to Chicago project forgiven MORE early Wednesday defended his business practices as a real estate developer, after The New York Times reported that he failed to pay hundreds of millions of dollars in debt, most of it related to a Chicago property, that was forgiven by lenders. “As a developer long ago, and continuing to this day, the politicians ran Chicago into the ground. I was able to make an appropriately great deal with the numerous lenders on a large and very beautiful tower. Doesn’t that make me a smart guy rather than a bad guy?” Trump tweeted. As a developer long ago, and continuing to this day, the politicians ran Chicago into the ground. I...
    The weekly data of BARC for the period of September 26, 2020 to October 2, 2020 are out. We have usual suspects like Kundali Bhagya (Zee TV), Saath Nibhana Saathiya (Star Utsav), Kumkum Bhagya (Zee TV) and Anupamaa (Star Maa), along with Taarak Mehta Ka Ooltah Chashmah (SAB TV) roosting in the top slots. However, a significant programme missing here in Kaun Banega Crorepati 12. Kaun Banega Crorepati 12: Amitabh Bachchan’s and His Quiz Show Receive Warm Welcome from Twitterati. The popular quiz show, hosted by Amitabh Bachchan, is considered as one of the most beloved reality shows on the small screen. Yes, the initial gloss has managed to fade over, but Amitabh Bachchan’s huge stature and fan following he commands kept KBC in the running for years. KBC 12 began airing on September 28, 2020 on Sony Entertainment Television channel. Though another programme on the same channel – India’s Best Dancer...
    (CNN)Lionel Messi says he had Barcelona's best interests at heart when announcing that he wanted to leave the club in August.The Argentine and the Barcelona board, specifically president Josep Bartomeu, became embroiled in a bitter public dispute after Messi sent a letter informing them of his desire find a new club.The 33-year-old admitted he had wanted to leave "all year" and claimed a clause in his contract meant he could do so for free, but in the end the Argentine was forced to stay as Barcelona disagreed and wasn't willing to reduce its €700 million ($897 million) release clause.Messi said his love for the club meant he had no intention of disputing the club's decision in court and dragging out a legal dispute.READ: Lionel Messi aims a dig at Barcelona hierarchy after posting emotional farewell to Luis SuarezRead MoreREAD: Lionel Messi says he will 'continue' at Barcelona after wanting to...
    BILLIONAIRE Vince McMahon has fallen off the list of the richest Americans after a disastrous 2020. The WWE boss is still worth $1.8billion (£1.4bn) but failed to make the Forbes 400 list of the richest US citizens. 2WWE boss McMahon has failed to make the Forbes 400Credit: Getty Images - Getty Shares of the 75-year-old's media and live events company slid a whopping 30 per cent in the seven months of the year, say Forbes. McMahon also spent some $200m (£154m) to relaunch XFL as a direct competitor to the NFL. But the coronavirus pandemic forced the company to cancel its season in March and just weeks later it filed for bankruptcy. McMahon has called some tough shots in WWE to try to save cash. In April, the wrestling behemoth furloughed "a portion" of its workforce and cut board member salaries. That was believed to have led to monthly savings...
    Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden unleashed a stinging indictment of President Donald Trump’s handling the Covid-19 pandemic during his Democratic National Convention acceptance speech: “He’s failed to protect America. And, my fellow Americans, that is unforgivable.” Biden spent a large chunk of his speech focusing on the singular issue that has inflicted multiple, unprecedented crises upon the country. His judgment of Trump’s performance was meticulous and unsparing. “As president the first step I will take will be to get control of the virus that has ruined so many lives because I understand something this president hasn’t from the beginning: We will never get our economy back on track, we will never get our kids safely back in schools, we’ll never have our lives back until we deal with this virus,” Biden said. “The tragedy of where we are today is it didn’t have to be this bad. Just look around....
    CNN’s Dana Bash spoke with Senator Joni Ernst (R- Iowa) Sunday morning and asked her about the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. In particular, Bash brought up Ernst’s criticism of the previous administration’s handling of Ebola. When she was a candidate for Senate in 2014, Ernst knocked “failed leadership” from both her Democratic opponent and from President Barack Obama. “Only two people in the US died from Ebola,” Bash said. “Right now there are almost 130,000 Americans dead from coronavirus. So if President Obama showed failed leadership then, do you think President Trump is showing failed leadership now?” Ernst said that “we all have responsibility in stopping the spread” before talking about the importance of mask-wearing and social distancing. “We all should do our part to make sure that we are protecting others as well. So this is a virus that’s not going to go away soon. We want to make...
    This is not normal. As anti-racism protests grip the nation, the citizens of the District of Columbia have endured a living nightmare under Donald Trump. Police attacked journalists with impunity; Washington, D.C. protesters were labeled as “terrorists” by the president; and unmarked, anonymous militias were unleashed on the people. Hundreds of soldiers from the 82nd Airborne, who serve as a presidential ceremonial unit, were issued bayonets and live ammunition for possible use against protesters in the district. It was just last month that Trump called the armed white supremacists who stormed the Michigan Capitol “very good people,” and even said the governor should make a deal with them. Yet unarmed, peaceful people of color—who dared to march just for the right to exist—were assaulted, violated, and rounded up. National Guard units deployed to the nation’s capital on Trump’s orders were ordered to use extremely aggressive tactics against civilians. A military helicopter utilized dangerous...
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