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    The Bee Gees’ Barry Gibb is getting candid about his life.  Gibb — who is the sole surviving member of the Bee Gees — reflected on a number of topics including his upcoming music, his family, The Bee Gees’ recent HBO documentary and his biggest life regret in a new interview with Al Roker for "Today."  In speaking on his new music, Gibb, 74, cited the loss of his brothers as to what inspired him to re-enter the studio once more. "Suddenly being on your own, which is where I ended up — no matter how much I missed my brothers — I needed to be active," Gibb revealed. "That was the greatest therapy [was] to get back in the saddle." DOLLY PARTON, BEE GEES' BARRY GIBB TEAM UP FOR DUET VERSION OF 'WORDS' Robin Gibb died at the age of 62 in 2012 while Maurice Gibb was 53 when he died in 2003....
    ROMELU LUKAKU has revealed he loves Manchester United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and has no regrets over moving to Chelsea. The Inter Milan striker also claimed he bench pressed 100kg as a 15-year-old. 3Romelu Lukaku has been a huge success since moving to Inter MilanCredit: Rex Features 3Lukaku has no regrets about moving to Chelsea to play under Jose MourinhoCredit: Getty Images - Getty Lukaku made these revelations during a Twitter Q&A session with fans which featured questions on a variety of subjects. The powerful striker has never lacked power as he bench pressed 100kg as a teenager. But Lukaku admitted he has not bench pressed for 12 years as he has focused on his football career. Lukaku was asked about his relationship with Solskjaer at United and his views on his ability as a manager. The Belgium star was very positive about his former boss...
    Jorge Javier Vázquez, who stars in the first gay and VIP throne in the history of Women and men and vice versa, is still willing to find love on Cuatro’s dating show. Meanwhile, each day that the presenter of Save me opens more and share secrets and family intimacies with the audience. One of them has to do with his mother, whom he adores, and to whom he has referred. Thus, the Catalan said that, when his mother knew that he would be a tronista of the program in which he is already his new professional facet, she opened up to him, indicating her fears and giving him some advice. “My mother has told me to be careful and not to lie to me” “My mother has told me to be careful and not to lie to me,” explained the new tronista. “He tells me: ‘watch out, watch out,...
    $100M lawsuit alleges negligence by power company, grid operator led to Texas boys death during winter storm Dozens of whales strand at notorious New Zealand bay You’ve probably heard the saying “Rome wasn’t built in a day.” © Sipa/Shutterstock Buffett, Cramer, Orman — their biggest regrets But those just getting into investing would do well to heed the lesser-known second half of that expression: “But it burned in one.” Even the world’s most famous investors have been epically burned once or twice as their empires gradually grew. On the bright side, there’s plenty the rest of us can learn from their mistakes even if we’re just regular folk using investing apps to make deals. Grab some popcorn and let’s go over these famous investors’ most painful investing regrets. Warren Buffett © Provided by MoneyWise Larry W Smith/EPA/Shutterstock The regret: Buying his own company. Warren Buffett first invested in Berkshire...
    By BARBARA ORTUTAY and TALI ARBEL, AP Technology Writers For years, Facebook has been in a defensive crouch amid a slew of privacy scandals, antitrust lawsuits and charges that it was letting hate speech and extremism destroy democracy. Early Thursday, though, it abruptly pivoted to take the offensive in Australia, where it lowered the boom on publishers and the government with a sudden decision to block news on its platform across the entire country. That power play — a response to an Australian law that would compel Facebook to pay publishers for using their news stories — might easily backfire, given how concerned many governments have grown about the company's unchecked influence over society, democracy and political discourse. But it's still a startling reminder of just how much power CEO Mark Zuckerberg can wield at the touch of a figurative button. “Zuckerberg’s flex here shows how he can disrupt global...
    For years, Facebook has been in a defensive crouch amid a slew of privacy scandals, antitrust lawsuits and charges that it was letting hate speech and extremism destroy democracy. Early Thursday, though, it abruptly pivoted to take the offensive in Australia, where it lowered the boom on publishers and the government with a sudden decision to block news on its platform across the entire country. That power play — a response to an Australian law that would compel Facebook to pay publishers for using their news stories — might easily backfire, given how concerned many governments have grown about the company’s unchecked influence over society, democracy and political discourse. But it’s still a startling reminder of just how much power CEO Mark Zuckerberg can wield at the touch of a figurative button. “Zuckerberg’s flex here shows how he can disrupt global access to the news in a heartbeat,” said Jennifer...
    GAZING at the baby in her arms, Emily should have felt nothing but love for her newborn son.  But sadly she was wrestling with feelings no mother wants to admit. Had she made a mistake? 8Bristolian Emily struggled with postnatal depression after the birth of her son Robin “As lovely as Robin was, I wasn’t sure being a mum was the right thing for me,” says Emily. “I really struggled with the sleep deprivation. And while he was a lovely baby, I felt I didn’t love him as much as I should. If I had known how hard it was going to be, I’m not sure I’d have gone through with having a baby.”  According to the NHS, more than one in ten women in the UK struggle with postnatal depression and can feel disconnected from their newborns. Those who go on to have feelings of parental regret, like 38-year-old...
    THE Serpent's Jenna Coleman has revealed her biggest regret from the BBC finale - and the bizarre item she pinched from set. The 34-year-old actress played Marie-Andrée Leclerc, the lover and accomplice of real life serial killer Charles Sobhraj in the eight-part BBC drama, which concluded on Sunday night. 4The Serpent's Jenna Coleman has revealed the bizarre item she pinched from setCredit: BBC The finale saw the couple finally arrested after they had murdered dozens of young backpackers in Thailand and Nepal in the 1970s. The drama revealed Marie died of ovarian cancer at the age of just 38, eight years after their arrest, while Charles served time in prison before living as a free man in France before being imprisoned once again after returning to Nepal in 2003. Filming mainly took place in Bangkok, and the cast were all kitted out in 1970s clothing, and Jenna...
    Anna Sorokin, who claimed to be a German heiress named Anna Delvey, during her trial in April 2019. Mary Altaffer/AP In her first post-prison interview, Anna Sorokin — AKA Anna Delvey — says being behind bars was "a huge waste of time." She's now working on "Anna Delvey TV" to take back control of her narrative, as well as a memoir about prison. She also isn't dwelling on the past: "I'm just trying to fix things and move on." Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. After nearly four years behind bars, Anna Sorokin was released from prison Thursday. Sorokin — who also goes by Anna Delvey — became famous in 2018, following stories in Vanity Fair and New York magazine about her living a lavish lifestyle and grifting her way through Manhattan's socialite scene while posing as a German heiress with a $60 million trust fund. The New...
    Participate actively in the social networks can cause headaches. For example, when the user realizes that what he has just uploaded is inconvenient, he plays against him or can make him look bad with other friends. Also due to unintentional typing errors or because, after a few hours, many negative responses have been received. What to do in those cases? Fortunately, Facebook offers solutions. First it is necessary to go to the publication where we made the comment. Once found, we must click on the message for a few seconds until a pop-up menu with different options is displayed. You just have to click on the button Remove, so that the message is completely erased. In case the message does not appear, for example, because it is a response to another comment from any other user, we just have to look for it patiently and once located, follow the...
    Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene publicly expressed regret for her past support for conspiracy theories such as QAnon and addressed other statements from recent years in a floor speech before the House voted on a measure to strip her from her committee posts. And in doing so, the freshman Georgia House member placed blame on the press for elevating claims of collusion between Russia and former President Donald Trump's 2016 campaign. "I started seeing things in the news that didn't make sense to me, like Russian collusion, which are conspiracy theories also and have been proven so, these things bothered me deeply," Greene said. “And I realized just watching CNN or Fox News, I may not find the truth. And so, what I did is I started looking up things on the internet, asking questions, like most people do every day.” That is when, she said, she stumbled...
    Dear Moneyist, I am seeking advice on how to get over a terrible mistake I made. I did not care for my aged father. I am the oldest of three brothers. One of my brothers took his own life, and my other brother did not want anything to do with the family. My father was entirely dependent on me. I tried my best to care, but something snapped in me and 8 months later, I sent him back to India and never wanted to see him again. I visited him. He was lonely, but my heart did not respond the way it should. Six months after my last visit and 3 weeks before I was going to visit him again, he passed away. Since then I have been plagued by enormous guilt and regret. He was a good father, except everything had to be his way. But I know...
    TEEN Mom Catelynn Lowell shared she and her husband Tyler Baltierra "don't regret" placing their oldest daughter Carly, 11, for adoption. The MTV mom added she never questions "that decision." ????  Follow all our latest news & stories on Teen Mom. 6Catelynn shared she and her husband Tyler 'don't regret' placing their oldest daughter Carly, 11, for adoptionCredit: Getty Images - Getty 6The MTV mom added she never questions 'that decision'Credit: Refer to Caption Catelynn, 28, told E! News: "I think sometimes we think about how weird it would be to have an 11-year-old right now. "That would be crazy. We know that we made the right decision. We don't ever second-guess that decision at all." She added of how the adoption impacted her relationship with her husband, Tyler, 29: "Honestly, we both really do agree that if we would have parented her at the age of 17—with everything that...
    When I was a youngin’ on Neopets, my favorite aspect of the game was collecting “secret avatars.” These avatars were how players would represent themselves on the Neopets message boards; avatars that were harder to earn came with tons of clout. You’d need specific pets in specific colors to earn some of the avatars, high scores in games for others, and just pure dumb luck for a chunk of them. As an adult, I still play Neopets sometimes, and these avatars still appeal to me. Maybe that’s why I decided to try and grind for all these pixel icons before Google Chrome stopped supporting Flash. I didn’t want to think back on my neo-life with neo-regrets. Ultimately, I just think they’re neat. Maybe it’s the 50-by-50 pixel aesthetic or maybe it’s my obsession with collecting various things. Regardless, once I heard that Chrome’s support for Flash had been extended from...
    HARRY KANE and Son Heung-min NEED to win trophies with Tottenham or risk regretting it in future, claims Glenn Hoddle. The deadly duo helped Spurs to another 3-1 win at Sheffield United yesterday as Jose Mourinho's side push towards a Premier League title charge. The telepathic strike-force have also helped them to a Carabao Cup final against Manchester City at Wembley in April. 2Glenn Hoddle has issued a warning to Spurs duo Kane and SonCredit: Getty But with Tottenham's last silverware coming in that competition back in 2008 – Hoddle believes they need to win more trophies to fully look back on their careers with the club with fondness. And the Spurs legend says despite being shocked at Mauricio Pochettino's sacking in November 2019 – Mourinho's record speaks for itself. The Amazon Prime Video pundit said: “It was a slight surprise when he did it. Pochettino was doing a great...
    At a press conference Thursday, Sen. Lindsey Graham said he is against Vice President Mike Pence invoking the 25th Amendment and removing President Donald Trump from power at this time. Democratic leaders in the House and Senate and a number of lawmakers, even one Republican, have floated Pence pulling the trigger on the 25th after Trump incited Wednesday's riot on Capitol Hill.  But Graham maintained Trump should be left in place for two weeks, as he also praised the president's record and said he doesn't regret their cozy relationship.   'I do not believe that's appropriate at this point,' Graham told reporters on Capitol Hill. 'I'm looking for a peaceful transfer of power. If something else happens all options would be on the table.'   Sen. Lindsey Graham said at a press conference Thursday that he was against Vice President Mike Pence invoking the 25th Amendment to remove President Donald Trump...
    OVER half of Americans are experiencing a financial hangover due to their holiday spending, according to new research. The study asked 2,000 census-balanced Americans about how their finances have been impacted by the perfect storm of COVID-19 and the holidays and found it will take them nearly seven weeks to get their finances back on track in the new year after the holiday season. 6Over half of Americans are experiencing a financial hangover after the holidays, a study showsCredit: Getty Images - Getty 6Credit: SWNS It’s no surprise then that 64 percent of respondents regret not handling their money better over the course of 2020. Conducted by OnePoll on behalf of Credit Sesame, results revealed the average respondent picked up five bad financial habits during the pandemic. Millennials picked up seven bad habits, Gen Z and Gen X picked up five – and baby boomers only picked up one bad financial...
    Prince Harry and Meghan Markle 'don't regret' Megxit because escaping 'subservience' to Prince William is 'what Harry wanted to do for years', a royal biographer has claimed.  The Duke, 36, and Duchess of Sussex, 39, stepped down as senior royals in March, but Robert Lacey has claimed he thinks Prince Harry was tired of being the 'spare' and wanted to 'get out and start a new life' away from The Firm.'To stay in the royal system is to go along with subservience to those more senior than you,' the royal historian said, speaking to People magazine. 'He has asserted his own identity.'  Another source close to the couple alleged they 'love' being able to focus on projects close to their hearts and achieve their 'dream' of being financially independent. 'Meghan and Harry took a huge leap of faith to embark on their new life,' the source claimed. 'Despite everything that has been going...
    MEGHAN Markle and Prince Harry "don't regret" Megxit, as the royal is "finally doing what he wanted to do". A source told People they "love" their newfound freedom to work on special projects and life away from the "firm". ⚠️ Read our Meghan and Harry blog for the latest news on the Royal couple 2The pair are said to be happy about their decision to step down as senior royals Harry, 36, and Meghan, 39, stepped down as senior royals last year in a bombshell announcement. A source close to the couple told the magazine: "Meghan and Harry took a huge leap of faith to embark on their new life. "Despite everything that has been going on this year, they don’t regret their move to the US. "They love that they are able to focus on projects and causes that are important to them. "It was always their dream...
    Samsung focuses on customization with its all-new Bespoke fridge Our 40 favorite ESPN personalities of all time Meghan Markle and Prince Harry Changed the Royal Family Forever: They Don’t Regret Their Move One year ago, Meghan Markle and Prince Harry announced their decision to step away from royal duty — a departure that would change the royal family forever. © Provided by People Prince Harry and Meghan Markle "Meghan and Harry took a huge leap of faith to embark on their new life," a source close to the couple tells PEOPLE in this week's cover story. It was a leap that would reshape not just the royal family but the monarchy too. Harry, 36, who long felt marginalized by the role of "spare" in the line of succession—an issue that has plagued generations of royal siblings, including Queen Elizabeth’s sister, Princess Margaret — "finally found a solution," says royal...
    On Thursday’s “CNN Newsroom,” former Sen. Barbara Boxer (D-CA) defended objecting to the certification of the Electoral College in the 2004 election by stating that “there’s no comparison” to what she did and what Republicans are planning to do with the 2020 election. Because John Kerry had conceded, and “we had no interest in overturning the election. All we wanted was to focus on voter suppression that we saw in Ohio.” Boxer said, “Well, there’s no comparison to what Congresswoman Stephanie Tubbs Jones (D-OH) and I did in ’05. Number one, John Kerry had conceded the race. We have a president here who’s orchestrating kind of an overthrow of the election. Secondly, we said upfront we had no interest in overturning the election. All we wanted was to focus on voter suppression that we saw in Ohio.” Boxer later responded to a question on whether she regrets contesting the certification...
    Getting COVID-19 vaccine into the arms of Americans is off to a slow start; why the holdup? Nashville police chief defends departments handling of 2019 complaint from bombers girlfriend ‘This is the top, kids. I’m a millionaire’: Investor rides 70x winner to hit milestone — and he’s not selling. © Getty Images IN ONE CHART Load Error Bitcoin took out yet another record high on Wednesday and is now up about 300% for the year. Not to be outdone, Ethereum has banged out a gain of more than 700% over the past 12 months. No doubt, it’s a great time to be part of the HODL crowd. OK, Berkshire Hathaway billionaire Warren Buffett, having once dismissed bitcoin as “rat poison squared,” definitely isn’t one of those HODLers, but an investor known as 10ke on Reddit is, and he claims that he just saw his account hit the...
    ULTRA organised people are rating their sexual encounters in incredibly detailed spreadsheets which include details on their bedroom performance, kissing and how much they regret it. The revealing data collections were shared in response to one man asking people whether they would remember the names of all of their sexual partners. 7People are sharing their incredibly detailed hook up spreadsheets on TikTokCredit: Tiktok / manicbunnie One woman confessed she gives her hookups a 1-10 rating based on their attractiveness, intelligence, kissing, sexual skills. She also give rating to how strong their friendship is, how good the overall experience was and how much she regrets the encounter. Each sexual partner gets a total, which is "The sum of all the other categories, minus the regret, divided by 10." She also keeps detailed notes and has a separate spreadsheet to keep track of her visits to the sexual health clinic. 7The detailed...
    Dr. James Phillips, who in October criticized President Trump for riding around in his SUV alongside Secret Service agents while infected with COVID-19, announced on Sunday that he worked his last shift at Walter Reed Medical Center in Bethesda, Maryland The ER physician who was removed from Walter Reed National Military Medical Center's schedule after he blasted President Trump for riding in his SUV alongside Secret Service agents while infected with COVID-19 has worked his last shift there. Dr. James Phillips, who at the time was an attending physician at Walter Reed and is the chief of disaster medicine at George Washington University, tweeted over the weekend that he regrets nothing. ‘Today, I worked my final shift at Walter Reed ER,’ Phillips tweeted on Sunday. ‘I will miss the patients and my military and civilian coworkers - they have been overwhelmingly supportive. ‘I’m honored to have worked there and...
    FORMER wonderkid Freddy Adu has claimed that he was better than Angel Di Maria at Benfica, while labelling his decision to leave the club as his 'biggest regret'. The duo both arrived in Portugal in 2007 as teenagers with the world at their feet. 6Freddy Adu joined Benfica in 2007Credit: AFP - Getty 6Angel Di Maria also joined Benfica as a teen in 2007Credit: PA:Empics Sport But while Di Maria has gone on to flourish with Real Madrid and Paris Saint-Germain, Adu's career hasn't quite gone to plan. Adu, however, has revealed that he felt that he was better than his counterpart during their first year at Estadio da Luz, and admitted his regret in joining AS Monaco on loan the following season. The 31-year-old told the Blue Wire Podcast: "I say it from the heart. It was one of those decisions that, if I could take it again, I...
    White Sox manager Tony La Russa says he doesn't have a drinking problem. He also says he has to prove that with his behavior. The 76-year-old La Russa pleaded guilty Monday to a lesser charge to resolve misdemeanor drunken driving charges stemming from his arrest nearly 10 months ago on a freeway in metro Phoenix. La Russa also pleaded guilty to driving under the influence in Florida in 2007 after police found him asleep inside his running SUV at a stop light and smelling of alcohol. After the 2007 case was resolved, La Russa accepted responsibility and said it would never happen again. CLICK HERE FOR MORE SPORTS COVERAGE ON FOXNEWS.COM La Russa's Arizona arrest occurred Feb. 24, but the charges were filed Oct. 28 — one day before he was hired to manage the Chicago White Sox. He pleaded guilty to reckless driving in Maricopa County Justice Court and...
    By JAY COHEN, AP Sports Writer CHICAGO (AP) — White Sox manager Tony La Russa says he doesn't have a drinking problem. He also says he has to prove that with his behavior. The 76-year-old La Russa pleaded guilty Monday to a lesser charge to resolve misdemeanor drunken driving charges stemming from his arrest nearly 10 months ago on a freeway in metro Phoenix. La Russa also pleaded guilty to driving under the influence in Florida in 2007 after police found him asleep inside his running SUV at a stop light and smelling of alcohol. After the 2007 case was resolved, La Russa accepted responsibility and said it would never happen again. La Russa's Arizona arrest occurred Feb. 24, but the charges were filed Oct. 28 — one day before he was hired to manage the Chicago White Sox. He pleaded guilty to reckless driving in Maricopa County Justice Court...
    CARL FRAMPTON accused Daniel Dubois of quitting against Joe Joyce after he failed to beat the count. Dubois' left eye was left battered and closed by round ten when a Joyce jab landed right on the target. 3Daniel Dubois failed to beat the count in round ten Credit: News Group Newspapers Ltd "I was very unhappy with the way he took a knee.""I think he quit there! Dubois can still come back!"@RealCFrampton and @DavidHaye have their say on the #DuboisJoyce stoppage. pic.twitter.com/V4GifwavaB— Boxing on BT Sport ???? (@BTSportBoxing) November 28, 2020 It prompted the 23-year-old to take a knee - but he was counted out. SunSport understands Dubois was taken to local hospital for standard neurological tests before then going to Moorfields specialist eye hospital. Frampton, working as a BT Pundit alongside David Haye claimed Dubois 'will be haunted and regret' not getting to his feet. ...
    GRACE Dent, 47, is a columnist and regular critic on BBC’s MasterChef.  She chats to Fabulous about her biggest regret, celebrity crush and best qualities. 4I don’t think I’ve ever had a love of my life, says GraceCredit: LANCTON What scares you? Being in a rut. I can handle really big existential crises, like death or illness, but if nobody rings me for two weeks to do something exciting for my career, then I’m really depressed.  What is your worst habit? I cause mess everywhere, from the minute I walk through the door. Who or what is the love of your life? I don’t think I’ve ever had a love of my life, because it feels like I’m investing too much in it. I absolutely love the man I’m with, he’s bloody brilliant. But the idea that he’s the love of my life makes the stakes so high and...
    By Anna Irrera LONDON (Reuters) - Arianna O'Dell, a 30-year-old entrepreneur and songwriter based in New York City, had a tumultuous four-year journey in cryptocurrency before selling her investments in February. During her rollercoaster ride, bitcoin prices swung from under $1,000 to nearly $20,000. O'Dell may not have made optimal decisions about when to buy or sell, and missed out on the recent rally - but says she doesn't regret that. Investing $2,705 worth of proceeds into her business was better than enduring the stress of daily fluctuations, even though the price has since doubled, she said. "Honestly I've had more luck in Vegas than I've had with cryptocurrencies," O'Dell said in an interview. She is part of a relatively new class of retail investors who joined the crypto market years ago, helping propel bitcoin's price to a high of nearly $20,000. Not willing to stomach the subsequent volatility and...
    A traveling ICU nurse who has been treating COVID-19 patients said she often sees "regret" from her patients for not taking action to prevent contracting the virus. Lydia Mobley, who is a traveling nurse with Fastaff, which is deploying nurses across the country, told CBSN's Lana Zak that "a common thing we hear is they didn't think coronavirus was real, they didn't think it was serious." "It's hard to watch someone struggling to breathe and see the regret that they have —  the regret for just not wearing a mask, or maybe not going to a party, or maybe not going to that wedding or not going to that church service," Mobley said. "In the end, people are dying because they just didn't realize the seriousness of that situation. And It's hard to watch." The number of COVID-19 cases have been surging in November, with more than 624,000 active cases...
    MIKEL ARTETA has admitted his guilt at leaving William Saliba out of Arsenal's Europa League squad. The Gunners are facing a defensive crisis ahead of Thursday's game with Dundalk - and the Frenchman will not be able to fill in. 3William Saliba will not be able to make his Arsenal debut against DundalkCredit: Getty Images - Getty 3Mikel Arteta says he feels sorry for the French defender, who was not registered for the Europa LeagueCredit: Getty Images - Getty Having dropped Saliba, 19, from of his 25-man Europa League squad, Arteta was left ruing the decision. The Spaniard told reporters: "I feel really bad for William Saliba. "Because we had so many central defenders, we decided to leave him out of the squad which was really hurtful for me to do. ARSENAL NEWS LIVE: Click here for the latest Gunners news   "I was hoping that Pablo [Mari] would be...
    People start to lose their 'get up and go' at the age of 54 — when it becomes harder to motivation yourself to leave the couch and try new things — a study has found. An expert from Norway polled 917 people aged 14–77 to determine how the relationship between passion, grit and a positive mindset changes as we age. They found that passion and grit are strongly correlated early in life, especially among boys, and that youngsters will do the distance to achieve their dreams. However, this tendency fades as we get older, they added. People start to lose their 'get up and go' at the age of 54 — when it becomes harder to motivation yourself to leave the couch and try new things — a study has found 'Our passion controls the direction of the arrow, what we're fired up about and want to achieve,' said paper author and psychologist Hermundur...
    Salem Witch City Massachusetts to triple fines over Halloween weekend amid coronavirus pandemic Arbys enters Mexico, and pandemic pushes new U.S. customers to try its sandwiches I regret U.S. Open and Roland Garros failures, says Djokovic By Zoran Milosavljevic © Reuters/MARKO DJURICA Djokovic news conference in Belgrade BELGRADE (Reuters) - Novak Djokovic has played some of the best tennis of his life in 2020 but he regrets the failure to win either the U.S. Open or the French Open in his bid to become the world's most trophy-laden player, the world number one said on Thursday. Having won the Australian Open in January, Djokovic was disqualified at the U.S. Open after inadvertently hitting a line judge in the neck with a petulant swipe of the ball during his fourth-round clash with Pablo Carreno Busta. He was then blown away by Carreno Busta's Spanish compatriot and world number two Rafael...
    A MUM who named her six-month old twins Charlie and Lola - just like the famous kids' TV show - says it's her biggest regret and she's desperate to have their names changed. The distraught mum said she was 'high on Tramadol' when she picked the names in the days after they were born - but she's not yet officially registered their names and is now thinking of changing them. 4 A mum has opened up about her dilemma on changing her kids' namesCredit: Getty Images - Getty Writing on NetMums anonymously, the mum said she feels like she made the wrong decision, because other mums give hr 'awkward reactions' when she reveals their names. She explained: "I needed some advice, I have 6 month old twins which I named Charlie (boy) and Lola." "Don't get me wrong I love both the names but I feel like a made the...
    MESUT OZIL'S career at Arsenal has been left in tatters after an almighty implosion - but why? So much has been speculated about the reasons for the German playmaker's decline - having been left out of both the Premier League and Europa League squads. 3Mesut Ozil will be forced to watch on from the stands this seasonCredit: Reuters 〽️⚽️ #M1Ö #YaGunnersYa pic.twitter.com/hF7abGklOT— Mesut Özil (@MesutOzil1088) October 21, 2020 I, for one, have no agenda... other than from a footballing standpoint, of course. While I applaud Ozil's charity work, defence of the oppressed and his laudable stance on human rights, I equally find his use of social media - to snipe at his employer - irritating. He may well have good cause to feel aggrieved in his place of work - but the correct way to air such grievances is privately with his line manager, so to speak. Ozil's use of Twitter...
    We are now 20 days from the 2020 presidential election, and, thanks in large part to his historical mishandling of the novel coronavirus pandemic, which has claimed 215,000 American lives and counting, President Donald Trump is trailing his Democratic opponent Joe Biden in the polls. One other reason is that the media—in particular the cable-news media—has learned some valuable lessons from the way they covered candidate Trump versus Hillary Clinton in 2016. A new documentary, Enemies of the People, dropping on YouTube this afternoon and airing Thursday at 7:30 p.m. on VICE TV, examines the role the media played in tipping the scales toward Trump in 2016, offering the former game-show host ‘round-the-clock coverage of his rallies, where he’d spew one outrageous lie after another, whilst excessively vilifying Hillary Clinton over the emails missing from her private server. Produced by Retro Report and directed by Susie Banikarim, VICE Media Group’s...
    Daniel Ricciardo, earlier this year, signed a deal with the Mclaren from the 2021 season considering the lack of improvement from Renault. Over this season, Renault have grown stronger and have also occasionally outperformed Mclaren. But Ricciardo opens up that despite Renault raising their game in this season, he does not “regret” his move to Mclaren. Ricciardo reveals that he is happy with Renault’s progress, as it would push his future team to up their game as well. “It’s obviously no disrespect to Renault and where I currently am. But no, I don’t regret it,” Ricciardo is quoted as saying by racefans.net. Formula One F1 – Tuscan Grand Prix – Mugello, Scarperia e San Piero, Italy -Renault’s Daniel Ricciardo in action during the race Pool via REUTERS/Bryn Lennon “Am I happy to see us progress? Absolutely. And you know all well and good if it means that we’ve got Renault...
    RAISING kids is no easy feat, but parenting has proven too much for one mum who wishes she never even had them at all. The mum-of-two insists life was better before she had them, when she had a good career, a loving husband and the freedom and flexibility to do what she wanted. 3The mum-of-two insists life was better without her kidsCredit: Getty Images - Getty In an open letter published on Kidspot, the mum, who's chosen not to be named, explained that her views on motherhood don't mean she doesn't love her two boys, because she does. "In all honesty, it is actually quite simple and straightforward," she said, "Yet I suppose it's not ever said out loud by many people - I wish I didn’t have my two children because I think my life would be much better without them." "Because it was better without them," she added. Talking of...
    Confidential information released after school district refused to pay hackers ransom demand, report says National Coffee Day 2020: Get free drinks and deals Tuesday at Krispy Kreme, Starbucks, Dunkin, Panera and more Dear Care and Feeding: Will I Regret Having Only One Child? Care and Feeding is Slate’s parenting advice column. Have a question for Care and Feeding? Submit it here or post it in the Slate Parenting Facebook group. © Provided by Slate Photo illustration by Slate. Photo by Prostock-Studio/iStock/Getty Images Plus. Dear Care and Feeding, My husband and I are in our early 30s, and we have been married for almost five years. We have one child, a daughter, who is 14 months old. We had no trouble conceiving, but I had a challenging pregnancy and a traumatic labor resulting in an emergency Cesarean and an awful recovery. Our daughter has also had some health issues that...
    This past week in celebrity news, in the We Hear Quick Fix: a divorce might get expensive, Teresa Giudice puts her home up for sale, and Jane Fonda has only one sexual regret!
    This past week in celebrity news, the We Hear Quick Fix podcast covers: Dr. Dre’s estranged wife, Nicole Young, is seeking nearly $2 million per month in spousal support — as well as $5 million in legal fees — according to new court documents filed Thursday. “Real Housewives of New Jersey” star Teresa Giudice is putting the home she shared with her ex Joe Giudice during their marriage up for sale. And Jane Fonda regrets turning down a little “sexual healing” from late R&B icon Marvin Gaye. We Hear: Quick Fix is a Spotify exclusive week-in-review five minute podcast from Page Six. Editors Maggie Coughlan and Ian Mohr break down the biggest stories of the week – including The Joy of Six, the most satisfying piece of gossip.  For all the juiciest scoops about celebrities and high society, subscribe to the We Hear: Quick Fix podcast released...
    Controversial rapper and convicted felon Tekashi 6ix9ine has said that he gets compared to Donald Trump every day for his social media use and 'would jump off that ledge' if he were no longer famous - but intends to use his new-found freedom to 'keep making music and keep dominating.'  The Brooklyn-born rapper, real name Daniel Hernandez, was released from prison in April, amid concerns about COVID-19, and remains under house arrest. In February 2019 he pled guilty to nine charges including conspiracy to commit murder and armed robbery, and was given a two-year prison sentence after testifying for the prosecution against the his former drug-dealing street gang, Nine Trey Gangster Bloods. Tekashi 6ix9ine pled guilty in Feb 2019 to conspiracy to commit murder and armed robbery In court in New York he testified against his fellow Nine Trey gang members In his first interview since his release, Hernandez,...
    Comedian and actor Jim Gaffigan became a hot topic over the last day or so, following an epic tweet thread on Thursday laying into Donald Trump and Trump voters after the president’s speech at the RNC. The tweet thread went viral, setting Twitter on fire following that speech, naturally garnering both positive feedback and pushback from pro-Trump Twitter users. Two days into the storm, Gaffigan now says he regrets nothing, despite people saying they’ll never watch his comedy again. I wanted to say thank you to everyone who has expressed support about my tweets. I know the bots & trolls can be scary but the truth requires direct sunlight. I regret nothing. (Well, maybe I was a little harsh… https://t.co/KHEWq41GM5 — Jim Gaffigan (@JimGaffigan) August 29, 2020 “I wanted to say thank you to everyone who has expressed support about my tweets. I know the bots & trolls...
    JADON SANCHO could "regret" moving to Manchester United and should stay at Borussia Dortmund, according to Paul Ince. Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has been chasing the £108million-rated England winger, 20, all summer. 3Jadon Sancho should stay at Dortmund for his progression's sake, says InceCredit: Getty Images - Getty 3Ince reckons Sancho can become world-class if he stays at Dortmund for nowCredit: Getty - Contributor However, United missed the August 10 deadline to complete a deal, with the Bundesliga giants adamant they won't sell now their pre-season is underway. But Ince thinks it is a blessing in disguise, for Sancho at least, who would be better off staying in Germany. Old Trafford icon Ince told the Daily Star: "At Dortmund he's playing every week and that's what he wants. "He's still going to be scoring goals for Dortmund in the Champions League next season. "There's no rush for him. He can take...
    The Eagles made a gutsy decision to draft Jalen Hurts in the second round this year. It was a surprising move, especially considering they spent the No. 2 overall pick on Carson Wentz four years ago. Wentz has been great for Philadelphia too, but the biggest problem for him has been battling injuries frequently throughout his career. The year in which the Eagles won the Super Bowl, Wentz wasn’t the starter in that game. He had gotten the Eagles to a great record during the regular season, but was injured near the end of the season and replaced by Nick Foles. Despite Wentz staying healthy through all of the 2019 campaign, he was knocked out of the NFC Wild Card game and replaced by Josh McCown.Due to Wentz’s injury history, Jalen Hurts is going to play a huge role for the Eagles.Some may think Hurts is going to be used in a Taysom Hill-like role...
    Getty UFC superstar Daniel Cormier plans to defeat UFC heavyweight champion Stipe Miocic in the main event of UFC 252 on Saturday night in Las Vegas so the 41-year-old American can retire on top of the sport with UFC gold in hand. So there’s no doubt the former two-division champion is in a reflective state of mind as he heads into what he believes will be his final UFC fight. Cormier revealed to Heavy what he considers to be his greatest accomplishment in MMA as well as his single biggest regret. You can ready about both those things below.Cormier Reveals Greatest AccomplishmentCormier is one of the most decorated fighters in MMA history. The former UFC “champ champ” believes a win over Miocic would solidify him as the best heavyweight fighters in history, something he thinks could become his greatest accomplishment but said the best thing he’s done inside...
    A Uighur prisoner has sent a message from inside a detention camp to claim Chinese authorities are instructing children as young as 13 to 'regret and surrender'. Merdan Ghappar, who was once a model for online retailer Taobao, provided a chilling first-hand account of China's highly secure and secretive detention system.  The 31-year-old was able to send a series of text messages, as well as a video which appeared to show him handcuffed in a cell, directly from inside the camp.  It is thought that over the past few years more than one million Uighurs and other minorities have been forced into a network of highly secure camps in the country's far western region of Xinjiang.  Thousands of children have reportedly been separated from their parents and last month there were reports of women being forcibly sterilised, ordered to have abortions and their husbands taken away to gulags. Mr Ghappar's account...
    The plantation where Ryan Reynolds and Blake Lively got married has issued a statement now that the famous couple has voiced regret about tying the knot in a venue where slavery took place. Their selected venue – the more than 330-year-old Boone Hall Plantation & Gardens in Mt. Pleasant, South Carolina – released the following statement to Fox News: Blake Lively and Ryan Reynolds. (Getty) “We treasure all our relationships with couples that have chosen to get married at Boone Hall, and, when needed, respond to them in private, honest, and personal discussions to address any concerns they may have. The discussions are heartfelt as we want to listen and put love and respect at the center of any issues that arise. We will always work to be a part of the solution for our couples, not a part of the problem.” RYAN REYNOLDS APOLOGIZES FOR PLANTATION WEDDING WITH...
    Russia's worst-ever serial killer, who has confessed to killing 83 women and has been branded The Werewolf, has said he wishes he had been executed. Former policeman Mikhail Popkov, 56, is currently serving a life sentence at a penal colony in Mordovia after being convicted of killing 81 women - many of whom he also raped. The serial killer, who only recently admitted to another two murders in the 1990s, has now expressed 'regret' for the first time over his reign of terror. But police believe his final toll will be higher still with a senior investigator working on the case predicting more than 100 and possibly 'closer to 200'.   Speaking about his life in the Russian penal system, the father-of-one said: 'There were moments when I thought the death penalty was better.' 'I have a lot to regret. For example, that none of this had happened, that I had not done -these...
    A YOUNG couple completely transformed their dated kitchen for just £150 after being quoted a whopping £20k for their dream space. Chloe Evans, 24, and her partner Rhys Roach, 25, “hated going into” the tired kitchen and sought the help of builders to undergo a massive renovation. 6The family renovated their whole kitchen for just £150Credit: Caters News Agency But the couple, from Talywain, southeast Wales, were staggered with the £20,000 quote and decided to do it alone during lockdown - and now wish they'd done it sooner. Chloe and Rhys, who have two children - Kori, six, and Koby, two -transformed the old-fashioned room which featured outdated beige and brown hues. The new space is modern and bright with a chic grey colour palette which they did in just four days, spending only £150. In order to keep the cost down, Chloe, an admin assistant,...
    The Florida foster parents of Parkland school shooter Nikolas Cruz have issued a public apology for opening their home to him in the months before the massacre and allowing him to keep a cache of guns, despite warnings from others who knew the teen saying he was 'dangerous' and obsessed with weapons.  James and Kimberly Snead expressed their regret in a letter to the families of the 17 victims who were shot dead at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, on February 14, 2018.  'We, James and Kimberly Snead, will forever regret taking Nikolas Cruz into our home,' the couple wrote. 'We did so believing we were helping a troubled young man who needed help.'  James and Kimberly Snead (left), former foster parents of Parkland school shooter Nikolas Cruz (right), have issued a letter of apology for ignoring warning signs about him This photo posted...
    Politico issued an apology for reporting that presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Joe BidenJoe BidenBiden hits Trump's 'law and order' message: He's trying to 'scare the devil' out of people Biden notes show talking points about Kamala Harris The opportunity cost of Congress's 'Big Tech' antitrust obsession MORE had chosen Sen. Kamala HarrisKamala Devi HarrisBiden notes show talking points about Kamala Harris Lawmakers, public bid farewell to John Lewis Biden: I'll have a running mate picked next week MORE (D-Calif.) to be his running mate, with the publication saying it regretted "the error and any confusion that it caused." "Joe Biden chose Kamala Harris to become his running mate for the 2020 election on Aug. 1, two weeks before the Democratic National Convention, after keeping his choice close to the chest for months," Politico wrote in the now-deleted report. "In his announcement, Biden called Harris 'a worthy opponent and a worthy running...
    NOT every member of The Walking Dead’s cast has been satisfied with their time on the long-running zombie drama. The AMC smash hit has been running for almost a decade, meaning many of the stars share a close bond. 5Negan used to head up brutaln faction The SavioursCredit: AMC However, Lennie James, who plays Morgan and Jeffrey Dean Morgan, who plays Negan have now aired their frustrations at being kept away from each other on screen. They almost crossed path in the season 7 finale, The First Day of the Rest of Your Life, in which an armed Morgan joined the cavalry led by Hilltop and Kingdom leaders Maggie (Lauren Cohan) and King Ezekiel (Khary Payton) to defend against a Saviour and Scavenger assault of the Alexandria community. However, this never came to be and James has now moved over to spin-off series Fear The Walking Dead, meaning there’s a...
    According to Harry Enten, Joe Biden is currently leading the presidential race by historic margins in the suburbs. Biden is up by a 52% to 43% margin among suburban voters in the ABC News/Washington Post poll…In the average of all the polls, Biden’s ahead by more than 15 points with suburban voters. This is a historic margin, if it holds…Four years ago at this time, Trump was beating Clinton by a 45% to 35% margin in the ABC/Washington Post poll among suburban voters… If you were to go back over time, the exit poll data reveals that no Democrat has won the suburban vote by more than 5 points since at least 1972, when the first exit poll was taken in a presidential election…Back in 2008 (the best year for Democrats this century), Obama won in the suburbs by 2 points in the exit polls. The final ABC News/Washington Post poll had him winning in...
    Anthony Fauci is on a mission to get more Americans to take COVID-19 seriously. In an interview with InStyle magazine, in which he posed in Stars and Stripes socks and sunglasses, Fauci said this of his original advice to not wear face masks, “I don’t regret anything I said then because in the context of the time in which I said it, it was correct. We were told in our task-force meetings that we have a serious problem with the lack of PPEs and masks for the health providers who are putting themselves in harm’s way every day to take care of sick people.” “ ‘By the beginning of the year we should have the first tens of millions and then hundreds of millions of doses.’ ” — Anthony Fauci speaking about his hopes for a vaccine in early 2021 “When it became clear that the infection...
    Alex Henderson July 17, 2020 8:23AM (UTC) This article originally appeared on AlterNet. Although President Donald Trump often rails against the mainstream media and insists that countless journalists are out to get him, he and his officials will manipulate or deceive major news outlets whenever they can get away with it. This week, two such outlets have apologized for letting Trump officials get away with lying: USA Today and National Public Radio. Earlier this week, USA Today published an op-ed by Peter Navarro — one of Trump's top economic advisers — that claimed that Dr. Anthony Fauci has repeatedly been wrong about the coronavirus pandemic. But Bill Sternberg, USA Today's editorial page editor, is now saying that some of Navarro's anti-Fauci claims don't hold up when fact-checked. : According to Sternberg, "Several of Navarro's criticisms of Fauci — on the China travel restrictions, the risk from the coronavirus and falling mortality...
    SHAMIMA Begum is egocentric and arrogant and shows no signs of “regret, remorse or true sorrow,” according to a body language expert. Darren Stanton claimed her recent appearance during an interview with a Sky News journalist was “unconvincing” adding that she lacked “sincerity and truthfulness”. 7 The expert said Begum gave an 'uncontrollable smile' when she spoke about ISISCredit: Sky News The 19-year-old was interviewed by the news channel as she tries to be allowed back into Britain after leaving her home in Bethnal Green, East London, in 2015 with two pals to go to Syria. Shamima Begum is currently in a refugee camp and gave birth to a son at the weekend. She states she “never did anything dangerous” and moaned: “I can’t live in this camp forever.” Asked if she felt she made a mistake travelling to Syria, she said: "In a way, yes, but I don't regret...
    HUNTER and Aurora are among the names parents most regret giving their children, admitting they thought of a better choice later.  Naming your child is one of the important decisions you’ll make as a parent, but nearly three-quarters of Brits - 73 per cent - changed their mind after deciding on a name.  1Nearly three-quarters of Brits admitted they later regretted their name choiceCredit: Getty - Contributor Some 64 per cent of mums and dads said this was because they later realised the name they picked didn’t suit their child, while nearly half, 48 per cent, disliked the choice as their partner picked it.  Other reasons for later hating a name is a friend or celebrity choosing the same one, while bullying at school was also a factor.  The name picking team at Gigacalculater.com asked nearly 6,000 Brits what names they regretted, and for girls Aurora came on top, with...
    By Kate Abnett BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Belgium's King Philippe expressed deep regret on Tuesday for the "suffering and humiliation" inflicted on the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) during its 75-year period under Belgian rule. The letter to DRC president Felix Tshisekedi to mark the 60th anniversary of independence is the first such expression of regret for Belgium's colonial past by a reigning monarch, the royal palace said. "I want to express my deepest regret for these past injuries, the pain of which is regularly revived by the discrimination that is still all too present in our societies," the letter seen by Reuters said. The DRC achieved independence in 1960 after the Central African country had been a Belgian colony for 52 years and, before that, the personal property of King Leopold II for 23 years until 1908. During Leopold's rule "acts of cruelty were committed, while the subsequent colonial...
    By SAMUEL PETREQUIN, Associated Press BRUSSELS (AP) — For the first time in Belgium's history, a reigning king expressed regret Tuesday for the violence carried out by the former colonial power when it ruled over what is now the Democratic Republic of the Congo. In a letter to the president of the DRC, Felix Tshisekedi, which was published on the 60th anniversary of the African country's independence, Belgium's King Philippe conveyed his “deepest regrets” for the “acts of violence and cruelty” and the "suffering and humiliation" inflicted on Belgian Congo. “To further strengthen our ties and develop an even more fruitful friendship, we must be able to talk to each other about our long common history in all truth and serenity,” Philippe wrote. Philippe's letter was sent amid growing demands that Belgium reassess its colonial past. In the wake of the protests against racial inequality triggered by the May 25...
    BRUSSELS (AP) — For the first time in Belgium’s history, a reigning king expressed regret Tuesday for the violence carried out by the former colonial power when it ruled over what is now the Democratic Republic of the Congo. In a letter to the president of the DRC, Felix Tshisekedi, published on the 60th anniversary of the African country’s independence, Belgium’s King Philippe conveyed his “deepest regrets” for the “acts of violence and cruelty” and the “suffering and humiliation” inflicted on Belgian Congo. “To further strengthen our ties and develop an even more fruitful friendship, we must be able to talk to each other about our long common history in all truth and serenity,” Philippe wrote. Philippe’s letter was sent amid growing demands that Belgium reassess its colonial past. In the wake of the protests against racial inequality triggered by the death of George Floyd in the United States,...
    The California woman who was seen in a viral video spewing profanities at Trader Joe's workers after she was asked to wear a mask claims she was given permission to shop without a mask because of an unspecified health problem, and that she is not sorry for her foul-mouthed outburst.  The incident took place on Friday evening at the new Trader Joe's location in North Hollywood, which held grand opening that day.  Cellphone video recorded by a fellow shopper, actor D Giles, shows the unnamed blonde, wearing a light-blue 'bebe' T-shirt and no face covering, raving about masks and her breathing problem, and calling staff 'f***ing Democrat pigs.' In an interview with KABC, the woman, who declined to give her name, claimed that she lashed out after being confronted by an aggressive male shopper at the store.  Scroll down for video  The unnamed woman was caught on camera...
    The death of Bollywood star Sushant Singh Rajput by suicide came as a shocker for many fans all around the world. Along with Bollywood fans, cricket lovers were also saddened by the tragedy as the late actor played the lead in MS Dhoni’s biopic. The likes of Virat Kohli, Rohit Sharma and Yuvraj Singh mourned the demise of Rajput and also offered condolences to his family. In a recent interaction, former Pakistan speedster Shoaib Akhtar recalled his first meeting with Sushant and said that he regrets not talking to him at that point of time. Akhtar said that he could have shared his life experiences with the actor but he didn’t. Mohammad Hafeez Should Have Confronted PCB if He Got His Second COVID-19 Report as Negative, Says Shoaib Akhtar. “I met him in Mumbai when I was about to leave India in 2016. To be honest, he did not look...
    Alison Brie regrets voicing a Vietnamese American character on the popular Netflix original animated comedy, BoJack Horseman. The actress played Diane Nguyen on the popular program and she expressed her regret through a post on her personal Instagram account on Friday night. “In hindsight, I wish that I didn’t voice the character of Diane Nguyen,” Brie said in the post. “I now understand that people of color should always voice people of color. We missed a great opportunity to represent the Vietnamese American community accurately and respectfully, and for that, I am truly sorry. I applaud all those who stepped away from their voiceover roles in recent days. I have learned a lot from them.” Jordan Moreau of Variety reported that Brie’s comments echoed showrunner Raphael Bob-Waksberg’s comments earlier in the week. BoJack Horseman‘s creator said there were never any Vietnamese writers or actors on the show. He added they...
    Gov. Greg Abbott on Friday expressed regret for the first known time about the reopening process he spearheaded during the coronavirus pandemic, saying he should not have allowed bars to open as quickly. "If I could go back and redo anything, it probably would have been to slow down the opening of bars, now seeing in the aftermath of how quickly the coronavirus spread in the bar setting," Abbott said during an evening interview with KVIA in El Paso. Abbott added that the "bar setting, in reality, just doesn't work with a pandemic," noting people "go to bars to get close and to drink and to socialize, and that's the kind of thing that stokes the spread of the coronavirus." In a subsequent interview with WFAA in Dallas, Abbott reiterated regret over the pace of bar reopenings, calling it an "easy thing to pinpoint" as he looks back on the...
    In the past years, Washington Wizards shooting guard Bradley Beal has been the subject of countless trade rumors. With the Wizards’ inability to contend for the NBA championship title, most people believe that they are better off trading Beal and undergo a full-scale rebuild. Though the 2019-20 NBA season is still far from over, several NBA teams who currently possess intriguing trade assets have already expressed interest in acquiring Beal from the Wizards this fall. However, as of now, the Wizards continue to tell everyone in the league that they have no intention of trading Beal and undergoing a rebuilding process. In a recent appearance on the Wizard Talks podcast, retired NBA player and ESPN analyst Tim Legler talked about the Wizards’ decision to keep Beal on their roster. Legler believes that the Wizards are smart for not trading Beal, adding that they are “going to regret” it if they...
    MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — Among the majority of peaceful protesters in the days following George Floyd’s death was Corey Moore from Buffalo. Moore, on the morning of June 1, was leading a discussion about race and community at East 38th Street and Chicago Avenue — the site of Floyd’s killing. He and about two dozen protesters sat in the intersection overnight, defying curfew uninterrupted. READ MORE: The ‘Minnesota Paradox’: Why The State Has One Of The Largest Racial Disparities “We need to knock on our neighbor’s door and talk to each other, cry with each other and start healing,” Moore said. Three weeks later, at his home in Buffalo, he led a similar conversation. Alongside Moore sat Nick O’Rourke, Josie Kolasa and Sarah Long. All three grew up in Buffalo, and are among the 98% of the city’s population of White Americans. “I realized one day that I’m unintentionally like a...
    JOHN CENA has revealed he regrets his feud with Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson. Cena and Johnson fought in consecutive Wrestlemania main events in 2012 and 2013. 2 John Cena admitted he regrets his former feud with WWE rival Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson Cena admitted in a Q&A session things ended up "pretty personal" between the pair. "I said some things that were less than nice," he said. "He said some things that were less than nice. "And I can assure you, in our line of work there is a grey area where imagination becomes very real and we were right in the sweet spot of that grey area, each watching the other's every move and not too happy with the other party." 2 The 43-year-old later confessed he was wrong to call Johnson a sell out for flip-flopping between the WWE and his acting career. Cena has himself made strides...
    Getty Leonard Williams of the NY Giants When the New York Giants traded for defensive lineman Leonard Williams at the trade deadline a season ago, Big Blue hoped they’d found themselves a true anchor of their front-seven. Eight games and a meager 0.5 sack later, that was clearly not the case. Still, general manager Dave Gettleman remained bullish on his decision to acquire Williams from their MetLife roommates, the New York Jets, slapping the former 6th-overall pick with the franchise tag this offseason. A move that may come back to greatly haunt the franchise in the near future. A sentiment that Kristopher Knox of Bleacher Report clearly backs, evident by his placement of the Williams situation as the Giants’ biggest regret of the 2020 offseason. Let’s be honest. The New York Giants may regret trading for defensive lineman Leonard Williams more than they regret hanging onto him. They gave the...
    When it came to social distancing in response to the coronavirus pandemic, Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis was nowhere near as thorough or comprehensive as other governors — for example, New York’s Andrew Cuomo, California’s Gavin Newsom and Maryland’s Larry Hogan. DeSantis was slow to enact social distancing restrictions in his state and was quick to ease them, and the number of coronavirus infections — according to Politico’s Marc Caputo and Florida’s  WJCT-TV — has been increasing in Florida since DeSantis started reopening the state. And Floridians who have tested positive for COVID-19 regret listening to the Republican governor. Erika Crisp, a Jacksonville-based nurse, told Florida WJCT that on June 6, she went out to a local Irish bar, Lynch’s Pub, for drinks with 15 of her friends — and all 16 of them have been infected with coronavirus. The 40-year-old Crisp asserted, “I think we were careless, and we went...
    Prince Andrew knows he screwed up. Andrew, the disgraced second son of Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip, believes the BBC interview that jumpstarted his public downward spiral is “a source of regret,” The Sunday Times of London reported. The former friend of pedophile Jeffrey Epstein also won’t cooperate with US authorities unless they offer him an “olive branch,” according to the report In November, Andrew, 60, tried to deny he had ever slept with Epstein’s sex slaves because he can’t sweat. Epstein victim Virginia Giuffre, however, insists the prince “sweat all over” her when she was forced to have sex with him in 2001. “There’s a slight problem with, with, with, with the sweating,” Andrew then told the BBC’s Emily Maitlis. “Because I have a peculiar medical condition, which is that I don’t sweat, or I didn’t sweat at the time … because I had suffered what I would describe...
    Marisa Tomei isn't terribly happy with the direction her career is heading. The Oscar-winning actress recently spoke with Collider, revealing that she wishes she hadn't taken so many maternal roles of late, such as in "The King of Staten Island," in which she plays the mother of Pete Davidson's character. 'TOP GUN: MAVERICK' SHARES BEHIND-THE-SCENES VIDEO OF A JET FLYING VERY LOW OVER THE CREW “I really regret starting down this road and I really regret starting to do that," she admitted of taking more roles as mothers. "I was, you know, talked into it – not [for 'The King of Staten Island'], but I mean just that change. Marisa Tomei attends the 2020 Vanity Fair Oscar Party at Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts on February 09, 2020 in Beverly Hills, Calif. (Toni Anne Barson/WireImage) Tomei, 55, said the she's always felt that she "could play a lot of things,"...
    RENTON, Wash. (AP) — Seattle Seahawks coach Pete Carroll revisited the team’s history with Colin Kaepernick on Thursday and expressed regret for not signing Kaepernick when given the opportunity. Seattle brought Kaepernick in for a workout during the 2017 offseason and had another visit a year later canceled. At that time, Carroll said Seattle chose not to bring Kaepernick aboard because he was viewed as a starter, not a backup. Carroll is reiterating that stance but says that in hindsight, he wishes he would have given Kaepernick a shot even if it meant a potentially awkward role as Russell Wilson’s backup. Carroll indicated that he believed Seattle passing on Kaepernick gave him a shot to be a starter elsewhere. “I regret that we weren’t the one way back when that just did it, just to do it even though I thought that it wasn’t the right fit...
    Some National Guard members who responded to uprisings across the country after the police killing of George Floyd have said they regret how the situations were handled, according to a report Wednesday. One Guard member who spoke to Politico said what he saw in Lafayette Square in Washington DC last week was “f—ked up.” The Guard member, who did not give his name to the outlet, said he disagreed with the official position of the White House that protesters were acting violently before police and Guardsmen moved in on them. “The crowd was loud but peaceful, and at no point did I feel in danger, and I was standing right there in the front of the line,” the member told Politico. “I’m here to support and defend the Constitution of the United States and what I just saw goes against my oath and to see everyone try to cover up...
    White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany offered no regrets on behalf of President Trump after he tweeted an unproven conspiracy theory about a 75-year-old protester who was hospitalized after he was pushed by police and hit the ground and bled from his head.  Instead, she emphasized that the president supports law enforcement across the country, and pointed out that 57 police officers resigned from the emergency response team. The two Buffalo police officers have been criminally charged for allegedly assaulting Martin Gugino. McEnany also insisted the unproven conspiracy theories the president tweeted about Gugino aren't conspiracy theories.  "The president does not regret standing up for law enforcement men and women across this country," McEnany said, asked if the president regretted tweeting about the hospitalized man.  Trending News Trump shoots down renaming Army posts named for Confederate leaders The U.S. expelled her 13-year-old daughter, citing new border rules Trump suggests 75-year-old man...
    Though the unemployment rate remains in the double-digits, the official unemployment numbers are slightly lower than economists expected, prompting self-congratulations by President Donald Trump. But experts say celebration is premature. Indeed, the Bureau of Labor Statistics reported that the unemployment rate fell from 14.7 percent in April to 13.3 percent in May as the economy added 2.5 million jobs. The high April number was the worst that the American workforce had seen since monthly record-keeping began in 1948, and almost certainly the worst since the Great Depression. White House economic adviser Kevin Hassett predicted last month that unemployment would rise above 20 percent, a view that was widely shared by economists. Trump took to Twitter to boast about the new numbers, tweeting “Great going President Trump (kidding but true)!” and “Oh no, the Dems are worried again. The only one that can kill this comeback is Sleepy Joe Biden!” He also tweeted, “Experts said we would lose 7.5 million jobs in...
    At least two people among the dozens arrested in North Carolina’s state capital over the weekend when a peaceful protest to demand justice after the death of George Floyd devolved into chaos have since expressed regret over their actions, claiming destruction won’t solve deeper issues of systemic racism. Dijon Pulley and Keante Underwood, both charged with trespassing during an emergency, spoke with WRAL following a court appearance in Raleigh on Tuesday. "Destruction is not the answer," Pulley said. "At the same time, being quiet is not effective. I feel like a lot of people are fed up." HUNDREDS, INCLUDING AL SHARPTON, ERIC GARNER'S MOM, MOURN GEORGE FLOYD AT MINNEAPOLIS MEMORIAL SERVICE "I'm kind of ashamed of myself, because I knew better." Underwood said, adding that, if given the opportunity, he would "most definitely do it differently. Not the looting, the protesting most definitely, but the looting, I would have...
    Former Cleveland Cavaliers guard J.R. Smith expressed some regret for beating up a man in Los Angeles who allegedly vandalized his car, which was parked on the street as George Floyd protests engulfed the city. Smith said in an interview on the “Pat McAfee Show” he was seeing red at the time. Video footage showed Smith kicking and punching the man. He landed several shots to his head before friends were able to get the man from an irate Smith. EX-NBA PLAYER J.R. SMITH PUNCHES, KICKS MAN WHO ALLEGEDLY VANDALIZED CAR DURING LA GEORGE FLOYD RIOTS: VIDEO “When it happened, I seen red,” Smith told the former NFL punter. “Then when I finally snapped to… I’m still disappointed with myself, even though people say I shouldn’t be. “For me, I’m 34 years old. I have four little girls at home. I don’t want that image – regardless of the fact...
    Years later, Patrick Ewing would sit beside the long oak desk in a corner of the Georgetown basketball office. He’d spoken with great enthusiasm of this present passion, coaching his alma mater. He’d talked about the difficulty folding away in storage trunks all the memories he’d stored up as a player. “My life is a coach now,” he’d said, laughing. “Nobody wants to hear me tell old war stories. These guys [he pointed toward the Hoyas’ practice gym] only want to kid me about how short my shorts were when I played here.” There was testimony to back up Ewing’s words; Georgetown is a Nike school, and that means there was an Air Jordan logo on his shirt, and his sweatpants, and the windbreaker he’d worn to the office, there was a large silhouette of Michael Jordan mid-flight dominating one of the walls. “I can’t escape him,” he said, chuckling....
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