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    2 dead after military jet crashes in Alabama King Novak faces challenger Medvedev in Australian Open final Brandon Lancaster is still learning the ropes of fatherhood. © Provided by People Ethan Miller/Getty LANCO The LANCO frontman and wife Tiffany welcomed their first child, daughter Elora Ivelle, in September, and the musician admits to PEOPLE exclusively that they're still adjusting to the new addition in their life. "Man, it's such a wild ride. It's been good just having this time at home and learning how to be parents together," he says. "A big thing couples talk about is the sleepless nights, but we've been able to do different shifts where I can help throughout the night and she can do early mornings." Lancaster reveals that despite the constant stress, being parents of a newborn has made their marriage stronger. "Marriage ultimately is a team game and you really need both...
    A GROUP of Covidiot families were slapped with £200 fines after they were caught enjoying a barbecue on the snowy moors. Five adults and eight kids from three separate households were busted by cops after they drove more than 20 miles for the grilling in Waskerley, County Durham. ???? Read our coronavirus live blog for the latest news & updates 2Durham Police found the group grilling away in sub-zero temperatures on ThursdayCredit: PA:Press Association Durham Police said they were called out at around 4pm on Thursday to find the group - including a seven-month-old baby - in sub-zero temperatures, with the remnants of Storm Christoph still causing 40mph gusts. Initially the adults insisted they hadn't done anything wrong - but later came to accept they were at risk of spreading coronavirus. They were also told they had put themselves and the emergency services in danger, should they have crashed...
    By ADAM BAKST, The Greenwood Commonwealth GREENWOOD, Miss. (AP) — Otis Brister Jr. loves to make his friends laugh — all 770,300 of them. Brister, better known by his online persona OtisSwagg, is a social media influencer living in an admittedly not-so-tech-savvy area. This surprises his ever-growing fan base. “Nobody thought I was from Greenwood. They thought I was from Los Angeles or somewhere else in California. They didn’t think I was from Mississippi,” he said with a smile. “But it feels good to be young and representing my town. And at the end of the day, I will never forget where I come from. Even though the place I am from is small, I will keep representing my hometown and letting people know I’m from Greenwood.” Brister, 24, is a graduate of Greenwood High School and is known all over the internet for his unique videos and content, which...
    (CNN)Get ready for the most difficult months yet in this pandemic.The fall Covid-19 surge is here, fueled by colder weather, reopened schools and pandemic fatigue. The flu season could make the coronavirus pandemic even worse. For the next several months, new Covid-19 infections, hospitalizations and deaths are expected to keep rising as the temperatures keep dropping.But that doesn't mean your fall and winter have to be miserable. Here's how you can stay healthy, sane, and actually enjoy these cold-weather months:Find your social distancing crew and stick with itRead MoreYou're probably sick of hearing about face masks, social distancing, and hand washing. But those are your strongest weapons against coronavirus.How you can socialize while staying safe by quaranteamingYet many Americans are ditching those precautions and letting their guard down with friends and family members who don't live with them. Casual at-home get-togethers are fueling recent Covid-19 spikes, said Dr. Robert Redfield,...
    PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Many people have chosen to spend the Labor Day weekend doing activities close to home, including heading to a park or restaurant in Philadelphia. The city offers lots of things to do even during this time of social distancing. The pandemic is keeping a lot of us close to home this long weekend for various reasons, from health and safety to concerns to tight finances. Still, people enjoyed the beautiful weather this weekend in the city. On Sunday morning, a few early risers were out at Belmont Plateau. Later in the afternoon, the shade of Rittenhouse Square brought many people out for socially-distanced picnics, like a triple birthday celebration among one group of friends. Others took advantage of what’s being called the Rittenhouse Row Outdoor Dining Rooms, which soft-launched this weekend. The expanded outdoor dining experience has 18th Street closed between Locust and Walnut, and Walnut and...
    MIAMI (CBSMiami) — If you’ve been out enjoying the fresh air while practicing your social distancing, you may have noticed more people riding bicycles. It’s not your imagination, more people are riding bicycles. Since the pandemic has taken hold, bicycle sales are through the roof. Instead of bicycle shops going out of business due to virus related shutdowns, many are enjoying a surge in sales and can’t keep bicycles in stock. CBS4 Photojournalist Peter Miranda takes a closer look.
    THIS is the moment a group enjoying a picnic in remote woodlands had a surprising guest - when a bear casually arrived and began munching on a sandwich. The surreal scene, uploaded to TikTok by Kaitlyn Nesbit, sees five people enjoying a meal in Maryland before a black bear settles around the table and is fed a peanut-butter and jelly sandwich. 3The family enjoying their picnic in Maryland woods were joined by a surprise guestCredit: Caters News Agency It gobbles down the food straight out of the palm from the brave man who presents it, as the people remain uniquely calm during the scene. Nesbitt, a 29-year-old bridal store manager, says she captured the moment on Thursday in Deep Creek where her family are staying in a cabin. She told Caters: "This was a friend's cabin and they said that the bear is always around and never really...
    MIAMI (CBSMiami) – July is National Parks Month and for a cooped-up coronavirus weary nation local parks have provided a welcome refuge. “I think there is a new sense of discovery of the meaning of parks in people’s lives. I think people realize that parks are crucial infrastructure for the community,” said Maria Nardi, the Director of the Miami-Dade County Parks, Recreation and Open Spaces Department. Miami-Dade manages 270 parks plus boat ramps and golf courses. They were all reopened when elected leaders decided to slowly bring the population out of “stay at home orders.” “When we opened I think people felt a lot of concern that they were going to outdoors surrounded by other people. I think it gradually increased. Now I can tell you the golfing community and boating community were out in droves,” said Nardi. Eventually so were folks who just wanted “a walk in the park.”...
    The former editor of Vanity Fair has branded Harry and Meghan's move to LA a 'terrible mistake' because the Prince doesn't fit in there. Graydon Carter ran the publication when Meghan Markle announced in an interview with the glossy magazine that her and Harry were 'two people who are really happy and in love'. In an interview with The Telegraph the Canadian journalist, 71, said Harry would be crazy not to return to the UK, adding: 'Los Angeles is not a place for people who don't have a part in the professional firmament.   'Meghan was on a middling TV show that a lot of people didn't see, and as for Harry: being a soldier and liking football are just not saleable talents out there. You can get it right if you stay on message in LA'.   The former editor-in-chief also said that their move to Beverly Hills has saddened the British people...
    He did not mention that those countries have far fewer COVID-19 cases than the United States does. Kennedy said that some people who disagree with him are sincere, but charged, "There are some people who want to keep our schools closed because they think it gives them a political advantage, and they're using our kids as political pawns. And to them, I say, unashamedly, they can kiss my ass." "A pox on their houses," he said, claiming that there are "cynical people who are using this for political fodder" and that "have no soul." Kennedy's office did not immediately respond to an inquiry for this story. While some school systems abroad have reopened, in some places they have also had to close again due to new outbreaks. More than 175 Americans under the age of 25 have died so far from the coronavirus and at least 186 children across...
    Princess Sofia of Sweden has shared an adorable photograph of her two sons in the hope of encouraging people to enhoy staycations in their 'beautiful country'. The royal, 35, who is married to Prince Carl Philip of Sweden, 41, posted a snap of their children Alexander, four, and Gabriel, two, to their personal Instagram page over the weekend. Sitting on a wicker seat together, the siblings are dressed in shorts with Alexander sporting a brown hat and white T-shirt, while his brother dons a more formal buttoned shirt. The pair smiled for the camera as they enjoyed the sunshine in the countryside at Södermanland County, where the Royal family's Stenhammar Palace is located. Princess Sofia of Sweden has shared an adorable photograph of her two sons (pictured) Alexander, four, and Gabriel, two The royal (pictured in November 2019), 35, who is married to Prince Carl Philip of Sweden, 41, posted a snap of...
    BOSTON (CBS) – People near Boston’s waterfront Saturday evening didn’t let the overcast, rain or coronavirus fears stop them from enjoying a night out. “It’s honestly so much fun,” said one woman going into a brewery. National data shows the coronavirus is infecting mostly young people now. “[It’s] likely the people that you see in the clips and paper in crowds enjoying themselves,” said White House health advisor, Dr. Anthony Fauci. Many patrons said they trust their face coverings will prevent a second wave of infections. “We’re going to outdoor seating, so we’re not in an indoor space where it’s all claustrophobic,” one patron said. Young people out and about in Boston’s Seaport district Saturday night. (WBZ-TV) “I definitely trust the restaurants and the bars and everything – cleaning everything and having six feet apart,” said another. Although there is plenty of hand sanitizer at restaurants, breweries and wineries, some...
    Marking another milestone in France’s recovery from coronavirus lockdown, the Eiffel Tower reopened to visitors Thursday after its longest-ever closure in peace time: 104 days. Tourists who are trickling back to Paris were delighted to find the landmark open when some other attractions in the French capital remain closed. The Louvre Museum isn’t reopening until July 6. “It’s very special, very special because it’s only the Paris people,” said Annelies Bouwhuis, a 43-year-old visitor from the Netherlands. “We’ve seen a lot Paris people enjoying their city, enjoying their parks without all the tourists.” Lifts that usually whisk visitors up the 324-meter (1,063-feet) tall wrought-iron Eiffel Tower remain closed, so for now people have to take the stairs. Of the tower’s three decks, only the first two reopened. Those who made the climb Thursday were rewarded with far-away views and a light breeze in scorching summer weather. “I booked the first...
    By MASHA MACPHERSON, Associated Press Marking another milestone in France's recovery from coronavirus lockdown, the Eiffel Tower reopened to visitors Thursday after its longest-ever closure in peace time: 104 days. Tourists who are trickling back to Paris were delighted to find the landmark open when some other attractions in the French capital remain closed. The Louvre Museum isn't reopening until July 6. “It’s very special, very special because it’s only the Paris people," said Annelies Bouwhuis, a 43-year-old visitor from the Netherlands. “We’ve seen a lot Paris people enjoying their city, enjoying their parks without all the tourists." Lifts that usually whisk visitors up the 324-meter (1,063-feet) tall wrought-iron Eiffel Tower remain closed, so for now people have to take the stairs. Of the tower's three decks, only the first two reopened. Those who made the climb Thursday were rewarded with far-away views and a light breeze in scorching summer...
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