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    Keith Urban and Pink set the 2020 Academy of Country Music Awards stage ablaze when the two collaborated for one of many performances by country music’s standouts Wednesday evening. Urban, 52, who adopted master of ceremony duties for the 55th annual affair, and the “Beautiful Trauma” songstress, 41, joined forces in a big way for their showing of “One Too Many,” which they premiered at the show. The virtual performance in front of green screen backgrounds drew praise from many on social media who felt the song married their voices perfectly. KEITH URBAN SAYS NICOLE KIDMAN WAS ‘THE ONE’ HE WAS ‘SEARCHING FOR MY WHOLE LIFE' “Great song!! Those two together just blend so good!!” tweeted one fan. While another echoed...
    Keith City and Pink Steven Ferdman/Shutterstock; FELIPE TRUEBA/EPA-EFE/ShutterstockOne hell of a present! Keith City and Pink wowed viewers of the 2020 Academy of Nation Music Awards with a efficiency of their new collaboration, “One Too Many.” The nation celebrity, 52, and the “So What” singer, 41, joined forces on the Wednesday, September 16, ceremony to carry out the consuming track for the primary time. Earlier within the day, they launched the duet on streaming companies because the third single from City’s forthcoming album, The Pace of Now Half 1. “I spend all my cash consuming by myself, yeah / On this bar, simply sat right here observing my cellphone / And I hold second guessing, the place did I am...
    Brendan Smialowski/AFP/Getty Images An official White House pool report colorfully described the sendoff President Donald Trump received on his way to a rally in New Hampshire, noting Trump was saluted by “far too many middle fingers to count” from protesters who lined Pennsylvania Avenue. On Friday, Yahoo! News White House correspondent Hunter Walker drew the responsibility of submitting pool reports to the White House press office for distribution, and delivered a vivid portrayal of Trump’s trip to Joint Base Andrews, where he would depart for Manchester, New Hampshire: One fingered salutes along Pennsylvania Avenue The president’s motorcade moved down Pennsylvania Avenue on a route that took us past throngs of protesters who are presumably here for the events marking the...
    ONE tourist has died and dozens of people have been injured in China after going down a giant glass-bottomed slide “too fast”. The catastrophe unfolded when downpours caused tourists using the track to lose control of the speed and bump into each other. 5Footage on social media shows people appear not to be given safety gear 5Injured people can be seen at the bottom of the slide 5Water from a downpour had reportedly propelled the tourists too fast down the slide The tragedy took place on Wednesday afternoon when tourists used the 3,230-foot-long slide to descend a mountain in the Hugu Valley. Trending footage shows dozens of people sprawled on the ground at the foot of the slide after the...
    Former Democratic presidential candidate Andrew Yang said he was surprised on getting snubbed in the Democratic National Convention’s list of speakers, which was released this weekend. The star-studded list includes Barack and Michelle Obama, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, Hilary Clinton, and republican John Kasich. In presumptive democratic nominee Joe Biden’s court, three potential Vice President candidates — Kamala Harris, Keisha Lance Bottoms, and Tammy Duckworth — got the nod. The long list doesn’t include Yang, who speculated it might have happened because “‘maybe I endorsed against one too many incumbents,” he wrote on Twitter Tuesday. I’ve got to be honest I kind of expected to speak. — Andrew Yang???????????? (@AndrewYang) August 11, 2020 Maybe I endorsed against one too many...
    A Virginia state lawmaker strongly disagrees with the fall reopening plans announced by several area Catholic schools. More than half of the Diocese of Arlington’s 40-some Catholic schools intend to kick off the new school year with all in-person classes, five days a week. Del. Danica Roem doesn’t think that’s a good idea. “We don’t want to see anyone get sick. One child being sick is one too many,” she said. Roem thinks the safer route to follow would be the one being taken by many Northern Virginia public school districts: all online classes, at least at the start. “Coronavirus … can absolutely not only infect a student who may be asymptomatic or mildly symptomatic or have full blown symptoms,...
    The far-left and failing BuzzFeed just published what is presented as an oh-so important exposé about the “toxic work environment” on the Ellen Show. In truth, the only thing BuzzFeed has exposed is that a thin-skinned generation of simpering crybullies is not only on the rise but is being encouraged by a useless media. BuzzFeed dresses up its “reporting” as though it were some kind of groundbreaking reporting that reveals the hidden truth behind Ellen DeGeneres’ false face of “nice.” Well, it is nothing of the sort. But BuzzFeed does at least try to bury its shallow stupidity in a 2,000 word false-front ladled with buzz phrases, like “they faced racism, fear, and intimidation” and “retribution” and “day-to-day toxicity.” No...
    Sign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio implored New York state courts on Thursday to open next month as “fully as humanly possible” so that the city could “truly” have justice and safety.  “We cannot keep the city safe if we do not have a functioning court system,” de Blasio told reporters. “It has been too many months already. We owe it to our communities and we owe it to our police officers to restart the court system as vigorously as possible.” The plea comes after de Blasio touted the signing of six police reform bills, including legislation banning the NYPD from using chokeholds,...
    Pushing the boundaries: Long lines for COVID tests, stressed labs delay results as demand spikes The One Place You Should Be Buying Your Groceries, But Arent Too Many Autistic Adults Are Denied Basic Rights (Bloomberg Opinion) -- One of the more hopeful developments of an otherwise difficult year is the greater concern for the most vulnerable members of society, often accompanied by the realization that they are treated unfairly or worse by the justice system. And while the attention has so far focused on race and gender, it should also be extended to people with disabilities — or, if the word “disability” seems unsuitable, those who are different, neurologically and otherwise. Load Error Some of the very worst...
    NEW CASTLE, Pa. (KDKA) — A New Castle woman is facing charges for making too many false 911 calls. According to New Castle News, police say Loraine Peterson made 15 calls to the Lawrence Emergency Operations Center in a month, as of June 21, and eight more since then. In one call, the 56-year-old reported to police two individuals were inside her home. When police arrived, they found no one inside, New Castle News reports. The day before, police responded when Peterson said two people entered her apartment through a window, and law enforcement found the apartment empty. She is charged with two counts each of making false reports to police.
    A week ago, in the wake of a possible flattening of the COVID-19 growth curve, President Trump’s campaign could maintain some optimism. While polls suggested that the public trusted likely Democratic nominee Joe Biden as better than Trump at dealing with the health crisis, they continued to trust the president more on handling the economy. The polls were consistent with the idea that if he could convince the country to make the election about “who’s better for ensuring a strong American recovery?” he might be in a competitive position in November. Then came the death by asphyxiation of George Floyd under the knee of a Minneapolis policeman. DOUG SCHOEN: GEORGE FLOYD UNREST — ONLY THIS CAN SAVE DEMS FROM DEFEAT IN 2020 In...