SpaceX guiding NASA astronauts to 1st splashdown in 45 years

The first astronauts to ride a SpaceX capsule into orbit headed toward a retro-style splashdown in the Gulf of Mexico on Sunday afternoon to close out a two-month test flight. It will mark the first splashdown in 45 years for NASA astronauts and the first return in the gulf. Unlike Florida’s Atlantic coast, already feeling […]

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Gia Giudice, 19, & Mom Teresa, 48 Twin In Bikinis & Matching Gucci Hats After She Debuts New Nose

Like mother, like daughter! Teresa & Gia Giudice headed to a Jersey beach to soak up some summertime sunshine and looked so cute in this new photo! Gia Giudice, 19, twinned with her gorgeous mom Teresa, 48! The college student and Real Housewives of New Jersey star posed on pretty Ortley Beach for a cute new photo […]

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Bryan Lanning Reveals Inspiration Behind New Country Album: I Wanted ‘Something That Felt Authentic’

For his sophomore album, singer-songwriter and ‘Daily Bumps’ star Bryan Lanning headed back to the country, and he tells HollywoodLife why ‘Same Town’ represents a sound that’s truer to his’ roots.’ For Bryan Lanning, Same Town is not just an album – it’s a chance for him to truly find his voice as a musician. […]

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‘United We Fall’s Christina Vidal Mitchell Reveals Why She Loves Playing Jo: ‘This Is Me’ As A Mom

Christina Vidal Mitchell is headed to the sitcom world in ‘United We Fall.’ She spoke with HL about Jo and Bill’s relationship, the ‘huge compliment’ Jane Curtin gave her, and more. United We Fall premieres July 15 at 8 p.m. on ABC. The show follows the trials and tribulations of Jo and Bill, the parents […]

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A Resurgence of the Virus, and Lockdowns, Threatens Economic Recovery

WASHINGTON — The United States economy is headed for a tumultuous autumn, with the threat of closed schools, renewed government lockdowns, empty stadiums and an uncertain amount of federal support for businesses and unemployed workers all clouding hopes for a rapid rebound from recession. For months, the prevailing wisdom among investors, Trump administration officials and […]

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News outlets seek to unseal files on Saints owner Tom Benson

News outlets including The Associated Press headed to court Wednesday seeking to unseal court records involving the mental competency of billionaire Tom Benson when he rewrote his will to give his third wife ownership of the New Orleans Saints and Pelicans sports franchises. Public interest in the 2015 case has been heightened, the news organizations […]

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July Fourth weekend will test Americans’ discipline

The U.S. headed into the Fourth of July weekend with many parades and fireworks displays canceled, beaches and bars closed, and health authorities warning that this will be a crucial test of Americans’ self-control that could determine the trajectory of the surging coronavirus outbreak. With confirmed cases climbing in 40 states, governors have ordered the […]

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July Fourth weekend will test Americans’ discipline

The U.S. headed into the Fourth of July weekend with many parades and fireworks displays canceled, beaches and bars closed, and health authorities warning that this will be a crucial test of Americans’ self-control that could determine the trajectory of the surging coronavirus outbreak. With confirmed cases climbing in 40 states, governors have ordered the […]

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Ryan Kalil says he ‘couldn’t be more thrilled’ to see Cam Newton on Patriots

Quarterback Cam Newton is headed to the New England Patriots, and that puts his longtime center in an unusual — and somewhat uncomfortable — position. “I never thought I’d be excited to watch the Patriots and root for them in this way,” said Ryan Kalil, who snapped the ball to Newton for eight seasons with […]

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‘Council Of Dads’ Sneak Peek: Robin Evacuates With The Kids As A Nasty Storm Moves In

A terrible storm is headed right for Tybee Island, so Robin is trying to get the kids to safety in this EXCLUSIVE preview of ‘Council of Dads.’ However, Theo wants to have a talk in the midst of all the chaos. The car is almost all packed up and ready to go, but Theo wants […]

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Colbert bandleader Jon Batiste heads musical march of George Floyd protesters in NYC

Musician Jon Batiste, bandleader of “The Late Show with Stephen Colbert,” headed a musical march of George Floyd protesters through the Big Apple streets over the weekend. “Look what we’re doing. We’re using music to bring people together of all races, of all genders for black lives,” Batiste told CNN’s Bill Weir on Saturday. Video showed […]

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NBA plans for a July 31 return, with 22 teams resuming season in Orlando

The NBA is on track for a July 31 return, with 22 of its 30 teams headed to Orlando, Fla., for a resumption of their season that’s been on hold since March 11 because of the coronavirus crisis. NBA Commissioner Adam Silver will present his restart plan to the league’s board of governors during a […]

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US heads into a new week shaken by violence

WASHINGTON — After six straight days of unrest, America headed into a new work week Monday with neighborhoods in shambles, urban streets on lockdown and political leaders struggling to control the coast-to-coast outpouring of rage over police killings of black people. Despite curfews in big cities across the U.S. and the deployment of thousands of […]

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Venezuelan ex-politician, Maduro ally charged by US with narco-terrorism, cocaine trafficking

A former Venezuelan lawmaker accused of working with a drug cartel allegedly headed by high-ranking military officials and international terror groups is facing multiple drug trafficking and weapons offenses in another round of criminal charges targeting the regime of embattled Venezuelan leader Nicolas Maduro. Adel El Zabayar was charged Wednesday in a New York City federal […]

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Michael Jackson musical ‘MJ’ moved to spring 2021 due to coronavirus

“MJ,” the Michael Jackson stage musical headed for Broadway, will begin previews next March, an eight-month postponement due to the coronavirus pandemic shutdown. The new dates were announced today by producers Lia Vollack Productions and The Michael Jackson Estate. The world premiere of “MJ,” featuring Jackson’s music, will begin previews on Monday, March 8, 2021, […]

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EU’s Most Virus-Shielded Member Seen Headed for U-Shaped Rebound

© Reuters. EU’s Most Virus-Shielded Member Seen Headed for U-Shaped Rebound (Bloomberg) — The economy seen as most resilient to the coronavirus in the European Union, Poland bottomed out in April and is heading for a U-shape recovery, according to the head of its relief efforts. The EU sees Poland’s gross domestic product shrinking 4.3% […]

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‘Growing Up Hip Hop’ Preview: Egypt Surprises Tee Tee In Jamaica & Tee Tee Wants To Clear The Air

The drama is headed to Jamaica! In this EXCLUSIVE ‘Growing Up Hip Hop’ preview, Eygpt shows up where Tee Tee is staying in Jamaica and Tee Tee hopes to be able to talk to her cousin. There’s still a lot of tension between Egypt Criss and Tee Tee Francis, so it takes Tee Tee by […]

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Cam Newton and Patriots are perfect match that might not happen

Could Cam Newton really be headed to New England? Oddsmakers seem to think so. One sports book, PointsBet, has moved the odds of a Patriots-Newton marriage to the heavy favorites at -190, despite unwavering reports of the team’s disinterest in the 2015 NFL MVP. Jeff Howe of The Athletic wrote on March 24 that “it […]

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Eagles create weird Carson Wentz dynamic with Jalen Hurts NFL Draft 2020 pick

In a second day stunner, Jalen Hurts is headed to the City of Brotherly Love, selected in the second round (53rd overall) by the Eagles, earlier than most experts expected him to go. The former Alabama and Oklahoma star quarterback could be Carson Wentz’s backup, or possibly be used as a change of pace in […]

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Donald Kennedy, Who Led Stanford in 1980s, Dies at 88

Donald Kennedy, a neurobiologist who headed the Food and Drug Administration before becoming president of Stanford University, where he oversaw major expansions of its campus and curriculum and weathered a crisis over research spending, died on April 21 in Redwood City, Calif. He was 88. His death, at a residential care facility, was caused by […]

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The ‘Red Dawn’ Emails: 8 Key Exchanges on the Faltering Response to the Coronavirus

WASHINGTON — As the coronavirus emerged and headed toward the United States, an extraordinary conversation was hatched among an elite group of infectious disease doctors and medical experts in the federal government and academic institutions around the nation. Red Dawn — a nod to the 1984 film with Patrick Swayze and Charlie Sheen — was […]

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Fed’s Kaplan sees U.S. growth returning in second half, but consumers staying cautious

By Ann Saphir SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) – The U.S. economy is headed for a return to growth in the second half of the year after a steep decline this quarter, Dallas Federal Reserve Bank President Robert Kaplan said on Wednesday. But even after infections of the coronavirus crest and the economy begins to reopen, he […]

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Myles Powell adds to college basketball accolades with Jerry West Award

The novel coronavirus pandemic took away Myles Powell’s postseason, but he’s not headed to the professional ranks empty-handed. The Seton Hall superstar guard from Trenton will be leaving the New Jersey school with plenty of hardware. Powell’s latest honor was the Jerry West Award, given to the nation’s top shooting guard, it was announced Tuesday […]

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