LAFC defender Jordan Harvey shares a diary of his MLS-Orlando experience

LAFC defender Jordan Harvey is writing an occasional diary for the Los Angeles Times during his team’s time in quarantine at the MLS Is Back tournament in Orlando, Fla. This is the first installment. Saying goodbye to my family Monday was the toughest part. I cried like a baby. I felt like I was 15 […]

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Meghan McCain Throws Shade At Kanye West’s 2020 Run: He’s ‘Unhinged & Erratic’

Meghan McCain blasted Kanye West following his announcement to run for president, writing that he can’t ‘be taken seriously’ given his past behavior. Meghan McCain, 35, just made it clear she won’t be supporting Kanye West, 43, should he officially run for president. “There is no woman on planet earth, celebrity or private who could […]

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‘SNL’s infamous ‘cue card guy’ Wally Feresten launches side hustle

He’s playing his cards right. For the past 30 years, Wally Feresten has been writing and holding the off-camera script cards for America’s top performers on “Saturday Night Live” — and now, regular folks are engaging his services too. With the hugely popular sketch show on hiatus due to COVID-19, the enterprising, temporarily unemployed Feresten […]

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Beyonce Urges Black Community To ‘Vote Like Our Lives Depend On It’ In Inspiring BET Awards Speech

Just two weeks after writing a letter demanding justice for Breonna Taylor, Beyonce received a Humanitarian Award at the 2020 BET Awards from the one and only Michelle Obama! Beyonce, 38, appeared on the 2020 BET Awards with an inspiring message amidst the Black Lives Matter movement. The star was presented with a Humanitarian Awrd for […]

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Jason Sudeikis Talks Quarantining & “SNL” 45th Anniversary | Daily Pop | E! News

The actor and comedian remembers his "Saturday Night Live" audition and reveals he first got a writing gig before nabbing a cast spot. Watch! #JasonSudeikis #ENews #DailyPop Subscribe: http://bit.ly/enewssub Subscribe to Daily Pop The PODCAST: http://linktr.ee/dailypop About Daily Pop: Come for the Hollywood headlines, stay for the hot takes and juicy gossip. Our hosts discuss, […]

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Damian Hurley, 18, Mourns Dad Steve Bing After ‘Devastating’ Death: This Is A ‘Confusing Time’

Damian Hurley opened up on Instagram after his father, Steve Bing’s death, writing a heartfelt thank you note to those who reached out to him following the ‘devastating news.’ Model Damian Hurley posted a heartbreaking message on Instagram following his father, Steve Bing‘s tragic death. Damian, 18, wrote on June 23, “Thank you from the […]

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Usher Writes Powerful Op-Ed Urging That Juneteenth Become National Holiday: ‘This Country Must Change’

Usher called upon the federal government to make Juneteenth a national holiday, writing in a breathtaking essay that doing so will remind the nation of “the work America still has to do” in order to create real change. As protesters continue to rally against police brutality and racial inequality in the United States, Usher is […]

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Lance Bass Attends Black Lives Matter Protest After Getting Into Nasty Twitter Feud With Candace Owens

Lance Bass was spotted supporting the Black Lives Matter movement by writing a list of names of victims that died at the hands of police outside with his husband Michael Turchin and other supporters. Lance Bass, 41, made sure to do his part for the Black Lives Matter movement on June 12 when he walked […]

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ALMA Is Doing ‘Something Different’ With Her Debut Album: Get To Know The Finnish Singer-Songwriter Icon

ALMA is not new to the music industry, but thinks people ‘don’t know’ who she really is despite writing with big pop artists like Miley Cyrus and Ariana Grande. Enter ‘Have U Seen Her?,’ her debut album. You may have seen ALMA’s name in songwriting credits for big hits like Miley Cyrus’ “Slide Away” and the […]

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Selena Gomez Hints At Writing New Music While In Quarantine & Gushes Over Miley Cyrus

Selena Gomez is already ‘writing a lot’ after just releasing an album in January. She even called Miley Cyrus one of the ‘greatest singers ever’ while appearing on her fellow Disney Channel star’s Instagram Live show! Selena Gomez is taking advantage of her newfound downtime to put words to paper (or a Google Document). The […]

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I’ve Been Quarantined in Rome for 15 Days. Here’s What Americans Can Expect

Americans, my brothers and sisters. I am writing to you from a room during my coronavirus quarantine. That sounds absurd, doesn’t it? But we are at war. Like our grandparents. They were asked to go to the front, we have to fight from the sofa at home. So put on your pajamas, grab your remote […]

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States Say Some Doctors Stockpile Trial Coronavirus Drugs — For Themselves

Doctors are hoarding medications touted as possible coronavirus treatments by writing prescriptions for themselves and family members, according to pharmacy boards in states across the country. The stockpiling has become so worrisome in Idaho, Kentucky, Ohio, Nevada, Oklahoma, North Carolina, and Texas that the boards in those states have issued emergency restrictions or guidelines on […]

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Shannon K Reveals The Inspiration Behind Her Song ‘I Do’: It’s About ‘Wanting The Best’ For An Ex

After writing about ‘bitter memories,’ Shannon K tells us that she changed her perspective for ‘I Do.’ She also shares what Billie Eilish song she’d love to cover, her quarantine plans, and more. Born in India, raised in the UK, but with a universal sound that touches hearts everywhere, Shannon K is one of the […]

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Sorry, but Working From Home Is Overrated

I’m writing this from the makeshift quarantine bunker in my dining room — sweatpants on, hand sanitizer nearby, snacking my way through my emergency rations. I’m getting plenty of work done, but I’m starting to get unnerved by the lack of stimulation. It’s been hours (days?) since I interacted face to face with a human […]

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In Tense Labor Standoff, Baristas Accuse Service Company of Abuse and Pay Gaps

One transgender barista said his supervisors kept writing “Jessica” instead of Jay on his work schedule. They stared at his stubble and frowned at his deepening voice. A manager even laughed when he told her to stop referring to him as “she,” said the barista, Jay Kelly, who works at a Starbucks at Orlando International […]

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