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    The Houston mom accused of abandoning her three young boys after her boyfriend allegedly beat her fourth child to death, leaving the kids in a squalid apartment for nearly a year with the decomposing corpse, underwent a drastic change after linking up with the man now accused of killing her 8-year-old son, according to the grandmother of one of the survivors. When Gloria Williams, 35, disappeared from Linda Smith’s life about three years ago, Smith said she also lost all contact with her grandson, Ja’Veon Kirklin. The 7-year-old’s father and Smith’s son, Jonathan Kirklin, had never been part of the child’s life. But Smith took in Gloria, Ja’Veon, and his siblings for a few months in 2014 while Kirklin was incarcerated. And although Smith eventually asked Williams to leave over what she claims was promiscuous behavior, Smith said Williams was, at that time, a kind and decent person. “I know she didn’t drink or do drugs [when she was living with me],” Smith, 71, told The Daily Beast, saying she barely recognizes the Williams she is now seeing in the...
    A senior ABC News source says it's time to 'extinguish the dumpster fire at The View' after Kamala Harris became embroiled in the chat show's COVID fiasco last week.   The Vice President was set to sit down with the program's stars for a lengthy face-to-face interview Friday before co-hosts Sunny Hostin and Ana Navarro 'tested positive' for COVID at the eleventh hour.  The pair were booted from the show's stage as producers scrambled to make sure Harris hadn't come into contact with any potentially infected employees. She eventually conducted a shortened interview via video link from another room at ABC's New York studios.  Harris' office is said to be 'deeply concerned' that the positive test results were returned so late. They are also 'puzzled' by a lack of explanation from producers.  A senior ABC News insider exclusively told DailyMail.com Wednesday that the fallout from the fiasco is likely to be long-lasting  'We've always boasted about being the most important political show in America but now the White House thinks we're a joke,' the anonymous source raged.  'Friday's show encapsulates all...
    Congresswoman Yvette D. Clarke (NY-09) and Senator Raphael Warnock (GA) introduced H.R. 2198 / S. 1032, a bill previously introduced in the 116th Congress by then-Senator Kamala Harris and Congresswoman Clarke, to direct the Joint Committee on the Library to obtain a statue of Shirley Chisholm for placement in the United States Capitol. In 1968, Shirley Chisholm was elected to represent New York’s 12th District, the heart of Brooklyn, in the United States House of Representatives. In doing so, she became the first Black woman to serve in Congress. This action would become the first of many firsts for Chisholm. In 1969, she co-founded the Congressional Black Caucus, and in 1972, she became the first Black woman and first Caribbean American woman to seek the nomination for president from a major political party, paving the way for Vice President Kamala Harris’s own run for the presidency. Beyond her legacy as a trailblazer, Chisholm’s legacy as a passionate legislator left lasting imprints on men, women, and children around the country. From her efforts to expand family healthcare services to her...
    New York : Kamala Harris. Photo: ETIENNE LAURENT / EFE Just a few weeks ago, Kamala harris settled in his new home in Massachusetts Avenue, at the official residence designated for U.S. Vice Presidents, but has other properties, which make it a great real estate investor. He has houses in California and Washington that are worth about $ 8 million., not to mention the home he is now occupying as VP. In DC, Kamala has an apartment that only has two bedrooms with bright and welcoming interiors, but that stands out both for its location, since it is a few meters from the White House, and for the building itself, which has an impressive glass structure. He bought it for $ 489,000 when he became a San Francisco prosecutor in 2004, which has doubled in value for being a few steps from several technology companies such as Uber, Airbnb and Salesforce. The second house that she has in California, specifically in Los Angeles, and that she shares with her current husband, Douglas Emhoff, she bought,...
    Social media users are convinced that The Simpsons predicted Kamala Harris's vice presidency. On Wednesday, the 56-year-old attended the inauguration in a bright purple outfit by American designers Christopher John Rogers and Sergio Hudson, which she accessorized with a custom pearl necklace by Puerto Rican designer Wilfredo Rosado. The ensemble bore a striking resemblance to one worn by Lisa Simpson in a 2000 episode of the cartoon — in which a grown-up Lisa is President of the United States.   Big moment: Social media users are convinced that The Simpsons predicted Kamala Harris's vice presidency Matchy-matchy: VP Harris wore a purple outfit with pearls to inauguration, just like Lisa Simpson wore in a 2000 episode in which she becomes president Lisa's look includes a purple blazer, a top with a high collar, and a pearl necklace with matching earrings In the classic episode of The Simpsons, called 'Bart to the Future,' Lisa is elected President of the US and wears an outfit that looks a lot like what VP Harris wore yesterday. Lisa's look includes a purple blazer, a...
    Yesterday, Kamala Harris became vice president of the United States – the first woman, the first person of South Asian descent, and the first African American to do so. Harris also became the first vice president to have graduated from a historically black college or university. Each of these achievements is significant in its own right. However, the vice presidency itself has traditionally been a relatively insignificant position, though the office has become more influential in recent years. The ‘most insignificant’ office?
    (CBSDFW.COM) – North Texas native and Vanderbilt football kicker Sarah Fuller got an opportunity to take part in history as she introduced Vice President Kamala Harris during an inauguration celebration Wednesday evening. In a video message, Fuller, who became the first woman to score in a Power Five conference football game, welcomed the first-ever female vice president during the “Celebrating America” event on television. Were proud of @SarahFuller_27 for representing @VanderbiltU as the world watched.#VandyUnited | #AnchorDown pic.twitter.com/z6KjbsXi1p — Vanderbilt Athletics (@vucommodores) January 21, 2021 “Seeing other women break barriers and be the first at what they do inspired me and gave me the strength to succeed,” Fuller said in the video. “That’s why it is such an honor to introduce a true groundbreaker and after 232 years of waiting being able to say these words, our nation’s first woman vice president, Vice President Kamala Harris.” Fuller, a former soccer star at Wylie High School, is a goalkeeper for the Vanderbilt women’s soccer team and helped the team win the Southeastern Conference tournament. She made history on Nov. 28,...
    The 25 best TV couples of all time 20 Most Tax-Friendly Places for Wealthy Families How Sarah Fuller became part of Joe Biden-Kamala Harris inauguration NASHVILLE, Tenn. — Sarah Fuller went from Vanderbilt soccer player to a featured guest in the Joe Biden-Kamala Harris inauguration celebration in less than two months. These $19k SUVs Will Make You Trade in Your Car Ad Microsoft The Highest Paying Cash Back Card Has Hit The Market Ad Microsoft Full screen 1/14 SLIDES © George Walker IV / Tennessean.com Vanderbilt place kicker Sarah Fuller (32) kicks an extra point to tie up the game against Tennessee during the first quarter at Vanderbilt Stadium Saturday, Dec. 12, 2020 in Nashville, Tenn. 2/14 SLIDES © George Walker IV / Tennessean.com Vanderbilt place kicker Sarah Fuller (32) celebrates with her teammates after kicking an extra point to tie up the game against Tennessee during...
    SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- "Get ready America, because Kamala Harris is a-coming," said Rebecca Prozan.Years before Prozan became the current head of Google's West Coast Region for Government Affairs and Public Policy, she was once Vice President Kamala Harris' campaign manager.ABC7 News interviewed Prozan on Zoom Wednesday morning, just hours before Harris was sworn-in as Vice President at the U.S. Capitol.RELATED: Watch Kamala Harris journey from Berkeley to become 1st Black, Asian woman elected to vice presidencyProzan first met Harris in the mid-1990s. She eventually became Harris' campaign manager, when Harris ran to become San Francisco's District Attorney.
    10 Sweatshirts To Feel Cozy and Warm in This Winter NFL fans rightly crushed the refs for this really lame roughing-the-passer call 39 Gifts That Are Selling Like Hotcakes During The Holidays Ad Microsoft Top credit card wipes out interest until 2022 (seriously) Ad Microsoft Full screen 1/12 SLIDES © MediaPunch/REX/Shutterstock On December 14, Joe Biden officially became the President-elect after the Electoral College met and certified his win. Although the certification was merely a formality, it became somewhat intriguing due to the whispers of "faithless electors" and President Trump's hope that electors would spurn the will of a pro-Biden state and cast a vote for him (none did). Much of Hollywood, who, by and large, overwhelmingly supported the Biden-Harris ticket, reacted with glee, despite the fact that the result of the Electoral College's meeting was essentially already known. Elijah Wood, for instance, tweeted, "Ok, now that Biden & Harris...
    (CNN)Kamala Harris on Saturday made history as America's first woman, first Black and first South Asian vice president-elect. But she will not be the first person of color to serve as vice president of the United States. In 1928, Charles Curtis -- a Native American lawmaker and member of the Kaw Nation -- became President Herbert Hoover's vice president. Curtis grew up in North Topeka, Kansas, where he was born to a White father and a one-quarter Kaw Indian mother. He was the great-great grandson of White Plume, a Kaw chief known for offering to help the Lewis and Clark expedition in 1804, according to the US Senate.He spent much of his childhood living with his maternal grandparents on the Kaw reservation in Council Grove, Kansas. Curtis even spoke Kansa, the Siouan language of the Great Plains, before he learned English.Charles Curtis, left, and Herbert Hoover, in 1928.His ability to speak Kansa allowed him to fit in the tribe comfortably, according to the US Senate website. He also learned to ride ponies and eventually became a winning jockey. Read MoreWhile...
    SAN FRANCISCO (KPIX 5) — Depending on the final outcome of this rollercoaster election, Kamala Harris is poised to become the first woman to reach the office of Vice President when all the votes are counted. Her ties to the Bay Area abound. While many in the Bay Area are celebrating her rise and possible historic achievement, she also has her share of critics. “To have someone like her of her intelligence step in, with her background possibly going in the White House, it’s a good day for America,” said District Attorney for Santa Clara County Jeff Rosen. Harris spent part of her childhood in the Berkeley flats. She became the first woman, first Black and first South Asian when elected as San Francisco’s District Attorney in 2003. “To see people like Kamala Harris and people who are not just in office that can actually claim that trajectory she did play a huge role in regards to my confidence to run for office,” said Oakland City Councilmember Sheng Thao. Bruce Cain has followed Harris’ career for decades and is a...
    Georgia and Tennessee have elected the first known LGBT members to their state legislatures. Kim Jackson, who is openly lesbian, was elected to represent heavily Democratic District 41 in the Georgia State Senate, making her the first openly gay Senator in the state. “There has never been an openly LGBTQ State Senator in Georgia, and it shows by the bigoted bills they’ve passed,” The LGBTQ Victory Fund said on Twitter. “Our Spotlight Candidate Kim Jackson's win tonight changes that.” There has never been an openly LGBTQ State Senator in Georgia, and it shows by the bigoted bills they’ve passed. Our Spotlight Candidate Kim Jackson's win tonight changes that. Congratulations on your victory, @KimforGeorgia! pic.twitter.com/5Ism7PN2ti— LGBTQ Victory Fund (@VictoryFund) November 4, 2020 Jackson is an Episcopal priest and social justice advocate, according to The Advocate. In Tennessee, Torrey Harris became the first LGBTQ member of the state legislature, winning election to the State House. He will be representing District 90, which is heavily Democratic.  According to the Commercial Appeal, Harris overwhelmingly knocked out incumbent John Deberry (D), with Harris winning 77...
    Can you spare a square? We Press On Because Theres No Other Way: Running a Restaurant in Mexico City Under COVID-19 How Politicians Became 2020s Biggest Fashion Influencers It seems like several lifetimes ago that Michelle Obama shocked a public steeped in couture-clad First Ladies by rotating through a kaleidoscope of young designers—Thakoon and Jason Wu among them. In her Netflix documentary Becoming, Obama addresses the pressures that caused her to embrace clothing as part of her messaging. “Fashion for a woman still predominates how people view you, and that’s not fair, that’s not right. But it’s true,”she says. With her choices, Obama moved the needle, proving it’s possible to be a woman of substance and intelligence and still love style. © JUSTIN SULLIVAN/GETTY IMAGES; JARED SOARES; AP/SHUTTERSTOCK. Politicians like Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, Kamala Harris and Nancy Pelosi have become bona fide fashion icons. © Justin Sullivan Kamala Harris at San Francisco Pride in 2019. Now we have a vice-presidential candidate, Kamala Harris, who wields fashion choices like weapons in her arsenal. There was her denim jacket of rainbow colors,...
    Bob Brigham September 9, 2020 8:49AM (UTC) This article originally appeared on Raw Story President Donald Trump lashed out at Sen. Kamala Harris (D-CA) during a rally held in violation of North Carolina's COVID-19 regulations. "Nobody likes her," Trump claimed. According to the Real Clear Politics polling average, Harris has a 45.9% favorability rating average with only 41.3% unfavorable, giving her a 4.6% net favorablity rating. Trump only has a 452% favorablility rating average, with 55.3% unfavorable, giving him a negative 13.3% net favorability rating. : "She could never be the first woman president. That would be an insult to our country," Trump argued. Trump then repeatedly mispronounced her name, which sounds like "comma-la." Bob Brigham MORE FROM Bob Brigham
    Savannah Rychcik September 8, 2020 0 Comments President Donald Trump is launching his latest attack on Democratic vice presidential nominee Kamala Harris. He told his supporters during a campaign rally in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, Harris could never become the first female president because the American people would not allow it. “People don’t like her. Nobody likes her. She could never be the first woman president. She could never be. That would be an insult to our country,” Trump said. Watch his comments below: "People dont like her. Nobody likes her. She could never be the first woman president. She could never be. That would be an insult to our country," says Trump about Kamala Harris pic.twitter.com/LLi6VSvyLA— Bloomberg QuickTake (@QuickTake) September 8, 2020 The president previously described her as “nasty, a sort of madwoman, a disaster, the meanest, most horrible, most disrespectful of anybody in the U.S. Senate.” Harris recently responded to several of Trump’s insults during her joint interview with Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden on ABC News on Aug. 21, as IJR previously reported. She told...
    President Donald Trump went on a brief tangent during his North Carolina rally Tuesday night on Kamala Harris. As he was teeing off on Joe Biden and radical liberals, the president said, “If our foreign adversaries were devising a scheme to cripple America, they could hardly do better than the Biden/Kamala Harris… Kamala….” He proceeded to go off on Harris and how poorly she did in the Democratic primary. “People don’t like her,” he said. “Nobody likes her. She could never be the first woman president, she could never be. That would be an insult to our country.” You can watch above, via Fox News. Have a tip we should know? [email protected]
    Fox News contributor Lisa Marie Boothe said Wednesday that Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden did not care about escalating violence across America until it became a political liability. Boothe made her claim during the opening segment of “Outnumbered” in response to fellow contributor Marie Harf, who argued that President Donald Trump was the one stoking the flames of racial division. (RELATED: ‘Obviously Black Lives Matter. I Think Mine Does’: Harris Faulkner Has ‘A Lot Of Questions’ About 3 AM Protests) WATCH: Harf said that Trump had been dividing Americans “for weeks now”  with his rhetoric, adding that Biden stood out in stark contrast to that. Boothe was quick to reply, saying, “We know that Joe Biden and Kamala Harris don’t care about the violent riots because they didn’t mention it the week of the DNC convention. They could have condemned it.” Boothe went on to mention by name several people who had lost their lives in the dangerous riots — including retired St. Louis police Captain David Dorn, whose widow Ann Dorn was asked to speak at last week’s...
    Joe Biden's presidential campaign captured the moment the presumptive nominee tele-called Kamala from his home office in Wilmington Tuesday: "You ready to go to work?" And, "First of all, is the answer yes?" "The answer is absolutely yes, Joe, and I am ready to work. I am ready to do this with you, for you," Harris replied. "I'm just — I'm deeply honored and I'm very excited." The call bookends a brief bio video, narrated by Harris and released by the campaign after the announcement of her selection as the first Black woman running mate for a major party, and the first Asian-American. Though that moment was made public, the Biden campaign succeeded in keeping her selection a secret until it chose to announce it, and information about the process was also for the most part closely guarded. A Biden campaign official shared some details afterward about what went on over the past several months.  The vetting committee met with a first round of more than 20 candidates and then narrowed the list to 11.  Senator Amy Klobuchar, who was asked by Biden to undergo...
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