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    DECLAN RICE is using the international break to brush up on his golf. The West Ham and England star posted various pictures after he flew to Scotland to play at one golf's most famous courses - St Andrews. 4Rice posted a picture of him jetting off to Scotland 4The West Ham man was stuck in a bunker at one point 4The England international enjoyed his day out on the golf course A series of Instagram photos began with Rice sitting on the wing of a plane as he prepared to jet off to Fife. And he then went on to detail his experience in Scotland with various shots of him playing alongside some of his friends. As well as the snaps, Rice also added the caption: "Scotland photo dump." However, Leicester star James Maddison could not help but poke fun at the Hammers man. In one photo, Rice was trying to chip his way out of a bunker he had unintentionally found himself in. And Maddison replied to the social media post by saying: "All the best in that bunker."...
    Janet Jackson is shooting down rumors that she had a baby with her ex-husband James DeBarge and kept it a secret in the 1980s. In her upcoming two-night documentary, which begins Friday night on Lifetime and A&E, the 55-year-old pop singer vehemently denies that she ever had a child from her first marriage. Instead, she blames the rumors of a secret child on vicious chit-chat over her weight gain on the set of NBC's fame, which she attributes to starting a new birth control regimen.  No love child: Janet Jackson, 55, denied ever having a secret child with her ex-husband James DeBarge in the 1980s in her upcoming Lifetime and A&E documentary; seen with DeBarge in 1985 in Los Angeles 'I could never keep a child away from James. How could I keep a child from their father? I could never do that. That’s not right,' Jackson says in an interview for the documentary. According to her, rumors began spreading when she joined the NBC series Fame for its fourth season. RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next ...
    RAQUEL Leviss broke down in tears as she revealed that she's "on the verge of panic" after her breakup with fiancé James Kennedy. The Vanderpump Rules stars announced the end of their engagement during the season nine reunion on Tuesday. 5Raquel shared distress over her therapist cancelingCredit: Instagram/Raquel Leviss 5She expressed 'panic' and 'rage' before watching the season reunionCredit: Instagram/Raquel Leviss Raquel, 27, opened up about her "anxiety" before the show aired, sparking concern on her Instagram stories as she dealt with severe "emotions" and "panic." The reality star spoke to the camera selfie-style in just a white sweatshirt with her hair pulled back and her face makeup-free. "Don't you just love it when your therapist can't make your appointment and doesn't tell you that she's not gonna be there for two weeks in a row?" she asked while face-palming. "Of course, my therapist doesn't know that today is not really one of the most anxiety-ridden days of my life, but it definitely is one of the most emotional days of my life and I am on the verge of...
    Bravo James Kennedy and Raquel Leviss. James Kennedy and Raquel Leviss opened up about their breakup on the “Vanderpump Rules” season 9 reunion, and it was a heartbreaking reveal for both them and their co-stars. But nearly two months after the reunion taped, things seem to have changed. Read on for the details on the couple’s split, and find out the bold move Leviss made now that she’s a single woman.Andy Cohen Got Right into Questions About James Kennedy & Raquel Leviss’ Relationship BravoVanderpump Rules reunion. The engagement of Kennedy and Leviss was a major storyline on the 9th season of “Vanderpump Rules,” so perhaps it’s no surprise that the couple’s split took up a large chunk of the reunion. Host Andy Cohen wasted no time getting into it as he noted that something seemed “afoot” with the two. After Kennedy admitted he has been “better,” Leviss revealed that they had decided to call it quits on their five-year relationship. “We’ve decided to break off the engagement,” Leviss revealed. ”It’s been something that I’ve been thinking about...
    Monday at 2 p.m. EST, controllers at the James Webb Space Telescope (JWST) Mission Operations Center commanded the telescope to fire its onboard thrusters for five minutes. At 2:05 p.m., JWST officially arrived at the second Sun-Earth Lagrange point known as L2, 30 days after being launched on Christmas Day. Located 1 million miles from Earth, L2 is JWST’s permanent home in space. The original schedule indicated this would happen at 29 days after launch, but an extra day was added for logistical reasons for the team and worldwide ground resources. The extra day had no impact on the mission. For “insertion into the L2 orbit, it was not that critical of a final burn,” according to NASA and Northrop Grumman representatives at a media teleconference held after the successful maneuver. They also commented that the final fuel available amount will be forthcoming, which is the determining factor for mission length, adding that “JWST will not need to be refueled.” The last mission length estimate provided following the previous midcourse correction maneuvers was 20 years. Hints were given Monday that...
    When LeBron James gets his sixth point on Tuesday during the Los Angeles Lakers' game at Brooklyn, it'll put him up to 36,387 in his career. That'll be exactly 2,000 points shy of Kareem Abdul-Jabbar. CLICK HERE FOR MORE SPORTS COVERAGE ON FOXNEWS.COM Start the countdown. It's no longer be a question of if James will pass Abdul-Jabbar as the NBA’s all-time scoring leader, but when. At his current pace, it’s possible that James may move into the No. 1 spot by this time next season, maybe even a bit earlier. "As I’ve continued to climb the ranks, it is natural, human, to look at it and see where you are and see if it’s even possible, see if you’re capable," James said. It’s more than possible. He’s more than capable. James is going to get a taste of what it’s like to catch Abdul-Jabbar in the next few games. When talking about official records, such as all-time scoring leaders, the NBA sticks solely to regular-season games and doesn’t add playoff totals to the mix. Add Abdul-Jabbar’s playoff games to...
    Getty Scheana Shay poses in December 2021. “Vanderpump Rules” star Scheana Shay is engaged to Brock Davies, who is the father of her 9-month-old child, Summer. The Australian native proposed to Shay in season 9, episode 14. Following the proposal, the rugby player informed the 36-year-old that he wanted to have a secret wedding while they were in Santa Barbara for Raquel Leviss and James Kennedy’s engagement party. The couple decided to not go through with the plan, but let their co-stars know that they were engaged while Leviss and Kennedy were horseback riding during season 9, episode 15. Lala Kent told Kennedy about their engagement and their original plan to get married during the Santa Barbara trip. The professional DJ approached Davies at his engagement party, which caused an argument. Kennedy ended up requesting the father-of-three to leave the celebration.  “I don’t want to talk to you because you’re yelling at me at my party. I’ve got my f***ing family here. I don’t need this from you. You’re rude, you’re obnoxious, and you don’t give a f***...
    When LeBron James gets his sixth point on Tuesday during the Los Angeles Lakers’ game at Brooklyn, it’ll put him up to 36,387 in his career. That’ll be exactly 2,000 points shy of Kareem Abdul-Jabbar. Start the countdown. It’s no longer be a question of if James will pass Abdul-Jabbar as the NBA’s all-time scoring leader, but when. At his current pace, it’s possible that James may move into the No. 1 spot by this time next season, maybe even a bit earlier. “As I’ve continued to climb the ranks, it is natural, human, to look at it and see where you are and see if it’s even possible, see if you’re capable,” James said. It’s more than possible. He’s more than capable. James is going to get a taste of what it’s like to catch Abdul-Jabbar in the next few games. When talking about official records, such as all-time scoring leaders, the NBA sticks solely to regular-season games and doesn’t add playoff totals to the mix. Add Abdul-Jabbar’s playoff games to his total, and he scored 44,149 points. James...
    The Miami Heat knew the run was coming. Even early in the fourth quarter, with a 23-point lead, Heat players were telling each other that the game wasn't over. They were right. And they handled the moment — then moved atop the Eastern Conference. Jimmy Butler broke LeBron James' record for triple-doubles in a Miami uniform, Duncan Robinson scored 25 points and the Heat held off a furious comeback attempt from the Los Angeles Lakers on the way to a 113-107 win on Sunday night. CLICK HERE FOR MORE SPORTS COVERAGE ON FOXNEWS.COM Los Angeles Lakers forward LeBron James (6) attempts to pass the ball as Miami Heat forward P.J. Tucker, center, and guard Gabe Vincent (2) defend during the first half of an NBA basketball game, Sunday, Jan. 23, 2022, in Miami. (AP Photo/Lynne Sladky) "I think those are important experiences to go through together," Heat coach Erik Spoelstra said. The win, combined with losses by Brooklyn and Chicago, put Miami (30-17) at the top of the East, a half-game ahead of the Nets (29-17) and a game...
    FAIRFIELD, Conn. (CBSNewYork) — A Connecticut man is facing charges after police say he went on a tirade in a smoothie store. Police say video shows 48-year-old James Iannazzo throwing a drink that hit a worker and yelling racist comments Saturday inside a Robeks outlet in Fairfield. READ MORE: Rookie NYPD Officer Sumit Sulan Hailed A Hero For Quick Actions In Deadly Harlem ShootingIt happened after Iannazzo’s son reportedly had a severe allergic reaction to a drink from the store. READ MORE: NYPD Officer Wilbert Mora Remains In Grave Condition At NYU LangoneHe left and later turned himself into police, and was arrested on several charges. MORE NEWS: NYPD Officer Jason Rivera 'Always Said He Wanted To Be A Police Officer;' Wake And Funeral Set For This WeekMerrill Lynch, where Iannazzo worked, issued a statement to CBS affiliate WFSB. “Our company does not tolerate behavior of this kind. We immediately investigated and have taken action.  This individual is no longer employed at our firm,” the statement read. His attorney, Frank J. Riccio II, also posted a statement: Statement regarding James...
    MIAMI (AP) — The Miami Heat knew the run was coming. Even early in the fourth quarter, with a 23-point lead, Heat players were telling each other that the game wasn’t over. They were right. And they handled the moment — then moved atop the Eastern Conference. READ MORE: Hearing Monday Ahead Of Parkland Shooter Nikolas Cruz's Sentencing TrialJimmy Butler broke LeBron James’ record for triple-doubles in a Miami uniform, Duncan Robinson scored 25 points and the Heat held off a furious comeback attempt from the Los Angeles Lakers on the way to a 113-107 win on Sunday night. “I think those are important experiences to go through together,” Heat coach Erik Spoelstra said. The win, combined with losses by Brooklyn and Chicago, put Miami (30-17) at the top of the East, a half-game ahead of the Nets (29-17) and a game clear of the Bulls (28-17). Butler finished with 20 points, 10 rebounds and 12 assists for Miami, his 10th regular-season triple-double for the Heat — one more than James had in his four Miami seasons. Miami led 89-70...
    Getty LeBron James of the Los Angeles Lakers. The Los Angeles Lakers are struggling but LeBron James has been on one of the best offensive tears of his career, notching his 17th consecutive game with 25-plus points during a 113-107 loss to the Miami Heat on Sunday. James has been carrying the load with Anthony Davis sidelined, with his streak of scoring coinciding with when the big man was sidelined with a knee injury. Davis is expected to return within the week but James doesn’t see that changing his output too much. “I don’t need to score 30 a night, but I’m in one of the best zones offensively I’ve been in, in my career,” James told reporters after the Lakers’ latest loss, which dropped them to 23-24. “And I don’t plan on stopping. That’s just how I feel. I feel fantastic. Shooting the ball extremely well. Didn’t shoot the 3-ball well tonight, but all eight of them felt great. Shooting efficient from the free throw line, shooting efficient from the field. Very efficient at the rim.” LeBron...
    MIAMI (AP) — Jimmy Butler broke LeBron James’ record for triple-doubles in a Miami uniform, Duncan Robinson scored 25 points and the Heat held on late to beat the Los Angeles Lakers 113-107 on Sunday night. Butler finished with 20 points, 10 rebounds and 12 assists for Miami, his 10th regular-season triple-double for the Heat — one more than James had in his four Miami seasons. Caleb Martin scored 15, Bam Adebayo scored 14 and Gabe Vincent had 11 for Miami, which wasted most of a 26-point first-half lead. James carried the Lakers yet again, finishing with 33 points — his 17th consecutive game with at least 26 — and 11 rebounds. Russell Westbrook scored 24 for the Lakers, former Heat guard Avery Bradley added 15 and Carmelo Anthony scored 11. The Heat were still without Kyle Lowry (personal matter) and Tyler Herro (health and safety protocols). It was the fourth consecutive missed game for Lowry, the third for Herro. The Lakers were without Anthony Davis for a 17th consecutive game while he continues recovery from a sprained left knee...
    Getty Images Lakers star Anthony Davis will not return Sunday. The Los Angeles Lakers could be welcoming Anthony Davis back to the lineup soon, but it will not be Sunday against the Miami Heat. Davis has been out with a sprained MCL for the past five weeks and was originally listed as a game-time decision for Sunday’s matchup against the Heat. He’s missed 16 games with the injury, with the Lakers going 7-9 over that span. Lakers head coach Frank Vogel officially ruled out Davis prior to Sunday’s game. Vogel said he’s getting closer to a return but noted it was unlikely that he’d be back so soon during the road trip. Frank Vogel says they knew "it was unlikely" that Anthony Davis would not play today against the Heat. — Ryan Ward (@RyanWardLA) January 23, 2022 Prior to the injury, Davis was averaging 23.3 points on 52.1% shooting, 9.9 rebounds and 2.9 assists. Where Davis has really been missed is on the defensive end, where he’s averaging 2.0 blocks, 1.2 steals and is a dominant presence in...
    This story first appeared at BlumsLaw. Ivanka Trump must be feeling the heat. New York Attorney General Letitia James has subpoenaed Ivanka to testify and produce documents related to the Trump Organization's shady business practices. James has also subpoenaed Donald Trump Sr. and Donald Jr. Last October, Eric Trump had his deposition taken in the same probe, and reportedly invoked his 5th Amendment right to remain silent over 500 times. The House select committee investigating the Jan. 6 attack on the Capitol is also interested in Ivanka. In a letter sent on Jan. 20, the committee asked Ivanka to sit for an interview to discuss the events of Jan. 6, and to share her knowledge of any "conversations [she] may have witnessed or participated in regarding the [former] President’s plan to obstruct or impede the counting of electoral votes." The letter expressed particular interest in hearing from Ivanka on four overlapping subjects: (1) The ex-president's calls with Mike Pence. (2) Any statements made by the former president on Jan. 6 about the attack on the Capitol. (3) The...
    Cyril Evans, who manned the telegraph equipment on the SS Californian When the Titanic sank, the wireless operator aboard the only nearby ship dozed through its distress calls. But Cyril Evans, who manned the telegraph equipment on the SS Californian, could not have saved the victims of the sinking, expert analysis has concluded. Evans, who has been condemned by history, went to bed at 11.30pm on April 14, 1912 – only minutes before the Titanic hit an iceberg. A US inquiry later ruled that had he 'remained a few minutes longer at his post' the Californian 'might have had the proud distinction of rescuing the lives of the passengers and crew'. Instead, the Californian sat idle only a few miles from the sinking, leaving the Carpathia to come to the Titanic's rescue from some 60 miles away. Ultimately, more than 1,500 passengers and crew drowned in the freezing Atlantic ocean when the Titanic sank, with only 705 people surviving after being rescued by the Carpathia.   But now an expert reappraisal from Parks Stephenson, who has co-authored a book with film...
    Getty Images Head coach Frank Vogel of the Los Angeles Lakers. Frank Vogel’s seat is getting scorching hot but the Los Angeles Lakers will not be letting their head coach go — yet. Vogel delivered a blunt statement on benching former MVP Russell Westbrook following a loss to the struggling Indiana Pacers and the writing seemed to be on the wall that he had coached his final contest for the Lakers. “This is definitely a disappointing loss,” Vogel told reporters. “Indy is a team that’s sub-.500, that on our home court, we feel like we should win. And you got to win the games you feel like you should win. So, a disappointing loss.” Despite the loss, the Lakers are not ready to make a move regarding their head coach, per Chris Haynes of Yahoo Sports. “The Los Angeles Lakers will not be making a personnel move at this juncture and Frank Vogel will travel with the team tomorrow to coach in Orlando on Friday,” Haynes tweeted. Los Angeles Lakers will not be making a personnel move at...
    Getty Images Lakers star LeBron James. LeBron James was surprisingly silent earlier this week after a blowout loss to the Denver Nuggets but the Los Angeles Lakers superstar said it was for good reason. James skipped out on his media availability for just the second time this season after the Lakers’ largest loss of the season on Saturday to Denver. He explained why he did so after taking down the Jazz on Monday 101-95 in comeback fashion. “I had time to collect my thoughts but I didn’t like what was going to come out of my mouth,” James told reporters. “So I decided not to speak with you guys because I understand some things I say can be everywhere. I didn’t want that for my teammates at the point in time, so I decided to stay silent.” "It wasn't about anyone else. It was about our fans and letting them know that I got this and it won't happen again." @KingJames with @LakersReporter on his tweet after the loss to Denver. #LakeShow pic.twitter.com/ex5bwo72kF — Spectrum SportsNet (@SpectrumSN) January...
    Getty James Kennedy and Raquel Leviss. James Kennedy said things are fine between him and his former fiancée, Raquel Leviss. The “Vanderpump Rules” star announced the end of his five-year relationship with Leviss just as the two filmed the season 9 reunion in December 2021. Kennedy popped the question to his Leviss in May 2021, with a Coachella-themed party that was filmed for “Vanderpump Rules.” Pal Tom Sandoval helped plan — and pay — for the elaborate proposal. While the engaged couple’s relationship issues played out on the Bravo reality show, fans and friends were surprised by Kennedy and Leviss’ sudden split after it was announced via matching statements on Instagram. During an appearance on “Watch What Happens Live” on January 11, 2022, Kennedy gave an update on where things stand between him and Leviss—and who got “custody” of their dog.James Kennedy Revealed Where He is Living & Who Has the Engagement Ring He Gave to Raquel BravoRaquel Leviss and James Kennedy. On “Watch What Happens Live,” host Andy Cohen got right into it when Kennedy appeared...
    Getty Images LeBron James of the Los Angeles Lakers. LeBron James was suspiciously absent from his media availability following the Los Angeles Lakers‘ largest loss of the season against the Denver Nuggets but emerged Sunday with a tweet addressing his team’s struggles. The Lakers were blown out by the Nuggets 133-96, which was the worst loss for James personally since February of 2019. He’s the unquestioned leader of the squad, so his silence after the loss spoke volumes. It was just the second time this season he chose not to speak after a game. James felt like he needed to say something and took to social media to deliver the message. “Laker Nation. I apologize and I promise we’ll be better!” James tweeted. #LakerNation I apologize and I promise we’ll be better! ???????????? — LeBron James (@KingJames) January 17, 2022 The Lakers fell to 21-22 after their latest disaster, sinking to below .500. The Lakers are currently the No. 7 seed and the Western Conference is still somewhat of a log jam. A small winning streak could propel...
    House Majority Whip James Clyburn (D-SC) on Sunday expressed a tiny glimmer of hope for Democrats’ election reform bills that appear to be stalled in the Senate, claiming the legislation “may be on life support” but isn’t necessarily dead yet. Last week, Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (NY) announced that the Senate would be voting on voting rights legislation on Tuesday despite the fact that centrist Democratic Sens. Kyrsten Sinema (AZ) and Joe Manchin (WV) have already reiterated their support for retaining the chamber’s 60-vote threshold needed for passing bills. Sinema and Manchin, who have both claimed that they support the current voting rights proposals, also met with President Joe Biden recently as Democrats pull out all the stops in an effort to get something done to counter restrictive voting laws passed by GOP-led state legislations. Though, much like with the similarly doomed Build Back Better Act, the Democrats’ bills appear to be DOA. During an appearance on CNN’s State of the Union, Clyburn acknowledged that while election reform is perilously close to getting snuffed out, Democrats shouldn’t toss in...
    House Majority Whip Rep. James Clyburn (D-SC) conceded that the voting rights bills making their way through the House and the Senate are on “life support.” On CNN’s State of the Union Sunday, anchor Jake Tapper asked Clyburn about the status of the legislation, following declarations from Sen. Kyrsten Sinema (D-AZ) and Sen. Joe Manchin (D-WV) that they do not support sidestepping the filibuster on these bills. “Are the election reform bills dead, do you think,” Tapper asked Clyburn. “No, I don’t,” the Congressman replied, before admitting, “They may be on life support.” Yet Clyburn refused to throw in the towl. “John Lewis and others did not give up after the ’64 Civil Rights Act,” Clyburn said. “That’s why he got the ’65 Voting Rights Act.” Earlier in the interview, the South Carolina Democrat took umbrage with Sinema’s Senate floor speech earlier this week in which she came out against going around the filibuster. “She is not right about that,” Clyburn said. “We just got around the filibuster to raise the debt limit. Why? Because we don’t...
    Getty Russell Westbrook of the Los Angeles Lakers. With the NBA trade deadline around the corner, few star players have been mentioned more than Los Angeles Lakers point guard Russell Westbrook. The veteran has been a popular scapegoat for the Lakers’ struggles to start the season. Through the first 42 games, the Lakers would once again be in the play-in tournament if the season ended. When asked about the recent trade rumors, Westbrook appeared unfazed by the chatter noting he will “never worry” about potentially leaving Los Angeles. “I never worry,” Westbrook told The Athletic’s Sam Amick during a January 14 feature story. “Do the job. Be professional. Every year, my name is in trade (rumors). It never, never, never seeps into how I approach what I do. It’s kind of what I was mentioning back there (during the press conference). I see this game so different (in terms of) how to use it to be able to impact things. “Regardless of if (a trade) did happen or if it didn’t happen, nothing’s going to change...
    Getty Images Raquel Leviss liked a tweet about her ex-fiance possible dating Lala Kent. Raquel Leviss and James Kennedy announced their decision to end their engagement back in December 2021. Confirmation of the split came after rumors circulated that Leviss and Kennedy shared the news during the “Vanderpump Rules” reunion which was filmed days before. “After these 5 wonderful years we had together, we decided we have two different goals and made the decision to call off the engagement. We love each other very much, but we aren’t in love anymore. We want nothing but the best for each other so please keep any thoughts positive. Sending Love,” Leviss captioned an Instagram post. Since Kennedy and his VPR co-star and friend, Lala Kent, both ended their respective relationships around the same time, many fans couldn’t help but wonder if the two would date each other. In fact, it’s something they were asked when they sat down with Andy Cohen on the January 11, 2022, episode of “Watch What Happens Live.” Shortly after the episode aired, Leviss’ social media...
    DEFENDER Ousmane Coulibaly has thanked former Everton man James Rodriguez for helping to save his life after he suffered a cardiac arrest on the pitch. Last week, the Al-Wakrah player was involved in a game against Rodriguez's Al-Rayyan side when he collapsed in front of the goal during the first half. 2Rodriguez showed quick thinking to move Coulibaly's head to ensure he could breathe 2Coulibaly posted this photo on Instagram on Thursday eveningCredit: Instagram @ousmanecoulibaly23 Rodriguez, 30, was seen adjusting Coulibaly's head to ensure he could breathe as medics rushed onto the pitch to treat him. And on Thursday night Coulibaly, 32, posted a photo of himself in hospital as he posed with a smile and a thumbs up. He added the caption: "On January 9 2022, I suffered a cardiac arrest on the pitch just before end of the first-half. "Many teams of people helped to revive me straight away after my collapse. "Thanks to God and the work of those heroes, I was saved. "Thanks to James Rodriguez who made the first move to adjust my head. Most...
    DEBORAH James has shared a brave picture of her recovering on a hospital bed after nearly facing death. The Sun’s columnist, 40, said she nearly died during a “traumatic” medical emergency that left her in intensive care. Instagram / Deborah James 1 Deborah James said she nearly faced death in the ‘traumatic’ medical emergency Writing on Instagram, she said: “Apologies for being quiet. “A week ago at this time in the evening, I nearly died in what was an acute medical emergency. “I’m not ready to discuss what happened yet as the trauma of it all has been incredibly intense – but it’s thanks to an unbelievable team of NHS specialists who worked all through the night and the next day to save me. I cannot be more grateful. “I’m still not out of danger and I have a lot more procedures to deal with. But I’m now out of intensive care. And for the first time felt able to briefly update you.” She took the picture of her smiling, giving a thumbs up after her...
    Beloved Morris County native and new father Paul James O’Connell died after battling COVID-19 on Christmas Day. He was 24. O’Connell grew up in Chester before moving to Idaho, where he graduated from Northwest Academy, his obituary says. O’Connell then earned five different Associate’s degrees with high honors from Golden West Community College in Huntington Beach in California, his memorial says. He moved to Orange County about two and a half years ago and had been majoring in accounting with a business management minor at Cal State Fullerton. O’Connell was known for his caring heart and love of nature and animals. He had an intensely adventurous spirit and loved spending time outdoors. O’Connell is survived by his parents, Susan Gallagher O’Connell & David O’Connell; partner, Kaylie Walker and their infant daughter Violet Sky O’Connell; sister, Christine O’Connell; as well as numerous aunts, uncles, cousins, extended family members and dearly close friends. O’Connell’s funeral will be held Jan. 15 at St. Lawrence RC Church in Chester. Donations can be made in his memory to the Child Mind Institute. “Paul touched many...
    British actor and screenwriter Lennie James has questioned the notion that film roles should only be played by actors with lived experience and called for casting to be made on a 'case by case basis'.  James, 56, said he would 'challenge' the idea that certain parts must be reserved for particular actors to ensure their performance is authentic because it would fundamentally change the role of the actor. The actor, who is known for playing devoted father Morgan Jones in the hit AMC zombie series 'The Walking Dead,' and DCI Tony Gates in British police series 'Line of Duty' told the BBC casting decisions should be made 'on a case by case basis'.  'I don't believe in blanket statements... because then the role of the actor slightly changes and is slightly different to the one I hope and pray that it is,' James said. It comes as several internationally renowned actors have copped criticism for their portrayal of characters of different ethnicities, gender, sexualities and experiences than their own.  But many have argued the function of an actor is to play...
    Getty Images Lakers star Anthony Davis. Anthony Davis was spotted getting in some work before the Los Angeles Lakers‘ latest game, wearing a bulky brace on his injured left knee. While the brace might have initially caused some concern, it’s all part of the plan for Davis, who is set to be evaluated as soon as this weekend. In fact, just the fact that he was on the court getting in some basketball activities was a huge plus in his recovery. Dr. Rajpal Brar broke down Davis’ status and what it all means. “This is a very positive indicator because it tells us he is progressing to a higher level of intensity and responding quite well. Although the team has said that he will be re-evaluated in the fourth week, the reality is, the physio and training staff are evaluating Davis daily and if he wasn’t responding well, he wouldn’t be on the court doing these activities,” Brar said in a video breakdown on Silver Screen and Roll. ” The next major step in his progression here will...
    He played James Bond for an impressive 15 years.  Yet Daniel Craig has revealed he only took on his 007 role after the advice of legendary film director Steven Spielberg, who insisted: 'It's a winner.' The 53-year-old actor - who bowed out of his role as Bond in 2021's No Time to Die after five movies - has revealed he only agreed to play the iconic spy for Casino Royale back in 2006 after he happened to bump into Steven in a hotel.  Career-changing moment: Daniel Craig, 53, took on his 007 role at the advice of legendary film director Steven Spielberg, who insisted: 'It's a winner' The pair had worked together the year before on historical drama Munich, which told an account of Operation Wrath of God, the Israeli government's secret retaliation against the Palestine Liberation Organization after the Munich massacre at the 1972 Summer Olympics. RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Screen Actors Guild nominations: House Of Gucci and Power Of... Gwyneth Paltrow trades the heels for shearling slides as she... Move over...
    An updated lawsuit filed against a Michigan high school documents Ethan Crumbley's 'unusual' behavior before he allegedly opened fire.  The suit reveals warning signs leading up to the shooting which included 15-year-old Crumbley bringing a bird's head in a Mason jar filled with yellow liquid three weeks before the massacre took place, according to the Detroit Free Press, which reported its findings after exclusive access to the revised lawsuit. Crumbley was also revealed to have allegedly brought bullets to class and put them on display and researched ammunition on his phone only a day before the shooting.  In the $100 million lawsuit filed against Oxford High School, officials are being targeted as the responsible party for the November 30 shooting that saw four students killed and seven others injured.  Crumbley allegedly posted on Twitter later on November 29, writing: 'Now I am become Death, the destroyer of worlds. See you tomorrow Oxford,' the Detroit Free Press reported Friday. The Michigan high school has since been singled out for being made aware of Crumbley's behavior but taking no action as they were...
    Daniel Craig said he was accustomed to getting injured on the sets of James Bond films and that it wouldn’t feel like a Bond movie if he didn’t get hurt. “Quantum was probably to blame for a lot of it,” Craig said of his injuries while on the latest episode of the Awards Chatter podcast. “When we realize we didn’t have a script a lot of effort went into the stunts,” Craig quipped. “And of course, because I volunteered for most of the stunts in Casino, I ended up doing a lot more of the stunts and in Quantum, and there’s just there’s just a limit to what I was able to do.” “We did too many stunts in Quantum and I hurt myself,” Craig continued. “I injured parts of my body and had to have surgery and things like that. Then I had hangovers of those injuries.” Craig said he got injured so often doing the James Bond stunts that it became the norm. “It then became sort of just the regular. At the end of the day, I...
    Eric Trump, son of former President Donald Trump, is being mocked on Twitter following his latest bizarre outburst about his father and the U.S. Constitution. On Monday, January 10, Eric Trump appeared on Fox News where he expressed disapproval of the legal actions New York Attorney General Letitia James (D) is taking against the former president. He suggested that James' campaign platform centered on taking down Trump. “She ran on the campaign promise of suing my father because she didn’t believe in his political party,” he ranted. However, HuffPost highlights the facts about James' investigation into the former president noting that it is not about politics but instead, "it’s focused on potential Trump Organization fraud, including whether the company manipulated the value of its real estate holdings." READ: ‘Lying on purpose?’: Experts slam Manchin for ‘Trumpian lie’ Despite the facts, Eric argued that the case “violates the Constitution.” Like Eric, Donald Trump also believes there is some type of Constitutional violation where the suit is concerned as he insists that it is a form of harassment and is "depriving...
    MIAMI (CBSMiami) — The Better Business Bureau says online pet scams continue to be a problem during the pandemic. Two years after Ashley Brown’s dog Maddox passed away, she decided it was time to get another Doberman Pinscher. READ MORE: Large Group Of Migrants Made Landfall Overnight Near Ocean Reef In Key Largo“My family, they always send me links to different breeders,” she said. Brown fell in love with a puppy she saw on a website called James Doberman. She reached out on the site’s contact page and then exchanged several text messages. Brown said she eventually paid nearly $3,000 to have the puppy shipped, but the dog never arrived. “We showed up at the airport, and he wasn’t there,” Brown said. “We went out and bought new bedding, new crates, all kinds of new toys.” Brown showed CBS News screenshots of four different payments she said she made with credit cards and a payment app for the dog and shipping. READ MORE: DeSantis: Critical Race Theory Teaches 'Kids To Hate This Country'; Pushes Legislative Proposal To Strengthen Enforcement Against ItCBS...
    MANCHESTER UNITED fans have begged Ralf Rangnick to recall James Garner from his loan at Nottingham Forest following his stellar showing against Arsenal. The Championship side KO'd the Gunners in the third round of the FA Cup with a late 1-0 win. James Garner vs Arsenal ???? pic.twitter.com/c9TGX2h0Ig— United Focus???? (@utdfocusid) January 10, 2022 2James Garner put in an excellent display for Nottingham Forest during their win over Arsenal as Man Utd fans plea with Ralf Rangnick to recall himCredit: Rex Lewis Grabban scored in the final ten minutes to end Arsenal's cup run at the first hurdle. Djed Spence had a phenomenal game for Forest - as did many of the home heroes - but Garner, 20, was the player who caught the eye of United fans. The on-loan Red Devils star was everywhere for the second-tier side as he took the game by the scruff of the neck. In defence, Garner was impenetrable - winning 100 per cent of his aerial duels and three crucial ground duels, to go with two vital interceptions, three clearances and SIX ball...
    ROWDY Jake Paul was told to cool it after celebrating a LeBron James dunk on COURT at a Los Angeles Lakers game. The YouTuber-turned-boxer leapt out of his seat at the Crypto.com Arena after watching James’ breakaway against the Atlanta Hawks. watching security at Lakers chew out Jake Paul for running on the court lmao pic.twitter.com/we0wMx6RxX— Aiden (@aidencalvin) January 8, 2022 Onlookers reported how Paul performed a twirl before pretending to hit a home run at the 20,000 seat venue. But security weren’t having any of it and were soon spotted giving the Problem Child a dressing down courtside. Lakers writer Bill Oram wrote on Twitter: "After LeBron's breakaway dunk put the Lakers up by 18, Jake Paul sprung up from his courtside seat in a lime green puffy vest, twirled like a ballerina, then mimicked a home run swing. "Security gently ushered him off the playing surface." Paul was at the game with his stunning girlfriend Julia Rose and brother Logan. The 24-year-old posted a series of behind-the-scenes snaps from the event, including him meeting Lakers star Dwight Howard...
    OTTAWA, Ontario (AP) — Veteran pairs duo Vanessa James and Eric Radford were picked for Canada’s Olympic figure skating team on Sunday despite withdrawing from the national championships a day earlier. James and Radford, who teamed up last spring, contracted COVID-19 just before Christmas. They pulled out of the Canadian competition Friday after their fourth-place finish in the short program. Their selection for the Beijing Games won’t be well-received by some in the sport after Evelyn Walsh and Trennt Michaud won silver with an excellent skate. The Canadian championships, however, are just one of the criteria for qualifying. Team selection also takes recent international results into account. James and Radford, who is a two-time world champion with former partner Meagan Duhamel, had the best Grand Prix results this season of any of Canada’s pairs teams. Kirsten Moore-Towers and Michael Marinaro, gold medalists on Saturday, earned the other pairs spot. Keegan Messing and Roman Sadovsky are Canada’s men’s singles entries and Madeline Schizas earned the one berth in women’s singles. “Going to the Olympic Winter Games is just such a dream,”...
    LeBron James was quick to condemn NBA announcer Glenn Consor for his horrific on-air reference Wednesday night. And after hearing Consor’s defense, James refused to accept it. “You’ve got to give credit. Kevin Porter Jr., like his dad, pulled that trigger right at the right time,” Consor said Wednesday night after the Houston Rockets guard hit a game winning shot against the Wizards. Porter Jr.’s father, Bryan Kevin Porter Sr. was charged with first-degree murder for shooting a 14-year-old girl in 1993 and served four years in prison. In 2004, Porter Sr. was then shot five times and killed in a bar fight. The remark led James and many others to decry Consor for his horrific reference. But after dealing with more than 12 hours of backlash, Consor explained he thought Porter Jr.’s father was 71-year-old Kevin Porter, who played professionally from 1972-1983 and had a stint with Washington’s NBA franchise. Oh he thought this was cool huh!!?? Nah we ain’t going for this! Sorry but this ain’t going to fly! How insensitive can you be to say something...
    NASA’s James Webb is preparing to unfold the second wing of its primary mirror on Saturday, marking the final major deployment in its '29 days on the edge' journey. Due to its size, about half as large as a 737 aircraft, Webb had to be folded up for launch on December 25, so it would fit inside the Ariane 5 rocket.  It has been slowly unfolding, part-by-part, as it makes the million mile journey to the second lagrange point, a gravitationally stable point between the sun and Earth. The final milestone in the preparation of the $10 billion observatory is the deployment of the primary mirror — happening in two stages, finishing tomorrow. The primary mirror is made up of 18 individual segments, split into two three-segment side panels which need to be unfolded for the telescope to work.  They will unfold the first of these panels, the Port Primary Mirror Wing, at some point today, finishing tomorrow with the Starboard Primary Mirror Wing. The NASAWebb team tweeted: 'It’s what we've all been waiting for: The James Webb Space Telescope will soon...
    LeBron James pushed further on his call for a Washington Wizards broadcaster to be fired over his "trigger" comment when describing Houston Rockets guard Kevin Porter Jr.’s game-winning shot on Wednesday. James called for Glenn Consor’s job on Twitter a day after the broadcaster made the remark. Consor apologized, but for the Los Angeles Lakers superstar it wasn’t enough, and he added there was no excuse for the remark given the amount of information announcers receive before tipoff. CLICK HERE FOR MORE SPORTS COVERAGE ON FOXNEWS.COM Los Angeles Lakers forward LeBron James (6) drives on the Sacramento Kings on Tuesday, Jan. 4, 2022 in Los Angeles, California. (Jason Armond / Los Angeles Times via Getty Images) "I stand by my tweet. I stand by everything I said. So, let’s just say, he thought that was the case. We get scouting reports on players, and I know you guys from the media all get memos and stuff for players and stuff before the game, right?" James said, via Lakers Daily. "Y’all get like packets of stuff when y’all come to...
    EVERTON are allegedly plotting a shock transfer swoop for Manchester United starlet James Garner. The 20-year-old is currently enjoying a loan spell at Championship promotion hopefuls Nottingham Forest. 1James Garner is wanted by Everton after impressing at Nottingham Forest on loanCredit: �MI News & Sport Ltd The central midfielder initially joined the Tricky Trees last January before extending his deal last summer for another 12 months. However, Garner’s time at the City Ground could be ending early if Rafa Benitez gets his way. That’s according to Football Insider, who claim Everton are ‘weighing up a move to sign him’ this month. The Toffees have already been active in the January transfer window with the captures of Nathan Patterson from Rangers and Vitaliy Mykolenko from Dynamo Kiev. Now it seems Benitez is looking to strengthen the middle of his side by launching a move for the anchorman. Garner is highly-rated at Old Trafford and was even name dropped by Bruno Fernandes as a future star. ICON LOST Betty White's cause of death revealed after screen legend passed away at 99DARE TO...
    19 years in the NBA and if LeBron James has lost any semblance of skill on the court, he certainly hasn’t lost any passion for the game or drive to remain great. With less than a minute left during the fourth quarter of the Lakers game against the Sacramento Kings, James put the ball on the floor and drove to the basket for a clutch bucket. James battled through multiple defenders before finishing with a left-handed layup while getting fouled, setting up the opportunity for a three-point play. After the play, James flexed and strutted past the Kings bench, while not so subtly screaming, “I’m a motherf*cking problem B*TCH!” And James wasn’t lying. Despite being 37-years-old, he still is very much a problem for opponents on the basketball court. Tuesday night was the eighth consecutive game for James where he scored 30-points or more as the NBA superstar carried the Lakers back to a record above .500. Yesterday, Aaron Rodgers recommended the book The Subtle Art of Not Giving A Fuck. But it seems like James...
    The James Webb Space Telescope successfully deployed its sun shield on Tuesday, a major achievement for engineers in the trickiest part of the telescope's unraveling. This is it: we’ve just wrapped up one of the most challenging steps of our journey to #UnfoldTheUniverse.With all five layers of sunshield tensioning complete, about 75% of our 344 single-point failures have been retired! pic.twitter.com/P9jJhu7bJX— NASA Webb Telescope (@NASAWebb) January 4, 2022 The process of deploying the shield, which contains five layers designed to protect the instrument from going over -370 degrees Fahrenheit, took two days to complete after the process began Monday. The first photographs from the telescope are expected in summer 2022. “This is a really big moment,” Bill Ochs, the project manager for the telescope, said to the mission team after the deployment was complete, according to Space.com. “I just want to congratulate the entire team. We still got a lot of work to do but getting the sunshield out and deployed is really, really big.” JAMES WEBB SPACE TELESCOPE LAUNCHES INTO SPACE ON CHRISTMAS ...
    CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. (AP/WJZ) — NASA aced the most complicated, critical job on its newly launched space telescope Tuesday: unrolling and stretching a sunshade the size of a tennis court. Ground controllers cheered and bumped fists once the fifth and final layer of the sunshield was tightly secured. It took just 1 1/2 days to tighten the ultra-thin layers using motor-driven cables, half the expected time. READ MORE: Howard County Opens New COVID-19 Testing Site For County EmployeesThe 7-ton James Webb Space Telescope is so big that the sunshield and the primary gold-plated mirror had to be folded for launch. The sunshield is especially unwieldly — it spans 70 feet by 46 feet (21 meters by 14 meters) to keep all the infrared, heat-sensing science instruments in constant subzero shadow. The mirrors are next up for release this weekend. The $10 billion telescope is more than halfway toward its destination 1 million miles (1.6 million kilometers) away, following its Christmas Day send-off. It is the biggest and most powerful observatory ever launched — 100 times more powerful than the Hubble...
    Former wunderkind high tech CEO and Wokistan icon Elizabeth Holmes is found guilty of four conspiracy and fraud charges in the Theranos corruption trial, which should be yet another major blow to the credibility of Silicon Valley and the political and media establishment which funded her. But will it have a lasting impact? Will there be any lessons learned? Host Alex Marlow is skeptical. NASCAR won’t allow “Let’s Go” Brandon Brown to have an advertisement for a “LGB” coin on his race car; Alex thinks this is emblematic of our modern times where no one is allowed to have any fun if totalitarians can impose rules and regulations for power’s sake. Corona schizophrenia is getting more extreme by the minute. Thousands of U.S. schools have shut down over the Omicron variant; but the NBA, all of a sudden, will allow unvaccinated Kyrie Irving to play again, so long as he’s not playing in New York… even though he’s on the Brooklyn Nets! All because of “science.” The January 6 hype is escalating, as the Democrats ramp up a push to...
    Getty Russell Westbrook (left), Avery Bradley (middle) and DeAndre Jordan of the Lakers At the end of the week, the Lakers have a decision to make that once looked pretty easy. Now it looks easy, for the opposite reason. For a while there, veteran guard Avery Bradley was having one of the worst seasons among any starter in the NBA. The one comfort from that was that Bradley has a contract that is not fully guaranteed until January 7—that would be this Friday—and the team had the option of waiving him and creating a roster spot. Bradley is slated to make $2.6 million this season as a veteran minimum signing, though because of NBA rules, only $1.7 million of that counts against L.A.’s salary cap. Now, though, Bradley has returned to his traditional form, playing great defense and opportunistic offense. With a decision on Bradley’s future with the team looming, coach Frank Vogel was asked about Bradley on Sunday after he scored 14 points and logged four steals in the win over Minnesota. “He’s done a great job...
    Getty Images Guard Rajon Rondo. The Los Angeles Lakers parted ways with Rajon Rondo this week, dealing the veteran guard to the Cleveland Cavaliers. But the veteran guard was not heartbroken about his second stint with LA ending preemptively. In fact, Rondo embraced the move, per Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN. Here’s what Woj had to say about the deal: Rondo is eager for the chance to play a bigger role with an ascending Cavaliers team in the absence of Ricky Rubio, sources said. He has been positive on the deal since it was presented to him as an option Thursday. Rubio had played an important role for the Cavaliers, averaging 13.1 points, 6.6 assists and 4.1 rebounds per game. It was an injury that hit the team hard. The Cavaliers might not rely on Rondo as much, but it will provide him with more opportunity than he had with the Lakers. The Lakers got back Denzel Valentine in the deal but are expected to waive him and his partially guaranteed deal, opening up a roster spot. That spot...
    LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) — LeBron James is 37 on Thursday. The NBA legend, already in his 19th season of play, has continued to dominate opponents despite his slowly increasing age. His continued excellence isn’t something he has taken for granted – or something he thinks he can continue with forever. READ MORE: DeRozan Leads Bulls Over Lakers, 115-110The King posted a message on his Twitter in the later hours of his birthday, acknowledging everyone who’s impacted his career, even the haters. 37 of them thangs around the ☀️! Rumble Young Man Rumble!! I appreciate all the love today from family, friends, partners, associates, colleague, fans and haters for the bday wishes!! Been a great one! Love y’all coming straight from the King’s Throne! #ThekidfromAKRON???????? pic.twitter.com/4io794Q31b — LeBron James (@KingJames) December 31, 2021 James acknowledged the fact that he’s “over the hill,” in an interview on December 28. The full statement: “I know I’m on the other side of the hill, compared to the hill I was on before. I know that. But, I mean, I’ve thought about it — where...