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The Rock has been trying to convince his two-year-old that he’s Maui for MONTHS As if having The Rock for your dad isn’t cool enough for a kid, imagine knowing that he’s the voice behind Maui from the beloved Disney movie Moana. It’s almost too awesome to be true, but in the case of The 
As Protests Rage In Multiple U.S. Cities, Don Lemon Goes After Trump: “Nobody Wants To Hear From The White House Right Now”
Large-scale protests again broke out in Minneapolis and (newly) New York's Union Square on Thursday in response to he death of George Floyd, a black man who was seen on video pinned at the neck by a white police officer screaming "I can't breathe!" Floyd later died. Local officials sought to calm the unrest at […]
Cristiano Ronaldo has let his hair grow out during quarantine and fans couldn't help but point out that the soccer pro is looking a lot like he did back in 2003 during his Manchester United days.
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Eli Manning has been on Twitter less than a week and he’s already smoking former teammates’ golf games
Here’s a sentence we never thought we’d write: Eli Manning might actually be kind of good at Twitter. This past weekend, the little Manning joined the internet’s favorite cesspool, and wasted no time getting to work, firing off #promotedtweets, beloved gifs, and some entertaining commentary on his Big Bro’s performance during 2 Match, 2 Furious. There were a few growing pains, of course, but in between all that, Eli even found time to ignite his very first Twitter beef with former Giants teammate Shaun O’Hara.
There’s only one generation in U.S. history that’s considered to be more unlucky than the ‘Lost Generation’
It's hard out there for a millennial. In fact, the Washington Post, citing a series of economic haymakers and the struggles that come with them, calls the group born between 1981 and 1996 “the unluckiest generation in U.S. history. Yes, even unluckier than members of the “Lost Generation,” who reached adulthood near the end of World War I and were left to pick up the pieces as they entered the “Roaring Twenties.
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Top national reporters at CBS News were among the hundreds of ViacomCBS staffers laid off this week. A source with knowledge of the layoffs told TheWrap the cuts affected 300 people, of whom 75 were from the news division, “including some senior producers and reporters at top shows.”Journalist Yashar Ali named veteran White House reporter Mark Knoller, Pentagon reporter Cami McCormick and correspondent Dean Reynolds in a series of tweets about the layoffs, which also affected local CBS affiliates around the country.Knoller responded on Twitter, “Thanks to all for the many kind words. Much appreciated. For the time being, I’m still on the job, still keeping count on the president. Will see what happens. Thanks again.”Also Read: CBS News Chicago Layoffs Rattle Journalists: 'A Crying Shame'Similar to the response garnered by the news of local reporters being cut, journalists were quick to praise Knoller and the others on Twitter.Axios’ Danielle Jones wrote to Knoller, “on my last day at CBS 22 yrs ago (!!) you called to thank me, even tho we didn’t know each other and I was very junior. Your kindness made such a deep impression. Thank you for continuing to keep all of us informed every day. You are the best.”CNN’s Jake Tapper called him “legendary” and said Knoller’s laying off by CBS News is a “huge loss not just for CBS News but for journalism writ large and the world.”Also Read: ViacomCBS Lays Off Employees at CBS Entertainment GroupTapper also praised Reynolds: “Tough as nails correspondent, smart, clever, hates BS — one of the greats. This is awful.”Reuters’ Idrees Ali wrote, “Few Pentagon reporters are as good or brave as @cbsMcCormick. A huge loss for those who follow military coverage and those of us in the Pentagon bullpen.”Journalists and observers also reacted online Wednesday and Thursday to layoffs at CBS News, particularly those at local affiliate WBBM-Channel 2 in Chicago. Among those laid off was reporter Pam Zekman, who had been at the station for nearly 40 years.Also Read: ViacomCBS Promotes Jonathan Karp to Simon & Schuster President and CEOThe layoffs took place as ViacomCBS rolled out a plan to institute another round of layoffs, this time will impacting CBS Entertainment Group. In an email to staff reviewed by TheWrap, CBS News president Susan Zirinsky said, “These decisions are particularly painful for our entire organization, which has performed at the highest level during the Covid-19 pandemic, overcoming so many obstacles.”“We are restructuring various operations at CBS as part our ongoing integration with Viacom, and to adapt to changes in our business, including those related to COVID-19,” a CBS spokesperson said. “Our thoughts today are with our departing colleagues for their friendship, service and many important contributions to CBS.”Local newspapers and digital media outlets have been hardest hit by the coronavirus crisis and associated shutdown of businesses, which has led to a stall in advertising revenue. ViacomCBS’ mid-pandemic layoffs, attributed partially to “changes … related to COVID-19,” mark some of the very first in the television industry. Notably, it was local newspapers and outlets like Robert Feder’s website in Chicago and the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, that broke the news of which affiliate anchors were let go.For the record: A previous version of this story incorrectly identified ViacomCBS.Read original story ViacomCBS Layoffs Total 300, Including Top National Reporters at CBS News At TheWrap
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Many Americans will get government checks to help them weather money challenges from the coronavirus outbreak. Here’s what you need to know.