- LifestyleMiami Herald
Workers had just closed the restaurant for the night, police say.
"The absolute and total lack of shame is breathtaking. Just an utter inability to hear herself," one Twitter user responded.
- WorldThe Telegraph
Coronavirus may have lain dormant across the world and emerged when environmental conditions were right for it to thrive - rather than starting in China, an Oxford University expert believes. Dr Tom Jefferson, senior associate tutor at the Centre for Evidence-Based Medicine (CEBM), at Oxford, and visiting professor at Newcastle University, argues that there is growing evidence that the virus was elsewhere before it emerged in Asia. Last week, Spanish virologists announced they had found traces of the disease in samples of waste water collected in March 2019, nine months before the coronavirus disease was seen in China. Italian scientists have also found evidence of coronavirus in sewage samples in Milan and Turin, in mid-December, many weeks before the first case was detected, while experts have found traces in Brazil in November.
- CelebrityGood Housekeeping
The Oscar winner tried to wave her over, but that didn't work. 😂
- SportsNBC Sports
Heat president Pat Riley famously put his championship rings on the table to recruit LeBron James, Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh in the summer of 2010.
Peter Weber and Kelley Flanagan are just some of the many members of Bachelor Nation getting patriotic this holiday weekend.
Country stars Maren Morris and Ryan Hurd are blasting back against the mommy-shamers. The married couple took to Twitter to respond to criticism over a photo — which has since been deleted — of Morris enjoying a drink while holding their 3-month-old son, Hayes, on a pool float at a lake. While most fans gushed over the mom and son's matching cactus-print swimsuits after Morris, 30, tweeted the pic Tuesday, others criticized the "Girl" singer for not putting Hayes into a life jacket.