Release of Trump Niece's Book Pushed Up Due to 'Demand' amid Legal Fight: 'What Is Donald Trump So Afraid Of?'
Mary Trump's uncle Robert previously called her memoir a "disgrace" and is trying to block her from releasing it because of a 2001 confidentiality agreement
Great timing: Milwaukee Brewers star Christian Yelich signed a $215 million contract a week before spring training was canceled
At the end of the day, this is where I wanted to be,” Yelich said Sunday. I said it a lot at the time when we had a press conference, which feels like it was years ago. But it's one of those things where one of the reasons I did it was because I've really loved and enjoyed playing here, and the other is you never know what's going to happen in the future.
Chrissy Teigen tweeted at Jeanine Pirro after she noticed she was subtly in a photo the Fox News host posted on social media.
Obviously, it consists of the vehicles themselves, confirmed to be the 2021 Bronco two-door and four-door, plus the Bronco Sport compact crossover. Unlike Ford's current crossovers and SUVs, the "Built Wild" Broncos will have undergone elevated torture tests in the lab, proving ground and real world; come standard with four-wheel drive and a terrain management system; and have the "confidence to go over any type of terrain." Now, to clarify, they will officially be called the "Ford Bronco" and "Ford Bronco Sport," but there will be a Bronco emblem on the front rather than a Blue Oval.
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Tom Hanks' coronavirus discomfort 'pretty much done in two weeks' - why do complications linger for some?
The Academy Award winning actor caught the infection while filming in Australia in March.
Tesla Inc (NASDAQ: TSLA) CEO Elon Musk announced Sunday that the automaker was selling a pair of red "short shorts" on its online store, which led to the item being sold off in minutes and the company's retail website crashing.What Happened Musk took to Twitter to announce the sale of the short shorts. Limited edition short shorts now available at https://t.co/5EmNcTBvJv -- Elon Musk (@elonmusk) July 5, 2020The Tesla chief executive said the limited edition shorts were on sale for "only $69.420," a thinly veiled reference to the $420 price point at which Musk had wanted to take the automaker private in 2018.Minutes after the shorts went on sale, they were all sold out, and the Tesla online store became inaccessible. Dang, we broke the website -- Elon Musk (@elonmusk) July 5, 2020The shorts' product description mocks the short-sellers of Tesla stock. It reads, "Celebrate summer with Tesla Short Shorts. Run like the wind or entertain like Liberace with our red satin and gold trim design. Relax poolside or lounge indoors year-round with our limited-edition Tesla Short Shorts, featuring our signature Tesla logo in front with "S3XY" across the back. Enjoy exceptional comfort from the closing bell."Why It Matters Musk had taunted both short-sellers and the Securities and Exchange Commission on Twitter last week promising that Tesla will "make fabulous short shorts in radiant red satin with gold trim," and "will send some to the Shortseller Enrichment Commission to comfort them through these difficult time."Musk is taking a victory lap with a series of tweets against his supposed detractors as Tesla's stock price surges. Last week, the company emerged as the world's foremost automaker in terms of market cap. Last Thursday, Tesla announced it had delivered 90,650 cars in the second quarter, which is impressive considering the company's factory at Fremont, California, remained shut during this period due to the ongoing pandemic.Price Action Tesla shares traded 0.38% higher at $1,213.20 in the after-hours session on Thursday. The shares had closed the regular session 7.95% higher at $1,208.66.Image: Tesla.comSee more from Benzinga * Uber Buying Postmates In All-Stock Deal Valued At .65B: Report * SoftBank Shuns Elliot Management's Call For Board Oversight Of Vision Fund * McDonald's, Apple Further Delay Reopening Due To Coronavirus Cases Spike(C) 2020 Benzinga.com. Benzinga does not provide investment advice. All rights reserved.
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Hilary Duff is speaking out about the lack of social distancing she witnessed over the holiday weekend. When celebrating the 4th of July with her family, the "Lizzie McGuire" alum took note of a "raging house party" that made her blood boil. Despite that, Duff said she and her husband, Matthew Koma, "were steaming" because of how the pandemic has affected their home state.