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Sarah Jessica Parker's best-known role involves looking for love and living her best single life in the process, but in real life, the Sex and the City star is happily married and a mom of three. The actress's 29-year relationship with actor Matthew Broderick - the pair started dating in 1992 and got married in 1997 - has been one of Hollywood's most successful marriages.
The Senate on Monday approved President Joe Biden’s nomination of Janet Yellen to be the nation’s 78th treasury secretary, making her the first woman to hold the job in the department's 232-year history. Yellen, a former chair of the Federal Reserve, was approved by the Senate on a 84-15 vote, becoming the third member of Biden’s Cabinet to win confirmation. Speaking on the Senate floor before the vote, Democratic Majority Leader Chuck Schumer noted the former Federal Reserve chairwoman had bipartisan support.
Discovery is expanding its hit “90 Day” franchise yet again, with a new dating series set to premiere on the streaming service Discovery+ next month. The latest installment, “90 Day: The Single Life,” follows past franchise stars who, according to the series description, “are starting to mingle after their 90 Day relationships crashed and burned.” See the full cast bios below. The show will be accompanied by the commentary show “Pillow Talk,” which will have other “90 Day” stars — including the cast’s past partners — watch and comment on the “splashiest moments” from the show. Also Read: '90 Day Fiance' Gets First-Ever Game Show - on Discovery+, Not TLC “Up until now, our wildly popular 90 Day Fiancé franchise has focused on sharing the love stories of couples from around the world,” TLC president and general manager Howard Lee said in a statement. “With this monumental new spinoff , we’re giving center stage for the very first time to the singles our viewers have come to know, and root for, as they yearn for love and continue searching for their true life partner.” The “90 Day” franchise, beginning with the flagship TLC series “90 Day Fiance” has proved to be a massive hit for Discovery, with both the network and the recently launched Discovery+ churning out more than a dozen spinoffs between them. “The Single Life” will join titles including “90 Day Bares All,” “90 Day Diaries” and “The Other Way Strikes Back” on the streamer. Also Read: '90 Day Fiancé' Fans Are NOT Happy About Some Content Going to Discovery+: 'A Kick in the Face' Here are the singles who will be featured on “90 Day: The Single Life”: Big Ed, 55 (San Diego, Calif.) After crossing the world to meet his former flame Rosemarie for the first time in the Philippines on 90 Day Fiancé: Before the 90 Days season four, Big Ed is back home and looking to find love again. He enlists some professional help to improve his dating game, and decides to take a chance by asking out someone he’s had a crush on for a while. Brittany, 27 (Palm Beach, Florida) Now stateside following a dramatic end to her relationship with Jordanian ex-boyfriend Yazan on 90 Day Fiancé: The Other Way season two, Brittany is back on top with her signature, sexy style and attracting lots of attention. But she quickly finds that she’s bitten off more than she can chew when she decides to date more than one guy at once. Fernanda, 22 (Chicago, Ill.) Recently divorced from Jonathan, the man she moved from Mexico to the United States to marry on 90 Day Fiancé season six, Fernanda is back on the market but struggles to let go of her past. She is upset after discovering that Jonathan has moved to Chicago with a new love, and she’s determined to move on and find a new man – but before all that, she sets out to throw herself a divorce party. Molly, 45 (Woodstock, Georgia) With her Dominican ex-husband Luis from 90 Day Fiancé season five firmly in her past, Molly is hopeful that a new romantic interest will restore her faith in men. But dating is complicated as Molly must balance her business and personal life, and after everything that happened with Luis, she needs to make sure any new man can get behind a strong, independent woman such as herself. Danielle, 47 (Sandusky, Ohio) A rocky relationship from start to end on 90 Day Fiancé season two, Danielle is three years out from her divorce from her Tunisian ex-husband Mohamed. Danielle has struggled with dating but is determined to get back in the game with the help of some friends. But will the reappearance of a blast from her past undo all the progress she’s made to rebuild her life? Colt, 35 (Las Vegas, Nevada) Colt is hoping that the third time is the charm now that he’s moved on from his 90 Day Fiancé season six marriage and subsequent divorce from Brazilian Larissa, and his very messy breakup with Brazilian Jess on Happily Ever After? season five. As he looks to turn over a new leaf in his dating life, he sets his sights closer to home for a meaningful connection. But Colt struggles to convince a new love interest that he has learned from the mistakes of the past. Read original story ’90 Day’ Franchise Adds Spinoff About Past Stars Whose Relationships ‘Crashed and Burned’ At TheWrap
(Warning: This post contains spoilers for Netflix’s “Bling Empire.”) “Bling Empire” stars Cherie Chan and Jessey Lee have an untraditional relationship for any culture — not just Asian. Cherie and Jessey are unmarried but have two young kids — a daughter Jadore and a son Jevon, whose delivery room birth was shown on the docusoap. In the season finale, Cherie — frustrated that Jessey still hasn’t proposed yet — literally takes matters into her own hands and asks him to marry him during Jevon’s 100-day party. The show was filmed pre-COVID in 2019. So did Cherie and Jessey finally wed? Cherie has waited a long time for Jessey to put a ring on it (Photo: Netflix). “Well, we definitely are still engaged,” Jessey told TheWrap’s Lawrence Yee on a joint interview with Cherie. “But I still have plans to give Cherie a proper engagement though. That is coming. With COVID it can be a little tricky.” “But I’m hopeful sometime this year — as COVID settles down with the vaccine — maybe the opportunity for me to actually come through with what I’ve had in my mind — the perfect proposal for Cherie.” “I really want to do something special,” he added. “Definitely with COVID and the lockdown, it makes it very difficult what I have envisioned.” “This is all kinda a surprise to me!” Cherie said with a laugh. “I didn’t know he was planning on proposing since I already did it. Yeah, that’d be great if he did actually. We’ve just been doing our daily thing and we never really talk about it so it’d be great if he had something up his sleeve.” “Oh I do,” Jessey interjected. As if pulling off a surprise, on-camera proposal wasn’t stressful enough, Jessey was flying back from Singapore and he missed his flight, adding to Cherie’s stress. And while audiences didn’t get to see the ring, Cherie — the consummate fashionista — revealed she bought Jessey a ring from Cartier. One thing’s for sure; Jadore and Jevon will be part of their parents’ wedding, whenever that may be. Cherie revealed the origins behind their unusual names. “Jadore came because Jessey wanted names with Js. We wanted a unique name. We felt my name was kinda unique — Cherie — and I have a little bit of French in me, so why not name her Jadore,” she explained. “Jevon was such a good baby. We thought he was literally a gift from God. We wanted a name that symbolized “gift from God” and started with a J. So we did all this crazy research and we thought it was a good name and not a common name.” (Editor’s note: Jevon is Welsh for “gift of God.”) When asked if they gave their children Chinese middle names — a common practice for Asian immigrants — Cherie said Jevon has one. “Jadore has a middle name that is named after a flower from a brand our whole family likes: Chanel’s Camellia. So that’s her middle name.” Because, of course. “Bling Empire” is currently streaming on Netflix. Read original story ‘Bling Empire': Are Cherie and Jessey Married? At TheWrap
President Joe Biden on Monday appeared to boost his goal for coronavirus vaccinations in his first 100 days in office, suggesting that the nation could soon be vaccinating 1.5 million Americans on average per day.
Yellen is the first woman to hold the position in the Treasury’s 231-year history and only the second person to ever have served as both Federal Reserve chair and Treasury Secretary.
Educators and state policymakers say recovering from a year of disrupted class time will be costly and time-consuming.
The news of a possible Harry Potter TV show at HBO Max has been met with majorly mixed reactions, especially given author J.K. Rowling's recent history of vocal transphobia.
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The Community Advisory Board of the Keiro Pacifica properties raises concerns about a Boyle Heights facility closure and patient safety.
Apple Inc. said Monday that its leading hardware engineer, Dan Riccio, is moving to a new project and will be replaced by John Ternus, currently a vice president of hardware engineering. Apple announced the move in a statement on its online newsroom. Riccio has been with Apple since 1998 and has worked on most of the company's major products over that time, from the first iMac computers to the latest 5G phones.
The Nasdaq and S&P 500 pared back morning losses to set new records. The selloff was a mystery, as was the wild price action in GameStop and BlackBerry stock.
Disney Parks has announced that it will be updating the 65-year old Jungle Cruise Ride at both Walt Disney World in Florida and Disneyland in California. These major changes to the attraction will better “reflect and value the diversity of the world around us,” according to a post on the Disney Parks blog. Disney will […]
Clinton Broden, a partner in the law firm of Broden & Mickelsen, LLP and defense attorney for Garret Miller, releases the following statement on behalf of Mr. Miller:Dallas, Jan. 25, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- STATEMENT REGARDING GARRET MILLER Clinton Broden, a partner in the law firm of Broden & Mickelsen, LLP and defense attorney for Garret Miller, releases the following statement on behalf of Mr. Miller: First, let me say that I was in Washington, D.C. on January 6, 2021, because I believed I was following the instructions of former President Trump and he was my president and the commander-in-chief. His statements also had me believing the election was stolen from him. Nevertheless, I fully recognize Joe Biden is now the President of the United States and that the election is over. Donald Trump is no longer president and I would not have any reason to continue to follow his lead. Second, while I never intended to harm Congresswoman Ocasio-Cortez nor harm any members of the Capitol police force, I recognize that my social media posts were completely inappropriate. They were made at a time when Donald Trump had me believing that an American election was stolen. I want to publicly apologize to Congresswoman Ocasio-Cortez and the Capitol police officers. I have always supported law enforcement and I am ashamed by my comments. Third, while it does not excuse my actions on January 6, I want to reiterate that I was not armed when I entered the Capitol and that I stayed in the Capitol’s rotunda. I also left Washington and started back to Texas immediately after President Trump asked us to go home. Until very recently, I really had never been very interested in nor involved with politics. Nevertheless, what Donald Trump had been saying about the election really got to me and I felt I had to support him. Still, I recognize that I am solely responsible for my actions and that there are no excuses for what I did. I come from a good and supportive family. My parents and brothers do not deserve the pain I have caused them. I accept full responsibility for my actions and I am prepared to testify at any trial or Congressional proceeding. MEDIA CONTACT: Clinton Broden Broden & Mickelsen, LLP www.texascrimlaw.com email@example.com 214-563-3154 https://www.brodenmickelsen.com This news has been published for the above source. Broden Mickelsen Dallas Criminal Defense Lawyers [ID=16630] Disclaimer: The information does not constitute advice or an offer to buy. Any purchase made from this story is made at your own risk. Consult an expert advisor/health professional before any such purchase. Any purchase made from this link is subject to the final terms and conditions of the website's selling. The content publisher and its distribution partners do not take any responsibility directly or indirectly. If you have any complaints or copyright issues related to this article, kindly contact the company this news is about.
No. 5 Texas already had a pair of games postponed last week due to the coronavirus.
EV stocks rose late Monday as the Biden administration seeks to replace combustion vehicles in government fleets with electric vehicles.
Garret Miller, 34, has been arrested for allegedly taking part in the storming of the U.S. Capitol this month and posting violent threats, including a call to assassinate Democratic Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez of New York.
WeissLaw LLP is investigating possible breaches of fiduciary duty and other violations of law by the board of directors of Spartan Acquisition Corp. II ("SPRQ" or the "Company") (NYSE: SPRQ) in connection with the Company's proposed merger with Sunlight Financial LLC ("Sunlight"), a privately-held residential solar financing company. Under the terms of the merger agreement, SPRQ will acquire Sunlight through a reverse merger that will result in Sunlight becoming a publicly listed company. The transaction represents an implied pro forma equity valuation for Sunlight of approximately $1.3 billion.
(Bloomberg) -- Apple Inc. said top hardware executive Dan Riccio is stepping down from his role to lead a new project at the company and John Ternus, one of his top lieutenants, will replace him.Riccio has been senior vice president of hardware engineering since 2012, overseeing development of the hardware in the iPhone, iPad, Mac and audio products like the AirPods and HomePod. Ternus, who Bloomberg News reported last year was poised to replace Riccio, has been vice president of hardware engineering since 2013, and was most recently leading the iPhone, Mac and iPad engineering groups.Riccio will remain at the company as a vice president of engineering and focus on a new project reporting to Chief Executive Officer Tim Cook, the Cupertino, California-based tech giant said Monday in a statement. “I’m looking forward to doing what I love most — focusing all my time and energy at Apple on creating something new and wonderful that I couldn’t be more excited about,” Riccio said in the statement.Apple didn’t specify Riccio’s new assignment, but the company has at least two major hardware initiatives in the works: a self-driving car and headsets for augmented reality and virtual reality. In his previous role, Apple’s head of AR and VR hardware reported to Riccio, while the car project was moved under the leadership of John Giannandrea, the company’s machine learning chief, last year.Riccio joined Apple in 1998 and succeeded Bob Mansfield as hardware engineering chief nine years ago. When Mansfield left that job, he also remained at Apple and in 2016 became the head of the car project before retiring last year.Apple in recent years has pushed Ternus into the public eye. When the company was criticized several years ago because its Mac computers had been updated infrequently and lacked features demanded by professional users such as photo and video editors and app developers, Ternus was the prime executive responding to the complaints and pledging to improve the machines. In November, Ternus announced new Mac laptops that were the first to use company-designed chips.A person who knows Ternus told Bloomberg News in September that he is a well-respected manager who understands the technology, and despite his rising profile, has remained unassuming — all characteristics of a potential future company division head or even CEO.Riccio is the second top executive to leave Apple’s leadership team in the past year while remaining at the company in another role. Phil Schiller, Apple’s former senior vice president, was named an Apple Fellow last year leading the App Store, public relations and the creation of Apple product announcements.Chief Operating Officer Jeff Williams remains the only holdover from the executive team that served under former CEO and co-founder the late Steve Jobs. Every member under Cook has been either promoted to or hired for the executive team since Cook was named CEO in 2011.(Updates with comments from Riccio in the third paragraph.)For more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.comSubscribe now to stay ahead with the most trusted business news source.©2021 Bloomberg L.P.
From border wall funds to the Muslim ban, the accomplishments Trump bragged about were done by executive action and have just as readily been undone.