After his dance, the singer became emotional and dedicated the dance to other addicts watching. “I know it’s hard but with a little courage, you can overcome,” he said through tears, while Burke, who has been sober for two years, hugged him.When it came time for the group dances, Nev Schulman, Chrishell Stause and Nelly went first, dancing a cha-cha to Lady Gaga’s “Rain on Me.” Inaba voted this part of the contest, saying Nelly had the most improved cha-cha. She then had to rate each pair, giving them up to two bonus points: Nev received three, while both Chrishell and Nelly earned two each.Next up was Justina Machado and Johnny Weir, who both had to perform a Viennese waltz to “I Have Nothing” by Whitney Houston, judged by Derek Hough. He gave three points to Johnny and two to Justina.Lastly, AJ, Kaitlyn and Skai Jackson were given a samba to “Levitating” by Dua Lipa and were judged by Bruno Tonioli. AJ and Kaitlyn were each given three points while Skai was given two.At the end of the night, Skai and Alan Bersten and Chrishell and Gleb Savchenko were in the bottom two. Ultimately, the Selling Sunset star was sent home.Scroll through the gallery below for the full leaderboard. While she put on her best face for her dance, Carrie Ann Inaba was still not impressed. “I know last week was a tough week, but you came back with grace and energy. I’m a little torn right now,” she said, before saying that while it was one of her “best performances,” there was issues with one of her flips — which Inaba thought was a lift.That was only the start of the emotion during the night. Nelly dedicated his rumba to his late sister, who died in 2005. He danced to one of her favorite songs, “Nobody Knows” by The Tony Rich Project. While it wasn’t his best dance, the judges applauded him for showing a different, very emotional side and assured him that his sister would be very proud.- Advertisement – – Advertisement – Although it wasn’t a double elimination like originally planned, the Monday, November 2, episode of Dancing With the Stars was still an intense one. At the top of the show, Kaitlyn Bristowe admitted to partner Artem Chigvintsev that she was really struggling after her low scores the week before.“I feel like I’m never going to be good enough for what they hold me to,” the former Bachelorette, 35, said through tears during rehearsal. “Sometimes you just need a good cry.”- Advertisement – Later in the night, Jeannie Mai, who was forced to withdraw from the competition due to a throat abscess, emotionally spoke out from her hospital room ahead of getting emergency surgery. Following the operation, a doctor came in and told her if she had waited another day, her throat would have closed. The entire group — including host Tyra Banks — was in tears following her video.The last solo dance of the night was AJ McLean and Cheryl Burke‘s rumba. During the package, he opened up about his battle with drugs and alcohol, which began while on set of 2001’s “The Call.” He revealed he doesn’t remember the next two years. Over the next 19 years, he made many trips to rehab and overdosed twice. Now, he’s been sober 11 months.He last relapsed while in Las Vegas for a Backstreet Boys show. When he arrived home, everything changed. “My youngest daughter went to come cuddle with me and then she walked away from me and said, ‘You don’t smell like my daddy,’” he recalled. “My kid saved my life.”- Advertisement –
“Kanye’s still quarantined in our master bedroom. I think it’s just really overwhelming because every last task is my responsibility and it’s really hard to juggle it all with four kids,” the Skims creator said during a KUWTK episode last month. “This is the first time I’ve really had to do everything myself.”During the same episode, Khloé Kardashian revealed she was also battling the coronavirus. Tristan Thompson cared for her and their 2-year-old daughter, True, while the Strong Looks Better Naked author, 36, stayed in her room.Keeping Up With the Kardashians airs on E! Thursdays at 8 p.m. ET.Listen to Us Weekly’s Hot Hollywood as each week the editors of Us break down the hottest entertainment news stories! The makeup mogul added that she was having “fun” with her children, saying, “I actually love that time because we do travel so much in our regular world that this has been [great]. I think the family bonding part of it all, [we’re] going on walks outside [and we’ve] watched every single movie you could possibly imagine.”Much of the Los Angeles native’s struggles came from the fact that her husband, 43, tested positive with COVID-19, leaving her alone to care for him and the kids.- Advertisement – The reality star, who also shares North, 7, Saint, 4, and Psalm, 17 months, with Kanye West, felt relieved after venting to Haqq, 37. (The Dash Dolls alum is the mother of son Christian, 10, and daughter Celine, 6, with a third little one on the way.)“With Khadijah, I see how frustrated she is so at least it makes me feel normal again, that other people are going through the exact same thing,” Kardashian said in a confessional. “I definitely feel like I just needed that boost. So I think I was definitely being too hard on myself.”In April, the Selfish author spoke about ruling out baby No. 5 after living in lockdown with her little ones. “Being at home with four kids, if I ever though for a minute that I wanted another one, that is out the door,” the KKW Beauty creator explained during a virtual appearance on The View. “It’s really tough.”- Advertisement – – Advertisement – Openly overwhelmed. Kim Kardashian turned to Khadijah Haqq to discuss her parenting struggles amid the coronavirus pandemic.“I, like, literally hear Chicago crying in the other room, and I don’t care,” the Keeping Up With the Kardashians star, 40, said of her 2-year-old in the Thursday, November 5, episode of the E! show. “I literally am feeling like an awful mom just letting her cry in the other room and figuring it out. It’s just like, I can’t.”Kim Kardashian David Buchan/Variety/Shutterstock- Advertisement –
Odom Jr. and the One Night in Miami actress met at an audition for the musical Once on This Island in 2008 and went on to tie the knot four years later. They welcomed Lucille in April 2017, nearly one year after Odom Jr. made his final appearance as Aaron Burr in Hamilton on Broadway.Shortly after the pair broke their baby news, they received well-wishes from plenty of famous pals, including Maddie Ziegler. “So beautiful ❤️ congrats !!!!!😭,” the Dance Moms alum, 18, commented on Robinson’s Instagram announcement.- Advertisement – Fellow Broadway star Josh Groban commented: “Amazing my friend!! Love to your ever growing beautiful family 💙.”Earlier this year, the New York native and his wife teamed up for Freeform’s Love in the Time of Corona, a fictional miniseries following several different couples coping with the coronavirus pandemic. Though working together posed its challenges, the couple enjoyed every second.“It’s a stressful time and so, by its nature, it’s going to either bring you closer together or pull you farther apart,” the Grammy winner told The New York Post in August. “At the top of quarantine, we tried to recommit to one another and recommit to our friendship, first and foremost. So we were communicating so much better … It has brought us closer.”Robinson, for her part, was grateful for the opportunity to spend extra time with her husband — despite the emotional toll of the pandemic.“Every single day, there is a different piece of news or a different worry,” she told the outlet. “Every day is different, and I think celebrating the wins and looking for the beauty in this time is just as important as acknowledging the tough parts as well.”Scroll down to see Robinson’s growing baby bump. The Tony winner continued: “Baby boy and mama are doing swell. Praying for him and all the little ones on the way! The new class!! 🙏🏾🤟🏾 …We’ll make it right for you.Robinson shared the happy news in a post of her own, confirming that the couple’s little one is due in March 2021.“Sweet baby boy, we cannot wait to meet you ❣️,” she wrote via Instagram on Monday. “More reasons to love, to live, to connect, to pave the way for you and other little ones arriving in this world… We love you.”- Advertisement – – Advertisement – “You’ll blow us all away.” Leslie Odom Jr. and his wife, Nicolette Robinson, are expecting their second child together, a baby boy.“Lots of reasons to celebrate over here. Lots of reasons for hope too,” the Hamilton star, 39, gushed in his Instagram announcement on Monday, November 9, sharing a slideshow of photos with his pregnant wife, 32, and their 3-year-old daughter, Lucille.- Advertisement –
Alek Minassian ploughed down pedestrians in Toronto in the 2018 attack.- Advertisement –
Trained by David Cottin, Easysland was unbeaten in his previous six starts before that effortless victory – with JP McManus snapping up the six-year-old prior to his Festival run.Easysland has not been seen since the Festival, and while in contrast Tiger Roll enjoyed a spin on the Flat at Navan last month he will have to concede 4lb to his old rival this time after the pair raced off level weights in March.Adding further interest to the three-mile-six-furlong event is the Christian Williams-trained Potters Corner, who will be having his first start over the cross-country obstacles.- Advertisement – – Advertisement – The 10-year-old won the Welsh National on his latest start in December, with a planned Grand National run scuppered by the Covid-19 lockdown and cancellation of the Aintree meeting – although he did win the virtual version that proved so popular.Cottin also runs Vino Royale with Little Bruce, Kings Temptation, Beau De Brizais, Vivas and Kingswell Theatre – winner of this race in 2017 – all having to run from out of the handicap due to Tiger Roll’s mark of 171. Easysland and Tiger Roll will cross swords once again in a top-class renewal of the Glenfarclas Cross Country Handicap Chase at Cheltenham on Friday.Gordon Elliott’s dual Grand National winner Tiger Roll was sent off the odds-on favourite to complete his Aintree preparations with victory in the cross-country feature at the Festival back in March – only for French raider Easysland to dish out a 17-length beating.- Advertisement –
Wallace was replying to a Twitter thread by former Mississippi state Rep. Robert Foster. Foster, if you don’t remember, was the asshat who would not allow Mississippi Today reporter Larrison Campbell on a 15-hour ride-along unless she brought a male colleague with her. Foster was running last year, and losing, in a bid to become the next governor of Mississippi. Guess they dodged that bullet?- Advertisement – – Advertisement – Anyway, Wallace seems to have been replying to Foster’s tweet that said: “Not sure who all needs to hear this but we are not a Democracy. We are a Constitutional Republic. The majority does not rule, the law derived from a Constitution has the final say. Democrats and their Fake News Cheerleaders are about to get a hard lesson in civics.” The important takeaway here is that the Republican Party’s new position, based on the super white supremacist rationalization of what was once just a wing of their party, is that “we are not a Democracy,” and “The majority does not rule.”Remember that. I wonder what the more than 25% of Mississippians who depend on Medicare and Medicaid would think about that. I also wonder where they think they might come up with the loss of around $4.8 billion in defense contracts and payroll that they receive. Well, it’s hard to know, but I’m sure these super duper patriots have thought this out.
Sartori’s consortium is understood to include Kyril Louis-Dreyfus, the 22-year-old son of former Marseille owner Robert Dreyfus.Sartori already has a seat on the Sunderland board. The proposed takeover would have to be approved by the EFL in its ‘Owners and Directors’ Test’.Donald has been trying to sell the club for nearly a year after supporters campaigned for him to leave following a positive start.Sunderland have declined to comment.- Advertisement – Sunderland owner Stewart Donald has agreed a deal in principle to sell his majority stake in the League One club to an international consortium led by current minority investor Juan Sartori. Sky Sports News understands Donald, who took over Sunderland from Ellis Short two and a half years ago, has received an acceptable offer from the consortium.- Advertisement – Image:Sunderland owner Stewart Donald had been seeking a buyer for some time – Advertisement – Donald and director Charlie Methven – star of the club’s Netflix documentary – are set to retain minority stakes in the club should the deal go through.- Advertisement –
California’s governor announced Monday that the state is “pulling the emergency brake” on its reopening and reinstating broad restrictions, while Iowa’s governor reversed course and announced a mask mandate.The announcements came as the United States reported its 11 millionth confirmed case on Sunday, with one million new cases over the past week alone. The country is averaging 150,000 new cases a day and will probably reach 250,000 total deaths sometime this week.- Advertisement – The increases, he said, cross age and racial or ethnic groups and appear throughout the state.- Advertisement – – Advertisement – Most of California’s larger counties were moved back into the most restrictive reopening tier, meaning that indoor dining and some other businesses would have to shut down again. Mr. Newsom said the state was also studying curfew options.Mr. Newsom added that emergency health care facilities the state set up during the beginning of the pandemic were being prepared. One facility will open in the next week or so in Imperial County, a border county that was hit hard over the summer, he said.State leaders including Mr. Newsom have told residents not to gather with people from outside their households, and to resist visiting relatives over the holidays.- Advertisement – The gathering on Nov. 6 did not technically violate the state’s rules, because there is no formal limit on the number of households at each outdoor restaurant table, but as critics noted, the governor’s attendance undermined the spirit of restrictions.Mr. Newsom apologized on Monday, saying that he should have turned around and left when he realized there were more guests at the party than he expected. Much of the recent rise in cases, state officials say, appears to have grown from at-home parties or family gatherings.But in what is likely to be remembered as one of the governor’s more damaging moments in the pandemic, The San Francisco Chronicle reported that Mr. Newsom attended an outdoor dinner for one of his political advisers at the French Laundry, a Napa Valley restaurant, with guests from several households. Daily case reports are rising in 48 states, and with little action from the Trump administration, governors and mayors across the country are taking new steps to try to halt the spread. On Monday, a sweeping stay-at-home advisory went into effect in Chicago, and Philadelphia announced strict new rules starting Friday, banning indoor gatherings and closing indoor dining at restaurants.In California, which had been credited with getting the virus under control for a time, Gov. Gavin Newsom, a Democrat, said the state’s daily case numbers had doubled in the last 10 days, the fastest increase the state had seen since the beginning of the pandemic. The state reached one million known cases on Nov. 12, and the next day issued travel advisories.
May 22, 2006 (CIDRAP news) – Local tests indicate that two more Indonesians have died of H5N1 avian influenza—one of them from the extended family case cluster still being investigated in northern Sumatra, according to news reports.In addition, according to an Associated Press (AP) story today, a third Indonesian, in East Java, has tested positive but remains alive. And Reuters reported today that two Iranians have died of H5N1 infection, which, if confirmed, would be Iran’s first human cases.The victim in Sumatra, a 32-year-old, is the father of one of the earlier victims, a 10-year-old boy. “He is the father of the child who died on May 13,” said Nyoman Kandun in an Associated Press AP story today. Kandun is the director-general of disease control for Indonesia’s Ministry of Health.Last week, the World Health Organization (WHO) confirmed that six people in the man’s extended family had been infected with H5N1 and that five of them had died. Another person, a 37-year-old woman who was the first in the family to die, was not tested but had symptoms of avian flu and is considered the index case, according to the WHO.Kandun, according to the AP, said the 32-year-old who died had received oseltamivir in the hospital, but then ran away. He was later found in his village but refused antiviral treatment.News agencies report that the other confirmed case of avian-flu-related death occurred May 19 in the capital city of Jakarta. No further information on this fatality was available as of this writing.The third case involved an 18-year-old shuttlecock maker in East Java, according to a May 21 Reuters story. He is currently hospitalized and undergoing treatment for avian flu, according to Reuters. Investigators are tracing the source of the feathers he used for making shuttlecocks, Kandun told Reuters.If all these cases are confirmed by the WHO, Indonesia’s avian flu case total would rise to 44, and its death toll would reach 34. Indonesia has reported by far the most H5N1 human cases and deaths in 2006.Investigation of the Sumatra cluster by scientists from the WHO and the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention continues. A source of this outbreak has not been found; local chickens, ducks, and pigs have all tested negative for H5N1.Human-to-human transmission is a concern in any cluster, but especially one this size. “We cannot confirm that [human-to-human transmission] has occurred,” the AP quoted Kandun as saying in today’s story, “but we cannot rule it out.”Reported cases in IranIn Iran, tests on the bodies of a 26-year-old woman and a 41-year-old man confirmed H5N1 infection, according to a hospital official in the northwestern province of Kermanshah, as reported today by Agence France-Presse (AFP).”Four people have been hospitalized, among them a woman and her husband who have died,” the head of the university hospital in Kermanshah told Iranian Students News Agency, according to the AFP story. “Another one of those hospitalized is in critical condition,” he added. “There are suspicions of bird flu symptoms.””Their tests have been sent to medical centers inside the country and abroad to clarify the issue,” said the official, identified only as Dr Izadi, according to AFP.Though the patients are identified as husband and wife in the AFP story, a Reuters report published today lists them as brother and sister.If the tests are confirmed, these would constitute the first human cases of avian flu in Iran. The first report of H5N1 avian flu in Iran came in February, when officials said 153 wild swans had died of the disease.See also:May 18 CIDRAP news story
Jul 6 Saskatchewan news release about conditions that increase anthrax riskhttp://www.gov.sk.ca/news?newsId=507b8328-44bd-4239-8a65-00dd4f1544ed The release gave no information on how the man contracted the disease, but said cutaneous anthrax typically occurs when a person with a cut or abrasion comes into direct contact with anthrax spores on a sick or dead animal. In contrast, inhalational anthrax results from breathing in anthrax spores; it is usually fatal unless the patient receives prompt antibiotic treatment. “We are vaccinating cattle on farms around the infected premises to create a buffer zone in an effort to break the cycle of infection,” the CFIA said today. “Our monitoring of the situation indicates that the number of cases is declining.” The agency said quarantines will be canceled 21 days after new cases abate. The outbreak centers on the Melfort area, which rarely has any cases, according to CFIA veterinarian Dr. Sandra Stephens, who was quoted in a recent report in the Saskatoon Star Phoenix. The CFIA said 8,000 livestock have been vaccinated against anthrax in the area. Anthrax spores are found in soil in many parts of the world and can remain viable for decades. The disease has killed 149 animals on the quarantined farms in northeastern Saskatchewan, according to today’s update from the Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA). The disease emerged after heavy spring rains saturated the ground and brought anthrax spores to the surface, according to a Jul 12 report in the Toronto Globe and Mail. Animals contract anthrax by eating plants contaminated by the spores. The Star Phoenix story called the outbreak the largest in Saskatchewan history. The outbreak has killed 123 cattle, 3 horses, 1 pig, 1 sheep, 13 bison, and 8 white-tailed deer, according to information from Stephens that was published on ProMED-mail, the online reporting service of the International Society for Infectious Diseases. Jul 14 Saskatchewan news release about cutaneous anthrax casehttp://www.gov.sk.ca/news?newsId=1193e9c8-f864-4500-9111-e9d073c4cb55 CIDRAP overview of anthraxhttp://www.cidrap.umn.edu/cidrap/content/bt/anthrax/biofacts/index.html The CFIA said the outbreak does not pose “a significant human health threat.” Cases in livestock rarely affect people, and no animals from the quarantined farms were sent to slaughter, the agency said. Anthrax does not spread from person to person. See also: The Star Phoenix said some private veterinarians in the area ran out of vaccine. Stephens said some vets didn’t have the vaccine in stock because they weren’t used to seeing cases. A man from the Melfort area, about 175 kilometers northeast of Saskatoon, contracted cutaneous anthrax, the least serious form of the disease, the Saskatchewan provincial government said in a Jul 14 news release. “The individual is being treated with antibiotics and is expected to make a full recovery,” the statement said. In the United States, some livestock cases of anthrax have been reported in Minnesota and North Dakota so far this year, but no large outbreaks. Last summer about 400 animals had died of the disease by early August in the Dakotas, Minnesota, and Texas. Authorities recommend that animals killed by anthrax be burned or buried quickly to prevent other animals from being exposed to the carcasses. Ken Tegstrom, a Melfort area cattle farmer who was quoted in the Jul 12 Globe and Mail story, said so many cattle died the week of Jul 2 that farmers didn’t have time to burn or bury them. Instead, the CFIA doused them in formaldehyde and covered them with tarpaulins for later disposal. Jul 17, 2006 (CIDRAP News) – A man is being treated for cutaneous (skin) anthrax and 36 farms are under quarantine because of livestock deaths in what has been called the largest anthrax outbreak in the history of the Canadian province of Saskatchewan.