Amazon's newest smart home display doubles as an entertainment center, a digital photo frame, a video call hub and more.
Vanessa Kirby was too busy having her hair dyed to pay attention to her Oscar nod. The Crown star was busy getting primped on the set of Mission: Impossible 7 when the Academy Awards nominations were announced last month - and had no idea she was among the Best Actress picks for her role in Pieces of a Woman.During an appearance on Live with Kelly and Ryan on Tuesday, Vanessa recalled how she was chatting away to her longtime hairstylist, Kirsten, when she got a text from a crewmember. "I was actually having my hair dyed for Mission: Impossible in the make-up trailer... and God, it was so surreal," she remembered. "The cinematographer of the movie sent me a message saying, 'Are you watching?' I went, 'Watching what?... I'm in the make-up trailer having my hair dyed.'" "He said, 'You're not watching the nominations?' I said, 'Which nominations?' And then he told me the news. "I gasped so loudly that poor Kirsten... thought someone had died because I was so shocked. Then she cried and I cried a little bit. It was very emotional and so surreal."
Colton Underwood has come out as a gay man.On Wednesday, the former The Bachelor personality appeared on Good Morning America (GMA) where he opened up in an emotional sit-down interview with Robin Roberts. Underwood fronted season 23 of the dating show in 2019, ultimately giving his final rose to contestant Cassie Randolph.During the conversation, titled Colton Underwood: In His Own Words, the reality TV star revealed he "came to terms" with his sexuality earlier this year."I've ran from myself for a long time. I've hated myself for a long time, and I'm gay. I came to terms with that earlier this year and trying to process it," he said. "I'm emotional, but in such a good happy positive way. I'm happiest and healthiest I've ever been in my life."Explaining why he had now chosen to reveal the news, Underwood admitted he knew he was "different since the age of six" and had got "into a place for me in personal life that was dark and bad". "I think overall the reason why now, is because I got to place that I don't think I was ever going to share this. I think I would rather die than say I'm gay," the 29-year-old continued.Underwood, who was dubbed the "virgin Bachelor" throughout his time on the show, said he still loved Randolph and wanted to apologise "for any pain and emotional stress I caused".He added: "I wish that it wouldn't have happened the way that it did. I wish that I had been courageous enough to fix myself before I broke anybody else."Underwood and Randolph dated until announcing their split in May 2020.That September, Randolph filed a restraining order against Underwood, alleging Domestic Violence Prevention as the reason for her request.In November, days before a court hearing was set to take place to extend the order, Randolph asked the judge overseeing the case to dismiss her protective order with prejudice, preventing her from refiling the petition in the future.
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Appearing on Red Table Talk, Brown said, ‘[Gordon] was the only one there for both situations with my ex-wife and my daughter and they both died the exact same way’
Cradled in the arms of the Queen is Prince Louis, a rare image of the Queen holding one of her great-grandchildren.
Senior civil servants have been told they have until the end of the week to declare any other jobs they hold outside government. Cabinet Secretary Simon Case said there was "acute concern" at the top of the civil service about issues that have emerged in the David Cameron lobbying affair. On Tuesday, it was revealed former government chief commercial officer Bill Crother worked as a part-time adviser at Greensill Capital for the last three months he was in Whitehall.
Nel mondo ci sarà "un'altra pandemia" ed è necessario "rafforzare" il sistema sanitario globale. Lo ha detto il presidente Joe Biden nell'annunciare il ritiro delle truppe Usa dall'Afghanistan e illustrando le future sfide che il Paese e il mondo dovranno affrontare. Gli Stati Uniti hanno registrato nelle ultime 24 ore 77.312 nuovi casi di Covid e 987 decessi. Il dato supera quello della media del Paese, calcolata nei 7 giorni, che si attestava intorno ai 71.215 casi. E, secondo la Johns Hopkins University, il bilancio totale delle vittime negli Usa è arrivato a 563.446. Il numero dei contagi continua a crescere nel Michigan dove, ieri, sono stati segnalati oltre 10.000 casi. Il Colorado, invece, ha registrato il maggior numero di morti, 97 in un solo giorno. Le agenzie di intelligence Usa ancora non sanno "esattamente dove, quando o come il Covid-19 sia inizialmente stato trasmesso", ma rimangono concentrate su due teorie alternative: che "sia emerso naturalmente dal contatto di essere umani con animali infetti o che sia stato un incidente di laboratorio". E' quanto ha riferito Avril Haines, direttore della National Intelligence e numero uno delle agenzie di spionaggio e contro spionaggio statunitensi, nel corso di un'audizione davanti al Senato Usa. Nella stessa audizione di martedì, ha parlato anche il direttore della Cia, William Burns, che ha concordato con la Haines ed ha riferito che per gli analisti è chiaro che "la leadership cinese non è stata pienamente disponibile o trasparente nel lavorare con l'Oms". Burns ha inoltre assicurato che "stiamo facendo tutto il possibile, usando tutte le risorse disponibili per tentare di venirne a capo". Nel corso dell'audizione, il direttore della National Security Agency e capo del Cyber Command, il generale Paul Nakasone, ha riferito che le agenzie di spionaggio informatico Usa stanno collaborando allo sforzo e continuano a raccogliere ed anallizare informazioni sull'origine del virus.
Ongoing volcanic eruptions have displaced about 20% of people in the eastern Caribbean island of St. Vincent as a U.N. official on Wednesday warned of a growing humanitarian crisis. Between 16,000 to 20,000 people were evacuated under government orders before La Soufriere volcano first erupted on Friday, covering the lush green island with ash that continues to blanket communities in St. Vincent as well as Barbados and other nearby islands.
Six games from The Spring League will air on Fox when the small football league begins its season next month. Fox Sports will be carrying league games for the second straight season, but this is the first time some will air on the main network. Six regular-season games will be on Fox, beginning May 8, as well as the championship game.
Sen. Lindsey Graham holds a press conference after President Biden announces that U.S. troops will be withdrawn from Afghanistan.
The former Texas governor and Republican presidential candidate is urging lawmakers to pass a bill that would create a study into the medical benefits of psilocybin
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Kim Potter, the white police officer who shot and killed Daunte Wright, a 20-year-old Black man, during a traffic stop in Brooklyn Center, Minnesota, was charged Wednesday with second-degree manslaughter, authorities said. Potter was arrested at about 11:30 a.m. local time and was booked into the Hennepin County Jail, the Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension said. Potter, a 26-year veteran of the Brooklyn Center Police Department, submitted her resignation on Tuesday following Sunday's fatal shooting.
Heavy snow and strong winds created hazardous driving conditions across northern Utah on Wednesday, April 14, with the Utah Department of Transportation (UDOT) reporting “multiple crashes” on I-80 through Parleys Canyon due to the wintry weather.In Utah’s Big and Little Cottonwood Canyons, officials warned drivers of slickened roads and put the state’s Traction Law into effect, requiring vehicles to be equipped with approved snow tires or other traction devices such as tire chains to pass through.Footage posted just after 11 am local time by UDOT officials shows wet roadways and poor visibility as snow fell in Cottonwood Canyons.The National Weather Service in Salt Lake City said snow showers would continue in the Cottonwood and Provo Canyons through the day, before tapering off late Wednesday night. Snowfall rates of up to 2 inches per hour were possible in Cottonwood Canyons Wednesday evening, the weather service said. Credit: UDOT Cottonwood Canyons via Storyful
Andre De Grasse, Angelique Kerber, Becky and Ellie Downie, John John Florence, Kathleen Baker and Scout Bassett are also joining the Peloton community
The Canadian miner rose as it got a Wall Street update, but the day's gains were likely tied to something more, as well.
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It is not the first time the opposition coach has been damaged in the build-up to a match at Anfield.