How to Watch “Chesapeake Shores” season 6 premiere
Heartfelt Hallmark Channel original series Chesapeake Shores returns tonight at 8/7c. Stream new episodes of the hit family drama with DIRECTV Stream, Philo, and FuboTV. Based on the New York Times bestselling series by Sherryl Woods, Chesapeake Shores follows four generations of O’Brien family drama. Over the last five seasons, the O’Brien’s have tackled hectic love lives, demanding careers, and plenty of family struggles. Tune in tonight at 8/7c on the Hallmark Channel to watch the season 6 premiere of Chesapeake Shores.mlive.com
Intelligence officials withheld sensitive information from Trump while he was in office because they feared the 'damage' he could do if he knew: report
Trump had a rocky relationship with US intelligence. He declassified sensitive information often and ignored intel from his own officials.news.yahoo.com
Toilet photos undercut Trump claim he never tried to flush presidential records
New York Times reporter Maggie Haberman released photos on Monday that appear to show that former President Donald Trump did indeed try to dispose of documents by ripping them up and placing them in toilets.news.yahoo.com
Haberman shares photos of Trump-era White House toilet clogged with wads of paper
New York Times reporter Maggie Haberman released a pair of photos to corroborate reporting in her forthcoming book that White House staffers regularly found ripped-up printed paper clogging a toilet in the presidential residence during former President Trump’s administration. The photos, shared with Axios on Monday, reportedly show small pieces of paper in a toilet in the White…news.yahoo.com
How to Watch “The Summer I Turned Pretty” series premiere
Watch the series premiere of The Summer I Turned Pretty today with an Amazon Prime Video subscription. Based on the New York Times bestseller, The Summer I Turned Pretty follows Belly and her family on their yearly beach house vacation. It’s a coming of age story marked by the summer she turns pretty. Where to watch:Starring:Lola TungChristopher BrineyGavin CasalegnoWatch the trailer:About the show: “A new series based on the New York Times bestselling book. It’s a summer of first love, first heartbreak and growing up — it’s the summer she turns pretty.” -Prime Videomlive.com
Trump suggested Mike Pence should be hanged for refusing to overturn 2020 election, witness testified
As he watched on television as his supporters chanted "Hang Mike Pence" as they stormed the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6, 2021, former President Donald Trump remarked that his vice president should indeed perhaps be hanged over his refusal to block the certification of Joe Biden's win in the 2020 election, the New York Times reported Wednesday.news.yahoo.com
One of the possible killers of unarmed civilians in Bucha has been identified
Ukrainska Pravda - SATURDAY, 21 MAY 2022, 16:56 CHINGIZ ATANTAYEV IN BUCHA (LEFT) AND A PHOTO OF HIM FROM SOCIAL MEDIA (RIGHT). Russian investigative journalists have identified one of the possible killers of unarmed civilians in Bucha.news.yahoo.com
Biden's White House senior adviser called ‘Squad’ members ‘f---ing idiots’: book
A new book being published by a pair of New York Times reporters writes that White House Office of Public Engagement Director and Senior Adviser Cedric Richmond referred to two prominent members of "the Squad" as "f---ing idiots."news.yahoo.com
How to Watch “The Flight Attendant” season 2
Season 2 of The Flight Attendant premiered on Thursday, April 21st. The Flight Attendant season 2 finds Cassie in Los Angeles. Where to watch:Stream The Flight Attendant when you register for HBO Max. About this season: “Season two of the Max Original THE FLIGHT ATTENDANT finds Cassie Bowden (Kaley Cuoco) living her best sober life in Los Angeles while moonlighting as a CIA asset in her spare time. Season one was based on the novel of the same name by New York Times bestselling author Chris Bohjalian." -HBO Maxmlive.com
Pandemic spike in deaths of homeless people not due to COVID-19, study finds
In a state where tent cities continue to proliferate underneath freeway overpasses and rows of broken down RVs provide shelter to a growing number of citizens, the number of deaths among homeless people has been soaring in recent years.news.yahoo.com
Bobcat provides hope for keeping invasive pythons in check
Ecologists with the U.S. Geological Survey collected first-of-its-kind photographic evidence last year of a bobcat devouring python eggs in the Big Cypress National Preserve.Driving the news: The finding, published last month in the journal Ecology and Evolution, suggests there's finally hope that a predator could halt the python's creeping dominance — by eating its eggs.Stay on top of the latest market trends and economic insights with Axios Markets. Subscribe for freeWhat they're saying: "Thisnews.yahoo.com
How to Watch “Brené Brown: Atlas of the Heart” documentary series premiere
Brené Brown: Atlas of the Heart premieres today, March 31st. Pioneered by research professor Brené Brown, this new documentary series invites viewers on an interactive expedition through the twists and turns of what it means to be human. Brown’s multifaceted HBO Max original offers you the language to define and analyze the different connections that frame your life. Where to watch:You can stream Brené Brown: Atlas of the Heart when you register for HBO Max. About the series: “For BRENÉ BROWN: ATLAS OF THE HEART, researcher and six-time #1 New York Times bestselling author Dr. Brené Brown takes viewers on an interactive journey through the range of emotions and experiences that define what it means to be human.mlive.com
Flashpoint Interview: Political journalist explains why some Americans believe Trump’s ‘Big Lie’
Despite copious evidence proving that the 2020 presidential election was the most secure election in U.S. history, a number of Americans still believe the lie that the election was stolen from former President Donald Trump.
Gruden sues NFL over publication of his offensive emails
Former Las Vegas Raiders coach Jon Gruden has sued Commissioner Roger Goodell and the NFL, alleging that a “malicious and orchestrated campaign” was used to destroy Gruden’s career by leaking old emails he had sent that included racist, misogynistic and homophobic comments.
Reports: FDA expected to OK ‘mix-and-match’ COVID vaccine boosters
The Food and Drug Administration is expected to announce this week people will be able to receive a COVID-19 vaccine booster shot with a vaccine from a different manufacturer than their original doses, according to reports in the New York Times, Washington Post and Wall Street Journal.
NYT reporters writing young person's edition of 'She Said'
This combination of photos shows the cover image forChasing the Truth: A Young Journalists Guide to Investigative Reporting, left, and a portrait of New York Times journalists Jodi Kantor and Megan Twohey, at the Time 100 Gala in New York on April 24, 2018.. Their book will be published Sept. 14. (Philomel via AP, left, and AP Photo)NEW YORK – An acclaimed book by two New York Times journalists who won Pulitzer Prizes for their investigation of Harvey Weinstein is coming out in an edition for young reporters. “Chasing the Truth: A Young Journalist’s Guide to Investigative Reporting,” by Jodi Kantor and Megan Twohey, will be published Sept. 14 by Philomel, an imprint of Penguin Young Readers. In 2019, Kantor and Twohey released “She Said: Breaking the Sexual Harassment Story That Helped Ignite a Movement.”“With ‘Chasing the Truth,’ we’re inviting young people into investigative journalism," Kantor and Twohey said in a statement Wednesday. "We’re excited to show them how this work can uncover hidden truths, hold the powerful to account and help drive social change.”Kantor and Twohey, along with Ronan Farrow of The New Yorker, won Pulitzers in 2018 for “impactful journalism that exposed powerful and wealthy sexual predators, including allegations against one of Hollywood’s most influential producers.”
NY Times says it needs culture change, better inclusion
FILE - This June 22, 2019, file photo shows the exterior of the New York Times building in New York. In a report to its employees in February 2021, The New York Times says it needs a culture change to become a better place to work, particularly for people of color. (AP Photo/Julio Cortez, File)NEW YORK – The New York Times says it needs a culture change to become a better place to work, particularly for people of color. A survey of employees didn't just uncover bad news; 95% of Times employees said they felt pride in working at the paper, and most have had positive experiences. “We also believe it will make The Times a better place to work, for all of us.”
NYT details Michigan GOP’s involvement with militia groups, empathy for insurrectionists
(AP Photo/Al Goldis, File)DETROIT – A New York Times article published Tuesday details Michigan GOP leader Mike Shirkey’s involvement with militia groups and his empathy for insurrectionists at the U.S. Capitol. Allied Itself With Militants,” offers an inside look at how involved Michigan GOP leaders were in coordinating with militia groups through various protests in 2020, leading up to the riot at the U.S. Capitol in January. Next time tell them not to bring guns,” complained Mike Shirkey, the State Senate majority leader, according to one of the protest organizers. AdThe NYT also reports that Shirkey held a meeting with militia groups in his office to establish a “code of conduct.”“Do you tell your people to make sure that there’s not a live round in a chamber? You can read the full, in-depth New York Times article right here.
NYT's 'Caliphate' podcast withdrawn as Pulitzer finalist
FILE - This June 22, 2019 file photo shows the exterior of the New York Times building in New York. The 12-part series won a Peabody Award and was a Pulitzer Prize finalist. The Times said its journalists should have done a better job vetting him, and not included his story as part of the podcast. (AP Photo/Julio Cortez, File)NEW YORK – A high-profile podcast on terrorism from The New York Times that had been a finalist for a Pulitzer Prize was withdrawn as a contest entry in the wake of the newspaper saying the claims of a man central to “Caliphate" could not be verified. “We volunteered to return the citation and the Pulitzer Prize Board accepted the offer," The Times said in an email to The Associated Press.
Morning Briefing Nov. 19, 2020: Wayne County election, Canada border closure
Trending 📈🇨🇦 Report: Canada extends US border closure until Dec. 21The U.S.-Canada border will remain closed to non-essential travel for another month, according to reports. The current extension of the border crossing restrictions was set to expire Nov. 21, 2020. The number of confirmed cases of the coronavirus (COVID-19) in Michigan has risen to 277,806 as of Wednesday, including 8,190 deaths, state officials report. New COVID-19 cases and deaths continue to rise in Michigan. The state also reports “active cases,” which were listed at 125,000 on Tuesday, near its highest mark on record.
NYT's Maggie Haberman has deal for Trump book
NEW YORK – One of the top chroniclers of the Trump administration, New York Times White House reporter Maggie Haberman, has a book deal. Penguin Press announced Thursday that the Pulitzer Prize winner's book, currently untitled, would come out in 2022. “Maggie Haberman’s book will be an instant classic, a definitive and fascinating account of Donald Trump, his life and his presidency," Penguin vice president and publisher Scott Moyers said in a statement . Haberman was represented by the Javelin literary agency, whose other clients include former FBI Director James Comey and former National Security Advisor John Bolton. In 2017, Haberman and fellow Times reporter Glenn Thrush reached an agreement with Random House for a book on Trump, but the deal fell through after Thrush was accused by several women of sexual harassment.
Local 4 News at Noon -- Nov. 3, 2020
DETROIT – Here’s what is coming up on Local 4 News at Noon. Metro Detroit residents are hitting the polls -- What’s being done to make sure every vote countsIt’s Election Day. According to the New York Times, 99.7 million ballots have already been submitted. That’s almost three quarters of the number of votes cast in the entire 2016 election. Click here for complete Election Day coverage.
New York Times correspondent Kathy Gray says Trump campaign removed her from Michigan rally
FREELAND, Mich. – A New York Times correspondent attending a rally held by President Donald Trump in Freeland said she was tracked down by the Trump campaign and removed from the rally. READ: President Trump to visit mid-Michigan todayTweets are embedded below:First for me: Trump campaign tracked me down from pics i tweeted and escorted me out. — Kathy Gray (@michpoligal) September 10, 2020I’ve just been kicked out of the trump rally. — Kathy Gray (@michpoligal) September 10, 2020And so it begins pic.twitter.com/fuLY4oasjP — Kathy Gray (@michpoligal) September 10, 2020Air force one just landed — Kathy Gray (@michpoligal) September 10, 2020Crammed in crowd in the rain for trump rally in michigan. Not many masks pic.twitter.com/5DZ6JBVNK8 — Kathy Gray (@michpoligal) September 10, 2020
This brilliant ‘1-minute rule’ just might help you get your life under control
You’ll find this practice will help you get rid of that scum of clutter that sits on the surface of everyday life, Rubin said. And you’ll likely find all these little things aren’t nagging for your attention all the time. To hear from Rubin, listen here:Rubin was a recent guest on “The Best Advice Show,” as you can see. Leave your name and your tip, followed by your email address in case he has any follow-up questions. Rosen has a “Food Fridays” feature in which he’d love to feature your cooking advice.
New York Times features Michigan Gov. Whitmer, her response to 2020 crises
In the article Whitmer says that she knew she was on her own to fend for Michigan after a call with Trump in mid-March. Whitmer had asked the federal government to supply Michigan with needed N95 masks from the national stockpile, and Trump reportedly declined and insisted states acquire their own supplies. Whitmer has since stood by her executive orders and is currently reopening the states economy in phases. A study by Imperial College London and Oxford University found that Whitmers rapid and aggressive response to the COVID-19 pandemic could have saved tens of thousands of lives. The author does say that based on the many conversations theyve had over the last few months, Gov.
Michigans Jeff Daniels to play ex-FBI director James Comey in Showtime series
Michigan native Jeff Daniels will play former FBI Director James Comey in an upcoming limited series on Showtime. Daniels will star along side Brendan Gleeson, who is playing President Donald Trump. The limited series, The Comey Rule, is slated to premiere in November, as a two-part, four-hour event. The series is based on Comeys best-selling book, A Higher Loyalty.According to Showtime, The Comey Rule is an immersive, behind-the-headlines account of the historically turbulent events surrounding the 2016 presidential election and its aftermath, which divided a nation. THE COMEY RULE is not a biopic of one man, but is instead the story of two powerful figures, Comey and Trump, whose strikingly different personalities, ethics and loyalties put them on a collision course.The cast also includes Holly Hunter as Acting AG Sally Yates, Michael Kelly (Tom Clancys Jack Ryan) as former FBI Director Andrew McCabe, Jennifer Ehle (Zero Dark Thirty) as Patrice Comey, Scoot McNairy (Halt and Catch Fire) as former Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein, Jonathan Banks (Better Call Saul) as former National Intelligence Director James Clapper, among others.
Headlines, op-ed prompt staff protests at NY Times, Inquirer
FILE - This June 22, 2019 file photo shows the exterior of the New York Times building in New York. Some staff members at The New York Times and Philadelphia Inquirer called in sick to protest editorial decisions they found insensitive about protests over George Floyd's death. Several Times journalists responded on social media by saying the article puts black staff members in danger. Some 30 members, out of a staff of about 210, skipped work for the same reason, a spokesman said. Richard Prince, a former staff member at the Washington Post who writes Journal-isms, an online column about diversity issues, said the online uprising illustrates both newspapers need to do a better job listening to and acting on the concerns of black staff members.
CDC data shows jump in total deaths in Michigan this year amid COVID-19
DETROIT – Newly released data from the Center for Disease Control shows an increase in total deaths this year in states hard hit by COVID-19, including Michigan. Data shows in Michigan, the partial death count is 121 percent of the count in a normal year, the equivalent of nearly 2,000 more deaths. (Find the latest Michigan COVID-19 data here)The New York Times found in New Jersey, deaths have been 172 percent of the normal — more than 5,000 additional deaths, compared with an average count from the past five years. The CDC data is partial and state’s are reporting COVID-19 deaths much quicker than at the federal level. Michigan, like many other states, is reviewing death certificates and matching test results, which has resulted in a retroactive increase in COVID-19 deaths.
Andr Aciman to speak Nov. 9 at Rackham Auditorium in downtown Ann Arbor
Andre Aciman will speak at Rackham Auditorium on Nov. 9 in Ann Arbor. Nov. 9, New York Times best-selling author Andr Aciman will speak about his latest novel at Rackham Auditorium. Following the conversation, Aciman will answer audience questions, as well as sign copies of his novel. For more information or to buy tickets, visit the Eventbrite page. The event will start at 7 p.m.Rackham Auditorium at 915 E. Washington St.All About Ann Arbor is powered by ClickOnDetroit/WDIV.
How to watch Democratic presidential debate Tuesday
CNN(CNN) - The stakes are high for candidates participating in Tuesday's CNN/New York Times Democratic debate, as the presidential hopefuls look to remain competitive in the crowded primary field. It will be businessman Tom Steyer's first presidential debate, and Rep. Tulsi Gabbard of Hawaii will return to the stage after failing to qualify for the September debate. It will air exclusively on CNN, CNN International and CNN en Espaol, and will stream on CNN.com's homepage and NYTimes.com's homepage. The debate will also stream live on the following Facebook Pages: CNN, CNN International, CNN Politics, CNN Replay, AC360 and Erin Burnett OutFront. CNN anchors Erin Burnett and Anderson Cooper and New York Times national editor Marc Lacey will serve as the debate moderators.
Townsend and Ahn excel at US Open
Later, wildcard Ahn overcame a leg injury to down the error-strewn 2017 French Open champion Jelena Ostapenko, 6-3, 7-5. Townsend reached the top of the junior world in 2012 but is seeking her first title -- or semifinal -- at the highest level. Bianca Andreescu, currently a teen phenom herself, is Townsend's next challenger after the Canadian beat last year's Australian Open champion, Caroline Wozniacki, 6-4, 6-4. Ahn back to US Open after a decadeAhn, meanwhile, played the US Open as a 16-year-old qualifier in 2008, acquitting herself well in a first-round loss to then seventh-ranked Dinara Safina. But instead of turning pro, as she wanted to, the parents of Ahn -- who was born within walking distance of the US Open -- wanted her to go to college and get an education.
New Movie Asks Whether Astronauts Lose Touch With Reality After Going Into Space
Do astronauts lose touch with reality after going into space? "Lucy in the Sky" follows a female astronaut as she struggles to adjust back to life on Earth. Though Nowak's arrest caused a sensation, former astronaut Marsha Ivins attacked the new movie, saying, "The field of space psychology is well-developed. The movie is attracting attention amid what are perhaps the first allegations of a crime committed in space. 5,000 Rockets Launched to Celebrate 50th Anniversary of Apollo 11 Mission to SpaceThe First Christmas in Space: How Astronauts Aboard Apollo 8 Celebrated Among the Stars
2 of Michael Phelps' decade-old world records broken this week
Clive Rose/Getty Images(CNN) - Americans Regan Smith and Caeleb Dressel claimed two of the five individual swimming world records that were set this week at the world championships in Gwangju, South Korea. The first of Phelps' records was broken by Hungarian swimmer Kristof Milak, 19, in the 200-meter butterfly with a time of 1:50.73, beating Phelps' 1:51.51 from Rome in 2009. Dressel, 22, broke the second of Phelps' records with a time of 49.50 in the 100-meter butterfly, topping the 49.82 Phelps also swam in Rome in 2009. The trend continued when Smith, 17, broke Missy Franklin's world record in the 200-meter backstroke with a time of 2:03.35. Phelps' lone individual world record left standing is the 400 meters in the individual medley.
Carl Icahn declares war over huge oil takeover
Neilson Barnard/Getty Images for New York TimesNEW YORK - Carl Icahn believes Occidental Petroleum badly overpaid for oil driller Anadarko Petroleum. Now, he wants four Occidental directors to pay for that controversial deal with their jobs. Icahn has previously expressed fear that the Anadarko deal is extremely risky because of the turbulent nature of oil prices. Icahn has proposed replacing the following Occidental directors: Spencer Abraham, Eugene Batchelder, Margaret Foran and Avedick Poladian. He noted that all of Occidental's directors were re-elected at the company's annual meeting in May, albeit with lower support than usual.
Kamala Harris' campaign slams online attacks on her race
(CNN) - Sen. Kamala Harris pushed back Saturday against online attacks about her race, comparing the latest jabs to racism faced by former President Barack Obama, as fellow 2020 candidates rallied to her defense. During Thursday's Democratic presidential debate, Donald Trump Jr. retweeted to his millions of followers a Harris critic who took issue with her identity. Lily Adams, the campaign communications director for Harris, dismissed the attack, explaining that people, including President Trump, used similar rhetoric to question Obama's birthplace. "The presidential competitive field is stronger because Kamala Harris has been powerfully voicing her Black American experience. Democratic presidential hopeful Julin Castro weighed in on the discussion Sunday, calling the online racist attacks "disgusting" and saying "it has not place in our politics."