Mischa Barton was spotted clutching a McDonald’s bag and whining, “”Do I have to?” to her trainer outside Equinox in Soho. It’s unclear whether the Beautiful Life star was referring to working out or to her trainer’s plan to psychologically torment her by forcing her to eat hamburgers in front of her fellow gymgoers. Tyra Banks offered defaming blogger Perez Hilton an America’s Next Top Model appearance in exchange for his vow to not badmouth celebs under 18 for six months. Perez agreed, then dissed Demi Moore’s 15-year-old daughter, Tallulah. Two bodyguards watched over a recently rehabbed Kirsten Dunst as she partied sober at the Jane Hotel. Eric Dane placed his hand on wife Rebecca Gayheart’s stomach at DJ AM’s funeral, and now everyone thinks she’s pregnant. (But the couple might just want press that doesn’t involve them in a threesome sex tape.) And though he denies having any sort of “anger … [Read more...] about Mischa Barton Does Not Want to Work Out, or Eat Hamburgers, at Equinox
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But what does this mean for the election? It's hard to believe anyone in America is still undecided about whether Trump's character quirks will sway their vote. Certainly, his fans will pass off the story as more "fake news." But Trump is trailing Joe Biden and with tens of millions of veterans and military families across the country, insulting the armed forces could hurt his chances in swing states, where a few thousand votes could decide the fate of the presidency. … [Read more...] about Does it matter to voters if Trump insults the military?
"We assess that Russia is using a range of measures to primarily denigrate former Vice President Biden and what it sees as an anti-Russia 'establishment.' This is consistent with Moscow's public criticism of him when he was Vice President for his role in the Obama Administration's policies on Ukraine and its support for the anti-Putin opposition inside Russia," Evanina added. … [Read more...] about Intelligence community’s top election official: China and Iran don’t want Trump to win reelection, Russia working to ‘denigrate’ Biden
"In all of this, we're shifting away from the 'employer-choice' model to 'employee-choice.' Think about it -- as employees we've always been told what time to come in, where to work, even what to wear! Moving forward, we have to respect the employee's choice, let them take the responsibility for how they work and give them the tools to be successful."-Nikesh Arora, chairman and CEO, cybersecurity company Palo Alto Networks … [Read more...] about Working parents face backlash
The researchers from the University of Southern Denmark, Aarhus University Hospital, and the Danish Medicines Agency collected data on more than 9,000 Danish residents positive with the novel coronavirus during the period between Feb. 27 through April 29. They looked at registry data regarding the use of NSAIDs, hospitalizations, admissions to ICU, mechanical ventilation, 30-day mortality, and acute renal replacement therapy, according to the study. Of the 9,326 people studied, 248 individuals had a prescription for NSAIDs filled within 30 days of their positive COVID-19 test, according to the study. … [Read more...] about NSAID use during coronavirus infection does not worsen symptoms, study says