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Kylie Jenner Takes Video in the Shower, Fans Erupt Online!

Believe it or not, Kylie Jenner doesn't encounter much hate on Instagram. Don't get us wrong, she has more than her share of critics, but they're vastly outnumbered by her fans. As a result, you have to scroll pretty far into Kylie's comments to find anything other than heart-eye emojis and pleas for her to follow back. But this is social media in 2021, a place where no one is above getting roasted, and this week, the anonymous trash-talkers decided it's Kylie's trun to get mercilessly dragged. So what did the troll army choose to focus on?  Well, it wasn't Kylie's newly-thicker figure, which seems to be receiving universal praise from her pervier fans. Instead, it was Kylie's shower. Yes, her shower. As you may know, Kylie lives in  $36 millon mansion that she pur...

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Dustin Diamond in “A Lot of Pain” Amid Cancer Diagnosis: Report

Dustin Diamond is yet to publicly address her recent cancer diagnosis. According to a new report, however, the actor is really struggling at the moment. And, unfortunately, it doesn't sound like things will improve for him any time in the near future. Diamond, who will forever be best known for his role back in the day on Saved by the Bell as Samuel "Screech" Powers, was hospitalized just over a week ago. We then learned, via a post by a representative on the star's Facebook page, that Diamond had cancer. “Dustin will disclose more information once it is available and a plan moving forward is made," this message read back on January 14. According to TMZ, meanwhile, Diamond has already started chemotherapy -- and is facing Stage 4 of whatever type of cancer he has come d...

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Kamala Harris, Jill Biden select up-and-coming designers for Inauguration Day fashion

President-elect Joe Biden, flanked by his wife Dr. Jill Biden, arrives for his inauguration as the 46th US President on January 20, 2021, at the US Capitol in Washington, DC. | GettyHarris and Biden were seen Wednesday wearing ensembles from emerging American designers. Vice President-elect Kamala Harris and incoming first lady Jill Biden are taking a stylish step into their new roles on Inauguration Day. Harris and Biden were seen Wednesday wearing ensembles from emerging designers. Harris, who often sports her signature Converse Chuck Taylors and pearls, wore a purple ensemble from Christopher John Rogers and Sergio Hudson to mass Wednesday with the Bidens. Harris, who makes history Wednesday as the first woman and woman of color to become vice president, notably chose to wear up-and-co...

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Ontario Ranch passes Irvine Ranch as region’s top new-home project

Audie Murphy Ranch was No. 42 on John Burns Real Estate’s ranking of the top 50 best-selling master-planned communities. (Courtesy: Brookfield Residential)In another sign of the Inland Empire’s emergence as the region’s new-home hub, Ontario Ranch has replaced Irvine Ranch as Southern California’s homebuilding hot spot. Ontario Ranch in Ontario ranked as the region’s top-selling master-planned community — and No. 5 nationally — by John Burns Real Estate. Its 1,292 sales last year, according to Burns, was a 71% jump from 2019 sales of 755 that ranked Ontario Ranch No. 8 in the U.S. The 2020 surge also put the Ontario project above the Irvine Co.’s Irvine Ranch in industry rankings that have scored the Orange County community among the national leaders since the Great Recession ended. By Bur

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The Bachelorette’s Clare Crawley asked out by a former contestant right after her split from Dale Moss

Clare Crawley is already getting date offers from members of Bachelor Nation following her split from Dale Moss (Picture: ABC/Instagram)The Bachelorette’s Clare Crawley and Dale Moss are over for now, but the reality star is already getting asked out by Bachelor Nation’s Spencer Robertson. Despite believing she had found the one in Dale, the 39-year-old is once again a single lady after the pair’s split was confirmed on Tuesday. Dale, 32, announced the end of the pair’s engagement with a statement on Instagram which read: ‘I wanted [to] share with you all that Clare and I have decided to go our separate ways. ‘We appreciate the love and support we’ve received from so many people, but this is the healthiest decision for both of us at this time.’ He added: ‘We strongly believe ...

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The Latest: Biden staffers get to work at White House

WASHINGTON (AP) — The Latest on Joe Biden’s presidential inauguration (all times local): 2:35 p.m. President Joe Biden’s team has started moving into the White House. The building began humming again with activity a few hours after Biden’s inauguration Wednesday as staff for the new president started moving into their offices, unpacking belongings and getting the badges that grant them easy access to the property. New press secretary Jen Psaki tweeted that she was “in the building and ready to get to work.” Psaki has scheduled the new administration’s first White House press briefing for later Wednesday. Biden plans to sign a flurry of executive orders, some overturning actions by former President Donald Trump, once he gets to the Oval Office. The White House had been largely emptied out o

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Photos: Joe Biden sworn in as 46th president of the United States

CLICK HERE if you’re viewing on a mobile device. “Joe Biden became the 46th president of the United States on Wednesday, declaring that ‘democracy has prevailed’ as he took the helm of a deeply divided nation and inherited a confluence of crises arguably greater than any faced by his predecessors,” reports the Associated Press. “Biden’s inauguration came at a time of national tumult and uncertainty, a ceremony of resilience as the hallowed American democratic rite unfurled at a U.S. Capitol battered by an insurrectionist siege just two weeks ago. The chilly Washington morning was dotted with snow flurries, but the sun emerged just before Biden took the oath of office, the quadrennial ceremony persevering even though it was encircled by security forces evocative of a war zone and devoid of...

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Stephen Curry, Steve Kerr tweet about Kamala Harris and Trump

Stephen Curry and Steve Kerr took to Twitter to celebrate President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris’ Inauguration Wednesday morning. And, for Kerr, to commemorate President Donald Trump’s departure. Curry, who has two young daughters, Riley and Ryan, and a son, Canon, posted a picture of Harris being sworn in as the 49th vice president on TV. “Talk about a moment for my kids to see! How y’all doing this morning??? #MadamVicePresidentKamalaHarris #wediditJoe,” the tweet read. Talk about a moment for my kids to see! How y’all doing this morning???? #MadamVicePresidentKamalaHarris #wediditJoe pic.twitter.com/cwBrG3MWps — Stephen Curry (@StephenCurry30) January 20, 2021 Curry also tweeted his praises for Amanda Gorman, the young poet from Los Angeles who read aloud a stirring po...

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Inauguration Day: No violence, just quiet reflection as Bay Area welcomes Biden-Harris era

There was no violence, no pandemonium, no streets filled with revelry or vengeance. On the day that President Joe Biden pledged to “end this uncivil war” and Vice President Kamala Harris — the daughter of Berkeley — shattered gender and racial barriers, much the Bay Area quietly took in the moment and hoped that a true culture change will follow four years of Donald Trump. “I think today was the first day of coming out of the darkness,” said Amelia Ashley Ward, whose Black community newspaper gave Harris her first endorsement as San Francisco District Attorney in 2003. Like many Americans, Ward watched the inauguration Wednesday morning on television, alone. In the midst of the pandemic, where deaths continue to surge, celebrations for the Democratic administration came mostly in Zoom meet

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Ivanka breaks down in tears as she hears Trump’s final speech as president

To view this video please enable JavaScript, and consider upgrading to a web browser that supports HTML5 video Donald Trump’s daughter Ivanka was pictured crying today as she listened to her father’s final speech as President after he left the White House for good. The outgoing president had intended to hold an upbeat goodbye rally for his supporters at the Joint Base Andrews, a US air force base in Maryland, before he flew to Florida with wife Melania. Instead, he was seen off by just his family and a small group of well-wishers. Among them, Ivanka, 39, could be seen becoming emotional as her father bid farewell to his four years in office. She watched his speech alongside siblings Donald Junior, Eric and Tiffany. Wearing a cream-colored Altuzar

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Pac-12 football early look: Our projections for the 2021 division races

Seven months from the start of the 2021 season, we’re calling our shot: The South will be the superior, and perhaps even the dominant division next season. Whether or not it produces the eventual Pac-12 champion — and history suggests it will not — the South will produce more good teams, win more head-to-head matchups and collect more bowl bids than the North. Our initial canvassing of 2021 depth charts suggests five teams capable of contending for the South title but only two capable of winning the North. And neither of those favorites looks particularly dominant. Put another way, we expect the conference to be well stocked with top-25 teams but devoid of top-four teams. Let’s plunge into the Hotline’s (early) projections for the conference race. *** North 1. Washington: The Huskies are o

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Amanda Gorman’s Inauguration Speech Deservedly Stole the Show — Watch

With apologies to Reverend Silvester Beaman, there was simply no following Amanda Gorman. The doctor from Delaware’s benediction was rousing and passionate, evoking plenty of other moving moments during Wednesday’s (thankfully) peaceful inauguration ceremony. But Gorman’s beautifully crafted words were a showstopper. That they didn’t, in fact, end the ceremony is a fact likely to be lost to time. Gorman’s poem, “The Hill We Climb,” grabbed hold of viewers from the jump (“Mr. President, Doctor Biden…”) and has yet to let go. That’s very much by design. Inaugural poets are not a requisite of the ceremony. Including Gorman, only six such wordsmiths have read during U.S. Presidential Inaugurations, and only four presidents have heard them. (President Obama and President Clinton had different p

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Real estate: Big north San Jose office complex eyes biotech amid COVID

SAN JOSE — The owners of a big office complex in north San Jose are now actively marketing the project to life sciences companies amid a surge in demand for space by biotech firms and companies in related fields. Assembly at North First, located at a choice San Jose site, is being offered as a Silicon Valley campus for life sciences companies, a move that adds to its original mission as a modern tech campus. The 27-acre office and research complex is a wide-ranging renovation and redevelopment that so far has created about 300,500 square feet of modern office spaces in three buildings. Brokers Michael Rosendin, Craig Fordyce, and Shane Minnis of Colliers International, a commercial real estate firm, are seeking tenants for Assembly at North First. “From a market standpoint, we are promoti...

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Rachel Riley wins libel battle against political blogger and Jeremy Corbyn supporter

The judge ruled in Rachel Riley’s favour (Picture: Rex)Rachel Riley has won a libel battle against Mike Sivier, a political blogger and Jeremy Corbyn supporter, over an article which alleged she engaged in a ‘campaign of online abuse and harassment; against a teenager on Twitter. The Countdown star, 35, sued Sivier over the article on his website Vox Political in January 2019, which had the headline: ‘Serial abuser Rachel Riley to receive “extra protection” – on grounds that she is receiving abuse.’ Sivier had argued the article was ‘substantially true’ after it was found to mean that Riley had ‘engaged upon, supported and encouraged a campaign of online abuse and harassment of a 16-year-old girl’ in Twitter exchanges that took place in December 2018 and January 2019. The court ru

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Tip-off for Saturday’s game between Warriors and Jazz moved to 6 p.m.

The start of the Warriors’ game against the Jazz in Utah Saturday has been moved to 6 p.m. PT, the team announced Wednesday. Tip-off had originally been set for 2 p.m. Pushing back the start of the game will allow time for the Warriors and Jazz to process additional COVID-19 testing prior to tip-off, thereby reducing risk of an infected player taking the court and spreading the coronavirus. This serves as a precautionary step as 15 games across the NBA have already been postponed. So far, the Warriors (Jan. 15 in Phoenix) and Jazz (Jan. 13 in Washington) have each had only one game postponed this season. The broadcast will still be televised on NBC Sports Bay Area and on radio at 95.7 “The Game.” ...read more Source:: The Mercury News – Latest News...

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The Latest: Harris gives sendoff to Pence on Capitol steps

WASHINGTON (AP) — The Latest on Joe Biden’s presidential inauguration (all times local): 1:40 p.m. Vice President Kamala Harris has now taken on a role that would have typically been performed by the outgoing president. Harris and her husband, second gentleman Doug Emhoff, stood on the U.S. Capitol steps Wednesday to bid farewell to her predecessor, former Vice President Mike Pence, and his wife, Karen. The two couples stood and chatted for a few moments, even laughing, on the steps before the Pences got into a vehicle and were driven away. President Donald Trump typically would have performed the sendoff for his second-in-command but opted to skip Wednesday’s inaugural festivities. Trump and his wife, Melania, went straight from the White House to Joint Base Andrews earlier Wednesday. He

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