Julio Iglesias facing seven-figure lawsuit over paternity case: report

In this Sept. 29, 2016 file photo, Spanish singer Julio Iglesias attends his star unveiling ceremony at the Walk of Fame, in San Juan, Puerto Rico. A judge concluded on Wednesday, July 10, 2019 that there are enough indications to conclude that a 43-year-old Spaniard is the biological son of Iglesias, who for years has refused to undergo genetic testing to confirm paternity. (AP) SINGER JULIO IGLESIAS EARNS HONORARY DEGREE FROM BERKLEE COLLEGE OF MUSIC “Can you imagine how he has suffered without the support of a father? Can you imagine the children asking him in the playground, ‘Where’s your dad? Why’s he never around?’” Maria, who gave up on her ballet career when she fell pregnant, said: “Julio has …

Kamala Harris Rips Russian Bots For Kaepernick Furor, Says They’re Coming For Her

Kamala Harris (D-Calif.) said she blames Russian bots for helping stir up the frenzy that Colin Kaepernick Now, she said, the bots are coming after her. “We already know we are” being targeted, the presidential candidate said Friday on the New York radio show “ Trump repeatedly blasted Kaepernick for taking a knee as the 2016 NFL season was gearing up to protest racial injustice and police brutality. Trump claimed the then-San Francisco 49ers quarterback, who is black, was disrespecting the flag and the military. But the flames over the issue were fanned by Russian bots, Harris said. “The Russian bots started taking that on,” she said. Noting that the Russians know that race is a particularly incendiary issue among the …

Painted stones record smashed in girl’s memory

Image caption Isla’s mother spent months planning the fun day Isla’s mother Katherine Tansey, from Hinckley, said she had been aiming to collect at least 4,000 stones to eclipse a recent record attempt in Surrey that had yet to be verified. Image caption People were encouraged to get creative with their decorated stones Isla’s father, Simon Tansey, said: “Isla would have been amazed. She’d have found it crazy and been clapping her hands. “It keeps her legacy alive and it’s all about raising awareness of childhood cancer, which is very close to our hearts.” Related Topics Hinckley Original Article : HERE ; Curated & posted using : RealSpecific

A Dutch runner breaks the 23-year-old record for the women’s mile

(CNN)The women’s world record in the mile run, which has stood for 23 years, finally fell on Friday. “I knew I could run fast but the first 800 was a bit slow, so after that I wasn’t thinking it would be a world record,” Hassan said in a statement from the International Association of Athletics Federations. “When I crossed the line I was so surprised. “After you run a last 400 like that, and set a world record, it gives me so much confidence over 5000m.” The 26-year-old Dutch runner’s previous best time was 4:14.71, set last year at the London Diamond League meet. Her new record shaved more than two seconds off that time. The athletic association has Hassan …

Woman Dies After Accidentally Impaling Herself With Metal Straw

The New York Times reported. The 10-inch stainless-steel straw penetrated her left eye and pierced her brain, according to the coroner’s report released on Monday, which called the death an accident. Brendan Allen, an assistant coroner, told “It seems to me these metal straws should not be used with any form of lid that holds them in place,” he said. “It seems the main problem here is if the lid hadn’t been in place, the straw would have moved away.” Plastic straw bans have increased in popularity, especially since a 2015 video of eliminate its green plastic straws from all its stores in 2020. And despite the coffee chain recalling stainless steel straws it sold in its stores after it …

England v Australia: 142 years of cricketing beef

Because although today’s match will be a one-day game, the intense rivalry has its roots in the history of Test cricket between the two sides. And it all started with a tiny pottery perfume jar. Ashes to Ashes Cricket has its roots in 16th Century England, but the first international matches were played in the late 1800s. An England team played in Australia in 1877, in what are regarded as some of the first ever international Test matches, and a return series was held five years later. It was after those games in 1882 that a sporting newspaper made a joke that became part of history. The Sporting Times ran a fake “obituary for English cricket” that concluded “the body …

Flooding after month’s rain falls in a few hours

Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionFlooding in Dingwall after month’s rain falls in a few hours Parts of Dingwall in the Highlands were flooded after more than a month’s worth of rain fell in just a few hours on Wednesday evening. The town, along with other parts of northern and eastern Scotland, were affected by thundery downpours. Further heavy rain has been forecast for Thursday afternoon and evening and a Met Office yellow “be aware” warning is in place. The Scottish Environment Protection Agency has issued 11 flood alerts. They are mostly for northern and eastern areas of Scotland, including Caithness and Sutherland, Easter Ross, Moray, Aberdeenshire, Tayside and Edinburgh and Lothians. Image copyright Shona Henderson/BBC Naidheachdan …

Trump defends Pelosi, says she’s ‘not a racist’

Washington (CNN)President Donald Trump, in a surprising turn, defended Democrat Nancy Pelosi amid her dispute with Rep. Alexandria Ocascio-Cortez and other freshman Democrats, saying the House speaker “is not a racist.” Trump said Ocasio-Cortez “should not be doing what she’s doing” adding she’s being “very disrespectful to somebody that’s been there a long time.” “I don’t think that Nancy can let that go on. A group of people that came … I don’t know where they came from,” Trump said. Pelosi responded to Ocasio-Cortez’s comments Thursday saying: “I’ve said what I’m going to say in the caucus.” The day before, Pelosi delivered an impassioned pitch for unity during a closed-door caucus meeting, encouraging her colleagues to turn their ire on …

NASAs Hubble telescope detects supermassive black hole that defies theoretical models

The Hubble telescope has detected a supermassive black hole that technically shouldn’t exist, according to new findings.  (nasa.gov) Spotted around the black hole was a thin “accretion disk” containing debris and gas rapidly pacing around the edge, according to findings published Thursday in the journal Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society. The black hole was unusual in that its gravitational pull was not capturing the disk of material, which was moving at 10% the speed of light, according to the journal. 3RD MYSTERIOUS DEEP-SPACE FLASH TRACED TO HOST GALAXY Lead author Stefano Bianchi said it’s “the same type of disk we see in objects that are 1,000 or even 100,000 times more luminous.” “The predictions of current models for gas dynamics in …

Finland’s Heavy Metal Knitting Championship Is The Real Purl Jam

With stage names such as Woolfumes, Bunny Bandit and 9″ Needles, the participants shared a simple goal: to showcase their knitting skills while dancing to heavy metal music in the most outlandish way possible. The competition took place in a packed square in the small town of Joensuu close to the Russian border. An eclectic group of around 200 people watched the performances, from families with young children and elderly to the less conspicuous heavy metal fans donning leather-jackets and swirling their long hair to the fast-paced rhythm of the music. Today, Finland has the highest number of heavy metal bands per capita in the world with over 50 bands per 100,000 people. Even former U.S. President Barack Obama commented …

All Mississippi Beaches Close Due To Toxic Algae Bloom

beaches along Gulf Coast have been ordered closed for swimming and fishing amid a sweeping bloom of harmful blue-green The order imposed Sunday by the state Department of Environmental Quality affects a The blue-green algae, actually a Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. CrackerClips via Getty Images All public beaches along Mississippi’s coast have been ordered closed to bathers due to a bloom of harmful blue-green algae. National Ocean Service. the Clarion-Ledger reported. Once the spillway closes, likely in mid-July, experts predict the algae bloom will dissipate. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, which oversees the spillway, In addition to fueling cyanobacteria, the surge of freshwater has been blamed for the deaths of at least 48 dolphins between May 22 and …

Major would go to court to stop Parliament closure

Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionThe former prime minister says it would be “unacceptable” to force through a-no deal Former prime minister Sir John Major has told the BBC he would seek a judicial review in the courts if the new prime minister tried to suspend Parliament to deliver a no-deal Brexit. Sir John said such a move would be “utterly and totally unacceptable”. Using a judicial review, anyone can apply to challenge the lawfulness of decisions made by the government. Boris Johnson – the frontrunner in the Tory leadership race – has refused to rule out proroguing Parliament. Bid to make no deal more difficult scrapes through Do MPs have the power to stop no deal? …

‘Bachelorette Hometowns: Hannah Meets Her Potential In-Laws

Family is everything to the hosts of “Here To Make Friends.” Claire Fallon and Emma Gray tour the sites of hometown week, from the biggest panel of character witnesses to Peter’s actual true love (we don’t mean Hannah, or his family, either).  This week, Hannah meets four sets of potential in-laws who range in supportiveness from a scale of Wyatt to Weber. While Mr. and Mrs. Peter pick out china patterns, the Jeds just want her gone. In Georgia, Luke calls on his prayer group to do some serious damage control. And boy, do they lay it on thick — even thicker than Tyler, whose sunscreen application seems more focused on the rubdown than UV protection. At the rose ceremony, Hannah …