On Wednesday, the 48-year-old shared an Instagram post of herself showing off her backside for the camera. Klum has been spending time on a yacht with her husband Tom Kaulitz and his brother Bill Kaulitz. Klum shared a topless photo of herself last week on Instagram as well as a pic of her rocking a two-piece while posing on a jet ski. HEIDI KLUM GOES TOPLESS WHILE YACHTING WITH HUSBAND TOM KAULITZ: ‘YOU PUT THE BIGGEST SMILE ON MY FACE’Klum, who was an Angel from 1999 until 2010, recently weighed in on Victoria's Secret's rebranding. CLICK HERE TO SIGN UP FOR THE ENTERTAINMENT NEWSLETTER"Things do need to change," the German-American model told The Sunday Project earlier in July.
August 04, 2021 21:11 UTC
Ron DeSantis barred school districts from imposing their own mask mandates last week, school districts in Alachua and Duval counties have moved to require masks anyway as Covid-19 surges in the state. Asa Hutchinson has asked the state legislature to reconvene and amend its law banning school mask mandates—which is also being challenged by a parent-led lawsuit—and Democratic lawmakers in Oklahoma are seeking to have their state’s ban on school mask mandates rescinded. Broward County, Florida, reversed its mask mandate in light of DeSantis’ school mask order, and schools in Houston will not require masks even as the city itself has defied Texas’ mask mandate ban. In Salt Lake City, school administrators said the district is hamstrung by Utah’s restrictions on school mask mandates and directed those opposed to the state ban to direct their concerns to the state legislature instead. Key BackgroundState bans on local mask mandates have come under greater scrutiny as the surging delta variant and new public health guidance has spurred a new wave of mask mandates nationwide, with cities in Texas and Florida violating state rules to impose their own mask orders in addition to schools.
August 04, 2021 21:08 UTC
A top communications manager at Facebook helped Gov. In December 2020, former Cuomo staffer Lindsey Boylan became the first of several women to accuse the governor of sexual harassment. Hours later, Cuomo communications director Rich Azzopardi decided to send Boylan’s confidential personnel files to several journalists in what investigators called an attempt to "discredit and disparage" her. CUOMO UNDER INVESTIGATION: MORE DISTRICT ATTORNEYS EXPLORE CASES AGAINST NY GOVERNORAccording to the attorney general’s report, Lever helped Cuomo’s staffers disseminate the files — even though she had already been working at Facebook for months. Lever and Facebook’s broader press team did not immediately reply to questions sent by email, including about whether Lever had Facebook’s permission to work with the governor.
August 04, 2021 21:00 UTC
(CNN) Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin is expected to seek authorization to make Covid-19 vaccines mandatory for all active duty troops as soon as this week, following President Joe Biden's directive that the military examine how and when it could make that happen. Austin's "inclination is towards making the COVID-19 vaccine mandatory" for active duty troops, a defense official told CNN. If the secretary makes that final recommendation, he could seek a presidential waiver to allow the vaccine to be administered to troops before full approval by the Food and Drug Administration. Biden announced on July 29 that he was asking the Defense Department to "look into how and when" it will add the Covid-19 vaccine to the list of mandatory military vaccinations. Austin has also been consulting with military medical authorities, the defense official said.
August 04, 2021 20:37 UTC
In a widely panned "analysis" piece, a CNN White House reporter defended and even praised President Joe Biden Wednesday for finding an admittedly legally dubious way to extend a federal eviction moratorium. The moratorium expired on July 31, so the White House engineered what Collinson called "a classic Washington fudge -- not unfamiliar in an era of Capitol Hill gridlock -- in which presidents, especially Democrats, have improvised with executive power to shield constituencies from consequences of a malfunctioning political system." Critics lit into CNN for Collinson's piece that seemingly excused Biden breaking the law because he agreed with the end result. "I don't think the tone here would be so restrained" if the piece had been about Trump, author Daniel Darling tweeted. Another "analysis" praised Biden's "moderate radicalism" ahead of his April address to Congress.
August 04, 2021 20:37 UTC
ToplineThe U.S. State Department is trying to track down an expensive bottle of whiskey the government of Japan gave to Secretary of State Mike Pompeo more than two years ago, the department revealed in a filing Wednesday. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and his wife Susan hold glasses of beer during a visit to a brewery ... [+] in the Czech Republic city of Pilsen on August 11, 2020. Pompeo’s lawyer William Burck told Forbes the former secretary of state doesn’t recall receiving the bottle and isn’t sure of its whereabouts. Pompeo has no recollection of receiving the bottle of whiskey and does not have any knowledge of what happened to it. Surprising FactThe gift’s $5,800 value isn’t unusual for rare and high-end Japanese whiskey, which can retail for thousands or even tens of thousands of dollars.
August 04, 2021 20:36 UTC
Ron DeSantis blasted President Biden on Wednesday telling him to do his job and secure the southern border and not say "blip" about the coronavirus until he does. And until you do that, I don’t wanna hear a blip about COVID from you, thank you." He’s imported more virus from around the world by having a wide open southern border." Coronavirus cases among migrants have been surging at the southern border, and in one sector the number of infected migrants recently skyrocketed almost 900% . Earlier this week, Psaki referenced rising coronavirus cases in Florida and said that DeSantis is putting politics over public health.
August 04, 2021 20:22 UTC
The rock legend joined Tucker Carlson in the newest episode of Fox Nation’s "Tucker Carlson Today" to talk about defending his natural-born rights as an American. "It's written down, I can keep bear arms in America, in every building, on every street corner, wherever I want. New episodes of "Tucker Carlson Today" are available every Monday, Wednesday and Friday exclusively on Fox Nation. CLICK HERE TO GET FOX NATIONFox Nation programs are viewable on-demand and from your mobile device app, but only for Fox Nation subscribers. Go to Fox Nation to start a free trial and watch the extensive library from your favorite Fox News personalities.
August 04, 2021 20:15 UTC
Mexico City (CNN) Mexico filed a lawsuit Wednesday against eleven gun manufacturers over fire arms that flow from the United States across the border and into criminal hands in Mexico, according to court documents obtained by CNN. "This flood is not a natural phenomenon or an inevitable consequence of the gun business or of U.S. gun laws. It is the foreseeable result of the Defendants' deliberate actions and business practices," the complaint reads. Mexico alleges that the defendants design, market, distribute and sell guns in ways that routinely arm drug cartels in Mexico, "Defendants use reckless and corrupt gun dealers and dangerous and illegal sales practices that the cartels rely on to get their guns." "Defendants design these guns to be easily modified to fire automatically and to be readily transferable on the criminal market in Mexico," the suit continued.
August 04, 2021 20:10 UTC
Los Angeles will consider a proposal to require proof of COVID-19 inoculation as a condition of entry at a host of indoor public spaces in what, if passed, would be the widest-ranging vaccination-verification effort in the city yet. Mike Feuer, a mayoral candidate, penned a letter that same day urging county officials to also require proof of vaccination to visit the gym, eat in a restaurant or attend an indoor performance. Advertisement“Hard-working Angelenos, their customers and the general public deserve to be safe in public spaces,” O’Farrell said in a statement. As of now, California has not implemented the sort of widespread vaccination-verification now planned in New York City, where officials announced Tuesday that they will require proof of inoculation status to enter gyms, indoor entertainment venues and restaurants. These figures cover both those who received their initial dose of the Pfizer-BioNTech or Moderna vaccine or the single-shot Johnson & Johnson vaccine.
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August 04, 2021 19:52 UTC
A federal Covid-19 vaccine mandate? There will be no federal mandate," Walensky tweeted in an attempt to clean up her Fox News interview. The CDC also said everyone should wear masks in school -- students, teachers, staff and visitors. Earlier guidance was that everyone 2 years of age and older who is not vaccinated should wear masks. You don't need to wear masks in your own home."
New York (CNN Business) Disney revealed pricing for its new, highly anticipated Star Wars hotel on Wednesday — and the cost to immerse yourself in a galaxy far, far away for a few days will not come cheap. Disney DIS TheWorld-based hotel Galactic Starcruiser is essentially a cruise ship set in space, with the pricing to match. The company says it's the "most immersive Star Wars story ever created," and to partake you may have to shell out $6,000 for two nights. The hotel, which opens in spring 2022, is billed by Disney as a "revolutionary new two-night experience where you and your group will embark on a first-of-its-kind Star Wars adventure that's your own." Despite being on dry land, the pricing is similar to the model of Disney's cruise ships at sea: a set price for a multi-day journey, with entertainment, food and beverages included.
Asa Hutchinson said Tuesday he regrets approving a statewide ban on face mask mandates earlier this year and has called the state Legislature into a special session in an effort to amend the law. "In hindsight, I wish that had not become law," Hutchinson said during a news conference. The ban of face mask mandates, SB 590 , was first introduced in late March and eventually passed both chambers of Arkansas' GOP-led General Assembly in April. It prohibits state and local officials and entities from ordering a face mask mandate, but makes an exception for private businesses, health care facilities, correctional facilities and facilities operated by the Department of Human Services' Division of Youth Services. The ban allows state and local officials and entities to recommend using a face mask but requires them to "provide notice that the recommendation is not mandatory."
New Yorkers who spoke to Fox News were split on whether they supported a vaccine mandate that Mayor Bill de Blasio announced Tuesday. I think it should be more voluntary and suggested rather than mandated," Jim, a New York resident, told Fox News. "I think it’s so unfair that everybody has to get it," she told Fox News. Roughly 55% of New York City's population is fully vaccinated compared to 49.7% of the U.S. population, according to The New York Times. I don't like being controlled," one resident told Fox News.
August 04, 2021 19:50 UTC
“I think all too often people think, ‘Oh, this government is run primarily by Black people and therefore the things that are done should help Black people,’ ” said McDuffie, who, like Bowser, is African American. “The reality is that the Black folks who started running this government around the 1960s inherited a system that is inherently racist.”
August 04, 2021 19:44 UTC