Former Broadway dancer and fitness instructor Amanda Kloots joins TODAY’s Hoda and Jenna to talk about her book, “Live Your Life,” in which she chronicles her husband Nick Cordero’s brave battle with COVID-19 and how she is grieving his death.
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We'd expect nothing less from these two.
- Yahoo Canada Style
"It's pretty gross."
All but one of the US women's soccer starters kneeled to protest racism ahead of the team's Olympic bronze-medal match
While the whole team stood during the national anthem, all players except USWNT legend Carli Lloyd knelt just before kickoff to protest racism.
- Entertainment Weekly
It looks like part 1 of the reunion special is going to be a doozy.
Plus, a look inside their Montecito home.
- Madame Noire
Latoya Johnson, 35, said Dr. Dre stopped helping her financially last year.
The Atlantic Ocean's current system, an engine of the Northern Hemsiphere's climate, could be weakening to such an extent that it could soon bring big changes to the world's weather, a scientific study said on Thursday. The Atlantic Meridional Overturning Circulation (AMOC) is a large system of ocean currents which transports warm water from the tropics northwards into the North Atlantic. Climate models have shown that the AMOC is at its weakest in more than a 1,000 years.
- Business Insider
Big Tech salaries revealed: How much engineers, developers, and product managers make at companies including Amazon, Google, Apple, Microsoft, Intel, Uber, IBM, and Salesforce
US tech giants are growing quickly, minting money, and looking to hire thousands of employees in the coming months. Here's what you can make.
- Badgers Wire
ESPN releases 2021 preseason college football power rankings
Looks like someone understood the assignment!
- Robb Report
And you won't need an FAA pilot's license to fly it either, since Opener's Blackfly is certified as an ultralight aircraft.
- LA Times
U.S. pitchers Joe Ryan and Scott Kazmir are big fans of the baseballs being used in the Tokyo Olympics. Would MLB consider making a switch?
Bill Gates Says He Regrets Cheating on His Ex-Wife With a Microsoft Employee Days After Finalizing Their Divorce
He confirmed he had an affair with a Microsoft employee.
- Business Insider
Federal judge sanctions lawyers who brought conspiracy theory-filled lawsuit trying to overturn the 2020 election, reap $160 billion in damages
The lawyers brought "fantastical" claims and tried to claim damages "greater than the annual GDP of Hungary," the judge said.
- Associated Press
For almost three decades, 81-year-old David Lidstone has lived in the woods of New Hampshire along the Merrimack River in a small cabin adorned with solar panels. Lidstone, or “River Dave” as he’s known by boaters and kayakers, was jailed July 15 on a civil contempt sanction. Lidstone is accused of squatting for 27 years in the cabin on private property in Canterbury.
- NBC Sports Boston
The Red Sox added some outfield depth Thursday by reportedly trading for Rangers minor leaguer Delino DeShields.
Megan Rapinoe scored a goal directly from a corner kick - a rare feat she's now pulled off twice at the Olympics
The rare feat - called an "Olimpico" in honor of a 1924 goal from Argentina's Cesáreo Onzari - typically comes once in a career, if at all.
- The AV Club
After months of speculation, guest hosts, excited dreams, and a general acknowledgment of the special place the series holds in the hearts of millions, Jeopardy! has apparently decided to solve its ongoing lack of a permanent host by just hiring the guy who already works there. Specifically, Variety reports that producers on the long-running game show are in “advanced negotiations” with fellow executive producer Mike Richards to take over as its permanent host. (For what it’s worth, Sony Picture
- NBC Sports Boston
Red Sox president Sam Kennedy took a shot at the Yankees on Thursday when asked about New York's flurry of activity at the MLB trade deadline.
- Washington Examiner
Moderna said Thursday that people will likely need a COVID-19 vaccine booster dose to protect against future mutations of the coronavirus, touting the “robust” antibody response generated by the additional shot.