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The new portrait of Kate Middleton was taken in June at her home in Windsor. She added that she has been experiencing "good days and bad days." She wrote that,"On those bad days you feel weak, tired and you have to give in to your body resting. But on the good days, when you feel stronger, you want to make the most of feeling well." Kate added that her treatment is ongoing but that she is starting to do "a little work from home" and that she hopes to attend more public engagements over the summer.
Persons: Kate, Kate Middleton, Matt Porteous, William Locations: Windsor
But now “you can have it all happen instantly across the whole country.”Success strikes twiceThis isn’t even the first time little Trader Joe’s bags have gone viral. Because Trader Joe’s doesn’t boast much of an official online presence, “I’ve kind of taken on that role” with those pages, she said. A Trader Joe's mini tote bag is shown in Palmyra, N.J., on Wednesday, March 13, 2024. “It’s always a surprise.”The chain’s unusually loyal fanbase is eager for more Trader Joe’s branded merchandise, TikToker Heskett said, but Trader Joe’s doesn’t offer much of that. “You can’t buy a Trader Joe’s hat, you can’t buy a Trader Joe’s sweatshirt,” she said.
Persons: Thaddeus Yan, Joe’s, Yan, Stanley, , Colin Campbell, Joe doesn’t, Talia Heskett, Joe’s Talia ”, Heskett, She’s, Christy Vetere, , Tara Miller, “ I’m, Christina Paciolla, Matt Sloan, Miller, Joe’s hasn’t, Jonah Berger, ” Berger, Lindsey Nicholson, G Yan, “ It’s, TikToker Heskett Organizations: New, New York CNN, eBay, University of San, Facebook, , tote, CNN, University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School, Nike, Variety, Trader Joes, Getty, G Locations: New York, London, University of San Diego’s, Vetere, Palmyra, N.J, Queens , New York
On a episode of "Abbott Elementary," outspoken teacher Melissa Schemmenti's doting boyfriend Gary heavily hints at planning a wedding proposal, which she insists she doesn't want. Thinking he's found such a miracle, Gary gets Philadelphia Eagles player Jalen Hurts to help him make the proposal. My boyfriend and I jointly own a home, are listed in each other's wills, take vacations together, and are waiting to adopt a child. Marrige is seen as the goalEven in 2024, marriage is still seen as the ultimate achievement in the game of love. What if we saw marriage as one of many ways of honoring love rather than the only socially sanctioned one?
Persons: Melissa Schemmenti's, Gary, he's, Jalen, Taylor Swift, Travis Kelce, Drew, we'd, Melissa, Doug, fixating, we're, we'll, we've, Rachel Kramer Bussel Organizations: Service, Philadelphia Eagles, Twitter
Kate Middleton will attend the 2024 Trooping the Colour parade in London on Saturday. The celebration in honor of King Charles' official birthday is Kate's first royal event in 2024. AdvertisementKate Middleton is set to attend her first royal event in 2024 this weekend, she announced on Instagram. The Princess of Wales will join other senior members of the British royal family, including King Charles III and Queen Camilla, at Trooping the Colour on Saturday. The annual event marks the sovereign's official birthday.
Persons: Kate Middleton, King Charles, she's, , King Charles III, Queen Camilla, Kate Organizations: Service, Business Locations: London, Wales
Read previewIn a blow to celebrity trainer Tracy Anderson, a federal judge ruled this week that the fitness pioneer's famous exercise "method" is "uncopyrightable." The high-profile fitness guru said in the lawsuit that Roup copied her signature workout, the "Tracy Anderson Method" or "TA Method" — a dance-based workout routine. The order added, "And because the TA Method is uncopyrightable, the Court need not reach the issues of whether the TA Method could be considered choreography and if TAMB [Tracy Anderson Mind and Body] actually owns the copyrights." "We are pleased with the Court's ruling unequivocally rejecting Tracy Anderson's copyright claim, finding that the TA Method is not copyrightable, full stop," Bach said. AdvertisementAnother former trainer said that while she was still working at Tracy Anderson, she was reprimanded by management for merely liking former instructors' Instagram posts.
Persons: , Tracy Anderson, Philip Gutierrez, Anderson, Megan Roup, Roup, Gutierrez, Anderson's, Gina Durham, Durham, Nathaniel Bach, Tracy, Bach, Megan, Samuel Eric Anderson Roup, Gwyneth Paltrow, Jennifer Lopez, Victoria Beckham Organizations: Service, Central District of, Business, Roup, Pop Locations: Central District, Central District of California
CNN —British distance runner Jessica Warner-Judd says that she has provisionally been diagnosed with a form of epilepsy after collapsing mid-race at the European Athletics Championships. Warner-Judd was competing in the final of the women’s 10,000 meters in Rome when she had a seizure with about 600 meters left until the finish. “From getting the bus to the warm up track, I can’t explain it – something felt off,” Warner-Judd wrote in the post. “It has been an incredibly tough couple of months and has culminated in me being provisionally diagnosed with focal epilepsy,” she added. The 29-year-old, who placed eighth at last year’s world championships, thanked British Athletics and her friends and family for their support over the past few months.
Persons: Jessica Warner, Judd, ” Warner, “ I’m Organizations: CNN, European Athletics, Warner, Twitter, British Athletics Locations: British, Rome
CNN —Dozens of passengers who boarded a Qatar Airways plane in Athens, Greece on Monday expected to be on their way to their destination – Doha, Qatar – relatively quickly. Instead, they found themselves trapped inside a grounded plane for more than three hours, according to passenger Garth Collins, who posted about his experience on Instagram. In a video posted by Collins, passengers can be seen standing up from their seats and in the aisles of the plane, fanning themselves and fellow passengers with paper. Zeiher told 7News that she received “zero information” from Qatar Airways, so she decided to rebook her onward flight to Australia through Emirates. According to flight tracking website Flightradar24, flight QR204 was supposed to leave Athens International Airport at 1:55 p.m. local time.
Persons: Garth Collins, Collins, Michael Mosley, Jennie Zeiher, Joe, Zeiher, , ” Zeiher, , 7News, QR204 Organizations: CNN, Qatar Airways, , Athens International Airport, 7News, Doha’s Hamad International Airport, Athens International Locations: Athens, Greece, – Doha, Qatar, British, Symi, ATH, Doha, Melbourne, Australia, Emirates, DOH
Read previewWarning: Spoilers ahead for the first six episodes of "Perfect Match" season two. Harry Jowsey and Jessica Vestal were matched together for a date by Kaz Bishop and Micah Lussier in "Perfect Match" season 2. However, these photographs may have been taken while the cast was filming "Perfect Match" season two since the series was filmed in Tulum. Vestal calls Jowsey a red flag in TikTok videosDom Gabriel, Stevan Ditter, Jessica Vestal, Harry Jowsey in "Perfect Match" season two. Fans will find out the truth when the "Perfect Match" season finale premieres on Netflix on June 21.
Persons: , Harry Jowsey, Jessica Vestal, Kaz Bishop, Micah Lussier, Vestal, Jowsey, Melinda Berry, Holly Scarfone, Berry, PageSix, y'all, I'm, Rylee Arnold, Christopher Willard, Arnold, Dom Gabriel, Stevan Ditter, costars, Jess Organizations: Service, Netflix, Business, TMZ, ABC Locations: Mexico, Tulum, Vestal
"#TheBoys Season 4 Premiere Week is the perfect time to announce: Season 5 will be the Final Season! Season 4 is designed to be a darker, more introspective season ahead of the all-out action of season 5Jeffrey Dean Morgan as Joe Kessler and Karl Urban as Billy Butcher in season four of "The Boys." Season 5 of 'The Boys' will definitively wrap up the show's storyKarl Urban as Butcher and Antony Starr as Homelander in the season three finale of "The Boys." But the upcoming fifth season of "The Boys" will be the end of the road for the show. Jasper Savage/Prime Video"It's not totally locked in yet, but we are going to start shooting around mid-November," Kripke told Variety.
Persons: , Eric Kripke, Kripke, Jeffrey Dean Morgan, Joe Kessler, Karl Urban, Billy Butcher, Jasper Savage, Nathan Mitchell, Black Noir, Chace Crawford, Butcher, Antony Starr, Homelander, Jack Quaid, Hughie Campbell, Erin Moriarty, Annie, Variety Organizations: Service, Business, Hollywood, Amazon Studios Locations: Mexico
AdvertisementPaying subscribers can message MacNaughton directly through Substack's chat feature and share artwork and feedback with her community. DrawTogether's total number of paying subscribers has more than doubled since introducing chat, McNaughton said. Before Substack, MacNaughton already had an online following, which she said contributed to the success of her Substack. Using the chat feature, Zukhovich interacts directly with her paying subscribers, who share what they cooked that week or ask for recipe ideas using certain ingredients. Before Substack's chat feature, MacNaughton encouraged her audience to share their work with her on Instagram.
Persons: , Wendy MacNaughton, DrawTogether, she's, McNaughton, MacNaughton, Jasmine Sun, Katie Zukhovich, Zukhovich, Substack, I'm Organizations: Service, Business, Substack Locations: MacNaughton
A facial recognition start-up, accused of invasion of privacy in a class-action lawsuit, has agreed to a settlement, with a twist: Rather than cash payments, it would give a 23 percent stake in the company to Americans whose faces are in its database. Clearview AI, which is based in New York, scraped billions of photos from the web and social media sites like Facebook, LinkedIn and Instagram to build a facial recognition app used by thousands of police departments, the Department of Homeland Security and the F.B.I. The litigation has proved costly for Clearview AI, which would most likely go bankrupt before the case made it to trial, according to court documents. The company and those who sued it were “trapped together on a sinking ship,” lawyers for the plaintiffs wrote in a court filing proposing the settlement. “These realities led the sides to seek a creative solution by obtaining for the class a percentage of the value Clearview could achieve in the future,” added the lawyers, from Loevy + Loevy in Chicago.
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Skipp Townsend was a member of the Rollin' 20s Avenue faction of the Bloods gang in Los Angeles for 27 years. This story is available exclusively to Business Insider subscribers. Townsend speaks with Business Insider about his experience as a gang member, the culture of the Bloods, and the rivalry with the Crips. He also covers the role of celebrities and groups affiliated with the Bloods, such as Suge Knight and Death Row Records, in gang prevention within California. After his release from jail, he began a career as a tow-truck driver and later founded the gang prevention and intervention organization 2nd Call to support local communities in LA, focusing particularly on the youth.
Persons: Skipp Townsend, Rollin, Townsend, Knight Organizations: Bloods, Business, Records Locations: Los Angeles, California, LA
The Minneapolis Institute of Art announced Thursday that it had decided not to move forward with a planned Kehinde Wiley exhibition, citing recent allegations of sexual misconduct against the artist, which he has denied. The exhibition, called “An Archaeology of Silence,” originated at the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco and has been traveling around the country. The Minneapolis museum put plans to stage the exhibition on hold after several men made accusations against Mr. Wiley, all of which he has denied. The first was in May, when an artist accused him of sexual assault in a post on Instagram. Mr. Wiley denied the allegations at the time, saying that “these claims are not true and are an affront to all victims of sexual abuse.”The Minneapolis Institute of Art said in an email that it “was considering taking the Kehinde Wiley exhibition, but as a result of these unfortunate allegations we will not be proceeding with this presentation.”
Persons: , Wiley, Organizations: Minneapolis Institute of Art, Wiley, Fine Arts Locations: San Francisco, Minneapolis
CNN —An Australian teenager of Samoan heritage has been announced as the star of the upcoming live-action version of the hit Disney movie “Moana.”Seventeen-year-old Catherine Laga‘aia has been cast as the eponymous heroine of the movie, which begins filming this summer. She is no stranger to showbiz, however, as her father is Jay Laga‘aia, a New Zealand-born actor who starred in two of the “Star Wars” movies. He is also one of the movie’s producers, alongside, among others, “Hamilton” creator Lin-Manuel Miranda, who wrote much of the original movie’s soundtrack. Auli’i Cravalho starred as Moana in the original film, along with Rachel House, Nicole Scherzinger and Temuera Morrison. Disney has successfully reimagined several of its animated classics as live-action movies, beginning with “Beauty and the Beast” in 2017, followed by “Aladdin” and “The Lion King” in 2019 and “The Little Mermaid” last year.
Persons: Catherine Laga‘aia, , Alice Hart, Sigourney Weaver, Jay Laga‘aia, Dwayne Johnson, “ Hamilton, Lin, Manuel Miranda, Laga‘aia, , Moana, Tuai, I’m, Katie, Lin Manuel Miranda, John Tui, Frankie Adams, Rena Owen, Gramma Tala, Thomas Kail, “ Hamilton ”, Johnson, Auli’i Cravalho, Rachel House, Nicole Scherzinger, Temuera Morrison, “ Aladdin ”, King ” Organizations: CNN, Pacific Islanders, Disney, Samoa, Broadway, Nielsen Locations: Motunui, New Zealand, Maui, Sydney, Fa‘aala, Savai‘i, ‘ Upolu, Samoa, Australia, Moana, Zealand
CNN —On the western slopes of the Andes in Ecuador, John L. Clark, a research botanist at Florida’s Marie Selby Botanical Gardens, happened upon what he calls a miracle. That he could see it at all, nestled there on a moss-covered rock in a remnant patch of untouched land, was impressive. Back in the lab, Clark and his team confirmed that the little plant was a species new to science, and he and his team named it Amalophyllon miraculum. That’s why we decided to call it miraculum,” research botanist John L. Clark said. To an untrained eye, it’s nearly impossible to see the plant about which he’s so excited.)
Persons: John L, Clark, , they’re, Clark “, Laurence Skog, Martin Schaefer, ” Schaefer, E.O, Wilson, , , ” Clark, Schaefer, Amanda Schupak Organizations: CNN, Marie, Marie Selby Botanical, Smithsonian Institution’s National, of, Jocotoco Conservation Foundation Locations: Ecuador, Marie Selby, Centinela, Washington , DC, Western Ecuador, New York City
OpenAI adds former NSA chief to its board
  + stars: | 2024-06-13 | by ( Hayden Field | ) www.cnbc.com   time to read: +2 min
OpenAI on Thursday announced its newest board member: Paul M. Nakasone, a retired U.S. Army general and former director of the National Security Agency. Nakasone was the longest-serving leader of the U.S. Cyber Command and chief of the Central Security Service. The company said Sarah Friar, previously CEO of Nextdoor and finance chief at Square, is joining as chief financial officer. OpenAI also hired Kevin Weil, an ex-president at Planet Labs, as its new chief product officer. Weil was previously a senior vice president at Twitter and a vice president at Facebook and Instagram.
Persons: Paul Nakasone, OpenAI, Paul M, Nakasone, OpenAI's, Adam D'Angelo, Larry Summers, Bret Taylor, Sam Altman, Sue Desmond, Hellmann, Melinda Gates, Nicole Seligman, Fidji Simo, Siri, Sarah Friar, Friar, Kevin Weil, Weil Organizations: National Security Agency, Intelligence, Capitol, U.S . Army, U.S . Cyber Command, Central Security Service, Security, Sony, Monday, Apple, Planet Labs, Twitter, Facebook Locations: Washington, U.S
Kendall Toole, a well-known Peloton instructor, announced on Thursday that she was leaving the home workout company. “I am choosing to close my chapter at Peloton,” she said in an Instagram reel on Thursday morning. In the video, she also offered thanks to Peloton and the community of members who took her classes. She often spoke about the importance of mental health and her own struggles with mental illness in her classes and online posts. Her fans lamented her departure online on Thursday, with some posting on the Peloton subreddit that there would be a gap in the offerings of their favorite music genres.
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Read previewSome artists are angry that Meta is using their photos on Instagram and Facebook to train its artificial intelligence models. Some artists are moving to Cara, a social media platform designed for artists. Losing hard-earned followingsProfessional artists said they have issues with Instagram beyond AI, including that they feel forced to buy ads to be seen. Far from perfectArtists, including Kent in San Francisco, said they're using platforms like Cara to hedge against the whims of any one platform. Switching platforms comes with its own headaches — the spike in new Cara users led to a series of app crashes last week.
Persons: , they're, Christina Kent, Cara, Jingna Zhang, Chris Cox, Meridian Culpepper, — it's, Kent, Culpepper, I'm, Noah Smith, haven't Organizations: Service, Facebook, Business, Meridian, Meta, Singapore, Washington Post Locations: San Francisco, Cara, Luxembourg, Instagram, Los Angeles, Singapore, Kent
CNN —Over the weekend, Drake posted an outfit to Instagram that has since generated a lot of chatter online. New York Magazine’s The Cut dutifully collected reactions from a range of fashion stylists, and even industry experts were divided. Fans flooded the comments, calling him a “soccer dad” or “soccer papi.”Comments rushed to call Drake "soccer papi." In April and May, a series of brutal diss tracks were issued between Drake and US rapper Kendrick Lamar. Now the dust has settled, Drake’s latest rebuttal transcends tit for tat rapping into something more visual.
Persons: Drake, Tony Soprano’s, X, Katherine Hepburn, , , Instagram, Cary Grant, , Kendrick Lamar, ” Lamar, Drake’s, Organizations: CNN, padre, , argyle Locations: Champagne Papi, York
Many TikTok users in the survey said they care far more about entertainment, culture and friends. TikTok users don’t care much about politicsMany TikTok users, roughly 4 in 10, said they do see at least some politics content on the app, according to the survey. Only a third of TikTok users said they use the app to keep up with politics; 41% said they use it to get news. Right now, 22% of TikTok users say content on the app is mostly liberal, while 6% say it’s mostly conservative, according to Pew’s latest survey. TikTok users who identify as Republicans were slightly more likely than Democratic TikTok users to say TikTok is bad for US democracy, but only by a slim margin of 7 percentage points.
Persons: Washington CNN —, John S, James L, Donald Trump, Joe Biden’s, TikTok, Biden, Pew, ” Pew, we’ve, , Colleen McClain, , Elon Musk, ” McClain, McClain, Musk, it’s Organizations: Washington CNN, Pew Research Center, Knight Foundation, TikTok, Facebook, Trump, CNN, Pew, Democratic, Elon, , Republican Twitter Locations: China, United States, TikTok, Gaza
BTS’ Jin discharged from army service in South Korea
  + stars: | 2024-06-12 | by ( Reuters | Gawon Bae | ) edition.cnn.com   time to read: +2 min
CNN —Wearing a uniform and black beret, Jin, the oldest member of K-pop phenomenon BTS, was discharged from South Korea’s army on Wednesday after 18 months of duty. He is the first member of the group to wrap up the mandatory national service that put their music careers on hold. The 31-year-old appeared emotional as he hugged his colleagues at a military base in Yeoncheon, Gyeonggi province, television footage showed. “I cried during the ceremony,” Jin said later during a livestream which racked up over 3 million views on the Weverse fandom platform. Beyond music, BTS members are bankable fashion icons.
Persons: CNN —, Jin, , ” Jin, Louis Vuitton, Angela Weiss, Suga, Jimin, Valentino, Dior, Kim Jones Organizations: CNN, BTS, Getty, White Locations: South, Yeoncheon, Gyeonggi, Seoul, South Korea
Read previewTikTok dancer Miranda Derrick said she and her husband, James Derrick, have been sent death threats as a result of Netflix's "Dancing for the Devil: The 7M TikTok Cult." The controversy surrounding Derrick and Shekinah Church was originally brought to public attention when Derrick's sister, Melanie Wilking, made a viral video in 2021 claiming she lost touch with Derrick due to the church. AdvertisementShinn and Shekinah Church were placed under more scrutiny after the docuseries was released on May 29, and it rocketed straight to the top of Netflix's most-watched list. In a video posted to Instagram on Monday, Derrick said that some viewers have started sending her death threats because "Dancing for the Devil" depicted the couple negatively. In the documentary, Derrick's sister and parents claim that she abandoned them because of the church.
Persons: , Miranda Derrick, James Derrick, Robert Shinn, Derrick, Derrick's, Melanie Wilking, Shinn Organizations: Service, 7M Films Inc, Business, Shekinah Locations: Shekinah
An Israeli news channel fired anchor Lama Tatour over comments on a rescued hostage's appearance. Tatour commented on Instagram about Noa Argamani's post-rescue look after 245 days in captivity. Sign up to get the inside scoop on today’s biggest stories in markets, tech, and business — delivered daily. download the app Email address Sign up By clicking “Sign Up”, you accept our Terms of Service and Privacy Policy . AdvertisementAn Israeli news channel fired an anchor after she made comments on Instagram about the appearance of one of the recently rescued hostages, according to Israeli media.
Persons: Lama Tatour, Tatour, Noa Argamani's, , Noa Argamani Organizations: Service, Business Locations: Israeli, Arab
TikTok has briefly suspended the account of Hey Jane, a prominent telemedicine abortion service, four times without explanation. The groups and women’s health advocates say these examples, all from recent months, show why they are increasingly confused and frustrated by how major technology platforms moderate posts about abortion services. They say the companies’ policies on abortion-related content, including advertisements, have long been opaque. And when the platforms do restrict the accounts, the companies can be difficult to contact to learn why. Susan B. Anthony Pro-Life America, an organization dedicated to abolishing abortion, said big technology companies had routinely limited its and other groups’ pro-life speech, suspending accounts and blocking ads with little explanation.
Persons: TikTok, Hey Jane, Instagram, Bing, Susan B, Anthony Pro Organizations: America
Lina Lyte Plioplyte is a documentary filmmaker and film educator. This short film is based on her feature documentary “Periodical.” Images courtesy of MSNBC Films and XTR. Opinion Video combines original reporting with creative storytelling to produce visually transformative commentary. The Times is committed to publishing a diversity of letters to the editor. Follow the New York Times Opinion section on Facebook, Instagram, TikTok, WhatsApp, X and Threads.
Persons: Lina Lyte Plioplyte Organizations: MSNBC Films, New York, Facebook
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