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    Harper's Bazaar

    The Subtle Message Queen Elizabeth Sent By Wearing an Unusual Brooch During Her Televised Address

    The turquoise and diamond brooch is from the same collection as Meghan Markle's wedding tiara.

  • News
    AFP News

    'Idiot' Kiwi health minister breaks lockdown, keeps job

    New Zealand's health minister described himself as "an idiot" Tuesday for breaking lockdown restrictions, but kept his job coordinating the South Pacific nation's COVID-19 response. Health Minister David Clark said he offered his resignation to Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern after revealing he took a 20-kilometre (12.5-mile) drive to the beach with his family. Ardern said under normal circumstances, she would have sacked Clark -- but instead, she stripped him of the junior role of associated finance minister and demoted him in the cabinet rankings.

  • Entertainment
    The Wrap

    James King of TLC’s ‘My 600-lb Life’ Dies at 49

    James King, who appeared on TLC’s “My 600lb-Life,” has died. He was 49.The reality star passed away at a Nashville hospital on April 3, according to his obituary on the Milner & Orr Funeral Home website. His cause of death has not been released.TLC confirmed King’s death in a tweet Monday.“TLC was deeply saddened by the loss of James King, who shared his weight-loss journey on My 600lb Life. Our thoughts and prayers are with his family at this difficult time,” the network said.Also Read: NFL Sets 'Fully Virtual Format' for 2020 DraftThe last time King appeared on “My 600lb-Life” was in 2018. He originally appeared on the show’s 2017 season. In the past, he has dealt with health issues including sepsis and cirrhosis of the liver, according to TMZ. When he first appeared on the show in 2017, he weighed 791 pounds. The next time he returned to the show, his weight had increased to 840 pounds.The series follows obese individuals, seeking to undergo gastric-bypass surgery, over a year of their lives. It has been on the air since 2012.King lived in Paducah, Kentucky. He is survived by his wife, Lisa Raisor King, his father, three brothers, four daughters, two sons and 19 grandchildren.“James loved sports, especially wrestling, hockey and baseball,” his obituary continues. “James’ favorite team to cheer for was the Chicago Cubs. His other hobbies included fishing and communicating to friends across the country on his CB Radio under the handle ‘Cracker Jack.'”Read original story James King of TLC’s ‘My 600-lb Life’ Dies at 49 At TheWrap

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    'It Was Terrible What He Did': Trump Rips Navy Captain Who Sounded Alarm On His Sick Sailors

    “This isn’t a class on literature. This is a captain of a massive ship that’s nuclear-powered. He shouldn’t be talking that way in a letter," Trump said of Brett Crozier.

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    COVID-19: Act as if anyone you meet could be infected, says Lawrence Wong

    Video courtesy of MediaCorp as host broadcaster SINGAPORE — There is no scope for any government, organisation or person to be complacent amid the battle against COVID-19, said National Development Minister Lawrence Wong at a press conference on Sunday (5 April) Read the latest on Singapore's COVID-19 situation here.

  • News

    Mainland China sees rise in new coronavirus cases

    Mainland China reported 30 new coronavirus cases on Saturday, up from 19 a day earlier as the number of cases involving travellers from abroad as well as local transmissions increased, highlighting the difficulty in stamping out the outbreak. The National Health Commission said in a statement on Sunday that 25 of the latest cases involved people who had entered from abroad, compared with 18 such cases a day earlier. The mainland has now reported a total of 81,669 cases, while the death toll has risen by three to 3,329.

  • Lifestyle

    Millie Bobby Brown Wore the Cutest Swimsuit to Give Her Dogs a Bath

    *Siiiigh.* I can't wait for the next time I can wear a swimsuit.