Tom Dempsey, a journeyman NFL kicker who despite missing the toes on his right foot set a field goal record that stood for more than four decades, has died of coronavirus, according to reports.
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Michelle Money Is "Considering Other Options" After Her Daughter Brielle's Condition Hasn't Stabilized
Brielle got into a terrible skateboarding accident and has been in a medically-induced coma.
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Pink has announced she tested positive for coronavirus, in a post that criticises the US government’s handling of the crisis.The singer revealed on Instagram that her and her three-year-old son were suffering from Covid-19 symptoms, but have now recovered. She is making a $1m donation to relief efforts.
Caron Irwin and her children join CBCs Rosemary Barton to discuss some tips for parenting during a pandemic.
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Coronavirus latest news: PM warns world leaders over protectionism after Trump is accused of face mask 'piracy'
Johnson and Raab warn against protectionism Queen tells Britain: 'This generation is as strong as any' When will the UK lockdown end? The four exit strategies Subscribe to The Telegraph, free for one month Telegraph Coronavirus Appeal: Join us in helping those hit hardest Boris Johnson and Dominic Raab are warning world leaders against "compounding the harm" of coronavirus with "damaging protectionism", after Germany accused Donald Trump's regime of "modern piracy" over the alleged interception of protective medical equipment bound for Berlin. In an article for The Telegraph, Mr Raab states that international "team-work" is essential to tackle the pandemic, as he reveals that he, the Prime Minister and Liz Truss, the Trade Secretary had been press world leaders to keep trade routes open. On Friday, Andreas Geisel, Berlin’s interior minister, said that a shipment of face masks from a US-based firm had been “confiscated” in Bangkok and never reached Berlin from China, where they were manufactured. Mr Geisel said: “We consider that an act of modern piracy. You don’t treat your transatlantic partners like that.” Follow the latest updates below.
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Police Officers in Ontario will now have the right to stop and have the public identify themselves or face hefty fines for violating their orders, according to a new power granted by the province of Ontario using the Emergency Management and Civil Protection Act (EMCPA).
- CelebrityGood Housekeeping
Harry will have some hurdles to overcome if he and Meghan are planning to reside in L.A.