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David Beckham’s Son Brooklyn Is the Latest Celebrity Kid to Reveal a Face Tattoo

Kids these days, who can understand them? One day they’re taking over the world on TikTok and fighting for climate change — the next, they’re debuting the startling new trend of face tattoos, embraced recently by young adult icons Justin Bieber, Post Malone, and Cindy Crawford’s son Presley Gerber. Now, it seems that Victoria and David Beckham’s oldest son Brooklyn Beckham may be getting in on the fun too, thanks to some steamy pics shared by both Brooklyn himself and fiancée Nicola Peltz. We can see a face tattoo that says “true love” on 21-year-old Brooklyn Beckham’s forehead (at least a more positive message than Presley Gerber’s “misunderstood” tat?), and while fans have sounded off their approval in the comments, we don’t yet know whether it’s real — or just for a Halloween prank.

“Punk baby ❤️,” is all Brooklyn writes under the sexy pics of him and Nicola with

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TV news coverage is cautious as election night turns into a weeklong epic

Patience and caution defined TV news coverage of the 2020 race for the White House as election night now looks like it will be a weeklong miniseries filled with emotional drama.



a screen shot of Joe Fowler in a suit and tie: Arnon Mishkin, head of the Fox News decision desk, went on camera to explain his early call of Arizona for Joe Biden. (Fox News)


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Arnon Mishkin, head of the Fox News decision desk, went on camera to explain his early call of Arizona for Joe Biden. (Fox News)

Once President Trump appeared headed to a better than expected performance in Florida — necessary for his chances of reaching the 270 electoral votes for victory and ending any chance of a blowout victory that some pundits predicted for former Vice President Joe Biden — Tuesday’s coverage turned into a stomach-churning roller coaster ride for viewers on both sides of the political aisle.

The difference in one of the wildest, most unpredictable campaigns in history is coming down to the battleground states of Pennsylvania, Michigan and Wisconsin, which all resumed counting

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Cheryl Tiano Dead at 59: Agent Represented Film and TV Composers

Cheryl Tiano, an agent for the Gorfaine-Schwartz Agency representing film, TV and game composers, died Monday night of complications from heart surgery. She was 59.

The agency issued this statement Tuesday night: “It is with deepest sorrow that we mourn the passing of our dear friend and colleague Cheryl Tiano. Cheryl was a beloved member of our GSA family for nearly 30 years… It is impossible to express how deeply we will miss her.”

The Society of Composers & Lyricists added, “Cheryl had long ago taken her place amongst the top tier of composer agents in the entertainment industry. Her clients loved her, and she loved repping them. She is an enormous loss to our media music community.”

Tiano was a rare instance of a composer agent who was actually a musician. Born in Cincinnati, Ohio, she studied composition at Boston’s Berklee College of Music and later graduated from California

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Across America, Newspaper Front Pages Reflect A History Still Being Written

Newspapers went to press for Wednesday’s edition without knowing who would win the presidency – and indeed, that outcome is still unclear at this publishing.

So what does a newspaper editor do when there’s no answer yet for the question on everyone’s mind? You go with what you know so far.

At the Tampa Bay Times, the big news was that Trump had clinched Florida’s electoral votes.

In Peoria, Ill., the Journal Star’s headline was a twist on a word used with great frequency in the past four years: “Unpresidented.”

Many newspapers noted that Election Day voting had been straightforward, even though a result in the presidential race remained unclear.

The Atlanta Journal-Constitution said that voting had gone smoothly — but that the presidential race remained undecided, and the two U.S. Senate races in Georgia could be going to runoffs.

Elsewhere, election results shared front-page real estate with the

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Election cliffhanger transfixes world, fuels fears in Europe for fate of U.S. democracy

Here are the latest developments:

  • International election observers found that the vote was “competitive and well-managed” but also “tarnished by legal uncertainty,” in initial assessment released Wednesday. The statement condemned Trump’s claims of voter fraud, calling them “baseless allegations.”
  • Regardless of the final outcome, the close results indicate that “Trumpism” is here to stay, some analysts said Wednesday.
  • “The world sort of survived four years with a somewhat restrained Trump,” Carl Bildt, a former Swedish prime minister, wrote on Twitter. “A world with a triumphant Trump could well be a different thing.”
  • “This is how #USElections & U.S. democracy are,” Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, Iran’s top leader, wrote on Twitter.
  • In Asia, markets were mixed, as investors grappled with election uncertainty, with Japan’s Nikkei 225 closing up more than 1.7 percent. European markets were up slightly across the board in midday trading.

Trump and Democratic nominee Joe Biden, the rivals wrangling

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Astronomers observe fast radio bursts in our galaxy for the first time

Since 2007, astronomers have known about a type of interstellar phenomenon called fast radio bursts, or FRBs for short. They’re bright emissions of radio waves that can generate more than 100 million times the power of the sun in the span of a few milliseconds. Up until recently, they’ve only been observed in galaxies outside of our own. But this past April, astronomers got their first-ever chance to witness FSBs occur in the Milky Way (via MIT News). 

When astronomers first detected FRBs more than a decade ago, physicists hypothesized they might be produced by a special class of neutron stars called magnetars that emit a particularly powerful magnetic field. Neutron stars, if you need a refresher, are the remnants of a star that has gone supernova and seen its core collapse on itself. It turns out those suspicions are likely correct. Toward the end of April, astronomers recorded

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Hear Jade Bird’s Electrifying New Song ‘Headstart’

Jade Bird has returned with her new song “Headstart,” the British singer-songwriter’s first new music in more than a year.

Following a yearlong tour in support of her self-titled debut album and finding kindred spirits in American singer-songwriters like Jason Isbell, Sheryl Crow and Brandi Carlile, Bird entered Nashville’s RCA Studios to record “Headstart” with mega-producer Dave Cobb.

“‘Headstart’ came out of a trip I made to upstate New York at the beginning of the year. Being there, I was immediately taken back to the magic and inspiration of creating the first album,” Bird said of her electrifying new single.

“It’s quite a light-hearted song, about liking someone who just can’t see the signs, but more than that releasing it feels like a way to give a bit of joy to the end of the year. It feels like community to me, and it makes me want to sing again.”

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The Mandalorian Season 2 Character Leak May Bring Back a Surprise Fan Favorite

A new leak from The Mandalorian season 2 suggests that a fan-favorite Star Wars character is returning. Episode 1 from the latest season premiered last week and gave fans a pretty big shock at the very end. Temuera Morrison returned to the franchise and it looks like Boba Fett is back, which is massive for fans. It was shocking enough to see Timothy Olyphant’s Cobb Vanth wearing the iconic armor, but seeing Morrison at the end was enough to send the internet into detective mode.

While it has not been officially confirmed, it is believed Ahsoka Tano will return at some point in The Mandalorian season 2, with Rosario Dawson in the role. The Disney+ Twitter account from India confirmed that the actress was taking on the role and quickly deleted the post. Now, a new leaked synopsis for season 2, episode 2 hints at another fan-favorite returning to the

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Film studios ‘drawing wrong conclusions’ from Tenet

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Nolan’s other films include Memento, Inception, Interstellar and Dunkirk

Director Christopher Nolan believes film studios have been “drawing the wrong conclusions” from the box office performance of his blockbuster Tenet.

Tenet has grossed almost $350m (£270m) globally since August, less than it might have taken in pre-pandemic times.

Nolan said he feared studios would use its performance in some countries as an “excuse” when considering whether to release other films in cinemas.

He said they should focus on “adapting” and “rebuilding our business”.

Many cinemas have been forced to close their doors due to coronavirus, and most other high-profile films have had their releases delayed or moved to streaming.

Nolan told The Los Angeles Times that Warner Bros had made the decision to release his action sci-fi thriller, the first major studio cinema release since the beginning of the pandemic.

The British film-maker said he was “thrilled” that Tenet had

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Fort Hood Soldier Arrested for Alleged Murder of Texas Woman Found Dead in Motel Last Year

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A Fort Hood soldier was arrested Tuesday in connection with the killing of a woman found dead in a Texas hotel in 2019.

Cory Grafton, 20, was taken into custody after a witness and advanced DNA testing allegedly linked him to the killing of 32-year-old Chelsea Cheatham.

“Through the investigation, detectives with the Homicide Unit received information from a witness that 20-year-old Cory Grafton was at the scene at the time Chelsea Cheatham was murdered,” Killeen Police Department said in a statement. “With the assistance from the Texas Rangers, DNA from the scene was submitted and the results confirmed that Grafton matched the DNA located on Cheatham.”

Cheatham was found unconscious and not breathing at the Days Inn in Killeen around 10:30 p.m. on June 3, 2019. At first, it was unclear how she died.

“At the time of the incident, it was unknown if her death

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