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Justin Bieber Wishes He Had ‘Saved’ Himself for Hailey Baldwin

Justin Bieber Wishes He Had ‘Saved’ Himself for Hailey Baldwin

Celebrity
Pump the brakes. Justin Bieber shared that he would have done a few things differently during his life as a bachelor — including having sex before marriage. A Timeline of Justin Bieber and Hailey Baldwin’s RelationshipThe “Sorry” singer, 26, made the revelation while answering fan questions on the Friday, May 15, episode of his and his wife, Hailey Bieber‘s (née Baldwin) Facebook Watch series, The Biebers on Watch. “There are probably a lot of things I would change. I don’t regret anything because I think it makes you who you are, and you learn from things,” Justin said. He added, “If I could go back and not have to face some of the bad hurt, I went through I probably would’ve saved myself for marriage. I know that sounds crazy … Sex can be kind of confusing when you’re being sex...
Keith Urban treats healthcare workers to a private, drive-in concert

Keith Urban treats healthcare workers to a private, drive-in concert

Entertainment
Healthcare workers in Tennessee were treated to an unannounced, private show from country music star Keith Urban on Thursday night.More than 200 doctors, nurses, emergency medical technicians and staff members from Vanderbilt Health got in their cars and packed the Stardust Drive-In Movie Theater about 40 miles east of Nashville."To all of you guys here tonight, for everything that you've done and continue to do, to all of your families, we say thank you -- this concert is for all of you," Urban told the crowd. Almost 125 vehicles honked and flashed their lights throughout the performance, which lasted more than an hour.With social distancing guidelines in place, some artists, businesses and ministers have pivoted to drive-thru and drive-in models. Electronic musician Marc Rebillet is ...
U.S. moves to cut Huawei off from global chip suppliers

U.S. moves to cut Huawei off from global chip suppliers

Tech & Media
The reaction from China was swift with a report saying it was ready to put U.S. companies on an “unreliable entity list.” The Trump administration on Friday moved to block shipments of semiconductors to Huawei Technologies from global chipmakers, in an action ramping up tensions with China. The U.S. Commerce Department said it was amending an export rule to “strategically target Huawei’s acquisition of semiconductors that are the direct product of certain U.S. software and technology.” The reaction from China was swift with a report saying it was ready to put U.S. companies on an “unreliable entity list,” as part of countermeasures in response to the new limits on Huawei, China’s Global Times reported on Friday. The measures include launching investigations and imposing restri...
Bob Myers on Warriors’ second title run with Kevin Durant: ‘It wasn’t joy’

Bob Myers on Warriors’ second title run with Kevin Durant: ‘It wasn’t joy’

Sports
Steve Kerr and Draymond Green both said the Warriors’ dynamic – particularly with Kevin Durant – changed between their 2017 and 2018 championships. Warriors president Bob Myers agrees. Myers, via Nick Friedell of ESPN: “The second time with Kevin [in 2018] it felt like, ‘Well, we just did what we were supposed to do, and great job,'” Warriors president and general manager Bob Myers said of the last time the Warriors won a title. “It wasn’t joy.“I’m sure a lot of people felt differently. It wasn’t anybody’s fault. I think there’s just a weight to everything. Winning tends to increase joy. Imagine how miserable the Warriors would have been if they were losing! Golden State already had a fun young team with a championship under its belt when Durant arrived. His mere presence t...
‘I gave this to my dad’: COVID-19 survivors grapple with guilt of infecting family

‘I gave this to my dad’: COVID-19 survivors grapple with guilt of infecting family

News
A haunting feeling afflicts those who believe that in the fog of the coronavirus’ early spread, they unwittingly exposed the people they loved the most Paul Stewart thought he’d caught a bad cold. In the third week of March, he came down with a sore throat, mild fever, cough, chills and body aches. The coronavirus was just starting to spread across Illinois, shuttering schools and workplaces, including the clinic in DuPage County where he worked as a rehabilitation technician. It didn’t occur to him that he might have the virus, even after a co-worker tested positive. Paul’s symptoms came and went, and on some days he felt well enough to go on a 5-mile run. Then his father started coughing. Paul, 55 and twice divorced, lived with his parents in the house he grew up in. He assu...