• Which restaurants are open Memorial Day? Starbucks, Chick-fil-A, Applebee's are open but some only for takeout.

    There are fewer restaurants to dine in this Memorial Day because of the coronavirus but many will be open for takeout and delivery Monday.

  • Robbie Williams and Ayda Field share rare family picture – but fans question it

    Robbie Williams and Ayda Field delighted fans on Friday as they posed for the cutest family picture with their three eldest children.The proud mother-of-four shared the gorgeous photo on Instagram, showing her and Robbie all dressed up and posing for the camera whilst Teddy and Charlie sat in chairs, with their backs to the camera as they watched cartoons on what looked like an iPad. Little Coco could be seen standing up, holding onto her mum's hand, with her back also towards the camera.Robbie and Ayda with three of their children, Charlie, Teddy and CocoEven the couple's dog Buddy made an appearance, looking adorable in Ayda's arms whilst sticking his tongue out for the family shot.MORE: Inside Robbie Williams and Ayda Field's three luxurious homes in LA, London and MalibuFans were delighted, however, they wondered where baby Beau was. "Looking good! Baby was taking the photo," said a fan, to which Ayda jokingly replied: "thank you and yes! :) xxxx," followed by several laughing emojis. The 41-year-old later revealed that Beau, whose birth was announced on Valentine's Day, had missed the family snap because he had been taking a nap. When asked again by a follower about his whereabouts, she said: "sleeping ...like a very good baby :) xxx."Other fans complemented their family on their fashion choices, with one noting Charlie's adorable look. "Ah. I can see that Charlie there is wearing a suit jacket. Looks good on him," they commented, with Ayda revealing: "He loves a suit look."Fans wondered why baby Beau had not made an appearanceThe family-of-six are self-isolating at their Los Angeles mansion and in order to shake things up, they introduced the concept of "formal Fridays" back in April to help them feel slightly more "normal".READ: Inside Robbie and Ayda's family life "@robbiewilliams Shave your legs, wash your hair, cause it's officially FORMAL FRIDAYS at the Williams House ourhouse formalfridays whynot quarantinelife stayhome AWxx," Ayda announced on Instagram last month. Fans of the couple loved the idea and took to the Instagram comments to say so. One follower simply said: "Brilliant idea!" while another gushed: "Wow you two look gorgeous xx." A third added: "Fabulous... love you guys looks like so much fun living with the Williams’s family."

  • Don’t even think of owning stocks unless you’re willing to buy and hold for at least 10 years

    In fact, only if you're willing not to touch your money for 10 years — until 2030 — should you even think of putting new money into the stock market right now. After holding stocks for at least 10 years, you have an 80% chance of outperforming bonds. If a one-out-of-five chance of lagging bonds is still too high, you need to be prepared to leave your equity investments untouched for even longer than 10 years.

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  • GOP Rep. Warns Trump On Wild Scarborough Murder Claim: 'Just Stop. It Will Destroy Us.'

    Rep. Adam Kinzinger is one of many reeling from Trump's meltdown attack on an outspoken critic in the press.

  • California Will Get So Hot That Mountain Streams Could Kill

    (Bloomberg) -- It’s going to get so hot in California that people swimming in mountain streams could freeze to death.Much of California, parts of Nevada and Arizona, will be getting their first extreme heat of the year and by Tuesday temperatures will reach 100 degrees Fahrenheit (38 Celsius) in many places and stay there through Thursday. Car interiors will become death traps for children and pets left alone, outside work will be difficult, and the elderly will be at risk, the National Weather Service said.So much mountain snow will melt that streams will turn into icy torrents. Anyone venturing in to cool off risks being swept away and suffering “rapid onset of hypothermia,” the agency warned.“Daytime highs will be in the triple digits for most Valley locations, especially Tuesday through Thursday,” the weather service said. “Overnight temperatures will remain warm and offer little relief.”An excessive heat watch in California’s Central Valley reaches all the way to the coast where temperatures in Oakland could approach 90 and push to 103 in Napa. The heat risk also spreads to southern Nevada and into western Arizona, where temperatures could reach 108 by Wednesday and linger until Friday.Energy demand is set to spike across the region as people switch on air conditioners.For more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.comSubscribe now to stay ahead with the most trusted business news source.©2020 Bloomberg L.P.

  • ‘Offensive to every family’: Mum whose coronavirus-infected son died of leukaemia in lockdown criticises PM for defending Dominic Cummings

    Louise Bennett, whose son 14-year-old son Fred died of leukaemia during lockdown, criticised the government's defence of Dominic Cummings, saying it was offensive to every family who had had to make difficult decisions and sacrifices.

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  • Coronavirus outbreak: Caribbean tourism struggles as visitors stay home

    Tourism is vital to the Caribbean but visitors are absent amid the coronavirus pandemic.

  • Young mother mysteriously vanished from Atlanta in 2011 following altercation with boyfriend

    Athena Curry, 20, was last seen on May 27, 2011, at her boyfriend’s house on Beecher Street in Atlanta, Georgia. Her boyfriend, Yusef Mujahid told authorities they got into an argument and she stormed out of the house, leaving their 16-month-old son behind. She did not have a car and did not take anything with her. The Atlanta Police Department is investigating.

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  • 'Cannonball Run' record repeatedly shattered as US highways empty during coronavirus lockdown

    When a team of three hurtled across the US at an average speed of 103 mph last year, many believed their Cannonball Run record of 27 hours and 25 minutes would remain intact for years. Then came the coronavirus lockdown which saw highways across the US empty, leaving the roads free for speed-freaks while millions of Americans complied with stay-at-home orders. The temptation of taking on the challenge, which dates back to the early 1970s, has proved irresistible. In just a couple of months the record in the race, popularised in a 1981 film starring Burt Reynolds, has been shattered seven times.

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  • He was negative for the flu but positive he had COVID-19. How his case could help experts.

    Experts say flu and pneumonia data might help curb the next COVID-19 outbreak.

  • Khloé Kardashian debuts new look and fans are freaking out: 'I don't recognize her'

    "A little switch up is needed," Kardashian explained in her Instagram comments.

  • LA County Coronavirus Cases, Deaths Tick Upward, But Officials Claim Numbers Trending In Right Direction

    Los Angeles County reported 1,032 new COVID-19 cases and 41 new deaths today in the daily total released by the Health Dept. That brings the LA County total to date to 44,055 cases and 2,090 deaths in the pandemic. The County crossed the 2,000 deaths total on Thursday. The overall US death total is nearing […]

  • 43 Grilled Salmon Recipes (and Other Summery Salmon Options) (42 photos)

    Salmon shines in the summer—whether it's charred on the grill, smoked and draped over salads, or shaped into burger patties and stuffed between bread.Originally Appeared on Epicurious

  • Charlamagne Tha God tells Biden that black voters ‘saved your political life in the primaries’ and ‘have things they want from you’

    Joe Biden, the presumptive Democratic presidential nominee, had an attention-grabbing exchange with a prominent black radio personality on Friday over Biden's support among black voters and his choosing of a running mate. Charlamagne Tha God pressed Biden on reports that he is considering Minnesota Sen. Amy Klobuchar, who is white, to be vice president and told him that black voters “saved your political life in the primaries” and “have things they want from you.” “I'm not acknowledging anybody who is being considered,” Biden said.

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  • Baby gorilla badly injured in family skirmish at Seattle zoo

    A baby gorilla was badly injured at a Seattle zoo on Saturday when he was caught in a skirmish between his family group members, zookeepers said. Animal health experts at the Woodland Park Zoo say little Kitoko was bitten on the head, likely by accident when another gorilla tried to bite his mother, Uzumma. Kitoko sustained a fractured skull and a severe laceration, but zoo officials say the 2-month-old gorilla underwent surgery and may fully recover if he doesn't develop an infection.

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  • While in lockdown with their family, two French children reportedly found two bars of gold that could be worth more than $100,000

    The kids found the heavy objects in a set of folded bedsheets they planned to use to build a fort, according to French news network BFM TV.

  • Large Alligators Fight on South Carolina Golf Course

    Matthew Proffitt came across an incredible sight while golfing with friends at the Hilton Head Lakes golf course in Hardeeville, South Carolina, on May 20.As Proffitt and his group approached the 18th tee, they spotted two large alligators fighting on the fairway.“They would lay still for a few minutes, with their jaws locked on each other, and then try to roll or shake,” Proffitt told Storyful, adding that while gators are common in the area, he had never seen anything like this. “The fight went on for about two hours.”Alligators are more active during mating season from April to June.The Golf Club at Hilton Head Lakes originally posted the video on their Facebook account and warned patrons in their caption, writing, “Sudden death playoff on the 18 yesterday! Keep your eyes open out there, the course is full of wildlife!” Credit: Matthew Proffitt via Storyful

  • Missing Ohio high school senior Madison Bell found safe

    Madison “Maddie” Bell, 18, who had been missing since last Sunday, has been found safe, according to the Highland County Sheriff’s Office on Saturday. She was last seen around 10:30 a.m. on Sunday, May 17, 2020, when she left her home in Greenfield, Ohio, to go tanning at the Country Corner Market over the county line in Highland County. But she never made it there. Her car was found nearby in the Good Shepherd Church parking lot with the windows rolled up. The keys were in the ignition an

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  • Memorial Day weekend pool party in Ozarks draws national attention

    Already, the pool party footage has picked up coverage from several media outlets, including TMZ, St. Louis Post-Dispatch and others.

  • Find Netflix's Selling Sunset cast on social media (7 photos)

    Christine couldn't be more extra on Insta...From Cosmopolitan