“So that’s why we’ve ramped up every way we can,” he added. Kylie Moore Gilbert, 33, has filed for divorce from Ruslan Hodorov, her Russian Israeli husband, according to the Herald Sun of Melbourne. The couple were wed in a traditional Jewish ceremony in 2017 after meeting a decade earlier in Israel.

But maybe not all scandals are created equal. “Over the weekend, Biden took a short break from his day to day presidenting to catch the Super Bowl from his home in Delaware and if you aren immediately outraged about that, well, you obviously haven been watching the last 48 hours of conservative news media,” Noah said. “But it not surprising that Biden bent the travel rules for himself, because he been president for less that three weeks and already he had more scandals than we can keep track of although, my friends, we are going to try in our brand new segment: Biden, The Worst President in History That We Can Remember.

He was working to protect people with preexisting medical conditions when the truth is that they are already protected thanks to the Affordable Care Act, which his administration is working mightily against. He bragged that he was single handedly protecting the Second Amendment. He was protecting free speech on college campuses even though the First Amendment already took care of that..

Canadian superstar The Weekend was tapped to perform at the Super Bowl LV halftime show on Sunday and the Toronto born singer did not disappoint. ET for a 14 minute set. The star managed to maintain social distance with performers, and the mass of dancers that joined him on the field wore on brand bandages as part of the singer schtick, that doubly acted as masks.

Even the spacecraft exact arrival time on Wednesday has yet to be announced. The China Academy of Space Technology Ye Peijian noted that Tianwen 1 has three objectives: orbiting the planet, landing and releasing the rover. If successful, he said in a statement “it will become the world first Mars expedition accomplishing all three goals with one probe.” The coronavirus pandemic has complicated each step of each spacecraft’s 300 million mile (480 million kilometre) journey to Mars.

Many of the respondents reported that they have previously attempted some kind of repairs at home (56%). However, they report varying levels of success with previous repairs and cite knowledge, skills and confidence as major barriers to further attempts at repair. It is these very barriers that The Restart Project addresses.