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10 Breaking Headlines To Keep Up With The Web (Daily News Post 20200429)

From Gigi Hadid’s pregnancy to Google’s stock rise, we’ve collected the most breaking headlines to help you keep up with the web.

1. Gigi Hadid Pregnant, Expecting A Baby With Boyfriend Zayn Malik

From Page Six: According to TMZ, the 25-year-old model is 20 weeks pregnant - meaning she is halfway through her pregnancy. This is the first baby for both Hadid and Malik, 27. "Gigi has kept the secret close to her family and friends for a while as she’s only a few months along," a source told Entertainment Tonight, also confirming the happy news. "The couple and their families are overjoyed."

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2. California Pua: Self-employed, Freelance And Gig Economy Workers Can Apply For Unemployment Benefits Starting Today

Gov. Gavin Newsom signed an executive order earlier this month creating the Pandemic Unemployment Assistance (PUA) program, which opens up unemployment insurance payments to more workers who don't typically qualify. The program is accepting applications online as of April 28. 10 Breaking Headlines To Keep Up With The Web (Daily News Post 20200429)_2

3. Baltimore Orioles Star Trey Mancini Reveals Stage 3 Colon Cancer Diagnosis

From NBC News: Mancini announced his diagnosis in a personal essay titled "I Am So Lucky" for the Players' Tribune. The right fielder, who turned 28 in March, said doctors initially believed he had celiac disease or an ulcer until he underwent an endoscopy and a colonoscopy. "I was still woozy from the anesthesia, but before he even said the word cancer I was thinking to myself, There's no way that he's about to say what I think he's about to say," Mancini said. "And then he said it: They had found a malignant tumor in my colon."

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4. Former Staffer Tara Reade Says Joe Biden Sexually Assaulted Her In 1993

From USA Today: It's been about a month since Tara Reade, a former staffer to Joe Biden when he served in the Senate, publicly aired her allegation of sexual assault against the presumptive Democratic presidential nominee. On Monday, Business Insider reported that a former neighbor of Reade's from the 1990s and a former coworker in a California state senator's office recalled Reade describing parts of her account.

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5. Fox News Parts Ways With Diamond And Silk Following Duo's Coronavirus Comments

From Washington Times: Fox News is done with the duo known as Diamond and Silk on the heels of the conservative commentators spreading misinformation about the novel coronavirus, a report said Monday. "After what they’ve said and tweeted, you won’t be seeing them on Fox Nation or Fox News anytime soon,"  said a source with knowledge of the matter, The Daily Beast reported.

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6. Fbi Star Missy Peregrym And Husband Tom Oakley Welcome A Baby Boy

From People: The FBI actress, 37, and her actor husband have welcomed their first child together, a baby boy named Otis Paradis Oakley, the star announced on her Instagram Tuesday.

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7. Kate Hudson And Jimmy Fallon Admit They Could Have Dated Back In The Day

From CNN: Hudson admitted during a virtual appearance on "The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon" that the duo's close friendship during filming on the 2000 film "Almost Famous" could have totally turned romantic.

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8. European Doctors Warn Rare Kids’ Syndrome May Have Coronavirus Tie

From USA TODAY: Earlier this week, Britain’s Paediatric Intensive Care Society issued an alert to doctors noting that in the past three weeks, there has been an increase in the number of children with "a multi-system inflammatory state requiring intensive care" across the country. The group said there was "growing concern" that either a COVID-19 related syndrome was emerging in children or that a different, unidentified disease might be responsible.

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9. Alphabet Stock Rises More Than 7% As Ad Slowdown Turns Out To Be Less Than Feared

From CNBC: Alphabet shares rose as much as 7% in extended trading on Tuesday after the company reported earnings for the first quarter and sounded a cautiously optimistic note that a steep drop-off in ad revenues in March was starting to moderate.

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10. Executive Order Keeps Meat Processing Plants Open During Covid-19 Outbreak

From KCCI Des Moines: President Donald Trump signed an executive order Tuesday requiring meat processing to remain open during the COVID-19 pandemic. Trump said Tuesday that his order will shield companies from being sued by employees. "We have had some difficulty where they are having a liability that is really unfair to them, and we are going to be doing that," Trump said.

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