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Entertainment Miranda Lambert gets candid about her public divorce and secret wedding, plus more news

01:57  14 november  2019
01:57  14 november  2019 Source:   wonderwall.com

Miranda Lambert Shares the Surprising Story of Her and Brendan McLoughlin's Meet-Cute

  Miranda Lambert Shares the Surprising Story of Her and Brendan McLoughlin's Meet-Cute The Pistol Annie's are to thank for introducing the country singer to her husbandIt's the typical rockstar-meets-city-slicker-post-breakup type of plot that has the makings of a blockbuster rom-com. According to a New York Times interview with Miranda, her love story with the NYPD cop began when she was doing press for a Pistol Annies record last year. She shares, "Our record came out the day after Halloween, and we did Good Morning America. My husband was doing security there for the show. My girlfriends, the Annies, saw him and knew I might be ready to hang out with someone. They invited him to our show behind my back. They plucked him for me.

Miranda Lambert got candid about life following her divorce from Blake Shelton in 2015 and opened up about her new husband and how she knew he It all comes after the “Wild Card” hitmaker shocked fans back in January with news that she and NYPD officer Brendan McLoughlin had tied the knot in a

Miranda Lambert reflects on what just may have been her happiest year yet—and opens up about Miranda surprised her legion of fans earlier this year when she revealed she’d secretly tied the knot I’m never gonna get used to the public eye in that way. RELATED: The 4 Most Common Reasons for

The number of government requests for user data have climbed to a new record, Facebook said in its biannual transparency report.

Silhouettes of laptop users are seen next to a screen projection of a Facebook logo, March 28, 2018.© Dado Ruvic/Reuters, FILE Silhouettes of laptop users are seen next to a screen projection of a Facebook logo, March 28, 2018.

Those requests rose 16% during the first half of 2019 to 128,617, Chris Sonderby, the vice president and deputy general counsel for Facebook, wrote in a blog post on Wednesday.

It's more than a fivefold increase from the 25,607 government requests in 2013, the first year Facebook published that data.

The U.S. has submitted the most requests so far in 2019, at 50,714, according to Facebook. Those requests asked for data from 82,461 total users/accounts.

Police: Woman stabs husband after his refusal to sign divorce papers

  Police: Woman stabs husband after his refusal to sign divorce papers NASHVILLE, TN (WSMV) -- Police say 38-year-old Dwanna Evans allegedly stabbed her husband after he refused to sign divorce papers. In a just released affidavit, the August 10th incident report states that the victim was sitting in his car at their Scruggs Lane apartment residence smoking a blunt, when his wife approached the vehicle. The report says the two argued for a time, and she wanted him to sign divorce papers, which he refused. The victim said his wife went back inside, but returned a short time later, approaching the driver's side door.The victim said she began to jab at him with a knife, did stab him in the forearm, and then left.

Miranda Lambert got candid about life following her divorce from Blake Shelton in 2015 and opened up about her new husband and how she knew he It all comes after the “Wild Card” hitmaker shocked fans back in January with news that she and NYPD officer Brendan McLoughlin had tied the knot in a

Miranda Lambert Opens Up About Divorce From Blake Shelton For First Time in Cosmopolitan. The singer split from Blake Shelton in early July, with neither party publicly admitting what went wrong. Now, in her cover story for Cosmopolitan Magazine, Miranda is speaking out about life after Blake.

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Of those requests from the U.S. government, two-thirds included a "non-disclosure order prohibiting Facebook from notifying the user," Sonderby wrote.

Facebook said it produced data for 88% of U.S. government requests, and that a majority of them, 47,457, were under the "legal process" category that includes search warrants, subpoenas and court orders. In 2013, Facebook complied with about 80% of requests.

a man that is standing in the dark: Silhouettes of laptop users are seen next to a screen projection of a Facebook logo, March 28, 2018.© Dado Ruvic/Reuters, FILE Silhouettes of laptop users are seen next to a screen projection of a Facebook logo, March 28, 2018.

"As we have said in prior reports, we always scrutinize every government request we receive for account data to make sure it is legally valid," Sonderby wrote. "This is true no matter which government makes the request. If a request appears to be deficient or overly broad, we push back, and will fight in court, if necessary.

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"We do not provide governments with 'back doors' to people’s information," he added.

Pinterest will stop promoting wedding ideas from former slave plantations .
The Knot and Wedding Wire will also require vendors to avoid language that glorifies Southern plantation history."Weddings should be a symbol of love and unity. Plantations represent none of those things," a Pinterest spokesperson told CNET in an email. "We are working to limit the distribution of this content and accounts across our platform, and continue to not accept advertisements for them.

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