(CNN)Kevin Hart has announced the birth of his third child. The comedian tweeted Tuesday that his wife, Eniko Parrish, had given birth to their son. "God is truly amazing....Kenzo Kash Hart was born at 1:45am ," Hart tweeted. God is truly amazing....Kenzo Kash Hart was born at 1:45am ....He is Healthy & already smiling.
Automated checkout machines put off about a quarter of older people from going shopping, a survey from a housing charity for the elderly suggests. They can find the automated checkouts "intimidating" and "unfriendly," according to the charity, Anchor. Without someone to talk to at the tills, shopping can be a "miserable experience," a spokesman said. The British Retail Consortium said it was important for shops to be welcome destinations for all of the community. The lack of seats in shopping centres or on High Streets can also make older people feel "shut out", according to the charity. It also warned that automated checkouts could add to loneliness and isolation among the elderly. "There was
Dish Network subscribers may be having their Thanksgiving turkey without the NFL games slated to air on CBS this year. Early Tuesday morning, local stations owned by CBS went dark on Dish Network's satellite system. The unusual blackout is the result of a carriage fight between the two companies. The blackout affects Dish subscribers in New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, Philadelphia, and other major markets. CBS and Dish each issued statements blaming the other side for the blackout. Normally these disputes are resolved in hours or days. Occasionally, however, programming blackouts can last for weeks. On Monday, CBS warned Dish customers about the possibility of a blackout that could deprive viewers
The criminal investigation into last summer's hacking of HBO has nabbed a suspect. On Tuesday, the U.S. Attorney's office in New York announced charges against an Iranian national who stands accused of hacking into the network's servers. The indictment of Behzad Mesri alleges that he stole proprietary data, including information about unreleased episodes of "Game of Thrones," and then sought to extort the company. Mesri has been charged by a grand jury with various counts of computer fraud, as well as wire fraud, interstate transmission of an extortionate communication, and aggravated identity theft, according to court paperwork. He allegedly stole scripts and plot summaries for "Game of Thrones,"
President Trump weighed in Tuesday on the Justice Department's suit to block AT&T's purchase of Time Warner, criticizing the deal. "Personally, I've always felt that that was a deal that's not good for the country. I think your pricing is going to go up," Trump said. "But I'm not going to get involved. It's litigation." The president's remarks come one day after the Justice Department filed suit to block AT&T's acquisition of Time Warner on the grounds that it would create competitive harm and hurt consumers. The lawsuit is a departure from the DOJ's handling of non-competitive mergers dating back to the 1970s. Trump spoke out against the deal as a presidential candidate, and there was widespread
John Lasseter, one of the biggest names in animation, is taking a leave of absence from Disney following what he called "missteps." In an internal memo sent to Disney employees obtained by CNN, Lasseter, who is the chief creative officer of Pixar and Disney Animation, said that he recently had "a number of difficult conversations that have been very painful for me." "It's never easy to face your missteps, but it's the only way to learn from them. As a result, I've been giving a lot of thought to the leader I am today compared to the mentor, advocate and champion I want to be. It's been brought to my attention that I have made some of you feel disrespected or uncomfortable. That was never my intent,"
Sarah Palin isn't ready to give up her legal battle against the New York Times just yet. Attorneys for the former Republican vice presidential candidate filed a motion Tuesday appealing a federal judge's ruling to dismiss her defamation lawsuit against the newspaper. Palin is appealing the dismissal of her lawsuit to the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit. A spokesperson for the New York Times declined to comment. Palin sued the Times in June over an editorial that drew a link between an advertisement from her political action committee and the 2011 mass shooting in Tucson, Arizona, which left then-Democratic Rep. Gabrielle Giffords severely wounded and six other people dead. In fact,