Mr. Biden, the front-runner, was confronted over his record on health care and criminal justice, and this time not just from Kamala Harris.
After that left viewers wholeheartedly shook, 's Hannah Brown jetted off to New York City to rehash all the drama on . The 24-year-old Alabama native sat down with host Michael Strahan Wednesday morning to spill the juicy details on her decision to break things off with , why she's still excited about her future, and perhaps mostly importantly, . Although Hannah admitted that was "a whole different level of betrayal," she explained that she doesn't regret the choices she made during her season of the ABC dating show. "I could 'What if?' and wonder what would happen if I made different choices, but ultimately . . . I found that fierce love and it's for me, and I think that's worth it all," she told Strahan. We stan a self-loving queen! Related: Hannah went on to coyly address when they reunited during the live finale. "Those feelings were real when we were together, and you don't just turn off emotions," Hannah said. "He's always been supportive and respectful and has continued to do so. I want him to be a part of my life in some way, so I wanna be able to hang out . . . no pressure, just . . . hang out." I don't know about you, Bachelor Nation, but it certainly sounds like these two have some unfinished business to tend to! Ahead, watch all the videos from Hannah's Good Morning America appearance to see what else she had to say about her journey to find love - and to see her compete against fellow former Bachelorette Rachel Lindsay in a fun game on set!
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fans, take note - the Academy Award-winning film actress is coming to television for Amazon's new anthology series , and let's just say she doesn't have an Oscar for nothin'. Hathaway plays a woman struggling with bipolar disorder while also trying to live a normal life, with the episode exploring how her mental illness, which she is terrified to reveal to anyone, is touching all of the relationships in her life. Hathaway told the 2019 TCA Summer press tour that she was "humbled" by the experience of playing this character, a role she did not take lightly. In fact, she made it a point to reach out to the woman who wrote on which her episode is based. Related: "Lexi is based on a woman, Terri Cheney, who has written a book called Manic, and she is very open about her journey with bipolar disorder," Hathaway said. "I spoke with her on the phone at great length and she was invaluable . . . the range of what she helped with, from the cadence of her voice to being able to ask her about how do you physically feel when you're having a manic episode versus when you're having a depressive episode. She really illustrated to me how weighted down she would feel during a depressive episode, how objects become almost impossible to lift, how everything that hours before was so easy and magical just becomes impossible and hopeless. That was really illustrative to me." Part of what Hathaway likes so much about the role is that it illustrates a very different kind of love than the typical boy-meets-girl romantic love. "In my case, with Lexi, I think if we're honest with ourselves a lot of us have to learn that we're worth loving," Hathaway said. "I think that's a journey a lot of people go on, whether or not you have bipolar disorder. I imagine having bipolar disorder makes it that much harder for folks to imagine that someone wants to take you on. And it's this huge block in Lexi's life. She talks about just needing one person, just one person to accept all of her and that's really what we all, I think, what we all want." Related: Over the course of the episode, Lexi finds that one person who she finally feels like she can open up to, and it changes everything for her. "That one person giving her the space, being patient, being compassionate, and being a true loving person in her life changes everything for her, gives her hope and gives her a future," Hathaway said. Finally, Hathaway hopes that her episode of Modern Love can in some small way move the needle in how we speak about mental illness and the stigmas that often accompany it. "I was really humbled by this experience because I played someone who is bipolar . . . for eight days and it wrecked me for a month afterwards. I couldn't find my equilibrium and it is not lost on me that it was a choice that I had, that I could walk away from it, I could distract myself out of it, that it wasn't a diagnosis," Hathaway said. "It expanded my compassion so much for people who have no choice in this matter. It made me really honored to be a part of this story because it's something that touches our lives a lot . . . and I'm not sure we know how [to talk about it]." She added, "I have no illusions that this episode is the magic bullet, but I do think it's a common touchstone now."
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Bachelor Nation is a fan base like no other. Each time a new season of or debuts, dedicated viewers are always quick to at lightning-fast speeds - and this certainly rang true during on Monday. Hidden among a plethora of tweets about and Luke P.'s awkwardly zoomed-in kiss with Hannah were a boatload of LOL-worthy observations about who look like. Whether it be a former contestant from another season or an animated movie character, read on to see all the hilarious season 15 look-alikes fans have thought up so far. But be warned: you won't be able to unsee them. Related:
Does anyone else get serious vibes every time they see on ? He's now the only pilot trying win Hannah Brown's heart, since she already . However, unlike the other pilot, Peter showed up on the first night in his uniform - and Hannah seemed to love the entrance. Peter is 27 years old and from Westlake Village, CA, about 40 minutes from Los Angeles. But even the sunny West Coast can't keep him in one place for long. You could say that being a pilot is embedded into Peter's DNA. His dad is a pilot and his mom was a flight attendant, and that's the adorable way they met. Peter's younger brother, Jack, is keeping the tradition going as the . "I've always wanted to be a pilot, ever since I was a little kid," Peter said on the first episode. "[I've] grown up in an aviation family." In March 2018, Peter announced that he was taking on a new adventure. Let's just say that you may spot him as the pilot on your next flight. "I've wanted to become a major airline pilot my entire life and today I'm so excited to announce I've accepted an offer to ," he captioned an Instagram photo. Related: As a pilot, you'd think that Peter gets to visit some pretty awesome places - and you'd be right! One scroll through his Instagram gives you a glimpse at the incredible places he has visited, with Switzerland, Greece, and Mexico being some of the recent spots. He's clearly a spontaneous guy, so we hope Hannah can keep up with Peter's on-the-go personality. He once took a girl on a for dinner, according to his ABC bio, so it doesn't sound like "boring" is an adjective to describe a typical date with him. When Peter isn't flying, he enjoys snowboarding, watching football, and line dancing. He has even flown on his favorite team, the Seattle Seahawks. The only thing that keeps this pilot grounded is his dog, Tripp. Maybe Hannah will be the second? We have to see if he makes it to !
House Democrats are moving aggressively to defend their majority, and rushing to protect the seats they hold in districts that supported the president in 2016.
season 15 contestant Garrett is a golf pro, but his profession isn't what has fans talking. Garrett is already making waves for all of the things he has in common with Hannah, which could make him one to watch this season, not to mention his cringingly sweet comment to Hannah when he stepped out of the limo. He told her he wanted to be her hole in one. Well hello there, Garrett! Anyway, Garrett is from Alabama - Birmingham, to be exact. And his ABC profile notes that he's a "humble country boy," which sounds like just the type of person who'd be perfect for Miss Alabama USA herself. Even emphasizes some of those similarities. Apparently, Garrett's sister-in-law originally signed him up for the show after seeing how much he and Hannah had in common. Like Hannah, Garrett went to school at a large university in the South. He's a , and it looks like he has plenty of school spirit, just like Hannah. Only time will tell if these two actually hit it off as season 15 continues. But distance can be a major factor for Bachelor Nation couples trying to make things work after filming ends, so sharing a home state already gives Garrett a sizable advantage over . If Hannah's looking for a fellow Southerner, Garrett could be the one to take home the final rose.
The escalation rattled markets and thrust the world’s two largest economies, which had seemed on the brink of resolving their differences, back into confrontation.
The United States and China escalated their trade dispute on Monday as Beijing announced higher tariffs and the Trump administration prepared to tax all Chinese imports.