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HGTV’s ‘Flip or Flop’ starring Christina Anstead, Tarek El Moussa renewed for ninth season

Flip or Flop” fans can rejoice: the HGTV series has been renewed for another season.

The network announced on Thursday that the hit show, starring Christina Anstead and Tarek El Moussa, would be back in August 2020 for season nine.

The new set of episodes will mark the third time the former couple has filmed together since their 2016 split, according to People magazine.

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As seen on ‘Flip or Flop,’ real estate partners, Christina Anstead and Tarek El Moussa, pose as they pick out tiles for the kitchen of this Yorba Linda, Calif. home which they are hoping to flip for a profit. (Courtesy of HGTV)

TAREK EL MOUSSA TALKS HIS TWO NEW HGTV SERIES AND CO-PARENTING

In a statement, Jane Latman, the president of HGTV, said: “Christina and Tarek’s relatable, personal journey attracts millions of viewers who now have a true emotional stake in their story and want to see more. Their story is real, compelling and filled with the hallmarks of HGTV hits — family and unforgettable personalities with home-related expertise who are passionate about the work that turns houses into homes.” 

El Moussa, 38, and Anstead, 36, finalized their divorce in January 2018. They share 9-year-old daughter Taylor and 4-year-old son Brayden.

TAREK EL MOUSSA DIDN’T ‘ANTICIPATE’ DIVORCE FROM CHRISTINA ANSTEAD: ‘I’VE LEARNED A LOT’

Anstead has since married TV presenter Ant Anstead with whom she shares a 3-month-old son, Hudson. Meanwhile, El Moussa has been dating luxury real estate agent Heather Rae Young, who is also featured on the Netflix series “Selling Sunset.”

“Things have changed since season one — we’re different people with different lives,” El Moussa previously told Fox News of the pair going their separate ways.

CHRISTINA ANSTEAD ON FINDING THE ONE AGAIN IN HUSBAND ANT FOLLOWING DIVORCE

Still, the one thing that has remained super important to the former couple and business partners is their two little ones — So much so, that Christina Anstead ultimately sold her Yorba Linda, Calif., home last year and moved to Newport Beach where she lives just “two blocks away” from El Moussa.

“So before that whole transferring the kids back-and-forth and doing the schools and the sports when we weren’t living close together can be a little difficult,” she explained to Fox News in May. “So living closer together is just so much easier for so many reasons. You know if you forget something in a backpack I can easily drop it off. Everything is just so local.

“It’s just easier for everybody. Everybody is happier,” she added.

On Tuesday, the pair reunited to support their daughter at her Christmas performance.

CHRISTINA ANSTEAD OPENS UP ABOUT ‘CHALLENGING’ FEW YEARS, LANDING NEW HGTV SERIES ‘CHRISTINA ON THE COAST’ 

“Tay’s Christmas performance was sooo cute!! glad my dad got to come too ♥️ We all sit together- my family and Tarek’s family,” the HGTV starlet wrote on Instagram.

She continued: “A couple people acknowledged how nice this is- I know there are a lot of divorced couples (including Tarek’s mom and dad) who do this too and it’s honestly easier for everyone. Plus Taylor’s face lights up when she sees us all in the same row supporting her.”

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For fans who can’t wait to see El Moussa and Anstead again on the small screen, their own individual projects are set to launch before next summer, with season two of “Christina on the Coast” premiering on Jan. 2 and El Moussa’s new original series, “Flipping 101 w/ Tarek El Moussa,” set to air in early 2020.

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Trump Campaign Posts Bizarre Photo Edit Of Trump’s Face On Greta Thunberg’s Body

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On the heels of President Donald Trump slamming 16-year-old climate activist Greta Thunberg on Twitter, his reelection campaign shared a truly bizarre image of Trump’s head transposed on Thunberg’s body.

On Wednesday, Thunberg was named Time’s Person of the Year while Trump was named as a finalist. Clearly upset about his loss of the honor, the president ― a grown man ― quote-tweeted actor Roma Downey’s congratulatory message to the teenager with some biting words.

“So ridiculous. Greta must work on her Anger Management problem, then go to a good old fashioned movie with a friend! Chill Greta, Chill!” read Trump’s missive.

Thunberg took the tweet in stride, updating her Twitter bio moments later to read: “A teenager working on her anger management problem. Currently chilling and watching a good old fashioned movie with a friend.”

However, instead of leaving the conversation to end there, Trump’s official reelection campaign Twitter account took the situation an unhinged step further.

The account tweeted a list of “promises” Trump’s allegedly kept in an effort to enforce why he apparently should have won Person of the Year. Alongside this list was an edited iteration of Thunberg’s Time cover that featured Trump’s head on Thunberg’s body.

It’s unclear who specifically thought that was a good idea or made the edit. To say the image is disturbing is putting it mildly.

Unsurprisingly, the tweet was met with mixed reviews: 

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US, China reach phase one trade deal, source says

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The United States and China have agreed to the terms of a phase one trade deal with China, though the details are still being finalized, a source told FOX Business.

Earlier Thursday, President Trump tweeted about the ongoing trade war with China, saying “Getting VERY close to a BIG DEAL with China. They want it, and so do we!”

It came as Trump and U.S. trade negotiators met at the White House on Thursday, as another U.S. tariff hike on $160 billion of Chinese imports is due to take effect Sunday.

The two sides have increased tariffs on billions of dollars of each other’s imports in a fight over Beijing’s technology ambitions and trade surplus.

The conflict has disrupted global trade and threatened to chill economic growth.

The planned weekend U.S. tariff hike would extend punitive duties to almost everything the U.S. would buy from China. Imports last year totaled more than $500 billion.

TRUMP, US TRADE NEGOTIATORS TALK STRATEGY AS CHINA TARIFFS LOOM

China has retaliated by raising duties on $160 billion of American goods but has been running out of imports for retaliation due to the lopsided trade balance. Beijing also has tried to limit losses to its own economy by avoiding imposing tariffs on high-tech components and other goods required by Chinese manufacturers.

In a conciliatory gesture, China’s Ministry of Commerce announced Friday it was waiving punitive duties on U.S. soybeans and pork.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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British Election Exit Poll Predicts Win For Conservative Party

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The Conservative Party appeared set to win Britain’s general election late Thursday, according to the results of the country’s main exit poll.

Conservatives scored 368 seats, with Labour netting just 191, giving the Conservatives an expectedly large majority of 86 seats. The Scottish National Party won 55 seats, the centrist Liberal Democrats won 13, and smaller parties picked up a handful of others.

Brexit has been central to the campaign of Conservative Prime Minister Boris Johnson, who is pushing to leave the European Union by the end of January and called the election in hopes of shoring up conservative support. Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn, meanwhile, favors holding a second referendum. 

But with funding for the country’s National Health Service and other essential services at stake, Brexit was far from the only issue on voters’ minds as they stood in queue on a soggy day. 

In the U.K., broadcasters are prohibited by law from analyzing voting results until after the polls close at 10 p.m. local time. The exit poll, which is jointly funded by the largest broadcasters, gives journalists fodder for discussion until the final tally is announced, which will likely be early Friday morning. 

The poll, however, is known for its accuracy. 

This story is developing. Please check back soon for more. 

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Trump Campaign Posts Bizarre Photo Edit Of Trump’s Face On Greta Thunberg’s Body

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On the heels of President Donald Trump slamming 16-year-old climate activist Greta Thunberg on Twitter, his reelection campaign shared a truly bizarre image of Trump’s head transposed on Thunberg’s body.

On Wednesday, Thunberg was named Time’s Person of the Year while Trump was named as a finalist. Clearly upset about his loss of the honor, the president ― a grown man ― quote-tweeted actor Roma Downey’s congratulatory message to the teenager with some biting words.

“So ridiculous. Greta must work on her Anger Management problem, then go to a good old fashioned movie with a friend! Chill Greta, Chill!” read Trump’s missive.

Thunberg took the tweet in stride, updating her Twitter bio moments later to read: “A teenager working on her anger management problem. Currently chilling and watching a good old fashioned movie with a friend.”

However, instead of leaving the conversation to end there, Trump’s official reelection campaign Twitter account took the situation an unhinged step further.

The account tweeted a list of “promises” Trump’s allegedly kept in an effort to enforce why he apparently should have won Person of the Year. Alongside this list was an edited iteration of Thunberg’s Time cover that featured Trump’s head on Thunberg’s body.

It’s unclear who specifically thought that was a good idea or made the edit. To say the image is disturbing is putting it mildly.

Unsurprisingly, the tweet was met with mixed reviews: 

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Niger terror attack: ISIS-linked militants claim responsibility for massacre

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Islamic State (ISIS)-linked militants claimed responsibility for an attack on a military installation in western Niger near the border of Mali on Wednesday, which killed at least 71 people and left 12 injured.

The SITE intelligence group, which tracks jihadist media, said fighters from the Islamic State’s West Africa Province (ISWAP) claimed responsibility for the attack, according to CBS News. The group splintered off from Boko Haram and is made up of 3,000 men.

The onslaught took place on Tuesday and caused President Mahamadou Issoufou to cut his overseas trip to Egypt short so he could return home to deal with the crisis.

The terrorist group reportedly numbered in the hundreds and was heavily armed as they descended upon the unsuspecting military camp. Niger’s defense ministry claimed “a substantial number of terrorists were neutralized” in the process.

Two years ago, four U.S. service members were killed, along with four Nigerien soldiers, when they were ambushed by militants just 30 miles from the sight of this week’s carnage.

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The violence erupted just days before a summit where French President Emmanuel Macron was set to address the role of French soldiers in West African’s Sahel region. The area has been seen as a hotbed of terrorist activity, Islamic extremism and kidnapping.

Nigerien and French forces have been unable to quell the violence as reports of military outpost attacks have increased, due to their cache of weapons and vehicles.

The extremists are reportedly taking advantage of the area’s instability in an attempt to initiate a jihadist takeover.

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After intervening in 2013 to oust various jihadists from power, France has now launched its biggest overseas military operation in West and Central Africa to assist with the threat.

Macron is expected to clarify France’s future role in the region during this week’s summit with West African leaders.

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Trump Campaign Posts Bizarre Photo Edit Of Trump’s Face On Greta Thunberg’s Body

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On the heels of President Donald Trump slamming 16-year-old climate activist Greta Thunberg on Twitter, his reelection campaign shared a truly bizarre image of Trump’s head transposed on Thunberg’s body.

On Wednesday, Thunberg was named Time’s Person of the Year while Trump was named as a finalist. Clearly upset about his loss of the honor, the president ― a grown man ― quote-tweeted actor Roma Downey’s congratulatory message to the teenager with some biting words.

“So ridiculous. Greta must work on her Anger Management problem, then go to a good old fashioned movie with a friend! Chill Greta, Chill!” read Trump’s missive.

Thunberg took the tweet in stride, updating her Twitter bio moments later to read: “A teenager working on her anger management problem. Currently chilling and watching a good old fashioned movie with a friend.”

However, instead of leaving the conversation to end there, Trump’s official reelection campaign Twitter account took the situation an unhinged step further.

The account tweeted a list of “promises” Trump’s allegedly kept in an effort to enforce why he apparently should have won Person of the Year. Alongside this list was an edited iteration of Thunberg’s Time cover that featured Trump’s head on Thunberg’s body.

It’s unclear who specifically thought that was a good idea or made the edit. To say the image is disturbing is putting it mildly.

Unsurprisingly, the tweet was met with mixed reviews: 

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U.S. Settles on Outline of Elusive Phase One Trade Deal

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The United States and China have settled on final terms of a phase one trade deal, moving both countries closer to signing a pact that President Trump originally announced in October, four people familiar with the negotiations said.

Mr. Trump met with his top economic advisers at the White House Thursday afternoon to discuss an arrangement that would slash the overall rate on the tariffs he has placed on $360 billion of goods by half, in return for Chinese commitments to purchase American agriculture and other concessions, the people said.

The president was widely expected to announce that he would delay or cancel new tariffs that were scheduled to go into effect on $160 billion of consumer products from China as of Sunday. On Thursday morning, he tweeted that the United States was closing in on a trade deal with China.

“Getting VERY close to a BIG DEAL with China. They want it, and so do we!,” the president wrote on Twitter on Thursday morning.

Mr. Trump has yet to make an official announcement, and some advisers have cautioned that the president is the final arbiter of whether there will be a deal. Both sides have said they were on the verge of a deal before, only to see those agreements collapse.

The Chinese embassy in Washington directed inquiries to the Ministry of Commerce in Beijing.

Stocks rose to a record on Thursday, with the S&P 500 gaining nearly 0.9 percent, and the yield on the 10-year Treasury note touched 1.91 percent, the highest level in almost a month.

The benchmark has been trading in record territory as investors anticipated a de-escalation of the trade war, and amid signs that the domestic economy is holding up.

“We’re encouraged that China and the United States seem on the verge of a breakthrough on the phase one negotiations,” said Myron Brilliant, the executive vice president of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce. “If accurate, it would be a positive first step in improving our commercial relationship at a time of great uncertainty.”

Mr. Trump announced in October that the United States and China had reached an agreement in principle on the first phase of a trade deal. But in the weeks since, a concrete agreement had proved elusive as the two countries continued to grapple over its precise terms.

Chinese negotiators pushed their American counterparts to remove as many of the existing tariffs as possible, while the Trump administration pushed China to make more purchases of soybeans, poultry and other goods to help relieve the pressure the trade war has put on American farmers.

To ensure that China keeps its commitments, the Trump administration has insisted on quarterly reviews, as well as an agreement that China’s agricultural purchases would not drop below a certain amount. If China violates the terms of the agreement, tariffs that the Trump administration had removed would snap back into place.

China has been willing to discuss purchases of American agriculture, especially since a disease has devastated its swine population and led to spiraling pork prices. But in previous discussions, Chinese negotiators had pushed back against promising set purchase amounts far-off into the future, saying such an arrangement could anger its trading partners and violate its commitments to the World Trade Organization to treat all members equally.

Some of Mr. Trump’s advisers have argued that the president does not need China to commit to the full $40-50 billion of agricultural purchases that he said he had secured earlier this year. Instead, they say, Mr. Trump should focus on getting China to purchase more than the record of $26 billion of agricultural goods it bought in 2012, which would allow him to claim on the campaign trail that he had secured the biggest trade deal with China ever. The deal would also require China to strengthen its protections for American intellectual property and open its financial markets to foreign firms, among other changes.

In recent months, American and Chinese officials have been locked in a contentious discussion of what proportion of American concerns about Chinese economic practices are being addressed in the Phase 1 deal, and whether a corresponding proportion of Mr. Trump’s tariffs should be rolled back. The Chinese had enumerated the American requests into a list of more than 100 items, and have argued that if they resolve half of them, then half of Mr. Trump’s existing tariffs should be removed.

Some American analysts have criticized the approach, saying a significant reduction could leave the United States with less leverage for the second- and third-phase discussions that are planned in the future, in which even more difficult subjects like Chinese subsidies would be included. They also point to the depreciation in China’s currency, the renminbi, this year, saying that drop would almost offset the impact of the tariffs.

But others say an across-the-board reduction in the rate of all existing tariffs does offer the Americans some advantages, including not having to pick and choose between industries that would receive tariff relief.

The last tranche of tariffs, which is scheduled to go into effect at 12:01 a.m. on Dec. 15, would extend levies to cover nearly every shoe, laptop and toy that the United States imports from China — a total of $539.5 billion of merchandise last year. Companies have been eagerly watching to see whether the administration would issue the official announcement that will stop those levies from going into effect.

Many of Mr. Trump’s advisers have been wary of increasing tariffs on China at a moment when negotiators from both sides are trying to reach agreement on the first phase of a trade deal. Still, the urge to delay the tariffs — or to reach a deal — has not been unanimous. Peter Navarro, Mr. Trump’s hawkish trade adviser, circulated a memo this week that makes the case for forging ahead with additional tariffs and delaying any deal until after the 2020 election.

Matt Phillips contributed reporting from New York.

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F.T.C. Said to Consider Injunction Against Facebook

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SAN FRANCISCO — The Federal Trade Commission is considering seeking a preliminary injunction against Facebook to prevent the social network from integrating several of its messaging services, according to three people with knowledge of the matter.

The agency has discussed how the Silicon Valley company is stitching together the technical infrastructure underlying WhatsApp, Instagram and Facebook Messenger, said the people, who spoke on the condition of anonymity because the talks are confidential.

The F.T.C. is weighing whether such an integration would make it harder to potentially break up Facebook, they said, especially if the agency determines that the company’s acquisitions of some of those apps reduced competition in social networking. The agency has not made a final decision about what to do, the people said.

The F.T.C. and Facebook declined to comment. The potential injunction was reported earlier by The Wall Street Journal.

Seeking an injunction of this kind would be an uncommon step for a federal antitrust agency because officials rarely consider unwinding mergers that have already closed. A majority of F.T.C. commissioners would need to approve the move in a formal vote, said an agency official who was not authorized to speak publicly.

The agency would face a high bar in court to show that Facebook was about to violate antitrust laws or already had, this person said. A court is unlikely to issue an injunction simply to give the commission more time to investigate, the person said.

For months, Mark Zuckerberg, Facebook’s chief executive, has been working to unify the technical systems of WhatsApp, Instagram and Facebook Messenger. That would allow Facebook’s more than 2.7 billion users to communicate across the platforms, so messages sent through WhatsApp could be received by users who have Facebook accounts and forwarded, in turn, to people on Instagram.

In March, Mr. Zuckerberg said he was trying to unify the apps so that people could engage more easily in private and encrypted communications.

“We’re building a foundation for social communication aligned with the direction people increasingly care about: messaging each other privately,” he said in an interview at the time. “I believe a privacy-focused communications platform will become even more important than today’s open platforms.”

But regulators and lawmakers have been concerned that an integration may make it more difficult to disentangle the apps in the future. In July, Facebook disclosed that the F.T.C. was investigating it over antitrust concerns. The Justice Department, Congress and state attorneys general are also examining whether Facebook has acted anticompetitively.

Leading antitrust academics and others have laid out a case to regulators for breaking up Facebook by unraveling its acquisitions of Instagram and WhatsApp. They have argued that the company made “serial defensive acquisitions” to protect its dominant position in the market for social networks.

In practice, the back-end infrastructure of many Facebook properties has been shared for some time. Facebook and Instagram both use the same architecture to run their advertising businesses, for example.

Mike Isaac reported from San Francisco, and Cecilia Kang from Washington. Jack Nicas contributed reporting from San Francisco, and David McCabe from Washington.

This is a developing story and will be updated.

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Holding back no more, Warren slams top rivals Biden and Buttigieg

MANCHESTER, N.H. – In some of Sen. Elizabeth Warren’s most pointed remarks in her nearly year-long bid for the White House, the Democratic presidential candidate — who in recent weeks has seen her poll numbers slip — fired away on Thursday at two of her top-tier rivals for her party’s nomination.

And while she didn’t name names, it was crystal clear the progressive senator was taking aim at the two leading center-left candidates — former Vice President Joe Biden and South Bend, Indiana Mayor Pete Buttigieg.

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“No other candidate has put out anything close to my sweeping plan to root out Washington corruption,” the Massachusetts Democrat touted as she gave a major address on the issue in New Hampshire, the state that holds the first primary in the race for the White House.

“Unlike some candidates for the Democratic nomination, I’m not counting on Republican politicians having an epiphany and suddenly supporting the kinds of tax increases on the rich or big business accountability that they have opposed under Democratic presidents for a generation,” Warren said in her speech.

The comment was an indirect jab at Biden, who has repeatedly highlighted on the campaign trail that if elected, he can work with Republicans to reach compromise.

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Warren also took aim at Biden and Buttigieg over their repeated attacks on her push for a government-run “Medicare-for-all” health care system, as well as other progressive policies the populist senator has pushed as she runs for the White House.

“Unlike some candidates for the Democratic nomination, I’m not betting my agenda on the naive hope that if Democrats adopt Republican critiques of progressive policies or make vague calls for unity that somehow the wealthy and well-connected will stand down,” Warren said during her address at the New Hampshire Institute of Politics at Saint Anselm College.

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Warren — who has eschewed fundraisers with top-dollar donors during her presidential bid as she instead focuses nearly entirely on small-dollar grassroots contributions — once again criticized Biden and Buttigieg for mingling with wealthy donors.

“They are spending their time in fundraisers with high-dollar donors, selling access to their time for money. Some of them have spent months blocking reporters from entering those fancy, closed-door affairs,” she said.

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And pointing to Buttigieg without naming him, she said the candidate “calls the people who raise a quarter-million dollars for him his ‘National Investors Circle,’ and he offers them regular phone calls and special access. When a candidate brags about how beholden he feels to a group of wealthy investors, our democracy is in serious trouble.”

Asked after her speech if she’s the only Democratic White House hopeful who can fix what she says is a broken system of government, the senator — again pointing to her rivals — told reporters: “We know how bad the problems are right now. No one is proposing the kinds of solutions that address those problems.”

The increased aggressiveness in going after her top-tier rivals appears to be part of Warren’s shaking up of her routine, which also includes altering her format on the campaign trail to include more interaction with voters. The moves come as the one-time co-front-runner in the Democratic nomination race has seen her poll numbers deteriorate the past month in national surveys and, more importantly, in polls in New Hampshire and Iowa, the state that kicks off the primary and caucus presidential nominating calendar.

Thanks to repeated pressure from Warren in recent days, Buttigieg announced on Sunday that he would open up his closed-door fundraisers to media coverage, similar to what the Biden campaign has done this election cycle.

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Following Warren’s address, the Buttigieg campaign returned fire.

“Senator Warren’s idea of how to defeat Donald Trump is to tell people who don’t support her that they are unwelcome in the fight and that those who disagree with her belong in the other party. We need to move beyond the politics and divisiveness that is tearing this country apart and holding us back,” Buttigieg senior advisor Lis Smith said in a statement.

Fox News reached out to Biden’s campaign, but they declined to respond to Warren’s criticisms.

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