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The quarterback carousel doesn’t appear to be stopping in Pittsburgh any time soon. The Steelers acquired Justin Fields in a low risk trade with the Chicago Bears last month in exchange for a conditional sixth-round draft pick in next year’s draft, but according to ESPN, Pittsburgh does not plan to pick up Fields’ $25 million fifth-year option.  Justin Fields, #1 of the Chicago Bears, takes off running during the first half against the Green Bay Packers at Lambeau Field on January 7, 2024, in Green Bay, Wisconsin.  (John Fisher/Getty Images)The decision comes after the Steelers signed Russell Wilson to a one-year deal on the league’s $1.21 million veteran’s minimum salary, meaning both quarterbacks will be jostling for a contract extension by the end of the season. CLICK HERE FOR MORE SPORTS COVERAGE ON FOXNEWS.COMDuring the annual NFL owners meeting in Florida last month, head coach Mike Tomlin leaned into Wilson’s experience but said that Fields will have the opportunity to compete for the starting role."We’re not resistant to competition, but as I’ve mentioned several times of late, I just think it’s appropriate to establish positioning. . . . and the term that I’ve used is Russell has pole position," Tomlin said. "And why do I use that term? Because during this time where we are not formally working, I just think it’s beneficial. His experience in the National Football League, his process has been honed and perfected." Justin Fields #1 of the Chicago Bears warms up before a game against the Green Bay Packers at Lambeau Field on January 07, 2024 in Green Bay, Wisconsin. (Patrick McDermott/Getty Images)NFL EXEC COULD SEE STEELERS 'MOVING ON' FROM RUSSELL WILSON AFTER TRAINING CAMP: REPORT"All the things that people really committed to winning do this time of the year, Russell has those resources, that structure," Tomlin continued. "And so that’s why I say he has pole position. It just creates a synergy that I think is good for this time of year. When it’s time to compete and we get in training camp-like settings and we’re going to stadiums and so forth, obviously Justin will be given an opportunity to show people."Once looked to as the future of the Bears organization, Fields was traded after just three seasons in Chicago. He completed 578 of 958 passes for 6,674 yards with 40 touchdowns and 30 interceptions during that time.  Justin Fields, #1 of the Chicago Bears, scrambles in the game against the Atlanta Falcons at Soldier Field on December 31, 2023, in Chicago, Illinois.  (Justin Casterline/Getty Images)CLICK HERE TO GET THE FOX NEWS APPHe has just one 300-yard passing game in his career.Meanwhile, the Steelers have undergone a complete transformation of their quarterback room. Kenny Pickett asked for a trade shortly after Wilson’s arrival, Mitch Trubisky was cut and Mason Rudolph signed with the Tennessee Titans. The Associated Press contributed to this report.Follow Fox News Digital’s sports coverage on X, and subscribe to the Fox News Sports Huddle newsletter. 
Although "The Golden Bachelor" finale ended with a love story, things quickly went up in flames.Gerry Turner's daughter is condemning the hate her family has received since Turner and his bride, Theresa Nist, announced they were divorcing three months after tying the knot on national television.Angie Turner, one of Gerry's two daughters whom he shared with his late wife Toni, voiced her concerns on social media, noting that while the split has been obviously shocking to the public, the response has been difficult to navigate.'GOLDEN BACHELOR' STARS GERRY TURNER AND THERESA NIST DIVORCING 3 MONTHS AFTER TELEVISED WEDDING Gerry Turner's daughter Angie says the family has been subjected to "rage and cruelty" since her dad and Theresa Nist announced their divorce just three months after getting married. (Getty Images)"It’s no surprise the news of my Dad and Theresa choosing to split has sparked a range of emotions and opinions," she wrote to her Instagram. "I love how invested people were in the show, what an experience to have you along for the ride!""What has been disheartening is the level of rage and cruelty that our family has been met with," she revealed. The daughters of Gerry Turner, Angie Turner, left, and Jennie Young, stand behind Theresa Nist's daughter, Jen Woolston, at their parents' wedding. (Eric McCandless/Disney via Getty Images)LIKE WHAT YOU’RE READING? CLICK HERE FOR MORE ENTERTAINMENT NEWS"My Dad and Theresa are kind, good people that made this decision for them, no one else. I kindly urge everyone to remember that behind every story, there are real people with real feelings.""To all those that have chosen to show my dad, Theresa and our family love and compassion…Thank you from the bottom of my heart." Gerry Turner and Theresa Nist married on national television in January, only to announce their divorce in April. (Eric McCandless/Disney via Getty Images)Little is known about the couple's quick split, other than what the couple shared themselves during an appearance on "Good Morning America" earlier this month.  Turner explained, "Theresa and I have had a number of heart-to-heart conversations, and we’ve looked closely at our situation, our living situation, so forth and -- and we’ve kind of come to the conclusion mutually that it’s probably time for us to -- dissolve our marriage."Turner currently resides in Indiana while Nist lives in New Jersey. The couple had previously spoken about relocating to South Carolina together. Gerry Turner shared that, given their living situations and other factors, he and Theresa Nist recognized the best thing to do was go their separate ways. (john Fleenor/Disney via Getty Images)CLICK HERE TO SIGN UP FOR THE ENTERTAINMENT NEWSLETTERNist added, "We have received so much love and support from so many people who watched ‘The Golden Bachelor,’ and I don’t think we can tell you how many people told us that it gave them so much hope. We want none of that to change for anybody."The couple reiterated that previous allegations made by a supposed ex-girlfriend of Turner's did not contribute to the demise of their relationship. Gerry Turner's ex made unfavorable allegations about him in an expose from The Hollywood Reporter. (Photo by RB/Bauer-Griffin/GC Images via Getty Images)CLICK HERE TO GET THE FOX NEWS APPBefore the highly anticipated finale in December, The Hollywood Reporter highlighted inconsistencies in Turner's portrayal on the reality show, predominately about his employment history and dating life.At the time, Turner addressed many of the unfavorable allegations made against him, mostly by a woman claiming to be his ex-girlfriend. He said there was "just enough truth" in the article to make it elicit the negative reaction it has. 
Join Fox News for access to this content You have reached your maximum number of articles. Log in or create an account FREE of charge to continue reading. Please enter a valid email address. By entering your email and pushing continue, you are agreeing to Fox News' Terms of Use and Privacy Policy, which includes our Notice of Financial Incentive. To access the content, check your email and follow the instructions provided. Having trouble? Click here.Michael Avenatti, who previously served as an attorney for adult film star Stormy Daniels, said on Wednesday that the court case New York v. Trump against former President Donald Trump is "grossly unfair."Joining "Hannity" via phone from prison, Avenatti said his characterization of the trial may come as a surprise to many people.He admitted that while he and Trump may disagree on 95% of issues, they both agree that the politicization of high-profile cases in the United States, particularly this example, is "gross, uncalled for and flat out wrong.""This is an effort to deprive millions of Americans of their choice for president," Avenatti said. "This guy has been indicted now in four cases up and down the entire east coast. Sean, in this country, we don't have serial killers who are prosecuted at the same time in four different cases."MICHAEL AVENATTI DEFENDS TRUMP AS 'VICTIM OF THE SYSTEM' IN HUSH MONEY CASE, SAYS HE'S BEING TARGETED Michael Avenatti, who is serving 19 years in prison, said via telephone that the cases against former President Donald Trump are "grossly unfair." (Nuccio DiNuzzo/Spencer Platt/Getty Images)Avenatti added that the timing is wrong, the case is wrong and Trump is not receiving due process.Host Sean Hannity noted Avenatti was once called the "most dangerous enemy" of Trump and was even floated by some pundits as a presidential contender.Avenatti said his evolving attitudes are a product of him being "ground through the system," learning more about the way the media operates and what it is like when the government comes for you."They say you can't teach an old dog new tricks—well, I guess that's not true because I've certainly grown a lot, learned a lot over the last five years and that's why I'm saying what I'm saying right now and I firmly believe it," Avenatti continued.Avenatti previously told Fox News Digital that the cases against Trump are "absolutely overkill."IMPRISONED ATTORNEY MICHAEL AVENATTI DOES SURPRISE INTERVIEW WITH MSNBC ON TRUMP HUSH MONEY CASE Michael Avenatti spoke with Fox News Digital from his prison in California. (Screenshot/FNC)"I certainly see him as a victim of the system," he said. "And that's something that I never thought I would say. So if Michael Avenatti is coming to his defense, and I was one of his staunchest opponents for a very significant period of time, that should tell people something."Avenatti, an inmate at minimum-security Terminal Island federal prison in California, has been in contact with the Trump defense team about possibly testifying in the New York case and says he'd tell the truth if called to the stand. A source close to the Trump legal team confirmed those conversations to Fox News Digital.Avenatti is currently serving a 14 year sentence in prison following multiple criminal convictions.CLICK HERE TO GET THE FOX NEWS APPFox News' David Rutz contributed to this report. 
Monica Lewinsky went viral on Wednesday after joining a social media trend involving one of Taylor Swift's new songs as she referenced her time in the White House with former President Bill Clinton. Lewinsky's post, which has over 6 million views as of Thursday morning, references one of Swift's new songs, "Who's Afraid of Little Old Me?" off her new album, "The Tortued Poets Department." Social media users started sharing lyrics from the song, "you wouldn't last an hour in the asylum where they raised me," along with an image referencing a personal memory or anecdote from their past.Lewinsky posted a photo of the White House, along with the Swift lyrics.  Monica Lewinsky went viral on Wednesday after posting a Taylor Swift-themed Bill Clinton joke on social media.  (Left: (Photo by John Nacion/WireImage), Center: (Photo by: Nathan Congleton/NBC/NBCU Photo Bank via Getty Images), Right:  (Photo by Gilbert Flores/Billboard via Getty Images))TAYLOR SWIFT LYRICS APPEAR TO TAKE AIM AT KIM KARDASHIAN ON NEW ALBUMLewinsky, a former White House intern, found herself in the middle of a political scandal in the 1990s after having an affair with Clinton while he was president. The affair resulted in an impeachment trial for Clinton, but he was ultimately acquitted by the Senate and served the rest of his term. Lewinsky's tweet received praise on social media, as some users claimed she "won" the trend. Others suggested everyone else joining in on the Swift reference should give up.After the scandal, Lewinsky became outspoken about cyberbullying and online harassment. She also co-produced the third season of "American Crime Story," which focused on the Lewinsky-Clinton political scandal. The series aired right around the 2020 presidential election.  Monica Lewinsky attends The 23rd Annual Webby Awards on May 13, 2019, in New York City. (Photo by Noam Galai/Getty Images for Webby Awards)MONICA LEWINSKY DETAILS BILL CLINTON AFFAIR, TERRIFYING MEETING WITH INVESTIGATORS IN NEW DOCClinton recently appeared at a Democratic fundraiser alongside President Biden and former President Obama, which was hosted by late night host Stephen Colbert.The fundraiser raised over $25 million for Biden's re-election campaign. A photo with all three presidents cost attendees $100,000.  Former President Bill Clinton and former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton arrive for an official State Dinner held by President Joe Biden in honor of Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida at the White House in Washington, U.S., April 10, 2024.  (REUTERS/Bonnie Cash)CLICK HERE TO GET THE FOX NEWS APPSwift surprised fans with an additional 15 new songs after the initial release of her album on April 19. The album became the most streamed album in a single day in history on Spotify within 12 hours of its release, according to Billboard. 
Published7 minutes agoShareclose panelShare pageCopy linkAbout sharingImage source, ReutersBy Mattea BubaloBBC NewsHaiti's Prime Minister Ariel Henry resigned on Thursday as a new council was sworn in to lead the country gripped by deadly gang violence.A recent outbreak of violence forced officials to move the ceremony from the National Palace to the outgoing prime minister's office.Mr Henry agreed to step down last month after armed groups blocked his return to the country.Gangs now control most of the capital, Port-au-Prince.They have capitalised on the power vacuum left by the prime minister's exit and expanded their control over swathes of the country, which has effectively become lawless in places.Mr Henry said he would resign after being prevented from returning from Kenya, where he had signed a deal to import a multinational security force in a bid to restore law and order. His resignation was formally presented in a letter signed in Los Angeles, dated 24 April.Nine members of the transitional council have now been sworn in, seven of which have voting powers. Mr Henry's finance minister, Patrick Boisvert, will serve as the interim prime minister.The council will try to restore order and democratic rule in Haiti, and is backed by other Caribbean nations and the US.It will set the agenda of a new Cabinet, form a national security council and appoint an electoral commission to pave the way to a vote.Its non-renewable mandate will expire on 7 February 2026, when a new president is expected to be sworn in.Image source, Getty ImagesThursday's swearing-in ceremony itself was caught up in the gang violence sweeping the country.Gunfire heard near the National Palace, where it was meant to take place, forced a change of venue to the prime minister's office, known as Villa d'Accueil.Gangs who had previously attacked the palace promised to derail the ceremony. On Wednesday, police used tear gas to disperse crowds on nearby streets.One of Haiti's most powerful gang leaders, Jimmy Chérizier, issued a threat in a social media video: "Whether or not you're installed, this message is for you: Brace yourselves."Mr Chérizier, also known as Barbecue, is the most prominent figure in a loose alliance of gangs known as Viv Ansanm (Live Together), which controls around 80% of Port-au-Prince. Last month, he said he would consider laying down weapons if armed groups were allowed to take part in talks to establish the new government.He said he was "not proud" of the spiralling violence in Haiti, and warned the crisis could continue if groups like his - which rail against "corrupt politicians" - are not part of a future government.Haiti situation 'catastrophic' and growing worse - UNThe situation in Haiti was described as "cataclysmic" by the United Nations in a report published last month.It said more than 1,500 people had been killed and 800 injured in the first three months of 2024. The report detailed the "harrowing practices" of the gangs, which are accused of using extreme violence and sexual abuse as a means of punishment and control.Aid groups have reported difficulties in getting food and water into the capital, warning that millions are unable to find sustenance - with some on the verge of famine.Haiti: The basicsThe Caribbean country shares a border with the Dominican Republic and has an estimated population of 11.5 millionIt has a land area of 27,800 sq km, which is slightly smaller than Belgium and about the same size as the US state of MarylandChronic instability, dictatorships and natural disasters in recent decades have left Haiti the poorest nation in the Americas An earthquake in 2010 killed more than 200,000 people and caused extensive damage to infrastructure and the economyA UN peacekeeping force was put in place in 2004 to help stabilise the country and only withdrew in 2017In July 2021, President Jovenel Moïse was assassinated by unidentified gunmen in Port-au-Prince. Amid political stalemate, the country continues to be wracked by unrest and gang violenceMore on this storyPowerful gang leader demands role in Haiti talksPublished30 MarchHaiti situation 'catastrophic' and growing worse - UNPublished2 days ago
Nearly two thirds of Americans believe illegal immigration is a real crisis, and not a media narrative, according to a poll published on Thursday. The Axios survey conducted by The Harris Poll also found that 51% of Americans would support mass deportations of illegal immigrants, which included 42% of Democrats, 46% of Independents and 68% of Republicans. Illegal immigration remains a top issue for voters in the upcoming election, amid a record number of border crossings since President Biden took office.The Biden administration ranks higher than any other factor in who is to blame for the border crisis, the survey found, as 32% believe it is "most responsible."  A new poll found that nearly two thirds of Americans believe illegal immigration is a real crisis and not a media narrative.  (Left: (Photo by David Peinado/NurPhoto via Getty Images) Right: (Photo by Curtis Means-Pool/Getty Images) Right: (Photo by Anna Moneymaker/Getty Images))7.2M ILLEGALS ENTERED THE US UNDER BIDEN ADMIN, AN AMOUNT GREATER THAN POPULATION OF 36 STATESNearly 7.3 million migrants have illegally crossed the southwest border since President Biden took office in 2021, a number greater than the population of 36 individual states, Fox News reported in February."I think they're just sending a message to politicians: 'Get this under control,'" chairman of The Harris Poll and former Clinton pollster Mark Penn told Axios, adding that the results should serve as a warning to Biden."Efforts to shift responsibility for the issue to Trump are not going to work," Penn said of the president. Both Biden and former President Trump visited the southern border in late February, following news of multiple crimes allegedly carried out by illegal immigrants. A group of over 100 migrants attempting to enter the US illegally rush a border wall Thursday, March 21, 2024. In the process the migrants knock down Texas National Guardsmen before they are halted  by the border wall. (James Breeden for New York Post / Mega)ILLEGAL IMMIGRANT CHARGED IN ‘HORRIFIC’ CHILD SEX CRIME ARRESTED BY ICE AFTER POLICE LET HIM GOBoth Biden and Trump have blamed each other for the ongoing border crisis, as bills on border security remain tied up in Congress. A spokesperson for House Speaker Mike Johnson, R-La., suggested to Fox News Digital that the Democrat-controlled Senate won't pass any border security legislation this year. With Republicans and Democrats still far apart on the issue, House GOP leaders are relying on Trump to take back the White House next year for any meaningful border policy changes to take place, the spokesperson said.The poll found that 21% of Americans cited "increased crime rates, drugs and violence" as their biggest concern about the crisis. Eighteen percent said "the additional costs to taxpayers," and 17% cited a "risk of terrorism and national security." Americans generally support legal immigration, as 58% support "expanding legal pathways for orderly immigration. Forty-six percent said, "asylum seekers should be protected if their cases are legitimate." President Joe Biden and former President Donald Trump.  (Getty Images)CLICK HERE FOR THE FOX NEWS APPAxios' poll was conducted online from March 29-31, April 5-7, and April 12-14. "The data for this population is accurate to within +/- 1.5 percentage points using a 95% confidence level," the poll said. A Monmouth University poll released in February found that 61% of Americans say illegal immigration is a "very serious problem."The White House didn't immediately respond to a request for comment.Biden has repeatedly criticized the immigration system as "broken" and was harshly critical of Republicans who blocked a bipartisan border bill earlier this year, saying it was done for political reasons to assuage former President Trump. The White House called the bill's measures the "toughest and fairest reforms to secure the border we have had in decades."Republicans shot back that such rhetoric was "preposterous" and Biden owned the problem.Fox News' Elizabeth Elkind contributed to this report.


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