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“The Bourne Ultimatum:” Matt Damon returns as former CIA officer Jason Bourne trying to unravel the mystery of the past he cannot remember

MOVIES

“El Cantante” stars Marc Anthony as drug-addicted salsa singer Hector Lavoe, and his real-life wife Jennifer Lopez as Lavoe’s wife, Puchi.

“The Bourne Ultimatum:” Matt Damon returns as former CIA officer Jason Bourne trying to unravel the mystery of the past he cannot remember. In this third movie in the series, he finds help from a journalist Paddy Considine.

“Resurrecting the Champ” stars Samuel L. Jackson as a former boxing champ who is now homeless. A young reporter, played by Josh Hartnett, tries to help him get back on his feet.

“Underdog:” A beagle, voiced by Jason Lee, develops superpowers after he become involved with a crazy scientist’s experiment.

TV

The Independent Film Channel will air a four-part documentary miniseries, “Indie Sex,” Wednesday through Saturday at midnight EDT. Be forewarned, some of the imagery is very graphic. The series documents the way sex has been portrayed in the movies since the 19th century and is directed by Lisa Ades and Lesli Klainberg.

Nothing says summer like Shark Week, back for its 20th summer on Discovery Channel. Viewers can feed on this programming event as it fills the network’s schedule from Sunday through Saturday, 9 a.m. to 3 a.m., totaling more than 130 hours. Programs include “Deadly Stripes: Tiger Sharks,” Monday, 9 p.m. and “Shark Tribe,” Thursday, 9 p.m.

MUSIC

“New Impossibilities” by Yo-Yo Ma, Silk Road Ensemble includes both traditional and new music.

“Elvis Viva Las Vegas” includes Elvis Presley’s hit “Viva Las Vegas” and his version of the Righteous Brothers’ classic “You’ve Lost That Lovin’ Feeling.”

BOOKS

“Beyond Reach”by Karin Slaughter is the author’s sixth book in her Grant County Ga. series. Dr. Sara Linton and her husband, 부천 안마 police chief Jeffrey Tolliver, are investigating meth trafficking, white supremacy and deep family secrets. They must go through all these things in order to solve the mystery of detective Lena Adam’s escape from a hospital after being injured in an explosion.

“Settling Accounts Book IV: In at the Death” by history author Harry Turtledove finishes his 10-book saga of what would have happened had the Confederate states won the Civil War. After 80 years of independence, the South is on the losing side of World War II and must be brought back into the Union.

DVD

“300” stars Gerard Butler, Lena Headey, Dominic West and David Wenham in this movie about historic Battle of Thermopylae. It features additional scenes of the Traitorous Hunchback and Never-Before-Seen giant warriors. The movie is directed Zack Snyder.

“Lonely Hearts”, directed by Todd Robinson, stars John Travolta, James Gandolfini, Salma Hayek and Jared Leto. Travolta and Gandolfini play homicide detectives tracking down a pair of criminal lovers in the 1940s. It’s based on to true story of the Lonely Hearts killers.

THEATER

“Opus” opens Aug. 7, at the Off Broadway 59E59 Theaters. While members of a world-famous string quartet is preparing for their next big gig, their founder disappears. The replacement inspires them with her gifts, but things become heated during a rehearsal session for Beethoven’s Opus 131.

As the election approached, Yanukovych, awkward when speaking in public, tread carefully, sticking mostly with photo opportunities and bland statements to try to hang onto his lead

Yanukovych went ahead and declared victory, but his opponent Prime Minister Yulia Tymoshenko, a leader of Orange forces, rejected the exit poll data and said Sunday’s race was too close to call.

“It is too soon to draw any conclusions,” she said, urging supporters to fight for 전주 마사지 every ballot.

Ukraine’s Central Election Commission reported early Monday that opposition leader Yanukovych was leading Tymoshenko by 51.3 percent to 43.3 percent with 27.4 percent of the vote counted.

The National Election Poll exit survey predicted that after the count, Yanukovych would capture 48.5 percent of the vote to 45.7 percent for Tymoshenko, with other voters mostly choosing “Against all.” The 2.8 percentage point gap is only slightly larger than the NEP’s margin of error of plus or minus 2.5 percent.

The NEP poll initially showed Yanukovych with a 3.2 percentage point lead, but the later released revised figures. All other major exit polls had Yanukovych winning, some by larger margins.

The race narrowed sharply from the first round vote on Jan. 17, when Yanukovych held a 10 percent lead.

At the Yanukovych camp, top party officials broke into rapturous applause as they heard the exit polls announced, and Anna German, deputy head of Yanukovych’s Party of Regions, called on Tymoshenko to concede.

“The first rule for a true democrat is to accept defeat when that is the will of the people,” she said. “It is now Yulia Tymoshenko’s responsibility to do that.”

Tymoshenko has vowed to challenge a vote she claims was rigged by in Yanukovych’s favor, as it was in the 2004 elections that set off the Orange Revolution. After weeks of demonstrations, a court threw out the results of that 2000 vote contest and Yanukovych lost a court-ordered revote to Orange forces

Tymoshenko’s campaign chief Alexander Turchinov insisted Sunday there was evidence of fraud. “Intrigue still remains in place, we remain certain,” he said.

But Matyas Eorsi, head of the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe’s election observation mission, called the balloting “calm” and “professional” and said there was no evidence the vote had been stolen.

“We are 100 percent sure that this election was legitimate,” Eorsi said. “All the international community, and even more important, the Ukrainian public can accept this result.”

A preliminary report by international monitors is expected later Monday.

Mikhail Okhendovsky, a member of Ukraine’s Central Election Commission, said the board had no evidence of large scale falsification but expects that the loser will challenge the results in court anyway.

“In keeping with the traditions of Ukrainian elections, the loser never accepts defeat,” he said before the polls closed.

The Central Election Commission projected the turnout among Ukraine’s 37 million voters at about 70 percent, 3.2 percentage points higher than the Jan. 17 first-round vote in which 18 candidates competed.

Early figures showed a heavier turnout in Yanukovych’s strongholds in Ukraine’s Russian-speaking east than in Tymoshenko’s districts in the country’s Ukrainian-speaking west.

Tymoshenko’s impassioned leadership of the 2004 Orange protests made her an international celebrity, and she fought hard in recent weeks to rekindle the heady emotions those days. At one point she debated an empty lectern to dramatize her opponent’s refusal to debate her.

She sought to depict herself as a populist whose appeal crossed Ukraine’s east-west divide but she bore the scars of five years of political battles with Yanukovych and her sometime Orange ally, outgoing President Viktor Yushchenko, and has struggled to cope with Ukraine’s severe economic crisis.

Ukraine has been among the hardest-hit nations in the global credit crunch. Its currency crashed in 2008, wiping out almost half of people’s savings, and the International Monetary Fund had to step in with a $16.4 billion bailout. GDP plunged more than 14 percent in 2009 and the country is expected to have only anemic growth this year, according to the World Bank.

As the election approached, Yanukovych, awkward when speaking in public, tread carefully, sticking mostly with photo opportunities and bland statements to try to hang onto his lead.

He would not be drawn into a Russia-versus-West debate, and pledged to balance ties between Ukraine’s diverse neighbors.

“Ukraine will never be a friend with Russia at the expense of Europe, or Europe at the expense of Russia,” said Boris Kolesnikov, deputy leader of Yanukovych’s Party of Regions. “That will guide the foreign policy under the Yanukovych presidency.”

But Yanukovych represents the hopes of many Russian speakers in eastern Ukraine, who feel they have been relegated to second-class status behind the urban elite who favored the Orange reform forces.

Yanukovych supporters have been camped out in front of the Central Election Commission headquarters and other key points in Kiev in an apparent effort to prevent Tymoshenko supporters from staging mass demonstrations like those of the Orange revolt.

If Yanukovych wins, it will be an impressive reversal of fortune. During the 2004 protests, foes cast him as a Kremlin lackey. But he battled back, serving for a time as prime minister under his main Orange adversary, Yushchenko.

He gained ground as voters said they were weary of broken promises, a dysfunctional economy and political chaos under the Orange government.

Casting his ballot in Kiev, once an Orange bastion, Yanukovych said the election would mark the “first step in overcoming the crisis.”

“The people of Ukraine deserve a better life, so I voted for positive changes, stability and a strong Ukraine,” he said.

Tymoshenko voted in her hometown, the industrial center of Dnipropetrovsk, in Yanukovych’s stronghold of eastern Ukraine.

“I voted for a new Ukraine — a beautiful and European Ukraine — and for people to live happily. I will serve Ukraine with all my heart,” Tymoshenko said, standing next to her husband.

Sunday’s vote may shift the balance of power in Ukraine, but it will not heal the country’s deep divisions.

“I am voting against the return of our Soviet past,” 40-year-old businessman Vladimir Khivrenko said at a polling station near the Maidan, the central square in Kiev, the capital. “Tymoshenko has promised us a new path to Europe, and I believe her.”

Tatyana Volodaschuk, 60, said she was sick of political uncertainty.

“I want stability and order,” she said. “Yanukovych offers us the guarantee of a normal life.”

Harold Perrineau, who plays the character last seen betraying his fellow crash survivors to save himself and his son, will return to the show next season, ABC said Wednesday

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ABC Entertainment President Stephen McPherson didn’t offer any details of what’s in store for Michael. He also didn’t say whether Walt, the son played by Malcolm David Kelley, will be seen again.

The pair fled the mysterious island where the crash victims were struggling to survive against the dangerous “Others,” with desperate Michael turning over his friends in exchange for escape.

The network had planned to make the “Lost” announcement at Comic-Con International, the comic book and pop-culture show starting Thursday in San Diego. But McPherson, speaking to a meeting of the Television Critics Association, was pressed for the information.

McPherson initially balked at talking, instead joking about what the announcement might be.

“I’ve cast Don Imus on ‘Lost,'” McPherson quipped.

Earlier this year, ABC said will run for 대전 마사지 three more seasons, concluding in 2009-10. The series will return for its fourth season in January.

Western powers blame Iran for rejecting an internationally endorsed plan to take Iranian low enriched uranium, further enriching it and return it in the form of fuel rods for the reactor – and in broader terms for turning down other overtures meant to diminish concerns about its nuclear agenda

Iran moved closer to being able to produce nuclear warheads Monday with formal notification that it will enrich uranium to higher levels, even while insisting that the move was meant only to provide fuel for its research reactor.

Iranian envoy Ali Asghar Soltanieh told The Associated Press that he informed the International Atomic Energy Agency of the decision to enrich at least some of its low-enriched uranium stockpile to 20 percent, considered the threshold value for highly enriched uranium.

Soltanieh, who represents Iran at the Vienna-based IAEA, also said that the U.N. agency’s inspectors now overseeing enrichment to low levels would be able to stay on site to fully monitor the process. And he blamed world powers for Iran’s decision, asserting that it was their fault that a plan that foresaw Russian and French involvement in supplying the research reactor had failed.

“Until now, we have not received any response to our positive logical and technical proposal,” he said. “We cannot leave hospitals and patients desperately waiting for radio isotopes” being produced at the Tehran reactor and used in cancer treatment, he added.

Western powers blame Iran for rejecting an internationally endorsed plan to take Iranian low enriched uranium, further enriching it and return it in the form of fuel rods for the reactor – and in broader terms for turning down other overtures meant to diminish concerns about its nuclear agenda.

At a news conference with French Defense Minister Herve Morin, U.S. Defense Secretary Robert Gates praised President Barack Obama’s attempts to engage the Islamic Republic diplomatically and chided Tehran for not reciprocating.

“No U.S. president has reached out more sincerely, and frankly taken more political risk, in an effort to try to create an opening for engagement for Iran,” he said. “All these initiatives have been rejected.”

Israel, Iran’s most implacable foe, said Iran’s enrichment plans are “additional proof of the fact that Iran is ridiculing the entire world.”

“The right response is to impose decisive and permanent sanctions on Iran,” said Israeli Defense Minister Ehud Barak.

Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad had already announced Sunday that his country would significantly enrich at least some of the country’s stockpile of uranium. Still, Monday’s notification to the IAEA was important as formal confirmation of the plan, particularly because of the rash of conflicting signals sent in recent months by Iranian officials on the issue.

Although material for the fissile core of a nuclear warhead must be enriched to a level of 90 percent or more, just getting its stockpile to the 20 percent mark would be a major step for the country’s nuclear program. While enriching to 20 percent would take about one year, using up to 2,000 centrifuges at Tehran’s underground Natanz facility, any next step – moving from 20 to 90 percent – would take only half a year and between 500-1,000 centrifuges.

Achieving the 20-percent level “would be going most of the rest of the way to weapon-grade uranium,” said David Albright, whose Washington-based Institute for Science and International Security tracks suspected proliferators.

Soltanieh declined to say how much of Iran’s stockpile – now estimated at 1.8 tons – would be enriched. Nor did he say when the process would begin. Albright said enriching to higher levels could begin within a day – or only in several months, depending on how far technical preparations had progressed.

Apparent technical problems could also slow the process, he said.

Iran’s enrichment program “should be like a Christmas tree in full light,” he said. “In fact, the lights are flickering.”

While Iran would be able to enrich up to 20 percent, 강남 안마 it is not considered technically sophisticated enough to turn that material into fuel rods for the Tehran reactor. A senior official from a member nation of the 35-country IAEA board said that issue cast Iran’s stated reason for higher enrichment into doubt.

Legal constraints could tie Iran’s hands as well. The senior official said he believed Tehran was obligated to notify the agency 60 days in advance of starting to enrich to higher levels.

The official asked for anonymity because he was not authorized to comment on the issue. The IAEA had no immediate comment.

On Sunday, Iranian officials said higher enrichment would start on Tuesday.

The Iranian move came just days after , which foresaw Tehran exporting the bulk of its low-enriched uranium to Russia for further enrichment and then conversion for fuel rods for the research reactor.

That plan was welcomed internationally because it would have delayed Iran’s ability to make nuclear weapons by shipping out about 70 percent of its low-enriched uranium stockpile, thereby leaving it with not enough to make a bomb. Tehran denies nuclear weapons ambitions, insisting it needs to enrich to create fuel for an envisaged nuclear reactor network.

The proposal was endorsed by the U.S., Russia, China, Britain, France and Germany – the six powers that originally elicited a tentative approval from Iran in landmark talks last fall. Since then, however, mixed messages from Tehran have infuriated the U.S. and its European allies, who claim Iran is only stalling for time as it attempts to build a nuclear weapon.

Even before Iran’s formal notification of the IAEA, some of those nations criticized the plan and suggested it would be met by increased pressure for new penalties on the Islamic Republic.

Iran has defied five U.N. Security Council resolutions – and three sets of U.N. sanctions – aimed at pressuring it to freeze enrichment, and has instead steadily expanded its program.

Iran’s enrichment plans “would be a deliberate breach” of the resolutions, the British Foreign Office said. In Berlin, Ulrich Wilhelm, the spokesman for German Chancellor Angela Merkel, said Germany and its allies were watching developments and were prepared to “continue along the path of raising diplomatic pressure.”By Associated Press Writer George Jahn; AP writers Danica Kirka in London, Anne Flaherty in Paris and Geir Moulson in Berlin contributed to this report

​Contact lens infection acanthamoeba keratitis leads to man losing his eye

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Long-time paramedic Andrew Carthew, 59, wore prescription contact lenses for years and said he was always careful not to sleep or shower or swim with them in. But in June of 2015, he woke one morning with a “weepy eye,” the UK’s Daily Mail reported online. 

He thought it was conjunctivitis, a common, treatable eye infection.

But the eye became painful and sensitive to bright light within a day or two, Carthew said. He ended up in the emergency room. His symptoms didn’t improve and he soon learned he had a rare infection called acanthamoeba keratitis — a serious condition caused by an amoeba. 

Symptoms of acanthamoeba keratitis include:

Doctors can diagnose the infection based on symptoms, or the amoeba can also be identified by a scraping of the eye or by viewing it through a process called confocal microscopy.

The infection is treated with one or more prescription medications. In Carthew’s case, antibiotics did not help, 부산 안마 so his doctors then performed a corneal transplant. But the infection was so severe they finally had no choice but to remove his eye.

After a year in and out of medical care and adjusting to the loss of the eye, UK news outlets are reporting that Carthew is now getting the word out to help other contact lens wearers avoid the same fate.

The parasite is common in nature, where it can be found in lakes and oceans, the soil and even air. It’s also present in tap water. About 85 percent of infections occur in people wearing contacts that got contaminated.

Normally, only about one to two cases of infection per million contact lens users occur in the United States, according to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. But between 2005 and 2007, an acanthamoeba keratitis outbreak infected at least 138 people in 35 states.

About 41 million Americans wear contact lenses, and while they are typically a safe and effective alternative to glasses, they can cause serious problems if wearers don’t follow instructions on how to care for them.

“While patients, especially younger patients, are really excited about being fitted with contact lenses, I stress to them that contact lenses are medical devices that have to be properly fitted, evaluated and that they must adhere to proper contact lens care,” Dr. Andrea Thau of the American Optometric Association (AOA), told CBS News in August when a new CDC report came out warning contact lens users to be vigilant about eye care.

Here’s what to do to avoid infections and other vision complications, according to the AOA:

You can’t be careful enough, as Carthew learned. A health professional himself, he said he followed contact lens cleaning guidelines, but he said that it’s possible he handled his lenses with unwashed hands at some point, which might have led to his infection.

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“I am in the moderator’s chair,” Goldberg said as she sat in O’Donnell’s former post.

After the women embraced each other, Goldberg told Walters she’d watched the show once or twice. “I love hanging out with you guys,” she said. “It’s wonderful, it’s a great opportunity to have some fun.”

Goldberg said she is looking forward to the hot topics segment the most. And the least? “Trying to get in between all everyone talking at one time,” she said.

The Los Angeles Times reported Friday that Goldberg and frequent guest host Sherri Shepherd were in final negotiations to join the show. A source tells The ShowBuzz that the show was interested in working with Shepherd but an agreement could not be reached.

Goldberg, 51, gives “View” creator Barbara Walters a big name to replace O’Donnell, 부산 마사지 who quit the show in May.

In less than a year on the show, the brash O’Donnell was a never-ending source of headlines for her feuds with Donald Trump and co-star Elisabeth Hasselbeck. Despite the near-constant need for damage control, ratings shot up.

Goldberg is one of the few performers to earn Emmy, Grammy, Tony and Academy awards in her versatile career.

It reportedly will air next week

Richie, the 25-year-old daughter of pop singer Lionel Richie, was subdued and 대구 안마 somber as she was lectured about her driving. She entered court on the arm of boyfriend Joel Madden.

Richie, who’s rumored to be pregnant but has not confirmed it, wore a loose-fitting, knee-length black dress and spiked heels. She stood before the judge and softly answered “guilty” when asked how she pleaded to the misdemeanor charge. She initially pleaded not guilty in February.

“You are not to drive with any measurable amount of alcohol or drugs in your system,” Lubell told her. “You are not to drive without a driver’s license.”

He said the state Department of Motor Vehicles would decide whether to suspend her license.

“You are very lucky that no one was hurt of killed as the result of this incident,” Lubell said.

Richie was arrested early Dec. 11 after witnesses reported seeing her black Mercedes-Benz sport utility vehicle headed the wrong way on a freeway in Burbank.

The California Highway Patrol said they found her parked in the car pool lane.

Richie told authorities she had smoked marijuana and taken the prescription painkiller Vicodin, a CHP officer said at the time.

No drugs were found on her or in the car.

Lubell warned Richie of the dangers of driving under the influence and said: “The facts of this case, as the court knows it, is pretty scary. Someone could have gotten killed or injured. The court does not want anything to happen to you.

“If you continue to drive while under the influence of drugs or alcohol and someone gets killed, you can be charged with murder, not manslaughter.

“I hope that never, ever happens.”

He said such a murder charge would come under a specific legal provision because she now has two convictions, the first one in June 2003 when she was convicted for driving under the influence of alcohol. The 2003 conviction made her eligible for a sentence of 90 days to a year in jail.

The reality TV star’s lawyer, Shawn Chapman Holly, acknowledged to the court that the plea bargain reached with the prosecution was acceptable.

Richie made no comment to reporters as she left the courthouse, surrounded by private bodyguards.

Richie’s jail sentence follows that of Paris Hilton, her co-star on the reality TV show “The Simple Life.”

Hilton recently was released after spending about 23 days in custody for violating probation in an alcohol-related reckless driving case.

Reports surfaced Thursday that the reality TV star will do a sit down interview with ABC anchor Diane Sawyer. It reportedly will air next week.

Richie’s jail sentence follows that of Paris Hilton, her co-star on the reality TV show “The Simple Life.” Hilton recently was released after spending about 23 days in custody for violating probation in an alcohol-related reckless driving case

Richie, the 25-year-old daughter of pop singer Lionel Richie, was subdued and somber as she was lectured about her driving. She entered court on the arm of boyfriend Joel Madden.

Richie, who’s rumored to be pregnant but has not confirmed it, wore a loose-fitting, knee-length black dress and spiked heels. She stood before the judge and softly answered “guilty” when asked how she pleaded to the misdemeanor charge. She initially pleaded not guilty in February.

“You are not to drive with any measurable amount of alcohol or drugs in your system,” Lubell told her. “You are not to drive without a driver’s license.”

He said the state Department of Motor Vehicles would decide whether to suspend her license.

“You are very lucky that no one was hurt of killed as the result of this incident,” Lubell said.

Richie was arrested early Dec. 11 after witnesses reported seeing her black Mercedes-Benz sport utility vehicle headed the wrong way on a freeway in Burbank.

The California Highway Patrol said they found her parked in the car pool lane.

Richie told authorities she had smoked marijuana and taken the prescription painkiller Vicodin, a CHP officer said at the time.

No drugs were found on her or in the car.

Lubell warned Richie of the dangers of driving under the influence and said: “The facts of this case, as the court knows it, is pretty scary. Someone could have gotten killed or injured. The court does not want anything to happen to you.

“If you continue to drive while under the influence of drugs or alcohol and someone gets killed, you can be charged with murder, not manslaughter.

“I hope that never, ever happens.”

He said such a murder charge would come under a specific legal provision because she now has two convictions, the first one in June 2003 when she was convicted for driving under the influence of alcohol. The 2003 conviction made her eligible for a sentence of 90 days to a year in jail.

The reality TV star’s lawyer, Shawn Chapman Holly, acknowledged to the court that the plea bargain reached with the prosecution was acceptable.

Richie made no comment to reporters as she left the courthouse, surrounded by private bodyguards.

Richie’s jail sentence follows that of Paris Hilton, her co-star on the reality TV show “The Simple Life.”

Hilton recently was released after spending about 23 days in custody for violating probation in an alcohol-related reckless driving case.

Reports surfaced Thursday that the reality TV star will do a sit down interview with ABC anchor 부산 마사지 Diane Sawyer. It reportedly will air next week.

Special Report: Afghanistan American troops have already taken up positions surrounding the town and are well aware of the dangers that await. CBS News correspondent Mandy Clark, embedded with U.S. Marines about five miles from Marjah, reports that the American Special Forces are already entering the town at night in advance of the operation. The biggest fear, and one which is well founded based on what Taliban sources tell CBS News, is improvised explosive devices, or IEDs – the militant’s weapon of choice. U.S. commanders tell Clark they will enter Marjah using a staged approach to try and minimized casualties from the IEDs, which they believe the area to be “seeded” with. “Assault Breacher Vehicles” – hulking tank-like, blast resistant machines with digging equipment on the front, will be first to enter Marjah, trying to clear as many IEDs as possible. They’ll be followed by progressively larger groups of troops. Marjah is the last town in the restive Helmand River Valley — once firm Taliban territory — to remain under control of the militants in the wake of a massive coalition offensive in December

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And the least? “Trying to get in between all everyone talking at one time,” she said

“I am in the moderator’s chair,” Goldberg said as she sat in O’Donnell’s former post.

After the women embraced each other, Goldberg told Walters she’d watched the show once or twice. “I love hanging out with you guys,” she said. “It’s wonderful, it’s a great opportunity to have some fun.”

Goldberg said she is looking forward to the hot topics segment the most. And the least? “Trying to get in between all everyone talking at one time,” she said.

The Los Angeles Times reported Friday that Goldberg and frequent guest host Sherri Shepherd were in final negotiations to join the show. A source tells The ShowBuzz that the show was interested in working with Shepherd but an agreement could not be reached.

Goldberg, 51, gives “View” creator Barbara Walters a big name to replace O’Donnell, who quit the show in May.

In less than a year on the show, the brash O’Donnell was a never-ending source of headlines for her feuds with Donald Trump and co-star Elisabeth Hasselbeck. Despite the near-constant need for damage control, 전주 마사지 ratings shot up.

Goldberg is one of the few performers to earn Emmy, Grammy, Tony and Academy awards in her versatile career.