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Sports Illustrated Swimsuit model Kathy Jacobs, 56, details surprising fan mail from men: ‘It’s super sweet’

EXCLUSIVE: At age 56, Kathy Jacobs is a Sports Illustrated Swimsuit model.

The Calabasas, Calif., pinup, who proudly stands at 5-foot-3 inches, is included in the 2020 issue available on newsstands. The cover features a trio of models — Olivia Culpo, Jasmine Sanders and Kate Bock, who each have individual covers.

But that’s not the only reason Jacobs is celebrating these days. She was also named a winner of the third annual SI Swim Search open casting call alongside Tanaye White. Both women will make their official rookie debuts in the 2021 issue.

The original swimsuit issue, which was first published in 1964, has been a launching pad for models, such as Kathy Ireland, Christie Brinkley, Elle Macpherson, Kate Upton and Ashley Graham.

SPORTS ILLUSTRATED SWIMSUIT NAMES TANAYE WHITE, KATHY JACOBS AS MODEL SEARCH WINNERS

Jacobs spoke to Fox News about being an inspiration to other women, what her fan

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Supreme Court says women can get abortion pill by mail, for now

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a large building: Justices continue arguments in a new term without their colleague, the late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.


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Justices continue arguments in a new term without their colleague, the late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.

The Supreme Court on Thursday said it would for now continue to allow women to obtain an abortion pill by mail during the COVID-19 pandemic.

The action came over the dissent of two conservative justices who would have immediately granted a Trump administration request to reinstate the requirement that women must visit a hospital, clinic or medical office to obtain a pill.

Video: Supreme Court blocks federal enforcement of restrictions for women seeking abortion drug during pandemic (FOX News)

Supreme Court blocks federal enforcement of restrictions for women seeking abortion drug during pandemic

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The court did little more than defer its first action on an abortion-related issue since the death of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg last month. The court called for a lower-court judge

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Justices Say Women Can Get Abortion Pill by Mail, for Now | Health News

WASHINGTON (AP) — The Supreme Court on Thursday said it would for now continue to allow women to obtain an abortion pill by mail during the COVID-19 pandemic.

The action came over the dissent of two conservative justices who would have immediately granted a Trump administration request to reinstate the requirement that women must visit a hospital, clinic or medical office to obtain a pill.

The court did little more than defer its first action on an abortion-related issue since the death of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg last month. The court called for a lower-court judge to take a new look at the issue and rule within 40 days. That would put any further high court action after the Nov. 3 election.

The court said in an unsigned opinion that it was holding the administration’s appeal “in abeyance.”

The administration is asking to be allowed to enforce a U.S. Food

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Postal service investigates bundles of mail found near dumpster at NJ shopping center

The United States Postal Service is investigating after bundles of mail were found dumped at a shopping center in Bergen County, authorities said.

North Arlington police said they received a 911 call shortly after 3 p.m. Friday reporting mail found near a dumpster at a shopping center at 19 Schuyler Avenue. The dumpster is located behind a Santander Bank and Jack’s Super Foodtown grocery store.

“Officers responded and once on scene did observe several loose, rubber-banded, bundles of mail, as described by the caller,” police said in a statement posted to Facebook.

Police said they alerted the U.S. Postal Service, which was handling the investigation.

“The mail that was recovered in North Arlington was reported, collected and delivered,” said U.S. Postal Service spokesman George Flood told NJ Advance Media. “This matter was then turned over to our Office of Inspector General. We are unable to comment further at this time.”

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Bundles of mail found near dumpster at N.J. shopping center

The United States Postal Service is investigating after bundles of mail were found dumped at a shopping center in Bergen County, N.J., authorities said.

North Arlington police said they received a 911 call shortly after 3 p.m. Friday reporting mail found near a dumpster at a shopping center at 19 Schuyler Avenue. The dumpster is located behind a Santander Bank and Jack’s Super Foodtown grocery store.

“Officers responded and once on scene did observe several loose, rubber-banded, bundles of mail, as described by the caller,” police said in a statement posted to Facebook.

Police said they alerted the U.S. Postal Service, which was handling the investigation.

“The mail that was recovered in North Arlington was reported, collected and delivered,” said U.S. Postal Service spokesman George Flood told NJ Advance Media. “This matter was then turned over to our Office of Inspector General. We are unable to comment further at this

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Postal service investigates bundles of mail found near dumpster at N.J. shopping center

The United States Postal Service is investigating after bundles of mail were found dumped at a shopping center in Bergen County, authorities said.

North Arlington police said they received a 911 call shortly after 3 p.m. Friday reporting mail found near a dumpster at a shopping center at 19 Schuyler Avenue. The dumpster is located behind a Santander Bank and Jack’s Super Foodtown grocery store.

“Officers responded and once on scene did observe several loose, rubber-banded, bundles of mail, as described by the caller,” police said in a statement posted to Facebook.

Police said they alerted the U.S. Postal Service, which was handling the investigation.

“The mail that was recovered in North Arlington was reported, collected and delivered,” said U.S. Postal Service spokesman George Flood told NJ Advance Media. “This matter was then turned over to our Office of Inspector General. We are unable to comment further at this time.”

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