Erin Jensen, Enquirer

Erin Jensen

Enquirer

Falls Church, VA, United States

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  • USA TODAY
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  • The Desert Sun
  • Rochester D and C
  • North Jersey News
  • News-Leader
  • The News-Star
  • Indianapolis Star
  • TCPalm
  • The Courier-Journal
  • 11Alive Atlanta
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Recent articles by erinrjensen:

Carole Baskin: Family of her missing ex-husband airs commercial during her 'DWTS' debut

"Do you know who did this, or if Carole Baskin was involved?" asks an attorney for the family of Don Lewis, the "Tiger King" star's former husband → Read More

Is Halloween canceled? As parents and attractions gear up to celebrate, medical experts stress caution

Most Americans say they can't imagine Halloween without trick-or-treating. One doctor says "I just don’t see how it’s feasible to do this safely." → Read More

'Jeopardy!' GOAT Ken Jennings returns for new season in a new role

"Jeopardy!" host Alex Trebek is "excited" about Season 37, "because it gets me out of the house," he said in an announcement Thursday. → Read More

'That was awesome!': David Blaine lands high-flying, live balloon ride after floating nearly 25,000 feet above the Arizona desert

In the livestreamed "David Blaine Ascension," the magician floated over Arizona at an altitude of nearly 25,000 ft, thanks to helium balloons. → Read More

NXIVM docuseries: What to know before HBO's 'The Vow,' centered on the alleged cult, premieres

HBO's "The Vow" takes viewers on a deep-dive exploring NXIVM, an alleged cult, which actress Allison Mack was a member of. → Read More

Netflix is 'deeply sorry' for 'inappropriate artwork' used for film about kids' dance group

"Cuties," is a French-language film centered on an 11-year-old girl who joins a dance group dubbed the "Cuties." It's slated for streaming on Sept. 9. → Read More

'Chariots of Fire,' 'Star Trek' actor Ben Cross dies at 72 after short illness

Ben Cross, who starred in the Oscar-winning "Chariots of Fire," died Tuesday in Vienna. His representative confirmed the news to the Associated Press. → Read More

'Selling Sunset': Chrishell Stause learns of divorce from Justin Hartley in a text: 'It's hard not to feel worthless'

Chrishell Stause says in "Selling Sunset," claiming Justin Hartley told her of their divorced via text. "That's how you would treat the garbage." → Read More

'Pioneer Woman' Ree Drummond talks stretchy 'pandemic pants,' shares Instant Pot recipe

"They’re black yoga pants ... and I have not worn anything, but black yoga pants since" mid-March says "The Pioneer Woman" host Ree Drummond. → Read More

Spiked slushies: Beer, hard seltzer and spirits take center stage in summer's coolest drink trend

People are moving beyond margaritas and frose and adding beer, hard seltzer and rum slushies to their alcoholic slushie repertoire. → Read More

'Hello? Hello?': Distressed campers under attack in 'Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous' trailer

As is typical with "Jurassic" projects, it's never just a walk in the park. In "Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous," teens have to evade dinosaurs. → Read More

'Sister, Sister,' 'Moesha,' 'Girlfriends,' more classic, Black-led series head to Netflix

You won't have to tell us to "Go home, Roger." We'll gladly be binge-watching new titles coming to Netflix, like "Sister, Sister," and "Moesha." → Read More

'My husband ran off': Pool selfie queen Martha Stewart showcases sass in 'Martha Knows Best'

Even those who haven't started their own quarantine gardens will find something to raise a "Martha-rita" to in Martha Stewart's "Martha Knows Best." → Read More

'There’s no such thing as safe': How to lessen the risk of summer activities amid COVID-19

Are you free to go forth with traditional summer festivities? Experts weigh in on how to make beloved summertime activities safer. → Read More

Gabrielle Union says NBC chief threatened her for claiming racism on 'AGT' set

Gabrielle Union complained about 'AGT' after being fired, and now says NBC's chief threatened her against pursuing claims. NBC denies the charge. → Read More

'Riverdale' creator apologizes to Vanessa Morgan, vows to honor cast, characters of color

"Riverdale" creator Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa promised to "do better" after actress Vanessa Morgan expressed frustration with black representation. → Read More

Hartley Sawyer axed from 'The Flash' over 'unacceptable' tweets; Co-star Grant Gustin responds

Hartley Sawyer will no longer play the role of Ralph Dibny on The CW's "The Flash" due to past tweets, which he acknowledges are "unacceptable." → Read More

'Our whole show is different': 'Today' anchors Hoda Kotb, Savannah Guthrie reflect on historic present

"I feel a wave in the country that I haven’t felt before ever," says Hoda Kotb of "Today," amid a call for racial equality after George Floyd's death. → Read More

Bonnie Pointer of The Pointer Sisters is dead at 69

Anita Pointer said "I already miss her," when announcing the death of her sister and former bandmate, Bonnie. → Read More

Carole Baskin awarded zoo of 'Tiger King' Joe Exotic, man who allegedly tried to have her killed

Carole Baskin has some news for the "cool cats and kittens." Big Cat Rescue Corp. has been awarded Joe Exotic's zoo, depicted in "Tiger King." → Read More