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  • EDDIE HEARN has been accused of "doing whatever he can" to prevent Anthony Joshua from fighting Tyson Fury. The heavyweight stars are still in talks for a December 3 Battle of Britain at Cardiff's Principality Stadium. 2Anthony Joshua pictured with promoter Eddie HearnCredit: PA:Press Association AJ has had the contract for almost two weeks with broadcasters DAZN, BT Sport and ESPN also thrashing out a network deal. ...
  • Just the other day, I saw a Facebook status update of mine from 12 years ago, in which I simply had to notify my 300 friends of the fact that I was defiantly listening to Christmas music in September. Before you start in on me, I know: Talking about a Facebook status is a beyond-cringe way to begin our time together for the next few minutes, but transparency is paramount...
  • I’m Black. That’s plain to me. I was raised in a Black family, with all different shades of the spectrum. But what that means to others is something else. As I travel around the world, others see me as more of a question mark. I recount my lineage in the same way to everyone. My father was raised in New York, but his family is from Puerto Rico. His...
  • Virginia Gov. Glenn Youngkin is less than a year into his governorship, but he’s already making moves to be the GOP’s next presidential nominee. His political style tries to have it both ways. He aims to be sufficiently middle-of-the-road in a crucial purple state, while also playing the culture-war hits to win over the MAGA base. But it simply might not be possible to be the “Goldilocks candidate”—serving porridge...
  • Volunteer escorts who help patients access abortion clinics say they are facing more threats and violence from anti-abortion protesters since the fall of Roe v. Wade, and some predict things will only get worse. On Aug. 15, Melissa Strelec drove her car up to the entrance of Northeast Ohio Women’s Center in Cuyahoga Falls and began throwing eggs out of the window at the clinic’s volunteer escorts. She then maneuvered...
  • In the 30-odd years Barbara Guggenheim has worked as Tom Cruise’s art adviser, a theme has been established: “He collects works that are very intense, that have a lot of movement and that are very positive, and I think that that’s who he is,” Guggenheim told The Daily Beast. No kidding—over a career spanning decades, Cruise has solidified his reputation as one of the hardest-working, hardest-driving actors in the...
  • Sen. Richard Blumenthal (D-CT) is taking aim at a gun industry association for the way it engaged in a tax-dodging “voter education” scheme that also violated a core tenet of Second Amendment enthusiasts: compiling a detailed database of gun buyers. The Daily Beast has obtained a letter, which Blumenthal sent to the National Shooting Sports Foundation on Friday, calling out the association for allegedly amassing a list of gun owners...
  • How I Got Body-Shamed by a Pair of Digital Pants
    thedailybeast.com | 24 minutes ago How I Got Body-Shamed by a Pair of Digital Pants
    The day after New York Fashion Week ended, when I can only presume the majority of fashion tastemakers were nursing hangovers from exclusive afterparties the night before, I was at the self-proclaimed real “future of fashion” instead. Located inside a nondescript SoHo storefront, I experienced ZERO10, an augmented reality app that lets users purchase and photograph themselves in digital-only clothing. The company of the same name had set up, in...
  • PRINCE Harry snubbed a rift-healing meeting with brother Prince William over a specific "concern", it has been claimed. William, 40, allegedly became worried about the Sussexes' unhappiness after they gave a bombshell interview to ITV on their tour of South Africa in 2019. 1Prince William allegedly became worried about the Sussexes' unhappiness - so he organised a meeting with HarryCredit: PA The Prince then allegedly organised a meeting with tormented Harry, recognising the family...
  • A PLUS-sized fashion vlogger has pointed to a clear winner in the battle between two popular shapewear labels. Chrissy B tried on shaping shorts from both Spanx and Skims under the same tight orange dress to compare the results. 4Fashion vlogger Chrissy B compared Spanx to Skims shapewear in a YouTube videoCredit: YouTube / chrissyb styles 4She wore them both under the same tight orange dress for the clearest...
  • WOMEN at work are more than twice as likely to be asked to make tea or coffee for everyone than men, according to research. A poll of 2,000 UK employees found gender biased language and use of stereotypes is widespread within workplaces, with 42 per cent of women claiming they’ll be asked to make a round compared to just 16 per cent of men. 142 per cent of women claimed...
  • Who is Dream from Twitch and YouTube?
    the-sun.com | 1 hour(s) ago Who is Dream from Twitch and YouTube?
    YOUTUBER and Twitch streamer Dream is one of the most popular Minecraft creators on the internet. The 23-year-old shot to fame in 2019 and has more than 30.5 million subscribers on YouTube and 6 million followers on Twitch. 1Dream is is best known for his Minecraft videos on YouTube Who is Dream? Dream started posting videos on YouTube in 2014, but only started uploading content regularly in July 2019. The...
  • The already pricey cost of gas could rise even further as OPEC+ considers cutting output by more than 1 million barrels a day for its biggest reduction since the pandemic.  In early Asian trade on Monday morning, oil prices jumped more than 3 percent in a bid to support the market. Brent crude, the global oil benchmark, fell to $87.96 a barrel last week - its swiftest decline since the pandemic...
  • Ringo Starr and his band's show in New Buffalo, Michigan, was cancelled on Saturday night due to the famed drummer falling ill. The Beatles legend, 82, pulled out of the gig at the Four Winds Casino just hours before taking to the stage after realising he couldn't perform due to an illness which impacted his voice.  The band's spokesperson has said Ringo does not have COVID-19, but did not say...
  • Getty Eagles quarterback Jalen Hurts led his team back from a 14-0 deficit to stay undefeated on the season. The Jacksonville Jaguars struck first, taking a 14-0 lead over the Philadelphia Eagles on Sunday, October 2. The team’s social media department quickly took to Twitter to troll the Birds and their fans, throwing up a lyric by Philadelphia native Meek Mill with Andre Cisco’s interception return for a...
  • U.K. Chancellor Kwasi Kwarteng outside 10 Downing Street. Britain will cap the cost of electricity and gas for businesses.Rob Pinney | Getty Images News | Getty Images LONDON — The British pound rose sharply Monday morning following reports the U.K. government will reverse its planned scrapping of the top rate of income tax. Sterling was 0.8% higher against the dollar at $1.252 shortly after 7 a.m. London time. It takes...
  • Shocking video has been released from a 2019 brawl at an Indiana White Castle restaurant that ended with two circuit court judges shot and wounded.   The video of the May 1, 2019 shooting at the downtown Indianapolis location was finally unsealed after the gunman was found guilty last week. In the video, Clark County Circuit Court Judges Brad Jacobs and Andrew Adams are at the fast food place's parking lot...
  • If you were impressed by Patrick Mahomes’ incredible spinning dump-off touchdown against the Bucs, just wait until you see the alternate angle. Patrick Mahomes was on another level against the Bucs on Sunday Night Football. There were other memorable highlights, but no play exemplified his performance more than his two-yard touchdown pass to Clyde Edwards-Helaire. Mahomes evaded a pass rusher right off the bat, scrambling out right and then putting...
  • A feature on the newly released Apple iPhone 14 alerted the emergency services to the owner being in a car crash with multiple fatalities in Lincoln, Nebraska. All six people in the car died in what police have described as 'the worst crash in Lincoln in recent memory.'  There were no witnesses to the crash and with everyone in the vehicle either dead or incapacitated, a passenger's cellphone automatically alerted first...
  • OAKLAND — An Oakland police officer was hospitalized Sunday after a driver fleeing an East Oakland traffic stop struck them, authorities said. Police said officers responded just before 10 a.m. to reports of an unresponsive male behind the wheel of a vehicle stopped in the middle of the road in the 5200 block of Wentworth Avenue. Soon after police arrived and found the man, he woke up and briefly spoke...
  • State of Wisconsin Department of Justice arrest report Darrell Brooks Jr Darrell Brooks Jr. is the man accused of murdering six people and injuring dozens more in the Waukesha, Wisconsin, Christmas parade attack. Brooks is representing himself in court in a trial that is scheduled to start on Monday, October 3, 2022. He has a lengthy criminal history and had multiple pending criminal cases and warrants at the...
  • KALLUM Watkins insists England’s World Cup chances are a matter of belief – just like Andy Ackers’ rise to the squad. But he feels as good as he did in 2017, when he came arguably an ankle tap from helping his country to the trophy. 3Kallum Watkins insists England have to believe they can win the World CupCredit: SWPIX.COM The Salford star is one of three Red Devils in Shaun...
  • In this article CSG.N-CHFollow your favorite stocksCREATE FREE ACCOUNTA Swiss flag flies over a sign of Credit Suisse in Bern, SwitzerlandFABRICE COFFRINI | AFP | Getty ImagesCredit Suisse executives are in talks with its major investors to reassure them amid rising concerns over the Swiss bank's financial health, the Financial Times reported, citing people involved in the discussions. One executive involved in the talks told the Financial Times that teams...
  • Getty/HGTV Crayola crayons, HGTV's Erin Napier Twitter can be a highly divisive and deflating place most days, full of drama and snark. But every now and then, a little ray of sunshine breaks through, like a recent exchange between HGTV‘s Erin Napier and the dad of a creative young fan, which led to the star sharing his son’s artwork with the world. Here’s how the sweet story unfolded…Napier...
  • Marcus Peters and John Harbaugh needed to be separated on the Ravens sideline at the end of Week 4’s loss to the Buffalo Bills. Things got ugly late in the Baltimore Ravens Week 4 loss to the Buffalo Bills. What started out as a game that seemed like it was going to be a statement win for Baltimore turned into a series of mistakes that led to the Bills...
  • Getty Josh Allen #17 of the Buffalo Bills drops back to pass in the second quarter against the Baltimore Ravens at M&T Bank Stadium on October 02, 2022. After an ugly first half in which nothing seemed to go right for the Buffalo Bills while battling it out against the Baltimore Ravens on Sunday, October 2, the team came back with a vengeance to eke out a hard-fought...
  • Fans of AMC’s popular television show The Walking Dead who bought a ticket in hopes of attending a “Fan Fest” event in Nashville a few years ago are finally able to receive refunds from the Tennessee Attorney General’s Office, AG Jonathan Skrmetti announced Friday. TN Attorney General’s Office Refunds Consumers After Canceled Walker Stalkers/Fanfest Events: https://t.co/GvBPAAdIbf — TN Attorney General (@TNattygen) September 30, 2022 Attorney General Skrmetti recently launched...
  • The City of Murfreesboro’s fall leaf collection season began on Saturday and will run through January 31, 2023. During this time, loose leaves can be piled curbside free of charge and will be picked up by the Murfreesboro Street and Solid Waste departments – collectively known as the city’s Public Works Department. “As we have for years now, the goal is to cover the City twice as fast. As previously,...
  • Biden Appoints First-Ever Envoy for Plants and Animals
    tennesseestar.com | 3 hour(s) ago Biden Appoints First-Ever Envoy for Plants and Animals
    by Jack McEvoy   The Biden administration announced Wednesday that it is appointing a special diplomat to oversee international animal and plant habitats for the first time in U.S. history. The State Department appointed Monica Medina as the U.S. Special Envoy for Biodiversity and Water Resources to solve the world’s intertwined biodiversity and water crises, according to a department media note. Medina will adopt an “all-of-government effort” to represent the interests...
  • by Jessica Anderson   Americans were just issued a dire warning after “Dilbert,” a comic beloved by many over the years, was dropped from 77 publications after over three decades. Created by cartoonist Scott Adams, “Dilbert” uses satire to poke fun at traditional office life on a number of issues, which recently included “ESG.” As this particular comic strip explained, the ESG movement seeks to use a new set of criteria...
  • by Greg Piper   The private consortium that reported election “misinformation” to tech platforms during the 2020 election season, in “consultation” with federal agencies, targeted several news organizations in its dragnet. Websites for Just the News, New York Post, Fox News, Washington Examiner, Washington Times, Epoch Times and Breitbart were identified among the 20 “most prominent domains across election integrity incidents” that were cited in tweets flagged by the Election Integrity...
  • by Just the News Staff   House Republicans are demanding that the Department of Justice investigate New York Gov. Kathy Hochul’s office over a massive deal the governor struck between the state and one of her wealthy campaign donors. Hochul’s office came under scrutiny earlier this month following the revelation that the governor organized a $637 million deal to buy COVID tests from a company owned by one of her...
  • by Eric Lendrum   New figures from the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) show that the number of American citizens who report more than $1 million in income have jumped by a staggering 41 percent this year alone. As reported by Politico, the IRS claims to have processed up to 387,840 returns reporting seven-figure incomes by mid-July; at the same time last year, the agency only found 274,879. The increase has...
  • by Bruce Walker   Although there are many telling differences between Michigan’s 2022 gubernatorial candidates, energy policy may be the most significant from an economic perspective for families. Democrat incumbent Gov. Gretchen Whitmer has led the charge to close the Line 5 dual pipeline that has spanned the Straits of Mackinac since 1953, whereas Republican challenger Tudor Dixon has pledged to keep the hydrocarbons flowing through the five-mile stretch...
  • by Evan Stambaugh   The Twin Cities suburb of Blaine is the first city in Minnesota to criminalize street racing with a specific ordinance. The ordinance deems street racing and “exhibition driving” an unlawful assembly, which is a misdemeanor offense. Both drivers and spectators are liable to be charged under the ordinance, which took effect Monday, September 19. In a statement to KARE, Anoka County Sheriff James Stuart warned that anyone...
  • Governor Mike DeWine (R) on Friday announced a plan to expand a number of social services in Ohio, including an increase in eligibility for Medicaid for pregnant women and children whose families make up to three times the federal poverty level. The policy enlarges upon his Bold Beginning Initiative, which has already spent about $1 billion on services to expectant families. The broadening of Medicaid would make the program available...
  • by Benjamin Yount   The latest snapshot of Wisconsin schools shows that kids are still not back to where they were before the coronavirus closed some schools for more than a year. Wisconsin’s Department of Public Instruction on Thursday released the scores from the Forward Exam for elementary school kids, the ACT Aspire for freshmen and sophomores, and the ACT for high school juniors. The tests show a slight drop off...
  • Author and journalist Matt Walsh, who broke the story on how Vanderbilt University Medical Center was caught providing transgender surgeries to minors, announced that he is holding a rally at the Tennessee State Capitol to “end child mutilation, sterilization, and abuse in Tennessee hospitals and beyond.” Join us on October 21 at the state capitol as we rally to end child mutilation across the state. We are going to put...
  • by Tyler Arnold   Hundreds of Virginians have had their guns confiscated from them through red-flag laws since those rules went into effect more than two years ago, according to data in the Virginia Firearms Transaction Center. Red-flag laws allow police to seize firearms from a person if a judge deems him or her to be a threat to himself or others, even if that person has not been...
  • State Senator Amanda Cappelletti (D-Norristown) on Friday proposed legislation that would force Pennsylvania gun owners to carry liability insurance.  In a memorandum describing her upcoming bill, Cappelletti wrote that gun-related injuries and deaths cost Pennsylvanians an estimated $12 million each year through lost wages, physical and mental healthcare payments, first-responder services and other expenses. She reasoned that some of these burdens should fall on firearm owners via insurance premiums. She...