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  • FOUR WEIGHT class boxing world champion Canelo Alvarez has threatened Argentina's Lionel Messi after the football ace appeared to kick the Mexico shirt. Argentina beat Mexico 2-0 in their World Cup Group A match with seven-time Ballon d'Or winner Messi getting a goal and an assist. Canelo had some strong words for Messi after seeing his locker room celebration ????(via @canelo, nicolasotamendi30/IG) pic.twitter.com/emRRHK1nGO— ESPN Ringside (@ESPNRingside) November 28, 2022 2Messi's...
  • Estate agents "Sold" and "For Sale" signs outside residential properties in the Maida Vale district of London, UK, on Thursday, June 30, 2022.Bloomberg | Bloomberg | Getty Images Demand for U.K. residential properties has nearly halved following September's government budget that spooked financial markets and toppled the prime minister, research Monday showed. The fiscal package, announced Sept. 23, caused a sell-off in bonds and led to predictions of a potential...
  • WHILE many first-time mums turn to educational books or social forums for advice, pregnant Molly-Mae Hague will likely turn to someone a little closer to home. In September, the former Love Island star revealed that she's expecting her first child with beau Tommy Fury, 23 - three years after they met on the fifth season of the hit ITV2 reality show. 9Molly-Mae will likely be turning to her future sister-in-law...
  • Getty Wedding cake Jay Allen is finally a married man. The season 22 fan-favorite on “The Voice,” who stole viewers’ hearts with the song he wrote for his late mom, married fellow rising country star Kylie Morgan on Sunday, November 27, 2022 — nearly two months after the couple was forced to cancel their Florida wedding due to Hurricane Ian. Though Allen was eliminated from “The Voice” during...
  • A reputation management expert has revealed what not to post on social media in order to protect your career prospects, and what you should be posting instead. Roz Sheldon, MD of British business reputation management firm Igniyte, reveals companies don't want to employ anyone who they think may go on to be problematic online - based on previous social media posts and comments.  You just have to look at the...
  • WEDDINGS can be eye-wateringly expensive once you take into account the cost of the food, ring, venue, outfits, and decorations. But, one guest was left incensed when they had to pay for their meal at the reception. 3Weddings are known for their extortionate cost as newlyweds enjoy a day of decadenceCredit: Getty A TikToker, known as Kelli, shared an invite that stated: “Please understand that you are obligated to pay...
  • JOHN TERRY and Wayne Bridge are set for an awkward reunion as they are staying in the same hotel for the World Cup. The former Chelsea and England team-mates famously fell out over allegations Terry had had an affair with Bridge's then-partner Vanessa Perroncel in 2009. 4John Terry and Wayne Bridge were team-mates with England and ChelseaCredit: News Group Newspapers Ltd 4Bridge famously snubbed Terry's handshake over allegations over an...
  • The glut of modern true-crime works is, at heart, a depressing reflection of a world awash in cruelty and injustice. Unsurprisingly, then, Crime Scene: The Texas Killing Fields is a portrait of both a string of baffling homicide cases and the unending misery they caused for victims’ families and loved ones, who never gave up searching for the truth. The latest in executive-producer Joe Berlinger and Imagine’s Ron Howard and...
  • A TOURIST has drowned after she was dragged out to the sea by a massive wave while trying to take a picture on the Italian coast. Ines Gomila, 36, was with her husband Sebastian Queiroz, 52, when they were hit by a wave on the Amalfi coast. 4Ines posing with her husband SebastianCredit: Newsflash 4The pair was on holiday on the Amalfi coastCredit: Newsflash 4Ines was swept away by...
  • by Zeta Cross   Farmers borrow short term money up front every year to pay for inputs and operating expenses. At harvest time when they sell their crops, they pay back their operating notes. For the first time in 20 years, fast-rising interest rates have doubled the cost of short term operating notes, an impact a lot of farmers have never seen before. “Farmers who are 40 or 50...
  • A JUDGE and her pets have been found shot to death in what police are investigating as a murder-suicide. A friend of the couple alerted police of the incident after receiving an odd message from the husband. 2Diane Albert was found dead in her home on FridayCredit: Village of Los Ranchos Municipal Court 2Albert, 65, was found in the home along with 'several dead animals,' cops saidCredit: Facebook/Kerri Mott Campbell...
  • Getty Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes II in Week 12. Everyone loves accountability, and it’s no surprise that this is another area Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes II excels. The superstar signal-caller seemed pretty pissed off after the Week 12 victory over the Los Angeles Rams despite throwing for another casual 320 passing yards off 27 completions. Why? — Because of the “dumb” plays he shouldn’t have...
  • KEEPING your home tidy can be a struggle, but there are plenty of hacks for cleanliness that require little effort. Cleaning can be cathartic, but it can also be incredibly taxing depending on your personal process. 1Cleaning is often viewed as a chore but some consider it to be catharticCredit: Getty Images - Getty According to Upworthy and a recent thread on Reddit, there may be a solution to this...
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  • RELEASING THE CAPS, IN ORDER: On Thursday evening, the graduation ceremony for Marie-Curie High School students BTS (Higher Technical Certificate) Promotion 2022, under the makeshift marquee of the school cafeteria, looked like an American ceremony. . In the presence of their teachers, Academic Director Thierry Aumage and Headmaster Pascal Toussaint, who thus made his last “exit”, BTS support students for management activities, management of small and medium enterprises, management accounting,...
  • No matter how you look at it, American Football is the most popular sport in the United States. In terms of ticket sales, game attendance, TV viewing figures, and popular option, the NFL always comes out on top. However, around the world the story of the NFL has been less successful, with other sports like soccer, cricket, and field hockey taking the top three spots in the popularity ranks. Back...
  • Ohio States Day will face doubters now
    portsmouth-dailytimes.com | 2 hour(s) ago Ohio States Day will face doubters now
    Welcome to Jim Harbaugh’s previous life, Ryan Day. This is the way things go at the top of college football’s food chain. If you can’t win the most important game on your schedule, there will be questions about whether you are the right man for the job. For the second straight season, Harbaugh’s Michigan team pummeled Day and Ohio State. Day is 45-5 at Ohio State as Urban Meyer’s replacement,...
  • by Hayley Feland   The Minneapolis Police Department only has 235 officers available to respond to 911 calls throughout the city, according to internal numbers obtained by Alpha News. “The Minneapolis Police Department continues to face critical staffing shortages and remains far below its authorized strength,” Sherral Schmidt, president of the Minneapolis police union, told Alpha News. The 235 officers, not including those in field training, are spread out...
  • Quarterback Trevor Lawrence led the Jacksonville Jaguars to a comeback win Sunday over the Ravens, answering a late score with a touchdown and successful 2-point conversion in a dramatic 28-27 victory. Justin Tucker’s would-be game-winning 67-yard field goal attempt fell short as time expired, ending the Ravens’ four-game winning streak and sending them into a tie atop the AFC North with the Bengals. (Both teams are 7-4, but the Ravens...
  • A STAR of A Few Good Men - seen as a masterclass in acting with screen legends Jack Nicholson and Tom Cruise - has lifted the lid on behind the scenes as the film celebrates 30 years. Established actor Kevin Pollak, who appeared in Rob Reiner's legal film back in 1992, says when the cameras weren't rolling it was a laugh-a-minute with the Hollywood icons. 6The movie A Few...
  • The American Automobile Association has compiled a list of the country's most dangerous roads. It comes as 55 million people are thought to have hit the road this past weekend for the Thanksgiving break.  Researchers used information gleaned from government websites and news reports to generate the report which covers every corner of the nation, from a Florida interstate with almost one death for every mile of road, to an Alaskan...
  • website A map of the universe Allows you to explore the map of the known universe. Each dot represents a galaxy, so we go back 13.7 billion years… to the first moments of the universe. The universe is 13.7 billion years old. And while traveling through space, we also travel through time. So, by looking at the sky, in deep space, we can map the history of the universe. This...
  • Two people were trapped in a small plane that crashed into a power tower in a section of Montgomery County Sunday, Nov. 27. Photos from the scene show the aircraft suspended about 100 feet in the air, with both passengers uninjured as of 6 p.m. This is a developing story. Check back for more.
  • A new study by QuoteWizard has ranked Nashville as having the worst pothole problem in the entire nation. Each state’s pothole-related complaints and repairs were analyzed by the online auto insurance comparison platform and received a ranking. The group used Google search statistics to rank each area with a search index average which represents the number of queries in a particular state or location compared to other states. Nashville ranked...
  • World Cup fever is well on its way
    presstories.com | 3 hour(s) ago World Cup fever is well on its way
    Hundreds of people gathered at a Montreal bar on Sunday to cheer on the national soccer team against Croatia in the World Cup. • Read more: Canada’s first goal at the World Cup • Read more: World Cup: Canada humiliated and eliminated Starting at 9 a.m., the beer flowed freely at the Le St-Laurent Frappé bar, which has become a favorite meeting point for supporters of the Canadian team. “I...
  • by Charlotte Hazard   The Department of Justice announced on Monday that two Estonian citizens were arrested on Sunday in Tallinn, Estonia on an 18-count indictment for alleged involvement in a $575 million cryptocurrency fraud and money laundering conspiracy. The two men, Sergei Potapenko and Ivan Turõgin, both 37 years old, allegedly defrauded hundreds of thousands of people out of money by convincing victims to enter into fraudulent equipment...
  • by Steve Bittenbender   Kentucky state Sen. Ralph Alvarado, R-Winchester, will soon be heading to Tennessee. Tennessee Gov. Bill Lee announced Alvarado, a medical doctor and healthcare executive, will become the next commissioner of the state’s Department of Health. The move takes effect January 16. “It’s an honor to join Gov. Lee’s team to advance health and prosperity for every Tennessean,” said Alvarado. “I appreciate this opportunity and look...
  • by Casey Harper   More than 40% of U.S. small business owners say they couldn’t pay rent on time or in full for the month of November, the highest this year. The small business network group Alignable released the survey, which found that the hardship varies by industry. A notable 57% of beauty salons said they couldn’t make rent as well as 45% of gyms, 44% of retail and 44% of...
  • by Madeleine Hubbard   The U.S. Labor Department announced plans to allow pension fund managers to “consider climate change and other environmental, social and governance factors,” also known as ESG, when choosing investments. In an announcement about the final rule last week, the agency criticized the Trump administration, stating, “the department concluded that two rules issued in 2020 … unnecessarily restrained plan fiduciaries’ ability to weigh environmental, social and governance factors...
  • by Anthony Hennen   Natural gas prices are hitting levels not seen for more than a decade, and electric bills will go up across the commonwealth – though not equally. Natural gas spot prices will hit $6.09 per million British thermal units for the winter, according to the U.S. Energy Information Administration, which is “the highest real price since winter 2009-10.” For Pennsylvania households, it means that many natural gas and electric...
  • by Julie Kelly   A federal judge next month is scheduled to sentence two men convicted of conspiring to kidnap Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer from her lakeside cottage in the fall of 2020. Adam Fox, the alleged ringleader, and Barry Croft, Jr. face years in prison. During the first trial in April, Fox and Croft received a hung jury while two co-defendants were acquitted on all charges based on extensive evidence of...
  • A popular stop for day hikers and backpackers in Arizona’s Grand Canyon National Park is undergoing a name change, according to a press release by the National Park Service (NPS). Earlier this month, the U.S. Board of Geographic Names voted unanimously (19-0) in favor of a formal request submitted by NPS on behalf of the Havasupai Tribe to change the name of the Grand Canyon’s Indian Garden to Havasupai Gardens....
  • Tennessee’s Education Savings Account (ESA) plan, often portrayed as a voucher program, won another legal challenge filed by opponents of the controversial legislation that targets Memphis and Nashville schools. A three-judge panel appointed by the Tennessee Supreme Court and made up of Chancellor Anne Martin, Judge Tammy Harrington, and Judge Valerie Smith, has ruled that the parties challenging the legislation have no legal standing. As a result, all challenges are dismissed. This...
  • State Senator Lisa Boscola (D-Bethlehem) is asking colleagues to support legislation to create a prison-to-jobs pipeline for nonviolent inmates in Pennsylvania.  Boscola bemoaned Pennsylvania’s status as among the worst states in the U.S. in terms of ex-prisoners reoffending; it has a 41-percent recidivism rate. In a memorandum announcing her measure, she posited that rate will go down if the commonwealth proactively advances many prisoners toward employment as they prepare for...
  • A bill in support of the use of alternative COVID-19 treatments received its first hearing in a lame-duck session at the Ohio Statehouse. House Bill (HB) 631, sponsored by State Representative Kris Jordan (R-Ostrander), named the COVID-19 Health Care Professional-Patient Relationship Protection Act, aims to protect the use of doctor-patient relationships in Ohio by codifying the authority for healthcare professionals to administer alternative drug therapies for patients diagnosed with COVID-19...
  • A federal judge this week ruled that Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis will not have to testify in a lawsuit brought against him by a prosecutor he dismissed over the summer. DeSantis made headlines in August when he fired State Attorney Andrew Warren after the latter indicated he would not enforce laws prohibiting sex-change operations for minors. “State Attorneys have a duty to prosecute crimes as defined in Florida law, not to pick...
  • Two Ohio teachers’ unions that are keeping tabs on the Ohio Legislature’s handling of education say they hope the general assembly focuses on funding and attracting new teachers rather than bills that regulate curriculum and “divisive” issues. Controversy has erupted in public education decisions over the past year on how to teach about race and how schools should approach students who identify as gay or transgender. In the midterm election,...
  • by Tyler Arnold   Virginia companies and research universities will receive more than $1.5 million to fund 24 technology-related projects in the commonwealth. The technology funding will be awarded through the Virginia Innovation Partnership Corporation’s Commonwealth Commercialization Fund. The program was launched in 2020 to promote technologies that could yield more economic development and job creation in the state, according to Gov. Glenn Youngkin’s office. “Virginia recognizes the importance...
  • Automotive parts manufacturer Hyundai Mobis plans a $926 million Electric Vehicle (EV) Power Electric system plant in Bryan County; the plant will supply systems to Hyundai factories in Bryan County and in Alabama, and to the Kia Georgia plant in West Point. “Hyundai Mobis’ investment project in Bryan County reflects an acceleration in the development of the EV supply chain in Georgia’s auto industry,” Hyundai Mobis Electric Powertrain Business Unit...
  • by Maggie Kelly   Yale Law School, rated No. 1 by an influential ratings guide put out by the magazine U.S. News & World Report, announced Wednesday it would quit the rankings, according to a news release by Yale Law School dean Heather Gerken. “The U.S. News rankings are profoundly flawed — they disincentivize programs that support public interest careers, champion need-based aid, and welcome working-class students into the profession,” Dean Gerken wrote. “Its...