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    Senator Lindsey Graham (R-SC) appeared to take no umbrage whatsoever with a Fox News host’s assertion that the FBI plants and doctors evidence. Tuesday night on Jesse Watters Primetime, the host called out the South Carolina senator for, in his view, being too muted in his criticism of the FBI raid on former President Donald Trump’s Mar-a-Lago estate. “I love having you on, Lindsey,” Watters said. “You and I have debated about things. I have seen you pretty spitting mad over Ukraine. You don’t seem as mad as you were about this than you have been mad about Ukraine. I don’t understand why people aren’t lighting their hair on fire! I don’t understand why people aren’t out in the street! Watters added, “We know they doctor evidence! We know they plant evidence!” “Sure,” Graham said, nodding. “We know they hide evidence!” Watters said, without providing evidence. “We know they lie! We know they leak! This is not anything new! This has been years they’ve been doing this! … These people are out of control, senator! This country is like we...
    The gunman accused of killing seven people at a Fourth of July parade had posted pictures of his teen sex doll hanged in a closet and spouted racist remarks online. Robert 'Bobby' Crimo, 21, was a frequent poster on the online forum Documenting Reality, where he used the moniker Awake 47 to share disturbing pictures and make racist and anti-Semitic remarks, the New York Post reported. He would often share photos of himself along with footage of shootings and other instances of real-life violence, according to NPR. He also used it to document his relationship with a teenage sex doll he named Sophie. One picture from June 2020 shows the doll sitting in the front passenger's seat of his Acura 30CL with a seatbelt fastened. The car also had a 'P**** Magnet' sticker on the rear windshield, at least four teddy bears in the back seat and a Donald Trump bobblehead attached to the rear dash. The next month he shared a picture he entitled 'Sophie Killed Herself,' showing the doll hanging from his closet in a mock suicide.  'I don't understand...
    DEAR ABBY: My fiance and I recently moved to a new area because his job was relocated. He was really excited to start this new adventure, and I was happy to come along. We’ve been together for 10 years (high school sweethearts), and we got engaged just before we moved. I noticed he had been Snapchatting with someone. When I asked him about it, he refused to tell me who, but said I shouldn’t be concerned. Eventually, he did tell me. It’s a female co-worker. I don’t know much about her other than she is recently divorced. Related Articles Advice | Dear Abby: We’re embarrassed by their restaurant antics Advice | Dear Abby: My second wife is sick, and my fear is overpowering Advice | Dear Abby: I’m old and tiny, and these strangers frighten me Advice | Dear Abby: I love my mom, but it hurts that she won’t use my chosen name Advice | Dear Abby: I found my old email and was shattered to realize I caused...
    Grace Molteni/Mother Jones; Getty Facts matter: Sign up for the free Mother Jones Daily newsletter. Support our nonprofit reporting. Subscribe to our print magazine.An estimated 311,000 children in this country have experienced gun violence at school since the Columbine school shooting in 1999. A recent analysis reveals that in 2020, firearms surpassed cars to become the leading cause of death for people under 19 years old. And some of the country’s worst school shootings have devastated the country just over the last decade: Sandy Hook Elementary (2012), UC-Santa Barbara (2014), Marysville-Pilchuck High School (2014), Umpqua Community College (2015), Marjory Stoneman Douglas High (2018), Santa Fe High (2018), Oxford High (2021). And last month, Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas. Those statistics should shock you. There is nothing about school shootings that is “normal” or inevitable. But these attacks, and the news cycles following them, have become a sad, familiar part of our lives. (It’s not just school shootings; all mass shootings have increased in the last decade too, according to our database.) And over and over, parents and caregivers, including...
    BARCELONA midfielder Gavi is seemingly refusing to sign a new contract at the club amid interest from Manchester United and Liverpool. The club's president Joan Laporta confirmed an offer has been made for the highly rated 17-year-old. 1It appears Gavi is reluctant to sign a new deal at the Nou Camp Speaking to L'Esportiu, Laporta said: "Gavi's agent has the new contract proposal on the table for a long time but he has not accepted yet. "We don't understand... I don't like the situation. "I encourage them to accept it as soon as possible, because it also helps us plan." The central midfielder's deal expires at the end of next season, but Liverpool could trigger the £41million release clause in his current contract, according to reports last month. READ MORE IN FOOTBALLMAN UTD NEWS Pau Torres agents 'flying to Manchester', Ten Hag wants Ronaldo to stay Barca see Gavi and fellow teenager Pedri as the future of their midfield and could allow another Man Utd target Frenkie de Jong to leave. Laporta confirmed that offers for...
    How are folks reacting? As you might guess, Twitter commenters ripped Ocasio-Cortez for her attacks, with LifeNews leading the way: "Tell me you don't understand science without saying you don't understand science." Other AOC critics also had their say: "I’ll be sure to pass this along to all non-religious pro-life people," one user said. "It is stunning that people are now so crass about ending the life of a baby with a living heartbeat and actual feeling. Life….what a beautiful choice for Christians and everybody else." "Someday, she'll revisit this conversation with the One who created that life," another user predicted. "Notice how they don't have an argument in favor of abortion that doesn't involve invoking something about religion?" another commenter offered. "I'm not religious, think abortion is wrong, accept the science that it is a human life. They can't argue with me because they have to invoke religion." "I’ve stated before how people who need instructions on shampoo bottles or warnings on coffee cups are AOC’s base. She proves me right every day," another user said. "Taking religion...
    WHAT springs to mind when you think about Build-a-Bear? For us, it's hoards of excited kids, cute toy-sized tutus and those iconic cardboard "houses" all the cuddly friends go home in. But while it looks like one of the best enjoyable jobs in the world from the outside looking in, former employee Yerry knows exactly how emotional it can be too. 3Yerry filmed herself making a 'Memory Bear' for a customerCredit: tiktok.com/@lazybruja 3It dawned on her that the recording was the last voicemail they'd ever received from a loved oneCredit: tiktok.com/@lazybruja Earlier this year, the 24-year-old posted a TikTok video of herself fulfilling an online order in-store. This involved stuffing their bear of choice, adding the customer's personalised voice recording and sending it out. Although she tries her best not to listen to the messages, Yerry explained how she accidentally heard this one - which happened to be the last ever voicemail a loved one had left the customer. She wrote: "Realising its a voicemail which can only mean one thing. Read More Employee ConfessionsPRIMARK PERKS I work in Primark...
    ABC’s legal analyst Sunny Hostin said Friday on ABC’s “The View” that Latino and black Republicans are an “oxymoron” while discussing White House Principal Deputy Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre being named the first black and openly LGBTQ White House Press secretary. Discussing a potential conflict of interest because Jean-Pierre is married to CNN reporter Suzanne Malveaux, Guest co-host Lindsey Granger said, “I was a producer for a decade before I was on air. I understand the behind-the-scenes of television and working in it.” She added, “I’m not accusing of these women of doing anything unsavory, but I’m saying there is potential that there could be a conflict of interest.” Co-host Ana Navarro said, “Okay, I know this may be a novel point, a novel idea for a person who is a supporter of Trump, but there are people being capable of being related and not having ethical issues.” Granger said, “There are many things I don’t stand by that Trump did. Trump has done things that are racist. I’m a black woman first, so always understand that. But I do say that I...
    The View co-host Sunny Hostin and guest co-host Lindsey Granger battled over Black Republicans on Friday’s show. A segment on White House Principal Deputy Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre being named the first Black and openly LGBTQ White House Press secretary, succeeding Jen Psaki, went off the rails when Hostin called Black Republicans “an oxymoron.” Granger said she’s “a Black woman” who thought of former President Donald Trump as having done “racist” things but has “conservative values that I will talk to you about.” She didn’t specify what Trump has done that is racist. Hostin asked Granger if she’s a Republican to which Granger answered in the affirmative. Granger went on to try to attack CNN only for Hostin to say, “I feel like that’s an oxymoron, a Black Republican.” “You feel like it’s an oxymoron?” shot back Granger. Hostin said yes. Granger pointed at guest co-host Ana Navarro as a Republican and noted that Hostin is a Catholic but is pro-abortion. “I don’t understand either of you,” said Hostin. “You don’t understand yourself, though,” shot back Granger. “I understand myself,”...
    Democratic strategist James Carville said Thursday on CNN’s “OutFront” that if the Supreme Court overturned 1973’s Roe v. Wade decision, Republicans were “justified” in not fearing Democrats who “sit around and talk about veganism and pronouns.” Burnett said, “So what Democrats have been talking about, now look, it’s 48 hours past the Roe vs. Wade news, so who knows where things are going to go, but they say we’ll motivate our base on this. Hillary Clinton went on CBS and talked about it — that the outrage that people will feel will get people to come to the polls. Do you think that’s true?” Carville said, “Well, I don’t know. I’m like a lot of dads today, been fielding calls from angry and distraught daughters. I think that’s going on in all over the United States. To date, they have no fear of Democrats. That’s why they do this. Democrats, you have to understand how significant this is in politics. Democrats have won the popular vote in seven out of the last eight presidential elections. Roe is over 2-to-1 in approval....
    The world learned on Wednesday that Hollywood legend Bruce Willis, 67, would retire due to his diagnosis of aphasia, a potentially devastating condition that causes a person to lose communication skills.  Willis' family announced that the condition would cause the Die Hard star to step away 'from the career that has meant so much to him.'  Around one million Americans suffer from the condition, the National Institutes of Health reports, and around 180,000 people are diagnosed with it every year.  It can manifest itself in multiple ways, and is often either the result of a head injury, a stroke, a tumor or other brain deterioration. Aphasia can be devastating as well, with experts saying it causes depression in over a third of cases, can lead to personality shifts and can even alienate friends and family from the affected person.  'Imagine being dropped in a country where you do not speak the language - cannot understand, read, write or speak. It would impact all of your interactions - this is what it is like to have aphasia,' Darlene Williamson, president of...
    A Russian oligarch being kicked out the UK has moaned he may not be allowed to take his cleaner or driver - as thousands of Ukrainians die at war. Petr Aven, who is allegedly close friends with Vladimir Putin, said he and his family 'don't understand how to survive' on their own. The billionaire businessman, 67, who lives in St James's, central London, fears he will never be allowed back into Britain following crippling sanctions by the West. Aven had his bank account and assets frozen across the UK and Europe after Russia invaded Ukraine last month. He was said to be with despot Putin in the Kremlin on the day soldiers crossed into the disputed Donbas region. The former academic and politician - worth around £4.5billion - now wants to challenge the sanctions levelled against him. It comes as Russian bombs continued to decimate Ukrainian cities across the country on Friday. But the resistance movement kept up the fight and in some areas showed signs of pushing Moscow's forces back. Petr Aven, who is allegedly close friends with Vladimir...
    Republican Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene said people in Washington, D.C. don't understand how she speaks because they live in a bubble.  'They are disconnected from real Americans, and that is their problem, not mine,' the Georgia Republican told The Washington Times in an interview published Wednesday. 'I believe and share the same thoughts and feelings of the people in our district.'    In her nearly 15 months in Congress, Greene has stood out because she's dabbled in conspiracy theories, gotten into arguments with her peers in the hallways and shouted down President Joe Biden during this month's State of the Union address.  Republican Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene said people in Washington, D.C. don't understand how she speaks because they live in a bubble Reps. Marjorie Taylor Greene (right) and Laruen Boebert (left) shouted at President Joe Biden during his March 1 State of the Union address Her refusal to wear a face mask on the House floor during the COVID-19 pandemic amounted to her being charged more than $100,000 in fines - being taken out of her $174,000 annual salary.  She...
    SHOPPERS might overhear Target employees using strange phrases and wish they knew the inside lingo. Here is a look into the secret language of Target employees. 1The Target vernacular includes terms like 'clopen,' 'race track' and 'zoning'Credit: Getty Many Target employees or "team members" hate when they have to do a "clopen," Mental Floss reported. This refers to an annoying situation where employees have a closing shift and then open the store the next morning. "I'd (like to) get rid of the clopen shifts" former Target employee Adam told Mental Floss. The Target "race track" is the main pathway that circles the store. "One main aisle circles the store, with additional aisles running through the center and the perimeters, allowing for more space to display product," the store's website says. Read more Target storiesHIT THE TARGET I fell in love chatting with Target support but people worry he'll be firedSALE AWAY The top right corner on Target price tags give a clue WHEN to buy on clearance "Reshop" is any merchandise that is out of place and needing...
    She's set to reprise her role as Lady Cora Crawley in Downton Abbey: A New Era, the second film following the hugely successful TV series. But despite having portrayed the Countess of Grantham since 2010 when the historical drama began, Elizabeth McGovern admitted that she has 'no idea' why Downton Abbey is so popular.  In a new interview, the American actress, 30, also revealed that she felt that shooting the big screen version of the Julian Fellowes written saga was 'very similar' to making the TV series. Bemused: Despite having portrayed the Countess of Grantham since 2010 when the historical drama began, Elizabeth McGovern admitted that she has 'no idea' why Downton Abbey is so popular Downton Abbey, which depicted the lives of the aristocratic Crawley family and their domestic servants, ran for six series and is the recipient of several awards including Golden Globes, BAFTAs and Screen Actors Guild awards. RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Rose Leslie shows off her style credentials in a vibrant... 'It's made me even more aware of the...
    (CNN)Kelly Rizzo, the widow of late comedian and actor Bob Saget, is thanking those who have reached out to her to express their support since is sudden death in January."I just wanted to take a second to say to everybody that it has not gone unnoticed. I have been incredibly grateful and appreciative of all of you for the love and support," Rizzo said in a video posted to her Instagram stories on Tuesday. "I have had people who were strangers that now have become friends on Instagram. So many people have shared their stories with me of the loss that you've been through, and you've poured out your heart, and it's just really kind that you've tried to help me by sharing your stories."She went on to say, "This whole grief thing is something that I've learned recently. A lot of people don't really understand, don't really like to talk about it, it's not a very fun topic, but it's something that at one point or another, we all go through. And even though I'm still very new to...
    Radio legend Howard Stern is confused and frustrated by NFT’s. NFT (AKA non-fungible tokens) are unique tokens used to represent the ownership of unique digital items. Unlike Stern, celebrities from Emenem to Gwyneth Paltrow to Jimmy Fallon are owners of NFT’s. And more. “I don’t even understand what an NFT is,” Stern said on his SiriusXM radio show. “It’s so stupid I don’t even know how to say it.” “It’s a digital representation of something,” Stern’s co-host Robin Quivers tried to explain. “It’s the only one that will ever be created. No one will ever be able to get their hands on the original,” she said. “What are you buying?” Stern replied in bewilderment. “My head’s going to explode — it’s insane. I don’t know what they’re talking about. Like I’m old school,” he replied. Stern then said the entire thing sounds like a scam. “Before I got into radio I used to sell real estate on the moon,” Stern jokingly said. “What are you talking about? This sounds to me, again, I hate to sound like an old fool...
    After days of denials, Tom Brady is finally ready to retire from football.  The seven-time Super Bowl champion announced his decision on Instagram, Tuesday. 'It is time to focus my time and energy on other things that require my attention,' he wrote.   ESPN first reported Brady's retirement on Saturday, citing unidentified sources. Brady's health and wellness company posted a tweet indicating he's retiring, and reaction came from around the world congratulating Brady on his career. Even the NFL's Twitter account posted a series of congratulatory messages. TB12sports quickly deleted its tweet, but ESPN and NFL Network continued reporting that Brady has played his last game. 'We're in such an era of information and people want to be in front of the news often, and I totally understand that and understand that's the environment we're in,' Brady said. 'But I think for me, it's literally day to day with me. I'm trying to do the best I can every day and evaluate things as they come, and I'm trying to make a great decision for me and my family.' Brady said...
    MANCHESTER UNITED defender Eric Bailly has revealed that he still sometimes struggles with British accents. The Ivory Coast international joked that Jesse Lingard is particularly hard to understand. 1Bailly is currently in his sixth season at Manchester UnitedCredit: Getty In an interview with Poet and Vuj on their YouTube channel the 27-year-old admitted that the language was the hardest thing to adapt to when he moved to the UK. Bailly said: "The language, they're different, Liverpool, United they're all different. "When I go to London it's better." When David Vujanic jokingly asked if he needed subtitles, the defender replied: "When Jesse starts to talk sometimes I'm like hey, come on, slow! and I don't understand! "It's crazy!" In the interview he also revealed that Jamie Vardy is one of the most difficult strikers to play against: "I like Vardy because he is a hard striker, it's very difficult. Most read in SportCOACH GONE NFL legend John Madden watched doc on his football career only days before deathGONE TOO SOON What to know about reporter Jeff Dickerson's wife CaitlinTRAGIC LOSS Brother...
    A BRA specialist who claims she worked in Victoria Secret for five years is revealing the things she learned on the job that most customers do not know. Daelyn Nicole from the USA said that there are many misconceptions about bra size, with many people thinking that bra size is universal. 2The woman is revealing the bra misconceptionsCredit: @daelynnicole_/Tiktok Taking to her TikTok account Daelyn lists the things she learned that most customers would be interested in. Posting under the domain @daelynnicole_ said: "Things I learned working as a bra specialist at Victoria secret for five years that most women do not know." "Number one" she continues, "your cup size and band actually correlate, meaning that your cup size is not a universal term. Someone who is a 36 D is going to have a completely different cup to someone who is a 32 D." The previous retail worker said that customers constantly argued with her about their bra size. thinking she was mistaken. FABULOUS BINGO: GET A £5 FREE BONUS WITH NO DEPOSIT REQUIRED "Like 'Daelyn I'm not a...
    Feeling overwhelmed by the sensation that you’re going to be sick is one of the most miserably debilitating experiences — pity, then, people who live with nausea, feeling severely sick for days, weeks, even months on end. Experts say that for many people living with long-term conditions, the nausea this causes can be the worst part of their illness. ‘It is so debilitating that it stops people living their daily lives,’ says Gareth Sanger, a professor of neuropharmacology at the Blizard Institute at Barts and The London School of Medicine and Dentistry.  ‘Research has found that patients are so desperate to escape chronic nausea that they say they would even be prepared to gamble on taking a theoretical pill that would have a 50/50 chance of curing them or killing them. It’s that bad.’ Experts say that for many people living with long-term conditions, the nausea this causes can be the worst part of their illness Recent research found that a quarter of women affected by severe, persistent nausea and vomiting during pregnancy suffered suicidal thoughts as a result. Chronic...
    An interview with the sheriff of Oakland County, Michigan got a bit testy on Friday after Don Lemon repeatedly pressed him on why the fugitive parents of Ethan Crumbley aren’t in custody after they were charged with four counts of involuntary manslaughter. Prosecutors charged Crumbley, who is in custody, with four counts of first degree murder in connection with the deadly shooting that occurred at Oxford High School on Tuesday. His parents, James Crumbley and Jennifer Crumbley, were charged after prosecutors say they failed to secure the gun their son allegedly used during the shooting. But authorities said they’ve been unable to locate the parents, who have been declared fugitives. Sheriff Michael Bouchard told Lemon his department received no notice from prosecutor Karen McDonald that she was bringing charges against the parents. Instead, Bouchard says, he found out the they were being charged from the media. During the interview, Lemon pressed the sheriff as to why the Crumbleys aren’t in custody. “I’m being tough on you with these questions because I just don’t understand, whether the the prosecutor said it...
    Shoppers carry purchases from a Best Buy store on Black Friday in San Carlos, California, U.S., on Friday, Nov. 26, 2021.Bloomberg | Bloomberg | Getty Images Before you grab that great deal through a store's special financing offer, make sure you know what you are signing up for. About half of retailers offer credit cards with deferred interest, yet 56% of Americans don't know how the financing strategy actually works, a study from personal finance website WalletHub found. It polled more than 300 U.S. adults in October. That lack of knowledge could mean a big bill for you down the line. While you pay no interest or a reduced rate for a period of time, you may get a high regular APR retroactively applied to your original purchase amount if you pay one month's bill late or even owe as little as $1 when the promotional period ends. For instance, if you charged $800 on a normal credit card that had a 0% APR promotion for six months, and it takes you seven months to pay it off, you'd owe...
    LIONEL MESSI won his seventh Ballon d'Or last night much to the dismay of some of his peers in football. The Argentine made it consecutive wins at the star-studded ceremony after picking up the gong in 2019. 1Messi's seventh Ballon d'Or win caused uproar amongst football's eliteCredit: Rex But Messi's hardly set the world alight since joining Paris Saint-Germain from Barcelona this summer - leaving several of football's elite questioning the decision to hand him the prestigious gong. Leading the outcry was German legend Lothar Matthäus who claimed Messi's win was incredulous, stating: "Honestly, I don't understand anything anymore." In Matthaus' eyes, Bayern Munich ace Robert Lewandowski who finished as runner-up to Messi, was the worthy winner of the accolade. He raged, reported by Mundo Deportivo: "With all due respect to Messi and the other great players named, none deserved it as much as Lewandowski." Matthaus' ex-Bayern team-mate Oliver Kahn whose now the Bavarian side's CEO also reckons Lewandowski should've been given the golden globe-shaped award. He added: "Lewandowski would have deserved both the Ballon d'Or and his top scorer...
    Former President Barack Obama revealed that his wife Michelle told him to spend more time with Bruce Springsteen to reflect on his 'failings and flaws.' Obama said during a CBS interview on Monday that as he was getting to know singer-songwriter Bruce Springsteen, his wife said to him, 'you need to spend more time with Bruce.'  'I said, "Well, why is that?''' Obama recounted.  'She says, "You know, he understands all his failings and flaws as a man, and you don't seem to understand as well just exactly how messed up you are."' Obama said he replied: 'You're right. No doubt.' Michelle and Barack Obama met in 1989 while working at a law firm in Chicago and married three years later.  Michelle opened up about her marriage to the 44th president in a September 2020 episode of The Michelle Obama Podcast.  'There were times that I wanted to push Barack out of the window. And I say that because it’s like, you’ve got to know the feelings will be intense,' she said. 'But that doesn’t mean you quit. And these periods...
    Joe Biden repeated his questionable claim Thursday night that his multi-trillion spending plan will not cost anything, which some experts have called 'delusional.' The president made the remark at the top of his town hall meeting on CNN, saying: 'By the way, all this paid for. Every single penny. It's not going to raise one single cent.' Biden also acknowledged that his congressional agenda is hard to understand. He has two pieces of legislation he's pushing: his infrastructure plan that funds traditional projects like roads, bridges and airports and he has a second plan that focuses on social programs. That second plan has been called a budget package, a reconcilitation bill, and his Build Back Better bill. 'We have two plans. One is the infrastructure plan, roads, highway, bridges, buses, trains, et cetera. And the other one is what I call the care economy,' he said. 'So there's a lot of pieces in there. There's a lot that people don't understand.' Joe Biden repeated his questionable claim Thursday night that his multi-trillion spending plan will not cost anything, making it at the top of...
    Former Secretary of State Mike Pompeo accepted a Nixon Foundation award in California and accused the Biden administration of failing to appreciate that there is 'evil and there is good' in the world. Pompeo, who along with former Trump national security advisor Robert O'Brien was given the group's 'architect of peace' award for their work on the Abraham Accords to bring Israelis and Middle East neighbors closer together, blasted the succeeding administration on Afghanistan and other issues.  'At its very core, what the Biden administration fails to understand is there is a harsh reality out there, that there is evil and there is good,' he said. 'And if you withdraw from Afghanistan without considering the ramifications and dealing with them and making sure the conditions are right, America will be diminished.' Former Secretary of State Mike Pompeo accepted an award from the Richard Nixon Foundation and accused the Biden administration of failing to appreciate 'there is evil and there is good' in the world His statement on the 'conditions' is a likely reference to the the agreement he negotiated in...
    WWE superstar Seth Rollins came close to getting fired by Triple H for insubordination during his rookie years with the wrestling giants. Rollins joined Vince McMahon's promotion in 2010 from Ring of Honor and spent two years in the developmental brands performing on FCW and later NXT. 3WWE star Seth Rollins turned Impact Wrestling down before joining NXTCredit: WWE The Architect had previously reached a verbal agreement to join Impact Wrestling but never signed a contract and ultimately shook hands with WWE where he aspired to become a top star. However, the 35-year-old didn't get off to a good start as he often butted heads with NXT trainer Terry Taylor, who is the mentor of WWE Hall of Famer and Executive Vice President of Global Talent Strategy & Development Triple H. Taylor was also employed by Impact during the period when Rollins turned them down. The ex-WWE Champion's attitude reached boiling point and McMahon's son in law gave him a cold shower by telling him he doesn't rate him and hinted he will be terminated if he doesn't change his...
    JOE Rogan tested negative for Covid-19 just two days after announcing he contracted the disease and was using horse meds to battle his “fever and sweats” symptoms. On Friday, the $100million Spotify podcast star assured fans he was in the Covid clear, posting "tested negative today!" by an Instagram photo of a digital contraption’s negative result. 4Rogan claimed he tested negative for Covid-19 just two days after announcing he contracted the diseaseCredit: Instagram/Joe Rogan 4He posted a photo of the negative result on Friday and captioned it with "tested negative today"Credit: Joe Rogan/Instagram "Thanks for all the kind wishes," he added. The 53-year-old went public on Wednesday to let his millions of followers know he had the virus and “threw the kitchen sink” by loading up on a cocktail of drugs including ivermectin to reduce "fever and sweats."  Rogan took heat for his comments about the coronavirus vaccine earlier this year and so far hasn’t publicly disclosed whether he's been inoculated or not.  He only admitted to feeling "weary" and "run down" before getting tested for the virus. VAXX FREE?...
    Anna Durbin (pictured), of Johns Hopkins University, believes the decision to start rolling out boosters next month is not based on any data Several scientists are arguing against the White House's decision to make COVID-19 vaccine  booster shots available to all Americans. On Wednesday, health officials said that, starting September 20, adults over age 18 who received either Pfizer-BioNTech or Moderna vaccines will be eligible for the third shot eight months after receiving their second and final dose. But some experts say this move is a misuse of resources and not based on data. Dr Anna Durbin, an international Health professor at Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, Maryland, told DailyMail.com she believes the approval was not based in scientific evidence but rather on panic and fear. She added that some medical professionals themselves may be contributing to panic about breakthrough cases and the Indian 'Delta' variant. Last week, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved vaccine boosters only for immunocompromised Americans.  President Joe Biden told Good Morning America on Thursday morning that 'it's past time' that the booster...
    An elegance coach has revealed the seemingly attractive personality traits that could be turning your partner off without you realising. Anna Bey, who lives in Geneva, boasts over 976,000 subscribers on YouTube, where she shares self-help videos for infiltrating high society, living a 'feminine lifestyle' and having good etiquette in posh settings. Having married her wealthy husband during lockdown, the School of Affluence founder decided to share a video showcasing the 'elegant' traits that could be turning your man off. In her recent YouTube clip, she suggested that being pompous, using 'complicated vocabulary' and wanting to appear totally mysterious could make a woman seem unattractive to 'most men'. Using 'difficult words' he might not understand  An elegance coach has revealed the classy personality traits that could be turning your partner off - insisting there is such a thing as being too elegant (stock photo) RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Transgender actress, 40, who appeared in Silent Witness... How you can fake a salon-style blow out at HOME with three... Share this...
    A class of fourth graders in Minnesota were given an equity survey about race and gender, but were allegedly told by a teacher not to tell their parents about the questions that they were asked even if they didn't understand them.  Student Hayley Yasgar says she felt 'very nervous and uncomfortable' when her teacher instructed her not to talk to her mother about the survey.  The survey was conducted at Riverview intermediate school in the Sartell-St. Stephen School District in Minnesota by the Equity Alliance of Minnesota the survey comes as part of a national debate on how to teach history and current events specifically focusing on matters of race.  In a video posted by Alpha News, she spoke to the school board on July 19 claiming that her teacher said that she was not permitted to skip any questions even if she didn't understand them.  Hayey Yasgar spoke to her school board about how 'uncomfortable and nervous' she felt when her teacher told her not to discuss the questions of the equity survey with her parents One question asked the students what...
    I went to Cannes to cover this year's film festival. Jacob Sarkisian I recently went on a work trip to this year's Cannes Film Festival. While the trip was a lot of fun, I found myself wanting to share the experience with someone else. After a year of lockdown and isolation, I don't want to solo travel. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. I solo travelled for the first time during a recent work trip to this year's Cannes Film Festival. While this four-day trip wasn't the typical travelling-around-a-continent-for-months-on-end experience that many solo travellers undertake to "find themselves," it did give me a taste of what it would be like to go away by myself. And while some people rave about its benefits, I won't be heading to the airport by myself again if I can help it. I covered the Cannes Film Festival for Insider. Jacob Sarkisian After a year in lockdown, it was so good to get out of the country and explore somewhere elseAs many will know, working from home for over a year...
    US coronavirus: Mask mandates are back on the table as Covid-19 surges nationwide Teens remains found 3 years after deadly California mudslide Amazing Device Lights Up Dark Countertops and Fixes Dark Kitchens Ad Microsoft Full screen 1/9 SLIDES © Rick Diamond/Shutterstock Taking responsibility Morgan Wallen is opening up about an n-word scandal that has become an unfortunate lowlight of his blossoming career. While speaking to "Good Morning America" on July 23, the singer said, "I was around some of my friends, and we just ... we say dumb stuff together. And it was -- in our minds, it's playful ... that sounds ignorant, but it -- that's really where it came from ... and it's wrong." Morgan said he didn't have a clear understanding of the meaning of the word and the pain behind it. "I think I was just ignorant about it," he said. "I don't think I sat down and was, like, 'Hey, is this right...
    Daniiel Medvedev tried to beat the heat at the Tokyo Olympics. Patrick Semansky/AP Images Tennis star Daniil Medvedev called the heat at the Tokyo Olympics "some of the worst" he's faced. Medvedev and Novak Djokovic both called for later starts to matches to avoid the heat. According to The Washington Post, the Tokyo Olympics could end up being the hottest on record. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. World No. 2 men's tennis player Daniil Medvedev won his first match of the Tokyo Olympics but described the heat as nearly unbearable. Speaking to reporters, Medvedev said the Tokyo heat was "some of the worst" he's experienced during play. "Where I live in summer in Cannes can be really hot, I'm not going to lie, but you have to play," Medvedev said via CNA. "That's the Olympics. You go for the medal. You're not here to cry about heat. "It was really tough for both of us." According to The Washington Post, the Tokyo games could be the hottest on record, with temperatures expected to peak around 90,...
    DECLAN RICE has revealed his unlikely source of inspiration to win the Euros - FaceTime chats with James Corden. And he adds the chat show host has tried helping him grasp just how huge an impact the tournament is having on the lives of England fans everywhere. 3Declan Rice has revealed regular FaceTime talks with James Corden after England gamesCredit: AFP 3Corden has helped Rice understand how seriously England fans are taking the tournamentCredit: Getty West Ham star Rice is playing a crucial role in England’s charge towards Sunday’s final at Wembley. The anchorman has forged a formidable midfield partnership with Leeds ace Kalvin Phillips. And Gareth Southgate has used their steel to provide a platform for attackers like Harry Kane and Raheem Sterling to shine. Rice will be called into action once again for Wednesday’s crunch semi-final against Denmark. And he’s revealed how regular chats on FaceTime with comedian and Hammers fan Corden have tried to help him understand just how seriously England fans are taking the tournament. Rice told the Official England Podcast: “Since the Scotland game I...
    Actress Cynthia Nixon has been described as out-of-touch by the owner of her local CVS in Manhattan, after she criticized the store for putting some of its products under lock and key. The Sex and The City star on Thursday tweeted that it saddened her to see the products behind glass, and said prosecuting poor people was not the solution. Yet Vincent, the manager of the SoHo CVS close to Nixon's $3.2 million apartment, said she was not living in the real world. 'Miss Cynthia Nixon, I don't think you understand what is going on,' he told DailyMail.com 'If you feel that way, maybe one day you should come here and see what we go through. 'Because people are in danger too - they come in here, and start with customers.' Vincent, who manages Cynthia Nixon's local CVS in SoHo, said that the Sex and the City actress was unrealistic to ask for the locks on products in his store to be removed. He said the shelves were regularly raided, with people carting away backpacks full of items, which...
    SEAN Hannity has called Prince Harry the "prince of woke" as he told the duke to stop lecturing Americans on the First Amendment. The presenter's comments come after Duke of Sussex admitted last week that he doesn't understand the clause in the US constitution. ???? Read our Meghan and Harry live blog for the latest news and gossip... 4Fox News host Sean Hannity called Harry the 'prince of woke' following his remarks about the US constitutionCredit: Fox On Monday night, Hannity branded Harry a "royal pain" following the remarks. He said: “So I got a lot of reaction to comments I made last night about Harry. Now we don’t need Harry coming from England to lecture us on our ‘bonkers’ first amendment that he can’t understand. 'You think censorship and suppression of thought is a good thing? You want the government to be able to control what people are allowed to think, believe and say?" Hannity also criticized the duke for not naming the member of the Royal Family who allegedly made racist remarks about his son...
    Prince Harry has described the First Amendment as 'bonkers', criticizing the freedom of speech sacred to his adopted homeland. The 36-year-old appeared on Dax Shepard's podcast on Thursday, Armchair Expert, to discuss mental health, his family, life in Los Angeles and his future projects. He expressed shock at how much attention he received while living at film producer Tyler Perry's mansion in Beverly Hills, and complained of the media 'feeding frenzy'. 'I've got so much I want to say about the First Amendment as I sort of understand it, but it is bonkers,' he said.  Prince Harry is pictured with Dax Shepard (left) and his co-host Monica Padman (center) Prince Harry speaks at the Global Citizen: VAX Live concert on May 8, 2021 Prince Charles walks behind the Duke of Edinburgh's coffin during his funeral last month 'I don't want to start going down the First Amendment route because that's a huge subject and one which I don't understand because I've only been here a short time. 'But, you can find a loophole in anything.  'You can capitalize...
    PUZZLED Pep Guardiola still can't understand the Engish obsession with alcohol at parties despite celebrating his third title success in four seasons with Manchester City. The Etihad chief can expect more than a tipple of applause when fans return but in the mean time he was delighted to get a congratulatory message from one of his "inspirations" - Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp. 3Pep Guardiola has enjoyed impromptu title-glory parties more than bigger events 3Pep Guardiola says he has learned from the success of rival boss Jurgen KloppCredit: Kevin Quigley-The Daily Mail Guardiola clinched his latest crowning glory when Manchester United lost 2-1 at home to Leicester on Tuesday. City's whole squad and backroom team were hastily invited down to the club's academy complex for an impromptu celebration. The Spaniard said: “It was so nice. The unexpected parties are the nicest ones. If you organise a big party they are normally more boring than last Tuesday. “We came here in our bubble. We drank a bit, we danced, he hugged a lot, we remembered how good it was. “Then at 11.30...
    Ellen DeGeneres hosts an NBC talk show. Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images Ellen DeGeneres addressed allegations that her talk show had a toxic work environment on "Today." She said she doesn't understand the accusations, calling them "orchestrated" and "coordinated." DeGeneres went on to say that "every guest" on her show told her it was a "happy place." Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Ellen DeGeneres discussed toxic workplace allegations on Thursday's episode of "Today," her first interview after announcing that her eponymous NBC talk show will end after its 19th season airs in 2022.  "I really didn't understand it. I still don't understand it. It was too orchestrated. It was too coordinated," she told "Today" cohost Savannah Guthrie. She continued, "People get picked on, but for four months straight for me. For me to read in the press about a toxic work environment when all I've ever heard from every guest that comes on the show is what a happy atmosphere this is and what a happy place it is."—TODAY (@TODAYshow) May 13, 2021DeGeneres told Guthrie that she wasn't...
    On Tuesday’s “CNN Tonight,” House Majority Whip James Clyburn (D-SC) said that while he doesn’t believe in eliminating police, he doesn’t think Rep. Rashida Tlaib’s (D-MN) call for “no more policing” is harmful and “she’s expressing her frustrations and what she hears from her constituents, and I can understand that.” Clyburn began by saying “We’ve got to have police officers.” Host Don Lemon asked, “I’m wondering if you think these — the latest remarks, are they harmful?” Clyburn responded, “No, I don’t think so. I think that she represents her district. She knows what’s going on in and around Detroit. That is one thing. But I come out of a culture where people honor the police, but they want good policing. We do not honor bad police officers.” He further stated that we shouldn’t eliminate the police, but should get rid of bad police officers. Lemon then cut in to ask if Tlaib’s comments hurt the cause of police reform. Clyburn answered, “No, I don’t think they do. I think she’s expressing her frustrations and what she hears from her constituents,...
    PIERS Morgan has admitted he was feeling "tired and agitated" on the day he quit Good Morning Britain. The 55-year-old had spent the last 12 months on the cutting edge of breaking news about the coronavirus pandemic, Brexit, Megxit and Donald Trump losing the presidency. 4Piers Morgan has opened up about his feelings on the day he quit GMB But the dad-of-four says the constant "vicious and nasty" trolling had taken its toll in the run-up to him leaving the breakfast show. Writing for the Mail on Sunday today, Piers said he'd suffered a" bad night of broken sleep." "It's been a strange, stressful 12 months for everyone," he continued. "And I've been in the thick of all the increasingly toxic debates – whether about the pandemic, or those other hot-button issues of Brexit, Trump and the Sussexes. 4Meghan Markle complained to ITV about Piers' comments "Normally, I revel in the noise. But unregulated social media, as anyone in the public eye will confirm, has got increasingly vicious and nasty. "When we got on air, I was tired and agitated....
    Joanna Lumley has revealed that she will never watch or appear in The Crown because she thinks it's 'awful' that viewers don't know it's 'mostly made up.' The Absolutely Fabulous star, 74, who's been close to the heir to the throne for years as an ambassador for The Prince's Trust and attended his 2005 wedding to the Duchess of Cornwall, said she wouldn't watch the hit Netflix show because she's concerned some viewers don't know it's 'mostly made up'.  Speaking on Chopper's Politics podcast for The Telegraph, the actress also admitted she hasn't been keeping tabs on the royal family - adding that she finds the Megxit saga 'ghastly'.  It comes after Prince Harry and Meghan Markle shook the Firm to its core following their explosive interview with Oprah Winfrey, in which they made claims of racism within the royal family and alleged concerns about Meghan's mental health were ignored.  Joanna Lumley, pictured with her friend Prince Charles at Clarence House, has said she would never appear in The Crown because she thinks it's 'awful' viewers don't know it's 'mostly made up' ...
    Democrats' enormous $1.9 trillion coronavirus relief bill is just "spending porn," Sen. John Kennedy, R-La., said Thursday on "Fox & Friends," arguing that the pandemic is being used by the left for many other things not related to COVID-19.  HOUSE PASSES LANDMARK $1.9T COVID BILL, DELIVERS BIDEN FIRST LEGISLATIVE WIN SEN. JOHN KENNEDY: "I voted against it. President Biden says it's a coronavirus bill and my response is: really? Right, and the stripper really likes you. I said the other day that calling this a coronavirus bill is like calling Harvey Weinstein a feminist. It's just chock full of spending porn. And there were parts of it that I liked. I like trying to help people who are unemployed and I like trying to help our small business people, especially our restaurants. CLICK HERE TO GET THE FOX NEWS APP But I don't understand why we have to give bucket loads of money to prisoners. Why do they need help? I don't understand why we have to give money to people who are in our country illegally. I don't understand why we...
    CNN host Don Lemon called out the terse and very brief official response from the royal family to the bombshell revelation from Sunday’s interview between Prince Harry and Meghan Markle with Oprah Winfrey. The couple stunned the world during the two-hour TV event with an explosive revelation that unnamed members of the royal family expressed racist concerns about the possible dark skin tone of their first-born son, Archie. On Monday, in response, the CNN host had broadly condemned the British monarchy as having been “built on a racist structure.” Lemon appeared on The Situation Room on Tuesday night when the royal family — after nearly 48 hours of silence — issued a short statement. “The whole family is saddened to learn the full extent of how challenging the last few years have been for Harry and Meghan,” the statement read. “The issues raised, particularly that of race, are concerning. Whilst some recollections may vary, they are taken very seriously and will be addressed by the family privately. Harry, Meghan and Archie will always be much loved family members.” Situation Room host Wolf Blitzer noted that Lemon had stressed...
    On the night of Thursday, March 4, ‘The island of temptations’ broadcast its seventh installment on Telecinco, in a program in which, after the happy return of Lola Mencía to her villa, apparently more secure in her relationship with Diego James Lover , Lucía Sánchez decided to face the Leonese, with Carlos as the center of the conversation. The woman from Cádiz then launched the occasional pullita, which was later added to the fact that, along with the rest of her companions, she shared her bewilderment at the attitude of the Leonese after the confrontational bonfire. Lola and Lucia, face to face in ‘The island of temptations’ « I want to try it with the new Diego, » Lola assured on her return, shortly before being left alone to chat with Carlos. « She has come back super happy, super in love. I don’t understand anything », declared Lucia, before the cameras of the program. The woman from Cádiz then chose to open up to her partner, whom she acknowledged that « it is true that you were the one I loved the most in...
    In an interview with Raoul Pal, the founder and CEO of Real Vision, American businessman Mark Cuban expressed among so many comments that if you don’t understand Blockchain, it will hit you and make you bleed. Certainly, Mark Cuban said that the way Americans make money is changing, and it starts with Blockchain. This is America 2.0, this is money 2.0. I do not mean money in currency, I mean being able to earn money digitally, everything has changed. The only thing we don’t know is who will be the ‘Amazon’ and who will be Pets.com ». Who is Mark Cuban? He is an American businessman, investor, owner of the NBA’s Dallas Mavericks. Also, owner of Landmark and Magnolia Pictures cinemas. In addition, he is a judge on “The Shark Tank.” Certainly, the entrepreneur entered the world of “digital gold” due to a partnership between the Dallas Mavericks and Bitcoin processor BitPay. “Now we are taking Bitcoin, please go buy everything in Bitcoin.” Bitcoin is «America 2.0» “We see that companies move towards the Internet. We see that...
    Ohio Democratic Rep. Marcy Kaptur fears her party is losing touch with the working class.   In recent interviews with The Hill newspaper, Kaptur recalled one Democratic colleague's advice to the constituents in her Rust Belt district. 'Well, Congresswoman Kaptur, the answer is: Leave,' Kaptur says she was told, declining the identify the member.  Rep. Marcy Kaptur, an Ohio Democrat who is the longest-serving woman in the House, told The Hill newspaper that her Democratic colleagues are losing touch with the working class  Residents of Toledo are photographed in November loading up items from a food pantry. Kaptur warned that Democrats from more affluent districts are dominating the party  Rep. Marcy Kaptur (left) meets with then Vice Presidential nominee Kamala Harris (right) in Cleveland, Ohio. While Joe Biden won Kaptur's district, President Donald Trump made inroads 'They just can't understand,' Kaptur continued. 'They can't understand a family that sticks together because that's what they have. Their loved ones are what they have, their little town, their home, as humble as it is - that's what they have .' ...
    Former Rep. Ron Paul, R-Texas, a decades-long leader in the libertarian movement, responded Tuesday to being censored by Facebook, which rendered him unable to publish his regular "Liberty Report" video program. Paul told "Your World" that he has published commentary on a regular basis since 1956 and had never been prevented from doing so until this week. Host Neil Cavuto clarified that Facebook claimed that there were never any restrictions on Paul's page, but rather an administrator of the ex-lawmaker's page was restricted by mistake. "I don't understand what the error was," the host commented. Video"I don't either," Paul remarked. "They never told me what it was. If they're looking for errors, as a non-interventionist in all forms of government, I know a lot of people that I think are involved in things that they shouldn't be doing. "This whole thing is a bit bizarre," the two-time Republican presidential candidate continued. "I really wonder about it. Because when you think of it, you know, why could I be a threat? Neil, you've known me a long time. I don't threaten people. I have a philosophy of non-violence. All of a sudden, you know, I'm a threat and they use words when they talk...
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