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    ABC’s The View mocked a reporter for asking a sexist question to New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern. During a joint press conference in New Zealand with Ardern and Finnish Prime Minister Sanna Marin, reporter Joey Dwyer of the Kiwi radio station Newstalk ZB asked the former, “Are you two meeting just because you’re similar in age and you’ve got a lot of common stuff there, you know, when you got into politics and stuff? Or can Kiwis actually expect to see more deals between our two countries down the line?” Ardern went viral for shutting down Dwyer’s question. “My first question is I wonder whether or not anyone ever asked [former U.S. President] Barack Obama and [former New Zealand Prime Minister] John Key and if they met because they were of similar age,” said a smiling Ardern. “We of course have a higher proportion of men in politics. It’s reality. But because two women meet, it’s not simply because of their gender.” “We are meeting because we are prime ministers,” said Marin. On Thursday’s The View, the panel had...
    CNN anchor Jake Tapper asked Anna Sorokin — aka “Anna Delvey,” inspiration for the Netflix hit Inventing Anna — if she plans to refrain from doing more crimes. On Wednesday night’s edition of CNN Tonight with Jake Tapper, Sorokin sat for her first television interview since being released from ICE detention with an ankle monitor. In one particularly memorable part of the interview, Tapper asks Sorokin if Inventing Anna actress Julia Garner nailed her strange accent. Then, after Sorokin appears to downplay her crimes, Tapper asks her has she really learned her lesson, and will she actually stop criming: TAPPER: So, I wonder. You wanted to be famous and well-connected. You came to New York with all sorts of plans. And you’re now known as a notorious con artist and grifter and liar. And I’m wondering, do you have — do you have any regrets? SOROKIN: Absolutely, yes. I feel so sorry for a lot of the choices I have made. I also feel like I have learned so much and, like, I grew as a person. TAPPER: Have you apologized to anyone?...
    This tricky 20-question English quiz will put your knowledge to the test. The challenge, shared on US-based trivia website Quizly, will test you on topics including spelling and understanding of idioms.  The creators claim its so difficult that players will struggle to score over 75 per cent.  Think you have what it takes? Scroll down to take the quiz - then check your answers at the bottom of the article.   The challenge, shared on US-based trivia website Quizly, will test you on topics including spelling and understanding of idioms. Stock image  RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Heinz delights shoppers by releasing its FIRST range of... Queen Rania of Jordan poses with her daughters Princess... Woman divides opinion after saying she wants to phone in... Kitchen nightmares! Amateur bakers share their WORST cooking... Share this article Share 1. Comfortable Fidgety Leftover 2. Exhillirate Exhilarate Exhilirate Exhillarate 3. Beans Worms Soup Sardines 4. Inane Exceptional Nimble Unbiased 5. ...
    A new 25-question trivia quiz has been designed to put players' general knowledge to the test. The challenge was shared on US-based trivia platform Quizly, with topics ranging from events from the past and present, economics and politics.  Creators claim people who retain large amounts of information about a wide range of subject will do well.  So, how many can you answer? Scroll down to take the test then check your answers at the bottom.  A new 25-question trivia quiz has been designed to put players' general knowledge to the test (stock image) RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Following in their footsteps! How Prince George and Princess... Do YOU recognise these royals in their back to school snaps?... 'I'm fine Dad': Independent Prince Louis, 4, rebuffs his... Top spot! Kate Middleton dons an elegant £245 brown polka... Share this article Share 1. Coffee Tea 2. Petit Four Lamington Coconut Macaroon 3. Swimming, Cycling, Kayaking and running Skiing, cycling, kayaking and running Swimming, cycling,...
    A baffling new 25-question quiz has been designed to put players' English knowledge to the test. The challenge was shared on US-based trivia platform Quizly, with topics ranging from spelling to idioms. Creators claim most people only manage to get 19 out of 25 in the difficult quiz due to the number of tricky questions.   So, how many can you answer? Scroll down to take the test then check your answers at the bottom.  A tricky new 24-question quiz has been designed to put players' English knowledge to the test (stock image)  RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Couple transforms $55,000 two-story RV into luxury family... Strike a pose! The true story of how Voguing was introduced... Taste of the sweet life! Pret, Costa and Starbucks announce... Savvy shopper, 27, reveals how she's saved a whopping... Share this article Share 24 shares 1. Fidgety Comfortable Leftover  2. Exhillarate Exhilerate Exhilarate  Exhilarrate  3. Sardine Soup Worms Beans  4. Nimble Exceptional Inane...
    CRISTIANO RONALDO was quizzed by Roy Keane after being left out of the starting 11 to play Liverpool. Anthony Elanga replaced the Portuguese legend at Old Trafford. 2Roy Keane speaking to Cristiano Ronaldo at Old Trafford And Ronaldo gatecrashed Sky Sports' pre-match coverage as Keane was joined by Gary Neville and Jamie Carragher. The forward embraced with his two former team-mates and noticeably snubbed ex-Liverpool defender Carragher. Keane then asked Ronaldo why he was not playing, to which he replied: "What do you want me to do?" It was winger Jadon Sancho who opened the lead in Manchester following a fast start by United. READ MORE IN FOOTBALLMAN UTD VS LIVERPOOL Latest updates as the world awaits England's fiercest football rivalry Manager Erik ten Hag was probed on his decision to drop Ronaldo before the match amid rumours the club icon wants to leave. Ten Hag said: "That’s not what he’s telling us. "We plan with him and that has reasons, he scores goals. "We are happy with him, we have to fit...
    A bizarre quiz aiming to tell people what is 'actually wrong with them' has gone viral online - with answers including 'you're annoying as hell' or 'have too much freedom'. The 14-question 'what the actual f*** is wrong with you' quiz asks whether a person is a picky eater or wears socks to bed, for instance, to try and discover the 'issue' the participant is experiencing. It is hosted on Russian website Uquiz and the results range from being a 'compulsive liar' to a 'dumb a** b****' - and feature very harsh explanations. For example, according to Pop Buzz, if your result says you're 'normal', the description reads: 'There is nothing wrong with you but you want it to be. 'You probably fake struggles and support whatever is trending. You act really fake and want to be the main character. You force yourself onto others (not literally) and are overbearing. Gtfoz.' The website first asks you to enter your name and press 'Start Quiz' to get to the 14 multiple-choice questions, developed by user yvngslvt. You are not required to use your real name...
    A NEW personality test filled with 10 of the hardest choices may reveal whether or not you're selfish. There are only two answers to each question, and the key to taking the test is going with your gut - not overthinking. 1A new personality test reveals your selfish tendencies The first choice presented is considered the "A" response, and the second choice is the "B" response. The first question asks you to pick between being the smartest person around or being the most charming. Next, the test asks if you'd rather always have to tell the truth, or always have to lie. Then, you have to pick between never having internet access again, or never taking an airplane in your life. READ MORE ON PERSONALITY TESTSTHE MORE YOU KNOW Test reveals your personality - are you a head, a heart or a body type?KNOW THE SCORE Personality test uses your sex life and height to reveal if you're smart Question four asks if you'd rather find true love, or win a million dollars. The next question has you choose between...
    Getty John Legend at the 64th Annual Grammy Awards. Most people know that John Legend is a coach on “The Voice,” that he’s married to model Chrissy Teigen and that he has the rare honor of being an EGOT winner (Emmy, Grammy, Oscar, Tony).  But what else do you know about John? Here’s a little trivia quiz to find out. 1. Who is John Legend tied with for the same number of wins on “The Voice?” a. Jennifer Hudson b. Ariana Grande c. Christina Aguilera d. Adam Levine (SCROLL DOWN for the answer and more information) 2. What are the names of John and Chrissy’s two children? a. Ethan and Portia b. Miles and Luna c. Christopher and Angelica d. John, Jr. and Layla (SCROLL DOWN for the answer and more information) 3. What hit song by Legend shares its name with a Steve Martin movie? a. Green Light b. Glory c. Preach d. All of Me (SCROLL DOWN for the answer and more information) 4. What Ivy League University did Legend graduate from in 1999? a. University...
    A fiendishly tough 25-question quiz has been designed to stretch players' general knowledge to the limit. The quiz, shared on US-based trivia platform Quizly, features questions that cover all kinds of trivia - from mythology to geography. To make things a little easier, the creators have made it a multiple choice quiz... but it's still surprisingly difficult to score full marks. But do you have what it takes to get a top score? Scroll down to take the quiz then check your answers at the bottom (and no cheating!) A tricky new 25-question quiz has been designed to put players' general knowledge skills to the test - do you have what it takes to get full marks? (stock image) RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Not a girl, not YET a bride! Britney Spears and fiance Sam... Holly Willoughby's summer must-haves! This Morning presenter... British stag do stranded in Amsterdam after their easyJet... Sophie Wessex's humidity-busting hairstyle! How the Countess... Share this article Share 1. Coal  Granite  Lead  Graphite ...
    A tricky new 20-question quiz has been designed to put players' English language skills to the test.  The challenge, shared on US-based trivia platform Quizly, has questions that cover comprehension, spelling and pronunciation. To make things a little easier, the creators have made it a multiple choice quiz... but it's still surprisingly difficult to score full marks. But so you have what it takes to get a top score? Scroll down to take the quiz then check your answers at the bottom (and no cheating!) A tricky new 20-question quiz has been designed to put players' English language skills to the test - but so you have what it takes to get a top score? (stock image)  RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Curious Charlotte! Royal fans go wild over moment... A Disney princess! Giggling Charlotte conducts an orchestra... And they're off! Arrivals at Epsom sport pay tribute to the... Royal blue! Zara Tindall stands out from the crowd in a £480... Share this article Share 1. Slip Equate...
    Getty Blake Shelton On Stage. Most people know that Blake Shelton is a country music superstar who met his wife, Gwen Stefani, on “The Voice.” But what else do you know about Blake? Here’s a little trivia quiz to find out. What was Blake Shelton’s second studio album called? The Wisher The Dreamer The Visionary The Realist (SCROLL DOWN for the answer and more information) Where was Blake Shelton born? Centerville, Tennessee Austin, Texas Ada, Oklahoma Flagstaff, Arizona (SCROLL DOWN for the answer and more information) How many times has Blake Shelton won “The Voice” as a coach? one three six eight (SCROLL DOWN for the answer and more information) What was the name of Shelton’s beloved pet turkey that passed away in 2003? Ronald Turkey Gumshoe Dude (SCROLL DOWN for the answer and more information) Who will co-star with Shelton in his upcoming new show “Barmageddon?” Carson Daly Jimmy Kimmel Adam Levine Snoop Dogg (SCROLL DOWN for the answer and more information)   ANSWER 1: The answer to question one is b. “The Dreamer.” The certified gold...
    Getty Superstar Kelly Clarkson. Most people know that Kelly Clarkson was the first winner of ‘American Idol,’ that she was a coach on “The Voice” and that she has her own daytime talk show.  But what else do you know about Kelly? Here’s a little trivia quiz to find out. How many times has Kelly Clarkson won “The Voice” as a coach? zero two four six (SCROLL DOWN for the answer and more information)   In what U.S. State is Clarkson’s “Vintage Valley,” Ranch? Montana Missouri Arizona California (SCROLL DOWN for the answer and more information)   What is the name of Clarkson’s 2017 Grammy-nominated eighth studio album? Thankful Meaning of Life Stronger Breakaway (SCROLL DOWN for the answer and more information)   What are the names of Clarkson’s two children? Lake and Penn River and Remington Lyric and Melody Shiloh and Carrington (SCROLL DOWN for the answer and more information)   What comedic actor yells out “Kelly Clarkson!” while getting waxed in the movie “The 40-Year-Old Virgin?” Seth Rogan Adam Sandler Jonah Hill Steve Carell (SCROLL DOWN...
    White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre hit back at questions about why President Joe Biden was planning to head to his beachside home after delivering a major speech on gun control on Thursday, as she struggled to explain why he was not staying in Washington to work with Congress. Biden is due to give a primetime address as the nation deals once again with how to prevent mass shootings, before flying to his vacation home on the Delaware coast. 'The president thinks that Congress must act immediately to end this epidemic of gun violence,' said Fox News reporter Peter Doocy. 'Is he going to bring any of the key players from Capitol Hill to the beach with him tonight?' Jean-Pierre had already used her daily briefing to suggest that Biden wanted to give lawmakers space and time for their own negotiations.  So she pushed back at the question.  'Do you want to go to the beach with the president tonight? Is that what you're trying to tell me?' she said. It brought a moment of levity during another briefing where...
    A baffling new 24-question quiz has been designed to put players' general knowledge to the test. The challenge was shared on US-based trivia platform Quizly, with topics ranging from history, science to pop culture. Creators claim only those 'obsessed' with trivia are able to achieve a full score due to the extensive range of tricky questions.   So, how many can you answer? Scroll down to take the test then check your answers at the bottom.  A tricky new 24-question quiz has been designed to put players' general knowledge to the test (stock image)  RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Couple transforms $55,000 two-story RV into luxury family... Strike a pose! The true story of how Voguing was introduced... Taste of the sweet life! Pret, Costa and Starbucks announce... Savvy shopper, 27, reveals how she's saved a whopping... Share this article Share 1. Proxima Centaurus Alpha Centauri Polaris The Sun  2. 75 55 35 25  3. The Hitchhiker's Guide To The Galaxy by Douglas...
    FEW online conflicts have had as much lasting impact as The Dress, an optical illusion that some viewed as blue and black, but others saw as white and gold. The phenomenon is back and better than ever thanks to a confounding image that shows a set of drawers painted white and pink – or are they gray and blue? 1What color do you see when you look at this set of drawers?Credit: Reddit Reddit user agamiegamer posted the image online and asked viewers what color combination they saw. "Pink & White or Blue & Grey?" the user asked in the post title. Immediately, the comments were flooded with other Reddit users debating the color scheme of the painted furniture. Some people even fought with their real-life families and friends. READ MORE ABOUT ILLUSIONSIS IT REAL? Trippy optical illusion has people wondering if there’s a hole in a hand or notEYE CAN'T BELIEVE IT It's hard to believe these optical illusions AREN'T videos "Honestly not trolling, I straight up see pink and white and my boyfriend who is right next to...
    Only a true know-it-all could get a perfect score on this tricky general knowledge quiz.  Coming from the US-based trivia website Quizly, it promises to leave you reaching for the encyclopedia. Do you know enough about a varied range of subjects in order to take home a top score?  Try your hands at the questions below and then scroll down to find the answers at the bottom. But no cheating! Do you know enough about a varied range of subjects in order to take home a top score on this trivia quiz from Quizly? Stock picture  1. RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 2 Next 'Sometimes I love my job!' DJ Fat Tony is joined by partner... 'They're living in another world!' Social media users are... Victoria's BFF! How Mrs Beckham and Eva Longoria became... Share this article Share 1. China 2. Russia 3. Canada 4. USA 2. 1. Time 2. Weight 3. Air pressure 4. Temperature 3. 1. Angelina Jolie 2. Rachel Weisz 3. Audrey Hepburn 4. Zoe...
    Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell is apparently unfazed about his low approval numbers among Republican voters in national polls, the GOP lawmaker indicated on Thursday.  The Kentucky Republican sat for nearly an hour-long live interview with Axios in the morning, where he also dismissed journalist Jonathan Swan's attempt to confront him on his about-face over supporting Donald Trump in 2024. 'There's no obvious challenge to your leadership. People like to gin it up, but there isn't. And yet recent polls show your approval rating is in the 30s among Republicans,' Swan said. 'Why do they hate you?' McConnell, the most powerful elected Republican in Washington, chuckled before beginning his response.  'Look -- there are two constituents that are important to doing this job. The people of Kentucky, who have sent me here seven times, and the Republican members of the Senate, who elected me eight times without opposition,' the lawmaker said.   'My job is not to run up political popularity nationally. I'm not running for anything nationally.' However he admitted that any official leading a political party often 'irritated' people...
    Ask any mother what is most precious to her in the world, and I am certain you’ll hear the same answer: Children. But this terrible war means death to children. ‘Dead’ and ‘children’ — these two words refuse to stand side by side. As a mother, I know it’s impossible even to utter them. It means broken hearts, broken families and broken destinies. Now I have to tell the world about Alice from Okhtyrka. She did not live to be eight years old. She was killed during the shelling of her city along with her grandfather, who covered her with his own body. First Lady of Ukraine, Olena Zelenska, has penned a heartfelt letter to Russian mothers, asking them to think of the impact the invasion is having on Ukrainian children Alice died in hospital the day after being injured Russian troops who opened fire in the city of Ochtyrk I have to tell you about 18-month-old Kirill from Mariupol, whose parents raced him to the hospital under fire — but where doctors could not do anything to save him....
    Social media users from around the world have attempted to answer a baffling question: are there more doors or wheels in the world?  Much like 2015's famous 'is the dress white and gold, or blue and black?' controversy, the question has been fiercely dividing opinion, with people pledging their allegiance to either #teamdoors or #teamwheels. The debate kicked off when Twitter user Ryan Nixon, from New York, revealed he and his friends had been discussing the matter privately. Ryan created a poll for his followers so he could get their input.  Posting the poll, he said: 'My mates and I are having the STUPIDEST debate... And I am here for it. Do you think there are more doors or wheels in the world?' @tomgw_ i have finally ended the argument #fy #fyp #doorsorwheels #doors #wheels #funny #comedy ♬ original sound - TomGW @owenreeman Wheels >>>>>> Doors, not even close #wheels #doors #wheelsvsdoors #foryoupage ♬ Wanna Be Startin' Something - Michael Jackson - livethelifethatyoudread Twitter user, Ryan Nixon, started the debate on how many doors vs wheels there are in the world, when he shared...
    This tricky 15-question quiz will put your knowledge of the English language to the test.  The challenge, shared on US-based trivia platform Quizly, has questions that cover comprehension, spelling and pronunciation.  To make things a little easier, the creators have made it a multiple choice quiz... but it's still surprisingly difficult to score full marks.  Think you have what it takes? Scroll down to take the quiz then check your answers at the bottom (no cheating!) The challenge, shared on US-based trivia platform Quizly, has questions that cover comprehension, spelling and pronunciation. Stock image RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next The belles of the Blenheim ball! Duke of Marlborough heir... Ahoy there! M&S shoppers and fashion insiders go wild for... Woman, 76, who was forced to give her baby up for adoption... 'I don't fall in love': Woman, 25, who feels NO romantic or... Share this article Share 1.  Adventure Exhibit Revival Suspect Strength Worth 2.  Koo Koo-pi Cup Cope Koop 3. A...
    A tricky new 20-question quiz has been designed to put players' general knowledge to the test. The challenge was shared on US-based trivia platform Quizly and covers topics including popular films , geography and history.  Its creators claim the wide-ranging test is so difficult that many people struggle to score full marks.  So, how many can you answer? Scroll down to take the test then check your answers at the bottom. A tricky new 20-question quiz has been designed to put players' general knowledge to the test - but how many can you answer correctly? RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Are YOU guilty of these 'relationship wreckers'? Tracey Cox... What were they thinking? Hilarious gallery captures baffling... Share this article Share 1. Dennis Rodman Kobe Bryant Shaquille O'Neal Michael Jordan  2.  Fish  Reptiles Amphibians Mollusks Mammals Invertebrates   3.  Ni KI  Nk N  NI NC 4.  Rome Paris  Jerusalem  Mumbai 5.  Connecticut  Rhode Island Delaware New Jersey  6.  Estonia ...
    A difficult new 20-question quiz has been designed to put players' general knowledge to the test. The challenge was shared on US-based trivia platform Quizly and covers topics ranging from culture, science to politics. Many people have left comments admitting they've failed to achieve a perfect score on the wide-ranging test, with questoins such as indentifying the language that's not Indo-European among Latvian, Greek, Hungarian and Romanian.  You'll also be challenged with naming what kind of growth sprouts from the quercus robur seed - a vegetable, grain, flower or tree.    So, how many can you answer? Scroll down to take the test then check your answers at the bottom.  A tricky new quiz has been designed to put players' general knowledge to the test (file image) RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Woman, 19, whose lips painfully ballooned to three times... Teenager, 17, who simply 'liked' some sad quotes on... Share this article Share 1. False  True   2. Secure Solid Subscriber Single  3. Latvian Greek...
    FIRST dates are typically filled with questions like 'what do you do?,' 'do you have any hobbies?' or 'what is your family like?' But there's one question you may be answering wrong on first dates, and it could cause a misleading start to your relationship, according to a dating expert. 3While doing her makeup, relationship expert Nadia Khaled explained how exactly to answer when a date asks you what qualities you are looking for in a partnerCredit: TikTok / nadiakaledd 3She explained that your date could be asking that question so that they know what characteristics they can should onCredit: TikTok / nadiakaledd In a TikTok that's garnered over 2 million views, the expert named Nadia Khaled explained why you should never answer the question "what it is that you look for in a guy?" honestly. While doing her makeup in the video, Nadia said your date could be asking the question so that they can take on those qualities themselves. "Even if it's not an accurate reflection of who he is, he's going to put up...
    About the time Los Angeles County Dist. Atty. George Gascón held a conference last month touting criminal justice reforms in his first year in office, the headlines were full of sensational crime. We had a spate of smash-and-grab thefts, follow-home robberies, a rising murder tally. And then there was the horrific case of a teenage girl shopping in North Hollywood who was accidentally shot and killed by an LAPD officer who also fatally shot a man with a criminal record who was attacking customers. Last year, an attempt to recall Gascón never gathered much momentum. But another one is under way, and its backers tell me they have more money this time, along with a growing coalition of supporters who want Gascón gone. So a few days ago, I chatted with Gascón for an hour, exploring the question of how to deliver much-needed criminal justice reform while maintaining public safety. Before I get to that, let me touch on the changes initiated by Gascón and the outrage they’ve drawn from his sharpest critics, who include L.A. County Sheriff Alex Villanueva...
    Many of us are reliant on technology to correct our spelling and grammar, but this quiz proves not thinking for yourself can begin to effect your English skills. U.S trivia platform Quizly has rounded up 20 multiple-choice questions, ranging from spot the correct spelling to select the right definition. According to the creators of the quiz only an English expert is able to correctly score at least 15/20. But how many can you answer? Scroll down to take the test then check your answers at the bottom.  A tricky new English quiz challenges players to answer 20 multiple-choice questions designed to test spelling and grammar (file image)  RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Will Prince William move homeless people into Highgrove? As... Pantone's Color of the Year 'Very Peri' is a completely NEW... Share this article Share 1. Temptation Forecast Excess Despair Profit Incident   2.  Act without interest Make someone nervous Suppress completely Speak effectively Change position Refuse to accept   3. Serendipity Serenidepity Serenedipity Serendepity Serenedepity...
    MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) – When Raven and Mike Baker-Jones moved to Golden Valley last year, they asked their home inspector to test for radon. Since 2014, Minnesota sellers have been required to notify buyers of radon levels in homes. “It was definitely a priority for us, because it was a safety risk,” said Raven. READ MORE: Slippery Roads Believed To Be Factor In Fatal Northern Minnesota CrashTheir level came back at 7 pCi/L, which is above the EPA’s recommended level for action of 4 pCi/L. According to the EPA, it also recommends Americans consider fixing their home for levels between 2pCi/L and 4 pCi/L because there’s no known safe level of exposure to radon. “Overall, Minnesota has high levels of radon,” said Dan Tranter, supervisor of the indoor air unit at the Minnesota Department of Health. In Minnesota, an estimated 40% of homes have “dangerous” levels about 4 pCi/L. That’s compared to a nationwide rate of 7%. “It has to do with what’s naturally present in the geology of the soil. We naturally have more radon in our soil than most of...
    PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — CBS3 has a tough question for you — do you prefer to sleep in, or get up early and make breakfast? It’s a tough question for the Eyewitness News anchors as they work late nights. But, it seems 70% of Americans say sleep takes precedence over waking up to make breakfast. The majority of those who rise, shine and cook are working parents, though more than half said they’re too busy to whip something up during the workweek. One in five say they skip breakfast altogether.
    A MATHS problem meant for an eight-year-old child has stumped the internet, with adults struggling to answer it. The question, part of homework for a child in Year 3, was posted to the Reddit community Mildly Infuriating with the parent asking for help on the confusing question. 1Parents have been left stumped by this tricky maths questionCredit: Reddit “Jared found these baby birds and needs to care for them," the problem said, alongside a grainy black and white cartoon of birds in a nest. “Each bird eats about four worms a day. In order to feed them all each day, about how many worms will Jared need to find?” The reader is then presented with four possible answers, 6, 10, 4 or 20. Reddit users were left scratching their head with one joking, “I'd circle 'OJ' for 'Only Jared knows at this point.”. While the picture appeared to only show three birds, the question appears to rely on people thinking outside of the box and ignoring the cartoon, instead thinking of multiples of four. And it was eventually a mum...
    Dating expert and Author of Notes On Love, Lauren Windle explains the first date error we all make that spells disaster for our relationship... LIKE many of us this summer, I sunk my teeth into Love Island, enjoying the relationship ups and downs of the influencers-to-be. 3First dates are packed full of questions as you get to know each other - but there's one you should never askCredit: Getty 3Dating expert and author, Lauren Windle, reveals the one question you should never ask on a first dateCredit: Olivia West But every time someone new entered the villa, the crew congregated around the fire pit to ask them the same thing: "What's your type?" On the surface, this is a natural question, but in reality - it poses some pretty big problems. It's not just the bikini-clad Islanders who jump to establish what someone's looking for, we all do. On a first date, we've all been guilty of asking: "What do you want in a relationship?", "What do you usually look for?" or "What's your type (on or off paper)?" The...
    Fox News White House correspondent Peter Doocy grilled Joe Biden on Thursday in a tense exchange following the president’s remarks in the aftermath of multiple explosions outside the airport in the Afghan capital of Kabul. Biden called on Doocy for the last question from reporters following his remarks — with the president calling Doocy “the most interesting guy that I know in the press.” “Mr. President, there had not been a U.S. Service member killed in combat in Afghanistan since February of 2020. You set deadline, you pulled troops out, you sent troops back in, and now 12 marines are dead,” said Doocy. “You said the buck stops with you. Do you bear any responsibility for the way that things have unfolded in the last two weeks?” Biden responded, “I bear responsibility for fundamentally all that’s happened of late, but here’s the deal. You know, I wish you would one day say these things, you know as well as I do, that the former president [Donald Trump] made a deal with the Taliban that he would get all American forces...
    A tricky new 20-question quiz has been designed to put players' general knowledge to the test. The challenge was shared on US-based trivia platform Quizly and covers topics including pop music, geography and history.  Its creators claim the wide-ranging test is so difficult that many people struggle to score full marks.  So, how many can you answer? Scroll down to take the test then check your answers at the bottom. A tricky new 20-question quiz has been designed to put players' general knowledge to the test. File image  RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Ruby Wax says Donald Trump 'looked at her with hatred' and... Construction worker chic! Spanish designer Balenciaga is... Hats the way to do it! Glamorous women pull out all the... Royal family celebrate Britain's young photographers: The... Share this article Share 106 shares 1. Europe Asia Africa South America   2. Koala bear Gobi bear Polar bear Panda bear   3. Guns N' Roses Queen Black Sabbath Pearl Jam   ...
    A tricky 20-question quiz promises to put your knowledge of historic events to the test. Players are asked to correctly answer 20 multiple-choice questions about key moments from around the world which are commonly answered incorrectly. Sharing the challenge on US-based trivia platform Quizly, the creator of the quiz claims 90 per cent of players are unable to score full marks. So how many can you answer? Scroll down to take the test then check your answers at the bottom.   A new challenge from Quizly asks the internet to correctly answer 20 multiple-choice questions about historical events (file image) RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Time for a tipple! Sophie Wessex samples a liqueur as she... The Girl in the Box Colleen Stan - who was imprisoned in a... Paul Burrell says Kate Middleton will 'play peacekeeper' and... Student, 20, born with two uteruses and two vaginas gets... Share this article Share 22 shares 1. Francis Drake Magellan Vasco De Gama Columbus   2. 1910s...
    For Lord Stevens, the stakes could not have been higher.  'The interview was unique. Of course it was a unique situation,' he recalls to the Mail. 'But we approached it as we would any other witness.' Up to a point. Although it was reported at the time that Stevens met Charles the circumstances and detail of the interrogation have never been revealed — until now. It began with a letter from Stevens to Charles via the Prince's private secretary, Sir Michael Peat.  To prevent leaks and unwanted publicity and speculation it was agreed, on the Palace side, that only Charles and Sir Michael should know the meeting was to take place. No one in the Paget team would have knowledge of the event except for Lord Stevens and his senior investigator, DCS Dave Douglas. Here was an interesting clash of outlooks. Douglas was a 48-year-old, working-class Geordie who, while a dutiful officer, had no time for the monarchy; any monarchy. In fact, while he greatly admired the Queen as a person, he was a republican at heart. The Mail understands...
    Chris Cuomo said Monday night on CNN that getting the coronavirus vaccine is a “question of allegiance” and a question of “how much do you care about other people?” Cuomo began by talking about religion and saying that “we must all believe in something bigger than ourselves.” For religious people, that belief is in God, but for everybody “there is still a call to something bigger.” “It is the pledge of allegiance to the collective, one nation indivisible with liberty and justice for all,” Cuomo said. “That pledge needs to be reaffirmed right now.” WATCH: Cuomo described how Americans are in a bad place because there is a “collective lack of faith in the facts and a lack of faith to that pledge of allegiance.” He slammed people who “refuse to live the right way” by wearing masks and exercising “restraint” to control the new variants of the virus that have emerged recently. (RELATED: Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis To Take Executive Action Against COVID-19 Vaccine Passports) He said that cases of coronavirus are rising again, pointing out that the...
    ABC’s Jon Karl asked White House Communications Director Kate Bedingfield whether President Joe Biden is still trying to work with Republicans, or if he has written off their cooperation on voting rights. Bedingfield defended Biden’s criticism of Georgia’s restrictive new voting bill during an interview she gave to ABC’s This Week. As she pivoted towards Biden’s support for election reforms to expand voting rights, Karl said that “one thing that is truly concerning about this is that these are entirely party-line, these are partisan efforts.” From there, Karl brought up Senator Joe Manchin’s (D-WV) political concerns about eliminating the Senate filibuster in order to allow Democrats to advance their agendas. Karl noted that Biden ran for president on the promise to unite the country, saying “This seems to be a really tough one. Is he going to be able to find a way to get Republicans in Congress on board in a bipartisan effort to deal with how we conduct our elections?” “Well, this is a question for the Republicans, isn’t it, Jon?” Bedingfield responded. Karl said that it’s...
    IF you’ve always wondered if you or your family harbour psychopathic tendencies, here’s a simple five minute test which could give you an idea.  A woman has shared the one question to ask, which has six answers, and it should reveal a lot about your personality.  8If you've ever wondered if you have psychopathic tendencies - a woman has shared one question which could find outCredit: @sophia.boi/TikTok TikToker Sophia shared a video, saying: “Did you know there’s a question out there that can reveal if you have psychopathic tendencies?"  In the video, which has been viewed more than three million times, she starts by telling people to imagine themselves in nature. She says: “I want you to close your eyes and imagine yourself walking through a dark and eerie forest.” She gives people ‘a minute’ to picture themselves in the woodland setting.  Sophia continues: “Now your heart is pounding and you hear sounds all around you. “Suddenly you hear and feel breathing behind you and your whirl around in terror. What do you see in the forest? A wild animal...
    It's time to settle this one: When it comes to chicken wings, which is better: flats or drums? Poll What kind of buffalo wings do you prefer? Drums Flats Either is fine Neither - I'm not a wings fan Submit Vote View Results Subscribe to the results of this poll We'll send you an email when the poll is complete. Subscribe Get Daily Voice in your inbox as well Current Results What kind of buffalo wings do you prefer? Drums 0% Flats 0% Either is fine 0% Neither - I'm not a wings fan 0% Back to Vote Subscribe to the results This debate has been raging among wing connoisseurs for years, but always heats up a bit around Chicken Wing Day - which is sometimes also referred to as the Super Bowl. Over this Super Bowl weekend, Saturday, Feb. 6, and Super Sunday, Feb. 7, Americans are expected to eat 1.4 billion wings, according to RestaurantNews.com. This is up 2 percent from last year, the National Chicken Council...
    The Conversation Spain Control of infectious diseases is humanity’s greatest revolution Víctor Coyote / Telos A decisive milestone in the advancement of human civilization has been to recognize that diseases do not respond to a supernatural origin or are the result of “bad airs”, but rather have a tangible and real origin and that only by knowing this origin will we be able to prevent and cure them. A paradigm of this milestone has been infectious diseases, because in this case the first step to combat them has always been to know their origin, the pathogen that produces them. The year 2020 will go down in history due to the covid-19 pandemic, showing that infectious diseases are not a thing of the past and that they can even help us to be more effective in biomedical research. Guidelines for identifying pathogens Robert Koch, a German physician and father of microbiology, established the scientific methodology to identify the agents that cause infectious diseases –also called communicable– and thus be able to combat them. These are Koch’s postulates, which indicate that in...
    Fox News anchor Sandra Smith on Wednesday confronted Sen. Marsha Blackburn (R-TN) on whether or not she supports President Donald Trump’s demand for $2,000 stimulus checks, asking if the Trump-boosting senator was trying to ignore the question and not “commit to it.” Prior to the president potentially blowing up the COVID-19 relief bill at the last minute by threatening to veto because the proposed $600 checks were “ridiculously low,” Blackburn was one of six Republican senators to vote no on the legislation. The Tennessee lawmaker complained at the time that the long-awaited relief package, combined with the omnibus spending bill, was “bloated” and “used a pandemic to push a socialistic agenda.” Appearing on America’s Newsroom on Wednesday, Blackburn doubled down on her opposition to the bill, calling it a “redistribution of wealth” while noting that she has “fought against these direct cash payments” to individuals because it is a “pathway we don’t want to go down.” Smith, meanwhile, asked Blackburn to explain why Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell praised the bill and the White House negotiators didn’t put a...
    Riddle me this, Donald: What does losing to a loser make you? It makes you the biggest loser. I’m talking, of course, about Trump’s farcical notion that lame Joe Biden couldn't possibly have beaten him. While other arguments may require you to embrace conspiracy theories or bone up on detailed (if flawed) knowledge about mail-in ballots, signature matching, etc., this one has the benefit of requiring only what passes for “common sense.” To Trump supporters, the very thought that Biden could have beaten Trump is, on its face, an absurd notion. All Trump has to do is float this fallacious idea out there. And so, he has—in many different varieties and flavors.
    Farmer John Meatpacking Plant Fined for Exposing Hundreds of Its Workers to COVID The 2020 election just keeps getting worse for House Democrats Seniors On Medicare Are Getting a Big Pay Day in 2020 Ad Microsoft Expert: “This credit card is so good I signed up personally” Ad Microsoft The 23 Hottest Gifts of 2020 Ad Microsoft Full screen 1/30 SLIDES © MStudioImages / Getty Images The question of retirement typically plays out over the long term. Most people have the chance to plan for years, gradually building resources and exploring possibilities before they set a target date for retirement. No matter how much you plan, however, life can throw you a...
    From pumpkin carving to bobbing for apples, we all have our favourite Halloween traditions.  But how much do you know about the origins of your favourite festive activities? Quiz master Tal Garner took to US trivia website Playbuzz to share a 14-question quiz exploring the way the holiday is celebrated around the world.   Think the odds are in your favour? Scroll down to take the test and check your answers at the bottom - but no cheating!   A tricky new multiple choice quiz is putting the internet's knowledge of Halloween to the test with 14 questions (file image) RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Rose McGowan says she had to forgo having children so she... Woman with snake phobia who locked herself in her bedroom... Haunted house brainteaser challenges puzzlers to spot the... Real kitchen nightmares! Amateur chefs share their cooking... Share this article Share 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.  10....
    Judge Amy Coney Barrett pushed back Wednesday against an effort by Sen. Chris Coons (D-DE) to argue that she would endanger the right to contraception because her mentor, the late Justice Antonin Scalia, thought a key decision was wrong. Coons raised the case of Griswold v. Connecticut (1965), which struck down a state ban on contraception. Scalia had said that the case was wrongly decided because it referred to a “penumbra” of rights, leading to more activist decisions. The Delaware Senator quizzed Barrett about the case: Coons: When we spoke on the phone last week, you said you cannot think of any specific issue of law where you disagreed with Justice Scalia. Do you agree with him that Griswold was wrongly decided, and thus states should be able to make it illegal to use contraceptives if they so choose? Barrett: Well, Senator, as I have said a number of times, I cannot express a view, yes or no, “A-plus” or “F” — in my other capacity, I get to grade, but not in this particular capacity with respect to precedent. I think...
    What will plexiglass dividers do at the VP debate? Not much, experts say Chain restaurants closing locations this year Most Americans don't know these lucrative Social Security "secrets" Ad Microsoft Incredible Blanket Puts Humans In A Deep Sleep, Melting Stress Away Ad Microsoft 23 Gadgets That Could Sell Out Before the Holidays Ad Microsoft Full screen 1/30 SLIDES © MStudioImages / Getty Images The question of retirement is typically one that plays out over the long term. Most people have the chance to plan for years, gradually building resources and exploring possibilities before they set a target date for retirement. However, no matter how much you plan, life can throw you a...
    Journalist Hunter Walker of Yahoo! News shouted at President Donald Trump as he left Walter Reed National Military Medical Center in Maryland on Monday evening: “Do you think you might be a superspreader, Mr. President?” President Trump leaves Walter Reed. As he walks to the motorcade, somebody asks him "Do you think you might be a superspreader?" pic.twitter.com/rIR0NVb1wz — Daily Caller (@DailyCaller) October 5, 2020 Walker shouted his questions, then took to Twitter to boast about it. I asked President Trump how many of his staffers are sick and whether he is a supespreader. He ignored me and simply said, "Thank you very much everybody." — Hunter Walker (@hunterw) October 5, 2020 “Superspreaders” are individuals who, theoretically, are “efficient” at spreading the coronavirus. It is not clear whether they exist, or how (and why) they are able (unwittingly) to spread the virus, but they are a subject of interest and scientific debate. The Los Angeles Times recently reported on a study in India that seemed to suggest the existence of “supersspreaders” (original emphasis): After examining data from 575,071 individuals in India who...
    Presidential debate moderator Chris Wallace pressed Donald Trump for his repeated, unfounded claims about widespread mail-in voting fraud and exposed that fact the president does not have any kind of plan to combat the supposed crisis he claims is taking place right now. As the debate wound down in the final 15 minutes, Wallace directly addressed the ongoing attacks on mail voting by Trump and noted that tens of millions of Americans voted using that method in 2018 — with no examples of systemic fraud. . “You have been charging for months mail in balloting will be a disaster. You say it’s rigged. It will lead to fraud,” Wallace noted. “In 2018, in the last midterm election. 31 million people voted mail in voting. That was a quarter of all the voters that year. Cast ballots by mail. Now that millions of mail in ballots have gone out, what are you going to do about it and are you counting on the supreme Court including a Justice Barrett to settle a dispute?” “I’m counting on them to look at...
    It’s officially the home stretch: Early voting has already started and on Tuesday night, Donald Trump and Joe Biden will debate for the first time in what’s generally agreed to be Trump’s best chance to change the dynamics of a race he’s currently losing, badly. Precedent is not with him. Despite Adam Nagourney’s best effort to paint Trump as a debate champion, polls showed that viewers thought Hillary Clinton beat Trump in 2016’s debates.   But we also know that Trump will go down in the ugliest possible fashion, which is why you have to question whether anyone is seriously looking forward to this. Ninety minutes of Trump lying and whining and bullying and undermining U.S. democracy, with Fox News host Chris Wallace serving as the guardrails. Trump’s repeated attempts to focus attention on the idea of drug testing Biden shows what must be a significant sense of doom on his part. But again, Trump will make this as ugly and dangerous as he possibly can. Biden has to be prepared for the onslaught of lies and attacks, coming to the debate with a strategy for how to parry...
    Fox & Friends reminded viewers that its priorities are not those of a news show on Monday morning during an interview with White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany. On Sunday evening, The New York Times published a bombshell story that reported President Donald Trump had paid next to no federal income taxes based on tax returns they have reviewed. The details are stunning and suggest an enormous disconnect between the multi-billionaire persona forged by the sitting president and the vast amounts of money he has claimed to have lost over the past decade. Losses that have allowed him to only pay $750 in federal income tax in 2016, for example. Having the press secretary appear on one’s show the morning after such a massive bombshell is a journalistic privilege. But journalism is not always the goal of the top-rated cable news morning show Fox & Friends. As such, co-host Ainsley Earhardt didn’t ask about the findings in the NY Times report but instead asked about the timing of the report, published by the Times on the eve of the first presidential debate....
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