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    Chris Cuomo has admitted that he drinks 'too much', saying it is to 'settle my mind' and 'deal with emotions.' The 52-year-old news anchor, who is known for his love of working out and displaying the results in snug-fitting clothes, discussed his diet and exercise routine onThe Chris Cuomo Project. The podcast, launched in July - seven months after his firing from CNN - is described as 'a candid, unfiltered talk from his living room couch' in which Cuomo 'opens up about his own mental health struggles, the stigma behind antidepressants, and why therapy matters.' Cuomo said that he did not think he was an alcoholic, but he did believe he drank too much and was working on reducing his alcohol consumption. 'I drink too much,' he said. 'I'm thinking about that — mostly in terms of why I drink too much. 'And I'm probably what people in the sobriety community would call a 'normie' but a hard drinker. I drink, often. And I definitely think it's not always for the right reason.' Chris Cuomo, in the latest episode of...
    Prince William has revealed he 'learnt so much' on his and Kate Middleton's tour of the Caribbean earlier this year to mark the Queen's Platinum Jubilee. The Duke of Cambridge, 40, said he not only discovered more about the 'different issues that matter most to the people of the region, but also how the past weighs heavily on the present'. William was speaking as he and the Duchess of Cambridge attended the unveiling of a national monument at London's Waterloo Station to celebrate the dreams and courage of the Windrush generation who came to help Britain rebuild after the Second World War.  The father-of-three's eight-day trip to the Caribbean with his wife Kate, 40, in March, was branded 'tone deaf' by critics who said there were moments smacking of 'colonialism'. Prince William (pictured today) has revealed he 'learnt so much' on his and Kate Middleton's tour of the Caribbean earlier this year to mark the Queen's Platinum Jubilee The Duke of Cambridge (pictured in Kingston), 40, said he not only discovered more about the 'different issues that matter most to the...
    He almost didn’t make it. When Mary McCartney gave birth in Liverpool’s Walton General Hospital on June 18, 1942, her baby wasn’t moving, and didn’t appear to be breathing. Paul was in a state of white asphyxia, caused by oxygen deficiency in the brain. The obstetrician was all set to pronounce him dead, but the midwife, a friend of Mary, held out hope. A Roman Catholic, like Mary, she began to pray. After a few seconds, the baby started to holler. At first, Mary’s husband Jim, a first-time father at the age of 40, was horrified by the sight of his new baby. ‘He looked awful,’ he recalled. ‘Horrible. He had one eye open and just squawked all the time. When I got home I cried for the first time for years and years.’ But all that squawking paid off. Eighty years later, Sir Paul McCartney might justly be described as our Greatest Living Englishman. His songs are in all our heads, and are part of the fabric of our lives. Rocking through the years: Sir Paul McCartney is still...
    Pennsylvania Republican Senate hopeful Dr. Mehmet Oz made his Conservative Political Action Conference debut Sunday, speaking on a panel about the coronavirus pandemic.  Oz appeared with mRNA vaccine skeptic Dr. Robert Malone and Dr. Brooke Miller, and volunteered that he had taken a COVID-19 vaccine.  'I had the shot,' Oz said, after moderator Jason Rantz asked the panel if they'd been vaccinated. Malone also raised his hand.  'Noooooo!' members of the audience answered.   One male attendee screamed, 'it's poison!'   But Oz also slammed the politicization of the Trump-backed COVID 'cure' hydroxychloroquine and stayed silent when Malone suggested that vaccinations had actually 'enhanced' COVID when a person caught the Omicron variant.  Pennsylvania Republican Senate hopeful Dr. Mehmet Oz made his Conservative Political Action Conference debut Sunday, speaking on a panel about the coronavirus pandemic At CPAC, Oz talked about the beginning of the pandemic, pointing out his television show, The Dr. Oz Show, was broadcast in around 100 countries.  He said he heard reports from around the world about a promising drug.    'So I learned that there was a medication that most doctors seemed to be confident...
    A man has opened up about developing a horrific skin condition from eczema creams, saying the withdrawal from the topical steroids left him in agony.   Jake Lazar, 24, from New York, was previously prescribed steroid creams to treat his 'very minor' childhood eczema. When it resurfaced in July 2020 with red patches of dry skin on his hands and wrists, he was again given triamcinolone acetonide – a mid-strength potency steroid cream. He used the cream for two weeks before stopping, under his doctor's recommendation, but he noticed the red patches immediately came back with a vengeance. Painful: Jake Lazar, 24, from New York, has claimed that withdrawal from steroid eczema creams caused a horrific skin condition that left him in agony  Looks: Jake (pictured in March 2021) said he was given a mid-strength potency steroid cream to treat an eczema flare-up in July 2020 A different doctor gave him a stronger, more potent steroid to use - clobetasol propionate - and, again, after two weeks he ceased use of it and noticed the dryness was spreading. Concerned that the steroids...
    CNN host Chris Cuomo raised eyebrows after posing a photo of himself flexing his bicep after being branded an ego-crazed compulsive masturbator by an internet troll.   The musclebound soapboxer, 50, wrote: 'That how this happened?!' after a Twitter user called uncle ruckus sneered: 'You're gonna break your arm j**king yourself off.'  Cuomo's response continued: 'Hahahaha. Come on, baby, dont hate - facilitate. You can do better than this petty bs.' The bizarre exchange came after uncle ruckus blasted Cuomo over his coverage of last Thursday's Miami condo collapse, that has killed at least 10 people, and left 51 unaccounted for.     One tweeter called StanYeahMan hailed Chris for his reporting of the Florida disaster, writing: 'Chris, you and your colleagues are doing crucial work and doing it damn well. God bless you, man, and take care of yourself.'  CNN host Chris Cuomo posted a picture of his arm on Twitter Monday in a widely panned response to a critic  Chris responded to the simpering words by sharing the tweet, and adding his own thoughts. He wrote: 'Appreciated. We all know...
    Michael Che is a co-head writer on "Saturday Night Live." Matt Winkelmeyer/Getty Images "SNL" star Michael Che said he has no desire to date someone famous on "The Howard Stern Show." He explained that relationships between two celebrities seem "miserable" and require "so much work." "I just want a nice, boring librarian. Nobody famous," the comedian told Stern.  Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Michael Che is more than happy to leave the high-profile romances to his "Saturday Night Live" costars.  The comedian, 38, said he has no desire to ever date a famous person during his appearance on Sirius XM's "The Howard Stern Show" on Tuesday. Host Howard Stern asked Che if he had plans to follow in the footsteps of "SNL" cast members Colin Jost, a co-head writer that met his wife Scarlett Johansson when she hosted in 2006, and Pete Davidson, a comedian that proposed to his ex-fiancée Ariana Grande years after getting to know her as the show's host in 2016. The stand-up comic rolled his eyes.  "No, absolutely not. Oh my god....
    A TV star has been forced to deny he is a dognapper wanted by police - after cops released an e-fit of a lookalike wanted man. Welsh police issued an appeal after a brave animal-lover fought off three dognappers - and covered one of the crooks in his pet's fresh poo. 5Police say a 30-year-old dog-owner was threatened at knifepoint by the would-be robbers as they tried to steal his beloved Labrador 5Fans of Little Britain were quick to point out that one of the pictures in the appeal had a startling likeness to Walliams 5David Walliams has been forced to deny he is a dognapper wanted by police And fans of Little Britain were quick to point out that one of the pictures in the appeal had a startling likeness to David Walliams. The Britian’s Got Talent judge replied to a picture showing the police appeal saying: "Is that me on the far left?" But he cheekily added: "I think I would remember stealing a dog!" Dog owner Walliams, 49, commented to his 2.3million followers on the e-fit after...
    Chef David Chang is the man behind the Momofuku empire. The Washington Post/Contributor/Getty Images Celebrity chef David Chang shared a video of the microwave cake he made to celebrate his son turning 21 months old. The Momofuku mastermind explained in his caption that he'd used a regular boxed cake mix for this dessert.  "Not bad," he said in the Instagram video. "Not bad at all." Chang recently told Insider that he thinks a microwave is the one kitchen tool everyone should have and use more often.  Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Celebrity chef David Chang is known for taking risks when it comes to the way food is served, eaten, and prepared. And his latest culinary innovation — a microwaved birthday cake — is the perfect example of his risk-taking methods. To celebrate his son Hugo turning 21 months old, the restaurateur and Momofuku group founder (and more recently, the first-ever celebrity winner of "Who Wants to Be a Millionaire") made what looked like a confetti cake in the microwave.  "Not bad," the chef said as he gave...
    After a hearty meal, things that used to fit perfectly can suddenly feel a bit of a tight squeeze. Just ask this hungry dormouse – which crawled into a bird feeder and ate so much it got stuck.  The creature spent two and a half hours in the plastic cylinder after gorging on millet and sunflower seeds – unfazed by the birds pecking away around it. Cheryl Hewins, 72, thinks the dormouse spent two and a half hours feasting on millet and sunflower seeds inside her bird feeder on the Isle of Wight  Cheryl Hewins, 72, who found it in her garden on the Isle of Wight, said: 'I was surprised to see this chubby dormouse in my bird feeder.  'I'm glad he enjoyed his meal.'  Catherine Holder of the Hampshire Dormouse Group, who helped rescue the animal after Ms Hewins contacted her on Facebook, added: 'Cheryl was a bit panicked about finding it in her feeder. Dormouse expert Catherine Holder said it was 'unusual,' to see one of the creatures sitting still, but said she had to laugh when...
    Just as with the events of World War II and the holocaust, we are losing our living memory of the Civil Rights movement. With each passing year, there are fewer people remaining who actually bore the blows of batons and the blasts of fire hoses, fewer who rode those buses, made those marches, crossed that bridge. And none of them is John Lewis. To say that John Lewis was a towering figure of the Civil Rights movement, is underselling him. An eternal agent of peaceful protest, “the conscious of congress,” and a man of such earned dignity, that his presence, in the congress and the nation, was palpable. Some people have gravitas, but Lewis had gravity—pulling others toward their better natures, and toward action. Saying that Lewis the calm center of the movement, is wrong. John Lewis was never calm. He was outraged, ever day and every hour, in the best possible way, seeking “good trouble” right into his final days. As Lewis himself said when he talked about his pancreatic cancer in 2019. “I have been in some kind of fight—for freedom, equality, basic...
    President Donald Trump was directly asked if he’d ordered coronavirus testing to be stopped, and replied “No,” but added that “we put ourselves at a disadvantage” with the current level of U.S. testing. Trump has repeatedly said he was not kidding when he told a Tulsa rally crowd of 6,200 that “When you do testing to that extent, you’re going to find more people, you’re going to find more cases. So I said to my people, ‘Slow the testing down, please!’” But in an interview with CBN’s David Brody this week, Trump was directly asked if he had ordered testing to be stopped. “At the Tulsa rally, the media is hitting you on that, you said ‘I told my staff stop the testing.’ They’re saying, was that tongue-in-cheek, or what?” Brody asked. “Well, it’s semi-tongue-in-cheek, I say it all the time, I know some people thought it was tongue-in-cheek,” Trump said, then launched into a lengthy complaint about increased testing. It’s unfair. We’re doing so much testing, so much more than any other country, and to be honest with...
    Jessie James Decker had to take her son to the emergency room after a "freak" accident. On Wednesday, the 32-year-old country singer revealed that her son Forrest, 2, suffered a bug bite that developed into something much more serious. She shared the news on Instagram, along with a picture of her little one enjoying a popsicle while lying down on a hospital bed. SAMMY HAGAR SAYS HE'D RATHER 'GET SICK' AND 'EVEN DIE' THAN NOT PERFORM "So the most freak thing happened. Forrest got a bug bite on his hiney and after a few days somehow it turned into a staph which turned into a boil!" Decker wrote in the caption. "It was like a golf ball it was so hard and he was in so much pain." Forrest was suffering from a "high fever," resulting in a "late night" trip to the hospital, where only Decker could accompany her kiddo due to the coronavirus outbreak. "They had to sedate him and cut it open and get it all out," explained the singer. "He handled it like a champ but it was so...
    Former Acting Director of National Intelligence Richard Grenell lent some insight on why he was able to accomplish so much in such a short time period in the post. Before introducing his guest on Monday night’s edition of “Tucker Carlson Tonight,” Fox News host Tucker Carlson noted that Grenell had “declassified documents we should have seen much earlier, including some that showed the FBI entrapped Michael Flynn and did it for political reasons.” Asked to comment on a tweet he wrote over the weekend about former Defense Secretary Jim Mattis taking the job, then “undermin[ing] the policy” because “it’s what D.C. types do,” Grenell explained that the root of the problem is a system that pits Washington against “the rest of America.” WATCH: “People get jobs if you know someone and you work your way up,” Grenell said, “and it’s like musical chairs from one agency to another. There is no outside thought, no outside perspective. When someone like Donald Trump comes in and says ‘why are we doing it this way?’ they attack him because he’s breaking the...
    SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- Bruce Maxwell's life changed because of one moment, one decision.The former A's catcher took a knee to protest racism and police brutality in 2017, a decision that still impacts him today.WATCH ON YOUTUBE: An open conversation with Bruce Maxwell | With AuthorityIn a deep and meaningful, hour-long conversation, Maxwell opens up about his life and the overwhelming criticism and threats that led him down a path of depression, resulting in an arrest that made headlines."My life changed after that moment to be honest with you," he said on the "With Authority" podcast.He says even now, three years later, he still endures threats and hateful comments for his actions."The threats and the comments that I was receiving, even to this day, about that day of kneeling during the national anthem, it's disturbing... I never knew somebody could possess so much hatred." An open, honest, emotional, and insightful conversation with former A’s catcher Bruce Maxwell. I hope you listen. #WithAuthorityVideo:https://t.co/FWx7Ybu5vIAudio:https://t.co/McOGk4hYCX pic.twitter.com/iX7iaBSvfm— Casey Pratt (@CaseyPrattABC7) June 5, 2020But he was doing what he believed was right."My parents always taught...
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