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    Ashton Kutcher assured his fans Monday that he is 'all good' and has 'fully recovered' from a health scare he suffered years ago. He recently revealed on TV that he is 'lucky to be alive' after suffering from a rare autoimmune disorder that left him unable to hear, see or walk. The 44-year-old then issued a clarification on Twitter '[b]efore there are a bunch of rumors/ chatter/ whatever out there' about his present condition.  'Yes, I had a rare vasculitis episode 3yrs ago. (Autoimmune flair up) I had some impairments hear, vision, balance issues right after. I fully recovered. All good. Moving on. See you at the 2022 NY Marathon w/Thorn,' he wrote. Fixed up: Ashton Kutcher assured his fans Monday that he is 'All good' and has 'fully recovered' from a health scare he suffered years ago 'Moving on': The 44-year-old issued a clarification on Twitter '[b]efore there are a bunch of rumors/ chatter/ whatever out there' about his present condition  Ashton spoke about the condition that upended his life in a sneak peek of an upcoming episode of Running Wild with...
    Joe Rogan blasted China-owned TikTok over it's 'crazy' terms of service, alleging the platform serves as a way for communist Beijing to harvest users' private data. Rogan expressed his concerns Tuesday on his podcast, The Joe Rogan Experience, alleging the popular social media site can easily gain access to 'all the things you have filed away on your phone.' He also accused Bytedance, the app's parent company, of monitoring users' keystrokes and knowing 'every f***ing thing you type.' Rogan's remarks come as mothers on TikTok are removing pictures of their children after raising concerns about the amount of videos of the youngsters that are being saved by potential pedophiles online. Earlier this month, TikTok confirmed its China-based employees can access U.S. user data through robust cybersecurity controls and authorization approval protocols. U.S. government officials have believed TikTok 'is spying' on Americans for quite some time and are urging Apple and Google to remove the platform 'from their app stores for its pattern of surreptitious data practices.' Joe Rogan blasted China-owned TikTok over it's 'crazy' terms of service on his podcast Tuesday, alleging the...
    A Chicago-area librarian has broken Internet's heart after he revealed that an elderly patron asked him to check obituaries for her friends, only to discover that they have all died. 'I had an elderly patron call who didn't have Internet and ask me to look up some obituaries because she hadn't heard from her gang of high school friends for a while,' Eddie Kristan, a reference librarian at the Warren-Newport Public Library in Illinois tweeted on Friday.  'I found them all,' he continued, noting: 'She cried. I cried. I hope I handled it gently enough for her. 'I talked to her for a bit and told her to come into the library and I'd print the tributes our for her or I can mail them to her. She had me read a few to her. 'It's a really s*** time to feel so lonely.' Those tweets have since gone viral, with nearly 10,000 retweets and more than 204,300 shares. Now, people are commending Kristan for his efforts to comfort the unnamed elderly woman, with some even suggesting they organize a...
    The bare-chested, Viking-hat-wearing lunatic who stormed the Capitol, barged through the halls of Congress and stood on the rostrum on the House floor has become an avatar for all that is bad, ugly, and dangerous about the far-right. This Idiot Shaman represents the insurrectionists, radicals, QAnon supporters and extremists who would rather watch the country burn than make any attempt whatsoever to heal the hardline political divisions in this country. His is also the convenient face for all those lazy people in the mainstream media, who want to blanket stereotype everyone on the right, anyone who doesn't vote for Democrats, is pro-life, owns guns, lives in the middle of the country, doesn’t watch CNN or works in a job that leaves them sore at the end of the day. To some in the media, all conservatives are the moral equivalent of the Viking-helmet-insurrectionist. This blanket stereotyping only adds to the radicalization of the ‘deplorables,’ who already know how much the powers that be hate them. But never -- and I mean absolutely never -- in my wildest dreams did I...
    President Joe Biden defended teachers Wednesday, decrying Republican-led efforts in some states to ban books and bar sexually explicit or overly politically correct curriculum.  'Today, there are too many politicians trying to score political points banning books,' Biden said in the East Room as he hosted the Teachers of the Year. 'All because it doesn't fit somebody's political agenda.' He added of teachers, 'We have got to stop making them the target of the culture wars.'  In comments that quickly incensed conservatives online, Biden told the group representing the best reachers in the nation, 'They are all our children.'  'They are not somebody's else children. They're like yours when they're in the classroom,' the president said.  President Joe Biden defended teachers Wednesday, decrying Republican-led efforts in some states to ban books and bar sexually explicit or overly politically correct curriculum 
    Prince Charles appeared all smiles today as he emerged for the first time since his Covid isolation - and the launch of a police probe into the alleged 'cash for honours scandal'.  The heir to the throne, 73, was today seen publicly for the first time since his positive Covid test last week. He joined his sister, Princess Anne, the Princess Royal, in presenting the Queen's Anniversary Prizes for higher and further at St James's Palace in London. His appearance came as a former MP who filed a criminal complaint about the alleged 'cash for honours' scandal today said police should speak to Prince Charles about the claims. Ex-Liberal Democrat minister Norman Baker, said he found it ‘inconceivable' that Charles could have been completely ignorant of the affair. But Prince Charles' friend and biographer Jonathan Dimbleby mounted a defence of the royal, saying it was  'extraordinarily unlikely' Prince Charles knew about the alleged ‘cash for honours’ scandal. He also compared it to 'smears' that Sir Keir Starmer personally failed to prosecute Jimmy Savile. Mr Dimbleby, whose friendship with Charles goes back decades, insisted the Prince of...
    A huge two-stone cat from Russia that is thought to be the world's largest is so big it is often confused for a dog. Kefir, named after the fermented milk drink, is an oversized Maine Coon belonging to Yulia Minina in Stary Oskol. She bought Kefir nearly two years ago as a kitten and says the pet is still growing. A huge two-stone cat from Russia that is thought to be the world's largest is so big it is often confused for a dog Kefir, named after the fermented milk drink, is an oversized Maine Coon belonging to Yulia Minina in Stary Oskol Yulia said: 'I could not even think that an ordinary baby can become so big. 'He not only grew up big in appearance, he is also very smart and always behaves calmly. RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Narrow squeak! Piglets have a lucky escape when leopard... Owner is reunited with lost cat Barnaby who was missing for... Share this article Share 'The look is generally like that of a...
    ONE woman is warning people of the importance of researching a person before you meet up with them. Dynah, from the US, said that she was about to walk out the door to a date when she discovered she had been texting the wrong person 2Dynah is proud of her investigating skillsCredit: @itsdynah/Tiktok Taking to her TikTok account, the woman said she was about to leave for the date when she needed the guy to call her, and the number she text had no idea who she was. Posting under the domain @itsdynah she captioned the post "Women work faster than the FBI." Dynah said: "You guys, you need to trust your gut. I was about to go on a date right now, shoes on, ready to go to the date, and I asked this guy, I was like 'hey could you call me so we could solidify the details'." She added: "And the caller ID doesn't match his name and I'm like 'who's this?' and he was like 'huh? I don't know that person' and my tone switched...
    We are all subject to its whims and impulses, from the tummy butterflies of that first flush to the physical pain of its withdrawal. We all know its unique power to shape the parent-child relationship and, if we’re lucky, we’ve felt its gentle warmth as we’ve looked at the face of a friend. Even a fluffy one. But what do we really know about love? The poets have long given us their thoughts, but now science is getting in on the act too. Thanks to ever-improving technology, modern scientists are able to look inside the human — and non-human — brain to find answers to some of our oldest questions on all things amorous. They can pinpoint the neurochemicals that form the very foundations of love, calculate the equations that add up to sexual attraction, and even suggest a scientific basis for why your husband forgets your wedding anniversary. Now Oxford University anthropologist Anna Machin has scoured the studies and spoken to the leading experts for a new book, called Why We Love. So read on for all you ever...
    Fired CNN anchor Chris Cuomo on Sunday turned on his former boss, accusing the network's president of Jeff Zucker of wrongly firing him - and hinting that Zucker knew all about the texts which sunk his career.  Chris Cuomo is seen in March 2014 with CNN's president Jeff Zucker. The pair have spectacularly fallen out this weekend with Zucker firing Cuomo, and Cuomo in response saying that Zucker was fully informed about the events for which he is now being punished A spokesman for Cuomo told the Wall Street Journal Sunday: 'Mr. Cuomo has the highest level of admiration and respect for Mr. Zucker,' the spokesman told The Wall Street Journal.  'They were widely known to be extremely close and in regular contact, including about the details of Mr. Cuomo's support for his brother.  'There were no secrets about this, as other individuals besides Mr. Cuomo can attest.' In response to the broadside, CNN said in a written statement it disagreed their former star's characterization of events.  'He has made a number of accusations that are patently false,' the network...
    Kyle Rittenhouse's mother on Thursday night accused Joe Biden of painting her son as a white supremacist a year ago in a cynical bid to win the presidential election, but said she was confident that the judge in the case had ensured a fair trial. Wendy Rittenhouse spoke hours after the defense rested its case in the high-profile trial. Her 18-year-old son is charged with murdering two people and wounding a third during the rioting in Kenosha, Wisconsin, following the shooting of Jacob Blake by police.  His lawyers insist Rittenhouse was acting in self defense, and on Monday both sides will sum up their arguments before the jury retires for deliberations. Wendy, a mother of three, told Fox News' Sean Hannity that she was still angry with Biden for his labeling her son a white supremacist last year. Wendy Rittenhouse on Thursday night was asked about Joe Biden's 2020 tweet labelling her son a white supremacist Fox News Privacy Policy Biden shared a video clip on Twitter denouncing white supremacists that including a photo of Rittenhouse wielding a gun ...
    Will Smith has admitted to a ‘raging jealousy’ towards Tupac Shakur over the late rapper’s close friendship with his wife Jada Pinkett Smith, and detailed the tumult of his marriage and his 'insatiable obsession' for filling the emotional holes in his life with success and material wealth. In his new memoir, the Fresh Prince of Bel-Air star writes that he wanted Jada to look at him the way she did Tupac because he was more manly. Smith writes that he felt it a ‘twisted kind of victory’ when Jada chose to marry him in 1997 and couldn’t even speak to Tupac when they were in the same room. In the book, Smith reveals that he and Jada nearly broke up after he planned an elaborate 40th birthday plan for her which completely backfired. She screamed at him that it was ‘the most disgusting display of ego I have ever seen in my life’ and designed to please him instead of her. Will Smith (right) has admitted to a ‘raging jealousy’ towards Tupac Shakur over the late rapper’s close friendship with...
    There was a bit of a stir frothing up the shingle down in Lyme Regis this month. A young actor by the name of Timothee Chalamet was in town, and word was going round the local womenfolk like a sourdough starter at book club. Witnesses reported a gaggle of ladies jostling for a position on the quay to get a snap of the wispy thesp, who’s taking on the role of the young Willy Wonka, currently being filmed on the Dorset coast. ‘We’re here for our daughters,’ they protested, although I doubt anyone actually asked. ‘They’re at school, and they’d never forgive us if we didn’t get a picture.’ For their daughters? Absolute rot. Those women were there for themselves. I imagine there was a bit of squealing and elbowing going on, as this 25-year-old, for whom the word ‘brooding’ seems to have been re-branded, was plumbing depths no HRT patch has ever reached. Julia Lawrence explores the charm of Timothee Chalamet, 25, after he attracted a gaggle of ladies of a certain age to the Dorset coast during filming....
    News anchor Ashleigh Banfield has blasted ex-colleague Katie Couric's claim her father was touting her as a potential replacement for the former Today star by revealing that he was senile in a care home at the time.  Banfield took particular offense at Couric's claim, exclusively reported by DailyMail.com, that Banfield wanted her job, and that her father was promoting her 'all around town' as a prospective replacement. 'I want to correct the record here, because you went after my dad. It's just not true,' Banfield said of Couric's claim in the upcoming book, called Going There, on her NewsNationNow show Wednesday night.  She explained that, when she was in Afghanistan with work shortly after the 9/11 attacks, 'there were a lot of reports about it being a very dangerous assignment.' At that point her father John, a retired architect from Winnipeg in Canada, was almost 80 years old, 'extremely senile', and living in a care home. He died in 2009 aged 85. Banfield said that a New York Post reported managed to find a phone number for her father, in...
    Senator Joe Manchin has fired back at Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, calling her claims that he has 'weekly huddles' with Exxon executives 'totally false.'  Manchin appeared on CNN's State of the Union on Sunday to explain his concerns with President Joe Biden's $3.5 trillion plan for social and environmental spending, saying he won't support even half that amount. After Manchin, a West Virginia Democrat whose vote is crucial in the evenly divided Senate, first aired his concerns in an op-ed last week, Ocasio-Cortez took to Twitter claiming that her fellow Democrat was 'killing people' with his objections. 'Manchin has weekly huddles w/ Exxon & is one of many senators who gives lobbyists their pen to write so-called 'bipartisan' fossil fuel bills,' the New York Democrat wrote. 'Sick of this 'bipartisan' corruption that masquerades as clear-eyed moderation.' Manchin fired back at the firebrand progressive when CNN host Dana Bash asked him about her claims, saying: 'I keep my door open for everybody. That's totally false.' 'Those type of superlatives, it's just awful. And continue to divide, divide divide,' Manchin said. Senator Joe...
    When it comes to style, Brad Pitt is a simple man. The Oscar winner, 57, dished on his evolving sense of style in a new interview where he admitted he prioritizes feeling at ease in his clothes over the glitz and glamour that comes along with being a Hollywood movie star. "You get older, you get crankier, and comfort becomes more important. I think it's as simple as that," Pitt told Esquire in an interview published Thursday. The actor, who oozes sex appeal even in a t-shirt, doesn't think of himself as someone who turns heads with his looks. BRAD PITT FILES FOR REVIEW IN CUSTODY BATTLE WITH ANGELINA JOLIE FOLLOWING DISQUALIFICATION OF PRIVATE JUDGE "If I have a style, it's no style," he shared. "I like monochrome, without it being a uniform. I like simplicity. I like the details in the stitching, the way it feels. If anything, that's the only divining rod I have." Brad Pitt has a no-frills approach to getting dressed. (Ken Ishii) Pitt goes on to share that his wardrobe is "led by comfort"...
    A former Navy Seal has revealed how he believes the evacuation of Afghanistan by US forces should have been conducted - in a video address pretending to be Commander-in-Chief. Jocko Willink assumed the role of President in a 3-minute 30-second video shared on his Instagram account, in which he accepts responsibility for the mistakes in dealing with Afghanistan. He also laid out clearly a plan to fix the mistakes made by the actual President which have caused scenes of panic and chaos, even resulting in the deaths of some of the people seeking safety.  Speaking in the video, Jocko starts by admitting the errors made during the early stages of the Afghanistan withdrawal. He said: 'As you know, we were set to leave Afghanistan this month and as we began the final draw down, I made some critical errors. 'Namely, I underestimated the strength of the Taliban, and I overestimated the strength and capability of the friendly Afghan forces. This was my fault – and due to my mistake, the Taliban has taken control of Afghanistan.' Jocko also made reference...
    The relationship between Lady Kitty Spencer and her father Earl Charles Spencer has 'cooled and become distant' since he married third wife Karen, a source has claimed. Princess Diana's brother's eldest daughter, 30, wed retail millionaire Michael Lewis, 62, at a 17th century Italian castle on Saturday, in a stunning lace gown by Dolce & Gabbana, for whom she is a brand ambassador. But her father, 57 - five years Michael's junior - was notably absent from the wedding, with Kitty walked down the aisle by her brother Louis Spencer, Viscount Althorp, 27, and half brother Samuel Aitken, whose father is businessman Jonathan Aitken. On Friday – when the wedding rehearsal took place – Earl Spencer posted a picture of the moon over the family's ancestral home, Althorp in Northamptonshire, on social media. Given that current travel restrictions require five days of isolation on arrival in Italy, it appears he wasn't among the well-wishers. Princess Diana's brother's eldest daughter, 30, wed retail millionaire Michael Lewis, 62, at a 17th century Italian castle on Saturday. Her brothers Louis Spencer, Viscount Althorp and Samuel...
    One of the four suspects arrested in a Denver hotel raid that uncovered 16 long guns, body armor and 1,000 rounds of ammunition insists he had only just met the others and wasn't aware of any plot to target the MLB's All-Star game despite initial fears from police.   Authorities raided two rooms at the Maven Hotel, which is a block from Coors Field where the All-Star game will be held, on Friday night after receiving a tip from a maid who spotted a rifle while cleaning one of the rooms.  Richard Platt, 42; Gabriel Rodriguez, 48; Ricardo Rodriguez, 44; Kanoelehua Serikawa, 43, were all taken into custody and charged with weapons and drug offenses.  The three men, who all have lengthy criminal histories in Colorado, are each charged with possession of a weapon by a previous offender possession of a controlled substance with intent to distribute.  Serikawa, the only woman who was arrested, is charged with possession of a controlled substance with intent to distribute and a warrant from another jurisdiction. Police have released few details about the arrests or the ongoing...
    TYSON FURY has cast major doubt over an undisputed heavyweight title fight with Anthony Joshua by declaring himself no longer 'interested' in the bout. The Gypsy King was on course to face AJ in Saudi Arabia in August before an American judge ordered him to have a trilogy fight with Deontay Wilder. 4Tyson Fury was on course to face Anthony Joshua before he was ordered to fight Deontay Wilder againCredit: Alamy 4But Fury no longer cares about facing Joshua for all the marblesCredit: Getty Boxing fans across the globe are hoping the pair will throw down later this year, but WBC champ Fury is no longer bothered about facing his fellow Brit. He told talkSPORT: "Undisputed and unifying jobs, it's all bulls**t to me. I'm not interested. "Whoever the fights are who is there and is available to fight, we fight. "As for like undisputed and unified, I've done all that. "I've done unification with [Wladimir] Klitschko, I've won all the belts before. "Two-time world champion without being beat. I could just rattle on about what I've done...
    Kevin Hart slammed celebrity cancel culture after reflecting on his decision to stand down as presenter of the 2019 Oscars in a candid new interview. In an interview with the The Sunday Times, the 41-year-old actor said fans involved in cancel culture - needed to 'shut the f**k up'  when the hostility was based around 'nonsense' remarks. Hart also looked back on his own career in which he had been 'cancelled many times' -  he did not appear in his role as host of the 2019 Oscars after tweets and some of his early stand-up routines featuring homophobic comments resurfaced. Despite apologising to the LGBTQ community, he refused a demand from the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences to apologise again, saying at the time that he had addressed the issue enough.  'What are you talking about?' Kevin Hart slammed celebrity cancel culture after reflecting on his decision to stand down as presenter of the 2019 Oscars in a candid new interview (pictured 2020)  He said: 'If somebody has done something truly damaging then, absolutely, a consequence should be...
    A furious Bill Maher has slammed Kevin Hart for his 'ridiculous' claim that 'white power and white privilege' is at an 'all-time high', as he called out woke liberals for suffering from 'progress-o-phobia'.   On his Real Time With Bill Maher show Friday, he pointed to America's tortured racial history attack the comedian's claim during an interview with the New York Times that things have never been worse.   'This is one of the big problems with wokeness, that what you say doesn't have to make sense or chime with the facts or ever be challenged, lest the challenge itself it conflated with racism,' he said during the 'New Rule' segment.  'But saying white power and privilege is at an all-time high is just ridiculous. Higher than a century ago, the year of the Tulsa Race Massacre? Higher than the years when the KKK rode unchecked and the KKK went unchallenged? 'Higher than the 1960s when the Supremes and The Willie Mays still couldn't stay in the same hotel as the white people they were working with? Higher than during slavery?' On...
    Barack Obama has admitted that cancel culture can go 'overboard' as he slammed Republicans who were 'cowed into accepting' Donald Trump's false election fraud claims and accused conservative-leaning media of 'stoking the fear and resentment' of white Americans.  Obama spoke to CNN's Anderson Cooper for an AC360 Special named 'Barack Obama on Fatherhood, Leadership and Legacy', which aired Monday night.  In the fawning interview with little or no follow-up questions, the former president spoke about fatherhood, the Trump administration and the racial justice movement.  The Democrat said that, while the nation's history of slavery and racism still 'linger and continue', he believes cancel culture has its 'dangers'.   Barack Obama has admitted that cancel culture can go 'overboard' as he slammed Republicans who 'cowed into accepting' Donald Trump's false election fraud claims and accused the conservative media of 'stoking the fear and resentment' of white Americans Obama pointed to his own daughters Sasha, 19, and Malia, 22, who attended Black Lives Matter protests in the wake of the murder of George Floyd by white cop Derek Chauvin on Memorial Day 2020. ...
    A surfer's GoPro camera which fell into the sea after he got wiped out by a huge wave has been found buried on a beach by a passer-by five years later. Luke Batchelor, 32, from Berwick, Northumberland, had been walking along the banks of the River Tweed, near Spittal Beach, when he spotted the camera on May 26.  Despite being hidden under the sand for half a decade, the gadget's SD card was undamaged and showed the moment the camera had disappeared under the waves on April 23, 2016. Footage shows a group of surfers paddling out on their boards off the coast of Berwick as the surfer holding the camera says: 'Jesus Christ, I'm going to freeze my t*ts off! This is going to go well.'
    Addison Rae and Tanner Buchanan kissed on-stage at the MTV Movie and TV Awards. Kevin Mazur/2021 MTV Movie and TV Awards/Getty Images for MTV/ViacomCBS Addison Rae and Tanner Buchanan kissed on-stage at the MTV Movie and TV Awards. The pair were presenting the best kiss award, which went to two "Outer Banks" stars. Rae and Buchanan are costars on the Netflix reboot of "She's All That," titled "He's All That." Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. TikTok star Addison Rae and actor Tanner Buchanan shared a brief, but steamy kiss at the MTV Movie and TV Awards.  The two (who are costars in the gender-swapped Netflix remake of the 1999 teen romantic comedy "She's All That," tiled "He's All That") took to the stage on Sunday to present the award for the best kiss in a movie or TV show. "We'd love to kiss for you guys right now. I mean, our new movie, 'He's All That,' we've spent months practicing our technique," Buchanan said. "So we kind of know what we're doing," Rae chimed in before...
    A frequent flyer has revealed that he managed to fly internationally multiple times over the past year without catching Covid – and claims he's proof that global travel can be done safely if it's properly managed. Travel expert Gilbert Ott, who runs the flight tips site God Save The Points, told MailOnline Travel that in 2020 and 2021 he flew to New York (twice), Santorini, Los Angeles and Palm Springs and remained virus-free. The 34-year-old said: 'I have at least 10 tests to my name as proof, across varying periods of time. Each time I stayed in a hotel or Airbnb and observed quarantine and restrictions in each country. Gilbert is pictured here with his wife, Laura, and baby daughter on an August 2020 British Airways flight to Santorini Gilbert with his baby daughter in Palm Springs earlier this year 'I believe there's always some luck involved in life, but I also believe that all studies showing how safe air is on planes - 10 times safer than home, five times safer than a hospital - is a...
    HOWARD Donald has declared Take That's songs "are all 's***" and revealed he doesn't like any of them. The singer refused to name ANY of the boy-band's hits when asked which was his favourite. 2Howard Donald says all Take That songs are 's**t'Credit: Getty - Contributor Deadpan Howard told the Events that Made Me podcast: "I don’t like any of them, they’re all s***. The 52-year-old said he listens to electronic music from the era when Take That first stormed the charts. In another body blow, he listed off his a string of his favourite artists. He mused: "At the moment I’ve got 15 boxes of vinyl, all dance music from the late 80s and 90s, I’m sifting through - Beck, Chemical Brothers, Kraftwork, Human League, Gary Numan. "I generally listen to a lot of electronic music - I listen to a lot of dance music." 2Take That with Mark Owen, Gary Barlow, Jason Orange, Howard Donald and Robbie WilliamsCredit: Getty While snubbing all of bandmate Gary Barlow's money-spinning music, Howard admitted Take That know how to put on a...
    Details have started to emerge on how Houston Texans' quarterback Dehsaun Watson's defense team might fight back against accusations of sexual assault he's facing. Watson will reportedly claim that all the massages he received were 'private' and 'professional' after 22 women alleged he sexually assaulted them as they worked as massage therapists. Watson's lawyer Rusty Hardin on Friday issued a statement calling the allegations against him 'meritless,' ESPN reported. 'I'm extremely proud to represent Deshaun Watson and wholly stand behind him against what we believe are meritless allegations,' Hardin's statement said.  'However, we will wait to comment in detail until we've completed our review of the numerous, evolving allegations from Mr. Buzbee. We will respond next week and ask you to keep an open mind until we do so.' Tony Buzbee is a lawyer for the accusers. Details have started to emerge on how Houston Texans' quarterback Dehsaun Watson's defense team might fight back against the accusations of sexual assault Watson will reportedly claim that all the massages he received were 'private' and 'professional' after 22 women alleged he...
    A Baptist pastor has come under fire after delivering a 'sexist' sermon urging married women to practice 'weight control' and look less 'butch' to keep their husbands' attention — though he admitted that not everyone can be an 'epic trophy wife' like Melania Trump.  Stewart-Allen Clark, 55, a preacher at the First General Baptist Church in Malden, Missouri, delivered his damning speech on Sunday, February 21, holding what appeared to be a Bible as he targeted the female members of the congregation.   The Friendly Atheist was the first to report on the now-viral video of Clark's controversial sermon claiming each man needs 'an attractive wife' — prompting wide-spread outrage over his 'misogynistic' and 'offensive' message. Scroll down for video   Under fire: Stewart-Allen Clark, a preacher at the First General Baptist Church in Malden, Missouri, is facing backlash for his 'sexist' sermon telling women to focus on 'weight control' Thoughts: Clark noted that not every woman can be 'the epic trophy wife of all time, like Melania Trump,' but they 'don't need to look like a butch, either' At the...
    Filmmaker Hansal Mehta on Saturday admitted his 2017 release Simran, starring Kangana Ranaut, was a mistake. He also compared the error in judgement to supporting Anna Hazare and Arvind Kejriwal in the past. “I supported him (Anna) in good faith. Like I later supported Arvind. I don’t regret it. All of us make mistakes. I made Simran,” he tweeted on Saturday. Hansal Mehta Agrees Kangana Ranaut Took Charge on the Sets of Simran, Says ‘I Sometimes Wish I Never Made It’ The 2017 film is about a divorcee named Praful Patel who loses her savings in a gambling bout. She then takes a loan to set things straight, and when she is unable to repay it, she finds herself drawn into a life of crime. The film, said to be based on a true story, faced controversy when screenwriter Apurva Asrani alleged that Kangana, who has been credited as additional dialogue and story writer of the project, tried to discredit him by claiming she had developed the story with Mehta from a one-line script. Shahid Clocks 7 Years: Rajkummar Rao, Hansal...
    Prince Harry claims he and Meghan were subjected to the 'mothership of harassment' and blames social media for the MAGA riot at the Capitol and the 'destruction of the Amazon' in a new interview.  Harry was interviewed by Fast Company for an article published on Friday which is in a lengthy Q&A format.  It's unclear when or how the internet took place but he gives long, intense answers where he talks about the 'guiding principle' of his life (the duty to truth and alleviation of suffering) and 'the current consequences of the digital space'.   He says social media has become the root of violence and confusion because it plays host to so much disinformation. He and Meghan are now raking in millions through deals with Netflix, Spotify and through business ventures, which they would not have been able to do without quitting royal life.  Sources close to the pair say they have now abandoned all social media because of the nastiness it harbors, and won't use it to promote any of their projects.  Royal and branding experts have speculated the...
    Tommy John, the former Major League All-Star pitcher and namesake of a common elbow surgery, has contracted COVID-19, but is insisting that he is fine despite being placed on oxygen. John, 77, told the Daily Beast about his current health situation from a hospital bed near his Indio, California home, claiming that he would 'leave right now' if he were allowed. 'You're either going to live or you're going to die,' he said. Tommy John (right), the former Major League All-Star pitcher and namesake of a common elbow surgery, has contracted COVID-19, but is insisting that he is fine despite being placed on oxygen at a California hospital. His son Tommy John III (left) is a pandemic denier John famously underwent elbow surgery in 1976 to repair ligament damage. The surgery was a success and he pitched 14 more seasons, mostly with the Yankees. Tommy John surgery, as it's now called, is credited with saving countless pitchers' careers John's skepticism about vaccines and medicine is peculiar for an athlete who has become synonymous with medical advancement after...
    Proud Boys leader arrested for property destruction ahead of DC protests 604 unmarked graves were found at Clemson University. This professor seeks to tell their stories All-time soccer icon Pele is refusing to accept that Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi have scored more goals than he did © Getty/Olivier Morin Ronaldo, Pele. Getty/Olivier Morin Pele is refusing to accept that Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi have scored more goals than him. After Ronaldo scored the 758th goal of his career on Sunday, one more than Pele managed, the Brazilian updated his Instagram bio to claim he had actually scored 1,283 goals during his career. The move comes days after Pele's former club Santos denied Lionel Messi had surpassed the record for the most goals ever scored for a single club.  Pele believes that more than 400 goals he scored in friendlies and other unofficial matches should count to his overall total. "A goal against Transvaal (from Suriname) has the same value as Real Madrid in the middle of the Santiago Bernabeu," Santos' statement said. Visit Insider's homepage for...
    Weird Al Yankovic has charmed social media users with a truly heartwarming story about how he recently reconnected with his ninth grade crush — and learned that she'd held onto a picture he drew for her for nearly 50 years. The 61-year-old comedic singer shared the sweet story on Facebook last week, recalling the crush he had on a girl who sat in front of him in math class when he was a freshman at Lynwood High School in Southern California. Weird Al described himself as 'painfully shy' at the time, explaining how he awkwardly drew portraits for everyone in the class just so he could give her one. Recently, he came across his old crush on Twitter, and the pair exchanged messages — during which he learned that his crush had saved the portrait he drew of her for decades. Feel-good story: Weird Al Yankovic has charmed social media users with a truly heartwarming story about how he recently reconnected with his ninth grade crush Sweet on her: The 61-year-old comedic singer recalled the crush he had on...
    DEAR ABBY: I have a dear friend I’ve known for 25 years and I consider to be family. We recently had a falling-out because I set some boundaries I feel are necessary for my own wellness as I grow into my 40s. The boundaries revolve around disrespectful or belittling speech. Jeanne Phillips  My friend is gay and excuses the disrespect as the way his community speaks among themselves. He often calls me the b-word in fun, as well as similar names. I have told him it hurts me, but he refuses to acknowledge it, dismissing it as “you know, since high school that’s how we talk.” He might show some restraint at times, but when he’s drinking (which is often), he reverts back to making cruel or hurtful comments. Related Articles Dear Abby: My premonitions come true, and this one says I’m about to die Dear Abby: Her disrespectful commands caused a family rift Dear Abby: The 10-year-old who wrecked my marriage is grown up and still hates me Dear Abby: She...
    President Donald Trump again mocked Joe Biden for wearing a mask and asked a crowd in Pittsburgh why the Democrat would spend 'all that money on the plastic surgery' to cover up his face.  'He feels good about the mask,' Trump riffed. 'I wonder in the debate, it will be him and I the stage, is he going to walk in with a mask?'   The president had his predominantly mask-less audience in stitches, as he poked fun at Biden for mask-wearing on the same day that marked more than 200,000 Americans dying of COVID-19.  President Donald Trump ridiculed Democrat Joe Biden for wearing a mask to prevent the spread of coronavirus, telling a crowd in Pittsburgh he wonders why Biden spent ''all that money on the plastic surgery' and then covers up his face  Medical experts say masks can prevent the spread of the coronavirus.   'I'll be honest, he feels good about that mask, and that's OK,' Trump said.  He then paused, waiting to drop his next line.  'I mean honestly, what the hell did he spend all that money...
    Although she got quite angry with her pet, she admits that with her little face it is impossible to remain angry for long Animals are adorable, although they can sometimes act like real demons. From breaking very valuable objects in the house, to peeing on the carpet are some of the acts that they can commit. Jocelyn horneHe adores his puppy, a little miniature poodle named Peggy, but it has been good to have her in his life. Literally, because you have lost your savings. The dog ate, or more tore into pieces, $ 100 bills (they were actually more than £ 100) It is unknown how, but the dog somehow managed to get into the box next to Jocelyn’s bed, where she had been saving money for possible contingencies and proceeded to eat all the bills she found there. When she got home from work, Jocelyn thought her partner Allan He was playing a joke on her when he told her about money. It was hard to believe, but the torn pieces of various bills all over the...
    Donald Trump praises Roger Ailes for building a 'miracle' at Fox News in a new, glowing documentary about the late, disgraced CEO who died in 2017 after leaving the network amid a flurry of sexual harassment claims.   The documentary, Man in the Arena, was released on Amazon Prime on Friday and features favorable commentary from President Trump, Rudy Giuliani, Mitch McConnell, Newt Gingrich and Ailes' widow, Elizabeth.  It is narrated by Jon Voight and offers a far more complimentary view of Ailes than any of the films, series or documentaries that have previously been made about his life.  In it, Elizabeth Ailes - who was affectionately known as Beth to her late husband - defends him against the sexual harassment claim which led to his demise at Fox.  Trump is among the political figures who praises Ailes for creating Fox in the 1980s and developing it into the conservative media giant that it is today.  Scroll down for video  Trump praised Roger Ailes and credited him for putting him in the White House in a new documentary about the...
    The Trump campaign believes the president can hold onto all the states he won in 2016, while also potentially bringing Maine, New Hampshire, Nevada and Minnesota into his column.  The president's new Campaign Manager Bill Stepien spent nearly an hour Friday on a Zoom call with reporters explaining how he saw the lay of the land with 102 days to go until the 2020 presidential election.  'We only either need to earn Wisconsin or Michigan or Pennsylvania to win this thing again,' Stepien said. 'If we win any of these states and the [rest of the] states the president won in 2016, Joe Biden stays in his basement. The president is in the White House for four more years.' President Trump's new Campaign Manager Bill Stepien talked to reporters for nearly an hour Friday and argued that Trump could pick up states Hillary Clinton won including Maine, New Hampshire, Nevada and Minnesota  Despite national and state polls suggesting otherwise, Bill Stepien (left) argued that the Trump campaign is in a good place with 102 days to go...
    D. TerceroBarcelona Updated: 07/16/2020 18: 09h Save Artur Mas has assured, this Thursday, that he has already assumed all the “political responsibilities” for the Palau de la Música case and has defended that Convergència Democràtica de Catalunya (CDC) and his former treasurer Daniel Osàcar still they can be described as “innocent”, Despite the final judgment of the Supreme Court, they have appealed to the Constitutional Court (TC). In his initial speech, in the Institutional Affairs Committee of the Parliament of Catalonia, Mas limited himself to defend the party of which he was president, to his treasurer and point out that at no time, of the ten years in which the judicial case was open, was he involved nor was he called to testify. «They call me again, and I come again. But I don’t know if this appearance will have any news », He has started his appearance Mas, who has recalled that he has been apart from the first political line since January 2018, when he left the position of president of the PDECat, inheriting party of the...
    President Donald Trump’s re-election campaign is floundering because he is incapable of doing anything but bragging about himself, according to MSNBC’s “Morning Joe.” The president delivered an overtly political speech from the White House Rose Garden as he tries to turn the focus from the coronavirus pandemic and the related economic fallout, and NBC News political reporter Carol Lee said that goes against adviser from campaign officials. President Donald Trump’s re-election campaign is floundering because he is incapable of doing anything but bragging about himself, according to MSNBC’s “Morning Joe.” The president delivered an overtly political speech from the White House Rose Garden as he tries to turn the focus from the coronavirus pandemic and the related economic fallout, and NBC News political reporter Carol Lee said that goes against adviser from campaign officials. “But we’ve seen the president instead nursing grievances publicly,” Lee said. “He’s embracing old tricks that he feels worked for him well, such as applying nicknames to Joe Biden, like ‘Sleepy Joe,’ but as one official told us, sleepy sounds pretty good after four years of...
    Facebook CEO's Mark Zuckerberg's former personal security chief has again been accused of racist and sexist workplace conduct, a year after he stepped down in the face of similar claims. Liam Booth, a former Secret Service agent who once served in President Barack Obama's personal protection detail, resigned from Zuckerberg's family office in 2019 following a probe into sexual harassment and racism complaints. Now, three former and current staffers at the secretive family office, called West Street, have leveled fresh claims against Booth in sworn statements reported by Business Insider. Booth could not immediately be reached by DailyMail.com late on Tuesday, and a spokesperson for Zuckerberg said that an outside investigation had found nothing to substantiate the allegations, calling them the baseless claims of disgruntled ex-employees seeking a legal payday.  There have been no accusations of misconduct leveled at either Mark Zuckerberg or his wife personally. The allegations also do not relate to Facebook's workplace. The family office of Mark Zuckerberg and Priscilla Chan (seen together in November) is again embroiled in claims of workplace misconduct, according to a...
    SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — City officials say late Seoul mayor left note saying he felt “sorry to all people” and asking that his body be cremated. Copyright © 2020 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, written or redistributed.
    Ian Desmond. Mark Brown/Getty Images Colorado Rockies outfield Ian Desmond shared an essay on Instagram about inclusion in baseball and the U.S. while announcing he is sitting out the 2020 MLB season. Desmond, who is biracial, criticized the lack of diversity in MLB and the accessibility of baseball to all people while saying baseball's culture is based on "white rules." Desmond said he believes childhood education and resources is a key problem to address in the U.S. and said he'd focus his time on youth baseball in Florida. Desmond's essay got widespread praise online for its poignancy and honesty. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Colorado Rockies outfielder Ian Desmond announced on Instagram that he'll be sitting out the 2020 MLB season with a powerful essay. Desmond, a two-time All-Star, said he is sitting out to be with his family during the COVID-19 pandemic, but shared a message about inclusion in baseball and the U.S. In the essay, Desmond recalled how baseball has shaped his life, both good and bad. Desmond, who is biracial, recalled one of...
    A controversial Alabama mayor has resigned after posting disparaging comments about the University of Alabama football team voicing its support for the Black Lives Matter movement – months after he refused to step down for calling for the killing of LGBTQ people. Carbon Hill Mayor Mark Chambers submitted his resignation letter to the city clerk on Saturday. The motion hasn’t been approved by the city council yet, however an emergency meeting will be held regarding the matter Wednesday, reports say. Chambers’ resignation followed a series of comments he made on his private Facebook page hours earlier, screenshots of which circulated widely on social media across the weekend. The contentious figure’s initial post said he was selling his photos of the Alabama football team and head coach Nick Saban because of their ‘sorry’ political views. He said ‘the Tide is done in my opinion.’ The post appears to be a response to a two minute video shared on the official social media pages of Alabama Football last week, in which a diverse group of players and Saban read an essay by...
    Mike Pence said Sunday morning that he refused to push a 'radical left agenda' by using the phrase Black Lives Matter and instead asserted 'all lives matter.' 'As a pro-life American, I also believe that all life matters, born and unborn,' Mike Pence, an avid evangelical christian, told CBS News' John Dickerson. 'But what I see in the leaders of the Black Lives Matter movement is a political agenda of the radical left that would defund the police, that would tear down the monuments, that would press a radical left agenda that, and support calls for the kind of violence that has beset the very communities that they say that they're advocating for,' he continued. Dickerson, whose interview with the vice president aired on CBS News' Face the Nation Sunday morning, pushed Pence: 'So you won't say Black lives matter?' 'John, I really believe that all lives matter. And that's where the heart of the American people lies,' Pence said. Vice President Make Pence says he doesn't use the phrase 'Black Lives Matter' because it has been used to...
    Former national security adviser John Bolton said it's a typical occurrence for President Trump to promote content, including racist or offensive language, without realizing the full context. Bolton addressed his former boss's retweet of a controversial video on Sunday that showed a man driving a golf cart with Trump 2020 signs and shouting, "White power!" at anti-Trump protesters in Florida. "Thank you to the great people of The Villages. The Radical Left Do Nothing Democrats will Fall in the Fall. Corrupt Joe is shot. See you soon!!!" the president wrote. Thank you to the great people of The Villages. The Radical Left Do Nothing Democrats will Fall in the Fall. Corrupt Joe is shot. See you soon!!! https://t.co/4Gg1iGOhyG— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) June 28, 2020 "He doesn't pay attention to a lot of things. It's entirely possible that he tweeted this video because he saw the [campaign] sign," Bolton said on CNN's State of the Union, adding, "That’s all he needed to see. Not paying attention, not considering all of the implications of information he gets, is typical of Trump."...
    This month, Perry Mason — the legendary Los Angeles defence attorney who yielded to no one in getting his clients off the rap — is returning to British television screens in a transformed characterisation by the award-winning Welsh actor Matthew Rhys. Mason was the creation of U.S. author Erle Stanley Gardner in some 80 novels that have sold more than 300 million copies, putting Gardner just two spots behind J.K. Rowling in the list of all-time bestseller writers. Rhys’s portrayal of the younger Mason as a dishevelled drunk in a filthy vest, who steals a tie from a corpse when he needs to smarten up before a judge, bears little comparison with the original star who brought Perry to the viewing millions. Canadian-born actor Raymond Burr was more than 6ft tall and immaculately dressed in expensive suits. He had a commanding voice and the aura of a pillar of the community. Perry Mason is pictured with his co-star Barbara Hale who played his secretary Della Street in The Case Of The Sulky Girl Burr played Mason for nine years...
    The first game is not for another two weeks, but already Tommy Thompson and his teammates with the San Jose Earthquakes are inside “the bubble” at the ESPN Wide World of Sports complex. The world and its virus are outside. That’s the plan, anyway. Soon all of Major League Soccer will join them for the MLS is Back Tournament, scheduled to run July 8-Aug. 11. Traveling sports NASCAR and PGA Tour golf began last month. The National Women’s Soccer League opens Saturday in Utah. MLS will be the first male major sports league in the U.S. to being competing since the COVID-19 pandemic led to a shutdown in all significant world sports. As such leagues as the NBA, NHL and Major League Baseball have attempted to launch or relaunch seasons without spectators in the stands, there has been plenty of concern voiced about participant safety. Some prominent athletes, such as Megan Rapinoe and Christen Press of the NWSL, have opted not to participate. So how about it: Does Thompson feel safe returning to work? “I think that’s an important...
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