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    Getty Nick Saban at The Masters golf tournament in 2022. Alabama Crimson Tide head football coach Nick Saban isn’t ready to spend his days on the golf course. The 70-year-old opened up about whether he plans on retiring anytime soon during an interview on August 12 on The Dan Patrick Show. “I don’t really think about retiring. I always think about what the heck am I going to do if I do retire. That’s the scary thought,” Saban told Patrick. “I don’t know if that’s hard for people to understand. There’s nothing that I want to do, like some people want to go to Europe or go to Scotland to play golf, and all that. I wouldn’t mind doing all that stuff, but I don’t have to quit my job to do it.” Saban added, “I worry about, ‘What am I going to do if I don’t do this?’ I don’t mean play golf or whatever. How are you going to get any positive self-gratification and feeling of accomplishment when you’ve done something so long that you like...
    Between 70,000 and 80,000 Russian soldiers have been killed or wounded in Ukraine since the invasion began in late February, according to a top U.S. Department of Defense official. The new projection, which Undersecretary of Defense for Policy Dr. Colin Kahl provided to reporters during a Monday afternoon briefing, provides new insights into the war of attrition in Ukraine from the Pentagon, which has repeatedly declined to offer such details throughout the conflict. US WILL BE 'PURSUING' PRISONER SWAP WITH RUSSIA, BLINKEN SAYS "It's safe to suggest the Russians have probably taken 70,000-80,000 casualties in less than six months," he explained. "That's a combination of killed in action and wounded in action. That number might be a little lower, a little higher, but that's kind of in the ballpark, which is pretty remarkable." Kahl said it was difficult to predict exactly how long Russia would be able to maintain its war efforts while sustaining its current casualty rate. "It's an interesting question and not one I can answer with a high degree of certainty. Obviously, Russia's a very large country....
    YOU just looked at the date and are panicking that your item is about to expire – but it turns out that you might be able to freeze it and preserve it. Freezing products is often a method used by consumers to prolong the shelf life of food to avoid disposing it. 2The money-savings expert reveals various items that she has stored in her freezer 2This includes jarred items including baked beans But odds are you may not be taking full advantage of your freezer. It turns out that various products that most aren’t aware of can be stored in the freezer, according to money-saving expert and food pro who goes by Cheapskate Cook on YouTube, or Stephani Jenkins. And also keep in mind that avoiding waste will help you save money.   Stephani in a recent video went through her freezer and revealed a list of little-known food items that can be stored inside it. READ MORE ON GROCERYAISLE HAVE THAT I'm a savings mom - my five tricks can save you $100s on your grocery bill FOOD BUDGETING I cut our family's grocery...
    In a move that surprised the Orioles’ clubhouse, Baltimore traded first baseman-designated hitter Trey Mancini to the Houston Astros for a pair of pitching prospects Monday as part of a three-team deal with the Tampa Bay Rays. Here’s how a handful of Orioles reacted to the move, one that came with Baltimore playing .500 baseball and sitting three games out of a wild-card spot. Manager Brandon Hyde: “Not easy. Trey has been such an important part of our lives here the last — since I’ve been here [in 2019] — a big part of Baltimore and a big part of this community, and it’s hard to see someone like him go. Such a close friend to so many people here. It wasn’t fun, like you think it wouldn’t be. But I’m happy for him and the opportunity he’s going to have. Hard to say goodbye. “When you say goodbye to a friend or someone you’re close with, that sucks. But this is part of the game and this is something that we know. One day we’re going to be three...
    TAMPA, Fla. (AP) — Todd Bowles chuckled when he was asked if the Tampa Bay Buccaneers are planning anything special for Tom Brady’s birthday. The seven-time Super Bowl champion turns 45 on Wednesday. His coach wouldn’t say if the quarterback would get a day off from practice. “As long as we keep him upright and he’s walking, that’s a great birthday,” Bowles said Monday. “What do you give the guy who has everything, right?” Brady spoke to reporters for the first time since the start of training camp, keeping most of his answers brief during a seven-minute session in which he discussed — among other things — the knee injury that will sideline center Ryan Jensen much of the season and his remembrance of basketball Hall of Famer Bill Russell. Second-year pro Robert Hainsey is competing with another young lineman, Nick Leverett, to replace Jensen, who was a first-time Pro Bowl selection in 2021. Brady noted “everyone’s heartbroken” about Jensen, who’s expected to miss “significant time” after being injured during a non-contact drill last week. He added Hainsey, like every...
    SNL’s Kenan Thompson suggested that the legendary show could be ending after their upcoming 50th season. Thompson sat down with Charlamagne tha God this past week on his Comedy Central show Hell Of A Week. The actor spoke of his career and what the future holds for him. “Let’s talk a little bit more about SNL. I know they’re celebrating their 50th anniversary in three seasons. And the rumor is the show is ending at it’s 50th season because Mr. Lorne Michaels doesn’t want to do it after age 80. Is that true?” Charlamagne asked. “Is that the rumor?” Thompson said shyly. “Well, I need to start planning.” “No, I’m just kidding. Um, I mean it, there could be a lot of validity to that rumor because 50 is a good number to stop at. You know what I’m saying? It’s an incredible package,” Thompson replied. “You know, he’s the one that’s had his touch on the whole thing. So if somebody tries to come into his shoes — you know, it’s a good opportunity for NBC to save money...
    A TESCO employee has shared a hack which gives customers three times as much money back. With millions of households cutting back on showers and eating lower-quality food to make ends meet, vouchers and reward schemes have never been more important. 4The Tesco employee shared the tip on TikTok where the clip has gone viralCredit: tiktok/@graciejayneadventures 4She claimed that many customers weren't aware of this shopping tipCredit: tiktok/@graciejayneadventures One big supermarket brand known for its customer reward system is Tesco - but despite its popularity, there's a little bonus you might not be aware of, according to an employee. Gracie Jayne, who works at the company, took it to TikTok to share the ''worker tip''. ''I was scanning all these clubcard vouchers and I remember that not a lot of people know that you can get three times as much money back to spend on hotels,'' Gracie said in the now-viral video. Revealing the hack, the employee then went on to demonstrate how you can make the most of your Tesco points. read more shopping storiesWATCH OUT How stores...
    He’s the fourth overall pick, the reward for losing 13 games last season, so the assumption is Ahmad ‘Sauce’ Gardner will be the starting cornerback in Week 1 against the Ravens. But coach Robert Saleh was again unwilling to make that declaration in training camp – just as he didn’t two months ago during OTAs — saying Friday that the 21-year-old rookie has much to prove about his NFL readiness. “He is a rookie. There’s a lot of things,” Saleh said. “You still want to see him in pads. You still want to see him when the back hits in the corner. First (regular-season) game against Baltimore, they’re not going to be shy with four corner and contact. So there’s a lot of things we got to see that are different from the college game where it’s more spread out, throw the ball all over the place. This is a lot more condensed where offenses seek corners in the run game. So there’s a lot of things we have to see before we could declare it.” Saleh said Gardner and...
    A celebrity feud is heating up after singer Kelis launched a series of Instagram rants targeting Beyoncé and Pharrell Williams, labeling Bey as “disrespectful” and a thief. Even before Beyoncé’s new Renaissance album dropped, the star was already dealing with leaks, and it all began after one Instagram fan account began spreading details about the tracks. The account was highlighting one of the new songs, “Energy,” which samples the Neptunes-produced song “Get Along With You,” from Kelis’ debut 1999 album. Using her celebrity chef account @bountyandfull, Kelis took to the comments section. “My mind is blown too because the level of disrespect and utter ignorance of all 3 parties involved is astounding,” she wrote. “I heard about this the same way everyone else did. Nothing is ever as it seems, some of the people in this business have no soul or integrity and they have everyone fooled.” Replying to another comment, Kelis wrote: “it’s not a collab, it’s theft.” When another user wrote, “I always felt like Beyonce really admire (sic) Kelis,” she replied: “admire is not the word.” Then,...
    Commentator Colin Cowherd is rushing to support Charles Barkley’s potential move to LIV golf. A clip circulating Twitter, posted by Awful Announcing’s Brandon Contes, features Cowherd on the latest episode of The Herd with Colin Cowherd chatting about the subject. Barkley and several others who have made the move to LIV Golf have been questioned on the ethics surrounding the Saudi-backed start-up, citing the kingdom’s many civil rights abuses. Cowherd, seemingly downplayed the concerns of critics, saying, “The company that owns you, you don’t really know. You’re not a trained journalist. I’m kind of a journalist, but I don’t know what everybody does at every company I’ve worked at.” “I go to the store. I like eggs, bread. The products I buy, I don’t know who’s on the board. I don’t know their every mood. I got six kids. I got a life. Do you have to be a Washington Post journalist for every company you use? If you create a great product I’m in,” he professed. The one exception Cowherd would make to this philosophy, he said, would be...
    JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (AP) — Trevor Lawrence’s first team-building excursion was relatively inexpensive and somewhat bold for a rookie quarterback who hadn’t even been named Jacksonville’s starter — inviting a few receivers to Clemson for workouts, nightlife and a boat trip. His encore wasn’t nearly as simple. An unquestioned starter, a team captain and widely viewed as the Jaguars’ franchise savior, Lawrence picked up the hotel tab for his receiving corps in the Bahamas earlier this month. Football topped the agenda, just ahead of food, drinks, sun, sand and casinos. “It was great,” Lawrence said. “We had 10 or 12 guys out there. Obviously the field work is great, and that’s important. But I think bonding, getting to know each other, hanging out, building that camaraderie before you start the season is really important. “We’ve got a lot of new faces and a lot of old faces too from last year, but just gel everybody together.” The Jaguars are counting on Lawrence taking a similar leap on the field this season. He struggled at times in 2021, finishing with 12...
    Chris Cuomo claimed on Tuesday that his bosses at CNN knew all along he was attempting to help his brother, former New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D-NY), navigate a series of sexual misconduct allegations. While the network fired its former prime time star last December over his involvement in the scandals, Cuomo said none of his behind-the-scenes work was ever done in secret. On NewsNation’s Dan Abrams Live, host Dan Abrams spoke with Cuomo about the scandal that saw him shown the door. During the interview, it was also revealed that Cuomo will join NewsNation as a prime time anchor. While discussing the initial interviews between the brothers Cuomo in the early days of the Covid-19 pandemic, Cuomo said they helped people. “People appreciated the interviews,” he said. Cuomo then criticized the media – broadly speaking – for not expressing concern about a potential conflict of interest in the interviews until after his bother got into “trouble.” Abrams, who founded Mediaite, noted Cuomo assisted his brother in PR strategy, after he was accused of sexual misconduct by numerous women. “You start...
    Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg said Republican senators should vote to enshrine marriage equality in law, adding he did not “understand” why 157 Republican members of Congress had voted against the Respect for Marriage Act on Tuesday (47 voted in support). On State of the Union Sunday, CNN’s Jake Tapper asked Buttigieg about his thoughts on Senator Marco Rubio who has said he will vote “no” on the bill, calling it a “stupid waste of time.” Buttigieg replied, “If he’s got time to fight against Disney, I don’t know why he wouldn’t have time to help safeguard marriages like mine. This is really, really important to lot of people. It’s certainly important to me.” Making their twins’ breakfast that morning had, said Buttigieg, reminded him how much he depended on husband Chasten “every day. Our marriage deserves to be treated equally. I don’t know why this would be hard for a senator or a congressman. I don’t understand how such a majority of House Republicans voted no on our marriage,” just hours after Buttigieg had been having “normal conversations” with them...
    Pete Buttigieg slammed Marco Rubio for calling the bill codifying same-sex marriage into law a 'stupid waste of time', claiming that he has plenty of time to take on the measure. The Department of Transportation secretary went on the defense against his marriage Sunday morning. 'If he's got time to fight against Disney, I don't know why he wouldn't have time to help safeguard marriages like mine,' Buttigieg told CNN's State of the Union. 'This is really, really important to a lot of people. It's certainly important to me.' He added: 'If they don't want to spend a lot of time on this, they can vote 'yes' and move on. And that would be really reassuring for a lot of families around America – including mine.' Buttigieg is referencing Rubio attacking Disney World for public opposition to Florida's so-called 'Don't Say Gay' bill, which stops public school teachers from discussing sexual orientation or gender identity in kindergarten through third grade. The Transportation secretary and former Mayor of South Bend, Indiana has been married to his husband Chasten since 2018. The...
    SHE has the statuesque good looks of a fashion model but Vick Hope insists she’s secretly “geeky” and got picked on at school for her hairy legs. The Radio 1 presenter reveals she was left devastated by playground taunts about her pins, which her tormentors said resembled a “gorilla”. 4Vick Hope says she was taunted at school for having hairy legsCredit: Mark Hayman - Fabulous Vick, who dazzled during Strictly in 2018, said: “I used to get a bit bullied at school. The boys would make fun of me for having hairy legs. “I used to get called ‘gorilla’. I was so upset and angry.” But things could not be more different now. Geordie Vick has been the picture of happiness since her engagement to Scottish singer and superstar DJ Calvin Harris was revealed in May. READ MORE VICK HOPECHEEK TO CHEEK Calvin Harris grabs fiancee Vick Hope's bum as they kiss on a beach in Ibiza But the 32-year-old admits that finding love was not always easy. She said: “I have been accused on dates of interviewing them. You...
    Former Fox News anchor turned podcast host Bill O’Reilly went on a bizarre rant about the sea life off the shores of Long Island, NY. During the Thursday edition of his podcast, O’Reilly couldn’t contain his feelings toward bull sharks near his home. “I’m a big beach guy, something, you know, in my background, I was a lifeguard and a water safety instructor for the town of Babylon on Long Island, when I was a kid. I know my way around the ocean,” O’Reilly professed. O’Reilly elaborated that not only is he an avid swimmer, he scuba dives and snorkels all the time, often sharing his escapades on his Instagram page for fans to see. View this post on Instagram A post shared by Bill OReilly (@billoreilly) But recently, the host lamented, he’s been plagued by the thought of “shark things.” “Whenever you have reports of sharks nipping people, you have Jaws flashbacks from that movie, Steven Spielberg movie, that’s indelible — horrifying movie. And that was a great white of course, and the...
    The Washington Examiner's Sarah Westwood said that President Joe Biden "has lost a lot of credibility when it comes to talking about the economy" on Fox Business Wednesday. "There is no reason for voters to trust what they’re saying right now," she said. "The Biden Administration has been wrong on basically every major economic question that's arisen while Biden has been in office." RON VS. DON: HOW DESANTIS COULD BEAT TRUMP "I also think the perception is kind of baked in at this point for voters that Biden is not well equipped to handle the economy and that Democrats are not to be trusted when it comes to, you know, righting the economic ship after COVID because things have gone so badly," Westwood said. "Even if we were to see, you know, marginal improvement in the economy, which is not at all certain, I don’t know if voters are necessarily going to give Biden credit for that or if the damage has been done in terms of voters' perceptions of Biden and Democrats." A recent poll...
    Getty Garcelle Beauvais. In “Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” season 12, episode 8, Erika Jayne attended Garcelle Beauvais’ birthday party. The “Pretty Mess” singer, who was inhibited, attempted to romantically pursue Beauvais’ son, Oliver Saunders, 31. She also asserted that the “Coming to America” star’s younger son, Jax Nilon, 14, should “get the f*** out of here” after he re-entered the party to take home flowers. In season 12, episode 10, Beauvais confronted Jayne about her comments.  While speaking to Us Weekly in July 2022, Beauvais discussed the situation regarding Jayne and her sons. She asserted that she did not regret featuring Oliver, Jax, and her other child, Jaid Nilon, 14, on the Bravo series. “One of the reasons I signed onto the show was because it’s not about the kids, it’s about the women and of course, if you are going to be in my home, you’re going to see my kids but I’m the type of mom if I’m going to celebrate my birthday, my kids are with me. That’s a no-brainer. And I’ve never had to...
    Former Trump National Security Adviser John Bolton addressed criticism he received after telling CNN’s Jake Tapper he had been involved in plotting coups d’état in other countries in a conversation about the Jan. 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol. “I do have to ask you also, your comment yesterday on CNN about coups and orchestrating them. It’s getting a lot of play, as you know. What would you like to say to that? Obviously, the U.S. is a world superpower, and were you surprised that some of the pick-up there was about, you know, your talk? Obviously, you’ve written about Venezuela a lot in your book,” asked a Newsmax anchor of Bolton on Wednesday. “Well, I think there are a lot of snowflakes out there that don’t understand what you need to do to protect the United States,” responded Bolton in his typically defiant fashion. “I’m not going to get into specifics. I did write about Venezuela in my memoir. And I think that any president that’s not willing to do what it takes to protect the interests of the...
    Former White House counsel to Richard Nixon John Dean said Tuesday on CNN’s “The Lead” that former President Donald Trump will be facing criminal charges over his actions leading up to the January 6, 2021 Capitol riot. Referring to former Oath Keepers spokesman Jason Van Tatenhove and Capitol protester Stephen Ayres, Dean said, “I thought they were powerful witnesses because they were speaking from the heart. This is what they felt. This is how they had performed. They know they had made a mistake. They’ve rethought their position now, and they realize the power of this man. They were really classic authoritarian followers.” He continued, “It was very planned. We don’t know for how long it was planned. We do know that they knew they were running out of options, so they needed alternatives. This was obviously not, but they made it look very spontaneous, the way they pulled it off, and they pulled that off successfully. As somebody said earlier, Trump really knows how to push the button of his base. He can really make them respond on command, and this was evidence of it.” Dean added,...
    PASADENA, Calif. (KABC) -- 12 young boxers from the Villa Parke Boxing program in Pasadena got a very generous gift from local firefighters - new warm up suits."You know, it's a poor man's sport and having people to look up to us and give a donation like this, it means a lot," said Fatima Martinez, a heavyweight boxer with Villa Parke Boxing."It'll give me a lot of confidence before the fight," said Adriana Nunez, another boxer with Villa Parke Boxing. "It's amazing, it lets people know where we're from, where we come from."The firefighters are a part of 809 Fight for Awareness, a non-profit owned and operated by active-duty Pasadena firefighters with the goal of addressing mental health within the first responder community. One way they do that is through boxing."Boxing is a fantastic sport and it also builds a lot of mental health with the youth. It also builds a lot of confidence as they leave into the world," said Scott Henderson, Pasadena firefighter and president of 809 Fight for Awareness. "I think this is a huge thing that...
    CHELSEA star Jorginho has cast doubt over his future, despite expressing his love for the club. The 30-year-old has just one year left on his current deal with Chelsea and is rumoured to be the subject of transfer interest from the Serie A. 1Jorginho has made 188 appearances for Chelsea since joining in 2018Credit: Alamy However, Jorginho is happy at Chelsea and wants to stay at the club. At Chelsea's Los Angeles training camp, he said: "Of course [I would stay longer], I love Chelsea. “I feel very well here and of course, I’d like to stay. "But you know, a lot is going on and we don’t know. I have a contract and I love to be here. So I don’t think about moving anywhere. READ MORE ON CHELSEABLUES LATEST Koulibaly £33m deal close, Raheem Sterling SIGNS contract, Gnabry interest “Every single year [there’s speculation]. I don’t think like this. I just think about where I am and focus 100 per cent." Juventus are thought to be the main party interested in signing the regista. He...
    CNBC host Joe Kernen grilled Biden economic adviser Jared Bernstein on Monday over the state of the economy and President Joe Biden’s approval rating being at 33 percent. During Squawk Box, Kernen told Jared Bernstein, a member of the Council of Economic Advisers that “the market has had a tough stretch, and I know, you know, we did come out of a pandemic, and we lost a lot of workers and a lot of comeback.” Kernen went on to ask, “Maybe we’re up a little bit from where we were pre-pandemic at this point, but what do you think of the stock market having a worst first half of the year since 1970? it’s a forward-looking indicator theoretically whereas employment is kind of backwards. Isn’t that saying something about inflation or did the fed overstimulate?” Kernen also asked if the $1.9 trillion American Rescue Plan enacted last year has contributed to the economy as it currently is. Kernen remarked “there’s some troubling things that are on the horizon you know, otherwise those polls wouldn’t be like that. I’m surprised he’s...
    Getty Former Boston Celtics head coach Brad Stevens talks with Jayson Tatum. LAS VEGAS — The speculation began mere minutes after Brad Stevens ascended from the Celtic bench to become the team’s president of basketball operations. He’d been Coach Stevens since 2001 — six years as an assistant and six as head coach at Butler, then eight years leading the Celtics. So when would the urge to return to that role overtake him? When would he feel the need to again direct the action from the sideline? The answer was, in fact, quite soon. In a startling revelation to Heavy Sports, Stevens acknowledged that he has already dipped his toes back into the coaching waters. “I did coach two 7th grade girls’ soccer practices this year,” he said. “So, you never know, maybe I’ll go back and be a soccer coach, just like a Ted Lasso-type thing.” Could, perhaps, 8th grade girls’ soccer be in his future? “I don’t think they’re going to bring me back,” Stevens deadpanned after a laugh. Hey, that’s a cut-throat business. Stevens on...
    Montgomery County Police said a man was sent to the hospital after being shot at the Briggs Chaney Marketplace parking lot in Silver Spring, Maryland. Officials said the shooting happened just after 5 p.m. in the 13800 block of Outlet Drive near Briggs Chaney Road. Montgomery County Police are investigating a shooting in the 13800 block of Outlet Dr. An adult male was transported to an area hospital in serious condition. Police have secured the area. — Montgomery County Department of Police (@mcpnews) July 10, 2022 When officers arrived, they found a man with an apparent gunshot wound to his upper body and several vehicles and businesses apparently damaged by bullets. The man was taken to a hospital with serious injuries. One witness identified as Zack told our news partners at NBC Washington that he was at a nearby barber shop when he heard gunshots. More Crime News “I just heard like 40 shots, just continuous shots, and people were scattering around,” Zack said. “I couldn’t believe it. Everybody was startled.” Another man told our partners that...
    Governor Larry Hogan (R-MD) said Sunday on NBC’s “Meet the Press” that he was “not sure” the United States can handle former President Donald Trump being criminally charged for his actions surrounding the January 6, 2021 Capitol riot. Host Chuck Todd said, “Based on what you gleaned from the January 6 committee and what you’ve taken away, do you think he should be charged with a crime?” Hogan said, “I think that is for the Justice Department to decide because I think one thing the American people do want is to take the politics out of it and get to the facts of what happened. I think the committee has done us a service and bringing a lot of people forward that are finally talking, and we have a lot more information than we did but something the Justice Department has to decide.” Todd asked, “Do you think the country can handle prosecuting a former president?” Hogan said, “Yeah, I’m not sure they can, but I think no man is above the law, so if that is where the facts...
    Macy Gray said Thursday on NBC’s “Today” that her comments on gender were not meant to hurt anyone in the LGBT community while addressing the backlash. Co-host Hoda Kotb said, “You were on the Piers Morgan show, and there was a question about trans women. This is what you said in part, ‘As a woman, just because you go change your parts doesn’t make you a woman. If you want me to call you a her, I will, because that’s what you want, but that doesn’t make you a woman just because I call you a her just because you got a surgery. You can call yourself whatever you want.’ There was a wave of backlash that came as a result. Just tell many where you are right now on that statement.” Gray said, “Well, I never, of course, meant to hurt anybody with what I said. I’m actually a huge — I think it takes a lot of courage to be yourself, to go out in the world and be honest about who you are. So I think anyone who...
    On the heels of yet another mass shooting, Tucker Carlson identified what he believes to be one contributing factor in young men using firearms on innocent bystanders: women “lecturing” them about “their so-called privilege.” Carlson opened his Tuesday show discussing the shooting at a Fourth of July parade in Highland Park, Illinois, allegedly by 21-year-old Robert “Bobby” Crimo. The Fox News host mentioned how authorities said Crimo had appeared on their radar twice before: in April 2019 after a suicide attempt and a few months later after he threatened to “kill everyone” in his immediate family. After the second incident, police confiscated knives, a dagger, and a sword from his home. No complaint was filed, and no arrest was made. “Look at Robert ‘Bobby’ Crimo,” Carlson said, as a photograph of the suspect appeared on screen. “Would you sell a gun to that guy? Does he seem like a nutcase? Of course he does. So why didn’t anyone raise an alarm? Well, maybe because he didn’t stand out.” “Maybe because there are a lot of young men in America who...
    Tucker Carlson reacted to Monday’s Independence Day shooting in Illinois by suggesting young men are being driven crazy in part by prescription drugs and lectures about their privilege. The Fox News host noted the troubled past of Robert Crimo III, whom police say shot and killed seven people from a rooftop in Highland Park, Illinois. Police had responded to Crimo’s parents’ house on at least two occasions: once after he threatened to kill himself, and another after he threatened to kill members of his family. In the second incident, officers removed several of Crimo’s knives from the home. “Look at Robert ‘Bobby’ Crimo,” said Carlson as a photo of the suspect appeared onscreen. “Would you sell a gun to that guy? Does he seem like a nutcase? Of course he does.” The host then asked, “So, why didn’t anyone raise an alarm?” despite the fact he just mentioned the police visits to his home. “Well, maybe because he didn’t stand out,” Carlson continued. “Maybe because there are a lot of young men in America who suddenly look and act a...
    LIKE many women in their forties, Aisleyne Horgan-Wallace is well aware her “clock is ticking” – and fears she may never become a mum. The model and 2006 Big Brother star, who is 43 and has suffered several miscarriages, thinks it may be too late to conceive naturally. 3Aisleyne Horgan-Wallace is well aware her 'clock is ticking' and fears she may never become a mumCredit: aisleyne1/instagram 3She has suffered several miscarriages and thinks it may be too late to conceive naturallyCredit: BackGrid And now that she is single after recently splitting from her partner, she believes has no choice but to go it alone. She says: “Unfortunately, as women we’ve got a sell-by date on our ovaries, which is a scary thought. “I’m really starting to panic that it’s just not going to happen for me. “I always saw kids as part of my future but I was also very career driven and that kind of took priority. “Men can whip it out and still produce sperm whatever their age, but a woman’s clock is always ticking. “And finding the...
    Sunday on ABC’s “This Week,” House Select Committee member Rep. Jamie Raskin (D-MD) sounded off about the hearings over the riot at the U.S. Capitol on January 6, 2021. Raskin asserted that the hearings were “unifying Republicans, Democrats, independents, libertarians” and “people across the spectrum in a determination that American constitutional democracy has got to work the way we know it has to work.” “People are busy, and so we know a lot of people, especially younger people, will learn about the hearings through snippets that go out on TV or online, and people now are able to process information in different ways,” Raskin outlined. “It’s not like the Watergate hearings where everybody had to be watching at the same moment because of the relatively primitive state of technology then. People are going to be able to absorb this over time, and I’ve certainly met a lot of people who are saying, ‘I missed one of the hearings, but I’m going to watch it this weekend.'” “[T]he reality is that I think these hearings are unifying Republicans, Democrats, independents, libertarians …...
    (CNN)With the Supreme Court deciding there is no longer a federal constitutional right to an abortion, the baby formula shortage and effects of the pandemic on careers and home life, women are carrying the weight of the world. At the same time, online hatred is running rampant and some fear the impact an Elon Musk-run Twitter and his push for free, less-moderated speech could have on women, especially women of color. Life can be mentally exhausting, especially in 2022.Women: What struggles are you facing and what do you want the world to know? Women are always juggling, but this moment seems uniquely hard with new challenges piling up. How are you handling 2022? What do you hope for? Share your thoughts with us and we may follow up for a CNN story.
    DENVER (CBS4)– Knocking doors in 90-degree heat, Heidi Ganahl is leaving it all on the field in her bid to become the Republican nominee for governor. Those who know her, she says, know better than to underestimate her. (credit: CBS) “I’ve been told all my life can’t do things whether building Camp Bow after losing my husband in a plane crash or… surviving a brain tumor just under 2 years ago, I’m always told too big, too hard, can’t do this. I was told that in the regent race in 2016.” Today, Ganahl is the only Republican in Colorado to win a statewide race in six years. As governor, she says she’ll reign in spending and – not just lower taxes – but eliminate the state income tax altogether. It comprises 68% of General Fund revenue a third of the budget. “It’s doable,” Ganahl says of her plan. “Nine other states have gone to zero income tax. I plan to take Colorado there too.” She says she’ll cut fraud, waste, and abuse and attract new business to make up the...
    CHICAGO (WLS) -- It's Hollywood in Chicago! The popular Showtime series 'The Chi,' filmed in Chicago is about to launch Season 5!Roz Varon met up with a couple of the show's key actors to discuss the new season and some behind-the-scenes fun!Roz first met Yolonda Ross last year during Breast Cancer Awareness Month, after her character, Jada, was diagnosed with breast cancer. She had the chance to catch up with her and Rolando Boyce, who plays her ex, Darnell, on the hit show!They have every reason to celebrate season five of The Chi. The hometown show is more popular than ever!Q: How does it feel to be a Chicagoan, doing this show in Chicago, about Chicago?Rolando Boyce: It's incredible! It's a dream come true. I watched it, of course because it was in Chicago, I knew a lot of friends who were actors from Chicago who were gonna be on the show so I wanted to support them as well, and I was watching it and I was like, man, this is a really good show, I need to get...
    Star Miami Dolphins wide receiver Tyreek Hill says he’s receiving death threats following the release of his first podcast episode. Hill launched his first podcast It Needed To Be Said, on June 10. He offered fans an inside look at his trade to the Dolphins from the Kansas City Chiefs, along with sports friendships he’s made a long the way. During the first episode, Hill and co-host — lawyerJulius Collins — began to discuss Miami Dolphins quarterback Tua Tagovailoa. “He’s ‘that’ dude, bro. Like what a lot of people don’t know. Like I’m not like — I’m not just sitting here just — I’m not just sitting here just saying this because he’s my quarterback now!” Hill said. “I’m not trying to get more targets right now. But what I’m trying to say is to it is that deal, bro.” “He has an arm,” remarked Collins. Later into the conversation Collins then asks Hill to compare his former quarterback, Patrick Mahomes with Tagovailoa. “Who got the strongest arm? Tua or Patrick Mahomes?” he asked. “I’m gonna go with 15 as...
    Representative Jamie Raskin (D-MD) said Wednesday on MSNBC’s “All In” that after investigating former President Donald Trump’s actions around the 2020 presidential election, he has “entered so much in Donald Trump’s head” that he can see the former president’s next moves because of Trump’s “real blood thirst for power.” Anchor Chris Hayes said, “It is still surprising to me how the scope and systematic nature of the various attempts, just the thing that you guys showed about the calls to the state legislators, the calls every day, the voice mails, it was not grasping at straws, you know? It wasn’t a temper tantrum. Did you understand how systematic, how broad, how, you know, targeted this entire effort was before entering into this investigation?” Raskin said, “Well, I had an inkling of it because he did leave no stone unturned. And within the creaky, antiquated Electoral College system, there are a lot of nooks and crannies, and opportunities for a bad faith actor like Donald Trump to plant a lot of booby traps. That’s precisely what he did. I had thought...
    One version of Corsicana is a beautiful piece of writing by the playwright Will Arbery—on the page it is a poetic, dense, intriguing pleasure to read. In the program of the play (Playwrights Horizons, to July 10) Arbery—a Pulitzer Play finalist for the magnificent Heroes of the Fourth Turning—says he wrote Corsicana because he has an older sister called Julia who has Down syndrome. He writes in the program that he has always wanted to create a play about what it was like to be her brother. There are a few differences between play and reality; the fictional siblings Christopher (Will Dagger), 33, and Ginny (American Horror Story’s Jamie Brewer), 34, who have just lost their mother, live in Corsicana, Texas, not Dallas; they’re Protestant (not Catholic, like Will and Julia); and they are half-siblings (not full siblings). There are just two of them, whereas the real Will and Julia have six other siblings. It is inevitable perhaps that the play’s great strength—its immediate, intensely personal intimacy—becomes a frustrating flaw. Christopher and Ginny may make absolute sense to...
    CONCERNED John McEnroe wants to visit close pal Boris Becker in jail. Three-time Wimbledon winner Becker was sent down in April for two-and-a-half years for hiding £2.5milllion of assets and loans to avoid paying debts. 2John McEnroe wants to visit friend Boris Becker in prisonCredit: Paul Edwards - The Sun 2Becker was sentenced to two-and-a-half years in prison in AprilCredit: Getty The 54-year-old – who was found guilty of four charges under the Insolvency Act – is at Huntercombe Prison near Henley and could face deportation at the end of his sentence. The UK’s most popular German was a big hit on BBC TV but is not on the screens anymore as he swaps Wimbledon for prison robes. McEnroe, 63, will miss his big mate, saying: “I feel horrible. Boris is a friend of mine, this is just horrible. “I want to see him if I possibly can, if he’s willing to see people or can. Read More On WimbledonTHAT'S RAD ‘Face of Porsche’ Raducanu proudly drives to gym in five-year-old Dacia SanderoGAME, SET MATCH OF THE DAY Raducanu poses for selfie...
    A Florida prosecutor expressed doubts that Ginni Thomas would willingly testify before the House Select Committee because, he said, she faces criminal liability for her role in trying to overturn Donald Trump's election loss. The wife of Supreme Court justice Clarence Thomas exchanged texts about those efforts with former White House chief of staff Mark Meadows and discussed other schemes to swap out lawful electors for Joe Biden with a bogus slate of Trump electors, and she insisted she would happily testify before congressional electors. "I'll believe it when I see it, that she actually shows up, especially without a subpoena," Palm Beach County state attorney Dave Aronberg told MSNBC's "Morning Joe." "She has a lot of criminal liability. I want to know about the conversations with Arizona leaders, I want to know about her conversations with her husband. It is astonishing that you have a Supreme Court justice ruling on matters that his own wife is involved in, that's because the Supreme Court, they make their own rules and interpret their own rules." Host Joe Scarborough interrupted to ask...
    CNN commentator Van Jones praised Florida Governor Ron DeSantis for a wisecrack about Elon Musk and African-American voters, saying DeSantis “learned a lot from Trump.” On Thursday morning’s edition of CNN’s New Day, co-anchors Brianna Keilar and John Berman wound up their panel discussion with Jones by asking him about DeSantis’s response when he was asked about Musk’s expression of possible support in the 2024 election. All were clearly amused by DeSantis’s quip, and Jones praised the “very smart” moment as an example of a lesson learned from potential 2024 DeSantis rival former President Donald Trump: BRIANNA KEILAR: The most interesting rivalry is shaping up on the right when it comes to a potential 2024 race between former President Trump and current governor of Florida, Ron DeSantis. Ron DeSantis just had an interesting moment where billionaire Elon Musk talked about potentially supporting him for president, and this is how DeSantis responded. GOV. DESANTIS: (video clip) Elon Musk. So what I would say, you know, I’m focused on 2022. But with Elon Musk, what I would say is, you know, I welcome support...
    Men who love sex are called 'men being men'. But when a woman has a high libido and wants lots of it, perhaps with a lot of different partners, her branding isn't quite so kind. 'Nympho'. 'Slut'. These words are still bandied about, even if the 'double standard' has relaxed…a little. What's it like being a woman with a very high libido today? Are women who are 'sex mad' still cursed? Or is it finally a case of one rule for all and those who love sex are allowed to indulge judgement free. I asked four women of different stages and ages to answer this question. Here are their stories. Laila, 30, says men pretend they want a woman who constantly wants sex but when they have one, they find it threatening (stock image) Men lie when they say they want a woman loves sex Laila is 30-years-old and currently single. 'Men pretend they want a woman who constantly wants sex but when they have one, they find it threatening. Initially, they're all, 'Wow! You're amazing. I love how much...
    Howard Stern slammed Phil Mickelson and other golfers for 'selling out' to Saudi Arabia's new league LIV and claims the country's leaders are 'pieces of s**t.'  Phil Mickelson, Dustin Johnson, Bryson DeChambeau, Patrick Reed and Kevin Na have all joined the new Saudi golf league and are reportedly making 'millions' off it.  Stern, 68, couldn't shake off the accusations of reported human rights violations by Saudi Arabia - including the alleged execution of journalist Jamal Khashoggi by Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, 36. Salman has denied any involvement in the journalist's death.  Stern claims the 'piece of s**t' Saudis think 'if they have this golf league, everything will be fixed.'  However, the radio show host was largely outraged by the golfers' ability to turn a blind eye to the alleged abuses.  'The Saudis are offering such ridiculous amounts of money for this new golf league that Phil Michelson, who I don't know from a hole in the wall...well they offered him $200million to play in the league...This is crazy,' The America's Got Talent judge said on Monday.   Other players, such as Johnson,...
    Support is on the rise for a 24-year-old Hunterdon County man who has been in a medically-induced coma for over a week following a life-threatening crash. Steven Montero, of Flemington, was airlifted to Robert Wood Johnson Hospital following a serious crash at the intersection near Hunterdon Central Regional High School on Saturday, June 4, according to a GoFundMe launched for his medical expenses. “As many people noticed it was a horrible accident,” reads the campaign, created by Norma Cruz Ruiz. Montero has been in a medically-induced coma after suffering from severe internal bleeding and blood loss, breaking several bones, and brain damage, Ruiz says. “We don’t know when he if he will wake up but when [the] time comes he will need a lot of surgeries…he is fighting for his life,” writes Ruiz. More than $4,500 had been raised for the family by nearly 80 donors as of Tuesday, June 14. The proceeds will be used directly to support the family and the influx of medical bills they will inevitably be faced with. “We all know [there] will be a...
    CNBC’s Jim Cramer sounded the alarm on Monday amid the crash of the cryptocurrency market. On Monday, as of this writing, Bitcoin was at an 18-month low, losing 13.44 percent in the past 24 hours, while Ethereum, BNB, Dogecoin, have lost 15.35 percent, 12.68 percent and 15.65 percent, respectively, according to CoinMarketCap. “Jim, are you concerned that the VIX indicates that people just — there’s not enough fear at this point?” asked CNBC host Joe Kernen during Squawk Box, referring to the CBOE Volatility Index, which shows volatility in the S&P 500. “Well, I think that there should be a lot of fear, realize that the crypto situation is — this is crypto Monday,” replied Cramer. “I think people are just frantically trying to get out of crypto and, I don’t know, it’s happening very quickly. It’s really happening quickly, wow.” CNBC’s Andrew Ross Sorkin asked Cramer, “Does that change your view though, Jim, on crypto, either as a buying opportunity or selling?” “Well, I think a lot of places are trying to figure out whether how exposed they are,...
    Getty Images Gleb Savchenko shares hope to return to DWTS. Ballroom pro Gleb Savchenko has seen his name in the headlines quite a bit as of late but will the negative stories about him cause him to leave “Dancing With the Stars” behind? At the MTV Movie & TV Awards, Savchenko was asked about the latest rumors which suggest he had an affair with his former DWTS partner Jana Kramer. The accusations came from Kramer’s ex-boyfriend, Ian Schinelli. “There’s a lot of acting, there’s a lot of chemistry, natural chemistry and you know, when you dance and you train someone every day, and you’re up close and personal, you develop a certain connection,” Savchenko told Entertainment Tonight. “The viewer sees it. I mean, you want to have that because you want to last in the competition, and my job was to make sure that we go really, really far.” “Have we ever had anything? Absolutely not. Absolutely not. Whatever she might have said it to her boyfriend, maybe she tried to make him jealous, you know. You can...
    President Joe Biden took a few minutes to speak out about the bombshell primetime Jan. 6 hearing before giving a speech addressing inflation in Los Angeles. On Friday, the president gave what was dubbed a speech “on inflation and actions taken to lower prices and address supply chain challenges” at the USS Iowa in the Port of Los Angeles. After opening his remarks with some friendly banter, Bide addressed Thursday night’s hearing, which garnered huge ratings for the networks that aired it. The president lauded the work of the Jan. 6 committee, and said that while he didn’t get a chance to watch the first night, he sees the potential to “unite and defend this nation”: Look, everybody, before I begin, I want to say a few words very briefly about the January 6th hearings that were highlighted last night. The insurrection on January 6th is one of the darkest chapters in our nation’s history. A brutal assault on our democracy. A brutal attack on law enforcement — some losing their lives. And we — and we heard about it...
    (CNN)Valerie Bertinelli says she hasn't gotten on a scale since she wrote her memoir "Enough Already."The actress, writer and Food Network host got emotional talking about weight and body image during her appearance Thursday on "Today with Hoda & Jenna.""I'm looking at the monitor and trying not to judge myself too harshly right now because I know that I'm still holding on to this weight because it's protecting me right now," she said tearfully. "Because I'm going through a lot of challenges, a lot of heartbreak, a lot of crazy stuff going on in my life right now."Bertinelli recently filed for divorce from Tom Vitale, whom she married in 2011, and has been grieving the loss of her former husband, rocker Eddie Van Halen, who died of cancer in 2020. She said it all began in 2016 when her father was dying and things have snowballed since then.Read MoreBut Bertinelli said she knows it will get better."I know this weight is protecting me right now and when I get healthier internally and emotionally that weight will come off," she said....
    George Arias faces Alante Green on Showtime to kick off Hall of Fame weekend in Canastota. On Friday night, the International Boxing Hall of Fame commences their induction weekend, which is always kicked off by a fight card at the Turning Stone Casino in Verona, NY. The co-feature will have undefeated heavyweight prospect George Arias (17-0) going up against Alante Green (10-0-1) from Cleveland, OH. The story of Arias is unique in different ways as he was born in the Dominican Republic but, at the age of seven, made his way to New York City, specifically Queens. Looking back at his life in D.R, Arias doesn’t remember much but does recall having the freedom to move around, which is something that came to a halt living in NY. He eventually moved to the Bronx, and that’s when life changed a little for Arias. “Growing up, I lived on 138th Street and Cypress Avenue, which had a lot of baseball all around. Since there was a lot of violence in the streets, my mom wouldn’t let me go out that much,...
    HADDON TOWNSHIP, N.J. (CBS) — June is Pride Month across the country. On Thursday night, Haddon Township kicked off its celebrations with its second Pride parade. Haddon Township in Camden County threw a party Thursday night and it looks like everybody who heard about it — and then some — showed up. READ MORE: City Councilmember Katherine Gilmore Richardson Introduces Bill To Amend Philadelphia's Minor Curfew LawUsually busy Haddon Avenue, full of mom and pop shops and great restaurants, transformed into a meeting hub for all who celebrate the LGBT community. “Just unbelievable. Unbelievable for our town and just lets everybody know that Haddon Township is an inclusive community,” Randy Teague said. Jim Duffy, who owns Asters Floral Shop, stressed that this parade and celebration was for everyone. “If you notice, it’s a lot of families, it’s children, it’s everything. It’s not just gay people, it’s whole families,” Duffy said. Matt Mattzmijewski, his wife and their two boys are one of the families who came out for the fun. READ MORE: Cheney Says Pennsylvania Rep. Scott Perry, Other Republican Congressmembers...