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    A BIGFOOT hunter has admitted that something might be out there after receiving reports of alleged encounters with the legendary beast. Investigator Les O’Dell, of West Virginia, claimed people have told him that they’ve heard creatures crashing through the bushes. 5Les O'Dell claimed people have told him that they've heard creatures crash through the bushesCredit: WCHS 5West Virginia has a museum that pays homage to the iconic ape-like creature BigfootCredit: WCHS Bigfoot, also known as Sasquatch, is an iconic ape-like creature that is said to live in wilderness areas of North America, but there has never been any independently verified and documented evidence of it existing. O’Dell told WCHS that he has become a proxy-believer after hearing countless tales. He said: “Some of them may be made up, there may be stories they’re just telling you, but when you find stories that have similarities to other stories from different areas, whether it’s across the United States or in Canada or across the world, you tend to believe a little bit more.” O’Dell believes the creatures may be the “master of...
    THERE are nine animals in this optical illusion and the one you spot first can tell you a lot about who you really are. Take a closer look at the image and focus on the first animal you spot as it can reveal a lot about your character. 10The optical illusion can reveal a lot about your personality The trick picture shared by Your Tango can also reveal a lot about how others see you. The image shows a total of nine animals - which one did you see first? The stallion 10The stallion means you are naturally impulsiveCredit: yourtango.com If the first animal you saw was the stallion, it means you are determined to follow your passion in life. You are also able to maintain a balance between your natural impulsiveness and being socially appropriate. See More Optical IllusionsSPACED OUT Insane optical illusion will trip you out - watch for 20sec & see for yourselfFACING FACTS What you see first in this optical illusion will reveal your biggest strengths Those who first noticed the horse usually tend to have...
    KALLIE Branciforte, a teacher turned YouTuber, has debunked Target shopping myths and revealed savvy shopping tricks. As a naturally unorganized person, Katie started the Youtube channel, ButFirstCoffee, to help her stay on budget and get organized as she entered motherhood. 1These tips are just some of the many shopping strategies Kallie has learned about since becoming a motherCredit: YouTube/But First, Coffee Today she lives in Connecticut with her husband, their two kids Miles and Finley, as well as their French bulldog Olive. She has 823,000 subscribers on YouTube. In a clip about Target, she revealed several ways that could help you save a big chunk of change on your next shopping trip. The Sun contacted Target for comment. Read More on TargetAISLE HAVE THAT You've been shopping at Target wrong - know these things to save cashBARGAIN HUNT Target's raincheck policy means you can get the sale price for longer 1. You can return an item without a receipt - true Kallie said shoppers will be able return an item without a receipt. If you purchased the item...
    President Joe Biden's mention of a 'new world order'  in a speech to CEOs sent QAnon believers and other conspiracy theorists on a tear from Monday night into Tuesday.  Biden was warning executives of the need to beef up their cybersecurity over concerns of a possible Russian hack in the near future during a quarterly meeting of Business Roundtable CEOs. Fears are mounting that Moscow could target the West with cyberattacks in retaliation for sending military and humanitarian aid to Ukraine to help it withstand Vladimir Putin's brutal and bloody invasion. The president said the world was at an 'inflection point' amid Putin's attack, signaling a shift he said 'occurs every three or four generations.'  'As one of the top military people said to me in a secure meeting the other day, 60 -- 60 million people died between 1900 and 1946. And since then, we’ve established a liberal world order, and that hadn’t happened in a long while,' Biden said. 'And now is a time when things are shifting. We’re going to -- there’s going to be a new...
    (CNN)Netflix has a delicious new true crime treat for devotees of that genre."Bad Vegan: Fame. Fraud. Fugitives" is a four-part documentary series that looks to be the next Netflix project that will have people talking and memes galore.Here's what you need to know: Who is Sarma Melngailis?The storyline is built around Meingallis, who Netflix describes as "the celebrity restaurateur behind the glittering New York hotspot Pure Food and Wine." Meingallis "went from being the queen of vegan cuisine to being known as the 'Vegan Fugitive.'"Read MoreWhat is she alleged to have done? Melngallis is alleged to have stolen from her employees to finance the lifestyle of her then husband, Anthony Strangis.According to an article in Vanity Fair, she "transferred more than $1.6 million from her business accounts to her personal bank account, and Strangis spent $1.2 million of this money at Connecticut casinos." How did it happen?Strangis reportedly convinced his wife that if she continued to give him money, all of her wishes would come true, including making her beloved dog immortal.Unable to pay her employees, the couple eventually went...
    THERE are plenty of factors to consider when picking out a name for your baby; how it sounds with your last name, the other people who share the name, any rhyming words that make it ripe for bullying. Some people are also keen to pick out a moniker with a nice meaning, so it may surprise you to know that some of the most popular names have less than flattering backstories. 1Would you check the meaning of a name before picking it for your baby?Credit: Alamy According to Nameberry.com, names like Courtney and Simon may be popular but actually don't have a great meaning behind them. It could be that some parents just don't care about the characteristics attributed with the name or that some don't realise they exist before making a choice. For example, did you know that, far from being the pretty, girlie name we associate it with - Courtney actually means "short nose". FABULOUS BINGO: GET A £5 FREE BONUS WITH NO DEPOSIT REQUIRED And popular boy's name Simon really means "flat-nosed" while Cameron means "crooked...
    Alan Williams’ NFL roots are with the 2001 Tampa Bay Buccaneers and one of the great influences on coach Matt Eberflus has been Rod Marinelli, whose career also began in the Tampa-2. So it’s fair to assume the Chicago Bears will be returning to a version of what they had success with during the Lovie Smith era. But Williams, the new defensive coordinator, made it clear he wants to mesh what he’s doing schematically and from a play-calling sense with the skills of his personnel. Actions will say more than words when it comes to that, but Williams in an introductory video conference call Thursday morning did not come across as a coach that is going to be rigid in his ways. What is nonnegotiable is relentless hustle that Williams believes will lead to takeaways for a defense that hasn’t gotten enough the last three seasons. From there? “The true stamp is going to be to allow the players to do what they do well,” he said. “I may come in here and say I love...
    A difficult new 20-question quiz has been designed to put players' general knowledge to the test. The challenge was shared on US-based trivia platform Quizly and covers topics ranging from culture, science to politics. Many people have left comments admitting they've failed to achieve a perfect score on the wide-ranging test, with questoins such as indentifying the language that's not Indo-European among Latvian, Greek, Hungarian and Romanian.  You'll also be challenged with naming what kind of growth sprouts from the quercus robur seed - a vegetable, grain, flower or tree.    So, how many can you answer? Scroll down to take the test then check your answers at the bottom.  A tricky new quiz has been designed to put players' general knowledge to the test (file image) RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Woman, 19, whose lips painfully ballooned to three times... Teenager, 17, who simply 'liked' some sad quotes on... Share this article Share 1. False  True   2. Secure Solid Subscriber Single  3. Latvian Greek...
    CITY of Lies is a 2018 American crime film directed by Brad Furman and written by Christian Contreras The film, which was delayed two years in release, has recently hit screens. 5Johnny Depp in City of LiesCredit: Good Films Collective What is City of Lies about? City of Lies is a 2018 American crime film directed by Brad Furman and written by Christian Contreras. It's based on Based on Randall Sullivan’s 2002 book “LAbyrinth: A Detective Investigates the Murders of Tupac Shakur and Notorious B.I.G., the Implication of Death Row Records’ Suge Knight, and the Origins of the Los Angeles Police Scandal,” Johnny Depp plays Russell Poole, a retired LAPD detective who teams up with  Forest Whitaker as journalist Jack Jackson. Rockmond Dunbar and Neil Brown Jr also star in the film. 5City of Lies explores Tupac and Biggie's deathCredit: Good Films Collective The film, set in 1997, tells the story of detective Poole working the homicide investigations of rappers Tupac Shakur and The Notorious B.I.G.  Jackson, a reporter, teams up with Poole after nearly two decades to uncover the truth as to what happened to the...
    By Michael Hurley, CBS Boston BOSTON (CBS) — You hear it all the time in sports — if only it hadn’t been for this, things would be different. It’s often a loser’s lament. It was, essentially, the story surrounding the 2021 Patriots through six weeks. If only Damien Harris didn’t fumble vs. Miami. If only Nick Folk’s field goal vs. Tampa went six inches to the right. If only they had gone for it on fourth down vs. Dallas or defended better on third-and-25 or if Mac didn’t throw that pick-six. If only Trent Brown was healthy. If only this, that, or the other thing, the Patriots could be 5-1. There was some truth to that line of thinking, obviously, but still, as we all know, you are what your record says you are. And reality showed that the Patriots did fumble, the defense did break down, the execution and play-calling was a little off. And so they were 2-4. What’s happened since has made them the rare case of a team actually proving those alternate-reality what-if scenarios to have been prophetic. They’ve won six straight games, turning...
    I’ve been writing books for more than 20 years and – rather horrifyingly – some of what I’ve written in the first few is no longer true. And possibly never was. Sex research is big business these days. Which means researchers now have the time and money to go back and trace where the original ‘evidence’ to support these claims came from. In an alarming number of cases, there isn’t any. A lot of the things we thought we knew about sex have no proof to back them up. We assume it’s fact simply because we’ve seen or heard it said so many times. Here’s the latest sex myths to bite the dust. Tracey Cox debunks six myths, as it's revealed a lot of the things we thought we knew about sex have no proof to back them up (file image) No-one actually knows what the average penis size is Yep. The statistic that’s always trotted out - ‘the average erect penis is five inches long’ - is nothing more than a guess. And not even a terribly good one. There is...
    If you've found yourself hooked on the latest gorey Netflix hit Squid Game, or you're an avid fan of the current raft of true crime podcasts and documentaries, it could mean you have a high level of 'morbid curiosity'.  Morbid curiosity refers to a 'motivation to learn about threatening situations', either through witnessing them, or as a simulation, such as a book, film, or podcast.  Now Coltan Scrivner, a researcher at The University of Chicago in the Department of Comparative Human Development and a Fellow at the Institute for Mind and Biology, has devised a quiz to reveal your level of morbid curiosity.  Questions include whether you'd be interested in attending a public execution, watching a head transplant or learning more about the minds of serial killers.  While an interest in grisly topics might seem prurient, Coltan told Femail that it could actually prove to be a positive way to manage fear, saying: 'Horror can serve as a sort of surrogate for your anxiety. 'It pulls you into the story and attaches your anxiety to the threat in the story -...
    In recent weeks Virus personality testing Has received many followers Facebook And other social networks shared by thousands of people. It’s up to you Psychological tests They can show us details we do not know, by answering a question or by choosing a picture that does not make much sense, but will go directly to your subconscious mind, so pay more attention. So, in this Virus personality testing We will show you a picture where you can see three different pictures of a couple. You just have to be more discriminating with the help you render toward other people. The person you choose will reveal what your true essence is in a relationship. At your discretion at this time Today’s virus test, You can know the meaning of each element and what it means in your life. Remember that you have to be honest and respond honestly. In this way, the results of the psychological test are not subject to change. Viral test image Full picture of the virus personality test. | Photo: genial.guru Viral test results Figure 1 If...
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    Every so often, “sanctuaries” are very much in the news. We keep reading and hearing about them being forced to close down due to so many reasons – passage of tighter regulations (as in Ohio), financial shortfalls, escapes or injuries by their captive animals, failure to meet minimal U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) standards, and so on. But, did these places ever deserve to be called “sanctuaries” in the first place? The Difference Between a True Sanctuary and a False Establishment When substandard facilities use this word, it takes away from true sanctuaries that strive to provide the best for their animals, as we do here at The Wildcat Sanctuary. The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service defines a “sanctuary” as a tax-exempt, non-profit entity that doesn’t engage in commercial trade in big cat species, including their offspring, parts, and products made from them.  Breeding big cats and allowing direct contact with them is prohibited. Minnesota, where The Wildcat Sanctuary is located, legally defines a “wildlife sanctuary” in similar terms, adding that a sanctuary provides lifetime care for the animals. Accreditation...
    So, you know what I love more than world peace, red wine, and light bondage? A poll on American distrust in the media. It's like injecting adorable puppies into my waiting veins! And lo and behold, we got one! It's true - a new Gallup poll shows that more than 75 percent of the public has very little confidence in legacy media like newspapers and TV news. So first, it's kinda interesting that people still use newspapers to get their news!  I guess it's a good way to start the day before they spend the next twelve hours churning their own butter. But only 21 percent of respondents said they had a great deal of confidence in newspapers. Which they get from reading Cathy. It was worst for TV news, at 16 percent. Which was only slightly less hated than Congress - at 12 percent. But that's like being told you're only slightly more popular than chlamydia. This, just after a Reuters survey showed the U.S. media ranked last among 46 countries when it comes to public trust. We even...
    VIRGIN River's boss has cleared the air a little bit on the massive twist at the end of season three. Series three of the Netflix series ended on a cliffhanger when Melinda Monroe (Alexandra Breckenridge) revealed she's pregnant - but does not know who the father is. 4Virgin River's third season ended on a major cliffhanger as Jack lay shot (Martin Henderson)  in his barCredit: Netflix Her baby daddy could be her late husband Mark (Daniel Gillies) or new beau Jack Sheridan (Martin Henderson) who had just proposed to her. Virgin River's showrunner Sue Tenney promised viewers would definitely find out the paternity of Mel's baby in the upcoming season. "You'll find out by the end of the fourth season," Tenney told TV Line. Tenney also opened up about the fate of some of the other major characters. The finale showed Charmaine (Lauren Hammersley) trying to get full custody of the twins from Jack. Tenney hinted fans should expect a lot of courtroom action in the show's fourth season. "I have sympathy for Charmaine," Tenney explained. "I don't condone...
    NETFLIX'S Sex/life has certainly got the summer off to a sizzling start. The erotic drama has been thrilling fans with its tale of a woman lusting after a past lover, with some viewers wondering if it was a true story or not. The best series on Netflix The best movies on Netflix New on Netflix: What to watch this week   4Netflix viewers have been loving erotic drama Sex/LifeCredit: AMANDA MATLOVICH/NETFLIX What happens at the end of Sex/Life? WARNING: Contains spoilers from the ending of Sex/Life season 1 Over the course of eight episodes, audiences watched Billie fantasise about her ex lover Brad, while also trying reignite the flame with her husband Cooper. As Brad started appearing again in her life, Cooper tried to hang onto his wife, and towards the end of the final episode it looked like the two were going to live happily ever after. It looked very much like Billie had made her final choice - to stay with her husband Cooper and her family in her comfortable suburban world. 4Will Billie go back to...
    KHLOE Kardashian was “blindsided” by recent allegations her boyfriend, Tristan Thompson, “cheated on her AGAIN” with model Sydney Chase, a source exclusively told The Sun.  Yesterday, the 23-year-old shocked fans as she gave intimate details about allegedly hooking up with the NBA star “multiple times” over several months earlier this year.  ???? Follow our Keeping Up With The Kardashians live blog for full details of what to expect from the last ever season... 13Khloe Kardashian was 'blindsided' by recent allegations Tristan Thompson cheated AGAINCredit: E! Networks 13The NBA star has allegedly cheated on Khloe 'multiple times' in the pastCredit: E! Networks 13Model Sydney Chase claimed she 'hooked up' with Tristan 'multiple times'Credit: Instagram/Sydney Chase Sydney then claimed in a TikTok video on Tuesday that Tristan, 30, last contacted her as recently as two weeks ago - one day after his daughter True’s third birthday party.  Despite receiving word the interview was going to go public earlier this month, Tristan “did not tell Khloe” about the matter, an insider told The Sun.  The source claimed: "Tristan contacted Sydney about two weeks...
    MONEY Heist has had fans hooked since it first dropped on Netflix in 2017. The show is now back for a fifth season, but viewers are often wondering if the crime drama is based on a true story. The best series on Netflix The best movies on Netflix New on Netflix: What to watch this week   3Fans want to known if Netflix's Money Heist is a true storyCredit: Netflix Is Money Heist based on a true story? Money Heist follows a gang of expert robbers who plan to rob the Royal Mint of Spain in an ambitious 11 day heist. However the tale is a fictional story created by Alex Pina. But, some elements from the Netflix thriller have been taken from real life. For example the masks worn by the robbers are a direct reference to Spanish surrealist artist Salvador Dalí and his iconic moustache. 3The robbers distinctive disguise is based on a real personCredit: Netflix According to the Express, he may have been chosen due to his rejection of societal norms in his work in...
    KHLOE Kardashian is following in the footsteps of her older sisters, Kourtney and Kim, when it comes to growing a family. Despite an on-off relationship with NBA player Tristan Thompson, Khloe seems determined to grow her own brood. Here's the lowdown on her family... 4Khloe Kardashian has one child with Tristan ThompsonCredit: Refer to Caption How many kids does Khloe Kardashian have? Khloe Kardashian has one child. Khloé first announced she was pregnant in December of 2017. After a relatively private pregnancy, Khloe's daughter True was born on April 12, 2018 - amid rumors of Khloe's baby daddy Tristan cheating. Her mum Kris and sisters Kim and Kourtney were by her side in a hospital just outside of Cleveland. Khloe "conceived naturally" - after previously undergoing fertility treatments with ex-husband Lamar Odom. 4True's dad is NBA player Tristan ThompsonCredit: instagram.com/khloekardashian What are the names of Khloe Kardashian's kids? On her Instagram, Khloe wrote: "Our little girl, True Thompson, has completely stolen our hearts and we are overwhelmed with LOVE. "Such a blessing to welcome this angel into the...
    CHERRY Healey does not thank her lucky stars for landing her a dream job and the perfect man. Instead she thanks her special to-do lists. Cherry, presenter of 10 Years Younger In 10 Days on Channel 5, believes your aspirations can become actuality if you put pen to paper and “manifest” them.  5Cherry’s lists have helped her ‘manifest’ her ideal lifeCredit: The Sun / Fabulous Manifesting, turning thoughts into their physical form, was popularised by self-help book The Secret in 2006 but has recently gained huge traction on social media. Cherry, 40, who is mum to Coco, 11, and Edward, eight, says: “I’m no guru but I’ve managed to manifest some bonkers stuff, including my job and the specific man I wanted. “It started when I was 23 and I got a job organising events for this business company — I hated it, it was not for me at all, I love to be surrounded by people. “During an appraisal with my boss, he noticed my notepad full of lists and told me I was doing it wrong. 5Cherry Healey...
    PEAKY Blinders has won legions of fans across the globe for their dangerous charm. The gang of Brummies which the show centres around were, in fact, a real criminal gang. But what does 'Peaky Blinders' mean? Find out below... 2 The cast of the TV show Peaky Blinders - based on real Birmingham gangsCredit: handout What does Peaky Blinders mean? Peaky Blinders is the name of the Birmingham-based gang. Their name is said to have come from a practice in which gang members would stitch razor blades into the peak of their flat caps. In fights, they could then simply use their hats to slash the faces, eyes and foreheads of their enemies. We see the gang do this frequently in the TV series' fight scenes. Were the Peaky Blinders real? In short - yes. They were a criminal gang based in Birmingham in the late 19th century. They were one of many urban youth gangs in the era. It is much debated as to whether the Peaky Blinders were a single gang or a term that referred to a...
    A comic strip about the Pfizer / BioNTech vaccine against Covid-19 has managed to go viral and sow some doubts about its effectiveness and usefulness, although at the same time it contains exact statements such as that people who have received the immunization doses have to continue using a mask for the duration of the pandemic. Its content has been analyzed within the framework of the project # VACÚNAte que Damn.es and the Servimedia news agency develop against misinformation about Covid-19 vaccines with the support of Google Digital News Innovation. The cartoon represents a health care provider applying the vaccine to a patient while he asks her various questions: “Am I immune now?”, “Do I have to keep wearing a mask?”, “Do you know what you are injecting me with?” The problem is that some of the answers that are attributed to the sanitary in the comic strip are false or inaccurate. The cartoon about the coronavirus vaccine.AEGH For example, the health company assures the vaccinated that “you can still get it”, but does not specify until when. According to...
    Evan Peters on episode five of "WandaVision." Disney Plus/Marvel Studios Warning: There are major spoilers ahead for the "WandaVision" finale.  The episode finally revealed the true identity of Evan Peters' fake Pietro. He's a Westview resident named Ralph Bohner, who was previously mentioned but never seen. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. "WandaVision" finally revealed what's going on with Evan Peters' Pietro, and the answer is a major letdown. Fans had been curious about fake Pietro — Fietro, as Agatha Harkness called him — since his arrival at the end of episode five. Many were hoping that Peters' character was the same Quicksilver that the actor portrayed in the "X-Men" films. They also theorized that he could be the comic book villains Mephisto or Nightmare.  Evan Peters on "WandaVision." Marvel Studios But on the latest episode, it was revealed that this Pietro is actually the mysterious Ralph who Agatha had been referring to as her husband all season long. Ralph was never seen on the show, only ever mentioned by Agatha.  His full name is...
    March 1 marks the beginning of Women's History Month, which takes on extra significance in 2021 because many of the centennial celebrations in 2020 to mark women's suffrage were curtailed or canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic.Inequalities women face were laid bare by the coronavirus -- from pay disparities, where statistics show women still make only 77 cents for every dollar earned by men, to domestic threats, as one in every three women will face gender violence in her lifetime.The fight to protect and support women continues, but also, all March, we are taking time to celebrate women and to reflect on our past and examine the path forward."I think it really is about that history does not operate in a straight line, and that it's about persistence," said Jen Gaboury, lecturer with the Hunter College Department of Women and Gender Studies. "Understanding that women are leaders, but also that women have always been leaders."Leaders, pioneers, homemakers, trailblazers -- women were essential to the founding of this nation and are essential on the path forward into its future.Yet Women's History...
    BEHIND Her Eyes is a new Netflix series based on the best-selling novel by Sarah Punborough. But what is it about and does the show differ from the book? Here's all you need to know about the streaming service’s latest psychological thriller... 3Behind Her Eyes is a new Netflix series based on the best-selling novel by Sarah Punborough. What is Behind Her Eyes about? Behind Her Eyes is a psychological thriller centering around adultery but also touching on addiction, lies, and trauma. Both the book and the Netflix TV series follow Louise, a single mother who works in a psychiatrist's office. She starts having an affair with her new boss, David but without him knowing she strikes up a friendship with David's wife. Lucid dreaming plays a big role in the storyline, where the characters become aware that they are dreaming. The storyline fuses many genres with as it unfolds as a mystery with elements of a thriller. 3Both the book and the TV series follow Louise, a single mother who works in a psychiatrist's officeCredit: Netflix 3Bono's daughter Eve Hewson...
    The history of GameStop, Reddit and Robinhood is far from over. And not just because of the flurry of films on the subject that are in development. As we anticipated, the CEOs of Reddit and Robinhood are called to testify at the public hearing of the United States Congress to clarify some issues of the case. The CEO of Robinhood, Vlad Tenev, wanted to share some details of what will be his statement before the US legislators. In addition to, logically, share your point of view of the facts with some very interesting questions. Tenev wanted to clear up any doubts about possible Robinhood malpractice in the GameStop case. The manager insists thatthe signature blocked purchase orders to meet “regulatory deposit requirements” defined by the Securities and Exchange Commission. The regulatory requirements to which they refer are, basically, the capital needs that brokers must deposit as collateral before the Clearing House (National Securities Clearing Corporation). A deposit or guarantee while the shares are delivered to the buyer and the funds are delivered to the seller. Something that is not really...
    Dr. Oz speaks to the daughter of Lou Smit, the detective on JonBenét’s case, and others, who disclose never-revealed details about the crime scene and the new list of possible suspects.  Finally, Dr. Oz gives viewers a detailed look at the scene of the crime with a tiny replica of the Ramsey’s 6,700 square foot Tudor home.     Watch THE DR. OZ SHOW, weekdays at 3 p.m. on CBS 62. Related
    This was medically reviewed by David A. Merrill, MD, PhD, psychiatrist and director of the Pacific Neuroscience Institute's Pacific Brain Health Center at Providence Saint John's Health Center. Medically Reviewed Reviewed By Check Mark Icon A check mark. It indicates that the relevant content has been reviewed and verified by an expert Our stories are reviewed by medical professionals to ensure you get the most accurate and useful information about your health and wellness. For more information, visit our medical review board. There is no such thing as an addictive personality but addiction is real. fizkes/ Getty Images Although the term addictive personality is a myth, addiction is a real disease.  People can become addicted to a variety of behaviors and substances. Risk factors for addiction include genetics, environment, trauma, and depression. Visit Insider's Health Reference library for more advice. Mental health researchers have long wondered why some people can use substances or engage in risky behaviors occasionally without seeking them out constantly, while others seem to form a swift and potentially destructive habit. A search for the...
    MALCOLM and Marie is a black-and-white film starring John David Washington and Zendaya. The film was the first Hollywood feature to be written, financed, and produced during the coronavirus pandemic, with secret filming taking place in the summer of 2020. 4Film director Malcolm Elliott is played by Washington and his girlfriend Marie Jones is played by ZendayaCredit: AP:Associated Press What is Malcolm and Marie about? The film tells the story of a director and his girlfriend whose relationship is tested on the night of his latest film's premiere. It explores what it's like to be in a relationship and highlights both the highs and lows of being in love. Washington, 36, stars as film director Malcolm Elliott and Zendaya, 24, plays his girlfriend Marie Jones. The couple return home from his film premiere and the strength of their relationship is put to the test in a near-two-hour argument as they discuss the film, the industry, their lives, and society. 4The film was written and directed by Euphoria creator Sam LevinsonCredit: AP:Associated Press The relationship drama was written and directed by Euphoria creator Sam...
    A teenager who claims to have died and come back to life has explained what death is like in a series of candid TikTok videos, saying there is a tunnel of white light.  Liliana, who is known as @swagdaddy694200 on the platform, explained that her brain and heart briefly stopped working after she smoked marijuana for the first time and had a severe allergic reaction to THC.  'Okay, so I've died before,' the teen from Arizona admitted in her first video on the topic, which has been viewed more than 5.2 million times. 'Let me just tell you what's true and not true.' Mystery: Liliana, who is known as @swagdaddy694200 on TikTok, opened up about what death is like in a viral TikTok video that has been viewed more than 5.2 million times  In the clip, she shared her experience while reacting to another TikTok user's video about what it feels like to die.  'You lose desires, but you still be thinking a little bit,' she explained.  Liliana said her sight was the first thing to go followed...
    Fox News White House correspondent Kristin Fisher reacted to Rudy Giuliani’s press conference alleging fraud in the 2020 election results on Thursday’s broadcast of “The Daily Briefing.” Fisher said, “Well, that was certainly a colorful news conference, but it was light on facts. So much of what he said was simply not true or has already been thrown out in court. He opened by making this really bold and baseless claim that a lot of this alleged inside voter fraud he is referring to all came from one centralized place. He called it a nationwide conspiracy, and yet he failed to provide any hard evidence to back up that one specific claim, especially when it cuts to the core of the democratic process.” She continued, “In Pennsylvania, Rudy Giuliani claimed fraud in Philadelphia, but he said in court, and I quote, ‘This is not a fraud case.’ So what he is saying in public — not under oath — is different from what he said in court. Moving on to Michigan, where the Trump campaign dropped final federal lawsuit just this morning after two Republican canvassers in Wayne...
    After managing to maintain a dignified s­ilence for the previous three series, the courtiers at the royal palaces have now got involved in disputing the veracity of the fourth series of The Crown, with sources briefing journalists that the show is “trolling with a Hollywood budget.” Indeed, one can’t help feeling that if the producers were dealing with a more litigious family than the famously courtroom-averse Windsors, they might have slapped a loosely-based-on-a-true-story disclaimer on it along the lines of what writer and visionary-in-chief Peter Morgan has said in interviews: “Sometimes you have to forsake accuracy, but you must never forsake truth.” The fourth season of The Crown certainly rings true, particularly in the vile treatment of Princess Diana by the royal system, but, for the royal nerds among us, what about accuracy? Did certain things happen? And if they didn’t, do they count as acceptable dramatic license, conveying a more fundamental truth about the situation or characters in question? Episode 1: Gold Stick The Queen loves horses The first episode of the fourth season opens with an arresting...
    CNBC’s Shepard Smith cut off President Donald Trump’s White House briefing to deliver an utterly scathing rebuke. Just before the top of the 7 p.m. ET hour Thursday, Smith broke in while the president was still delivering frantic remarks from the White House podium in which he falsely claimed Democrats are stealing the election, and made a series of wild, untrue claims. “We’re interrupting this because what the President of the United States is saying, in large part, is absolutely untrue,” Smith said. “And we’re not going to allow it to keep going. Because it’s not true.” One by one, Smith knocked down Trump claims, including, to name just a few; his accusations that pollsters intentionally skewed their numbers to suppress turnout, his boasting that there was a “red wave,” and his nebulous talk of “corruption.” “None of that is true,” Smith said, after spending five minutes systematically dismantling Trump’s claims. “Not one word.” Later in the broadcast, during an interview with Larry Sabato — director of the University of Virginia Center for Politics — Smith talked about...
    Today, updates in the case of “Doomsday” cult mom Lori Vallow, who sits in prison facing charges related to claims she hid her children’s bodies and refused to tell authorities what happened. Dr. Oz and news director Nate Eaton discuss what information suggests that Lori Vallow was involved with the death of her children.   Watch THE DR. OZ SHOW, weekdays at 3 p.m. on CBS 62. Related
    Chris Hedges September 23, 2020 11:00AM (UTC) This article originally appeared at Scheerpost. Used by permission. Two of the rebels I admire most, Julian Assange, the WikiLeaks publisher, and Roger Hallam, the co-founder of Extinction Rebellion, are in jail in Britain. That should not be surprising. You can measure the effectiveness of resistance by the fury of the response. Julian courageously exposed the lies, deceit, war crimes and corruption of the ruling imperial elites. Roger has helped organized the largest acts of mass civil disobedience in British history, shutting down parts of London for weeks, in a bid to wrest power from a ruling class that has done nothing, and will do nothing, to halt the climate emergency and our death march to mass extinction. The governing elites, when truly threatened, turn the rule of law into farce. Dissent becomes treason. They use the state mechanisms of control — intelligence agencies, police, courts, black propaganda and a compliant press that acts as their echo chamber, along with the jails and prisons — not only to marginalize and isolate rebels, but to psychologically...
    PHILADELPHIA -- ABC News fact checked the claims made by President Donald Trump in a televised town hall on ABC Tuesday night.President Donald Trump to face uncommitted voters in ABC News town hall event in PhiladelphiaTHE ECONOMY AND TAXESWall Street does not represent Main StreetTRUMP'S CLAIM: Trump touted the success of the stock market, which has rallied after early coronavirus losses in March, as proof that Americans are "doing better than they were doing before the pandemic came."FACT CHECK: Trump's claim wrongly suggests Wall Street is a strong indicator of how well Main Street is doing."Look, we're having a tremendous thing in the stock market, and that's good for everybody," Trump said during the town hall."Stocks are owned by everybody," he said. "I mean, you know, they talk about the stock market is so good. That's 401(k)s."Trump claimed the benefits of the stock market directly benefit everyone, when in fact the vast majority of stocks are owned by the rich. The wealthiest top 10% of American households own over 80% of stocks, according to the National Bureau of Economic Research,...
    WASHINGTON (AP) — Michelle Obama assailed President Donald Trump on Monday for ripping migrant children from their parents and throwing them into cages, picking up on a frequent and distorted point made widely by Democrats. She’s right that Trump’s now-suspended policy at the U.S.-Mexico border separated thousands of children from their families in ways that had not been done before. But what she did not say is that the very same “cages” were built and used in her husband’s administration, for the same purpose of holding migrant kids temporarily. A look at her remark in the keynote address at the opening night of the remote Democratic National Convention: MICHELLE OBAMA, on Americans: “They watch in horror as children are torn from their families and thrown into cages.” THE FACTS: The reference to cages is misleading and a matter that Democrats have persistently distorted. Trump used facilities that were built during the Obama-Biden administration to house children at the border. They are chain-link enclosures inside border facilities where migrants were temporarily housed, separated by sex and age. At the height of...
              Live from Music Row Monday morning on The Tennessee Star Report with Michael Patrick Leahy – broadcast on Nashville’s Talk Radio 98.3 and 1510 WLAC weekdays from 5:00 a.m. to 8:00 a.m. –  host Leahy welcomed the original all-star panelist Crom Carmichael to the studio. At the end of the third hour, Carmichael discusses the importance of innovation in America by giving several examples of American innovators. He discerned between what makes the winners and losers and reasons why it is important. Leahy: We are talking about Joe Biden’s desire to get rid of shareholder capitalism, Crom. Carmichael: This is how dangerous that is and what an absolutely just terrible and stupid bimbo-ish idea. And truly it is because what Joe Biden is admitting is that he doesn’t have a clue about the process of innovation. Now, one of the great investors in my lifetime is Warren Buffet. Warren Buffet started investing in the 50s and he had a stellar track record. I mean an incredible track record for the next 50 years. But since 2008 Berkshire...
    Vocal Dallas Mavericks owner and “Shark Tank” star Mark Cuban carves out some quarantine time to chat with Post columnist Steve Serby about everything from the NBA’s restart to the social movement against racism to the talent of former Knick Kristaps Porzingis. Q: What are your main safety concerns about the Orlando bubble, and are positive tests inevitable? A: I don’t have specific concerns. I think the NBA and Disney are working with our doctors and scientists to do everything possible to keep (participants) safe. In fact, given the rise in cases in states, I have every reason to believe the setup we have in Orlando will be safer for our players and travel parties than staying in their respective cities. Q: What makes you optimistic that a champion will be crowned? A: I have no reason to believe there won’t be a champion crowned. Again, I think the environment we create will be safer inside the bubble than outside of it. Q: What will it be like with no fans in the arena? A: It will be different for...
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