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    What was a detail became a story for Florida resident Amanda Ramirez. In fact, as reported by the American media NPRWhile the package of Velveeta Shells & Cheese Macaroni accurately stated “Ready in 30 Minutes,” the American noticed that he couldn’t cook his meal in the allotted time. It would have undergone several tests before being carried. And the anger that was bubbling up inside her finally got the better of her. A loyal customer of the brand, the disappointed consumer decided to sue Kraft Heinz for false advertising. $5 million in damages She confirms that: “As the label says, the product cannot be ready in just 210 seconds after removing the lid and bag of cheese, adding water, stirring, and microwaving for 3 minutes and 30 seconds.”. “I can hear that many may think this is not a serious matter. But this case is more important than it seems. We want businesses on our continent to be honest and fair in promoting their products”Will Wright, one of Florida’s attorneys, explained. The amount sought is also significant as the action,...
    Drinking two litres of water a day is supposed to cleanse your body, give you energy and help with fatigue. But there are fresh warnings today that staying too hydrated could have critical consequences.  Almost 50 years after he passed away, doctors have now claimed that Kung fu expert Bruce Lee's mysterious death could have been caused by drinking too much water. The martial arts supremo-cum-Hollywood star died aged 32 in the summer of 1973 while in Hong Kong. An autopsy at the time showed Bruce had died from brain swelling, which doctors blamed on him taking painkillers. Almost 50 years after he passed away, doctors have now claimed that Kung fu expert Bruce Lee's mysterious death could have been caused by drinking too much water Several other theories — such as assassination and heatstroke — had been suggested as his cause of death. But researchers now say his excessive fluid intake may have caused him to develop hyponatraemia.  Also known as water intoxication, hyponatraemia develops as a result of there being too much water in the body — which...
    TEEN Mom fans have slammed Jenelle Evans for taking her kids to a concert that seemed "too mature' for their tender age.  5Jenelle Evans pictured with her three childrenCredit: Social Media - Refer to Source 5Jenelle Evans wanted to take 'the whole family' to a Tyler Childers concertCredit: Instagram Jenelle, 30, ranted about ticket prices in an Instagram Story. At first, the Teen Mom 2 alum seemed excited about taking "the whole family" to see country/folk singer Tyler Childers. Jenelle was trying to buy tickets for her husband David Eason, 34, five-year-old daughter, Ensley, and sons Jace, 13, and Kaiser, eight.  She shares Kaiser with her baby daddy, Nathan Griffith, 34, and shares her son Jace, 13, with her ex Andrew Lewis. In the Story, the former MTV star shared a screenshot of the concert stage and pointed out that the prices of the seats racked up to $300.  More Teen MomIS SHE KID-DING? Teen Mom fans slam Jenelle's parenting as she buys Ensley a dangerous gift'LEARNED BEHAVIOR' Teen Mom fans rip Jenelle Evans' after star shares clip of daughter Jenelle captioned the post: "This seems a...
    PEOPLE were furious with a man after his "funny" prank on his wife went too far when she ended up on the floor crying. In the short clip the amateur comedian put a condom in his worn trousers and left them in the pile to be washed. 3A man planned a 'funny' prank on his wife but it completely backfiredCredit: tiktok.com/@thecrazyfamilynoo 3He planted a condom in his trousers as a jokeCredit: tiktok.com/@thecrazyfamilynoo 3On finding the contraceptive she broke down in tearsCredit: tiktok.com/@thecrazyfamilynoo He then recorded his wife's reaction when she went through the pockets to clean them and found the contraceptive. In the short TikTok video, he said: "I put a condom in my pants and put it in the washroom." The video then shows him leaving his dirty trousers by the washing machine - complete with condom stowed away in the pocket. He then positioned the camera in the corner of the room to enjoy the fruits of his trick. But rather than getting annoyed and producing some "hilarious" content for his social media, the woman just cried....
    Federal Reserve policymakers think that unemployment will likely have to rise before inflation comes down, notes from last month's two-day meeting showed on Wednesday. The minutes of the Sept. 20-21 meeting showed many Fed officials 'emphasized the cost of taking too little action to bring down inflation likely outweighed the cost of taking too much action.' Fed officials believe a 'softening in the labor market would be needed to ease upward pressures on wages and prices' and that the shift 'would be accompanied by an increase in the unemployment rate,' the meeting notes say.  The minutes indicated that Fed officials remain committed to further tightening policy as needed to bring down rampant inflation, which stood at 8.3 percent in August. The Fed is attempting to control soaring consumer prices by cooling down the economy with higher interest rates, which raise the cost of borrowing for families and businesses. But on the flip side, raising interest rates runs the risk of spurring layoffs and raising the unemployment rate, which at the moment remains near historic lows at 3.5 percent amid a...
    A BOSS has come under fire for allegedly installing cameras in toilets to monitor breaks. The tech company in southeastern China has denied it installed CCTV in the bathrooms to monitor phone use and smoking during loo breaks. 4Leaked CCTV images show employees using their phones on the toilets 4The company reportedly used the images to warn other employees 4The photos sparked serious privacy concerns But three photographs of employees hiding in toilet cubicles having a break were leaked online, Red Star News reports. The three men were snapped sitting on a toilet while smoking and using their phones. The company reportedly used the images to warn other employees about violating company policies, according to a leaked internal file. But the photos sparked serious privacy concerns, with many saying it was another example of "big brother" surveillance in China. Read more on bad bossesWRONG NUMBER 'World's worst boss' makes employees change phone numbers for bizarre reasonSLAVE LABOUR World's worst boss literally worked my cancer-stricken colleague to death One said: "The company should be punished for abusing surveillance cameras." Another wrote: "They treat people...
    A TIKTOKER has figured out a way to get a ten-day vacation by only taking four days of paid time off. Chelsea Zeferina makes videos about corporate life and tips, like how to maximize your time off during Christmas and New Year. 1Weekend holidays help accrue time offCredit: TIKTOK/chelseazeferina “I'm going to need you to listen up,” she said. “This year Christmas falls on a Sunday which means that the federal holiday is celebrated on Monday so you will have Monday the 26th off from work the rest of the week.” The rest of the week leaves the 27th through the 30th open, making it a four-day work week. “We all know what happens in this week between Christmas and New Year's no one works so you should really be taking this time off anyway,” Zeferina said. Read More on Time OffHITS DON'T LIE Shakira enjoys night with sons Dodgers game after Gerard Pique split'GET WELL SOON' MK Dons coach Price diagnosed with testicular cancer as club pay tribute “I also feel like companies should be giving this time off but...
    Justin Fields is concerned for his fellow young quarterback Trey Lance and how many hits he’s taking. Life can be rough for rookie and sophomore quarterbacks still getting adjusted to the increased physicality and speed of the pro-level game. That’s especially true for the new breed of quarterbacks that are unafraid to leave the pocket and put themselves directly in harm’s way against seasoned linemen and defensive backs. Chicago Bears QB Justin Fields knows that all too well, having been sacked 36 times in his rookie season, 10th- most in the league in 2021. That put him on the grass three times a game in his rookie year. After his Week 1 matchup watching rookie San Francisco 49ers quarterback Trey Lance from the sideline, he’s flashing back to his own year 1 and hoping that Lance can avoid that same fate.Trey Lance is getting hit too much according to Justin FieldsTrey Lance was sacked twice on Sunday against the Bears, hit a total of four times. Considering the fact that the Bears didn’t blitz him even once on any of...
    Daniel Chidiac, 34, from Melbourne earns millions as an author A university drop out has revealed how he went from earning the minimum wage on a muddy worksite to flying first class around the world thanks to his best-selling books. Daniel Chidiac, 34, from Melbourne, made it big after his first work as an author 'Who Says You Can't? You Do' hit the shelves in 2018. But before he was raking in cash Daniel had it tough - he was languishing under a mountain of debt from a failed business, had quit his commerce degree and was labouring on worksites for as little at $15-per-hour to make ends meet. Speaking to FEMAIL Daniel, who has since written a second book, 'The Modern Break Up', said he was ashamed of where he was in life before he 'made it'. 'One day I was knee high in concrete and mud on a building site, slipping around because it was raining, the boss was yelling at us and I knew I didn't want to be there anymore,' he said. 'I didn't tell anyone...
    A CHESS-PLAYING robot grabbed the hand of a seven-year-old boy and broke his finger in distressing scenes. Russian authorities blamed the kid for taking his move too quickly. 4A Russian child tried to play his move quickly at the Moscow OpenCredit: Telegram 4The robot grabbed his hand and broke his fingerCredit: Telegram The boy, named locally as Christopher, is thought to be one of the best young chess players in the Russian capital city. But he suffered the horrible injury while competing in the Moscow Open this week. Video footage shows the robot making a move to steal one of the child's pieces. As he drops it into the box beside the board, the quick-thinking boy immediately responds with a move of his own. READ MORE SPORTS STORIESGET YOUR GOSS Barca want Messi back, Atletico impress Ronaldo, Liverpool keen on Bellingham But picking up his piece, his electronic opponent took grip of his hand with its claws and crushed his hand. A group of four adults rush to the boy's assistance to break him free -...
    KIM Kardashian has received backlash over her parenting style after she revealed the details of her daughter, North's elaborate prank. The reality star opened up about her eldest child's antics in an interview with Allure. 5Kim Kardashian sparked backlash after she detailed a story of when her daughter, North, played a prank on herCredit: Getty 5North has been practicing her skills at doing special effects makeup and recently made their rental home look like a crime sceneCredit: Kim Kardashian/Instagram Kim recalled a story to the publication involving the 9-year-old's hobby of doing special effects makeup. She explained: "North is really into special effects makeup, and she’s really good at it, so I have a teacher come and show her special effects makeup where it’s like wounds and blood and tons of stuff." The SKIMS founder, however, didn't realize how talented her daughter was at applying the gory makeup until North showed off her skills at a house rental. "She decided not only to prank me and do [the makeup] on her and [her little sister] Chicago, but...
    YouTube Cory Wharton “Teen Mom OG” star Cory Wharton recently announced he is stepping into the boxing ring on Saturday, July 30, for an event called “Battle Of The Reality Stars.” The 31-year-old shared a promo poster for the event on Instagram, which featured Cory flexing next to “Too Hot to Handle” star Chase Demoor. “No more talk. Battle Of The Reality Stars. Wharton vs. Demoor,” the poster read. Cory included a lengthy caption alongside the photo, telling fans he is taking the match very seriously. “It’s TIME Finally we are here????????,” he wrote. “That’s right people, I’m happy to announce that I’ll be taking part in the NO MORE TALK card on July 30th at Crypto.com Arena in Los Angeles ???????? I finally get to step in the ring & get my foot in the door. I’m [going to] take advantage of this opportunity. I’m gonna work harder than ever before !! I want to show people that I’m serious about this and this isn’t just a [one-off] boxing match for me.” He continued, “We’re going to...
    PRISTINA, Kosovo (AP) — A senior Kosovo official on Friday criticized the length of the international trial process for detained former independence fighters charged with war crimes during and after the 1998-1999 war in the Balkan country. Kosovo’s parliament speaker Glauk Konjufca left for The Hague, Netherlands, to meet with five ex-leaders of the Kosovo Liberation Army, including Kosovo’s ex-president Hashim Thaci and ex-parliament speaker Kadri Veseli. All five have denied wrongdoing. The first arrest was made in September 2020, three months after the charges were made public. Konjufca criticized the lengthy process, citing suspects’ rights to be tried “within the most reasonable time frame possible.” “We are not seeing that at the special court,” Konjufca told journalists. He is the first senior Kosovar leader to visit the war crime suspects. Last month Albanian Prime Minister Edi Rama went to The Hague to meet Thaci. A European Union-backed war crimes court, the Kosovo Specialist Chambers and a linked prosecutor’s office, were established following a 2011 report by the Council of Europe. The human rights organization’s report included allegations that KLA...
    A DOCTOR has urged would be holiday makers to avoid taking too many flights – suggesting it could ruin your libido. Dr Florence Comite said that excessive air travel can increase anxiety, claustrophobia, and concerns regarding insufficient space. 1Taking too might flights can ruin your libido - according to an expertCredit: Getty All of these are said to have a negative effect on your mood and your aptitude to getting steamy between the sheets. Dr Comite, who hails from Brooklyn, New York, says that frequent fryers should be mindful of their habits as air travel triggers an individual’s “flight and fight mechanism.” She said: "Getting on a plane in anticipation lowers your sex drive because it's anxiety-provoking, we don't know what's going to happen and it's a tight space. "It drives your flight-and-fight mechanism. So hormones that go up in the brain like norepinephrine and epinephrine will lower testosterone and that will immediately have an effect on libido and even sexual function." Read more on sexLUCKY FOR SOME I’ve had sex with the ‘perfect’ number of partners - here’s what...
    Former President Donald Trump called for an overhaul of school security in the aftermath of the Uvalde shooting and demanded that teachers be armed during a speech to National Rifle Association members on Friday. 'Surely we can all agree our schools should not be the softest target our school should be the single hardest target in our country,' he said to applause. 'And that's why as part of a comprehensive school safety plan, it's time to finally allow highly trained teachers to safely and discreetly concealed carry, let them concealed carry.' His speech came three days after 19 children and two teachers were shot dead at Robb Elementary School, less than 300 miles away from the NRA meeting in Houston, Texas. The result is another moment of deep reflection as a nation mourns the dead and wonders how to prevent future attacks.  But while protesters outside demanded tougher restrictions on deadly firearms, Trump followed other Republicans in insisting that guns in the hand of law-abiding citizens were the best way to tackle violent crime.  He slammed local police for taking...
    The House of Representatives on Wednesday night passed a bill to provide $28million in emergency funding to address the baby formula crisis after parents blasted President Joe Biden for taking too long to invoke the Defense Production Act. Republicans said the legislation was covering up for the administration's 'ineptitude' during the crisis and is only 'throwing money at the FDA' rather than fixing the problem.  The House passed two bills. The first was a measure approved on a 414-9 vote that will allow low-income women to purchase more baby formula through the federal Women, Infant and Children (WIC) program. The second, the Infant Formula Supplemental Appropriations Act of 2022, provides the funding as parents across America struggle to find supplies to feed their children and was passed on a 231-192 vote. Their fates are uncertain in the Senate, but Democratic Majority Leader has said he will try and pass the bills by unanimous consent - even though it could be blocked by one Senator.  Nancy Pelosi celebrated the votes, but Republican House Whip Steve Scalise urged his colleagues to vote no because the...
    VIDEO2:2002:20Student loan payment freeze extended through end of summerThe News with Shepard Smith Recent graduates may have just gotten an extended break on their student loan payments, but college debt remains a substantial hurdle for nearly everyone with a degree. "Attending and affording college can be next to impossible without taking out a student loan, thanks to the exponential rise in college tuition," said Bankrate.com analyst Sarah Foster. Since so many students borrow to cover at least a portion of the cost, outstanding education debt now exceeds $1.7 trillion. "Student loan debt is a major burden that follows borrowers around throughout every major financial decision, from moving out and buying a home, to saving for emergencies and retirement," Foster said.  But there is another way. Experts say reducing the amount you borrow at the outset will go a long way to easing your long-term debt burden. Here are three ways to do that.1. Fill out a FAFSAStudents must fill out the Free Application for Federal Student Aid to access any kind of assistance, including scholarships and grants. Unlike student loans, scholarships...
    A YOUNG woman who developed a rash all over her body initially assumed she had been partying too hard. But Ella Holley was stunned to be told the spots on her lower half had been triggered by her contraceptive pill. 5Ella Holley was told her pill was the culprit behind the rashCredit: Kennedy News 5She said her skin would become very sensitive to be touched during a flare upCredit: Kennedy News A specialist told her she had experienced Henoch-Schonlein purpura (HSP), which is when small blood vessels become inflamed. The expert said in her case this rare event was caused by the pill. The 20-year-old student said she started taking the mini pill in October, but three days later noticed "tiny red spots" on her legs. Ella first thought it might have been her body's reaction to "living a typical student lifestyle", full of alcohol, late nights and unhealthy food. Read more on contraceptiveMAYBE BABY? Full list of contraceptive pills that MUST be taken at the same time every day She said she had a series of "flare-ups" last October,...
    WE often associate our beds with refuge, this centre of relaxation and rejuvenation after a long day of responsibilities. Almost nothing beats the feeling of ''finally'' once you feel your body sink into the comfy sheets and fluffy pillows - and, turns out, a good night's rest has a lot to do with how your bed is arranged. 3According to research, green is one of the colours that will provide better sleepCredit: TikTok/@cleanwithrebekahx While there are many things that affect one's sleep - from stress to the wrong temperature and not enough plants in the room - the set-up of your bed plays a vital part in how well rested you will wake up the following morning. The trend is called 'bedscaping' and it has been all the rage on social media as of recent, with countless users sharing snaps of their dreamily-organised beds. We spoke to Dr Lindsay Browning and Farah Arshad, Head of Design at DUSK, who revealed the Dos and Don'ts of bedscaping and how to make the most out of your sleep. Read more health storiesSLEEP...
    Singer Lionel Richie blasted U.S. officials for "allowing" the conflict in Ukraine to continue and "taking too long" to stop it. Richie shared his criticisms at the Thursday ceremony to commemorate him winning the Gershwin Prize for Popular Song honoree by the Library of Congress. "It's a tragedy that we're allowing this and all behavior that does not fall under my grandmother's rules: that you treat someone the way you want to be treated," Richie said. PELOSI READS POEM BY U2'S BONO COMPARING ZELENSKY TO ST. PATRICK His comments arose as he discussed his song "We Are the World" and how it applies in the modern-day. Richie co-wrote the song with the late Michael Jackson. "I tried to explain to people years ago. You save the starving people in Africa because one day it’s going to be at your doorstep, and it might be you. And if you don’t have any training in saving people, you’re going to die, too," Richie said, creating an imagined scenario. "They’re bombing your neighborhood, and they...
    Grace Molteni/Mother Jones illustration; Getty Fight disinformation. Get a daily recap of the facts that matter. Sign up for the free Mother Jones newsletter.Vladimir Putin’s invasion of Ukraine has put the issue of international corruption front and center, sparking conversations and regulatory changes that policymakers in Washington and European capitals had put aside for decades. But unless the Biden administration and its European allies act fast, the chance to punish Russian oligarchs and others close to Putin could slip away—in some cases, quite literally, as mega-yachts leave their berths and private jets take flight to more oligarch-friendly environs. “We have this image that the U.S. government and the U.K. government know exactly where these assets are… but we don’t.” Financial sanctions imposed by the United States and Europe have already hit Russia hard. The country’s markets are in free-fall and western businesses have cut ties with Russian counterparts, largely isolating Vladimir Putin’s regime financially. The decision last week by the Biden administration and a number of European governments to target Putin-linked oligarchs, on its own, represents something of a sea change—even...
    White House Covid tsar Dr. Anthony Fauci warned that lifting mask mandates on children right now is 'risky' despite the nation reporting a 42 percent drop in coronavirus cases. 'It's understandable why people want to take masks off the kids. But, right now, given the level of activity that we have, it is risky,' Fauci told CNN Thursday.  'Now we could get lucky, cause the trajectory right now is going way down and it very well may be that if you take masks off of kids in the next week or so, it's going to keep going down. But you have to be careful.'  Masks in schools have become one of the most controversial remaining Covid policies in America, with parents and teachers largely divided on the issue.  Fauci's comments come as the Democratic-majority states of Connecticut, Delaware, Massachusetts, New Jersey, Nevada and Oregon have made the move to lift school mask mandates.  Leaders in California and New York have also started easing back coronavirus restrictions, but are continuing to mandate masks in the educational environment. The move comes as...
    Traders work on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) in New York.Brendan McDermid | Reuters Building your investment portfolio is dependent on your ability and willingness to take on risk. The more you're willing to take, the higher your potential returns … and losses. Your risk tolerance depends on your risk capacity and your risk willingness, and is affected by age, stage in life, and goals. If you're investing for retirement and are 45 years old, you have more time to grow your money and can take on more risk than a 65-year-old can. With 30 years to build a nest egg, your investments have more time to ride out short-term fluctuations with the hope of receiving a greater long-term return. Here are five tips to help determine if you're risk-averse, a risk-seeker, or somewhere in between. 1. Determine your risk profileImportant factors include your time horizon (length of time of your investment) and your risk tolerance. These help you get an idea of which investment strategy, from conservative to growth-oriented, corresponds with your investor profile. When...
    Fox News contributor Lara Trump complained on Hannity Tuesday night that President Joe Biden is taking too many vacations. Some Republicans and reporters have criticized Biden for his frequent trips back home to Wilmington, Delaware, which is a 25-minute flight from Washington, D.C. “I’m old enough to remember when we had a president who worked all day, every day for the American people,” said Donald Trump’s daughter-in-law by way of Eric. “And by the way, he took no salary. Of course, I’m talking about president Donald Trump,” she said for anyone who could not figure that out. Of course, Trump famously spent much time away from the White House, often at properties he owned. During his presidency, he reportedly visited golf properties around 150 times while playing golf at least 298 times on those visits. On average, that’s one visit to a golf property every 10 days, and one round of golf every five days. Lara Trump then claimed Biden has been vacationing for a quarter of his presidency. “I remember when the press and the Democrats would go crazy if...
    (CBS) — An 83-year-old great-grandmother from Texas is proving it’s never too late to learn something new. Barbara Ingram got bored with doing puzzles during the pandemic, so she decided to enroll in online economics and history classes at Harvard University. READ MORE: Medicare Proposes To Cover Biogen's Controversial Alzheimer's Drug With Restrictions“I still want to be able to go out and be challenged,” the homemaker told CBS Dallas. “I got bored… and I decided that I needed to do something mentally to stay busy.” She said she chose the renowned university because “it was the best school I could go to, and hardest school I felt I could go to.” She is entering her fourth semester of online classes and eventually wants to visit the campus in Cambridge. Barbara Ingram (WBZ-TV) Someone even put up a billboard celebrating her studies – and the message is reaching others. READ MORE: Mass Pike Ramp To I-95 Shut Down After Tractor-Trailer Rolls Over In Weston“There was a lady out there, taking a picture and I said, ‘why are you taking...
    Two men attacked a worker at a Burger King in Brooklyn last month over a delay to their food order, police said on Monday. The suspects are said to have complained that their food was taking too long to prepare at the burger chain's Linden Boulevard outlet in Brownsville, officials said. Video of the violent incident shows one man, wearing a black hoodie and his face obscured by a face mask, vault the counter and grapple the worker against it at about 6:15 p.m. on December 4. RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Courting controversy! Axed Bucs wide receiver Antonio Brown... Cuomo's off the hook: Groping charges against disgraced... Share this article Share The second suspect, also wearing a hoodie and face mask, is seen in the footage punching the worker in the head across the counter.  The first suspect can also be seen punching the worker in the video captured by a security camera above the counter, looking out into the Burger King joint. As onlookers fled the restaurant, two other Burger King employees came...
    A HEARTBROKEN mom has spoken out to warn other parents after her 10-year-old daughter died while taking part in the TikTok "Blackout" challenge. Tawainna Anderson rushed daughter Nyla to a Pennsylvania hospital after finding her unconscious in her bedroom on December 12 but the young girl passed away. 5Nyla Anderson died on December 12 5Her heartbroken family has warned against the TikTok Blackout Challenge 5Tawainna Anderson urged parents to monitor their kids' phones The family, including her twin brother Nakye and two other brothers, has said it is in shock after Nyla died while they were also in the home. "I'm so hurt," Tawainna told ABC13. "This is a pain that won't go away. It's at the top of my throat. I am so hurt." She has now issued a warning to other parents to monitor young children's phones and to be aware of what kids are watching on social media. "She was a butterfly," Tawainna said of Nyla, who spoke three languages and was described as bright and fun.  "She was everything. She was a...
    A MUM-OF-FIVE, including quad two-year-olds, explained that Christmas outings are stressful and chaotic, but they do them anyway - despite the children being too young to remember. Dayna Childress, took her five children to see Santa at a grotto but confessed to finding the outing tough as the children outnumbered the adults. 4Dayna Childress explained that it is stressful taking her five children out for day tripsCredit: helloquadruplets/Instagram 4The mum of quads dressed her little ones up in matching festive outfitsCredit: helloquadruplets/Instagram She explained that the children didn't want to queue for hot chocolate and fussed on the drive over. Taking to Instagram she said: "Quickly learning doing anything outnumbered by toddlers in their #terribletwos stage will be hard. "Though these outings can be really stressful on [myhusband] and I, there’s always more smiles than stress in the long run. "It’s worth the memories. I don’t even care if they won’t remember all these events and trips we take them on, I have pictures and videos to show them. "Mama & Daddy will be their memory keepers, we’ll...
    Singletons have become 'pickier' about their potential partners following the pandemic, one dating expert has claimed - insisting they are now even more concerned about the 'pink flags' that could lead to 'red flag scenarios'. These pink flags include watching too much TV, which could show you're running out of conversation topics, according to Tina Wilson, British relationship expert and founder of Wingman. Meanwhile, she suggests never taking social media photos together signals your partner doesn't want anyone to know about you. Speaking exclusively to FEMAIL, Tina said 'less-obvious' warning signs that your relationship might not work long-term are now no longer easy to ignore. She added: 'With so many couples breaking up during the first lockdown and realising that they didn't even like each other, its highlighted the fact that we really need to choose wisely who we spend our time with. 'Daters are smarter than ever and less tolerant or willing to compromise than pre-pandemic so hyper-vigilance around who you could couple up with is at an all-time high. 'That's why "pink flags" have become a new term as singles don't...
    FANS were not pleased with the way DWTS host Tyra Banks' announced Iman Shumpert's win on the show's season finale. The America's Next Top Model alum was called out by viewers for her poor delivery in revealing the winner of the competition on Monday night. 5Fans voiced their frustration over Tyra Banks' dramatic reveal of the show's winnerCredit: ABC 5Viewers claimed that she hogged the camera causing them to miss part of Iman's reactionCredit: ABC During the live broadcast of the season finale, Tyra announced the placement of the four remaining partners as the dancers joined her on stage. After revealing that The Talk's Amanda Kloots came in fourth and Peloton guru Cody Rigsby placed third, fans patiently awaited her reveal of the show's winner. The model invited frontrunners Iman and JoJo Siwa along with their respective partners to step forward as the controversial host took center stage. "The winners of Dancing With the Stars are," Tyra began as she gazed at the camera and down at her cards several times, taking a long dramatic pause....
    TENNIS PLAYERS can only visit the loo ONCE during a match – and will be punished if they take too long. A raft of strict new guidelines on toilet breaks have been sent to players by the ATP, the governing body of the men’s Tour, ahead of the 2022 season. 2Andy Murray was fuming with Stefanos Tsitsipas during their US Open clashCredit: Reuters 2Andy Murray's clash with Stefanos Tsitsipas led to rule changes in terms of toilet breaksCredit: Getty It is understood umpires will limit bathroom breaks to one per player per match, lasting no longer than three minutes from the time they enter the facility. But stars can only visit the restroom at the end of a set and not during. Should anyone spend too long ‘on the John’ or admiring themselves in the mirror they will be potentially liable to time violations. Some players have been accused of using trips to the toilet as tactical weapons at crucial junctures in matches when they have been losing or need to curtail their opponent’s momentum. The biggest saga came during...
    BOULDER COUNTY, Colo. (CBS4) – With the hopes of alleviating some traffic and parking concerns, a new program will soon get underway at Eldora Mountain Resort. On Friday, the Alpenglow lift started spinning marking the beginning of the season for the resort and hope for some normalcy to return. (credit: CBS) READ MORE: Kruger Rock Fire Now Fully Contained Near Estes Park“People are so happy and so eager to get back on the hill. Especially with the year we just had, everyone realizes that spending time outside with family and friends doing things outside is like medicine for the soul,” said Sam Bass with Eldora Mountain Resort. Mask restrictions are still in place for buildings, but a reservation system and capacity restrictions from last season are gone. Another new program begins Dec. 18 and will charge drivers, who come to the mountain alone, $10 on weekends and holidays. It’s called the Single-Occupancy Vehicle Fee. READ MORE: Ken Salazar, U.S. Ambassador To Mexico, Talks Trade & COVID With Gov. Jared Polis (credit: CBS) “We’re a popular spot and...
    An Arkansas wedding photographer has shared three signs that a marriage is in trouble from day one. Shayla Herrington said she learned the signs from a fellow photographer in the industry with over a decade of experience, who has seen plenty of wedding over the years. The elder photographer pointed to three red flags one might see from newlyweds on their wedding day — including odd photoshoot practices, cagey friends, and a spouse who is a bit too intent on working the room.  Uh-oh! An Arkansas wedding photographer has shared three signs that a marriage is in trouble from day one (stock image) @shaylamherrington Do you think this holds some truth? #bride #bridetobe #weddingphotographer #couple #engaged #videographer #weddings ♬ original sound - Shayla Herrington Three red flags that could spell a doomed marriage  One spouse taking more than three family photos without their new husband or wife  Bridesmaids avoiding talking about the groom, or groomsmen not wanting to talk about the bride  A newlywed spending more time with friends and family at the wedding than their new spouse  'One time...
    (CNN)Customers with disabilities across the country have been overcharged by Uber since 2016 for allegedly taking too long to load into their designated vehicle, according to a federal civil lawsuit the Justice Department filed on Wednesday.Uber's policies and practices of charging "wait time" fees for disabled passengers and potential passengers violates the Americans with Disabilities Act, according to the lawsuit filed with the US District Court for the Northern District of California."Many passengers with disabilities require more than two minutes to board or load into a vehicle for various reasons, including because they may use mobility aids and devices such as wheelchairs and walkers that need to be broken down and stored in the vehicle or because they simply need additional time to board the vehicle," according to the lawsuit.The lawsuit described an unidentified 52-year-old woman who relocated to Louisville, Kentucky, is a quadriplegic, uses a wheelchair for mobility and relied on Uber for transportation at least 10 times a week. The woman noticed that she was charged a "wait time" fee for taking 15 minutes to load into the...
    BOSTON (CBS) — Jaylen Brown isn’t too concerned about the hamstring injury that will sideline him for the next week. He’s suffered hamstring injuries in the past, and this one is near the bottom of the list regarding severity. But it’s that history of hammy issues that does have Brown somewhat concerned, and taking some new precautions and steps to make sure the ailment doesn’t become a regular thing. READ MORE: Boston Beats Out New York, Los Angeles For Best Sports City In CountryBrown suffered the injury last week in Boston’s win over the Miami Heat. He felt it late in the third quarter, which unfortunately, is a familiar feeling for him. The C’s guard said Wednesday that the injury is a reaggravation of a hamstring issue that he had two seasons ago. Brown’s hammy started barking just before the NBA halted the 2020 season due to the COVID-19 pandemic. He got a bit of a break as the league went on hiatus for a few months, and it went away. It was a concern at the time, but not...
    A COP paid £150,000 while saying he was too injured to work was caught out by an app that showed him taking 10,000 steps a day. PC Matthew Littlefair, 36, claimed he “couldn’t even lift a kettle” after a car crash. 1Former cop Matthew Littlefair was paid £150,000 while saying he was too injured to work but was caught out by an app that showed him taking 10,000 steps a dayCredit: Solent He was on full pay and benefits for more than two years while he kept up the pretence. But he was spotted playing football with his kids, jogging and cycling — and even swinging an axe in his back garden. Investigators who examined his mobile found he had repeatedly been recorded taking 10,000 steps a day — the equivalent of five miles. Judge Robert Pawson said his crime would damage public confidence in the police. Referring to other police crimes, such as Sarah Everard’s rape and murder by Met officer Wayne Couzens, he said: “This case is during one of the worst years in recent policing history.” Littlefair,...
    Offset buys Cardi B a $1.5M villa for her 29th birthday Stock futures are flat as investors await more earnings results ESPN's top NFL reporter Adam Schefter has responded after getting roped into the growing controversy around the Washington Football Team's emails. An email exchange between Schefter and former Washington Football Team president Bruce Allen was published by the Los Angeles Times and later obtained by Yahoo Sports on Tuesday, exposing a significant journalistic transgression from one of the biggest names in NFL media. Amid negotiations between the NFL and NFLPA on a new collective bargaining agreement in 2011, Schefter sent Allen an entire draft of a story to be published the following morning. He also referred to Allen as "Mr. Editor" and welcomed him to propose any changes: "Please let me know if you see anything that should be added, changed, tweaked," Schefter wrote to Allen. "Thanks, Mr. Editor, for that and the trust. Plan to file this to espn about 6 am." A day after the email was published, ESPN released a statement attributed to Schefter apologizing...
    A WOMAN was "humiliated" by bar staff and bouncers who confronted her for "taking too long" in the toilet. The reveller, who has a colostomy bag, said staff at Empire bar in St Helens, Merseyside, began banging on the door of her cubicle because she had been in there for 10 minutes. 2The Empire bar in Merseyside where a woman was allegedly harassed for taking too long on the toiletCredit: Google 2The woman says she was cleaning her colostomy bagCredit: Getty - Contributor Security were called in to clear the woman out, who had been cleaning her colostomy bag after it began to leak. Bar staff say the partygoer begun swearing and that one worker had mistakenly thought she was taking drugs, according to the Liverpool Echo. The club said one staff member knocked on her door twice after receiving no response before she replied saying "F**k, I'm doing my bag". In a Facebook post, the woman, who wishes not to be identified, said: "I have never been so degraded or discriminated in all my life. "The bar Empire in...
    A WOMAN is raging after a neighbour left a note that slammed her as "selfish" for her parking  — but who is right? Danielle Hopkins shared the message on a Facebook page for Gravesend, Kent, that was left on her car in which she was called an "A-hole". 1The letter Danielle Hopkins found about her parkingCredit: Facebook The outraged woman posted the note that had been left on her windscreen on a local Facebook page.  The letter read wrote: "Your parking is inconsiderate and selfish. "Park up to the double yellow, so there is enough space for two more cars — instead of one and a half.  "You live on this road and must know how difficult it is to find space.  "Think. Don’t be am A-hole!" But Ms Hopkins took offence at the accusation and called on the person to speak to her. She wrote: "Whoever left this note on my car, instead of being a d**k and not leaving a name.  "Be a real ‘considerate’ person and talk to me about it." Most read in The US SunMORE...
    BEING a new mom means sleepless nights, endless worrying, and barely any time to take care of yourself while also taking care of a weeks-old baby. That means that, sometimes, moms have to get a little creative while they take of their newborns but sadly, this mom was shamed for taking a five-minute shower. 3A mom shared how she had put her newborn son outside the bathroom door while she showeredCredit: sonyased5/TikTok 3She then addressed those who had shamed her In a TikTok video, mom Sonya Sed showed how she was taking a shower while alone with her newborn. She had parked her child right outside the bathroom door – which was open – while she washed herself just a few steps away from him. She had written that she had only taken six minutes in total to quickly rinse her body before getting back to her baby. However, this wasn't good enough for some moms who shamed her for coming up with the idea. Many mom criticized her for using a car seat specifically...
    This article was medically reviewed by Samantha Cassetty, MS, RD, a nutrition and wellness expert with a private practice based in New York City. 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. Don't take more than 4,000 IU of vitamin D a day. Rhisang Alfarid/Getty Images Yes, you can take too much vitamin D, which causes vitamin D toxicity.  Signs you had too much vitamin D include vomiting, weakness, and nausea.  To treat vitamin D toxicity, stop taking vitamin D supplements or consuming vitamin d-rich foods. Visit Insider's Health Reference library for more advice. Vitamin D toxicity, also known as hypervitaminosis D, is a rare condition that occurs when a person has consumed too much vitamin D.  Vitamin D is a nutrient that helps the body absorb and regulate calcium in the blood. So...
    This is the moment a wild brawl broke out between two passengers trying to exit a plane at Miami International Airport, on Sunday night - just the latest in more than 3,000 violent incidents reported on air travel since January. Kiera Pierre Louis, who goes by her hip-hop name Milli Miami, recorded the whole incident, which broke out when a Frontier Airlines flight from Philadelphia landed in Miami Sunday at around 9:30 p.m. She told Local 10 News the white man grew angry at the black passenger because he thought he was taking to long to get his luggage from the overhead bin and was blocking his way out. The white man then threw the first punch, she said, and called the black passenger the 'n' word. 'I couldn't believe what was going on,' she said. 'You can see the white man on top of the black passenger and just beating him between the seats,' she said.  'The flight attendant got involved, the white man's wife got involved, his son, I believe his son's girlfriend, um, everyone was just involved.' She also...
    Top Republican strategists are reportedly warning red states against aggressive redistricting in the interest of building a more stable, long-term division of power. “There’s an old saying: Pigs get fat. Hogs get slaughtered,” Republican North Carolina Rep. Patrick McHenry told Politico. “And when it comes to redistricting, that is, in fact, the case.” The redistricting is a high-stakes game that will influence the balance of power for the coming five election cycles, Politico reported. But what does this mean for future elections, for the nation and for the future of the parties? Vince and Jason break it down. “Vince & Jason Save The Nation” is a political debate show that grapples with America’s most pressing questions. The show features intelligent, brutally honest conversations between Vince Coglianese and Jason Nichols, two nationally renowned political commentators who come from opposite sides of the political divide but share a profound love of country. Enlisting the support of their fascinating and talented guests, Vince and Jason tackle the existential issues confronting America and set out on their quest to Save the Nation. Subscribe...
    MSNBC’s Nicolle Wallace expressed some frustration with Washington Democrats on Wednesday for being too “complacent” on voting rights. As Tim Miller talked about ways voting rights can get done in Congress, Wallace remarked that she doesn’t think Democrats are as motivated as they should be: You talk to Democrats privately, they sort of mumble about Marc Elias. I mean, Marc Elias is one man. He’s doing the Lord’s work, as is Stacey Abrams, but why are the Washington Democrats so complacent on an issue that could deprive them of majorities in the House and the Senate and access to the White House for the simple reason that Republicans are saying out loud what they are doing — they are rigging the electorate in battleground states. Why isn’t this a four-alarm fire? Washington Post columnist Eugene Robinson said a lot of Democrats are “not complacent at all about this.” He went on to note “the fact of the 50/50 Senate” and how the best result Democrats can hope for is “what Joe Manchin and maybe a couple of others are willing...
    Republicans in Congress have issued a warning to their fellow conservatives in state government to not go too far when it comes to redistricting, Politico reported. Top party strategists have cautioned that overplaying their hand when it comes to gerrymandering could have negative consequences, despite the desire to create more opportunities to elect Republicans to Congress, according to Politico. The Kentucky GOP congressional delegation, which includes Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell, has asked Republicans in the state legislature to let Democratic Rep. John Yarmuth keep his Louisville district intact, rather than fracture it to give conservatives control of all six of the state’s seats, Politico reported. The rationale behind the effort is to create districts that will remain safely red, regardless of demographic change, and not be thrown out by the court, as Pennsylvania and North Carolina’s redistricted maps were over the last decade, according to Politico. “It’s been my experience in studying history that when you get real cute, you end up in a lawsuit — and you lose it. And then the courts redraw the lines,” Rep. James Comer...
    Getty Russell Wilson prepares to throw a pass against the Cardinals. When the 2020 NFL season came to an end, Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson turned heads with pointed comments. He specifically expressed frustration about the number of hits he took throughout the season, which appeared to be a direct shot at the offensive line. However, Wilson addressed those comments during OTA’s and explained that he wasn’t insulting his teammates. The seven-time Pro Bowler originally met with media members in February 2021 and explained that getting hit is “part of the job.” However, he added other comments that turned heads. According to Sports Illustrated, Wilson said that he has been sacked “almost 400 times” in his career and that he “is frustrated” with getting hit too much. Fast-forward to June 10, and Wilson further clarified his comments. “Not at all about the offensive line,” Wilson said during his recorded media availability. “I think I also mentioned that the reality is that I can do better, too. We’re all trying to find ways to win, and we’re all trying...
    EX-PALS of the prime suspect in the Madeleine McCann case said they fear he will escape justice because German detectives are moving too slow. Convicted paedophile Christian B, 44, was named last year as the man police are investigating for the three-year-old’s disappearance during her family holiday in Praia da Luz, Portugal in 2007. 5Christian B was named as the prime suspect in the Maddie case last year but police are not close to bring any chargesCredit: Rex 5Madeleine McCann went missing in 2007 but the case has yet to be solvedCredit: AFP German prosecutors have claimed to have evidence Madeleine is dead and identified their main suspect as Christian B — a prolific burglar, who has previous convictions for sex crimes against young girls. He was also convicted of raping a 72-year-old American woman in the same resort where Madeleine went missing in 2005. But a year after he named as prime suspect, the Daily Mirror reports the suspect has not been charged or quizzed over her disappearance. And, people who knew him when he lived on the Algarve now...
    EVEN though we can tell you the exact time all our local supermarkets crack out their yellow stickers, we can't deny that there's always an element of luck involved in bargain-hunting. So when this savvy shopper saw the price of shampoo, deodorant and baby food being slashed in Sainsbury's, they rushed to stock up. 4The shopper claims this haul would have originally cost £450 but only set him back £50Credit: Facebook / Extreme Couponing group Sharing a photo of their epic haul on the Facebook group Extreme Couponing and Bargains UK, the chuffed shopper wrote: "Everything 50p or less from Sainsbury's. "Baby food all 20p, deodorants and roll-ons 20p each. Baby teething bibs, spoons, porridge, botanticals conditioner and Maui hair detangler 50p each." What's more, the extreme bargain hunter also snapped up seven packs of Waggs dog treats - worth £1 each - in ASDA which had been reduced to 25p a bag. After totting up the original price of all the products, the man added: "RRP just under £450, paid just over £50. Happy hunting!" 4The cheapest bargains started...
    Emilee Chinn/Getty Images Zach Plesac was placed on the injured list with a fractured thumb.  Plesac's thumb injury stems from an incident where he took off his shirt too aggressively.  MLB has been plagued by a long list of bizarre injuries this year, and Plesac's is just the latest. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. An X-ray revealed that Cleveland pitcher Zach Plesac suffered a fractured thumb, which landed him on the team's injured list.  Cleveland manager Terry Francona told reporters that the 26-year-old right-hander suffered the injury when he was "rather aggressively ripping off his shirt" and got his thumb hit hard on a chair by his locker in the clubhouse. The injury occurred Sunday after Plesac came off the mound during Cleveland's 8-5 loss to the Minnesota Twins. Plesac had only pitched 3.2 innings and gave up five runs, so his poor outing might have resulted in some frustration by the time he got to the locker room.  "He called [athletic trainer] James Quinlan, and James called me," Francona said. "It was pretty swollen yesterday ......
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