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    More On: sex Victoria Beckham jokes about tasting David’s ‘sticky stuff’ Drew Barrymore can go ‘years’ without sex: ‘What’s wrong with me?’ ‘Selling the OC’ star Kayla slams Alex Hall’s claim she tried to sleep with Tyler ‘Real Girlfriends in Paris’ star Margaux gets real about sex, long dry spell Guy Branum put some very special expertise to work as a co-producer of gay rom-com “Bros.” “I was there every day for some of the sex scenes,” the gay comic told Page Six at the premiere, “Our director is straight and I was like, Someone needs to tell you [if it’s] hot or not.” “I think a straight woman could do it. I think there’s some straight men who could do it,” he added, “but I need to double check Nicholas Stoller’s work.” Stoller is the director, producer and writer of the film which is the first gay rom-com released by a major studio. Branum said there was a little temptation on the very queer set. “I was being...
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    Getty Xavi Hernandez has been told to trust in NIco Gonzalez. Barcelona coach Xavi Hernandez has been offered some advice regarding who would be the “perfect” player to succeed 34-year-old captain Sergio Busquets at the Camp Nou. Busquets is into the final year of his contract at the club and it’s not clear yet if he will continue or walk away. Former player and Barcelona B coach Francisco Javier García Pimienta has told Cadena SER that Nico Gonzalez is the perfect successor to the captain, as reported by Mundo Deportivo. “He meets all the requirements, he is the perfect player, ideal to play for Barça. I have a lot, a lot of faith in Nico,” he explained. “He went up to Barça B with me when he was in his last year of youth and I saw that he understands the position in the pivot game. Last season Nico was already at Sergio Busquets’ side and, from my point of view, he meets all the requirements, he is the perfect player, ideal to play for Barça, although that...
    WATFORD have sacked Rob Edwards and replaced him with Slaven Bilic, the club’s 17th appointment under owner Gino Pozzo. And for the first time since the Pozzo family took charge in 2012, fans have been surprised to witness a change in head coach. 7Slaven Bilic is the 17th head coach Watford have hired since the Pozzo family bought the clubCredit: Mark Robinson - Times Newspapers Ltd This is because, on June 13, chairman Scott Duxbury was crystal clear about the new direction owner Gino Pozzo wanted to take the club in and the job Edwards was expected to do. In an interview with the Watford Observer, he said: “In the last ten years we have delivered success. “But we need more. It needs to be something much more tangible than just success on the field. “We need a club that is connected to the fans and the community. We think Rob is the perfect person to deliver that. “Gino Pozzo wants the club to be successful and playing sustained Premier League football. "That’s always been his only ambition for Watford....
    Getty Justin Fields and head coach Matt Eberflus of the Chicago Bears celebrate their Week 3 win. There are 14 games left in the NFL regular season, and that could be all the time quarterback Justin Fields will have to impress the current regime for the Chicago Bears. Fields was a first-round pick of former general manager Ryan Pace and ex-head coach Matt Nagy, and while new GM Ryan Poles and first-year head coach Matt Eberflus have always stood by the second-year signal-caller — at least publicly — one of the top insiders covering the team thinks the Bears will very likely make a decision about Fields by season’s end. During and after Chicago’s 23-20 Week 3 win over the Houston Texans, Jeff Hughes of Da Bears Blog tweeted his thoughts about Fields’ performance (spoiler alert: they weren’t good) and he also had some interesting insight into how the team’s current staff views its starting QB.Hughes: Bears Don’t Trust FieldsWhen it comes to the Bears, Hughes is not one to spout off random opinions without having knowledge about...
    Alec Baldwin's decision to sell his largest asset – a $29million estate in New York's Hamptons – may be part of an effort to shift and potentially shield assets from lawsuits that could cost him a fortune, legal observers tell DailyMail.com. His timing has sparked speculation that the actor, who last weekend celebrated the birth of his eighth child, is less interested in a lifestyle change than in preparing for a potential doomsday in the courts. Baldwin purchased the estate in 1996 for $1.75 million and listed it just last week for more than 16 times that amount, days after a judge ruled he was primarily responsible for firing the shot that killed cinematographer Halyna Hutchins during the filming of Rust in New Mexico last October. Now a New Mexico prosecutor has hinted that she is ready to file criminal charges against the 30 Rock star.  So the 64-year-old could be looking to transfer his wealth into more protected assets, such as irrevocable trusts for his kids or real estate in a state that shields properties from creditors, experts speculate....
    KING CHARLES "hasn't decided" which titles Prince Harry's children will be granted, according to a royal expert. According to Roya Nikkhah, royal editor for The Times, wrote that the delay is "heightening tensions" between the new king and the Duke and Duchess of Sussex. 4The new king is said to be undecided about whether or not the Sussex children will receive titlesCredit: Getty - Contributor 4Royal experts say that much hinges on the rebuilding of trust between the two sidesCredit: Getty As the grandchildren of the monarch, the pair would usually use prince and princess titles, but this remains up in the air due to the rift in the Royal Family over the 'Megxit' drama. They remain listed on the line of succession, published online, without titles. The King's spokesman said earlier this month that the document would be updated "as and when we get information". The Sussexes are, according to Nikkah, "understood to fear the King may strip Archie and Lilibet of their titles, after his reluctance immediately to recognise their elevated status after the Queen’s death." Royal expert...
    Getty Justin Fields had some candid comments about his development with the Bears. Justin Fields is in his second season with the Chicago Bears, but so far, the team has yet to learn much more about what the young quarterback is capable of. Through two games, Fields remains the lone starter in the league who has thrown fewer than 20 times during a game, which he did both Weeks 1 and 2. The 23-year-old quarterback completed eight out of 15 attempts for 121 yards, two touchdowns and an interception in the team’s 19-10 win over the San Francisco 49ers and followed it up by going 7-11 for 70 yards, a pick and a rushing score in Chicago’s 27-10 loss to the Green Bay Packers. Thus, Fields’ stat line through two weeks looks like he had one incredibly average game: 15 of 28 for 191 yards, two touchdowns and two interceptions (69.2 rating). When asked if throwing the ball so little might be getting in the way of his development, the young QB gave an unflinchingly honest response.Fields Admits His...
    More On: meredith marks Unpacking ‘RHOBH’ drama, plus where Meredith Marks stands with Jen Shah Broadway star slams Meredith Marks’ son for filming IG Live during concert Jen Shah blames assistant for fraud scandal in ‘RHOSLC’ Season 3 trailer Meredith Marks: It’s ‘risky’ for Jen Shah to film ‘RHOSLC’ amid fraud case Meredith Marks admitted in a preview for “The Real Housewives of Salt Lake City” Season 3 that she could “never full trust” her ex-BFF Lisa Barlow, not even during the heyday of their friendship. Now, Marks, 50, explains in an exclusive new interview with Page Six why she didn’t feel comfortable confiding in Barlow, 47, throughout their years-long accord. “There were red flags. There were reasons I was concerned about confiding in her,” the jewelry designer tells us. “Some of which I think you see, and some of which you don’t.” Marks says that “hearing the way [Barlow] spoke about others” consistently put her on edge.  She finally walked away from the friendship after she herself...
    King Charles is willing to officially give the Duke and Duchess of Sussex's children prince and princess titles - but 'there is a caveat and that caveat is trust', according to a royal expert. Speaking during the latest episode of True Royalty TV's The Royal Beat, Katie Nicholl discussed speculation over whether Harry and Meghan's children Archie, three, and Lilibet, one, will be officially acknowledged by the new titles. Following the death of the Queen, who died peacefully at Balmoral on September 8, aged 96, the Sussex children are entitled to them as grandchildren of the monarch.  However, as Katie noted, the children are still listed on the royal website as 'Master' and 'Miss'. She said that King Charles is 'willing to give those titles, but it comes with a caveat, and that caveat is trust'.  King Charles is willing to officially give the Duke and Duchess of Sussex's children prince and princess titles - but 'there is a caveat and that caveat is trust', according Katie Nicholl   Katie explained: 'One of the interesting things that came out in all...
    LIV Golf chief executive Greg Norman climbed Capitol Hill this week seeking lawmakers' support for the upstart tour amid its ongoing antitrust lawsuit against its PGA rivals, but was instead accused of spreading propaganda for his Saudi Arabian backers. Norman faced questions over LIV Golf's financing, which comes from Saudi Arabia's Public Investment Fund, as legislators from both parties accused him of wasting Congress' time on a business dispute between the tours. LIV Golf and seven of its players recently sued the PGA Tour over alleged antitrust violations, stemming from the Tour's decision to ban any golfers who signed with the Saudi-backed circuit. 'They wanted to talk about antitrust, and I could care less,' Congressman Tim Burchett (Republican-Tennessee) told the Washington Post. 'It's not Congress's job. We're a country of laws; take it up to the courts. That's where it needs to be, not in the halls of Congress. 'How in the hell are we wasting any time talking about a bunch of millionaires and a golf game?' he continued. 'This is all just Saudi propaganda.' LIV Golf chief executive...
    Getty Kevin Durant #7 of the Brooklyn Nets reacts during game against the Miami Heat at Barclays Center Somehow the NBA offseason is quickly coming to an end and NBA media days are taking place next week for several teams across the league. The Brooklyn Nets are expected to have one of the most can’t miss media days after the whirlwind summer that took place in New York. Kyrie Irving and Kevin Durant were both in rumors with the team all season long.  Kyrie Irving had a rather sloppy contract negotiation with the Nets after a drama-filled season with his stance on the COVID vaccine that made the point guard miss over 50 regular season games for the Nets. After the Nets were unwilling to sign Irving to a long-term extension it is believed that Durant’s frustrations and lack of trust for the organization reached an impasse and the superstar requested a trade from Brooklyn. The Nets spent the whole summer in trade talks that they may or may not have been serious in accomplishing. Ultimately Durant rescinded...
    On “The Rubin Report” Tuesday, BlazeTV host Dave Rubin — who will be joining Maher's "Club Random" podcast for a two-hour uncensored conversation this week — played a video clip of the conversation and reacted with: "Pothead Woody from 'Cheers' making some sense, going the libertarian route!" Watch the video clip below to hear more from BlazeTV's Dave Rubin. Can't watch? Download the podcast here. Want more from Dave Rubin?To enjoy more honest conversations, free speech, and big ideas with Dave Rubin, subscribe to BlazeTV — the largest multi-platform network of voices who love America, defend the Constitution, and live the American dream.
    Prince Harry 'has a big role to play' in the Royal Family but needs to 'ditch' his upcoming memoir to regain his relatives' trust, Tina Brown said today.  The former Vanity Fair editor suggested the freeze in hostilities between the Duke of Sussex and his brother, the Prince of Wales, made it a good time to build bridges if he wanted to become more involved.  She told Lorraine: ‘This is an incredible moment to be used. The country loved that feeling of unity and seeing the brothers back together, it was a beautiful sight. ‘But unless he gives up his book and the tell-all documentaries and interviews then there can be no trust. I think if he does that there can be a way.   ‘The Royal Family needs him and there’s a lot of work to be done. Kate doesn’t want to be travelling the world, she’s the mother of three children. ‘They have to somehow divvy this stuff up and Harry has a big role to play if he wants to. And if Meghan wants to, because of course she...
    by Arjun Singh   Voters overwhelmingly trust Republicans to manage the economy, a new poll ahead of this year’s midterm elections suggests, while also viewing the economy as the most important issue. Roughly 52% of voters said that they trust Republicans to manage the economy, compared to 38% for Democrats, while only 1% of respondents said they agreed with the proposals of both parties to manage it, according to a poll conducted by the Times and Siena College, which measured the relative strength of both parties in advance of the election scheduled on Nov. 8. The economy has been the most important issue to voters heading into the polls; in a July edition of the same NYT/Siena poll, 20% called it the “most important problem facing the country today,” while roughly 76% said that it would be “extremely important” to them as they vote. Democrats have sought to focus their campaign narrative on social issues such as abortion in the wake of Roe v. Wade’s overturning by the Supreme Court, as well as gun regulations following mass shootings across the country over the summer. However, efforts to place social issues...
    You’d think we’d learn. Too often, when a scandalous allegation that fits the liberal media narrative emerges, it’s tweet first and ask questions later. Predictably, this approach has been known to backfire. The latest example comes out of Brigham Young University (BYU), where racial slurs were allegedly hurled by a fan at a Duke women’s volleyball player in late August. The only problem? One of BYU’s student newspapers couldn’t corroborate the claim, and a subsequent BYU investigation that utilized “all available video and audio recordings, including security footage and raw footage” found zero evidence to back up the accusation. But for numerous mainstream media outlets with huge audiences, it was a story that was too good to check. The allegation was repeated as fact by The Washington Post, Sports Illustrated, and CNN, among others. Action (and reaction) was swift. The fan, who allegedly “yelled a racist slur at a Black volleyball player” was banned from BYU’s athletic facilities—before the university conducted its investigation. Utah Gov. Spencer Cox tweeted that “as a society we have to do more to create...
    Speaker Nancy Pelosi, who has faced numerous allegations regarding the trading activities of her husband, Paul, was not identified as one of the 97 members in The New York Times’ report. Because the Times’ analysis focused on committee membership, Pelosi, who does not sit on legislative committees, was not included as part of the analysis. Some members of Congress have called for various forms of bans on congressional stock trading. “The American people don’t want us day trading for profit, and engaging in active trading of the very equities that are connected to the policies that we are deciding on and voting on every day,” said Representative Chip Roy (R-Texas). Roy is co-sponsoring a bill that would “require members to put individual stocks, bonds and many other financial assets in a blind trust,” reports The New York Times. A blind trust is a portfolio in which the owner has no knowledge of the trust’s investments and no right to intervene in the investments. The Times states that many of the lawmakers told them the trades they reported had been “carried...
    A Victorian equality advocate has called for a rape victim to be 'spat on at every opportunity' after she objected to attending support sessions with a transgender woman who dressed and acted like a man.  Victorian Women's Trust board member Leena van Deventer tweeted that a British rape victim 'should be spat on at every opportunity' because she launched legal action against The Survivors' Network.  The victim, who cannot be named for legal reasons, alleged indirect discrimination against the welfare organisation after it insisted the transgender woman sit-in on rape support sessions.  Victorian Women's Trust board member Leena van Deventer tweeted a UK rape victim 'should be spat on at every opportunity' Victorian Women's Trust board member Leena van Deventer calls on a rape victim to be spat on  An enraged van Deventer  - a  writer and video game developer who has taught at RMIT and Swinburne University - doubled down on the victim, following up with another vicious tweet where she labelled her a 'sh*theel'.   'I hope she falls into a well,' van Deventer tweeted.  The Victorian Women's Trust had...
    Democratic U.S. Senate nominee Rep. Tim Ryan (D-OH) deemed his Republican opponent J.D. Vance a “weirdo” who isn’t to be trusted Ryan appeared on Friday’s edition of The ReidOut, where Joy Reid highlighted comments Vance made in January, five months before the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade and the constitutional right to abortion. Vance predicted that billionaire Democratic donor George Soros would send “a 747 to Columbus to load up disproportionately Black women to get them to go have abortions in California.” Reid welcomed Ryan to the show and jokingly asked, “Do you agree with said conspiracy theory?” “He has a way of wrapping it all together, doesn’t he, Joy” Ryan responded. “It’s absolutely incredible to think that this guy wants to be in the United States Senate. I mean, generally speaking, you’d say, ‘This is a pretty weird guy, you know. This is a weirdo.” The Democratic nominee stated Vance has a penchant for wanting to control other people. “He has a bias toward wanting to control,” he continued. “It’s control [of] women primarily, whether it’s telling them that...
    The New York Yankees have been fortunate to have slugger Aaron Judge helping them out this season, but they don’t have much trust in him. The New York Yankees have been fortunate to have slugger Aaron Judge helping them out this season. Though he should be appreciated, he broke trust with the franchise before the season even began. According to the New York Post, Ken Rosenthal discussed that Judge was presented with an extension but denied it. Rosenthal stated, “He was not pleased when the Yankees announced what they offered him around Opening Day.” New York reportedly offered him $213.5 million over seven years, so it was certainly a hefty contract. He enters free agency after this season, so the Yankees lost trust in him staying with New York for years to come. Judge will likely be highly sought-after once he hits the market, and he’d be worth a lot, so New York will have to dish out a massive offer to keep the slugger around. Though New York has several talented players, there’d be a huge hole left behind if...
    A 27-year veteran of the Freehold Township Police Department has admitted to illegally accessing information from a law-enforcement computer database for personal use, authorities said. Lt. John Todd, 58, pleaded guilty to a count of computer theft during a court hearing on Friday, Sept. 16, according to Acting Monmouth County Prosecutor Lori Linskey. An investigation by the Prosecutor’s Office’s Professional Responsibility and Bias Crime Unit revealed that on Feb. 23, for personal reasons, Todd contacted a police radio dispatcher asking for personal information about an individual from the Criminal Justice Information System (CJIS), a database that exists strictly for law-enforcement purposes, Linskey said. Todd then passed that information along to a third party, who was not a member of law enforcement, she said. Under the terms of Todd’s plea, he will permanently forfeit public employment in New Jersey, receive a term of probation, and pay nearly $1,000 in fines. Todd will also apply to enroll in New Jersey’s Pretrial Intervention Program (PTI), which provides first-time offenders with opportunities for alternatives to traditional prosecution.  Had he proceeded to indictment and trial, Todd could have faced up to five years in prison and tens of thousands...
    As its 100th birthday approaches, the iconic Hollywood sign is getting a bit of a makeover. Cue the inevitable jokes about celebrity face-lifts and nips and tucks because the aging letters are getting a fresh paint job. Although it might take a couple gallons to cover your bedroom walls, the nonprofit Hollywood Sign Trust will use 400 gallons of High Reflective White SW 7757 from Sherwin Williams to make the city’s biggest star shine brighter. Each letter stands 45 feet tall, and the paint jobs will take 10 people about eight weeks, according to the Hollywood Sign Trust and Sherwin Williams. Preparation begins Monday, and painting and priming will start Oct. 3. The sign was last painted in 2012. “We do it about every 10 years. That’s about the life cycle of the paint. It’ll be completely redone,” said Jeff Zarrinnam, the chair of the Hollywood Sign Trust, which maintains and repairs the sign. “The Hollywood sign is getting its new makeover just in time for its 100th anniversary. We want it to be looking in tip-top...
    Getty Xavi has backed Ferran Torres. Barcelona coach Xavi Hernandez has handed his full backing to misfiring forward Ferran Torres who has been criticized by supporters since arriving at the club from Manchester City in January. Torres cost Barcelona €55 million from Pep Guardiola’s side but has only scored once in six appearances this season and is no longer guaranteed a place in the starting XI following the arrivals of Robert Lewandowski and Raphinha. Xavi was asked about Torres at a pre-match press conference before his team’s La Liga clash with Elche on Saturday, September 17 and gave his full backing to the Spain international. “I have a lot of trust in Ferran. People shouldn’t just take into account the goals he scores, but also the intensity, the rhythm, his press, how he plays with his teammates,” he said. “The other day he assisted and he scored and that’s what I like to see. Besides sacrificing himself for the team he also helped us. He’s an important player for me and the team.” Torres has now played a...
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    CNN announced a new morning show featuring Trump-hating anchor Don Lemon alongside two others despite the new CEO pledging to restore trust in the media.  Poppy Harlow and Kaitlan Collins will be featured with Lemon in the revamped morning show with a brand new name and set. The show will debut in October. Don Lemon is set to appear CNN's new morning show. Lemon is notoriously known for slamming Trump and the GOP The trio's production is set to replace the 'New Day' show hosted by John Berman and Brianna Keilar that runs from 6 to 9am.   'There is no stronger combination of talent than Don, Poppy, and Kaitlan to deliver on our promise of a game-changing morning news program,' CEO Chris Licht wrote in a statement.  'They are uniquely intelligent, reliable and compelling; together they have a rare and palpable chemistry. Combined with CNN's resources and global newsgathering capabilities, we will offer a smart, bold and refreshing way to start the day.'  The call is one of Licht's most prominent decisions as he seeks to rid of and steer...
    The billionaire founder of the outdoor apparel brand Patagonia is giving away the company to a trust that will use its profit to fight the climate crisis. Yvon Chouinard, 83, said on Wednesday that instead of selling the company or taking it public, he would transfer his family's ownership to the trust and a non-profit organization. Chouinard became famous for alpine climbs in Yosemite National Park and has a net worth of $1.2 billion.  'Each year, the money we make after reinvesting in the business will be distributed as a dividend to help fight the crisis,' he wrote in an open letter on the company's website. 'Instead of extracting value from nature and transforming it into wealth for investors, we'll use the wealth Patagonia creates to protect the source of all wealth.'  Patagonia will now be owned by Patagonia Purpose Trust while non-voting stock goes to the Holdfast Collective and all profits invested in environmental causes Founder Yvon Chouinard (pictured), a pioneering rock climber, established the company in the 1970s in California  Patagonia, worth about $3billion, will continue to operate as...
    JEOPARDY! guest host LeVar Burton has taken a swipe at the show's ex-producer, Mike Richards, during a recent Q&A panel. The actor admitted that he "doesn't trust him" after their nasty feud. 5LeVar Burton was a fan-favorite host when he guest hosted the show for numerous episodesCredit: ABC 5Executive producer Mike Richards took over as permanent host until he stepped down after past comments resurfacedCredit: Reuters This past weekend, LeVar spoke at a Q&A panel at Rose City Comic Con in Portland, Oregon. He answered fan questions about his time on the show and what his thoughts were on the co-hosts situation. Mayim Bialik and Ken Jennings were both named permanent hosts of the upcoming season after the show had to find Alex Trebek's replacement. "Jeopardy! hired the hosts they wanted, so it's all good," he told a fan. READ MORE JEOPARDY!'BAD BET' Jeopardy! contestant floors fans with 'garbage' decision in Ken-hosted gameCOVER YOUR EYES! Jeopardy! fans spot NSFW visual clue in Ken's 1st game as official host The Star Trek actor had mostly positive...
    Among Never Trump conservatives, there has been a lot of debate over whether former President Donald Trump or Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis would be more dangerous to have in the White House in 2025. One school of Never Trumper thought argues that Trump would be more dangerous because he is undisciplined and lacks self-control; another Never Trumper argument, however, is that DeSantis would be more dangerous because he is a more focused and disciplined version of Trump. But one thing those Never Trumpers agree on is that the MAGA movement in general has an authoritarian mindset. Conservative Daily Beast opinion columnist Matt Lewis, in a September 13 column, analyzes some of the MAGA Republicans who are being mentioned as possible post-Trump options for the GOP — namely, DeSantis and Blake Masters, who is running against incumbent Democratic Sen. Mark Kelly in Arizona’s 2022 U.S. Senate race. And the main thing they have in common, according to Lewis, is an affinity for “heavy-handed” authoritarianism. “Ever since Donald Trump came down that gold-plated escalator in 2015, the American right has relied more...
    A female teacher at a pricey private school in Florida was arrested Sunday for allegedly having sex with one of her students.  Jamie Melton, 42, was charged with sexual battery upon being taken into custody a day after a warrant was issued for her arrest. She's a language and literature teacher at Carrollwood Day School in Tampa, a $25,000-a-year school serving second through 12th grade in Tampa Bay.  Melton was charged with having 'sexual relations' with a student over the age of 12 but under the age of 18, according to Carroll Principal Sara Rubenstein. In a statement, Hillsborough County Sheriff Chad Chronister said: 'This woman was a trusted member of this community who was responsible for the education and well-being of students. Instead she violated that trust.' Jamie Melton, 42, was charged with sexual battery upon being taken into custody a day after a warrant was issued for her arrest Melton is a language and literature teacher at Carrollwood Day School in Tampa, a $25,000-a-year school serving second through 12th grade in Tampa Bay Melton was charged with having 'sexual...
    Ga DPH Across the state of Georgia, the total number of opioid-related overdose deaths increased by 207% from 2010 to 2020. In Brantley, Pierce and Ware counties, opioid use and overdoses have steadily increased over the last ten years as well. Equipped with both this knowledge and the personal experiences and exposures to opioid-related overdoses and deaths, local community partners across the three counties knew action had to be taken to improve outcomes for those affected by Opioid Use Disorder (OUD) and Substance Use Disorder (SUD). The Trust Partnership, a tri-county coalition, was established in November 2020 as community entities and organizations met to discuss the deep-reaching effect across Brantley, Pierce and Ware counties that occurred due to the collision of the COVID-19 pandemic and the national opioid overdose epidemic. The mission of the Trust Partnership is to create a safety net for those suffering from OUD/SUD, engaging professional and lay leaders from the tri-county region to collaboratively develop strategies that will address prevention, rescue, treatment and recovery. This year,...
    by Anthony Hennen   Pennsylvania is set to spend $1 billion from the National Opioid Settlement – and the focus is on the county level. Pennsylvania’s share of the $26 billion settlement will be divvied up so that 70% goes to counties, 15% is appropriated by the General Assembly, and 15% goes to counties involved in the opioid litigation, subdivisions, district attorneys, and special districts. States were given discretion to spend and allocate the money however deemed appropriate. The money, which comes from three major pharmaceutical distributors – Cardinal, McKesson, and AmerisourceBergen, along with opioid manufacturer Johnson & Johnson — will be paid out over 18 years (and nine years in the case of J&J), with the bulk of it in the first five years. So far, about $40 million has been disbursed to counties. “The aim of the board of trustees is that we want local government to be able to allocate those dollars as they see fit,” said Rep. Jim Gregory, R-Hollidaysburg, who was appointed to the 13-member opioid settlement trust by House Speaker Bryan Cutler, R-Quarryville. “They...
    Getty Pro Bowl WR A.J. Brown has embraced Philadelphia Eagles culture on the field and away from it. The Philadelphia Eagles almost lost a key offensive starter before the season even started. A.J. Brown endured a scary scene at Friday’s practice after getting stung by a bee about 15 minutes before the first whistle blew. The Pro Bowl receiver had a panicked look on his face with his hands clasped to his head. Brown stuck out like a sore thumb on the field as his teammates, unaware of the bug bite, stretched and warmed up around him. When a reporter posted a picture of the odd pose, the $100 million playmaker responded in a now-deleted tweet (h/t to NBC Sports Philadelphia for the screen grab) that revealed the potentially dangerous issue. So, what happened? Why did he look so perturbed? Well, he is allergic to bees and needed an EpiPen shot. This marked the first time Brown had been stung since he was 5 years old. The star player told The Inquirer’s Josh Tolentino he was worried how...
    Days after the Jan. 6 Capitol attack, a Kentucky pastor declared a “curse” on “those that have stolen” the 2020 election from former President Trump. “I curse you with weakness in your body, I curse you with poverty, I curse you with the worst year you’ve ever had, in the name of the Lord,” said Bob Rodgers of Evangel World Prayer Center in a sermon that went viral. But the Louisville preacher himself was about to have a bad year. This week, he was embroiled in a civil trial in Jefferson County, accused of aiding a scheme that allegedly bilked hundreds of thousands of dollars from the estate of an elderly California woman and helped enrich his megachurch’s cemetery and Christian confidants. On Thursday, the case was settled. One plaintiff’s lawyer told The Daily Beast the terms of the settlement are confidential. Evangel declined to comment when reached Thursday afternoon. For three years, Rodgers and other members of his flock were embroiled in a legal war over the millions that Ruth Hugh left beneficiaries, including televangelist Pat Roberson’s Christian Broadcasting...
    American democracy is at a breaking point, and it’s happening at all levels of government, not just in our nation’s capital. Many people blame political polarization. But the root of the problem is the decline in ethical behavior of our civic leaders. When public figures cross ethical lines, public trust suffers. Cross the line enough times, the line disappears forever. Trust is destroyed. Without public trust, democracy dies. As a professional ethicist, I worked with the City of Santa Clara from 1998 to 2015 to develop a practical code of ethics and award-winning training programs for its political campaigns and government decision making. Today in the city, I see the most egregious collapse of ethics of any institution I’ve worked with in three decades. The decline started in 2010 when the San Francisco 49ers won a campaign to build a new stadium and started their dominance of Santa Clara politics. They’ve been shaping the politics of the city ever since. The team’s influence has spilled over into city government and impacted the ethical behavior of its public officials. In 2020, 49ers...
    Jackson, Mississippi, and Flint, Michigan (CNN)Six-year-old Charles Wilson V is scared to drink out of the water fountain at his school."I will die," he says matter-of-factly when asked the reason why.It's a fear his father agrees with. At home in Jackson, Mississippi, Charles Wilson III -- who lost his first namesake son when he was just a baby -- gets bottled water for his family to drink, and he boils water for everything else.The water is back on in Jackson after historic flooding took out the water treatment plant where pumps were already failing, but the Wilson family has lost faith."We've been crying about our water for a long time," said the older Wilson.Read MoreCharles Wilson III believes his son's health has been hurt by the tap water in Jackson, Mississippi. Nearly a year before the headline-grabbing shutdown, Wilson and hundreds of other residents sued the city saying lead in the water was silently poisoning their children.The city's water system in early 2020 failed an Environmental Protection Agency inspection, which found the drinking water had the potential to be host...
    A therapist has revealed the 10 parenting tips she swears by to create a 'safe' relationship between parent and child.   Jessica MacNair, 41, from Arlington County, Virginia, a licensed therapist with more than 20 years' experience, said parents should seek consent before hugging their child, never use food as a reward, and never comment on body types.  The mother-of-two, who posts on TikTok, said she follows the advice with her own sons, aged 10 and 13, and hopes other parents might find the tips useful.  However the tips have proved divisive with viewers, with some claiming they go 'too far'.  Jessica MacNair has shared her parenting advice on TikTok and has been met with a divide in opinions - but many parents agree with what she says  Jessica MacNair's top tips for healthy parenting 1. Ask you children for consent if you want to give them a hug 2. Never discuss finance in front of them  3. Don't judge your children for their sexuality, gender or feelings  4. Don't comment on your child's body shape  5. Teach them NOT to trust authority...
    CELEBRITIES BORN ON THIS DAY: Evan Rachel Wood, 35; Shannon Elizabeth, 49; Toby Jones, 56; Michael Emerson, 68. Happy Birthday: Idle time is the enemy. A tight schedule jam-packed with deadlines will keep you moving forward and excited about life, love and your overall well-being. Trust your instincts and know when to sprint and when to sit back and regenerate. Your ability to read situations clearly will encourage you to help others. Mix business with pleasure, and you’ll surpass expectations. Your numbers are 2, 14, 20, 26, 31, 33, 46. ARIES (March 21-April 19): Your hard work will pay off, and what you gain in the process will motivate you to keep moving forward. The confidence you earn and the backing of influential people will lead to better days ahead. Progress and rewards are heading your way. 4 stars TAURUS (April 20-May 20): Indecisiveness will be your downfall. Put time and effort into fact-finding and assessing situations. Decisions will factor into how much respect you receive from others. Don’t let your emotions interfere with doing what’s right and best for...
    The South Florida Sun Sentinel’s Chris Perkins, Dave Hyde and David Furones discuss the level of trust the team has in QB Tua Tagovailoa and give their predictions for the season. ()
    Both millennials and Generation Zers are avid consumers of news, with nearly 80% reporting that they consume news every day. A new AP-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research survey found that nearly a third of the group is also willing to pay for news. Just 23% of the group, which ranges from 16-40 years old, has a positive view of the media in general. They're more likely to trust local media outlets, but trust in those entities is scarce as well. PRIVACY GROUP PETITIONS FTC TO STOP BIG TECH FROM GETTING INTO THE CAR INDUSTRY FILE - The Facebook app is shown on a smart phone in Surfside, Fla., April 23, 2021. A survey of people ages 16 to 40 finds that millennials and Generation Z follow the news, but they aren't that happy with what they're seeing. The study conducted by The Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research and the American Press Institute says 79% of people follow news daily, contrary to perceptions that many are tuned out. (AP Photo/Wilfredo Lee, File)...
    By Travis Loller | Associated Press A library where Rosa Parks, John Lewis and other civil rights leaders forged strategies that would change the world is mired in controversy over who gets to tell its story. On one side are preservationists who want to turn the Highlander Folk School library into a historic site. On the other, political organizers say Highlander never stopped pursuing social justice and should recover the building as a stolen part of its legacy. Enraged by race-mixing at the Highlander Folk School in the 1950s, Tennessee officials confiscated the property and auctioned it off in pieces in a vain attempt at stifling the civil rights movement. The library is one of the few remaining campus buildings. But Highlander as an institution never really closed — it just moved locations. It lives on today as the Highlander Research and Education Center, whose leaders are rallying opposition to listing the library in the National Register of Historic Places, saying they were frozen out of the process. David Currey, a board member at the Tennessee Preservation Trust, has managed...
    The Department of Defense is leaning on new policies as the solution to the problem of sexual assault in the military, which has hit a record high for female troops. They estimate that roughly 35,875 active-duty service members were forced into unwanted sexual contact. Approximately 19,250 of them were female and 16,600 were male, according to the 2021 Annual Report on Sexual Assault in the Military, which the Pentagon released on Thursday. Roughly 8.4% of all female service members and 1.5% of male service members were the victims of such incidents, and the figure for women is the highest since the department started tracking these statistics in 2006. WOMEN IN MILITARY REPORT HIGHEST SEXUAL ASSAULT TOTALS SINCE TRACKING BEGAN IN 2006 Various defense officials briefed reporters about the “significant increase in sexual assault prevalence,” though they repeatedly brought up Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin’s approval of many of the recommendations provided by the Independent Review Commission on Sexual Assault. One of those recommendations is the hiring of specialized professionals tasked with preventing the assaults. “We have been sprinting over the...
    Shortly after Rick Caruso announced his run for mayor in February, he promised to give up day-to-day leadership of his company and put his holdings into a blind trust to head off potential conflicts of interest, if elected. The mayoral race is still underway, but Caruso moved forward with the first part of that pledge Thursday, stepping aside as chief executive of the real estate development firm known simply as Caruso and elevating company executive Corinne Verdery into the CEO’s role. But Caruso’s promise to put his holdings, which include the Grove shopping center, into a blind trust, drew fire Thursday from his mayoral rival, Rep. Karen Bass, and two government ethics experts who called it an inadequate step that would invite conflicts of interest. “Real estate developers have long sought to influence decisions at City Hall. We won’t let that happen in Los Angeles,” Bass said in a Thursday morning tweet. Caruso campaign spokesperson Peter Ragone countered that Caruso “is the only candidate who has pledged to appoint an ethics czar who will oversee all aspects of...
    Dan Bongino seemed to take shots at his Fox News colleague, Steve Doocy, over his FBI defenses throughout the political saga of the bureau’s search at Mar-a-Lago. Bongino joined Brian Kilmeade on Wednesday to discuss the Justice Department’s accusation that Donald Trump’s team attempted to “conceal and remove” the classified documents the former president was keeping at his Florida estate. The conversation also gravitated around the accusations against retired FBI agent Timothy Thibault, plus the DOJ’s argument that Trump not only lacks the legal standing for a “special master,” but having one would lead to the detriment of U.S. national security interests. When asked for his take on the Mar-a-Lago revelations, Bongino once again declared his emphatic disdain for the FBI. He did so by expressing his difference of opinion with other people at Fox News, “even on the couch.” BONGINO: You know what I like about working here is there’s a lot of different people with a lot of different opinions, even on the couch. I disagree strongly with people at the network who want to default to trusting...
    South Dakota Governor Kristi Noem (R) bashed the Justice Department by making the cynical argument that their newly-disclosed information about the classified documents from Mar-a-Lago cannot be trusted. In an interview with Fox & Friends on Wednesday, Noem was asked about the DOJ’s filing which says they have evidence that Donald Trump “concealed and removed” classified documents as part of a likely effort to “obstruct the government’s investigation” into the documents the ex-president had at Mar-a-Lago. The filing also included a photo of the more than 100 documents the FBI confiscated from Trump’s residence, including documents marked “top secret” or “sensitive compartmentalized information” (SCI). Asked if this justifies the FBI’s search, Noem went on a tangent that “Republicans, Democrats, the public, they don’t trust the DOJ and they want this to be transparent.” She also scoffed at the DOJ’s “ridiculous” argument that Trump’s demanded appointment of a special master is “unnecessary and would significantly harm important governmental interests, including national security interests. “Hiding these documents and this information, keeping it within the DOJ is wrong,” she said. “It needs to...
    San Diego Padres slugger Fernando Tatis Jr. has presented quite a few unexpected turns this season, and he’s faced with another one regarding his injury. San Diego Padres slugger Fernando Tatis Jr. has had quite the year — and hardly in a good way. He didn’t play any MLB games due to injury, and right when he was about to make his season debut, he got suspended for PED use. Now, right when he was about to get shoulder surgery while serving his 80-game suspension, it got postponed due to a non-COVID illness. The Padres say Fernando Tatis Jr.’s shoulder surgery was postponed due to a non-COVID-related illness (strep throat/fever). An update will be provided when the surgery is rescheduled. — Dennis Lin (@dennistlin) August 30, 2022 Tatis reportedly has strep throat and a fever. It’s unclear when his surgery will be rescheduled. The surgery was to repair the labrum in his left shoulder, which he reportedly turned down having last offseason. Things seem to be going downhill for the young player.Padres slugger Fernando Tatis Jr. continues to face difficultiesTatis’...
    CORONATION Street bosses have cast Batman and Hellboy actress Helene Maksoud as the scorned wife of scheming conman Stephen Reid. The actress, who also appeared in a recurring stint on EastEnders earlier this year, will play the role of Gabrielle Reid who turns up on the street in a bid to track down her estranged husband. 4Actress Helene Maksoud will play Stephen Reid's scorned wife GabrielleCredit: ITV 4Stephen has left fans suspicious ever since he returned to the cobbles earlier this yearCredit: ITV Gabrielle will arrive on the cobbles next week after she discovers that Stephen has moved to Weatherfield. The businesswoman will demand Stephen (played by Todd Boyce) hand over the €200,000 he stole from her.   Fans have been anticipating the arrival of Gabrielle after Stephen has been seen in recent weeks using his former wife’s credit cards to pay for expensive gifts for his family in Weatherfield.  Helene - who will be joining the soap on a temporary basis - has also appeared in a number of other TV shows and films including Bridgerton, Shetland and...
    A JACKPOT of $4million dollars has been claimed from a scratch-off ticket making the winner the first of their kind in the state. The jackpot was the first in a Massachusetts $4million lottery game, but the winner's name remains anonymous. 1A Massachusetts lottery winner chose to remain anonymous when collecting their $4million dollar jackpot by opening a trust that could collect the winnings on their behalfCredit: Getty The Kit Kat Nominee Trust of Mattapoisett collected the multi-million dollar prize. This means trustee Patricia McArdle will take in the pre-tax, one-time payment of $2,600,000 on behalf of the anonymous winner, according to MassLive. Massachusetts' lottery actually doesn't allow its winners to remain anonymous. However, this doesn't stop people from going rogue and using the trust fund workaround. READ MORE LOTTERYLUCKY SECRET I won the lottery with my tested strategy - how I beat 1 in 878,399 oddsCASH TIPS I'm a finance expert, lottery winners need to follow these 9 rules to stay rich Even in states that have a mandatory announcement of the winner's name, they can often open...
    Rep. Ronny Jackson (R-TX) suggested that the FBI planted evidence at former President Donald Trump’s Mar-a-Lago estate, which they raided earlier this month. During an appearance on Tuesday’s Fox & Friends First, Jackson expressed skepticism over the FBI’s search of Mar-a-Lago, saying that the American people don’t have confidence in the FBI or Department of Justice: No one trusts the FBI or the DOJ anymore. I don’t trust them any further than I can throw that entire building. So this is just their attempt to try to stave off the special master. Who knows what they got out of there. I don’t trust these people at all. They came in, they spent nine hours in there. They walked in with backpacks, they kicked out the president’s lawyers, the Secret Service agents. Who knows, in my opinion, I’m just going to say, if they told me they found something I wouldn’t know that they actually found it there or said they found it there or if they just said they found it there. I don’t trust this organization anymore. The American...
    A WOKE NHS trust is under fire for saying “birthing people” rather than “mothers” or “women”. Furious critics have branded the latest example of PC tripe as dangerous "nonsense”. 1The trust came under fire for 'erasing' women who had given birthCredit: Getty In a Twitter post, Norfolk and Suffolk NHS Foundation Trust said it wanted to hear from “birthing people” who have used its perinatal services. But social media users blasted the “exclusionary” term. One, author Polly James, said: “How do you think women being treated by you for PTSD caused by birth trauma feel when you dehumanise them and obliterate the word ‘Mother’? It destroys the hard-won trust earned by your therapists for women like us.” Another, Shabda Cloud, said: “Birthing people? How many have you excluded in the name of inclusion? When was the last time you heard someone call themselves that? READ MORE ON THE NHSWINTER WOES Flu season could start as early as October, NHS fears - where to get your jabBACKLOG BUSTER NHS to open 50 surgical hubs capable of a MILLION extra ops per year...
    TATTOO artists get all kinds of crazy requests from people who have their sights set on batty ink. From the offensive to the ridiculous, there's not much these body artists haven't seen. 1Tattoo artists reveal the body art they absolutely refuse to doCredit: Getty If you've watched shows like Tattoo Fixers, you'll be surprised to hear that there are some designs that tattoo artists absolutely refuse to do. In a recent video on the Inked channel, some pro tattooists reveal what they've rejected and why they won't do it. New York tattoo artist Bradley Silver told of how one client had a unique request after seeing something on a porn performer. They were keen to have a star inked around their bum hole. Read more on tattoosTAT'S FASHION I’m a tattoo artist and these are the most overdone tattoo styles He said: "And I said, man I do not want to do that—but I will, for $5,000." Some tattoo artists will now flat out refuse to do couple names, after having the pair break-up mid-tattoo. FABULOUS BINGO: Get a £20 bonus &...