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    Jennifer Coolidge this week has confessed she slept with 200 people thanks to her well-known role as Stifler's Mom in American Pie over two decades ago. The 60-year-old actress, who became the original MILF (mother I'd like to f***) when the term was coined in the film by her teenage son's classmates, admitted she got 'a lot of sexual action' thanks to her performance in 1999. In an interview with Variety, the Legally Blonde star said: 'I got a lot of play at being a MILF and I got a lot of sexual action from American Pie.  'There were so many benefits to doing that movie. I mean, there would be like 200 people that I would never have slept with.'  But the Friends actress isn't the only A-lister who's been candid about the number of sexual partners they've had. Mariah Carey previously claimed she's 'kind of a prude' and has only 'been with five people', while Rolling Stones' Mick Jagger has reportedly 'slept with 4,000 women over the course of his life'. Here, FEMAIL reveals other celebrities who've been just...
    A YOUNG woman with saggy boobs has gone viral after revealing the five comments people always tell her. Boobs - whether they're big, on the smaller side, plump or saggy - are the one body part people always seem to comment on no matter what, and no one knows it better than this woman. 5The model revealed that most of these comments have come from menCredit: tiktok/@sp1cy.mamii 5Some will automatically assume she's had kidsCredit: tiktok/@sp1cy.mamii The award-winning freelance model, who goes by the username Sp1cy Mamii on social media, took it to TikTok to reveal the things she hears about her breasts, which she has compared to Cocker Spaniel's ears. In the now viral video, which has taken the internet by storm, racking up more than 40,000 views in less than a day, Sp1cy Mamii could be seen showing off her best dance moves in a bra and high-waisted shorts. As she danced, the blonde stunner said that people will often wonder if she's already had kids - something that many associate with saggy boobs. The second remark the young...
    A woman, 30, who is expecting a baby with her 60-year-old husband has opened up about the horrific hate that they receive on social media - including trolls who tell them he will be dead by the time their child is five. Larry and Mindy Mikla, from Florida, started dating in 2015; they met after Mindy got into a car accident and Larry, who was a police officer at the time, showed up to help her. They soon fell in love and tied the knot one year later - despite having a three-decade age gap. The couple is now expecting their first child together, but after sharing their happy baby news to social media in December, they started to receive furious backlash from users who told them things like, 'That kid isn't going to have a dad in five to 10 years,' and, 'It's sad the baby won't get to see his dad live long.' A woman, 30, who is expecting a baby with her 60-year-old husband has opened up about the horrific hate that they receive on social media...
    POLICE are responding to reports of multiple people shot under the Big Four Bridge. Officers responded to the scene just after 9pm. 1Big Four BridgeCredit: Getty EMS and police arrived on the scene to find three juveniles suffering from gunshot wounds. All three were transported to the hospital. One died of his injuries, Kuriger confirmed. Two additional victims showed up at the hospital with non-life-threatening injuries. Kuriger urged anyone with information to come forward and contact the He also urged parents to supervise their children on the weekends. More to follow...For the latest news on this story keep checking back at Sun Online. The-sun.com is your go-to destination for the best celebrity news, sports news, real-life stories, jaw-dropping pictures and must-see video. Like us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/TheSunUS and follow us from our main Twitter account at @TheUSSun. Most read in NewsPROTEST FEAR Panic at March for Our Lives rally in Washington as man tries to storm stageCOLLEGE ALERT Central State University active shooter warning as campus goes on lockdown'CLOSE TO HOME' Moment Texas coroner found bodies of teacher & kids he'd known...
    More than 800 people across the U.S. have been charged in the Jan. 6 riot at the U.S. Capitol, which left officers bloodied and sent lawmakers into hiding, and federal authorities continue to make new arrests practically every week. The charges against members of the angry pro-Trump mob range from low-level misdemeanors for those who only entered the Capitol to felony seditious conspiracy charges against far-right extremists. It’s the largest prosecution in the history of the Justice Department, whose leader, Attorney General Merrick Garland, has vowed to hold accountable “all January 6th perpetrators, at any level.” As the U.S. House committee investigating the attack prepares to hold a series of public hearings to detail its findings, here’s a look at where the criminal cases stand: ____ WHO HAS BEEN CHARGED? Authorities have arrested people in practically all 50 states in connection with the riot. They include former police officers and U.S. military veterans, a five-time Olympic swimming medalist and the son of a New York City judge. Hundreds of people who went inside but didn’t...
    ALMOST an entire family was wiped out following a fire at a Michigan home early Monday morning. Three children and their parents perished when their Flint home was engulfed in flames, said fire officials 4Five members of a family were killed when their home caught fire early Monday morningCredit: WNEM 4Three children and their parents perished in the flames, according to fire officialsCredit: WNEM The incident occurred around 4:40 in the morning, according to Flint Police Chief Terence Green. A fourth child managed to escape the blaze by climbing out of a window before being rushed to a local hospital. Their condition is unknown at this time. Fire Chief Raymond Barton said crews were met with heavy flames on the main floor of the home and thick smoke on the second floor. Barton could not say if there were working smoke detectors inside the home at the time of the fire. More Michigan StoriesSTREETS OF BLOOD Weekend bloodbath as 18 killed & 72 injured in 13 mass shootingsWHO ARE THEY? Mystery as bodies found in Detroit River after cops issue...
    Five people were taken into custody in Colombia on Friday for their alleged role in the assassination of a Paraguayan prosecutor, who was shot dead in front of his wife while they were celebrating their honeymoon on a Colombian beach last month. Marcelo Pecci, 45, was executed on Isla Barú outside the Caribbean coastal city of Cartagena on May 10. The gang members were reportedly paid $120,000 to carry out the hit, Colombian newspaper El Tiempo reported. Attorney General Francisco Barbosa said in a video statement that the suspects were arrested in Medellín as part of an operation involving Colombian and Paraguayan law enforcement agencies. Paraguayan prosecutor Marcelo Pecci (left) wed journalist Claudia Aguilera (right) in April and the paired traveled to Colombia for their post-nuptial celebration in May. Pecci was shot dead May 10 on a private beach near their hotel. On Friday, authorities arrested five people linked to the execution.  A Venezuelan man is among the five people who were taken into custody in Medellín, Colombia, on Friday for their role in the murder of Paraguayan prosecutor Marcelo...
    Norwegian bow and arrow killer Espen Andersen Bråthen has expressed regret for the murders he committed as the court released a new video of his deadly rampage.  On day five of the ongoing trial of the Muslim convert, who pleaded guilty to the murder of five people and attempted murder of 11 more in Hyttegata on October 12, 2021, Bråthen told the court that he wanted to explain himself. Bråthen apparently told the court that he wanted to apologise to everyone he shot an arrow at, and that 'I wish everyone who was killed was alive'. His words of contrition come as the prosecution released new CCTV footage of Bråthen scampering to the entrance of the supermarket where the rampage started, his bow and arrow half drawn ready to fire. After peering out into the street, the killer takes aim and fires an arrow at an unseen target, before momentarily  returning inside to reload and fire two more arrows. He is then seen stalking back into the Co-Op supermarket, where he then went off to commit a number of murders.   During the trial Bråthen...
    Law enforcement is looking for six people in connection to an underground marijuana grow that was discovered in Newberry Springs in March, the San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department announced on Monday. Five people have already been arrested in connection with the operation, where deputies found more than 6,000 marijuana plants and equipment. Investigators estimated the plants, found in an underground bunker, required a 6,000-gallon daily supply of water. The investigation began in August 2020, when law enforcement found more than 2,000 live, potted marijuana plants, eight greenhouses and more than 100 pounds of processed marijuana on a five-acre property about 20 miles east of Barstow, according to the Sheriff’s Department. At the time, there was only a single-story home on the property. The homeowner, Cheng Lin, was issued a citation. By November 2020, Lin had sold the property to Qiao Yan Liu, according to a criminal complaint, but continued to grow marijuana on the property. Authorities said they returned to the property on March 3 and found, in addition to the home, several sheds and a nondescript...
    A WOMAN has revealed how she started her slime company at just 13-years-old - and is now making millions just five years later. Jungmin Kang, now 18, from the US, is the founder of Snoopslimes, a kids toy company that turns colourful slime into tasty-looking desserts. 4Jungmin started her business at just 13-years-old, five years later its worth millions and she has a team of people working for herCredit: Snoopslimes 4Although not actually edible - Jungmin has lots of delicious looking slime that resembles dessertsCredit: Snoopslimes Although not edible, the delicious looking slime, which come in an array of designs from cupcakes to candy floss, has amassed a large following of over two million people on social media. Jungmin, who is still in high school, knew from a young age that she wanted to run her own business. She told People: "I tried all different things from trying to stream my craft videos to selling stickers to my friends." Soon she came across a video on social media featuring slime, at the time she didn't know people sold it so...
    CHICAGO -- Three girls were playing near an open fire hydrant Tuesday afternoon when gunfire erupted just half a block away in Back of the Yards on the South Side."I saw one person hit the floor immediately, and then a couple more started scattering and running toward where we were," said the girls' mother, 28, who lives in the 4800 block of South Ada Street where the shooting occurred around 4:30 p.m.Please note: The video in the player above is from a previous report. None of her daughters were hurt but five teens were hit by the gunfire, including a 19-year-old who was shot in the head and died.The attack was the first of two mass shootings that occurred five hours apart on the South Side. The second occurred about five miles away in Jackson Park and wounded six people. By day's end, at least 21 people were shot across Chicago.In the Back of the Yards shooting, police say a group of teens were standing outside when gunmen approached in a stolen red Mazda and opened fire.WATCH: Chicago police update...
    A pregnant woman who was expecting her second child was among at least 31 people who were killed in the alleged gas leak explosion that ripped through an iconic five-star hotel in Cuba on Friday. The Health Ministry confirmed the death of Yanisleidy Morales Almenteros, 34, as rescue workers with dogs searched through the rubble for people still missing at the Hotel Saratoga in La Habana on Sunday. Sandra González told Univision that she ran into Morales Almenteros as they were about to leave their homes for work Friday morning. 'I gave her a kiss. I told her we would see each other in the afternoon,' she said. 'She leaves behind a five-year-old child, a boy.' Yanisleidy Morales Almenteros was killed in the alleged gas leak explosion at the Hotel Saratoga in Cuba on Friday. The blast left 31 people dead, including four children, the youngest a 10-year-old boy Rescue workers continued the search for people missing at the Hotel Saratoga on Sunday Firefighters and rescue workers remove debris from the ruins of the Saratoga Hotel  in La Habana, Cuba...
    PALO ALTO — Authorities arrested four people on suspicion of organized retail theft Friday after they shoplifted from a clothing story and got into a hit-and-run crash while they were fleeing the scene, police said. On Apr. 22 at about 2:07 p.m., Palo Alto police responded to a report of clothing theft from the staff at Lululemon at 432 University Avenue, in which the suspects fled in a BMW X5 sport utility vehicle, according to a police news release. Officers got another call a minute later about a hit-and-run collision on Homer Avenue and Cowper Street involving a similar vehicle. Three women and one man entered the store, grabbed several items and fled to a getaway vehicle without paying, according to authorities. Lululemon staff got a description of the vehicle and the license plate. As they were driving south on Cowper Street, the driver ran a stop sign at the intersection with Homer Avenue, hitting a driver in a 2010 Toyota pick-up truck going west, police said. The driver of the BMW didn’t stop and fled the scene. There were...
    COPENHAGEN, Denmark (AP) – A man who killed five people and wounded four others in southern Norway last year when he attacked strangers with a bow and arrows and knives was charged Friday with murder and attempted murder. He is scheduled to stand trial next month. The suspect, Espen Andersen Bråthen, has confessed to the killings. The five victims were fatally stabbed. He faces 11 counts of attempted murder for allegedly shooting at people with a bow and arrows in Kongsberg, a former mining town of 26,000 people. The Oct. 13 attacks started inside a grocery store. Andersen Bråthen, 38, also is accused of causing bodily harm, threatening behavior, refusing to obey police orders and tossing knives at officers. Norway: Police Confirm Suspected Bow and Arrow Killer a Convert to Islam, Flagged for Radicalisation https://t.co/br4JWWaJss — Breitbart London (@BreitbartLondon) October 14, 2021 He was arrested more than half an hour after he allegedly started firing arrows inside the store and attacking people inside their homes. Norwegian prosecutors want Andersen Bråthen sentenced to compulsory mental health care, saying he was in...
    Five members of a family and their dog have been found dead in a house in Duluth in what the police chief described as an 'unimaginable tragedy'. Neighbors told The Minnesota Star Tribune that a family of four lived there, with two preteen girls.  The fifth deceased person in the house, a man, is the suspect, Fox 21 reported. Police were initially called to a property around seven miles away, for a welfare check at 11:18am in the Duluth suburb of Hermantown. When no one answered, Hermantown police contacted their Duluth colleagues, who were warned that a person inside the house may be armed. Duluth police then surrounded the house in the East Hillside district of their city. The property was known to police, Chief Mike Tusken said. Police in Duluth, Minnesota, were called to a house in the East Hillside district on Wednesday Officers were alerted by police in the suburb of Hermantown, who had initially been called to a welfare check at a property in Hermantown. Finding no answer, they alerted Duluth authorities Heavily-armed police with shields are seen arriving...
    Former Bush strategist and failed Texas Democrat lieutenant gubernatorial candidate Matthew Dowd said Tuesday on MSNBC’s  “Deadline” that red states with “lax gun laws” had the most gun violence. Dowd said, “The last data we have available, more than 45,000 people in America in 2020 died from gun violence. That’s more people in one year died of gun violence in America that have died throughout this entire war this Ukraine. More people died in one year from America from gun violence. If you think about it, and I know this gets into a political argument and all that, the top five states for gun violence, top five, are Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana, Missouri, and Wyoming. The bottom five states are Rhode Island, Hawaii, Massachusetts, New Jersey, and New York. There’s a direct correlation to where there’s lax gun laws, to where there’s strict gun laws in how much gun violence there is.” He continued, “Bravo to the president for doing his thing on ghost guns, which I know some people on the right reacted to. All he did was say that ghost...
    DAILY Covid cases in the UK have dropped on last week by 38 per cent. New infections reported today fell from 80,830 last Tuesday, to 50,202 in the last 24 hours. 1 It is a sign the second Omicron wave is dipping, after thousands of people picked up BA.2 in the last month. This variant is milder, especially among the vaccinated, and so most people recover after a few days at home. But it does spread faster and get around prior immunity better, so it can infect more people more quickly. The government now wants Brits to treat Covid like any other respiratory illness, encouraging them to stay away from others if unwell. Read more on CovidBUG BEAR The 6 reasons some people get Covid and others have never been infectedSPOT CHECK Full list of 12 official Covid symptoms on NHS as free testing ends It comes as deaths have reached highs last seen in early February, at the end of the first Omicron wave. Today 368 fatalities have been recorded, in a tragic pattern that often follows a rise...
    COVID isolation rules are being relaxed with confirmed cases advised to stay at home for just five days. Current guidance states infected Brits should remain indoors for ten days if they continue to test positive. 2Brits can leave isolation earlier if they have two consecutive negative lateral flow checks after day fiveCredit: Alamy 2Health Secretary Sajid Javid said regular screening of NHS and care staff for Covid will be scrapped once the current spike in infections endsCredit: Alamy But they can leave earlier if they have two consecutive negative lateral flow checks after day five. It comes as Sajid Javid last night said regular screening of NHS and care staff for Covid will be scrapped once the current spike in infections ends. The Health Secretary revealed twice weekly checks will only remain during “higher prevalence” of the virus. Despite near record numbers of infections, he confirmed access to free testing will end for the vast majority of people later this week. Read more on Covid rulesVIRAL RULEBOOK Major change to Covid rules will affect all Brits THIS WEEK But lateral...
    IT'S official: the best sleep comes from huddling under a cozy blanket in a quiet, cool room. That’s according to a new survey of 2,000 Americans that found just two in five would rate their quality of sleep as “excellent” (41 percent). Further, less than a third of adults feel refreshed when waking up in the morning (30 percent). 3The best nighttime routine for great sleep has been revealedCredit: Getty 3People prefer their rooms to be at the right temperature before jumping into bedCredit: Getty A report from the Division of Sleep Medicine at Harvard Medical School cited the various effects sleep has on wellness, such as reducing the risks of serious health conditions and increasing the chances of a greater lifespan. This could be why seven in 10 Americans said they need their nighttime environment to be a certain way to get their best sleep (71 percent). The average person falls asleep by 10 p.m., but nearly a fifth of respondents go to bed later than this. Those who claim they have “excellent” sleep prefer to hit the hay a little...
    A MUM-of-two has revealed how she earned $100,000 in FIVE months with a simple side hustle. Tech-savvy Jasmine McCall decided to take a bad experience and use it as inspiration to keep on top of her financial affairs, while helping others along the way. 3Jasmine McCall decided to turn her bad experience into a positive oneCredit: YouTube/JazzyMac 3The mum launched her spectacular side hustle while 8 months pregnantCredit: YouTube/JazzyMac The 30-year-old explained how she had a rude awakening after realizing how a poor credit history can hold you back. Forgetting to repay her first credit bill left her unable to open a bank account just as she headed to college at age 18 and with a bad credit score on her record. Raised by single mother alongside five of her siblings, Jasmine was no stranger to financial hardship. She said: "At this point in my life, I've done really well for myself, but I will never forget the feeling of constantly being rejected because my mom had bad credit." Her money mismanagement encouraged her to delve behind the...
    The Johnson & Johnson (J&J) COVID-19 vaccine was not nearly as effective as its peers at preventing hospitalization from the virus, a new study of elderly patients finds. A French research team found that 28 days after administration of the single-dose J&J shot, and the second dose of the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine, the J&J recipients were 5.2 times more likely to be hospitalized with Covid than those who got the Pfizer shot.  Overall hospitalizations in the study were low, though, with basically zero percent of Pfizer recipients and less than 0.5 percent of J&J recipients recording hospitalizations.  The J&J shot quickly fell out of favor in the U.S. after receiving authorization in spring of 2020, often regarded as less effective that the Pfizer or Moderna shots. Some vaccine providers have stopped offering it, and it is far and away the least popular of the three shots available to Americans.  Researchers found that elderly people who received the J&J COVID-19 vaccine were at a significantly higher risk of hospitalization than those who received the Pfizer shot Overall hospitalization rates among people who...
    INFLATION rates have hit a new high this year and many people are looking for ways to make extra income. The good thing is that you might not even have to leave your home to do it. 1A roommate can help you pay for your mortgageCredit: Getty There are multiple ways you can turn your home into another stream of income and we have rounded up the best five just for you. 1. Get a Roommate The first way to make money is to rent out a room in your home. Roommates can help you cover mortgage costs, utility expenses, homeowner association fees and other monthly housing bills. If this is an avenue you would like to take, the amount you can rent out a room for will depend on quite a few factors, like location and amenities your home will offer. For instance, you could charge an extra $150 if the bedroom has a great view. Since there are multiple things to consider when determining your rental rate, the best thing to do is to research and...
    The U.S. has warned that a Russian invasion of eastern Ukraine could displace up to five million people, triggering one of the world's largest refugee crises. A state of emergency was declared by the Ukrainian government and approved by parliament as 200,000 military reservists were called up, border zones were restricted and three million Ukrainians were told to leave Russia. The whole country was placed on a war footing with Kiev acknowledging for the first time that an attack could now take place anywhere, at any time. Linda Thomas-Greenfield, U.S. ambassador to the United Nations, told a security council meeting in New York that a Russian invasion into eastern Ukraine could displace up to five million people. She said an invasion could cause famine in other countries with a rise in bread prices expected given Russia and Ukraine produce around 30 per cent of wheat exports globally. Linda Thomas-Greenfield, U.S. ambassador to the United Nations, has warned that a Russian invasion of eastern Ukraine could displace up to five million people, triggering one of the world's largest refugee crises Russian volunteers carry medical...
    "It is dangerous. It is lethal, and it is fast. And it is ravaging our community," he concluded. KUSA reported that deaths related to fentanyl use in Colorado doubled in just one year from 2019 to 2020, the last year those statistics are available. “Fentanyl’s no good, man,” said Marquez. “It’s the devil. It must of just took them just like that. All five of them." Here's a local news report about the incident: 'It's the devil': Dad speaks out after son, several others found dead of likely fentanyl overdose www.youtube.com
    Five people were found dead in an apartment on Sunday afternoon, along with unknown substances that police speculate could be "illicit narcotics." Three women and two men were discovered dead inside the apartment, according to officers from the Commerce City Police Department in Colorado, 9News reported. A baby and an adult were also discovered and were taken to the hospital, according to police. "I hope the parents were not in there, but I've been doing this long enough I would probably be safe to suggest that the parents probably were inside," said Commerce City Police Chief Clint Nichols. WOMAN KILLED BY STRAY BULLET IN ANNAPOLIS AFTER DROPPING HER SON OFF AT NAVAL ACADEMY "And so for the infant — that's going to be a long time without parents," Nichols said. Around 3:45 p.m., emergency services personnel arrived at the apartment after receiving a call about people being unconscious, according to the police. Police are unclear as to who made the call. CLICK HERE TO READ MORE FROM THE WASHINGTON EXAMINER The apartment...
    VALENTINE’S Day can be either the most romantic day of your life or it can be filled with angst and sorrow thanks to the reminder that you’re single.  For those experiencing heartache this Valentine’s Day, a psychologist has shared four ways to cope in a healthy manner. 4Valentine's Day can be brutal for those who are unhappy about being singleCredit: Getty 4An expert suggested using the day to remember how valuable you are as a personCredit: Corbis - Getty TRY NOT TO MAKE RASH DECISIONS Dr. Rumina Taylor, a clinical psychologist for online therapy service HelloSelf, said she often sees people make the mistake of jumping into a relationship so they’re not single on Valentine’s Day. “Valentine’s Day can be a trigger for memories of a relationship that has been lost.  “Heartbreak is painful and heavy and for some, it can feel like failure; that a relationship has not been able to be kept but instead ended. “For others, it can lead to impulsive behavior,” she explained. “Many people choose to enter new relationships on a whim as this feels...
    China has reported two deaths from avian flu after confirming five new cases of H5N6, with the World Health Organisation calling for 'urgent' action. Experts have been concerned at the rising number of bird flu cases among humans in China, and have warned the strain could be more infectious for humans. Five people - four men and one woman - in Sichuan province, Zhejiang province, and the Guangxi Autonomous Region were infected with the bird flu strain in 2021, The Sun reported, citing the Hong Kong health department. Two of those people have now died, with the other three currently in hospital fighting for their lives, officials said in a statement. Four out of five of the infected people were exposed to live domestic poultry, the statement said. How the fifth was exposed is being investigated. China has reported two deaths from avian flu after confirming five new cases of H5N6, with the World Health Organisation calling for 'urgent' action. Pictured: Chickens cages in China (file photo) The first person to die from H5N6 in December was a 75-year-old man from Luzhou,...
    Another Chinese city entered lockdown today, forcing five million more people to stay inside their homes as the country battles Covid-19 outbreaks. Anyang, in Henan province, was locked down after a handful of reported cases as Beijing prepares to host the Winter Olympics next month, sticking to a zero-Covid strategy of targeted lockdowns, border restrictions and lengthy quarantines. While those measures have kept the number of new cases far lower than virus hotspots in the United States and Europe, China is currently facing local flare-ups in multiple cities, caused in-part by the Omicron variant. Fast-spreading Omicron presents a fresh challenge to China, with two cases in Anyang linked to a growing infection cluster in the northern metropolis of Tianjin, some 250 miles away. China's desperation to limit the spread of Omicron was demonstrated further on Tuesday when Beijing police warned residents not to help any Winter Olympic vehicles involved in crashes to avoid breaching the Games' strict Covid 'bubble'. The Chinese city of Anyang entered lockdown today, forcing its five million residents to stay inside their homes as the country battles...
    Dr. Rochelle Walensky, director for Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, speaks during a hearing, with the Senate Committee on Health, Education, Labor, and Pensions, on the COVID-19 response, on Capitol Hill on March 18, 2021. It’s hard to believe the media training Rochelle Walensky, director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, allegedly sought out from a Democratic consultant is paying off. The director, who started her position last January, has been criticized time and time again for ever-changing CDC guidance issued in light of the coronavirus pandemic and more poignantly how she communicates said guidance. Such was the case when she appeared on ABC’s “Good Morning America on Friday to address criticism following the CDC's new recommendation that those who have had a positive COVID-19 test only need to isolate for five days, down from an initial 14 days and an earlier reduction to 10 days. The journalist interviewing Walensky cited a new study showing how well vaccines are working to prevent new illnesses before she asked: “Is it time to start rethinking how we’re living with this virus, that it’s potentially hear to...
    FIVE fanatics convicted over a bomb plot with the London Bridge killer are among 92 jihadis chasing freedom. Two accomplices of Usman Khan are due for automatic release this year. Three more face parole hearings as early as the spring. 1Two accomplices of London Bridge killer Usman Khan, pictured, are due for release this year while three others face parole hearings in springCredit: AP Usman, shot dead by cops after a knife rampage, and the group were convicted of plotting bombings and setting up a terror training camp. The five are among jailed terrorists currently being dealt with by the Parole Board. Emergency laws passed in February last year means such inmates must serve two-thirds of sentences — instead of half. And they must have cases reviewed before release. The legislation was brought in after two attacks in nine weeks by recently freed fanatics. Khan, 28, stabbed Cambridge Saskia Jones, 23, and Jack Merritt, 25, to death at a rehab event in November 2019. Then Sudesh Amman, 20, knifed two people in Streatham, South London, before being shot dead by...
    CNN’s Kaitlan Collins challenged CDC director Dr. Rochelle Walensky over the CDC’s new guidelines for how long people should isolate after testing positive for Covid-19. Walensky spoke to Collins on New Day, where the focus was on the new guidance that recommends people can emerge from quarantine after five days if they no longer have symptoms. Asked how the CDC decided to cut the recommended isolation time in half, Walensky referred to new scientific findings on Covid transmission and the timeline for the emergence of symptoms. “If you map that out, those five days account for somewhere between 85 to 90 percent of all transmission that occurs,” Walensky said. “So we really wanted to make sure that during those first five days you were spending in isolation, that’s when most of it occurs.” Walensky added that “behavioral science” played a role in the CDC’s updated recommendations — that is, “what will people actually do,” as they seek to return to work after an infection. “If we can get them to isolate, we do want to make sure that they’re isolating...
    MIAMI (CBSMiami) – The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is shortening the recommended isolation period for COVID-positive people. In its guidance update, the CDC now recommends a quarantine period of five days, down from 10, if asymptomatic, followed by five days of wearing a mask when around others. “The Omicron variant is spreading quickly and has the potential to impact all facets of our society. CDC’s updated recommendations for isolation and quarantine balance what we know about the spread of the virus and the protection provided by vaccination and booster doses. These updates ensure people can safely continue their daily lives. Prevention is our best option: get vaccinated, get boosted, wear a mask in public indoor settings in areas of substantial and high community transmission, and take a test before you gather,” said CDC Director, Dr. Rochelle Walensky.
    NEW YORK (CBSNewYork/AP) — U.S. health officials on Monday cut isolation restrictions for Americans who catch the coronavirus from 10 to five days, and similarly shortened the time that close contacts need to quarantine. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention officials said the guidance is in keeping with growing evidence that people with the coronavirus are most infectious in the two days before and three days after symptoms develop. READ MORE: Elmont Residents Hopeful New Regulations Will Put An End To Parking Chaos At UBS ArenaThe decision also was driven by a recent surge in COVID-19 cases, propelled by the Omicron variant. Early research suggests omicron may cause milder illnesses than earlier versions of the coronavirus. But the sheer number of people becoming infected — and therefore having to isolate or quarantine — threatens to crush the ability of hospitals, airlines and other businesses to stay open, experts say. FIND TESTING SITES: Click here for New York City’s testing site locator, including mobile sites and at-home appointments CDC Director Rochelle Walensky said the country is about to see a lot of...
    New York shattered its COVID cases record for the third day running, recording an enormous 44,000 new cases on Christmas Eve. The  numbers were shared by State Governor Kathy Hochul at a Friday morning press conference. She blamed the huge spike on the Omicron variant, estimated to be behind 92% of new infections in the Empire State, and said: 'This is a very, very contagious variant.' Hochul's announcement came around 18 hours after her Thursday evening update, which saw 38,835 new COVID diagnoses across the Empire State, a record at the time, and up by 10,000 cases from December 22, when 28,924 infections were recorded. New York is once again America's COVID epicenter, although hospitalizations remain far lower than they were at the height of the first wave in Spring 2020.  Back then, around 26 per cent of all people in New York City who tested positive for COVID were admitted to hospital. Now just 2.1 people per 100,000 end up requiring medical treatment.  NY Governor Kathy Hochul is pictured announcing the latest record-breaking COVID figures on Christmas Eve  Developing...
    Cohosts of Monday’s edition of The Five reacted to Vice President Kamala Harris’ interview with Charlamagne tha God on Friday night. The Comedy Central host asked Harris multiple times whether Joe Biden or Joe Manchin is president. At one point an aide to Harris interrupted the interview. “I’m sorry,” she said, “I’m so sorry Charlamagne. We have to wrap.” After some crosstalk, Charlamagne alleged, “They’re acting like they can’t hear me.” “I can hear you,” Harris shot back. She accused Charlamagne of acting like a Republican by suggesting Biden wasn’t calling the shots. She finally replied that “it’s Joe Biden” who is president. Charlamagne responded by complimenting her impassioned response. “I just want you to know, Madame Vice President, that Kamala Harris, that’s the one I like,” he said. Greg Gutfeld called the interview “the most benevolent situation and it’s still that bad. That’s why she can’t do other interviews.” He added, “I’m getting the feeling that the Dems want an entire clean slate for 2024. It’s kind of like after a car accident or when your car gets stolen. And...
    OMICRON'S R rate could be as high as five and the current wave is set to peak fast, experts have said today. England’s top doctor warned that "everybody can see this is moving very fast", but that infection will fall faster than previous waves. 2Prof Chris Whitty at today's Health and Social Care CommitteeCredit: AFP Professor Chris Whitty said Omicron is “highly transmissible and the rates are going to continue to go up”.  He told the Commons Health and Social Care Committee: “I think what we will see with this – and I think we are seeingre it in South Africa – is that the upswing will be incredibly fast, even if people are taking more cautious actions, as they are. “That will help slow it down, but it’s still going to be very fast. “It’ll probably therefore peak really quite fast. My anticipation is it may then come down faster than previous peaks but I wouldn’t want to say that for sure. ...
    Australians are officially the world’s biggest binge drinkers, but Britain and the US don’t lag far behind featuring in the top five of the latest Global Drug Survey Denmark and Finland ranked at second and third in the survey of more than 32,000 people from 22 countries which collected data from December 2020 to March 2021. The data also shows that the Irish felt the most remorse after drinking.    Researchers believes extending Covid lockdowns contributed to the results RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Australia is officially the DRUNKEST country in the world -... Man, 26, lost £18,000 'after his drink was spiked' in a... Share this article Share The survey found that the pandemic saw more experiment with 'microdosing' with psychedelics but people on average consumed less alcohol, cannabis, cocaine and LSD.   According to the findings unveiled this week, Australians got drunk an average 27 times in 2021, almost double the global average of 15. Australians filled up their beer or wine glass with booze two days per week on...
    (CNN)You've heard of Black Friday and Cyber Monday, two intense days of discounts and deals ironically following a day of thanks. But don't forget Giving Tuesday, five days after Thanksgiving. Since 2012, Giving Tuesday has become a day of heightened generosity when people give to their favorite charities."A lot of people look at Giving Tuesday as an opportunity to donate financially to nonprofits, but we really welcome all types of giving," Caryn Stein, Chief Communications Officer of Giving Tuesday explained. "It could be volunteering, it could be donating some food to the food bank, it could be reaching out to your neighbor just to check in," Stein told CNN. She also pointed out while her initiative is called "Giving Tuesday," the program encourages people to spread generosity year-round."Everyone has something to give and every act of generosity counts." Read MoreThere are official Giving Tuesday movements in 80 countries. On their website, the organization offers some ways you can participate this year. "It seems like that idea of connection and togetherness and community seems to resonate. And I think there are...
    A BUILD-A-BEAR employee revealed the weirdest things customers have asked of her - including creepy blokes who came in the shop for VERY peculiar reasons.  Janie is understood to have worked in a North American branch of the shop,  Fabulous favourite.  2The woman told how she worked in Build-a-Bear on TikTokCredit: Tik Tok Talking on TikTok she listed her ‘worst’ customers’ from numbers one to five.  She said: “Coming in at number five we have the men who love Wonder Women who would walk in and out of our store because they were embarrassed about wanting to buy it… which was fine but they would ruin my conversion.  “Coming in at number four we have the people who wanted to pour their loved one’s ashes into a bear which was actually allowed if it was in a ziploc bag or something, but they would actually want to pour the ashes in which was just not sanitary. “Number three is the bronies (A man who is a fan of My Little Pony).  “Not all of them, some of them are fine,...
    SHOCKING figures show the slow rate of Covid vaccine uptake in Europe as France sees cases soar among those who’ve not been jabbed. In Romania - where bodies have been piling up outside morgues as infections soar – just 38 per cent of the population has received a single vaccine dose. 4 4France's intensive care wards are filling up with unvaccinated patientsCredit: Reuters Bottom of Europe’s vaccine uptake table is Bulgaria where just one in four people have had a single jab - compared to 88 per cent in the UK. All the nations with the lowest vaccine uptake are formerly former Communist countries of Eastern Europe, where there is a strong distrust of the government. The continent has seen Covid cases soar and the World Health Organisation has warned the death toll could reach 700,000 this winter. France has now seen a fifth wave tearing wave tearing through the country at “lightning speed” with the rate of infections up 80 per cent from  last week. The country has a relatively high rate of vaccination and at least 90 per cent...
    The man accused of killing six and injuring 62 when he drove his car into a Christmas parade in Wisconsin has appeared before a judge.  Darrell Brooks Jr., 39, made his first appearance in court on Tuesday as the death count rose to six, with a child added to the dead.  The court heard that he had multiple previous violent convictions, charges filed in three states and lengthy custody time in Georgia.  Friends and families of the 60 people, including many children, hit by an SUV that sped through a Christmas parade in a suburban Milwaukee downtown say they suffered life-threatening injuries, with some clinging to life. Darrell Brooks Jr, 39, is pictured in his November 16 booking photo, provided by Waukesha County Sheriffs Ofice Items lie in the middle of a street in Waukesha, Wisconsin, on Monday, where investigations continue after a vehicle slammed into a holiday parade the day before, killing several people and injuring multiple others A young girl who is a member of a dance troupe struck by the SUV, a moment captured on cellphone...
    A NEW brainteaser is challenging people to spot a duck with a tuft on the back of its head hidden among rows of rubber duckies. Sounds simple enough but do you reckon you're eagle-eyed enough to find the different bathroom toy? 2Can you spot the duck with a tuft at the back of it's head from the rows and rows of bath time toys?Credit: Plumb Nation The colourful puzzle was created by UK-based PlumbNation and rows and rows of the fun bath time toys. This tricky test had had many people zooming in and staring at the screen for up to five minutes, but how long will it take you?  Over one in ten people took more than five minutes to located the tufty bird, while more than one in five gave up completely! Scroll down to reveal the answer... 2The duck with the tuft was right over on the left-hand-side of the pictureCredit: Plumb Nation Did you spot the hidden duck? Or did you just give up and scroll down to get the answer? He was hiding all along...
    A STAGGERING 79 per cent claim their wardrobes are full of black, grey and beige clothes, research has found. The poll of 2,000 adults, however, revealed that one in five wants to be braver with their fashion choice despite closets being dominated with these darker colours. 1Brits are looking to brighten their wardrobesCredit: Shutterstock Red, green and purple are the colours people want to wear more of, but a quarter worry that brighter colours won’t suit them. But almost half (48 per cent) believe wearing a fun outfit can make them feel happier, and people will don red attire to boost confidence. The research was commissioned by an online personal styling service, Stitch Fix UK, which enlisted Shakaila Forbes-Bell, fashion psychologist and founder of Fashion is Psychology to analyse the findings. Shakaila said: “Dopamine dressing is an idea born from one of the core principles underpinning our motivations to wear certain clothes - to satisfy our emotional needs. FABULOUS BINGO: GET A £5 FREE BONUS WITH NO DEPOSIT REQUIRED “When you wear something you love that holds symbolic value, your...
    A GRANNY who has five grown up kids explained how she’s not like most grandmothers - she can deadlift more than her younger friends and she loves dancing on a Saturday night.  Super fit granny Susie shares videos of her youthful lifestyle on Tiktok, and people can’t believe her age. 2Susie isn't like most grandmasCredit: TikTok/@soozer007 2The gran loves wearing crop tops even though people are 'triggered' by itCredit: TikTok/@soozer007 In a recent video, Susie said she always has lots of younger friends, until they discover certain facts about her. She explained: “I have a lot of younger friends until they find out… I’m 56, I have five adult kids and I am a granny, I eat really healthy, I can out dance them any Saturday night, and I can deadlift more than them.” Susie also said that she wears crop tops and that this seems to “trigger” people because she’s a grandmother. Since her kids have grown up and moved out, Susie says she does “whatever she wants”. Commenters loved Susie’s youthful attitude.  Most read in LifestyleHOT WATER Meghan...
    SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) — Consumer Price Index data released Wednesday shows that prices jumped by an annual rate of 6.2 percent last month, the fastest rise in more than 30 years. It’s raising fears of inflation among economists and consumers alike. Inflation occurs when too many dollars are chasing too few products, and the price of everything begins to rise. That’s what’s happening now. The most obvious price hikes have been at the gas pump. Katie Cox was aghast when she gassed up her car at a station in Alamo. READ MORE: COVID: Santa Clara County Urges All Adults To Receive Boosters Ahead Of Holidays“I literally was like, oh my gosh, it’s almost five dollar a gallon. It’s crazy,” she said. “It makes you think twice about how much you’re driving.” The same was true at the grocery store. Walt Segal said he has noticed prices slowly rising, but the recent jumps have been alarming. “We were definitely going to pay 39 or 49 cents for tomatoes,” he said. “Now we’re looking at 3.99 for a bag of four...
    People visiting hospital for reasons that had nothing to do with the coronavirus often led to them contracting the disease - with more than 2,000 of them dying. Data released by Kaiser Health News, a non-profit organization, details how there were more than 10,000 confirmed cases of COVID-19 that began in hospitals in 2020. The organization believes the true number of cases is in fact far higher.  Around 21 percent of the cases that started in hospitals between the months of April and September last year led to the deaths of more than 2,000 people.  During the first wave of the pandemic, patients who went into hospital to be treated for conditions unrelated to Covid were infected and died At hospitals with high rates of covid spread, staff members were often alarmed by the lack of safety practices Some say part of the blame lies with poor hospital infection control protocols and staff spreading the virus to one another, and then to patients.  Although staff were also separated depending on who they were treating and were instructed to social distance...
    Dolly Parton Gushes Over Husband Carl Dean, Shares Rare Throwback Photo Fed Says $15 Billion Taper To Begin This Month, Powell Pledges Patience on Rate Hikes © Provided by Sports Illustrated The 31-year-old Canadian has a whole host of opponents he can’t wait to face in his new home company. SI.com’s Week in Wrestling is published every week and provides beneath the surface coverage of the business of pro wrestling.“Speedball” Mike Bailey: “The response from people has been overwhelming”“Speedball” Mike Bailey is coming back to America. He officially signed with Impact Wrestling on Sunday, instantly creating visions of trailblazing X Division matches for 2022 and beyond. There is no performer in the entire industry quite like Bailey, either with his dynamic style inside the ring or his story of hardship out of it. While blossoming into a wrestling star, Bailey—whose name is Émile Baillargeon-Laberge—was dealt a devastating blow in 2016. Due to an immigration issue, the Canadian was not allowed to enter the United States for five years. Yet, despite missing out on key years of his career in...
    A WOMAN has revealed how she is mum of five kids despite being just 24 - and she got pregnant with twins at 18 despite being on the pill. TikTok user Bree Mundo revealed how one of her children was even conceived after she got her tubes tied - resulting in their very large family. 4TikTok user Bree Mundo shared how she ended up with five kids by the time she was 24Credit: @alwaysthemundos/Tiktok 4She had twins at a very young age in a previous relationshipCredit: @alwaysthemundos/Tiktok Bree, who posts under @alwaysthemundos, revealed her incredible story online.  She said: “I got married two months into my relationship. “I’m 24 with five kids. “I got pregnant with twins on birth control at 18.” She then said her third child - a son - arrived just one year later when she was 19. Bree then revealed her fourth kid came along when she was 22, and happened despite her having her tubes tied to prevent any further pregnancies.  Bree and her husband now look after five kids, as she is also a...
    Norwegian police have confirmed that at least five people have died after a man armed with a bow and arrows went on a rampage in Kongsberg, with investigators refusing to rule out a possible terror motive. The attacks took place on Wednesday evening and saw the man carry out his attack, which has left five dead and two others injured, including a police officer. Local police chief Oeyvind Aas commented on the incident saying, “The man has been apprehended … from the information we now have, this person carried out these actions alone.” Reports indicate that it took police up to half an hour to arrive at the scene and take the attacker into custody, according to Norwegian broadcaster NRK, and officials have cordoned off large sections of Kongsberg city centre, though no other suspects are currently being sought. Police were initially alerted to the attack at just after 6 p.m. when several witnesses reported seeing a man attacking others with a bow and arrow. An arrow is left in a wall at the scene where a man armed with...
    A blood test could detect dementia up to five years before tell-tale signs appear, scientists say. By the time patients suffer memory loss and other hallmark signs of the disease, the brain has already suffered serious damage. But scientists at the German Centre for Neurodegenerative Diseases say they have now identified three biomarkers that may act as a warning sign that someone is likely to suffer from the condition. It could help doctors spot the disease early, potentially slowing down the onslaught of the condition and delaying its symptoms.  There are around 850,000 people with dementia in the UK, and 6.2million suffering from the condition in the US. Scientists are working on a blood test that could diagnose dementia before symptoms of the condition appear (stock image) Researchers handed cognitive tests to 132 people aged from 18 to 77 years old. They also took blood samples to analyse levels of microRNAs, small proteins which are involved in regulating cells. Results showed more than 90 per cent of patients who went on to develop dementia in the next two years had elevated...
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