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    Sometimes the NBA playoffs can be as simple as get angry, get even. The Boston Celtics did and did after their humbling Game 1 loss Tuesday night at FTX Arena at the start of these best-of-seven Eastern Conference finals. Now, as the series shifts to TD Garden for Saturday’s 8:30 p.m. Game 3, the Heat are hoping for the same after being thrashed Thursday night in Game 2 on their home court. “They tried to embarrass us. They did embarrass us,” said forward Jimmy Butler, the Heat’s lone consistent presence through the series’ first two games. The verbiage was similar from Celtics coach Ime Udoka about Game 1, of which he said of the Heat, “they punked us.” “I think we were upset from that,” Udoka said of his team’s Game 2 pushback. “We were out-toughed.” By their natures, Udoka and Heat coach Erik Spoelstra are generally soft-spoken. But both have steely glares that allow their messages to resonate with a simple stare. Spoelstra often had that look throughout Thursday’s loss, the Heat’s first at FTX Arena this postseason. “We...
    BERNARDO SILVA has warned Manchester United that City are capable of scoring "four or five" in any match they play. And that will haunt Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side who are still hurting from the 5-0 drubbing by deadly rivals Liverpool just 13 days ago. 1Bernardo Silva has warned Manchester United that his side are capable of scoring four or five in every matchCredit: Times Newspapers Ltd But City midfield star Silva has urged Pep Guardiola’s champions to go for the jugular in today’s Manchester derby at Old Trafford. The Portuguese said: “We know that when we are focused and do well, we are a team that has the capacity to score four or five goals per game. “Of course, that doesn’t happen in all the games. But we are going to try to score as many goals as we can in Old Trafford – even though we know we are playing a very good team.” City have won only two of the last seven meetings with the Red Devils – and both of those came in the Carabao Cup. They...
    London (CNN)Following high-profile attacks on democratic institutions, including the January 6 riot at the US Capitol, UK Parliament Speaker Lindsay Hoyle feels an urgent responsibility to champion political freedoms. "What happened at Capitol Hill, we are going to make sure it doesn't happen here," Hoyle told CNN in an exclusive TV interview. Hoyle, who as speaker is the highest authority in the British House of Commons, is hosting US House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and other counterparts at the G7 Speakers' summit this weekend. The in-person event is taking place in his hometown of Chorley in northwest England, with a focus on "secure and open parliaments." Addressing the January 6 insurrection at the US Capitol, Hoyle said: "That was mob rule taking over, trying to smash democracy. These people don't believe in our values, they don't believe in democracy. You know, the fact is that if we haven't got democracy, we have dictatorship. That is never the answer."Hoyle has experienced homegrown terror in his own parliament. On March 22, 2017, Hoyle -- then Deputy Speaker -- suspended a sitting of the...
    On Friday’s broadcast of the Fox Business Network’s “Fox Business Tonight,” McAllen, TX Mayor Javier Villalobos (R) stated that the situation at the border can be changed with a pen stroke and that the policies of seven, eight months ago were “working very well compared to now.” Villalobos said, [relevant remarks begin around 3:40] “We know that with the stroke of a pen, things can change. So, we’re hoping something happens, and that it happens quick.” After host David Asman inquired about what specific policy Villalobos was referring to, Villalobos responded, “Well, you know what, without getting into political issues, whatever we had seven, eight months ago was working very well compared to now.” Follow Ian Hanchett on Twitter @IanHanchett
    Phil Mickelson’s pursuit of his first U.S. Open title did not start off as planned Thursday. Mickelson finished the first round at Torrey Pines in San Diego 4-over par and tied for 96th. It was a far cry from how he started off the PGA Championship last month. CLICK HERE FOR MORE SPORTS COVERAGE ON FOXNEWS.COM Mickelson also had an issue with a fan in the gallery on one hole. He was on the 13th hole when he reminded fans to make sure their phones were silenced, according to Golf.com. "Seriously? Can we get someone to help him?" he asked the crowd. He expressed his frustration with the little noises he heard coming out of the crowd. BRYSON DECHAMBEAU APPEARS TO VIDEOBOMB BROOKS KOEPKA IN LATEST CHAPTER OF RIVALRY "You have to learn to deal with it. I don’t understand why you just can’t turn that little button on the side into silent. I probably didn’t deal with it internally as well as I could have or as well as I need to," he said. "Yeah, it’s the video ding....
    On Tuesday’s broadcast of MSNBC’s “All In,” host Chris Hayes floated the possibility of an anti-missile defense system for Gaza financed by the United States like the Iron Dome in Israel so children in Gaza “don’t have death rain down upon them?” Hayes said, “[T]he Iron Dome has worked quite well. Today, some got through, I think two…died as a result. But I look at those images [of the Iron Dome working] and I think, well, good, that’s good, I’m glad that those rockets are being intercepted. And I also, there’s some part of me that’s like, can we get an Iron Dome for Gaza? Can the American taxpayer foot the bill to protect innocent children in Gaza, where there’s two million people in one of the most densely populated parts of the world so that they don’t have death rain down upon them?” Sen. Chris Murphy (D-CT) responded, “Not so long as Hamas is running Gaza. Hamas is an organization that seeks the eradication of Israel and organizes the armed rebellion against it. And I will just say clearly...
    DAY THREE of this year's Cheltenham Festival looks like the toughest one on paper to pick the winners. But fear not as Sun Racing is on hand to offer some tasty selections in our Fiver Flutter. CHELTENHAM FREE BETS: BEST SIGN UP OFFERS FOR DAY THREE And seeing as it's Cheltenham, let's push the boat out and try our luck with the following four selections in an each-way Lucky 15. Remember, in a Lucky 15 your bets are four single bets, six doubles, four trebles and one four-fold accumulator. MELON (2.30) He keeps coming to Cheltenham and getting into the frame with a creditable four seconds at the Festival. He was beaten on the nod for the Marsh Chase 12 months ago and should be right there again. FLOORING PORTER (3.05) He landed his first Grade 1 when beating The Storyteller in the Christmas Hurdle at Leopardstown last time. That was a good effort over this trip and his staying power will be a major asset up the hill. DOWNLOAD THE NEW SUN RACING APP NOW The ultimate home for...
    On Saturday’s broadcast of MSNBC’s “Weekends with Alex Witt,” House Armed Services Committee member Seth Moulton (D-MA) stated that “until we can reform the Capitol Police and deliver the kind of protection that the Capitol needs against these ongoing threats, then we’re going to have to have continued presence of National Guard and even razor wire where it’s necessary.” Moulton said, “Look, we have protected things in Baghdad against much greater threats without fences and razor wire, but that’s because we’re the United States Marine Corps. And this report has made clear that the Capitol Police is not yet up to the job. The threat is real, and we need to protect the Capitol. So, until we can reform the Capitol Police and deliver the kind of protection that the Capitol needs against these ongoing threats, then we’re going to have to have continued presence of National Guard and even razor wire where it’s necessary. I hate the fence too. I want to see it come down. But let’s also take a second here, Alex, to be honest about the...
    On Thursday’s broadcast of MSNBC’s “The Beat,” White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki said that President Joe Biden will announce that it is possible that the country will be “closer to normal” by July 4, but in order to do so, “we’re going to have to keep our masks on, socially distance,” and get vaccinated. Host Ari Melber asked, “Jen, is the July 4 announcement important because it gives somebody — gives everybody something to look forward to? I mean, it doesn’t seem as central as these other things. But you’re sort of telling people, hang on, and by that classic American holiday, maybe we can have gatherings again?” Psaki responded, “Ari, I think the president feels that we all need a little hope and something to look forward to and something to incentivize continued sacrifice. He will make very clear in his speech that that is going to require to get to the point where you can have a barbecue in your backyard and I can have a barbecue in my backyard, we’re going to have to keep our...
    New York (CNN Business)People are obsessed lately with trying to find a way to get rich quick through short-term trades. Just look at bitcoin, GameStop (GME) or cannabis stocks.Sure, traders can make a fast profit. But many people following the money on Reddit with their Robinhood accounts are engaging in speculative, risky behavior. This isn't long-term investing a la Warren Buffett and others.So if you're looking to generate solid returns in a longer-term portfolio -- something you can depend on -- then you need to do some good old-fashioned fundamental analysis to find stocks with solid growth potential that are trading at a reasonable price. That's why CNN Business runs a stock screen around Valentine's Day to identify some of the stocks that you can count on year in and year out. These stocks should generate dependable results Read MoreLast year's list included Facebook (FB), Take-Two Interactive (TTWO) and Dollar General (DG) among five others.This year, we've found eight other stocks that should satisfy a sweet tooth for safety and stability.Google/Alphabet (GOOGL (GOOG)): Alphabet shares are near an all-time high...
    CrossFit athletes Zack George and Sara Sigmundsdottir both work with nutrition coach Dr. Mike Molloy. Dr Mike Molloy Nutrition coach Dr. Mike Molloy told Insider 3 nutrition lessons we can learn from elite athletes. Professional athletes nail the basics, don't over-restrict, and are focused on performance. Crucially, they don't feel guilty for eating foods like pizza or ice cream. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Dr. Mike Molloy is a nutrition coach who has worked with professional athletes including Icelandic weightlifter and CrossFit athlete Sara Sigmundsdottir, CrossFitter and UK's fittest man Zack George, Brazilian goalkeeper Aline Reis, world judo champion An Changrim, 4th fittest woman on earth Haley Adams, and more. From weight lifters to wake surfers and freeskiers to footballers, Molloy has helped a wide variety of professional athletes nail their nutrition so they can perform at their peak — but also enjoy their lifestyle. Many of the principles used by elite athletes apply just as much to the rest of us, and by learning from the pros we can all develop healthier eating practices and...
    In 2009, acclaimed director Shyamaprasad gave us three debutants in his coming of age drama, Rithu – Nishan Nanaiah, Rima Kallingal and Asif Ali – each went on to have an interesting career graph. Among the trio, Asif Ali and Rima had more successful innings in Mollywood, both doing well as Malayalam Cinema’s young breed of superstars. Asif Ali’s career may have seen its up and downs, but the actor has done quite good now, adjusting easily into the recent progressiveness of Mollywood. These 10 Movies of Mammootty, Fahadh Faasil, Asif Ali, Parvathy Had Won Our Hearts in 2019. Is Asif a brilliant actor? TBH, he isn’t as fabulous in histrionics as a resurgent Fahadh Faasil. But he is someone not unwilling to experiment, take on diverse roles and give some really good performances when he fits in well with the character. And he does not seem to care if it is a solo starrer or a multi-starrer (Bachelor Party, Double Barrell, Virus being prime examples of the latter). As Asif Ali turns 35, we look at 10 of his...
    Newly-elected Congressman Peter Meijer (R-MI) shrugged off the possibility that he ended his own political career by breaking with his party and voting for President Donald Trump’s impeachment. Meijer, one of ten House Republicans who voted for impeachment, gave an interview to ABC’s George Stephanopoulos on Sunday, and he addressed the fallout for the GOP after the pro-Trump insurrection at the U.S. Capitol. At one point, Stephanopoulos noted Meijer recently remarked that he might’ve committed “political suicide” with his vote since Trump is still a dominant figure for the Republican Party. “Are you concerned you ended your career with that vote?” Stephanopoulos asked. “I may very well have,” Meijer answered, “but I think it’s also important that we have elected leaders who are not thinking solely about what’s in their individual self-interest, not what is going to be politically expedient, but what we actually need for the country.” Meijer went on by saying Gerald Ford performed a “courageous act” by pardoning Richard Nixon decades ago, even though the political consequences for himself were disastrous. Meijer hoped that his...
    MANY of us reach for the fruit bowl over the festive season in a desperate bid to make up for all that booze and rich food. But an apple a day does more than keep the doctor away – it helps you slim because it makes you feel fuller for longer than other snacks. 27We reveal an A-Z of superfruits and the zest they can bring into your lifeCredit: Shutterstock And it is not the only fruit with hidden benefits beyond being tasty and low in calories. Grant Rollings ­serves up an A-Z of fruits and the zest they can bring into your life... A APPLES: Do not slice off the  skin because that is where you’ll find the pectin — a soluble fibre which regulates bacteria in the gut. This, in turn, helps to control weight gain. 27Do not slice off the  skin of an apple before eating itCredit: Shutterstock B BLUEBERRIES: These keep your memory sharp thanks to the presence of anthocyanin anti- oxidants, which also fight cardiovascular disease. 27Blueberries keep your memory sharpCredit: Shutterstock C CHERRIES: Sticking...
    Shakira slams unimaginably cruel U.S. family separations at border Every states most famous restaurant Tom Brady opens up on Antonio Brown joining the Buccaneers: Well see what we can do The Tampa Bay Buccaneers already boast one of the best wide receiver duos in Mike Evans and Chris Godwin, but quarterback Tom Brady will have another All-Pro talent on the field in Week 9 when Antonio Brown is expected to make his return to the NFL. © Provided by For The Win Brown, who was suspended for eight games by the NFL for violating the personal conduct policy, signed a 1-year contract with the Buccaneers and will reunite with Brady after his brief stint with the Patriots. After his dramatic exit from Oakland, Brown played just one game for New England before being released amid allegations of sexual misconduct. Brown is a polarizing player and a risky signing for the Buccaneers from a public relations point-of-view, but Brown has repeatedly said that he wanted to play alongside Brady again whenever he returned to the NFL. In an interview with...
    Senate Republicans face a real possibility of being swept out of power on Nov. 3, but Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said Friday he remains optimistic. “I’m optimistic we can hang on,” McConnell, a Kentucky Republican, told Hugh Hewitt on his radio show. Republicans are fighting to hold on to nine endangered seats rated as toss-up or worse, according to the nonpartisan Cook Political Report. Democrats need to pick up four to five of those seats to win back the majority and push McConnell and Republicans out of power for at least the next two years. “We’ve got a whole of tough, close, I describe them as like a knife fight in an alley, in about six or eight different places,” McConnell said. “But we’ve got great candidates, and I’m optimistic we can hold on. But it’s a 50-50 proposition.” McConnell warned that a Democratic majority would vote to eliminate the filibuster, which would pave the way for the party to expand the Supreme Court and fill it with party-approved justices. Democrats, McConnell added, would attempt to create states...
    While Denver’s ballot looks dauntingly long, many of the items are simply housekeeping measures — but we all know how dirty houses can get. There was plenty of down-and-dirty fighting over a few of the proposals that Denver City Council referred to the ballot. This year, Denver voters can decide if they want to ante up for a cleaner environment, as well as tax themselves to provide more help for the homeless. They can give councilmembers more power in this strong-mayor town, and allow them to exercise some of that power virtually. And finally, they’ve got the chance to show the city’s three-decade-old pit bull ban the door. Here are the items you’ll find on Denver’s ballot, as well as who’s for them...and who’ll admit to being against:Related Stories Lauren Boebert on America's Most Unusual Race for Congress Politics and Restaurants Make Strange Breadfellows Denver Voters Will Vote on Sales Tax Increase for Homeless Services Measure 2A: Climate Funding Denver City Council referred this initiative to the ballot as an alternative to the climate tax-increase proposal pushed by...
    A Wrinkle in Time and Selma director Ava DuVernay wished President Donald Trump well in a salty diatribe, calling him a “disgrace,” “liar,” and a “white supremacist” before vowing that “we’re going to vote you out.” “I truly hope you get well as you’re infected with a life-threatening virus and are physically ill. Also, you are a disgrace and a liar. You’ve cost hundreds of thousands their lives. And you’re a white supremacist,” the New Gods director said in a tweet. “Get well. Sincerely. And after that, we’re going to vote you out.” I truly hope you get well as you’re infected with a life-threatening virus and are physically ill. Also, you are a disgrace and a liar. You’ve cost hundreds of thousands their lives. And you’re a white supremacist. Get well. Sincerely. And after that, we’re going to vote you out. https://t.co/uOiuJAPBEo — Ava DuVernay (@ava) October 3, 2020 Ava DuVernay’s response followed President Trump’s surprise Saturday afternoon video update, in which he provided from Walter Reed Military Hospital. “I came here, wasn’t feeling so well. I feel much better now. We’re working...
    Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) told Kara Swisher of the New York Times in an interview released Monday that the House of Representatives can impeach President Donald Trump “every day of the week for anything he does.” Swisher, a tech journalist with left-wing views, was pushing Pelosi to commit to doing more to fight back against President Trump, the Republican, and the conservative agenda. The following exchange ensued: Swisher: All right, but I’m going to press you one more time. What is your power to do this? I get the election, but you can get up more. You can speak out more. You can do more impeachments, things like that. Do you have enough power? Pelosi: Well, we can impeach him every day of the week for anything he does. In fact, for — Swisher: Why not? Nancy Pelosi: — 200,000 people dying. Well, because look, the American people want to know what we’re doing that affects them directly. Swisher: OK. Republicans published a brief clip of that conversation: The Constitution does not say a president can...
    Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) told Kara Swisher of the New York Times in an interview released Monday that the House of Representatives can impeach President Donald Trump “every day of the week for anything he does.” Swisher, a tech journalist with left-wing views, was pushing Pelosi to commit to doing more to fight back against President Trump, the Republican, and the conservative agenda. The following exchange ensued: Swisher: All right, but I’m going to press you one more time. What is your power to do this? I get the election, but you can get up more. You can speak out more. You can do more impeachments, things like that. Do you have enough power? Pelosi: Well, we can impeach him every day of the week for anything he does. In fact, for — Swisher: Why not? Nancy Pelosi: — 200,000 people dying. Well, because look, the American people want to know what we’re doing that affects them directly. Swisher: OK. The Constitution does not say a president can be impeached for “anything.” Rather, it says: “The President,...
    An ex-vegan is calling for people to ditch plant-based diets and eat more offal, arguing meat is environmentally friendly provided it's sustainably sourced. Former research biochemist Robb Wolf, from the US, who co-authored the book Sacred Cow: The Case for (Better) Meat with dietitian Diana Rodgers, suffered from ulcerative colitis, a long-term condition where the colon and rectum become inflamed, while following a vegan diet. He was due for a bowel resection and was on statins, blood pressure medications and antidepressants, but then switched to a high protein paleo diet, which includes lean meats and fish as well as fruit and vegetables, and his problems resolved within months. He and Diana, who also improved her digestive issues provoked by coeliac disease by swapping from gluten-free packaged food to 'whatever meat and vegetables I have in the house', argue eating well-raised meat can be good for you and the planet. Robb Wolf, from the US, suffered from ulcerative colitis, a long-term condition where the colon and rectum become inflamed, while following a vegan diet Speaking to the Daily Telegraph, they explained that humans 'did...
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