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    When you get a parking ticket or have an argument with a colleague, it's likely you'll tell your partner about it over dinner. But rather than just being a useful way to vent, moaning to your significant other about a bad day can actually bring you closer, a study has found. Researchers from the University of Jena in Germany recruited 100 couples.  Half were aged between 20 and 30, and the other half between 70 and 80. Both partners were asked to individually rate their relationship closeness, and then took part in a diary study over the course of three weeks. They completed a survey on their phone, six times a day, and were asked to note whether they had recently experienced something 'very unpleasant' and if they had told their partner about it. They also rated the extent to which they felt angry, downcast, disappointed and nervous, and how close they felt to their partner at the time. Moaning to your significant other about a bad day can actually bring you closer, a study by researchers from the University...
    A COP'S comment has sparked riots after he said a woman who was gang-raped was lucky it only happened once. Hundreds of furious locals took the streets following the rape of eight models who were ambushed by a gang while filming a music video in Krugersdorp, Johannesburg. 7The gang-rape of eight women has sparked outrage in South AfricaCredit: Reuters 7Protesters have clashed with police in the town of West RandCredit: AP 7Demonstrators took the streets after the rape of eight women who were filming a music videoCredit: AP The women, aged between 19 and 37 were raped up to ten times each The horror case that has shocked South Africa has sparked outrage, calling for the chemical castration of convicted sex offenders. And the fury escalated after Police Minister Bheki Cele said one of the victims was "lucky to have been raped once". He said on live TV:” One woman was raped by ten different men. READ MORE ON WORLD NEWSAIR THREAT China flies 22 jets into Taiwan airspace after firing 11 missiles in war drillsRED DAWN US could...
    MICHAEL Strahan has told fans he is "just being realistic" after announcing "it's time to pivot" in wake of his huge career news. The former footballer shared a dose of Monday motivation with his social media followers following his revelation that he a lost out on a major role. 3Michael Strahan shared a stirring clip with fans encouraging them to overcome knockbacksCredit: Twitter/MichaelStrahan 3The clip comes after he revealed he lost out on a major role recentlyCredit: Twitter/MichaelStrahan The Good Morning America co-host reminded his legion of supporters that there can be a lot of setbacks on the way to the top. Michael, smartly dressed in a shirt, sweater and jeans, shared an inspiring clip encouraging fans to overcome the hurdles they face in life. The $100,000 Pyramid host said in the black and white video: "There's never gonna be a yes for everything. "I don't think anyone's brilliant enough to always hear the answer yes for every idea or everything that they try. Read More EntertainmentWHERE'S ROB? GMA's Rob Marciano misses important weekend broadcast AGAIN amid...
    A relationship expert prompted furious backlash after telling women that they must be prepared to 'submit and surrender' to men if they want to find a husband who will provide for them.  Alisa Abdullaeva, from Atlanta, Georgia is a relationship expert, family counselor and spiritual lecturer who regularly shares relationship advice on TikTok with her over 80,000 followers. In a now-viral video titled Women Must Accept This About Men, which racked up over 840,000 views, Alisa sparked debate between her followers when she told woman the 'key to finding a man who will provide and protect you is to learn how to respect that men are authority.'  Alisa Abdullaeva, from Atlanta, Georgia took to TikTok to share the 'key' to landing a husband is to learn and accept that women aren't equal to men The relationship expert shared that women must 'learn how to respect that men are authority'; Alisa, who is also a spiritual lecturer, gained over 80,00 views on her video No, just inside pic.twitter.com/vpY1Id7H6P— Barstool Sports (@barstoolsports) July 26, 2022 The Russian therapist went on to share what she...
    CRISTIANO RONALDO has returned to Manchester United training amid uncertainty over his future. The 37-year-old was spotted arriving at Carrington on Friday morning as he prepared to reconvene with the rest of the Red Devils squad. 4Ronaldo arrived at Carrington for training on Friday morningCredit: Eamonn and James Clarke 4Ten Hag has insisted Ronaldo is not for sale this summerCredit: Eamonn and James Clarke Ronaldo had been training alone and missed United's tour of Thailand and Australia due to personal reasons. And his presence back in training will not stop speculation over a possible transfer away from Old Trafford this summer - with SunSport exclusively revealing on Thursday that an offer from an unnamed club is on the table. Ronaldo has a year left of his current deal but United have the option to extend that by another 12 months. He is keen to continue playing Champions League football - something Man Utd cannot offer as they only managed to qualify for the Europa League. READ MORE ON MAN UTDRED DEVILS LATEST Ronaldo Sporting loan talks, £72m De Jong will...
    CRISTIANO RONALDO has reacted to Atletico Madrid fans holding up banners which read "CR7 not welcome". The Manchester United superstar, 37, is being heavily linked with a move away from Old Trafford this summer. 3Ronaldo wants to secure a move away from Man Utd this summerCredit: AP 3Atletico Madrid supporters made their feelings clear during a friendly matchCredit: Rex 3Ronaldo hit back at the Atletico banners with this short message And SunSport exclusively revealed on Thursday night that his agent Jorge Mendes has a deal in place if the Red Devils give him a figure to trigger a move. Atletico Madrid have been talked up as a potential option for Ronaldo - one of the few Champions League clubs that seemed somewhat feasible. However, Atleti supporters hit back at rumours of a move for the Real Madrid legend. They held up the anti-Ronaldo banners during a friendly match in an attempt to quash any potential deal for the Man Utd star. READ MORE ON MAN UTDRED DEVILS LATEST Ronaldo Sporting loan talks, £72m De Jong will sign - United...
    JGI/Jamie Grill | Tetra images | Getty Images As the U.S. economy shrinks for a second straight quarter — one definition of a recession — many Americans aren't prepared for an economic downturn. However, financial advisors say there's plenty that is in your control. Fewer than half of Americans feel "financially secure enough" for another recession, according to a survey from digital wealth manager Personal Capital.   Among those surveyed, the top fears include the inability to plan for the future, trouble paying bills or losing a job, the report found, polling roughly 1,000 cross-generation Americans in May 2022. More from Personal Finance:How investor portfolios are shifting as the Fed hikes ratesGaps in access to paid leave lead to financial hardshipsWhat the Fed's interest rate hikes mean for you However, the average emergency savings is roughly $7,600, according to the survey, which may be lower than needed. While advisors typically recommend three to six months of living expenses, other experts may suggest more for added flexibility. What advisors are telling their clientsWhile some indicators point to a recession, other factors, such as...
    Dr. Anthony Fauci, now 81, has worked in the United States’ federal government under a long list of Republican and Democratic presidents — most recently, as President Joe Biden’s top White House medical adviser. Fauci was never considered controversial in the past, whether the president was Ronald Reagan, Bill Clinton, George W. Bush or Barack Obama. But during the COVID-19 pandemic, MAGA Republicans developed an intense disdain for the veteran immunologist — and some far-right MAGA Republicans have promised Fauci-related investigations if they regain control of Congress in the 2022 midterms, including Rep. Jim Jordan of Ohio. Fauci discussed those possible investigations during a Tuesday, July 26 interview for NewsNation’s “Rush Hour.” And his attitude, in essence, is: “go ahead” and bring it on, as he has nothing to hide. Fauci told NewsNation, “I’ve testified before Congress a little more than 250 times over the last 38 years. I have no trouble testifying. When they say they’re going to investigate…. everything about me, all the records, are out there. Every one of my e-mails practically have been FOIA’d, through...
    Coveted veteran forward JaMychal Green is expected to sign with the Golden State Warriors. Not the Brooklyn Nets. It’s the telltale sign of a true championship contender that has a leg up over the rest of the competition: Green negotiated a contract buyout after his trade from the Denver Nuggets to the Oklahoma City Thunder, and now, according to multiple reports, he is expected to join a loaded Warriors team set to protect its throne after winning a championship last season. That, however, was supposed to be the Nets, a contender angling for dominance, not a pretender looking to shake the moniker. Brooklyn was supposed to be the premier destination for all free agents the moment Kevin Durant and Kyrie Irving signed their contracts with the Nets. Entering Year 4, and the most pivotal offseason possibly in franchise history, the Nets only have three new players to show for their struggles: TJ Warren, who hasn’t played in two seasons due to leg injuries; Edmond Sumner, who did not play at all last season after getting surgery on his ruptured Achilles;...
    Getty Matthew Stafford addresses the Los Angeles media on June 8, 2022. Motor City love still gets showered on Matthew Stafford, even though he’s officially begun his second NFL training camp with the Los Angeles Rams. Despite being a part of the blockbuster 2021 trade that gave the Rams their future Super Bowl winning quarterback, there are those with Detroit Lions ties who still think highly of their former franchise quarterback — with one of them speaking to Mike Sando of The Athletic on Monday, July 25 about Stafford’s game as a quarterback. Still Fascinated by Arm Sando released a column that polled various NFL head coaches, coordinators and other league personnel that categorizes NFL quarterbacks into different tiers. Based on conversations with coaches and one voter described as someone who was with Stafford in Detroit, the Rams’ Super Bowl winning QB got placed as the first signal-caller in the “Tier 2” group. This means, per Sando and The Athletic, that Stafford is a QB who “can carry his team sometimes, but not as consistently.” Plus...
    (CNN)Donald Trump repeatedly refused to offer harsh and widespread condemnation of those who rioted at the US Capitol on January 6, 2021, going against guidance from his aides -- and, at times, scripted words -- as he sought to navigate his way through a morass of his own creation.Trump's unwillingness to place blame on the rioters was made clear, again, on Monday in a new video released by Democratic Rep. Elaine Luria of Virginia, who serves on the House select committee investigating January 6. A copy of the speech Trump gave on January 7 -- the day after the insurrection -- was shown on screen, with edits that Ivanka Trump identified as coming from her father.Among the lines Trump crossed out was this one: "I am directing the Department of Justice to ensure all lawbreakers are prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law. We must send a clear message not with mercy but with JUSTICE. Legal consequences must be swift and firm."He also got rid of these lines: "I want to be very clear you do not represent me....
    TEMECULA, Calif. (KABC) -- At Bastards American Canteen in Temecula, the chow is hot and the brews are served cold. Also on the menu are belly laughs provided by comedians dishing up jokes and digs for a cause."We have a saying once a Marine always a Marine, seem like a bit much. You what they say in the Navy? Once a sailor not any more," said one comedian.Many in the comedy lineup are military veterans themselves.But it is coming home and returning to civilian life that can also be stressful for some veterans, which is at the heart of the nonprofit organization, Save the Brave."We started this seven years ago, largely through tragedy when one of our squad leaders, Sgt. Simon Litke, committed suicide. We just decided we want to be part of the solution," said Ret. Marine Major Scott Huesing, who's the executive director of Save the Brave.Save the Brave focuses on suicide prevention and mental health. The comedy night will help fund its outreach programs that help connect veterans with each other, like the opportunity to take part...
    McCraw — who spoke during a Texas Senate hearing in June regarding the police response to the massacre — described what Mireles said to her husband and what happened to him when he tried to take action, the network said. “We got an officer, Officer Ruiz, whose wife had called him and said she [had] been shot, and she’s dying,” McCraw said, according to video of the hearing. “What happened to him was he tried to move forward into the hallway ... he was detained, and they took his gun away from him and escorted him off the scene.” Officer husband of Uvalde victim tried to help but was detained, DPS chief says youtu.be McCraw did not say which agency had removed Ruiz from school grounds, KWTX-TV reported. 'I keep telling myself that this isn’t real' Adalynn Ruiz, the couple's daughter, penned a tribute to her late mother on Facebook. "Mom, you are a hero. I keep telling myself that this isn’t real. I just want to hear your voice,"...
    An Arizona judge says a man may begin establishing an estate on behalf of an aborted fetus so he can sue a clinic for terminating his third wife's pregnancy.  Mario Villegas, 41, was allowed to establish an estate for the embryo, dubbed 'Baby Villegas,' in order to sue Jackrabbit Family Medicine Inc. and Camelback Family Planning, which carried out an abortion for ex-wife Meagan in 2018.  Villegas, a U.S. Marine veteran who accompanied Meagan during the procedure and consultations, claimed doctors failed to properly inform her of the health risks of an abortion, as well as not telling his ex-wife about the 'satisfaction' that comes with being a mother. He says those oversights constitute breaches of Arizona's informed consent laws for abortion patients. But his ex-wife Meagan Speer-Villegas has refuted his claims, and insists she has no regrets about having the procedure.   Gila County Superior Court Judge Bryan B. Chambers said he'd allow Villegas to make the argument that the aborted fetus was a person worthy of an estate. But he said he would withhold judgement on whether the fetus...
    A Seattle man who was arrested on suspicion of committing a hate crime against Rep. Pramila Jayapal has been released from jail because prosecutors say they are still gathering evidence in the case. Brett Allen Forsell, 48, was arrested outside Jayapal's home on Saturday night, when police say he was standing in the middle of the street with a .40-caliber Glock 22 handgun holstered on his waist. Jayapal had called 911 to report someone outside her home yelling obscenities, and a neighbor told cops that the suspect had been shouting threats and slurs, including 'I'm going to kill you' and 'go back to India.'  King County prosecutors said Seattle police released Forsell on Wednesday because they couldn't say with certainty that he uttered the threats and racial slurs, the Seattle Times reported. Rep. Pramila Jayapal, the Progressive Caucus Chair, was at home in Seattle with her husband Steve (with her above) when she called 911 to report a man shouting obscenities  However, court records show Seattle police obtained a temporary Extreme Risk Protection Order to require the man to surrender his...
    A woke Las Vegas judge is facing calls from a police union to resign after brazenly telling a criminal in her courtroom she didn’t know if she would ‘walk away alive’ from cops. Judge Erika Ballou told a defendant that he should have walked away from officers, after being arrested for committing battery against an officer in Nevada while on probation. The Clark County District attorney’s office was seeking the revocation of the probation of the defendant who Judge Ballou was addressing on July 11. While addressing the defendant Judge Ballou, who previously hit headlines for refusing to remove a Black Lives Matter pin, told him that he was on thin ice. The Las Vegas Police Protective Association is now calling for her to quit her post over the controversial comments. Footage of the exchange posted online shows Judge Ballou, who is black, saying: ‘You’re the one making the decisions not to walk away from cops. You’re a black man in America. ‘You know you don’t want to be nowhere where cops are. Listen to me.  'You know you don’t want to...
    The mother of a San Antonio woman who disappeared mysteriously on her way to work last week has said that cops waited up to three days to list her as missing.  Christina Lee Powell, 39, was last seen on a Ring doorbell camera leaving her house at 10:34 a.m. on July 5, after calling in to her job as a paralegal to let them know she was running late. Powell, who was driving a black 2020 Nissan Rouge that is also missing, left her iPhone, medication and Apple Watch at home because she was rushing to get to work after the long holiday weekend, loved ones said. Powell lives in the quiet Apple Creek neighborhood with her two young sons and her 70-year-old mother, Claudia Mobley, who told Fox News Digital that she didn't notice anything amiss the morning Powell disappeared. 'We didn't really have any kind of in-depth conversation. It was basically, 'Good morning.' She told me she was late,' she recalled. 'Then, she was leaving for work and I told her to be careful. And I probably told her,...
    FILLING up a paddling pool can be time consuming - especially if you haven't got a hose to hand. But one savvy dad named Nick has been branded "genius" after sharing his clever and rather innovative technique to TikTok. 3A savvy dad named Nick has revealed his very clever hack for filling up a paddling pool. Pictured, stock imageCredit: Getty 3Nick hooks a plastic pipe to his running tapCredit: tiktok/@nickryan775 Taking to the social media platform, Nick shared a short clip where he can be seen hooking up a plastic pipe to the bottom of his kitchen tap. He then feeds the pipe through the window, aiming the end into the paddling pool below. Nick jokes: "Tell me your kids are spoiled without telling me." The post has since garnered over 798,000 views and been flooded with comments from impressed social media users. READ MORE ON HACKSHot hack Mum praised for ‘amazing idea’ to keep her paddling pool warm SPLASHING OUT Bargain fans go wild as Tesco slashes price of easy-to-set-up paddling pool "That’s not spoiled it’s called...
    New York City Mayor Eric Adams has said that the recent city public service announcement for how to deal with a nuclear attack was prompted by the Russian attack on the Ukraine and warned that the Big Apple is still a big target. 'This was right after the attacks in the Ukraine, and the Office of Emergency Management took a very proactive step to say 'let's be prepared,' the mayor said at an unrelated press conference. 'Pack a bag. Know where your medicines are located. These are just smart things to do. And many of us, we think about COVID and other things that have been on the forefront, but we're still one of the top terrorist threats.' The emergency management agency put out a 90-second PSA weeks after Russian state media claimed Putin could wipe out the US East Coast. Mayor Eric Adams says the city produced a PSA on what to do in the event of a nuclear war after the Russian invasion of Ukraine Mayor Eric Adams, center, said that there is no imminent threat against...
    A Washington state judge was blasted for telling a serial criminal he'd be sent to prison and raped by an inmate named 'Bubba' if he didn't change his ways. Judge Virginia Amato was officially reprimanded after telling the unnamed domestic abuse suspect last August that he was on course 'to be Bubba's new best girlfriend in the state penitentiary.' 'That may hopefully give you a graphic image to think about… And if you think I'm kidding, I'm not,' the judge said, according to a complaint.  The man said he understood, and Amato continued to bestow her judge's wisdom: 'The folks at the penitentiary have mothers and sisters and nieces and cousins that they do not want someone out there abusing,' she warned, 'And they will take that out on you, at the penitentiary. So think about that because you're racking up felonies at this point.'   Amado made the controversial remark during an arraignment hearing for the man, who was on probation at the time of the suspected misdemeanor violence incident. Further details on that incident, or his criminal past, have...
    A New Orleans woman is facing murder-for-hire charges after she inadvertently tried to book a hitman to take out a love rival on a website that is linked to the FBI. Zandra Ellis, 33, was taken into custody by the feds this week in the parking lot of a Waffle House in Louisiana after discussing the hit with an undercover agent, according to the criminal complaint in the case.  Ellis made contact with Rent-A-Hitman.com on June 30 using a fake name, Jasmine D. Brown, the documents state.  In her inquiry, Ellis said that she wanted a woman identified only as B.H. dead. Ellis said: 'I would like her dead since she is trying to kill me.' The operator of the website, Robert Innes, said that he contacted Ellis 24 hours later to see if she wanted to go through with the hit. Ellis responded within a minute to say she did.  Innes, a graduate of the Napa Valley police academy, started the website in 2005 as an internet security company.  Rent-a-Hitman was founded by Robert Innes in 2005 and was...
    Heisman Trophy winner and Republican candidate for Senate Herschel Walker prays before speaking at a rally on May 23, 2022 in Athens, Georgia. In addition to Herschel Walker being altogether completely and utterly unqualified to be a senator, his constant issue with the truth makes him a frightening possibility as a representative of Georgia. According to new reporting from The Daily Beast, not only did Walker try to hide the fact that he had any children other than his 22-year-old son Christian, but he also apparently lied about the existence of his other kids—to his own campaign aides. When rumors of Walker’s children from past relationships began to emerge, Walker's own aides had to press him for admission of the truth, The Daily Beast reports. In fact, just days after finally admitting to a secret 10-year-old son in June, Walker then finally admitted to fathering two more children not previously revealed. Then, according to People, he was forced to come clean about yet another child. "I have four children. Three sons and a daughter. They're not 'undisclosed'—they're...
    Getty Von Miller goes after Russell Wilson during their December 21, 2021 game. It’s well-known that the Los Angeles Rams tried everything in their power to prevent Von Miller from drifting off. That includes working on a potential deal before the Buffalo Bills intervened. But what wasn’t revealed was how much the Rams were willing to pay Miller and for how many years — until now. Bills beat reporter Dan Pompei from The Athletic revealed on Thursday, July 7 what the Super Bowl 56 champions were willing to give the two-time Super Bowl winner and prized trade acquisition. Long story short — the Rams offered more for less. What the Rams Were Offering Via Pompei In his one-on-one interview with the former Ram, Pompei learned that the Rams were willing to give Miller more than what the Bills were offering annually. “The Rams had a deal on the table that would have paid more per year on a three-year contract but with only two years guaranteed instead. At Miller’s age, that extra year guaranteed by...
    The White House said that Joe Biden stands by his comments that he never spoke with his son Hunter about his business dealings despite DailyMail.com revealing a voicemail where they did just that. White House Press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre said Tuesday that she would not comment on anything regarding Hunter Biden's damning laptop. 'From this podium, I am not going to talk about alleged materials from the laptop,' Jean-Pierre repeatedly shot back at Fox News' Peter Doocy during her daily briefing. When further pushed on the contents of the 2018 voicemail and if the administration is being open with the American people by Real Clear News' Philip Wegmann, Jean-Pierre said: 'I cannot comment on any materials from the laptop.' This time, Biden's top spokesperson dropped the 'alleged.'
    A WOMAN has expressed her anger after her neighbour left her a note asking her not to park in one of the communal parking spaces outside her own home. Charlotte Gascoigne, who posts under the acronym @mummy_gascoigne, took to TikTok and shared a video of the note she found on her car. 2Charlotte Gascoigne shared the note she received from her neighbour telling her not to park in the spaces right outside her own homeCredit: TikTok/@mummy_gascoigne 2Charlotte replied to the note reminding the neighbour that the parking spaces are communalCredit: TikTok/@mummy_gascoigne It reads: "Hi, please can you not park up here as parking is for houses up here." In the clip, Charlotte explains: "So I've just come to my car and seen this note, so yeah when I got home and there's absolutely no parking on all of my street, literally at the side of my house there's another four houses and eight parking space. "It isn't private and it's literally for everyone who lives on this street - not for just the four houses, hence the eight parking...
    (CNN)Northern Irish golfer Graeme McDowell said that he's received death threats telling him to "go die" having joined the Saudi-backed LIV Golf tour. Golfers have been criticized heavily for joining the breakaway tour, which is backed by Saudi Arabia's Public Investment Fund (PIF) -- a sovereign wealth fund chaired by Mohammed bin Salman, the Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia -- for the "money-grabbing" nature of the exodus from golf's traditional tours and for accepting money from a country with a dismal human rights record. Bin Salman was named in a US intelligence report as responsible for approving the operation that led to the 2018 murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi, though he has denied involvement. Human rights groups have also criticized the country for conducting mass executions and for its treatment of gay people.Before the LIV Golf series' inaugural event in June, when questioned about accepting money from the Saudi Arabia regime, McDowell said the tour was "incredibly polarizing." McDowell attends the press conference prior to the LIV Golf series event at the Centurion Club on June 7."I think we...
    Jameson Chapman, 48, was arrested and charged with assault, risk of injury to a child, and breach of peace after he threw Daniel Duncan, 11, off his bike in Deep River on Monday evening A Connecticut man was arrested after he pushed an 11-year-old boy off his bike and told him to 'get the f**k out of town' because he didn't grow up there.  Jameson Chapman, 48, was arrested and charged with assault, risk of injury to a child, and breach of peace after he threw Daniel Duncan, 11, off his bike in Deep River on Monday.   Video footage shows Chapman yelling at the young child after accidentally bumping into him while Duncan was out playing with a friend.  The video suggests Chapman told Duncan to ride his bike on the road after the accidental encounter, as Duncan can be heard saying: 'I'm going to get hit by a car in the road.'  Biking on the sidewalk is legal in Connecticut according to the state's Bicycle and Pedestrian Advisory Board.  Chapman appears to be unhappy with the response, angrily telling Duncan to...
    An enraged Airbnb host barged into an LA apartment while a guest was staying and told her to 'get the f*** out'. Airbnb guest Kristin Eardley, 39, from Chicago, Illinois, 'complained about a mouldy sandwich and unemptied bin', prompting the outburst in April this year. The ad tech director had booked a two-night stay for April 26-28 at an apartment in Los Angeles, California, via Airbnb for a business trip. She filmed the moment the apartment host, pilates instructor Ashley Green, burst into the apartment and started a shouting match that left Ms Eardley in tears and without a place to stay. After reporting the incident to Airbnb the rentals site refunded her the whole cost of the booking. Airbnb guest Kristin Eardley, 39, (pictured) from Chicago, Illinois, 'complained about a mouldy sandwich and unemptied bin', prompting the outburst in April this year Apartment host, pilates instructor Ashley Green (pictured), burst into the apartment and started a shouting match that left Ms Eardley in tears and without a place to stay Ms Green's listing has since been removed from Airbnb...
    On Friday’s broadcast of HBO’s “Real Time,” host Bill Maher said the message from Hispanic voters in Texas’ 34th Congressional district to Democrats was, “I’m an American now. I’m here. Be my lawyer, not the lawyer for the migrants showing up in my backyard.” And argued that “If you’re a parent and wanted schools to reopen a lot sooner than they did after COVID shutdowns, or think maybe your kid is getting a bad education partly because it’s nearly impossible to fire a lousy teacher,” you’ll see Democrats always backing teachers, “but I’ve noticed my kid is kind of an idiot. So I may be looking for new representation.” Maher stated that the House seat in Texas went Republican because voters didn’t see the Democratic candidate “as their lawyer, that’s why. Their message to you was, I’m an American now. I’m here. Be my lawyer, not the lawyer for the migrants showing up in my backyard. Every month, I see a new poll reporting how much Latinos despise the woke term Latinx. It’s about as popular with them as a...
    Eurocrats in Belgium and Luxembourg have been given an inflation-busting raise despite the EU telling its member states to avoid pumping worker pay for fear of supercharging inflation. Bigwigs in Brussels have reportedly remained adamant that EU member states should avoid tying pay increases automatically to inflation, saying that such measures will only make inflation worse. However, despite this, officials in Belgium and Luxembourg have now been handed one of these automatic inflation-busting raises the EU itself so maligns, which officials up to the senior commissioner level getting 2.4 per cent wage increases. According to a report by Politico, EU bigwigs have insisted that member countries should avoid automatically hiking the wages of their workers to help them better deal with inflation, warning that such moves may only end up entrenching the problem. “…an important element for inflation not to become entrenched is to avoid price-wage spirals and correspondingly there’s also a substantial responsibility of social partners to find the right balance,” the publication reports one major Eurocrat, Commission Executive Vice President Valdis Dombrovskis, as saying regarding such a measure last month. While...
    Drew Angerer/Getty Images Conservatives pounced Thursday after President Joe Biden displayed a note card that advised him on everything from who to talk to, what to do, and when to do it. The president met with energy executives and governors as part of a multi-state partnership on increasing green energy production. ABC News reported, The White House is launching a formal partnership with 11 East Coast governors to boost the growing offshore wind industry, a key element of President Joe Biden’s plan for climate change. At a White House meeting on Thursday, Biden administration officials will meet with governors and labor leaders to announce commitments to expand key elements of the offshore industry, including manufacturing facilities, ports and workforce training and development. Photographer Drew Angerer, who was at the meeting, snapped a photo that would define it: Biden’s cue card. “YOU enter the Roosevelt Room and say hello to participants,” the card said. Other instructions included: YOU take YOUR seat YOU give brief comments (two minutes). YOU ask Liz Shuler, President, AFL-CIO, a question YOU thank participants. YOU depart. The...
    Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-Ga.) recently bragged about telling a reporter to “go back to your country” after she faced questions about the issue of gun control in the United States and U.K. On Wednesday, June 22, Greene posted a clip of the exchange on Twitter. In the brief video, an unidentified woman could be heard asking Greene, "We don’t have guns in the U.K., that is true, but we don’t have mass shootings either,” the woman asked Greene during a press conference, according to a clip posted by Greene. “Children aren’t scared to go to school.” Instead of answering the question, Greene —who appeared alongside like-minded Republican Reps. Lauren Boebert (Colo.) Thomas Massie (Ky.) and Andrew Clyde (Ga.)— said, “You have mass stabbings, lady. You have all kinds of murder and you’ve got laws against that.” “Nothing like the same rates here,” the reporter said. In response, Greene said, “Well, you can go back to your country and worry about your no guns. We like ours here,” Greene said. \u201cWhen British press wants to argue about our...
    The obstetrician who helped deliver Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's second child Lilibet has shut her practice with little notice, telling patients she needs to 'focus on my own health and be with my family'.  Dr Melissa Drake made the announcement on Instagram, where she said it had been 'the honor of my life to work with the women of Santa Barbara' before announcing a 'leave of absence' starting on June 30. She said patients procedures or surgeries planned before June 30 would go ahead but warned pregnant women with appointments after the date would need to transfer care to a different practice.   Dr Drake, who is married fertility doctor and has four step kids, oversaw the birth of Queen Elizabeth's 12th great-grandchild Lilibet at Santa Barbara Cottage Hospital on June 4, 2021.  Expectant mothers in the wealthy region were taken by surprise over the sudden closure, with one branding the news 'shocking and handled terribly'.  'Now there are hundreds of women (myself included) running around trying to find care,' she wrote on the Santa Barbara Moms Facebook group.  Another said she...
    Sen. Ron Johnson (R-WI) tried dodging reporters by pretending to be on his phone as he walked away from the U.S. Capitol, only to be busted by one who apparently noticed his screen was not in call mode. Johnson received scrutiny on Tuesday after the Jan. 6 committee presented a text message exchange between one of his staffers and an aide to Mike Pence on that date in 2021. The correspondence came shortly before the Capitol riot delayed the certification of Joe Biden as the winner of the 2020 presidential election. In it, Johnson chief-of-staff Sean Riley texted Pence assistant Chris Hodgson to tell him the senator had an “alternate slate of electors” pledged for Donald Trump for Pence to review ahead of the certification, over which he would be presiding. RILEY: Johnson needs to hand something to VPOTUS please advise HODGSON: What is it? RILEY: Alternate slate of electors for MI and WI because archivist didn’t receive them HODGSON: Do not give that to him Hodgson’s directive was apparently heeded, but reporters unsurprisingly asked Johnson about it. As he was...
    A white Miami police officer was assigned to desk duty after pulling over a black driver for not wearing his seatbelt and telling him 'This is how you guys get killed out here, man.' The driver, Gerardson Nicholas, recorded the tense exchange in North Miami Beach on June 15, before later sharing it through his TikTok account. He said he was on his way to work when the officer ordered him to stop his vehicle.  Nicholas admitted to not wearing a seatbelt at the time of the traffic stop.  'You're not going to work,' the unidentified Miami-Dade police officer tells Nicholas, who adamantly responds: 'I'm going to work!' 'You're going to give me your driver's license, registration and insurance,' the cop then orders. 'If not you will not be going to work today.' 'Listen closely,' an automated voice on TikTok can be heard saying before the cop adds: 'Simple thing man. This is how you guys get killed out here man.'
    A TEACHER accused of groping and kissing a teen at a local nightclub was dobbed in by other pupils after she told them to “f*** off”. Students were said to have reported Ashley McConnell, 30, to teachers at Thurso High School in Caithness, Scotland, after being left feeling "indignant" by her alleged behaviour. 3Married physics teacher Ashley McConnell on the night in question in March 2018Credit: Deadline 3She was 'dobbed in' by other pupils who were presentCredit: Deadline 3Thurso High School in Caithness, ScotlandCredit: Deadline The physics teacher, also known as Ashley Swanson, is alleged to have danced in a sexualised manner with a sixth year pupil at local Skinandi's nightclub in March 2018. She has also been accused of kissing the 17-year-old, touching his bottom and groin and holding hands with him during the night in question. Miss McConnell, who was 30 at the time and married, admits holding hands with the teen but denies kissing him. Dr Fiona Grant, a former head teacher from the school, revealed to the GTCS panel earlier this month how she launched an...
    Tennessee U.S. Senator Bill Hagerty touted his participation on Saturday in a letter signed by more than 30 senators to Securities and Exchange Commission Chairman Gary Gensler, pushing back against a proposed Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) regulation that would harm America’s farmers. The proposed rule is entitled, “The Enhancement and Standardization of Climate-Related Disclosures for Investors.” In a tweet, Hagerty said, “A proposed rule from the SEC would place unworkable climate disclosure regulations on farmers, ranchers & agriculture producers. Pleased to join @SenJohnHoeven & @SenatorTimScott in calling on the SEC to rescind the overreaching proposal that would burden the ag industry.” Senator Hoeven (R-ND) and Senator Scott spearheaded the letter, which was released on June 10. The more than 30 senators expressed their displeasure at the pending rule, saying, “We write to express our concerns regarding the Securities and Exchange Commission’s (SEC) proposed rule on ‘Enhance[ment] and Standardization of Climate-Related Disclosures for Investors.’ In particular, we have serious concerns regarding the SEC’s regulatory overreach, as well as the impact that this proposed rule will have on the agricultural industry....
    A woman who was filmed pepper spraying four Asian women in a racially motivated attack in Manhattan last week has been tracked down and arrested by police, after video of the incident went viral. The suspect, 47-year-old Madeline Barker, was caught on camera hurling racial insults at the victims, such as 'Go back to where you came from' and you don't belong here,' during the June 10 altercation. The incident, which transpired in a public plaza in the Meatpacking District, subsequently sparked a search for the then-unidentified woman - dubbed 'Karen' by internet users. Police now reveal the woman - who wore a bright pink pashmina and Jacqueline Onassis-esque sunglasses during her tirade - is in custody. Barker, who hails from Florida, now faces hate crime charges for the attack, and was awaiting an appearance Saturday in Manhattan Criminal Court on charges of assault as a hate crime, attempted assault as a hate crime and harassment as a hate crime. The incident, which left one victim 'unable to open her eyes,' comes amid a rash of anti-Asian violence in City That Never Sleeps....
    The CDC has issued bizarre guidance telling Americans infected with monkeypox to have sex by masturbating at least six feet away from their partner, among other recommendations. Guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) says anyone who has the disease must not have sex. But for those who ignore the advice, the agency has published a bizarre list of the dos and donts under the bedsheets. Among its tips was also to have sex while still fully-clothed, to ensure all rashes are covered and even to avoid kissing. Other advice was to wash hands, fetish gear and clothes immediately afterwards and even to consider having sex virtually such as over the phone.  People catch monkeypox by touching infectious skin lesions, but it can also be spread through the air during 'sustained' face-to-face contact. It can take up to four weeks for anyone infected with monkeypox to recover from the disease, with about eight days needed from infection for symptoms to appear. Another 12 monkeypox cases were recorded in America Wednesday, in the biggest day-on-day...
    (CNN)Calvin Munerlyn, the security guard who was shot and killed in Michigan last week, was "loved everywhere," his widow told CNN. "He was devoted, loving, kind-hearted, courageous, brave, just committed," she said. "He was just loved everywhere," Munerlyn's widow, Latryna Munerlyn, told CNN's Don Lemon Tuesday night.The 43-year-old guard was shot in the head after telling a customer at a Family Dollar store to wear a face mask -- which the state has mandated for all retail employees and customers, police say. He died at a Flint hospital.Ramonyea Travon Bishop, 23, Larry Edward Teague, 44, and Sharmel Lashe Teague, 45, have been charged with first-degree premeditated murder, along with other charges, the Genesee County Prosecutor's Office said in a statement on Monday.Three family members charged in shooting death of security guard who told a customer to put on a face mask"That was senseless and stupid. And now my babies (are) without a father for the rest of their life," Latryna Munerlyn said.Read MoreThe family had eight children, she said."My children are very, very strong," she said. "They are strong, and...
    Trump-endorsed House candidate Katie Arrington delivered a strange apology to former President Donald Trump during a concession speech that also oddly name-dropped Satan. Trump endorsed Arrington in February over incumbent Rep. Nancy Mace, who committed the sin of speaking out against the insurrection, then lavished praise on Trump in a campaign video following the endorsement. “Katie Arrington is running against an absolutely terrible candidate, Congresswoman Nancy Mace, whose remarks and attitude have been devastating for her community, and not at all representative of the Republican Party to which she has been very disloyal. Katie Arrington, on the other hand, is liked and respected and a true Republican,” Trump wrote, in February, and went on to add “Katie is a wonderful woman and has my Complete and Total Endorsement!” Mace easily defeated Arrington in the South Carolina primaries Tuesday night, which resulted in one of the all-time awkward concession speeches from Arrington. Arrington began by thanking individual supporters and “One extra super special person. And that’s God.” Arrington then delivered a message that has never quite sunk in for Trump, telling...
    SURELY that lump/bump/agonising heart pain can’t be something serious, you tell yourself – there’s no point bothering the doctor. Scenario sound familiar? 9A phenomenon known as Superman Syndrome has some men thinking they’re invincible, just like the caped hero 9Paren Shah, 46, an accountant, thought he just had indigestion when his life was actually on the lineCredit: Supplied 9Matthew Wiltshire felt there was not enough support for men with cancer so he founded The Cancer ClubCredit: Supplied It turns out three quarters of men put off seeing a GP when there is something wrong with them — and it’s not because they are afraid of the white coat. A phenomenon known as Superman Syndrome has some men thinking they’re invincible, just like the caped hero. But it’s time fellas started taking their health more seriously. Experts at Leeds University found heart attack deaths soared by a fifth during the pandemic, while pacemaker operations fell by 49 per cent and waiting times for medical help rose by 69 minutes — meaning men need to seek help, whatever the problem, as early...
    DEAR MISS MANNERS: I am a lawyer of some age, having had a license for more than 40 years. I often have to address written communications to female colleagues. When I began practicing, it was observed that the title “Esq.” was exclusively for male lawyers, no females having been squires. In letters, females were addressed as “Atty.” Those who inquired were told that the female version of “Esq.” was “Good Wife.” Now, my habit of referring to women as “Atty.” has come under fire, notably when I upbraided a woman for listing herself with the honorific “Esq.” The dictionaries now state that it is a unisex term. I’m not so sure. What does Miss Manners think about using the term “Esq.” after a woman lawyer’s name? Related Articles Advice | Miss Manners: What do these people mean when they say I’m ‘fine’? It annoys me. Advice | Miss Manners: This person acts like my sneezes are frightening, and it embarrasses me Advice | Miss Manners: How do I politely request someone without an accent? ...
    Republicans have been highlighting a past video of Sen. Chuck Schumer (D-NY) warning Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh he will “pay the price” in the wake of a would-be assassin being arrested outside the judge’s home. The video of Schumer is from a 2020 protest outside the court. Schumer spoke to the crowd of activists as the judges heard a case on a Louisiana law restricting abortion access. The armed man who was arrested outside Kavanaugh’s Maryland home this week reportedly told police he was angered by a recent opinion draft leak out of the Supreme Court suggesting Roe v. Wade could potentially be overturned. In his 2020 comments, Schumer named both Supreme Court Justice Neil Gorsuch and Kavanaugh and said they could release a “whirlwind” when it comes to abortion. “I want to tell you, Gorsuch; I want to tell you, Kavanaugh; You have released the whirlwind, and you will pay the price. You won’t know what hit you if you go forward with these awful decisions,” Schumer said. Schumer’s “pay the price” line earned a rebuke from Chief...
    A Russian priest now faces up to 10 years behind bars for declaring that troops waging war on Ukraine are going to hell. The charges against Johann Kurmoyarov, a former priestmonk of the Russian Orthodox Church and doctor of theology, come as the Kremlin seeks to stifle dissent over the war, with numerous high-profile musicians and writers recently charged under a new law against spreading “false information” about the Russian military. Kuromaryov has been charged under the same law, according to the independent news outlet Baza, which reported that he was detained in St. Petersburg on Tuesday as investigators conducted a raid in which they inexplicably confiscated some of his religious items. Mediazona confirmed his arrest, citing the press service of the regional courts. The charges against him stem from a video he posted on social media in March responding to Russian propagandist Vladimir Solovyev’s claim that even if the war in Ukraine leads to a nuclear strike, Russians will “go to heaven.” “I would like to disappoint everyone who believes in this ‘fake,’” Kuromaryov...
    An armed man was detained by authorities outside of Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh's home and told officers he wanted to kill the conservative jurist, it was reported on Wednesday. The individual had at least one weapon on him when he was stopped on a street near the Justice's Maryland home, the Washington Post reports. Initial findings indicate he was angry about the draft opinion leaked last month that indicated the Supreme Court could be poised to overturn federal abortion protections. The suspect, allegedly in his mid-20s, was reportedly detained after making a threat against Kavanaugh's life to police officers. The man was found to have at least one weapon as well as burglary tools, the report claims. 
    The Duchess of Cambridge had her hands full looking after her youngest son Prince Louis during the Platinum Jubilee celebrations in London, but hilarious videos show she had some help from her daughter Princess Charlotte. Clips from several events during the Jubilee, including Sunday's Platinum Pageant and Buckingham Palace balcony appearance, as well as Thursday's carriage ride, show Charlotte, seven, giving her younger brother a dressing down. And even Prince George, eight, isn't immune from his sister's bossiness, with a video showing the future king being told how to pose on the balcony - and immediately heeding Charlotte's instructions. 
    NEWCASTLE have been told to splash out £50million if they want to sign Nathan Ake from Manchester City. Eddie Howe wanted the centre-back in January and has identified him as a transfer target once again this summer. 1Manchester City are demanding £50million to let Nathan Ake leaveCredit: Getty The Toon boss has made a second inquiry about Ake after City gave him short shrift when he first asked in January. The Dutch defender obviously knows Howe well, having spent four years under him at Bournemouth, before moving to the Etihad for £40m in 2020. Although Ruben Dias, Aymeric Laporte and John Stones are ahead of him in the pecking order, City would still want an increase on the money they paid two years ago. But at least his £80,000-a-week salary will not be an issue for Newcastle, even if keeping up his regular flow of winners’ medals – two titles and a League Cup so far – may be. Read More in FootballWEDDING BELLS Andy Carroll & Billi Mucklow arrive at venue before wedding TODAY And although Pep Guardiola doesn’t...