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    THE Queen will only invite working royals to the balcony for her Platinum Jubilee celebrations, it was confirmed today. The bombshell call means Meghan Markle, Prince Harry and Prince Andrew will all be scrapped from the Royal Family's Trooping the Colour appearance on Thursday June 2. 4The Queen will only invite working members of the Royal Family to the balcony during her jubilee celebrationsCredit: AP The Queen’s Birthday Parade will start at 10am, complete with a display of military pageantry on Horse Guards Parade. Once the parade has ended, the Royal Family will take to the Buckingham Palace balcony, where they will wave at crowds and watch the flypast. But after "careful consideration", the appearance will be limited to "those Members of the Royal Family who are currently undertaking official public duties on behalf of The Queen". Here's why. Read More RoyalsROYAL WISHES Queen, Kate & Wills wish Archie a 'very happy' third bday with throwback photoNOSE IN THE HEIR Prince Harry's five snubs revealed after explosive TV interview Not working royals Prince Harry, Meghan Markle...
    MILLIONS of Americans are experiencing increased prices at the pumps as oil prices hover around $100 per barrel. Now, an auto expert warns that the high gas prices are here to stay. 1Man pays for gas at pumpCredit: Getty  "...there are things on the horizon that mean gasoline prices [are] going higher," said Robert Sinclair Jr, a spokesperson for AAA. One of these things, he explained, is the "summer blends" of gas, which is more difficult to refine and distribute. This process starts Wednesday on the West Coast and has to be completed by mid-April. "That leaves the prices going up," he said. READ MORE ON GAS PRICESSAY WATT Why are gas prices so expensive?FUELLING UP Best day to buy gas revealed as prices rocket - and you can save $100 a year This comes as gas prices have hit a record high of an average of $4.43 per gallon, rising 22 percent in the past two weeks. Last week, President Joe Biden issued an executive order that bans Russian oil to be imported after the invasion...
    During his first year as president, Joe Biden has been quite aggressive and proactive in his response to the COVID-19 pandemic — giving Dr. Anthony Fauci free rein, encouraging vaccines and booster shots and issuing a vaccination/testing mandate (which the U.S. Supreme Court, in a 6-3 decision, ruled against in January). Fauci hasn’t had to walk on eggshells the way he did under former President Donald Trump; like President Barack Obama, President Ronald Reagan, President Bill Clinton and President George W. Bush, Biden has valued the 80-year-old immunologist’s expertise. After two years of masks, restrictions and social distancing, however, many Americans are feeling frustrated — and Biden continues to suffer from weak approval ratings. But journalist Robert Gebelhoff, in an opinion column published by the Washington Post on February 2, lays out some reasons why he believes that Biden’s COVID-19 response is seriously underrated and the president deserves more credit than he’s been getting. “There are legitimate reasons that a majority of Americans disapprove of President Biden’s handling of the coronavirus pandemic,” Gebelhoff argues. “Most of them begin with a...
    Jodi Jacobson | Getty Images When it comes to creating a will and other estate-planning documents, be aware that you probably should revisit them many times before they actually are needed. It's generally recommended that you give these end-of-life legal papers a checkup at least every few years unless there are reasons to do it more often. Things like marriage, divorce, birth or adoption of a child should spur a review, as should coming into a lot of money (i.e., inheritance, lottery win, etc.) or moving to another state where estate laws differ from the one where your will was drawn up. "One of the main considerations for a review is ... when there's a major change in your life," said Nick Foulks, who oversees client engagement at Great Waters Financial in Minneapolis. More from Personal Finance:How you can prepare for an interest rate hikeHere’s how to get a faster tax refundA financial road map for the rest of the year The pandemic has spurred increased interest in estate planning, which includes a will and other legal documents that address...
    Under pressure from Governor Kathy Hochul, hospitals in New York have disclosed that nearly half of their so-called COVID-19 patients currently hospitalized were admitted for other reasons. Of the roughly 11,500 COVID-19 patients currently hospitalized in the state, COVID was not included as one of the reasons for admission for 43 percent, according to data Hochul released on Friday. In New York City, the rate was even higher, with 51 percent of current COVID patients classified as 'with' COVID, as opposed to 'for' the virus. In patients 'with' COVID, they were hospitalized for unrelated reasons, such as injuries in a car crash, but tested positive for the virus on the routine screening administered to all new patients and were subsequently reclassified as COVID admissions. Hospitals in New York have disclosed that nearly half of their so-called COVID-19 patients currently hospitalized were admitted for other reasons New York Governor Kathy Hochul this week ordered hospitals to begin revealing the distinction, which earned her praise for the increased transparency RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next New York's Omicron surge...
    Getty Buffalo Bills defensive tackle Star Lotulelei tackles New York Jets running back Le'Veon Bell during a game in 2019. The Buffalo Bills will be without one of their biggest run stoppers for a rematch with a team that ran them into the ground in the first meeting. The Bills meet the New England Patriots on December 26 with the AFC East on the line. A win would give Buffalo a division lead and control of their own destiny, while a loss would leave them scrambling for a wild card berth. The Patriots won the first game between the teams, a 14-10 slugfest played in a driving rainstorm with winds that reached 50 mph, adopting a run-heavy approach that saw rookie quarterback Mac Jones throw the ball just three times. New England could once again have a ground advantage, as the Bills will be without the anchor of their defensive line. The latest Bills news straight to your inbox! Join the Heavy on Bills newsletter here! Join Heavy on Bills! Bills Lose StarterThe team announced on Saturday...
    WINTER has arrived and it is cold – even with the heating on, some people are getting cold feet. But the chilly weather might not be the only reasons why your feet are going numb – there could be a string of causes behind the chilly toes. 2 Five reasons why your feet are cold Freezing feet are a common problem, but if you still have cold feet despite wearing warm, fluffy socks, it may be a sign of a medical issue. Read on for five key reasons your feet are cold. Most read in Health COVID SURGE Omicron cases could surge to 15,000 a day as Covid variant sweeps Europe WARNING SIGN Diabetes warning: The ‘irreversible’ sign of damage you can spot in your mouth SPOT THE DIFFERENCE The 3 symptoms of Omicron variant that are DIFFERENT to other strains MUTANT DOMINATION Fears Omicron ‘will rip through unvaccinated & spark tough restrictions’ GHOST OF XMAS FUTURE Covid could ruin Christmas for the ‘next FIVE YEARS’, experts warn HEARTACHE Urgent warning from heart surgeons as quarter of a...
    MANCHESTER UNITED sacked Ole Gunnar Solskjaer this morning following yesterday's dismal 4-1 defeat at Watford. The Norwegian, 48, had overseen a dreadful run of form of late, culminating in the Vicarage Road debacle. 3Ole Gunnar Solskjaer was axed by Man United this morningCredit: AFP United chiefs announced their decision earlier today, before confirming that Michael Carrick would take the reigns before an interim is appointed until the end of the season. As the dust settles on Solskjaer's near three-year reign, SunSport's Neil Custis examines just where it went wrong for United's hero of '99. MUDDLED THINKING When to press, when to sit back and break, who to do it against and not? We’ve bought a winger with the best stats in Europe in Jadon Sancho but when, how and where do I use him? Play Paul Pogba high up and he creates against Newcastle, then drop him deep again. Most read in Premier LeagueLive BlogUNITED LATEST Man Utd AXE Solskjaer with Zidane and Pochettino sounded out as replacementsLive BlogFOOTY LIVE Newcastle join £70m Vlahovic transfer race, Gerrard WINS...
    Wells Adams slips Sarah Hyland the tongue, more celeb PDA of 2021 FDA committee to decide on boosters; White House says US has plenty of supply of vaccine: Latest COVID-19 updates The Miami Dolphins will have to wait another week, at least, to see Will Fuller V suit up. Fuller, who sat out Week 1 as he finished serving a six-game suspension for performance-enhancing drugs, won’t play in Week 2 against the Buffalo Bills. Fuller didn’t practice Friday and won’t play Sunday due to a personal issue, Dolphins coach Brian Flores told Miami media. © Provided by Yahoo! Sports Will Fuller, now with the Miami Dolphins, won't play this week due to a personal matter. (Photo by Bob Levey/Getty Images) No details given for Will Fuller's absence Flores declined to say if Fuller will be back this season, via Joe Schad of the Palm Beach Post, which indicates this might not be a one-week absence. “I respect his privacy. ... We support Will,” Flores said, via the AP. “Things arise in our lives. That’s kind of what he’s dealing...
    exist nutrients that are simply essential For the proper functioning of the body, within them the minerals play a very important role. Although they are often associated with various health benefits, specifically some have a significant influence on the weight loss process. It has recently been discovered that chromium can be a great ally in weight lossIn fact, its deficiency has been proven to affect the body’s ability to lose weight. Chromium is important in the breakdown of fats and carbohydrates. It stimulates the synthesis of fatty acids and cholesterol, which are also important for brain function and other bodily processes. As if that were not enough, it is related to great qualities to control appetite and cravings, and is of great help to enhance the burning of body fat and sports performance. Chromium also helps in insulin action and glucose breakdown. In fact, it has been proven that insulin resistance is one of the most common problems in weight loss, it is also usually related to an increased risk of prediabetes and type 2 diabetes. All the...
    Archbishop Wilton Gregory poised to become first African American cardinal in Catholic history SEE IT: California resident catches racist vandal posting Nazi stickers, confronts him in viral video Here are key reasons bitcoin prices are tumbling, and the bullish factors that may buoy them © jack guez/Agence France-Presse/Getty Images MARKET EXTRA Load Error A fresh record high for bitcoin is going to have to wait, if it comes at all. Bitcoin prices on Friday were being pummeled, pushing the cryptocurrency into correction territory, commonly defined as a decline in an asset from a recent peak of at least 10%. At last check, Bitcoins changed hands on CoinDesk, down 2.4%, at $16,714, representing a more than 14% decline from its 52-week peak at $19,495, put in less than 24-hours before its Thanksgiving tumble. Bitcoin has been a traditionally volatile asset since its inception, but if those observing the closely followed cryptocurrency are looking for reasons for its recent drop, market participants were pointing to at least three key factors: A series of messages from...
    (CNN)Admiral Brett Giroir, the White House's coronavirus testing czar, said Wednesday that coronavirus cases are surging because the virus is spreading and that the US can control the pandemic, disputing President Donald Trump that cases are surging because of increased testing.Trump again falsely claimed in a tweet Monday that the surge of cases in the US is because "we TEST, TEST, TEST." Asked about Trump's tweet during an interview with NBC's "Today" show on Wednesday, Giroir said that cases and hospitalizations are actually increasing. He also called for the US to increase testing capacities and to do more testing."We do believe and the data show that the cases are going up. It's not just a function of testing. Yes, we're getting more cases identified, but the cases are actually going up, and we know that too because hospitalizations are going up," Giroir said, acknowledging that deaths are increasing as well. "Now the peak was in the 70-thousands in July. We're at about 40 to 43,000 now. So, we're much less than July, but those are going up, those are real,...
    Scientists appalled by political meddling of CDC report McDonalds is selling a 3-foot-long Chicken McNugget body pillow so you can snuggle up to your favorite snack 3 Reasons After-Tax Accounts Are Your Key to a Relaxing Retirement Taxes remain one of the few remaining certainties you will face throughout your lifetime, but there are big opportunities available now to reduce their effects on your long-term financial plan. Financial pundits frequently lead people to believe that they will definitely be in a lower tax bracket in retirement and therefore should defer much of their income in pre-tax retirement accounts like 401(k)s or traditional IRAs. © Provided by The Motley Fool 3 Reasons After-Tax Accounts Are Your Key to a Relaxing Retirement However, the downside is that withdrawals from these pre-tax accounts are subject to tax. This leaves retirement savers open to future increases in tax rates. It also forces them to then consider the effect of RMDs (Required Minimum Distributions) on the whole of their taxable income. Load Error From a psychological standpoint, I'd argue that simply knowing your...
    Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe says he will step down due to his health. Some key dates in his life and career: Sept. 21, 1954 — Shinzo Abe is born to parents who both came from political families, and his father, Shintaro Abe, later became foreign minister. 1977 — Graduated from Seikei University in Tokyo. 1979 — Starts working at Kobe Steel. 1993 — First elected as legislator from the southwestern prefecture of Yamaguchi. 2005 — Appointed chief Cabinet secretary under Prime Minister Junichiro Koizumi. 2006 — Is elected leader of the governing Liberal Democratic party, making him prime minister. 2007 — Resigns as prime minister, citing health reasons. 2012 — Starts his second stint as prime minister. 2013 — Embarks on his “Abenomics” policies to encourage growth through easy lending and structural reforms. 2017 and 2019 — Holds meetings with U.S. President Donald Trump, including golfing. Aug. 24, 2020 — Becomes Japan’s longest-serving prime minister by consecutive days in office, surpassing his great uncle. Aug. 28, 2020 — Abe...
    Next1 of 5Prev postUse your ← → (arrows) to browse The Steelers limped to an 8-8 finish last season after losing Ben Roethlisberger to injury. With Big Ben back on the field, Pittsburgh can win it all. Mike Tomlin might preside over the team most anxious to get on the field in 2020. The Steelers played really ugly football in 2019 without the services of quarterback Ben Roethlisberger. Officials in Pittsburgh believe his return has the franchise poised for big-time success this season. The Steelers aren’t a team that will enter the season as one of the Super Bowl favorites, but they have the talent required to challenge the likes of Baltimore and Kansas City for NFL supremacy. Read on to learn the top five reasons why Pittsburgh can win a Super Bowl title this season.5. Eric Ebron can really help Big BenEbron isn’t the most reliable tight end in the NFL, but it’s foolish to ignore his obvious athletic ability. His combination of size and speed gives him a real chance to develop into one of Roethlisberger’s favorite targets....
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