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    The White House press office was forced to point out that President Joe Biden does not have cancer after a Wednesday speech in Massachusetts triggered a slew of questions about whether he had just made a major health announcement. No, said a key aide, pointing out that the president was referring to a diagnosis long before he took up residence in the White House. It is just the latest example of aides playing clean-up for the gaffe-prone 79-year-old.  This time it came after Biden delivered a major climate speech and discussed the impact of emissions from oil refineries near his home in Delaware.  'You'd have to put on your windshield wipers to get literally the oil slick off the window,' he said. 'That's why I — and so damn many other people I grew up with — have cancer and why for the longest time Delaware had the highest cancer rate in the nation.' The White House was forced to clarify President Joe Biden's comments in a climate speech on Wednesday, when he appeared to say he has cancer A White...
    Jamie Lynn Spears has announced that she will be releasing a book. The 31-year-old former Nickelodeon star shared an Instagram post on Monday in which she revealed that she had completed writing her memoir titled Things I Should Have Said.      'I can’t believe I finally finished writing my book!!!' Jamie Lynn wrote her lengthy caption. Memoir: Jamie Lynn Spears has announced that she will be releasing a book The How Could I Want More singer explained that she had been working on the book since 2017 following her daughter Maddie Brian Aldridge's near-fatal ATV accident. RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Britney Spears 'just not ready' to perform again... but... 'They think they can f**k with you!' Britney Spears SLAMS... Celeste Barber pays tribute to Britney Spears as she... Britney Spears 'may never perform again because work hasn't... Share this article Share Maddie was submerged underwater for several minutes after her ATV flipped over in a pond. She was hospitalized for five days after being admitted in critical condition but the now...
    As children across the country start going back to school, a debate is raging in many places about whether to mandate that kids and school staff wear masks. In some cases, as Don Lemon highlighted on Wednesday, it’s not a debate so much as shouting and conspiracy-peddling. The CNN host played a clip of a man who was literally screaming at a public hearing in Michigan on Tuesday. “Watch what’s comin’!” he yelled. “These, these mandates are against the Nuremberg Codes! The first one states voluntary informed consent! Are you a Nazi?!” A perplexed Lemon asked, “Why so angry? It’s a mask.” After letting out an exasperated sigh, he played footage from a school board meeting in South Carolina where one concerned parent said the U.S. Centers for Disease Control might turn schools into concentration camps: The CDC is considering what is called the shielding approach to prevent Covid-19. It is a plan to shut down schools and to use them as camps to physically isolate men, women and children. Now, we know that concentration camps were something that the...
    A MUM revealed how she was told she should terminate her pregnancy, after finding out her baby was going to be disabled. Little Henry Higgs, now 11 months, loves to splash around in the bath and reach out and touch his toys. 5Mum Rosie with baby HenryCredit: SWNS Mum Rosie Higgs, 29, had been told her unborn son might have amniotic band syndrome - a condition which would stop his limbs from growing properly - at her routine 20-week scan. She said people questioned whether she should terminate the pregnancy - but Rosie insists she had "no doubt" she was going to keep her baby boy. Little Henry arrived via c-section and had just one arm and with a webbed hand. Rosie, a special needs school care assistant, from Harrow, London, said: "When I was told my baby would only have one arm - and no legs - I was so worried and upset. 5The cute little lad is doted on my his big brother and sisterCredit: SWNS "But there was no doubt in my mind that I was keeping him -...
    Actress Olivia Munn said Thursday on MSNBC’s “Andrea Mitchell Reports” that Cherokee County Sheriff’s Office Captain Jay Baker was “racist” and should be fired for his comments about the shootings at Atlanta-area spas, killing eight people. At a news conference, Baker said that the shooter “was pretty much fed up and kind of at the end of his rope, and yesterday was a really bad day for him, and this is what he did.” Munn said, “To hear this captain actually try to humanize the shooter in this way, it just dehumanizes all of the victims. Then to find out that he had been posting racist Facebook posts about blaming the pandemic on China, I don’t even know why this guy still has a job. He made those posts in April 2020. Today after everybody saw this, the sheriff’s department removed those posts. We still have the receipts and know what was done.” She added, “The fact that this guy was up there on this platform and giving all these excuses for the shooter without letting the investigation play out...
    President Donald Trump wearing a mask while visiting Walter Reed National Military Medical Center in Bethesda, Maryland, July 11, 2020. REUTERS/Tasos Katopodis Trump said he won't issue a national mandate on wearing masks in a clip from an interview with Fox News due to be broadcast Sunday. "I want people to have a certain freedom," Trump said, adding later in the interview: "I'm a believer in masks, I think masks are good." Infectious disease expert Dr. Fauci on Friday urged state officials to be "as forceful as possible" in getting people to wear masks.  Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Donald Trump says he will not force Americans to wear masks. In a clip from a Fox News interview due to be broadcast in as part of an interview on Sunday, the president was asked whether he would consider a national mandate on wearing masks. "No, I want people to have a certain freedom, and I don't believe in that," Trump said. Trump appeared in public wearing a mask for the first time one week ago while...
    Democrats say federal authorities should not intervene when crowds of protesters deface and destroy monuments. President Trump issued an executive order on Tuesday authorizing the federal government to arrest anyone who vandalizes or destroys any monument that resides on U.S. federal property. An individual could face up to 10 years in prison, per the Veteran’s Memorial Preservation Act. “It’s not our role, and that this was acting locally, and people are working on it. I don't feel the need to intervene,” Oregon Democratic Rep. Earl Blumenauer told the Washington Examiner. Connecticut Democratic Rep. Rosa DeLauro said the protesters “ought to be protesting [Attorney General William] Barr” instead. Washington, D.C., Mayor Muriel Bowser said on Thursday, nearly a week after protesters tore down a Confederate statue in the district and set it on fire, that “a mob” should not determine what happens to statues in localities such as Washington. “This is what I think we need to do with statues … is to have a reasonable conversation on statues and other historical figures. Not have a mob decide they want to...
    The mayor of Washington, D.C., pushed back against protesters who recently tore down a Confederate statue and vandalized other monuments. Muriel Bowser, a Democrat, said on Thursday that there should be a discussion about what to do with the statues rather than a “mob” mentality toward them. “This is what I think we need to do with statues … is to have a reasonable conversation on statues and other historical figures. Not have a mob decide they want to pull it down and certainly not destroy anything in the District and set it on fire,” she said. “So my first response to you is, we need to maintain safety and order around statues.” The remarks come after a statue of Confederate Gen. Albert Pike was torn down by demonstrators and set ablaze in the District last Friday. Police reportedly looked on as the protesters tore down the statue of the Confederate general. On Monday, police clashed with demonstrators near the White House after they attempted to topple a statue of former President Andrew Jackson. DC’s congressional...
    Washington D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser on Thursday warned that a “mob” would not be deciding which statues in the city are taken down, amid a rise in people across the country tearing down historic American monuments. "This is what I think we need to do with statues...is to have a reasonable conversation on statues and other historical figures. Not have a mob decide they want to pull it down and certainly not destroy anything in the District and set it on fire,” Bowser, a Democrat, said. “So my first response to you is, we need to maintain safety and order around statues.” DC'S CONGRESSIONAL DELEGATE WANTS 'PROBLEMATIC' LINCOLN STATUE REMOVED FROM LINCOLN PARK The comments come amid a swell of anger aimed at statues and monuments in the wake of the killing of George Floyd in police custody and a revival of discussion about race and America’s history. While the initial targets were Confederate generals and figures, it has quickly spread to others including Abraham Lincoln, who signed the Emancipation Proclamation, and Thomas Jefferson, who penned the Declaration of Independence. Over the weekend,...
    Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich said Wednesday that New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s response to the planned removal of a statue of Theodore Roosevelt from the entrance to the Museum of Natural History was “a disgrace.” “I don’t know if he intended to, but Governor Cuomo now made clear what the choice is," Gingrich told “Outnumbered Overtime". "You want to live in a country with looters and people who tear down statues, you ought to vote Democrat. PELOSI SAYS REPUBLICANS 'TRYING TO GET AWAY WITH MURDER' OF GEORGE FLOYD “If you think that we ought to have law and order, that people should not tear down statues, that people should not loot, people should not establish independent zones in Seattle, then you ought to vote Republican,” Gingrich said. Cuomo and New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio have expressed support for the museum's decision to remove the Roosevelt statue in the wake of backlash following protests over the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis police custody. “I think the museum has a made a decision," Cuomo told MSNBC Monday. "They think the statue in this environment is in bad...
    PORTLAND, ORE. (AP) — Jeremy Christian, convicted of a double murder on a Portland light-rail train, was sentenced Wednesday to life in prison without possibility of parole. The sentencing by Multnomah County Circuit Judge Cheryl Albrecht occurred a day after Christian jumped to his feet in court and told a survivor he regretted not killing her. Christian, 38, was found guilty in February on 12 counts, including the stabbing murders of train passengers Ricky John Best, 53, and Taliesin Myrddin Namkai-Meche, 23, on May 26, 2017. A third stabbing victim survived. His victims had attempted to intervene when he began shouting racist and anti-Muslim slurs as he sat near two teenage black girls. The minimum sentence would have allowed the possibility of parole after 30 years. The judge cited Christian’s lack of remorse in giving him the maximum sentence. Before the sentencing, he had stated to the court that he accepted no guilt for the killings. “I do regret that two people died, but I do not regret my actions that led to their death,” he said. Christian’s outburst...
    BALTIMORE (AP) — Gun buyers in Maryland should expect delays for background checks because of a “catastrophic hardware failure” in a state data system, authorities said in an advisory this week. The hardware failure has interrupted the ability of the Maryland State Police's licensing division to fulfill background checks for regulated firearm purchase applications, handgun qualification license applications and state wear-and-carry permit applications. The state police said applications to buy firearms from a dealer will likely take longer than the required seven-day wait period, the Baltimore Sun reported Wednesday. The hardware failure is preventing the agency from accessing all the databases used in the process, state police spokesman Greg Shipley said. The agency is urging regulated firearms dealers not to transfer weapons until the background checks have been completed and asking them to hold pending sale releases beyond the one-week wait period. “They are not required to by law and if they choose not to, we have set forth a procedure listed in the attached advisory to ensure we have a record of that release, should an issue arise later...
    GLENDALE -- Kevin Bacon and Amanda Seyfried are hoping to scare you with their movie, "You Should Have Left." It's based on a novel about a screenwriter, his actress wife and their young daughter. They head off for a remote vacation in Wales. They just pick the wrong house!The house, which really exists, is not what you might expect at first glance."It was very specific that we wanted it not be a classic horror movie house," said Bacon."It doesn't want you in it. And it keeps shape-shifting," said Seyfried. "Yeah, no, no thanks. I do not feel feel welcome! It was a little more comfortable behind-the-scenes but it's bizarre. I've never seen a house like that."Both stars also say they've never seen a child actress quite like Avery Essex, who plays their daughter, and who gets caught up in the nightmare surrounding this house."It was her first movie. So to have a child on a set dealing with this kind of material, you know, the director would say 'Action!' And I sometimes I almost couldn't work with her because I...
    A former NFL player and supporter of President Trump running for Congress in Utah said the NFL is wrong to show tolerance for Colin Kaepernick and his social justice activism. “We have too many Americans now accepting the notion that the flag should be a place where people should be ashamed of or take a knee, that’s what it comes down to,” Burgess Owens, who played for the New York Jets in the 1970s, told Sports Illustrated. Owens, an African American and critic of the Black Lives Matter movement, called Kaepernick a communist. "We’re willing to have the distraction of a Marxist, a Castro, brother-loving Marxist to come back and play that many Americans don’t want to see him play,” Owens said. The former safety was referring to NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell's recent statements voicing support for Kaepernick's national anthem protests and the Black Lives Matter movement in general. "Well, listen, if he wants to resume his career in the NFL, then obviously, it's going to take a team to make that decision," Goodell told...
    Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams on Sunday addressed the skyrocketing use of illegal fireworks in the city — and urged New Yorkers not to report the blasts so as to avoid “heavy-handed policing.” Instead of calling 311 or 911, neighbors should “go talk to the young people or the people on your block who are using fireworks” and warn them of the dangers, Adams said at a press conference. “Stopping fireworks cannot turn into fireworks between the police and the community,” Adams said. “We want a good community response to dealing with a nuisance,” he continued. “This is a nonviolent act. So those three numbers that we all dial, 911, get over that.” The “day to day” stopping of illegal firecrackers should come from community members or groups, such as violence-prevention outreach organization Cure Violence, Adams said. Police should instead focus on stopping the flow of pyrotechnics coming into the Big Apple or to confiscate large quantities, the borough president continued. Anti-cop protesters in the community “can’t have it both ways” when it comes to calling authorities to report fireworks,...
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