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    When the Chicago Bears made their way onto the field for Tuesday’s Family Fest practice at Soldier Field, they were greeted by some of the familiarities of home. A steady breeze blew in off Lake Michigan. The skyline looked majestic above the stadium’s north side. Hordes of excited Bears fans filled the morning with welcome enthusiasm. And the grass? Well, the grass was the way Soldier Field grass too often is. Trampled. Patchy. Chewed up. Veteran kicker Cairo Santos was dismayed if not even a bit surprised or rattled. “Especially with it being the week of our first game of the (preseason),” Santos said Wednesday. “I’ve seen better. It’s just what we have to deal with.” Defensive end Robert Quinn was alerted a little while later of Santos’ less-than-glowing review of the Soldier Field grass. “If he’s just realizing that,” Quinn said with a big smile, “I mean … I think it’s a little late. That’s just part of Soldier Field.” Santos wasn’t complaining or experiencing any sort of personal revelation. This will be his third consecutive season calling Soldier...
    Aaron Rodgers and Shailene Woodley's breakup did not come as a surprise to confidantes of the former celebrity couple. Insiders close to the Green Bay Packers quarterback, 38, and Big Little Lies actress, 30, spoke with People in a piece published Thursday in the wake of the couple's breakup more than a year after they announced their engagement. The NFL staple and Divergent star 'fell hard and fast, but it was a mismatch from the start,' a source told the outlet. 'No one in their circle is surprised this didn't work out.' The latest: The split of Aaron Rodgers, 38, and Shailene Woodley, 30, breakup did not come as a surprise to confidantes of the former celebrity couple, as multiple sources detailed issues with the relationship following their split  The insider said of the couple, who first began dating in July of 2020: 'In the bubble of the pandemic, it was easy for them to fall in love and focus only on their relationship but that's not real life.' The source noted that 'Aaron's a complicated guy,' following an NFL...
    Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez said it's 'not a mystery' why legislation banning members of Congress from trading individual stock has not yet passed despite swelling public support, and estimated that a 'majority' of Congress trade stocks.   'An enormous amount - I wouldn’t be surprised if it was a majority of members of Congress - hold and trade individual stock,' the New York Democrat told Yahoo Finance. 'It’s not really a mystery to me why it’s difficult to pass' the legislation, she added. A push to ban lawmakers from trading stocks has gained momentum after a number of questionable trades prompted ethics concerns.  'Even last year there was at least 75 members of Congress that held individual stock in Johnson & Johnson, Moderna and Pfizer,' the congresswoman added.  At least 75 members of Congress did hold shares in the three pharmaceutical companies that developed a Covid-19 vaccine, even as they voted on legislation to allocate billions on developing and distributing the vaccine. 'That is where we should be drawing the line,' Ocasio-Cortez said.  'I am a member of Congress. Members of Congress...
    NASA shared an attention-grabbing image of a Mars rock that looks as if it is wearing a surprised face. The US space agency took to Twitter to share a comical image of a rock on Mars' surface on Monday that had hundreds of users talking. 3This Mars rock featuring drill holes from NASA's Perseverance looks like it's making a surprised face NASA officials shared three images on their Mars Perseverance Twitter account this week: Two of a rock's surface and one of Perseverance's wheel. The rock, designated "Issole," appears to have two widened eyes and an open "O"-shaped mouth akin to a surprised look. Issole wore a surprised face thanks to NASA's Perserverance land rover, which drilled holes into its surface to collect samples. "This rock almost looked surprised that I was coming back," the Twitter post said. "Thankfully, I was able to collect another sample here to replace the one I discarded earlier," the tweet continued. NASA officials added that this sample may be one of the oldest that Perseverance has collected and may help us to better...
    When one of the most recognizable nonprofits in the world loses 75% of its contributions over a four-year period, there are typically investigatory reports written into what has gone wrong. That isn’t the case with the Clinton Foundation. The Foundation received $62.9 million in 2016 but only $16.3 million in 2020, and very few people seem to have noticed. That is because most Beltway insiders know the Clinton Foundation’s primary purpose: to serve as a platform for Hillary Clinton’s political operation while lining the Clintons’ pockets by trading influence for money. That is why donations spiked when Hillary was secretary of state and most of the world thought she was destined to become president — and why they cratered after she lost. Kevin Thurm, the CEO of the Clinton Foundation, tried to play off the 2020 decline off as pandemic-related. In a letter, he wrote that 2020 “was a difficult year for philanthropy. Across the sector, resources were stretched thinly and fundraising activities were impacted.” This argument doesn’t explain the tens of millions the Foundation lost between 2016 and 2019 and ignores that charitable...
    The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said that no cases of the new omicron variant of COVID-19 have been identified in the country as of Friday night. The agency said it was following details on the new variant, which was first reported in South Africa and is feared to be more infectious than previous variants. The CDC classified omicron as a 'variant of concern.'  'We are grateful to the South African government and its scientist who have openly communicated with the global scientific community and continue to share information about this variant with the US Department of Health and Human Services and CDC,' the CDC said in a statement. 'We are working with other US and global public health and industry partners to learn more about this variant, as we continue to monitor its path.' The agency added that omicron would be 'identified quickly' if it appears in the US as the virus has popped up in several European countries, Israel, Hong Kong and Australia.  The CDC's statement comes as Dr. Anthony Fauci, the US top health expert, said he...
    Fox News' Jimmy Failla sounded off on Vice President Kamala Harris after Iran began promoting a video of her praising an anti-Israel student for "speaking her truth." The "FOX Across America" radio host warned Iran now sees weakness in the U.S. due to a trend of not supporting Israel among some in the Democratic party.  HARRIS' OFFICE FORCED INTO DAMAGE CONTROL MODE AFTER STUDENT ACCUSES ISRAEL OF ‘ETHNIC GENOCIDE’ JIMMY FAILLA: This is the problem with this administration. Iran sees a weakness in us right now. They really do, because there is within the Democratic Party, loud voices who don't support Israel and people who kind of thrive off slandering America and slandering its allies. Whether we're talking about the Border Patrol, whether we're talking about Israel.  When she says it's important that ‘your truth’ get expressed. There isn't ‘your truth.’ There is the truth, and Israel is not any of the things it was characterized as. But I'm not surprised Kamala didn't push back. Why? Because she doesn't like to talk to the problem. This is a border czar who...
    During Tuesday’s broadcast of FNC’s “Fox & Friends,” Rep. Jim Jordan (R-OH) slammed the White House’s ongoing “mess” at the U.S.-Mexico border. Jordan pointed out that the messaging from President Joe Biden and his administration has led to the crisis at the border. “You know, look, I say all the time when you pay people not to work, you shouldn’t be surprised when you can’t find workers; when you defund the police, you shouldn’t be surprised when you get more crime; and when you send a message from the White House we’re going to stop building the wall, and we’re going to get rid of the Remain in Mexico policy, you shouldn’t be surprised when people come into the country,” Jordan emphasized. “So, there were 15,000 under the bridge a week and a half ago. We don’t know where those Haitian migrants are. They cant tell us, and now there are 15,000 more coming? I mean, this is the mess you have when you send the wrong messages from the White House, and you implement the wrong policies, so here...
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    Fox News’ Bret Baier said Friday he was “surprised” that no one in the Biden administration had stepped down as a result of the United States’ botched withdrawal from Afghanistan. He made the comment in a morning segment with colleagues Bill Hemmer and Dana Perino, who played a clip of Biden’s July 8 comment that the odds of the Taliban “overrunning everything and owning” Afghanistan were “highly unlikely.” “I’m kind of surprised no one has resigned or been fired as of yet, because it is that big of a whiff, that big of a total miss,” Baier said. “To have your principals — the president, the secretary of state — saying it’s not going to go from a Friday to Monday. This is not going to be a Saigon. And then, suddenly, it’s worse than Saigon. It’s on its way to Beirut, because we’re in a situation where this is a giant target, the Kabul airport.” Hemmer speculated moments later, “On the resignations, the reason why no one has been fired is likely because they were giving him advice and he overruled...
    JAVIER TEBAS is shocked that Barcelona haven't received any bids for free agent Lionel Messi. Despite several major European clubs, including Paris Saint-Germain and Manchester City, declaring their interest in the Argentinian mega-star, none of them made a concrete offer. 2Javier Tebas is shocked Lionel Messi has not received an offer from Europe's eliteCredit: AFP This comes as a huge surprise to Tebas, who thought the 34-year-old would've been swamped with options by now. He told Marca: "Right now I can only give my opinion, and that is that it is odd that there has been no offer [for Messi] from Manchester City or Paris Saint-Germain. "And I firmly believe there isn't and that the player wants to stay." Messi's been out of contract since his previous deal expired at the end of last month. Financial implications caused by Covid-19 and a strict wage bill set by LaLiga chiefs has meant Barca can't match Messi's salary demands. And although Tebas wants the six-time Ballon d'Or winner to remain at the Nou Camp, he refuses to bend the rules to accommodate...
    Green Bay Packers legend Brett Favre says fans don’t need to "hit the panic button" just yet.  Favre discussed the ongoing situation between the Packers and Aaron Rodgers on his podcast this week saying that his absence from organized team activities (OTAs) and most recently mandatory minicamp is not something worth hanging on to.  PACKERS’ JORDAN LOVE SAYS HE’LL BE ‘100% READY TO BE WEEK 1 STARTER: ‘THAT’S WHAT I’M HERE FOR’ "No one should be surprised," he said. "In the big picture, I don’t know what’s gonna happen. … It’s not the first time someone’s missed a minicamp or an OTA or mandatory participation, whatever that may be. But you shouldn’t be surprised." Favre said it’s hard to nail down what exactly this issue is but said he doesn’t believe it has anything to do with the drafting of Jordan Love.  CLICK HERE FOR MORE SPORTS COVERAGE ON FOXNEWS.COM "I think the question really comes down to, Can the issue or issues be fixed between Aaron and, we assume, Brian Gutekunst, the GM? Can those be resolved? … Or...
    The Phoenix Suns’ job isn’t done in their first-round series against the Los Angeles Lakers, but no one should be surprised if they pull off the “upset.” The Phoenix Suns may be the 2-seed in their first-round matchup against the Los Angeles Lakers, but very few people had the guts to pick them in a seven-game series against the defending NBA champions. “I don’t want to give an official update on him until I get more information, I don’t have anything right now,” Williams said. “But when I talked to him when he came back out, he said he still had his strength. He seems to be okay, but we wanna wait until tomorrow after he wakes up, and then our medical team can make an assessment.” Paul described his shoulder as “a little banged up” but said he’s all right before expanding on his recovery process heading into Thursday’s game. “I’ve been doing treatment all day every day, just trying to do whatever I can to get out there and help us,” he said. “The biggest thing right now...
    Republican Congressman Matt Gaetz, a spoiled 38-year-old adult child of a wealthy Floridian who has never had to earn an honest dollar in his life, is allegedly a part-time predatory teen girl aficionado — something he emphatically denies — and is unquestionably a full-time creep. Quelle surprise: It seems there’s more slime on the representative from Florida’s first district than there is in all of the Everglades. It’s hard to say what exactly made the exposure of Gaetz’s dirtiness so predictable to people outside the Beltway. It could have been the 16 speeding tickets and DUI, his aspirant daddy relationship with former President Donald Trump, that time he staged a photo of himself to mock COVID-19 by wearing a gas mask, his friendship with alt-right figures like Holocaust denier Charles Johnson, appearances in media where he appeared addled, or the fact that he was known to haunt a popular college bar in Tallahassee while he was serving as a state lawmaker. Maybe it was the time he lamented not being able to “hunt down” antifa like the military hunts terrorists,...
    CNN host Don Lemon says he wasn't surprised about Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's claims of racism in the Royal family because the monarchy was 'built on a racist structure'.  The Duke and Duchess of Sussex sat down with Oprah Winfrey for a bombshell interview on Sunday night, in which they described how their decision to step down as Royals was fueled in part by racism within Harry's family.  In one of the most remarkable segments, Meghan claimed that an unnamed relative had asked 'how dark' their unborn baby Archie would be.  Reacting to the interview on Monday, Lemon told CNN Newsroom anchor Brianna Keilar: 'I don't think Oprah or anyone that watched it, any person of color, is surprised that the British family, that there was racism there.  'That is what the monarchy is based on: heredity, hierarchy, a caste system, bloodlines. And so the whole institution is built on a racist structure.  'There should not be a "Oh my God, the British family is racist." Of course they're racist. That's what the entire monarchy is built on. The racism, the family that is supposed...
    National Guard troops surrounding the U.S. Capitol were surprised to learn Thursday they will be staying in Washington well into the spring — despite a peaceful day after senior law enforcement officials had warned of possible QAnon-inspired violence. Their shock came after Pentagon officials confirmed they had received a request to extend the Guard mission for a reported 60 days despite an unclear threat, with GOP lawmakers railing at what they believe is an unnecessary militarization of the capital city. Republicans contend the Biden administration and Democratic congressional leaders are using the Jan. 6 Capitol riot and continued troop presence to make former President Donald Trump and his supporters look bad. “Oh, really?” one Pennsylvania National Guard member said when informed of the extension by the Washington Examiner through a vast Capitol perimeter fence at 2nd Street NE. “We signed on the dotted line. We do what we’re told,” he added from behind Oakley-style sunglasses while clutching a Bang energy drink. The sentiment reflected the same obedient acceptance as numerous Guard members who reacted to the extension throughout the...
    Kourtney Kardashian and Travis Barker's relationship has the full support of their loved ones. According to Us Weekly, the couple has received the stamp of approval from their families. "Kourtney and Travis have been spending a lot of time together, but they’re taking their time and trying not to move too fast," an insider told the outlet. "No one is surprised by their relationship." The magazine's source added that the pair has "so much in common" with each other. KOURTNEY KARDASHIAN POSES FOR SIZZLING SWIMSUIT SHOOT "They have big modern families [and they] both are dedicated to their kids," the insider explained. "They come from these modern families with modern relationships. Both of their families are supportive. It’s still very new, but they are both very excited by how easy it all has been." Kourtney Kardashian (left) made her relationship to Travis Barker (right) Instagram official shortly after Valentine's Day. (Getty Images) The Poosh founder, 41, and Blink-182 drummer, 45, seemingly confirmed their relationship on Tuesday with a vague Instagram post from Kardashian, which features the two holding hands after Valentine’s Day weekend. According to People...
    Jim Carrey portrays Joe Biden on "Saturday Night Live" on October 24, 2020; Then-Democratic candidate Joe Biden speaks during the final presidential debate on October 22, 2020. Will Heath/NBC/NBCU Photo Bank via Getty Images; BRENDAN SMIALOWSKI/AFP via Getty Images Jim Carrey said on Saturday that his role as President-elect Joe Biden on "Saturday Night Live" has come to an end. In a tweet, the actor alluded to his resignation from his portrayal of Biden on the NBC comedy sketch show: "I am just one in a long line of proud, fighting SNL Bidens." "Saturday Night Live" confirmed Carrey's step down from the role as Biden but has not announced who will portray the president-elect in the future. The season finale of "SNL" premieres tonight on NBC at 11:30 pm ET and will be hosted by Kristen Wiig. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Jim Carrey said on Saturday that his term playing President-elect Joe Biden on "Saturday Night Live" has come to an end. In a tweet, the actor alluded to his resignation from his portrayal of...
    Sen. Mitt RomneyWillard (Mitt) Mitt RomneyThis week: Congress braces for chaotic finish Cruz signals tough road for Biden nominees until election lawsuits resolved GOP senator won't rule out challenging Electoral College results in Congress MORE (R-Utah) reacted to Attorney General Bill Barr’s departure from the Trump administration on CNBC Monday, stating that he was “not surprised.” “It was clear that being part of the administration was a challenging responsibility for him, to say the least,” he said. “I’m not surprised that he could no longer associate himself with the process that’s going on now.” President TrumpDonald TrumpHogan on Republicans who won't accept election result: 'They are out of runway' Biden rips Trump's refusal to concede after Electoral College vote Top GOP senators acknowledge Biden as president-elect after Electoral College vote MORE tweeted that Barr had offered his resignation Monday night and would leave his post before Christmas. The departure came amid several long-shot legal battles from the Trump campaign and Republican allies in a quest to overturn the election results. The president has repeatedly alleged without substantial evidence that the election...
    VIDEO4:3804:38Romney: It's clear we need to get something done regarding stimulus by the end of the yearThe News with Shepard Smith Sen. Mitt Romney, R-Utah, told CNBC that he is "not surprised" upon hearing news of Attorney General William Barr's resignation from the Justice Department.  "It was clear that being part of the [Trump] administration was a challenging responsibility for him, to say the least," Romney said. "I'm not surprised that he could no longer associate himself with the process that's going on now."  President Donald Trump broke the news about Barr's resignation via Twitter, and said that he would be leaving the Justice Department before Christmas. It comes less than two weeks after the attorney general debunked the president's unfounded claims that the election was rigged, and said that the FBI had found zero evidence of widespread voter fraud. Romney added that he is "concerned" about the "cause of democracy" not only in the United States, but also around the world, when it comes to the president's false voter fraud claims.  "The biggest concern I have is that people...
    A magical moment: First COVID vaccinations raise hopes on historic day marked by another grim milestone Operation Baghdad Pups helps serviceman and dog reunite back in the US Cowboys VP Stephen Jones: Absolutely no change with Mike McCarthy in 2021 Dallas Cowboys vide president Stephen Jones is still sticking with his head coach. Frankly, he’s surprised it’s even a question. Jones backed Mike McCarthy while on 105.3 The Fan in Dallas on Monday and said the coach will be back for the 2021 season. Jones: ‘No change’ with McCarthyJones said there “will be absolutely no change with coach Mike McCarthy.” Via ESPN: “If you look at his track record and pedigree, he's consistently won year in and year out and we have the utmost confidence that this ship is going to be righted quickly,” Jones said. “And Mike's going to be the leader of this group and he's certainly a great head coach. I think we're going to see that going forward, that he's a great head coach in this league. He's accomplished a lot, and...
    The Houston Rockets have already begun training ahead of the 2020-21 season and are set to play their first pre-season game on Friday against the Chicago Bulls. But it looks like they would have taken the floor that night without that star man James Horton. He is not yet in town and new coach Stephen Silas does not know when he will arrive. Speaking to reporters on Monday, Silas noted that the fact that Horton has not yet arrived is a “setback”. “Oh, yes, as far as the schedule is concerned, there is no timetable as far as I know,” Silas said. “This is a setback. You know, you want your best player to be here, and, there’s a short window, as you mentioned … I mean, to be honest, I need to understand that this is not one of the best players here in the NBA. A setback. But I work with the guys here, we work hard, we do a good job. “ Videos of Horton partying across the country over the past few days have...
    Before the postseason started on Tuesday, Gleyber Torres said he got some advice from someone who has been there plenty of times before. Prior to the Yankees’ 12-3 win over the Indians in Game 1 of the wild-card series, Brett Gardner told him even though the season didn’t go how the Yankees might have planned, that could change now. “He said even though we didn’t feel we did a really good job — and I feel the same way — baseball gives you another opportunity,’’ Torres said. “This is the time to do the job. The regular season is over.” Torres got the postseason going with a flourish, with four hits, including a homer, as he led an offense that pounded Cleveland’s ace, Shane Bieber. “Right now is our time to win,’’ Torres said. It was no surprise to Aaron Boone, who, even as Torres struggled on both sides of the ball throughout the 2020 season, expressed confidence the young Yankees star would find his way when it mattered most. “The more on the line, the more the stakes are,...
    By JIM SALTER, Associated Press O'FALLON, Mo. (AP) — Poll workers who signed up to work the November election in a county near St. Louis were urged in an email to “act surprised” if voters ask why they aren’t wearing masks given the coronavirus threat, but the elections director said Thursday that the message was misinterpreted. The St. Charles County Election Authority sent the email to poll workers on Wednesday. It says workers will not be required to wear a mask on Nov. 3 but must keep one near them and put it on if a voter asks. “You may act surprised that you don’t have a face mask on properly and then apologize as you put the mask on,” the email states. “Wear your mask correctly until the voter leaves the polling place. Please do this every time a voter says something to you.” Kurt Bahr, the county’s director of elections, said the email was simply poorly worded. "The phrase ‘act surprised’ was intended to communicate, ‘Don’t have a debate or dialogue with the voter, don’t have any type...
    O’FALLON, Mo. (AP) — Poll workers who signed up to work the November election in a county near St. Louis were urged in an email to “act surprised” if voters ask why they aren’t wearing masks given the coronavirus threat, but the elections director said Thursday that the message was misinterpreted. The St. Charles County Election Authority sent the email to poll workers on Wednesday. It says workers will not be required to wear a mask on Nov. 3 but must keep one near them and put it on if a voter asks. “You may act surprised that you don’t have a face mask on properly and then apologize as you put the mask on,” the email states. “Wear your mask correctly until the voter leaves the polling place. Please do this every time a voter says something to you.” Kurt Bahr, the county’s director of elections, said the email was simply poorly worded. “The phrase ‘act surprised’ was intended to communicate, ‘Don’t have a debate or dialogue with the voter, don’t have any type of discussion that’s going to...
    In a bid to get justice for Sushant Singh Rajput in what many believe is a murder and not suicide, a few news channels are going to any lengths. They have been slammed by many celebrities and others for the kind of reporting they have launched in this case. All that despite Bombay HC asking them to follow restrain in reporting the matter. Today, a Mumbai Mirror tweet claimed that Bombay HC today seemed stunned to see how the State has failed to control electronic media. The court was hearing on the Sushant Singh Rajput death case. Sushant Singh Rajput Case: ED Likely to Register Fresh Case on the Basis of Narcotics Control Bureau Findings Bombay HC even called NBA, National Broadcasters Association, toothless. Many have raised concerns about the way news channels have been tracking the Sushant Singh Rajput death case and even the drugs angle. They have often been referred to as vultures. #NewsAlert: Bombay High Court while hearing #SSRDeathCase expresses “surprise” there is no state control over electronic media – “We are surprised to know...
    Fox News host Tucker Carlson has been accused of justifying murder by claiming on Wednesday night that the teenage Kenosha gunman charged with killing two protesters was 'maintaining order when no one else would'.   'Are we really surprised this looting and arson accelerated to murder? How shocked are we that 17-year-olds with rifles decided they had to maintain order when no one else would? Everyone can see what was happening in Kenosha.  'It was getting crazier by the hour,' Carlson said during his show.  He was referring to Kyle Rittenhouse, a 17-year-old Trump fan who was filmed patrolling the streets of Kenosha, Wisconsin, on Tuesday night with an illegal AR-15, claiming he was a 'vigilante' who was there to protect businesses. He has been charged with first degree murder.  Carlson's remarks immediately sparked outrage on Twitter, where critics claimed he was justifying violence and might incite further mayhem.  Scroll down for video  Tucker Carlson on Wednesday night sparked controversy by asking viewers if they were 'surprised' by the shootings in Kenosha, Wisconsin, that teenager Kyle Rittenhouse has been charged with Kenosha...
    As admired as Michelle Obama's Democratic National Convention speech was Monday night, it was her gold VOTE necklace that took center stage and set the internet on fire.   The former First Lady gave an impassioned keynote speech on Day 1 of the DNC, telling Americans to 'vote like we did in 2008 and 2012,' subtly underscoring the point by wearing a gold necklace that spelled out the word 'vote.'  It went viral almost immediately, and became a top-trending search during last hour of the convention, Google Trends tweeted. Michelle Obama's $430 gold, ByChari VOTE necklace went viral after it was spotted around the former First Lady's neck during the DNC keynote speech Monday night  Social media users flocked to Twitter seeking to identify for comment on the necklace RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next 'Donald Trump is the wrong president for our country.'... Donald Trump launches tweet storm against Andrew Cuomo who... Share this article Share 'Someone find me Michelle Obama's VOTE necklace immediately please, I need to...
    Members of the news media gather outside the U.S. Supreme Court, where justices made it clear that a sitting president cannot evade criminal investigations, ruling that a prosecutor in New York City can obtain President Donald Trump's financial records including tax returns, in Washington, July 9, 2020.Leah Millis | Reuters On the last day of the first full Supreme Court term with his two hand-picked appointees on the bench, President Donald Trump spent the morning cursing the court. "This is all a political prosecution. I won the Mueller Witch Hunt, and others, and now I have to keep fighting in a politically corrupt New York," Trump screamed on Twitter. "Not fair to this Presidency or Administration!" The tweets came in response to two opinions handed down on Thursday that delivered setbacks to the president and made it clear that the court still views itself as independent from the executive.  The court, in a pair of 7-2 rulings, paved the way for a New York City prosecutor to access Trump's tax records, and suggested that it was possible for Congress to...
    Watch Florida police laugh after shooting protesters with rubber bullets McDonald’s is pausing dining room reopenings as covid-19 cases spike Surprised Vettel insists there was no new Ferrari deal Sebastian Vettel said Thursday that Ferrari had not offered him a contract to stay with them beyond this season, adding that their split, announced in May, was clearly not by mutual consent. © Mark SUTTON 'Surprised by no contract': Ferrari's Sebastian Vettel addresses the driver's press conference In a controlled official pre-race video news conference ahead of this weekend's season-opening Austrian Grand Prix, the four-time world champion German driver added that he was keen to join a rival team if he could find "the right package". Vettel said he was surprised when Ferrari team boss Mattia Binotto called him to say his services were no longer required after 2020. "It was obviously a surprise to me when I got the call from Mattia and when he told me that there was no further intention for the team to continue," he said.  "We never got into any discussions. There was never...
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