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    Tesla CEO Elon Musk revealed that he's 'lonely' and often only has his dog beside him since his split with pop star and mother of two of his children Grimes.  Billionaire Musk, 50, admitted to Business Insider CEO Mathias Döpfner in an interview he was sometimes isolated since the breakup.   'There are times when I'm lonely,' he said. 'I'm sure there are times when everyone is lonely. But it's pretty basic. Say if I'm working on the starship rocket and I'm just staying in my little house by myself, especially if my dog is not with me, then I feel quite lonely because I'm just in a little house by myself with no dog.' He also told Döpfner that he cannot be alone, saying that it 'is a natural human reaction.'   Grimes has reportedly already moved on from their relationship with an unlikely new romantic partner: military whistleblower Chelsea Manning.  According to Page Six, the 33-year-old musician has been dating Manning, 34, since her most recently split from Musk, 50, and thing between the pair have become so 'serious' that they are now 'living...
    Jake Sullivan spoke with his Russian counterpart Wednesday demanding Moscow stop targeting civilians and warned against using chemical or biological weapons as President Vladimir Putin continues his 20th day of invasion in Ukraine. Biden's national security adviser spoke with Russian Security Council Secretary Nikolay Patrushev as Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky was delivering an address to Congress just after Russian troops shot and killed 10 Ukrainian civilians waiting in line for bread. 'Mr. Sullivan told General Patrushev that if Russia is serious about diplomacy then Moscow should stop attacking Ukrainian cities and towns,' NSC Spokesperson Emily Horne said in a readout of Sullivan's call with Patrushev. The U.S. and western allies have levied crippling economic sanctions on Russia that has severely depleted worth of the ruble and left the country and its people in economic disarray. These deterrences, however, have not stopped Putin from his full-scale attack. Zelensky played a video Wednesday for Congress showing bombings in Ukraine that reduced infrastructure to rubble and have left thousands of civilians dead. 'Mr. Sullivan also warned General Patrushev about the consequences and implications...
    A DAD has slammed vile trolls who claimed he has a 'family of sp*stics' and jeered he should 'STOP having kids' as two are disabled. Ben Seal, who is from Broadstairs, Kent, shares videos on TikTok to document his day-to-day life raising six-year-old Henry Seal, who has autism, and 17-month-old Reggie Seal, who has Down's syndrome. 4Ben Seal, who is from Broadstairs, Kent, shares videos on TikTok to document his day-to-day life raising six-year-old Henry, who has autism, and 17-month-old Reggie, who has Down's syndrome. Pictured, left to right: Ben, Amelie, six, Henry, six and Leanne, 33Credit: Kennedy News 4Ben with his son Reggie Seal, 17 months, who has Down's SyndromeCredit: Kennedy News Although most TikTok users applaud the dad-of-three for raising awareness of his children's additional needs, he has also attracted comments from vile trolls branding them a 'family of sp*stics' and the kids as 'm*ngs'. But the 34-year-old has used their vitriol as an opportunity to educate others to be more compassionate, as he often does when people make disparaging comments in real life. "I've been into doing...
    On Thursday’s broadcast of MSNBC’s “MTP Daily,” Senate Foreign Relations Committee Chairman Sen. Bob Menendez (D-NJ) said he thinks the U.S. should impose an embargo on Russian oil, but whether U.S. oil production should be increased to make up for the loss of Russian oil is up to President Joe Biden. Menendez said, “I support a full embargo, even though it would equate to about — if it’s just the U.S. alone — about 4% of Russian sales globally. But I think it is an important step to make, and I think it is gaining traction. And I think that the president will have to look to the Strategic Petroleum Reserve and other measures to offset any domestic challenges. But, look, an evil, horrible war needs some dramatic actions. And so, I think this is one of many that can be taken.” Later, after host Chuck Todd asked about the prospect of increasing domestic oil production along with an embargo of Russian oil, Menendez stated, “I don’t think one hinges on the other. I hope my Republican colleagues aren’t saying...
    Former President Trump has said podcast Joe Rogan should 'stop apologizing'. 'Joe Rogan is an interesting and popular guy, but he's got to stop apologizing to the Fake News and Radical Left maniacs and lunatics,' Trump began. 'How many ways can you say you're sorry? Joe, just go about what you do so well and don't let them make you look weak and frightened. That's not you and it never will be!' Trump wrote in a statement on Monday night.  On Saturday, Rogan has apologized after musical artist India Arie shared a compilation of Rogan where he could be heard repeatedly using the N-word on his podcast over the years.  He could then be heard making a joke about the movie 'Planet of the Apes' as he recalled a time when he was dropped off in a black neighborhood. On Monday, former President Donald Trump said Rogan, who has apologized for using the N-word, shouldn't apologize anymore Writing on Gab, Trump said Rogan should stop apologizing and 'just go about' what he's doing The video compilation emerged when artist India.Arie posted...
    Elon Musk, Time magazine's new Person of the Year for 2021, isn't everyone's cup of tea. He's brash, arrogant, uncompromising, erratic, antagonistic, attention-seeking and sometimes tweets like a reckless maniac. But then I could also be talking about myself! Where we differ is that Musk is also, without any doubt, the single greatest entrepreneurial genius on Planet Earth right now, a swashbuckling maverick who's turned himself into the world's richest inhabitant through sheer force of visionary, innovative and risk-taking determination. He hasn't achieved this by being Mr. Nice Guy. Musk, who has Asperger's Syndrome, is indisputably a flawed human being whose managerial style has been described by co-workers as exhibiting a 'high degree of degenerate behavior' and a 'total and complete pathological sociopathy.' Tesla employees have been reportedly told not to walk past Musk's desk because of his 'wild firing rampages', hard-nosed engineers have apparently been reduced to tearful rubble in his fiery confrontational meetings, and by his own admission, he's a very impatient and demanding workaholic. Elon Musk, who has Asperger's Syndrome, is indisputably a flawed human being whose...
    DEAR HARRIETTE: My husband and I have a hostile relationship. We have been married for a long time, but we don’t fit together like a hand in a glove, the way that my mother used to say marriage should be. We are more like oil and vinegar. Harriette Cole  Since the quarantine, things have gotten worse. Being around each other 24/7 made it more difficult to have space to feel emotionally safe. Over the course of this year and change, he has become more judgmental and rude to me. When I have pointed it out, he lashes back, saying I am too sensitive and I should get over it. Even if I am sensitive, I think he should be more thoughtful and kind. Instead, everything feels like an argument. He lost his job last year, and that made his mood worse. What can I do to get my husband to be kinder to me? In Prison DEAR IN PRISON: Your husband may be depressed. It can be emotionally wrecking to lose your job. Not everybody deals with that well. Being...
    Fox News’ Harris Faulkner was shocked by Andrew Cuomo’s (D) audacity in light of the New York governor’s latest comments about elderly people being susceptible to the coronavirus because of those who aren’t vaccinated. The governor had a press conference on Monday to talk about New York’s strategy to vaccinate younger people and those who are otherwise hesitant because they believe they will be fine even if they catch Covid. Cuomo directed his remarks at such people — saying that “maybe you will get a long-haul syndrome that would not really be sure what it is yet, but a lingering consequence of Covid. Or maybe you’ll go home and kiss your grandmother, and wind up killing your grandmother.” Of course, these remarks came as Cuomo has been under pressure for months over his nursing home scandal, not to mention multiple allegations of sexual harassment. The nursing home scandal — for which Cuomo is facing an inquiry — revolves around claims of mismanagement and that his administration concealed data on how many elderly people died in connection with his policy directives....
    Mehdi Hasan — guest-hosting MSNBC’s All In on Monday — said the media needs to stop normalizing Trump White House official Stephen Miller. Politico recently faced serious criticism for a recent Playbook item on the current lack of media access at the border that quoted Miller trying to contrast access under Joe Biden and Donald Trump. Hasan brought that up in a segment going on a tear against Miller for “demonizing, mistreating” immigrants and saying he’s “more responsible than anyone for stealing children at the border.” Hasan called out Politico for quoting Miller “like a pundit whose sage thoughts on immigration we should all take very, very seriously,” and said the media’s tendency to “treat anyone who has held a prominent government position as worthy of respect” can’t and shouldn’t apply to him in particular: “Stephen Miller does not deserve to be normalized. Some would say he would deserves to be prosecuted. At the very minimum, he deserves to be shunned.” Hasaon spoke with journalist Jean Guerrero, author of the book Hatemonger: Stephen Miller, Donald Trump, and the White Nationalist Agenda....
    The UK chairman of accounting giant KPMG has been ousted after 'woke' staff complained when he told a virtual meeting of 1,500 people to 'stop moaning' about the pandemic.   Outspoken Australian Bill Michael, who earns a £1.7 million salary, reportedly told consultants asking him about pay, pension and bonus cuts to cease 'playing the victim card'. The 52-year-old also dismissed the concept of unconscious bias as 'complete c**p' and told staff he had been meeting clients for coffee despite lockdown rules, sources revealed.  His warning to staff to 'stop moaning' came after KPMG's annual results revealed that its hundreds of partners still earned an average of £572,000 each in 2020, despite the pandemic that is expected to see hundreds of thousands of Britons lose their jobs.  But Mr Michael later apologised for his comments and claimed they did not reflect his beliefs. But KPMG said he would now step aside while it investigates. During the virtual meeting staff took to an anonymous messaging app to vent about Mr Michael's comments. One wrote: 'There's no such thing as unconscious bias?! Are you joking? Please do...
    Dear Moneyist, My husband and I recently bought a home and some furniture on “easy monthly installments.” My husband is the breadwinner, but I contribute as I work part time. My in-laws live overseas and have a large property; they are building a home for us to live in. For the last two and a half years, my husband has contributed more to his parents’ property development than what he pays for our home in the U.S. I asked him why he did that. He said that I would not have permitted him to give that kind of money to his parents. I said, “Probably not, but I would have probably agreed to a smaller amount.” I told him that I too have desires to make investments, plan for our future and wear nice jewelry. He said it’s his duty to contribute. Should my husband’s contribution be compulsory? And should I agree to these contributions? He doesn’t give me any money. On top of that, I had to find out about this through snooping. My parents also say...
    Fox News’ Howard Kurtz said Sunday that President Donald Trump needs to stop trying to “cancel” journalists because of critical reporting. Trump called for Fox News’ Jennifer Griffin to be fired after she reported that she spoke with two officials who confirmed key details of the Atlantic report about the president’s alleged remarks disparaging fallen soldiers. On MediaBuzz Sunday, Kurtz noted Griffin’s reporting confirming some details and called out the president for his attacks on journalists generally: “President Trump has called for Jennifer Griffin to be fired. This is one of the fairest, most conscientious reporters on the planet, a former war correspondent, has done this throughout various administrations. And she wasn’t offering opinion. She was doing her job. It’s fine for the president to attack the story. But he really needs to stop trying to cancel journalists based on reporting he doesn’t like.” The Federalist’s Mollie Hemingway, meanwhile, told Kurtz, “What’s confirmed is that anonymous sources are talking. It doesn’t confirm the underlying claims.” You can watch above, via Fox News. Have a tip we should know? [email protected]
    Prince Harry's criticism of the Commonwealth shows he has 'lost the plot' and 'should stop listening to his wife', a royal photographer has claimed.  Earlier this week the Duke of Sussex, 35, faced criticism after he appeared to take a swipe at the British Empire by saying the history of the Commonwealth 'must be acknowledged', even if it's 'uncomfortable'.   Harry made the comment as he joined wife Meghan Markle, 38, for a video call from their Los Angeles home with young leaders from the Queen's Commonwealth Trust last week that was made public on Monday. As part of the discussion on 'justice and equal rights', Harry said the Commonwealth - of which his grandmother is head - needs to follow others who have 'acknowledged the past' and are 'trying to right their wrongs', and also admitted to having his own 'unconscious bias'.  London-based veteran royal photographer Arthur Edwards said Harry criticising the one thing the Queen 'cherishes above all things' - which is preserving the Commonwealth - is an 'insult'.  Prince Harry's criticism of the Commonwealth shows he has 'lost...
    Washington (CNN)Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms on Sunday rebuked Donald Trump's rhetoric amid days of protests after the death of George Floyd, saying the President "is making it worse" and is stoking racial tensions."He should just stop talking. This is like Charlottesville all over again," Bottoms told CNN's Jake Tapper on "State of the Union." "He speaks and he makes it worse. There are times when you should just be quiet and I wish that he would just be quiet. Or if he can't be silent, if there is somebody of good sense and good conscience in the White House, put him in front of a teleprompter and pray he reads it and at least says the right things, because he is making it worse." Her remarks come amid ongoing protests across the country over the death of Floyd, an unarmed African American man who died after he was pinned down by a white Minneapolis police officer. In a series of tweets on Friday, Trump called protestors "THUGS" adding, "when the looting starts, the shooting starts," a phrase with racist...
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