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    The Dodgers can afford to cut their losses with Trevor Bauer, and they may just do that if he wins his appeal to have his massive suspension reduced. Major League Baseball punished Trevor Bauer with a 324-game suspension after an investigation into violations of the league’s domestic violence policy. While Bauer is appealing the league’s decision, the Los Angeles Dodgers have apparently grown tired of the player’s antics. The suspension involves an investigation into allegations of sexual assault from at least three women. Bauer suggests the suspension should be completely overturned as a criminal case involving a woman from San Diego was dismissed. He maintains innocence in the cases, stating all acts were consensual. In addition to the current ban, Bauer spent 99 games last season on paid administrative leave after an investigation began into allegations of sexual abuse. Jon Heyman of the New York Post believes there is a shot the suspension could be reduced. The current suspension as is would carry past the Dodgers deal with Bauer, meaning they won’t have to pay him. Without the suspension, Bauer has $60 million...
    WITH one in three children overweight, it is hard to deny the UK has an obesity problem. And as every mum knows, it is tough keeping kids on the straight and narrow when it comes to healthy choices. 7The new NHS Food Scanner app scans barcodes and immediately tells you how much salt, sugar, saturated fat and calories are in anything you eatCredit: Alamy 7Samantha put the app to the test with her husband Scott and two sons, Max, 12, and Rufus, eightCredit: Glen Minikin Especially when supermarket shelves are filled with cheap, family-sized bags of chocolate, and adverts for fast food pop up between kids’ shows on YouTube. So is the new NHS Food Scanner app the solution? By using your smartphone to scan barcodes, it immediately tells you how much salt, sugar, saturated fat and calories are in anything you eat. And cleverly, after the app — which was launched this month — tells you how bad your choccie biscuit is, it gives you a healthier alternative. Sounds too good to be true, doesn’t it? As an absolute...
    A NEW fashion trend is doing the rounds on TikTok right in time for the spooky season, and you have everything you need in your sock drawer. Transforming tights into tops that you can wear for this Halloween is trending and it looks so easy. 3Katie showcased her cool new topCredit: Tiktok 3People are asking the TikTok users for a tutorialCredit: Tiktok Many of us know that Halloween is the one night of the year where you cannot judge someone's outfit, so if there was ever a time to recycle your hosiery, this is it. One young woman, who posts under the domain @notkatiefreeman, on her TikTok account showed the easy DIY hack. Katie said: "Tights to top." In the video, she showed viewers how she took a pair of black tights, cut the feet off them and slit open the middle to create an ultra-cool look. FABULOUS BINGO: GET A £5 FREE BONUS WITH NO DEPOSIT REQUIRED "I cut out the crotch and arm/hand holes," says Katie. Showcasing her cool top she added: "This is the finished product, really...
    BEFORE having kids, it's no exaggeration to say we had enough bibs and onesies to rival our local Mamas and Papas. But while our toddlers are still making good use of all the bibs, some of the onesies got worn once before they were suddenly too small. 3The mum turned this old onesie into a new bib in secondsCredit: TikTok/@xotiny__ Sound familiar? Well you might just want to take a note out of this savvy mum's book. In a TikTok video that's been viewed over five MILLION times, mum Gressia demonstrates how she turns her daughter Emilia's old babygrow in seconds. To begin with, the savvy mum lies the onesie on a flat surface and then starts cutting right above the leg holes. Once she's cut all the way across, the mum then pops the brand new bib over her daughter's head. 3She cut just above the leg holes to make the bibCredit: TikTok/@xotiny__ 3The clip has racked up over five million viewsCredit: TikTok/@xotiny__ FABULOUS BINGO: JOIN NOW FOR £1,000 DAILY FREE BINGO And the best part is, the life...
    MANCHESTER UNITED are moving a step closer to signing Jadon Sancho after reportedly beginning talks over personal terms. The Red Devils have reignited their interest in the Borussia Dortmund winger after failing to land him last summer. 2Manchester United are locked in personal talks with Jadon SanchoCredit: Getty The Bundesliga club set their asking price at £108million a year ago forcing United to walk away from the deal empty handed. But Dortmund are now ready to cash in on the 21-year-old for a cut-price £82m, according to transfer guru Fabrizio Romano. He also adds how United club chiefs have started negotiations with the player's representatives. Writing on Twitter, Romano said: "Man United are in contact with Sancho’s camp on personal terms but still no official bid. BVB want €95m (£82m)." WIN £50,000 with Dream Team EurosDream Team Euros is HERE! The best fantasy football game to accompany Euro 2020 has arrived. And you can play absolutely FREE for your chance to win the £50,000 jackpot. CLICK HERE TO SIGN UP FOR FREE! Dream Team Euros ...
    ABC's Pooch Perfect hosted by Rebel Wilson is facing 'doggie abuse' accusations from viewers who say they can't imagine the pups like being 'poked, cut, bejeweled, and dressed up'.  The series premiered on Tuesday and featured 10 grooming teams vying for the $100,000 grand prize.  For the first episode, the teams were asked to turn muddy dogs into a 'prized pooch'. They then participated in a second challenge to transform the dogs into an entirely different animal.  And while the show appears to bring some lighthearted fun to the TV screen, several people have slammed the creators over what they feel is dog abuse.  Scroll down for video   ABC's Pooch Perfect hosted by Rebel Wilson is facing 'doggie abuse' accusations from viewers who say they can't imagine the pups like being 'poked, cut, bejeweled, and dressed up' And while the show appears to bring some lighthearted fun to the TV screen, several people have slammed the creators over what they feel is dog abuse One dog appears to have been groomed to resemble a tiger for the...
    There's a secret trend afoot in the UK which requires elucidation: in lockdown, we girls have looked down and decided to quarantine our tiny pants and say ‘hello, old friend’ to cheek-covering, snuggly granny-knickers. Don’t just take my word for it, the retail statistics back me up: searches for ‘comfy’ and ‘high-waisted’ underwear went up a whopping 46 per cent in December, while those at the polar opposite ends of the underwear market — Marks & Spencer and Agent Provocateur — are finding some surprising common ground, as customers’ tastes move firmly towards the ample. The reasons for this are many, but start with comfort. The pandemic has meant we have to search out tactile pleasure wherever we can, and it starts with our knickers. While the double lining is great for coverage, I felt too tucked in, like I was wearing control knickers. They felt tight, though they didn’t look it, and I think may give you a Visible Panty Line. The mid-tummy cut was not so flattering, but I did love the baby blue colour, and the material...
    Wealthy Californians are hoping to skip the line and get early access to a coronavirus vaccine by offering to make significant donations to hospitals and charities. Exclusive doctors' practices have revealed they are receiving hundreds of calls from their clients who hope their status and wealth will win them a place at the top of the list. According to physician Jeff Toll, one of his clients even offered to make a five-figure donation to Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, one of the first hospitals in the state to receive vaccines where he also has admittance privileges. 'If I donate $25,000 to Cedars, would that help me get in line?' the client allegedly asked.  Wealthy Californians are hoping toget early access to a coronavirus vaccine by offering to make donations to hospitals. Pictured, a emergency medicine worker receives a vaccine It comes as the state broke yet another record for new daily cases - 53,326 - on Friday  'We get hundreds of calls every single day,' Ehsan Ali, who runs Beverly Hills Concierge Doctor, told The Los Angeles Times. He charges...
    Fox News cut away from Kayleigh McEnany's press conference Monday afternoon saying they 'can't in good countenance continue showing this' as she made a series of baseless claims that Democrats 'welcome fraud and illegal voting'.  The conservative network refused to air the entire briefing from the Trump administration, breaking away from the president's press secretary moments after she launched into a number of claims - none of which have yet been backed up by evidence.   This comes after at least seven television networks including CBS, ABC and NBC, cut off Donald Trump's White House address Thursday evening to fact check him with many calling out his 'falsehoods'. It also marks the latest move from Rupert Murdoch's media empire to distance itself from Trump, as several of its conservative media outlets appear to have switched their messaging in the days after the election.   Fox News cut away from Kayleigh McEnany's press conference Monday afternoon saying they 'can't in good countenance continue showing this' as she made a series of baseless claims that Democrats 'welcome fraud and illegal voting' Fox News cuts...
    Andrew LiszewskiJust now•Filed to:ResearchResearchFraunhofer InstituteToolsProteusDurham Universitysawsmaterials scienceSaveGif: YouTube (Other) Even the most expensive bike locks can be compromised in just a few minutes, and mostly serve as deterrents so your ride is a less appealing target. But researchers from Durham University in the UK and the Fraunhofer Institute have created what they’re claiming is the first man-made material that is non-cuttable, by actively destroying tools that are trying to slice through it. You could always try wrapping your bike in a diamond shield to make it impossible for a thief to steal it before you returned from an errand. But even diamonds, one of the hardest materials on earth, can still be sliced and shaped using jeweler’s tools (also made of diamonds) with enough time and patience. There’s also the issue of what a diamond bike lock would cost you. Proteus, the name given to the new material by its creators, takes an entirely different approach. Where diamonds are incredibly strong thanks to their highly organized and dense atomic structure, Proteus is actually 85% less dense than metal, but its...
    Zoom founder and CEO Eric YuanVictor J. Blue | Bloomberg | Getty Images The more the coronavirus spreads, the more investors keep pouring money into cloud software stocks. Zoom, Okta, DocuSign, Datadog and Twilio are among the stocks that closed at records on Wednesday. Their gains this year range from 149% (Twilio) to 293% (Zoom). They're worth over $200 billion combined, and you could add a number of other high-growth companies to the mix. While the broader market has benefited from government stimulus money and the Federal Reserve's purchase of corporate bonds to ease credit concerns, subscription software companies are doing just fine on their own.   Providers of cloud-based infrastructure, productivity software and collaboration tools are proving they can maintain revenue growth amid a slumping consumer economy while simultaneously reel in costs. They've slowed the pace of hiring, cut down on travel for salespeople, switched in-person events to virtual gatherings and, in some cases, signaled that real estate costs will be on the decline. "As we continue to move through Covid and assess the 'new normal', we continue to believe...
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