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    Nassau County Police Detective Hector Rosario, 49, is accused of taking bribes from mobsters operating illegal gambling dens Nine men have been charged in connection with a Mafia gambling ring in New York, which prosecutors say operated out of innocuous fronts including a gelato shop, soccer club, and shoe repair store. In a federal indictment unsealed on Tuesday, prosecutors said that eight mobsters from the Genovese and Bonanno families operated the illegal gambling dens with the protection of a crooked cop. Prosecutors accused Nassau County Police Detective Hector Rosario, 49, of taking bribes from the mob crews in return for orchestrating raids on competing gambling dens. The collaboration between the two crime families dates back at least a decade, to 2012, when they jointly opened a 'lucrative illegal gambling operation' out of the Gran Caffe Gelateria in Lynbrook on Long Island, the indictment claims. Management at the gelato shop, which boasts a wide range of rotating and seasonal flavors, did not immediately respond to phone and email inquiries from DailyMail.com on Tuesday afternoon. Bonanno captain 'Little Anthony' Pipitone (left) teamed...
    A 21-year-old New Hampshire man wanted in connection with a violent armed robbery that sent a man to the hospital earlier this year was captured recently in Worcester. Melvin James Campbell IV was arrested on Aug. 3 after the U.S. Marshal Service listed him as the agency's Fugitive of the Week late last month. Agents said he was considered armed and dangerous. It's unclear how long he was in Massachusetts.  Authorities accused Campbell of breaking into a Nashua, N.H., home in March along with several other men, the Marshal Service said. The men forced their way inside the house and beat up the homeowner before stealing several items and running away, authorities said. The man was hospitalized after the attack. Police arrested three suspects earlier this year, but Campbell evaded capture for months. He faces a class A burglary charge in New Hampshire, authorities said. 
    A new documentary featuring Armie Hammer's aunt and a pair of his accusers delves into the embattled actor's alleged violent sexual fantasies and dark family history. In the new trailer for House of Hammer, accusers Courtney Vucekovich and Julia Morrison describe their allegedly violent relationships with Hammer in harrowing detail. 'I am here to talk about what happened with my relationship with Armie Hammer,' Vucekovich says at the outset of the trailer - after taking deep breaths and nervously adjusting her jacket. She and Morrison then go on to show text messages they say Hammer, 35, sent describing violent sexual fantasies he wanted them to play out - including the infamous 'I'm 100% a cannibal' text. 'I haven't really digested this one,' Morrison says flipping through her phone and reading aloud a text from Hammer, 'I have a fantasy of having someone prove their love and devotion and tying them up in a public place at night making their body free use. And seeing if they will f*** strangers for me.' The three part series was co-produced by Armie's own aunt,...
    Every viral video on social media of a mother putting her son in a dress or taking her daughter to a “kid-friendly” drag show prompts the same question from me: “Where is this child’s father?” I ask that question because I assume no man who cares about the propagation of his family line would stand idly by while his child is being tenderized to accept a distorted sense of gender and sexuality. The absence of fathers willing to stand up in support of their daughters is also one of the most glaring omissions from the stories involving boys being allowed to compete in girls’ sports. I’m sure many do, but so far it seems like many of the female athletes are having to defend themselves against the gender radicals. This is why many speak anonymously to reporters and distort their voices when they are on camera. This is a fight that requires fathers on the front lines. For some men, that means leading a march to the local school district. Others may choose to testify at school board...
    The recent discovery by Stanford scientists that wastewater in Palo Alto, Sacramento and other cities in the Bay Area contains monkeypox DNA means that the outbreak has gained traction in California, where Gov. Gavin Newsom declared a monkeypox emergency on Monday. But the wastewater discovery does not mean that monkeypox virus is spreading in water, in the air or widely enough that we are looking at a second pandemic at a time when we’re still struggling, as a nation and species, with SARS-CoV-2. That doesn’t stop panic on social media or in other corners of misinformation. Rumors posted on Twitter suggest children exposed to rat feces in their kitchens will be next to contract monkeypox. Or that we’ll contaminate our water systems, sewer rats will become infected and the result will be an endless, uncontrollable pandemic that can infect and kill our children. Those scenarios aren’t remotely likely. Monkeypox doesn’t spread in water; people don’t catch it from rodent feces. It’s a well-studied disease: In the past, it has been concentrated primarily in rural West or Central Africa and transmitted...
    (CNN)Two men serving life sentences for murder in a Florida prison have been linked to two other murders with the help of newly discovered DNA samples, which led to the exoneration of another man who wrongfully served 37 years in prison for the rape and murder of Barbara Grams in 1983.Amos Robinson and Abron Scott allegedly raped and murdered 19-year-old Grams, whose beaten body was found behind a dental office in Tampa Heights on August 18, 1983, Hillsborough County State Attorney Andrew Warren said during a news conference Thursday after he was suspended as the state attorney by Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis for his stance against criminalizing abortion providers.More than 2,800 have been wrongly convicted in the US. Lawmakers and advocates want to make sure theyre paid their dues.A grand jury indicted Robinson and Scott Thursday for the rape and murder of Linda Lansen, whose beaten body was found in Town and Country in July 1983 in bushes with a gunshot wound to the head, Warren said. "These two men not only robbed me, but they robbed a 7-year-old little...
    Viagra is more widely available in America than ever, and with the rise of telehealth platforms that allow a man to easily and discretely receive a prescription for the little blue pill online - younger men are also using the drug more than ever. The drug, which has been manufactured by pharma-giant Pfizer since it first hit the market in 1998, was initially for older men dealing with erectile dysfunction. It's use among young men has grown in recent years as well, though, as rates of mild to moderate erectile dysfunction have reached up to 20 percent among men in their 20s and 30 percent among those in their 30s, according to City Care Family Practice. Younger men may feel reservations about approaching their doctor about the issue, though. This has led to the rise of companies like Hims, Lemonaid and Roman, which allow a person to quickly get a prescription for the drug after an online consultation. While the drug has been approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and deemed ok for proper use by regulators it...
    San Francisco (CNN)The line begins to form before sunrise outside Zuckerberg San Francisco General Hospital, with some people arriving as early as 2 a.m., bringing fold-up chairs and blankets to protect against the Bay Area's overnight chill. They wear face masks, and keep a social distance from others, obeying the ground rules from the early days of the Covid-19 pandemic -- when the desperate need for vaccines far outweighed what federal and state governments could supply. This line of mostly men is waiting for the monkeypox virus vaccine. The illness is spreading rapidly and on Thursday the Biden administration declared it a public health emergency.Read More Many however will leave empty-handed as local hospitals and clinics have had to rely on an inconsistent and insufficient supply of vaccines, a dilemma that has infuriated patients and advocates.Now should I worry about monkeypox? Our medical analyst explains San Francisco General opens the clinic doors at 8 a.m. and the line inches forward slowly. The hospital will distribute the available doses until the supply runs out. For Cody Aarons, 31, it was...
    The woman who allegedly broke up Elon Musk and Sergey Brin's years-long friendship grew up in poverty in the San Francisco Bay Area before becoming a lawyer and dating some of the world's richest men. Nicole Shanahan, 37, is  said to have had a brief affair with Musk at Art Basel, a multi-day art event in Miami, in December of last year, which prompted her Google co-founder husband to file for divorce in January. Brin, who is estimated to have a net worth of $95 billion, cited 'irreconcilable differences' as the reason, but The Wall Street Journal on Sunday reported that it was Musk's dalliance with Nicole that signaled the end of their marriage. They were both in Miami for the art festival, at a time when Shanahan and Brin were reportedly already having marital problems due to the stress of COVID-19 and raising their 4-year-old daughter.  Musk, meanwhile, had just separated from girlfriend Grimes. Just about one month later, Brin filed for divorce - listing December 15 as their date of separation. He has also reportedly instructed his aides to...
    The woman who allegedly broke up Elon Musk and Sergey Brin's years-long friendship grew up in poverty in the San Francisco Bay Area before becoming a lawyer and dating some of the world's richest men. Nicole Shanahan, 37, is  said to have had a brief affair with Musk at Art Basel, a multi-day art event in Miami, in December of last year, which prompted her Google co-founder husband to file for divorce in January. Brin, who is estimated to have a net worth of $95 billion, cited 'irreconcilable differences' as the reason, but The Wall Street Journal on Sunday reported that it was Musk's dalliance with Nicole that signaled the end of their marriage. They were both in Miami for the art festival, at a time when Shanahan and Brin were reportedly already having marital problems due to the stress of COVID-19 and raising their 4-year-old daughter.  Musk, meanwhile, had just separated from girlfriend Grimes. Just about one month later, Brin filed for divorce - listing December 15 as their date of separation. He has also reportedly instructed his aides to...
    (CNN)Three men who served decades in prison for the arson murder of a New York City subway clerk, a murder that resembled a scene from the 1995 movie "Money Train," have had their convictions overturned.Brooklyn District Attorney Eric Gonzalez said on Friday that he would move to vacate the convictions of James Irons, Thomas Malik and Vincent Ellerbe for the 1995 murder of token booth clerk Harry Kaufman, who was 50 years old at the time. Following an investigation, the DA said there were "problematic identifications and false and contradictory confessions" involved in the case. Gonzalez said that on November 26, 1995, at about 1:40 a.m. inside a Brooklyn subway station, two men approached the token booth where Kaufman was working. One of the men poured gasoline from a clear plastic soda bottle into the coin slot, then he or his accomplice lit a book of matches, igniting the gasoline and causing the token booth to explode.Kaufman was "blown out of the booth" and suffered burns to more than 80 percent of his body. He died of his injuries two...
    A TikToker has revealed the top excuses men have given her when she asked them to wear a condom in a series of viral videos.  Chloe Burns, 26, from Australia, took to TikTok to share two videos that listed the reasons men have refused to wear condoms.  Chloe came forward to tell her over 29,000 followers how she's constantly met with weak excuses from men when she asks them to use protection. Chloe Burns, 26, from Australia, took to TikTok to share the excuses men have given her when refusing to wear a condom; she shared that one man told her he was 'tested three years ago' The 26-year-old posted the two viral videos in wake of the Supreme Court ruling to overturn Roe v. Wade, since the decision many are ensuring they're having safe sex Chloe noted that many men have tried to shame her for wanting to use protection, she added that one man told her he'd 'find someone else' while another said 'most girls don't care' Chloe noted that many men have come up with a variety of...
    Most married couples like to think they have an open and honest relationship. But these questions prove that there are some topics that are too explosive to be discussed. Frustrated husbands from around the world have taken to US secret-sharing app Whisper to confess the questions they wish they could ask their wives without fear of ruining their marriage.  A man from Iowa said he wants to ask his wife why she has gained weight and doesn't take better care of herself. Meanwhile a husband from Melbourne, Australia, dreams of having a threesome but is too afraid to suggest mixing things up between the sheets. Other men admit to feeling overlooked by their spouses, with one man from Illinois posting: 'Why does she touch her phone instead of me first thing in the morning?' Here, FEMAIL shares some of the most revealing confessions...   Better left unsaid: It is easy to see why this cruel husband from Ankeny, Iowa, has never asked his secret question about his wife's figure RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Too hot, Papa!...
    Ay Caramba! Wimbledon’s own Bart Simpson, the sulky bad boy with his baseball cap on backwards, Nick Kyrgios never stood a chance. He threw tantrums. He swore, he argued with the umpire, he picked fights with the crowd. But in his first Grand Slam final, the 27-year-old was comprehensively outclassed by Novak Djokovic. Yelling insults at himself and his own supporters whenever he got frustrated, Kyrgios was left looking like a cartoon character. The BBC tactfully tried to muffle its microphones whenever the short-tempered Aussie got vocal. But on a couple of occasions, chief commentator Andrew Castle felt obliged to ‘apologise for the language’ as fruity F-words were audible. Prince William lost his patience with George once or twice during the hot, heated men's final Perhaps the only spectator shocked by Kyrgios's foul language was eight-year-old George In a blazer and tie, the third seed for the throne had to contend with a hot head of his own The profanity was not as excruciating as the prose poem that opened the Beeb’s coverage, however – in which tennis racquets were...
    Advisors to former NFL star and Trump-endorsed Republican nominee for the U.S. Senate from Georgia, Herschel Walker, don’t trust him, think he is not mentally fit for the job, and have called him a “pathological liar,” according to reporting from The Daily Beast. “He’s lied so much that we don’t know what’s true,” an advisor said, adding campaign aides have “zero” trust in their candidate. The Daily Beast reports it obtained emails and texts that “show advisers discussing how they don’t trust Walker—both to tell the truth to them and to handle campaign events properly—and harboring concerns that he isn’t mentally fit for the job.” READ MORE: Texas GOP Lieutenant Governor: 'We are being invaded' by immigrants 'just like Pearl Harbor' Recently, when The Daily Beast broke the news that Walker has a secret son, campaign aides asked the candidate if there were any more undisclosed children. He reportedly told them there were not. But two more undisclosed children were discovered by that same Daily Beast reporter, Roger Sollenberger. ...
    DATING is a pain, and potential suitors will go to confounding extremes to earn attention. One woman, calling herself the "fat friend" in her social group, shared the cringey pickup lines men use on a night out. 3Kate Day shared the horrible pickup lines men use to try and chat her up on nights outCredit: Instagram/kate_day_ww 3Day said most of the comments focus on her weight and are backhanded complimentsCredit: TikTok/thekateday Kate Day posted on TikTok about her experiences on a girls' night out, recounting some of the worst "compliments" men approached her with. "Things said to me from fellas on a night out as a 'fat' friend," she wrote in a caption, flashing the icky comments over footage of herself dancing to a pulsing club beat. "I don't normally fancy fat birds, but for you, I'd make an exception," one man reportedly told Day. Other backhanded compliments followed the same line, simultaneously trying to win Day's attention while also belittling her beauty. READ MORE ABOUT DATINGFIRE BACK I had the best response to a man on Hinge –...
    NEW YORK CITY (WABC) -- Two men were struck by a stray bullet while in the back of a taxi early Saturday morning.Samy Shelbaya, 22, and Nicalus Franklyn, 24, split a cab with two other friends on the way back from a concert at the Barclays Center.The driver was stopped at a red light on West 37th Street in Midtown Manhattan when shots rang out.The passengers thought it could have been fireworks, but that's when two of the friends felt a jolt of pain in their arms.Shelbaya had been shot in his right arm and Franklyn shot in his left arm.The livery cab pulled over around the corner, as they began to realize what happened."I was screaming in panic because I was like, I don't know what's going on," Shelbaya said. "Cause like, what we first thought were fireworks we ended up realizing were gunshots. We didn't see anybody, we didn't know, so imagine being like, blind."Police say an unidentified suspect fired shots at a group of people and missed, striking the friends instead.While Shelbaya only needed a few stitches...
    I regret that I couldn’t be here today, but I wanted to share my story with you. I am a National Guard Soldier. I have served for more than two decades, all as a Guardsman. I have served more than half of that time as an enlisted Soldier, and the remaining decade as a Commissioned Officer. I have spent nearly 3 years of my life in the Middle East; two of those three deployments were combat, and the third I had the honor to deploy in command of my own unit. I have both led and followed brave men and women into harm’s way – men and women who would lay down their lives for me, and I for them. Serving in the military of the greatest nation on earth, side by side with courageous and honorable men and women, has helped to shape the person I am. It has taught me about honor and integrity. I have learned what it truly means to be brave. I have gained an understanding of friendship and loyalty that runs more deeply than...
    Using ‘male’ crash-test dummies to determine how men and women would fare in car accidents has been blamed for the dismal injury record for women on the roads. Although men are more likely than women to be in a car crash, when women are involved in an accident on the road they are almost twice as likely to become trapped in a vehicle, according to a study of more than 70,000 people in the UK, published in the journal BMJ Open last month. Alarmingly, previous studies in the U.S. have revealed that women are also 47 per cent more likely to be seriously injured than men, 71 per cent more likely to be moderately injured and 17 per cent more likely to die. Yet for decades, only crash-test dummies representing a man around 5 ft 8 in tall and weighing 12 st were used in safety trials, and even now ‘female’ dummies are little more than a scaled-down version of the original, rather than an anatomically correct representation. Hormone fluctuations throughout adulthood have also been cited historically as a reason for...
    Paris (CNN)Eight men were convicted Thursday by the Paris Criminal Court for stealing Banksy artwork from the Bataclan concert hall, one of the sites of the November 2015 Paris attacks.The artwork known as the "sad girl" was on the exit door of the Bataclan and painted in homage of those killed at the hall during the attacks for which the Islamic State claimed responsibility. The painting showed a sad figure wearing a veil in black and white, her head slightly bowed as she gazed downward. A policeman stands guard near a piece of art attributed to Banksy, that was stolen at the Bataclan in Paris in 2019.Seven French citizens and an Italian citizen were sentenced to a maximum of 2 years in prison, according to the court spokesperson. The convicted will not serve actual prison time but will be wearing an electronic bracelet."I think it's a wise decision by the court," said Romain Ruiz, lawyer of one of the defendants, "the verdict recognizes the facts as they are." Read MoreThe convicted had stolen the door in 2019 and shipped it...
    Once, when staying in a cheap hotel in Paris, sleep proved impossible because a woman in a neighbouring room was moaning in presumed ecstasy all night long. I say ‘presumed’ because, as devotees of the film When Harry Met Sally know, courtesy of Meg Ryan’s loud simulation of an orgasm in a cafe, bedroom enthusiasm can easily be faked.  In fact, according to findings from researchers at the University of Ottawa published this week, moaning is a poor indicator that a woman is truly experiencing sexual pleasure — so poor that they suggest it is taken off the official Orgasm Rating Scale altogether.  Having spoken to more than 600 women, they say that faster breathing, goose bumps, pulsing, sweating, tingling and reddened skin are all much clearer signs that the earth is moving.  Emma Thompson and Daryl McCormack in Good Luck To You, Leo Grande. Moaning is a poor indicator that a woman is truly experiencing sexual pleasure. More than 600 women say that sweating and pulsing are all much clearer sign Yet these are hardly new tidings — to women...
    Paulina Gretzky has shared some never-before-seen images from her lavish wedding to Dustin Johnson, as she paid tribute to her new husband and her hockey legend dad, Wayne Gretzky, on Father's Day. The 33-year-old, who tied the knot with the pro golfer, 37, on April 23 at the luxury hotel and resort Blackberry Farm in Tennessee, gave her followers an inside look at the stunning nuptials while sharing a tribute to the 'amazing men' in her life on Sunday. 'Happy Father’s Day to these amazing men in my life and role models to my two boys,' she wrote on Instagram, alongside a series of touching, black and white pictures taken throughout the glamorous wedding. One sweet snap showed her and her NFL star father walking down a set of stairs together, seemingly right before the athlete accompanied her down the aisle. Paulina Gretzky has shared some never-before-seen images from her lavish wedding to Dustin Johnson, as she paid tribute to her new husband and her hockey legend dad on Father's Day The 33-year-old, who tied the knot with the pro...
     Thousands of men with prostate cancer could be safely spared chemotherapy, after research found some were not helped by it. A study of more than 2,000 men with advanced prostate cancer showed that on average, docetaxel chemotherapy improved five-year survival rates. It was more effective in men with many metastases – meaning the cancer had spread – when diagnosed. But men with fewer metastases whose cancer was caught earlier did not benefit at all. Experts said it could allow chemotherapy to be targeted at those who will benefit the most, while others can be offered other effective treatments to extend their lives further and allow them to avoid unnecessary side effects of tiredness, nausea, hair loss and loss of appetite Dr Hayley Luxton, Research Impact Manager at Prostate Cancer UK, said: ‘This is really exciting because it shows exactly how we can ‘treat smarter, not harder’ and get the most from existing prostate cancer treatments. ‘There have been a lot of new treatments approved for prostate cancer in recent years, but there’s still so much we don’t know about how...
    Graham Whitson of Haslet, Texas, awaits his turn after he and his Patriot Front comrades were arrested by Coeur d'Alene police on Saturday as they approached the city's Pride festival. COEUR D’ALENE, Idaho—For most of the day Saturday, a crowd of several hundred people joyously celebrated the city’s annual Pride festival—music and dancing, food and display booths, with a rainbow of colors and children romping amid blown bubbles. But there was a dark cloud over the whole affair, hovering around the fringes. Drawn by a loud campaign of vicious rhetoric by far-right extremists depicting the organizers as “groomers,” pedophiles, and satanists, a motley crew of white supremacists, “Patriots,” Christian nationalists, and hate preachers circulated around the lakeside city park where the event was held. Some entered the event and mingled menacingly. At least three of them carried AR-15s. Their intentions weren’t entirely clear until late in the day, when police, a block away from the park entrance, pulled over a U-Haul van full of men—all 31 of them members of the explicitly fascist Patriot Front organization from around the...
    Men who get erections in the morning are less likely to die from heart disease or strokes, a new study has revealed. Scientists asked up to 1,800 middle-aged and older men in Belgium how often they got 'morning glory'. They found that those who frequently had morning erections were around 22 per cent less likely to die from the major killers. The study, published in the journal Age and Ageing, explained that researchers think night-time erections are a sign of good circulation. Men who get erections in the morning are less likely to die from heart disease or strokes, a new study has revealed (stock image) Dr Leen Antonio, lead researcher and assistant professor of endocrinology at Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, said: 'Erectile dysfunction and poor morning erections are associated with increased mortality.'  'Loss of morning erections are a sign your arteries are not functioning properly,' Dr Geoff Hackett, the ex-president of the British Society for Sexual Medicine, told The Sun. 'That means you are at significant risk of a heart attack or stroke within three to five years.  'This applies to celibate, single men — not just...
    NEW YORK CITY -- Can you imagine rowing across the Atlantic Ocean from New York City to Ireland? Two men are about to do that starting on Friday.It's a journey that will last nearly two months and span more than 3,000 miles in the ocean ... in a row boat.Inside the boat will be two big men, who vow that they will conquer the Atlantic Ocean."I think I'm the most normal person I know," Damian Brown said.Brown played professional rugby for 15 years, but now he's an extreme adventurer. He's preparing with his friend, Fergus Farrell, to row across the ocean from the Hudson River, to their hometown Galway, Ireland.ALSO READ | 104-year-old Connecticut woman's wish comes true after getting to meet penguinEMBED More News Videos 104-year-old Bertha Komor from Connecticut, checked off a wish on her bucket list when she got the chance to pet a penguin. "We're going for the world record which is 55 days 13 hours," Farrell said.In other words, just under eight weeks on the open ocean, in a 19-and-a-half-foot boat.They'll take turns, two hours...
    ENGLAND will play long-time rivals Germany in Munich on Tuesday with Gareth Southgate's men chasing a first Nations League group win this season. The Three Lions kicked off the competition with a shock 1-0 loss to Hungary, with the goal being scored from the penalty spot. 3Lallana started for England on the night against GermanyCredit: GETTY 3Livermore started in midfield alongside Dier Germany, on the other hand, registered a point on the board with a 1-1 draw against European champions Italy. The last time England played Germany in their own back yard was over FIVE years ago. Then world champions Germany won the game 1-0 at the Signal Iduna Park, home of Borussia Dortmund. Former Arsenal ace Lukas Podolski got the only goal of the game, which came in the second half. READ MORE IN FOOTBALLTransfer news live Real Madrid close in on Tchouameni, Liverpool 'prepare' Gavi bid' But England's line-up last night is completely unrecognisable to today's Southgate stable of players. Just ONE player in the March 2017 line-up is still a key figure for...
    Exercise may be better for women in the morning if they want to burn fat, while men benefit more from working out at night. A fitness session in the morning is better for women looking to reduce fat and lose inches on their bellies, a small study suggests. They also see a greater reduction in blood pressure from exercising early in the day. But men’s blood pressure, levels of ‘bad’ cholesterol and their ability to burn fat all seem to benefit more from evening exercise. Men may also feel less tired exercising before dinner, rather than before breakfast. The results come from a study of 27 women and 20 men who worked out four times a week. Around half did so between 6am and 8am, while the rest did it between 6.30pm and 8.30pm. The small study suggested women looking to reduce fat would benefit most by exercising in the morning (file photo) Dr Paul Arciero, who led the study from Skidmore College in New York, said: ‘While both morning and evening exercise provide significant health and performance benefits for...
    British authorities are considering the formal extradition of Kevin Spacey from the US over four sexual assault charges, unless he comes to the UK voluntarily. The actor, 62, may be detained by US police on behalf of the UK, so that he can be formally charged. On Thursday, the Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) authorised the four charges in relation to alleged attacks on three men between 2005 and 2013 — following a Metropolitan Police investigation.  Nick Vamos, a former head of extradition at the CPS, told the Guardian that formal extradition could take many months, with officials in the US needing to analyse papers sent over from Britain. British authorities are considering the formal extradition of Kevin Spacey (pictured) from the US over four sexual assault charges, unless he comes to the UK voluntarily The offences are alleged to have taken place between 2005 (pictured) and 2013, when Spacey was one of the world's biggest stars They would then need to feel that there was a 'probable cause' the offences happened, before finding and detaining the actor. 'The US Department of Justice will task...
    Liver transplants from overdose victims rose during the first year of the COVID pandemic as more young men died from drugs, a new study finds. Dr Peter Lymberopoulos, from St George's University in the Caribbean country of Grenada, who carried out the research, said the results were 'surprising' given how many operations were canceled. He added that the 20 percent uptick from overdose victims was likely due to more people taking drugs to cope with economic and social pressures during lockdowns. About 8,000 liver transplants are performed in the U.S. every year estimates suggest, for people who have suffered a failure of the organ — often due to infection from viruses, cancers and lifestyle factors such as being a heavy alcohol drinker. It is safe to take livers from overdose patients because these are all tested for diseases before transfer, and cannot pass on any drug addiction. It is also the only organ capable of re-generating itself after damage. The study was carried out up to June 2021, and did not include any cases who received livers in the recent...
    (CNN)We've written multiple recent newsletters about the possible impending demise of Roe v. Wade, the 1973 Supreme Court decision that gave American women the right to obtain an abortion.Today there's reason to focus on another topic related to gender and with ties to a major 1970s milestone.The big news in gender equality is that the US Soccer Federation announced a new 50-50 split in the way it pays men and women competing for the US national soccer teams. The deal announced on Wednesday means both sides will receive the same pay and prize money, including for participating at World Cups.The agreement is the result of years of lawsuits and lobbying by players for the spectacular US Women's National Team.The idea of the women's side achieving parity with the fair-to-middling (by international soccer standards) US Men's National Team is something to celebrate.Read More"This is a truly historic moment," said US Soccer President Cindy Parlow Cone in a statement on Wednesday, according to CNN's report. "These agreements have changed the game forever here in the United States and have the potential to...
    Black men suffer from depression, too. We just don’t talk about it nearly as much as we should. Black men take on the same battles that tens of millions of Americans wrestle with everyday. The only difference is that most of us suffer in silence. Most of us have been told things (often by other Black people) such as “Black people don’t go to therapy” or “depression is for white people.” Neither of these things is remotely true—depression doesn’t discriminate. In fact, according to Mental Health America, approximately 7 million Black Americans are suffering from depression at this very moment. I’m one of them, and have been battling depression most of my life. From an early age I knew there was something different about me. Whether it was the undiagnosed panic attacks that forced me to sit in my school’s hallway with my head between my legs as a small child or the night terrors that made me terrified to fall asleep, I recognized that I was experiencing things that my friends weren’t. Like many children struggling with an...
    The Taliban has banned men and women from sitting together in restaurants and ordered that public parks are open for each sex on different days. Women have stopped being issued driver's licenses and are ordered to cover their whole bodies in western city Herat, Afghanistan's third largest. The formerly liberal city is also the site of a Taliban prison where women are being held without trial simply for taking taxis without male companions. Other 'immoral offences' prompting women to be locked up include schoolgirls posing for photos with male classmates. Taliban fighters in armoured cars participate in a military parade in Herat on April 19 this year Women were pictured behind bars without trial at Herat Central Jail by an ITV crew last week - with the guilty's 'immoral behaviour' including taking taxis without male supervision It's the latest sign of the Taliban's brutal repression of human rights and women's rights. The backward slide is also further proof that the radical Islamist group is breaking its promise to rule the country less strictly than during its previous repressive reign. A...
    FROM having to wake up at 4am to get the store ready for the day to running around like a headless chicken all shift long, working in a supermarket is not for the faint-hearted. And according to one Tesco employee, there is a lengthy list of annoying customer habits that don't make the hours any easier. 3According to the Tesco employee, there are many for whom supermarkets have become like TinderCredit: Getty Fabulous spoke to Jane*, now one of the floor managers in North London, to find out what the supermarket staff find the most frustrating. FLIRTY DADS While most go shopping to bag a bargain or find ingredients for their last-minute Sunday roast, it feels like Tesco and other supermarkets have also become a Tinder playground for many. Before being promoted to the manager's position, Jane was amongst the floor staff spending hours interacting with shop-goers by the till. And here there were countless men - both single and in a relationship - who would shoot their shot in a desperate attempt to go home with Jane's number scribbled...
    BLONDE, beautiful and lovers of luxury – the wives and girlfriends of the Fury clan have more than a few things in common.  Tyson Fury's wife Paris, who is reportedly pregnant with her seventh child, suggested she could be handing over to "next leading lady" Molly-Mae Hague after the Gyspy King announced his retirement from boxing. 21 The Fury men certainly have a type. From left: Tiffany Fury, Paris Fury, Shirelle Fury, Molly-Mae Hague and Helen Fury 21 Tyson and Paris Fury with his brother Hughie Fury and wife Tiffany celebrating after the boxer's knockout victoryCredit: Instagram Their departure for a quiet life could leave a void for the next generation of the Fury clan to vie for the spotlight – with Tommy Fury and Molly, who met on Love Isand in 2019, at the top of the list. Yesterday, the Tyson clan were seen celebrating his impressive victory over Dillian Whyte at Sheesh Restaurant, in Chigwell, Essex, and many noticed how near-identical they all seem. Here's a look at each of the beauties who prove the Furys are punching...
    Transgender golfer Mianne Bagger, a man living as a woman who made history by competing in the Women’s Australian Open after transitioning in 1995, says it’s “utter rubbish” that “male-bodied” transgender athletes are being allowed to compete alongside women in professional sports. Speaking with News.com.au, Bagger expressed support for a bill in Australia that will effectively ban men from competing alongside women even though it runs counter to his own career choices. While Bagger does not support the total elimination of transgender athletes from women’s sports, he argues that severe restrictions need to be implemented. “There is a real impact of transition which does reduce strength and performance, although this does take a reasonable period of time,” Bagger said. “Male-bodied people presenting as women, who live as women, with varying degrees of medical intervention and in some degrees, no medical intervention, which is just — it’s crossed the line, in my view, it really has … It’s a slap in the face to women,” Bagger added. Bagger further noted that transgender athletes in competitive sports dramatically differ from transgender people in everyday...
    BIG NAMES WHO WILL MISS OUT AT SW19 MEN Daniil Medvedev  World ranking: 2  Wimbledon 2021 result: Fourth round  Andrey Rublev World ranking: 8 Wimbledon 2021 result: Fourth round  WOMEN Aryna Sabalenka  World ranking: 4 Wimbledon 2021 result: Semi-finals  Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova  World ranking: 15 Wimbledon 2021 result: Third round  Victoria Azarenka  World ranking: 18 Wimbledon 2021 result: Second round Wimbledon looks set to confirm the banning of all players from Russia and Belarus from this summer's Championships in light of the ongoing atrocities in Ukraine. The All England Club's main committee appear to have opted for a prompt decision as the war enters a new phase, with hopes of peace talks receding. The move has been made ahead of the tournament's scheduled annual press conference next week, where the subject was bound to arise. The WTA and ATP Tours have been informed that a fair smattering of its top players will be barred from SW19. Sources high up in the game have confirmed to Sportsmail that the measures are imminent, with men's world No 2 Daniil Medvedev the highest...
    Women who believe they are 'conventionally beautiful' have revealed the pros and cons of being attractive in an eye-opening thread. Mumsnet users from across the UK took to the forum to share their personal experiences of being dubbed attractive by others, including one woman who claims to have been able to get ahead in her career, and another who says that men are willing to do her favours because of her looks. The discussion began after a holidaymaker admitted to comparing her pale, overweight, 40-year-old body to the other 'beautiful' women by the pool in Dubai.  But other responders to the thread told the woman that being attractive has its downsides, including unwanted attention for men and critique from other women.       A 40-year-old holiday-goer who has been comparing her looks to other women on holiday, has been told the pros and cons of being very attractive (stock image) Posting on Mumsnet, the woman explained that she and her husband have been discussing beauty while looking at other people around their hotel swimming pool  Many responses to the post came from...
    There’s no difference between the old white KKK and the new black KKK. Both groups worked on behalf of the Democratic Party. They terrorized black and white people who did not support the agenda of the Democratic Party. Black Twitter is the Luca Brasi of the BLM-LGBTQIA+ Alphabet Mafia. For those of you who have never seen "The Godfather," Brasi was a notorious hit man for Don Corleone and the Corleone crime family. When a rival crime family tried to unseat the Corleone family, taking out Luca Brasi was seen as essential. You can’t improve Twitter and amplify truth on the platform until black Twitter sleeps with the fishes. If Musk is serious about limiting Twitter’s ability to harm free speech and freedom, he must discover a way to dismantle black Twitter. Fear of black Twitter is at the root of corporate media lies and false narratives. The worst nightmare of everyone in corporate media is provoking a black Twitter mob to storm their mentions, burn a cross, and demand their firing. Media employees know their bosses...
    A GANG of men have been found guilty of raping young woman after kidnapping her from outside a nightclub - as she begged for them to let her go.  Gemti Hyka, 31, bundled the 23-year-old into his car and drove her to an address in Bedford where he raped her.  1The woman had been partying in Vogue nightclub when she was targetedCredit: GOOGLE EARTH She had become separated from a friend on her first night out  to Vogue nightclub after the end of Covid restrictions.  Luton Crown Court heard that she had no memory of leaving the club on September 4 last year, and that she had gone into “survival mode". Two other men, Vullnet Haka, 33, and Ibrahim Bezati, 36, arrived at Hyka’s address and raped her - forcing her to take cocaine and slapping her.  She managed to flee the property in the early hours of the morning and was found by passersby.  READ MORE NEWSBUCHA 'GENOCIDE' Girl, 16, ‘raped, shot in head and dumped by Putin’s troops’ The woman told prosecutor Martin Mulgrew: “I begged them to...
    MOTT HAVEN, The Bronx (WABC) -- Police are looking for two thieves who stole an expensive watch from a woman at gunpoint.Security camera video showed the robbery on March 27 in Mott Haven.Police say the two bandits got out of a blue Nissan Sedan and ran up to the 30-year-old victim with guns drawn as she waked into her home with friends.The suspects removed her Audemars Piguet watch, valued around $30,000, from her wrist, then got back into the car and fled.ALSO READ | Arrest made after Northwell Health employee shot, killed in parking garageEMBED More News Videos An arrest was made after a Northwell Health employee was found dead in a parking garage on Long Island. ----------* More Bronx news* Send us a news tip* Download the abc7NY app for breaking news alerts * Follow us on YouTube Submit a News Tip
    Hunger Games star Jena Malone helped save a small dog from being tortured to death by an abuser who was himself then set-on by an angry mob. The actress, 37, stopped her car on seeing the bichon frise-type dog, named Champion, being yanked into the air by by its lead in Hollywood near Sunset Boulevard on Monday.  Malone, who played Johanna Mason in the dystopian movie series, rushed over to pull Champion away from the unnamed attacker - whose mom is said to be Champion's owner.  Three other men were then filmed descending on the abuser and beating him to the ground, with one man even whacking him with a stick while yelling: 'What the f**k are you doing?'  The dog was left with broken ribs and a broken hint leg, NBCLA reported.  Hunger Games actress Jena Malone, pictured, has shared how she helped save a dog that was being attacked by an abusive man Malone is pictured with the dog, named Champion, in the immediate aftermath of the attack  NBC LA Privacy Policy A group of men were filmed...
    An innocent Bronx woman is the latest to die from the rampant gun violence seizing New York City. Juana Esperanza Soriano De-Perdomo, 61, was killed on Monday as she walked past a deli on 164 East and 188th Street in the Fordham Heights neighborhood.   Soriano De-Perdomo was returning home after buying groceries when she was hit in the back by a bullet fired during a gang-related feud between four men.   The woman was rushed to St. Barnabas Hospital at around 7pm but died shortly after. The suspects fled on foot and no arrests have been made as of Tuesday morning, police said.  'A woman was crying out [assassin,]' witness Chris Simone told the Daily News. 'But I couldn't see who she was pointing at.' 'The bullets definitely got my attention. It was continuous shooting. He emptied the clip,' he added. 'She stumbled and then she collapsed on the sidewalk. She just dropped. Everyone was running out of the store.' At a press conference late Monday night, NYPD Commissioner Keechant Sewal  decried the spike in gun violence in the Big Apple.  'It's another...
    A UKRAINIAN refugee trying to find a host in the UK has been bombarded with creepy messages from men. Julia Skubenko, 30, wrote a desperate plea begging Brits to provide safe shelter but was met with a string of sleazy replies instead. 3Julia Skubenko, 30, says her desperate plea was met by creepy messages from menCredit: Julia Skubenko/Facebook 3The Ukrainian businesswoman has been forced to flee her homeland and was seeking safety in a Brit homeCredit: Julia Skubenko/Facebook After being forced to flee her beloved homeland to escape Russian troops, the 30-year-old turned her hopes of a fresh start to Facebook. Julia, who ran a successful cleaning company in Kyiv, wrote a poignant post appealing to an 18,000 strong group on the social media site. Alongside a snap of herself smiling, the businesswoman explained that she had never anticipated being "forced to move to England". But the despairing Ukrainian admitted she now "has to start over", assuring willing hosts she would "get on her feet" as quickly as possible. Julia, who moved to her war-torn country's capital from...
    Hundreds of single women have come together to share their most cringe-worthy first date stories admitting the path to love is filled with awkwardness.  The viral thread was started by a woman who admitted she had become 'obsessed' with bad date stories after hearing her own friends complain about men. 'My friend's date ate her entire sushi roll when she went to the bathroom,' the young woman revealed. This woman couldn't believe her date didn't pay for her meal after inviting her to dinner And before long hundreds of others had offered up their own horror stories including one woman who was excited to try target shooting on her first date. 'He told me he liked hunting and target shooting, I thought it sounded like a fun date,' she said. 'It wasn't, he took me to the dump to shoot rats,' she revealed. While another woman said her date took her to an aquarium despite hating everything to do with fish. RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next How I finally sculpted my dream body: Busy mum-of-four and......