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    YouTube star PewDiePie has apologized after he was slammed for uploading a video in which he appeared to mock a deaf woman using American Sign Language.  The 32-year-old Swedish video maker, whose real name is Felix Arvid Ulf Kjellberg, came under fire after posting his most recent YouTube video to his 111million subscribers.  But he has hit back by saying that he had 'no clue' the woman was deaf and was only making fun of her long nails, adding that it was an 'honest mistake'.   In the video, titled My Dog Cringes at TikToks, PewDiePie is seen playing various clips from the social media app which he then proceeds to make fun of.  One clip, which has now been removed from his video, shows deaf TikToker Scarlet May telling a story in American Sign Language.  After a couple of seconds PewDiePie stops the video and says: 'No, I'm not listening to this.' He then makes fun of Ms. May's nails before comparing them to his dog's claws.  Ms May responded to his video saying it was 'very weird and very unnecessary'.  ...
    A 20 year-old plans to die by assisted suicide after his intestine burst and ruined his health - with doctors warning he'd need six organs transplanted for a chance of survival.   Eric Coulan, from Fort St John in British Columbia, wants to die on his terms after a blockage doctors couldn't diagnose ruptured in 2020 and gave him sepsis. He told CJDC: 'There'll be an end to suffering. I suffer all day long. I've been in a four walled room for a very long time and I've just had enough.' Coulan spent much of his childhood taking medication for abdominal pain which caused him severe discomfort. But despite trying seven different hospitals across Canada, doctors were unable to diagnose him, beyond saying he had suffered a blockage. The issue came to a head two years ago when Coulan became so sick that he had emergency surgery to remove part of his lower intestine. Eric Coulan, pictured left, in May and right, in 2020, wants to end his own life using Canada's assisted dying law because of an abdominal condition that...
    May and June have seen an extraordinary accumulation of departures from the White House press shop – at a time when President Joe Biden is trying to retool his message with road trips amid sagging approval ratings. The departures have come up and down the ladder among people tasked with pitching Biden's policies, coordinating the covid response, and handling the mechanics of the president's mobile messaging operation. New White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre made light of the turnover in comments at the White House this week – as she once again took to the podium to publicly praise well-regarded departing mid-level staffers. 'I promise we will have a press shop.' She quipped. 'Not everyone is leaving.'  White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre has announced a series of staff departures in recent weeks Some of the turnover coincided with the departure of Jean-Pierre's predecessor, Jen Psaki. Some of the departures amount to steps up substantively – even if the aides will soon miss out on some of the thrill of being inside the presidential bubble.  Jean-Pierre broke the latest staff...
    The residents of a Long Island town say they're growing tired of a new influx of post-pandemic influx of tourists that have disturbed their once peaceful village.  North Fork, known as Long Island's Wine Country, has become a tourist hotspot with its over 60 vineyards, multiple breweries and distilleries, and private fly fishing ranches. But following the pandemic, parts of the peninsula such as Greenport, Southold, Mattituck and Cutchogue, have drawn in a huge influx of rowdy tourists that have taken over the once quaint town with their hard partying.  According to residents, so-called 'cityiots' have barged into town, loudly partying in their Airbnbs, getting wasted at local vineyards and causing heavy traffic when they extend their stays at local mansions, the New York Post reported.  Although the idyllic location has long been a popular getaway spot, in recent years residents say it has attracted a larger, younger crowd who have overstayed their welcome.  Claudio's waterfront restaurant located in Greenport is a tourist hotspot during the summer  The post-pandemic boom also affected the Hamptons, (above, partiers at The Boardy Barn in Hampton...
    A Holocaust survivor who spent his life terrified that his father had been a Nazi left BBC viewers in tears as he reunited with his family, and finally put his fears to rest.  Jackie, 79, arrived at Theresienstadt, a holding camp for prisoners to be sent to Auschwitz, when he was nine months old, and remained there for two years and eight months. By the time the camps were liberated, he was orphaned and ended up being sent to the UK where he was adopted, aged three.   He was too young to remember the camp, but after discovering the truth about his past he started to worry that he survived because his father was a Nazi working in the camp.  Appearing on DNA Family Secrets last night, he discovered that not only was his father of Jewish decent, but he had two living relatives living 'down the road' in North London.  Viewers were overcome with emotion as the programme showed the poignant moment Jackie met his two cousins, Tony and Alex, for the first time.  Jackie, 79, was orphaned during the Second...
    Selma Blair has opened up about a lifetime of alcohol abuse, revealing that she got drunk for the first time when she was just seven years old — and became an 'expert alcoholic' even as a child. The 49-year-old actress has detailed her struggles in her upcoming memoir, Mean Baby, sharing how she would sip alcohol to quell her anxiety through her school years. In an excerpt of the memoir obtained by People, Blair described how her drinking got worse in college — and on more than one occasion, she was too drunk to fight off men who raped her.  'I have been raped, multiple times, because I was too drunk to say the words "Please. Stop,"' she said.  Selma Blair has opened up about a lifetime of alcohol abuse, revealing that she got drunk for the first time when she was just seven years old The 49-year-old actress has detailed her struggles in her upcoming memoir, Mean Baby, and excerpt from which appears in People this week Mean Baby will be released on May 17 In her memoir, Blair...
    President Joe Biden's sister Valerie Biden Owens tore into 'Trump people' for making fun of the president's sometimes halting delivery during speeches.  'From the time he was a little boy, he stuttered,' Owens told Elle in an interview published Tuesday. 'This kid, he couldn't string more than three words together at a time. So, I think when you see him pausing and the unpleasant people around this country, the right wing, Trump people say, "Oh, look at him. He doesn't know what he's talking about," it is remnants of when he was a kid and stuttered.'  She added, 'Humiliation has a long shelf life.'  Owens was asked by the women's magazine what was one thing she wished the public knew about her brother.  The president's boyhood stuttering problem is well documented, but Owens conceded that he's still criticized when he 'falters on a word.'  President Joe Biden's sister Valerie Biden Owens tore into 'Trump people' for making fun of the president's sometimes halting delivery during speeches President Joe Biden's boyhood stutter has been well documented, but his sister conceded he's still criticized...
    THERE are two things nobody wants to happen when interviewing Simon Cowell. 1) He suggests going for a quick spin on his electric bike. 2) Your front tooth falls out. 7Simon is now nearly two years on from his horrific E-bike crash which saw him require six hours of spine-saving surgery 7He recently proposed to long-term girlfriend Lauren Silverman 7Lauren is the mother of Simon's eight-year-old son Eric Yet it came to pass that I found myself — tooth hanging by a thread (more on this later) — whizzing around the very courtyard where Simon broke his back and nearly died in 2020. “Let’s just pop you up a couple of gears,” he says casually, as I am rocketed forward on something the size of a small horse. “You’ll be absolutely fine.” Simon is now nearly two years on from his horrific E-bike crash which saw him require six hours of spine-saving surgery. And in the wake of a more recent smash two months ago that left him with a broken arm, he still refuses a helmet. Read more on...
    THEY haven’t had a trim for years and love super-long hair. These boys wear buns and ponytails and look up to superheroes such as Aquaman and Thor. 4Zach Irving, eight, is one of many young boys who are shunning the hairdresser to keep their super-long locksCredit: Collect Many young lads embraced growing their locks during the pandemic and refuse to get the chop now things are back to normal. Celebrity hairstylist Jason Collier believes longer male manes will continue to be a trend. He says: “In 2022, we will see men moving away from the traditional short, sharp cut and we will see the longer styles. “The style of 2022 will venture more towards a mullet, with a grown- out, shaggy shape. Read More on ParentingGONE POTTY My daughter stopped using nappies at two weeks old & is already toilet trainedBABY FACE I curled my hair & did my make-up while in labour to look my best for the birth “Huge names such as BTS and Justin Bieber have been sporting longer lengths over the past 12 months, which trickles...
    Westend61 | Getty Images The ongoing Russia-Ukraine war is degrading Americans' financial outlook, sparking the desire to save more and postpone investing, according to a survey from MassMutual. But steering clear of stock market volatility may be a mistake, financial experts say. Two-thirds of Americans worry the conflict will hurt their wallets, with nearly half eager to save more cash and 42% delaying investments, the report found.   "For a year that started with such hope and optimism, many are extremely concerned about the U.S. economy," said Amanda Wallace, head of insurance operations with MassMutual, pointing to stress about day-to-day expenses and financial insecurity.  More from Personal Finance:Here's what the Fed's rate hike means for borrowers, savers and homeownersWhen to get back into the stock market after panic selling Why you may miss the market’s best days if you sell amid high volatility It's been a volatile period for the stock market as investors respond to news about the war, rising interest rates and soaring inflation, among other headlines.  Investing hesitancy is common, particularly after a "liquidity event," such as selling...
    Donald Trump definitively said that if he runs again for president he would add his former Vice President Mike Pence on the ticket, according to a Wednesday report from The Washington Examiner. 'I don't think the people would accept it,' Trump said in a Tuesday evening interview when asked about potentially running with Pence for a third White House bid. 'Mike and I had a great relationship except for the very important factor that took place at the end. We had a very good relationship,' he added. 'I haven't spoken to him in a long time.' Speaking from Mar-a-Lago, which doubles as his club and political headquarters in Palm Beach, Florida, Trump said there has been friction between him and his former No. 2 since the 2020 election. Trump has consistently blamed Pence for his loss against Joe Biden, claiming he could have overturned the outcome of the 2020 presidential election by delaying certification of the Electoral College results on January 6, 2021. Former President Donald Trump (left) told the Washington Examiner Tuesday that if he runs for president again...
    LYNBROOK, Long Island (WABC) -- The phrase "pain at the pump" has a whole other meaning these days for some gas station employees on Long IslandFernando Diaz works at a Lukeoil gas station in Lynbrook and says people have cursed at him and threatened to hurt him."I know it's sad what's happening over there, but you can't blame people over here," Diaz said.Diaz said some people even get out of their cars to make the threats.All because the Lukoil name is associated with the Russian fuel company.But this is a Lukoil franchise that used to be a Mobile station."It's an independent owner," said owner Ganesh Lall. "It's doesn't have anything at all to do with Russia. It's American gas we're selling. We don't sell Russia gas here."Nevertheless, people are dumping Russian booze and canceling products that may be Russian due to Russia's escalating invasion of Ukraine."It's like we're getting a helluva time," Lall said.Lall said his business is down about 50 to 60 percent, but that's not the worst part for him."My biggest concern, I don't want any of my...
    Shift workers have worse memory and slower mental speeds because their body clocks are out of whack, a study suggests. Switching from night to day shifts has long be linked to a plethora of serious health issues such as sleep disorders, heart disease, obesity and mood problems. It is believed to be caused by a disrupting the body's circadian rhythm, our internal clock that releases hormones encouraging us to sleep when it gets dark.  Now a new analysis by Austrian experts has found shift work could also be impacting brain function. Pooling together numerous studies on the subject, they found that in five out of six categories shift workers performed 'significantly worse' than their non-shift workers.  This included how they were less alert and had worse impulse control, which could raise the risk of workplace accidents and errors. Experts have suggested employers encourage workers to take nap breaks to ensure their mental functions are protected.  Shift work, where people work beyond the traditional 9 to 5, typically late into the night and early morning, is a quintessential part of modern...
    A WOMAN who works in hospitality has revealed the one drink request bartenders hate the most. But are you guilty of placing the dreaded order? 2A woman known as Han, who works in hospitality and is from the UK, took to TikTok and revealed the one drink she dreads customers orderingCredit: TikTok/hanelizabetx Bartender Han, who is from the UK, took to TikTok to vent her frustration and urged pub-goers: "If you're ordering a Guinness and you're ordering a round of drinks, for the love of god, please say Guinness first." "Is it hard to say it first? Just say 'Guinness'....Just say 'I'll have a Guinness and then ya ya ya…'" She concluded by addressing follow bar tenders and joked: "If you know, you know." FABULOUS BINGO: GET A £5 FREE BONUS WITH NO DEPOSIT REQUIRED And Han wasn't alone - with several other bartenders quick to take to the comments section to agree. "Don’t worse thing is when your busy af two people on bar and they ask for Guinness last," wrote one. A second commented: "Omg yess!!...
    Donald Trump is trashing his former Attorney General Bill Barr in a three-page letter released on Monday morning, claiming he fired the Justice Department official because he had 'no backbone.'   Barr sat down for a lengthy interview with NBC News' Lester Holt which aired on Sunday night, to promote the release of his new memoir 'One Damn Thing After Another.'  Trump said of the upcoming book, 'I would imagine that if the book is anything like him, it will be long, slow, and very boring.' The former Justice Department official condemned the ex-president's 2020 election fraud claims and his role in last year's Capitol riot, both in his book and televised interview.  'Bill Barr cares more about being accepted by the corrupt Washington Media and Elite than serving the American people. He was slow, lethargic, and I realized early on that he never had what it takes to make a great Attorney General,' Trump's letter began. 'When the Radical Left Democrats threatened to hold him in contempt and even worse, to Impeach him, he became virtually worthless fo Law and...
    HAVING to hide from embarrassment is one sure reason to end a relationship. That's what happened to this woman who was forced to run away from her partner when he did the rudest thing possible at a restaurant. 3A woman shared on Reddit how she fled from a restaurant out of embarrassment from her boyfriendCredit: Getty 3She said he brought along a bell to ring at waitstaffCredit: Getty The woman, who shared her story on Reddit, explained that she had been dating her boyfriend for about four months, and claimed he's an American living in her unnamed country, but lives out of town. The two decided to meet up at a diner in his town, and when they were ready to order, her boyfriend took out a small bell from his jacket and began ringing it. The woman said she immediately became confused and asked what he was doing, to which he replied that he was getting the waitstaff's attention. She then told her boyfriend to stop ringing the bell and embarrassing her, but he just...
    Some of the at-home Covid tests distributed by the Biden administration may be frozen by the time they arrive at people's homes, and may not work, an expert warns. The long awaited test distribution finally began last month, but experts warn that the test must be stored at a temperature of 35 degrees or lower. If a person has an outdoor mailbox and does not retrieve the test within a few hours of its arrival, a liquid cartridge inside the test could freeze and become unusable. A person who uses a frozen test could get a false negative result and potentially expose others to the virus thinking they are safe. It is yet another issue facing the test rollout by the federal government, which has already received criticism for how long it took to get the tests out, for four tests not being enough for some households and some people who live in a multi-unit building reporting that only one unit could receive the test. At-home Covid tests can freeze if they are left in an outdoor mailbox or sitting...
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    Space agencies are working to overcome several challenges astronauts face while in space, such as reliable communication and fuel management, and a new threat has just been added to the list - anemia. A study conducted by researchers in Ottawa found astronauts' bodies destroy 54 percent more red blood cells while in space than when on the ground. On Earth, our bodies create and destroy 2 million red blood cells every second, but researchers found those in space for six months destroyed 3 million every second. Doctors attributed it to destruction of red blood cells, or hemolysis, resulting from fluid shifts as astronauts' bodies accommodated to weightlessness and again as they re-accommodated to gravity. Scroll down for video  A study conducted by researchers in Ottawa found astronauts' bodies destroy 54 percent more red blood cells while in space than when on the ground In fact, anemia is 'a primary effect of going to space,' said Dr. Guy Trudel of the University of Ottawa, who led a study of 14 astronauts funded by the Canadian Space Agency. 'As long as you...
    Three Long Island women are accused of beating up a security officer and a gate agent at JFK airport after they were banned from their flight for being drunk and failing to wear masks properly. On Wednesday, federal prosecutors charged Jordan Nixon, 21, Janessa Torres, 21, and Johara Zavala, 44, with allegedly beating up multiple workers after they were told they could not board a Delta Airlines flight to Puerto Rico last September. According to the indictment, the incident began when a gate worker noticed the Long Island women were 'visibly disoriented and possibly intoxicated' as they approached the boarding area for a 12:55 pm flight. One of the women also refused to properly wear her mask.  Prosecutors charged Jordan Nixon, 21, Janessa Torres, 21, and Johara Zavala, 44, for allegedly beating up multiple JFK employees after they were told they could not board a Delta Airlines flight to Puerto Rico last September The three Long Island women ganged up on the security officer and punched and kicked him as he lay on the floor, causing his upper lip to bleed RELATED...
     Former President Donald Trump fumed at Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell in an interview where he was pressed on why Senate Republicans are not backing his crusade against the results of the 2020 election. Trump spoke to NPR’s Steve Inskeep for an interview that aired Wednesday. It was a rare appearance on an outlet that isn’t Fox News, Newsmax or OANN. As Inskeep noted on Twitter: he has been trying to interview Trump for six years, and this is the first time the 45th president said yes. The interview didn’t last long. Trump hung up the phone after less than ten minutes of questions on his stolen election claims, which he continues to pursue more than a year after the election ended, and months after judges and election officials across the country determined those claims to have no merit. One of those questions from Inskeep: “Why is it that you think that the vast majority of your allies in the United States Senate are not standing behind you?” Trump replied by raging at McConnell. “Because Mitch McConnell is a...
    We’ve officially hit that part of winter when it’s a given (in most parts of the country, that is) that it's going to be downright freezing basically any time you decide to step outside. Naturally, if you want to avoid frostbite, you're going to need a long puffer coat for winter to keep you warm when you have to face the elements—not just any insulated coat will do. When it’s this cold out, you're going to need a long puffer coat that’ll cover not only your upper body and midsection but also your butt and thighs—two key areas that don’t get any protection with shorter jackets. Without the added length you'll get with a long puffer coat, you’ll be left walking around with the lower half of your body way more exposed—and chilly—than it needs to be. Plus, this winter longer-length and full-length puffer coats are actually one of the biggest outerwear trends you can wear. And, since the long puffer jacket trend is alive and well this season, plenty of retailers have caught on to the need to...
    The woman accusing Michigan's former House Speaker of repeatedly raping her for more than a decade admits she initiated contact with her alleged attacker - but says she only did so because she was 'brainwashed' and 'groomed' by the ex-lawmaker. Rebekah Chatfield, 26, came forward last week to detail her ordeal after filing the criminal complaint against Lee Chatfield last month. In the criminal filing, she accused Michigan's youngest House speaker in more than a century of sexually assaulting her multiple times while she attended Northern Michigan Christian Academy, which was run by his family.  Rebekah - who claims the abuse began when she was 15 - conceded in an interview with Bridge Michigan that she at times reached out to Chatfield, but claimed she was under his spell during the time. 'It was never consensual, because it started when I was a minor - the brainwashing, the mentality, the manipulation, the psychological, the emotional - he groomed me into being who he wanted me to be,' she told the outlet.   Chatfield, 33, was elected in 2014 and served as the...
    Two men attacked a worker at a Burger King in Brooklyn last month over a delay to their food order, police said on Monday. The suspects are said to have complained that their food was taking too long to prepare at the burger chain's Linden Boulevard outlet in Brownsville, officials said. Video of the violent incident shows one man, wearing a black hoodie and his face obscured by a face mask, vault the counter and grapple the worker against it at about 6:15 p.m. on December 4. RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Courting controversy! Axed Bucs wide receiver Antonio Brown... Cuomo's off the hook: Groping charges against disgraced... Share this article Share The second suspect, also wearing a hoodie and face mask, is seen in the footage punching the worker in the head across the counter.  The first suspect can also be seen punching the worker in the video captured by a security camera above the counter, looking out into the Burger King joint. As onlookers fled the restaurant, two other Burger King employees came...
    A Florida woman with a long criminal history will be receiving a $1.75 million payout after she lost her leg from a blood infection she claims was caused by an unsanitary pedicure.  Clara Shellman, 55, went to Tammy's Nails 2 in Tampa to get a pedicure in September 2018. During the pedicure, an employee cut Shellman's foot with dirty tools, which caused an infection, the lawsuit claims. The infection was exasperated by Shellman's severe peripheral arterial disease and eventually lead to the lower part of her leg being amputated.  Shellman and the salon reached a $1.75 million settlement on December 16, her attorney Paul Fulmer told the Tamps Bay Times.  Clara Shellman, 55, will be receiving a $1.75 million payout from a Florida nail salon that gave her a 'dirty' pedicure which led to her foot being amputated  The lawsuit claims an employee at Tammy's Nails 2 cut Shellman's foot during a pedicure in 2018. The cut quickly became infected and eventually led to the amputation Shellman's lawyer said the medical bills from the infection and amputation caused her to lose her house....
    Political operative and longtime Trump ally Roger Stone said that he met briefly with the House committee investigating Jan. 6 and informed lawmakers he would invoke his Fifth Amendment right. Stone gave a deposition for 90 minutes before leaving and telling reporters that he would plead the Fifth 'not because I have done anything wrong, but because I am fully aware of the House Democrats' long history of fabricating perjury charges.' Stone slammed the inquiry as 'witch hunt 3.0' and denied having any involvement in the 'illegal and politically counterproductive' activities of that day. Stone gave a deposition for 90 minutes before leaving and telling reporters that he would plead the Fifth 'not because I have done anything wrong, but because I am fully aware of the House Democrats' long history of fabricating perjury charges' Stone was subpoenaed last month as the committee looks into his actions leading up to Jan. 6. Stone said he was particularly concerned with the committee's probing of his actions on Jan. 5. 'I don't like to see the criminalization of constitutionally protected political activity....
    The mutilated body of a New York woman who has been missing for three weeks was found in a wooded state park near her Long Island home after she was allegedly stabbed 20 times by her enraged husband for having an affair.  Melissa Molinari, 38, a mother of four from Centereach, was found in Rocky Point Pine Barrens State Forest in Middle Island on Thursday after police used the GPS features on her husband's phone to track down the body.  The mother of four was last seen on November 21 at her son's soccer game and was reported missing by a friend on December 2. Her husband, Marcello Molinari, 43, was arrested Thursday night and charged on one count of second-degree murder after being booked at First District Court in Central Islip.  Prosecutors  say he had been planning her murder for weeks after finding out about his wife's affair during a Disney World trip in early November.  The body of missing Long Island woman Melissa Molinari, 38, (above) was found on Thursday after she had allegedly been stabbed 20 times by...
    A teacher accused of selling nuclear submarine secrets with her Navy engineer husband only wanted to flee the country because she hated Donald Trump, a court has been told.    Lawyers for Diana Toebbe, 45, claim she only wanted to exit the US because of her disdain for the former president, and not because she was worried about getting caught for allegedly trying to sell the classified information. They made the claim in court papers filed Wednesday, complete with an exchange of messages said to have taken place between Toebbe and her husband Jonathan in March 2019.  Those texts also allegedly saw Diana Toebbe discuss fleeing to France. The country they tried to sell the secrets to has never been mentioned, and is said to be a US ally, although officials told NBC News that France was not the country targeted.  Diana begins: 'We need to get out.' Jonathan appears bored with her statement, answering: '*sigh* where? To do what?' His wife then says: 'To anywhere. To do something else. To teach in international schools. To take Macron up on his offer to...
    I was warned ages ago that violence is not a solution to any problem, and that if I wanted Carrot Top to stop doing prop comedy I should just bide my time. Did it work? I’m scared to look. Can someone at least let me know if Jeff Dunham is still at large? But Republicans these days seem to have missed the memo. In their bath salts hallucination of a universe, political violence is tres chic. The party’s modern luminaries include rampaging death-gnome Kyle Rittenhouse, scaredy-’ristocrats Mark and Patricia McCloskey, Jan. 6 rioter and tragic Donald Trump victim Ashli Babbitt, and Montana Gov. Greg Gianforte, who earned piggish praise from Trump in 2017 after body-slamming a reporter. (How conservatives’ Tinker-Toy minds manage to shart out encomiums to Rittenhouse while seizing on the absurdity that the Capitol officer who shot Babbitt is somehow a murderer is a mystery for the ages.) And now? Violently attempting to overthrow the U.S. government on behalf of clammy fascist Donald Trump is apparently a feather in your cap if you’re running for office in Texas. A North Texas man...
    DANIEL STURRIDGE missed Perth Glory's match against Western United as the four-hour flight left him with cramps. The striker, 32, made his debut for the Australian side earlier this month but is yet to build on his ten-minute cameo against Adelaide United. 1Daniel Sturridge missed the game against Western United after suffering from leg cramps caused by a four hour flightCredit: Getty Perth traveled via plane to Melbourne for their match against Western United on Saturday and owner Tony Sage revealed he was puzzled not to see Sturridge's name on the team sheet. And he explained how Sturridge informed manager Richard Garcia that the lengthy journey left him feeling not fit enough to play. Sage told Australian outlet Sen.com: “Look, a lot of consultation goes ahead, and when I saw the team sheet I made the call to sound out why [Sturridge was left off]. “After a talk between the two – the player and the coach – he didn’t feel he could contribute. "Richie (Richard Garcia) said it in the post-match, he’s not used to a four-hour flight to...
    Vice President Kamala Harris slammed the 'racist' defense of Ahmaud Arbery's killers after all three men were found guilty of murder on Wednesday.  All three defendants in the Ahmaud Arbery trial were found guilty of murdering the black jogger in February 2020 on Wednesday, prompting celebrations in the streets of Georgia.  'These verdicts send an important message, but the fact remains that we still have work to do,' the vice president said.  'The defense counsel chose to set a tone that cast the attendance of ministers at the trial as intimidation and dehumanized a young Black man with racist tropes. The jury arrived at its verdicts despite these tactics.' She said after the verdict: 'Still, we feel the weight of grief. Ahmaud Arbery should be alive, and nothing can take away the pain that his mother Wanda Cooper-Jones, his father Marcus Arbery, and the entire Arbery family and community feel today. I share in that pain.' Meanwhile, President Biden said the Ahmaud Arbery killing was a 'devastating reminder' of racial injustice in the US, but that the guilty verdict shows the 'justice...
    A woman was left in tears after her date sent her home in an Uber because he didn't like her outfit - after she spent 40 minutes perfecting the look. Nikki Jabs, from Michigan, revealed on TikTok that she met a guy named Greg off of the dating app Hinge. She says they hit it off right away and after spending only a few days together, he asked her to move in with him. Three weeks into their relationship, Nikki explained that he invited her to one of his work functions, and she was so excited to meet his coworkers and friends. She spent 40 minutes doing her hair and makeup so that she could look nice for the event, but unfortunately, the night ended in heartbreak for her. While getting dinner beforehand, Greg told her that he was 'embarrassed' by her outfit and that she couldn't come any more, so he called her an Uber. The outfit included a pair of high-waisted, paper-bag pants and a black crop top that hardly showed off her stomach. A woman was left in tears...
    A BOSS has been slammed for banning an employee from reading a book during their lunch break.  The reason given to the staff member was that it caused them to eat their food longer. 1The employee said he was banned from reading during lunch timeCredit: Getty - Contributor The book-loving employee from the USA revealed the move on Reddit. They wrote: “I've been reading books during my lunch breaks at work and today they decided to ban ‘reading material’ as it ‘takes me too long to eat’. “I explained to them that cellphones and social media and the like also contain letters and that this constitutes ‘reading material’.  “The owner's response was ‘I don't want to ban cellphones’ … So to them cellphones are OK but a book is not.” But the employee claims it was their bad teeth that caused them to take a longer work break. They said: “I have to chew with my front teeth (mostly) and I can use my normal masticating teeth very carefully and deliberately.  “It takes me a lot longer (relatively) to chew...
    The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) warned travelers Monday to expect long lines at airports this Thanksgiving and to 'pack some patience.'   The agency revealed that it has 4,200 fewer staff to deal with the increased traffic because 7% of employees have not complied with vaccine mandate that kicks in today.  However, airlines are putting on more staff to deal with the Thanksgiving surge with many offering overtime or bonuses for employees who work the holiday.    TSA spokeswoman Lisa Farbstein tweeted on Monday morning that the vaccine mandate would not affect airline travel.  She wrote: 'Approximately 93 percent of @TSA employees are in compliance with today's deadline for the federal employee vaccine mandate and exemption requirements. The employee vaccine mandate will not impact holiday travel. Happy Thanksgiving!'   'Well, TSA says that it's going to be prepared, so we have to take them at their word', AAA Senior Manager of Public Affairs Robert Sinclair Jr. told CBS New York on Monday.       'Many airlines pay overtime or bonuses for employees to work during Thanksgiving'.      The 4,200 unvaccinated workers now face being fired. TSA...
    The scientific community has long debated what the interstellar object 'Oumuamua is, but one group of researchers believes it is not a nitrogen iceberg, according to a new study. A team of researchers, including the Harvard astrophysicist who suggested 'Oumuamua was a 'lightsail' sent from another civilization, note there is not enough nitrogen in the known universe to make an object that size. It is believed that 'Oumuamua is somewhere between 300 and 3,000 feet in length and could be anywhere between 115 and 548 feet thick. As such, it's likely that it is not a chunk of a Pluto-like exoplanet that broke off 400 million years ago, as some have posturized. 'Oumuamua is not a nitrogen iceberg, Harvard researchers say, refuting a study from March There is not enough nitrogen in the known universe to make an object that size. As such, it's likely that it is not a chunk of a Pluto-like exoplanet that broke off 400 million years ago, as some have posturized 'The necessary mass of heavy elements exceeds the total quantity locked in stars with 95\%...
    ONE woman revealed her horrifying-hairdresser tale, about how her hair was FRIED and she was forced to cut a foot off. Model Liz Seibert was getting ready to make her debut at New York fashion week when she decided to go to a high-end salon to get her hair prepped for the event. 3The model had glossy long hair before the trip to the salonCredit: @lizseibert/Tiktok 3After a hairdresser left her hair friedCredit: @lizseibert/Tiktok Taking to her TikTok account, the woman explained that she could feel burning before realising the hairdresser had fried off her long hair. Posting under the domain @lizseibert the model shows her fried hair that is completely uneven. Liz said: "When a salon bleaches your hair for too long and it falls out." Adding: "So you just cut it all off" she shows off her very different pixie cut. FABULOUS BINGO: GET A £5 FREE BONUS WITH NO DEPOSIT REQUIRED In another post, Liz recalls the day her hair was destroyed, and how she had to call her modelling agent and explain what happened. "A...
    HUNGRY Ronnie O’Sullivan almost missed the start of his English Open clash - because he was enjoying a pre-match KEBAB. The meat-fuelled Rocket was flustered and unprepared on arrival at the Marshall Arena after spending far too long in a nearby Turkish restaurant with his doner. 1Ronnie O'Sullivan nearly missed his English Open clash against Michael Georgiou after enjoying a long lunch at a nearby Turkish restaurantCredit: PA And the world No3 claimed he would have rather been docked a frame for being late rather than ruin his long lunch. Though he lost the opening frame to Michael Georgiou, he responded by reeling off 82, 127, 129 and 108 to skewer the Cypriot 4-1 in just 62 minutes. O’Sullivan, 45, said: “I turned up with seven minutes to go. I was still in my jeans and trainers. I got my gear on. I was all over the gaffe. “I should be meditating 20 minutes ago but I wasn’t. “I knew I would be like a rabbit in the headlights. So, I tried to stay in the match for as long...
    A WOMAN has revealed she had a dream labour that lasted just four minutes long, and she only pushed four times.  TikTok user Briana Santos, who posts under @brianasantos, shared how she didn’t tear during the labour either.  3TikTok user Briana Santo revealed she had the dream labour lasting just four minutesCredit: TikTok/@brianasantos She uploaded a video and wrote: “I’m scared baby #2 won’t be as smooth.” Briana quickly became the envy of many mums, after posting how she had “no tearing, pushed four times, had a four-minute delivery, bounced right back, and baby hardly cries.” The lucky mum added: “I also wanna add that I was never sick and my belly didn’t get super big! “I promise I’m not bragging, we just always want to hear the horror stories. “Oh yeah and no stretch marks!  “I’m just wishing the same on all the pregnant mamas right now!” Briana added that she watched so many horror birthing stories on YouTube before her delivery and said she was “scared for nothing.” Many people were unsurprisingly highly jealous of her breezy labour. ...
    VIDEO2:2102:21National Securities' Art Hogan: 'Buckle your seatbelts'Trading Nation Earnings season may turn an ugly corner. Long-term bull Art Hogan warns a storm of disappointing corporate guidance and missed revenue targets is ahead. "Buckle your seatbelts," the National Securities' chief market strategist told CNBC's "Trading Nation" on Friday. "This will be the first time in the cycle you're actually going to hear more companies guide down than guide up." Hogan cites headwinds tied to supply chain backlogs, inflation and worker shortages. "There's going to be a real earnings season of haves and have nots," Hogan said. "The haves really have that pricing ability." He cites Snap's third quarter results as an example of upcoming trouble. The social media giant reported last Thursday a revenue miss and it lowered guidance — citing trouble in its advertising business and global supply chain interruptions. Snap stock is off 27% since the announcement. "Aggregate demand is outstripping aggregate supply," said Hogan. "If you don't have things to sell, you're probably not increasing your ad budget." He urges long-term investors to resist the urge to react...
    Carl Icahn speaking at Delivering Alpha in New York on Sept. 13, 2016.David A. Grogan | CNBC Longtime activist investor Carl Icahn said Monday that the U.S. markets could see challenges over the long run in the face of easy money and rising inflation. "The market one day in the long run... we will certainly going to hit a wall," Icahn said Monday on CNBC's "Fast Money Halftime Report." I really think there will be a crisis the way we are going, the way we are printing the money, the way we are going into inflation. If you look around you, you see inflation all around you and I don't know how you deal with that in the long term." This is breaking news. Please check back for updates. Enjoyed this article?For exclusive stock picks, investment ideas and CNBC global livestreamSign up for CNBC ProStart your free trial nowTVWATCH LIVEWATCH IN THE APPUP NEXT | ETListen
    By Michael Hurley, CBS Boston BOSTON (CBS) — Joe Montana was considered the GOAT for a long time, after his playing career ended at the age of 38. He’s since been passed many times over by the ageless Tom Brady, who won a Super Bowl at age 43 and has continued his success this year at age 44. Brady’s always said he plans to play until his mid-40s, though he recently pondered playing until age 50. Montana took it even further, saying Brady can probably play until he’s 60, given how many quarterback hits have been outlawed by the NFL. “Yeah, they don’t even touch him. He’s hardly ever getting hit, so he could play till maybe 60, I don’t know,” Montana told USA Today. “It’s always about just the physical part, how well can you handle that part of it? And the way it is with the rules today, he just doesn’t take those big hits anymore. Yeah, he gets hit on occasion, but it’s never one of those big, you know, 300 pounds compressing you in the ground. They...
    A Buddhist juror serving in Theranos founder Elizabeth Holmes' fraud trial was dismissed Wednesday after telling the judge that if Holmes were found guilty and sent to prison for a 'long, long time' she would 'feel like it's my fault'. Juror No 4 told Judge Edward Davila in US District Court in San Jose that as a Buddhist, she believes in love and forgiveness. 'I’m thinking of all the time she’ll be in jail,' the juror - identified only as a dark-haired woman in a surgical mask and green floral blouse - told Davila, according to The Mercury News. She added: 'It's very hard for me. I'm thinking what happens if she has to be in there for a long long time and I’m out here. I’ll feel like it’s my fault.' According to The Mercury News, Davila explained to the woman that she cannot consider punishment when making decisions about a defendant. A Buddhist juror serving in disgraced Theranos founder Elizabeth Holmes' (pictured) fraud trial has been dismissed after telling the judge that if Holmes were found guilty and sent to...
    Britney Spears reportedly has no immediate plans to return to the stage as she celebrates her conservatorship victory and engagement to fiancé Sam Asghari. Sources close to TMZ on Saturday claimed the pop princess has not made work and performing her top priority, with some suggesting she may never perform again.  In court on Wednesday, a judge removed Jamie Spears from the conservatorship that's been controlling his 39-year-old daughter's personal life and $60 million estate after 13 years, in news that reportedly caused Britney to 'burst into tears'. Never to perform again? Britney Spears 'may never perform again' as it's claimed work is not her top priority - as she celebrates long-awaited conservatorship victory and engagement to fiancé Sam Asghari. Pictured at the 2016 iHeartRadio Music Festival in Las Vegas  TMZ's insiders claimed Britney's mindset 'for a long time' hasn't been on performing. MailOnline has reached out to the singer's representatives for comment. RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 2 Next Mel C is sporty as ever as she shows off washboard abs... The Masked Singer: Kylie Jenner's ex-boyfriend...
    A Russian nurse who has been growing her hair for 23 years has revealed her mane is now so long, it almost reaches the ground.   Surprisingly, Anzhelika Baranova, 28, from Irkutsk, Russia, said her hair doesn't take much upkeep and she simply washes it twice a week and leaves it to air dry.  And although she admits it can sometimes be uncomfortable, Anzhelika said it is worth it for the joy she gets from her hair.     Nurse Anzhelika Baranova, hasn't had her hair cut since she was five years old, and now her hair almost reaches the ground  The 28-year-old Russian decided she like her long hair when she was a child and decided not to cut it Anzhelika and her family all think that long hair is beautiful. Pictured: Anzhelika with her lowng flowing hair Pictured: Anzhelika Baranova the real life rapunzel. Despite the upkeen concerns, Anzhelikathinks her hair is easy to care for RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Bald women who've lost their hair due to eczema, alopecia... Mum turns the spare bedroom in her...
    PLAINFIELD, Ill. (CBS) — A day after a Plainfield mother told CBS 2 she was keeping her special-needs son home from school because a bus driver shortage had stretched the commute time to four hours, the school district emailed her offering solutions. Mikey Cataudella, 21, has autism, and staying home from his therapeutic day school for the last week has been difficult. His mom, Lorrie Cataudella, said keeping her nonverbal son home became the only option after his bus ride skyrocketed to four hours a day. READ MORE: Two Simeon High School Students, Both 15, Killed In Shootings Four Hours Apart The reason is that critical shortage of bus drivers in Plainfield Community Consolidated School District 202, which is responsible for Mikey Cataudella’s schooling until he turns 22. Ms. Cataudella reported that she had repeatedly made calls to the school district, but “instead of attempting to find that middle ground, it was dead silence after that.” But that changed Wednesday morning after CBS 2 Political Investigator Dana Kozlov’s report aired the night before. School District Assistant Supt. for Student...
    Making daily life choices that provide long-term, non-immediate benefits rather than those that provide instant satisfaction lead to a happier life, a new study finds. Researchers from the University of Kent and the University of Reading in the UK looked into how delayed gratification and daily life choices could impact a person's happiness.    They found decisions that required instant happiness hurt a person overall while making decisions that may not be as fun in the present but build towards future health led to more happiness. For example, regularly exercising or eating a healthier diet may not be as instantly satisfying as other choices, but are more beneficial to happiness overall.  The research adds to a wealth of studies that show a healthier lifestyle leads to a more fulfilling life. Exercising and eating healthier are decisions that may delay gratification, but lead to an overall happier life, a new study finds(file image) Researchers, who published their findings in the Journal of Happiness Studies, gathered data from as far back as 2009, and more than 14,000 UK residents were included.  'Little...
    A serial squatter who has avoided paying the mortgage on his home for 23 years will finally be evicted after a judge ruled he is not covered by COVID protections.  Guramrit Hanspal, 52, who has been living in his three-bedroom, two-and-a-half bath East Meadow home for free for over 20 years is facing eviction after Nassau County Housing Court Judge William Hohauser ruled that he does not qualify for COVID protections because he is an illegal squatter and not a renter.  Three different owners have tried to kick the 52-year-old from the home since he was foreclosed upon by Washington Mutual in 2000. But Hanspal he has managed to avoid eviction numerous times by drowning each of the three owners in legal actions and perverting the courts' rules to his favor.  Guramrit Hanspal, 52, (pictured) who has been living in his home for free for over 20 years is facing eviction Three different owners have tried to kick Hanspal from the three-bedroom, two-and-a-half bath East Meadow home (pictured) since he was foreclosed upon in 2000 RELATED ARTICLES...
    Halsey has revealed that they missed the Met Gala on Monday night because they are still breastfeeding their seven-week-old baby and were worried about being left in 'insane pain' while being unable to pump during the hours-long event. The 26-year-old singer, who gave birth to their first child, Ender Ridley, with boyfriend Alev Aydin in July, had attended the A-list fashion event in 2016 and 2019. But being out for such a long day would have been too difficult while Halsey is still nursing, so the star decided to stay home and pump in peace. 'I’m still breastfeeding
    Six Long Island residents died from cocaine overdoses that were laced with fentanyl, the latest casualties of the the synthetic opioid similar to morphine and 50 times more potent than heroin.  The victims, who ranged in age from 25 to 40, died between August 11 and August 13 and were from towns on the North Fork in Suffolk County.  They were: Fausto Rafael Herrera Campos, 25, and Navid Ahmadzadeh, 30, of Southold; Seth Tramontana, 27, and Nicole Elizabeth Eckardt, 34, of Greenport Village; and Matthew Lapiana, 32, and Swainson Brown, 40. Police arrested Lavain Creighton, 51, and Justin Smith, 46, a few days after the overdoses. Creighton was charged with several counts of criminal sale of a controlled substance, while Smith was charged with possessing drugs and drug paraphernalia.  Nicole Elizabeth Eckardt, 34, of Greenport Village, was among six Long Island residents who died from a cocaine overdoes that was laced with fentanyl  Seth Tramontana (left), 27, and Swainson Brown, 40, were two of six individuals to die from fentanyl-related overdoses  Southold locals, Fausto Rafael Herrera...
    Dani carvajal, defense of Real Madrid, recognized that the arrival of the French striker Kylian Mbappé He would be a great reinforcement “because he is a great player” and he opened the doors of the team for him. “I think that, as the coach said, everything that reinforces the squad is good. Let’s see if these last days of the market can reinforce us because he is a great player, ”he said on Movistar +. Carvajal saw the light marking the winning goal in his first start, after a season marked by injuries, the worst in his career at Real Madrid. “After a long, personally not very favorable period, the celebration unleashes that anger and the shadow work that one does in the shadow for a long time to come back and be well. I dedicate it to my wife and daughter who have been there and I hope this moment lasts a long time, “he said. Dani Carvajal off the volley ???????? pic.twitter.com/ZYOTgcehlQ – ESPN FC (@ESPNFC) August 28, 2021 The Madrid side analyzed the problems that the...
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