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    SINCE Kylie Jenner is a fashion mogul who's recognized for luxury and wealth, most people would assume that her swimsuit line might match that standard. The truth of the matter is that most shoppers have been totally disappointed with their purchases from Kylie Swim – and no one is sugarcoating their opinions on social media. 5Mar Hacks models three swimsuits she bought from Kylie Swim in a TikTok videoCredit: TikTok/mar.hacks 5Mar says one of the bikinis exposes so much skin that you'll need a wax before wearing itCredit: TikTok/mar.hacks TikToker and fashion influencer Mar Hacks posted a video trying on three different swimsuits from Kylie's highly talked-about swimwear line. She starts her video by saying: “I bought Kylie Swim so you don’t have to!" She uses a camera to pan over three different bikinis that are still inside their original packaging. Mar says: “The first thing that caught my eye was the quality… or well, lack of quality. Read More About Kylie Swimdare to bare I tried on a Kylie Swim bikini & it did NOT go well - it...
    A MUM has divided the internet after revealing the strange technique she uses to get rid of her baby son's boogies. Whitney Leavitt, a mum-of-two from the US, shared the bizarre trick on TikTok, where it has gone viral with over one million views. 2Whitney Leavitt shocked users with her unconventional methodCredit: Tiktok/@whitleavitt The mum had been using the technique for some time and didn't think it was gross until she tried it in public. She said: "So this is how I get Liam's boogies out, I did this in front of my friends and family, not thinking anything of it. "They were literally dry heaving." Whitney then showed her divisive technique, and brace yourself it isn't for the faint hearted. READ MORE PARENTING STORIESMUM'S THE WORD I'm a parenting expert and these four tips will help your kids STOP whiningCHALK ABOUT IT Mum shows hack for keeping kids busy for hours outside & you just need chalk she takes her son and lies him down and then puts her mouth over his nose. She then , literally,...
    TAKING OFF gel nails can be a massive pain. To remove gel nails at home, the most effective method is to soak them in acetone. 2Mathilde Barker revealed that her nails got infected after she tried to remove her gel nail polish at homeCredit: TikTok/@mathildebarker However, when Mathilde Barker attempted to remove her gel nails, things didn’t go to plan. Mathilde explained that after attempting to remove her gel nails, she realised that her nails were infected. Mathilde was worried about her nails so rang 111 and was advised to go to A&E. Explaining what happened, Mathilde took to TikTok. Read more beauty failsPOUT OFF I paid £570 for a ‘lip flip’ but people keep telling me I look like Homer SimpsonFOX EYE HORROR I got Fox Eye surgery & it’s my biggest regret - I look like I have horns She said: “It’s currently 2:10am and I’m outside the hospital waiting for an Uber. “I’ve been in A&E for six hours and they did nothing. “Basically I did my gel nails and I took them off last night and...
    A former New York official is speaking out, accusing the Biden administration of "breaking the law" after bombshell footage was released depicting overnight flights releasing migrants into the Empire State.  LEAKED VIDEO SHOWS FEDERAL CONTRACTORS FLYING MIGRANTS TO SUBURBAN NY: ‘BETRAYING THE AMERICAN PEOPLE’ Former Westchester County Executive Rob Astorino, who obtained the video through a Freedom of Information Act request, joined "America's Newsroom" to discuss the footage that is garnering national attention.  "These people are being relocated to places like Westchester, Long Island, suburbs and other states, and nobody is informed," Astorino stated. "The communities that are affected, and we're paying the bill on this. The taxpayers, nobody is informed. The federal government literally is breaking the law." The video, which is 51 minutes long, showed federal contractors flying migrants into a Westchester airport back in August.  MIGRANT ENCOUNTERS INCREASED AGAIN AT THE SOUTHERN BORDER IN DECEMBER: COURT DOCS Video"This is about a broken immigration system, a federal government that is completely off the rails and out of control and lying to us, not giving us the most...
    Imagine soberly telling constituents that you've “never really felt it was society's responsibility to take care of other people's children.” The adage that it takes a village to raise a child apparently does not fit into Wisconsin Sen. Ron Johnson’s worldview. Asked about his repeated refusal to provide even the slightest bit of relief to struggling families, Johnson verbatim said that he’s “never really felt it was society's responsibility to take care of other people's children.” Johnson, who is considered one of the richest senators in the country with a net worth of $39 million, probably never had to worry about adequate child care for his children, and certainly not his grandchildren. In Johnson’s eyes, that’s on his grandkids’ parents. And they all benefitted from fortune and privilege so that even a tax credit like the one found in the American Rescue Plan doesn’t register for him as being helpful. Johnson’s views also align with quite a few drunk conservatives I’ve had the opportunity to talk with at bars across New Orleans. In fact, in discussing having children last night,...
    Not figuratively singing. Actually singing. "Big economic relief for millions of Americans who have been dealing with soaring energy prices," Lemon giddily announced. "The cost at the pump finally easing up." The average price of a gallon of gas had dropped to $3.35, down a whopping four pennies from the week before, the CNN host said, citing AAA's figures. As a graphic highlighting that not-so-significant drop in prices ran on the screen, Lemon told his audience, "Just look at that!" and then offered an angelic choir-styled "Aaaaaah!" After genuflecting, Lemon then introduced his totally unbiased guest, Barack Obama's chairman of the Council of Economic Advisers, Austan Goolsbee, to discuss the gloriousness of the petrol prices. "Austan!" Lemon shouted while clapping into his mic, adding, "Can we just celebrate there's some good news, just for a minute? I'll take it where I can get it." But what Lemon didn't bother to point out is that, though AAA did report that gas was $3.35 per gallon as...
    CNN Host Don Lemon touted the small decrease in gas prices as a “big economic relief” during his Tuesday night show. Lemon clapped and sang on-air over the slight decrease in gas prices to an average of $3.35 per gallon, according to a video on Twitter. State-run media: CNN’s Don Lemon does the White House’s bidding by praising the price of gas falling just 5 cents. This is what the Biden administration wanted when they brought in media outlets to tell them how to spin the numbers. pic.twitter.com/q5aTak5rfx — Nicholas Fondacaro (@NickFondacaro) December 8, 2021 “A big economic relief for millions of Americans who have been dealing with soaring energy prices. Costs at the pump, finally easing up. The national average for a gallon of regular falling to $3.35. The lowest since October. Just look at that. Ahhhhh,” Lemon said on his show. Shows across the network praised the recent dip in gas prices, characterizing it as “critical relief for household budgets” and “offering glimmers of hope for inflation-weary Americans,” Fox reported. The network previously praised Biden for declining...
    A man in England was shocked by the words he saw on a ketchup bottle at Pizza Hut. The popular pizza chain apparently has “Shake Squeeze And Squirt” on its ketchup bottles and that didn’t sit well with Adrian Shann in Hull, England, according to The Sun. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football) “It literally sounds like an app for swingers. I do not understand how someone could put that sentence together, it’s awful,” Shann explained. Just how much did this situation escalate? Pizza Hut apologized! Pizza Hut released the following apology about the ketchup bottle, according to the same report from The Sun: I can only apologise if you were caused any offence or upset on your recent visit to our Hut, please know it is not our intention to make any of our guests feel uncomfortable. The wording on our ketchup is not meant to cause offence and sorry if this was interpreted this way. This has been the labelling of all ketchup bottles in our restaurants for some time now, and I can...
    A WOMAN described the ‘worst date in history’, in which her date claimed that unattractive women don’t get sexually assaulted. The woman said she ‘literally ran in the rain’ to get away from her date - but he had the nerve to send her an angry message the next day.  2Kailly said she'd rather beat herself with her own dead limbs than see the man againCredit: @thekaillyjo/Tiktok 2When she told the story, commenters agreed her date was way out of lineCredit: @thekaillyjo/Tiktok Tiktok user Kailly shared her dating horror story with her followers, who all agreed the man in question was out of line. She first shared the text messages her suitor sent her after the terrible date. He wrote: “That was the worst best date I’ve ever had.” He also acknowledged that the date “went south” quickly. Kailly captioned the screenshots of the text conversation: “AFTER the worst date in history, this man thought it was a good idea to text me this. I gave it two days that had to respond.” She then described exactly why the date...
    Billie Eilish at her "Happier Than Ever" release party on July 29, 2021. Matt Winkelmeyer/Getty Images for Spotify Billie Eilish discussed body image and plastic surgery in a recent interview with The Guardian. She said she thinks it's "completely fine to get work done" as long the person is honest about it. But she said it makes her "furious" when stars "deny it and say, 'Oh, I got this all on my own.'" Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Billie Eilish called out fellow stars who get plastic surgery and "deny it" in a recent interview with The Guardian. The 19-year-old Grammy winner was asked to explain "OverHeated," the 10th track on her new album, "Happier Than Ever." In the song's bridge, Eilish addresses her body-shamers and says she won't "redesign" herself to fit an arbitrary ideal: "All these other inanimate b----es, it's none of my business / But don't you get sick of posin' for pictures / With that plastic body?" "'OverHeated' applies to all the people who promote unattainable body standards," she told The Guardian....
    EXPLAINER: What happens after foreclosure moratorium ends TV show Johnson takes glimpse into Black male perspective © Chris Trotman, Chris Trotman, Chris Trotman KAWAGOE, JAPAN - JULY 30: Rory McIlroy of Team Ireland lines up a putt on the fourth green during the second round of the Men's Individual Stroke Play on day seven of the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games at Kasumigaseki Country Club on July 30, 2021 in Kawagoe, Saitama, Japan. (Photo by Chris Trotman/Getty Images) After previously appearing to be indifferent about competing in the Tokyo Games, Rory McIlroy has caught the Olympic spirit. Following a Friday 66 to move into contention at Kasumigaseki Country Club, McIlroy said he's "already looking forward to Paris" in 2024. What a turn of events! RELATED: Why Rory McIlroy isn't wearing a hat at the Olympics Also, Rory, let's not get ahead of ourselves. Seamus Power just won a PGA Tour event and could be coming for your spot on Ireland's team. . . OK, so McIlroy is probably pretty safe in that regard. In any event, McIlroy's quote wasn't just...
    Joe Scarborough slammed House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy over his “childish” insults to Representatives Adam Kinzinger (R-IL) and Liz Cheney (R-WY) for their participation in the January 6th House Select Committee. Scarborough led Morning Joe’s Tuesday morning discussion on what the country can expect to hear when the committee holds its first hearing on the storming of the U.S. Capitol later in the day. As he condemned the lies and downplaying of the Capitol riot from the GOP, he also ripped “the stupidity of Kevin McCarthy and the Republican Party to be opposed to these law enforcement officers” who will testify about the violence they witnessed that day. I guess they’re saying they support law enforcement officers, they support cops, only when it fits their political agenda. But if it doesn’t fit their political agenda, then they say to police officers, literally, ‘go to Hell.’ They literally say to police officers ‘we don’t care what happened to you.’ They literally say to police officers brutalized and almost killed on that day, ‘we don’t want you to tell your story, because...
    The primary purpose of the House, Senate, and executive branch largely revolves around hiding or excusing criminal acts by prominent conservatives. In the news today: A new pandemic surge among unvaccinated Americans is again threatening to overwhelm regional health systems. A new report suggests that after Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh was accused of a pattern of sexual assaults, the resulting FBI investigation of the claims consisted of little to no actual investigation. Ever-ambitious Texas Gov. Greg Abbott follows through with his plan for “emergency” arrests of migrants in what Texas border counties deem to be a racist stunt and the ACLU believes to be flatly illegal. Here's some of what you may have missed: • 'Breakthrough' infections are not—that's not—driving the new surge in the United States • Pelosi likely to appoint Republicans to insurrection probe regardless of McCarthy's obstruction • Senate Democrats say FBI ignored tips in Brett Kavanaugh investigation • Biden betrays the Black activists who got him to the White House in filibuster stance • Texas begins arresting migrants under 'emergency' declaration rejected by Rio Grande Valley...
    ROCKY POINT, N.Y. (CBSNewYork) — A veteran Long Island custodian, on the job for 20 years, jumped in to save a teen who fainted after choking in the school cafeteria. As CBS2’s Jennifer McLogan reported Monday, there were anxious moments of silence followed applause and tears. READ MORE: Lodge Constructed In Honor Of Boy Scout Andrew McMorris, Killed In 2018 By Drunk Driver, Opens On Long Island “My friends said that I literally turned purple,” said 15-year-old Avery Ward, a student at Rocky Point High School. “And then I passed out. So I don’t really remember what happened.” After not breathing at all, Avery is breathing a sigh of relief thanks to the heroics of David Cook, the high school’s custodian. “The adrenaline took over. I don’t really remember much of it,” Cook said. “Afterwards, I started shaking.” It was lunchtime when the emergency alert went out. “We had a student that was choking and we all went running down to the cafeteria,” said Principal Jonathan Hart. “I was just sitting with my friends at lunch and we were all...
    CBS’s Late Show host Stephen Colbert concluded that there may come a day when the Democrat Party falls apart and Republicans no longer exist. Colbert said during a recent episode of the Spotify podcast Jemele Hill is Unbothered, the GOP “literally” doesn’t have a platform and its lone leader “literally incited an insurrection.” Host Jemele Hill asked Colbert where he believes Republicans will go from here, accusing them of “doubling down” on voter suppression and white supremacy. “Parties don’t last forever,” Colbert began, explaining that the Democrat Party may not last either. “The Democratic Party may not last. Nothing is guaranteed. I mean, the Democratic Party could go through its own fracturing. I mean, it’s a fragile coalition at all times and so that’s why, in some ways, it’s difficult for them to maintain power even though more people identify as Democrats. Because it’s not monolithic.” “I don’t know. There are no Whigs anymore,” Colbert continued. “Someday there may not be Republicans. [It] doesn’t mean there shouldn’t be Republicans, but you just can’t sustain a party if you literally don’t have a...
    Gila Bend, Arizona mayor, Chris Riggs, said Wednesday that he has declared a state of emergency in response to the Biden administration's border crisis, explaining that his town is not capable of handling the influx of migrants into the community.  BORDER PATROL IN RIO GRANDE VALLEY RELEASING ILLEGAL CROSSERS INTO US WITHOUT COURT DATE CHRIS RIGGS: "They either bring the [immigrants] by bus, by van or even by one of their fill trucks and they bring them to one of our community parks... We have asked for documentation repeatedly on who these people are, where they are from or if they do have a criminal history. They’ll sometimes check and say well they don’t have one in the United States. That is not really what I’m concerned about, I’m more concerned about their country of origin... [The federal government] has offered us no help and last night I literally had to declare a state of emergency. I did it through my council so it was very obvious that I wasn’t trying to be political about it. That this is beyond...
    New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio torched scandal-plagued Governor Andrew Cuomo on Sunday and said his refusal to step down is hurting the state’s effort to deal with the coronavirus pandemic. CBS’ Margaret Brennan asked the mayor — who has called on Cuomo to resign — if he thinks the governor would step down. “I think he’ll try to hold out, Margaret. I think he is used to getting things his way,” de Blasio said. “The folks in this state and the political leadership don’t believe him anymore. He doesn’t have any credibility.” He said Cuomo will likely be impeached but restated again Cuomo should resign because “he’s holding up our effort to fight covid.” “He’s literally in the way of us saving lives right now.” Brennan asked about the scandal over nursing home deaths and if he thinks the Cuomo administration tried to cover up the data. “I don’t have a doubt in my mind. Everything was about his public image,” de Blasio responded. You can watch above, via CBS. Have a tip we should know? [email protected]
    A PHOTOSHOP expert who takes requests VERY seriously has delighted fans with a fresh batch of edited snaps. James Fridman’s work often goes viral - and he has become an online celebrity thanks to his very realistic editing skills. 13James Fridman makes hilarious edits out of the requestsCredit: fjamie013 Members of the public submit photos they want tweaked to James - but instead of just giving them what they want, he interprets their requests in unique ways. Over the years his fan base has grown as people continually send their photoshop changes to him on social media, without ever quite knowing what they’ll get back. Requests to crop out items, add clothing or change heights has seen James chop off people’s heads, change everyone’s outfit to a pair of shorts or simply crop people out entirely. Despite the surprising results, people love James’ work and his Instagram account has over 2 million followers. He racks up some 150,000 likes on each of his edits. Lights out 13That's what happens if you take the light out of the room! Bring it closer...
    Google hasn’t updated many of its iOS apps in weeks, perhaps to avoid potential criticism from what might be revealed from Apple’s new mandatory App Store privacy labels. But now, some of Google’s own iOS apps seem to be complaining about the wait: we’re now seeing confusing notices inside Gmail, Google Maps and Google Photos saying that the apps are out of date — even though there aren’t newer versions of the apps available (via Techmeme editor Spencer Dailey). To see the notice, you have to be logging into your account — so if you’re already logged in, you might not see it. After you type in your email address, you might see this warning message: “You should update this app. The version you’re using doesn’t include the latest security features to keep you protected. Only continue if you understand the risks.” Google’s notice informing a News Brig staffer that their app is out of date. After you tap the continue button, you can use the app as normal — they still work. But...
    Oregon Capitol protestors shown on video entering building after legislator allegedly opened side door $1,000 a day fine for maskless lawmakers proposed by House Dems James Hardens frustrations with Houston boiling over: I literally have done everything that I can James Harden really, really wants out of Houston. The Rockets star, who had a tumultuous start to the season and has all but asked publicly sent elsewhere, sounds now like he is simply done with the organization.  Harden walked out of his interview with the media following their 117-100 loss to the Los Angeles Lakers on Tuesday night with a pretty clear message. “We’re just not good enough,” Harden said. “We don’t, obviously chemistry, talent-wise, just everything — and it was clear these last few games … I love this city. I literally have done everything that I can. “I mean, this situation is crazy. It’s something that I don’t think can be fixed.” Harden dropped 16 points and had seven rebounds and six assists in their 17-point loss at the Toyota Center on Tuesday, which marked their second-straight...
    Paula Jai Parker and Taraji P. Henson once put their heads together — literally — to help a woman avoid a suitor they thought was bad news. “Taraji and I actually bumped heads warning this one chick like, literally, on the dance floor,” Parker said of a night out in Los Angeles. “We were literally telling her, ‘Don’t dance with that man right there! Don’t do it!’ ” But during the dance-floor intervention, “we turned around and bumped heads and we were a little dizzy.” Henson advised Parker after the collision, “ ‘Don’t act dizzy, don’t act dizzy!’ We were like, ‘Stay cool, stay cool.’ We hoped nobody saw us.” She said of the incident: “Let’s put our heads together . . . We warned that girl … She kept dancing for a minute with him, but then she stopped. So I think she heard us … It worked out very well for her now.” Parker — who’s had roles in the films “Friday,” “Hustle & Flow” and “Phone Booth” — is now starring in the TV series “Family Time” on Bounce.
    Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said she’s “literally sick to” her stomach over President Trump potentially winning reelection. "I can't entertain the idea of him winning, so let's just preface it by that," Clinton told journalist Kara Swisher on her podcast released Monday. "Well, because it makes me literally sick to my stomach to think that we'd have four more years of this abuse and destruction of our institutions, and damaging of our norms and our values, and lessening of our leadership, and the list goes on." Swisher also asked if Clinton is worried Trump would pursue her legally if he wins a second term. "There’s no doubt that he would do everything he could to attack and punish anyone who was, in his view, an adversary," Clinton said. "And he would be aided and abetted, sadly, by both elected and appointed officials." "So of course, one of the most important accomplishments that I hope we see in this election is a Democratic Senate, where that would be the check that we would need against further abuse of...
    HILLARY Clinton has said the prospect of a Donald Trump win in the presidential election makes her “sick to the stomach”. The former Secretary of State who lost to Trump in 2016 was speaking to Kara Swisher for her New York Times Opinion podcast. ⚠️ Follow our US election 2020 live blog for the latest news & updates 2Clinton and Trump during a televised presidential election debate in 2016Credit: Reuters The 72-year-old was branded “crooked Hillary” by Trump during the 2016 election subjected to chants of “lock her up” at campaign rallies. Clinton said she "can't entertain the idea of him winning” again in 2020 after what she recently called the “emotional gut punch” of her defeat. “Well, because it makes me literally sick to my stomach to think that we’d have four more years of this abuse and destruction of our institutions, and damaging of our norms and our values, and lessening of our leadership, and the list goes on,” she told the podcast. “I don’t think he has any boundaries at all, Kara. I don’t think he has any...
    During his October 6 press conference about COVID-19, Governor Jared Polis suggested that the best way to make sure rising hospitalization numbers don't get out of control is to redouble safety protocols as we head into colder weather and the holiday season. But that's not happening, judging from visits to numerous Denver area stores over recent weeks: Many of the procedures put in place months ago to combat the spread of the novel coronavirus have fallen by the wayside. For instance, an overwhelming majority of retail outlets appear to have stopped tracking the number of people in the store at a given time. Likewise, sanitizing shopping carts, cash registers, conveyor belts, credit-card touch pads and the like is happening with much less frequency. And mask use among employees, while infinitely better than it was during the early days of the pandemic, has literally started to slip.Related Stories Polis Rips Trump as Terrible COVID-19 Example Jared Polis's Mom on Trump Racism and New Hate Groups Film Previewing Colorado's New COVID-19 Notification Phone App We've sighted the slippage in such major retailers...
    CNN host Don Lemon is attempting to backtrack from controversial comments he made on Monday in light of President Donald Trump having the opportunity to confirm his third Supreme Court justice. What did Lemon say Monday?Speaking with fellow CNN host Chris Cuomo, who said both Republicans and Democrats are being "hypocritical" in comparison to their 2016 position on Supreme Court vacancies during an election year, Lemon advocated dismantling the American electoral system. "We're going to have to blow up the entire system," Lemon said. Specifically, Lemon said the Electoral College should be abolished — which would require a constitutional amendment — and Democrats should pack the Supreme Court with ideologically liberal judges. "You're going to have to get rid of the Electoral College, because the people — because the minority in this country decides who the judges are and they decide who the president is. Is that — is that fair?" Lemon said. "If Democrats, if Joe Biden wins, Democrats can stack the courts and they can do that amendment and they can get it passed." UNHINGED: CNN’s Don...
    NEW YORK, N.Y. (CBSNewYork) — Tragedy struck an immigrant family in the Bronx. Two vehicles carrying loved ones were struck by a truck upstate. A mother and two her children are dead. Four other members are injured. As CBS2’s Tony Aiello reports, inside their Bronx home there are a collection of white frame photos on the wall. The wealth of pictures speak of a family built around love. It’s a family now shattered by the deaths of Zulika Gayapersad, her daughter Chelsea and son Justin. “We’re literally shaken to the core, can’t function, can’t move,” Zulika’s son Aamir Jagdeo told Aiello. “So much stuff to do, we can’t bring ourselves to do it. Unreal, absolutely unreal.” Chelsea and Zulika Gayapersad (credit: Family handout) The tight-knit family has roots in Trinidad and Guyana. The victims were killed Sunday night when the car they were riding in was rear ended by a fast moving tractor trailer near the Kingston exit on the New York State Thruway. Relatives in a second vehicle were injured. They were returning from a weekend upstate with family....
    Not enough teachers to reopen: School districts expect booming demand for substitutes Latest: Florida ICUs near capacity as deaths spike Ricky Gervais Says if The Office Aired Now It Would Suffer Because People Take Things Literally © TheWrap The Office UK Ricky Gervais Ricky Gervais says that if "The Office" were made today, the British comedy would "suffer" from more criticism than it did when the show premiered almost 20 years ago, due to the rise of online "outrage mobs who take things out of context." "I think now it would suffer because people take things literally," Gervais, who created and starred on the BBC mockumentary, as David Brent, an office manager who is incredibly politically incorrect, told Times Radio Thursday. "There's these outrage mobs who take things out of context. This was a show about everything. It was about difference, it was about sex, race, all the things that people fear to even be discussed or talked about now in case they say the wrong thing and they're 'canceled,'" Gervais added. "And the BBC have gotten more and...
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