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    YOUTUBE is testing a new feature that would change the way you use the app - but there's a catch. The platform is trying out a new option to let viewers zoom into any part of a YouTube video on their smartphones. 1YouTube is testing out a new feature where viewers can zoom into any part of the videoCredit: Getty On their experimental features page, YouTube has explained how to use the new option. All you need to do is pinch the screen with two fingers to zoom in and out. However, this can only be done while in full screen mode. This feature is different from just pinching the screen to expand the whole video, so that it fits your screen, which is already available. Read more on YouTube PremiumSCREEN SAVER You can get FREE YouTube Premium for three months removing all adsSPEAK EASY YouTube Premium subscribers can claim FREE Google Nest Mini smart speaker Now, viewers can zoom into a specific part of a video to get a closer look. Here's the catch - it's only available to...
    Products featured in this Mail Best article are independently selected by our shopping writers. If you make a purchase using links on this page, DailyMail.com may earn an affiliate commission. Normally a dress that receives lots of compliments comes at a great expense, but thousands of Amazon shoppers are saying the ECOWISH spaghetti strap swing skater dress gets positive attention with each wear and it’s just $39.99 in some colors. With a strapless back and a floaty skater skirt and made from lightweight, breathable material, this has all the detail usually reserved for designer outfits for a fraction of the price. ECOWISH Spaghetti Strap Lace Swing Skater Dress A white dress is a summer essential and the ECOWISH dress will take you from day to night in style. It securely supports your bust, slims the waist and feels light and breezy thanks to the full skirt. A lace trim and embellishment on the bust plus a ruffled hem make it look more expensive than it is. White makes any tan pop but there are 26 color and print options. ...
    A South Dakota Attorney General will not be impeached after he killed a man in a hit-and-run after officials said there not sufficient grounds to remove him from office.  Jason Ravnsborg, 45, was not impeached on Monday, a year and a half after killing Joseph Boever, 55, on September 12, 2020 in a hit-and-run while Boever was walking along a highway near the small city of Highmore. He told 911 dispatchers that he thought he hit a deer and only found out it was a man after returning to the scene the next morning. On Monday, a special investigative committee of the South Dakota House of Representatives held a closed-door meeting to discuss whether or not to impeach Ravnsborg, which would have been the first impeachment trial in the state’s history. The committee returned saying it did not have sufficient grounds to remove him from post, with six out of the eight members voting against impeachment.  'The Select Committee finds under a clear and convincing standard that Attorney General Ravnsborg did not commit misdemeanor in office, as he committed no crime or other...
    On Thursday, SpaceX founder Elon Musk provided an update on the Starship project currently under construction at a site near Brownsville, Texas. How much this matters to you likely depends on your interest in space, technology in general, and in just where you place Musk on the scale of All-Time Worst Asshats. That asshat rating has been informed by the recent news out of Musk’s other company, Tesla, where he apparently allowed (or even promoted) a racist culture that reached absolutely horrific levels. As Rebekah Sagar reported on Friday, “thousands of Black workers at Tesla’s Fremont factory were segregated into the most physically demanding positions and forced into the lowest-level contract roles.” Not only were Black workers denied promotion and held back from management positions, they were subject to the kind of abuse and racist statements that should seem unthinkable in this century. Or any. Musk, who grew up in South Africa, “requires workers directly hired to sign arbitration agreements in order to keep complaints secret and without an ability to appeal.” Even that is just one aspect of a...
    Legend has it a humanoid creature covered in fur inhabits the forested areas along the west coast of the northern US and although stories of this mythical monster have been told since the 1800s, no one has been able to prove its existence. The closest and most compelling evidence of Bigfoot was captured in 1967, when Bob Gimlin and Roger Patterson shot footage of a furry figure walking through Bluff Creek in Northern California. The grainy, one-minute clip has sparked many investigations into its authenticity and DailyMail.com received an early look of the History Channel’s ‘The Proof is Out There’ that dissects the famous film with the hopes of solving the mystery – was the figure someone in a suit or really Bigfoot? ‘The Proof is Out There’ episode about Bigfoot will run tonight at 10pm ET. The show has brought on a team of experts to use the latest and greatest technology for this mission, including artificial intelligence and computer vision algorithms. ‘We are trying to figure out the origins of man, the big bang, evolution and if God...
    A suspect accused of using a stolen gun to engage in a brief New York City gun fight that wounded two NYPD police officers last weem was charged Saturday. Charlie Vasquez, 23, was arrested within the confines of the 48th Precinct, a New York Police Department spokeswoman confirmed to Fox News Digital. He is charged with two counts each of attempted murder, assault, criminal use of a firearm, criminal possession of a weapon: loaded firearm, reckless endangerment, and menacing, following an incident that was caught on video. Police described him as a "career criminal." ‘CAREER CRIMINAL' OPENS FIRE ON 2 NEW YORK CITY POLICE OFFICERS: SEE THE VIDEO Vasquez was wounded in the shootout that he allegedly initiated last Wednesday and had undergone surgery.  Officers Alejandra Jacobs and Robert Holmes were both wounded but are expected to make a full recovery, police said. Jacobs, a military veteran and U.S. Air Force Reserves member who had been with the NYPD for one year, was shot twice in the right arm and released from St. Barnabas Hospital on Thursday – greeted by...
    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\%...
    Sir Michael Caine has confirmed he is not stepping away from the Hollywood mainstream after prompting retirement rumours during a recent interview. The veteran star, now 88, was appearing on BBC Radio 5 to promote his latest movie Best Sellers when he bemoaned the lack of opportunities for older actors.  He referred to the film as 'my last part, really,' noting that he has limited mobility and adding: 'There's not exactly scripts pouring in for a leading man that's 88, you know?' He has since clarified that he will not be walking away from the acting world in a tongue-in-cheek post shared with followers on Saturday.  Using his iconic catchphrase, the British star wrote: 'I'm not retiring, and not a lot of people know that!' Still here: Sir Michael Caine has confirmed he is not stepping away from the Hollywood mainstream after prompting retirement rumours during a recent interview During his recent interview Sir Michael, who began acting in 1953 when he took a job at a repertory company in West Sussex, said that 'I haven't worked for two years and...
    So much depends on respectable white people. Those are white people who care about appearing respectable to other white people, who themselves care about appearing respectable to other white people. They are the great globular middle of American politics that determines electoral outcomes in this country. For the longest time, they sided with the Republican Party on account of tax cuts and other goodies. My hope is that, for the foreseeable future, they will side with the Democrats on account of tax cuts and other goodies being a banner for hiding the fact that sadism is the GOP's point. Sadism isn't only about sex, though it can be, obviously. When I say "sadism," I mean the pleasure derived from seeing other people suffer. The Republicans have no policy goals. Their only goal is creating legal and political conditions in which the in-group is protected while the out-group is punished. But it doesn't end with punishment. It can't. When the out-group gains power, the in-group feels powerless. When the in-group feels powerless, the in-group feels oppressed. When the in-group feels...
    Ted Cruz shot back at Jen Psaki after she mockingly called him a 'world-renowned business, travel and health expert,' and claimed to have been told by a 'senior source in aviation' that a recent onslaught of flight cancelations were the result of vaccine mandates.  Asked in a daily briefing about those who say that vaccine mandates have put a dent in the US workforce, the press secretary replied: 'I know world-renowned business, travel, and health expert Senator Ted Cruz has made that point, but I wouldn't say that is widely acknowledged or echoed by business leaders ... by health experts ...'  'So now Biden WH is launching snarky insults from the WH press room.,' the Texas Republican wrote on Twitter.  'Ok, Jen, I just spoke with a very credible & senior source in aviation who told me the following - a few days ago, there was a “sick out” of air traffic controllers in Jacksonville over vaccine mandates.'   'As a result, out of 33 air traffic controllers ONLY THREE showed up to work- That resulted in cascading flight cancellations. True...
    The public does not know the full story about the Capitol riot, according to a top confidant of former President Donald Trump. Mark Meadows, former White House chief of staff when a throng of Trump supporters stormed their way into the U.S. Capitol complex on Jan. 6, made the comment responding to a new report about the presence of an FBI informant in the crowd. "I can tell you that there is a whole lot that needs to come out," he told Newsmax host Steve Cortes on Tuesday. Meadows declined to get into more specifics, acknowledging he has been subpoenaed , along with three other Trump administration aides, by the select House committee investigating the Capitol siege. CLICK HERE TO READ MORE FROM THE WASHINGTON EXAMINER The New York Times reported over the weekend that an informant embedded with the far-right Proud Boys texted an FBI handler during the Capitol riot, suggesting federal law enforcement had greater visibility into the assault on the complex than previously known. Meadows said there was no conspiracy behind the Capitol riot, claiming...
    But RuPaul didn't make that clear to Emmys watchers. Indeed, Deadline reported that the host "dedicated his [Emmy] win to the LGBTQ community and queer youth." In addition — and this should come as no surprise — minors do watch "RuPaul's Drag Race." "I wasn't myself at all. Nobody was gay, and I was an easy target for bullies. I felt abnormal," Brandon Austin told Insider earlier this year in regard to his high school struggles. "Then, at 16, my best friend introduced me to 'RuPaul's Drag Race.'" Insider's piece — titled "By championing self-expression, 'RuPaul's Drag Race' has encouraged a generation of young LGBTQ+ fans to come out" — also said that the TV show has been a fixture in the lives of Gen-Z watchers and "has been integral to their being out and proud about their identities." Austin added to the outlet that "seeing people being accepted for who they are made me realize that I am normal." And RuPaul is no stranger to interacting with underage...
    A group of senior U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) officials - including two who announced they will soon resign - have authored a report disagreeing with the White House's plan to roll out COVID-19 vaccine boosters next week. In a report published in in The Lancet on Monday, the 18 officials write that there is no evidence supporting the need for boosters because fully vaccinated people still have high levels of protection against hospitalization or death. Instead, they say, vaccine doses should be donated to areas with lower vaccination rates to prevent the emergence of more COVID-19 variants. Although the administration is ready to roll out boosters starting September 20, President Joe Biden said last week that any decisions - including when to authorize boosters and who should receive them - will be left up to the FDA and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).  The group of FDA authors of the new report include Dr Marion Gruber and Dr Philip Krause, who plan to step down in the coming months due to disagreements over the rollout of...
    The Americans for Public Trust’s Executive Director wonders what other government agencies could be influencing scientific guidance regarding the pandemic after she discovered two instances where teachers unions were working with the Biden administration to influence the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s policies related to school reopening and masks guidelines. Emails show what a group of Senate Republicans described in a letter as a close “partnership” with the American Federation of Teachers (AFT) and a collaboration with the National Educational Association (NEA) when drafting the CDC’s school reopening guidance in May, according to emails obtained by Americans for Public Trust (APT) through Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) requests. “What people are doing publicly might be different than what they’re doing privately and that’s why we really rely on the use of FOIAs,” Caitlin Sutherland, executive director of APT, told the Daily Caller News Foundation. “We just always request those records and that way we can see what’s going on behind the scenes as it relates to public policy on COVID.” https://t.co/laY32IeQAn — Americans for Public Trust (@apublictrust) September 9,...
    The profile, published by the Los Angeles Magazine on Wednesday, delves into Yashar Ali's troubled past relationships with high profile figures and celebrities. He is pictured above in his Twitter profile image Journalist and Twitter 'power broker' Yashar Ali has been accused of owing $179,000 to a Getty heiress and was once evicted from Kathy Griffin's home, according to a lengthy new profile that details his 'checkered history' and rise to fame.   The profile, published by the Los Angeles Magazine on Wednesday, delves into Ali's troubled past relationships with high profile figures and celebrities.  It also likens the popular social media personality to the 'Talented Mr Ripley' and includes claims that Ali is a 'grifter' who can be 'vengeful and very vindictive'. The 41-year-old is well-connected and has roughly 800,000 followers on Twitter. He tweets an average of 60 times per day.  Ali, who was born and raised in Chicago, started out as a Hollywood production assistant before becoming a political operative and adviser to now-California Gov. Gavin Newsom.  Ali has made a name for himself in the last five years as...
    Former Bachelor winner Cassie Randolph has broken her silence on her ex Colton Underwood, a week after he came out as gay on Good Morning America and publicly apologized to her for his behavior after they broke up. The former couple met on the reality show in 2018 and continued dating until April of 2020, but things took a tumultuous turn when Colton, 29, allegedly began 'stalking and harassing' Cassie, 25, sending unrelenting messages to both Cassie and her friends and family, and even placing a GPS tracker on her car — all of which led her to request a restraining order against him in September. Then, on April 14, Colton revealed that he is gay on GMA and spoke candidly about his struggles to come to terms with it, saying that he is 'sorry for how things ended' with Cassie' and that he 'made a lot of bad choices.' Now Cassie has briefly addressed Colton's interview in a new video on her YouTube channel, thanking her fans for being supportive but admitting she is now focusing on moving forward. Speaking:...
    The secretary general of Podemos and candidate for Presidency of the Community of Madrid, Pablo Iglesias, has accused this Wednesday Vox Yet the regional president, Isabel Díaz Ayuso, from send you her “puppies” and he has assured that in the capital “there is no place” for some “neo-Nazi scoundrels” who want to “try” to end democracy. Iglesias has expressed himself this way in an interview on Cadena SER, collected by Europa Press, after a group of four people with neo-Nazi aesthetics rebuked him this Tuesday, prompting the leader of the purple formation to confront them for a few moments. “What I did has no merit. Merit has to go out to stand up to them and throw the neighbors out of there after they had raided a neighborhood premises. That cannot be allowed, what I did is what any leader has to do if the Nazis come out with the Roman salute “, Iglesias has justified. Along these lines, the former vice president of the Government has defended his actions against some “thugs who beat up workers that come from...
    The president of the Community of Madrid, Isabel Díaz Ayuso, has once again asked the Prime Minister, Pedro Sánchez, to put the second vice president, Pablo Iglesias, “out of the institutions” because he is a “danger” for coexistence and because when there is a “revolutionary terrorist” movement there are always “the surnames of Podemos behind it.” “That is not Spain,” he blurted out. For Ayuso, Iglesias cannot “stay another minute in the Government of Spain” because he “puts in question the Spanish democracy“And because it jells and encourages the violent people who” loot and only cause evil. “” He must leave the government as soon as possible, “he said in statements to the media, after visiting Humanes de Madrid. The regional leader has transferred her deepest condemnation and rejection to the altercations that are taking place in Barcelona as well as their support for the Mossos d’Esquadra and all the people of Barcelona because “it is very hard” for them to see their city that way. The head of the regional executive has also transferred all her support to...
    A quarter of all known stars in the universe are thought to host a 'perfect planet' — one the same size and temperature as Earth. There are approximately a 'zetta' of them ... that's a trillion billions — a one with 21 zeroes after it. So it is presumptuous for us to assume we are the only intelligent beings in this vast cosmos. In fact, to imagine we humans are alone in space is not merely arrogant, it is scientific nonsense. On October 19, 2017, a telescope in Maui, Hawaii's second-largest island, glimpsed the first known interstellar visitor. Without question, this object came from a distant solar system. Was this a natural phenomenon, or one engineered by an intelligent life-form? The simplest explanation is the latter: that it was created by an intelligent civilisation not of this Earth. Earth cannot possibly be the only planet that supports life. Even in our own galaxy, the Milky Way, about a quarter of the 200 billion stars are orbited by planets with the right conditions for liquid water and, thus, the chemistry of...
    The PP advances in the campaign by turning a deaf ear to the polls and focusing its criticism on Illa on the one hand and the independence movement on the other. The secretary general, Teodoro García Egea, in a ceremony in Tarragona did not speak of the latest news about Bárcenas and focused on defending the PP program for Catalonia with “tax cuts”. He thanked the work of the party at the regional level and warned of the latest government decisions, such as those relating to squatting. The PP will go “to court.” For his part, candidate Alejandro Fernández defended the project. “Our party was able to manage the two worst crises in our history, until this has arrived, and do it brilliantly, overcome them and come out more reinforced. In that case it did come out stronger, with governments of the Popular Party, “he said, before adding that he wants to” regain political stability in Catalonia and the prestige of its institutions, because if that fails, coexistence, the economy and absolutely all”. He also focused on the central government...
    The volunteers of the initiative called ‘SOS 4X4 ‘, who offered to transport the sick and the medical in their off-road vehicles, deny that they have suffered vandalism due to their activity during the storm as published by various media. A volunteer from ‘SOS 4X4’ has assured 20 minutes that it was a “mistake” and that they rectify the information they gave yesterday about “alleged attacks.” “It seems that it’s only been three or four robberies that they have nothing to do with vandalism, far from it, “he said. Anyway, they explain that this is not the reason they are retiring from the streets. “Our role is already done. Madrid is recovering normality little by little and it is no longer necessary to be on the streets,” the volunteer stressed. “It has nothing to do with it”, they clarify from SOS 4×4 and point out that what has happened to their volunteers is “bad luck” that they have been robbed, just as it could “have happened to other” drivers. On the other hand, they have asked...
    (CNN)Things are going to drag on in the Senate for a few days.Bottom line: There is absolutely no sign right now that a standalone bill on $2,000 checks is going to get a vote on the Senate floor. It looks like McConnell is simply going to run out the clock. There were several opportunities on Tuesday when McConnell could have made that assurance or let Democrats pass the bill with a unanimous consent agreement that would have shielded his members from having to take a potentially tough vote.McConnell blocked those efforts.Instead, he gave himself an out card down the line -- and only if he needs one -- by placing on the calendar a bill that would tie a repeal of Section 230 to increasing direct stimulus payments to $2,000 for Americans under a certain income level. The Kentucky Republican may never bring it up. It's there just in case he needs to put something on the floor. Democrats were furious. And there's nothing they can do about it.McConnell vs. Trump Read MoreIt's important to remember that McConnell is essentially...
    The Best Personalized Christmas Stockings You Can Fully Customize For You or Even Your Pet Danny Garcia has been here before ... many times Seahorse thought The Masked Singer might be too out there for her: That show is crazy Warning: This article contains spoilers about Wednesday's episode of The Masked Singer. © Provided by Entertainment Weekly Michael Becker/FOX In one of the more shocking eliminations in the show's history, The Masked Singer said giddy up to the Seahorse before the finals. $100 Bonus Offer for Todays Best Checking Account Get Started Ad MSN Money The sequined fish with powerful and versatile vocals was revealed to be two-time Grammy winner Tori Kelly. Ahead, the gospel artist and former American Idol semi-finalist reveals what she would have sung in the Masked Singer finale, why she was initially hesitant to do the show, and she gives EW the lowdown on her new Christmas album. ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY: Why did you say yes to doing The Masked Singer? TORI KELLY: So they asked me to do it, and I'm gonna be honest, at first...
    President Donald Trump continued with claims of election fraud on Saturday morning as he alleged 'big voter fraud information' had been discovered in Georgia.  'Big voter fraud information coming out concerning Georgia. Stay tuned!' Trump tweeted.  Biden was declared the winner in Georgia after a hand recount this week.  'I believe that the numbers that we have presented today are correct. The numbers reflect the will of the people,' Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger, a Republican, said on Friday of the result.   President Donald Trump continued with claims of election fraud on Saturday morning as he alleged 'big voter fraud information' had been discovered in Georgia 'Big voter fraud information coming out concerning Georgia,' Trump claimed on Twitter The hand count showed Biden won by more than 12,000 votes out of about 5 million cast, according to data released by Raffensperger's office Thursday. 'Working as an engineer throughout my life, I live by the motto that numbers don't lie,' Raffensperger said during a news conference at the state Capitol.  The result gave Biden 306 electoral votes, a...
    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — We know we’re not likely to get coronavirus from a surface, but have you ever wondered, “Is there COVID on that?” CBS13 investigative reporter Julie Watts swabbed some high-touch surfaces to find out where COVID might be lingering and how surface tests might be useful. From gas pumps, grocery carts and self-checkout screens to public restroom locks and coffee shop and gym doors, CBS13 swabbed 16 high-touch surfaces to test for COVID. We used surface test kits provided by Enviral Tech, which is one of a growing number of COVID surface testing companies. CBS13 swabbed simply for the curiosity factor, but if you can’t catch COVID from a surface, how are the surface tests useful? “It is less expensive to test the environment,” said Enviral Tech CEO Dr. Shula Jaron Jaron explained that they primarily work with long-term care and senior living facilities where it can be costly to test every resident regularly. “Rather than testing 100 individuals that come into your facility, you’re testing just a couple of locations.“ READ ALSO: UC Davis Student Tests Positive...
    President Trump is defending his response to the COVID-19 pandemic, saying there is 'not much' he would do differently if he could go back in time.  The Commander-in-chief made the claim during a sit-down interview with Eric Bolling for America This Week on Tuesday, where he also hit out at Dr. Anthony Fauci for flip-flopping on mask wearing.     'Look, it's all over the world,' Trump stated of the coronavirus when Bolling asked whether he has regrets about how he handled the health crisis.  'You have a lot of great leaders, a lot of smart people - it's all over the world. It came out of China. China should've stopped it.' He continued: 'I did it very early. Biden was criticizing me. He said I was xenophobic when I put the ban on China. Nancy Pelosi said that too.' As of Wednesday morning, 8.27 million Americans have tested positive to COVID-19, and 220,992 citizens have died.   President Trump (left) hit out at Dr. Anthony Fauci for flip-flopping on mask wearing during an interview with Eric Bolling on Tuesday  ...
    Chris Watts is said to be in 'a dark place' following the release of a new Netflix documentary that details how he strangled his pregnant wife, Shanann, and smothered their two daughters, Bella and Celeste.  American Murder: The Family Next Door examines the lead-up to the horrific triple homicide, which took place in August 2018, and includes never-before-seen footage and text messages.  The documentary is currently the most-watched program on Netflix and has thrust the famous case back into the spotlight - much to Watts' disdain.   'Just knowing that the documentary is out there has sent Chris to some dark places,' a source told People magazine on Monday.  'He hates knowing that it's out there, but realizing that he will never see it.' Watts is currently serving three life sentences for the grisly murders, but he still appears to be interested in his public image.  The source - who spoke to Watts just last weekend - told People: 'He hates not knowing what people are seeing about his private communications.  'He wants to know what the documentary looks like and...
    Jared Kushner failed to debunk the racist conspiracy theory that Kamala Harris is ineligible to be vice president during Friday morning interview with CBS This Morning — claiming “it’s something that’s out there.” CBS’ Anthony Mason asked Kushner about the conspiracy theory and questioned why President Donald Trump promoted the clearly incorrect claim that Harris is not eligible to be vice president during his White House briefing on Wednesday. Trump said that he heard Harris did not meet the requirements during the briefing and noted that a qualified lawyer wrote the Newsweek article that first floated the theory. “I would have assumed the Democrats would have checked that out before she gets chosen to run for vice president,” Trump added. “But that’s a very serious — you’re saying that — they’re saying she doesn’t qualify because she wasn’t born in this country.” Mason asked Kushner if the Trump campaign accepts that Harris is qualified after playing the clip, which Kushner tried to avoid by claiming that the president was simply questioning the claim as opposed to promoting it. “Look, at the end of the day,...
    Rachael Ray's high-end kitchen survived the fire that ripped through her upstate New York home as she confirmed that she and her family are safe.  On Monday the celebrity chef tweeted, 'Thank you to our local first responders for being kind and gracious and saving what they could of our home. Grateful that my mom, my husband, my dog… we’re all okay. These are the days we all have to be grateful for what we have, not what we’ve lost.' She added that she lost her cell phone in the blaze and sent the tweet from a team member and could not respond to calls and texts wishing her well.   DailyMail.com has learned from fire chiefs that the house had no fire sprinklers that could have stopped the spread the raging inferno and the house inside New York State's Adirondack Park is in such a remote area that there were no fire hydrants for miles. But still the celebrity chef, her husband, mother and dog escaped from the fire without injury — and the kitchen where she has been filming her...
    Here is the question all Mets fans should be asking. Can we finish second? Sure, no fan base wants to chant, “We’re No. 2.” But remember that with expanded playoffs, eight clubs in each league make the playoffs and the top two in each division are guaranteed entry. So, like every team, the Mets want to finish first. But assuming MLB has a postseason — a huge assumption during a pandemic — second place will assure October games. And with the likelihood of no fans and perhaps even neutral sites, being the “road” team in a playoff series will be less detrimental than ever. Can the Mets finish as at least NL East silver medalists? The division is not made up of the 1927 Yankees or even the 2020 Yankees. Seeing your team’s flaws — Edwin Diaz’s inadequacy, Pete Alonso’s sophomore slump, Noah Syndergaard’s absence — is myopically familiar. So let’s deep dive into a flawed division in which the team in first place as of midweek was your … 1. MIami Marlins. Yep, after not playing for eight days...
    The sister of a California man murdered in 1998 said Saturday that she and her family were "stunned" by the news that her brother's killer would be released early due to COVID-19 concerns. In an interview on "Fox & Friends Weekend," Dena Love said her reaction to the news "continues to be one of complete and utter disbelief." SISTER OF MURDERED CALIFORNIA MAN RESPONDS TO CONVICTED KILLER'S EARLY RELEASE: 'ABSOLUTELY DEVASTATING' Over two decades have passed since Terebea Williams shot and left 23-year-old Kevin "John" Ruska Jr. for dead. Williams, now 44, was sentenced to 84 years-to-life in prison after she was convicted in 2001 of first-degree murder, use of a firearm, carjacking and kidnapping. "[It’s] unfathomable how she is being allowed to be released because there [are] threats to her health," Love said. "We’re stunned." FILE - In this Friday, May 22, 2020, file photo, California Gov. Gavin Newsom speaks during a news conference at the Veterans Home of California in Yountville, Calif. California says churches can resume in-person services but the congregations will be limited to less than 100 and worshippers should wear masks, avoid sharing prayer...
    Cincinnati Reds pitcher Trevor Bauer told "Bill Hemmer Reports" Monday that he excited for the abbreviated 2020 Major League Baseball season, despite the "awful" safety regulations imposed by the league. "I want to get out there and compete," Bauer said. "I think all of us really want to get out there and compete, provide entertainment for fans and do the thing that we love to do. We have all been missing it." MLB PLANS 60-GAME SLATE, SHORTEST SINCE 1878, AS UNION BALKS Each MLB club will play a 60-game regular season, with Opening Day set for July 23 or July 24. The clubs are required to submit a written COVID-19 action plan for league approval while players, umpires and other on-field personnel are being told to practice physical distancing as much as possible. In addition, spitting is prohibited in clubhouses, dugouts and on the field. "It sounds awful," Bauer said. "It is not what we are used to. You sit in the dugout next to people, eating sunflower seeds, chewing gum, giving high fives and all that stuff. We are going to have to be a lot more conscious this year. But," he...
    A doctor has urged women to be aware of symptoms of intimate health issues after  missed appointments during lockdown.  Leading Harley Street intimate health specialist Dr Shirin Lakhani, of Elite Aesthetics, Kent, told FEMAIL about how changes in discharge, laxity and public hair can be early indications that there is something wrong.  She also advised checking your own intimate area regularly to detect any anomalous changes.  A doctor has warned of the 'potential time bomb' women face as a result of missed smear tests and other doctor's appointments involving their intimate areas. Stock image  It comes as charities issued warnings over the number of appointments postponed, missed, or cancelled due to lockdown.  According to Jo's Cervical Cancer Trust, around 600,000 cervical cancer screening tests would have been carried out in the UK between April and May were services working normally, but many were cancelled or delayed.  The research found around one in eight women said they feel less likely to attend their smear test than before the Covid-19 pandemic, with 13 per cent believing it's best to put off...
    History Channel Some of the survivalists have already tapped out on Season 7 of History Channel's "Alone." Season 7 of History Channel’s Alone is already off to an exciting start. Only two episodes have aired, and viewers have watched survivalists make fire, catch game, take a bath in an old boat and suffer game-ending injuries. Within two episodes, two survivalists have already tapped out. Those who are able to survive in the arctic for 100 days will win $1 million. SPOILER WARNING: This is your spoiler warning. If you do not want to be spoiled, please do not continue reading: Who Was The First Person To Go Home? View this post on Instagram Tune in to History tonight 10/9 c! Who’s Next? #alone #aloneonhistory #history #aloneseason7 A post shared by Shawn Helton | ALONE S7 (@shawnwiththewild_alone_s7) on Jun 25, 2020 at 5:01am PDT The first to leave the wilderness was Shawn Helton. The Tool Maker from Henry, Tennessee, is a builder who was able to find items scattered throughout his location. He found a shovel, an...
    Justin Bieber vehemently denied recent allegations that he sexually assaulted a woman in 2014. The 26-year-old singer spoke out Sunday after a woman, known as Danielle, accused him of misconduct on Twitter. The tweet has since been deleted. She claimed that Bieber assaulted her in a room at the Four Season Hotel in Austin, Texas, after they met at the SXSW music festival on March 9, 2014. JUSTIN BIEBER SAYS HIS CAREER HAS 'BENEFITED OFF OF BLACK CULTURE': 'I AM INSPIRED' "Rumors are rumors but sexual abuse is something I don't take lightly," Bieber wrote in a lengthy statement which he posted on social media as well. "I wanted to speak out right away but out of respect to so many victims who deal with these issues daily I wanted to make sure I gathered the facts before I made any statement." "In the past 24 hours a new Twitter appeared that told a story of myself involved with sexual abuse on March 9, 2014 in Austin Texas at the Four seasons hotel. I want to be clear. There is no truth to this story," he said. "In...
    Rocky fanatics, mark your calendars. There's a new documentary about the making of the first Rocky film coming very soon. Titled 40 Years of Rocky: The Birth of a Classic, the new doc will premiere digitally on Tuesday, June 9. The fast-approaching project takes a candid look into the beginnings of the film franchise and character that made Sylvester Stallone a household name. And even better, Stallone will be narrating the doc himself. Derek Wayne Johnson (John G. Avildsen: King of the Underdogs) wrote and produced the doc, which boasts never-before-seen footage from the set of the iconic 1976 sports drama. According to the film's IMDb page, it runs for 30 minutes. In a statement, Johnson told IndieWire that the film will be a "golden nugget" for fans of Rocky. "It's a charming piece of film history narrated by Rocky himself, Sylvester Stallone, and will give audiences an intimate, and at times, emotional experience," Johnson said. "We're proud of the film, and audiences can expect new stories and new footage that they've never seen before in a blend of director...
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