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    DUGGAR fans are totally grossed out after seeing a dinner Anna's sister Priscilla whipped up for her kids, calling it "disgusting." The famous family has been critiqued for their food choices several times through the years. 5Anna Duggar's sister Priscilla is being slammed over her cooking skillsCredit: Instagram/@annaduggar 5The reality star's sibling shared a recipe online, leaving fans disgustedCredit: Instagram/@davidncil A Reddit user shared video posted by Anna Duggar's sister Priscilla on social media, which showcased her kitchen skills. In the video, she gushed about a family favorite recipe: fajitas. Her recipe, however, contains an unexpected ingredient, which she revealed to be Italian dressing. "I'll show you my little secret. I marinate the chicken and – it's super simple, anyone can do it – it's just Italian dressing and my all-time favorite ... the Webber Smokey Mesquite seasoning with garlic powder," she shares. More Duggar NewsLEGS FOR DAYS! Duggar fans shocked after Jinger shows off long legs in 'shortest dress yet'DUGGAR DISS Fans all say the same thing about Jason after spotting detail on his hand Critics...
    Rudy Giuliani addressed the alleged assault he suffered during a campaign appearance on behalf of his son at a Staten Island ShopRite and insisted that the so-called assailant should be prosecuted. “This has to stop!” Video of the so-called attack revealed a surprise slap on the back by a 39-year-old individual named Daniel Gill, who reportedly said “Hey, what’s up, scumbag?” and made comments referring to the Supreme Court’s recent decision overturning Roe v. Wade. The former Mayor of New York appeared on  Facebook stream and insisted that “he could have been killed” had he fallen, claiming that his shoulder still hurt and that he had trouble sleeping Sunday night as a result. Video of the so-called attack, however, suggests a more modest event than the one that Giulian described. Video of the “assault” on Rudy at ShopRite, where Rudy had the person arrested, and said if he wasn’t in better shape he would’ve fallen, cracked his skull, and died. pic.twitter.com/EpgSpPu2fk — Ron Filipkowski ???????? (@RonFilipkowski) June 26, 2022 Many on Twitter openly ridiculed Giuliani’s claim of the assault,...
    PREGNANCY takes a toll on a woman’s body. Not only are they going through both hormonal and physical changes for 40 weeks, but they also have to deal with the intensity of labor and the aftermath that comes with it. 3A woman shared her controversial opinion on push presents and had the internet up in armsCredit: Getty 3She believed the baby should be enough of a giftCredit: Getty To recognize this effort, many women expect their partners to give them a push present after they’ve given birth—a sort of participation prize. One mother named Maddie Gartmann—a cookie artist who goes by @gartygoodies on TikTok—gained nearly 3 million views and thousands of conflicting comments on a clip that revealed her controversial opinion about push presents. In the video, she iced Mother’s Day themed cookies as she shared her thoughts: “So, I first became aware of the concept of a push present when I was pregnant with my first born. READ MORE ON PARENTINGSUIT YOURSELF I’m a mom-of-four – my simple tip stops the kids begging for snacks all daySPEAK(ER) EASY ‘Lazy’...
    THERE'S a valid reason that brides throw tantrums when people wear white dresses to their wedding. And in one particular case, one wedding guest's dress mirrored the bride's dress so much that it has the internet shocked. 1The wedding guest's dress was similar in appearance to a wedding dress, the only thing distinguishing her from the bride being the bride's bouquet and veilCredit: Reddit A person who goes by @mdnnnsph on social media posted a photo of a bride posing alongside a wedding guest at her wedding. The photo itself was innocent, except the wedding guest's outfit caused some controversy, with many people thinking that she was actually the bride. Some even strongly felt she shouldn't be allowed at the wedding at all. "Oh god. Found on FB. Even matching pearls!" the photo poster wrote, commenting on the guest's weirdly similar look to the bride. Read more wedding storiesGOOD RIDDANCE I kicked my nightmare mother out my wedding – she insisted on wearing whiteAISLE SAY I'm a bride & guests are ruining wedding by replying to invites with 4 comments...
    A young woman who was looking for a cheap haircut thought she'd struck gold when she signed up to be a hair model. However, she soon learned that sometimes, it's best to stick with what you know. 3Laura, who is from New Zealand, signed up to be a hair model so that she'd get a free trim and colourCredit: Tik Tok 3Laura was horrified when she looked in the mirrorCredit: Tik Tok Laura, who is from New Zealand, took to TikTok and explained: "I offered to be a hair model to get a free trim...it was so bad I would've rather forked out £250 for a professional." She then shared a selection of stylish baby pink hair do's that she was expecting to receive. So Laura was left horrified when what she actually got was something very different. Instead, the hairdresser had given her vibrant, hot pink locks, which looked like they'd been hacked away with a pair of garden shears. READ MORE ON HAIR AND BEAUTYCHOP HORROR My hairdresser surprised me by chopping off my hair &...
    Hands up if you've ever woken up after a boozy sesh filled with regrets from the night before? But if it's just the hangover you're worrying about, then think yourself lucky. 5Candy, from the UK, revealed how she and her friends all got ridiculous tattoos while they were drunkCredit: @candycakezzzzz/TikTok 5One of the women requested a Nike tick for her inking of choiceCredit: @candycakezzzzz/TikTok One woman known online as Candy, from the UK, took to TikTok and shared a short clip from inside a tattoo parlour and explained: "Getting drunk with your work mates and getting the most ridiculous tattoos you can think of." In the video, she and her friends can all be seen taking it in turns to sit in the hot seat and get a random inking of their choosing. While one of the women received the Nike tick logo, another got "West Ham till I die." A third could be seen with the words "material girl" crossed out to instead read "garlic girl". READ MORE ON TATTOOSEVERY LITTLE HELPS I loved working in Tesco...
    WHETHER you rely on a dishwasher or scrub your flatware and dishes by hand, a kitchen sponge is probably perched on the edge of your sink right now. But your sponge's resting place could be dirtying your dishes, especially if you aren't taking the time to regularly disinfect it. 4Experts say you should disinfect your sponge every few daysCredit: Getty 4A blend of water and bleach will help you keep your kitchen sponge cleanCredit: Getty The home experts at Martha Stewart revealed two tactics for cleaning your kitchen sponges and one telltale sign that it's time to replace the sponge on your counter. Before getting into the nitty-gritty details of sponge maintenance, it's important to bust one major myth. In the past, some creative cleaners have turned to the microwave to disinfect their sponges. But because it's hard to know exactly how long each sponge would need to stay in the microwave, and since each microwave has different wattage and settings, there's a good chance your sponge won't actually get clean. READ MORE CLEANING TIPSKEEP IT CLEAN I’m a...
    WHEN cleaning up after a meal, you might not realize there's a proper method to load silverware into your dishwasher. But fret not, because two appliance experts revealed how to make sure your forks, spoons, and knives sparkle. 4Two appliance experts shared the best ways to load utensils into your dishwasherCredit: Getty 4Petrino said to point utensils down when loading them in your dishwasherCredit: Getty FOR CLEANLINESS Jessica Petrino, an appliance expert with AJ Madison, told marthastewart.com that the most hygienic way to load silverware in the dishwasher is to point them down with their handles sticking up. "This way you won't handle the part of your spoons and forks that will eventually go in someone's mouth," Petrino revealed. She also said that the more silverware you store in the holder, the more crowded it will become, so make sure you evenly spread out your utensils for even cleaning. FOR SAFETY Sharp knives can be a huge safety hazard when loading and unloading your dishwasher. Shimek, the president of Mr.Appliance, explained that you should make sure to put any...
    A TEEN mum has told how she has been pregnant for nearly two years straight after finding out she was expecting again just two weeks after giving birth. Gracie, who is 19 and from the US, took to TikTok and explained: “Yes it’s most healthy to wait for your body to heal. 2Gracie, who is 19 and from the US, has been pregnant for nearly two years straightCredit: tiktok.com/@317graciee 2The 19-year-old found out she was expecting again just two weeks after giving birthCredit: Tiktok/@317graciee If I could go back in knowing what I know now I would have waited. No I don’t think it’s a flex." But I got pregnant. I’m giving birth in six weeks. I made a video with 15 followers…literally just having fun and doing it for memories and it went viral.” She continued: "I couldn’t care less what a soul thinks about me being a teen mom or my partner. He is a amazing father and we have always wanted 2 kids.” FABULOUS BINGO: GET A £5 FREE BONUS WITH NO DEPOSIT REQUIRED However, Gracie's social...
    Rubbing shoulders with your lookalike certainly looks easy to do in Hollywood. It's been said how Meryl Streep's blonde locks make her look eerily similar to her younger doppelgänger, Saoirse Ronan. Meanwhile, floppy-haired pictures of Colin Firth from yesteryear bear striking resemblance to Britain's brightest new export, Tom Holland. And when they're not busy picking up awards, blockbuster stars Cate Blanchett and Jennifer Lawrence could easily be mistaken for one another. Here's our gallery of the A-listers who look so similar they could be related.  Mamma Mia! The Queen of Hollywood Meryl Streep, 72, has three girls of her own but could easily be mum to Lady Bird actress Saoirse Ronan, 27 Foster mum: Jodie, 59, and The Crown's Princess Diana, Emma Corrin, 26 Wild spirits: Thelma & Louise star Geena Davis, 66, and Lily James, 32, star of Pam & Tommy High brows: Adrien Brody, 48, and Dune actor Timothee Chalamet, 26 Blockbusters: Oscar winners Cate Blanchett, 52, and Jennifer Lawrence, 31 RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Hitting the wrong note! Tallia Storm leads...
    WHEN the guy Natalie Kendall was dating told her he couldn't see her because of work, she decided to surprise him. But the 22-year-old was left mortified when she walked in on him kissing his colleague. 4Natalie Kendall, 22, publicly shamed her ex when she caught him cheatingCredit: Collects 4Now 33, she says she wouldn't do it again but doesn't regret itCredit: Collects Natalie, from Gloucester, saw red and got the ultimate revenge on her ex - saying lads should be shamed for cheating. The now 33-year-old, who works in a pub kitchen, had been dating Jason* for three months when she made the brutal discovery. Then living in Shrewsbury, Shropshire, she tells Fabulous: "He worked behind the bar at a bowling alley, that's where we met as I used to go there with my friends every couple of months. "After we started seeing each other, I started going every week - either with a friend or on my own - to chat to Jason while I had a drink. "I really liked him, it wasn’t something really special yet...
    Rahima Mahmut is strong. Very strong. But she is also scared, which is why she wants her words to go to higher places and travel faster. More than anything, she just wants people to know, to understand the horrors she sees behind those five Olympic rings. They are horrors that make her voice tremble across a harrowing conversation. Horrors that make her eyes moist. Horrors she claims are intensifying in a spiral of atrocities and oppression, but whose alleged perpetrators, the government of China, are being legitimised by sport. Scrubbed clean by curling brooms, you might say if it wasn't so gravely serious. 'The Winter Olympics in Beijing should be remembered as the Genocide Games,' she tells Sportsmail and a few days out from the opening ceremony, those words fill the air for a while.  Protestors have called for a boycott of the 2022 Winter Olympic Games being held in Beijing It is a popular phrase these days, sports washing. But it is one that can detract from the details of awful testimonies and claims. They are the testimonies of people...
    A marriage counselor has revealed the 12 'basic' things all couples should know about each other six months into a relationship.  Therapist Jeff Guenther LPC, from Portland, Oregon, shared a video on TikTok highlighting the questions he thinks are important to discuss with a partner before committing to them.  He said knowing about how your partner defines success and how their family have affected their growth are 'important basics to build on'.  Therapist Jeff Guenther LPC, from Portland, Oregon, shared a video on TikTok highlighting the questions he thinks are important to discuss with a partner before committing to them  @therapyjeff 12 things you should already know about your partner 6 months into a relationship. #therapy #relationshiptips #love #dating #relationshipadvice ♬ original sound - TherapyJeff TikTok Privacy Policy Revealed: The 12 questions you should be able to answer about your partner Therapist Jeff Guenther LPC, from Portland, Oregon, shared these 12 questions everyone should ask and answer after six months together. He said you're doing 'great' if you can answer nine out of 12.  1. What makes them laugh or...
    A long-time friend of the Chicago socialite slain by 'suitcase killer' Heather Mack asked that the killer's daughter be placed in witness protection to shield her from being used as a 'pawn' for profit.  Elliot Jacobson, who delivered the eulogy for the late Sheila von Wiese-Mack in 2014, said Estelle 'Stella' Schaefer, 6, needed to be put in a proper home in the US and protected from the infamy of her mother's crimes.  'Stella really needs to be extricated completely from the environment she has been living in since she was born and we need to have a sort of 'Stella Protection Program,' Jacobson told Fox News, referencing the fact the the child was born in an Indonesian prison.  Suitcase Killer Heather Mack leaves Indonesian prison on October 29 before being sent to US, where she was arrested upon landing on Wednesday 'Analogous to the witness protection program where Stella gets a new identity and is placed with a family of two parents, not a single parent, who have the resources and the skill and occupation to allow her to be...
    WE would all love to have luscious lips, but this makeup fan’s lip liner hack proved to be seriously unpopular, with some even saying the look should be "illegal".  This makeup user overlined her lips to make her mouth look fuller, but she overlined them to such an extreme that people can’t believe their eyes. 3Mary captioned the video: 'No lip filler needed.'Credit: TikTok/@marysherb 3Many said Mary should embrace her natural featuresCredit: TikTok/@marysherb Tiktok user Mary, who calls herself the “CEO of wearable makeup”, shared the trick and captioned it: “No lip filler needed.” Mary uses a lip liner to draw on lips much larger than her own and then fills in the lines with a vibrant red lipstick.  While the look may give the impression of larger lips from some angles, people were quick to point out that a side view would reveal just how overlined Mary’s lips were. “Imagine the side view”, wrote one viewer, while a second said: “Ok now from the side. Let’s see. Go ahead. Turn ur head. Go ahead.” Other viewers were stunned by...
    How did folks respond? While the vast majority of commenters were horrified by the program's question and stated in no uncertain terms that pornography and those under the age of consent do not go together — "How about age appropriate sex for minors, and age appropriate heroin? Kids could learn a lot!" one commenter reacted sarcastically — a few seemed open to the idea: "Stop treating it as crime of the century," one commenter wrote. "Kids need to see naked bodies in life; it's not rude, it's what humans look like. Take away the stigma, take away the mystery = take away the problem." "My teenage boys were upset by the hardcore porn their friends would show and talk about in school," another commenter shared. "Boys are always going to look for porn, so I agreed with the original suggestion that there should be age-appropriate porn. I have no idea why people got do cross about this." (It's worth it to note a particularly witty reply to the previous reaction: "Which women and girls would you like to be...
    THE house of Windsor has a long and very checkered history of trying to demonstrate that they are at least vaguely in touch with normal life but of late, Prince William has been doing a bang job of just this. As the English football team has progressed towards the finals of Euro 2020, Prince William has emerged as one of the team’s most vocal, and genuinely passionate supporters (well, he does happen to also be President of the Football Association so his enthusiasm is genuine.) 6William chats to Kate at the England matchCredit: The Sun Twice in recent weeks he traded the streets of Kensington for Wembley Stadium to lend his proto-regal support to the team, proving that even the blue-blooded can barrack with the best of them. Such is his exuberance for football that last year he admitted his staff “deliberately keep [him] away” from the official palace Twitter account after he went, in his own words, “completely out of control” after one game in 2019 and posted his own unauthorised tweet. In the lead up to today's...
    A busy mum has revealed the five household jobs you should complete every morning during lockdown in order to have a productive day. Liz Amaya a Brisbane-based mum-of-four and creative home stylist revealed the first thing you should do every morning is make the bed. She believes this helps you start the day right. Scroll down for video  A mum has revealed the five household jobs you should complete every morning during lockdown in order to have a productive day 'You will feel a sense of pride at the end of the day,' she said.  Liz says it is important to wipe down the bathroom vanities and clear and wipe the kitchen sink. Next the mum recommends vacuuming the 'high traffic areas' in the home.  RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Your must-know cleaning secret: Mum shares her... Are you destroying your Apple Airpods? Organised mum reveals... Never iron sheets again: Home stylist reveals her secret... Organised mum reveals the secret to keeping towels white and... Share this article...
    It's one of the most famous images in the history of scientific endeavour. The Road To Homo Sapiens, by American-based artist Rudolph Zallinger, is a convenient shorthand to show the gradual evolution from primitive crawling apes to upright walking mankind. The image was created for a children’s book in the mid-1960s and has since appeared in humorously subverted versions everywhere, from T-shirts to The Simpsons. But the past few days have seen a new discovery which perfectly illustrates what scientists such as myself have long known: the image is completely wrong. A week ago, a huge prehistoric skull that had lain hidden in a Chinese well for 85 years resurfaced. Inconveniently, it doesn’t easily fit into the famous image, which shows us getting bigger and bigger brains as we evolve. The head was first discovered in 1933 by workers building a bridge over the Songhua River in Harbin, northern China. The labourers wrapped it in cloth and hid it in an old well to stop it falling into the hands of Japanese soldiers occupying the province. 'So it turns...
    COVID cases have not recently risen in school kids in years 7 to 11, experts of a large infection survey have said. It backs Govt plans for bubbles to be scrapped in the autumn, after they have caused huge numbers of pupils to self isolate. ???? Read our coronavirus live blog for the latest updates 2School bubbles may be scrapped by autumnCredit: AFP Sarah Croft, senior statistician for the Office for National Statistics (ONS) Covid-19 Infection Survey, told Times Radio the number of children testing positive has remained largely unchanged for a month. That’s despite the rapid spread of the Delta variant in the UK, impacting unvaccinated groups. Among secondary school children in years 7 to 11, it is estimated 0.35 per cent would currently test positive for Covid-19. The figure has remained at around 0.3 per cent since May 23, as Ms Croft said “we haven’t seen any recent increases there”.  Some 0.14 per cent of children aged two to school year 6 are estimated to be infected, a rate which has remained largely unchanged in recent weeks. However, there...
    It's difficult to "understand why teaching is hard," former middle school teacher Colette Coleman said, and so she expected some pushback when her op-ed "The Case For Paying All Teachers Six Figures" was published in The New York Times last week. "They may feel like, say you're an elementary school teacher, 'Oh, you're hanging out with kids all day,' and of course that's not what it is," Coleman said Thursday on CBSN. "I think maybe people need more insight into understanding what the profession actually entails." "When I was teaching it wasn't just that I was a teacher, I also felt often like, I'm a social worker, I'm a nurse — there are so many hats that you have to wear that that also adds to the taxing nature of the job," Coleman said.  In her op-ed, Coleman compares the starting salary of a teacher — under $40,000 for many — to the starting salary of an entry-level Facebook engineer: over $100,000. "Isn't shaping the minds of the future at least as important as building addictive apps?" Coleman writes....
    Florida Governor Ron DeSantis hit out at the Biden administration for telling the public to keep wearing masks and to maintain social distancing even after getting the COVID-19 vaccine. ‘My view is if you get a vaccine, the vaccines are effective, you’re immune, and so, act immune,’ the Republican told a crowd in Lakeland, Florida on Friday. ‘If you got a vaccine, you’re immune,’ the governor said. ‘You should enjoy yourself and have confidence.’ DeSantis criticized President Biden and his top medical adviser, Dr. Anthony Fauci, for ‘terrible’ messaging on the vaccine, saying that keeping in place mitigation measures will discourage wary Americans from getting the shot. Florida Governor Ron DeSantis hit out at the Biden administration for telling the public to keep wearing masks and to maintain social distancing even after getting the COVID-19 vaccine DeSantis criticized President Biden (right) and his top medical adviser, Dr. Anthony Fauci (left), for ‘terrible’ messaging on the vaccine, saying that keeping in place mitigation measures will discourage wary Americans from getting the shot ‘I also think it's a problem...
    Could a toxic soup of chemicals in everyday life be destroying men's ability to father children?  That is the latest claim from a U.S. expert, Dr Shanna Swan, who made headlines in 2017 with research that suggested human sperm counts are plummeting. Dr Swan, a professor of environmental medicine and public health at the Icahn School of Medicine, New York, made her original claim in the journal Human Reproduction Update.  Her analysis of previous research evidence concluded that men's reproductive problems are increasing by at least 1 per cent a year in Western countries.  Dr Swan blames this crisis on male babies being harmed in the womb by their mothers' exposure to hormone-altering chemicals in food and many consumer items These problems include declining sperm counts, falling testosterone levels and increasing rates of testicular cancer. Now, in a new book entitled Count Down, Dr Swan blames this crisis on male babies being harmed in the womb by their mothers' exposure to hormone-altering chemicals in food and many consumer items. These chemicals include phthalates (used to make plastics more flexible...
    Vivek Ramaswamy, the founder and CEO of Roivant Sciences, spoke with the Daily Caller News Foundation’s Samantha Renck about why he believes Big Tech companies should be treated as state actors, how private companies can protect their brands and more. “Congress has effectively co-opted Silicon Valley through the backdoor,” Ramaswamy, who recently co-authored the Wall Street Journal article “Save The Consitution from Big Tech,” said,” to do what Congress couldn’t do directly through the front door.” “They did it both with a carrot and a stick,” he said. “The carrot was Section 230 liability exemption, which said that even if you remove content that would be protected under the First Amendment, no user can sue you in state court because we the federal government give you a special exemption.” “When combined with the stick, which was a congressional threat from many liberal democrats to say ‘if you don’t go out a censor so-called hateful content, then we’re going to come after and regulate the heck out of you,'” he said. Ramaswamy also discussed how companies can protect their brands, what...
    Philadelphia Eagles fans can’t be thrilled with Doug Pederson after watching Jalen Hurts start off strong against the New Orleans Saints on Sunday. The Philadelphia Eagles fanbase was excited for the 2020 campaign due to their active offseason, with many thinking they were fielding a better overall team than the 2019 squad. However, the first three months fo the season were frankly unwatchable, as the Eagles owned an ugly 3-8-1 record. While many could point to the injuries on the team, one aspect that couldn’t be looked over was the play of starting quarterback Carson Wentz. Next: 9 free agent kickers the Vikings can replace Dan Bailey with
    Attorney and alleged Kraken whisperer Sidney Powell filed a petition with the U.S. Supreme Court late Friday in a last-ditch effort to revive her repeatedly-failed legal efforts at overturning Georgia’s certification of the 2020 election results. One of the more extreme arguments Powell makes is that U.S. citizens are not actually entitled to vote for president. Rather, in a version of the GOP’s recently failed argument (advanced by Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton) before the Supreme Court, Powell argues that this is the sole right of state legislatures and claims that right was usurped by various officials and bodies in the Peach State. From the filing at length: While the U.S. Constitution itself accords no right to vote for presidential electors, “[w]hen the state legislature vests the right to vote for president in its people, the right to vote as the legislature has prescribed is fundamental; and one source of its fundamental nature lies in the equal weight accorded to each vote and the equal dignity owed to each voter.” Bush v. Gore. The evidence shows not only that respondents...
    Hong Kong (CNN Business)Sachimi Mochizuki has worked in Japan for two decades, but she's never taken a day off for her period.That's mostly because Mochizuki is lucky — her periods aren't a big problem. But she's also been reluctant to use Japan's long-standing leave entitlement as that would have involved telling her managers, most of whom have been male, that she was menstruating.Chinese province grants women leave for menstrual pain"It's very private and, especially in Japan, that's still kind of a taboo," said Mochizuki, who works in event management. "We don't want to talk about it with any men." Japan's period leave entitlement has existed for more than 70 years, and the country isn't alone in Asia in having such a policy. South Korea adopted period leave in 1953. And in China and India, provinces and companies are increasingly adopting menstruation leave policies with a range of entitlements. The landscape on the other side of the world, however, looks a lot different. Period leave policy is almost nonexistent in the United States, the United Kingdom and Europe.Read MoreAnd even in...
    ALL parents know the constant bickering over pocket money with their kids, and how they haggle over the going rate for chores.  But it turns out you may have been massively underpaying - or overpaying - your children, after experts revealed exactly how much you should be forking out.  2All parents are familiar with the battles over pocket money for chores Credit: Getty Images - Getty The team from Money.co.uk polled 2,000 parents to find out the going rate for household chores - and which ones parents paid out for.  They revealed the 10 most common taks kids earn pocket money for are washing up, putting away groceries, tidying their bedroom, hoovering, dusting, washing the car, walking the dog, doing laundry, weeding the garden and mowing the lawn.  For those aged between six and seven, £2.37 is the average rate for washing up, followed by £2.37 for putting the shopping away.  Kids who clean their rooms get £2.81, and the same amount for dusting, while washing the car will earn them £3.82, and doing laundry will get them £3.06.  2This...
    Ivanka Trump says she is willing to appear on The View to take a COVID-19 vaccine because she 'trusts the FDA' after the show's co-host Joy Behar vowed not to take it until after the First Daughter does.  Behar on Wednesday had dismissed President Donald Trump's earlier claims that a coronavirus vaccine would be available soon.  The co-host suggested she wouldn't trust a vaccine that had been made so quickly and vowed not to take it until after Trump's daughter did.    'He will push anything to get reelected. Don't fall for it,' Behar said on The View. 'And by the way, I will take the vaccine after Ivanka takes it.'  Ivanka hit back on Thursday and committed to taking a vaccine on the daytime talk show once it's available.  'Deal @JoyVBehar. I would come on your show to do so,' Ivanka tweeted. 'I trust the FDA and so should all Americans. Vanquishing this virus should be our collective top priority.'  Ivanka Trump says she is willing to appear on The View to take a COVID-19 vaccine because she 'trusts the...
    Josh Bell gave Pittsburgh Pirates fans something positive to cheer about.Josh Bell proves you can remain forever excellent while playing on an atrocious baseball team. The Pittsburgh Pirates are the only team in the big leagues without double-digit wins yet, but thanks to his crushing blast, the Buccos might be able to put 10 victories on the board this season. His two-run tater off Brandon Woodruff of the Milwaukee Brewers wasn’t just a tasty big fly, but it also landed on top of a brand-new car in centerfield. That Toyota now belongs to Bell. Josh Bell just hit a car. ????#RingIt pic.twitter.com/kOfc4Mzl47 — Pirates (@Pirates) August 30, 2020 Josh Bell shouldn’t leave Miller Park without the deed to that Toyota.For those who played America’s pastime in the dog days of summer, there’s nothing quite like hitting a home run off a pitcher and then seeing that baseball explode the windshield of a poor parent’s Toyota Sienna. It’s shameful to drive a minivan as is, but to cruise around in a glorified kiddie tank with a busted face is not a...
    Image via Fox News ChannelIf you can do childcare, you can do schools. Gov. Ron DeSantis, after an educational roundtable in Clearwater, said success at childcare facilities during the pandemic augured well for school reopening. The Governor has continued to insist on in-person instruction throughout the state. Critics worry schools would be vectors for spread. “There’s no evidence that having child care open this entire time has been a driver of community spread,” the Governor said in response to a reporter’s question. “That’s different from saying there may be an isolated case or something, and I would have no way to definitively say that nobody in any child care setting, a caregiver has ever come down with it.” “I would say clearly it has not been a driver of community [transmission],” the Governor added. “The health of the kids are, is paramount. I think we’ve known from early on that, for whatever reason, kids are lower risk than senior citizens, even people in their 50s and 60s.” The Governor noted that while it’s a concern that schools potentially could be a...
    The Latest: Track meet in Berlin plans to have 3,500 fans Choi Suk-hyeon: Before taking her own life, triathlete asked her mother to lay bare the sins of her alleged abusers ‘They are still citizens, so they should be able to access that money’: Inside the quest to claim stimulus checks before the deadline TAXWATCH © Courtesy Penelope Protheroe, Photo by Tom Kirkendall Penelope Protheroe, founder and president of the Angel Resource Connection, helping connect someone with their stimulus check. Birmingham, Ala.’s weather is sweltering these days, so Erica Robbins has three important questions for the homeless people she meets at her hydration station: Do they need water? Do they have food? And have they applied for their stimulus check? ‘They are citizens just like everybody else and deserve to have access to this fund.’ — Erica ‘Star’ Robbins, executive director and founder of Be a Blessing Birmingham “They are citizens just like everybody else and deserve to have access to this fund,” said Robbins, the executive director and founder of Be a Blessing Birmingham who’s helped approximately 150...
    (CNN) — Having experienced the devastating effects of Covid-19 firsthand, Tom Hanks is urging people to do their part in preventing the virus from spreading even further. “The idea of doing one’s part should be so simple,” the 63-year-old actor said on the “TODAY” show Tuesday in his first TV interview since recovering from Covid-19. “Wear a mask, social distance, wash your hands. That alone means you are contributing to the betterment of your house, your work, your town, your society as a whole and it’s such a small thing,” Hanks said. “It’s a mystery to me how somehow that has been wiped out of what should be ingrained in the behavior of us all. Simple things. Do your part,” he added. The 63-year-old actor and his wife, Rita Wilson, both tested positive back in March, both being some of the first celebrities to announce that they had contracted the virus and shocking their fans. While many of those who are infected with the coronavirus may not experience severe symptoms or even be asymptomatic, Hanks said we shouldn’t forget the...
    (CNN)Having experienced the devastating effects of Covid-19 firsthand, Tom Hanks is urging people to do their part in preventing the virus from spreading even further. "The idea of doing one's part should be so simple," the 63-year-old actor said on the "TODAY" show Tuesday in his first TV interview since recovering from Covid-19. "Wear a mask, social distance, wash your hands. That alone means you are contributing to the betterment of your house, your work, your town, your society as a whole and it's such a small thing," Hanks said. "It's a mystery to me how somehow that has been wiped out of what should be ingrained in the behavior of us all. Simple things. Do your part," he added."The idea of doing one's part should be so simple: wear a mask, social distance, wash your hands. That alone means you are contributing to the betterment of your house, your work, your town, your society as a whole." [email protected] pic.twitter.com/N7JDFrk2KH— TODAY (@TODAYshow) July 7, 2020 The 63-year-old actor and his wife, Rita Wilson, both tested positive back in March, both...
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    President Trump weighed in on the unrest in Minnesota following the death of George Floyd, saying Friday that “the looters should not be allowed to drown out the voices of so many peaceful protesters.” “The rights of peaceful protesters are very important but we can’t allow the situation to descend further into lawless chaos,” Trump continued. “It is very important, I believe, to the family, to everybody, that the memory of George Floyd be a perfect memory.” The president said his administration is working closely with the Justice Department (DOJ) and speaking with Floyd’s family to investigate the case. “I understand the hurt, I understand the pain. The family of George is entitled to justice and the people of Minnesota are entitled to safety,” Trump added. “It’s a horrible situation, we’ll be reporting back.” Trump’s remarks come after he sought to clarify what he meant in a tweet Thursday night about the unrest in Minneapolis after Twitter flagged it and claimed he was “glorifying violence.” TRUMP SEEKS TO CLARIFY TWEET ON MINNEAPOLIS: 'LOOTING LEADS TO SHOOTING' “Looting leads to shooting, and...
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