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    A beauty YouTuber has claimed that she was forced to carry her dead fetus inside of her for two weeks after Texas doctors refused to remove it because they said she needed 'additional evidence' to prove it didn't have a heartbeat amid abortion bans in the state. Marlena Stell, 42, from Houston, recalled being ecstatic when she learned that she and her husband, Ab DeSilva, were expecting their second child together last year. However, the makeup guru's excitement soon turned to heartbreak when she found out around nine weeks into the pregnancy that she had tragically lost the baby. She was informed that the fetus no longer had a heartbeat, which she described as 'devastating,' and she planned to receive a dilation and curettage (D&C) - a procedure designed to remove a fetus from a women's uterus following a miscarriage. A beauty YouTuber claimed she was forced to carry a dead fetus inside of her for two weeks after Texas doctors said they needed 'additional evidence' to prove it didn't have a heartbeat Marlena Stell, 42, from Houston, recalled being...
    It doesn’t rank with airports in Atlanta, Houston or Dallas in terms of numbers, but Newark Liberty has had what the TSA and Port Authority say are an alarming amount of guns seized from passengers trying to board planes with them. And most of those things are loaded. It's become an epidemic, said Thomas Carter, the Transportation Security Administration’s director for New Jersey, during a Wednesday news conference at the airport. “Guns and ammunition are never allowed to pass through a security checkpoint to be carried onto a flight, even if a traveler has a concealed carry permit,” Carter told the media. Yet more people are showing up with them, he said. Despite a 25% drop in air travel last year, the TSA nationwide intercepted 5,972 guns at airport security checkpoints, including a dozen at Newark in 2021. That’s the highest number since the agency began tracking it 20 years ago. This year, TSA officers at Newark have detected nine guns. Some point to increased gun sales since the COVID pandemic hit the United States more than two years...
    During the 76ers playoff game against the Raptors, Philadelphia star James Harden got away with taking six steps between dribbles. James Harden already has a bit of a reputation for traveling. Like many stars in this NBA age, Harden gets away with an extra step or two regularly. During Game 1 of the NBA Playoffs series against Toronto Harden set a new standard for carrying. And the refs let him do it. Watch: James Harden got away with worst travel of all-timeThis is the greatest carry of all time, James Harden took six steps between dribbles.I’m in awe. pic.twitter.com/Tuizgmp7Ie — John Quinn (@johnquinn83) April 16, 2022 Count those steps. Harden picked up his dribble at the top of the front of the 76ers logo at half court and didn’t put the ball down again until he was at the key. Were the referees even watching the guy with the ball in his hand? Did they not see how utterly unnatural that whole movement look? It was plainly obvious from the broadcast view but not apparently from the floor. If...
    (CNN)Pro-gun legislation that would allow citizens to legally carry concealed guns in public without firearm training or a license is advancing in several states, as law enforcement officials and advocacy groups nationwide continue to raise the alarm about the policy's safety risks. The controversial "constitutional carry," or permitless carry, legislation has gained momentum during this year's legislative sessions in at least seven states, including Georgia, Wisconsin, Alabama, South Carolina, Indiana, Ohio and Nebraska. The push comes as a rise in gun violence and homicides continues across the country. Homicides rose in 2020, a year marked by a global pandemic and the murder -- and subsequent unrest -- of George Floyd by former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin. In its 2020 Uniform Crime report, the FBI noted that about 77% of reported murders in 2020 were committed with a gun, up from 74% in 2019. For many cities, the elevated rates of homicide continued into 2021, but at a slower pace. In 13 cities with available data, there were 109 more gun assaults in the first three quarters of 2021 than...
    A WOMAN explained that, as her 22-year-old doesn't want children, she decided to have two more kids so as to continue the family name. The 42-year-old felt that her daughter was selfish for being so set on not having her own children. 1The woman, 42, said her daughter, 22, didn't want to have children so she had another twoCredit: Getty She explained that she wanted to continue the family so "souls needing to come into our family for ancestral or karmic reasons" would still have the opportunity to be born. Taking to Reddit, she said: "I’m Gen X, and I have a huge problem with how I am left carrying the weight for Millennials. "My daughter is 22 and decided a while ago she does not want any kids. She's actually getting a procedure for sterilisation next year. FABULOUS BINGO: GET A £5 FREE BONUS WITH NO DEPOSIT REQUIRED "But those souls needing to come into our family for ancestral or karmic reasons still need to be born. So I'm stuck birthing and raising two babies who should...
    A WOMAN fought doctors to be sterilised at the age of 22 after suffering tragic miscarriages. Stacey Blackwell, who lives in Portsmouth, is now 27-years-old and says that she was over the moon when she got approval to be sterilised. 4Stacey Blackwell, 27, was sterilised at the age of 22Credit: Caters 4Stacey and her partner SeanCredit: Caters It removes the ability to get pregnant forever, as the fallopian tubes are blocked, stopping eggs from reaching the womb. It is 99 per cent effective. Getting your "tubes tied" is possible on the NHS, but not easy to get because docs try and encourage counseling first.  Stacey is happy with her decision, however, and is now hoping to get a hysterectomy, which removes the reproductive organs entirely. Not only would this make pregnancy impossible, which may put her straight into the menopause depending on what is removed. Stacey, mum to Cody Jay, 10, and Taio Jai, five, said: "I didn't want any more children because I never wanted to go through being pregnant again. I was sure of what I wanted...
    A New York woman whose baby boy may have died of malnutrition claims she kept him on a 'Biblical' vegan diet because she didn't want to 'carry a fat-a** child, a report said on Wednesday. Carla Garriques, 28, allegedly told the New York Post that the newborn was vegan 'at the end of the day.' Kameri Garriques was just seven months old when he died on October 30, the NYPD told the outlet. He was found unconscious by cops responding to a 911 call and was pronounced dead.  An NYPD spokesperson told Pix11 on Wednesday that the child’s mother had made the 911 call.  The New York Medical Examiner's Office has ruled his death a homicide - and sources told the New York Post that the young mom is 'a person of interest.' Carla Garriques, 28, allegedly told the New York Post that the newborn was vegan 'at the end of the day' Carla Garriques, 28, is pictured with her daughter Sole Simplice - who has since been removed from the home Nobody has yet been charged for the little boy's...
    More On: larry king The King and I: Former intern remembers iconic interviewer Larry King Old clip appears to show Biden accuser’s mom referencing daughter’s claim NY1 icon Pat Kiernan was once asked to be ‘more like Larry King’ Larry King returns to work after cancer battle: ‘They’re gonna have to carry me out’ The last time I spoke to Larry King, who has died at the age of 87, was in September 2017. It was two short months after he’d undergone surgery for lung cancer. “They’re gonna have to carry me out,” King told me, defiantly refusing to let anything deter him from doing what he loved best: interviewing people on television. “I’m back doing shows. I’m working today. I’m doing speeches,” he said. “I’m going to Saudi Arabia … a Jew comes to Riyadh to speak for the Crown Prince! “It’s been ups and downs, and there have been better years, but on the good side, I’ve got my health back and I keep feeling good, keep working.” It didn’t matter to Larry that he was years...
    Rep. Nancy Mace says she will carry a firearm on Capitol Hill if permitted after a pro-Trump mob stormed the Capitol. “When I am able, with a permit, to concealed carry then I will be carrying. ... I will not be put in that situation again,” she said in an interview with WJCL. Mace, a freshman Republican from South Carolina, applied for a concealed carry license in Washington, D.C., a week before the Capitol was breached on Wednesday. "The only line of defense we had between the violet mob and members of Congress were the Capitol Hill Police. It was clear they were overrun: There were thousands of people trying to overrun the capital," the lawmaker said. "We didn't have a way to protect ourselves; we didn't have security on us; we didn't have firearms protecting us." Mace, who has been subject to death threats over her refusal to challenge the counting of the Electoral College votes, would join Rep. Lauren Boebert, a fellow freshman, in carrying a weapon on Capitol Hill. Boebert released an...
    SANTA MONICA, Calif. – By most measures of what keeps a pub afloat, the coronavirus pandemic should already have Ye Olde King's Head on its last kegs. The British restaurant and bar in seaside Southern California has been battered the past nine months. It was in the process of adapting to new restrictions that took effect Friday that would further crimp its recovery even as the prospect of a stay-home order loomed that could cripple the business. “It’s not worth thinking about," said operations manager Lisa Powers, who has guided the 46-year-old institution through an ever-changing set of public health orders. “Nobody's going to survive without help from the federal government if there's another lockdown.” The surge of cases in Los Angeles County is exploding at a rate even local public health officials didn't seem to contemplate on Tuesday, when they gave businesses three days to adopt new restrictions that force restaurants to halve the outdoor capacity many established to stay afloat because indoor service was banned. Restaurants and nonessential retail must close at 10 p.m. On...
    By BRIAN MELLEY, Associated Press SANTA MONICA, Calif. (AP) — By most measures of what keeps a pub afloat, the coronavirus pandemic should already have Ye Olde King's Head on its last kegs. The British restaurant and bar in seaside Southern California has been battered the past nine months. It was in the process of adapting to new restrictions that took effect Friday that would further crimp its recovery even as the prospect of a stay-home order loomed that could cripple the business. “It’s not worth thinking about," said operations manager Lisa Powers, who has guided the 46-year-old institution through an ever-changing set of public health orders. “Nobody's going to survive without help from the federal government if there's another lockdown.” The surge of cases in Los Angeles County is exploding at a rate even local public health officials didn't seem to contemplate on Tuesday, when they gave businesses three days to adopt new restrictions that force restaurants to halve the outdoor capacity many established to stay afloat because indoor service was banned. Restaurants and nonessential retail must close at...
    YouTube Melania Trump rebuffs Trump’s try to carry her hand whereas stepping down from Air Pressure One on August 16, 2020. Donald Trump, his spouse Melania Trump, and their son Barron Trump had been seen stepping down from Air Pressure One at Joint Base Andrews on August 16, returning to Washington D.C. from Bedminster, New Jersey. Because the president and the primary woman made their approach down the steps, Trump tried twice to seize Melania’s hand, nevertheless, she stored pulling her hand away. Melania, 50, was holding a big tan purse together with her left hand, and she or he pulled the bag in nearer to herself as he tried to carry her hand. Melania stored her head down as she walked down the steps, and her hair, blowing within the wind, stored her complete face coated from each the digicam and her husband. Afterward, Trump, 74, briefly touched Melania’s again along with his proper hand earlier than setting his arm down and waving to individuals standing off-camera. Melania didn’t raise her...
    NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — According to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, more than 6 million women in this country struggle with infertility. In some cases, a woman is born without the anatomy to carry a baby. That’s why a woman in Pennsylvania chose to undergo a rare procedure. CBS2’s Dr. Max Gomez has more on her remarkable story. “It was hard knowing that I would never be able to carry a child. One of my dreams was being able to carry my own,” said “Michelle,” who didn’t want to use her last name. FLASHBACK: First Baby Born In The United States To Mother With Transplanted Uterus Michelle was 16 years old when she learned she had a rare condition. “All my friends were starting to have periods and I was the only one in school that hadn’t started yet. We decided to do an ultrasound to see if I had a uterus. I didn’t have one,” she said. When she got married, Michelle and her husband, Rich, thought about adoption, but a Facebook post about a uterus...
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