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    A SUFER recalled the horrifying moment when he fought off a shark after being bitten on a coast that’s already seen five attacks in two weeks. Shawn Donnelly, 41, was lying on his surfboard on Wednesday morning on the waters of a beachfront park in Long Island, New York when the sea predator sunk its teeth in his left calf. 4Shawn Donnelly, 41, was out on the water when a shark 'ambushed' himCredit: CBS 4The shark bit him on his left calf, causing a two-inch gashCredit: CBS “The shark ambushed me,” he told The New York Post. “I have never been more scared in my entire life…I screamed and flailed.” The bite sent Donnelly hurling into the seven-deep water as he was approximately 40 feet from the shore of Smith Point County Park in Shirley. He said he could see the spotted dorsal fin of the possible sand tiger shark. “It came up from the sandbar like a torpedo,” he said. “There was no fish jumping out of the water, no water moving, just quiet then ’bang.’ Next thing I...
    4 THE Next Boxing Day sale is one of the biggest shopping events of the year with shoppers queuing outside the store from 6am to bag a bargain. And now an insider has lifted the lid on the high-street giant and has revealed why you can never find what you are looking for in the sales. 4Natalie worked in Next for five months in 2012Credit: Natalie Canham 4She says that the festive season was super hecticCredit: PA As part of Fabulous’ new series, Talking Shop, we’re finding out what it’s really like to work in your favourite high street stores. This week we meet Natalie Canham, 33, from Dorset, who worked at Next for five months in 2012. Here healthcare assistant Natalie reveals why staff get such a big discount and what really goes on the sale rail. “THE job is yours if you want it.” MORE TALKING SHOPSHOP TO IT I worked at H&M and these are their secrets - why you can never find your size Stunned, I shook hands with my new manager after what had...
    An American tourist suspected of exaggerating the value of his Hublot watch, stolen by muggers in Barcelona, in a bid to swindle the insurance firm is being investigated over $1.6 million in suspicious bank transfers shortly before his private jet company went bankrupt.  Seth Bernstein, 46, from Florida, was on vacation in the Spanish city with his wife and children when he was mugged on June 2. Surveillance camera footage released by the Spanish police shows the gang setting on Bernstein from behind and ripping the watch from his wrist, as four of his five children looked on. Spanish police said that Bernstein told them his watch was worth $800,000, but the Swiss watch company said it was valued at $45,000. Bernstein told DailyMail.com he had no idea how much it cost, but said $80,000 to give the police a ballpark figure. On Thursday it emerged that Bernstein was being investigated by the trustee overseeing the August 2020 bankruptcy of his charter jet company, JetReady. Bernstein and his wife Marie at a 2018 charity gala. He says the stolen watch...
    Are you feeling tired and irritable, sleeping badly, with reduced sex drive, breast discomfort and occasional hot flushes or sweats? These symptoms are typical of women going through the menopause, when levels of female hormones fall. But they are also symptoms middle-aged men can experience when their levels of the male hormone, testosterone, begin to drop. The menopause has quite rightly received a lot of attention recently, not least because of the current shortages of hormone replacement therapy (HRT), which are affecting many women’s lives. But the male equivalent, the andropause, also known as penopause, Low T, androgen deficiency in the ageing male (ADAM) — or just ‘irritable male syndrome’ — is much less talked about. That’s partly because, unlike in women, there’s no dramatic period in a man’s life when his testosterone levels fall off the cliff; it’s more like a slow descent. The male equivalent, the andropause, also known as penopause, Low T, androgen deficiency in the ageing male (ADAM) — or just ‘irritable male syndrome’ — is much less talked about Because of this, the claim that...
    Mel Gibson's handler abruptly shut down an interview with Jesse Watters on Friday after the Fox News host asked the veteran actor, who is no stranger to onstage conflict, about the confrontation between Will Smith's and Chris Rock at the Oscars. 'You understand if probably better than a lot of people, with you career,' Watters led in, deviating from an on-air conversation about Gibson's latest film, Father Stu.    'And I was wondering if, you know, you had been the one that jumped up out of his seat and slapped Chris Rock, if you would have been treated the same way. Mel?' Gibson points his finger into the camera, grimaces and shakes his head, then waves his other hand.  'Hello, Jesse? Um, thank you, that's our time,' cuts in a female voice from off-camera.  Gibson continues to smile awkwardly, looking sideways off-camera and then into his lap. But Watters pressed further.   On Friday, Jesse Watters tried to get commentary from veteran actor Mel Gibson on Will Smith's and Chris Rock's altercation at the Oscars ceremony - but was quickly shut down...
    Fox News' Jeanine Pirro said Jen Psaki must be 'locked in an ivory tower' to think Americans don't care about crime policy after the White House press secretary made fun of the judge's segment on the 'consequences' of 'soft-on-crime policies.'  'She wants to know why I'm talking about the consequences of soft on crime,' Pirro said on Fox News' The Five Monday evening.   'Well, I'm talking about the consequences of the Democrat, liberal, progressive, leftist, soft-on-crime, criminal-loving, victim-hating group that has made a decision that no bail, no jail and that criminals are–they should be privilege and that social justice and rogue prosecutors should not be a part of the criminal justice system.'  'Jen, are you so locked up in your ivory tower that you have no idea what Americans really care about and what they're concerned about?' she added.  Citing rising crime rates across the U.S., Pirro said: 'Joe Biden ignored all this. Joe Biden ignored the looting, the burning, the rioting, and he ignored the burning of a federal courthouse, and police precincts.' Psaki was speaking about a...
    A wife of a gravely ill father-of-two slammed a Boston hospital for taking her husband off the heart transplant list because he's unvaccinated, stating they have been pushed into a 'corner' and 'pressured' to 'choose a shot that could kill him.'   Heather Dawson, wife of DJ Ferguson, 31, who has a hereditary heart condition that causes his lungs and heart to fill with blood and fluid, has slammed the Boston Brigham and Women's Hospital for denying a life-saving organ transplant to her husband because he is unvaccinated.  The hospital said it removed Ferguson from the donor list because all transplant recipients needed to be vaccinated in order to 'create both the best chance for successful operation and also the patient's survival after transplantation.'   Dawson said Ferguson was already 'high risk' for the vaccine due to his swollen heart. The mRNA vaccines have been found to cause temporary swelling of the heart and are typically seen in 'male adolescents and young adults,' according to the American Lung Association.  'He is at extremely high risk of sudden death if it does,' she wrote,...
    Jimmy Kimmel slammed Donald Trump for comments he made at his first rally of the year, hitting at him for baselessly claiming that White people are being pushed to the “back of the line” for Covid-19 vaccines and therapeutics. “Donald Trump is back on the road,” Kimmel said on Monday night, adding, “He ranted for an hour and 35 minutes. Maybe it’s me, but the material doesn’t — it’s actually not working. It was kind of like watching the Sex and the City reboot — it needed more Samantha or something.” Kimmel went on to play a clip of the former president telling the Arizona crowd that in New York state, White people are being forced to the “back of the line” for Covid-19 therapeutics. “If you’re White, you don’t get the vaccine, or if you’re White, you don’t get therapeutics,” he said. “It’s unbelievable to think this. And nobody wants this, Black people don’t want it, White people don’t want it, nobody wants it.” The claim is entirely untrue and based on a deep misunderstanding of New York health advisory guidelines, which are...
    Two former NHL off-ice officials claim they were fired for reporting racist and sexually inappropriate language by a supervisor and are now suing the league in federal court for wrongful termination. Attorneys working for ex-NHL off-ice officials David Walkowiak and James Watkins filed the lawsuit in Florida on Monday, saying their clients should be rehired and given punitive damages for their dismissal, although a specific amount was not given as a demand. Walkowiak and Watkins, former off-ice officials who worked at Tampa Bay Lightning games, claim colleague Pat DeLorenzo Jr. frequently made racist comments at work, including his repeated use of the n-word. DeLorenzo allegedly made his racist statements on a headset, which allowed the plaintiffs and other NHL personnel in the arena to hear what was being said. The NHL hasn't yet filed a statement of defense, and league commissioner Gary Bettman's office did not immediately respond to DailyMail.com's request for confirmation. Likewise, attorneys for Walkowiak and Watkins did not respond immediately for a request for comment. The NHL hasn't yet filed a statement of defense, and league commissioner Gary...
    A man has opened up about developing a horrific skin condition from eczema creams, saying the withdrawal from the topical steroids left him in agony.   Jake Lazar, 24, from New York, was previously prescribed steroid creams to treat his 'very minor' childhood eczema. When it resurfaced in July 2020 with red patches of dry skin on his hands and wrists, he was again given triamcinolone acetonide – a mid-strength potency steroid cream. He used the cream for two weeks before stopping, under his doctor's recommendation, but he noticed the red patches immediately came back with a vengeance. Painful: Jake Lazar, 24, from New York, has claimed that withdrawal from steroid eczema creams caused a horrific skin condition that left him in agony  Looks: Jake (pictured in March 2021) said he was given a mid-strength potency steroid cream to treat an eczema flare-up in July 2020 A different doctor gave him a stronger, more potent steroid to use - clobetasol propionate - and, again, after two weeks he ceased use of it and noticed the dryness was spreading. Concerned that the steroids...
    Former NBA champion Andrew Bogut has claimed that he was approached to produce pro-lockdown propaganda in Australia and said that athletes throughout the country have “been muzzled” and told to keep quiet about the authoritarian coronavirus measures imposed in Australia. Bogut, who won the NBA championship with the Golden State Warriors in 2015, said that athletes and influencers in his native Australia are being paid off to promote lockdowns, which he said are disproportionately impacting the working class. “Athletes on contract in our biggest leagues in Australia… they’ve been told you are not to make anti-lockdown, anti-government statements on social media, period, no matter how drastic they are, because it affects our league staying open and you getting a salary,” Bogut said on Saturday in a post on Instagram. “That’s why these people aren’t batting for you.” Bogut revealed that he was personally approached to join in on the government’s propaganda efforts, saying: “Last year, about three or four months into this pandemic, I got a message from somebody. I’m not going to name who it was or where it...
    One of the abandoned homes in Detroit. Frank Olito/ Insider I toured three abandoned homes that are up for auction through the Detroit Land Bank Authority. The three homes have fire damage, peeling paint, holes in the floors, and boarded-up windows.  But after touring a fourth, renovated home, I could see the potential of the abandoned houses.  Visit Insider's homepage for more stories.
    OAKLAND (CBS SF) — A container ship that caught fire last week off the Monterey coast is being towed to the Bay Area with the goal of eventually berthing the burned vessel at the Port of Oakland after an inspection, the U.S. Coast Guard said Sunday. An engine-room blaze on NYK Delphinus was reported about 5 a.m. Friday when the ship was about 50 miles west of Monterey. READ MORE: Second Straight Burning Man Cancellation Divides Locals, Health Officials All 24 crew members aboard were safe and accounted for after the fire, the Coast Guard said. Three tugboats are currently bringing the ship to a location off Point Reyes, where fire and salvage teams will conduct structural integrity inspections and examine damage to the engine room, Coast Guard officials said Sunday. After inspections are completed, the ship will be towed to Terminal Berth 22 at the Port of Oakland. READ MORE: Golden Gate Bridges Wind-Whipped Annoying Hum Echoes Through Neighborhoods The NYK Delphinus is about 322 yards long and 35 yards wide, according to the website marinetraffic.com. It was built...
    A non-binary transgender woman from Arizona has accused the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) of being 'transphobic' while detailing the humiliation she faced at airport security.  Rosalynne Montoya, who goes by Rose and uses the pronouns she/her or they/them, was flying from Phoenix to Los Angeles when she was stopped at security after the full-body scanner detected an 'anomaly' between her legs.    'Can we talk about how horrible it is to travel while being transgender sometimes? I always have immense anxiety leading up to going through security,' the Hispanic model explained in her viral TikTok, which has been viewed 19 million times.   Awful: Rosalynne Montoya, a non-binary transgender woman, opened up about the humiliation she faced at airport security when she was flying from Phoenix to Los Angeles  'And this means that I totally recognize the privilege of having all of my documents correct. So, the gender marker on my license, for example, says female. But, going through the scanner, there's a male scanner and a female scanner in the TSA checkpoint.' When a traveler enters the scanner, a TSA officer presses...
    THESE are the shocking injuries a man received after he was bitten by a shark off a Florida beach as he described the attack felt like being kicked “by a metal cleat”. Auburn University student Bryce Albert, 20, from Naples, is currently recovering at St Mary’s Medical Center in West Palm Beach, Florida, having undergone surgery. 3Bryce Albert shows off his scars from the shark attackCredit: Bryce Albert Albert, who was on an extended break from school with a group of friends, had gone to Palm Beach County on Thursday afternoon with three others when the decided to wade into the water near the pier. He said initially thought a friend had accidentally kicked him, but realized none of them were standing near him. "It felt like getting kicked with a metal cleat," he told The Palm Beach Post. "Then I pulled my arm out of the water, and I could see my muscles and my tendons bubbling over. Then I realized what actually was happening. Luckily, there was a lifeguard standing there." The lifeguard performed first aid and wrapped a bandage...
    President Donald Trump was working behind the scenes from Mar-a-Lago to try to undermine Rep. Liz Cheney within the Republican conference for she was overwhelmingly reelected to her leadership post – and amid his frustration at his Twitter ban has taken to penning insults for others.  Cheney faced an uproar after voting with Democrats and nine other Republicans to impeach Trump on a charge of 'incitement of insurrection' – but blew away predictions by GOP Rep. Matt Gaetz and others that there were enough votes to strip away her leadership post. Trump spent his time in office inveighing against 'RINOS' and Republicans who stood against him, and people close to him took the move against Cheney as a post-presidency test of Trump's strength in and control over the party. President Donald Trump and his allies viewed the effort to depose Liz Cheney as a test for the party. Trump is reportedly chaffing at his Twitter ban, and has been penning insults that others can use online One House member who led the charge against Cheney and even flew to...
    CRISTIANO RONALDO was left fuming after Andrea Pirlo subbed him off while chasing a hat-trick against Inter Milan. But the Italian boss hit back by roaring: "There's no contract clause that says he can't be taken off." 3Ronaldo was furious after being subbed off against Inter on TuesdayCredit: Instagram / @ESPNFC 3Ronaldo exchanged angry words with Pirlo after being brought off while chasing a hat-trickCredit: Instagram / @ESPNFC The Portuguese superstar, 35, scored twice in Juventus' 2-1 Coppa Italia semi-final first-leg win at the San Siro, sparking wild celebrations from son, Cristiano Jr. But boss Pirlo hauled Ronaldo off with 15 minutes to play and the forward desperately chasing a third goal. The ex-Real Madrid ace was clearly unhappy and could be seen raging as he trudged off the pitch, replaced by Alvaro Morata. With a furrowed brow, Ronaldo shook his head and clenched his jaw as he headed to the bench. Ronaldo - set to be offered a new contract taking him to the age of 38 - took a jacket from one of the coaching staff, before aiming...
    Amanda Knox has defended herself against critics who say she's 'profiting' from the death of her roommate Meredith Kercher.  Rudy Hermann Guede, 33, was last month released from prison after being convicted in 2008 for the killing of the British 21-year-old in Perugia, Italy in November 2007. Despite being cleared of Meredith's murder by an Italian supreme court back in 2015, Knox, 31, says she is still unable to live her life without being viewed through the 'lens of Meredith's murder'.   In an interview with the Sunday Times Magazine, she said she is vilified for using her experiences to make money, with critics unable to feel sympathy for her as they 'compare' her ordeal with that of Meredith.  Amanda Knox, pictured in Italy in 2019, has defended herself against critics who say she's 'profiting' from the death of her roommate Meredith Kercher Knox and her boyfriend Raffaele Sollecito (pictured) were accused of the murder of Kercher in 2007 and spent four years in prison  'People seem to believe there can only be one true victim', said Knox, who...
    Republican House Leader Kevin McCarthy said Rep. Eric Swalwell needs to be kicked off the House Intelligence Committee for his relationship with alleged Chinese spy Fang Fang. But Speaker Nancy Pelosi defended Swalwell, a Democratic congressman from her home state of California, saying McCarthy was 'trying to deflect attention' from the fact the Republicans had a member of their party who believed in the QAnon conspiracy theories.  McCarthy, a strong ally of President Donald Trump's, told Fox News on Thursday that Swalwell is a 'national security threat.' His remarks came after a report in Axios revealed that suspected Chinese syp Fang Fang, also known as Christina Fang, raised money for Swalwell and helped place at least one intern in his office.  McCarthy said the four-term Democratic Congressman from California was 'swindled by the Chinese.'   'This man should not be in the intel committee. He's jeopardizing national security,' he said, adding, 'When did Nancy Pelosi know of this and why did she maintain him on the committee?'  Republican House Leader Kevin McCarthy said Rep. Eric Swalwell needs to be kicked...
    Former national security advisor General Mike Flynn has claimed former President Barack Obama was 'scared of him' and was one of the reasons why Obama warned Donald Trump not to hire him in 2016.  Flynn took direct aim at Obama, who reportedly warned Trump about him during a 90-minute conversation after the 2016 election Politico states.  Speaking on Fox News to Jeanine Pirro on Saturday night, in his first television interviews since receiving a presidential pardon from President Trump, Flynn, 61, would not reveal what it was exactly Obama warned Trump about.  According to the report, Obama and other officials believed Flynn was 'problematic' and had concerns regarding his management of the Defense Intelligence Agency.  Michael Flynn, 61, said he 'put the fear of God into Barack Obama and still do' [email protected] joins ¿Justice¿ for an exclusive interview. He discusses how he has experienced ¿political persecution of the highest order¿ and much more. pic.twitter.com/O4QaX9PjR5— Jeanine Pirro (@JudgeJeanine) December 6, 2020 'I must have put the fear of God into Barack Obama and still do because of this long four-year saga they...
    Meet Californias first Gen Z lawmaker Israelis return to West Bank settlement evacuated in 2005 Nick Foles avoided major injury on hit that led to him being carted off Chicago Bears quarterback Nick Foles left Monday night’s game against the Minnesota Vikings on a cart after taking a big hit, but fortunately it sounds like he avoided a major injury. © Quinn Harris-USA TODAY Sports Nov 16, 2020; Bears quarterback Nick Foles (9) leaves the game in the second half after an apparent injury against the Vikings at Soldier Field.  Mike Garafolo of NFL Network reported on Tuesday that tests have revealed no fractured or broken hip for Foles, which was the initial fear. ESPN+ Fantasy Tools: Play Like an Expert, Even If You Aren’t SIGN UP NOW Ad ESPN+ “Initial tests are extremely positive. There was no sign of a break, according to sources, in the hip,” Garafolo said. “The immediate fear was there was a fracture in the hip, but tests taken at the stadium did not reveal a fracture.” Foles was slammed to the turf while...
    General Hospital seems to be going through some major changes this fall. There has been talk of two major players, Emme Rylan and William deVry, being let go, and there may be more coming. With the recent medical crisis that the character of Franco Baldwin is now facing, fans are wondering if actor Roger Howarth will be the next one to go. This past week on General Hospital, Franco found out that his brain tumor has returned and that it is inoperable. He is obviously devastated and worried about Elizabeth and her boys. He doesn’t want her to know right now about his diagnosis and has opted to keep it quiet. He suddenly collapsed at The Floating Rib while he and Elizabeth were out with Epiphany. It was quite unexpected and scary, but his wife believes that it is something minor. Franco begged Terry not to say anything to her. The week of November 2 finds Franco meeting up with Kevin Collins, according to spoilers from Soap Central. He is also supposed to offer something to Jason. What is that...
    This is the heart-warming moment a family dog called Harry rushed to protect his young owner from being told off by her mother in China. The parent got extremely upset after discovering that her new facial cream had been ripped open and used by her two-year-old child. While the woman was scolding her daughter, their five-year-old golden retriever ran to shield the crying child with his paws.  The pet, named after J.K. Rowling's fictional character Harry Potter, also snarled at the parent, seemingly telling her to back off. This is the heart-warming moment a family dog named after 'Harry Potter' rushed to protect his little pet owner from being told off by her mother on Friday in the city of Xuzhou, China The Chinese parent, Ms Sun, told MailOnline that she got extremely upset after discovering her newly-bought facial cream ripped open and used by her two-year-old toddler as a toy RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Chinese schools will give lower exam marks to students who... Hilarious moment cat gets...
    Clemson, Ohio State and Alabama lead preseason coaches poll 25 Ways to Transform Your Style Under $25 Nearly one third of people that have gone back to work after being laid off during the coronavirus pandemic have lost their jobs again, study finds © Reuters Reuters As many as 31% of workers who were initially added back to payrolls after COVID-19 layoffs have been laid off again, a study from Cornell University showed. In addition, another 26% that have returned to work have been told by employers that they're at risk of another layoff or furlough, according to the study.  "Thus, nearly 3 out of 5 re-payrolled workers are either again out of work or fear being so," said Daniel Alpert, Cornell Law School senior fellow and adjunct professor.  Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. A second wave of coronavirus layoffs is happening, even for workers who have returned to their jobs after losing them when coronavirus first hit the economy.  Load Error As many as 31% of workers who went back to work after...
    A woman who was once too overweight to sit in an 'ordinary chair' and was warned she had pre-diabetes has gained new-found confidence after shedding 150lbs. Danielle Hoshia, 26, from Hoboken, New Jersey, had been obese since childhood and would often spend a staggering two hours eating bacon, eggs, and toast at breakfast.  But Danielle decided 'enough was enough' when reaching her heaviest weight of 294lbs and realizing she was too big to sit in a standard chair - doctors also revealed that the tax accountant was pre-diabetic and at risk of having high cholesterol. Danielle made a New Year resolution and downloaded a fitness app to help stick to a certain number of calories a day and now weighs under 135 lbs. She also started exercising and has since completed a half marathon.  Danielle Hoshia (pictured before her weight loss, left, and after, right), 26, from Hoboken, New Jersey, had been obese since childhood and would often spend a staggering two hours eating bacon, eggs, and toast at breakfast But Danielle (pictured recently) decided 'enough was enough' when reaching her...
    (AP) – Acts of kindness may not be that random after all. Science says being kind pays off. Research shows that acts of kindness make us feel better and healthier. Kindness is also key to how we evolved and survived as a species, scientists say. We are hard-wired to be kind. Kindness “is as bred in our bones as our anger or our lust or our grief or as our desire for revenge,” said University of California San Diego psychologist Michael McCullough, author of the forthcoming book “Kindness of Strangers.” It’s also, he said, “the main feature we take for granted.” Scientific research is booming into human kindness and what scientists have found so far speaks well of us. “Kindness is much older than religion. It does seem to be universal,” said University of Oxford anthropologist Oliver Curry, research director at Kindlab. “The basic reason why people are kind is that we are social animals.” We prize kindness over any other value. When psychologists lumped values into ten categories and asked people what was more important, benevolence or kindness, comes...
    Acts of kindness may not be that random after all. Science says being kind pays off. Research shows that acts of kindness make us feel better and healthier. Kindness is also key to how we evolved and survived as a species, scientists say. We are hard-wired to be kind. Kindness “is as bred in our bones as our anger or our lust or our grief or as our desire for revenge,” said University of California San Diego psychologist Michael McCullough, author of the forthcoming book “Kindness of Strangers.” It’s also, he said, “the main feature we take for granted.” Scientific research is booming into human kindness and what scientists have found so far speaks well of us. “Kindness is much older than religion. It does seem to be universal,” said University of Oxford anthropologist Oliver Curry, research director at Kindlab. “The basic reason why people are kind is that we are social animals.” We prize kindness over any other value. When psychologists lumped values into ten categories and asked people what was more important, benevolence or kindness, comes...
    The ex-wife of The Da Vinci Code author Dan Brown has filed a lawsuit alleging the man known for writing about conspiracies and secret societies led a double life during their marriage that included a tryst with a Dutch horse trainer and other affairs.  In her lawsuit filed Monday in New Hampshire, Blythe Brown also claimed credit for inspiring much of his work and coming up with the premise for The Da Vinci Code.  She also alleged that Brown hid scores of future projects worth 'millions' from her, including a television series as well as a children's book due out in September. The most explosive allegations, however, are the extramarital affairs. Describing Brown's behavior as 'unlawful and egregious,' Blythe said she only learned about it after the pair divorced in 2019 after 21 years of marriage. She accuses the best-selling author of secretly diverting funds to pay for gifts to an unnamed horse trainer, including several Friesian horses and financing for his lover's horse training business. She alleges the 'illegal behavior' took place in New Hampshire, Europe and the Caribbean....
    Rod Woodson, one of the best defensive backs to play in the NFL, said Sunday he feels the league is purposely keeping Hall of Fame players from getting coaching positions. Woodson, who was inducted into the Hall of Fame in 2009, told TMZ Sports that getting onto a coaching staff has nothing to do with skin color, but rather jacket color. CAM NEWTON'S REPORTED PATRIOTS SALARY APPEARS TO IRK 49ERS' RICHARD SHERMAN “They want one alpha in the room,” Woodson told TMZ Sports. “And, I'm not a real alpha where I want somebody's job. I just want to -- I just love talking ball.” Woodson played 17 years in the NFL with the Pittsburgh Steelers, Baltimore Ravens, Oakland Raiders and San Francisco 49ers. He earned 11 Pro Bowl selections, was a six-time First-Team All-Pro, the 1993 Defensive Player of the Year and a Super Bowl champion. INSIDE NFL’S RELUCTANCE TO HIRE EX-AGENTS TO RUN TEAMS Woodson said he and former teammate Ed Reed have found it hard to latch onto NFL coaching staffs since retiring “I think it'll be more difficult...
    CNN’s Brian Stelter had a brief but visible flash of anger on Sunday during a panel conversation on why is wearing a face mask still politically-controversy in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic. On Reliable Sources, Stelter and Baltimore Sun media critic David Zurawik talked about the conservative media’s continued attempts to downplay fears of the coronavirus. As Zurawik noted that the U.S. has seen Covid-19 spikes nationwide recently, he connected this to how Trump’s allies have defended the president over his reluctance to wear a mask or comply with health guidelines. “The truth is, wear a mask and you will be safer,” said Zurawik. “But we have President Trump, of course, in his vanity, not wearing a mask and his inability to say he was wrong, and then the right-wing media echoes that. And we see the result.” As Stelter remarked that mask-wearing was a story back in April, he eventually exclaimed “I can’t believe it’s June and we’re talking about masks!” He continued by panning Fox News’ Sean Hannity for using only three minutes of his latest...
    Two Tesla employees say they were fired at the electric vehicle maker's plant in Fremont, California, after being given permission to stay home on unpaid leave if they felt uncomfortable working at the facility during the coronavirus pandemic.  Carlos Gabriel and Jessica Naro say they were terminated last week from their positions at the plant, which the EV maker's CEO Elon Musk defiantly reopened in the second week of May after he insisted it was an essential service.  The workers say employees were told by Musk in an email that 'if you feel uncomfortable coming back to work at this time, please do not feel obligated to do so'. However, Gabriel and Naro still received notices about their terminations, for 'failure to return to work'. Human resources told the workers they were fired for failure to show up and difficulties in contacting them, although the employees say they had proof they remained in touch with their supervisors.  Former Tesla employees Carlos Gabriel (pictured) and Jessica Naro say they were fired from their jobs at the electric vehicle maker's plant in Fremont, California,...
    Airbus It has broadened the labor adjustment implemented due to the pandemic. The European aeronautical manufacturer has raised the global layoffs of the Defense and Space division to 2,664, 302 more than originally planned. In Spain, the figure increases to 92 people, up to a total of 722. This has been transferred by the company’s management to the inter-company committee at a meeting in which the manufacturer has presented a new presentation of the current situation as a result of the pandemic caused by Covid-19. In February, the company announced its intention to undertake a restructuring plan that included a cut of 2,362 jobs in Defense and Space, of which 630 corresponded to Spain due to the financial problems that this division “dragged” in recent years and the lack of orders. However, the coronavirus crisis has aggravated the situation. As the manufacturer has argued, many of the areas where work related to commercial part, or with other companies like Boeing, are being very punished by the crisis. In addition, the company has reported that reductions or restrictions are expected in...
    “I have a Black husband! I have a Black husband!” It seems that the nation has another Karen on the loose. According to a video published on Tuesday, Karlos Dillard, a Black man based in Seattle, was driving and was cut off by the unnamed white woman. In the video clip, he repeatedly states that she cut him off, flipped him, and called him the n-word. Instead of letting the offense ride, he followed her to confront the indignities. READ MORE: Oakland man goes viral for roasting would be ‘Karen’ After he flicked the door open, the woman went on an over 5-minute tantrum, screaming deliriously that she was being assaulted — an accusation that has historically gotten Black men killed. In her hysteria, she not only acts as the victim, crying out as if being attacked by the man, but also reveals that her husband is a Black man. Dillard posted the following on his Instagram: “Karen got caught with her road rage. I’m literally not leaving my house anymore. This Karen cut me off, break checked me and...
    British journalist Omid Scobie has denied Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's royal biography is being redrafted. The Royal editor of Harper's Bazaar, who has accompanied Prince Harry, 35, and Meghan Markle, 38, on a variety of royal tours, announced the release of Finding Freedom last month, which he co-wrote with Carolyn Durand. However this week The Sun reported that royal aides fear the new book could 'paint Prince William as the bad guy' and cause a fresh rift within the Royal Family, as well as result in potential repercussions for the future monarch. Following reports that the book is being rewritten ahead of its release in two months, Omid took to Twitter to deny the reports on Sunday. British journalist Omid Scobie has denied Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's (seen in London in March) royal biography is being redrafted Sharing an old tweet stating 'Any 'insider' claiming to know what's in the book is simply throwing guesses out there', he wrote: LOL at having to retweet this every week.  'Also, just to add, reports suggesting that the book is being 'redrafted' are...
    Ashley Graham is sporting a new look -- for now. The 32-year-old model took to Instagram on Thursday to reveal that she broke one of her teeth while enjoying a tasty treat. In the video shared online, Graham speaks to the camera while covering her mouth. ROSARIO DAWSON MOVING TO NEW JERSEY TO BE NEAR BOYFRIEND SEN. CORY BOOKER "Shout out to Linda Graham for making the best oatmeal cookies in the world and putting them in the freezer," Graham said with a slight lisp. "And having your daughter break her tooth on them." As she finished her sentence, the model removed her hand from her face to reveal that one of her upper front teeth had been broken and was nearly gone. To finish the brief clip, Graham let out a scoff with a smile. RAVEN-SYMONÉ SECRETLY MARRIES MIRANDA MADAY IN BACKYARD CEREMONY In the comments, fans of Graham's offered her praise for being so open about the incident. "Omg! You are a champ for showing this video!" wrote a follower. "This is why the world loves you!" "Omg," said...
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