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    He always makes sure to make a fashion statement with his look.  And Kanye West stepped out with mystery red marks on his face and a Balenciaga mouth guard as he arrived at the Givenchy show during Paris Fashion Week.  The rapper, 45 - who now goes by Ye - donned an all-black ensemble consisting of a hoodie and straight leg trousers for the event on Sunday. Statement: Kanye West, 45, stepped out with mystery red marks on his face and a Balenciaga mouth guard as he arrived at the Givenchy show during Paris Fashion Week Kanye's dark grey T-shirt peaked out from beneath his hoodie and he added a pair of £595 black Balenciaga x Crocs chunky rubber boots.  RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Emily Ratajkowski displays her sporty style in black... Kim Kardashian gives a behind-the-scenes look at Dolce &... Bella Hadid flashes her washboard abs in a low-waisted midi... Kylie Jenner shows off her impeccable style in a pink... Share this article Share He pulled up his hood over a...
    Harry Styles is 'constantly on his guard' and fears being followed by his stalker, who forced their way into the star's London home when Styles was in the house. Stalker Pablo Orero Taragaza, 29, gained access to the grounds of Harry Styles' home in February after being mistaken for a delivery worker. She then broke into the house while the singer was upstairs and fought a construction worker while the As It Was singer was upstairs. Wood Green Crown Court heard the stalker was finally forced out of the home after having to be 'prised' from a wall. Orero previously pleaded guilty to breaching a restraining order in 2019 after she was previously convicted of stalking. Pablo Tarazaga-Orero, 26, (pictured outside Hendon Magistrates Court in North West London, October 2019) stalked the singer's house and ambushed him when he went jogging A judge said Harry Styles 'has been caused a great deal of anxiety and he's constantly on his guard wherever he goes' by the stalker  RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Olivia Wilde stuns in plunging white...
    Los Angeles Clippers guard John Wall has admitted he thought about committing suicide while dealing with the struggles of his past three years. Wall hasn't been on the court for majority of the last few seasons, with the 31-year-old having to deal with a multitude of serious injuries. In a searingly honest interview with the Salvation Army this week, he revealed that the combination of those fitness struggles with some issues in his personal life led to suicidal thoughts.  'I thought about committing suicide. Tearing my Achilles, my mom passing, my grandma dying a year later, in the midst of COVID,' Wall said. 'Me going to chemotherapy, sitting by my mom taking her last breaths wearing the same clothes for 3 days straight.' The Achilles tear Wall alludes to was the final, and perhaps the worst, in a long stretch of injuries dating back to the 2017-2018 season. John Wall says that he was in a dark place and considered suicide while away from basketball “I thought about committing suicide. Tearing my Achilles, my mom passing, my grandma dying a...
    Former President Donald Trump released a statement on Tuesday attacking the House select committee investigating the Jan. 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol and repeated a debunked claim surrounding the attack, which has become a standard talking point on the right. “The Unselect Committee of Political Thugs has not devoted one hour to the massive Election Fraud and Irregularities that took place in the 2020 Presidential Election, the reason that hundreds of thousands of people went to Washington on January 6th. When will they start?” Trump said in a statement released by his Save America Pac. “The Unselects also refuse to look at why Crazy Nancy Pelosi and the Mayor of D.C. turned down from 10-20,000 troops. Why is this, I wonder?” he added. On July 26th, the Jan. 6 Committee released a clip of testimony from Trump’s former acting Defense Secretary Chris Miller saying there was no order given to have military personal ready ahead of Jan. 6 – including the National Guard. “To remove any doubt: Not only did Donald Trump fail to contact his Secretary of...
    Former acting Defense Secretary Chris Miller testified to the House Jan. 6 committee that former President Donald Trump never ordered 10,000 troops to be ready to deploy to the Capitol on Jan. 6 despite his repeated claims. Trump and former chief of staff Mark Meadows previously claimed that the administration had 10,000 National Guard troops ready to deploy to the Capitol. Miller told the committee that there was no "accuracy" to those statements in a new deposition video released by the panel on Tuesday. "I was never given any direction or order or knew of any plans of that nature," Miller told the committee, adding that he was "surprised by seeing that publicly" because there was "no order from the president." Miller explained that "obviously we had plans for activating more folks but that was not anything more than contingency planning." "There was no official message traffic or anything of that nature," he added. Pressed again on whether the Defense Department had 10,000 troops ready for Jan. 6, Miller said that a "nonmilitary person could have some sort of weird...
    What happened next? Police told WPVI the guard was shot once in the left shoulder and grazed in the forehead, after which he was taken to an area hospital and listed in critical but stable condition. No other injuries were reported, the station added. The guard's vehicle and another unattended parked vehicle were hit by gunfire, WPVI said. Investigators are trying to track down four male suspects connected to the attack, the station reported, adding that authorities have obtained video they hope will help identify them. 'I still love it here' Neighbors who heard the shootout are nervous, WPVI said. "The gentleman is a nice person, and I'm really surprised this happened here," neighbor Robert Haz told the station. "The violence is encroaching us so closely, it's scary, but I still love it here," resident Nancy Jackson added to WPVI. Anyone with information can call police at 215-686-TIPS, the station said. (H/T: Police Tribune)
    A Milwaukee drug den security guard murdered six people in the stash house that he was supposed to protect, then took a selfie wearing the glasses of one of the victims while others lay dead on the floor, authorities say. Travis Birkley, 34, the 'house gun' at the home of Michelle and Donta Williams, was charged on Saturday with slaying six people during a 'robbery gone bad,' according to a criminal complaint. The couple had taken Birkley into their home after he had lost his housing.  They allegedly hired him to stand lookout over the synthetic marijuana business run out of the house. Synthetic marijuana is a highly-dangerous substance that contains man-made chemicals that act on the same cell receptors in the brain as THC does in natural marijuana.  But synthetic marijuana is known to have psychotic effects on some users, including extreme anxiety, confusion, paranoia and even hallucinations.  Travis Birkley, 34, and his cousin killed six people in a 'robbery gone bad' inside a Milwaukee drug house A confidential witness told police that she had been to the home on January...
    This is the moment a Queen’s Guard member appears to overbalance and topple over as he marches in front of his Buckingham Palace sentry box, before swiftly clambering back to his feet. Dressed in the grey coats of the Household Division's winter dress, the man marches towards the sentry box, arms swinging. The footage which was filmed in January, with the guard in winter dress worn from November to March each year, quickly racked up more than 38,000 likes within hours of it being posted on TikTok yesterday. @cohu Tough day in the office… #london #queen #queensguard #fyp ♬ original sound - COHU It video shows the guard as he approaches the box, swinging his right leg into the air, as his left foot slides from beneath him, before hitting the floor As he hits the floor, right leg in the air, the man uses the momentum of his fall to push himself back upright Kneeling and then standing back up, the guard manages to keep his rifle, which is fitted with a bayonet, on his left shoulder throughout After getting back...
    Chicago Bulls guard Zach LaVine underwent arthroscopic surgery on his left knee Tuesday after playing through discomfort and swelling for most of the 2021-22 season. LaVine’s surgery took place at the Cedars-Sinai Kerlan-Jobe Institute in Los Angeles, where he lives during the offseason, and he’s expected to make a full recovery, the Bulls said in a statement. The left knee was already a concern for LaVine, who tore his ACL in 2017. He spent the week before this season’s All-Star break in Los Angeles to receive cortisone and platelet-rich plasma injections, missing two games. LaVine continued to miss games throughout the final third of the regular season, struggling with pain and discomfort during games and on the bench. Despite injuries to his knee and thumb and his second and third bouts with COVID-19, LaVine averaged 24.4 points and 4.5 assists this season and earned a second straight All-Star selection. He enters his first summer as an unrestricted free agent at the conclusion of this season. LaVine invited speculation about his next step when he declined to commit to re-signing with...
    A senior member of Iran's powerful Revolutionary Guard was shot dead in his car outside his home in Tehran today by unidentified gunmen on a motorbike, state TV reported. Iran's Revolutionary Guards said that one of its officers, Colonel Hassan Sayyad Khodaei, was the victim of the rare assassination. The two assailants shot Khodaei five times in his unarmored Iranian-made Kia Pride, it was said. Reports identified Khodaei only as a 'defender of the shrine' - a reference to Iranians in the Guard's elite Quds force who oversee foreign operations. The semi-official ISNA news agency reported that members of an Israeli intelligence service network had been discovered and arrested by the Guards. Although the Guard gave only scant detail about the attack, the group blamed the killing on 'global arrogance' - a code typically used to refer to the United States and Israel.  There was no immediate claim of responsibility for the attack and the Israeli Prime Minister's Office has declined to comment on events in Tehran. Iran's Revolutionary Guards said that one of its officers, Colonel Hassan Sayyad Khodaei, was...
    Getty Golden State Warriors guard Gary Payton II battles for possession of the ball during a bout with the Atlanta Hawks. Following a difficult series with the Grizz, the Golden State Warriors are now just four wins away from punching their ticket to the NBA Finals. And after the events of Sunday, they now know the team they’ll have to beat in order to book a return to the championship round — the Dallas Mavericks. Thanks to Luka Doncic and Spencer Dinwiddie, who scored a combined 65 points in the contest, the Mavs were able to blow out the Suns in Phoenix to the tune of a 123-90 Game 7 win. While Dallas has gained steam with each passing postseason game, the Warriors have to feel good about their chances, especially given their home-court advantage in the series. However, they’ll be missing at least one of their key players when the Western Conference Finals tip-off on Wednesday in Gary Payton II. The breakout baller has been on the shelf since suffering an elbow fracture at the hands of...
    US Marshals have released surveillance footage from a car wash in Indiana that they believe show runaway murder suspect Casey White. Investigators got a tip that a 2006 Ford F-150 was abandoned at a car wash in Evansville, according to Al.com. The car wash is about 175 mi north of Williamson County, Tennessee, where the orange SUV that Casey and his jailer Vicky White used to get away was discovered on Thursday. Photos from the surveillance camera show a man standing behind the truck in a pink polo shirt, khaki pants and a black baseball cap. Investigators believe the man may be Casey White.  The potential sighting comes after authorities revealed that Vicky was spotted buying men's clothes at a Kohl's department store in the week before she helped Casey break out of jail. She was also seen visiting a sex shop. The search for the pair continues, with authorities offering up to $25,000 for information leading to their capture. Robert McBay, 29, served time in jail with Casey and says the runaway convict is prone to episodes of rage and...
    An attorney who used to represent escaped murderer Casey White says his jail guard lover was likely the mastermind behind his prison break. Dale Bryant was the defense attorney for Casey when he was sentenced in 2019 on counts of attempted murder, kidnapping, robbery, burglary and other felonies dating back to 2015. Bryant claims while the 6ft 9in inmate has a lengthy criminal history and escaped from jail before, his most recent getaway - which took place 11 days ago - was 'far too thorough and too far-thinking'. 'That is not Casey's MO,' Bryant told Newsweek on Sunday. 'None of his crimes were planned. They are all short sighted; in the moment crimes.' He added: 'Even his prior escape attempt from the same county jail was spontaneous.' The attorney also noted footage of their escape suggests jail guard Vicky White, who was in a more than two-year relationship with Casey, looks more worrisome than him. 'If you notice in the video of the two leaving the jail, Casey's body language does not look like someone that is hiding something,' Bryant...
    JACK GREALISH has splashed £40,000 on two new guard dogs. The Manchester City ace has opted to bolster his security by bringing two more Chaperone K9 dogs onboard. 3Jack Grealish has splashed out two new guard dogs 3The Man City star crashed out of the Champions League this weekCredit: Rex Grealish has used Chaperone K9's services before - snapping up a Belgian Malinois pooch two years ago. The firm are popular among footballers - counting the likes of Raheem Sterling, Dele Alli, Marcus Rashford and Rio Ferdinand among their previous clients. Man City midfielder Grealish has seen his profile grow exponentially in the two years since buying his previous guard dog. He has become an England regular, gaining a cult following during last year's Euros. Read More Football StoriesJACK THE LAD Jack Grealish looking to score with Love Island hopeful after liking her pics Grealish endured Champions League disappointment this week, missing two late chances before his side squandered a 5-3 aggregate lead. The former Aston Villa ace was among City's glum travelling party as they returned to the UK...
    The murder suspect who escaped from an Alabama jail on Friday is a 'dangerous monster' who promised to kill his ex-girlfriend if he ever got out in 2015. Casey White, 38, broke into a home in Athens and ordered two men inside to get down on the ground at gunpoint, according to court documents. He fired multiple shots and left bullet holes in the wall during the rampage. His ex-girlfriend managed to escape. Two young children were found hiding in the basement, while a dog was found shot dead in a hallway, Fox News reports. 'He stated that he wanted to kill her and have the police kill him,' according to a police report from December 2015. 'His only regret was that neither was successful. He stated that if he was released he would kill the victim.' He was eventually convicted on nine counts including attempted murder, kidnapping and animal cruelty and sentenced to 75 years in prison. While serving time, he confessed to killing 59-year-old Connie Ridgeway in a murder-for-hire plot two months before the crime spree. The 6ft 9in inmate...
    Getty Golden State Warriors guard Gary Payton II celebrates during a game against the Minnesota Timberwolves. It’s official — Draymond Green will be back in the lineup for the Golden State Warriors on Monday night when they play host to the Washington Wizards. And given the multitude of ways the team has been out of whack since he went down with a disc injury, his return couldn’t have come sooner. That said, the Warriors need a handful of other returns to occur before they can call themselves whole once again. Notably, Otto Porter, Andre Iguodala and Gary Payton II continue to be sidelined with injuries. While all three players have been missed, Payton’s absence has arguably been the biggest blow of the bunch. In addition to thrilling fans with his dazzling dunks and lockdown D, the breakout guard has consistently been one of Golden State’s most impactful players. Read More From Heavy Bet on the Warriors Risk-Free This Week For the year, his net rating checks in at 9.3 — the No. 4 mark on the team behind...
    "The ink has slightly penetrated into the paint layer since the titanium white used to paint the faces is not covered with author’s varnish, as is often the case in abstract painting of that time," the newspaper stated, according to a Google translation. "Fortunately, the vandal drew with a pen without strong pressure, and therefore the relief of the strokes as a whole was not disturbed. The left figure also had a small crumble of the paint layer up to the underlying layer on the face." Repairs are expected to cost about only about 250,000 rubles, or $4,600, the Guardian noted. In December 2021, shortly after the vandalism was discovered, the Ministry of Internal Affairs in Russia declined to initiate a criminal case since the damage was "insignificant." "In this case, there are no signs of a crime under Art. 167 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation, since the picture has not lost its properties," a resolution read. But after complaints, the ministry reversed course and launched an investigation. The Age reported that the suspect faces a fine...
    A BORED gallery security guard drew eyes on this valuable painting — on his first day on the job. The 60-year-old used a pen to doodle on the £750,000 Anna Leporskaya piece called Three Figures (1932-34). 2A bored security guard doodled eyes on a £750,000 painting, pictured, on his first day on the jobCredit: Newsflash 2The painting, from the Tretyakov Gallery collection, is currently being worked on by experts in a bid to restore it to its former gloryCredit: Newsflash He caused £2,500 damage to the artwork at the Yeltsin Centre in Yekaterinburg, Russia. The vandal has been fired and could face jail. The painting, from the Tretyakov Gallery collection, is currently being worked on by experts in a bid to restore it to its former glory. Most read in The US SunFREAK SHOW Female fighter faces man 37st heavier than her in shocking cross-gender MMA boutTRAGIC TRUTH Bob Saget's cause of death revealed to be brain bleed after he hit his head'SHAME!' Khloe fans slam her ex Tristan as 'trash' after he shares first post...
    Brooklyn Nets point guard Kyrie Irving gave a detailed answer as to why he’s “standing on” his position of refusing the COVID vaccine.  No matter the number of scientists, healthcare workers, citizens and government officials working tirelessly to end the global coronavirus pandemic, nothing can persuade Kyrie Irving in regards to getting the COVID vaccine. According to Irving, he has “made his decision already” on whether or not to accept the COVID vaccine and is “standing on it.” Kyrie Irving gave a very long answer about his vaccination status, but he ended with: "Ive made my decision already and Im standing on it." — Matt Brooks (@MattBrooksNBA) January 17, 2022 “I’m not bringing science into the basketball game,” Irving said as he launched into a minute-long explanation of his current vaccine stance. It doesn’t look like Nets guard Kyrie Irving will get the COVID vaccine anytime soonWhile Irving’s refusal to get the vaccine caused tension earlier in the season when he wasn’t able to participate with the team, the Nets point guard has been allowed to contribute as...
    The Ravens placed offensive lineman Tyre Phillips on injured reserve Thursday, ending the versatile second-year player’s season after 10 games. Phillips, who entered the year as the starting left guard before taking over at right tackle for injured starter Patrick Mekari, injured his knee during a Week 15 loss to the Green Bay Packers on Dec. 19. It’s the second time he’s been knocked out this season after being carted off the field with a knee injury in the season opener against the Las Vegas Raiders. A third-round pick out of Mississippi State in 2020, Phillips started eight games his rookie season at right guard. He competed with Ben Powers, Ben Bredeson and fellow third-round pick Ben Cleveland for the left guard spot in training camp and started Week 1 before suffering a knee injury that kept him out five weeks. Since his return, Phillips has mostly played right tackle for Mekari, who the Ravens signed to a contract extension through 2024 on Thursday. Phillips graded poorly during his time at tackle, ranking 74th out of 84...
    A 22-year-old Colombian security guard was killed on his first day at work when he was shot at point-blank range as he tackled an armed robber. CCTV footage, captured on December 27 in the Colombian city of Cúcuta, shows Miguel Ángel García Naranjo sitting outside, dressed in his guard's uniform, when an armed man comes up behind him. In an attempt at intimidating the young guard, the armed man shoves the barrel of his handgun into Mr Naranjo's neck.
    Isaiah Wilson’s off-field history, commitment to football and fitness all were major concerns when he signed with the Giants’ practice squad on Sept. 30. So it was encouraging on Wednesday to hear Andrew Thomas, Wilson’s Georgia teammate, endorse the practice squad lineman’s start with the team. “I think Isaiah definitely has his head on straight,” Thomas said Wednesday. “He’s trying to learn. He’s trying to get the playbook. We’ve sat down and had a couple talks because a lot of our scheme at Georgia was pretty similar. So just translating the terms was the biggest thing for him, and he’s learning pretty well.” Thomas also said Wilson, who played right tackle at Georgia, is adjusting to his move inside to guard with the Giants. “Moving him inside, playing a little bit more guard, he played tackle in college, so we’ll see how he does with that,” Thomas said. Wilson, 22, is a developmental project for the Giants. He is working on losing weight and getting in football shape, which will take time. He is not...
    Franklin Barrett Sechriest, 18, has been arrested and charged with arson for setting a synagogue in Austin, Texas, on fire on Halloween around 9pm A former Texas State Guard has been arrested for allegedly setting fire to a synagogue on Halloween, causing $25,000 worth of damage - as cops reveal he then wrote about it in his series of journals which also described his disdain for Jewish people. Franklin Barrett Sechriest, 18, 'set an intentional fire' at Congregation Beth Israel synagogue in Austin around 9pm on October 31 and was charged with arson, which has a maximum prison sentence of 10 years.  According to a criminal complaint filed in Western Texas US District Court, investigators 'observed patterns consistent with the use of liquid accelerant,' suggesting Sechriest may used gasoline to ignite the fire. Surveillance footage from the synagogue's parking lot also showed Sechriest getting out of a black Jeep Cherokee wearing green utility pants, a black t-shirt and black face mask.  Cops found stickers with Nazi propaganda in Sechriest's car. One pictured swastikas bookending a quote that read: 'The price of freedom is...
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    Rod Stewart and his son Sean will avoid jail time and a potentially embarrassing trial that was set to start Tuesday for their role in a New Year's Eve fight at an upscale Palm Beach resort. DailyMail.com can exclusively reveal that Sir Rod's legal team reached a deal with prosecutors this week where Stewart and son are expected to plead no contest to the charge of simple battery. The father and son were charged with one misdemeanor count each after feisty 76-year-old Rod was caught on surveillance cameras at The Breakers Palm Beach throwing a punch at a security guard with Sean stepping into the tussle the night of December 31, 2019. In exchange for their plea, the singer and his 40-year-old son escape a conviction, criminal record and time behind bars, said their attorney Guy Fronstin. Rod Stewart, 76, and his son Sean, 40, will avoid jail time and a potentially embarrassing trial that was set to start Tuesday in Florida  The hotel's surveillance footage obtained exclusively by DailyMail.com last year showed Rod delivering a right hook...
    Getty Eagles starter Jalen Hurts is leading a Philly offense loaded with rookies and unknowns coming into the 2021 season. Offenses tend to be a tick or two behind defenses during the early days of training camps across the NFL. That’s been no different in South Philadelphia where the Eagles are learning a new system under first-year head coach Nick Sirianni. His offense has a few kinks to work out. The defense seemed to get the better of the offense during Saturday’s practice, especially when the starters were out there. All-Pro center Jason Kelce revealed the two sides tied the competitive portion – Sirianni has been awarding points to offense and defense every day – and credited the twos and threes for picking up the slack. Jason Kelce admits first-team offense was a little off on Saturday: "I think the defense got the better of us certainly in the situational competitive part yesterday which would have been the third down situational [stuff]." #Eagles #FlyEaglesFly — Michael Greger (@mike_greger) August 9, 2021 “Obviously as someone on the starting unit...
    Greg Abbott gave the Texas National Guard on Tuesday state arrest authority for migrants encountered illegally at the border as it was revealed illegal border jumpers with COVID-19 are being released into the state's communities. The Texas governor sent a letter to the state's National Guard adjutant general Major General Tracy R. Norris ordering guardsmen to assist the Texas Department of Public Safety wtth arrests related to the border crisis. 'To respond to this disaster and secure the rule of law at our Southern border, more manpower is needed—in addition to the troopers from the Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) and soldiers from the Texas National Guard I have already deployed there—and DPS needs help in arresting those who are violating state law,' Abbott wrote in the letter. He added: 'By virtue of the power and authority vested in me by the Constitution and laws of the State of Texas, I hereby order that the Texas National Guard assist DPS in enforcing Texas law by arresting lawbreakers at the border.' The La Joya Police Department said that Border Patrol...
    House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy seethed with outrage at Speaker Nancy Pelosi on Wednesday during a press conference, denouncing her decision to block two of his appointees from serving on the select committee to study the Jan. 6 Capitol attack. But he seemed caught off guard when a reporter asked him if he stands by his previous commitment to testify about his phone conversation with former President Donald Trump in the middle of the insurrection. "On May 20th, in this room, I think you told us that you were prepared to testify about your conversation with President Trump on the afternoon of Jan. 6. Do you still stand by that? Are you prepared to testify about that conversation?" the reporter asked. In May, McCarthy had offered a short, "Sure. Next question," when asked about testifying. He has tried to downplay the significance of the conversation, but Democrats argued it was highly relevant during Trump's second impeachment. According to multiple reports, Trump told McCarthy of the people who were storming the Capitol, assaulting police, and stalling the work of Congress: "Well,...
    More On: nba finals 2021 Greek Freak’s masterpiece one of best Finals games ever Bucks win NBA title behind legendary Giannis performance Bucks, Suns share common thread in playoff misery Knicks could elect to pursue this guard in intriguing scenario After Chris Paul’s quest for his first championship ring ended Tuesday night when his Suns lost Game 6 of the NBA Finals 105-98 in Milwaukee, the point guard had a chance to say he couldn’t wait to return to Phoenix for another chance at a title. The 36-year-old didn’t quite say that, but gave a hint he would prefer to stay for a second season after guiding the Suns to unprecedented heights. Paul reportedly is leaning toward opting out of the $44 million final season of his contract to try for a three-year deal. But perhaps this Finals disappointment will change that view. It’s a big issue for Knicks brass because team president Leon Rose is Paul’s former agent and would make a push to sign him. “We just lost a few minutes ago, you know what I mean?,’’...
    A video shows the shocking moment a security guard beat up a patron at a local restaurant while throwing the man out of the establishment. The security guard appeared to punch and kick the man, as well as a woman who chose to get involved in the fight.  The incident appeared to take place at El Pulpo Restaurant in Dallas, as the name could be seen above the doorframe. It's not clear what preceded the violent incident, although a user on Twitter claimed that the man involved in the fight was drunk.   Video shows the shocking moment a security guard began beating up a patron at a restaurant The security guard could be seen punching a man in the face multiple times At one point, the man could be seen putting his hands up, seemingly asking for the beating to stop Nevertheless, the security guard decided to level another kick at the man RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Parents in America's wealthiest county launch campaign ad to... 'I was the...
    Austin Rivers. David Zalubowski/AP Images Austin Rivers joined the Nuggets midseason, his fourth team in three seasons and sixth team overall. Rivers explained that his new role is to play as hard as possible and be supportive off of the court. Rivers said he reflected on his career to adjust to his role and is now living his life "happier." Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. After a brief period without a team, veteran NBA guard Austin Rivers has a fresh perspective on playing a role with the Denver Nuggets. Rivers signed a three-year, $10 million contract with the New York Knicks over the offseason but fell out of the rotation after just a few weeks. After a period of not playing, the Knicks traded Rivers to the Oklahoma City Thunder in March. The Thunder waived Rivers, and he was then a free agent for several weeks before joining the Nuggets on a 10-day contract. He recently signed with them for the rest of the season. On Wednesday, after scoring 25 points to help the Nuggets beat...
    Heavily armed members of a Minnesota militia group stood guard outside a church on Wednesday, where mourners gathered to view the body of Daunte Wright. Wright's mother Katie, accompanied by Reverend Al Sharpton, stroked her son's hair as he lay in the open casket. Wright called her moments before he was shot and killed, asking for advice on how to handle the situation. Wright, a 20-year-old black man, was shot and killed by a white police officer, Kimberly Potter, on April 11 during a traffic stop when she allegedly mistook her gun for a Taser. His shooting in Brooklyn Center, a Minneapolis suburb, set off protests that cast a shadow over the trial 10 miles away in downtown Minneapolis of Derek Chauvin, for the death of George Floyd. Katie Wright, the mother of Daunte Wright, strokes his hair as Rev Al Sharpton looks on A member of the Minnesota Freedom Fighters militia group stands guard on Wednesday Daunte Wright, 20, was shot and killed by a white police officer on April 11 in Brooklyn Center For a...
              Senator Tim Kaine (D-Virginia) appeared on the Virginia Hospital and Healthcare Association (VHHA) Patients Come First podcast on Sunday. Kaine explained two upcoming financial relief packages, provided an update on Virginia’s COVID-19 vaccine distribution, explained his Medicare-X Choice Act, and detailed his COVID-19 symptoms. “It was very odd. So, I had my whole staff state to telecom on March 11, [2020] because there had started to be some spread of COVID in the Capitol,” he said. “In late March I all of the sudden got hit with like a blizzard of severe allergic reactions. Pink eye, skin rashes that would pop up on one part of my body and then go away and then pop up somewhere else.” Kaine said he thought it was an allergic reaction. “I didn’t have the traditional symptoms – respiratory problems or fatigue,” he said. When he got home, his wife developed the traditional COVID-19 symptoms, and doctors told them they likely had COVID-19, a fact that was confirmed by antibody testing later. His wife recovered with no...
    Donald Trump said Sunday he requested 10,000 National Guard troops deployed to Washington, D.C. before January 6 after realizing his rally would be larger than anticipated – but says the request was rejected by congressional leaders. In his latest defense, the former president told Fox News late Sunday evening that he was not actually watching the events unfold in real-time and claimed he reacted immediately when he was alerted to the ongoing attack on the Capitol. His assertion comes after his anticipated return to the political scene on Sunday at the Conservative Political Action Conference, where he delivered a 90-minute keynote address to a crowd of adoring supporters. Trump insisted he wanted the National Guard on standby to deploy to the nation's capital, and told Fox's 'The Next Revolution' host Steve Hilton that he was under the impression the message was conveyed to congressional leaders, including House Speaker Nancy Pelosi. The former president said his understanding is that the request for troops was rejected because leaders in Congress didn't like the optics of 10,000 troops at the Capitol. 'So, you...
    Already holding back tears, he began his speech by thanking “his friends” and family gathered under a large American flag in New Castle, Delaware, on a National Guard base named in memory of his late son Beau Biden. of a cancer. Lhe President-elect of the United States Joe Biden left Delaware for Washington on Tuesday, evoking, during a very emotional speech, his love for this state, the memory of his deceased son as well as his own death. “Well, excuse my emotion, when I die, Delaware will be written in my heart,” said the Democrat, who will become the 46th American president on Wednesday, echoing the words of Irish author James Joyce. At 78, Joe Biden, proud of his Irish origins, will be the oldest American president to take office. Already holding back tears, he began his speech by thanking “his friends” and family gathered under a large American flag in New Castle, Delaware, on a National Guard base named in memory of his late son Beau Biden. of a cancer “I have only one regret, is that...
    VIDEO6:2906:29President-elect Biden delivers emotional remarks before departing DelawareNews Videos Before departing Delaware for his inauguration in Washington, President-elect Joe Biden on Tuesday delivered an emotional paean to his longtime home and his late son, Beau Biden. Biden, who is set to take office Wednesday, choked up at the top of his brief remarks at the Delaware National Guard headquarters in New Castle, which was named after Beau in 2016 following his death a year earlier at age 46. "It's kind of emotional for me," Biden said, wiping tears from his eyes before praising Delaware as "the state that loves our children and our grandchildren, and loved our Beau, and he so loved you right back." "It's deeply personal that our next journey to Washington starts here, a place that defines the very best of who we are as Americans," Biden said. "I know these are dark times, but there's always light. That's what makes this state so special. That's what it taught me," Biden said.President-Elect Joe Biden wipes his eye as he speaks at Major Joseph R. "Beau" Biden...
    (CNN)President-elect Joe Biden arrives in Washington Tuesday for the start of his inaugural ceremonies at a dark and solemn moment in American history, preparing to take his oath of office as the US approaches 400,000 coronavirus deaths and is more divided than at any time since the Civil War.When he announced his run for the presidency in 2019, Biden said he was inspired to seek the nation's highest office after watching President Donald Trump's dismissive handling of the deadly White supremacist rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, when he said there were "very fine people on both sides." Now intent on healing a deeply fractured country, Biden's task has never seemed more daunting after Trump incited a riot with his lies that the presidential election was stolen, which led an armed mob to storm the Capitol on January 6 and resulted in the deaths of five people, including a Capitol Police officer.Biden Transition Analysis: What does Biden's diverse Cabinet mean for a divided country Biden crafts inaugural address to unify a country in crisis Biden administration braces for new wave...
    Donald Trump has been urged not to 'degrade himself' and his voters with a slew of dubious pardons as he leaves the White House, as Pamela Anderson pleaded for her friend Julian Assange to be granted a reprieve. The president is expected on Tuesday to issue up to 100 pardons for people including white collar criminals, rappers and friends. The White House held a meeting on Sunday to finalize the list of pardons, two sources told CNN: Trump and his family are not believed to be on the list. Yet on the eve of the pardons, Tucker Carlson, the Fox News host who the president reliably tuned in to, urged him not to grant the full list of the rumored recipients - among them rapper Lil Wayne, who pleaded guilty to gun charges, and Dr Salomon Melgen, a prominent eye doctor from Trump's hometown of Palm Beach, Florida, who is in prison after being convicted on dozens of counts of health care fraud. 'Pardoning Lil Wayne? Some Medicare fraud criminal from Florida?' asked Carlson, incredulously. Tucker Carlson on Monday...
    (CBSMiami)- Miami Heat guard Jimmy Butler became a father in October 2019 with the birth of his daughter Rylee. Like every parent, Butler’s perspective on life has shifted since welcoming Rylee to the world. In an interview published in GQ Thursday, the Heat guard explained some of the lessons he’s hoping to impart to Rylee. “I got to make sure that women are on the same level as men now, because that’s what I’m going to teach her,” Butler said. “Anything a man can do, you can do. With my blood running through your veins, we’re not intimidated by anybody, no matter what color their skin is, if they’re male, female, how tall they are, how fast. We don’t care. You’re going to be the best.” That mindset and determination is what got Butler to where he is today, an NBA star fresh off a performance in last summer’s bubble that carried the Heat to the NBA Finals. Butler did admit that his workout routine, famous for starting at 4:00 a.m., has changed slightly since the birth of Rylee, telling...
    It is rare in the NBA for a player to praise another player from an opposing team. It is even rarer when this happens when the two teams are supposed to go up against each other in three hours’ time. This was exactly what happened when Nuggets’ Jamal Murray showed his open support for Kyrie Irving. The 23-YO point guard has been enjoying a great season so far, taking more offensive responsibility for the team. Murray has said on many occasions that his goal is very high and that he won’t settle for mediocrity. Now, him supporting a competitor further shows the stuff that he is made of. December 12, 2020; San Francisco, California, USA; Denver Nuggets guard Jamal Murray (27) shoots the basketball against Golden State Warriors guard Stephen Curry (30) during the first quarter at Chase Center. Mandatory Credit: Kyle Terada-USA TODAY Sports When Nuggets’ rising star defended the Nets’ vet Out of the 12 games that the Nets have played so far, Kyrie has shown up in just seven. Now, the concern is not the fewer number...
    BALTIMORE (WJZ) — A security guard at the Popeyes on Pulaski Highway in Baltimore was injured during an argument where a person spit in his face, then came back and shot at the restaurant, injuring the security guard Sunday night, police said. Medical personnel said the guard’s injuries came from flying debris from the window shattering, not a gunshot wound. Officers were called to the 3400 block of Pulaski Highway at 9:15 p.m. where they found the security guard, a 35-year-old man, suffering from a graze wound due to gunfire. Police learned the victim and the suspect got into an argument and the suspect spit in the victim’s face before leaving the Popeyes. Moments later, police said the suspect returned in a car circling the parking lot and discharged a firearm into the Popeyes. The security guard was injured and the business’ window was shattered. Anyone with information is urged to contact Southeast District Shooting detectives, at 410-396-2422. Those who wish to remain anonymous can utilize the Metro Crime Stoppers tip line, at 1-866-7LOCKUP.  You can also submit an online...
    BALTIMORE (WJZ) — A security guard at the Popeyes on Pulaski Highway in Baltimore was injured during an argument where a person spit in his face, then came back and shot him Sunday night, police said. Officers were called to the 3400 block of Pulaski Highway at 9:15 p.m. where they found the security guard, a 35-year-old man, suffering from a graze wound due to gunfire. Police learned the victim and the suspect got into an argument and the suspect spit in the victim’s face before leaving the Popeyes. Moments later, police said the suspect returned in a car circling the parking lot and discharged a firearm into the Popeyes. The security guard was injured and the business’ window was shattered. Anyone with information is urged to contact Southeast District Shooting detectives, at 410-396-2422. Those who wish to remain anonymous can utilize the Metro Crime Stoppers tip line, at 1-866-7LOCKUP.  You can also submit an online text tip to Metro Crime Stoppers.
    The Los Angeles Lakers kick-started the 2020 NBA Finals by winning the first two games in the series. But soon after, they faced the wrath of Jimmy Butler, who unleashed himself in the subsequent games. That’s when LeBron James decided to take matters into his own hands.  A couple of early injuries to their starters left the Miami Heat handicapped early in the series. Following the unfortunate events, the entire responsibility fell on Butler, who took on the challenge by himself.  Mandatory Credit: Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports The 30-year-old stretched the series till Game 6 by posting two triple-doubles in Games 3 and 5. LeBron James felt he had enough after Miami won Game 5 on the back of Danny Green’s vital miss. The King wanted to take control of guarding Butler to limit his impact on the court.  Of course, that is what leaders do. They take on the best player in the opposition and give them a hard time. Over the years LeBron James has proved how good of a defender he is, and he replicated the same...
    When the NBA players arrived in the Orlando bubble, a lot of them complained about it, and understandably so. From the food to the residence, players found problems with a lot of the facilities that were provided. However, in retrospect, Boston Celtics defensive juggernaut Marcus Smart liked the experience. He says the bubble turned out to be “pretty damn great.” Smart wrote a Players Tribune article entitled, “This Article Is Not About Basketball” where he opened up about his experience in the bubble, among other things. Coming into the bubble, Smart predicted a nightmare. No friends, no family, and no home-cooked meals. He admitted that he was “ready for it to suck.” But surprisingly, it was just the opposite for him. And it was the disconnect from the everyday things that he felt was the best part. He wrote, “Not the food, necessarily, or the atmosphere, or us not winning the whole thing in the end, but just the actual bubble part of it — the quiet.” ALSO READ- “Makes Winning Plays”: NBA Veteran Appreciates Marcus Smart For His Style Of...
    Sen. John Cornyn, R-Texas, accused President Donald Trump of letting "his guard down" in handling the coronavirus pandemic after announcing his diagnosis last week, according to the Houston Chronicle. "I think he let his guard down, and I think in his desire to try to demonstrate that we are somehow coming out of this and that the danger is not still with us — I think he got out over his skis," Cornyn said. "And frankly, I think its a lesson to all of us that we need to exercise self-discipline." For example, Cornyn said Trumps closing travel from China and signing coronavirus aid packages "demonstrated the seriousness of the virus." However, he said Trump sometimes "creates confusion" when talking about coronavirus. "He tries to balance that with saying, Well you know, we got this. And clearly we dont have this," Cornyn said. "I think the biggest mistake people make in public life is not telling the truth, particularly in something with as much public interest as here because you know the real story is going to come out." Coryn...
    Bradley Cortright October 5, 2020 0 Comments Sen. John Cornyn (R-Texas) says the news that President Donald Trump contracted COVID-19 should be a “lesson to all of us.” Cornyn told the Houston Chronicle editorial board, “I think he let his guard down, and I think in his desire to try to demonstrate that we are somehow coming out of this and that the danger is not still with us.” “I think he got out over his skis, and frankly, I think it’s a lesson to all of us that we need to exercise self-discipline,” he added.  Cornyn’s comments come after he was asked about Trump’s aversion to wearing masks and his decision to continue to hold events with social distancing. However, Cornyn said the president “demonstrated the seriousness of the virus” by implementing a travel restriction on China and signing coronavirus aide bills. Still, he said the president’s messaging “creates confusion.” “He tries to balance that with saying, ‘Well, you know, we got this.’ And clearly, we don’t have this,” he said, adding, “I think the biggest mistake people make in public...
    Senator John Cornyn (R-TX) offered some rare criticism of President Donald Trump’s pandemic leadership as the coronavirus continues to sweep through the White House and the top echelons of the GOP. In a series of comments to the Houston Chronicle, Cornyn defended the president’s policies even as he said the president sowed “confusion” about the severity of Covid-19. The senator conceded that its “not easy to try to get things done working with him or the White House,” and addressed Trump’s coronavirus infection by saying “I think he let his guard down.” Here’s what else Cornyn told the Chronicle: I think in his desire to try to demonstrate that we are somehow coming out of this and that the danger is not still with us…I think he got out over his skis and frankly, I think it’s a lesson to all of us that we need to exercise self discipline. The senator went on to offer his disapproval for Trump’s oft-repeated claim that the country has the virus under control. “I think the biggest mistake people make...
    Sen. John CornynJohn CornynThe Hill's Morning Report - Trump, first lady in quarantine after testing positive for COVID-19 Hillicon Valley: Senate panel votes to subpoena Big Tech executives | Amazon says over 19,000 workers tested positive for COVID-19 | Democrats demand DHS release report warning of election interference On The Money: GOP cool to White House's .6T coronavirus price tag | Company layoffs mount as pandemic heads into fall | Initial jobless claims drop to 837,000 MORE (R-Texas) said Monday that President TrumpDonald John TrumpQuestions remain unanswered as White House casts upbeat outlook on Trump's COVID-19 fight White House staffers get email saying to stay home if they experience coronavirus symptoms White House says 'appropriate precautions' were taken for Trump's outing to see supporters MORE “let his guard down” on the coronavirus, in some of the toughest comments yet from a GOP lawmaker about the president’s handling of the virus after Trump announced his positive test late Thursday night. “I think he let his guard down, and I think in his desire to try to demonstrate that we are somehow...
    Cruz MorcilloFOLLOWMadrid Updated: 09/18/2020 11:55 AM Save The Civil Guard arrested last night Eugenio DV, 28 years old, a neighbor of Manuela Chavero, 42, disappeared four years ago in Monesterio. The arrested man lives very close to the victim’s house, on the same street a few houses away, and both Manuela and his family have known him since he was a child. “They played together,” explains Emilia, Manuela’s sister, who has also known the now detainee her whole life. As ABC has learned, the individual has recognized the facts and has shown himself willing to collaborate with the agents so that the body can be found. He has designated an agricultural and livestock farm that he owns as the place where he buried the woman’s body. The UCO and agents of the Command will record the terrain marked by the individual in the next few hours. As he explained, that farm is no longer his property, but he has sold it. Manuela Chavero, a neighbor of Monesterio, disappeared since July 4, 2016 – ABC The...
    Attorney General Barr suggests charging protesters with sedition in call to federal prosecutors La Quinta Resort near Palm Springs offers stunning scenery, socially distant rooms, sprawling grounds, and 41 pools — heres what its like to visit during the pandemic An Army veteran broke ranks with his Pittsburgh Steelers teammates by putting the name of a fallen soldier on his helmet instead of a police brutality victim, and it caught some of them off-guard © Keith Srakocic/AP Images Alejandro Villanueva during a 2019 game. Keith Srakocic/AP Images Pittsburgh Steelers offensive lineman Alejandro Villanueva, who is an Army veteran, wore the name of a fallen soldier on his helmet in Week 1. Other Steelers players wore the name of a Black teenager killed by police. Steelers teammates said they were unaware and surprised by Villanueva's decision, though head coach Mike Tomlin said he knew and approved of Villanueva's choice. In 2017, Villanueva watched the national anthem by himself in the locker room tunnel while Steelers players stayed back. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Offensive lineman Alejandro Villanueva...
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