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    The United States Department of Justice submitted a brief to United States District Judge Raymond Dearie – the special master in the ongoing saga of former President Donald Trump's hoard of top-secret documents at Mar-a-Lago – that it needs more time to procure a third-party vendor to digitize the materials. "Plaintiff informed us this morning that none of the five document-review vendors proposed by the government before last Tuesday’s preliminary conference were willing to be engaged by Plaintiff," the Tuesday filing states. "Based on applicable procurement regulations, the government is not able to select and engage a vendor before tomorrow (Wednesday, September 28, 2022)." It also reveals that "consistent with the Appointment Order, the government expects Plaintiff to pay the vendor’s invoices promptly when rendered." READ MORE: Donald Trump's special master rebukes judge for limiting his ability to do his job Additionally, the Justice Department maintains that even though Trump "makes three objections to the Amended Case Management Plan, the three objections are different" and that "all are without merit." Trump, the DOJ continues, "brought this civil, equitable proceeding. He...
    Tesla has recalled more than one million US vehicles because a fault with the automatic reversal system means it may not detect obstructions. This would increase the risk of injury. Tesla told the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration it will perform an over-the-air software update of the automatic window reversal system.  The recall covers some 2017-2022 Model 3, 2020-2021 Model Y, and 2021-2022 Model S and Model X vehicles. Tesla said it was not aware of any warranty claims, field reports, crashes, injuries, or deaths related to the recall.  Tesla has recalled more than on million vehicles, including some Model 3 cars (pictured)  This is a breaking news story, more to follow...  
    A Texas sheriff who has launched an investigation into possible human trafficking by the governors of Texas and Florida, after they flew a group of Venezuelan migrants unwittingly to Martha's Vineyard, on Tuesday said the United States should welcome migrants because restaurants needed the staff. On Tuesday, the 50 Venezuelan migrants who were flown to Martha's Vineyard filed a class action suit against Ron DeSantis, Florida's governor, who arranged the flight from Texas - arguing that they 'experienced cruelty akin to what they fled in their home country'. Javier Salazar, a Democrat whose district, Bexar County, includes the city of San Antonio, said the U.S. needed to rethink its attitude towards migrants, and said flying them across the country was not the solution. 'I think at some point you're going to have to embrace the fact that this is happening, to a certain extent,' he told CNN. Speaking hours after new Customs and Border Protection data showed that migrant arrivals had surpassed two million this year for the first time ever, Salazar said they were needed, as workers. He said...
    The U.S. Navy won't release additional footage of unidentified flying objects because doing so would 'harm national security.' A spokesperson for the military branch made the statement in response to a Freedom of Information Act request filed by the government transparency site The Black Vault - which has previously shared thousands of pages of UFO-related documents received from the CIA and other agencies.  The FOIA request dates to April 2020, just after the Navy released the now infamous videos shot by its pilots that depicted some type of unidentified high-tech aircraft moving in ways that seemed impossible.  The Black Vault had requested any and all other videos related to what the Navy prefers to call unidentified aerial phenomenon (UAP).  The U.S. Navy won't release additional footage of unidentified flying objects because doing so would 'harm national security' it stated in response to a FOIA request from The Black Vault. Above: a clip taken from a Navy cockpit in a training area and shows a spherical object floating by the aircraft The FOIA request dates to April 2020, just after the...
    Fox News anchor Tucker Carlson hit back on Thursday night against critics who called Queen Elizabeth a 'colonizer' and celebrated her death - insisting that the British Empire was something to be proud of, and calling it the most 'benign' empire the world had ever seen. Carlson spoke out after the queen's death was celebrated by some opinion writers, with one promising to dance on her grave and another describing her 70-year reign as 'devastating.' While millions around the world were mourning the death of the 96-year-old monarch, provocateurs were within hours of her death mocking the outpouring of grief - in some of the most esteemed publications in the United States. One Pennsylvania professor even said she hoped the queen's final hours of pain would 'be excruciating.' Carlson described them as 'ghouls' and said they were misguided. 'The British Empire was not perfect, but it was far more humane than any other ever,' Carlson said. 'It was an impressive place run by impressive people. 'We will see many empires going forward, but we will never see one so benign.'...
    A 46-year-old mother has given birth to identical triplets that she conceived naturally after being told she couldn't have any more children because her eggs were 'too old.'  Audrey Tiberius, from Utah, and her husband, Tyler Tiberius, 41, welcomed their triplet sons Sky, River, and Bay on March 30 after years of struggling with infertility. They are also parents to sons Marcus, 13, James, 11, Christian, 9, and Max, 7. She got pregnant at age 45, four years after a fertility specialist told her that the odds of her conceiving a child with in vitro fertilization (IVF) were just 10 percent. 'They said, "I'm sorry, your eggs are too old,"' Tiberius recalled in an interview with Today. 'We did three rounds of in vitro and they all failed.' Audrey Tiberius, 46, from Utah, and her husband, Tyler Tiberius, 41, welcomed their identical triplet sons Sky, River, and Bay on March 30 Tiberius got pregnant naturally at age 45, four years after a fertility specialist said the odds of her conceiving with in vitro fertilization (IVF) were just 10% The mom's triplets are now five months...
    Snorers may be more at risk of cancer, a study suggested today. But researchers now say it's not because they're more likely to be fat, a smoker or suffer from other health conditions. Swedish experts instead believe that it's something to do with the lack of oxygen they get during the night. Separate studies today also linked sleep apnoea with a decline in brain power and blood clots.  Millions of Britons and Americans suffer from the condition, when your breathing is interrupted during the night.  Usually, this presents itself as snoring — although the irritating, relationship-ruining noise is not always caused by it. Swedish researchers found people with worse obstructive sleep apnoea (OSA) — interrupted breathing at night — were at a higher risk of lung, prostate and skin cancer RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Reducing the amount of disruptions to your sleep and making... Mask your eyes when you go to bed, sit at the table and take... Share this article Share OBSTRUCTIVE SLEEP APNOEA  Obstructive sleep apnoea (OSA) occurs when the...
    A prolific sperm donor who has fathered 50 children said he has 15 more kids 'on the way'.  Kyle Gordy, 31, from Los Angeles, California, offers his sperm to single mothers and heterosexual couples who are struggling to conceive on their own. He promotes his services - which are free - through social media, and instead of going through a sperm bank, he gives his semen directly to the women. Kyle Gordy, 30, from California, has fathered 50 children around the globe with 15 more babies due to be born soon  One of the many families Kyle has helped: A lesbian couple (pictured) who used Kyle's sperm to conceive a longed-for baby  Kyle has fathered 50 children so far. Pictured above is another couple who have used his sperm to have a child  RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next 'It wasn't controversial': Buffy Sainte-Marie opens up about... Expert warns of increased cot death risk as parents suggest... Share this article Share Kyle explained that some people are uncomfortable using sperm banks since the...
    Key signs that a woman is suffering from heart disease or will soon suffer a potentially deadly cardiovascular issue are often missed because they are more subtle than they are in men, leading cardiologists warn. A report published by American Heart Association (AHA) warns that women are often diagnosed with heart disease later in life than men are despite no evidence they actually develop it later. This means that they are likely in a worse condition and starting treatment at a more degenerated state. Often-overlooked symptoms for heart disease include being able to walk for a shorter period of time and occasional trouble breathing. Experts at the AHA also warn that some symptoms that a woman may soon suffer a heart attack, stroke, heart failure or another potentially deadly condition are often overlooked as well. Heart disease is the leading killer of Americans, maintaining the dubious title through the COVID-19 pandemic. While women are often more worried about breast cancer, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) warns that females are just as likely to die from the condition...
    The teenager in Milwaukee calmly explains to his nervous interviewer how he’s stolen possibly hundreds of cars with nothing more than a screwdriver and a USB cord. All it took was a little ingenuity of kids with too much time on their hands. The interview, posted to Youtube in May 2022, shows two teenaged members of the “Kia Boys,” a loose confederation of young car thieves in Milwaukee who police say have stolen hundreds of Kia and Hyundai vehicles over the last two years. The boys tell their interviewer they don’t fence most of the cars they steal. Rather, they abandon them wherever they can, usually within a day. He says the thefts are simply for social media glory. Innumerable videos posted to TikTok show the Kia Boys participating in wild stunts around Milwaukee: Teens packed into cars ripping through neighborhoods and screeching their tires. Or teens on top of cars, laying on their hoods or standing up through sunroofs, driving by at top speed. Inevitably, those stunts have led to crashes and even deaths. Now local police think the...
    The migration crisis will continue to get worse because there are 'no consequences' for illegal immigration under Joe Biden's policies, the president's top Border Patrol official claims. Raul Ortiz accused Biden of creating an environment that allowed for the unprecedented surge in migration at the southern border over the last nearly two years and said it will continue at an 'exponential' rate under current policies. 'In my experience, we have seen increases when there are no consequences,' the Border Patrol chief said under oath during a recorded deposition with the Florida Attorney General's office. He added in his questioning: 'There is an assumption that if migrant populations are told that there is a potential that they may be released, that, yes, you can see increases.' 'I do think it will increase, yeah,' he said when pressed on if illegal immigration will continue to surge. Despite the second straight month of decreased encounters at the southern border, the figures are still at record-breaking numbers under President Biden and DHS Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas' leadership. Joe Biden's Border Patrol Chief Raul Ortiz said...
    President Joe Biden's administration will stop sending out free covid tests on Friday, citing a lack of additional funding from Congress. 'Ordering through this program will be suspended on Friday, September 2 because Congress hasn’t provided additional funding to replenish the nation’s stockpile of tests,' is the announcement on the website to order covid tests. Tests are being preserved in case of a surge in covid cases this fall, a senior administration official told DailyMail.com. The official said the administration had to 'make impossible choices' in order 'to preserve our limited remaining supply, so that we can ensure we have a limited supply of tests available in the fall, when we might face a new rise in infections and more acute need.' President Joe Biden's administration will stop sending out free covid tests on Friday, Sept. 2, citing a lack of additional funding from Congress The official reissued the administration's call for Congress to provide more funding and railed against lawmakers for not providing the funds.  'The Administration has been clear about our urgent COVID-19 response funding needs. We have...
    Mike Pompeo has warned the US is vulnerable to a 9/11-style attack following the humiliating withdrawal from Afghanistan. The former secretary of state, 58, made his remarks during an appearance on the Cats Roundtable radio program on Sunday morning. The one-time CIA director told host John Catsimatidis: 'We are more likely to be attacked like New York City was 20 some years ago, we're more likely to be attacked from [Afghanistan] today than we were just one year ago.' Pompeo went on to say that the United States was humiliated by President Joe Biden's bungled exit from Afghanistan. He also suggested that the Taliban's rise in the country following the US withdrawal has emboldened Russian President Vladimir Putin.  Pompeo said: 'We are now one year from what everybody saw with their own eyes: Americans left behind. 'The Afghan people clinging to American aircraft as we turned tail and ran out of that country.' He added: 'To have had that debacle embarrass our country on the world stage, made us less safe, convinced Putin that he could begin his aggressive conduct in...
    President Joe Biden on Wednesday said canceling student debt would have more of an impact on Black and Hispanic borrowers as he laid out his plan to ease the burden. He described how minorities have often built up less familial wealth, with reduced rates of home ownership - but his comments were condemned by some conservatives as racist. In all some 40 million Americans could see their student loan debt reduced by the long-awaited measures. 'The burden is especially heavy, heavy on Black and Hispanic borrowers, who on average have less family wealth to pay for it,' said Biden at the White House. 'They don't own their homes to borrow against to be able to pay for college.  'And the pandemic only made things worse.' The most recent report by the National Association of Realtors found that although home ownership among White Americans runs at 72.1 percent, it stands at 43.3 percent among black Americans - lower than where it was 10 years ago. Critics on social media said Biden's generalization went too far.  'This is just racist nonsense,' said...
    SLEEPY people are selfish and tight-fisted, scientists say. Not getting enough kip dulls activity in parts of the brain which are vital for feeling generous and sociable. 1Three out of four Brits do not get enough sleepCredit: Getty Scientists at the University of California Berkeley found people are much less willing to help a stranger or donate cash to charity when they are tired. Even losing just an hour of shut-eye leads to a drop in the amount of money people donate to good causes. The NHS says adults should get seven to nine hours in bed per night – but three quarters of Brits sleep less than they should. Study author Professor Matthew Walker said: “Helping is a core feature of humankind so this demonstrates that a lack of sleep degrades the fabric of human society itself.  “How we operate as a social species seems profoundly dependent on how much sleep we are getting.” Co-author Dr Eti Ben Simon added: “If you're not getting enough sleep, it doesn't just hurt your own wellbeing – it hurts your entire social...
    Rogan went on to say that "fighting against the haters" is what defined the former president. "When you're a president, that's a different role, that's a different role than being the f***ing host of The Apprentice!" he laughed, referring to Trump's previous role as a reality show star. "And a lot of people hoped that when he got in there he was gonna abandon that, and just be common sense, get s*** done, but no he's on Twitter calling his ex-girlfriend 'horse-face,' saying about Kim Jong Un calling him little rocket man, he's a wild dude!" Rogan laughed. He said the hope for those who like DeSantis is that he wouldn't act like Trump did while in office. While DeSantis is seen as the most likely successor to Trump if the former president doesn't run again in 2024, a new poll showed that support for Trump surged after the FBI performed a search warrant at his residence in Mar-a-Lago. Here's the video of Rogan's uncensored comments: Joe Talks to Seth Dillon About the Trump FBI Raids...
    A psychologist has revealed he has received hate mail after claiming men are lonelier than ever as they struggle to meet the higher dating standards of modern women. Dr Greg Matos penned a piece titled 'The Rise of Lonely, Single Men' for Psychology Today, in which he argued 'men need to address their [relationship] skills deficits' because women are becoming 'increasingly selective'. He said: 'I hear recurring dating themes from women between the ages of 25 and 45: They prefer men who are emotionally available, good communicators, and share similar values'. Yet, the American psychologist claimed he's found that modern men's biggest problem is communication, which is 'the lifeblood of healthy, long-term love'. However, since the report, Dr Matos admitted on his TikTok page that he has received hate mail from male followers and offered a response, saying he's only inviting them 'to be the best version of themselves'. A psychologist has revealed he has received hate mail after claiming men are lonelier than ever as they struggle to meet the higher dating standards of modern women In his clip,...
    Allies of former President Donald Trump have advised members of the Republican Party to cool down their inflammatory rhetoric toward the United States Department of Justice and the Federal Bureau of Investigation following the execution of a search warrant at Trump's Mar-a-Lago estate in Palm Beach, Florida on Monday. Trump supporters, right-wing pundits, and lawmakers have been whipped into a frenzy over what Trump called a "raid" by federal agents in pursuit of classified documents removed from the White House during Trump's departure from office. Indications are growing of an ongoing criminal investigation into how, why, and by whom those items ended up inside Trump's property. READ MORE: 'Paranoia' and 'conspiratorial' thinking grip Trumpworld following Mar-a-Lago search: report But according to New York Times correspondents Maggie Haberman, Ben Protess, and Glenn Thrush on Thursday, "some senior Republicans have been warned by allies of Mr. Trump not to continue to be aggressive in criticizing the Justice Department and the F.B.I. over the matter because it is possible that more damaging information about Mr. Trump related to the search will eventually become...
    She is one of Hollywood's greatest success stories as she went from living into her car to becoming a megastar. But despite knowing what being broke is like, Tiffany Haddish is not willing to sell out at the cost of her integrity. The 42-year-old entertainer is featured on the cover of the latest edition of Cosmopolitan magazine as she opened up on a variety of topics including how she chooses her projects, her dating life, and therapy. Simply stunning: Tiffany Haddish is featured in the latest edition of Cosmopolitan magazine as she opened up on a variety of topics including how she chooses her projects, her dating life, and therapy As she had her career breakthrough starring alongside  Regina Hall, Jada Pinkett Smith and Queen Latifah in the 2017 comedy film Girls Trip, Tiffany revealed that she is only now beginning to see the power she wields. She said: 'It is a huge struggle. I should have realized probably three years ago that I was, like, popping because people I know would be like, "You need to just put me in a...
    Wealthier Americans have swapped high-end restaurants for chains that offer larger portion sizes and deals, as inflation continues to run rampant across the United . Sales at Applebee's and IHOP grew 6 to 8 percent over the three-month period ending June 30 among households earning over $75,000 a year, Dine Brands CEO John Peyton announced in an earnings call on Tuesday. The company owns both chain restaurants. Peyton said the bump 'suggests to us that guests that often dine at more expensive restaurants are finding Applebee's and IHOP because of their well-known position,' CNN reports. He claimed that the company's large portion sizes at affordable prices have made the restaurants a go-to spot as Americans fear a looming recession — a model restaurants across the country are using to lure customers back.  Sales at Applebee's at IHOP grew 6 to 8 percent over a three-month period ending June 30 At the same time, though, Peyton said, Dine Brands saw their sales drop a few percentage points among households earning less than $50,000 — which made up about 39 percent of American...
    Men drink and smoke more than women — but that is not the reason they have a higher cancer risk. A major study suggests biological differences are the real reason behind the disparity between sexes.  Understanding these differences could help to improve prevention and treatment, researchers say.  The study looked at 300,000 middle-aged and older Americans who did not have cancer over 15 years. Men were more than twice as likely to develop the disease compared to women — even when lifestyle factors were ruled out. 'This suggests that there are intrinsic biological differences between men and women that affect susceptibility to cancer,' said lead researcher Dr Sarah Jackson, an epidemiologist at the National Cancer Institute. Researchers suggested differences in genes, hormones and the immune system all play a role. It comes as UK scientists today called for all cancer patients to receive genetic testing so they can be given drugs that work best against their tumour. Researchers from the National Cancer Institute examined the prevalence of different cancers in 171,274 men and 122,826 women between 1995 and 2011. The...
    By September 2021, the task force organized by the Lancet's COVID-19 Commission was disbanded because of EcoHealth's conflict-of-interest issues. Sachs said at the time, "I just didn't want a task force that was so clearly involved with one of the main issues of this whole search for the origins, which was EcoHealth Alliance." Last week, Sachs told Current Affairs that he appointed Daszak to the task force dedicated to discovering the origins of COVID-19 because he said to himself, "Well, here’s a guy who is so connected, he would know." Sachs added, "And then I realized he was not telling me the truth. And it took me some months, but the more I saw it, the more I resented it." Sachs revealed that he disbanded the task force because other members were "part of this thing." He noted that the NIH had been hiding documents from the public – which were later revealed by a Freedom of Information Act request. Emails exposed by a FOIA request revealed that officials with the NIH and the National Institute of Allergy and...
    An Ohio man has gone viral after he quit his teaching job of nearly six years to become a manager at the local Walmart, where he will make more money. Seth Goshorn, 28, posted a brief TikTok on July 18 holding up a Walmart vest like a professional athlete would hold up a new jersey, while wearing a blue polo shirt with the Walmart logo tucked into a gray pair of pants. Text overlaying the video read, 'Leaving teaching after six years to go be a manager at Walmart and make more not using my degree,' and the caption read: 'It's not even close.' The video has since been viewed more than 822,000 times, with people now reaching out to him for career advice. Goshorn had worked in education for five and a half years as a second-grade teacher after previously working as a reading tutor in a lower-paying school district. Last year, he told Good Morning America, he made $43,000 working in Ohio's Stark County. But as a stocking coach at the Walmart in Massillon, Ohio, Goshorn will be...
    CNN’s Brianna Keilar wondered aloud on Wednesday whether labeling Republicans “extremist” goes far enough for Democrats because, apparently, we’ve become too desensitized to the dystopian insults already traded regularly between politicians and pundits. In an exchange with Democratic strategist and former Pete Buttigieg advisor Lis Smith, who just authored the book Any Given Tuesday: A Political Love Story, a grim picture was painted in the scenario that Republicans gain more control in the midterm elections and 2024 presidential election. “Democrats are labeling Republicans as extremists because Republicans have become a party of extremists, the lunatics have taken over the asylum. The people who are in the mainstream of the Republican Party today, 10 years ago would have been shunned by party leadership,” Smith said. “Is that messaging calling Republicans extremists enough or do Democrats need to do more than that?” Keilar asked. According to Smith, under Republican leadership, people will lose their voting rights, women won’t have healthcare, and children will live in constant fear. “We need to explain what is an extremist and what does this mean for people....
    The CEO of Starbucks has blamed woke elected leaders for 'abdicating their responsibility' to fight crime in their local areas which has led the chain to shutter more than a dozen stores nationwide. Howard Schultz said 'America has become unsafe' after he announced that 16 stores will close in several cities across the city - all set in left-leaning locales - because staff are being attacked and reports of drug use at the popular cafés. He warned that this is 'just the beginning' of store closures and said there 'would be many more' amid issues with mental illness, homelessness and crime. In two leaked video excerpts of Schultz speaking at an internal meeting, shared by Ari Hoffman of KVI-AM talk radio in Seattle, Schultz said he was shocked to hear that one of the primary concerns of their retail partners is their 'own personal safety'.  The reported disruptions include drug use by paying customers and, more often than not, members of the public - who often take advantage of the company's open bathroom policy, which allows nonpaying patrons to use their...
    Planned Parenthood refused a disabled artist an abortion because she uses a wheelchair, forcing the woman to spend four times more on a termination elsewhere.  Roxie Schiebergen, 30, got pregnant a month into a relationship with a man in spring 2021, and wanted to abort it.  Schiebergen told The New York Times: 'I was in a brand-new relationship,' she said. 'Having a family was something I wanted to do with someone I loved, and I didn't know him.' The artist, who has been disabled since a car crash as a toddler, contacted her local Planned Parenthood clinic in NoHo, New York City, and booked an abortion which was set to cost her $500.  'I was crying from the start,' she told the New York Times. 'I told (the woman booking the appointment) I had a spinal cord injury and rods in my back from scoliosis,' but added that she did not mention anything about being in a wheelchair. 'When people hear the word 'wheelchair,' she said, 'they make decisions for me about what I can and cannot do without having...
    Horses have been bred for hundreds of years in order to produce champion racers, but a new study finds those with higher levels of inbreeding may never step foot on a track. A team of scientists, led by the University College Dublin, identified a single genetic marker that drops a horse's probability of racing by nearly a third. The genetic marker negatively impacts how the animal's bones develop and repair and inheriting the marker from both parents, drops the probability of racing to 32 percent. Approximately one in six stallions are carriers, along with more than 10 percent of all thoroughbreds. Scroll down for video  A team of scientists, led by the University College Dublin, identified a single genetic marker that drops a horse's probability of racing by nearly a third The genetic markers are the haplotype that overlaps a candidate gene, EFNA5, which is highly expressed in cartilage tissue. And damaging EFNA5 is one of the most common causes of catastrophic musculoskeletal injury in racehorses.  RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Basil foal-ty! British zoo...
    Representative Adam Kinzinger (R-IL) said Monday on CNN’s “The Situation Room” that the House Select Committee investigating the January 6, 2021 Capitol riot had to delay their Thursday hearing because “more and more people” were coming forward. Kinzinger said, “We’ve had quite a bit of time with Pat Cipollone. He was cooperative. He did nothing to contradict any of our prior witnesses, and in fact, he has helped to embolden some of the facts we’ve gotten, to be a second and third source to those.” He added, “We continue to get more information every day. This is just more and more people come forward either they’ve been kind of guilted into it, or they had a trip of conscience where they say I need to tell the truth here, or maybe they realized they were part of something that happened that they think is important that maybe they didn’t prior. So this is an investigation that continues on.” Blitzer asked, “CNN learned that the Select Committee, your committee, won’t be holding another hearing on Thursday. We heard report that you...
    Kellyanne Conway said former President Donald Trump should drop his son-in-law Jared Kushner if he runs for president again in 2024.  In an interview published Wednesday with The Washington Times, Conway said Kushner was trying to 'wash his hands' of responsibility for the 2020 election loss, while earning billions through his ties to the ex-president.   'There's nobody who's profited more handsomly from Donald Trump's presidency than Jared Kushner,' Conway said.  Conway, who ran Trump's successful 2016 campaign, mocked reports that Kushner was 'done' with politics adding, 'That's a convenient way of saying, "Don't hold me accountable for all the authority I gave myself."'  'It's become incredibly convenient for Jared to not be given responsibility for that 2020 debacle of a campaign, to not take responsibility for, frankly, not being there for his father-in-law now the way that he insisted on being there for five straight years until things didn't really work out,' Conway told the newspaper.  'Jared should not work in the White House,' she added.  Kellyanne Conway said former President Donald Trump should drop his son-in-law Jared Kushner if he...
    Neighborhoods with more dogs are found to have lower rates of homicide, robbery and aggravated assaults, according to a new study. The study, conducted by researchers at The Ohio State University, suggests criminals see people walking their dogs as 'more eyes' patrolling the streets and deters them from breaking the law. Neighborhoods high in dog concentration had about two-thirds the robbery rates of those low in dog concentration and about half the homicide rates, the study found. However, crime dramatically dropped in places with more dogs and residents who have high levels of trust in each other. Nicolo Pinchak, lead author of the study and a doctoral student in sociology at The Ohio State University, said in a statement: 'When people are out walking their dogs, they have conversations, they pet each other's dogs. 'Sometimes they know the dog's name and not even the owners. 'They learn what's going on and can spot potential problems.' Neighborhoods with more dogs are found to have lower rates of homicide, robbery and aggravated assaults, according to a new study To uncover these findings,...
    Most dog-owners won't bat an eyelid when their pet sniffs another dog's rear end. But a new study has warned that the common behaviour can increase the risk of an unusual cancer, called Canine Transmissible Venereal Tumour. Canine Transmissible Venereal Tumour (CTVT) is a contagious form of cancer that spreads between dogs when they come into contact. Researchers from the University of Cambridge have now revealed that male dogs are four times more likely to develop CTVT because they spend more time sniffing and licking other dogs' genitalia than females. The cancer usually causes tumours on the external genitalia of both male and female dogs, but can also affect other areas like the nose, mouth, and skin (pictured) What is CTVT? Canine Transmissible Venereal Tumour (CTVT) is a contagious form of cancer that spreads between dogs when they come into contact.  CTVT is spread by the transfer of living cancer cells between dogs, usually during mating. The cancer usually causes tumours on the external genitalia of both male and female dogs, but can also affect other areas like the nose, mouth,...
    Friday on Fox Business Network’s “Varney & Company,” Rep. Jim Jordan (R-OH) reacted to President Joe Biden blaming Russia for the record-high gas and food prices. Jordan asserted that “everything costs more because of Joe Biden” and the “Democrats running our government.” “Well, I mean, he’s wrong like he is on every other issue,” Jordan declared. “I mean, we know why we have inflation. They spent like crazy, they paid people not to work, and they drove up the cost of energy. It wasn’t Russia that did it. It was their crazy policies … that ended the pipeline, their policies that won’t let you drill ANWR, their policies that made it difficult to get leases on federal land, so everything costs more because of Joe Biden.” He continued, “Food costs more, gas costs more; if you want to buy a new home, it costs more. Everything costs more, and this idea that, you know, somehow, Americans don’t understand. They do. There’s a reason, Ashley, that more than seven out of 10 of our fellow citizens think the country is on...
    Former President Trump was furious that a number of his supporters could not get through security at the 'Save America' rally because they were armed with prohibited weapons and demanded metal detectors be removed from the event, according to a former White House staffer.  Cassidy Hutchinson, a former assistant to Trump White House chief of staff Mark Meadows, told the Jan. 6 committee in a hearing Tuesday that Trump was  'furious' that his supporters had been stopped from entering the official grounds of his Stop the Steal rally near the White House that preceded the riot.  He was apparently angry that the size of the crowd coming to hear him speak did not appear as big as he wanted it to - due to his armed supporters not getting past the security magnetometers. 'Take the effing mags away,' she said Trump ordered, referring to the metal detectors attendees had to go through. 'Who cares if they have weapons, they're not here to hurt me,' the former president allegedly said. Cassidy Hutchinson, a former assistant to Trump White House chief of...
    PAIGE SPIRANAC has defended her right to dress as she wants after being named the world's sexiest woman. The golf beauty, 29, came out on top of Maxim's 'Hot 100' list for 2022 and is known for her glamorous online snaps. 5Paige Spiranac has been named as the sexiest woman in the world by MaximCredit: Instagram @.paige_renee 5The former golf pro wows her 3.3m Instagram followers with regular picsCredit: Instagram @.paige_renee 5Paige says she has her own style and won't change it to suit othersCredit: Instagram @.paige_renee 5She says "being sexy is all about confidence"Credit: Instagram @.paige_renee Paige has more than 3.3million followers on Instagram and was briefly a golf pro between 2015 and 2016. She's spoken out on cyber-bullying in the past and revealed she has been confronted on the golf course over her daring links outfits. But the Colorado-born star has no intention of changing her style and will continue to show off her cleavage. Paige told Maxim: "I get frustrated when they support everyone except for you ‘cause you like to show cleavage. Read More On...
    PAIGE SPIRANAC has defended her right to dress as she wants after being named the world's sexiest woman. The golf beauty, 29, came out on top of Maxim's 'Hot 100' list for 2022 and is known for her glamorous online snaps. 5Paige Spiranac has been named as the sexiest woman in the world by MaximCredit: Instagram @.paige_renee 5The former golf pro wows her 3.3m Instagram followers with regular picsCredit: Instagram @.paige_renee 5Paige says she has her own style and won't change it to suit othersCredit: Instagram @.paige_renee 5She says "being sexy is all about confidence"Credit: Instagram @.paige_renee Paige has more than 3.3million followers on Instagram and was briefly a golf pro between 2015 and 2016. She's spoken out on cyber-bullying in the past and revealed she has been confronted on the golf course over her daring links outfits. But the Colorado-born star has no intention of changing her style and will continue to show off her cleavage. Paige told Maxim: "I get frustrated when they support everyone except for you ‘cause you like to show cleavage. Read More On...
    PAIGE SPIRANAC has defended her right to dress as she wants after being named the world's sexiest woman. The golf beauty, 29, came out on top of Maxim's 'Hot 100' list for 2022 and is known for her glamorous online snaps. 5Paige Spiranac has been named as the sexiest woman in the world by MaximCredit: Instagram @.paige_renee 5The former golf pro wows her 3.3m Instagram followers with regular picsCredit: Instagram @.paige_renee 5Paige says she has her own style and won't change it to suit othersCredit: Instagram @.paige_renee 5She says "being sexy is all about confidence"Credit: Instagram @.paige_renee Paige has more than 3.3million followers on Instagram and was briefly a golf pro between 2015 and 2016. She's spoken out on cyber-bullying in the past and revealed she has been confronted on the golf course over her daring links outfits. But the Colorado-born star has no intention of changing her style and will continue to show off her cleavage. Paige told Maxim: "I get frustrated when they support everyone except for you ‘cause you like to show cleavage. Read More On...
    The committee investigating the Jan. 6, 2021, attack on the U.S. Capitol has postponed its Wednesday hearing which was to feature senior Trump Justice Department officials. The House committee announced the postponement on Tuesday morning but did not give a reason or new date. A source familiar with the decision told DailyMail.com it was 'just logistics.' 'There's just a lot of time needed to prepare all this stuff coming,' said the source. Rep. Zoe Lofrgen, D-Calif., a member of the special panel, told MSNBC the committee's technicians needed more time to compile video exhibits.  Three of the committee members are also on the House Armed Services Committee, which next week begins considering the National Defense Authorization Act, essentially setting out the U.S. defense budget - adding a further complication. And it comes after a key witness on Monday pulled out of appearing in person after his wife went into labor. The next hearing is due to take place on Thursday. The House committee investigating last year's attack on the U.S. Capitol postponed its scheduled Wednesday hearing over logistical issues Wednesday's...
    Prince Andrew was pictured riding a horse at Windsor Castle today amid his ongoing money troubles -  after being called an 'absolute fool' because sale of his £18m Swiss chalet has been frozen so more debtors can claim £1.6million from him. The Duke of York, 60, appeared to push his worries aside as he donned a blue coat and helmet and opted for a warm summers day horse ride, accompanied by a male groom.  Princess Eugenie and Princess Beatrice's father, who lives at the Royal Lodge just three miles away, appeared downcast as he rode through the grounds.  It comes days before his first public appearance since his father Prince Philip's memorial service, with the royal expected to attend a service to mark Garter Day at Windsor Castle on Monday with other members of the Royal Family. Prince Andrew, 60, was pictured riding a horse at Windsor Castle today amid his ongoing money troubles - as he prepares for his first public appearance since April The monarch's disgraced second son stepped down from public life after the furore over his friendship with...
    Each Friday, One Green Planet brings you the week’s top news. For those who don’t have a lot of time to look through the news each day, this is will be a great resource and an easy way to catch up! Here you’ll find different categories of news, a synopsis of the top stories, and links to each article published during the week. 1. Animal Rights and Welfare News Source: Lapis2380/Shutterstock As always we had a ton of news to cover in the world of animal rights and welfare. This week we saw happy and hopeful stories, as well as some grim and depressing ones. Some of the more notable stories included FDA Warns Companies to Stop Illegally Selling CBD Products For Food-Producing Animals, Dairy Farm Forced to Euthanize 3,665 Cows After Years of Pollution from Local Air Force Base, James Cromwell is Helping Build a Sanctuary to Finally End Bear Bile Farming in Vietnam, Texas Mass Murderer, Salvador Ramos, ‘Loved Hurting Animals’ According to Classmates, New Research Could Help Create Device to Decipher Animal Communication, Beware! The Dark Truth Behind Guruvayur Elephant Sanctuary in...
    Texas Gov. Greg Abbott said that tightening gun laws is not a 'real solution' to gun violence because places like New York and Chicago see more shootings than schools in Texas.  On Tuesday an 18-year-old gunman opened fire at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas, killing 19 children and two teachers.   'I know people like to try to oversimplify this,' Abbott said during a news briefing on the shooting Wednesday after he was asked whether there are any new gun laws he supports. 'There are 'real gun laws' in NY. There are real gun laws in California I hate to say this but there are more people who were shot every weekend in Chicago than in schools in Texas.'  'People need to realize-- who think well maybe we can just implement tougher gun laws, it's gonna solve it-- Chicago and LA and New York disprove that thesis,' the governor said.  'What you're talking about its not a real solution. Our job is to come up with real solutions we can implement.' Abbott laid blame for the school shooting not on...
    A WOMAN has turned to TikTok for help after her Bumble date didn't show up. With millions of users, online dating can be a bit like gambling - you can never really know what you're getting yourself into, and one woman's experience only serves as proof. 3Some thought her first mistake was matching with a guy who's flexing in front of a mirrorCredit: @guts_and_glory13/Tiktok 3The Bumble date cancelled their meet-up just over an hour before they were meant to go to the moviesCredit: @guts_and_glory13/Tiktok Looking for her would-be Romeo, Sami Oliveri, from Florida, the US, decided to join the popular dating app Bumble. There, after a bit of swiping, the young woman matched with a guy who seemed to be interested in her as well. At first, things appeared to be going pretty well - and they even agreed to meet up in person. A screenshot of the text exchanged between Sami and the man revealed that she suggested meeting at 1.15pm to go see a movie at a nearby theatre. read more relationship storiesSPOT THE PSYCHO I’m a psychologist…10...
    AUTO insurance companies use a wide variety of information to assess a driver’s risk and create their premium. Some of this information is widely known, but other factors may come as a surprise. 2Your car insurance may or may not be higher this year depending on a myriad of factorsCredit: Getty Moving is a common explanation why a driver might face a higher car insurance rate. Your zip code is one of the first factors that insurance companies consider when evaluating your risk. A driver parking their car in a big city like Los Angeles will pay more for insurance than someone parking their car in a less densely populated area with lower risk. Expect to pay more for car insurance if your commute to work gets longer and the roads you’re driving on are in poor condition. READ MORE ON TRAFFIC LAWS CASH INCENTIVE Driving program rewards motorists up to $2,500 cash back - do you qualify?PLATE FATE License plate laws - which states require a front or back plate California is known to have the worst...
    The San Francisco archbishop who banned House Speaker Nancy Pelosi from Holy Communion has denied that the timing of the Supreme Court's leaked draft opinion indicating it may overturn Roe v. Wade had anything to do with his decision. Archbishop Salvatore Cordileone said during a Friday interview that the California Democrat lawmaker's views on abortion are getting 'more extreme' and said his 'conscience' made him act against her within the church. He's been called on to step down over the decision by an op-ed by the San Francisco Examiner's Editorial Board, who accused Cordileone of acting 'in open defiance' of the Catholic Church's current leader Pope Francis on Saturday.  'The leaked decision and the Dobbs case really have nothing to do with the timing of it,' Cordileone told the Jesuit publication America Magazine, adding that Pelosi 'did meet with me and speak with me over the years a couple of times.' 'But more recently, her advocacy for codifying the Roe decision into federal law—it’s becoming more and more extreme and more and more aggressive.' The archbishop suggested he tried to...
    IT'S beyond problematic for a guy to stop talking to a girl based on the career path she chooses to take. One woman who works in construction shared a rejection she got over her current job title from a man she went on a date with. 2A woman named Ari exposes a text she received from a man who's uncomfortable with her career path in a TikTok videoCredit: TikTok/@diabloomami The world of dating is already super complicated since it’s hard to meet genuine people who share similar interests with you. A TikToker named Ari, aka @DiablooMami, posted a video exposing a terrible interaction she just went through. The video starts out with a screenshot from a guy that says: “If you work construction with all [those] men, I’m never talking to you again.” It’s unclear what she texted him back in that message thread, but it’s obvious she’s not interested in entertaining such nonsense. Most read in LifestyleCAUGHT RED HANDED I worked at Walmart - Here's how they catch self-checkout thievesSQUEAKY CLEAN I’m a cleaning expert - two easy hacks...
    Robert Lipsyte, Abortion – Not for Women Only It’s easy to forget just how long we’ve been waiting for Samuel Alito’s “opinion,” signaling that Roe v. Wade is going down the tubes. Back in 2019, I already took it for granted that the Supreme Court would indeed put an end to Roe and wrote then that, as I did, I couldn’t help but think “of my own involvement with abortion as a man.” My wife and I had indeed decided to abort a fetus because of a medical anomaly, even though we both wanted a child then. That was 10 years after Roe v. Wade became the law of the land. Now, I feel nothing but horror and sadness for couples like us who will indeed face such crises in an increasingly Trumpian America. And honestly, I also remember the years of my youth before Roe became the law of the land in 1973. In fact, there was a moment then when, filled with horror, I ventured into the back-alley world of illegal abortions to help someone I cared deeply...
    RECENTLY, we have seen more and more people head abroad to get a new set of pearly white teeth.  But one woman has been left horrified after flying to Turkey and spending a whopping £4,000 on her teeth, to find herself being trolled due to the size of them.  4Kellie Swanton spent £4000 on new teeth in Turkey after years of bullyingCredit: Caters 4Getting married this year, Kellie didn't want to look back at her wedding photos with regrets and hide from the camera so took the plunge to get her teeth doneCredit: Caters Business owner Kellie Swanton, 27, from Hitchin, Hertfordshire, jetted off in February to get her new set of teeth. After years of bullying, Kellie forked out £4,000 on the new teeth, but says she has been trolled even more due to the size of her white gnashers. Kellie used some of her savings for the procedure, and after researching different dentists, Kellie decided to travel to Turkey in February for six days. Documenting her journey online, Kellie says she has been trolled about her new teeth...
    GrubHub's free lunch promo forced New York City restaurants to throw out thousands of meals because delivery drivers could not meet the high demand of orders. On Tuesday the delivery platform GrubHub announced that from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. the entire city would receive a free meal of up to $15 but the intense demand led to thousands of orders to be cancelled. The promotion was so popular that at one point GrubHub was averaging 6,000 orders per minute, GrubHub told DailyMail.com in a statement.  The huge amount of orders even 'temporarily overwhelmed' the app, but the glitch was quickly resolved, GrubHub spokesman Christopher Krautler told MarketWatch.com Adding that the promotion 'ultimately [helped] to drive increased business for the thousands of restaurants still struggling from the pandemic.'  Scroll Down For Video:  GrubHub's promotion was so popular that the delivery service  was averaging 6,000 orders per minute on Tuesday, overwhelming delivery drivers and restaurants  A TikTok by user euffyxoxo appears to show dozens of abandoned salads at a Just Salad restaurant that were never picked up
    A grandmother who has been modelling since her teens has racked up a huge online following after embracing her stunning silver locks. Kathi Odom, 62, from Alexander City, Alabama, has been embracing her silver locks for over a decade and has been cast as the glamorous grandma in family shoots She has won a legion of fans since her daughter Sophie Odom, 28, posted a video of her posing poolside for Hilton on TikTok. Kathi said: 'I love it. I feel so much more confident playing my age and not afraid to have my wrinkles or grey show. I get booked to be real. Kathi Odom, 62, (pictured) from Alexander City, Alabama, went viral on TikTok after her daughter Sophie Odom, 28, posted her glamorous look in a video  Kathi, who has been modelling from a young age (pictured left), decided to embrace her silver locks (pictured right) when she turned 50 Kathi (pictured right, with daughter Sophie) said she feels 'much more confident' when playing her age and is not afraid to let her wrinkles or grey show  'I was part...
    HBO’s Last Week Tonight host John Oliver said he’s pleased at the prospect of Disney paying more taxes in Florida but doesn’t like the fact that it was Gov. Ron DeSantis (R) who successfully brought down the hammer on the company. Oliver called DeSantis a “right-wing dipshit” and falsely accused the governor of being “scared” of gay people, presumably because of Florida’s Parental Rights in Education law, which prohibits the teaching of sexuality and gender ideology to children in kindergarten through third grade. “Look, do I think it’s bad if Disney pays more taxes? No I don’t. That would be a good thing,” the British comedian said on Sunday’s episode. “I don’t love that it might happen not through meaningful tax reform but on the whim of one right-wing dipshit who’s scared of gay people and doesn’t understand the First Amendment. But hey, ends, means, what are you gonna do?” Watch below: Oliver also repeated establishment media claims that Florida taxpayers could end up footing Disney’s $1 billion in outstanding bond debt. Gov. DeSantis’ office has refuted these reports, saying state taxpayers...
    A group of Apple employees have accused the big-tech giant of racism over its push for corporate workers to return to the office, saying that the shift back to an in-person model will make the company 'younger, whiter, [and] more male-dominated.' The employees, organized under the newly-formed group Apple Together, petitioned the company on Friday in an open letter after CEO Tim Cook told staffers that they would need to work from the office one day a week starting on April 11, two days per week after three weeks, and three days per week after May 23.  They wrote that the decision to bring employees back to the office was not motivated by a 'need to commune in person,' as Cook wrote in his letter to staff, but rather was driven by the company's 'fear of the future of work, fear of worker autonomy [and] fear of losing control.' Although Apple will 'likely always find people willing to work here,' the group wrote, the shift back to working in the office will 'change the makeup of [the company's workforce].'   'It...