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    RYAN Giggs threw a laptop bag at his ex Kate Greville's head and kicked her so hard she fell off the bed, a court heard today. The ex-Man Utd star is accused of headbutting his PR executive former girlfriend over a three-year reign of terror. 5Ryan Giggs arrives at Manchester Crown CourtCredit: BackGrid 5Kate Greville is continuing her evidenceCredit: pixel8000 Giggs, 48, also allegedly used controlling and coercive behaviour against Kate, 36, and attacked her younger sister Emma at his £1.7million mansion. Kate is continuing her evidence at Manchester Crown Court today on the forth day of the trial. She claimed how Giggs attacked her at the swanky Stafford Hotel in London in December 2019. In a witness statement, Kate said the footballer "threw a bag at my head with a laptop in it which caused my head to swell and bruise". Read more on the trialSEX TEXTS ‘Assertive’ Giggs ‘sent pics of Agent Provocateur toys to ex in rough sex texts’'CLEVER GAME' Ryan Giggs used psychological tricks from self-help book to lure me, says ex She also claimed Giggs...
    IMAGINE spending months looking forward to trying on your custom-made wedding gown, only for it to be an overwhelming disappointment. Sadly that nightmare became a reality for one woman who recently dished all the details on her dress disaster.  3One woman had a nightmare when it came to trying on her wedding dressCredit: TikTok TikTok user @naadiathomasrealty said was understandably excited to step out in her dress, but it soon became a “£3000 wedding mistake.” In a video for the social media site, @naadiathomasrealty explained: “I went to go and pick up my wedding dress. “I saw a sneak peek preview of how the dress was going to look and I didn’t like it, but in my head, after talking to people, I felt like I could make alterations to it. “[I thought], ‘it’ll be fine, it’ll be great, it’ll be grand.’ It was not. I just paid the remainder of a $700 balance for a dress that I will never wear… never.” Read More in WeddingsWED THE HELL? Woman shares bold wedding guest outfit options & people are stunnedIN...
    The pace of new home construction crashed 14.4 percent in May, the Commerce Department said Thursday, as higher interest rates and high home prices drove away buyers and depressed home builder sentiment. Housing starts fell to an annual rate of 1.55 million and permits fell to 1.7 million. Economists had forecast 1.7 million starts and 1.78 million permits. April starts were revised up to 1.81 million from the preliminary estimate of 1.72 million. April permits were revised up from 1.189 million to 1.823 million. Single-family home starts fell 9.2 percent in May and permits were down 5.5 percent. Starts on apartment starts fell 26.8 percent while permits plunged 10 percent. Home builder confidence has been falling for six consecutive months and May appears to have been a tipping point for many builders. The June reading came in as the lowest since June 2020, when the country was in the grips of the initial lockdown reaction to the Covid pandemic. Although housing prices continue to climb, sales have slowed amid the highest mortgage rates in many years. “Six consecutive monthly declines for...
    A HEARTBROKEN mum has said guilt is “eating her alive” after her toddler fell out of a first floor window and was rushed to hospital on Mothers Day.  Mikaela Chubb was horrified when her 18-month-old son managed to clamber out of the bedroom window at the home in Leeds, West Yorkshire.  5His mum has been by his bedside in hospital since the incident on Mothers DayCredit: Ben Lack 5The tot is recovering in hospital after the horror accidentCredit: Ben Lack 5Mikaela Chubb has been left feeling "guilty" after the freak incidentCredit: Ben Lack The little boy had been sleeping in his cot before the horror incident, managing to climb over the headboard before toppling out of the unlocked window.  It had been left open in the unusually warm weather after Britains mini-heatwave.  Emergency services rushed to the scene, and cops have placed a cordon around the property in Richmond Hill.  Devastated mum Mikaela has been at her son’s bedside since the horror accident, saying: “It's so hard being a parent sometimes. READ MORE NEWSDEVIL DOG Breed that mauled baby Bella-Rae...
    Traders work on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) on February 5, 2018 in New York City.Getty Images It's a sea of red in the stock market on Monday, and there are several factors that are dragging stocks down in January. The Dow Jones Industrial Average fell as much as 1,000 points on Monday. The S&P 500 is off by more than 1%, with only a few of companies in the entire index trading in the green. The Dow and S&P 500 are now on pace for their worst month since March 2020, when the market fell into turmoil amid the pandemic.Loading chart... The Nasdaq Composite is down 0.9% on Monday. And maybe most notably, the S&P 500 — off 8.8% this month — is headed for its worst January ever. This is unusual as the stock market typically starts the year on strong footing as investors put money to work in stocks.What's behind the sell-off?Though some areas of the market considered more expensive or speculative began to struggle in November, the broader market took a...
    Originally published Dec. 20, 2021 MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — A Minnesota family is grieving the loss of a husband, father, and Vikings fan. READ MORE: Kim Potter Trial: Jurors Set To Return For Third Day Of DeliberationsJosh Engle died from a traumatic brain injury. He fell down a flight of stairs at the Vikings-Packer game at U.S Bank Stadium last month and died from his injuries. When Engle moved to Minnesota from California 20 years ago, the 49ers fan also became a Vikings fan. “That morning is a morning I’ll never forget,” Amber Engle, Josh’s wife said. Amber says she last saw Engle before the home Vikings-Packers game in November. During the first quarter, he went to go get concessions. “I get a call from his friends, ‘Amber there’s been an accident you need to get down here immediately’,” she said. Engle was in the 300 level when he fell 30-feet down the stairs and hit his head. How or why Amber says, they’re still trying to figure out from the video. Engle was then rushed to the hospital for emergency...
    One in a million: The ultimate Aaliyah playlist 50 Best (and Worst) Cities for an Early Retirement © Provided by NBC Sports Replay Video SETTINGS OFF HD HQ SD LO Skip Ad In a strange incident on Sunday, Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliott briefly appeared to injure his back when he landed awkwardly on a pylon on the sideline that had a camera in it for use on the FOX broadcast. Elliott stayed in the game and looked fine, but the Cowboys are not happy about it. Cowboys coach Mike McCarthy said today that Elliott’s back is still sore from where he landed on the pylon, and that the team will contact the league about the player safety concerns that arise with an object so close to the field of play. For his part, Elliott said after the game that the pylon is a lot harder than it looks. “Yeah, I fell on the pylon. That thing is kind of hard. Maybe they should find a new spot for it,” he said, via USA Today. “It’s hard. The bottom...
    In this article TAPVIDEO4:2004:20Molson Coors delivers strong earnings beatThe ExchangeDespite Molson Coors Beverages discontinuing its Coors Light Hard Seltzer brand in the U.S., the company said Thursday it continues to see demand in the category. "We launched a number of hard seltzers in the U.S. market and got two clear winners in Vizzy and Topo Chico Hard Seltzer. In order to prioritize focus, and put all our investments and efforts behind our two clear winners, that led us to the decision," said CEO Gavin Hattersley on CNBC's "The Exchange." The brand will be continuing in Canada because of its double-digit growth in that market. Hattersley said that seltzer continues to be the company's fastest growing segment, so it is here to stay. He also hinted at plans to unveil new products in the next few years. Last week, competitor Boston Beer Company's stock fell 26% after its earnings fell short of expectations due to weaker-than-expected demand for its Truly hard seltzer. Molson Coors second-quarter earnings topped analyst expectations, with net income of $388.6 million, or $1.79 per share, which was nearly...
    Investors are getting spooked by the rising numbers of Covid-19 cases as the Delta variant spreads across the globe.The Dow fell nearly 800 points late Monday morning, a drop of 2.2%. The S&P 500 fell 1.5% and the Nasdaq was 1% lower.This is shaping up to be the worst day for the Dow since a 943-point drop in late October.Investors feared that the Delta coronavirus variant could threaten the US economic recovery. Shares of companies in sectors that were widely thought to benefit most from the reopening of the economy are getting hit the hardest.Airlines American, United and Delta were all down more than 4%. Cruise operators Carnival, Royal Caribbean and Norwegian each fell about 5%.Energy stocks plummeted as well following a more than 3% drop in oil prices. Chevron and Exxon Mobil were down nearly 3%.The OPEC+ group of nations also agreed over the weekend on a deal to produce more oil, a move that could boost supply and reduce crude prices.Long-term bond rates continued to slide as well, a sign that fixed income investors are now far more...
    New York (CNN Business)Worries about the rising numbers of Covid-19 cases due to the Delta variant are spooking investors. Dow futures were down about 450 points Monday, a drop of 1.3%. The S&P 500 and Nasdaq futures were each about 1% lower as well. Shares of companies in sectors that were widely thought to benefit most from the reopening of the economy are getting hit the hardest. Airlines American (AAL), United (UAL) and Delta (DAL) were all down more than 3%. Cruise operators Carnival (CCL), Royal Caribbean (RCL) and Norwegian (NCLH) each fell more than 4%. Investors are very scared even with stocks near record highsEnergy stocks plummeted as well following a more than 3% drop in oil prices. Chevron (CVX) and Exxon Mobil (XOM) were down nearly 3%.Read MoreAnd small American companies were also getting hit particularly hard. Futures of the Russell 2000 (RUT) were down more than 2%. That index primarily holds shares of small cap firms that generate more of their revenue from the United States than international markets.The still-high number of unvaccinated Americans threatens the...
    BOSTON (CBS) – A Massachusetts man says his late son’s hard hat that fell into the water back in 2014 has washed up on the shore of a Portuguese island. Conrad Roy Jr. was working on a construction site with his son, Conrad Roy III when the younger Roy’s helmet fell off and into the water. Conrad Roy III’s hard hat. (Image Credit: Sandra Machado) It washed up on shore last weekend, and the person who found the helmet posted on Facebook. News of the helmet made its way back to the elder Conrad Roy. Conrad Roy III died in 2015 by suicide. His girlfriend, Michelle Carter, was convicted for encouraging the teenager to take his own life.
    HAVING a celebrity crush as a teen is almost inevitable, with nine in ten of us developing feelings for a star. Oscar-winning Kate Winslet, 45, recently admitted hers – she was 11 and drooled over Guy Pearce as Mike on Neighbours. 11Having a celebrity crush as a teen is almost inevitable, with nine in ten of us developing feelings for a starCredit: Alamy Three decades later she is starring alongside him in Sky Atlantic show Mare Of Easttown. Claire Dunwell asks other famous faces who their teenage pin-ups were and how they felt if they were lucky enough to cross paths with them in real life. Rhian Sugden EX-Page Three Girl Rhian, 34, had posters of Zac Hanson, from Nineties boyband Hanson, on her bedroom wall, which she kissed at night. She says: "I was obsessed with him from the age of ten. I had posters of him all over my wall. 11Rhian Sugden had posters of Zac Hanson, from Nineties boyband Hanson, on her bedroom wallCredit: rhiansuggers/Instagram "I also had a scrapbook where I would cut...
    Eric Gala passed up an opportunity to get a coronavirus vaccine when shots became available in Michigan, and he admits not taking the virus seriously enough. Then he got sick with what he thought was the flu. He thought he would sweat it out and then feel back to normal. Before long, the 63-year-old Detroit-area retiree was in a hospital hooked up to a machine to help him breathe. He had COVID-19. "I was having more trouble breathing and they turned the oxygen up higher — that’s when I got scared and thought I wasn’t going to make it," a visibly weary Gala told The Associated Press on Wednesday from his hospital bed at Beaumont Hospital in Royal Oak, north of Detroit. "I had so many people tell me this was a fake disease." UPDATED CDC CAMP GUIDANCE NOT PRIORITIZING CHILDREN'S WELL-BEING, DOCTOR SAYS Gala’s situation illustrates how Michigan has become the current national hotspot for COVID-19 infections and hospitalizations at a time when more than half the U.S. adult population has been vaccinated and other states have seen the...
    The journalist Beatriz Montanez surprised many this week when he revealed in an interview with Àngels Barceló in Day by day (Cadena Ser) his life away from television. The cameras of La Sexta have approached the cabin in the middle of a forest in which Montañez leads living for five years, and from where he has told what his new life is like. “Suddenly I had a job that everyone would have thought was wonderful and a life that, seen from the outside, it might seem idyllic, but there was something that was not working inside “, the one who was the presenter of The intermediate. After eight years on television, the journalist came to question her life. “I was wondering: is it done? I already have what I want, isn’t there more?“, which is why he decided to take a break and radically change his lifestyle. “I have a simple house that they have lent me, and I am much happier than living in a house of 200 square meters, “he said. His new, more austere life has made...
    Mike Tyson recently gave an absurdly weird interview on “Good Morning Britain.” In a viral clip from the appearance, Tyson wasn’t making very much sense while trying to hype his fight against Roy Jones Jr., and it even looked like he almost fell asleep at one point. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football) You can watch the clip below. What is going on with Mike Tyson? Tired, Punch Drunk or too much Charlie? ???? pic.twitter.com/PgzhQedoEa — Clara Welch (@ClaraWSparkles) October 13, 2020 Following his appearance on “GMB” making major waves, he tweeted an explanation and said in part,” I tried to stay up late for interview but fell asleep and like a lion I’m hard to wake once asleep. Training hard and going to bed early. I had no monitor so I couldn’t see you guys and forgot to look into camera.” Hey mate @piersmorgan @GMB @susannareid100 and UK. I tried to stay up late for interview but fell asleep and like a lion I’m hard to wake once asleep. Training hard and...
    A Long Island restaurateur hurled homophobic slurs at a gay waiter, threatened to kill him and struck him in the face so hard that a tooth was knocked out of his mouth, all because the server wore the wrong shoes to work, according to a new lawsuit. Michael Abenante filed a complaint in Brooklyn federal court last week against Emilio Branchinelli, the owner of Emilio’s Pizzeria & Ristorante in Commack, New York, alleging multiple counts of discrimination, civil rights violations and battery.  Court documents obtained by DailyMail.com allege that Abenante had been subjected to harassment and abuse from him colleagues from the time he was hired at the pizza restaurant on Jericho Turnpike in September 2017.  Michael Abenante, a former server at Emilio's Pizzeria in Commack, New York, has filed a lawsuit, claiming discrimination and civil battery Abenante claims that restaurateur Emilio Branchinelli (pictured) last year unleashed a homophobic rant at him and physically assaulted him for wearing the wrong shoes to work  But the situation took a violent turn on November 15, 2019, when Abenante arrived at...
    A homeless black man shot dead by California police on Wednesday is a father-of-two, former bodybuilder who fell on hard times, DailyMail.com can reveal.  Family photos posted on Facebook show Kurt Reinhold, 42, smiling and hugging his elementary school-age son and daughter.  Reinhold was killed during a struggle with two Orange County Sheriff's Department deputies in San Clemente that was caught on camera on Wednesday.  The killing sparked protests on Thursday against police brutality which led to the city council imposing a curfew.  Police said Reinhold was homeless and had moved to the Southern California town from nearby Los Angeles in the past month. It's unclear how the once happy Reinhold ended up in the streets. Photos posted on his Facebook page show happier, more prosperous days. The son of an elementary school teacher posted pictures of himself in 2015 dressed in a suit on a date with his children's mother at the Hollywood Pantages Theater where they saw a performance of Riverdance 2.  Kurt Reinhold, 42, was killed during a struggle with two Orange County Sheriff's Department deputies...
    Orioles place lefty Wade LeBlanc on 60-day IL with stress reaction in elbow How Covid-19 is transforming grocery e-commerce in Dubai Big Drop in Consumer Confidence Makes S&P 500 All-Time High Hard to Justify The Conference Board has released some disappointing data regarding the confidence of American consumers. Some of the outcome may seem obvious because of how the enhanced unemployment talks in Washington, D.C., have stalled and are not expected to materialize. That said, the drop looks worse than what was generally expected, and it is at the same time that stocks hit new all-time highs. The Consumer Confidence Index fell to 84.8 in August, and that is after it declined to 91.7 the prior month. Econoday had the consensus estimate as 93.0, and the Wall Street Journal had a consensus estimate of 92.5 ahead of the release. © Provided by 24/7 Wall St. The Present Situation Index is the overall assessment of current business and labor market conditions, and this led the big part of the drop as it fell from 95.9 in July to...
    MEGHAN Markle “fell hard” for Prince Harry as she witnessed him playing with her best friend Jessica Mulroney’s children, according to new book Finding Freedom. Authors Omid Scobie and Carolyn Durand explained how the Duke of Sussex would win over Jessica’s children John, Brian and Ivy with gifts. 4Meghan Markle "fell hard" for Prince Harry as she witnessed him interacting with pal Jessica Mulroney's childrenCredit: News Group Newspapers Ltd 4Harry would never arrive "empty handed" when visiting Jessica, her husband Ben and their three children Ivy, Brian and JohnCredit: Instagram The authors said that as a new couple Harry and Meghan would “hide out” at the Mulroney’s before their relationship became public in 2016. In the book, which was released today, the authors describe how Harry “never turned up empty handed” when visiting Jessica’s home in Toronto which she shares with husband Ben Mulroney. And it was Harry’s generosity and hands-on approach to the children that truly won over his future wife. Scobie and Durand explain: “It was there that Meghan got a first-hand glimpse of how Harry might be...
    Meghan Markle 'fell hard' for Prince Harry after watching him win over former best pal Jessica Mulroney's children gave her a glimpse of how he'd be as a father, their bombshell new biography Finding Freedom claims. The book, out today and co-authored by journalists Omid Scobie and Carolyn Durand, claims the Duke of Sussex, 35, 'never turned up empty-handed' when they visited the Mulroneys' twins Brian and John and daughter Ivy. As well as his generosity, the trio of youngsters were charmed by Harry's willingness to get on the floor to play with them - something which also appealed to his future wife Meghan, 39.  Finding Freedom provides an intimately detailed and personalised version of the events leading up to the Sussexes' dramatic departure from royal life, with co-authors Scobie and Durand insisting 'all information in this book has at least two sources'. Meghan Markle 'fell hard' for Prince Harry after watching him win over former best pal Jessica Mulroney's children gave her a glimpse of how he'd be as a father, their bombshell new biography Finding Freedom claims....
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