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    POLITICAL commentator Ana Navarro has been slammed online after making a massive error live on CNN. The View's co-host mistakingly referred to Venezuelan dictator Nicolas Maduro as "Ricardo Maduro" on Thursday, as she discussed the influx of Cubans, Venezuelans and Nicaraguans at the US-Mexico border. 2Ana Navarro made a major mistake during a CNN appearance on Thursday (seen above with fellow CNN pundit S.E. Cupp)Credit: CNN 2Navarro joined The View this season as a part-time, permanent host after guest hosting many episodes last seasonCredit: Getty "The complication is Ricardo Maduro, Daniel Ortega and the remnants of the Castro regime that people are fleeing in desperate manners," she said. Navarro, who is Nicaraguan-American, was arguing these migrants are showing up at the border because they are escaping authoritarian regimes. Viewers quickly took to social media to call out Navarro over the embarrassing error. "Can someone ask Ana Navarro who the he** is 'Ricardo Maduro," said Argentine writer Agustin Laje. Read More NewsNOT RULED OUT Divers who found teen Kiely Rodni in reservoir open up on 'murder theories' DISTURBING Neighbors of...
    FOOTBALL legend Harry Redknapp crashed out of Who Wants to be a Millionaire? after four minutes - without winning a penny. The former West Ham and Spurs manager answered three questions correctly, but fell short on a £500 film-related one. 2Harry, 74, failed to win any cash for his good causeCredit: ITV 2It is the first time since Jeremy Clarkson took over as host of the ITV quiz show that a celebrity has failed to win any money for a good causeCredit: ITV It meant Harry, 74, failed to win any cash for his good cause — so he stumped up the money from his own pocket. Convinced Bruce Willis starred as John Rambo - famously played by Sylvester Stallone - Harry declared: "That's my final answer." Host Jeremy gulped as he revealed: "That's the wrong answer. "I'm struggling here to find the right words. "The truth of the matter is - and I've never said to this any contestant who's ever been on in four years of hosting this show - you're leaving with nothing at all." He pledged to...
    BILL Nye has spoken out after sparking social media uproar when he inaccurately tweeted Juneteenth marked the anniversary of all slaves being freed. The Science Guy, 66, praised his fans on Monday for correcting him after being widely called out on Twitter. 1Bill Nye tweeted this selfie with a constitution on Juneteenth “The United States we know today was built with the labor of enslaved Black Americans,”  Nye tweeted along with a selfie holding a pocket-size constitution. “The last were not freed (officially) until 19 June 1865. Let us celebrate— and never forget.” Juneteenth actually celebrates the anniversary of June 19, 1865, when Union Army General Gordon Granger delivered news of the Emancipation Proclamation to the state of Texas, ordering the 250,000 slaves in Texas to be granted freedom. In actuality, the last enslaved people in the US were freed in December 1865 when slavery was officially abolished by the 13th Amendment. Read More On Juneteenth TRAVEL HELL Chaos as thousands of flights axed & woman 'has heart attack running for gate'HOLIDAY BLOODBATH Violence spirals on Juneteenth and Father's Day weekend...
    THE DAILY NEWSLETTER – TUESDAY, MAY 24, 2022  MEDIA WINNER: Oprah Winfrey, David Zaslav,Joe Rogan Three major media figures made it onto the annual Time 100 Most Influential People list this year. Viral podcaster Joe Rogan, Warner Bros. Discovery CEO and President David Zaslav, and media mogul Oprah Winfrey all made the list of 100 most influential as the only 2022 honorees who are primarily in the media business. Rogan is in the “Leaders” category of the list, in between Vice Premier of the People’s Republic of China Sun Chunlan, and President of the United States Joe Biden, along with other major figures like Russian President Vladimir Putin, Florida Governor Ron DeSantis, and Supreme Court Justice Ketanji Brown Jackson. Both Oprah and Zaslav are under the Titans heading on the list, alongside Apple CEO Tim Cook, actress Michelle Yeoh, and matriarch of the Kardashian marketing empire Kris Jenner. New York Times columnist and podcaster Kara Swisher wrote about podcast “pioneer” Rogan, Chip and Joanna Gaines described their boss Zaslave as “the titan next door,” and former First Lady Michelle Obama wrote that Oprah connecting with something “validates” it, and “no matter where you go, everyone knows her name.” Being...
    WHEEL of Fortune host Pat Sajak had to step in and 'calm down' a contestant on the game show after she made a major mistake. Fans flocked to Twitter to discuss the display as it played out on TV. 1 During Thursday's episode of Wheel of Fortune, contestant Amy could hardly contain her excitement to compete. As she and her fellow competitors guessed at various puzzles on the game show, viewers speculated that she was unclear about the rules of the game. Many noted several slip-ups – one of which cost her dearly. At one point, Amy spun and landed on a trip to Hawaii, but quickly lost the lush vacay when she guessed a letter already on the board. More Wheel NewsPACK IT UP Wheel Of Fortune fans beg show to 'FIRE' host Pat Sajak & want him to 'retire'WHEEL OF FAIL? Wheel of Fortune fans shocked as they notice major 'ERROR' "Such a careless mistake...losing the chance for a million and a trip to Hawaii by calling an existing letter... amy," one Twitter user wrote....
    WHEN it comes to fake tanning, there are a few things to remember, one of which is to wear a tanning mitt. However, one woman learnt it the hard way after she couldn't find hers and resorted to using her hand instead. 3Charley said she didn't want to comment on the situationCredit: @glencoco.xo/Tiktok Charley Glennon shared the aftermath on TikTok, where she captioned the video: ''not the best idea.'' According to the owner of The Beauty Bar, the tanning mitt had seemingly disappeared from the face of the Earth, which left her with one option - applying the fake tan with her bare hands. It also appears that she didn't attempt to rinse it off afterwards because once she had left the tan to develop overnight, she woke up to her palms multiple shades darker. FABULOUS BINGO: GET A £5 FREE BONUS WITH NO DEPOSIT REQUIRED ''i don’t wanna comment on the situation,'' she told fellow TikTokers. ''GIRLLL,'' wrote one of the 951 thousand viewers. ''the way i gasped omg,'' another user seemed to be shocked. Most read in LifestyleWHERE...
    The establishment “news-rating” project NewsGuard says it is unlikely to downgrade its positive assessment of the New York Times following the newspaper’s recent whopper regarding the hospitalization of children with coronavirus. The Times had to issue a stunning correction last Thursday, admitting that its reporter overstated the number of children who have been hospitalized with coronavirus since the beginning of the pandemic by over 800,000 cases. Steven Brill and Gordon Crovitz, co-CEOs of NewsGuard (D Dipasupil and Stephen Chernin /Getty) Despite this, NewsGuard general manager Matt Skibinski told Breitbart News that  its positive opinion of the New York Times is unlikely to change: NewsGuard uses the same criteria to assess each publication we rate. When a publication makes a major factual error like the one you cited, we look at whether the publication quickly and publicly corrects the article and owns up to its mistake in a transparent editor’s note or clarification—and whether the publication has a regular practice of proactively issuing such corrections, as opposed to doing so only after we ask about the factual errors during our review process. In an example like the one you...
    US coronavirus: This is what a US endgame for Covid-19 should look like, Fauci says Nature congress calls for protecting 30% of Earth, 80% of Amazon NEW YORK (1010 WINS) — Gov. Kathy Hochul on Friday announced the findings of an investigation into what caused the widespread power outage of multiple MTA trains on August 29. © Provided by WINS Radio New York Subway NYC According to the report, two independent engineering firms – HDR and WSP – have determined the root cause and found that the outage was caused by human error. Load Error "On the night of Sunday, Aug. 29, service for subway riders suddenly and unexpectedly shut down, and immediately following the disruption, I directed the MTA to investigate the cause. The teams worked expeditiously to identify the source of the problem and recommend improvements. I am directing mitigation steps to ensure riders are not interrupted by these causes ever again," Gov. Hochul said. As a result of the investigation, Hochul is directing a full review of operation control centers across the entire MTA to identify and...
    LONG ISLAND CITY, Queens (WABC) -- Two independent investigators have concluded the mishap that shut down half the subway system in late August was entirely due to MTA employee error and not a power surge as previously thought.Gov. Kathy Hochul released the report Friday explaining the sequence of events that has been traced to one person whose actions knocked out subway service for five hours the night of Sunday August 29.She also directed a review of Operation Control Centers across the MTA to identify and fix any other potential weaknesses and ordered the MTA to implement mitigation steps and improved protocols to avoid a repeat of the incident moving forward."I am directing mitigation steps to ensure riders are not interrupted by these causes ever again," Hochul said. "New Yorkers deserve absolute confidence in a fully functioning subway system, and it is our job to restore that confidence."ALSO READ | Rikers Island officers 'scared to go back to work' amid spike in violenceEMBED More News Videos Inside Rikers Island, there's an increase in violence, and it's not just attacks amongst inmates....
    A RARE £2 coin with a minting error on it has sold for £420 after collectors battled to bag it in a massive bidding war. The coin, which the seller claims was minted in 2010, has been struck twice on both sides. 3This error coin has been sold for a whopping £420 on eBayCredit: eBay This means that both designs on each face of the £2 coin have doubled up and “fallen off” the side. On one face of the coin, you can see the Queen’s head has been stamped twice and is not aligned in the centre. While the other side, which features the “Standing on the Shoulders of Giants” design, also has the same minting error. Coins with mistakes tend to be among the highest valued because of their extremely limited numbers. 3Ten bidders locked horns for itCredit: eBay 3One lucky collector scooped it up with just seconds to spare They tend to be in demand with collectors, because it's pretty rare if coins with an error make it into circulation. Many will pay over the odds to...
    (CNN)US officials and private sector experts investigating the massive data breach that has rocked Washington increasingly believe the attackers were ultimately discovered because they took a more aggressive "calculated risk" that led to a possible "unforced error" as they tried to expand their access within the network they had penetrated months earlier without detection, according to a US official and two sources familiar with the situation. Investigators still haven't confirmed the motives of the attackers as they work both to uncover the full scope of the attack and assign blame for the campaign that impacted at least half a dozen government agencies and potentially hundreds of private companies. The incursion was first uncovered by the cybersecurity firm FireEye after its own network was breached. FireEye was tipped off to the hackers' presence when they attempt to move laterally within the firm's network, according to the sources, a move that suggested the hackers were targeting sensitive data beyond emails addresses or business records. Whether that exposure was the result of a mistake by the attackers or because they took a calculated...
    Lebanon was hit by yet another explosion today as a cloud of smoke erupted over a suspected Hezbollah arms depot. Hezbollah operatives surrounded the blast site after a fire broke out in the village of Ain Qana, 30 miles south of Beirut which was devastated by last month's port explosion.  Security sources said the explosion was caused by a 'technical error' and had caused a number of injuries but Hezbollah officials have not confirmed any casualties.  The Iran-backed group is heavily armed but its political wing has been a major player in Lebanese governments in recent years, and to recover from the Beirut blast have been hampered by Hezbollah's insistence on holding onto key ministries.   Lebanon was hit by yet another explosion today as a cloud of smoke erupted over a suspected Hezbollah arms depot Hezbollah operatives surrounded the blast site after a fire broke out in the village of Ain Qana, 30 miles south of Beirut which was devastated by last month's port explosion A witness near the village said they felt the ground shake while footage on...
    California's public health response to coronavirus may be hindered after major technical issues with the state's electronic case reporting mechanism. Officials in the state are now counting test results by hand, but the technical issues affect the rate at which COVID-19 testing results are processed and analyzed, leading to an undercount of total infection rates. The California Department of Public Health confirmed the incident in a note on its website Tuesday. "Due to issues with the state’s electronic laboratory reporting system, these data represent an underreporting of actual positive cases in one single-day,” the department said. On Monday, the state reported just over 5,700 new COVID-19 cases. And on Tuesday, new cases declined to approximately 4,500. State officials said they were unaware of how long the electronic issue existed or to what extent it affected their understanding of the illness's transmission. On Wednesday, Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti announced intensified penalties for those who violate social distancing protocols, authorizing the city government to cut power and water to homes that host unlawful gatherings during the pandemic....
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