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    The View host Whoopi Goldberg chafed at complaints over a joke she made on the air about Senator Lindsey Graham, cracking that maybe she should quit “if this is what it’s coming to!” On Thursday’s edition of ABC’s The View, White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre was the guest, and took advantage of the chance to call Graham out over his national abortion ban and Republicans targeting other rights. Goldberg chimed in at the end with a joke that, at the very least, evoked popular but baseless insinuations about Graham: KARINE JEAN-PIERRE: We have Lindsey Graham, Senator Graham and other and other leaders of the Republican Party who are saying and they’re being very clear about this, folks, we got to listen to them that they want a national ban on abortions. And it’s not going to matter if you’re in a red state or a blue state. That means it will be completely banned. That’s what they that is their message. That’s what they’re doing here. And we have to remember that we cannot allow that to take us back. We cannot be moving backwards....
    Almost 200 NYPD cops have gotten away with lying to a misconduct board over the past 10 years, a new report reveals - with none losing their jobs, and just five being disciplined solely for giving false accounts.  The disturbing figures show that 181 offers lied at 144 Civilian Complaint Review Board hearings between 2010 and 2020. That is equivalent to more than one a month, over the course of the entire decade, according to the report, which has been obtained by DailyMail.com. Of those rogue cops, just five were disciplined for giving false statements at the hearings, but none were terminated.  According to the report, the five police officers punished for their lies were: Kevin Martin, Todd Hansen, Franky Joseph, Daniel Song and Wael Jaber.  Martin, who is considered one of the 10 most complained about cops in the NYPD, has been subject to 14 separate investigations by the Civilian Complaints Review Board over his career. In 2012, he was accused of lying to the CCRB over an 'improper' stop-and-frisk in a Bronx apartment building. In 2020, he was...
    Around 100 students from a New York Middle School left class in the middle of the school day on Friday in protest at what they say is 'rampant sexual harassment from peers'. The young teens, which consisted mainly of teenage girls from Tompkins Square Middle School, headed to nearby Tompkins Square Park to air their grievances and make their voices heard in public. The group, consisting of dozens of pupils addressed their fellow classmates as they detailed how girls who attend the school are subjected to unwelcome comments and touching from boys who go there.  The group felt they had to take their voices out onto the street after feeling school officials were doing little to curb the behavior.        About 100 pupils from Tompkins Square Middle School walked out of class on Friday. The group consisted mainly of teen girls who say they are sexually harassed by boys 'We hear rape jokes and sexual assault jokes being made left and right... nothing is being done about it,' 13-year-old Esme Thorne, who helped to organize the demonstration, told the New York Daily News. ...
    BOSTON (CBS) — Tom Brady and Peyton Manning had plenty of battles on the football field, with Brady usually coming out on top. Now, Manning is even admitting defeat off the field. Manning and his brother Eli kicked off their careers calling Monday Night Football in Week 1, giving fans an extremely entertaining alternate broadcast of Monday night’s Ravens-Raiders game on ESPN2. Early in the contest, Peyton took a shot at Brady for the Tampa Bay quarterback’s opposition of the NFL’s new jersey rule, which Brady has lambasted since it was announced in April. Brady has made it clear that he is not a fan of defensive backs and linebackers wearing single digits on the back of their jerseys. Early in the broadcast, Manning called out Brady’s opposition of the rule, taking a jab at his former rival. “The reason he’s saying that is offensive linemen are used to accounting for guys wearing No. 90 or No. 50. They’re not used to accounting for guys who wear No. 9 or No 6. He’s worried about guys getting confused about who...
    EASTENDERS has been hit with more than 100 complaints from furious fans who were horrified by Kush’s brutal death. He was pushed under a tube by murderer Gray - who has already killed his wife Chantelle as well as Tina Carter. 9Kush was thrown under the Tube to his deathCredit: BBC But the horror scenes were so shocking that the BBC's Complaints log shows 106 people were offended enough to make an official complaint. Lawyer Gray - who is played by actor Toby Alexander Smith in the BBC soap - was driven mad by his obsession over Kush’s girlfriend Whitney Dean. Furious she was leaving the country with him, Gray decided to kill Kush to keep her. As Kush, Whitney and Arthur waited for the tube, Arthur said he needed the toilet and not wanting to be left alone - Whitney took him leaving Kush behind. 9Gray struck again as he pushed Kush in front of a train 9Kush initially pulled Gray from the tracks when the pair tussled 9Gray list of victims continues to grow But after she'd gone,...
    WALNUT CREEK — Tony La Russa and his family said Tuesday they felt they had no choice but to step away from representing the Animal Rescue Foundation, after they said that those running the venerable nonprofit’s day-to-day operations failed to thoroughly investigate a growing number of employee complaints about a harmful work environment. A statement issued Tuesday by the La Russa family described Tony La Russa’s decision to resign on March 15 as the long-time chair of the board of directors of the organization he co-founded.  The statement said that the baseball legend’s decision “was rooted in dissatisfaction with certain board actions and internal turmoil over the past year.” To the family, that dissatisfaction also included concerns that executive director Elena Bicker was not sufficiently investigated for any role she played in perpetuating what employees have called a “toxic” and abusive work culture. The family also expressed dismay that long-time board president Greg McCoy appeared unwilling to initially share details of an independent internal investigation into employees’ complaints. Elaine La Russa, Tony La Russa’s wife and ARF...
    THE BBC was forced to launch a dedicated online complaints form after buckling under the number of disgruntled viewers hitting out at the wall-to-wall coverage of Prince Philip's death. After Buckingham Palace announced the passing of the Duke of Edinburgh at the age of 99 yesterday, the broadcaster scrapped all non-news programming scheduled as a mark of respect. ???? Read our live blog for the very latest news on Prince Philip's death... 4Prince Philip died 'peacefully' at Windsor Castle on Friday at the age of 99Credit: Getty - Contributor 4The BBC set up a dedicated online complaints form after viewers complained about "too much coverage" following the Duke's passingCredit: BBC But displeased viewers were quick to slam the move, with the BBC admitting it was receiving complaints "about too much TV coverage". A note on the BBC website reads: "We're receiving complaints about too much TV coverage of the death of HRH Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh. "Please enter your email address below to register a complaint about this - we'll then send you the BBC's response as soon as...
    Nick Kyrgios has labelled Novak Djokovic “a tool” after the world No. 1 reportedly issued a list of demands for players under strict quarantine conditions ahead of the Australian Open. Defending women’s singles champion Sofia Kenin is among 72 players who are consigned to their hotel rooms due to positive coronavirus tests on flights they took to head out for the first grand slam of the year. Players have posted social media clips of them training and in their rooms, with some complaining about the conditions they are having to contend with for 14 days. Bernard Tomic’s girlfriend, Vanessa Sierra, expressed her grievances over the standard of food and having to wash her own hair and dishes during her period of quarantine with the world No. 228 so far. Djokovic does not have to adhere to such strict rules in Adelaide, where he is due to play in an exhibition tournament before the Melbourne major, as he arrived on a virus-free flight. Yet the 17-time grand slam champion is said to have asked for less time in isolation for players, requested they are...
    JUVENTUS sacked Maurizio Sarri after their disastrous Champions League exit to Lyon - but it was a long-time coming. Despite star man Cristiano Ronaldo scoring twice in the second leg, the Italians went out on away goals after a 2-2 aggregate score. 5Cristiano Ronaldo never seemd too impressed with Sarri's tacticsCredit: Reuters That saw the axe swung on former Chelsea boss Sarri, with club legend Andrea Pirlo immediately appointed as his replacement. This is despite Sarri guiding Juve to the Serie A title - but seemingly the owners wanted more than just one piece of silverware. Here, SunSport takes a look at some of the things that cost Sarri his Italian job. Relationship with Ronaldo Right from the start there were murmurings that Ronaldo was less-than-impressed that Sarri got the top job. Then in November last year the striker shouted "what the f***?" at Sarri after he was substituted against AC Milan. It was the second time he had been hauled off in a week by the gaffer. Sarri later claimed he was carrying an injury, but the man...
    At least six people have been arrested across New York City as authorities attempt to crack down on the sale of illegal fireworks following three weeks of sleepless nights amid a bizarre new trend spreading across the nation. Two Queens men are facing charges after they were found with $6,000 worth of illegal explosives in their car brought in from out of state in Staten Island on Tuesday. Another two people were arrested in Brooklyn's Canarsie neighborhood after being busted with fireworks worth up to $2,000 that are believed to have come from Pennsylvania. The sale and possession of pyrotechnic devices is illegal in New York City yet they have become a public nuisance over the past few weeks with residents complaining about explosives being set off nearly every night. FDNY officials released photos of Tuesday's bust in Staten Island after two men from Queens were found with $6,000 worth of illegal fireworks in their car  Matthew King (left) 35, and Rayval Singh (right) 22, were arrested and charged with reckless endangerment and the unlawful dealing of fireworks...
    Former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin received complaints at over double the rate of the average officer on the force, according to records compiled by Communities United Against Police Brutality. Lawyers for the two rookie police officers charged in connection to George Floyd’s death have pointed to Chauvin’s role as a training officer. “Using such an officer for training is an indefensible practice,” CUAPB board member Dave Bicking told the Daily Caller News Foundation. Former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin received complaints at over double the rate of the average officer on the force, according to data compiled by a Minnesota nonprofit that advocates against police brutality. But despite Chauvin’s history of receiving complaints, lawyers for two of the police officers charged with aiding and abetting second-degree murder in the death of George Floyd, a black man who died on May 25 after video showed Chauvin kneeling on his neck for longer than eight minutes, have said that Chauvin served as a training officer. “Using such an officer for training is an indefensible practice,” Communities United Against Police Brutality (CUAPB)...
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