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    Houck's wife claimed that Love got into "the son’s personal space" and refused to stop saying "crude… inappropriate and disgusting" comments at the father and son. Mark Houck "shoved him away from his child, and the guy fell back" and he hit the ground. Houck allegedly pushed the pro-abortion man to the ground outside of the Planned Parenthood clinic a second time. Love – a 72-year-old volunteer escort at the abortion clinic – reportedly suffered injuries that required medical attention. Police were called, but Houck was reportedly not charged because there was a "lack of evidence" of an assault. Ryan-Marie Houck claimed that Love "tried to sue Mark," but the case was thrown out of court this summer. Around 7:05 a.m. on Friday, the Houck's home was reportedly raided by 25 to 30 FBI agents and 15 government vehicles surrounded their house. Ryan-Marie Houck said the FBI agents had their guns drawn and "they started pounding on the door and yelling for us to open it." Mark Houck allegedly told the FBI agents, "Please, I’m...
    Before a game at old Busch Stadium in September 1998, St. Louis Cardinals slugger Mark McGwire declined to speak at a news conference about his pursuit of Roger Maris’ home run record, stiffing hundreds of media members. Chicago Cubs slugger Sammy Sosa, who then was on McGwire’s heels in the great home run race, happily sat down with a dozen reporters in Pittsburgh the next day and answered question after question about his pursuit of Maris. Sosa told reporters McGwire should be pardoned for stiffing them, saying he was simply more comfortable dealing with the media than his nemesis. “I’m a little more Rico Suave,” Sosa said, referring to a 1990 song. Twenty-four years later, New York Yankees outfielder Aaron Judge didn’t have to worry about handling the media crush as he chased Maris American League record of 61 home runs. Judge normally doesn’t do pregame interviews, and a Yankees media relations staffer ended the slugger’s postgame session after 2 minutes, 15 seconds following Thursday’s homerless game against the Boston Red Sox at Yankee Stadium. It’s a different world for...
    Before a game at old Busch Stadium in September 1998, St. Louis Cardinals slugger Mark McGwire declined to speak at a news conference about his pursuit of Roger Maris’ home run record, stiffing hundreds of media members. Chicago Cubs slugger Sammy Sosa, who then was on McGwire’s heels in the great home run race, happily sat down with a dozen reporters in Pittsburgh the next day and answered question after question about his pursuit of Maris. Sosa told reporters McGwire should be pardoned for stiffing them, saying he was simply more comfortable dealing with the media than his nemesis. “I’m a little more Rico Suave,” Sosa said, referring to a 1990 song. Twenty-four years later, New York Yankees outfielder Aaron Judge didn’t have to worry about handling the media crush as he chased Maris American League record of 61 home runs. Judge normally doesn’t do pregame interviews, and a Yankees media relations staffer ended the slugger’s postgame session after 2 minutes, 15 seconds following Thursday’s homerless game against the Boston Red Sox at Yankee Stadium. It’s a different world for...
    Vladimir Putin could not be clearer. 'I am not bluffing,' he said, in relation to his threat to go nuclear. But is he? And does it automatically follow that Armageddon would unfold if Putin launched the first nuclear bombs the world has seen since 1945? The good news is that Putin can't start World War III by simply jabbing a red button on his desk in the Kremlin. If he decides to launch an attack, the order has to go through at least three layers of checks put in place to prevent the accidental or unauthorised launch of nuclear missiles. Before reaching the nuclear silos, mobile launch sites and submarines, his command would go via three men: Russian Defence Minister Sergei Shoigu, Chief of Staff Valery Gerasimov and the head of the Russian nuclear rocket forces, Sergei Karakayev. Even after travelling down this chain of command, the launches would not follow instantly. Unless there has been a change in the standard protocols since Russia invaded Ukraine, there would be a 20-minute gap between each transmission from the 'nuclear football'...
    "These people are tyrannical," Mark said. Watch Mark explain why Reich is a poor choice and "mental midget" on constitutional matters. Want more from Mark Levin?To enjoy more of "the Great One" — Mark Levin as you've never seen him before — subscribe to BlazeTV — the largest multi-platform network of voices who love America, defend the Constitution, and live the American dream.
    ABC/Andrew Eccles Mark Ballas DWTS Mark Ballas is a fan-favorite “Dancing With the Stars” professional dancer who was absent from the show for half a decade. Now, the star has made his return to the ballroom. Ballas first joined “Dancing With the Stars” during season five of the show and was nominated for an Emmy for Outstanding Choreography in 2011, and it was a surprise to fans that he was set to return after a five-year absence. For season 31, Ballas has been partnered with TikTok superstar Charli D’Amelio. Watch Ballas & D’Amelio Perform Their First Dance CHARLI AND MARKS CHACHA ???????? @charlidamelio #cdondwts #dwts @MarkBallas pic.twitter.com/iiSRtJgAdP — sara ⭐️ (@editsdxies) September 20, 2022 Ballas and D’Amelio danced to “Savage,” and they performed a Cha Cha. The dance put them at the top of the leaderboard, earning 8s from each of the judges. The two had a ton of energy in their dance, and fans were excited to be able to see Ballas’s choreography in the ballroom once again. When asked how it felt to be in the...
    Former Defense Sec. Mark Esper issued a warning about the U.S. military's dismal recruitment numbers, writing that only a small fraction of the U.S. is fit to serve anymore since many are either overweight, on drugs or have a criminal past.  'The U.S. military's all-volunteer force (AVF) is slowly dying,' Esper wrote in an op-ed for Fox News. 'The armed services are struggling to meet their recruiting goals like rarely before.' Esper, former secretary of the Army, noted that branch will be most affected - falling short by up to 15,000 soldiers this year.  'The fact is the pool of Americans aged 17-24 who are qualified and interested in serving continues to shrink,' he said. In 2018, only 29 percent of young people met the military's entry requirements, the other 71 percent being likely ineligible due mostly to 'obesity, drug use, physical and mental health problems, and criminal misconduct,' Esper wrote.  Today, that number is only 23 percent, one-tenth of whom do not meet academic standards for service.  Esper issued a warning about the U.S. military's dismal recruitment numbers, writing...
    Raising any child presents a unique set of challenges. That’s especially true, it turns out, when that child is a vampire. Showtime has apparently tripled its budget on fake (we hope) blood recently. Following the revival of Dexter and the smash first season of Yellowjackets comes Let the Right One In, a TV series inspired by the Swedish novel and film. In the new series, Mark (Oscar-nominee Demián Bichir) and his daughter Eleanor (Madison Taylor Baez) attempt to navigate life together under unusual circumstances: When she was 12 years old, she was turned into a vampire. A parent’s duty is to keep a child alive. For Mark, that means one thing—there will be blood—and figuring out how to secure it. The series premieres on-demand and streaming for Showtime subscribers on Oct. 7, before its on-air debut Oct. 9. The Daily Beast’s Obsessed is premiering its key art and its official trailer. In the trailer, you get a taste of what it takes for Eleanor to survive—and the moral compromises Mark is willing to make in order to help her. ...
    A kindergarten classroom at Bezos Academy in Des Moines, Washington. Founded in 2020, the school was the first to open at Bezos Academy. Bezos Academy McCarver’s Kindergarten in the Seattle suburb of Tacoma is not quite. Normal. First, it is a Montessori school. At the beginning of the school year, in the week of September 5, students from 3 to 5 years old found objects designed by the famous Italian teacher to develop autonomy in his light wooden classrooms: alone or in small groups, at a table. Or a carpet on the floor, they draw in a sandbox, count with pebbles and cards decorated with numbers … Another originality is that the establishment does not welcome the typical wealthy families of Montessori schools: free and located in a disadvantaged neighborhood, it targets the 50% of Americans who do not have kindergarten because they are too rich and too poor to have access to free public classes. A private school costs around 13,000 dollars (13,000 euros) per year. Finally, an even more distinctive sign is written in white letters on...
    Facebook has reversed a decision to ban advertising of a Holocaust film entitled Beautiful Blue Eyes - having initially argued that the title violated their policy on racially-offensive names. The title refers to the eye color of a child who died at the hands of the Nazis, and invokes a key scene in the movie.  Yet Facebook in early September banned the showing of the trailer on their site, saying it ran contrary to their policy against content that 'includes direct or indirect assertions or implications about a person's race,' among other personal attributes. It is still unclear how the film's title violated the race policy, given that blue eyes are not exclusive to only one race.  The film's director accused Facebook of 'alarming' censorship that should worry 'every decent and sane human being on this planet'. On Friday, Facebook's parent company Meta told Ars Technica that the Facebook owner reviewed the case and decided to reverse the ban. It is unclear whether that meant Zuckerberg himself got involved. 'We reviewed the ads and page in question and determined that the enforcement...
    ABC/Andrew Eccles Mark Ballas has made his return to "Dancing With the Stars." The “Dancing With the Stars” season 31 showrunner has revealed why he decided to bring fan-favorite professional dancer Mark Ballas back to the ballroom. Ballas first joined “Dancing With the Stars” during season five of the show and was nominated for an Emmy for Outstanding Choreography in 2011, and it was a surprise to fans that he was set to return after a five-year absence. For the upcoming season, Ballas has been partnered with TikTok superstar Charli D’Amelio. Read on to learn about why he chose to return to the ballroom dance competition.Green Wanted Ballas’s Creativity Back on the Competition View this post on Instagram A post shared by markballas (@markballas) In an interview with Entertainment Weekly ahead of the season premiere, Green revealed that he wanted Ballas to come back because he wanted his creativity in the ballroom, but he also wanted someone to really challenge TikTok superstar Charli D’Amelio. D’Amelio boasts the second-highest following on TikTok with 145.7 million followers. There, she posts...
    Statue of LG Nobel Prize in October 2007. Stan Honda/AFP A little more than two weeks after the Nobel Prize winners, with their essential commitment to serious matters, will stop the first days of October, their crazy but less scientific prelude took place on Thursday, September 15: the Ike Nobel ceremony. For those of you who are – and almost are – unforgiving of this interplanetary phenomenon, this year is 32e In version, let’s remember that the Ig Nobel Prizes (muddy words with the adjective “impossible”) reward researchers in so-called “impossible” science, which ask absurd questions about serious subjects. To use the empathetic definition that eventually prevailed, these are studies and experiences that make people laugh first and think later. So we laugh a lot at this festival, but not with the lives of the audience. For the third year in a row, the awards ceremony was not held at the Saunders Theater at Harvard University (Cambridge, Massachusetts), where usually the schoolboy public sends paper airplanes on stage, where a girl, 8 years old, became brave. Hell, it tells...
    MARK Miller who starred in the show Days of Our Lives has died at the age of 97. The legendary actor passed away in Santa Monica, California on September 9. 1Mark Miller has died at the age of 97Credit: Wikipedia His family said that he died from natural causes. Miller starred in 13 episodes of Days Of Our Lives in 1975 and also appeared in the NBC show Bright Promise. He also appeared in the 1980s movie Christmas Mountain and Savannah Smiles. Miller wrote the Keanu Reeves film A Walk in the Clouds. Topics Celebrity deaths Days Of Our Lives YOU MIGHT LIKERECOMMENDED FOR YOUMORE FOR YOUMore from The SunExclusiveSECRET PAIN Travis Barker hit by tragedy again after ex-business partner dies by suicideBAD BLING? Teen Mom fans divided over Jade's engagement ring as some slam diamond's qualityLive BlogFINALE AGT fans shocked by Mayyas win and say one contestant was ‘robbed’OVER IT! The View's Sara Haines claps back at 'rude' co-host for cutting her offFollow The SunServices Sign Up To The Sun About Us Editorial Complaints Clarifications and Corrections News...
    Share this: While many judge the end of the summer by the start of the school year, for attorneys in Brooklyn the summer isn’t over until a bar association hosts its first continuing legal education (CLE) seminar. The Columbian Lawyers Association of Brooklyn was the first group to officially return from summer break when it hosted Justice Wayne Saitta for a CLE lecture during its monthly meeting at Gargiulo’s Restaurant in Coney Island on Wednesday. Hon. Frank Seddio and Hon. Janet McFarland. Photo: Mario Belluomo “You have no idea how excited I am to finally be back here in this room with all of you,” said Salvatore Scibetta, president of the Columbian Lawyers Association of Brooklyn. “I had to drop two crying kids off at school today and it didn’t bother me because that’s how excited I am to be here again.”
    ABC/Andrew Eccles Mark Ballas DWTS Mark Ballas made a surprise announcement about his “Dancing With the Stars” return during the Thursday, September 8, 2022 cast announcement on “Good Morning America.” Ballas first joined “Dancing With the Stars” during season five of the show and was nominated for an Emmy for Outstanding Choreography in 2011, and it was a surprise to fans that he was set to return after a five-year absence. For the upcoming season, Ballas has been partnered with TikTok superstar Charli D’Amelio. Read on to learn about why he chose to return to the ballroom dance competition.Ballas Wanted to Return Because Conrad Green Called Him Play DWTS Charli D'Amelio & Mark Ballas On Training, Landon Barker's Reaction To Her Joining The ShowDWTS Charli D'Amelio & Mark Ballas On Training, Landon Barker's Reaction To Her Joining The Show youtu.be/YynbQaET_LQ Check out More UsWeekly News: youtube.com/playlist?list=PLVmogfA5HIGl1fyxw8xWqsYajBhJNH169 DWTS Cast React To Derek Hough's Absence From Dancing With The Stars youtu.be/Tp79MqkPoUQ DWTS Olivia Jade Calls Mom Lori Loughlin A Hero After Dancing With The Stars Performance youtu.be/4ibRLTZZneg DWTS Val Chmerkovskiy…2022-09-08T22:10:35Z Conrad Green...
    IT'S ALWAYS annoying trying to find something that needs to fit in a space perfectly. Even if you remember to bring a measuring tape to the shop you'll probably forget the size you need to measure in the first place. 3Kendra shared her clever trick on TikTokCredit: Tiktok Luckily, one savvy DIY whizz shared the clever hack she uses which means she never has to remember any numbers or even bring a measuring tape with her. Sharing the clip on her TikTok account, @k.terps, Kendra filmed her leg and hand in her car, each with a small pen mark on them. She said: "You may be wondering what these marks are for, let me show you." Kendra then used the one mark on her hand to measure a small plant pot in a shop. Read more on DIY hacksWIPE DOWN I was sick of black mould in my bathroom –I found a solution that banishes itDI-WOW I’m a DIY whizz – how to paint an entire wall in just over 30 seconds with my hack She placed her hand next...
    ARTIFICIAL intelligence has created images of what it thinks "life in the metaverse looks like". The popular Craiyon AI, formerly DALL-E mini AI image generator, designed some pretty disturbing images when given "life in the metaverse" prompts. 5Craiyon AI's concept of life in the metaverse doesn't make it look like the great future that some tech companies are pitchingCredit: Craiyon 5The AI was given several metaverse promptsCredit: Craiyon 5This image could be interpreted as a metaverse homeCredit: Craiyon The AI images created aren't exactly a good advert for a metaverse future. Mark Zuckerberg, CEO of Meta Platforms, has big plans for the metaverse and wants it to be so good you won't want to leave Zuckerberg previously told tech podcaster Lex Fridman that it's "reasonable" to think that humans will start to live their lives in the metaverse in the coming decades. However, even the billionaire's metaverse graphics have been criticized as unappealing. Read more on AILOOK AWAY Creepy AI imagines what 'scariest person on Earth' looks like with awful resultsDARK WEB Creepy AI 'created by accident' invents terrifying female creature Craiyon's concept images...
    Mark David Chapman, the man who shot and killed John Lennon outside his Manhattan apartment building in 1980, has been denied parole for a 12th time. Chapman, 67, appeared before a parole board at the end of August, according to the state Department of Corrections and Community Supervision. He was 25 when he shot Lennon dead outside the apartment building on December 8, as Lennon and wife Yoko Ono were returning to their Upper West Side apartment.  State officials have yet to make transcripts of Chapman's latest board interview available, but he has repeatedly expressed remorse in previous parole hearings.  Chapman called his actions 'despicable' during his hearing in 2020, and said he would have 'no complaint whatsoever' if they chose to leave him in prison for the rest of his life. Mark David Chapman, the man who shot and killed John Lennon outside his Manhattan apartment building in 1980, has been denied parole for a 12th time Chapman was 25 when he shot Lennon dead outside the musician's apartment building on December 8, 19080, as Lennon and wife Yoko...
    SLIMLINE Matt Lucas shows his resistance to Bake Off cakes as the reunited gang dress up for a Star Wars skit. The comedian, 48, slashed calories and started working out after being warned he was at risk of contracting diabetes. 3Comedian Matt Lucas reveals his incredible weight loss after slashing calories over health concernsCredit: �Mark Bourdillon/ Love Productions 3The Great British Bake Off host shows off his new slim figure after being told he was at risk of diabetesCredit: Channel 4 / Mark Bourdillon / Love Productions He felt the force with Noel Fielding, 49, Prue Leith, 82, and Paul Hollywood, 56, who had a rolling pin lightsaber. He previously said he had to "do something about his weight" after getting bigger during lockdown. Last year he told Lorraine Kelly: "I lost some weight, I needed to take the edge off, because I put on a lot of weight in lockdown. The host also added: "Shout out to the lady who stopped me at football today to ask me why I've lost weight and to inform me I look...
    Live from Music Row, Monday morning on The Tennessee Star Report with Michael Patrick Leahy – broadcast on Nashville’s Talk Radio 98.3 and 1510 WLAC weekdays from 5:00 a.m. to 8:00 a.m. – host Leahy unraveled the misinterpretation of Republican Party state bylaws by the SEC in the unseating of District 2 SEC committeeman-elect Mark Pulliam of Blount County. LEAHY CONTINUED: A fair warning, your eyes may begin to glaze over a little bit as I go into this story, but I think it’s important. I want to bring it out, because I believe our friends at the State Executive Committee of the Republican party have made a mistake with regards to their decision not to seat our friend Mark Pulliam on the State Executive Committee. But they have an opportunity to correct that mistake, and I’m going to encourage every member of the State Executive Committee who hears this to correct that. So what’s the background here? Well, Mark Pulliam, as you know, is a friend of ours and is a retired attorney who practiced in California. And then he moved to Texas...
    Disney+ Fans think they know who is going to win "Dancing With the Stars" season 31. Fans of “Dancing With the Stars” are sure they know who will win the upcoming season of the ballroom dance competition. Mark Ballas announced his return to “Dancing With the Stars” during the cast reveal on Thursday, September 8, 2022 on “Good Morning America.” He first joined the show during season five and was nominated for an Emmy Award for Outstanding Choreography for the show in 2011. He left the show in 2018, but he’s now made his surprise return, much to the excitement of fans. Now, though, many fans think Ballas will win the whole competition easily.Ballas Has Been Partnered With Charli D’Amelio View this post on Instagram A post shared by charli (@charlidamelio) As an influencer and part of the DWTS cast, Charli D’Amelio follows in the footsteps of Olivia Jade Giannulli and pop star JoJo Siwa as celebrities with large social media presences making their way into the ballroom. Charli boasts the second-highest following on TikTok with 145.7 million...
    Imagine going for a physical and after checking your pulse, the doctor pronounces you in tip-top condition. No checking your blood pressure or respiration; no examination of your heart, vision, hearing or reflexes; no lab work, or x-rays, etc. “Trust me, everything is fine,” the doctor says. If you believe that having a strong pulse is all you need to ensure your entire body is healthy, you would leave the doctor’s office with a false sense of security that all is well, when, in reality, a serious disease may be lurking undetected. That’s our concern with The Heritage Foundation’s Election Integrity Scorecard, which recently rated Tennessee the #1 state in the nation for election integrity. But the scorecard and its categories only focus on ONE aspect of election integrity — legislation governing elections — resulting in an incomplete and misleading picture of our state’s electoral health and giving citizens a false sense of security. And that limited focus is what election bureaucrats and others have gotten all wrong. The scorecard has a laudable goal: “To give states and their residents and lawmakers a clear...
    During recent months in Vladimir Putin’s grim and bloody war, we have become used to an exhausting slugfest between the two sides. But as Lenin himself once put it: ‘There are decades where nothing happens; and there are weeks where decades happen.’ The sudden advance made by Ukraine’s forces into Russian-occupied territory is not only a brilliant tactical move; it could prove a decisive turning point in the war. The seizure by Ukrainian forces of two key towns – Izyum and Kupiansk – means that an area the size of Lancashire has been liberated from the Russian invader. And Kyiv’s forces are still pushing on. The last time Russian forces had to retreat so close to Moscow was 1941 – when they were being pushed back by the German onslaught. Russia has also lost hundreds of armoured vehicles and key command posts. During recent months in Vladimir Putin’s grim and bloody war, we have become used to an exhausting slugfest between the two sides This is a military earthquake, and the tremors must be shaking – metaphorically, at least –...
    Filming for award-winning Netflix series The Crown has resumed after being suspended for only one day following the death of Her Majesty The Queen. The monarch passed away peacefully at Balmoral after Buckingham Palace announced she was 'under medical supervision' when doctors said they had become concerned for her health. Actors were spotted on set at The Savoy Hotel in London on Sunday as filming for the sixth series continues.  Back: Filming for award-winning Netflix series The Crown has resumed after being suspended for only one day following the death of Her Majesty The Queen  The two male actors looked dapper as they donned smart suits, with one wrapping a blue blanket around himself.  The road has been shut off to the public and several large trucks turned up with parts of the set inside.  RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next 'A true pro': Good Morning Britain viewers praise Kate... PICTURE EXCLUSIVE: Still Hot Right Now! Bikini-clad Rita Ora... Julia Fox leaves nothing to the imagination as she steps out... Love Island winners Ekin-Su...
    Getty BMX rider/ television host T.J. Lavin appears during SiriusXM's live broadcast of The Jason Ellis Show at Vinyl inside the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino on February 20, 2015 in Las Vegas, Nevada. TJ Lavin is not one to shy away from complimenting or criticizing competitors on “The Challenge” based on their performances in challenges and eliminations and past and present cast members love to get a shoutout from the longtime host. The BMX legend was recently asked who he thinks should be on the Mount Rushmore of “The Challenge” and he gave a very detailed answer for both the men and the women. TJ appeared on Mark Long and Emily Longeretta’s “Reality Rundown” podcast on Spotify on August 22 and was asked for some of his “top male and top female cast members.” TJ began by saying that there should be three different Mount Rushmores for the three different versions of the show now: the flagship “Challenge,” the “All Stars” versions and the new CBS spinoff. “Because there’s three different franchises as far as I’m concerned,”...
    This is certainly not how they wanted it to happen, but the Mets are calling up Mark Vientos. Vientos, a consensus top ten prospect in the Mets’ system, is taking Starling Marte’s spot on the active roster for the time being. Marte was placed on the 10-day injured list as the fracture in his right middle finger has still not healed well enough for him to play. Marte’s IL stint is backdated to Wednesday, Sept. 7. He will be eligible to return on Saturday, Sept. 17 for the Mets’ game at Citi Field against the Pirates. Vientos will join the Mets for their game on Saturday night in Miami, according to manager Buck Showalter, “if the airlines cooperate.” He is 22 years old and the club’s second-round draft pick in 2017 out of his South Florida high school. With 24 home runs at Triple-A this year and a 6-4 frame, Vientos is regarded as one of the best power hitters on the Mets’ farm. The right-handed batting third baseman spent the entire season at Triple-A, where he slugged .519 in...
    The public have been told not to cover or remove portraits of the Queen or send flowers to royal residences during the official mourning period.  According to guidance for the public and businesses, there are several dos and don'ts to follow during the official mourning period, which will last until the end of the day of the Queen's funeral.  The 'national mourning guidance' document published by the Cabinet Office outlines how individuals and businesses can mourn the death of the longest-serving monarch.  The document states that there is no obligation to cover or remove existing official portraits or photographs of the Queen The public has also been asked not to send flowers to royal residences or government offices at the request of the Royal Household  The document states that there is no obligation to cover or remove existing official portraits or photographs of the Queen and it is down to their discretion whether they should remain.  'It is the custom to leave these in place, at the discretion of the organisation,' it reads. 'For example, you will still see in...
    (CNN)Producers of the Netflix historical drama "The Crown" are pausing production on the show's sixth season after news of Queen Elizabeth's death."As a mark of respect, filming on 'The Crown' was suspended today. Filming will also be suspended on the day of Her Majesty The Queen's funeral," producers for "The Crown" said in a statement to CNN on Friday.The Emmy-winning series, created by Peter Morgan, centers on the reign of Queen Elizabeth II. Season 5, expected to premiere in November, will cover the events of the late monarch's reign in the 21st century. "Harry Potter" alum Imelda Staunton will take over the role of Queen Elizabeth, which was played in previous seasons by Claire Foy (Seasons 1 and 2) and Olivia Colman (Seasons 3 and 4). Both Foy and Colman won Primetime Emmy Awards for their portrayals. Read MoreThe show is expected to conclude after Season 6.
    An adorable video capturing the first two months in the lives of a pair of giant panda bear twins has been released to mark their first birthday at a Spanish zoo. The bears can be seen evolving from tiny hairless newborns into fluffy, black eyed pandas in the space of eight weeks. After ten days, they began to develop hair and after one month, their sex was determined and they were confirmed to be male. The baby pandas are seen during birth, pink and hairless and hardly recognisable  Bamboo shoots and leaves typically make up 99 per cent of their diet while pandas in captivity are known to feed on honey, eggs, oranges and bananas The bears can be seen evolving from tiny hairless newborns into fluffy, black eyed pandas in the space of eight weeks Their first birthday coincided with the 50th anniversary of The Madrid Zoo along with Giant Panda Month which is celebrated in September in Spain The twins, who are known as You You and Jiu Jiu, were born at The Madrid Zoo on September 6...
    Filming for award-winning Netflix series The Crown has been suspended following the death of Her Majesty The Queen. A scene covering Princess Diana's tragic death in Paris in August 1997 was scheduled to be filmed today in Barcelona, Spain. However, filming on the sixth series of the show has been halted for at least a week following the death of the Queen at the age of 96 on Thursday.
    DAYS after 3,000 people were killed in a terrorist attack in New York City, a 600-year-royal tradition was broken at the request of Queen Elizabeth II. The Bands of the Household Division played The Star-Spangled Banner during the Changing of the Guard at Buckingham Palace on September 13, 2001. 5Queen Elizabeth II broke a 600-year royal tradition when she requested the Star-Spangled Banner after 9/11Credit: AFP 5Thousands of people gathered at Buckingham Palace on September 13, 2001, to pay their respectsCredit: AFP 5For centuries only traditional British music was played during the ceremonyCredit: PA:Press Association For centuries, the music played during the ceremony was also a mix of traditional British songs and popular music at the time, however, national anthems from other countries are played during state visits to honor foreign dignitaries. In a show of solidarity, Her Majesty ordered that the American national anthem be played instead. An estimated 5,000 people were gathered outside of Buckingham Palace as the Coldstream Guards, the oldest continuously serving regular regiment of the British Army, conducted the Changing of the Guard. As the...
    Meta, the parent company of Facebook, has disbanded the Responsible Innovation team responsible for policing ethical concerns about its products, as the company and other tech giants slash costs amid weak growth. The team consisted of roughly two dozen engineers, ethicists and others who collaborated with product teams across the company to review potential concerns about products and features. Most of those employees will be reassigned to other teams within the company, though their jobs are not guaranteed, a Facebook spokesman told the Wall Street Journal on Thursday. It comes as a number of tech companies, including Uber, Alphabet, Apple and Twitter have scaled back hiring and dumped contractor positions - while others, like Netflix, have laid off full-time staff.  Meta CEO Mark Zuckerberg warned of cuts, and now the company has disbanded the Responsible Innovation responsible for policing ethical concerns about its products The Meta spokesman said the company would still emphasize safe and ethical product design, but believes that those efforts were better divided up among product-specific teams. Meta's Responsible Innovation team had been led by Vice President Margaret...
    THEY call it the sport of kings but no monarch left their mark on horse racing quite like The Queen. Her Majesty lived and breathed the sport and was one of the most influential owners and breeders in modern times. 3Queen Elizabeth II leading in her Oaks winner, Carrozza, with Lester Piggott in the saddleCredit: PA 3Her Majesty owned more than 1,000 winners on the flatCredit: Getty 3The Queen was also fond of riding horsesCredit: PA The sport has lost its greatest supporter and most important patron. For the last 70 years, horses born and raised at the Royal stud at Sandringham have graced racecourses around the world. She owned more than 1,000 winners on the flat along with 70 over jumps and was crowned champion owner in 1954 and 1957. A tally of 24 winners at Royal Ascot down the decades makes her one of the most successful owners at the summer’s biggest meeting. It was fitting Her Majesty was the first to be enrolled in the official British racing Hall of Fame in 2021. READ MORE ON THE...
    THEY call it the sport of kings but no monarch left their mark on horse racing quite like The Queen. Her Majesty lived and breathed the sport and was one of the most influential owners and breeders in modern times. 3Queen Elizabeth II leading in her Oaks winner, Carrozza, with Lester Piggott in the saddleCredit: PA 3Her Majesty owned more than 1,000 winners on the flatCredit: Getty 3The Queen was also fond of riding horsesCredit: PA The sport has lost its greatest supporter and most important patron. For the last 70 years, horses born and raised at the Royal stud at Sandringham have graced racecourses around the world. She owned more than 1,000 winners on the flat along with 70 over jumps and was crowned champion owner in 1954 and 1957. A tally of 24 winners at Royal Ascot down the decades makes her one of the most successful owners at the summer’s biggest meeting. It was fitting Her Majesty was the first to be enrolled in the official British racing Hall of Fame in 2021. READ MORE ON THE...
    Getty Mark Ballas is making his return to "Dancing With the Stars" for season 31. Mark Ballas made a surprise announcement about his “Dancing With the Stars” return during the Thursday, September 8, 2022 cast announcement on “Good Morning America.” Ballas first joined “Dancing With the Stars” during season five of the show and was nominated for an Emmy for Outstanding Choreography in 2011. The dancer has since released multiple albums, the first of which was titled “HurtLoveBox,” which was released in March 2011. He has also starred on Broadway in his time away from the ballroom competition. Now, it seems he may have been given a ringer ahead of the upcoming season.Ballas is Partnered With Charli D’Amelio [email protected] pairings! #[email protected] & @[email protected] & @[email protected] & @[email protected] & @[email protected] & @[email protected] & @[email protected]_giudice & @[email protected] & @iamValC pic.twitter.com/Mzxi4gKoQC — Good Morning America (@GMA) September 8, 2022 As an influencer and part of the DWTS cast, Charli D’Amelio follows in the footsteps of Olivia Jade Giannulli and pop star JoJo Siwa as celebrities with large social media presences making...
    Live from Music Row, Wednesday morning on The Tennessee Star Report with Michael Patrick Leahy – broadcast on Nashville’s Talk Radio 98.3 and 1510 WLAC weekdays from 5:00 a.m. to 8:00 a.m. – host Leahy welcomed Misrule of Law blog creator and California refugee Mark Pulliam to the newsmaker line to discuss his win of the GOP State Executive Committee seat in Blount County and the efforts made by the Tennessee Republican Party to take him off after the election had been certified. Leahy: We are joined on the newsmaker line by our very good friend Mark Pulliam, who is a refugee from California and Texas, moved to Blount County in 2019, and is a well-known conservative activist and blogger and retired attorney. Good morning, Mark. Pulliam: Good morning, Michael. Leahy: Okay, so you’ve been on this program many a time, and you’ve talked about the fact that you were a candidate for the State Executive Committee. You won the election on August 4th. You got over 300 write-in votes, and now you want to be seated on the State Executive Committee. But there’s...
    (CNN)A federal judge could rule soon on former White House chief of staff Mark Meadow's legal challenge against subpoenas from the House select committee investigating January 6. Judge Carl Nichols said he would issue a ruling "appropriately quickly." At a hearing on Wednesday, Meadows' attorney, George Terwilliger III, argued that executive privilege extended to former aides to the president and that the subpoenas issued by the select committee were overly broad and violated Meadows' Fourth Amendment rights. After Mar-a-Lago search, Meadows turns over more texts and emails to ArchivesThe House referred Meadows last year to the Justice Department for refusing to fully comply with subpoenas. But the DOJ declined to indict him and Dan Scavino, former deputy chief of staff to then-President Donald Trump, on criminal contempt of Congress charges.The House's general counsel, Douglas Letter, told the judge that "Mr. Meadows has an obligation to answer questions" to the committee and that executive privilege, even if asserted during testimony, wouldn't cover everything the House committee wants to ask Meadows about. Read MoreTerwilliger praised Nichols outside the courthouse as "very knowledgeable,"...
    Arizona Republican Senate nominee Blake Masters recently blasted his incumbent opponent Mark Kelly (D-AZ) for supporting the Biden administration’s open border policies, which have led to a flood of fentanyl entering the country. “There are no words to describe tens of thousands of dead American teenagers, dead from fentanyl because of the wide-open southern border,” Masters said. “Mark Kelly should be forced to attend the funerals of each of those dead children, so he can better understand the consequences of his support for Joe Biden’s open borders. I truly mean that.” Masters made this comment while speaking at the “Faith and Family Fest” rally hosted by Arizona’s Trump-backed gubernatorial nominee, Kari Lake. A recent report from Breitbart News concurs with Masters’ claim about Kelly supporting open border policies. In 2021 alone, Kelly voted against three separate border security policies. The first would have prevented the Biden administration from canceling existing border wall construction, and another would have protected previously funded wall construction. Kelly also voted to end Title 42, despite later criticizing this plan, saying “it’s going to be a...
    The red carpet is being rolled out for Prince Harry and Meghan Markle on their first ever visit to Germany - even though their trip is as private citizens. The couple will be given the same sort of welcome afforded to visiting heads of state when they arrive for a reception and book signing at the town hall in Dusseldorf today. Last minute preparations included red and white flowers – the official colours of the city – being placed around the entrance to the town hall. The couple are in Germany on Tuesday to start the countdown to the Invictus Games being held in Dusseldorf next September and their visit will include an hour-long scenic cruise along the Rhine on a 'party boat' usually packed with tourists. The afternoon jaunt on the £13m MS Rhein Galaxie will take them along the Rhine to Duisburg and end at the Merkur-Spiel sports stadium where the sports event for disabled military veterans will be held. Dusseldorf city officials insist the visit of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex is private and they will...
    Conor McGregor was stunned by Mark Zuckerberg's quick reactions in an Instagram video highlighting Meta CEO's skills with pro MMA fighter Khai 'The Shadow' Wu, as well as his passion for the sport. Online footage shared on Sunday shows the pair sparring and trading kicks in a studio while outfitted in fight training pads ahead of Wu's UFC debut loss on Saturday against Joshua Dillon. The pair are then seen grappling on the floor, with Wu exclaiming 'nice!' when Zuckerberg rolls over Wu and gets on top of him. 'Yo!!! F***ing awesome Mark,' former UFC champion Conor McGregor commented on the post. View this post on Instagram A post shared by Mark Zuckerberg (@zuck) Mark Zuckerberg shared a video of himself in MMA gear, sparring fighter Khai Wu on Sunday 'Yo!!! F***ing awesome Mark,' former UFC champion Conor McGregor commented on the post Meta's CEO is a known MMA fan and his video gathered more than 310,000 likes as of Monday  The video, which garnered more than 310,000 likes as of Monday morning, quickly went viral and drew support, including...
    Four iPhone 14s will be presented during Apple’s back-to-school keynote on September 7, 2022. With only two days to go, “Bloomberg’s” Mark Gurman has more information in his bag. 3D rendering of iPhone 14 Pro by Let’s Go Digital and Technizo Concept. // Source: Digital / Technizo Concept Let’s go In addition to the notch, the good old SIM card will eventually disappear. Anyway, that’s what Apple expert Mark Gurman is a journalist for Bloomberg His newsletter Weekly dedicated to the future iPhone 14It will be released on September 7, 2022 (barring disaster). If the chance of smartphone is 100% eSIM As crazy as it sounds, Apple certainly has the ability to drive this change. Mark Gurman teases the possibility of an iPhone without a SIM card drawer. But the matter is still not well understood. Apple is advancing a notch towards eSIM Apple is going to offer more eSIM this time, as carriers prepare to turn users towards digital and embedded SIMs. In fact, Apple is considering removing the physical SIM card slot entirely for some models this...
    FORMER UFC welterweight champion Kamaru Usman has hit back at Conor McGregor's criticism of taking his daughter to his fights. Footage of Samirah Usman crying after her dad's brutal knockout loss to Leon Edwards last month went viral in the aftermath of the former pound-for-pound king's dethroning at UFC 278. 4Kamaru Usman was brutally knocked out by Leon Edwards in front of his daughter at UFC 278 4Samirah, 8, was in tears seeing her father stopped by the BritCredit: UFC 4Conor McGregor has sympathy for Samirah but insisted children shouldn't be in attendance at fightsCredit: [email protected] 4Usman reckons McGregor is "missing the mark" and still plans to take Samirah to his fightsCredit: GETTY After seeing the footage, McGregor expressed his sympathy for Samirah, 8, and revealed he'd no longer be having his own family in attendance for his fights. But during an appearance on The Joe Rogan Experience podcast, Usman said: "Conor had tweeted something and was blasting me about it, for bringing her to the fight and this and that. "And f**k no! (Critics) don’t understand it. They’re just...
    Meta CEO Mark Zuckerberg shared a video of himself sparring with mixed martial artist Khai 'The Shadow' Wu ahead of the fighter's UFC debut on Saturday versus Joshua Dillon.  Zuckerberg shared the video on Instagram and it began by showing the two trading punches and kicks in a studio while outfitted in fight training pads.  The pair are then seen grappling on the floor, with Wu exclaiming 'nice!' when Zuckerberg rolls over Wu and gets on top of him.  The video, which garnered over 200,000 likes as of Saturday night, quickly went viral and drew support, including from others in the fighting world.  'This is great!' Joe Rogan commented. 'I’m so happy to see this. Training looks solid too!'  View this post on Instagram A post shared by Mark Zuckerberg (@zuck) Former two-division UFC champion Conor McGregor commented 'Yo!!! F****** awesome Mark!' 'MMA is like the perfect thing' Zuckerberg said recently when appearing on Joe Rogan's podcast Zuckerberg appeared recently The Joe Rogan Experience podcast, and revealed to Rogan his love for mixed martial arts. 'I really like watching UFC for...
    Fox News’s top-rated host, Tucker Carlson, lit into Washington Post reporter Taylor Lorenz on Wednesday night after President Joe Biden’s speech warning against the erosion of American democracy and extremism in the MAGA base. Carlson warned his viewers that Biden is in fact the authoritarian with designs on a “one-party” system in the U.S., but he told them not to worry as “liberals are too incompetent to overthrow democracy.” “It’s shocking. You may have trouble believing it’s even happening and yet it is live on television right now. And yet and here’s what we’re here to tell you. Believe it or not, there is an upside to this catastrophe,” Carlson began, responding to Biden’s speech which had taken place while Carlson was live on air. “Even as you watch your beloved country take a turn you never imagined possible, there is reason for hope. American liberals may have obvious dictatorial ambitions. There’s no question they do,” he continued, adding: Only would be dictators fear free speech and an armed population. But just because liberals long for a one-party state doesn’t...
    "It seems to me an argument should be made that spreading highly classified documents on the floor, with the covers of the documents noting that the documents are indeed classified and taking a photograph even of the covers purely for gratuitous public use (i.e., for no reasonable or legal purpose), is a grossly negligent use of classified documents and the FBI should be held accountable under the Espionage Act," Levin wrote on Twitter. \u201c2. and taking a photograph even of the covers purely for gratuitous public use (i.e., for no reasonable or legal purpose), is a grossly negligent use of classified documents and the FBI should be held accountable under the Espionage Act:\u201d — Mark R. Levin (@Mark R. Levin) 1661993361 Specifically, Levin quoted the original 1917 version of the law, which corresponds to Section F of 18 U.S. Code § 793. The law reads:Whoever, being entrusted with or having lawful possession or control of any document, writing, code book, signal book, sketch, photograph, photographic negative, blueprint, plan, map, model, instrument, appliance, note, or information, relating to the national defense,...
    Christian Yelich and the Milwaukee Brewers made sure Mark in the friend zone would not go home a loser on Monday night. Where were you when Christian Yelich and the rest of the Milwaukee Brewers rallied together to win one for Mark in the friend zone? Down two runs in the eighth inning, the Brewers saw their new friend Mark get put in the friend zone on the American Family Field Jumbotron for all of Milwaukee to see. His friendship did not mean the world to her and she wrecked it worse than he could have possibly done by having zero self-awareness and friend-zoning Mark on the Jumbotron. Anonymous b*****s can go to hell! Here is the message that made everyone in all of Wisconsin a massive fan of our new friend Mark. Someone got friendzoned hard at the Brewers game… ???? pic.twitter.com/ayghlj6EWL — di luvs sports (5-4) (@diluvsthebrew) August 30, 2022 It was such a brutal moment for our friend Mark that Yelich and the boys rallied to beat those smelly Pittsburgh Pirates 7-5, despite being down two runs late...
    THERE'S a lot behind a name, especially when it comes to your future kid's moniker. A woman has taken to social media to spill some family drama regarding her chosen baby name – and everyone is saying her sister is in the wrong. 1A Reddit user has taken to the platform to figure out if she's in the wrong for naming her son the same name as her nephewCredit: Getty In a Reddit post shared to the group "Am I The A**hole," a woman said that she and her husband agreed on a baby name very early on in their dating journey, in the event that they ever had a child. About 13 years ago they grew attached to the name 'Mark,' as they both hoped for a son, and would occasionally refer to their future kid by the name. According to the woman, her sister and entire family were well aware of her and her husband's interest in the name Mark. At the time, her sister even noted that she was interested in a different name for her own...
    An Australian parenting education group has revealed the one simple rule to tell whether a rash may be life threatening or not.  Tiny Hearts Education, run by former paramedic and mum Nikki Jurcutz, shared the life-saving advice in a Facebook post saying parents who spot a rash on their child's body should do a 'blanching test'.  A rash that turns white when pressure is applied is considered safe whereas a mark that remains the same colour even when pressed on can be a sign of severe illness like meningococcal and parents should call triple zero immediately.  Scroll down for video Former paramedic and founder of Tiny Hearts Education has warned parents to perform a 'blanch test' on rashes to determine whether they may be life threatening  RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Jessica Simpson sizzles in TWO Aussie fashion labels as she... Bird expert reveals the ONLY foolproof way to stop a magpie... Foodies are losing their minds over 7-Eleven's new... Young Italian woman shares the culture shock she experienced... Share this...