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    Lucas Giolito returned to the mound but the Chicago White Sox couldn’t return to the win column. The Sox let two late leads slip away and completed a dismal trip with a 6-4 loss to the Minnesota Twins in 10 innings Sunday in front of 16,197 at Target Field. Byron Buxton hit a game-ending three-run homer off closer Liam Hendriks, handing the Sox their seventh consecutive loss. It’s the team’s first seven-game losing streak since Aug. 27-Sept. 2, 2019. “We did some things but not enough of them and we got beat,” manager Tony La Russa said Sunday. “It’s a tough loss. We all shared in it. Final score with the whole road trip, we’re all part of it and we’ll all wear it.” The skid started April 17 at home when the Sox dropped the series finale to the Tampa Bay Rays. The Sox then lost three in Cleveland and three more in Minnesota. According to the postgame notes, it’s the first time the Sox have gone at least 0-6 on a single trip since April 29-May 5, 2008....
    The Chicago Bulls returned home empty-handed from a three-game West Coast trip after a 129-102 blowout loss to the Phoenix Suns, sending the team to its third straight loss and eighth in 10 games. The Bulls threw in the towel with four minutes remaining as both teams subbed out their starters in the drubbing. The loss marked the second-straight game in which the Bulls ceded 125 points or more. The Bulls headed West ready to be tested. The Suns and Utah Jazz are among the best in the opposing conference, and coach Billy Donovan welcomed the challenge as a chance to prepare the team for the postseason. But with the Bulls 3-8 since the All-Star break, it’s hard to tell how much is being learned from the run of losses as frustration visibly seeps onto the court. “When we start missing shots and missing shots, you can see it sometimes affects us,” Donovan said. “You’ve got to really invest in stuff that you can control but we’ve got to develop a stamina, a resilience of dealing with it when it’s...
    New York Times Washington correspondent and CNN analyst Maggie Haberman disgustingly retweeted a Trump attack ad that features footage of Afghan people falling to their deaths, and falsely claimed President Joe Biden invited comparisons of the Afghanistan with the fall of Saigon. On Tuesday, Donald Trump Jr. posted the attack ad, which showed horrific images of panicked Afghan people falling to their deaths after they clung to a plane that took off from Kabul, with the caption “Worse than Saigon.” Worse than Saigon pic.twitter.com/AdRCirWCLd — Donald Trump Jr. (@DonaldJTrumpJr) August 18, 2021 It is one thing for a news website to publish such images, with clear content warnings, after agonizing over the decision. To use them in a political attack ad is disgraceful, if not surprising when it comes to the former First Failson. In that context, the lesser offense of a facile and inaccurate historical analogy barely merits a mention. What is surprising is that a widely-respected correspondent from the gold standard of print journalism would repost that same video, endorse a “debate” over that fallacious analogy,...
    EL DORADO HILLS (CBS13) — This year’s heat is already taking its toll on Mother Nature. As temperatures go up, birds come down. READ MORE: Suspect In Custody After Shooting At House Of Oliver In Roseville “He just got in,” said Ross Garner as he watched from his kitchen window. A young golden eagle hit the pool at this El Dorado Hills home to beat the heat. “He was really panting and you could tell he was really overheating and in distress,” Garner said. Garner has seen his share of bobcats and wild turkeys, but never an eagle in his pool. “The first time we saw him was Saturday on the backdrop,” Garner said. The raptor was in the pool all weekend long, bathing in the shallow end. Garner kept his distance, not wanting to frighten the bird. READ MORE: Forward Progress Stopped On Fire In El Dorado Hills “He had to [have] at least a six-foot wingspan,” Garner said. “And to find out he was only three months old was just incredible.” Wildlife experts say triple-digit temperatures are forcing...
    6 LADY Gaga was slammed as "fake" by Perez Hilton who says she tossed him aside as the Celebrity Big Brother star opened up on their feud. The blogger, 42, met the singer in 2008 and was so close he used to call the singer his "wifey". 6Perez Hilton opened up about his relationship with Lady Gaga However, Perez and Gaga had a huge falling out in 2011 - something the Celebrity Big Brother star has opened up about in his new book, TMI: My Life In Scandal. The star revealed to me on talkRADIO's Drive Time show: "At the time, I was incredibly disliked by celebrities. "So if a star wanted to be my friend, I believed them. I didn't question them, I was naïve in thinking their motives were pure and their intentions are true. "After Gaga and I had our falling out, it became apparent to me, wow, she was just using me. And when she didn't need me anymore, after she became the biggest pop star on the planet, she...
    YOU thought bikini season was over but there is a new two piece causing a stir online - and it’s the tiniest yet. Shein’s Cut-out Halter Triangle Tie Side Bikini Swimsuit has received more than 1400 reviews from customers who warn that the revealing style comes with several pitfalls. 4Shoppers have been left baffled over Shein's tiny weeny cut-out bikiniCredit: Shein The triangle top features cut-out panels underneath the nipple, meaning wearers will show off plenty of underboob, or more if their not careful. The two piece comes in four colours and costs just £8.99 – a bargain if you’re willing to play chance with keeping yourself covered. “One wrong move and everything is coming out,” one person wrote, while another said they were “too scared to go swimming in this”. “Very cute, SUPER REVEALING, wouldn’t recommend wearing it to the beach, it’s super risky,” said a third shopper. 4The two-piece has not been recommended for swimmingCredit: Shein Cut-out Halter Triangle Tie Side Bikini Swimsuit, £8.99 Shein - Buy here Another shopper gave the bikini five stars but...
    ROD Stewart says Sir Elton John snubbed him when he tried to heal their ongoing rift. Sir Rod, 75, claims he invited his former pal, 73, over for a game of football but was blanked. 7Rod Stewart has revealed Elton John has snubbed his efforts to end their feudCredit: Getty - Contributor 7Rod invited his former pal over for a game of football on his pitchCredit: w8media The Maggie May star said: “We don’t talk to each other anymore. Big falling out.” He claimed Sir Elton “had the hump” last year after he said his retirement tour was “not rock ‘n’ roll”. The I Don’t Want To Talk About It singer then invited dad-of-two Sir Elton and his family to his Essex home. He told Chris Evans’ How To Wow podcast: “Last time I emailed him I said, ‘I’ve got this football pitch, would you like the boys to come up? 7Rod says he and Elton had a 'big falling out'Credit: Getty - Contributor 7Rod says he finds the situation sad because they used to be 'real close'Credit: Getty -...
    Ross Cellino has paid tribute to his former law partner Steve Barnes, who died in a plane crash in upstate New York on Friday morning. The personal injury attorneys together founded Cellino & Barnes back in 1998, which quickly became one of America's most famous law firms, thanks to an iconic jingle played on television and radio.  The duo dissolved the firm earlier this year following a long-running feud, but that didn't stop Cellino from issuing a heartfelt message following news of Barnes' death.  Barnes, 61, was flying a single-engine Socata TBM-700 before it crashed into a wooded area near the town of Pembroke around 11.45am on Friday. The lawyer's 32-year-old niece, Elizabeth, was also on board and died at the scene.  The pair were on their way to a birthday party in Buffalo for Barnes' mother when the plane crashed.  In his public message released Saturday morning, Cellino stated: 'Steve and I worked together for many years at our firm. He was always a fearless advocate for his clients. His passing is a significant loss for the legal community.' He...
    $100 bill notes. Xinhua/Liu Jie via Getty Images Firefighters in New York arrived to extinguish a fire in Brooklyn on Thursday and came across approximately $1 million dollars that fell from the resident's ceiling, according to CBS New York.  A source from the New York City Fire Department told the New York Post that the money "just kept falling out." A source told the newspaper the money may have came from a life insurance policy from the resident's deceased spouse. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. First responders in New York reportedly found up to $1 million in cash while trying to extinguish a fire this week, according to CBS New York.  According to the outlet, firefighters arrived at a home at around 2 a.m. on Thursday to douse a fire on the first floor. The home was located at  East 57th Street and Avenue L in Brooklyn, CBS New York reported.  But to reach the flames, firefighters had to cut through the ceiling. That's when bundles upon bundles of foil- and plastic-wrapped cash started falling from...
    If the stress of the coronavirus pandemic isn't enough to deal with, people are now losing clumps of hair over it, but famed dermatologist Dr. Pimple Popper insists it's a normal physiological response to a stressful event — and nothing to worry about.  The California-based physician, whose real name is Dr. Sandra Lee, took to TikTok on Thursday to explain that people who are shedding a seemingly alarming amount of hair are likely experiencing pandemic-induced telogen effluvium, a form of temporary hair loss that occurs after a stressful event.  'Right now, we're seeing a lot of people in our offices complaining about hair loss,' she says. 'People are noticing their hair is falling out. They are freaking out. That's normal to freak out, but let me tell you why it's happening and why your hair is going to grow back.' Scroll down for video    Explanation: Dr. Pimple Popper, whose real name is Sandra Lee, has revealed why people are suddenly losing alarming amounts of hair months after the start of the coronavirus pandemic Spreading the word: In...
    Coronavirus survivors have revealed how they are suffering extensive hair loss triggered by coronavirus.  Among them is Grace Dudley, 30, a mother of one from Romford, Essex, who spent almost a fortnight in hospital after contracting Covid-19 from her father, who later died of multiple organ failure caused by the virus. More than a month after she was discharged, Grace, a make-up artist, began to notice her hair falling out in large clumps, seemingly without reason. 'I woke up and noticed it was on my pillow and thought, "that's not good",' she said in an interview with FEMAIL. 'Every time I brushed my hair it was falling out and it's still happening. I've lost about 55 per cent of my hair every day and I'm losing more.'  Grace was told by an expert that her hair loss was linked to Covid-19. According to Grace, the trichologist said the severe hair loss had been triggered because the body had been so close to death that it had began to 'shut down' follicles on her head in a bid to conserve energy...
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