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    A psychologist has warned that Brooklyn Beckham and Nicola Peltz's constant displays of affection online could actually be a sign of trouble behind-the-scenes - hours after the model spoke out about her rift with Brooklyn's mother, Victoria Beckham. Brooklyn, 23, and his wife-of-five-months, Nicola, 27, appear to be the epitome of a doting couple on social media. They constantly share adoring, loved-up snaps that show them kissing, cuddling, and holding hands to their respective feeds, and any time a paparazzi catches them out and about they appear as happy as could be together. However, a relationship expert has now chimed in on their romance, and revealed that things may not be as picture-perfect in real life as they appear to be online, especially amid rumors that the couple is feuding with Brooklyn's famous mom, Victoria.  A psychologist has warned that Brooklyn Beckham and Nicola Peltz's constant displays of affection online could actually be a sign of trouble behind-the-scenes Brooklyn, 23, and his wife, Nicola, 27, appear to be the epitome of a perfect couple on social media - where...
    The View host Whoopi Goldberg cracked up White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre, who played along with a bit mocking President Donald Trump‘s claim he can declassify a document by “thinking about it.” On Thursday’s edition of ABC’s The View, Goldberg opened the show by mocking a moment from Trump’s Hannity interview in which he told Hannity he can declassify a document “by thinking about it.” “I’m thinking him into jail!” Goldberg cracked. Goldberg called back to that joke later when she introduced Jean-Pierre, who came closer than she ever has to commenting on the Mar-a-Lago probe by playing along with the gag — but managed to keep in the clear: WHOOPI GOLDBERG: Please welcome back. White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre. I wonder if Joe Biden has developed the ability to think things into existence now. I wonder if it’s something that happens once you become president, or whether you. Because he can, he could think a lot of folks out of there. He could just think about this. Does this happen to… KARINE JEAN-PIERRE: (laughing) I didn’t know where you were going to go with...
    BEING a flight attendant requires patience, a love of travel, and a lot of life hacks. Because these workers are traveling long distances in a small space all day every day, they need to learn what makes these flights seamless and comfortable. 3A flight attendant revealed unknown tidbits about the professionCredit: TikTok 3She said she always wears sunscreen while flyingCredit: TikTok A flight attendant named Cierra Mistt, who goes by @cierra_mistt on TikTok, has gained a following of over 3 million users thanks to her videos that offer travel tips and secrets. She recently revealed three secrets about the job that most people don’t know – and one of them is pretty gross. “Number one: we’re always wearing sunscreen when we work. “We do this because we’re flying around in a metal tube around 35,000 feet every single day, and that’s really close to the ozone layer.” READ MORE ON LIFE HACKSLIFTED I’ve found THE swimsuit of the summer for big boobs – it gives a push up effectSLEEP TIGHT Sleep expert reveals how often you should wash your bedsheets for...
    Senator Chris Murphy told viewers of Morning Joe that “something is dying inside the soul of this nation” when we collectively allow the massacre of school children to become the norm. A video of Murphy addressing the Senate went viral on Tuesday following the school shooting in Uvalde, Texas that left 19 children and two adults dead. Mike Barnicle asked the Connecticut Democrat and gun safety advocate “Given what’s happened in the last 24 hours, less than nine days since Buffalo, do either of you, you specifically now, Senator Murphy, do you worry that we are slowly through inaction, through political cowardice, political hypocrisy, that we are slowing killing ourselves, the core of our democracy, the heart of our country?” “I do,” he answered. “Something is dying inside the soul of this nation when we accept this as the new normal; when we just decide to become numb because it’s easier.” “I want people in this country to feel a sense of outrage,” he continued. “That’s the reason I went to the floor yesterday as quickly as I did, because...
    LOOKING after somebody else’s child can be nerve wracking because the last thing anyone wants is for something to go wrong.  And one nursery worker has revealed that there is one specific thing she's not a fan of. 2Chelsey is a nursery worker and has shared what her job is like to her TikTok followersCredit: Tik Tok/chel.ssey Chelsey who says she is “basically bringing up the next generation” shared a video to her followers on TikTok, and so many people and nursery workers are agreeing with her.  In the first video, which has been liked over 2,000 times, is captioned: “Anyone else hate talking on the phone?” In the video she films herself miming to a song which says: “Can somebody get me a drink, because it’s hard, it’s hard, it’s really, really hard.”  And the writing on the video says: “When you’ve gotta (SIC) phone a parent to say they need to collect their child because they have a temperature.” Other nursery workers were quick to comment and agree with her.  One wrote: “Leaving the voicemail is even...
    CHICAGO (CBS) — The Chicago Bulls have the San Antonio Spurs in town but it’s who they don’t have that’s the issue. Zach LaVine will miss Monday night and Wednesday as he heads to Los Angeles to see a specialist for his knee. CBS 2’s Jackie Kostek on the fallout as the Bulls limp towards the All-Star break. READ MORE: Jury Convicts Ald. Patrick Daley Thompson In Federal Tax Fraud Trial“As bad as I know he wants to play now, you know. He’s gotta take care of himself first and foremost.” The Bulls without Zach LaVine at Monday shootaround as they struggle to get their roster healthy. DeMar DeRozan said it’s tough not having his right hand in LaVine. READ MORE: Judge Extends CASA's Services To Help DCFS Kids Because 'A Lot Of Children Suffer' After Being Held Longer Than Necessary“It’s just something we got to weather. His health is the most important thing. Him just figuring out what’s what for the long run,” DeRozan said. Whether that could mean LaVine sitting out Saturday’s All Star game, a game that...
    CNN medical analyst Dr. Leana Wen said Tuesday on CNN’s “Inside Politics” that parents who have made the decision to vaccinate themselves should also “vaccinate their children.” Wen said, “We have failed our children. Throughout this entire pandemic, we have not prioritized our kids, and now we’re seeing the effect. We’re seeing the mental health impact as you mentioned, but we’re also seeing the impact on nutrition and physical activity. These studies are also showing that school lockdowns have an impact on increasing childhood obesity which also has implications for diabetes and heart disease for these kids growing later on in life as well.” Anchor John King said, “Sixty percent of the 16 to 17-year-olds are vaccinated, a little more than half 12 to 15. What do you think explains the lagging? It’s only 18%, a little more than that of children aged 5 to 11 who are eligible and not vaccinated. Why is that number still below 20%?” Wen said, “There’s been a fallacy that somehow children don’t get very ill from COVID-19, which we know is just not true. Yes,...
    "Now why is that not a problem? Because we’re f***ing co-opted," Rogan said. Nancy Pelosi's Strange Response to Insider Trading Question www.youtube.com Earlier in the episode, Rogan described politicians making money off the mere fact of being politicians as a "genius con game" and like "a virus finds its way through the system." In fact, Rogan distinguished members of Congress from presidents who profit from being president. "They’re playing a game that’s illegal to play," Rogan said of congressional lawmakers. "Like if you know, specifically — that’s how they put Martha Stewart away, isn’t it? Wasn’t it insider trading? Yeah, so what is insider trading? It’s like, you know something, and because you know something, you can’t make a move on the market because you have inside information."
    Monica Lewinsky offered her opinion of the rise of cancel culture, and whether or not she was victim to it following her affair with President Bill Clinton in the 1990s, during the New York Times "Sway" podcast Monday. "I see the benefits and I see the detriments,"  Lewinsky told host Kara Swisher. "And really, my top feeling about it is that — and this is how I feel about a lot of things, that they become a catchall phrase. We need to actually divide cancel culture up into what the pieces are. What are we talking about?"  Lewinsky, now an activist and producer, suggested that in some cases the act of canceling can be a positive, such as when it exposes sexual predators who were brought to light in the MeToo movement. But she questioned the effectiveness of cancel culture when it targeted someone who may have had only one misstep in an otherwise clean-cut career, or who has "evolved" since an act of indiscretion.  "Are we talking about a MeToo scenario, where someone has been a sexual predator, abused...
    New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio (D) said Monday on MSNBC that he was not concerned if teachers balk at his mandatory vaccine mandate for all public school employees because they had “lots of substitute teachers.” De Blasio said, “I was a public school parent with my kids. I know for parents, it’s all about the health and safety of kids. We need our kids back in the classroom 100%. We need to leave the era of remote behind us. This is the right thing to do to ensure a safe environment. So now our parents will know, and all our employees will know that every single employee in there has been vaccinated, and that’s how we keep this school system safe, and we bring our kids back.” Guest anchor Aaron Gilchrist said, “Can you tell us why you decided to issue this mandate with no exceptions? There are other places that said vaccine or testing. You said no exceptions to getting vaccinated. What does that mean for people who may have religious objections or medical exceptions?” De Blasio...
    Enhance your kitchen with this Instant Pot savings bonanza at Amazon Lack of special-teams experience ended the Tim Tebow tight end experiment Simple Trick To Clean Driveway 10x Faster (In Under 5 Minutes) Ad Microsoft Full screen 1/6 SLIDES © Tim Graham Photo Library via Getty Images Kristen Stewart Cast as Princess Diana Kristen Stewart's casting as Princess Diana was announced in June 2020. At the time, director Pablo Larraín told Deadline that the actress was "one of the great actors around today." He added, "To do this well, you need something very important in film, which is mystery. Kristin can be many things, and she can be very mysterious and very fragile and ultimately very strong as well, which is what we need. The combination of those elements made me think of her." "The way she responded to the script and how she is approaching the character, it's very beautiful to see," he continued. "I think she's going to do something stunning and intriguing at the same time. She...
    CHICAGO (CBS) — 7-year-old Serenity Broughton is dead and her 6-year-old sister, Aubrey, wounded in a shooting Sunday afternoon in the Belmont Central community. Serenity (left) and Aubrey Broughton. (Supplied by Regina Broughton) Here is what we know about the shooting so far: The sisters were shot as their mother was getting them into a car at 2:50 p.m.; police were called to the 6200 block of West Grand Avenue, at Merrimac Avenue, for a ShotSpotter alert. Serenity was shot in the chest and torso, and was pronounced dead at Loyola University Medical Center in Maywood. Aubrey was shot in the chest and right armpit, and was being treated at Loyola. Witnesses said they heard rapid gunfire at the time of the shooting. A man who lives across the street said he heard at least a dozen shots. Police said the girls were not believed to be the intended targets. There may have been more than one shooter, but there was not believed to be crossfire. Police asked anyone who saw something to say something. Witnesses can go anonymously...
    20 cute pencil cases and pouches for back-to-school USMNTs Josh Sargent Out of Werder Bremen Squad Due to Imminent Transfer Spend $500, Pocket $200 Fast with This Top Card Ad Microsoft Full screen 1/5 SLIDES © YouTube A new take! He’s All That shared its official trailer for the upcoming reboot which stars Addison Rae in her first film role ever. The TikTok star admitted that she expected the pressure that came with playing the role of Padgett Sawyer, but that she was more than up for the challenge. “I’m willing to prove how seriously I do take things,” Rae told Bustle in April 2021. “It’s something I’m willing to keep working at and hopefully really proving myself to these people.” The trailer follows Padgett as she deals with a humiliating breakup that turns into a challenge to avenge her reputation. The romantic comedy is a reimagining of She’s All That, which premiered in 1999 and starred Freddie Prinze Jr. and Rachael Leigh Cook. For Rae,...
    Rep. Nicole Malliotakis, R-N.Y., urged her Democratic colleagues on Monday to take a more aggressive approach in investigating the Wuhan lab-leak theory after a congressional report revealed that the Wuhan National Biosafety Lab requested bids for major renovations to air safety and waste treatment systems in research facilities just months before the COVID-19 outbreak began. "Republicans in the subcommittee on COVID are going to continue to work with the Foreign Affairs committee to expose what we can find that make the connection that this is a leak from the lab and China is responsible," Malliotakis said on "The Story" Monday. "What we do know is that this lab was genetically modifying coronaviruses and they were doing it in subpar conditions. We also know in September of 2019, there were a number of scientists from the lab that fell ill with symptoms that would be symptoms similar to COVID. and we also know on or before September 2019 is when we assume this leak occurred because on September 12 of 2019, that’s when they pulled their viral sequence database off the website," she explained. WUHAN LAB REPORT RAISES MAJOR QUESTIONS SURROUNDING ORIGIN OF OUTBREAK The latest congressional report adds another circumstantial...
    Take them to our leader. NASA Administrator Bill Nelson says he doesn’t think we "are alone" after reading the US intelligence community’s recent report on unidentified aerial phenomena (UAP), adding that the launch of a new telescope later this year could find more planets potentially home to intelligent alien life. An unclassified copy of the report was released to the public on Friday, which confirmed there have been more than 140 UAP sightings, with some lawmakers raising concerns that the objects could be controlled by foreign adversaries potentially posing a national security threat.  Senator Bill Nelson, D-Fla., speaks at a campaign event before being joined by Gubernatorial candidate Andrew Gillum and former President Barack Obama in Miami. Nov. 2, 2018. REUTERS/Joe Skipper (REUTERS/Joe Skipper) Nelson, a former astronaut who previously served as Florida’s senior senator, told CNN on Monday that he has directed scientists to research potential explanations and report back to him.  "Yes, I’ve seen the classified report. It says basically what we thought. We don’t know the answer to what those Navy pilots saw, they know...
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    hello.com Daily horoscope: Find out what the stars have in store for you this Monday, February 22 We begin a new week in which the astral movements will be influenced by the change from Mercury to direct, which means that there is a good opportunity to be empathetic, without forgetting, therefore, to be true to oneself. ARIES (March 21 – April 20) We all want to be told when we do something well, to be told what is good and congratulate us on it. In fact, experts say that when this happens, our brain releases hormones that make us happy about it. I am not denying that there is a risk of becoming dependent on that feeling (which, perhaps, is also why many people need so much attention). Even so, this does not mean that we only have to choose the options that most comfort us. This Monday, be natural. TAURUS (April 21 – May 21) I don’t know if you knew, but the fact that things, the more they change, the more they remain as they were, finds its...
    FORT WORTH (CBSDFW.COM) – Fast-moving variants of COVID-19 are spreading across the country, leading to growing evidence that having the virus once doesn’t mean you can’t get it again. “Definitely it is a concern,” said Dr. Nikhil Bhayani, an infectious disease specialist with Texas Health Resources. “It’s not something you know we can ignore.” RELATED: Critically Injured Fort Worth Apartment Fire Victim Passes Away Dr. Bhayani said that while reinfections can happen, they are still relatively rare. Other doctors agree. “So at this point in time I don’t think we have enough data for anyone to feel completely scot free, completely immune to COVID,” said Dr. Crystal Howell, a professor who teaches about infectious diseases at UNT Health Science Center. Both doctors say having had COVID-19 or getting a vaccine will at least offer you some protection, but it’s just too early to know how much the new variants will change things. RELATED: If You Died Tomorrow, Would Your Family Be Prepared? “I hope people keep in mind is that it is not as straightforward as yes or no,” said...
    Mediaset Spain will cover the arrival of Joe Biden to the White House as President of the United States with a live special of ‘Horizonte’, a window that will follow everything that happens in the Capitol, but that will try to go beyond the face of the news. In this way, Iker Jiménez takes on a different current affairs program that will look for the why of what is happening. Iker Jiménez, host of ‘Horizonte’ The presenter will return to Four, this time, to prime time on Wednesday, January 20, with a window that will seek to find the origin of what is happening without staying on the surface. « We are not going to be an informative that touches the faces of the news, I believe that our answer is behind all that », Jiménez comments. In fact, the central theme of this ‘Horizon’ will be to know « everything they haven’t told us about the guys who stormed the Capitol« He adds. It will even open the melon of conspiracy theories related to QAnon and his possible implication after the recent assaults....
    Alex Wong/Getty Images A mysterious message on the State Department’s official website sent Twitter into a frenzy on Monday afternoon. The message claimed President Donald Trump’s term in the White House would end on January 11, more than a week early. “Donald J. Trump’s term ended on 2021-01-11 19:39:28,” the message said, using military time to denote 7:39 p.m. If you search the https://t.co/J0mI7ov8Xm site you can see that this “glitch” seems to have happened before… pic.twitter.com/4IF4FGuS1Y — Olivier Knox (@OKnox) January 11, 2021 Reporting later shed some more light on the bizarre incident. Sources told BuzzFeed Monday afternoon that a disgruntled staffer was behind the message. Tension in the State Department has been high following Wednesday’s unrest in Washington, D.C. Career foreign and civil service officers submitted a cable to Secretary of State Mike Pompeo through the department’s “dissent channel” after the incident, asking him to support invoking the 25th Amendment to remove the president. The message was up for nearly an hour. (Visitors to the page are now being in that the page is having “technical difficulties.”)...
    Review: Chamberlain Smart Garage Hub Texas DeMarvion Overshown Is the King of Armbands Incredible Blanket Puts Humans In A Deep Sleep, Melting Stress & Anxiety Away Ad Microsoft Full screen 1/7 SLIDES © Courtesy of Meredith Marks/Instagram Is the Real Housewives of Salt Lake City franchise already heading for its first divorce? During the second episode of the first season, Meredith Marks and her husband, Seth Marks, revealed they had secretly separated before filming began. “Seth and I have been together for a really long time,” she told the Bravo cameras. “We met when we were 23, got married at 24 and had a baby at 25. It was just a tornado that came through and that was it. I was young but head-over-heels in love, so I went for it.” During an awkward dinner on the November 18 episode, Seth asked his wife if he’s told her friends that they are “separated.” She replied, “It’s not like I’m running around talking...
    President Donald Trump’s niece Mary Trump, Thursday on ABC’s “The View,” called her uncle “a very desperate man” because he could not mentally accept he lost the 2020 election. Trump said, “We’re seeing a very desperate man. Somebody who knows that his best option is to cling to power no matter who gets hurt in the process. Obviously, there really isn’t any way for him to do that legitimately. So, he’s going to pursue whatever illegitimate means that he has at his disposal. And, you know, it’s really troubling because it’s not just that Donald is hurting himself, which he is doing by continuing to play this out to these absurd lengths. He’s doing serious damage to our democracy, to people’s faith in the American electoral process, and he’s also undermining the legitimacy of the incoming administration, which is going to make it that much harder for President Biden and Vice President Harris to get us out of these interconnected crises that we’re all suffering from right now.” Co-host Sunny Hostin said, “President Trump continues to publicly claim that he...
    There’s No Point in Leaving Your Bed When You Have These Cozy Womens Pajamas Conor McGregor vs. Dustin Poirier 2 booked for UFC 257 Seniors On Medicare Are Getting a Big Pay Day in 2020 Ad Microsoft Full screen 1/6 SLIDES © Courtesy of Meredith Marks/Instagram Is the Real Housewives of Salt Lake City franchise already heading for its first divorce? During the second episode of the first season, Meredith Marks and her husband, Seth Marks, revealed they had secretly separated before filming began. “Seth and I have been together for a really long time,” she told the Bravo cameras. “We met when we were 23, got married at 24 and had a baby at 25. It was just a tornado that came through and that was it. I was young but head-over-heels in love, so I went for it.” During an awkward dinner on the November 18 episode, Seth asked his wife if he’s told her friends that they are “separated.” She replied,...
    Failed presidential candidate Hillary Clinton continued questioning the result of the 2016 election, voicing her concerns in an interview with the Atlantic published on Friday. “No, there was a widespread understanding that this election [in 2016] was not on the level,” she said in an interview with Edward Issac-Dovere about her spectacular loss to President Donald Trump. “We still don’t know what really happened. I mean, there’s just a lot that I think will be revealed. History will discover.” During the interview, Clinton repeatedly noted she won the popular mandate by nearly three million votes, which she argued put into question the actual results. “But you don’t win by three million votes and have all this other shenanigans and stuff going on and not come away with an idea like, ‘Whoa, something’s not right here,'” she said. Clinton revisited her frequent complaints about Facebook, Russian disinformation, and Vladimir Putin for why she lost the election and warned about it happening again in 2020. “With the 2020 election, we know — from all the reporting that’s been done, and lots of...
    Senator Sherrod Brown (D-OH) speculated on Tuesday’s broadcast of MSNBC’s “Live With Stephanie Ruhle,” that Russian President Vladimir Putin has something on President Donald Trump in light of a New York Times story on President Donald Trump’s tax returns. When asked if he has concerns over the president’s finances, Brown said, “Of course. We have followed Trump. Most American banks won’t — quit financing Trump years ago. He turned to Deutsche Bank, and Deutsche Bank is an outlier and an outlaw among many of the world’s banks in the world’s legitimate banks. Trump is clearly—there’s something that Putin has on Trump. We hear everything ranging from sex tapes to huge debt that he owes, money as Kamala Harris pointed out. A lot of money he owes to somebody.” He added, “And so clearly, some things are going on there, and we should know what they are. Trump clearly doesn’t want the public to know. It’s why his behavior toward the autocrats, particularly Putin, is so sordid and un-American. I think that the more we know, the more even Trump’s base will begin to...
    During a press conference on Saturday, President Donald Trump said that he does not plan on pursuing debunked claims about California Sen. Kamala Harris, Mediaite reported. Trump was asked by a reporter to say whether he believes Harris is eligible to serve as vice president. He did not directly answer the question, but he made sure to praise conservative law professor John Eastman, who made the controversial claim. “I read something about it and I will say he is a brilliant lawyer, that I guess he wrote an article about it, so I know nothing about it, but it’s not something that bothers me,” the commander-in-chief said. The reporter suggested that Trump should explicitly reject the conspiracy theory, as to not add legitimacy to Eastman’s claims. “I just don’t know about it, but it’s not something we will be pursuing,” Trump replied. “The lawyer happens to be a brilliant lawyer as you probably know. He wrote an article saying it could be a problem. It’s not something that I’m going to be pursuing.” Trump — who was a proponent of...
    (CBSLA)- Major League Baseball woke up Monday to concerning news coming out of Philadelphia. After reports Sunday indicated that four Marlins players had tested positive for COVID-19, new reporting indicated that more players and a couple of staff members had tested positive by Monday morning. With that news, the league decided to postpone games in Miami and Philadelphia scheduled for Monday night. However, the rest of the league is set to keep on playing. Los Angeles Dodgers President and CEO Stan Kasten joined MLB Network Radio on Sirius XM Monday and said that the league was expecting something along these lines to happen at some point. “I don’t believe there’s going to be any panic just yet. I think we understood there might be occasions like this which is why we had our player pool as big as it is,” said Kasten. “I don’t really know what’s going to happen to the Marlins because I don’t know the extent of it just yet and who may or may not be infected and for how long they may be at risk....
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