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    BRENDAN RODGERS says Leicester’s on-field scuffles show they’re up for the fight. Daniel Amartey was seen having a pop at James Maddison in the dying seconds after Alexis Mac Allister curled in Brighton’s FIFTH goal in yesterday's drubbing. 2Brendan Rodgers has vowed to fight on as Leicester bossCredit: Getty 2Some Leicester supporters are calling for their under-pressure manager to leaveCredit: AFP Earlier Danny Ward and Wilfred Ndidi were embroiled in a furious verbal spat as the Welsh stopper nearly gifted Danny Welbeck a goal in just one of the Foxes' many defensive cock ups. The 5-2 pasting means woeful Leicester are now winless in their first five Prem games and remain rock bottom in the table. When asked if the group are together, Leicester boss Rodgers, 49, replied: “Absolutely. I’m happy when that happens. “You’ve got to tell each other. You can’t hide behind a rock and pretend it’s not happening. The group is very much together. READ MORE FOOTBALLTransfer news Moyes RAGE as West Ham 'goal' chalked off, Ronaldo trains for Arsenal clash “That’s the beauty of it. Their...
    This tricky brainteaser will challenge even the most eagled eyed of puzzle solvers.  With August being the most popular month of the year to move house, moving company Luxury Flooring & Furnishings has created this mind-boggling challenge. Beneath the layers of mess and clutter, including books, washing machines and cabinets, is a scrap of herringbone parquet flooring. And with 95 per cent of people are unable to spot the ground in under one minute - can you step up to the challenge and find the spare inch of space? Home moving company Luxury Flooring & Furnishings has created a tricky test. Are you able to find the herringbone parquet flooring beneath all of the boxes? Scroll for reveal Still looking? You’re looking for arrow-style, brown-coloured wooden flooring.  RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next The faces behind The Archers: As June Spencer, 103, retires... Tragic Empress getting 'The Crown' treatment: Story of... Isle of Wight restaurant boss hits back at two-star... We're gonna play a call on The Addams Family! As Netflix... Share this...
    KEN Davy can be forgiven for being teary-eyed even if Huddersfield do not win their first Challenge Cup in 69 years – this is for Jennifer. The man whose investment of ‘big sums’ of money has kept the Giants alive after initially pumping cash in anonymously will lead them out for their first final for 13 years on Saturday. 3Ken Davy will dedicated Huddersfield's Challenge Cup final to late wife JenniferCredit: SWPIX.COM But as he strides out alongside great-grandson Xavier, all thoughts will be for the wife he lost five years ago, who decided with him to get involved and stay involved. Davy said: “I’m very emotional. I’m dedicating the final on Saturday to the memory of my beloved wife, Jennifer. “She was, in essence, very instrumental in me becoming involved in rugby league at the outset. “We had more than 50 wonderful years together and I know she’d love to be there – and I believe rugby league played a part in our romance.” Davy, who is not a Huddersfield native, first got involved with the Giants as a...
    Jonathan Kuminga flew under the radar in Friday night’s Rising Stars Challenge, the first event of All-Star weekend in Cleveland. His Team Payton, coached by Oakland native Gary Payton, lost 50-48 to Team Barry in the first round of the showcase with Kuminga playing few minutes with limited impact. Kuminga, the Warriors’ 19-year-old rookie, shot 1-for-4 and 0-for-2 from three point range with no assists and no rebounds off the bench. Kuminga was a late addition to the showcase, filling in for an injured Chris Duarte of the Indiana Pacers. Kuminga’s teammates included Charlotte’s LaMelo Ball, Toronto’s Scottie Barnes, Chicago’s Ayo Dosunmu, G-League’s Scoot Henderson, Denver’s Bones Hyland and Minnesota’s Jaden McDaniels. The showcase pitted four teams against each other in a tournament. In a new format that added some intensity to the competition, the first team to 50 points wins the first round, then the first to 25 points wins the championship game. Team Rick Barry went on to win the four-game tournament behind an MVP performance from Detroit’s Cade Cunningham, the first overall pick in...
    Two men who have served more than 30 years in prison for robbing and killing an elderly man in Banning are challenging their convictions under a 3-year-old law that redefines a person’s culpability for murder. David Earl Walker, 51, and Brandon Tyrone Collins, 52, were both convicted in January 1992 of first-degree murder and robbery for the July 3, 1991, death of 77-year-old Wilbur Hutchens. They each were sentenced to 25 years to life in prison. However, under Senate Bill 1437, which took effect on Jan. 1, 2019, the “natural and probable consequences” doctrine of the felony murder rule has been eliminated. Now, to be convicted of murder, a perpetrator must have acted with malice aforethought that cannot be be based solely on participation in an underlying crime. Additionally, SB 1437 provides that a person is liable for murder only if he was the actual killer, a major participant in the underlying crime and acted with reckless indifference toward human life, intended to kill the victim or aided and/or abetted the actual killer in the commission of first-degree murder. The...
    MTV/Instagram The Challenge's TJ Lavin Some controversy about the final of “The Challenge: All Stars” season two has been circulating after a couple of competitors addressed issues with production at the final challenge. Janelle Casanave and winners MJ Garrett and Jonna Mannion have all spoken about issues they had with the locks on the safes in the last section of the final. Janelle said there was a huge problem with their lockbox and it never opened even though they followed all the steps on the board and had the right combination. MJ and Jonna revealed that even though they arrived at the safes first, they also couldn’t get it open so production told them they got the right numbers and to just run to the jet. However, halfway there, they were told to go back to the locks because they hadn’t done it right. Since then, Janelle opened up about a “fourth step” involving the lock combination that they were never told about but MJ said the fourth step was essential for opening the safe. Janelle was also...
    The Supreme Court heard two cases Tuesday regarding long-term detention of noncitizens who enter the country without authorization and whether they are entitled to bond hearings while their immigration cases are adjudicated. Both cases, Johnson v. Arteaga-Martinez and Garland v. Aleman Gonzalez, focus on immigrants who had repeatedly entered the United States illegally and challenged long-term detentions extending more than six months. Their lawyers argue they are entitled to a bond hearing for a judge to decide whether their detainment should continue. The heart of the lawsuits centers on a 1996 immigration statute that states an unauthorized immigrant "may" remain in detention for an extended period. Gonzalez's defense argues that because it says "may" be detained instead of "shall," it implies discretion by an immigration judge and entitles them to a hearing. Justices in the liberal camp pushed back against President Joe Biden's Justice Department, which argued such detentions typically average less than six months. LEAKED PHOTOS REVEAL BIDEN'S DISASTROUS DETENTION OF MIGRANTS IN ARIZONA Justice Sonia Sotomayor, who attended the hearing virtually, argued that a 2001 precedent established...
    HALEDON, N.J. (CBSNewYork) — A new, destructive TikTok craze has teens stealing and damaging property at schools. From stealing school supplies to trashing bathrooms, students around the country are jumping on a viral TikTok trend. READ MORE: COVID-19 In Pittsburgh: Allegheny County Reports 465 More Cases In Last 24 Hours Parents and teachers are quickly getting a crash course, too. “I was completely unaware of this phenomenon. But lo and behold, the very next day, we experienced a form of mild vandalism,” said Chris Wacha, superintendent of Haledon Public School. Wacha said a day after his son warned him about a challenge called “Devious Licks” last week, someone caused $400 in plumbing damage to the boys’ bathroom. “It’s not good. They need to shut this down. They need parents of the kids to come in and explain. This is a serious matter,” parent Florencio Hernandez said. “For every action there is a reaction, so if you do something that’s not cool, then something not cool is going to happen to you,” parent Machanga Blackmon added. In Connecticut, some school administrators...
    HALEDON, N.J. (CBSNewYork) — A new, destructive TikTok craze has teens stealing and damaging property at schools. The challenge has spread here locally, with districts from New Jersey to Connecticut reporting thousands of dollars in damage while issuing warnings to students and parents, CBS2’s Christina Fan reported Monday. From stealing school supplies to trashing bathrooms, students around the country are jumping on a viral TikTok trend. Parents and teachers are quickly getting a crash course, too. “I was completely unaware of this phenomenon. But lo and behold, the very next day, we experienced a form of mild vandalism,” said Chris Wacha, superintendent of Haledon Public School. READ MORE: ‘I Laid On The Floor And Just Bawled’: TikTok Sensation, 79, Overwhelmed By Support After Scooter Breaks Wacha said a day after his son warned him about a challenge called “Devious Licks” last week, someone caused $400 in plumbing damage to the boys’ bathroom. “It’s not good. They need to shut this down. They need parents of the kids to come in and explain. This is a serious matter,” parent Florencio Hernandez said....
    WESTMORELAND COUNTY (KDKA) — A dangerous TikTok trend has reached a school district in Westmoreland County. Two viral challenges on TikTok are calling for the destruction of school bathrooms. At Hempfield Area Senior High School, two sophomores are being investigated for damaging a bathroom. READ MORE: Pfizer Says COVID-19 Vaccine Works In Kids Ages 5 To 11 A soap dispenser and a mirror are just a couple of things missing from the bathroom. Law enforcement says said it is the outcome of the “Bathroom Challenge” and the “Devious Licks” challenge on TikTok. The school sent a letter to parents on Monday describing the challenges and saying anybody guilty will be prosecuted to the fullest extent. “Please take a moment to reiterate to your son or daughter the importance of not bowing to peer pressure and respecting school privacy,” the letter said. Law enforcement said they are trying to put an end to the challenges. READ MORE: Fourth Stimulus Check: Will Americans Get Another Relief Payment? “If you commit a crime like this, there a chance that it’s going to end...
    (CNN)A San Antonio doctor who wrote a Washington Post op-ed claiming that he had violated Texas' six-week abortion ban now faces a lawsuit brought against him under the ban.The lawsuit was filed Monday by Oscar Stilley, a former tax attorney in Arkansas who is serving a home confinement sentence for a federal conviction on tax crimes. He filed the lawsuit against the doctor in Bexar County.RELATED: Texas doctor says he violated the state's strict new abortion lawIn a phone interview with CNN, Stilley said he is an opponent of the law that bars most abortions in the state, but wants to clear the way for a judge to rule on its constitutionality. Read More"I am a supporter of the Constitution, and I am opposed to the law." Stilley said. Stilley's lawsuit was first reported by The Washington Post.This story is breaking and will be updated.
    President Joe Biden is facing renewed political pressure over arrivals at the southern U.S. border, as roughly 12,000 Haitians await processing in an encampment under a Del Rio bridge. Democratic lawmakers have urged the president to halt deportations, even as officials voice concerns about the swelling numbers. But the Department of Homeland Security announced on Saturday it would begin to expel some of the Haitian migrants as part of a "comprehensive strategy" for dealing with the crisis. "The Biden Administration has reiterated that our borders are not open, and people should not make the dangerous journey. Individuals and families are subject to border restrictions, including expulsion," DHS said  in its Saturday announcement. "Irregular migration poses a significant threat to the health and welfare of border communities and to the lives of migrants themselves, and should not be attempted." ABBOTT SAYS BIDEN REVERSED COURSE AND REFUSED TO ALLOW CLOSURE OF TEXAS BORDER CROSSINGS U.S. Customs and Border Protection's Office of Trade took the unusual step Friday evening of shutting down the Del Rio Port of Entry, not allowing traffic north...
    ARSENAL boss Mikel Arteta is adamant his side should have been awarded a penalty after Bukayo Saka went down under a challenge from Reece James during their defeat to Chelsea. The Gunners were brushed aside 2-0 by their London rivals at the Emirates Stadium on Sunday afternoon. No penalty...????Did Chelsea and Reece James get away with one here? ????#ARSCHE pic.twitter.com/M3fLAez3mv— Sky Sports Premier League (@SkySportsPL) August 22, 2021 1Saka felt he should have been awarded a penalty for the tangle with JamesCredit: AP But Arteta believes his side deserved a route back into the game five minutes before half-time when Saka hit the deck. The 19-year-old attempted to scamper onto a through ball but got his legs tangled with Chelsea defender James. Both of the England internationals ended up on the floor and Saka swiftly turned to see what decision referee Paul Tierney was going to give. But the official waved away Arsenal protests and VAR supported the on-field call. However, an aggrieved Arteta felt totally different after the final whistle. According to journalist Sam Inkersole, the Gunners boss was...
    ARSENAL boss Mikel Arteta is adamant his side should have been awarded a penalty after Bukayo Saka went down under a challenge from Reece James during their defeat to Chelsea. The Gunners were brushed aside 2-0 by their London rivals at the Emirates Stadium on Sunday afternoon. No penalty…????Did Chelsea and Reece James get away with one here? ????#ARSCHE pic.twitter.com/M3fLAez3mv— Sky Sports Premier League (@SkySportsPL) August 22, 2021 AP 1 Saka felt he should have been awarded a penalty for the tangle with James But Arteta believes his side deserved a route back into the game five minutes before half-time when Saka hit the deck. The 19-year-old attempted to scamper onto a through ball but got his legs tangled with Chelsea defender James. Both of the England internationals ended up on the floor and Saka swiftly turned to see what decision referee Paul Tierney was going to give. But the official waved away Arsenal protests and VAR supported the on-field call. However, an aggrieved Arteta felt totally different after the final whistle. According to journalist Sam Inkersole, the Gunners...
    FOOD fan Max Stanford set a new world record after scoffing 200 biccies in less than 40 minutes. His challenge saw him wolf down Jaffa Cakes, Oreos and Chips Ahoy cookies that had a gut-busting total of 11,000 calories. 7Max Stanford set a new world record after scoffing 200 biccies in less than 40 minutesCredit: Caters 7Max wolfed down Jaffa Cakes, Oreos and Chips Ahoy cookies that had a gut-busting total of 11,000 caloriesCredit: Caters 7Max said: 'Everybody did say to have tea with them'Credit: Caters And all he had to help wash them down — one every 12 seconds — was water. Max, 33, said: “Everybody did say to have tea with them. “I try to stick with water, but it sometimes does differ. “If I start to get flavour fatigue, I will mix up having something else like Diet Coke or coffee. “The sugar rush hit me hard afterwards so there was no room for dinner.” Max’s biscuit challenge was the latest in a series of videos on his Max vs Food YouTube channel. Some of his other...
    RAHEEM STERLING was at the centre of a penalty debate after he went down under a challenge from Andrew Robertson. The Manchester City forward appeared to collide with Liverpool's Robertson just before the 79th minute in England's clash with Scotland. 2Raheem Sterling goes down under a challenge from Andrew Robertson Should #ENG have been awarded a penalty there? ????Peter Walton thinks the referee got the decision spot on - but what do you reckon?#ENGSCO | #ITVFootball | #Euro2020 pic.twitter.com/fypFu7tfrK— ITV Football (@itvfootball) June 18, 2021 Replays revealed Sterling's toe was stood on, but referee Antonio Miguel Mateu Lahoz waved off the Three Lions protests coming his way. And VAR also chose not to review the call - and fans were split on whether it was the correct decision or not. One tweeted: "Should have been given." Another posted: "If that happens in the middle of the pitch, it’s a freekick." One commented: "No clear dive should of been booked." Another argued: "No. It’s not a pen. Would 100% have been given in the premier league tho."...
    An Iranian warship possibly en route to Venezuela that is believed to be carrying weapons and fast attack war craft could also be transporting millions of gallons of fuel in a ploy to get around US sanctions because the vessel is subject to sovereign immunity.  The Makran vessel, which is a converted oil tanker that can carry three million gallons of fuel, is one of two warships currently sailing in the Atlantic Ocean after departing from the Iranian port city of Bandar Abbas on April 29. Despite fears the warships are carrying weapons as well as oil, US authorities are unable to stop them - even if they are violating sanctions like the ones imposed by the US on Venezuela - because the vessels are subject to sovereign immunity in international waters.  Ships that are government-owned or operated are granted immunity under the United Nations Convention and cannot be subject to the jurisdiction of any country, unless they threaten the coastal state.  Previous shipments of oil to Venezuela from Iran that have been carried out on commercial vessels have been seized by US authorities. The two warships...
    The Supreme Court said Monday that an earlier ruling that declared felony convictions by non-unanimous juries were unconstitutional and "a pillar" of the Jim Crow era cannot be applied retroactively. The 6-3 decision in the case, known as Edwards v. Vannoy, leaves in limbo hundreds of people incarcerated in Louisiana and Oregon by non-unanimous jury verdicts — 80% of whom in Louisiana are black, and most of whom are serving life sentences. In an April 2020 opinion, Justice Neil Gorsuch wrote that non-unanimous jury laws in Louisiana were designed to render Black juror service "meaningless." Justice Brett Kavanaugh wrote the laws originated as "a pillar of a comprehensive and brutal program of racist Jim Crow measures against African Americans." However, writing for the majority on Monday, Kavanaugh said that the 2020 decision in the earlier case, Ramos v. Louisiana, did not constitute a "watershed" ruling that can be applied retroactively. Arguments in Edwards v. Vannoy had focused on whether the Ramos decision satisfied two standards set in a landmark 1969 case called Teague v. Lane, in which the court found...
    Tuesday on MSNBC’s “Morning Joe,” Secretary of Homeland Security Alejandro Mayorkas declared that the situation with unaccompanied children at the United States’ border with Mexico was “under control.” Mayorkas acknowledged that the issue is still ongoing but said the Department of Homeland Security has been executing its plan to alleviate the crisis at the border. “About five weeks ago, I said publicly that this challenge is a serious one, but we have a plan. And we know how to manage a situation like this. This is what we do,” Mayorkas outlined. “We are executing on our plan, and it takes time. Now, it is a month later. On March 28, we had 5,767 unaccompanied children at the Border Patrol stations. On March 28, the average length of stay of an unaccompanied child in a Border Patrol station was about 133 hours.” “We have about 600 children in a Border Patrol station now, and the average length of stay is under 30 hours,” he added. “We’ve been executing our plan. We will continue to do so, and we have the situation...
    CHICAGO (CBS) — In one of the biggest steps in getting more people in Illinois vaccinated against COVID-19, the state moves to Phase 2 of its vaccination program on Monday. Under Phase 2, everyone 16 and older will be eligible for the vaccine – except in Chicago, where the date is a week later. READ MORE: 1 Dead, 3 Injured After Shooting On Eisenhower Expressway Near Damen Avenue The state has already opened more than 150,000 appointments. But there is always concern about supply and demand. On Sunday night, CBS 2’s Steven Graves looked into one major hurdle for teenagers and their parents. The 16- and 17-year-olds can only get the Pfizer vaccine – Moderna and Johnson & Johnson are not approved for that age range. Some challenges are already arising as local counties prepare for a big influx of interest. You’ve 16-year-old Avi Rubin on CBS 2 before, as he has been helping hundreds of people book COVID-19 vaccine doses. “Now that I have the opportunity to get the vaccine, I’m really excited,” said Rubin, a Highland Park High...
    CBS Cody Calafiore on 'Big Brother All-Stars' Two-time “Big Brother” player Cody Calafiore is a “Challenge” legacy — his older brother Paul has appeared on several seasons. In a recent interview, Cody was asked if the MTV show has ever approached him and whether he’d ever go on it. Here is what he’s had to say. Calafiore Was Asked Once And Almost Appeared On a SeasonEP170: Hello, Cody Calafiore! Greetings from “Central” New Jersey!❤️ DON’T FORGET TO THUMBS UP, SUBSCRIBE, & HIT THE BELL!❤️ Cody Calafiore, champion of Big Brother 22: All-Stars, joins Eric and Nicole for an episode of “Hello, Friends!” filled with talk of his experiences on Big Brother, his life post-season and how it differs from last time, what he’s been up to, becoming a…2021-03-13T01:53:42Z On an interview for Nicole Anthony’s podcast “Hello Friends,” Calafiore was asked if he’s ever been approached to participate in “The Challenge” and he confirmed that he was actually supposed to be on “War of the Worlds” back in 2019. “I was asked the first season that [Josh Martinez] went...
    You learn something new every day, and inquisitive minds on TikTok have discovered that the color of their irises can look different under certain angles, which they have dubbed the "side eye challenge." The trending hashtag has racked up more than 2.4 million views from fellow TikTokers. Countless users have uploaded close-up videos showing their eyes seemingly changing color from a front and side view. To take part in the trend, TikTokers set their videos to the tune "After Dark" by Mr. Kitty and say what they think their side eye color looks like. MILLENNIALS SLAM GEN Z OVER FASHION, BEAUTY, EMOJI PREFERENCES So far, TikTok user mads.yuhhh has received the most likes with the #sideeyechallenge video she shared on Sunday, which has earned more than 44,800 likes and 1,080 comments. "Saw a girl saying her side eye color was sage green…" mads.yuhhh captioned her clip. "Mines creme?" @mads.yuhhh #sideeyechallenge #fyp ♬ original sound - ℳ Commenters under her post went on to describe the color changes they observed from their own side eye challenges. TIKTOKER CLAIMS THERE’S A WAY...
    MTV/Instagram The Challenge: War of the Worlds cast Three-time competitor on MTV’s The Challenge, Stephen Bear, has been a lightning rod of controversy lately. He was recently arrested in London after being accused by fellow Challenge star Georgia Harrison of sharing intimate content without her knowledge or permission. On Monday, Bear riled up Twitter users when he pretended that he was expecting twin babies.  Sharing a picture of an ultrasound that appears to show twins, Bear wrote, “Wasn’t expecting 2. Think it’s time I should I grow up.” See below: Wasn’t expecting 2 ????Think it’s time I should I grow up ???? pic.twitter.com/QKFXwh7NG1 — Stephen Bear (@stephen__bear) February 8, 2021 After Bear published the tweet, many users quickly jumped on the reality TV star, expressing their disbelief. Multiple users also found the same image of the ultrasound on Google, and shared it. For example, one user shared the same image and wrote, “Just when you think you can’t get any more desperate for attention!” Another user wrote, “I don’t understand. Is there like something seriously wrong with...
    The social media platform TikTok announced Wednesday that it would comply with Italian authorities’ request to block all users under 13, among other actions, after a 10-year-old girl died choking herself while attempting the “blackout challenge” she had seen on the platform. “In line with our ongoing commitment to the security of the TikTok community, we’ve made important changes, including industry-pioneering measures to protect the youngest members of our community,” Alexandra Evans, TikTok Head of Child Safety in Europe, said in a press release announcing TikTok’s new initiatives. (RELATED: Authorities Are Investigating After People Spotted Someone Who Looks Like Teen Missing Since 2014 In TikTok Video) TikTok influencers Florin Vitan (L) and Alessia Lanza perform a video for the social network TikTok in the “Defhouse”, a TikTok influencers incubator in Milan, on January 21, 2021. (Photo by MIGUEL MEDINA/AFP via Getty Images) “From Feb. 9, through an update of our app, we will re-pass every user in Italy through our age verification process. Only users 13 years of age or older will be able to continue using the app after going through this process. Users...
    Former The Challenge star Mattie Lynn Breaux teased her Instagram followers on Saturday with a sexy shot of herself holding up some mistletoe. She invited them to meet her underneath the plant, known for people choosing to kiss underneath it during the holidays. Mattie posed in front of a gold-framed full-length mirror, and she wore a sexy red-and-white candy cane striped mini dress. The sleeveless garment featured a hoop hemline lined in white faux fur. Her backside reflected in the mirror tantalizingly, revealing that the outfit barely preserved her modesty. Also reflected was a gorgeously decorated Christmas tree. The reality TV star completed the festive look with crimson crushed velvet elbow gloves also lined with the puffy fur and cowboy boots that featured the same furry trim, leaving a large expanse of her shapely legs bare. She lifted one arm, holding mistletoe suggestively while placing a glove-clad finger in front of her full pursed lips, indicated that the whole thing should be a secret. The model’s gorgeous brunette locks tumbled in loose ringlets down her back and over her shoulder...
    Jerome Morgan was imprisoned for second-degree murder in 1994 after 10 out of 12 jurors voted to convict him. The two jurors who wanted to acquit Morgan were the Louisiana jury's lone Black members — and they were right. The then-17-year-old was at a New Orleans birthday party in 1993 and hid when gunshots rang out, before helping save the life of a victim who later testified in Morgan's defense. Still, it would be nearly 20 years before the Innocence Project discovered evidence that led to Morgan's exoneration in the murder of a 16-year-old who died in the shooting. The Supreme Court ruled in April that laws allowing for felony convictions based on non-unanimous juries are in violation of the Sixth Amendment to the Constitution. Justice Neil Gorsuch wrote in the 6-3 majority opinion that non-unanimous jury laws were designed to render Black juror service "meaningless." In a concurring opinion, Justice Brett Kavanaugh wrote the laws originated as "a pillar of a comprehensive and brutal program of racist Jim Crow measures against African Americans."  Get Breaking News Delivered to Your...
    WE’RE all guilty of losing things around the house, but how quickly can you spot the missing item in this interiors-themed brainteaser. Sofa and carpet specialist, ScS, has created a new puzzle challenging players to spot the lamp in this crowded living room. 2Can you spot the lamp in this crowded sitting room?Credit: Scs It seems that the owner of this living room has a serious penchant for sofas with the whole space covered in settees. And with side boards and coffee tables thrown into the mix, the lamp is far from easy to spot. According to its creators only 30 per cent of Brits can spot the lamp in under 30 seconds - so can you spot it any faster? Think you can seek out the missing lamp? Scroll down for the reveal. 2Eagle-eyed players should be able to spot the small green lamp in the lower left hand cornerCredit: Scs Most read in FabulousCHOKING ALERTMum’s warning after baby nearly died drinking bottle when milk got into lungsI SEE YOUFacebook really DOES spy on you through your phone...
    The good news for the Jets is, improving off last week should not be too difficult. After laying an egg in Buffalo, the Jets play their home opener against the 49ers at MetLife Stadium on Sunday, looking to show they are not going to be the pushover they appeared to be in Week 1. The pressure is already on coach Adam Gase, whose team looked ill-prepared in the loss to the Bills. Team CEO and chairman Christopher Johnson gave Gase what may have been the earliest vote of confidence in NFL history this week. Johnson called Gase a “brilliant offensive mind.” It’s time for Gase to show the rest of us that brilliance. “We don’t have a choice, we have to get better, we have to improve,” Gase said. “We have to make sure that we do a better job next week because we are playing another team that’s really good on offense, and they are really good on defense and really good on special teams, so we cannot play like we did this last game.” The schedule makers...
    CYPRESS, Texas -- Texans always love a good food challenge - and this restaurant in Cypress, just outside of Houston, has one that's hard to beat! The Backyard Grill is known for its enormous burgers, but "The Beast" is the king of them all.This Texas-sized burger challenge involves a whopping six-pound burger topped with eight slices of bacon, four slices of American cheese, four slices of Swiss cheese, mushrooms, jalapenos, and vegetables. If that's not enough for you, "The Beast" is also served up with three pounds of fries! Over 400 people have tried to take on "The Beast," but only 10 have actually finished the whole thing by themselves.If you polish it off in under an hour, then the $45.99 burger is yours for free!
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