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    THE Football Association might want to drop Football’s Coming Home from England’s repertoire, but NEWSFLASH: It will make no difference. England fans will sing exactly what they want to sing. And what they’ll want to sing is Football’s Coming Home. 2The Football Association might want to drop Football’s Coming Home from England’s repertoire, but NEWSFLASH: It will make no differenceCredit: Getty 2England fans will sing exactly what they want to sing. And what they’ll want to sing is Baddiel and Skinner's Football’s Coming HomeCredit: Anthony Upton  It’s as catchy as hell and has seen us through thick and thin. Well, mainly thin.  It’s been sung wholeheartedly, and sarcastically. But it’s in the tortured soul of us all. It runs through English football like a stick of rock.  The FA could possibly get Paul McCartney, Ed Sheeran, Stormzy and Adele together to write something new but, trust me, not even they could come up with anything to supplant our anthem.  If it winds up the opposition, getting their juices going at some imagined arrogance on our behalf, then so be it....
    Officers with the Huntington Park Police Department shot and killed a man they said was armed with a knife early Tuesday. The Los Angeles County Fire Department was called to the 6500 block of Marbrisa Avenue around 11:45 p.m. Monday, according to Deputy Trina Schrader of the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department, which is handling the investigation. There was no fire at the scene, but responders were “confronted by a male adult who stated he had a weapon on him, possibly a handgun,” Schrader said. The Fire Department called Huntington Park Police. When officers arrived, the man — described only as being “possibly in his 30s” — brandished a knife, Schrader said. The man ignored repeated commands to drop the knife, sheriff’s officials said, and "[a] less lethal [method] was deployed with little to no effect on the man.” Neither sheriff’s nor police officials would confirm what less-lethal tactic was deployed. The man then ran toward Gage Avenue, where a witness who was not identified said he was acting erratically and carrying a knife, KNBC-TV reported. Officers again...
    Luxurious gifts of tiger and cheetah fur given to Donald Trump by the Saudi royal family are fake, a new report revealed Monday.  The expensive presents were given to Trump during his 2017 trip to Saudi Arabia, his first overseas presidential visit. The furs, as well as a dagger with an ivory handle, were probed over possible concerns they violated the Endangered Species Act.  Trump officials received a total of 82 gifts during that May visit, a State Department report obtained via a New York Times Freedom of Information Act request revealed.  Nine of the most expensive gifts including the dagger and furs weren't disclosed until Trump's last full day in office. But according to the US Interior Department, which seized the gifts over the endangered species concerns, the furs don't violate any laws because they aren't made of real big cats. 'Wildlife inspectors and special agents determined the linings of the robes were dyed to mimic tiger and cheetah patterns and were not comprised of protected species,' an Interior Department spokesperson told the Times. The knife was given to...
    Anthony Fauci, Director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases at the National Institutes of Health (NIH), testifies before a Senate Health, Education, Labor, and Pensions hearing to examine an update from Federal officials on efforts to combat COVID-19 in the Dirksen Senate Office Building on May 11, 2021 in Washington, DC.Jim Lo Scalzo | Getty Images White House chief medical advisor Dr. Anthony Fauci said Friday that the Food and Drug Administration will review data on Merck and Ridgeback Biotherapeutics' new Covid oral antiviral pill "as quickly as they possibly can" in hopes of issuing an emergency use authorization. The companies said their antiviral treatment, molnupiravir, reduced the risk of hospitalization or death for unvaccinated patients with mild or moderate Covid cases by about 50%. In the phase three clinical trial, which enrolled 775 trial participants who took either molnupiravir or a placebo, eight people who received the placebo died within 29 days. None of the participants who took molnupiravir died, according to the data released Friday. "You've got to make sure you give the FDA time...
    What is this disease? The disease is related to smallpox, the outlet notes, adding that no additional cases of the disease have been detected at the time of this reporting. The illness, a disease that can be transmitted through respiratory droplets and bodily fluids, can cause fevers, swollen glands, chills, and pus-filled blisters. Monkeypox has an incubation period of three to 17 days. What are the details? The federal government is working alongside state and local jurisdictions to monitor the 200 people who reportedly came into contact with the Texan. The Post reported that the unnamed Texas patient "traveled from Lagos, Nigeria, to Dallas, Texas, with a layover in Atlanta on July 8 and 9, nearly a week before being diagnosed with the rare bug." Those people under health department surveillance include airline passengers, workers, the patient's family members, and others, and will follow up with those people on a daily basis until July 30. "It is a lot of people. We're in the timeframe where we certainly want to closely monitor people," said Andrea...
    Demonstrators protest before jury selection at the trial of former Minneapolis Police officer Derek Chauvin on March 8. When Black people ask, demand, scream, practically beg white people to show even the tiniest indication that they recognize or are even attempting to learn the Black person’s experience in this country, it’s not just for kicks. There are actual life and death consequences attached to white ignorance of what it means to be Black in America, a country that still overwhelmingly fears Black people. Case in point: A white judge presided over a murder trial in which a Black man was killed because he showed too much anxiety related to getting in the back of a tiny squad car. He was deemed a threat, and a police officer kneeled on his neck for more than nine minutes, murdering him. That same judge went on to lessen the sentence of the murderer because a 9-year-old girl and three 17-year-old teens weren’t convincing enough in displaying their trauma—otherwise known as staying alive.   According to court documents posted on the Minnesota courts website, Judge Peter Cahill on...
    Fox News contributor Joe Concha called out the mainstream media, Friday, for failing to press Dr. Anthony Fauci on his leaked emails on COVID-19, remarking on "The Faulkner Focus" that recent TV interviews with the NIAID director were reminiscent of how the press fawned over New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo in the early days of the pandemic. Joe Concha: The number one question Dr. Anthony Fauci should be asked in any interview … is how can you say that China is trying to get to the bottom of this? And if we say nice things about them, then they'll be cooperative with us when considering that the Chinese announced not too long ago that they had closed their investigation into coronavirus, it happened in a wet market and that's the end of it, and they're not going to cooperate in any way, shape or form. So, sir, how could you possibly defend the Chinese given their actions in closing this investigation? That's a pretty good question I think we can start with. Or you were made aware by other scientists...
    California Rep. Devin Nunes, R-Calif., believes that Republicans might face pressure to impeach President Biden should the party gain control of the House in the 2022 midterms. The aftermath of the Jan. 6 U.S. Capitol riot saw former President Donald Trump removed from social media platforms and the shutdown of Parler — a platform popular with Trump supporters. If some social media platforms return, it could allow the Republicans to get out "good information" to voters and help the party reclaim the House, the consequences of which could be significant, Nunes told Sean Hannity on Wednesday night. Photo by ANDREW HARRER/POOL/AFP via Getty Images "If we start to get good information out to the American people, Republicans have a good chance of taking the House in 2022," Nunes said on "Hannity."  "Now, if that happens, and let’s — for example, we don’t know what’s going to happen to Hunter Biden’s laptop. We don’t know what’s going to happen with the Durham investigation. But I could see pressure would become great for us to actually have to impeach Biden," Nunes added. Nunes...
    One of the vehicles where the bodies were found. (Free Press Photo: Taken from @ FuriaNegra7) The Attorney General’s Office of Tamaulipas, a Mexican state bordering the United States, reported that they found 19 burned bodies in various vehicles in the town of Santa Anita, in the municipality of Camargo. The prosecution has opened an investigation for « the crime of homicide, derived from the discovery of burned bodies and vehicles, » said an official statement. Possibly Central Americans Witnesses of the events consulted by . assured that the victims are of Central American origin, who had been taken from a safe house by members of an organized crime group that operates in the entity. The official text states that « on the afternoon of January 23, authorities of the Public Security Secretariat were alerted by a citizen report that, in a gap in the town of Santa Anita, a vehicle was on fire. » State police officers went to the scene, where they found two burned vehicles, as well as the remains of people. « In one of the vans...
    In a private and intimate wake at the national funeral home in Miami, they fired the Cuban actress Broselianda Hernández. The Cuban actress drowned last week in Miami Beach, according to authorities, likely the result of suicide. His belongings were found on the beach, on the sand, a few blocks from where his body was found. The authorities found her cell phone, cigarettes, an agenda and a pen in her bag; but no suicide note. The Cuban actress drowned last week in Miami Beach, likely the result of suicide, authorities confirmed in a report from the Miami-Dade County Department of Forensic Medicine. The report indicated that Hernández, 56, died on November 18 and that, after an autopsy carried out two days later, it was determined that the cause of death was drowning. The report also indicates that based on the investigation carried out, the probable manner of death was suicide. The Miami-Dade medical examiner’s office confirmed that actress Boreslianda Hernández drowned last week in Miami Beach. A few days ago after...
    President Donald Trump continuously dodged questions on masks during his 60 Minutes interview with Lesley Stahl — falsely claiming that many people at his rallies wear masks after saying that they only “possibly work.” After the president complained about the Obama administration’s response to the swine flu in 2009, Stahl questioned Trump on his decision to call Dr. Anthony Fauci an “idiot.” “Well, he’s been wrong a lot,” Trump responded after first denying the claims. “I like him, but he’s been wrong a lot.” “I wonder if you think masks don’t work,” Stahl later asked, prompting the president to label the topic a “complex subject.” The president then noted that masks could “possibly work” before claiming that he has “nothing against masks” and that he tells his followers to wear them. Stahl then asked the president why he doesn’t require them at rallies if he has nothing against them — also pointing to the lack of social distancing at the events. “I’m seeing most of them without masks, and I’m wondering the message that you’re sending with these pictures,” Stahl continued. The president went on to say...
    Former First Lady Michelle Obama tore into President Donald Trump in her DNC convention speech Monday night for being divisive and lacking empathy during his first term. Obama talked about the seriousness required of the president of the United States, including “a devotion to facts and history, a moral compass, and an ability to listen,” and said that people who didn’t think their votes mattered four years ago for a number of reasons have now seen the consequences. She called out Trump for downplaying the coronavirus pandemic for too long and said when people look to Trump for leadership, “what we get instead is chaos, division, and a total and utter lack of empathy.” And Obama referenced her famous 2016 DNC convention line “when they go low we go high” to say that still matters: “Going high is the only thing that works. Because when we go low, when we use those same tactics of degrading and dehumanizing others, we just become part of the ugly noise that’s drowning out everything else.” She bluntly added, “Donald Trump is the...
    Mike Dean. Getty/Adrian Dennis Soccer players in England will now be shown a red card if they deliberately cough at an opponent or the referee. New Football Association (FA) guidelines for referees states states that if there is a "clear act" of coughing towards someone, players should be disciplined in the form of a red card. Deliberately coughing could also lead to police action, with targeted coughing deemed a potential criminal offence by England's Crown Prosecution Service. Referees however will not be able to punish players for spitting on the ground, despite the FA having banned players from doing so. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Soccer players in England will now be shown a red card if they deliberately cough at an opponent or the referee. New Football Association (FA) guidelines for referees issued amid the coronavirus pandemic states that if there is a "clear act" of coughing towards someone, players should be disciplined in the form of a red card. Deliberately coughing at someone could also lead to police action, with targeted coughing now being deemed a potential...
    In the first weeks of the COVID-19 epidemic in the United States, a shocking breakdown in quality control at the CDC’s central laboratory in Atlanta led to cross-contamination of test materials that made the first round of tests shipped out around the country worthless. Correcting the issue took more than a month, during which time COVID-19 was spreading across the country, undetected and unacknowledged by the White House, where Donald Trump continually assured the nation that all was well. As it became clear that the number of cases was far outrunning the available tests, the FDA used emergency authority to allow the use of alternative antibody tests that ultimately flooded in from more than 200 companies. Now CBS News is reporting that not only where many of these tests flawed, but agencies knew they were flawed. But, eager to cover up the shortage of U. S. tests available, these tests were allowed to circulate, unchecked for 50 days. Meanwhile, state and county officials made decisions about how to handle social distancing and stay-at-home orders on the results of these tests. Cities used the test to find first...
    HUDSON (CBS) – A possibly rabid fox bit two people in Hudson in recent days. Hudson Police warned people Tuesday not to approach the animal or try to capture after it bit two people in the area of Lake Boon. Anyone who lives on Babick Lake Drive, Gately Ave. or Lakeside Ave. and the surrounding area is asked to use caution when outside. Residents are asked to call police immediately if they see the fox. Early Wednesday morning, a fox was hit by a car on Main Street near Lakeside Ave. Animal Control responded and sent the fox for rabies. Police said they can’t confirm at this time if it was the same fox. “Please continue to be careful,” police posted.
    Three New York Police Department officers discovered a toxic substance in their drinks from a Manhattan restaurant and sought treatment Monday at a hospital. The New York City Patrolmen's Benevolent Association released a statement warning other officers to be on the alert for further toxic attacks. The PBA said the officers were eating at a Shake Shack restaurant in Manhattan when they discovered that someone had added a toxic substance to their milkshakes, possibly bleach. They had been assigned to a protest detail in the area. "The contamination was not discovered until the [police officers] had already ingested a portion of their beverages," the statement read. Another report in Law Enforcement Today said the officers were experiencing stomach problems when they noticed the contamination. The officers sought treatment at a hospital. The PBA said they are expected to recover. "All PBA members are advised to carefully inspect any prepared food item they purchase while on duty for possible contamination," they recommended. "Whenever possible, take meal in...
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