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    WANDA NARA stunned as she showed off her swimwear range on a beach while hubby Mauro Icardi nears a transfer to Galatasaray. The Argentine beauty, 35, has been trying to engineer a move away from Paris Saint-Germain for Icardi all summer-long, while also building her own swimwear brand. 7Wanda slipped into a pink bikini to promote her swimwear brandCredit: INSTAGRAM/Wanda Nara 7The model, 35, is promoting Wanda SwimCredit: INSTAGRAM/Wanda Nara 7Wanda regularly earns rave reviews from her Instagram followersCredit: INSTAGRAM/Wanda Nara 7The Argentine took a dip in the seaCredit: INSTAGRAM/Wanda Nara 7Fans labelled Wanda 'the best'Credit: INSTAGRAM/Wanda Nara Wanda regular posts jaw-dropping content to her Instagram page, mainly showing off her incredible figure and jet-setting adventures. This time, model Wanda promoted her swimwear with a series of photoshoots on a beach. Wanda slipped into a number of eye-catching bikinis to pose in, and she also took a dip in the water. Wanda Swim's latest promotion went down well with her 14.2million Insta followers. READ MORE ON WAGSTHRILL FODEN Phil Foden 'liked' sexy pic of influencer before bust-up with girlfriend One...
    The consumer confidence index rebounded in August as inflation moderated and gas prices fell. WASHINGTON (AP) — Following three straight monthly declines, U.S. consumer confidence rebounded in August as inflation moderated and gas prices fell. The Conference Board said Tuesday that its consumer confidence index rose in August to 103.2 from 95.3 in July. The business research group’s present situation index — which measures consumers’ assessment of current business and labor market conditions — rose for the first time since March, to 145.4 from 139.7 in July. The board's expectations index — a measure of consumers’ six-month outlook for income, business and labor conditions — rose from 65.6 last month to 75.1 in August. Analysts surveyed by data provider FactSet had expected consumer confidence to rise slightly as gas prices have fallen in recent weeks. AAA motor club says the average price for a gallon of gas in the U.S. dipped to $3.85 on Tuesday from more than $5 per gallon in mid-June. Although inflation appears to have moderated recently, the cost for most things remain much higher than they...
    THIS is the shocking moment hundreds of furious protesters stormed Iraq’s government palace after months of political unrest. Violence erupted in the capital of Baghdad on Monday after rioters tore down the Republican Palace gates and barged into the building. 9Supporters of Iraqi populist leader Moqtada al-Sadr swim in the presidential poolCredit: Reuters 9Supporters Sadr react to smoke outside the capital Baghdad’s Green ZoneCredit: AFP 9Protesters stormed the palace after Sadr said he was quitting politicsCredit: Reuters 9Iraqi cops fire teargas to disperse supporters of Sadr in BaghdadCredit: AFP The protests came after influential Shia cleric Muqtada al-Sadr said he was quitting politics for good - sparking fury from thousands of his loyal followers. Demonstrators were seen taking a dip in the pool inside the palace - a building inside the capital's fortified Green Zone which houses government compounds and embassies. Protesters lounged in armchairs in meeting rooms, while others waved Iraqi flags and snapped photographs of themselves. But the riot turned violent as Iraq’s military reportedly opened fire to disperse the huge crowds. Read more on IraqTERROR...
    MAREN Morris has shown off her fit figure in a black bikini as she jumped into a bright blue lake. The location just so happens to be where the Kardashians love to vacation- Coeur d'Alene, Idaho. 5Maren Morris took a dip into a lake and showed off her fit figure in a black bikiniCredit: Instagram/Maren Morris 5The Idaho lake she visited is the same one the Kardashians go to every Summer for vacationCredit: Instagram Maren posted a video on her Instagram early this morning. She dove into a gorgeous blue lake and wore a figure-hugging black bikini. The mother-of-one had on black shorts and showed off her toned legs and arms in the swimsuit. Music played in the background as she swam a few inches away before popping her head up above the water. READ MORE MAREN MORRISMAREN VS 'KAREN' Maren Morris shows off bare butt in thong & claps back at mom-shamerGIVE THEM MORE-IS Maren Morris defies mom-shamers by showing off toned legs in daisy dukes In the post, Maren also shared photos...
    ENGLAND hero Alessia Russo has been soaking up the sun in Italy as she continues to bask in her Euro 2022 heroics. The 23-year-old hit four goals for the Lionesses on their way to European glory last month — including a superb backheel against Sweden. 6Alessia Russo has been soaking up the sun in ItalyCredit: BackGrid 6England Euro 2022 hero is away with a pal and her family in NettunoCredit: BackGrid 6The 23-year-old enjoyed a dip in the sea in the seaside resort near RomeCredit: BackGrid 6Russo scored four goals for the Lionesses on their way to Euro gloryCredit: BackGrid Russo, who has been tipped to become the first £1million player in the women’s game, also came off the bench to play a key role in the victory over Germany at Wembley in the final. And she even managed a sneaky peak at the opposition’s tactics during the emotional rollercoaster that ended in glory. The Manchester United star, who has been included in the club’s new kit launch promos, is now taking a well-earned break from the pitch. Striker Russo,...
    ENGLAND hero Alessia Russo has been soaking up the sun in Italy as she continues to bask in her Euro 2022 heroics. The 23-year-old hit four goals for the Lionesses on their way to European glory last month — including a superb backheel against Sweden. 6Alessia Russo has been soaking up the sun in ItalyCredit: BackGrid 6England Euro 2022 hero is away with a pal and her family in NettunoCredit: BackGrid 6The 23-year-old enjoyed a dip in the sea in the seaside resort near RomeCredit: BackGrid 6Russo scored four goals for the Lionesses on their way to Euro gloryCredit: BackGrid Russo, who has been tipped to become the first £1million player in the women’s game, also came off the bench to play a key role in the victory over Germany at Wembley in the final. And she even managed a sneaky peak at the opposition’s tactics during the emotional rollercoaster that ended in glory. The Manchester United star, who has been included in the club’s new kit launch promos, is now taking a well-earned break from the pitch. Striker Russo,...
    He's had a busy month after headlining Glastonbury and taking on a tour. But Sir Paul McCartney was taking some time out to relax on holiday on Friday after his hectic schedule as he holidayed in The Hamptons. The singer, 80, donned a black long-sleeved top as he took a dip in the sea on the hot summer day.   Having fun: Sir Paul McCartney was taking some time out to relax on holiday on Friday after his busy schedule as he holidayed in The Hamptons He completed his swimming look with a pair of baggy navy shorts while enjoying the day at the beach where he was joined by his daughter Beatrice, 18, who he shares with ex-wife Heather Mills.  RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next He's got a ticket to hide! Sir Paul McCartney, 80, covers... Kate Hudson wows in orange bikini as she soaks up the... Share this article Share The Beatles legend looked in great spirits for the day out and couldn't stop smiling as he splashed around.  Sir Paul was dripping with...
    MANCHESTER UNITED legend Andy Cole took a dip in the sea as he relaxed on a family holiday in Barbados. The former Premier League star, 50, lapped up the waves in the tropical paradise this week. 6Andy Cole has been enjoying a summer break in BarbadosCredit: BackGrid 6The ex-Man Utd star was seeing relaxing with family in the tropical paradiseCredit: BackGrid Cole looked to be loving life as he enjoyed the warm sunshine in tropical bathing shorts. Cole even took a large inflatable into the sea as he chilled with daughter Faith. And at one point Cole appeared to be daydreaming about his time as one of English football’s leading strikers. Cole netted an impressive 289 times in 646 games for teams including Newcastle and Blackburn. READ MORE ON MAN UTDUNITED AIRLINES Man Utd stars on their holidays from Ronaldo in Majorca to Sancho loving LAFree bets! The best free bets and sign up offers available from our bookmaker partners But Cole’s most famous spell came during a seven-year stay at Manchester United. He banged in 121 goals in 275...
    SAN JOSE, Calif. (AP) — Airline fares have jumped 47% since January and remain higher than they were before the pandemic, which could be leading to a slowdown in the number of seats airlines can sell. Bookings for flights within the United States fell 2.3% in May compared with April, research firm Adobe Digital Insights said Tuesday. The value of those sales rose 6%, however, to $8.3 billion, because of price increases. Prices for U.S. flights in May were 30% higher than the same month in 2019 – the fourth straight month in which fares topped pre-pandemic levels. May prices were up 6% over April, according to Adobe, which based numbers on transactions at six of the largest 10 U.S. airlines. “While some consumers have been able to stomach the higher fares, especially for those who delayed travel plans during the pandemic, the dip in bookings shows that some are rethinking their appetite for getting on a plane,” said Vivek Pandya, lead analyst for Adobe. Airfares are among many factors contributing to the highest inflation rate that Americans have seen...
    VIDEO3:4703:47It's a correction, not technical bear market, says BMO's Brian BelskiClosing Bell: Overtime U.S. stock futures were lower early Wednesday morning as investors looked to build on a solid Tuesday rally. Futures for the Dow Jones Industrial Average shed 88 points, or 0.27%. S&P 500 futures sat 0.42% lower while Nasdaq 100 futures slipped 0.55%. The move in futures came as the stock market's recent sell-off appeared to have paused. On Tuesday, the Dow rose 431 points, or 1.3%, while the S&P 500 gained 2% and the Nasdaq Composite climbed nearly 2.8%. The Dow has declined for seven straight weeks, but stocks have stabilized over the last three trading sessions. Last week, the S&P 500 fell to the brink of a bear market — or 20% below its record high — but the index has now gained 4% since Thursday's close. Stocks and other risk assets have been pressured by inflation and the Federal Reserve's attempt to tamp down price increases through rate hikes, which has led to concerns about a potential recession. Fed Chair Jerome Powell said at a...
    MODEL Bryana Holly looks quite the squeeze in this lemon bikini. The American former Playboy model, 28, disrobed and took a dip while posing for a new swimwear line. 3Bryana Holly stuns as she takes a dip in a yellow bikiniCredit: Ryan Hattaway 3Bryana and actor Nicholas Hoult have a four-year-old son togetherCredit: Goff Photos She is dating actor Nicholas Hoult, 32, and they have a four-year-old son together. British star Nicholas wrapped on new film Renfield last month opposite Nicolas Cage. Hoult plays Renfield, a henchman to Count Dracula who decides to leave his line of work after falling in love. With a ghoul-friend like Bryana it’s easy to see why. Read More on The SunFOOTIE SHOCK World's biggest football agent Raiola dies aged 54 - days after false report 3Bryana is an ex-Playboy model
    The average price of gasoline across South Central Ohio is six cents lower this week at $4.031 per gallon, according to AAA East Central’s Gas Price Report. This week’s average prices: South Central Ohio Average: $4.031 Average price during the week of March 14, 2022 $4.092 Average price during the week of March 22, 2021 $2.671 The average price of unleaded self-serve gasoline in various areas: $4.107 Athens $4.016 Chillicothe $3.979 Columbiana $4.042 East Liverpool $4.016 Gallipolis $3.904 Hillsboro $4.102 Ironton $4.056 Jackson $3.980 Logan $4.093 Marietta $4.048 Portsmouth $4.043 Steubenville $3.967 Washington Court House $4.074 Waverly Trend Analysis: After hitting a record $4.33 on March 11, the national average for a gallon of gasoline has fallen to $4.25. The primary reason is the lower global price of crude oil which peaked shortly after Russia invaded Ukraine. At the close of Friday’s formal trading session, West Texas Intermediate settled at $104.70 but as the week begins, is hovering close to $110 per barrel. Domestically, gasoline demand is defying seasonal trends and has dipped slightly, perhaps in response to higher prices...
    U.S. Treasury yields dipped on Friday morning, as investors monitored negotiations between Russia and Ukraine. The yield on the benchmark 10-year Treasury note fell 3 basis points to 2.1619% at 5 a.m. ET. The yield on the 30-year Treasury bond moved 3 basis points lower to 2.4475%. Yields move inversely to prices and 1 basis point is equal to 0.01%.Treasurys Russia and Ukraine have so far made little progress in talks to end the war. Kremlin spokesperson Dmitry Peskov told reporters on Thursday that Russia and Ukraine were not close to signing a cease-fire agreement. Russian forces have continued to bombard Ukrainian cities, with several missiles hitting an aircraft repair center on the outskirts of Lviv on Friday. U.S. President Joe Biden is due to speak with Chinese President Xi Jinping on Friday about the war, as well as the competition between the U.S. and China. In addition to tracking developments on Russia's attack of Ukraine, investors continue to digest a series of monetary policy decisions made by central banks this week. The Federal Reserve announced on Wednesday that it...
    PREMIER LEAGUE trio Brighton, Burnley and Everton are reportedly looking to hijack Newcastle's move for Tottenham outcast Dele Alli. The former England international could leave Spurs on a six-month loan between now and the end of the January transfer window. 1Alli is being linked with a move away from SpursCredit: GETTY IMAGES Newcastle are believed to be leading the race for Alli, but according to the Daily Mail, the midfielder has a number of suitors. Brighton, Burnley and Everton are all said to be monitoring Alli's situation and could make a move should he still be at Tottenham closer to the January 31 deadline. Bundesliga outfit Borussia Dortmund were also believed to be interested, but a move to Germany looks unlikely. Unfortunately for Tottenham and Alli, Manchester United legend Roy Keane has been proven right. When discussion a then 21-year-old Alli's dip in form, Keane expressed his concern over a potential burnout. He said: "[A dip in form] can happen to a lot of you players, but I just worry about that kid with what he’s doing off-the-field. Most read...
    Share this: High school graduation rates dipped in at least 20 states after the first full school year disrupted by the pandemic, suggesting the coronavirus may have ended nearly two decades of nationwide progress toward getting more students diplomas, an analysis shows. The drops came despite at least some states and educators loosening standards to help struggling students. The results, according to data obtained from 26 states and analyzed by Chalkbeat, are the latest concerning trend in American education, which has been rocked by a pandemic that left many students learning remotely last year and continues to complicate teaching and learning. Some fear that the next several graduating classes could be even more affected.
    NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — As temperatures drop overnight Saturday, the FDNY is reminding everyone how to safely use space heaters at home. The warning comes in the wake of the deadly Bronx high-rise fire, which officials say was sparked by a space heater. It’s going to be a cold one tonight, New Yorkers! If you’re using a space heater to stay warm, be #FDNYSmart and plug your heater directly into the wall. See more tips at https://t.co/NpwdRdlElY pic.twitter.com/0xStZkp3S7 — FDNY (@FDNY) January 22, 2022 Here are some tips: Don’t use extension cords. Plug the space heater directly into the wall. Keep it at least three feet away from bedding and other flammable materials. Turn off the space heater before leaving the room or going to sleep. [email protected]’s Code Blue is in effect until tomorrow, Sunday, January 23 at 8:00 AM. If you see a homeless person outside in these frigid temperatures, please call us at 311. pic.twitter.com/4zM9FV6feA — New York City 311 (@nyc311) January 22, 2022 A Code Blue went into effect Saturday night. Temperatures in...
    AMERICAN Pickers star Mike Wolfe posed in a rare photo with his girlfriend Leticia Cline as the reality show's ratings continued to dip after Frank Fritz's firing. Alabama State Senator Garlan Gudger Jr. revealed on Instagram that he is a fan of the History Channel's American Pickers show. 5Mike Wole and Leticia Cline posed with Senator Garlan Gudger Jr.Credit: Instagram 5Mike was described as 'the epitome of the icon of American antiques'Credit: History Garlan gushed about how he sure does "love my buddy" Mike Wolfe, 57. The senator had spent "a day in Cullman with my new friend" Leticia, 43. Mike and Leticia posed with Garlan for the snapshot and shared a smile with him.  Garlan wrote: "Mike is the epitome of the icon of American antiques and American Preservation." He claimed that the American Pickers host was about "to start the thirteenth season" of the History show.  The Alabama senator concluded: "We are proud to have him in our small town today and to be his host for the day!" Most read in EntertainmentLEGEND DEAD Meat Loaf 'dies of covid' age 74 with...
    MARIN COUNTY (KPIX 5) – New numbers from California state health officials Wednesday show COVID-19 cases are going down slightly. Despite there being 98,000 new cases, test positivity has dropped to just under 21%. Some leading health experts believe the latest headlines about the record number of hospitalizations can be misleading, saying the distinction between patients hospitalized for COVID-19, versus with COVID, is more critical during the omicron surge. READ MORE: San Francisco Opens Help Center For Tenderloin District Residents In Need“A lot more patients come in with something that isn’t Omicron, but they test positive.  You come in with a broken leg, and oh my gosh you happen to have Omicron,” said Chief Medical Officer of MarinHealth Medical Center Dr. Karen Shavelson. In San Francisco, 256 people were hospitalized with COVID last January. It’s up to 240 now. Health officials say a larger percentage these days, sometimes half of COVID hospitalizations, are patients seeking treatment for something non-COVID related, but then test positive, and count as a COVID hospitalization. “Things have changed where because it’s so much more prevalent...
    BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Maryland added more than 3,000 additional COVID-19 cases Monday as its positivity rate and hospitalizations continued to fall, according to data released Tuesday by the Maryland Department of Health. Hospitalizations slid by two over the past 24 hours, bringing the total of COVID-19 patients in Maryland’s hospitals to 3,060. With the state reporting 3,215 new cases of COVID-19, 909,424 cases have been confirmed since the pandemic began. READ MORE: D.C. Man, 32, Killed In Montgomery County Hit-And-Run, State Police SayAccording to the latest health department data, the percentage of people testing positive statewide is 19.77%, a 0.48% decrease since Monday and a significantly lower rate than the nearly 30% positivity rate earlier this month. Maryland’s death toll now stands at 12,535 after the state Department of Health recorded an additional 68 deaths over the past 24 hours. Maryland is in the midst of a 30-day state of emergency issued this month by Gov. Larry Hogan in response to surging infections and hospitalizations, which pushed several hospitals to near- or at-capacity levels. Of those hospitalized, 2,487 are adults...
    BOSTON (CBS) — Wintah is here! Plenty of wind and cold on the way, but news for snow lovers isn’t great. Quick summary of the next 48 hours: Coldest start to a day yet on Saturday morning, temperatures drop into the single digits and in some cases below zero Winds continuing to gust 20-40 mph through midday Saturday, delivering wind chills -10 to -25 degrees at times Sunday morning will be another very cold one in the single digits, albeit without the wind. Much more comfortable during the afternoon in the mid and upper 20s How do you follow up one of the coldest weekends in years? Naturally, with rain on Monday. That’s just how we roll here in Boston. It won’t be all rain though…. Saturday Combine those winds with another round of Arctic air, and you’ve got yourself a rather uncomfortable Saturday with lots of layers the way to go. Wind chill values will drop as low as -15 to -25 degrees Saturday morning. Winds relax by afternoon and we “recover” to wind chills between...
    BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Even as Maryland added more than 10,000 new COVID-19 cases, its statewide positivity rate continues to slide, according to data released Thursday by the Maryland Department of Health. Hospitalizations decreased by 34 over the past 24 hours, bringing the total number of COVID-19 patients being treated by hospitals to 3,428. Data show the death toll stands at 12,234 after 63 additional deaths were recorded. READ MORE: Maryland Weather: Colder Temps & Winter Storm Heading Our WayWith the state reporting 10,587 new cases of COVID-19, a total of 871,936 have been documented in Maryland since the outset of the pandemic. The percentage of people testing positive fell to 25.45%, a 1.46% decrease. The latest COVID-19 metrics come as Maryland is under a state of emergency issued by Gov. Larry Hogan in response to surging cases and hospitalizations. Of those hospitalized, 2,844 are adults in acute care settings and 556 are adults in intensive care. Another 23 are children in acute care and five are in the ICU. Hogan has attributed the surge in cases to the highly transmissible...
    A powerful cold front is expected to rip through the Northeast and Midwest this week, with extreme temperatures reaching as low as -45 degrees as the US braces for the coldest air chill in three years. More than 15 million people are under wind chill advisories after temperatures plummeted to -25 to -45 degrees on Monday.  The National Weather Service also warns that parts of northern New York and Massachusetts could see wind chills of between 35 and 40 below zero between 7pm Monday to 3pm on Tuesday that could cause 'frostbite on exposed skin in as little as 10 minutes.' New York could also have significant snowfall on Monday night, with up to three feet of snow expected in New York state. The bitter cold is expected to be present in the North Central states on Monday night too, with temperatures in Chicago expected to remain in the mid teens, according to AccuWeather. The Windy City usually has temperatures right around the freezing mark at this time of the year.  Cities further up north, like Duluth, Minnesota and Grand Forks, North...
    BRAVE Brits have plunged into icy waters to wash away their hangovers after celebrating the start of the New Year. Hundreds of hardy swimmers braved the slowly warming temperatures to enjoy the first refreshing dip of 2022. 8Brave swimmers dived into the icy waters early this morningCredit: PA 8Some even took selfies to savour the moment of stepping into 2022Credit: PA Hundreds of people poured onto beaches across the UK for their annual traditions. Some donned full wetsuits to try to avoid the bracing cold, while others went all out and turned red in the freezing waters.  Many put their best foot forward in red Santa hats or dressed like an elf for the fancy dress event. Most read in The US SunGOLDEN ERA OVER Iconic actress Betty White dies at home only weeks before 100th birthdayBRAND NEW START NYE 2021 celebrations across the US as 15K revellers fill Times SquareTOO YOUNG? Kourtney slammed for letting daughter Penelope, 9, wear strapless dress & heelsON THE SCENE Police seen leaving Betty White's home hours after she died on New Year's Eve...
    BRAVE Brits plunged into icy cold waters across the country for annual Boxing Day swims in festive outfits.  Swimmers braved the freezing temperatures to enjoy their festive dip and dressed up to get into the spirit.  10Hundreds of brave swimmers jumped into the waterCredit: Alamy 10One enthusiast went bright red because of the freezing temperaturesCredit: Mercury 10Groups of women looked thripped ot be diving into the annual Boxing Day traditionCredit: LNP Hundreds of people poured onto the Redcar beach to enjoy the North Sea water for their annual tradition.  Some donned full wetsuits to try to avoid the bracing cold, while others went all out and turned red in the freezing waters.  Many put their best foot forward in red swimsuits which were paired with santa hats or elf headwear. One woman took her two dogs in the sea for the festive fun,  wearing a festive red bikini and Santa hat.  Others dived into the River Mersey in Liverpool to enjoy the fresh water, while in Perranporth, Cornwall the festive costumes were out in full force.  One brave swimmer donned...
    DUA Lipa has given fans a glimpse inside her pre-Christmas Cotswolds holiday as she striped down to a bikini for a night time hot tub dip. The Grammy winning star looked every inch the pop diva in her racy outfit as she enjoyed quality time with her girlfriends after splitting from boyfriend Anwar Hadid after 'two years together.' 7Dua Lipa gave fans a glimpse inside her winter holiday 7She enjoyed a late-night dip in a hot tub with palsCredit: Instagram Dua, 26, showed off her incredible figure as she strutted her stuff in a white bikini on holiday. She showed off her washboard stomach as she posed in a huge garden. The star turned around to show off her derriere in her stylish bikini thong with a rouched behind. She completed her look wearing a gigantic pair of fluffy white boots. The unique footwear had a cute Hello Kitty drawing emblazoned on it. She whipped them off before jumping in the hot tub with her pal, who looked sensational in a matching white bikini with a crop top. Most read...
    CNN Host Don Lemon touted the small decrease in gas prices as a “big economic relief” during his Tuesday night show. Lemon clapped and sang on-air over the slight decrease in gas prices to an average of $3.35 per gallon, according to a video on Twitter. State-run media: CNN’s Don Lemon does the White House’s bidding by praising the price of gas falling just 5 cents. This is what the Biden administration wanted when they brought in media outlets to tell them how to spin the numbers. pic.twitter.com/q5aTak5rfx — Nicholas Fondacaro (@NickFondacaro) December 8, 2021 “A big economic relief for millions of Americans who have been dealing with soaring energy prices. Costs at the pump, finally easing up. The national average for a gallon of regular falling to $3.35. The lowest since October. Just look at that. Ahhhhh,” Lemon said on his show. Shows across the network praised the recent dip in gas prices, characterizing it as “critical relief for household budgets” and “offering glimmers of hope for inflation-weary Americans,” Fox reported. The network previously praised Biden for declining...
    In this article MSA person enters Morgan Stanley headquarters in New York, on Thursday, July 12, 2018.Bess Adler | Bloomberg | Getty Images(This article was sent first to members of the CNBC Investing Club with Jim Cramer. To get the real-time updates in your inbox, subscribe here.) After you receive this post, we will be buying 50 shares of Morgan Stanley (MS) at roughly $94.92. Following the trade, the Charitable Trust will own 925 shares of Morgan Stanley. This buy will increase Morgan Stanley's weight in the portfolio from about 2.04% to 2.15%. Markets are selling off Tuesday afternoon, and uncertainty related to the omicron variant isn't the only cause of the decline. Stocks moved a big leg lower this morning after Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell warned that inflation could be more persistent than anticipated and suggested the bond-buying taper process could complete a few months sooner than expected. We are viewing this broader market pullback as a long-term buying opportunity but are keeping things small. It would not surprise us to see the market move another leg lower on the news that the...
    Meteorologists said that Thanksgiving Day would see temperatures fall into the 40s in the D.C. area, and those sliding temperatures led to a hypothermia alert in Maryland hours before any in-person Black Friday shopping could begin. Here’s what you need to know. Officials with Montgomery County Emergency Management issued the alert late Thursday, extending from 8 a.m. on Friday morning until at least 8 a.m. on Saturday. County officials issue these alerts when forecast temperatures or wind chills in the county fall below 32 degrees. These conditions make hypothermia and frostbite likely for those in the county. Storm Team4 meteorologist Matt Ritter told WTOP that wet conditions would be part of the forecast for a chilly Friday. “We will have a blustery, much colder Black Friday with temperatures well below average and wind chills a good 10 degrees colder than that,” he said. Listen to WTOP online and on the radio at 103.5 FM or 107.7 FM. Current traffic conditions Weather forecast Closings and Delays Sign up for WTOP alerts Ritter’s full forecast noted that there’s still a...
    Climate change has reduced Utah's Great Salt Lake to 'a puddle of its former self' and is now nearly half the size it was 35 years ago, a shocking new report charting the lake's languishing water levels has revealed.  A growing demand for water, drought, and the impacts of climate change has taken its toll on the lake in recent years, causing roughly half its surface area to up and vanish - a change that cartographers and map-makers across the globe have yet to address, or even realize, according to a report conducted by the Salt Lake Tribune. Currently, the lake, once thought to stretch for approximately 1,700 square miles, only encompasses a fraction of that number, and is rimmed by vast reaches of exposed lake bed along its shorelines. Moreover, the lake's sinking water levels hit historic lows over the summer, during a record-breaking drought and heatwave in the Beehive State - and have since only gotten worse. ‹ Slide me › A recent report found that climate change coupled with drought and a growing demand for water...
    Lame-duck Mayor Bill de Blasio again blamed the courts for New York City's skyrocketing crime numbers as he touted a small decrease in the murder rate while ignoring an 11 percent jump in overall crime. According to the NYPD's latest monthly numbers, overall crime was up 11.2 percent last month compared with October 2020. Robbery was up by 15.8 percent and felony assault rose by 13.8 percent.  The mayor cited statistics claiming that felony trials are down 92 percent from 2019. He also said pleas in felony cases are down 53 percent and sentencing is down 55 percent.  'I'll tell you what's not working, and this is a profound problem: Our court system,' de Blasio said at his press conference Wednesday.  'After all the times that we've talked about the problems in the court system, we're still seeing vey little change.' A spokesman for the city's court system slammed de Blasio's comments in a statement provided to DailyMail.com. 'Someone should alert the Mayor that Charles Lindbergh made it to Paris, since that would mirror how out of touch the Mayor is...
    VIDEO3:4003:40Apple fails to beat earnings expectations for the first time since 2016 — Here's what five pros are watching nowTrading Nation Stock futures dipped in overnight trading Thursday as shares of major technology companies suffered following disappointing earnings reports. S&P 500 futures fell 0.3% and Nasdaq 100 futures traded 0.6% lower. Futures on the Dow Jones Industrial Average were flat. Amazon shares dropped more than 3% in extended trading after the e-commerce giant badly missed earnings and revenue expectations for the third quarter. The company also issued disappointing guidance for the critical holiday period. Apple stock fell 4% after the tech giant's quarterly revenue fell short of expectations amid larger-than-expected supply constraints on iPhones, iPads and Macs.    The overnight action came after the S&P 500 and the tech-heavy Nasdaq Composite closed Thursday's session at record highs as investors shrugged off disappointing economic data. The U.S. economy grew at a 2% annualized pace in the third quarter, its slowest increase since the end of the 2020 recession and missing expectations of 2.8% growth. "GDP told us what we already knew, the economy slowed down...
    BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Maryland reported 809 new COVID-19 cases and seven new deaths, according to state health department data released Monday morning. The percentage of people testing positive decreased slightly by 0.16% to 3.73%. READ MORE: Robbery Suspect Found Dead After Shootout With Police In WoodlawnDoctors say the new cases are fueled by dangerous strains targeting the unvaccinated. During an August press conference, Gov. Larry Hogan said the Delta variant, a strain that is reportedly two to four times more contagious than the original virus strain, accounts for nearly every new confirmed case in Maryland. “The vaccines are without a doubt our single most effective tool to mitigate the threat of COVID-19 and the surging Delta variant, and Maryland’s vaccination rate continues to outpace the nation,” Hogan said. More than 3.9 million Maryland adults are fully vaccinated. Hospitalizations dropped by eight to 745. Of those hospitalized, 550 remain in acute care and 188 are in the ICU. Since the pandemic began, there were 545,028 total confirmed cases and 10,370 deaths. There are 3,938,200 Marylanders fully vaccinated. The state has administered...
    Will Farrell, 38, a coronavirus disease (COVID-19) positive patient, speaks with resident physician Ian Nora in his room on the COVID medical unit at Sarasota Memorial Hospital in Sarasota, Florida, September 21, 2021.Shannon Stapleton | Reuters Average daily Covid cases in the U.S. fell below 100,000 Thursday as the pandemic shows further signs of easing with more than 56% of the population fully immunized against the virus — a starkly different trend than the record-setting surge the country was heading toward last fall. Armed with vaccines this fall, cases have been steadily declining since the country's most recent peak of about 172,500 average daily infections on Sept. 13, according to data compiled by Johns Hopkins University. It's the first time daily cases have dropped below 100,000 since early August, the data shows, but health experts are urging caution despite the positive signs they see in the numbers. "I think right now, it looks like we're in for a relatively tough fall with sustained transmission of Covid in our communities," said Dr. Barbara Taylor, an assistant dean and professor of infectious diseases...
    JAMES Argent looked slimmer than ever as he took a dip in a swimming pool while on holiday in Spain. The former Towie star recently shed an impressive seven stone after undergoing a "life-saving" weight loss operation earlier this year. 11James Argent looked unrecognisable as he went for a swim after his impressive seven stone weight lossCredit: CLICK NEWS AND MEDIA 11The TV star looked stylish in some funky lemon swimming trunks and slidersCredit: CLICK NEWS AND MEDIA 11James pictured earlier this year before his operationCredit: CLICK NEWS AND MEDIA James, 33, was recently seen enjoying the last of the glorious weather in Mijas after getting off to the holiday hotspot at the beginning of summer. The telly favourite looked incredible walking around the poolside in some funky lemon patterned swimming trunks. He accessorised his look with a pair of red and yellow sliders and a silver watch. And with temperatures hitting as high as 26 degrees in the southeastern coast of Spain this month, James made sure to cool down by having a dip in the pool....
    According to recent data, positive Covid cases in the south have dropped exponentially in the last two weeks. That’s a good thing! But it also represented an opportunity for Outkick founder Clay Travis to join Fox News and blast Dr. Anthony Fauci for his Covid prediction earlier this month. As college football returned to action, Fauci expressed concern for the millions of fans that packed stadiums on gameday. While some of those stadiums required proof of vaccination or a negative test, many of them did not, a decision Fauci said was “not smart.” Although Fauci believed Covid was prepared to feast on the crowds of maskless fans, there is recent data that shows the opposite has occurred so far. “All over the south, millions of people have gone to college football games and the number of Covid infections has been plummeting,” Travis told Brian Kilmeade on Fox & Friends. “Meaning, when Dr. Fauci said he was worried about super-spreader events over these major college football crowds, just flat out hasn’t materialized,” the conservative radio host added. “The opposite has happened....
    TOPLESS Tom Hiddleston showed off his rippling six pack as he enjoyed a dip in the sea with "girlfriend" Zawe Ashton. The 40-year-old star is currently on holiday in Ibiza with the 37-year-old actress and they couldn't stop beaming as they soaked up the sun together. 8Tom showed off his rippling six-pack on holiday with ZaweCredit: BackGrid 8The pair enjoyed a dip in the oceanCredit: BackGrid 8Tom put his muscles firmly on displayCredit: BackGrid Tom looked sensational as he put his impressive muscles on display, his swimming trunks pulled below his hips as he covered up in a baseball cap. Fresh Meat and Doctor Who star Zawe also dazzled in a bold patterned bikini, flashing her enviable figure and natural beauty as she went make-up free. The two were in good spirits as they frolicked in the water, happy and relaxed in each other's company as they went for a dip before drying off with striped beach towels. They later covered up, with Tom adding a dark blue shirt while Zawe donned a black kaftan and sunhat as she reached...
    In this article AMZN CLOV AMC BBIG CNBC.com's MacKenzie Sigalos brings you the day's top business news headlines. On today's show, CNBC.com's Maggie Fitzgerald explains where retail trading interest is headed after GameStop reports earnings. Plus, Amazon's latest incentive for hourly workers is free college education.GameStop rallies all the way back from 10% post-earnings slide as retail investors come to rescue GameStop staged a stunning intraday comeback from its post-earnings sell-off on Thursday as retail investors looked past the lack of clarity on turnaround plans and piled into the meme star. Shares of the video game retailer closed the session 0.2% higher at $199.18 in heavy trading after losing as much as 10.5% at its session low of $178 apiece. The initial drop came as GameStop failed to provide an outlook for the upcoming quarters and details on its e-commerce transformation, which disappointed Wall Street analysts. But signs emerged that small investors on Reddit's chatroom WallStreetBets decided to buy the dip in the name, pushing the stock higher. GME was the single most popular ticker mention on the forum, overtaking previous stars of...
    Marvin Recinos/Getty Images El Salvador’s President Nayib Bukele announced on Tuesday amid his country’s digital currency rollout that it had purchased approximately $7 million in bitcoin — while mocking the International Monetary Fund. “Buying the dip,” Bukele wrote on Twitter, saying “150 new coins” had been added. The message came just after bitcoin briefly plunged from a little more than $50,000 to around $47,000, which would place the value of El Salvador’s purchase in a range of $7 million to $7.5 million. “It appears the discount is ending,” Bukele added later in the day, before tagging an official account for the IMF and claiming the new purchase represented less than a third of his country’s bitcoin reserves. “Thanks for the dip @IMFNews . We saved a million in printed paper. El Salvador now holds 550 bitcoin.” It appears the discount is ending ???? Thanks for the dip @IMFNews. We saved a million in printed paper. El Salvador now holds 550 bitcoin.#BitcoinDay #BTC ???????? — Nayib Bukele ???????? (@nayibbukele) September 7, 2021 El Salvador this week became the first country...
    The United States evacuated roughly 1,200 people from Kabul, Afghanistan, from early Sunday into early Monday as the number of evacuees steadily drops in the hours before the U.S. military withdrawal. The White House reported 26 military flights and 2 coalition flights carried just over 1,200 people out of Kabul between 3 a.m. on Sunday and 3 a.m. Monday. That number is a decrease from 2,900 people evacuated from Saturday morning into Sunday morning. From Friday morning into Saturday morning, the White House reported roughly 6,800 people had been evacuated from Kabul. Those numbers were down significantly from the peak of roughly 20,000 evacuees per day early last week. U.S. military and coalition flights have evacuated more than 120,000 people from the Kabul airport since the end of July, with the majority being vulnerable Afghan civilians. White House officials have noted the number of evacuees was going to dip as the Aug. 31 U.S. military withdrawal deadline inched closer. With the full drawdown on track for Tuesday, the final evacuation flights are likely to leave Kabul in the coming hours....
    NEW YORK (WABC) -- More hospitals are in need of ventilators as the number of COVID patients across the country hits a seven-month high.Hospitals in Georgia and Texas now receiving hundreds of ventilators from the US stockpile.In Galveston, the COVID ward at this hospital is full, nearly all COVID patients in the ICU are on ventilators, and all but one are unvaccinated.Meantime, hospitals in Florida are running low on liquid oxygen. It's also a key competent in purifying water.Here are more of today's headlines:Masks required for 1st day of school in JerichoJericho is starting the school year masked up on Long Island. However, there are other districts on Long Island that say they will not adjust their optional mask-wearing policies this fall until they receive guidance from the State Department of Health.Municipal unions protest vaccination mandatesUnion workers outside City Hall on Wednesday protested vaccination mandates requiring them to get a COVID-19 shot or risk losing their jobs.The latest numbers from New York City show that nearly 97% of people hospitalized with coronavirus right now are unvaccinated.Of New York City's entire...
    A naked man broke into a California mansion and came face-to-face with the owner but refused to leave instead staying to try on his clothes, swim in his pool and killing the family's pet parakeets.  Paul Kiyan, 34, was able to break into the home of Mat Sabz by using a remote control which he took from his unlocked car that was sitting in the driveway. Kiyan was caught on home surveillance cameras as he entered the house and began to make his way up the stairs.  Sabz was only alerted to the uninvited visitor after his wife received an alert on her phone that someone was inside the home who shouldn't be.  Mat Sabz, left,  was alerted to an intruder in his home thanks to a security system Sabz, left, came out of his room and saw Paul Kiyan, 34, coming up the stairs  Kiyan claimed that he lived in the house and made himself at home putting on Sabz's clothes Nexstar Privacy Policy Sabz came out to confront the intruder but the man...
    AMAZING photos show daredevil sun worshippers taking a dip in the world's first floating sky pool - 115 feet above the ground. Swimmers with a head for heights waded into the glass-bottomed London pool as temperatures soared today. ???? Read our UK weather live blog for the latest forecasts 8Stunning photographs show swimmers taking a dip in London today - in a pool 115 feet above the groundCredit: LNP 8The pool is only suitable with those who have a serious head for heightsCredit: LNP Architects fitted the pool between two blocks of luxury flats in Nine Elms. And anyone brave enough to take a swim would have had uninterrupted views to the ground from the 10th floor. The 82ft pool holds 400 tons of water - and it's got some of the best views in the capital. Brits practising their butterfly stroke will be able to see for miles around, with the billion-dollar US Embassy, the Houses of Parliament and the London Eye all within sight. The pool was shipped 5,000 miles from Colorado in the US. It's connected to the Embassy...
    Maryland National Guard Brigadier General Janeen Birckhead visits with a woman as she receives her Moderna coronavirus vaccine from Specialist James Truong (L) at CASA de Maryland's Wheaton Welcome Center on May 21, 2021 in Wheaton, Maryland.Chip Somodevilla | Getty Images The seven-day average of daily Covid cases in the U.S. is below 25,000 for the first time since June 19, 2020, data compiled by Johns Hopkins University shows, as the pace of new infections continues a downward trend. The country is reporting about 24,900 daily cases on average, down 22% from a week ago. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the U.S. is averaging 1.8 million vaccinations per day over the past week, and about 49% of the U.S. population has received at least one dose. U.S. Covid casesNearly 26,000 cases were reported Monday, bringing the seven-day average of daily new infections to just below 25,000. Zoom In IconArrows pointing outwards A CNBC analysis of Hopkins data shows that average daily case counts have declined by at least 5% in 41 states and the District of...
    LOS ANGELES (KABC) -- Los Angeles County will see a dip in its supply of doses next week due to what is expected to be a temporary shortfall in availability of the one-dose Johnson & Johnson shots.The lack of supply comes as vaccine eligibility in California expands to everyone aged 16 and over starting Thursday.But while the decline in the county-controlled supply is concerning, there are still expected to be about a half-million available doses in the county, thanks to other non-county or city providers who receive direct allocations from the state and federal governments."Taken together, we estimate that well over 500,000 doses of vaccine will be allocated to vaccination sites across the county next week," said Dr. Paul Simon, chief science officer for the county Department of Public Health.RELATED: Garcetti in favor of opening up COVID vaccination appointments for all adults, but decision up to LA CountyEMBED More News Videos Mayor Eric Garcetti said he's in favor of opening up COVID-19 vaccination appointments to people 16 and older since the city-run sites have appointments available, but it is up...
    Prince Harry and Meghan Markle could become the next couple to join the ranks of other celebrities to open their own winery in Santa Barbara, as they settle into their new lives away from the royal family.  The Duke and Duchess of Sussex moved to the premier Southern California wine-making region last year and after landing multi-million dollar megadeals with Netflix and Spotify locals say this could be their next great venture. Speaking from their $14.5million mansion earlier this month, the pair revealed they were eager to 'live authentically' and get back 'down to basics' at their home.  Locals and winemakers in and around the couple's new hometown believe Montecito could be the best place for Harry, 36, and Meghan, 39, to launch their own Brangelina-style wine label. Harry and Meghan have been busy starting new business ventures after leaving the royal family last year. Neighbors tell DailyMail.com the two should dip their toes in the Southern California winery business next  The Duke and Duchess of Sussex moved to the premier Southern California winemaking region last year after...
    AMANDA Holden looked stunning in a swimsuit as she took a dip in her hot tub. The 50-year-old took to Instagram on Easter Saturday to share a picture of herself perched on the edge of her hot tub in a pale green swimsuit with blossom trees blowing in the breeze behind her. 4Amanda Holden looked sensational in a swimsuit as she took a dip in her hot tubCredit: Instagram Amanda thanked fellow TV star Tess Daly for the one-piece, writing: "Thanks to my gorgeous friend @tessdaly for making me feel like I’m on holiday in her new Clio @naia_beach swimsuit." Tess immediately commented on how great Amanda looked in the design, replying: "You gorgeous GODDESS! ???? Wow you look ????????in @naia_beach." Amanda certainly did look incredible, showing off her slim, toned legs and flat stomach as she posed. The picture comes a day after Amanda dressed up as the Easter Bunny, albeit a sexy version. 4Amanda showed off her figure over the Easter weekendCredit: Getty 4The star has been making the most of the Spring weatherCredit: instagram In the black and...
    Actor Shahid Kapoor posted a picture on his Instagram account on Saturday that is nothing short of a treat for fans! In the image, the actor takes a dip in the pool as the sun sets in the background. Shahid looks every inch a scorcher in the frame that plays with light and shadow, running his hand through wet hair. Jersey: Shahid Kapoor’s Classic Cover Drive Shot in This Throwback Video Is Super Impressive (Watch Video). He wears a cool pair of sunglasses, flaunting biceps and a designer beard. While he didn’t caption the picture, his followers had a lot to say about his pool panache. The picture garnered five lakh likes within three hours of uploading. Jersey To Release In Diwali 2021! Shahid Kapoor’s Film To Hit The Theatres On November 5. Check Out  Shahid Kapoor’s Instagram Post Below:   The actor will soon be seen in Jersey which is the Hindi remake of the National Award-winning film of the same name. (The above story first appeared on News Brig on Apr 03, 2021...
    By: KDKA-TV News Staff PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – Gas prices in western Pennsylvania have dipped as AAA says the national average has dropped for the first time in months. READ MORE: AAA: After Weeks Of Increases, Gas Prices Stabilize In Western Pennsylvania AAA says western Pennsylvania’s average gas price is $3.010, down from $3.036 last week. At this time last year, it was $2.229. READ MORE: AAA: Average Price Of Gas In Western Pennsylvania Hits $3 Mark The national average according to AAA is $2.86, decreasing week-over-week for the first time since November. The decline is credited to growing gas inventory levels and cheaper crude oil prices. AAA says they expect pump prices to be kept in check. MORE NEWS: Drivers Feeling The Pain At The Pumps As Gas Prices Continue To Rise Across Pittsburgh Area According to AAA, the stranded ship in the Suez Canal affected the price of crude oil, but it’ll likely have a limited impact in the U.S.
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