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    Pixabay A woman and a man clasp one another's hands. One recent couple from “The Bachelor” just shared news that rattled some fans. Luckily, according to what they detailed, there apparently is no real reason for their supporters to panic. However, many “Bachelor Nation” fans will be keeping an eye on this duo to see how this all plays out. Clayton Echard joined the “Not Skinny But Not Fat” podcast this week, and provided some updates about what is next in his relationship with Susie Evans. They have big plans, but it turns out, they are headed in separate directions for a bit. Here’s what you need to know:Echard & Evans Are Moving View this post on Instagram A post shared by Susie Evans (@susiecevans) Shortly after their season of “The Bachelor” ended, Echard moved to Virginia to be with Evans. Things seem to be going quite well for the pair, and they recently revealed they were planning to move to Scottsdale, Arizona. Apparently, those plans have been adjusted. Before Echard filmed “The Bachelor,” he lived in...
    ONE of these things is not like the others in this tricky brainteaser. While the image is full of repeating couches and sofas, one is different from all the rest – and not everyone can find it without a struggle. 2ScS wants to know if you can spot the odd sofa put in this furniture montageCredit: ScS Sofa and carpet specialist ScS came up with the tricky puzzle, which shows rows and rows of seating in different colors. But while most of the sofas are repeated throughout the image, one is unique. If you can't find it in under 30 seconds, you're not alone – but you may want to exercise your brain a bit more. Only two out of every five people are able to spot the outlier in less than half a minute. Read More About Brain TeasersODD ONE OUT Over 70% of people can’t find the different cushion in this tricky brainteaserCALLED IT Can you find the hidden phone in this brainteaser? The time to beat is 5 seconds “We all know the frustration of losing something...
    IF you have a newborn at home or have ever been assigned the task of watching one, you’ve likely experienced their incessant cries. Hearing a baby in distress will make any mother nervous and cause them to wonder whether they’re doing something wrong. 3A mother revealed how she learned what her babies cries meantCredit: TikTok / @annashieldss 3There are nine different kinds of cries, and it's helpful to know the differenceCredit: TikTok / @annashieldss A mother named Anna Shields, who goes by @annashieldss on TikTok said there is actually a way to identify what your little one wants and needs based on their cries. “If you have a newborn or are going to have one soon, definitely watch this video. This is for you,” she began. “Newborns have nine different types of cries based on human reflexes.” She said the cries are “so incredibly accurate” that it will serve you well to know all of them. READ MORE PARENTING STORIESMUM'S THE WORD I'm a mum at 49 - trolls say I'll DIE before seeing my girl's big milestonesNAME SHAME I...
    (CNN)More migrants are coming to the US-Mexico border, and officials say they expect the number to grow. This is something we've seen many times before. But some key details are different this time around.Here's a look at what's changing, why it's happening now and why it matters.There's a huge backlog of migrants waiting to crossFor two years, a pandemic public health order has been in place that stopped many migrants from crossing the border and seeking asylum in the United States. The policy is known as Title 42 for the US code invoked in its implementation, and its days may be numbered. Read MoreUnder that policy, authorities turned away migrants more than 1.7 million times, expelling them into Mexico or back to their home countries, according to Customs and Border Protection statistics.Now there's a big bottleneck of people waiting to cross. And soon, the rule that stood in their way is likely to be lifted. A migrant from Haiti stands near a border crossing bridge in Tijuana, Mexico, on March 22.Three US officials told CNN the Biden administration is planning...
    More On: celebrity divorces Julia Haart sued for millions, allegedly used company as ‘personal piggy bank’ Cheryl Burke files for divorce from Matthew Lawrence after 3 years of marriage Hannah Lee Fowler withdrew Sam Hunt divorce complaint same day as filing Julia Haart allegedly had boob job on Elite World Group’s ‘company dime’ Second time’s the charm? Hannah Lee Fowler has refiled for divorce from country singer Sam Hunt, just days after the initial petition. Her lawyers filed the case in the wrong county on Feb. 18, hence why it was withdrawn shortly after, according to TMZ. The outlet claimed that Fowler, who is currently expecting a child with the “Body Like a Back Road” singer, has since refiled in a nearby county in the Nashville area, after realizing the jurisdiction was wrong. Her initial divorce filing took place at 11:43 a.m., but she submitted a Notice of Voluntary Nonsuit less than three hours later, at 2:13 p.m. Reps for Hunt did not immediately respond to Page Six’s request for comment. News of the couple’s split...
    London (CNN)In September, when the White House announced its long-awaited plan to welcome vaccinated European travelers, the United States was consumed by a Covid-19 surge that far outpaced Europe's.At that point the US rate of new cases per capita dwarfed Europe's by nearly three to one. While European governments were plotting their roadmaps towards normality, America was battling a rise in infections and warning of pressure on hospitals.But by Monday, when the new rules came into effect and thousands of tourists jetted across the Atlantic to American cities, the two regions had experienced a dramatic reversal in fortunes.Europe is now the epicenter of the Covid-19 pandemic once again; it overtook the US case count at the end of October and is now careering towards a difficult winter.Infections are rising in most of the countries that make up the Schengen area, the 26-country bloc where entry rules to the US have been relaxed. Travelers from the United Kingdom and Ireland were also included in the American policy shift.Read More"We are at another critical point of pandemic resurgence," WHO regional director Hans...
    Dave Bautista has insisted he is 'not embarrassed' about being a wrestler-turned-actor, however doesn't want 'to be put in a box' when it comes to future film roles. Explaining that he's worked hard to ensure people 'see him in a different light' after leaving WWE behind him, Dave, 52, said in a new interview: 'I needed to make a name for myself and start all over and get people to see me in a different light.' Speaking to Men's Health, the Guardians Of The Galaxy star - who gained world-wide fame under the wrestling name Batista between 2002 and 2010 - insisted he's 'not a meathead' and also discussed the toxic nature of social media. Candid: Dave Bautista, 52, has insisted he is 'not embarrassed' about being a wrestler-turned-actor, however doesn't want 'to be put in a box' when it comes to future film roles He told Men's Health: 'I think a lot of people think I'm just a meathead and that I live my life lifting weights. And I actually don't.' The star - whose latest project Dune hits cinemas...
    Rep. Dan Crenshaw, a former Navy SEAL, issued a reality-check to Americans in an interview on "The Faulkner Focus" following the bombings in Kabul, saying "there are people out there that want to kill us." He said that there are ways to reverse course on the damage being done in Afghanistan, and called on the military to tell the Taliban that the U.S. is not leaving until the job of evacuating Americans is done.  AFGHANISTAN ATTACK: AT LEAST 3 US MARINES WOUNDED NEAR KABUL AIRPORT AS PENTAGON CONFIRMS MULTIPLE EXPLOSIONS REP. DAN CRENSHAW: I encourage the American people to accept the reality of the situation. We've been wishing for a different situation, wishing for a different reality for a very long time, and that got us into this mess. We have to acknowledge that there are people out there that want to kill us, that wake up every single day, and if they have any space whatsoever, any room, any time whatsoever, they're planning an attack on the homeland. That's the way it is. I wish it were different. It's...
    Don Lemon - who lives in a $4.3 million home in Sag Harbor where 80 percent of residents are white - has said black and white Americans are 'living in two different realities.' The CNN host told the Washington Post there had been a 'false reality' that racism no longer existed in the US after the nation elected its first black President Barack Obama.  The subsequent election of Donald Trump then became a 'wake-up call to white people', he said, while black people knew racism 'was lurking beneath the surface' the whole time.  'We're living in two different realities as black and white people,' he said.  The 55-year-old also described the video of George Floyd's murder as an 'equalizer' and said its timing was especially impactful because 'we didn't know what was going to happen the next day, or the next minute, or if we were going to have a job' due to the pandemic.  Don Lemon (pictured on CNN) - who lives in a $4.3 million home in Sag Harbor where 80 percent of residents are white - has...
    CORONAVIRUS infections are spreading across the country and while we are all aware of the three main symptoms in adults - they can differ in children and babies. The NHS states that the three most common coronavirus symptoms in adults include a new persistent cough, a high temperature and a loss and taste and smell (anosmia). ⚠️ Read our coronavirus live blog for the latest news & updates 4Children display different coronavirus symptoms to adults so it's important to know what to look out forCredit: Getty Images - Getty If you have any of these symptoms you should get a test and isolate in order to prevent the virus spreading to others. Experts have said that the symptoms of the two new variants that have been detected aren't thought to have any different symptoms to the ones above. However, the variant that was first discovered in the South in September is thought to be up to 74 per cent more transmissible than those already in circulation - meaning you're more likely to catch the virus. Many people are...
    What would an official safe-camping site look like in Denver? That's what the proponents of the Safe Outdoor Spaces program would like to show you. "I think people don’t understand what we’re proposing. A lot of people think that we would sanction camping like it currently exists. What we’re trying to do is show how this is different," says Cole Chandler, director of the Colorado Village Collaborative, one of the organizations pushing the plan to put several small camping sites, with services, around Denver. But so far, two proposed locations for such sites — in the parking lot of the Denver Coliseum and by the Blair-Caldwell African American Research Library — were shot down after neighbors objected. So this weekend, Coleman and other program supporters have set up a model of a safe-camping site in the parking lot of the Belong Church at 1615 Ogden Street, so that people can see what they're proposing. You can visit the site today, October 4, from noon to 4 p.m. And in the meantime, here are just some of the comments posted...
    (CNN)The negotiators responsible for brokering a sweeping deal to keep tens of millions of people from losing federal unemployment benefits, all while keeping the economy as the coronavirus resurges in various places across the country, are currently at the "airing our differences" phase of talks. One person involved told CNN last night: "We're in different universes right now."The weekly $600 federal unemployment enhancement expires in 48 hours. Bottom line: Contrary to where things currently sit, there are solutions here. People involved in the talks -- most of whom are veterans of a half-dozen or more extremely high stakes deadline negotiations -- acknowledge there are deal points here that can be reached. But they also make clear neither side is anywhere near moving towards those points at the moment.What to watch: Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin and White House chief of staff Mark Meadows will return to the Capitol Wednesday to meet again with House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Senate Democratic Leader Chuck Schumer.Read MoreThe talksHouse Speaker Nancy Pelosi, emerging from a more than hour-long meeting with the top White House negotiators,...
    A pair of Texas parents are now the heads of a family of ten after adopting five biological siblings together his spring. Andi and Thomas Bonura had had some trouble conceiving naturally, but managed two have three biological children on their own. They weren't done building the love in their household, though, so in 2017, they became foster parents for the first time.  Their first foster child, a son, opened up the door for his four older siblings to join the family — and on May 6, the Bonuras officially adopted all five of them.  Big happy family! Andi and Thomas Bonura adopted five biological siblings from foster care on May 6 Woohoo! Neighbors set up a car parade to celebrate with them Growing: Andi and Thomas Bonura had had some trouble conceiving naturally, but managed two have three biological children on their own The Bonuras told Good Morning America that for years, they had undergone fertility treatments, with limited success. Andi miscarried, and later became pregnant with twins who arrived early — and only one, Joey, now 11, survived....
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