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    Wherever there are humans organizing themselves according to needs, desires, interests and resources, there is politics. I take this as a given. We all should. The question isn’t whether to permit politics to “interfere” with the business of human affairs. The question is whether to recognize and accept that politics is always already there. Our political culture prefers pretending, though. Most of us strive mightily to “keep politics out of it.” On any given issue, from any given politician, at some point they will make concerted appeals to this make-believe ideal of a politics-less world where political debate unfolds coolly, dispassionately, logically and according to highly contingent notions of what counts as reasonable. READ MORE: 'Extreme arrogance and painful awkwardness': GOP donors dump on Ron DeSantis presidential hopes I think we cling tightly to this ideal, because politics has a bad reputation. If something gets “political,” it gets messy, confusing and unsolvable. (Think migrants coming to the southern border in historic numbers.) But politics – precisely democratic politics – is not bad. To the contrary, it’s how normal...
    George Santos is a private equity executive who pledged in his Congressional campaign video to not take a salary on Capitol Hill if elected House Republicans' campaign arm is pouring resources into suburban Long Island ahead of the November midterm elections, where a seat being vacated by outgoing Democrat Rep. Tom Suozzi has set up an opportunity for the GOP to add one more lawmaker to its New York Congressional delegation. From that vacuum of New York's Third Congressional District emerged George Santos, a Republican private equity executive who proudly billed himself as a 'walking contradiction.'  'It's just me being authentic, authentically me. I am gay, yes. I am Latino, yes. I am a Republican, unapologetically,' Santos told DailyMail.com in a phone interview. The son of Brazilian immigrants, he said the American Dream his family experienced is being 'threatened by a lot of the stuff that is being peddled in Congress and state houses.' 'I think it’s threatened but it’s not too late, that's why I'm running for Congress,' he said.  He also described facing hostility from Democrats over his...
    Tyler Perry has recalled the moments after Will Smith famously slapped Chris Rock at The Oscars back in March. The 52-year-old filmmaker - who was seen on stage with the 53-year-old Smith after the shocking incident - wanted to make clear that he was 'deescalating' the situation and not comforting the A-lister as he talked about the aftermath of the shocking moment. On Monday, Tyler had an on-stage conversation with Gayle King as part of the  Tribeca Film Festival's Directors Series in New York City where he discussed several topics including that notorious slap. Shocking: Tyler Perry has recalled the moments after Will Smith famously slapped Chris Rock at The Oscars back in March Interesting: The 52-year-old filmmaker - who was seen on stage with the 53-year-old Smith after the shocking incident - wanted to make clear that he was 'deescalating' the situation and not comforting the A-lister as he talked about the aftermath of the shocking moment Of his talk with Will, the A Madea Homecoming star said: 'There's a difference between comforting and deescalating, that's No. 1. And I left...
    Jussie Smollett testified Monday that he had received a text from CNN’s Don Lemon during the early stages of the Chicago Police Department’s (CPD) investigation into the alleged hate crime. Smollett reportedly said he had been in contact with Lemon, saying that he had received a text from the CNN anchor back in 2019 warning Smollett that the CPD did not believe his story. (RELATED: Jussie Smollett Testifies He Used Drugs Alongside, ‘Made Out’ With Bola Osundairo) He also says he declined to give his phone to CPD in part because earlier he’d gotten a text from Don Lemon “saying he’d gotten a text from CPD saying they don’t believe me.” objections, then a sidebar. — Megan Crepeau (@crepeau) December 6, 2021 Smollett is on trial for allegedly fabricating a report to police claiming he was a victim of a racist and homophobic attack by Nigerian brothers Olabinjo and Abimbola Osundairo. Both brothers testified during the trial, reportedly confirming that Smollett had requested their help with staging the attack. During his show on Monday night, Lemon did not bring...
    WHEN Nabille McHugh became pregnant, she couldn't have imagined the family's new-born would take over the social media. Although both parents and their daughter are slim, the newest addition - baby boy Atlas - is almost the size of his mum's upper body already, and he's only just a few weeks shy of turning one. 3To those concerned - baby Atlas sits comfortably on his mum's hipCredit: tiktok @themchugh_family Despite Atlas' cute chubby cheeks - which are impossible to resist and will make anyone go ''Aww!'' - many insist he's too enormous and looks uncomfortable. At almost 2,01 stone, Nabille insists that big and chunky babies aren't automatically unhealthy - it's just their built. And baby Atlas couldn't look any happier! FABULOUS BINGO: GET A £5 FREE BONUS WITH NO DEPOSIT REQUIRED His slightly larger measurements have also left people wondering how his mum, a relatively petite woman, is able to carry him. ''Poor baby! ''You squeezing the air out of him!'' wrote one viewer. Most read in LifestyleRUNAWAY ROYAL Heartbroken Charles 'hasn't seen Harry in 8 months since...
    A VETERAN prop master has called "bulls**t" on Alec Baldwin's claims that he didn't pull the trigger of the gun that fired a live round on the set of Rust, killing cinematographer Halyna Hutchins. Speaking exclusively to The Sun, Bill Davis, a retired cop who has worked on more than 300 movies and TV shows, disputed the chain of events outlined by the actor during an interview with ABC on Thursday. 8Baldwin sat down with ABC 20/20 on Thursday for his first interview since the fatal shootingCredit: ABC News 8Halyna Hutchins, 41, died after suffering a single gunshot wound to the chestCredit: Supplied as a technical service. No is implied or inferred. "Guns never just fire themselves - especially the single-action .45 revolver he was using at the time," Davis said. "Simply put, his excuse is bulls**t," he continued. When quizzed about how common it is for a gun to malfunction and fire without the trigger being pulled, Davis responded: "It doesn't. [It's] uncommon to the max!" Davis added that he thinks Baldwin is "full of s**t." In...
    Sam Nunberg, former aide to President Trump, said the former president is “certainly, certainly considering” a presidential run and said he personally believes he will, telling Breitbart News Saturday that Trump must “look forward” despite everything that occurred in the last presidential election.  “Obviously, he is certainly, certainly considering it,” Nunberg said when asked if Trump will run in 2024.  “He seems to have his ducks in a row. I thought it was extremely smart that his Super PAC has already made hires in Iowa.” However, Nunberg identified a few “disadvantages” Trump could have running, noting that, from the minute he makes the announcement, he will essentially be running a general election campaign. “The problem for Donald Trump if he announces that he’s running for president, and I believe that he will, is he’s going to be running a general election campaign from the day he announces,” he said, noting that he could run into trouble in caucus and primary states, particularly if there is an insurgent. Another potential issue could be phony investigations, which plagued his presidency. LISTEN: Breitbart · Sam Nunberg – November...
    (CNN)President Joe Biden said Tuesday that he believes he'll convince West Virginia Sen. Joe Manchin to back his sweeping social safety net plan, his first public comments after the centrist Democrat warned that he's yet to be convinced to get on board."He will vote for this if we have in this proposal what he has anticipated, and that is looking at the fine print of the detail -- what comes out of the House -- in terms of the actual legislative initiatives," Biden said in a news conference closing his trip to the United Nations Climate Summit in Glasgow, Scotland."I believe that Joe will be there."This is a breaking story and will be updated.
    A 10-year-old boy has completed a double back flip while practising at a skate park in Mansfield.  Tyler Hainey, became the youngest person to land a backflip on a scooter at the age of seven. Now he has managed to rotate 720 degrees before landing safely on his wheels.  Tyler has been riding scooters for almost five years and has won several prestigious competitions.  An ecstatic Tyler celebrated with friends at the top of the ramp. He said: 'This has been haunting me since landing on my head! Today I smashed the wall of fear down and smashed it to pieces!!!' Tyler Hainey launched himself into the air after shooting down a ramp in a scooter park in Mansfield last weekend Tyler rotated 720 degrees in the air before landing safely on two wheels following the jump The youngster bent his knees after landing on the ramp to cushion the force of the impact In the footage, Tyler can be seen spinning twice on the air before landing and continuing up the ramp, leaping onto the ledge before exclaiming: 'How...
    The family of slain California mother Maya Millete have appealed to her estranged husband to reveal the location of her remains, nine months after she vanished without a trace while pursuing a divorce. Larry Millette was arrested last week and pleaded not guilty to murdering his wife and the mother of his three children. Maya's sister said Larry was 'controlling' and had previously said he could not imagine himself without his wife, even as she was seeking a way out of their 'toxic' relationship.   Maya disappeared from the family's Chula Vista, California home, on January 7, when she was scheduled to meet with a divorce attorney. Her body has not been recovered. On Monday, the victim's sister and brother-in-law appeared on Fox News, begging their jailed brother-in-law to help them bring Maya home so she could be laid to rest. Maya Millete's older sister, Maricris Drouaillet, and her husband, Richard, on Monday publicly appealed to Larry Millete to reveal the location of his wife's body   Larry Millete pleaded not guilty in a Chula Vista courtroom last Thursday to a murder charge...
    Larry Millete pleaded not guilty last week to murdering his wife, who disappeared from their Chula Vista home more than nine months ago, but her family is now praying that he'll reverse course and lead authorities to her remains.  "We're praying he'll do it for his kids, that he'll let them know where mommy is," Maya Millete's older sister, Maricris Drouaillet, told Fox News on Monday. "We believe he's not that evil and hopefully he'll have a change of heart." Maya disappeared from the family's home on Jan. 7, the same day that she made an appointment with a divorce lawyer after at least a year of marital troubles.  Larry has maintained his innocence and accused his wife in court papers of "voluntarily" leaving the family, but he was arrested on Tuesday in a raid at their home. He appeared in court on Thursday and pleaded not guilty to charges of first-degree murder and illegal possession of an assault weapon.  next Image 1 of 3 Maya Millete disappeared from her Chula Vista home on Jan. 7.  (Maricris...
    Sir Paul McCartney has revealed the Beatles' break-up was 'like a divorce'  In a extract of his new book, The Lyrics: 1956 to The Present,  published today in The Sunday Times Sir Paul,  79, he was 'hurt' by John Lennon's decision  to leave the legendary band, which he announced to Paul, Ringo Starr and George Harrison during a meeting in late 1969.  The songwriter said it felt like Lennon was divorcing them, but added the other bandmates never thought about going on with the band after Lennon left, because they had always been a unit since they started in 1962.  In the book released on 2nd November, he also revealed the meaning behind some of the band's most-loved songs, including Yesterday and Penny Lane.  Despite being one of the biggest break-ups of the 20th Century,  the father-of-five has rarely spoken publicly abut it. In the new extract, he said he always kept quiet but his late bandmate John Lennon was more vocal and made 'hurtful' comments  saying it was 'c***' and that he didn't believe in the band.  Sir Paul McCartney, 79,pictured has...
    NCIS star Mark Harmon officially exits the show after nearly 20 years, but his character is very much still alive Curtis Sliwa Tells Other Cities Hell Take Columbus Statues Off Your Hands as NYC Mayor The Dodgers were down to their last out in Game 3 of the NLDS when Gavin Lux hit a ball that looked destined to be a game-tying home run off the bat. There was just one problem. It was a windy night in Los Angeles and the breeze blew in hard as Lux's hit sailed to deep left-center field. Ultimately, it knocked the ball down, made it playable for the centerfielder and gave the Giants a 2-1 series lead over their NL West rivals. Gavin Lux thought he had it but the ball stays in the park! Game over! pic.twitter.com/SARjmBs9IB — Talkin’ Baseball (@TalkinBaseball_) October 12, 2021 Lux clearly thought the ball was gone off the bat. He even celebrated and pointed at it as it flew towards the outfield. But ultimately, it turned into a very unlikely out for the Dodgers. MORE: The 11 longest...
    THE campsite where Brian Laundrie is suspected to have hidden out amid a massive manhunt is shown in a new map. Dozens of law enforcement officials have spent days searching Florida's Carlton Reserve for Brian, the fugitive fiance of slain hiker Gabby Petito. 5The campsite where Brian Laundrie is suspected to have hidden out amid a massive manhunt is shown in the new map above 5Brian's father Chris is seen arriving at the search site on ThursdayCredit: BackGrid 5Brian's parents reported him missing on September 17 after they claimed he told them he was going for a hike in the Carlton ReserveCredit: Social Media - Refer to source On Wednesday reports emerged that officers came across a "fresh campsite" within the 25,000-acre reserve, as Brian's father Chris joined in on the manhunt. The campsite is located within the reserve's T. Mabry Jr. Memorial Reservation, a source close to the Laundrie family told CNN's Chris Cuomo. Laundrie family attorney Steve Bertolino said Brian's parents believe "that is exactly where he is located," Cuomo said. The site is said to...
    When Los Angeles Dodgers Spanish-language broadcaster Jaime Jarrín announced this week that he would retire in 2022 after a 64-year career, the first thing Jose de Jesus Ortiz did was look through his phone. The 49-year-old is the founder and editor-in-chief of Our Esquina, a website that tells stories about Latinos and sports. Ortiz, a longtime baseball writer, said his publication “wouldn’t exist without Don Jaime. It’s not hyperbole.” Jarrín, you see, has been there at every part of Ortiz’s career. He was the voice narrating the Dodgers’ magical 1981 Fernandomania year, when Ortiz’s family was the only Mexican household on their block in Lynwood. Jarrín was there with a “Welcome, ¿como estás? ¿Como te llamas? [How are you? What’s your name?]” when Ortiz stepped into Dodger Stadium’s press box for the first time in 1994 as an intern with the Long Beach Press-Telegram. As Ortiz’s career took off, and he bounced around from Florida to New York, Houston to St. Louis, Jarrín always made time to meet Ortiz for lunch, or catch up with a pregame chat. So when...
    At the beginning of July Hugh Jackman caused a huge disturbance among fans of the Marvel Cinematic Universe with two Stories from his Instagram that set off many alarms. Hours after sharing a Bosslogic fan art, he posted a photo with Kevin Feige, president of Marvel Studios. His followers began to wonder if it meant something. Specifically if it meant that he was going to return as Wolverine within the MCU. The actor has admitted that he messed up a bit with those publications and has apologized in an interview with ComicBook: “I was literally reposting fan art, I do it quite often because I love it. And I love the fans. Then I went to do things and when I came back I was like, ‘Oh, I think I’ve broken the internet. No no no no. Guys, sorry. It was not my intention. Really not. I am so sorry’. And I thought, ‘No one is going to believe me. But that was the case. You are too fast for me. Clearly too fast and smarter than me. I...
    A member of Democratic New York Andrew Cuomo’s executive chamber described to the Daily Caller News Foundation a culture of anger and frustration in Cuomo’s office as employees attempt to serve the state of New York amid the chaos of the governor’s #METOO allegations.  “If I weren’t as sure as I am that he will be impeached, I would leave,” the staffer told the DCNF. “And if he doesn’t get impeached for some reason, I will leave,” she said. “Honestly, the press team here is comprised of amazing people, but working for a man like that is against everything I believe in and I believe the women who have come forward.” Whether he resigns or is impeached, New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo needs to go, a source working in the governor’s executive chamber told the Daily Caller News Foundation. “If I weren’t as sure as I am that he will be impeached, I would leave,” she said of the New York Democrat. “And if he doesn’t get impeached for some reason, I will leave. Honestly, the press...
    Senate Majority Whip Dick Durbin (D-IL) said Thursday on MSNBC’s “Ayman Mohyeldin Reports” that former President Donald Trump’s “manufactured madness” that he won the 2020 presidential election was being embraced by “so many Americans who are desperate to believe he never should have left the White House.” When asked about reports on Trump’s phone calls to then-acting Attorney General Jeffrey Rosen, Durbin said, “Well, it confirms many suspicions. It confirms our suspicions that former President Donald Trump was virtually unhinged after this election, flailing away in every direction, every court suit he could file, to try to push his ‘Big Lie’ the election had been stolen from him. So it confirms that. And secondly, though, it confirms the fact that Jeffrey Rosen, as has been reported was being harassed and still stood his ground. Some of us were skeptical. Bill Barr left after saying largely honest and accurate election results. He was canned by Donald Trump, and then along came Jeffrey Rosen, an unproven quantity.  He turned out to have the backbone to stand up to this president by all reports....
    House Republican Leader Kevin McCarthy on Tuesday slammed the committee investigating the January 6th riot at the Capitol as 'a sham that no one can believe.'  His comments came as lawmakers prepared for their first hearing on what happened that day with four police officers caught in the melee testifying about their experience.  'Speaker Pelosi will only pick on people on the committee that will ask the questions she wants asked - that becomes a failed committee and a failed report, a sham that no one can believe. If you want to do answers, do not be afraid of the questions that will get asked,' McCarthy said a press conference with Republican leaders. Republicans sought to place the blame for the storming of Donald Trump's supporters on the Capitol on Pelosi, arguing without proof she was responsible for security that day. 'We now have a committee that all of America wants to know the answers to why were we ill prepared for that day, and how can we make sure that that will never happen again,' McCarthy argued. Pelosi's office...
    Sarah "Fergie" Ferguson views her ex-husband, Prince Andrew, as a supportive father. In November 2019, the Duke of York announced he was stepping back from public duties "for the foreseeable future" because of his association with American financier Jeffrey Epstein. The 61-year-old has denied any wrongdoing as well any knowledge of the convicted sex offender’s crimes. "Whatever challenges he has, I will stand firm to the co-parenters that we are together," Ferguson told People magazine on Wednesday about her relationship with Andrew. "I believe that he’s a kind, good man, and he’s been a fabulous father to the girls." Ferguson, 61, was married to the duke from 1986 until 1996. They share two daughters: Princess Beatrice, 32, and Princess Eugenie, 31. 2 ALLEGED TRESPASSERS ARRESTED NEAR PRINCE ANDREW'S ROYAL LODGE RESIDENCE AFTER POLICE RECEIVED REPORT The Duke and Duchess of York were married from 1986 until 1996. (Photo by Indigo/Getty Images) Andrew previously said he regretted his ties to the billionaire investor, who took his own life in August 2019 while in jail on sex trafficking charges. Andrew...
    UFC featherweight Justin Jaynes was dealt a heavy blow as he was beaten by Charles Rosa - and also lost his ENTIRE purse. Jaynes came into the fight having lost his last three but announced he would roll the dice by lumping his earnings on himself. 2Justin Jaynes was dealt a heavy blow as he was beaten by Charles Rosa and lost his ENTIRE purseCredit: Getty 2Justin Jaynes was beaten on pointsCredit: Getty Jaynes estimated his total bet to be worth nearly $25,000 (£22,500) having been placed as the bookies underdog. Per Overtime Heroics' Danny Podolsky, he said: "As soon as the betting line comes out between Justin Jaynes and Charles Rosa, I’m putting my entire fight contract on myself, and my coaches are doing that as well. "I’m betting close to 25K that I’m winning my fight because that’s how much I believe in myself. "This is all in for me, and if I lose this fight, I do not get paid and my coaches do not get paid either. "And that won’t...
    Cindy Friedemann, the sister of John McAfee's murdered neighbor, has she would like to see proof that tech mogul is really dead.  Friedemann has said she has 'no doubt' McAfee is 'responsible' for the death of her brother Gregory Viant Faull, at his Belize home in 2012, and says 'proof' of the tech mogul's demise would bring her 'much comfort'.  Faull was shot to death in early November 2012 in the resort town of San Pedro where both men lived at the time, with police describing McAfee as a 'person of interest' in the case.   Faull had complained to police that the 'rogueish' McAfee was scaring people by firing off his guns and allowing his pack of nine aggressive guard dogs to run free on the beach. Cindy Friedemann, pictured right, the sister of John McAfee's murdered neighbor, Gregory Viant Faull, seen left, has she would like to see proof that tech mogul is really dead Faull was shot to death in early November 2012 with McAfee the prime suspect. McAfee's San Pedro home is seen here  ...
    In a battered old tweed coat and cap, knees covered in mud, this is Prince Charles at his most content. He is pictured laying hedges at the Queen's Sandringham Estate in Norfolk, which three years ago he began converting to a fully organic operation. Charles, who says a more holistic approach to farming would bring ecological and commercial benefits, shows off his handiwork in the latest edition of Country Life.  Prince Charles is pictured laying hedges at the Queen's Sandringham Estate in Norfolk, which three years ago he began converting to a fully organic operation. Prince Charles is pictured in conversation with Emily Swan of Natural England as they examine the host of species that earned Sandringham its designation as as a site of importance Charles, who says a more holistic approach to farming would bring ecological and commercial benefits, shows off his handiwork in the latest edition of Country Life RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Will Prince William's BBC attack stand the test of time?... Prince Charles tells farmers to join...
    You played yourself: Our 25 favorite celebrity cameos 40 Supermarket Buys That Are a Waste of Money © Provided by CBS Sports Carson Wentz has plenty to prove to the NFL in 2021 after a disastrous 2020 season that resulted in the former Pro Bowl quarterback being exiled from the Philadelphia Eagles -- and finding a new home with the Indianapolis Colts. Wentz, one of the worst quarterbacks in football last season, has been given a fresh start.  Being reunited with Frank Reich is expected to resurrect Wentz's career, but the Colts head coach takes offense in that statement. In Reich's mind, Wentz is still the same quarterback he coached in Philadelphia. Reich believes it will make a big difference for Wentz when he plays for a team that believes in him.  Wentz isn't broken, per Reich. When the Colts head coach hears that, it bothers him. "I just cringe when I hear stuff like that, not that a player shouldn't be accountable for poor play on the field," Reich said in a conference call at Colts minicamp Monday,...
    More On: prince philip Prince Harry and Meghan Markle make first statement on death of Prince Philip Zara Tindall honors grandfather Prince Philip with newborn son’s name Meghan, Harry interview would’ve been delayed had Prince Philip died: Gayle King Prince Philip reportedly ‘not aware of full extent’ of Harry, Meghan tell-all Prince Philip was a steadfast rock to Queen Elizabeth II. But the Greek-born royal who passed away on Friday at the hale age of 99 was infamous for speaking his mind. Here’s a rundown of some of his most outrageous comments. The “I can’t believe he said that” gaffes Philip was known for having no filter. He would often blurt out whatever he was thinking in ways that were seen as rude or out of touch. Here were some of his most over the top statements: During a 1969 interview on American TV discussing the Royal Family’s finances he infamously moaned: “ We go into the red next year…I shall probably have to give up polo.” While speaking during an official trip to Canada in 1976 he...
    Meghan Markle's childhood boyfriend has said he does not believe that she ever bullied members of staff, saying that his guess was she refused to 'fall in line' and spoke out against being disrespected. Joshua Silverstein, a Los Angeles-based actor, told Us Weekly on Wednesday that he does not 'personally see her' mistreating employees of the royal family. In a report on March 2, days before Markle and Prince Harry's bombshell interview with Oprah Winfrey, The Times reported that members of their household in London were left traumatized by working with the former actress, and senior members of their team were deeply troubled at the 'bullying' of junior staff members. Silverstein, who was Markle's first kiss, aged 13, and dated her throughout that summer, said he could not believe the allegations. Joshua Silverstein met Meghan Markle at summer camp when they were both 13 Silverstein said he could not believe allegations that Markle bullied members of staff 'I see her doing whatever it is she feels like she should do in order to be happy and coexist within...
    “I believe in American capitalism,” he assured during a speech in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, during which he announced an investment plan of some $ 2,000 billion over 8 years to modernize infrastructure. He intends to reduce corporate taxes to 28% when they were lowered from 35% to 21% under the Donald Trump era. This increase in taxation should make it possible to finance investments. “It was 35%, which was too high. We all agreed five years ago that this rate should be lowered to 28%,” he said. “No one should complain about it,” he said, stressing that it was “still lower than this rate was between World War II and 2017”. According to him, raising the rate to 28% will generate 1,000 billion dollars in additional revenue for the State over 15 years. “In 2019, an independent analysis revealed that there were 91, I stress, 91 companies that are among (…) the largest companies in the world, including Amazon, that used various legal tricks and did not pay a single federal income tax penny, “he lamented. “I do not want...
    It was one of the most incendiary claims in Meghan’s bombshell interview with Oprah Winfrey – that she had been reduced to tears by the Duchess of Cambridge during an emotional row in the run-up to her wedding. Now, Kate’s uncle has stepped in to defend his niece, saying bluntly: ‘I don’t believe for a moment that Kate made Meghan cry.’ Speaking for the first time since the allegations aired, Gary Goldsmith told The Mail on Sunday: ‘I’ve known Kate since she was born and she doesn’t have a mean bone in her body. It’s just simply not in her nature. Mr Goldsmith, 55, supported his niece, saying she 'doesn't have a mean bone in her body'  'She’s even lovelier on the inside than on the outside. If anyone had a hissy fit, it must have been Meghan. Kate would have been trying to make the peace. I would fight for Kate’s honour until the day I die. She is the most spectacular person I’ve ever met.’ Meghan’s comments came after Oprah asked her about reports that she had...
    A heartbroken 11-year-old boy has survived jumping from a 23rd-floor window after landing on a truck parked below.   The schoolboy, called Mazar, fell 230ft from an apartment block in Novocheboksarsk, Russia, and on to a GAZEL lorry parked near the entrance, according to reports. He suffered 'fractures' on impact and is currently in hospital in a 'grave' condition but conscious and able to speak. Police are now investigating but senior local officials believe the boy deliberately jumped after handwriting a note to his parents that read: 'Thank you for giving me my childhood.' It explained that the girl he wanted to ask out - and later marry - liked someone else instead. The schoolboy, called Mazar, fell 230ft from an apartment block in Novocheboksarsk, Russia, and on to a GAZEL lorry parked near the entrance, according to reports  Law enforcement in the Volga River city believe that the boy had skipped school and deliberately jumped from the 23rd floor of the building. CCTV footage from outside the apartment block showed the vehicle shaking and the windscreen caving at the moment of impact....
    The black choir that performed at Meghan Markle's wedding to Prince Harry was invited by Prince Charles, it has emerged - and the choir's founder said she refuses to believe that he is racist. Karen Gibson founded and conducts The Kingdom Choir, a London-based gospel group which performed at the May 2018 nuptials. She told TMZ that it was Prince Charles who invited them to perform. The group sang Ben E. King's soul classic Stand By Me, to widespread acclaim. The Kingdom Choir, based in London, performed at the May 2018 royal wedding Karen Gibson, founder and choir leader, said she could not believe Charles was racist Prince Charles, pictured with Meghan's mother Doria Ragland, invited the choir to perform Meghan and Harry on Sunday night alleged that questions were raised about Archie's skin Gibson told the site that the 72-year-old had been gracious to them, and went out of his way to congratulate them on their subsequent success. RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Queen and Prince Charles back angry...
    PIERS Morgan today branded Meghan Markle "contemptible" as he doubled down on the comments that saw him quit Good Morning Britain. The 55-year-old looked in good spirits as he left his London home with his daughter Elise this morning - saying he was willing to "fall on his sword". ???? Follow our Piers Morgan live blog for the latest on his GMB exit... 10Laughing Piers Morgan said he stood by his comments about Meghan Markle that saw him quit Good Morning BritainCredit: London News Pictures Piers shocked fans by dramatically leaving Good Morning Britain last night after senior execs wanted him to say sorry on air following his heated clash with the show’s weatherman Alex Beresford over the Duchess of Sussex. He stormed off set during the huge row on Tuesday morning after Alex criticised his reaction to Meghan's claims she contemplated suicide and was racially abused by the Royal Family. But Piers said he was not willing to apologise, and walked - bringing an immediate end to his six-year stint on the morning show. Speaking this morning outside his London home, the presenter described his departure from the programme as "amicable",...
    New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio did not beat around the bush when asked if he believes Gov Andrew Cuomo's denial of the mounting sexual harassment claims against him, offering a terse response: 'No.' De Blasio's monosyllabic rejoinder came during the mayor's daily press briefing on Tuesday morning, just 24 hours after he questioned Cuomo's ability to 'govern effectively' in the face multiplying allegations of sexual misconduct and the fallout from his handling of COVID-related deaths in nursing homes. Cuomo has denied some of the allegations against and attributed others to his accusers' misinterpretation of his actions, but said he will not resign and will wait until a a full investigation into the matter is concluded.
    Nancy Sinatra said that she'll 'never forgive Trump voters' and that she contemplated moving to another country if Trump managed to win a second term.   Sinatra, 80, was an outspoken critic of former President Trump throughout his administration, spending her time advocating for climate change, women's rights and healthcare during his four years in the White House.  'I couldn’t believe that this great nation had sunk so low,' Sinatra told the Guardian of the fact that Trump had been voted into office back in 2016.    Nancy Sinatra (pictured in 2015) revealed that she will 'never forgive' Trump voters for making his presidency possible in 2016 Sinatra said that she 'couldn’t believe that this great nation had sunk so low' when Trump was elected. Trump is pictured on January 12 RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next The divisive president: Joe Biden's unleashed a wave of... Olivia Newton-John says she WON'T take the coronavirus... Share this article Share 'I’ll never forgive the people that voted for him, ever. I have an angry place...
    Dear Amy: I am newly married to a man I’ve been in a relationship with for three years. We have three children and we both work. Amy Dickinson  I understand that all of this can put a strain on our intimacy. I feel like he turns down my sexual advances frequently. I chalked it up to him being worn out from work, etc. Trust has never been an issue in our relationship before. However, going on instinct, I checked his phone. His search history showed that he was paying for and had subscribed to webcam videos from a woman who is very wild-looking and is built nothing like me. He has admitted his problem, apologized, and swore never to do that again, but I am having trust issues now, and I feel insecure. I feel like he chose that over me. Related Articles Ask Amy: I’m humiliated by their praise of the man who hurt me so badly Ask Amy: Our family’s chronic no-show blames illness but he never misses work Ask Amy: The...
    A recent press release included an interesting quote from YouTuber Logan Paul as he prepares for his boxing exhibition bout with Floyd Mayweather Jr. Floyd Mayweather Jr. is one of the best boxers of all time, and Logan Paul is one of the most popular YouTubers of all time. Considering the facts, does Paul really believe he can beat Mayweather in a boxing match? The rolling price scale is an interesting concept, but will it be a smart move or depress ticket sales? Who knows? The only certainty is that this will be an interesting event. It always is when you have Mayweather as the architect of fight night. Next: Floyd Mayweather a -5000 favorite vs Logan Paul    
    President Donald Trump’s niece Mary Trump, Thursday on ABC’s “The View,” called her uncle “a very desperate man” because he could not mentally accept he lost the 2020 election. Trump said, “We’re seeing a very desperate man. Somebody who knows that his best option is to cling to power no matter who gets hurt in the process. Obviously, there really isn’t any way for him to do that legitimately. So, he’s going to pursue whatever illegitimate means that he has at his disposal. And, you know, it’s really troubling because it’s not just that Donald is hurting himself, which he is doing by continuing to play this out to these absurd lengths. He’s doing serious damage to our democracy, to people’s faith in the American electoral process, and he’s also undermining the legitimacy of the incoming administration, which is going to make it that much harder for President Biden and Vice President Harris to get us out of these interconnected crises that we’re all suffering from right now.” Co-host Sunny Hostin said, “President Trump continues to publicly claim that he...
    A Chicago mother was furious when she learned her son had cast his vote not for Biden or Trump on Election Day, but a third party candidate. In a TikTok video recorded by her teenage daughter Kennedy, mom Crystal can be seen expressing her emphatic frustration with her son Chris when he admitted that he voted Independent on their family trip to the polls.  'I told you to do Biden! Now we done lost the damn vote. We done lost a vote. That's gonna go to Trump,' she rails at him. Not happy: A mother named Crystal was filmed in the middle of a frustrated rant after going to vote with her family Not invested: Her son Chris had just admitted that he voted Independent on Election Day Crystal told BuzzFeed that voting is an important tradition in their family, and they all go our for breakfast together afterward. But this year, their eggs may have been a bit more salty after Crystal learned that her son voted third party.  Kennedy, who is too young...
    Wesley Snipes has finally broken his silence about Patton Oswalt’s claims that he was ‘crazy in a hilarious way’ on the sets of Blade Trinity. One of Oswalt’s many claims included that Snipes strangled the film’s director.”Let me tell you one thing. If I had tried to strangle David Goyer, you probably wouldn’t be talking to me now,” Snipes told The Guardian. “A Black guy with muscles strangling the director of a movie is going to jail, I guarantee you. … Did I go to jail for strangling him? Never happened.” Oswalt had also claimed that Snipes would only communicate with the director through post-it notes. Also, allegedly, he would sign those notes as ‘From Blade’. “Why do people believe this guy’s version of this story? Answer me that,” Snipes told The Guardian. “This is part of the challenges that we as African Americans face here in America — these microaggressions,” he added. “The presumption that one white guy can make a statement and that statement stands as true! Why would people believe his version is true? Because...
    Monday, MSNBC “Morning Joe” co-hosts Joe Scarborough and Mika Brzezinski slammed President Donald Trump for continuing to hold “superspreader events” as he campaigns for reelection. Brzezinski claimed the virus is “spreading more rapidly” because of Trump. She added that Trump is leaving “a trail of germs that’s spreading across the country.” “As you are going out to vote, especially if you are a senior, just read in any newspaper. I just grabbed this from ‘USA Today’ on Friday: the president has participated in nearly three dozen rallies since mid-August, all but two at airport hangars. A USA Today analysis shows COVID-19 cases grew at a faster rate than before — at least five of those rallies — in the following counties, and it lists the counties, including a Wisconsin County. This is crazy,” Brzezinski argued. “He is holding superspreader events. The virus is spreading more rapidly because of him. He’s got a trail of germs that he’s spreading across the country in the final days of his campaign. It’s incredible to me the people that choose to believe him at this...
    A new poll in the wake of President Trump's refusal to denounce QAnon shows that half of his supporters believe a bizarre conspiracy claim that Trump is working to shut down a secret Democratic-run pedophilia ring.  The results, contained in a Yahoo News / YouGov poll, comes after Trump clashed in a town hall forum when interviewer Savannah Guthrie invited him to condemn the group and its bizarre theory.  It reveals the potential political pressure the president believes he is facing, with many of his supporters subscribing to a bizarre idea he refused to denounce.  A 55 per cent majority of voters have still not heard of the group, according to the poll.  'I know nothing about QAnon,' Trump said at the town hall when asked to condemn their conspiracies And among all registered voters, a vast majority do not subscribe to its bizarre view about a secret child sex ring, 51 to 25. But it is another matter when examining Trump supporters. Among them, a full 50 per cent believe the idea, according to the survey, with 17...
    Critics slammed Robert Redfield, who heads the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), after he testified that face masks may be more effective than a COVID-19 vaccine. Redfield made the controversial statements while testifying in front of the Senate on Wednesday on the coronavirus pandemic. “I might even go so far as to say that this face mask is more guaranteed to protect me against COVID than when I take a COVID vaccine, because the immunogenicity may be 70%. And if I don’t get an immune response, the vaccine is not going to protect me. This face mask will,” Redfield said. CDC Director Dr. Robert Redfield makes it as clear as he can: "This face mask is more guaranteed to protect me against COVID than when I take a COVID vaccine." pic.twitter.com/Ul0Ppj5qqv — The Recount (@therecount) September 16, 2020 Fox News senior political analyst Brit Hume jumped on Redfield for saying that masks can protect the wearer from the virus. Previously, mask-wearing has been touted as a courtesy or a duty to protect others in case the wearer...
    Former NFL defensive end Marcellus Wiley said that he doesn’t believe white privilege exists during a discussion concerning the blowback over Steve Nash becoming the next head coach of the Brooklyn Nets. “I don’t believe in white privilege, and I know that people will say, ‘What are you talking about?’ Let me explain. The conversation of white privilege is a distraction that leaves racism and true power intact while you attack it from social and other psychological measures, trying to pull on the emotions of white people. And try to guilt them into really trying to say that all of the things that they have inherited, all of the things that they have worked for … had some percentage to be based on their skin color.” “In reality, the devils is in the details. There are so many white people walking around right now, who have no connection to slavery, had no connection to our ill past, and are not benefiting from their skin color,” he added. “Steve Nash wasn’t hired because of white privilege… I don’t believe...
    Bradley Cortright August 6, 2020 0 Comments Presumptive Democratic nominee Joe Biden says it would be a “very unusual thing” to prosecute a former president, and “probably not very … good for democracy.” However, that does not mean that he would step in to stop the Department of Justice from prosecuting President Donald Trump if he wins the election. Speaking to NPR’s Lulu Garcia-Navarro in an interview that aired Thursday, Biden said, “Look, the Justice Department is not the president’s private law firm. The attorney general is not the president’s private lawyer.” “I will not interfere with the Justice Department’s judgment of whether or not they think they should pursue the prosecution of anyone that they think has violated the law,” he added. However, he stressed that he would not push for the prosecution of Trump. “In terms of saying, ‘I think the president violated the law. I think the president did this, therefore, go on and prosecute him’ — I will not do that.” He continued:  “If [a case] prove[s] to be a criminal offense, then, in fact, that would be up...
    The Trump campaign believes the president can hold onto all the states he won in 2016, while also potentially bringing Maine, New Hampshire, Nevada and Minnesota into his column.  The president's new Campaign Manager Bill Stepien spent nearly an hour Friday on a Zoom call with reporters explaining how he saw the lay of the land with 102 days to go until the 2020 presidential election.  'We only either need to earn Wisconsin or Michigan or Pennsylvania to win this thing again,' Stepien said. 'If we win any of these states and the [rest of the] states the president won in 2016, Joe Biden stays in his basement. The president is in the White House for four more years.' President Trump's new Campaign Manager Bill Stepien talked to reporters for nearly an hour Friday and argued that Trump could pick up states Hillary Clinton won including Maine, New Hampshire, Nevada and Minnesota  Despite national and state polls suggesting otherwise, Bill Stepien (left) argued that the Trump campaign is in a good place with 102 days to go...
    A man who tried to track down his father's best friend decades after he disappeared has unraveled a disturbing tale of alleged abuse, drug trafficking, and an apparent suicide — that some believe was actually murder.  Aria Inthavong's father, Somock, had been searching for his close pal Serge Armand since he fled the U.S. in 1989. When Aria attempted to locate him, he learned that his father's charismatic friend had a dark side he knew nothing about.  The 28-year-old filmmaker chronicled his search for Serge in a 33-minute documentary that was released by BuzzFeed Unsolved Network this summer. While he hoped to reunite his father with Serge, he ended up having to break the news to his dad that his friend wasn't who he thought he was.  Scroll down for video   Mystery: Aria Inthavong (pictured) attempted to reunite his father, Somock, with his close friend Serge Armand after he disappeared more than three decades ago  Missing: Somock (right) had been searching for Serge (left) since he fled the U.S. in 1989. Aria ended up having to tell his father that his friend...
    (CNN)On Sunday morning -- before making the 271st visit to one of his golf courses during his presidency -- Donald Trump retweeted a video he said is from the Villages, a retirement community in Florida, in which a man driving a golf cart with Trump campaign posters is seen and heard yelling "white power.""Thank you to the great people of The Villages," wrote Trump in the since-deleted tweet.So, yeah. Amid immediate condemnation of the tweet -- including by Sen. Tim Scott, the lone black Republican in the Senate -- the tweet was deleted and this explanation was offered by deputy White House press secretary Judd Deere: "President Trump is a big fan of the Villages. He did not hear the one statement made on the video. What he did see was tremendous enthusiasm from his many supporters."If you believe that, I've got a burgeoning video rental business called Blockbuster that you might be interested in.Read MoreWhy shouldn't you believe the idea that Trump simply missed a guy chanting "white power" in the first few seconds of a video that he...
    By AUDREY JENSEN, Arizona Republic TEMPE, Ariz. (AP) — After five hours of shoveling rocks into his family’s backyard, Jimmy Flores, 30, met up with his close friends at the bars in Old Town Scottsdale on a Saturday night in June. “This bar was super packed. I was kind of concerned because I was like, man, everyone’s tight, they have limited cups. Some people were sharing drinks, it was weird,” said Flores, who also shared drinks with his friends that night. The next day, Flores said his body was sore before going to bed, but he shrugged it off as being tired from working and drinking. Then, Flores woke up in the middle of the night with a temperature of 103 degrees. “I texted my buddy and said, “I think I’m getting the flu.′ He goes, ‘That is scary because I am too,‘” Flores told the Arizona Republic. After testing positive for COVID-19 the week of June 8, Flores said Maricopa County Department of Public Health employees were able to trace the new coronavirus to a bar in north Scottsdale....
    NASCAR driver Bubba Wallace appeared Tuesday night on CNN to respond to the FBI’s conclusion that he was not the target of a racist hate crime, saying he was “pissed” that people are doubting his character and integrity. Days after NASCAR announced that a noose was found hanging in the garage of Wallace, the league’s only black racer who has recently been outspoken on racial justice issues, the FBI determined that “that the garage door pull rope fashioned like a noose had been positioned there since as early as last fall.” “We appreciate the FBI’s quick and thorough investigation and are thankful to learn that this was not an intentional, racist act against Bubba,” NASCAR president Steve Phelps said in a statement. “We remain steadfast in our commitment to providing a welcoming and inclusive environment for all who love racing.” Wallace, who successfully pushed NASCAR to ban Confederate flags from its events, immediately found himself accused of peddling a fake hate crime on social media, with many comparing him and the incident to Jussie Smollett. Asked by CNN anchor Don Lemon...
    CBS News White House correspondent Paula Reid asked President Trump Thursday why he kept "hiring people that you believe are wackos and liars" following Trump's angry reaction to claims made by former National Security Adviser John Bolton in a forthcoming book. Trump did not respond to Reid's question, which came at the end of a White House roundtable with state governors on reopeing small businesses during the coronavirus pandemic. BOLTON FACES BACKLASH FROM LEFT AND RIGHT AS BOOK EXCERPTS LEAK: 'SHIRKED HIS RESPONSIBILITIES' Earlier Thursday, Trump described Bolton as a "Wacko" and accused him of scuppering negotiations with North Korea about the future of that country's nuclear program. "When Wacko John Bolton went on Deface the Nation [CBS' 'Face The Nation'] and so stupidly said that he looked at the 'Libyan Model' for North Korea, all hell broke out. Kim Jong Un, who we were getting along with very well, went 'ballistic', just like his missiles - and rightfully so," Trump said. Earlier this month, Trump launched a similar rhetorical attack on former Defense Secretary James Mattis after Mattis criticized his handling of unrest following the death...
    Get all the latest news on coronavirus and more delivered daily to your inbox. Sign up here.Landing my job at Lord & Taylor in New York was something of a dream come true. Beginning in grade school, I had done all kinds of things for pay – ran errands for Howie, the owner of a local candy store, mowed lawns, shoveled snow, delivered newspapers and been a receptionist and janitor at our local church. But it felt different to put on a suit and step into the grandeur of American retail. I had shopped the store all my life with my parents, gazed admiringly at its windows at Christmas, and had always enjoyed the gentle, calm atmosphere. Pinning on my name tag that first day, I felt like I was joining part of a long and storied history. PAUL BATURA: AMID CORONAVIRUS CRISIS, LOOK FOR THESE MESSAGES OF HOPE AND INSPIRATION At first selling men’s suits and then shoes, the role was a good fit for me. I enjoyed talking with people and helping them, and the company’s motto made for...
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