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    Former President Donald Trump has revealed he asked FOX News host Sean Hannity go easier on his successor. The revelation came as Trump was concluding an exclusive two-part sit-down interview with Hannity at his Mar-a-Lago resort, in a segment that aired on Thursday. The FOX News host thanked the former president for his time, to which Trump asked whether he thought Joe Biden would provide him with that much time for an interview. 'Want my honest answer?' Hannity replied. 'I don't think he knows that today's Wednesday is my honest answer.' 'I hope he does, for the sake of this country, I hope he does,' Trump said. At that point, Hannity said he was 'very gracious,' adding: 'I should tell a story about how one time you requested I go easier on him. 'You did say that to me, you thought I was being too flippant.' Trump then recounted how he 'thought it was too tough, I thought you were very tough,' even as Hannity doubled down on his coverage of the president saying: 'I was telling the truth.' Former President Donald...
    Getting a cold beer or margarita with a delivery order in Virginia is just a few taps away on delivery apps under a pandemic-era law, but a new report shows it’s also easier for underage drinkers to get ahold of booze that way. Virginia ABC agents conducted an operation in which they placed 70 delivery orders — which included alcoholic beverages — at restaurants through third-party delivery apps. They also used IDs that were underage. And of those 70 orders, 52 were accepted and complete with an underage ID. More Virginia News More Local News Thirty-two of the orders went off without a hitch to the underage buyer. Most of the time, ID wasn’t requested, but nine times the delivery driver looked at the underage ID and then gave it to them anyway. The report added, “Four delivered cocktails with no food, two delivered more than four cocktails in violation of statutory limitations, two did not have secure lids, one delivered shots of liquor, which is not allowed, but provided a bowl of chili to attempt compliance with...
    In this article HIVE-VVIDEO8:0808:08Can crypto clean up its dirty image?CryptoBODEN, Sweden — Tucked away in snowy Swedish Lapland is a modern-day gold mine. But instead of picks and shovels, it's filled with thousands of computers. These machines, known as mining rigs, are working around the clock to find new units of cryptocurrency — in this case, ethereum, the second-largest token globally. To do so, they must compete with others around the world to find the answer to a complex math puzzle, which grows in difficulty as more and more computers, known as "miners," join the network. The aim is to ensure the security of the system and prevent fraud.This ethereum mining facility is run by Hive Blockchain, a firm that focuses on using clean energy to mine crypto.Benjamin Hall | CNBCThe whole process is underpinned by something known as "proof of work." And it uses up an incredibly large amount of energy. Bitcoin, the world's biggest digital currency, also uses this framework. It now consumes as much energy as entire countries. Governments around the world are growing concerned. Some countries,...
    THOUSANDS of shoppers are endorsing a tool that cleans dishes, sinks, and countertops in seconds, preventing clogs and buildup for only $8. The more than 4,500 reviews for the product on Amazon call it "simple but amazing," the "sponge saver," and "something you never knew you needed." 5Scraping baked-on cheese and sauce from dishes is a slimy, tedious jobCredit: Getty 5The OXO Good Grips Dish Squeegee costs $8 and makes cleaning dishes much easierCredit: Amazon / OXO Though the OXO Good Grips Dish Squeegee costs only $8, many Amazon reviewers call it the best money they've ever spent and intend to buy the item again and again. According to OXO, the flexible squeegee "efficiently clears leftover food from plates and bowls." It has a soft-grip handle, for ease of use even when wet, and it can hang near the sink or stand up on the counter when not in use. One reviewer said the tool rescued their garbage disposal from clogs and buildup and saved lots of paper towels along the way. READ MORE ABOUT KITCHEN MUST-HAVESSUCK IT UP...
    An organisation queen has shared three incredible hacks that everyone should know to help make life a little easier.  Melbourne mum-of-two, Chantel Mila, known as Mama Mila uses only a couple of common household items to complete the simple tricks.  She uses adhesive hooks on the inside of her bedside tables to hide charging cables and extra wires.   Scroll down for video This hack is a must-know for people who have multiple cables and cannot figure out how to keep their spaces looking neat and tidy  @mama_mila_ Which one will you try first?  #lifehacks #hometips ♬ Backstabber - Ke$ha This hack is a must-know for people who have multiple cables and cannot figure out how to keep their spaces looking neat and tidy.  Chantel also wowed her followers with her genius detangling hack - she simply pours a significant amount of olive oil onto a knotted chain and rubs it together until it seamlessly detangles itself. 'My jewellery box is a mess,' wrote one woman in the comments. 'My bracelets and necklaces are always coiled around each other. Keen to...
    IF YOU use Google Maps daily, then you absolutely need to know about this nifty trick that can enhance your experience. Google Maps comes equipped with a handy little trick that can help you to zoom more seamlessly. 2Google Maps has a one-finger zoom hack Every month, more than one billion people use Google Maps around the world, according to Google. Despite its widespread popularity, many users are still only aware of a fraction of Google Maps' features. One of these features includes zooming in with just one finger. Normally, most people use the two-finger pinching method to zoom in and out on Google Maps, but that can get annoying (and even dangerous) if you're doing something like riding a bike or walking your dog. It is during those times that the one-finger zoom tool can be especially helpful in navigating the streets. The hack has been around for a while -- it was even brought to the masses in 2013 in a 10-second YouTube video that has since garnered more than 100,000 views -- however, many...
    DOWNTOWN LOS ANGELES (CNS) -- Metro will launch a series of service improvements to its bus and rail lines on Sunday, including realigning bus routes for easier access to key destinations and increasing the frequency of rail stops.According to Metro officials, the following lines will have extra trips on weekdays in December: 10, 14, 16, 55, 60, 66, 70, 94, 108, 125, 152, 165, 166, 230, 256, 602, 720 and 910.Additionally, lines 256 and 720 will have extra trips on Saturdays and Sundays, and line 94 will have extra trips on Sundays. Some bus stops will be consolidated to improve bus travel times.As for Metro's rail service, the Blue, Green, Expo and Gold lines will increase from 10-minute to eight-minute service frequency during weekday peak periods. Reminder: Service changes for Metro Bus and Rail go into effect tomorrow! Visit https://t.co/kSh430iI6I to see if your line is affected. pic.twitter.com/ThFtwNtd7E— LA Metro (@metrolosangeles) December 18, 2021Earlier this month, Metro launched bus priority lanes on a 1-mile portion of Grand Avenue and 1.4-mile portion of Olive Street in downtown Los Angeles to help...
    Q: When will BART reopen its underground stations with bathrooms that have been closed now for 20 years? It’s terrible to need to relieve myself, but be unable to find an open restroom when using BART to travel to San Francisco. Roger, and so many others needing relief A: The first restrooms will be reopened in February at the 19th Street Station in Oakland and the Powell Street Station in San Francisco. Those restrooms will be staffed with attendants for at least the first three months to promote safety and proper use. Restrooms at 10 of BART’s underground stations have been closed since 9/11 because of safety concerns. Now BART is moving forward with plans to reopen restrooms once plumbing, electrical, ventilation, access, and safety improvements are made and restrooms upgraded with improved ventilation systems. BART hopes to reopen restrooms at the Lake Merritt and Montgomery Street stations before summer and in Downtown Berkeley and Embarcadero in 2024. And there is much more that has improved. Q: Gary, someone asked if any improvements have been made at stations. The answer...
    (CNN Business)For years, the US antitrust enforcers at the Federal Trade Commission have pledged only to go after companies that have harmed consumers. Now, under its new chair Lina Khan, the FTC is expanding its approach in a move that could make it easier to go after tech companies like Amazon (AMZN) that may offer attractive prices to customers, but have also been accused of harming small businesses, workers and innovation.The FTC on Thursday voted 3-2 to rescind a 2015 policy document that restricted how officials could bring cases against alleged antitrust violators, meaning more corporate conduct could become subject to FTC investigations and lawsuits.Amazon wants FTC Chair Lina Khan recused from all its casesThe 2015 policy statement, a voluntary commitment by the Obama-era FTC, assured the public that the agency would prioritize "consumer welfare" in its enforcement decisions. The FTC at the time also pledged to consider "business justifications" that might offset alleged harms to competition, in what amounted to a series of self-imposed limits on the scope of FTC authority. By moving to undo those limitations, Khan has...
    ANY mum will tell you that there are occasions when you just have to pull rank and be a ‘mean mum’ if it means getting your kids to behave. However, these women have taken things a step further and have even been described as ‘cruel’ for their extreme parenting approach. 8Tabatha Marie raised eyebrows when she shared her "cruel" punishmentCredit: Tiktok/@tabathamarie From throwing away their kid’s toys as punishment to chucking out their kids artwork - these mums aren’t messing around. Here we reveal the mean mums who aren’t taking any prisoners - unless of course they’re making their own jail… Rubbish punishment Tabatha Marie raised eyebrows when she threw away her son's toys when he refused to tidy his room. 8When her son didn't tidy his room she was determined to teach him some "respect"Credit: Tiktok/@tabathamarie She revealed that she settled on the punishment as she refuses to raise “disrespectful men.” In the clip she films her five-year-old’s incredibly messy room, with toys strewn across the floor. Speaking in the video she said: “When you ask your child for...
    Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Glenn Greenwald detailed how “wokeness” is the ideology of America’s power centers in a Tuesday night segment of Tucker Carlson Tonight. After a monologue in which Fox News host and Daily Caller co-founder Tucker Carlson tore into the CIA’s latest woke recruitment ad, Greenwald, co-founder of The Intercept and best known for reporting the Edward Snowden leaks, explained how he believes the ideology of woke liberals is designed to further ruling class interests while tearing American citizens apart. Greenwald began by blasting the CIA’s infamous recruitment ad, saying that it is indicative of how powerful institutions, such as the intelligence community, Wall Street, and Silicon Valley are using the “left-wing cultural ideology” that permeates the Democratic Party to further their own interests. “Wokeness, this ideology, is not about subverting power centers. They never talk about power centers, the CIA, big tech, monopolies, hedge fund managers, it is about turning citizens against one another,” Greenwald said. “That person is evil. That individual is bad. It empowers these ruling class centers. That is why they not just embrace...
    Spotify’s vast library of music and podcasts is its biggest strength — but if you’re in a rush, that can also be its greatest downside. For years, the company’s “Your Library” section in its mobile apps has been ill-equipped to handle our every-growing music collections. Today, Spotify is finally modernizing that experience with a completely redesigned Your Library section, which will start rolling out to Android and iOS users over the next week. It all starts with a simple search box, which can instantly sift through your library of songs, albums and podcasts. Previously, you had to click several times to access search boxes within each of those subsections, while podcasts were awkwardly walled off in a separate column. The redesign also lets you quickly add dynamic filters, giving you an easy way to narrow down your search string to include any combination of album, artistic, playlist and podcasts. And once we’re out and about again, I’d imagine many users will appreciate the Downloaded filter, which brings up all of your downloaded content. Beyond the vastly improved search functionality,...
    Fact check: MaKhia Bryant did not approach police officers at the scene before shooting Same-day, at-home Covid tests hit pharmacies Lucky Pokémon are a rare occurrence in Pokémon Go. The only way to get them is to coordinate with another player in the game and have them trade a Pokémon with you. At the end of the trade, there’s a chance that when the new Pokémon arrives to you, it becomes lucky. How does a lucky Pokémon work, and can you increase your chances? There are a few things to know about how a Pokémon becomes lucky. © Provided by GamePur How to get lucky Pokémon Any time a Pokémon is traded, there’s a chance it becomes lucky. You can increase the chances of a Pokémon becoming lucky by using older Pokémon. For example, a Pokémon you captured in 2018 has a much higher chance of being traded and becoming lucky compared to one that was captured in 2021 and then traded away. Any Pokémon captured from the early 2016 and 2017 days in Pokémon have the highest chances...
    Nigella Lawson has shared her four 'edicts for an easier existence' which include applying dry shampoo before bed and not worrying about serving 'piping hot' food.  In her final column for The Sunday Times Style magazine, the TV chef, 60, from London, revealed her guide to 'the art of getting through life' and 'smoothing a path through every day'.  Her tips include saying no immediately to something you don't want to do, rather than delaying your response because you feel guilty. She also advised not putting things off, especially when it comes to jobs like laundry.   Nigella Lawson, pictured  last year in London, has shared her four 'edicts for an easier existence' including applying dry shampoo before bed and not worrying about serving 'piping hot' food Introducing her list, the former journalist-turned-chef wrote: 'The art of getting through life relies on smoothing a path through the everyday rather more than finding a solution to profound philosophical problems.'  First of all, Nigella urged readers not to feel guilty about giving a 'quick no' when asked to do something they don't feel they can...
    Whoever spray-painted “Go home to China,” “Coronavirus” and “COVID-19” on the windows and front sidewalk of a Wyckoff Chinese restaurant – whether adult or juvenile – faces severe penalties if caught by investigators, authorities said Wednesday. Detectives were reviewing area surveillance video and evidence collected by the Bergen County Sheriff’s Bureau of Criminal Identification following the overnight attack on Gourmet Garden Restaurant on Crescent Avenue. The Bergen County Prosecutor’s Office is involved, as well, and are pursuing the incident as a bias crime. Other charges, including criminal mischief, are likely, Lt. Joseph Soto said. “The investigation thus far shows no other reason for the crime other than the ethnicity of the business and its owners,” Soto said. Which means severe penalties if those responsible are caught and convicted – or lesser punishment for a confession. “This incident is not a reflection of our Wyckoff community, but rather a reflection of a hate-filled person,” Police Chief David Murphy said, calling the incident “a cowardly act meant to alienate a member of our community.” He asked anyone who might have witnessed anything...
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