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    A group of 110 migrants from Central and South America was found inside a tractor-trailer that was headed towards Mexico’s border with the United States. Security forces were discovered Thursday during a checkpoint on Federal Highway 57 in Galeana, a municipality in the northeastern Mexican state of the Nuevo León. Immigration agents and municipal cops instructed the driver to pull over near a toll both to conduct the inspection when they heard voices emanating from the freight container, the National Institute of Migration said in a statement. Footage released by the agency showed the migrants sitting and standing alongside each other inside the cargo box before they were escorted out. Security forces in Mexico found 110 migrants hidden inside a tractor trailer that was stopped Thursday near a toll booth station on a highway in Galeana, a city in the northeastern Mexican state of Nuevo León A total of 96 Guatemalans, seven Ecuadorians, five Salvadorans and two Hondurans were discovered inside a tractor trailer Thursday in Galeana, Mexico RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Sex on the...
    Wayne police who frisked a wanted ex-con after he surrendered at headquarters couldn't find the key they needed to search his vehicle for a gun they believed he was carrying. It wasn't in the convict's pockets, Detective Capt. Dan Daly said. It wasn't in the holding cell -- although police did find the key ring there, he said. Told they’d have to strip search him, Alphonzo C. Jackson, 27, of Wayne, admitted hiding it, the captain said. Authorities leave it to you to guess where. Police subsequently found a 9mm Glock 19 handgun with a loaded high-capacity magazine in the vehicle, Daly said Wednesday, Aug. 31. Detectives who knew of Jackson's criminal history got a warrant and began looking for him after a tipster showed them a cellphone photo of him brandishing the gun, the captain said. Family members finally reached out and got Jackson to turn himself in, Daly said. It became evident that he was “concealing the vehicle key somewhere on his body” after it couldn’t be located among Jackson’s personal property, the captain said. Jackson...
    In 2022, it's hard to shock me. But here we are. In our nation's capital, where carjackings rage out of control and unvaccinated illegal immigrants are dropped off at bus stations just a short stroll from the Capitol Building, a child can't get a public school education without a COVID vaccination. That's insane. Now to be clear, I am not anti-vaccine. My entire family and I were all vaccinated against Covid. I have received the normal schedule of vaccines since I was born, as has my two-year-old daughter Liberty. I am grateful for vaccines, which eliminate the need to worry about my child contracting polio and becoming paralyzed or any number of additional diseases. I am grateful to the doctors and scientists whose work protects the public health. And I am especially grateful for Covid vaccines, which have done more than any other human intervention, to end the coronavirus pandemic. I am, however, against political hypocrisy and illogical mandates and virtue signaling from feckless politicians who have no business being in office. The city of Washington DC, from which I...
    Palm Beach police have notified surrounding police departments, including the Palm Beach County Sheriff's Office, that it received intelligence today informing them that armed pro-Trump protesters are expected near Mar-a-Lago following last night's FBI raid, a Florida law enforcement source has told DailyMail.com. The Palm Beach police has notified surrounding departments in the county, requesting that all departments be on the lookout for armed motorists parking near Donald Trump's home in the coming hours. Protesters often park in the parking lot of a Publix supermarket on Southern Boulevard in West Palm Beach and walk to the area of the property, where street parking is not allowed. Dozens of furious Trump supporters began to descend on Mar-a-Lago last night shortly after he revealed the FBI had raided his  house as part of an investigation into whether he took classified records from the White House to the Florida residence.  Pro-Trump protesters stands behind the Mar-a-Lago estate today following raid by FBI agents. The Palm Beach police has notified surrounding departments in the county, requesting that all departments be on the lookout for armed...
    Getty Kansas City Chiefs defensive end Frank Clark. We know Kansas City Chiefs veteran defensive end Frank Clark entered training camp at a lower playing weight, alcohol-free, and with a chip on his shoulder after his offseason meeting with head coach Andy Reid. The new-look Clark has taken the field in St. Joseph, Missouri dialed in, and his teammates are taking notice. “He’s locked in, man. Probably the most locked-in that I’ve ever seen him,” fellow defensive end Mike Danna said of Clark to the media on Aug. 1, the first day of padded practices for the Chiefs. Danna’s comments about Clark are supported by reporters on-scene for training camp practices, as well as videos from the practices. “Frank Clark looks leaner, seems to have a little more pep in his step,” Nick Roesch of the Chiefs Wire wrote. Frank Clark TFL pic.twitter.com/INMKJSyLBB — KC Sports Network (@KCSportsNetwork) August 1, 2022 The hype surrounding Clark this summer is no doubt an unexpected but welcomed addition to training camp. With Kansas City adding George Karlaftis via the draft and...
    Russian President Vladimir Putin's spokesman Dmitry Peskov has refuted the suggestion that the arrest and detainment of WNBA star Brittney Griner in Russia amounts to political imprisonment. In an exclusive interview with NBC News that aired on Monday, Peskov claimed Griner is only being held captive for breaking the law.  And he equated her predicament with, 'hundreds and hundreds of Russian citizens that were sentenced for carrying hashish.'  'Why should we make an exemption for a foreign citizen?' Peskov argued. Griner, 31, was detained at a Moscow airport on February 17 after authorities there said a search of her bag revealed vape cartridges containing cannabis oil. NBC News' Keir Simmons observed that the US government is essentially treating Griner's detention like a hostage situation, but Peskov dodged. 'She violated Russian law, and now she's being prosecuted,' Peskov told NBC. 'It's not about being a hostage. There are lots of American citizens here. They're enjoying their freedoms … but you have to obey the laws.' The top Kremlin spokesman added that he strongly disagreed with the State Department's reclassification in May of Griner's arrest as 'wrongfully detained.'  ...
    A sword-wielding man surrendered to authorities after using his weapon to smash the window of a storefront then charge at officers Wednesday, May 25 in New Jersey, police said. Police were called to Deliworks on State Highway 31, the business that had its window smashed by the unidentified man, around 3:20 p.m. in Raritan, local police said. The man had gone into a wooded area with his sword, and when police found him, they asked him to drop it, they said. However, the man refused and instead charged at them near Healthquest, police said. Police attempted to "deploy less lethal munitions" to help subdue the man, but he retreated back into the woods, placing local businesses on lockdown, according to Raritan police. Several surrounding law enforcement agencies including the Hunterdon County SWAT team responded and helped talk to the man, police said. He eventually placed his sword down along the Raritan River and was peacefully taken into custody.
    A high school photo of Lacey Ellen Fletcher, 36. The coroner told the DailyMail.com the horrific scene of the disabled woman covered in urine, feces, and insect bites  A colleague of a Louisiana man accused of abandoning his 36-year-old disabled daughter to die on the living room couch has said he is 'shocked' by the horrific allegations. Lacey Fletcher was found dead in January. She suffered from Locked-in Syndrome, leaving her unable to move her muscles, and her parents were her primary caregivers.  She was found dead, fused to a living room couch, and covered in insects and her own bodily fluids.  Her father Clay Fletcher, 65, and his wife Sheila, 64, are now facing second-degree murder charges.  John Potts, program director of the Baton Rouge Civil War Roundtable - where Clay Fletcher worked - said he was stunned by the news. Asked by KTAL News for his reaction, Potts replied: 'Shock. Because it doesn't match with my experience of him.  'He's completely different than what you would expect of someone like that to be.' Potts said: 'The details are horrific, there is...
    Q: A 7th- or 8th-place finish gives Nets the power to select whether they prefer to face, the first or second seed in the first round.  — Leonard, Cornelius, N.C. A: In theory, yes. But that is a very dangerous game to play in the play-in round. If the Nets close at No. 7 or No. 8, a win in their initial play-in game (No. 7 vs. No. 8 for the No. 7 seed) would have them most likely facing the No. 2 Bucks in the first round. But, say, as you suggest, that the preference would be facing the No. 1 Heat. In that case, the Nets, by throwing the Nos. 7-8 game, would have a win-or-go home game for No. 8 (vs. the winner of Nos. 9-10). I highly doubt Brooklyn would want to put itself in such a precarious position after all their team has been through this season. At this stage, the Nets just need to secure a playoff spot. Tanking the play-in opener is playing with fire. As it is, we have to wait until...
    Two would-be robbers got locked inside their own crime scene after trying to hold up a smoke shop - with one of the crooks firing 30 rounds in a failed bid to open the door before falling on his face.  The Fresno Police Department is looking for a robbery suspect who is still at large after he and two others attempted to rob a Pipes R Us Smoke Shop on East Kings Canyon Road on February 25 around 9.15pm.  Two suspects, Jasmine Hernandez, 26, and Jose Montano, 27, were captured after the robbery, but police are still looking for 34-year-old Adrian Montejano.  Montejano and Hernandez entered the store with firearms, according to police, and demanded money from a store employee.  'Montejano demanded money from the victim as Hernandez gathered the money in a plastic bag,' police said in a press release.  However, when the two bandits tried to make off with the money, they were locked inside the own crime scene by another employee who had left.  Fresno Police are looking for Adrian Montejano, 34, (pictured) after he and two others...
    On Friday’s broadcast of HBO’s “Real Time,” host Bill Maher criticized people who have attempted to make the Russian invasion of Ukraine about their pet issues and criticized those who have attempted to blame the invasion on former President Donald Trump by asking, “if Putin thought Trump was really that supportive of him, why didn’t he invade when Trump was in office?” And arguing that the question’s worth asking “if you’re not locked into one, intransigent thought.” Maher began his closing monologue by stating, “Watching the reactions to war in Ukraine these past few weeks, it’s become obvious that America in this age suffers acutely from a particular disease of the mind, which is: everything proves what we already believed, and everything goes back to the thing we already hate. … So, naturally, Republicans blamed Ukraine on Biden being the worst president ever, and Democrats blamed it on Trump’s being the worst president ever, which he was, there is that.” He added, “[I]f Putin thought Trump was really that supportive of him, why didn’t he invade when Trump was in...
    The accompanying text says, "They see the excitement. They see the joy. They see what they are missing." "Democrats are putting kids last. Teachers' unions are putting kids last," the ad continues. "Tell them to give kids their childhood back." Kids are locked out of school, locked out of learning, locked out of their childhood.\n\nCelebrities and media personalities and hypocritical politicians are partying like it\u2019s 2019.\n\nThat should disgust everyone.pic.twitter.com/jcZnx1FfT5 — N2 America (@N2 America) 1643895271 Will Democrats and educators listen? If Stacey Abrams' and a Georgia principal's antics over the weekend are any indication, probably not.
    Fox News' Jeanine Pirro said Jen Psaki must be 'locked in an ivory tower' to think Americans don't care about crime policy after the White House press secretary made fun of the judge's segment on the 'consequences' of 'soft-on-crime policies.'  'She wants to know why I'm talking about the consequences of soft on crime,' Pirro said on Fox News' The Five Monday evening.   'Well, I'm talking about the consequences of the Democrat, liberal, progressive, leftist, soft-on-crime, criminal-loving, victim-hating group that has made a decision that no bail, no jail and that criminals are–they should be privilege and that social justice and rogue prosecutors should not be a part of the criminal justice system.'  'Jen, are you so locked up in your ivory tower that you have no idea what Americans really care about and what they're concerned about?' she added.  Citing rising crime rates across the U.S., Pirro said: 'Joe Biden ignored all this. Joe Biden ignored the looting, the burning, the rioting, and he ignored the burning of a federal courthouse, and police precincts.' Psaki was speaking about a...
    CYBER crooks have found another trick to dupe people into sharing their login details. This time scammers are using fake copyright notices to get into accounts. 2Example of fake copyright notice sent by scammersCredit: Sophos Although so-called phishing attempts are nothing new, security experts at Sophos warn that bad actors are getting better at making them more believable. In this case, the fraudster sends you a false report and gives you an opportunity to appeal. Copyright notices are commonplace on social media, especially for things like videos from movie scenes and even music in the background can cause a post to be removed. The alert can easily cause a sense of panic and some may be too quick to jump on the solution without thinking twice. “We recently received a complaint about a post on your Instagram," the message reads. "Your post has been reported as infringing copyright. Most read in TechROBO COP Urgent warning over Covid 19 call – never respond if they say these thingsSPACE ROCKS Asteroid making 'close approach' to Earth is larger than Statue of LibertyTOK...
    The South African government has condemned an upcoming auction in the US of the key which kept former South African president Nelson Mandela locked behind bars for almost 20 years. New York-based auction house Guernsey's is hosting an online only auction next month which will see a number of items being sold which held significant importance during Mandela's life. And the key which kept Mandela behind bars on Robben Island is believed to be set to fetch more than £1million when it sells. South African Minister of Sport, Arts and Culture Nathi Mthethwa (pictured, file image from July 3, 2017) has said the auction should not go ahead and that the key 'belongs to the people of South Africa' But today, the South African Minister of Sport, Arts and Culture has spoken out against the auction. Nathi Mthethwa, 54, said: 'It is unfathomable for Guernseys, which is clearly aware of the painful history of our country and the symbolism of the key, to consider auctioning the key without any consultation with the South African Government, the heritage authorities in South Africa and Robben...
    A key that kept former South African president Nelson Mandela locked behind bars for almost 20 years is set to fetch more than a million pounds at auction next week.    The key comes from the prison on Robben island near Cape Town where the anti-apartheid campaigner was incarcerated by the white authorities. It was used by the jailer, Christo Brand, who became his friend, and who is now selling the small metal key more than seven years after Mandela's death.  The key comes from the prison on Robben island near Cape Town where the anti-apartheid campaigner was incarcerated by the white authorities The two men forged a bond of friendship that continued until Mandela's death in 2013 at the age of 95 and now the key is being auctioned off at a New York sale next week. Founder and president of the auction house Guernseys, Arlan Ettinger, said today: 'The idea that an ordinary key worth pennies should be so important is extraordinary. But it represents the best and worst of humanity - Mandela was imprisoned unjustly for 27 years...
    (CNN)Internal Supreme Court documents that could enhance public understanding of the Bush v. Gore election battle and other significant cases of the late 1990s and early 2000s were to be opened last year under a deal forged by a long-serving justice, but the high court has delayed release of the materials, citing the pandemic. The late Justice John Paul Stevens, whose tenure spanned 35 years, planned for most of his case files to be opened and "freely available" at the Library of Congress by October 2020. His arrangement with the library -- the details of which have not been previously reported -- covers cases up to October 1, 2005. The secret Supreme Court: Late nights, courtesy votes and the unwritten 6-vote rule Along with the 2000 Bush v. Gore decision that continues to reverberate in election-law controversies, the trove would include documents related to two groundbreaking gay-rights decisions, a seminal University of Michigan affirmative action dispute and several post-9/11 Guantanamo detainee appeals. The release of once-private files can help illuminate one of the country's most secretive institutions, even as the...
    It was the most dreadful crime Dublin had seen in years. On the morning of Friday November 14, 1856, the chief cashier of the city's Broadstone railway terminus was found dead on the floor of his office, lying in a pool of his own blood.   George Little's throat had been cut, his head battered almost beyond recognition. Around the room lay piles of cash, hundreds of pounds in gold and silver, and the door was locked, apparently from the inside. Who could have committed this sickening murder? If the motive was robbery, why had so much money been left untouched? And why would anybody kill the unassuming George Little, a man renowned for his kindness and integrity? Drawing on a cache of documents left untouched in the National Archives of Ireland for 160 years, author Thomas Morris forensically unpacks the murder enquiry that made headlines across Ireland and Britain in The Dublin Railway Murder, out now.  Here, in a piece written exclusively for FEMAIL, Morris reveals how the police investigation into Mr Little's murder was bungled from the outset, and introduces...
    A 29-year-old gunman was arrested after hitting a woman in front of a young child, prompting a precautionary lockdown of Morristown Medical Center Monday night, authorities announced. Chancelle Ibin Young was seen brandishing a firearm and torching a vehicle on Franklin Street late Monday night into the early morning hours Tuesday, Morris County Prosecutor Robert J. Carroll said alongside county officials. The initial Morristown patrolmen were joined at the scene by officers from the prosecutors office, sheriff's office and other local departments, prompting a stand-off lasting several hours. "Despite the suspects escalating threatening conduct, the officers, after several tense hours succeeded in safely taking Young into custody," Carroll said.  A firearm was recovered, he said. Young was charged with Aggravated Arson, Possession of a Weapon for Unlawful Purpose (firearm); Unlawful Possession of a Weapon (firearm), Terroristic Threats, and Endangering the Welfare of a Child, all crimes of the second degree. He was also charged with Aggravated Assault on a Domestic Violence Victim, Pointing a Firearm at Law Enforcement, and Criminal Mischief, all crimes of the third degree. In accordance with the...
    The Hubble Space Telescope has spotted two 'squabbling' galaxies that are locked in a cosmic dance — one that can only end in one of two dramatic ways. Either the smaller one will be engulfed by its neighbour or else it will be tossed out into intergalactic space, experts from the European Space Agency (ESA) have said. The larger barred spiral galaxy is known as NGC 7753 and seemingly attached to one of its spiral arms is its smaller companion, dubbed NGC 7752.  The pair are 220 million light-years away from Earth in the Pegasus constellation.  Two 'squabbling' galaxies have been spotted by the Hubble Space Telescope that are locked in a cosmic dance — one which can only end in one of two dramatic ways. Either the smaller one will be engulfed by its neighbour or else it will be tossed out into intergalactic space, experts from the European Space Agency have said. Pictured: NGC 7753 and the smaller NGC 7752 WHAT IS ARP 68? ARP 68 is the name given to a pair of galaxies in the Pegasus constellation, some 220 million light-years...
    DR. Anthony Fauci is under fire for allegedly funding experiments where beagle puppies were locked in cages with hungry sandflies that would eat them alive. The non-profit organization White Coat Waste Project has accused the director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases of funding a project that had beagles infected with disease-causing parasites in order to test an experimental drug. 4Non-profit organization White Coat Waste Project has accused Dr. Anthony Fauci of using tax-payer money to fund cruel experiments on puppies in TunisiaCredit: Splash 4The White Coat Waste Project claims some of the dogs allegedly had their vocal cords removed to muzzle their barkingCredit: Alamy The Hill reports that a bipartisan group of 24 House Representatives have written a letter demanding that Dr. Fauci answer to the claims by the nonprofit. The organization claims that as many as 44 beagle puppies were used as part of the cruel experiment in a Tunisia laboratory. Some of the dogs allegedly had their vocal cords removed to muzzle their barking. "Our investigators show that Fauci’s NIH division shipped part of...
    AS style icons of the Nineties, Victoria and David Beckham made as many headlines for their outlandish clothes as for her songs and his goals. They infamously turned heads wearing matching leather suits to a party in 1999 and even wore co-ordinated purple outfits on their wedding day the same year. 9Today, Victoria Beckham reveals she and David should have been locked up for some of their fashion choices in the NinetiesCredit: Getty 9Victoria and David wearing matching Gucci leather suits at 1999 Versace partyCredit: Rex Features But while the former Spice Girl believed the pair were on point at the time, she now admits they should have been locked up for some of their choices. Speaking about the 1999 leather biker suits, Victoria, 47, said: “I will never, ever, ever, ever be allowed to forget that look. The irony is that we wore full-on leather Gucci to a Versace event for Donatella. Which in itself was just so wrong.” The pop star turned fashion designer may not be a fan of some of her old outfits, but she revealed the...
    NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — Sources tell CBS2 that New York Gov. Kathy Hochul is expected to sign the Less Is More Act on Friday. This would potentially lead to the release of hundreds of inmates locked up for technical parole violations. The governor’s office released the following statement Thursday evening — “Governor Hochul is deeply concerned about the conditions on Rikers Island. It will take collaboration at all levels of government to reach solutions, and we are still in ongoing discussions with the City and legislative leaders on what can be done to improve safety and ensure fairness and justice — both immediately and long-term.” This comes as Rikers Island deals with an ongoing crisis of growing violence and inmate deaths in the jail.
    Simone Biles has praised a Japanese university for allowing her to use its gym facility to train in secret while she tried to overcome the mental health issues that prompted her to pull out of five Olympic finals.  The 24-year-old took to Twitter to pay tribute to Juntendo University, saying that she will be 'forever thankful' to its staff for allowing her to use its training center in order to try and work on her skills away from prying eyes.  Her tribute to the university comes shortly after it was revealed that the gymnast's coaches made a desperate call to one of its staff in the hours after Biles made the shock decision to pull out of the team final, while grappling with a mental block known as the 'twisties'.  'I’ll forever be thankful for Juntendo for allowing me to come train separately to try to get my skills back,' she wrote, before adding of her experience in Tokyo: 'The Japanese are some of, if not the sweetest people I’ve ever met.' Opening up: Simone Biles has paid tribute to...
    Footage captured the moment a Long Island teenager stuck inside a bank vault-turned-dressing room was rescued by fire fighters after her younger brother closed the door and accidentally locked her inside for hours.  Giavanna Diesso, 14, was trying on clothes at Kate and Hale in Port Jefferson on Tuesday when she was accidentally locked in a dressing room area that once served as a bank vault for the First National Bank of Port Jefferson.  Her seven-year-old brother Vincent shut the door of the bank vault, trapping his older sister.  'I didn't think that it was actually going to close,' he told Newsday. Scroll down for video.  Fire fighters from the  Port Jefferson Fire Department rescue 14-year-old Giavanna Diesso from a bank vault  turned dressing room after she was trapped for nearly two hours Giavanna Diesso, 14, made it out of the bank vault turned dressing room after fire fighters drilled a hole into the foot-thick wall Her mother, Danielle Diesso, was at the register at the time and heard the sound of the heavy door closing.    'It just, like,...
    This feature is primarily for Google Photos. Using this feature, users can hide their personal photos and videos. New Delhi, June 15: Google has become the most important tool for all users whether they are smartphones or computers. Gmail and other features and various features are constantly being provided to the Google user. It now includes a new feature. This feature is primarily for Google Photos. Using this feature, users can hide their personal photos and videos. Technology company Google last month announced a new feature in Google Photos on Google I / O. Accordingly, the company has introduced a locked folder feature for Google Photos. This allows the user to hide personal photos and videos in a secure folder with a passcode or fingerprints. Photos or videos stored in this locked folder will not appear in Photo Gallery, Search, Album or Memory. Also, third-party applications may not display such photos or videos. Hidden photos cannot be backed up to the cloud. If you have previously backed up a photo or video, Google will...
    Scientists have identified a new species of the 'really weird' creature previously misclassified as the world's smallest dinosaur, reinforcing the belief it was actually a lizard.  The 99-million-year-old specimen — which is stunningly preserved in amber —  is in the same genus as 'Oculudentavis khaungraae', whose original description as a hummingbird-sized dinosaur was retracted last year. Both fossils were discovered in the same area of Myanmar.  Discovery: Scientists have identified a new species of the 'really weird' creature previously misclassified as the world's smallest dinosaur, reinforcing the belief it was actually a lizard. Oculudentavis naga is pictured in an artist's reconstruction following the analysis HOW IS A DINOSAUR DISTINGUISHED FROM OTHER REPTILES? Dinosaurs had an upright stance which allowed them to run faster and for longer than other reptiles the same size. This was because of their straight back legs which were positioned directly under their bodies. By comparison, other reptiles had legs that sprawl out to the side like today's lizards and crocodiles. Their thigh bones are almost parallel to the ground, meaning they walk and run with a side-to-side motion. Dinosaur...
    More On: pearl harbor Pearl Harbor military base on lockdown over ‘potential security threat’ Remains of World War II sailor identified 80 years after Pearl Harbor The legend of Sleepy Hollow: Beloved local Pearl Harbor survivor turns 100 Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day goes virtual due to COVID-19 A “potential security threat” that sent the military base at Pearl Harbor into emergency lockdown Tuesday was sparked by two phoned-in bomb threats, according to a report. Gates at Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam near Honolulu were closed and personnel was ordered to shelter in place after calls claiming there was an explosive on the destroyer USS William P. Lawrence, which is in dry dock, the Honolulu Star-Advertiser reported. Authorities sent in bomb-sniffing dogs to scour the ship and the surrounding area but no bombs were found, the Star-Advertiser said. Hours later, the military base said on Twitter that the “all clear” had been given. A “person of interest” was questioned by authorities but was found to not be involved in making the threats, the outlet said. The massive base...
    Roughly two dozen people interrupted Oklahoma lawmakers at the state’s Capitol by chanting “black lives matter” in protest laws that would protect motorists fleeing riots and another that would ban transgender people from girls’ sports. #BREAKING – This was the scene in the past 30 minutes inside the House Chambers at the Oklahoma State Capitol. @CassandraOnTV is following the story. @kfor https://t.co/QV6akw3D2c — Patrick Spencer (@made4tv) April 21, 2021 Protesters entered the fifth floor and chanted “We will use our voices to stand against corruption, to fight hate, to defend black and brown lives,” Fox News reported. KOCO reporter Dillon Richards claimed that the Capitol’s galleries were locked. (RELATED: ‘Burn The Whole City Down’: BLM Protesters At Floyd Memorial Compare Police Shootings To ‘A Genocide’) This is misleading as well. The galleries were locked, but the protestors did not “force Oklahoma capitol lockdown,” to my knowledge as someone who was here in the building pic.twitter.com/329So6HFXd — Dillon Richards (@KOCODillon) April 22, 2021 Some protesters were asked to leave the building following loud chanting, including “no justice no peace,”...
    At just before midnight on April 14, 1912, the RMS Titanic hit an iceberg while travelling on its maiden voyage from Southampton to New York.  Within three hours, the 'unsinkable' ship had slipped beneath the waves of the freezing Atlantic Ocean, killing more than 1,500 people.   Now, a new documentary released on Netflix-style platform History Hit dispels some of the common beliefs about the Titanic's sinking. Debunking the Myths of the Titanic hears from the world-leading expert about the disaster, Tim Maltin.  One claim made about why the ship sank is that members of the ship's watch did not have binoculars on the fateful night and so did not spot the iceberg quickly enough. But Mr Maltin, the author of three books on the Titanic, argues that if the crew had had binoculars they would have taken longer to warn of the iceberg.  Among the other claims, which are all debunked below, are that Captain Smith was reckless by sailing too quickly, that the ship was poorly built and that poorer passengers in third class were locked below deck.  ...
    Gov. Ron DeSantis (R) regrets locking down the state during the pandemic “for even one day,” Rep. Matt Gaetz (R-FL) said, according to Politico. Gaetz reportedly told Politico’s Michael Kruse the Florida governor expressed one regret in retrospect, and that is embracing lockdown measures, even if they were brief and temporary. “He told me that his biggest regret as governor is that we ever locked down for even one day,” Gaetz said, according to the outlet. DeSantis issued a one-month stay-at-home order nearly one year ago, on April 1, but he did not renew it, nor did he implement a statewide mask mandate. This drew ire from his critics —  primarily the establishment media — throughout the year. “We will never do any of these lockdowns again, and I hear people say they’ll shut down the country, and honestly I cringe,” DeSantis said during an August 31 press briefing in Central Florida. The Republican governor and Trump ally has continued to tout the success of his state regularly as blue states largely remain restricted. “If you look around the country, you have...
    New York : Emma Coronel You have three options on how you could get out of your legal troubles as quickly as possible, explained your lawyer. Mariel Colon. The wife of Joaquín “El Chapo” Guzmán can “Cooperate with authorities”, indicated its defender, but also decide leave on trial or reach a plea deal with prosecutors. Colonel, who is locked up in the Alexandria City, Virginia prison, has the advantage that the accusations of drug trafficking conspiracy are “his first offense” in the United States. Colón indicated that his client is seriously evaluating the plea agreement, which would lead her to prison for a certain time, although the lawyer specified that they continue to work on the options and would wait for the position of the prosecutors, led by Anthony Nardozzi. “(In this type of agreement) the person would have to assume their responsibility and have to show repentance, and that carries some benefits”explained the lawyer. “A reduction of the charge of which he is accused, because he would plead guilty to a lower crime.” He noted that the participation...
    New York : “My God and it will be that this woman is losing her mind … lock her up”, wrote a follower of Carolina sandoval On Instagram. The comment appears in a video in which the television host appears showering in front of the camera, while wearing a shiny swimsuit. Many thus ignored Carolina’s swimsuit, despite the fact that the suit has a pronounced neckline in the front and a thong – which she herself boasted – behind. On this occasion, despite the request for confinement, many concentrated on calling her attention, asking her not to waste water when showering. “It gives me stress, anguish of everything to see so much water waste…. I have nothing against her! But I do not understand why he is not able to turn off the tap when soaping or brushing his hair“Wrote a follower of Carolina Sandoval, along with a video that has more than 240 thousand views. Others have reflected that because of the way Carolina is shown on social networks, she herself no longer has any privacy. “Too bad,...
    New York : Ina is a bear marked by the trauma of captivity after spend 20 years of your life sharing a very small cage at the Piatra Neamt Zoo, Romania. The animal walks in circles despite having a much more generous space since it was transferred to the Libearty bear sanctuary, located in the Romanian town of Zarnesti. During her captivity, Ina shared a room with her sister Anca and they only came out of their cage for a walk once a week, according to Timisoara Online. His story has been made public on social networks this week by the Libearty Shrine through a video in which hee can see the bear “trapped” in an imaginary cage in which it is still circling. After 20 year of captivity Ina the bear is still trapped in her virtual cage. Whenever you go to visit a zoo with tiny cages or a circus where bears perform remember this. #FreedomPlanet #animals #sanctuary #Libearty pic.twitter.com/ng6egCgU5l – Libearty Sanctuary (@LibeartyBears) January 15, 2021 “This is the image of trauma that sometimes is...
    WASHINGTON D.C. -- In the U.S. Capitol, a massive crowd of protesters forced a lockdown as members of Congress inside debated over Republican challenges to Joe Biden's presidential victory.During the protest, a violent clash broke out between supporters of President Donald Trump and police. With the Capitol under lockdown and lawmakers sheltering in place, Congressional members from both sides of the aisle took to social media to call on the protesters to stop.SEE ALSO: Shots reportedly fired in US Capitol as lawmakers evacuate, pro-Trump protesters swarmIllinois Rep. Adam Kinzinger called the current events a "coup attempt." This is a coup attempt.— Adam Kinzinger (@RepKinzinger) January 6, 2021Kinzinger also called out Trump, claiming he is "not protecting the country."You are not protecting the country. Where is the DC guard? You are done and your legacy will be a disaster. https://t.co/7jWYWE7TVj— Adam Kinzinger (@RepKinzinger) January 6, 2021Florida Sen. Marco Rubio also called out President Trump and said, "It is crucial you help restore order by sending resources to assist the police and ask those doing this to stand down."Mr. President @realDonaldTrump the...
    In northern Virginia, a secretive Army storage facility that holds hundreds of seized Nazi artworks has drawn comparisons to the warehouse from the Indiana Jones film Raiders Of The Lost Ark. Since the end of World War Two, 456 pieces of Nazi art and propaganda have remained under lock and key at the Army's Museum Support Center at Fort Belvoir, a sprawling base in Fairfax County. The collection, which includes four watercolors painted by Adolf Hitler himself, has rarely been loaned out to museums or seen by the public, for fear they could inspire followers of the Nazis' sick and dangerous ideals. 'The rationale in 1945 was that we take possession of these works to keep them out of dangerous hands,' Sarah Forgey, the Army's chief art curator, told the New Yorker in an interview published on Monday.  Curators pull out Wilhelm Sauter's 'Soldiers on the West Front,' a 1941 oil painting that is one of hundreds of Nazi works kept locked away at Fort Belvoir in Virginia Among the chilling paintings is 'Der Bannertrager,' or the 'Standard Bearer,'...
    By Swati Pandey SYDNEY (Reuters) - South Australia officials said on Friday a "lie" led to the harshest coronavirus lockdown yet in the state as contact tracers were initially led to believe a man was infected with a highly contagious virus with a much shorter incubation period. In a shock announcement on Friday, South Australia state Premier Steven Marshall said the six-day strict lockdown would be lifted earlier-than-expected, at midnight on Saturday, as the virus was not as contagious as initially thought. Marshall reiterated it was still a "dangerous" cluster with 25 infections and about 4,500 close contacts in quarantine. HOW DID THE INFECTIONS BEGIN IN SOUTH AUSTRALIA? A security guard at a quarantine hotel, who also worked part-time at a pizza parlour, in the state capital of Adelaide, the Woodville Pizza Bar, was infected through a returned traveller from the UK. A second worker, not identified by the authorities by name, at another quarantine hotel in the city also became infected. Authorities said the man told contact tracers that he had only purchased a pizza from the same bar,...
    “The View” co-host Joy Behar said Thursday that she believes President Trump is “so evil” that he’s pleased with growing coronavirus cases and hospitalizations because President-elect Joe Biden will have to deal with the consequences. “It occurs to me that Trump is so evil, at this point, I really think he’s evil," Behar said. "I think he absolutely relishes the idea that things are getting worse and it’s going to be in Biden’s lap. I really think he likes that, that’s how sick he is.” Earlier in the segment Behar dismissed any chance that Trump supporters will wear masks and socially distance to help slow the spread of coronavirus. CORONAVIRUS LIVE UPDATES: GERMAN FIRM SAYS VACCINE CANDIDATE CAN BE STORED IN STANDARD FRIDGE “Trump voters have drunk the Kool-Aid, they’re not gonna listen. I mean, they went to those rallies without masks,” Behar said. “As far as people wearing masks, they’re not gonna do it.” The outspoken liberal added that Trump could simply ask supporters to wear a mask if he wanted to combat coronavirus but she doesn’t expect it to happen anytime...
    A former cosmetologist has defied one per cent odds of walking again after recovering from being locked in her own body. Brisa Alfaro, 39, was flying from her home in Southern California to a trade show in New York when she thought she suffered from what she thought was an allergic reaction.  But after rushing to hospital, doctors told Brisa, who was fit and healthy, was in fact suffering from a stroke.  Brisa Alfaro, 39, was flying from her home in Southern California to a trade show in New York when she thought she suffered from what she thought was an allergic reaction. She is pictured in hospital   After rushing to hospital, doctors told Brisa, who was fit and healthy, was in fact suffering from a stroke (pictured left) but she has now fully recovered and can walk again (right) She said: 'I suddenly started feeling really unwell on my way to work and I thought I was having an allergic reaction to something I had eaten. 'My face went extremely swollen, it was like I had...
    Director of National Intelligence John Ratcliffe has reviewed the classified intelligence from a 2018 Republican-led House Intelligence Committee report on Russian interference in the 2016 election. The trip to view the document, which criticized the analytic tradecraft in the 2017 Intelligence Community Assessment’s conclusions about Russian President Vladimir Putin’s motivations in 2016, was revealed amid a flurry of declassifications related to the Trump-Russia investigation and following public calls from President Trump and his Senate allies for more information to be made public. Trump even tweeted Tuesday night that he "fully authorized the total Declassification of any & all documents pertaining to the single greatest political CRIME in American History, the Russia Hoax. Likewise, the Hillary Clinton Email Scandal. No redactions!" Citing current and former officials, the New York Times reported on Friday that “some of the additional intelligence” that Ratcliffe, Trump, and Republican Rep. Devin Nunes of California “want to disclose” is “contained in secret documents based on” the House GOP intelligence report released in 2018 when Nunes was the chairman. The article said “the secret documents...
    Chris Hemsworth Says He Is Definitely Not Retiring from Marvel After Thor: Love and Thunder Cramers week ahead: This markets badly in need of another stimulus package Report: MLB has locked in four ballparks that would host games in proposed postseason bubble Major League Baseball has decided on which four ballparks will host League Division Series, League Championship Series and World Series game during its planned postseason bubble, ESPN’s Jeff Passan reported Friday. The American League bubble will be set up in Southern California, with Dodgers Stadium in Los Angeles hosting one ALDS and Petco Park in San Diego hosting the other ALDS and the entire. ALCS. The National League bubble will be held in Texas, with Minute Maid Park in Houston hosting one NLDS and Globe Life Field in Arlington hosting the other NLDS and the entire NLCS. As for the World Series, that would also be played exclusively at Globe Life Field. The newly added first round, which will feature eight best of three series, will be played at the home ballpark of the one through four...
    The 'Selling Sunset' star received a 'hot' comment from a 'DWTS' pro dancer. Selling Sunset star Chrishell Stause’s latest Instagram post provided an unintentional clue that she has joined the cast of Dancing with the Stars. One week after rumors swirled that the luxury realtor is in serious talks to compete on the 29th season of the ABC celebrity ballroom competition, she posted a new pic to social media that has fans convinced it’s a done deal. In the new photo shared to her social media page, Chrishell was pictured holding out a pair of shiny house keys. The gorgeous Netflix star was in total glam mode in a sequined dress, dangling earrings, and full makeup with her hair done for the gorgeous pose. In the caption to the pic, Chrishell wrote that handing over the keys to new homeowners is her favorite part of her job. She also asked fans what they would do if they worked for her the luxury real estate brokerage featured on Selling Sunset. One of the first comments to the post was a series...
    Coronavirus — The Xunta de Galicia has ordered the closure of the A Mariña (Lugo) area due to the outbreak detected in the municipalities of Xove, Foz and Burelawhere there is already more than one hundred infected people. The measure will be activated this Monday, will last for five days and you will not be able to enter or leave the region except for justified causes, such as commuting to the workplace. The closure of the region It will affect about 70,000 people, 21% of the population of the province of Lugo, and 14 municipalities: O Vicedo, Ourol, Viveiro, Xoce, Cervo, O Valadouro, Burela, Foz, Alfoz, Barreiros, Mondoñedo, Lourenza, Ribadeo and Trabada. In addition to limiting mobility, The capacity of hotel establishments is also reduced (it goes from 75% to 50%). Also, the closing time is set for twelve at night and You can only perform table service during these five days, once again the bar service of bars, restaurants and cafeteria is prohibited. In addition, the use of the mask inside will be mandatory and can only be...
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