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    MANDEL NGAN/AFP via Getty Images President Joe Biden tore into Republicans at a small private DNC fundraiser, ripping the threat of “blood in the streets” if former President Donald Trump is criminally indicted. On Thursday afternoon, the president spoke to a small gathering of around 40 people at the home of Henry Laufer and Marsha Laufer, during which he took aim at “MAGA Republicans” as has become his habit. The chunk included a reference to threats of varying explicitness — from the likes of Sen. Lindsey Graham and Trump himself — if Trump is charged: And one of the things that I think is really important is that — you know, the press is here, and they sometimes, legitimately — legitimately criticize me a lot, legitimately. But one of the things they talk about — when I talk about MAGA Republicans, I’m not just talking about Trump, I’m talking about those folks who have a different view of how the institutions should function. They’re very much up for grabs right now, the institutions — whether or not the Supreme Court...
    More On: justin bieber Alex Rodriguez spent ‘low-key’ birthday with Justin and Hailey Bieber Usher gives update on Justin Bieber’s health after Ramsay Hunt diagnosis Justin and Hailey Bieber make out in Idaho amid his Ramsay Hunt recovery Best star snaps of the week: Suit up for summer with Kendall Jenner and more The Biebers showed they don’t have to go matchy-matchy with their couple style. Justin Bieber and his wife, Hailey, headed to Kendall Jenner’s 818 Tequila event at SoHo House in Malibu last week, and the two looked as if they were heading to separate parties in their drastically different outfits. The “Ghost” singer went super casual in sweats and denim, wearing a gray hoodie ($150) and mustard baseball cap from his apparel brand, Drew House. He paired the sweatshirt with blue sneakers and light-wash frayed jeans that were so baggy he had to hold them up as he walked. On the other hand, Hailey went glam for their night out, choosing a trendy black...
    A TEENAGER was killed after being hit and ran over by two different vehicles in an “intentional” hit-and-run outside of a party. The death happened early Sunday morning at a party in South Los Angeles that included at least 150 people, said police. 4Matthew Lobos, 17, was killed in an intentional hit-and-run early Sunday morning, said policeCredit: Lobos Family 4Police believe the hit stemmed from a dispute at a party with over 100 guestsCredit: KTLA A suspect driving noticed an unattended parked vehicle that had its engine still running outside of a home, said Officer Norma Eisenman of the LAPD The suspect left his car and entered the unattended vehicle and drove away followed by another suspect. Both of them drove a short distance before turning around and going back to the party, said Eisenman. That’s when one of the suspects intentionally struck the 17-year-old, identified as Matthew Lobos. READ MORE CRIMEHORRIFYING DEATH Woman found dead after being bitten 'by pack of dogs more than 100 times'TRAGIC CLUES Seven chilling details in case of missing teen Kiely Rodni after 'body...
    (CNN)Joe Biden is no more or less capable a president than he was two months ago. His staff is no more or less competent.But suddenly, images of Biden as a feeble septuagenarian atop a mismanaged White House have given way to those of an experienced leader, smiling behind aviator sunglasses, whose battle-tested team has delivered on a range of national priorities. A winning streak does that for you.It has not happened because of a strategy shift or staff shakeup, though at low points allies wanted him to take those ritual steps. It's been a combination of good luck, skill and persistence by a president and Democratic Party determined to act unilaterally where Republicans wouldn't and strike compromises where Republicans would.Gas prices, which wounded Biden when they spiked, have declined for two months. The President didn't cause either movement. But the turn of fortune has relieved some of the inflation pressures that remain his single largest political problem.Late last month, weather conditions cleared the way for a CIA drone to kill al Qaeda leader Ayman al-Zawahiri on the balcony of his...
    THERE is always some grumbling when a small group of people get to choose the next Prime Minister.  In recent days 357 Tory MPs have decided who should make it to the final two candidates. 5As Chancellor of the Exchequer, Sunak was responsible for one of the biggest spending splurges in modern British historyCredit: Getty 5Liz Truss can appeal to the grassroots by attacking Rishi for huge debt and stagnation in growthCredit: George Cracknell Wright/LNP And now around 180,000 Conservative Party members are going to decide which of the two candidates put forward should be party leader and therefore Prime Minister. People complain about this situation. But unless you want to radically change the party and voting systems then they’re what we’re stuck with. Flaws and all. But the Conservative Party has some big problems of its own. Obviously the first one is whether to elect Rishi Sunak or Liz Truss. READ MORE FROM DOUGLAS MURRAYDOUGLAS MURRAY There is a war on the West - our most basic principles are in great dangerDOUGLAS MURRAY Arrogant Sturgeon wants...
    In 2014, Stevin John donned spectacles and suspenders to post his first video as Blippi, a phenomenon that’s grown to 37 million YouTube subscribers and a billion views per month. The touring stage version of “Blippi: The Musical” visits the historic National Theatre in D.C. for a pair of shows Saturday at 2 p.m. and 6 p.m. “Blippi is a fun, interactive, family-friendly YouTube sensation that blew up,” Dance Captain Maci Bass told WTOP. “Now there’s tons of Blippi content out there, including our musical that’s traveled the country and other places as well.” Parents and children will enjoy a fun storyline throughout the show. “We’re all working together to have a big party,” Bass said. “There’s a big party machine that Blippi introduces to all of his fans. He calls on his friend, Mo the Mechanic, to see if she can help him fix the party machine so that everyone can have a party.” The on-stage action is complemented by a giant video display, and best of all, you’ll hear all of your favorite Blippi songs, including the theme...
    MILLIONS of us are frantically hunting bunting for Platinum Jubilee street parties being held all over the country during next week’s four-day Bank Holiday. But for the lucky residents of five streets, staging a jubilee jamboree will no longer be a headache – because they are the winners of our brilliant Sun street party competition. 7Millions of Brits will mark the Queen's Platinum Jubilee by throwing a right royal knees-upCredit: Reuters 7Residents of Dumfries Street, Treorchy are one of the winning streets receiving vouchers to help them celebrate the Queen's Platinum JubileeCredit: Huw Evans We teamed up with Iceland and The Food Warehouse to give away five prizes of £2,000 so the winners could buy everything they need for their royal knees-up, including food, booze, table settings and, of course, bunting. Mike Ridley reveals our five winners – who are now streets ahead getting ready for the big weekend . . . Worcester THE patriotic people of Pinkett Street love a right royal knees-up. Since the Queen’s coronation in 1953 these locals have organised TEN royal parties in their road...
    TEEN Mom fans have been thinking Jade Cline got her Brazilian butt lift reduced as the star looks different in a rare unfiltered photo. A photo of Jade from behind the scenes at Briana DeJesus' wild party surfaced on the internet. 5Teen Mom fans thought Jade Cline had her Brazilian butt lift reducedCredit: Instagram 5Jade underwent a 'painful' BBL procedure in January 2021Credit: Instagram Jade, 24, attended the big bash wearing a skin-tight sparkly pink dress to flaunt her curves - or lack thereof, according to some fans. A photo of Jade dancing at the party surfaced on Reddit. In the unfiltered snap, the star is dancing in her skin tight dress which she paired with pink flat sandals. But some fans had something to say about her previous plastic surgery procedures, including her Brazilian butt lift. Read More on Jade ClineGIRL'S NIGHT Teen Mom Jenelle twerks in a mini dress at Briana's wild court victory partyWOAH, JADE Teen Mom Jade shows off curves in a low-cut swimsuit after plastic surgery Although one fan commented: "I don't think Jade's BBL...
    President Joe Biden slammed Republicans during a speech, singling out Sen. Ted Cruz  and the Kevin McCarthy audio as he told the crowd “These guys are a different breed of cat.” The president gave remarks on Earth Day at the signing of “An Executive Order Strengthening the Nation’s Forests, Communities, and Local Economies at Seward Park in Seattle, Washington Friday afternoon. During the speech, Biden sounded a note he has struck several times this week, blasting Republicans as different from the ones he used to be able to make deals with, and citing audio proving McCarthy lied about privately calling for then-President Donald Trump‘s ouster over the Jan. 6 insurrection: Look, you talk about, you know, a couple — there’s only two senators that occasionally don’t vote with me. That’s right, right? (Laughter.) Literally, 48 — they talk about the split in the Democratic Party. There’s virtually no split in the Democratic Party. We just happen to have 50 presidents. (Laughter.) You know, you have 50 senators and 50 Democrats and 50 Republicans. I mean, any one can change the...
    President Joe Biden tore into the GOP as the 'MAGA party' following the release of an explosive tape of House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy in the days after the Capitol riot, termed a party dominated by figures like Ted Cruz as a 'different breed of cat.' The president referenced newly revealed audiotapes of McCarthy (R-Calif.) fuming about Trump and claiming he admonished the former president in a private phone call. One excerpt has McCarthy claiming that Trump 'told me he does have some responsibility for what happened.' 'I've had it with this guy. What he did is unacceptable,' McCarthy can be heard telling fellow House leaders in a leaked tape of the call published by authors Jonathan Marin and Alexander Burns. 'This ain't your father's Republican Party – not not a joke. All you got to do is look what has been played this morning about the tape that was released,' Biden said. 'This ain't your father's Republican Party,' said President Joe Biden Friday, alluding to leaked tapes of House Minority Leader Rep. Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif.) Then he paused. 'Anyway. You know,...
    Two people were killed and numerous others injured after shoots rang out during a party Sunday morning in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. WTAE noted police were alerted to shots fired about 12:30 a.m. and arrived at a rental property where a party was allegedly being held. Police found rifle and pistol casings and set up “as many as eight crime scenes spanning a few blocks in the area.” WTAE’s Jim Madalinsky quoted police saying, “The initial investigation reveals a large party was being held at the short-term rental property, with as many as 200 people in attendance, many of them underage.” Shots were fired inside and outside the rental property. CBS News reported that 11 people were shot and two of them, both juveniles, succumbed to their wounds. AWR Hawkins is an award-winning Second Amendment columnist for Breitbart News and the writer/curator of Down Range with AWR Hawkins, a weekly newsletter focused on all things Second Amendment, also for Breitbart News. He is the political analyst for Armed American Radio and a Turning Point USA Ambassador. Follow him on Instagram: @awr_hawkins. Reach him at [email protected] You can sign...
    Getty Dorit Kemsley is photographed in 2019. The twelfth season of “The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” is expected to premiere in 2022. Some of the show’s season 12 cast members, specifically Erika Jayne, Garcelle Beauvais, Sheree Zampino, Sanela Diana Jenkins, Kathy Hilton, Crystal Kung Minkoff, Dorit Kemsley, and Kyle Richards, were photographed while in attendance of the Elton John AIDS Foundation’s 30th Annual Academy Awards Viewing Party. On March 28, a Reddit user shared pictures from the March 27 event on the Bravo Real Housewives subreddit. The post featured solo shots of Kemsley, Zampino, and Beauvais. Other photos showed the “RHOC” co-stars posing together.  “The housewives of Beverly Hills attending the Oscar party,” read the caption of the post.  Read More From Heavy How You Can Help Ukraine: Verified Charities, GoFundMe & Ways to Support Ukrainians Several Reddit users flocked to the post’s comments section to share that they believed Kemsley looked different while posing at the party.  “Ugh I liked Dorit’s old face. I wish celebs would pick one and stick with it,” commented a Reddit user. ...
    FLORENCE, S.C. (AP) — Under pressure recently to prove her loyalty to Donald Trump, Rep. Nancy Mace traveled to New York to film a social media video outside Trump Tower reminding her South Carolina constituents that she was one of the former president’s “earliest supporters.” Facing similar scrutiny, Rep. Tom Rice has taken a different approach, quietly winding through rural stretches of his congressional district to remind voters of his work securing federal relief for frequent — often disastrous — flooding, and of his advocacy for agricultural improvements. Lifelong Republicans representing neighboring congressional districts in one of the most reliably GOP states in the U.S., Mace and Rice are unlikely players in the fierce debate over the future of their party. But they’re both facing spirited primary challenges this summer from Trump-backed rivals that could signal the former president’s grip on the party as he weighs another White House bid. The primary is June 14. The focus on Mace and Rice could intensify Saturday when Trump holds a rally in Florence, South Carolina, with their primary rivals. He’s almost certain...
    Getty Images Lala Kent's face looks different in new pic. Lala Kent was in attendance at the Sports Illustrated Super Bowl party that took place on Sunday, February 13, 2022. The “Vanderpump Rules” star wore Italian designer Oceanus to the event, sporting the brand’s Marina Dress, which retails for approximately $750, according to the Oceanus website. The lilac-hued minidress showcases two Orca whales leaping out of the ocean on the front, and features “all over crystal embroidery.” Kent seemed to choose the piece for the event as it was a way for her to give a nod to her daughter, Ocean. “Taking [the] Ocean with me everywhere I go,” Kent captioned her Instagram post. It didn’t take long for fans to fill up the comments section with feedback for the reality star. And while some people commented on Kent’s dress of choice, others felt that she looked very different in one of the photos that she chose to share from the evening. Here’s what you need to know:Fans Criticized the First Picture in Kent’s Post, Many Saying That...
    On Friday, February 4, the Republican National Committee passed a resolution to censure Rep. Liz Cheney of Wyoming and Rep. Adam Kinzinger of Illinois, both conservative Republicans, for their participation in House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s select committee on the January 6, 2021 insurrection. And in Texas, two right-wing GOP senators, Sen. John Cornyn and Sen. Ted Cruz, have had very different responses to that resolution. The RNC’s resolution characterized Cheney and Kinzinger as attacking “legitimate political discourse,” and Cornyn (who was reelected in 2020) criticized the RNC’s messaging as problematic. The leaders of the Republican Party have made themselves willing hostages to a man who admits he tried to overturn a presidential election and suggests he would pardon Jan. 6 defendants, some of whom have been charged with seditious conspiracy. (1/2) — Liz Cheney (@Liz Cheney) 1643938091 My statement on the RNC censure. I am now even more committed to fighting conspiracies and lies:pic.twitter.com/NzKK2s2kkC — Adam Kinzinger (@Adam Kinzinger) 1643941871 Dallas Morning News reporter John J. Gillman quotes Cornyn as saying that on January 6, 2021, “People saw what...
    (CNN)Democrats are substantially tamping down their ambitions after failing to pass their top priorities, turning their attention to keeping the lights on and passing narrowly targeted legislation while scrambling to salvage aspects of their sprawling economic agenda.In the past month, Democrats failed to pass a $1.75 trillion bill strengthening the social safety net and a second bill expanding access to the ballot box across the country -- unable to overcome the steadfast opposition of Democratic Sen. Joe Manchin of West Virginia in the 50-50 Senate.While the Democrats' bill to rewrite voting and elections laws is dead for the year after Senate Republicans blocked it on Wednesday night, and Senate Democrats failed to eliminate the filibuster that allows their opponents to stop it, they are now discussing targeted changes to make it harder to overturn a presidential election when a joint session of Congress meets to count electoral votes.Democratic leaders in Congress are now reduced to hoping that they can pass what President Joe Biden labeled as "chunks" of his Build Back Better bill."We have negotiated for five months. It has...
    Former Senator Claire McCaskill (D-MO) tore in Rep. Nancy Mace (R-SC) on Monday, calling her a “political hack” for recent comments she made sending two very different messages about Covid-19 safety in two different interviews – one on Fox News and the other on CNN. “She goes on Fox News and says, oh, ‘natural immunity, we have natural immunity,’ and then she goes on CNN and says, I’m all for vaccines,” McCaskill said of Mace in a discussion with MSNBC’s Nicolle Wallace. “I mean, what a political hack, with no soul,” McCaskill continued, pulling no punches in her criticism of Mace. “She’s saying different things depending on which audience she’s speaking to. That kind of irresponsibility is getting people killed,” McCaskill added in her critique of the Republican Party. “And that’s what I cannot understand, how this party can be righteously indignant about ‘life’ and then be a party that is anxious to throw away science when it can save your life.” Wallace agreed, saying, “I mean, Claire, that’s a brutal but fair takedown of someone who goes on one...
    Turkeys are some of the most misunderstood animals around. These majestic birds are incredibly intelligent and social beings. They love nothing more than a good snuggle with their caretakers and have been known to purr when they are happy. Not to mention they have been known to memorize geography and are fantastic parents and friends to one another. Despite all their awesome traits, turkeys are often overlooked and viewed as nothing more than food.  Thanksgiving day plays a huge role in the perpetuation of this idea – after all, what would the dinner table look like without a massive turkey on it? Well, not everyone thinks this way. In fact, at Woodstock Farm Sanctuary, they celebrate turkeys with the Thanksliving gala, instead. This special event celebrates the lives of turkeys and recognizes that the way to show true gratitude is through compassion. “Every year, 46 million turkeys are killed for the Thanksgiving holiday alone,” said Shelter Director Kathy Keefe. “Today, we celebrate our rescued turkeys and the 350 animals at the Sanctuary who are spared from this horrible fate. Turkeys are sensitive,...
    On Friday’s “PBS NewsHour,” New York Times columnist David Brooks said Democrats have allowed themselves to get on the wrong side of education, even though “It’s a no-brainer” that “you’ve got to show you have room for all kinds of views in your party on that and you’re not some tool of the left.” Brooks stated that the issue is “are people from outside, or are certain teacher or education schools imposing values that we don’t agree with on us and imposing them on our kids?” He added, “And how the Democrats let themselves get on the wrong side of that issue is a bit of a mystery to me. It’s a no-brainer that people have very diverse views on gender and all this stuff. And you’ve got to show you have room for all kinds of views in your party on that and you’re not some tool of the left.” Follow Ian Hanchett on Twitter @IanHanchett
    Ardern's plan was sharply criticized by the Māori Party, a minority political party in New Zealand. Officials within the party compared the plan to "Squid Game," the hit Netflix show where contestants compete in games and the losers are executed. Less than 70% of New Zealand's eligible population is currently vaccinated, Reuters reported.
    Andrew Harnik/AP Fight disinformation. Get a daily recap of the facts that matter. Sign up for the free Mother Jones newsletter.When Mother Jones reported on Wednesday that Sen. Joe Manchin (D-W. Va.) had told associates he was considering quitting the Democratic Party and had a specific plan on how to do so, he told Capitol Hill reporters the article was “bullshit.” He was wrong. The sourcing was impeccable. Now he has shifted his stance and come up with a cover story—and that, too, is inaccurate. In an interview with The Hill‘s Steve Clemons, who is a personal friend of Manchin (and of mine, too), Manchin said of the Mother Jones article, “What he reported is simply untrue… I’m not threatening to leave. Why would I? I’m very secure in my positions and honestly, I’m not the one stressed out.” Clemons writes: “What is true,” Manchin told The Hill, “is that I have told the president, Chuck Schumer, and even the whole Caucus that if it is ‘embarrassing’ to them to have a moderate, centrist Democrat in the mix and if it would...
    PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — Three weeks from Tuesday, voters will go to the polls to elect county, municipal and school officials. But it is a statewide race for the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania that is attracting a lot of attention. READ MORE: Eric Kortz, Man Accused Of Shooting, Killing Postal Worker Appears Before Federal Judge In Preliminary HearingPennsylvania elects its judge, and they run with a party label even though they won’t talk about political issues. But at a time when the judiciary is drawn into all sorts of hot-button issues, political insiders say party matters more than ever. Like most judges, Judge Maria McLaughlin, a Democrat, would rather talk about how her life experiences shaped her. “If anybody asks me what has molded me the most in my life, it is always my time as a single mother,” McLaughlin said. Judge Kevin Brobson, a Republican, would also prefer to talk family. “I’m a dad,” Brobson said. “I have three beautiful children. My daughter’s a senior at Seton Hill University.” But the court is now five to two Democratic, and...
    CHICAGO — Chicago’s favorite party aunt is coming to Netflix next week with a show that will star the Twitter account’s raunchy and frank humor — and Chicago itself.RelatedChicago Party Aunt Is Getting Her Own Netflix Show With RuPaul, Lauren Ash — And It’s ‘A Love Letter To’ The CityChris Witsake, who stepped out of the shadows as the formerly anonymous @chipartyaunt account’s creator this summer, said his animated “Chicago Party Aunt” Netflix series is meant to be a love letter to Chicago. Block Club Chicago spoke with the show’s lead actors and creators, many of whom are from or have lived in the city, about what viewers can expect once the show drops on Netflix Sept. 17.  The show centers around Diane Dunbrowski, a middle-aged woman who lives in Wrigleyville and is a proud Chicagoan and diehard Cubs fan. Viewers will watch her navigate an increasingly wacky life and see how she solves the challenges thrown at her with her eccentric ways.  Dunbrowski’s nephew, Daniel, moves in after deciding to take a gap year before going to Stanford. Though...
    Former Secretary of State Mike Pompeo told Maria Bartiromo on ‘Sunday Morning Futures’ that we will live in a ‘very different world’ if the Chinese government celebrates their 200th anniversary, arguing the Chinese Communist Party presents ‘the single greatest threat’ to the U.S. MIKE POMPEO: The Chinese Communist Party presents the single greatest threat to the United States of America from external forces, bar none. We need to mount a sustained, serious campaign to push back against them. This is doable. NORTH KOREA, CHINA LEADERS VOW GREATER COOPERATION IN FACE OF FOREIGN HOSTILITY: REPORT We don't want to live in a world dominated by the Chinese Communist Party. And when you hear Xi Jinping make threats like that, threats to the people on Taiwan, this requires resolve, strength, deterrence from America and American leadership has to be there. I hope President Biden will take that up. CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD THE FOX NEWS APP The administration needs to do more than just respond to the genocide that we declared. They need to begin to confront them in a serious way and...
    Former pharmacist sent to prison for sabotaging vaccine; India surge finally eases: Live COVID-19 updates Biden preps for first foreign trip as president, summit with Putin As an alternative to Sharding in Retail, Blizzard introduced something called Layers to World of Warcraft Classic. © Provided by Dot Esports The system, created especially for Classic and Burning Crusade Classic, helps to combat high server populations by splitting each realm into multiple layers. When a layer hits its population cap—which is in the thousands—a new layer is created.  This prevents lag and gives players more room to breathe, level up in peace, and quest without the added strain of having to compete for mobs. But with this system comes exploits, including so-called “Layer Hopping.” This is when players intentionally join a group to access a different layer, unlocking a new world. The benefits of this exploit are generally harmless, though. Players can avoid the opposite faction, find a particular quest mob, or scout for resources like herbs and ore.   The Nova World Buffs addon helps to make laying hopping that much...
    This bride just wants to make sure everyone is on the same page.  That’s why she decided to actually write out the costs and time commitments that she expected of her bridesmaids. TikTok user Lisa, with the username @lisalovesrandom, posted a video earlier this week explaining the "transparency letter" she wrote to her bridesmaids.  Lisa appears to have made the clip in response to another TikTok video, where the person wrote: "When you agree to be a bridesmaid without realizing it’ll cost 3 whole paychecks and every second of your PTO for the year." PRINCESS DIANA’S WEDDING DRESS GOES ON DISPLAY AT KENSINGTON PALACE After showing that initial clip, the video cuts to Lisa, who said she was going to offer "a tip that I used to be more transparent with my bridal party."@lisalovesrandom##stitch with @stephanieberman7 I was scared to have a ##transparency letter in the ##bridesmaidproposalbox but it WORKED OUT. ##wedding ##weddingtiktok ♬ original sound - Lisa ???? First, Lisa explained that before she got engaged, she had been a bridesmaid, but wasn’t aware of how much it was going to cost, or what exactly the bride...
    (CBS Local)– Queens native Christopher Martin has been a music and entertainment icon ever since he and Christopher Reid sprung onto the scene as Kid ‘n Play in the late 1980s and early 1990s. Martin & Reid starred in three House Party movies and put together several hit albums. Today, Martin is an actor in the new BET+ show “Bigger” and recently released a new documentary called “And iDanced” about dancers from hip hop and R&B music videos from the 80s and 90s. CBS Local’s DJ Sixsmith caught up with Martin to talk about his childhood in New York, how he and Reid became Kid ‘n Play and his new documentary. READ MORE: Colorado Restaurant Association Survey Reveals 90% Of Businesses Struggling To Hire Staff “Going to the block parties and hanging out with your friends was to get away from sometimes not such a feel good situation,” said Martin. “At that time in the late 80s and the early 90s, we were dealing with the financial crisis, afterschool programs and music programs were taken away and we found a way...
    AFTER a year out of the spotlight, celebrities let loose as they enjoyed a night off social-distancing and wearing masks at this year's Brit Awards. But despite the relaxed rules following strict testing before the event, it was still a dramatically different ceremony in comparison to previous years. Read our Brit Awards 2021 blog for the latest news and updates 7Host Jack Whitehall entertained the celebrities, crowd and viewersCredit: ITV As the camera panned around London's O2, the stars were spread out on tiny tables. Usually they're seen boozing in huge groups of ten or more - but even the Little Mix trio were split up and put on separate tables of two. It meant there was limited contact between all the singers as they watched the ceremony hosted by Jack Whitehall. And the typical boozy wrap party has been banned - with stars forced to go home as soon as the ceremony ended at half past ten. 7There were only two people per tableCredit: ITV 7Everyone was spaced outCredit: ITV Meanwhile the crowd - made up of keyworkers - was...
    Savannah Rychcik May 6, 2021 0 Comments Rep. Liz Cheney (R-Wyo.) says “the Republican Party is at a turning point” and it must decide “whether we are going to choose truth and fidelity to the Constitution.” In an op-ed published by The Washington Post on Wednesday evening, Cheney questioned whether Republicans are going to join Trump’s “crusade to delegitimize and undo the legal outcome of the 2020 election” or follow the rule of law. “Trump is seeking to unravel critical elements of our constitutional structure that make democracy work — confidence in the result of elections and the rule of law. No other American president has ever done this,” Cheney wrote. Touching on conservative values, Cheney continued, “The most conservative of conservative values is reverence for the rule of law. Each of us swears an oath before God to uphold our Constitution.” Cheney noted “the electoral college has spoken” and more than 60 state and federal courts, along with multiple Trump-appointed judges have denied Trump’s arguments about the election and refused to overturn the results of the...
    Tuesday on FNC’s “The Story,” Rep. Jim Jordan (R-OH) said House Republican Conference chair Rep. Liz Cheney (R-WY) would likely lose that post in coming weeks when House Republicans return to Washington when the U.S. House of Representatives is back in session. Cheney, who has been an outspoken critic of former President Donald Trump and other GOP causes, staved off one vote to oust her from the Conference chair post. However, Jordan said he anticipates this time to be different. “It’s tough to be the spokesperson for your party, for your conference when you disagree with where 90% of your party and the conference is. So I do think there’s going to be a change. I was for making a change three months ago. There was a vote, and that didn’t prevail. Since that time, I’ve said we should be focused on the crazy things that the Democrats are doing, all their left-wing agenda and their spending, and so forth. But unfortunately, our conference chair wants to continue to talk about things that aren’t, I think, in the best interest...
    Tarek El Moussa and Heather Rae Young celebrated their love with an "intimate" engagement party. On Saturday evening, the couple gathered with family and close friends at the restaurant, Louie's by the Bay, in Newport Beach, Calif., where the pair first met in July 2019. "@Heatherraeyoung and I wanted tonight to be intimate- surrounded by our family and close friends," El Moussa, 39, shared on his Instagram Story. The "Flip or Flop" star's two kids — daughter Taylor, 10, and son Brayden, 5 — were in attendance. He shares them ex-wife, Christina Haack.  TAREK EL MOUSSA DETAILS MARRIAGE PROPOSAL TO HEATHER RAE YOUNG: 'I KNEW MY LIFE WOULD NEVER BE THE SAME' "Love of my life," El Moussa captioned an Instagram video of himself kissing Young, 33. "Last night was perfect. You could say I’m ready to #flipherlastname." He wore a classic black tux by Canali while she donned a white lace jumpsuit by Nadine Merabi. Meanwhile, the "Selling Sunset" star captioned her own video, "The most special night with the most special man... I can’t stop smiling." Tarek El Moussa (R) and Heather...
    Centrist: Two Police Shootings, Two Outcomes  The charging decisions in the police shootings of Daunte Wright in Minnesota and Ashli Babbitt in DC were announced within an hour of each other “with strikingly different conclusions,” observes Jonathan Turley at USA Today. While Babbitt was “at the forefront of a riot, there is no claim that she was threatening any officer or possible person with serious bodily injury or death,” but the Department of Justice declined to prosecute. Meanwhile, a jury will have to decide “whether a possible split-second mistake legally constitutes a conscious choice of an officer” in the Wright case. Neither shooting appears justified, “yet in one case, an officer is charged, and in the other, the officer is cleared.” These cases “capture the uncertain line” of when “mistakes or errors by police are criminal matters,” but “the Babbitt decision leaves more questions than answers.”  From the right: The Critical-Theory Ambassador  “The US ambassador to the United Nations is supposed to speak for American values and interests,” but new envoy Linda Thomas-Greenfield’s recent remarks indicate she “is going...
    Former President Donald Trump will float the possibility of a different candidate running for the Republican Party’s 2024 presidential nomination during a Saturday night donor event, according to prepared remarks obtained by the Associated Press. The message outlined in his prospective remarks for an invitation-only RNC gathering at Mar-a-Lago underscores the unity within the party, but the former president is “famously known to go off script,” the AP report noted. “We are gathered tonight to talk about the future of the Republican Party — and what we must do to set our candidates on a course to victory.” @AP obtains Donald Trump’s prepared remarks he plans to give to GOP donors tonight in a closed-door speech. https://t.co/cP4uo17rnX — The Associated Press (@AP) April 10, 2021 “We are gathered tonight to talk about the future of the Republican Party — and what we must do to set our candidates on a course to victory,” Trump’s prepared remarks read, according to AP. “I stand before you this evening filled with confidence that in 2022, we are going to take back the...
    MSNBC host Ari Melber claimed Wednesday the GOP is in panic mode because President Biden has managed to rally quite a few "Biden Republicans" to his side, comparing the current White House occupant to former President Ronald Reagan in that regard. Melber suggested Biden has as much ability to unite lawmakers as Reagan, who was nicknamed The Great Communicator, but leading Republicans scoffed at the comparison. "Could Biden be to the Republican Party what Reagan was to the Democratic Party? A leader who found a way to build a following with some of the other party's voters, regardless of the D.C. politicians?" Melber asked on his program Wednesday night. BIDEN 'TORCHED HIS MESSAGE OF UNITY' IN PRESS CONFERENCE REMARK ABOUT TRUMP AND 2024: POLLSTER The host mused Biden and the Democrats are adopting the "Reagan Playbook." Congressional Republicans wondered where Melber and others are finding Biden's so-called party unity. "The only bipartisanship President Biden has inspired is against his far left progressive agenda," Sen. Marsha Blackburn, R-Tenn., said in a statement provided to Fox News. "There was zero Republican support for the Biden Blue State Bailout and...
    Google is rolling out the developer trial for its Federated Learning of Cohorts technology — otherwise known as FLoC, or, in the world of third-party cookies, Death Itself. FLoC is a replacement for third-party cookies that gathers data based on the behavior of groups of internet users (called cohorts) in order to generate relevant online ads, rather than tracking an individual’s browsing history. “With FLoC, your browser determines which cohort corresponds most closely to your recent web browsing history, grouping you with thousands of other people who have similar browsing histories,” Google Privacy Sandbox Product Manager Marshall Vale wrote. “The identification number of the cohort is the only thing provided when requested by a site. This is different from third-party cookies, which allow companies to follow you individually across different sites.” The trial is live for a small percentage of users in Australia, Brazil, Canada, India, Indonesia, Japan, Mexico, New Zealand, Philippines and the US. Anyone who’s blocked third-party cookies in the current version of Chrome won’t have access to the initial test. This is all part of Google’s...
    There are political careers that are parallel even though they have a different ending. Irene Lozano and Toni Cantó are two examples of this. Although his journey in the institutions has not ended, both will be adversaries in Madrid after sharing acronyms in UPyD. They were part of the magenta formation, and with the dissolution of this they undertook different paths that now somehow intersect in the face of the 4-M elections. She, with Gabilondo. Him, with Ayuso. From teammates to rivals. The year 2015 was the one that changed everything. Lozano left the magenta formation to join the PSOE lists for the elections that month of June. Since then, she has become one of the most trusted people for Pedro Sánchez, and since he is president of the Government, the now candidate in Madrid She was first in charge of the leadership of Spain Global, after the motion of censure, and then as president of the Higher Sports Council, his last position at the national level. Now Lozano will have “one of the first positions” of the socialist list...
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