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    Getty Head coach Jacque Vaughn of the Brooklyn Nets cheers during the game against Los Angeles Lakers Kyrie Irving is in the middle of a contract year for the Brooklyn Nets, and because of that it is anticipated that they may seek to move on from their All-Star point guard. After the most recent drama surrounding Irving, Nets team governors Joe and Clara Wu Tsai briefly thought about waiving Irving. However, now it has been reported that the Nets have been looking to ‘move‘ Irving ahead of his contract expiring.  “Sources have told Hoops Wire the same — that the Nets would like to move Irving, but his trade value isn’t exactly at an all-time high right now. Quite the opposite.” Hoops Wire reported.  Could Kyrie Irving be Dealt to the Miami Heat? If the Nets are looking to trade their All-Star point guard, who recently returned from suspension, there may be a limited trade market due to the drama that seems to circle him. On November 23, Bleacher Report’s Greg Swartz shared a trade proposal linking Irving to the Miami Heat in...
    Jennifer Lopez has gone dark: the star has taken all of her old Instagram posts off her page. On Wednesday morning her 226M followers saw absolutely nothing from the 53-year-old Jenny From The Block singer whose handle is her nickname JLo. And the wife of Ben Affleck was no longer seen in her profile photo as instead there was only a black circle. Bye! Jennifer Lopez has gone dark: the star has taken all of her old Instagram posts off her page. On Wednesday morning her 226M followers saw absolutely nothing from the 53-year-old Jenny From The Block singer whose handle is her nickname JLo Nada here: And the wife of Ben Affleck was no longer seen in her profile photo as instead there was only a black circle J. Lo’s Twitter and TikTok accounts also have the black circle instead of a picture of her face. But on those platforms her posts have not been taken down.  She has 45.5 million Twitter followers. And Lopez also has 15.4 million TikTok followers.  When stars make this move, it usually means they are about...
    LOOKING to take you sex life to new heights? We all know the cowgirl but riding doesn’t need to be boring. The Klaxon sex position maybe just what you need. 1In the klaxon sex position the man lies on his back with his legs up and knees bent. And no we're not talking about a car or a horn. Though this move may leave you honking. In the klaxon sex position the man lies on his back with his legs up and knees bent. The woman uses the mans legs as a back rest rest whilst she leans back and rides on top. Read more sex storiesVE-RY SATISFYING What is the V for victory sex position and how does it work?WRESTLING BUDDIES What is the full nelson sex position and how do you perform it? You can hold each others arms for extra support. Make sure you’ve stocked up on energy, as this move requires the female to do all the work and control the motion. It's not for the faint hearted and best suited for the more energetic among...
    KOURTNEY Kardashian has seemingly made another move that has created more distance between herself and her famous family. The Hulu personality was the only Kardashian sister that did not attend the CFDA Awards in New York on Monday night. 5Kourtney was noticeably absent from the CFDA Fashion AwardsCredit: Hulu 5All of Kourtney's sisters, including Khloe and Kim attended the eventCredit: Rex Kim, Khloe, Kylie, Kendall and their mother Kris Jenner all made an appearance at the prestigious event. However, Kourtney was noticeably absent from any photos and appears to have remained in Los Angeles. On Monday evening, she simply posted a snap of her lush backyard and pool at her $9million Calabasas mansion. It's unclear whether the 43-year-old - who is married to Travis Barker - stayed at home to look after her three kids, Mason, 12, Penelope, 10, and Reign, seven. READ MORE KOURTNEY KARDASHIAN'RISE & MATCHA' Kourtney shows off huge backyard with pool and gorgeous view at $9M mansionLEMME COVER Kourtney Kardashian covers tummy for new Lemme ad as fans think she's pregnant Fans picked up on her noticeable absence and sounded off on a popular Kardashian...
    William and Harry will stand at the head and foot of the Queen's coffin in a special vigil on Saturday night with all eight of the monarch's grandchildren. The 15-minute ceremony will see the Duke of Sussex wear military uniform - which he didn't during Wednesday's funeral procession from Buckingham Palace to Westminster Hall - at King Charles III's request. It is considered the latest reconciliation move between the King and his son, whose relationship has become strained since Harry quit as a working royal. Their respective wives, Kate and Meghan, will not attend the vigil.  The other grandchildren will be in Morning Coat and Dark Formal Dress with Decorations.  The relatives, are 'very keen to pay their respects', sources say - just as their parents are doing the evening before.  The Prince of Wales will be flanked by Zara Tindall and Peter Philips; The Duke of Sussex by Princesses Beatrice and Eugenie, with Lady Louise and Viscount Severn at the middle of the coffin. William and Harry at the procession in central London on Wednesday  Princess Beatrice during Queen...
    (CNN)There's an exclusive club reserved for those who have scored 700 career home runs which just three players belong to -- Barry Bonds, Hank Aaron and Babe Ruth. And now, another man is closing in on that iconic group.Albert Pujols smashed his 695th career home run on Sunday and edged closer to the 700 HR landmark in the St. Louis Cardinals' 2-0 win against the Chicago Cubs. He is now just one home run shy of tying Alex Rodriguez for the fourth-most of all time.The 42-year-old reached the mark with a pinch-hit two-run blast in the bottom of the eighth inning to secure the win and also extended his all-time record of homering off 451 pitchers."As I was in the cage, [the commentator] said something [on the radio broadcast] like, 'It'd be amazing if Albert comes up and hits his last home run against the Cubs.' It happened," Pujols said after the game. "That's why I was smiling when I hit first base all the way until the home play because that was the last thing playing in my mind....
    FANS are all saying the same thing after Real Madrid star Casemiro broke down in tears during his farewell speech ahead of his move to Manchester United. The Brazilian midfielder said an emotional goodbye to the club he has been at since 2013. 3Casemiro is on his way to join Man Utd 3The Brazil star was visibly emotional in his farewell speech to Real Madrid 3His wife also cried As he begun to cry, fans saw the an opportunity to poke fun at his new club, one said: "Casemiro is crying because he has to move to Man Utd." The same comment was repeated by many: "Just found out he is going to United." Social media continued to react: "He's crying not because he's leaving Madrid. He's crying because he will have to play in midfield along with McFred." The banter kept coming, even United fans themselves joined in saying: "Can’t tell if he’s crying because he’s a class act or the fact that Harry Maguire will now captain him." READ MORE ON MAN UTDRED DEVILS LATEST Antony...
    Lance Lynn yelled in celebration after striking out Myles Straw for the final out of the fifth inning during Game 2 of Saturday’s doubleheader against the Cleveland Guardians at Guaranteed Rate Field. It was classic Lynn, who struck out the side. The outing was Lynn’s best in a season that was delayed after tearing a tendon in his right knee during a late spring training start. He allowed three hits, struck out six and walked one in six shutout innings. “The main thing is making sure that physically I stay strong in the second half and I’m able to stay mechanically where I need to be, because I created some bad habits trying to protect the knee,” Lynn said afterward. Lynn is the probable starter for the Sox on Friday as they begin a three-game series against the Oakland Athletics at Guaranteed Rate Field. It’s the continuation of a stretch of 19 consecutive games against teams with losing records that began Tuesday in Colorado. They split the two-game series at Coors Field, squandering a chance to gain ground in the...
    Nearly four in five Americans say Covid-19 is here to stay, and fewer are wearing masks than at any time since the start of the outbreak as the nation turns a page on the pandemic, a new survey reveals. Polling group Ipsos found that 78 percent of people agreed that we would 'never fully be rid of the coronavirus’ in their lifetimes, including majorities of Democrats, Republicans and those not affiliated with either party. Only 36 percent of Americans typically wear a mask outside their homes nowadays – the lowest number since the pandemic began in early 2020. Another 36 percent said they never masked up outdoors nowadays. Cliff Young, an Ipsos president, said economic issues were increasingly topping the agenda, with businesses trying to return to pre-pandemic normalcy and millions struggled with high gasoline and grocery prices amid runaway inflation. ‘People are focused on making ends meet,’ Young told Axios, which commissioned this week's survey of 1,155 adults. ‘The virus has become a part of day-to-day life, it’s just a given.’  The poll is the latest sign that Americans are increasingly...
    MANCHESTER UNITED are reportedly closing in on a deal for Frenkie de Jong, with Barcelona eyeing up a replacement. The Red Devils are desperate to sign De Jong, who is boss Erik ten Hag's No1 target. 2Frenkie de Jong is close to a move to Manchester UnitedCredit: Getty United have agreed a £56.2million fee with Barca, with Ten Hag convincing De Jong to make the move. The former Ajax boss has reportedly told the midfielder that he will be central to his plans, "conducting his orchestra". Barca have signed midfielder Franck Kessie from AC Milan, but still want to recruit another replacement for De Jong. According to Diario Sport, the Catalan side want to sign a player from United's Manchester rivals. Read More on FootballGET YOUR GOSS Salah had Chelsea lined up before Liverpool deal EXCLUSIVE - transfers live They claim that Barca are chasing a deal for City ace Bernardo Silva. It's added that Silva has made agent Jorge Mendes aware that he wants to play for Barcelona. City will reportedly ask for a fee of around £86m, at...
    BRIGHTON midfielder Yves Bissouma has seemingly issued a 'come-and-get-me-plea' to Arsenal after teasing a move to the Emirates. The 25-year-old is a reported target for the Gunners following an impressive season at the Amex Stadium where he helped the Seagulls finish ninth. 3Arsenal have been linked with a move to sign Brighton midfielder Yves BissoumaCredit: Getty 3Bissouma hinted that he is keen on a switch to the Emirates on his Instagram storyCredit: Instagram / @1rafc via @yves_bissouma 3Fans believe that Bissouma is begging for a switch to the Gunners this summerCredit: Instagram / @1rafc via @yves_bissouma Arsenal are long-term admirers of the Mali international having been heavily linked with a move for the player last year. And the ex-Lille ace, who has one year left on his contract at the Amex Stadium, is believed to still be on Mikel Arteta's radar as he looks to bolster his midfield. Leicester star Youri Tielemans is understood to be a key target, and Bissouma has fuelled speculation that both could be making the move to North London. Bissouma starred in Mali's 4-0 Africa...
    The mission, at least the regular-season challenge, is almost complete. And it might be over before they take the court again. With Tuesday night’s 144-115 victory over the Charlotte Hornets at FTX Arena, the Miami Heat need only one victory in their final two games to wrap up the No. 1 playoff seed in the Eastern Conference. And even that might not be necessary, the Heat potentially clinching in advance of Friday night’s return to the court, against the visiting Atlanta Hawks, pending the result of upcoming games for the Boston Celtics and Milwaukee Bucks. With assistant Chris Quinn guiding the Heat for a second consecutive game with coach Erik Spoelstra still in NBA health-and-safety protocols, the Heat found ample answers on a night Kyle Lowry was given off for rest, producing the second-highest scoring game in the franchise’s 34 seasons. The record remains 149 in a March 2018 double-overtime game. There were a career regular-season-high 35 points from Tyler Herro, 27 from Jimmy Butler, 22 from Bam Adebayo and 21 from Duncan Robinson. The 35 points from Herro tied...
    ROBERT LEWANDOWSKI wants to leave Bayern Munich to join Barcelona, according to reports. The striker's contract runs out in 2023, but Bayern are likely to cash in on him this summer. 1Lewandowski is keen on a move to BarcelonaCredit: Getty Lewandowski is known as one of the most prolific goal scorers in the world, so there has never been any shortage of interest for his signature. A number of clubs have been linked with a potential move including Arsenal and Atletico Madrid, but Barcelona are currently the frontrunners in the transfer race. And now, according to Spanish outlet Sport, Lewandowski has his heart set on a move to Camp Nou and will do everything in his power to make it happen. Talks between the 33-year-old's representatives and the club opened in January, and a three to four year deal has been mentioned. Read More in FootballFULL TIME Chelsea manager Thomas Tuchel splits from wife Sissi after 13 years of marriageFree bets! The best free bets and sign up offers available from our bookmaker partners The prospect of playing under Xavi...
    Torrance County Detention Facility in New Mexico In a possibly unprecedented move, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) watchdog has urged the “immediate removal” of all immigrants detained by Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) at the Torrance County Detention Facility in New Mexico, citing inhumane conditions meriting moving people jailed at the privately operated prison. “During our inspection, we found such egregious conditions in the facility that we are issuing this management alert to notify ICE,” the inspector general said on March 16. “We have determined that ICE must take immediate steps to address the critical facility staffing shortages and unsanitary living conditions that have led to health and safety risks for detainees at Torrance.” But ICE's reaction wasn’t to immediately move detainees from the CoreCivic facility. Oh no. It was to attack the integrity of the report, including accusing the inspector general’s office of staging photos. First, the urgent matter at hand: The findings merit emptying Torrance, which already has a history of abusing immigrants and their rights. The report said that investigators found “excessive and avoidable unsanitary conditions” risking both detained immigrants and staff,...
    Chinese-owned TikTok is frantically working to move all data it holds on US users to the US, and putting an American team in control, according to reports.  ByteDance, owner of the popular social video app, has launched Project Texas, which will also see an end to US employees reporting to its managers in Beijing.  Efforts to bring data to the US started a year ago, with thousands of TikTok staff  involved in the effort, including limiting access to the data from outside the US.   According to a BuzzFeed report, this is the way ByteDance has decided to handle concerns from US regulators that the Chinese government could use the app to access sensitive information on people living in the US. As well as moving data, a number of core TikTok systems, including those that check how viral a video has become, will be cloned and operated from the US for the first time, and so will the algorithm that power the 'For You' page recommendations.  Chinese-owned TikTok is frantically working to move all data it holds on US users to...
    Apple has paused all product sales in Russia in response to the Russian invasion of Ukraine. The move comes after Mykhailo Fedorov, Ukraine's digital minister, sent a letter to Apple CEO Tim Cook, pleading with him to suspend all sales and services in Russia, including the App Store. Apple confirmed on Tuesday that it was moving to halt Russian sales, which Fedorov said he hopes will infuriate younger Russians and motivate them to protest against the ongoing invasion of Ukraine.  Apple said in a statement: 'We are deeply concerned about the Russian invasion of Ukraine and stand with all of the people who are suffering as a result of the violence.'  Apple has paused all product sales in Russia in response to the Russian invasion of Ukraine. Pictured: Apple CEO Tim Cook 'We are supporting humanitarian efforts, providing aid for the unfolding refugee crisis, and doing all we can to support our teams in the region.' The company outlined a number of actions in response to the invasion, including stopping all exports into its sales channels in the country.  Apple Pay...
    Novak Djokovic's biographer claims the Serbian will now take his Covid-19 vaccination because he had to sit and watch Rafael Nadal win a record 21st Grand Slam at the Australian Open. Djokovic was kicked out of Australia earlier this year before the tournament where he was defending champion began. He arrived in the country to uproar after revealing he had a medical exemption to compete unvaccinated - which later emerged to be due to his claims he contracted the virus late last year.  He was in enforced hotel quarantine when Australia's border force cancelled his visa and he went to court trying to overturn their decision.  But it now appears that Nadal's victory, combined with other tournaments enforcing stricter rules regarding vaccination, could have changed his mind. His biographer Daniel Muksch appeared on Austrian TV channel ServusTV and said: 'What you hear from his environment, I think he's getting vaccinated. 'Maybe the final in Melbourne also contributed to that. Rafael Nadal's 21 is driving him, no question.'  Novak Djokovic (second left) was deported from Australia after a row that went to...
    As Lieutenant-Colonel Yuriy Trubachiov crunched thr-ough the thick snow, he pointed out to me the camera tower, the anti-tank moat, the mounds of shovelled earth and the razor-wire fences separating Ukraine from Russia. 'We're our country's first line of defence,' he told me. 'We're getting ready for all sorts of scenarios to ensure that we protect our borders.' This might seem a daunting task with huge numbers of Russian troops massing beyond the fields and forests in the distance and amid rapidly escalating talk of invasion – but the veteran border officer said his men are ready to repel Vladimir Putin's forces. 'We've been getting prepared for this moment for eight years. We knew it might come one day and we feel fully prepared.' In 2014, an attempt was made to capture the nearby city of Kharkiv when the Kremlin covertly backed separatists in the eastern region of Ukraine. But the forces were defeated and the country's former capital stayed loyal, unlike two other major cities in the Russian-speaking eastern regions. Now Ukraine's president Volodymyr Zelensky has warned that Russia...
    Lina Khan, nominee for Commissioner of the Federal Trade Commission (FTC), speaks during a Senate Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation confirmation hearing on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC, April 21, 2021.Saul Loeb | Pool | Reuters In the seven months since Lina Khan took over as chair of the Federal Trade Commission, there's been a cold war brewing between several of the largest technology companies and regulators. The question for 2022 is if it turns hot. Microsoft, Amazon and Alphabet announced more deals in 2021 than any other year in the past decade, according to data compiled by Dealogic. That pace of deals signals they're trying to get in front of an upcoming antitrust crackdown — or they don't believe Khan and other regulators will be able to make a strong enough court case that acquisitions should be blocked. Khan, who assumed the top job at the FTC last June, hasn't been shy about suggesting her agency aggressively enforce antitrust policy. She's already filed an amended complaint against Facebook claiming its acquisitions of Instagram and WhatsApp contributed to its...
    Sen. Kyrsten Sinema (D-AZ) said she will not vote to change the filibuster during a floor speech on Thursday. The freshman senator has made her opposition to such a move clear in the past, but some Democrats hoped that Sinema would be open to a carve out in order to pass voting rights legislation. President Joe Biden delivered a speech in Atlanta on Tuesday and urged passage of the John Lewis Voting Rights Advancement Act and the Freedom to Vote Act. The House passed a hybrid version of the bills on Thursday morning. It will now move to the 50-50 Senate, where it is all but dead on arrival thanks to the 60-vote threshold required for passage. Sinema’s speech came just before Biden headed to Capitol Hill to meet with Senators to convince filibusterphiles to vote to lower the vote threshold for his voting rights agenda. The White House was reportedly blindsided by the move. Im her remarks, Sinema stated that she supports the votings rights bills, but said that “while I continue to support these bills, I will not...
    Getty Harrison Barnes While the Chicago Bulls have played above most everyone’s expectations this season, they will still likely need to add a power forward if they hope to be a serious contender in the postseason. There are some low-risk additions the team could make, but in actuality, the kind of move that really figures to move the needle will cost Chicago some valuable assets. One such move was suggested by Forbes’ Morten Jensen. He believes the Bulls should go “all-in” in pursuit of a power forward even if that means trading away promising young, but injured forward Patrick Williams.  Jensen’s feasible, but scary trade concept has the Bulls sending Williams and Derrick Jones Jr’s expiring deal to the Sacramento Kings for Harrison Barnes and perhaps Jahm’ius Ramsey.  Barnes is a 29-year-old veteran capable of playing both forward positions. He has won an NBA championship, shoots the three well and is a quality character guy. He would appear to be an ideal fit on a team like the Bulls. However, does Chicago really want to watch Williams grow...
    ATLANTA (AP) — Atlanta was stripped of baseball’s All-Star Game over the summer, but it has the World Series now. And Republicans are gloating. The moment the Braves clinched the National League pennant Saturday, Republicans began dunking on Major League Baseball and Democrats over July’s All-Star Game being yanked from Truist Park in protest over Georgia’s restrictive voting law. When the game was shifted to Denver, Republicans pilloried baseball and Democrats in a culture-war uprising that in part served to salve the Georgia GOP’s internal wounds. They claimed then that the loss of All-Star festivities would hurt low-wage workers and cost metro Atlanta’s economy, but economists say those claims were wildly inflated. Even some business owners who took part in Republican protests against the decision in April say they are now more focused on looking forward. Sandra Cook of Catered Southern Events does catering for several hotels in the area near Truist Park in suburban Cobb County. Cook, who appeared with Republican House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy at an event denouncing the game’s departure, said restaurants all over the region...
    Sen. Josh Hawley and His Wife Launch Podcast About Faith and Family to Show Another Side of Themselves The best strategies for college students to save money Every season, the NFL trade deadline gets enormous buzz about what could happen or what should happen, only to unfold into a story about what didn’t happen. After all the talk and speculation, it becomes less a practice in aggressive management and more about conservatively bypassing options. The Green Bay Packers are going to be an example this week. Even after the additions of Jaylon Smith and Whitney Mercilus, there is a larger opportunity on the table before the Nov. 2 trade deadline. It leans into Aaron Rodgers in a way that is undeniable, speaking louder than a contract extension. Not a deadline acquisition, but a reaffirmation by subtraction. That move would be trading Jordan Love. If Rodgers and the Packers can go out and beat the undefeated Arizona Cardinals on the road Thursday — in prime time and potentially without star wideout Davante Adams, no less — it should dispel any...
    NABIL FEKIR admits his failed move to Liverpool in the summer of 2018 was a 'dark moment' in his career. The France international - who at the time was plying his trade in his homeland - was on course to swap Lyon for Merseyside after Liverpool agreed a £50million deal for the midfielder. 3Nabil Fekir was set to join Liverpool in 2018 before the £53million move collapsedCredit: Reuters 3The France international ended up joining Real Betis 12 months laterCredit: Rex But the deal ended up collapsing, which paved the way for Fekir to join Real Betis 12 months later for a mere £17m. The failed move to Anfield devastated Fekir, who told The Times: "It was a dark moment. "I saw plenty of things which weren't true." Liverpool were reported to have ended their interest in Fekir due to concerns about the health of his right knee. That notion irked creative whizz, who added: "It was said the knee stopped me going to Liverpool but that wasn't true. "I went to Clairefontaine [France's football centre near Paris], and they...
    Pro-choice advocates (right) and anti-abortion advocates (left) rally outside of the Supreme Court, March 2, 2016, in Washington, D.C. Thirty-seven years ago, I wrote this editorial for Front Range Press (RIP) where I was editor/publisher at the time. The boldfacing did not appear in the original: Twenty years ago, after Barry Goldwater won the GOP presidential nomination, one of his statements — more than any other — was repeated by his opponents to pigeonhole him as a lunatic unfit for the White House. He lost by a landslide. Wednesday night at the Republican Convention in Dallas, Goldwater won a sort of vindication when the crowd roared its approval as the Senator from Arizona stated once again his belief that “Extremism in the defense of liberty is no vice.” Although Goldwater was a rotten choice for President in 1964, the slogan he coined was reasonable then and now, and the campaign that used it as proof of his warmongering proclivities always seemed far-fetched.  Pressed, most of us would use extreme means to protect the freedom of our children, friends, and nation.  However,...
    More On: mlb An early glimpse of MLB’s Field of Dreams pop-up Former MVP regaining form after 2020 opt-out Take the Under in this AL West showdown Disgraced baseball announcer is now making jokes about his cringeworthy apology One of the Yankees’ rivals has beefed up their lineup. The Rays have traded for Minnesota slugger Nelson Cruz, the Twins announced on Thursday. Cruz, 41, earned his seventh career All-Star nod this season. Minnesota received minor league pitchers Joe Ryan and Drew Strotman, while Tampa Bay also is acquiring minor league pitcher Calvin Faucher. In 85 games for Minnesota this season, Cruz has 19 home runs with 50 RBIs and a slash line of .294/.370/.537. He has been mashing lefties to the tune of a 1.010 OPS in 119 plate appearances. The Rays are trading for Twins All-Star Nelson Cruz.Getty Images The move comes with the Rays (57-39) one game behind the AL East-leading Red Sox entering Thursday. The Yankees, who begin a four-game set in Boston on Thursday night, were seven games behind the Sox entering the series. Filed...
    (CNN)Republicans are set to run ads during Tuesday night's All-Star Game blaming Democrats for fans in Georgia having to catch the action on television from Colorado -- rather than live at Truist Park in Atlanta. "This was supposed to be Atlanta's night, but we were robbed," Melvin Everson, a former Republican state lawmaker, says in an ad the Republican National Committee will air during the game. Major League Baseball in April decided to move the Midsummer Classic from Atlanta to Denver earlier this year after Georgia's Republican-led legislature and GOP Gov. Brian Kemp enacted a restrictive new voting law. Though the MLB's decision was a reaction to Republicans' actions, the party has sought to blame Democrats for the fallout -- claiming that leading Democratic figures' criticism of the Georgia law came with steep economic costs to the city of Atlanta. "Democrats stole our All-Star Game to push their divisive political agenda. Politicians and corporations lie, while Black communities got hurt the most," Everson says in the ad. "To Democrats, it's just a game. But we're the ones that got played."...
    The New York real estate market is moving like few times, when what could be launched on the market the most expensive mansion in the history of the area or at least that is what its current owner intends. The residence, which belongs to the tycoon David leuschen, was recently put up for sale by $ 80 million, so if it is sold at that price, it will set the record set by the financier Phillip Falcone, who, in 2019, spent $ 77 million for his current home. Although the chances of it breaking the record are minimal, since it is still unknown how the market will behave with its sale, at the moment it holds that honor, as it did a few months ago the mansion of the late Jeffrey Epstein, which was advertised for $ 88 million but ended up being sold for just $ 51 million. The majestic home, which was built more than 115 years ago, passed into the hands of David Leuschen, in 2012, after disbursing $ 42 million dollars, so that, if he...
    ARSENAL are reportedly closing in on a deal for Brighton star Ben White. And a deal for Anderlecht midfielder Albert Lokonga is all-but-done. 4Arsenal are closing in on a move for Brighton star Ben WhiteCredit: Getty 4A deal for Anderlecht midfielder Albert Lokonga is almost completeCredit: Getty That’s according to Fabrizio Romano, who adds that William Saliba is also set to join Matteo Guendouzi at Marseille. England centre-back White, 23, has been the subject of two failed bids from the Gunners. And Brighton are believed to be holding out for £50million. Chelsea are thought to have told White they are interested in a deal. Meanwhile, Manchester City have also been linked after losing Eric Garcia on a free transfer. But Romano claims White’s move to Arsenal have never been in doubt. Indeed, personal terms on a lucrative contract have already been agreed. And the Gunners are now close to striking a transfer fee with Brighton. ⚽ ENGLAND vs DENMARK BETTING SPECIAL ⚽ COMING HOME? Get 30/1 on England to reach the final STER CRAZY: 66/1 for Raheem Sterling...
    Disney World has changed its classic 'ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls' greeting used during one of its fireworks displays with one that says 'good evening, dreamers of all ages'.  At a preview for the theme park's 'Happily Ever After' fireworks display at the Orlando theme park on Wednesday, cast members noticed the greeting had been changed.  One cast member posted a video of the new greeting, and said they preferred the original. They tweeted: 'Disney removes 'Ladies and Gentlemen, boys and girls' from Happily Ever After pre show announcement. Ladies and Gentlemen, boys and girls FOREVER!' they tweeted.  The classic greeting is voiced by Jack Wagner, also known as 'the voice of Disney,' and it is estimated that over the last 20 years the park announcer for Disneyland, Disney World and Tokyo Disneyland has uttered the phrase more than eight million times.   This is the latest politically correct move for Disney after it revamped some of its rides, including Splash Mountain and Jungle Cruises, after they were criticized for promoting racial and cultural stereotypes. The entertainment giant has also slapped...
    The International Brotherhood of Teamsters is launching an ambitious push to unionize all Amazon workers across the U.S. in a move timed to coincide with the company's Prime Day.  In a resolution introduced at the powerful union's national convention on Tuesday, the Teamsters declared that unionizing Amazon workers is a top priority, according to Vice, which first reported the resolution.  'The Teamsters will build the types of worker and community power necessary to take on one of the most powerful corporations in the world and win,' said Randy Korgan, the Teamster's National Amazon Director, in a video address to union delegates. It follows the critical defeat in April of a union organizing vote at an Amazon warehouse in Bessemer, Alabama -- and the Teamsters believe that a national push is the key to victory, rather than a piecemeal approach at each warehouse. Teamster's National Amazon Director Randy Korgan speaks to members of Teamsters Local 1932. The Teamsters is making unionizing Amazon workers a top national priority Labor activists are seen holding signs and marching on a picket line...
    1 dead, 1 critical in LA fire station shooting; suspect believed to set fire US and allies fly over Nato countries in message to Russia You can battle a handful of Pokémon in the several Pokémon Go raids during the many events. For those keen on defeating Golem in three star raids, you want to make sure you bring the best Pokémon to beat it. There are several weaknesses that this Pokémon has that you can take advantage of and make sure to beat every time. © Provided by GamePur All Golem weaknesses Golem is a Ground and Rock-type. It will be weak to Fighting, Grass, Ground, Ice, Steel, and Water-type moves, but it is resistant to Electric, Fire, Flying, Normal, Rock, and Poison-type attacks. We highly recommend you stick to focusing on Grass and Water-type Pokémon as they can do the most damage to Golem during a fight. Best Pokémon to counter Golem The best Pokémon you want to use to defeat Golem in a three star raid consist of Swampert, Kingler, and Roserade. Swampert is a...
    Remembering the United States Colored Troops who helped win the Civil War Grieving dad of mass shooting victim interrupts news conference The Battle League Season 8 for Pokémon Go comes with several new changes that make combat a little different for players throughout the Great, Ultra, and Master League competitions. There were various move changes, and two fresh moves were added that we could expect to come to additional Pokémon come the middle of Season 8 or closer to Season 9 in September. © Provided by GamePur These moves changes will take effect starting on May 31. All Battle League Season 8 move changes New moves Two new moves are being added to the Pokémon Go pool. They are Rock-type Weather Ball, and Feather Dance, both of them charged moves. It’s become a tradition that if a Pokémon set were ever struggling, they would receive some form of Weather Ball, and now Rock-types can enjoy the Weather Ball treatment. Feather Dance (Flying-type) Damage: 35 Energy: 45 Buffs: 100% chance to lower opponent’s attack by two ranks ...
    Moments after embracing former Boston captain Zdeno Chara in the handshake line, Patrice Bergeron acknowledged he hadn't thought much about what was different about winning his first series with the "C" on his chest. For Bergeron and the Bruins, it was just another step forward. CLICK HERE FOR MORE SPORTS COVERAGE ON FOXNEWS.COM "We’re a team where it feels special to win together, everyone chipping in and contributing," he said. "I’m just happy we got the win and we finished it off and we can look forward and move on to round two." They're moving on to face either the Pittsburgh Penguins or New York Islanders after steamrolling the Washington Capitals in five games. Three went to overtime, including Boston's only loss in the series opener, but as the games went on it was clear which team was superior. "Game by game we got better," said goaltender Tuukka Rask, who stopped 159 of 169 shots. "We had everybody going, which was huge. Everybody contributed, offensively, defensively. We did a lot of little things right. I think that probably ended up...
    For working parents and caregivers. life could get better in the long run Sanders will introduce resolution disapproving $735 million US arms sale to Israel The ensemble cast in Steven Soderbergh's new crime drama No Sudden Move is targeting a world premiere at the Tribeca Festival. © Claudette Barius/Warner Bros. Steven Soderbergh's new movie 'No Sudden Move' stars an ensemble cast including Benicio Del Toro and Don Cheadle. Warner Bros. unveiled Thursday a trio of first look photos and a teaser trailer (above) for the Oscar-winning filmmaker's new, star-studded throwback thriller that's set to debut on June 18 as the Centerpiece Gala selection at the 2021 Tribeca Festival in New York City. © Provided by Entertainment Weekly Claudette Barius/Warner Bros. Steven Soderbergh's new movie 'No Sudden Move' stars an ensemble cast including Benicio Del Toro and Don Cheadle. The film stars Don Cheadle, Benicio Del Toro, Jon Hamm, David Harbour, Brendan Fraser, Ray Liotta, Amy Seimetz, Kieran Culkin, Noah Jupe, Craig "muMs" Grant, Julia Fox, Frankie Shaw, and Bill Duke in a tale about a group of small-time...
    Hospitals may be overcounting the kids admitted for COVID, study says Gaza war deepens a long-running humanitarian crisis There are several Pokémon you’ll have to battle in raids and PvP in Pokémon Go, where you’ll be trying to plan out the best strategy to defeat them. For raids, it’s a bit easier to plan out your strategy because you’ll be able to see what type of Pokémon it’s going to be, and you’ll know their strength. When it comes to raiding against Absol, you want to consider its weaknesses and the best Pokémon to defeat it. © Provided by GamePur All Absol weaknesses Absol is a Dark-type Pokémon. It will be weak against Bug, Fairy, and Fighting-type attacks, but it is resistant against Psychic, Dark, and Ghost-type moves. Of the three choices, we recommend sticking to Bug or Fighting-type attacks. These have the highest chance to do the most damage and typically utilize Pokémon with some of the better stats in Pokémon Go. The best Pokémon counters to Absol The best Pokémon we’re going to recommend you use against...
    GETTY Head coach Kyle Shanahan of the San Francisco 49ers looks on during warm ups prior to the game against the Pittsburgh Steelers at Levi's Stadium on September 22, 2019 in Santa Clara, California. The San Francisco 49ers are a puzzling franchise traversing a volatile bridge between the present and the future. The health of several key players restored as the team approaches the regular season, the 49ers have a “win now” roster. Yet, San Francisco also mortgaged its immediate future (first round picks in the next two NFL Drafts) to make a longer-term investment rookie quarterback Trey Lance. The dichotomy between playing for today and playing for tomorrow simultaneously, and against the backdrop of uncertainty that always defines NFL championship windows, the 49ers’ situation ultimately begs one complex question when it comes to roster decisions: Should the team go all-in now or push its investments further into the future? By trading for Atlanta Falcons wide receiver Julio Jones, the 49ers might just be able to pull off both. Julio Jones’ Age Concerns Could be Mitigated in San...
    BAY SHORE, New York -- Acting out different scenarios, crafting your costume, and dancing to the beat is what "Project Move" is all about.Oya Bangura, Nuala DeGeorge, and Stephanie Pitocco took each of their skill sets and made an immersive arts-in-education program."We thought up Project Move to service the community," said Bangura. "We use theatre, we use dance, and we use costume design to build confidence. We have families dancing together, and we have families creating arts together."The end goal is to have Project Move involved inside schools, but with complications from the pandemic, the program found a home in Bay Shore.Related: Learn how to bust a move on wheels by learning the art of roller danceThe first part of the session begins with an acting session from Bangura. The second part is followed by a crafting session from DeGeorge.The last part of the session includes learning new choreography while wearing a costume that the students made."I think when we all work together, we all have this energy that we bring to the room," said Pitocco. "Not only does it...
    More from: Charles Gasparino Let them eat Saturdays! Goldman CEO doesnt care if you hate him ‘Share-plunge’ GameStop traders serve valuable function GE’s Immelt-down: Harsh light on in-the-dark CEO’s failure Wall Streets luck has run out with Bidens SEC head Gary Gensler COVID-19 vaccine mess hinders Wall Street and NYC It’s clear Georgia’s new voter law is nothing close to the “Jim Crow on steroids” description attributed to our alleged unifier in chief, President Biden. Yet I’m pretty certain the law is an attempt by GOP Gov. Brian Kemp to ingratiate himself with Trump voters who believe Kemp didn’t do enough to prevent the Peach State from turning blue in the last election.  I’m also totally convinced that Major League Baseball Commissioner Rob Manfred shouldn’t be within a mile of this sordid political mess.  I say this as someone who respects the MLB commish and likes him for his business acumen. For all the contretemps of the past year that hit the league amid COVID, he managed to cut a deal with the players ­union. It was a mess,...
    The Islanders are “All In” with their latest move By: Rob Taub April 8, 2021 ShareTweetFlipRedditAll In. That was the feeling that took over the blue and orange cult of fans that make up Islanders Country just past before 8PM last night, when news broke that the team had acquired forwards Kyle Palmieri and Travis Zajac from the New Jersey Devils in exchange for two picks — a 2021 first-rounder, 2022 conditional fourth-rounder — and minor leaguers Mason Jobst and A.J. Greer. And with that one move the Isles made their intentions clear to the rest of the division and  the league for that matter: they believe they can win a Stanley Cup. Anticipation had been building that g.m. Lou Lamoriello was going to strike sometime before the trade deadline next Monday. Even prior to captain Anders Lee going down with a season-ending injury last month, there was plenty of chatter the Isles would be buyers. Lee’s setback only increased that thinking, as did his $7M cap hit which now became...
    25 underrated band members who deserve more love The 20 Most Valuable Sports Franchises in the World In the days following Major League Baseball’s move of its All-Star Game from Atlanta due to onerous voting regulations passed by state legislators and signed into law by Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp, the league and others supporting the game’s relocation faced a multi-platform fusillade of criticism that might be alarming, were it not so amusing. MLB All-Star Game finds new home after leaving Atlanta Pocono Record See more videos SHARE SHARE TWEET SHARE EMAIL What to watch next Baseball Report: Shohei Ohtani Impressive In Two-Way Start CBS Local Pro Tips: Hitting Out of Tall Grass CBS Los Angeles Orioles Announce Opening Day Celebrations, New Features At Camden Yards CBS Baltimore MLB faces backlash after moving All-Star Game from Georgia MSNBC Milwaukee Brewers announce return of tailgating at American Family Field WTMJ Milwaukee, WI Sen. Kennedy blasts MLB commissioner: ‘Go to Amazon, buy a spine and answer questions’ FOX News ...
    Former Major League Baseball commissioner Fay Vincent has slammed successor Rob Manfred over the 'mistake' of moving the All-Star Game from Atlanta to Denver in response to the new voting law in Georgia that many believe to be racist.  'Major League Baseball can't become a weapon in the culture wars, a hostage for one political party or ideology,' Vincent wrote in The Wall Street Journal's opinion section.   Georgia's new law limits mail-in voting and allows for more legislative control over the election process following former President Donald Trump's baseless claims of voter fraud in the 2020 election.    Vincent accused Manfred of making a 'serious mistake' by moving the annual mid-summer exhibition to Denver's Coors Field 'without first protesting the substance of the law.' 'Mr. Manfred failed to spell out specific criticisms of Georgia's voting law,' Vincent wrote. 'Now he's put himself in the awkward position of having to defend Colorado's voting laws.' Conservatives, including Republican Georgia Governor Brian Kemp, have painted Manfred as an uninformed hypocrite over the decision, claiming that Colorado's laws voting laws are similarly prohibitive. 'Georgia has...
    Senator Tim Scott has declared that the 'wokes are at it again' over the Major League Baseball's decision to move its All-Star Game to Colorado in protest over Georgia's new voting restrictions after suggesting the two states have similar voting laws.  The South Carolina Republican on Tuesday joined the growing backlash against the MLB's decision to move the game from Atlanta to Denver after Georgia instituted the new voting rules last week. The Republican-backed Georgia law strengthens identification requirements for absentee ballots, shortens early voting periods for runoffs and makes it illegal for members of the public to offer food and water to voters waiting in line.   Scott took to Twitter to question why the MLB was moving the game to Denver after pointing out similarities between Colorado and Georgia's voting laws.  'The @MLB is moving the #MLBAllStarGame out of ATL which has more day-of voting rights than CO?' he tweeted.  'The Wokes are at it again, folks.' Senator Tim Scott on Tuesday joined the growing backlash against the MLB's decision to move the All-Star game from Atlanta to Denver after Georgia...
    “Avid fans” of Major League Baseball (MLB) are more likely to support the relocation of the All-Star Game, according to a new poll published Monday. Morning Consult surveyed 2,200 adults from April 2-4 regarding MLB’s decision to move the All-Star Game from Atlanta, Georgia to Denver, Colorado over Georgia’s new voting laws. (RELATED: MLB Caves To Pressure, Moves All Star Game Out Of Atlanta)  The poll found that 62% of “avid” fans of MLB supported the company’s move. Forty-three percent of overall self-described “sports fans” supported the decision, Morning Consult found. In total, 39% of adults surveyed supported the relocation, according to the poll. MLB boycott is semi-popular, and better-liked by the more avid fans. pic.twitter.com/5uuweVxsyo — Matthew Yglesias (@mattyglesias) April 6, 2021 A majority of Democrats applauded the move, with 65% supporting the decision, the poll showed. Only 14% of Republicans polled supported the decision, while 56% opposed it, according to the poll. Independents largely did not have strong opinions on the matter, with 43% responding they either did not know or did not have an opinion.  The...
    Major League Baseball is moving the 2021 All-Star Game and 2021 draft out of Atlanta in response to Georgia's controversial new voting law, the league announced Friday.  "I have decided that the best way to demonstrate our values as a sport is by relocating this year's All-Star Game and MLB Draft," Commissioner Rob Manfred said in a statement. "Major League Baseball fundamentally supports voting rights for all Americans and opposes restrictions to the ballot box." Discussions of moving the game surfaced after Georgia recently passed a strict new voting law, which critics say is designed to disenfranchise voters of color. It requires a photo ID in order to vote via absentee ballot, which more than 1.3 million Georgia voters did during the coronavirus pandemic. The new law limited the locations for dropboxes and the time voters have to request an absentee ballot. It also outlaws passing out food and water to voters within 150 feet of a polling place or within 25 feet of any voter standing in line, a particularly controversial provision as there are often longer lines to vote...
    Major League Baseball announced this year’s All-Star Game would be relocated out of Atlanta, Georgia, costing the city as much as $190 million in revenue, according to official estimates. Bill Volckmann, Finance Director for Cobb County, appraised the All-Star Game’s economic impact to fall somewhere between $37 million and $190 million in his 213-page agenda packet. While some dispute the high-end of those projections, it’s safe to say the city – especially lower-wage workers who would have worked the event – would have benefited greatly.  “I have decided that the best way to demonstrate our values as a sport is by relocating this year’s All-Star Game and MLB Draft, Commissioner of Baseball Robert D. Manfred, Jr. said. “Major League Baseball fundamentally supports voting rights for all Americans and opposes restrictions to the ballot box.” Manfred’s decision drew a sharp response from conservatives on Twitter. The move, however, will cost the City of Atlanta and “predominantly black Atlanta businesses” $100,000,000 “because rich white leftists complained about GA’s voter integrity law,” John Cardillo tweeted. “Woke” @MLB just took away the over $100,000,000 in revenue the...
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