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    Republican Senate candidate Herschel Walker speaks during a "Unite Georgia Bus Tour," on Sept. 27, 2022.Jason Getz/Zuma Fight disinformation: Sign up for the free Mother Jones Daily newsletter and follow the news that matters.On Monday, the Daily Beast reported that Georgia Republican Senate candidate Herschel Walker—who supports forcing women to carry pregnancies to term with no exceptions, even if doing so could lead to death—once asked a woman he impregnated to get an abortion, and then paid for the procedure. Walker vowed that evening that he would sue the outlet the next morning, but hasn’t yet. The Beast followed up its scoop with more details—the woman who provided a copy of the $700 check, the receipt for the procedure, and a get-well-soon card allegedly signed by Walker, also went on to have a child with him. Well, okay. Reaction from Georgia Republicans has spanned an illuminating range. The Georgia-based conservative commentator Erick Erickson said at first that it was old news. A Republican strategist granted anonymity by Politico so that they could speak like a complete knob, clarified that “it’s...
    A Kentucky mom shared with CNN’s Ana Cabrera the harrowing tale of how she tied herself to her two children with a vacuum cord during a deadly flood, hoping that she could save them, but if that failed, at least their bodies would be found together. Cabrera interviewed Jessica Willett on Monday’s episode of CNN Newsroom in the wake of last week’s floods that are known to have killed 35 people so far and left hundreds missing and numerous homes and bridges destroyed. Among the dead were four siblings who were ripped out of their parents’ arms by the strong currents. Heartbreaking: The 4 siblings from Knott County, KY who died in last week’s flooding – Top left: Madison (8), bottom left: Nevaeh (4), top right: Riley (6), and bottom right: Chance (2). Reporting by CNN’s Sara Smart and Caroll Alvarado pic.twitter.com/Uest2yK3qp — Jake Tapper (@jaketapper) August 1, 2022 Cabrera had just covered that heartbreaking report from CNN correspondent Evan McMorris Santoro when she introduced Willett, reporting how she had heard sounds coming from her Jackson, Kentucky home’s foundation just...
    Las Vegas Raiders defensive lineman Carl Nassib became the first active player in league history to come out as gay in June.  In a recent interview on "Comeback Stories" with Darren Waller and Donny Starkins, Nassib said he was concerned that coming out would ruin his NFL career. CLICK HERE FOR MORE SPORTS COVERAGE ON FOXNEWS.COM Carl Nassib of the Las Vegas Raiders flexes during warmups before a game against the Denver Broncos at Allegiant Stadium on Nov. 15, 2020 in Las Vegas. The Raiders defeated the Broncos 37-12.  (Photo by Ethan Miller/Getty Images) (Getty) "I thought about it every once in a while. Thought about how I wanted to do it. When I could do it," Nassib said on the show. "I didn't know how people would react. I wanted to make sure I was financially stable before I did it. I didn't know if it would ruin my career. I didn't know if guys would be supportive or not." TOM BRADY DOWNPLAYS BILL BELICHICK'S PHONE CALL UPON PATRIOTS DEPARTURE, FOCUSED ON 'HUGE TEST' Nassib said that he...
    Monica Lewinsky has opened up about the pain and embarrassment she felt while watching her affair with former President Bill Clinton come to life on the small screen for a new drama series that tracks the circumstances of their relationship - and the sensational scandal that it caused.  The 48-year-old, who served as a producer for Impeachment: American Crime Story, confessed that - despite willingly signing on to help with the creation of the show - she found it incredibly difficult to watch 'some of the worst moments of her life' be dredged up for the whole world to see.   Appearing on the Today show on Tuesday morning, hours before the FX series is due to premiere, Lewinsky spoke out about the struggles she faced while 'wearing two hats' - that of the show's producer and that of its main subject.   'As a producer, I'm very proud. I'm really proud of the project of the show,' she told Savannah Guthrie.  'As a subject, I'm nervous. You know, I'm nervous for people to see some of the worst moments of my...
    A MUM has shared a very honest video talking about the struggles of being a parent. THE MUM speaks openly about how "tedious" she finds the day to day activity of parenthood. 4A mum speaks honestly about the things she wish she knew before becoming a parent In a range of videos labelled 'Things I wish I knew about having kids before I had kids" the Canadian mum tells people that she should reconsider a few things if on the fence about having children. On her TikTok platform where she uses the domain @staceygreenliving she said: "You have to do things with them, like all the time. Like fill the day with things to do. For them." "Before my Saturday would have been maybe hanging out with my friends Mary and Jane, and watching TV. Or going to a cottage." "Now my days are spent in a field going 'one,two, three gooo' as we go up and down a hill on a tractor" added the mum. The first upload that has a whopping 4.5 million views on the platform,...
    Andrew Amelinckx/Insider When you buy through our links, Insider may earn an affiliate commission. Learn more. Lack of Color's new collection includes a range of styles and colors, from boaters to bucket hats. The Indio Special, a fedora made from wheat straw, can complete any summer look. The hat is handsome, sturdy, and wide enough to block the sun from your face. Lack of Color The Indio Special $119.00 from ShopBop You've probably seen Lack of Color hats around — even if you didn't know it — on celebrities or in numerous Instagram posts. The name is from a Death Cab for Cutie song and is a bit of an inside joke from the founders, Australians Tess Corvaia and Robert Tilbury. (The first hats they released were extremely colorful.) "When we started LOC, we identified a huge gap in the market," they told Insider. "There weren't really any cool, affordable, fashionable hats—especially for a younger generation. We wanted to make hats fun, modern, and wearable again while encouraging a new wave of creative ideas." Their new unisex...
    Prince Harry has revealed what stopped Meghan Markle from acting on suicidal thoughts. It's no secret that the two have struggled with heightened media attention and scrutiny since the beginning of their relationship, but many didn't know just how bad things had gotten for Markle until she and Harry sat down with Oprah Winfrey for a tell-all interview. "I was really ashamed to say it at the time and a shame to have to admit it to Harry, especially because I know how much loss he suffered," she said at the time. "But I knew that if I didn’t say it that I would do it. And I just didn’t, I just didn’t want to be alive anymore." In his new series, "The Me You Can't See," Harry is echoing his wife's sentiments, explaining that it was his tragic past that stopped Markle from harming herself. PRINCE HARRY SAYS PLEASE TO HIS FAMILY WERE ‘MET WITH TOTAL SILENCE, TOTAL NEGLECT’ "The thing that stopped her from seeing it through was how unfair it would be on me after everything that...
    Rudy Gobert testing positive for COVID-19 in March marked a turning point in our understanding of the pandemic. It set off a rapid chain of events in the sports industry that mirrored the world’s sudden scramble as people began to grasp the gravity of the coronavirus. At the beginning of that week, many U.S. states had yet to record a single COVID-19 case. By the end of that week, most pro leagues were paused and the illness was spreading through the country at an out-of-control rate. Gobert became an unwitting symbol of an initial struggle to see the seriousness of COVID-19. His infamous microphone incident, when he jokingly touched every reporter’s recording device at a news conference just before becoming sick, led to widespread scorn. In a sit-down with ESPN’s Lisa Salters, Gobert again looked back on what happened in the interview room among other events early in the pandemic. “It came from a good intention,” Gobert said. “It was the first day that we found out that the media was not going to be able to interview us, right next...
    BEN CHILWELL insists his goal in Chelsea's 4-1 win against Sheffield United was well rehearsed - despite looking clueless about it. Chilwell, 23, found himself on the end of a cross delivered by Hakim Ziyech at the far post to put his side 2-1 up against the Blades. ⚠️ Read our Chelsea live blog for the very latest news from the Bridge 2Chilwell says he has been practising his goal in trainingCredit: EPA His connection wasn't the best but the ball found the back of the net. Despite his sloppy finish the left-back revealed that he had practised the routine on Chelsea's training ground prior to the game. He said: "Although I didn’t know much about it, I’ll take it and it’s another goal so I’m happy! "I didn’t really have my bearings to be honest, it was a bit of everything, the post, the goalkeeper. I thought I would just get in the back post and hopefully it would hit me and go across goal or go in. "I was lucky it went in the goal. I didn’t...
    Fox News host Tucker Carlson opened Wednesday night’s episode of “Tucker Carlson Tonight” by pointing out the significance of Republicans likely keeping the Senate majority. As of Wednesday, Democrats had flipped GOP Senate seats in Colorado and Arizona and lost one in Alabama, for a net gain of only one seat. Republican Maine Sen. Susan Collins pulled through in what many thought would be a close race, as did Republican Iowa Sen. Joni Ernst, while Republican North Carolina Sen. Thom Tillis appears likely to narrowly hold his seat as well. Carlson pointed to proposals like court-packing, abolishing the filibuster, legalizing illegal immigrants, and adding states as methods the left would have used, with a Senate majority, to obtain “total control over everything.” WATCH: “No more democracy, no more dissent, permanent obedience from the rest of us, and they came shockingly close to getting that,” Carlson opined. “If Democrats had won the White House and the Senate last night, the country as we know it would’ve ended, not because Democrats have bad ideas — though they do — but because...
    Photo credit: Alex Wong, Getty Images. Bob Woodward answered questions about his book writing process and pushed back on critics who called him out on Wednesday for withholding damning revelations from February and March about Trump’s dishonesty about the coronavirus pandemic. In an interview with Margaret Sullivan in the Washington Post, the author, who is also on staff at the newspaper as an associate editor, went into greater detail about his reporting for his latest inside-the-Trump-White-House book, Rage. The book’s shocking reports unleashed a wave of anger and criticism toward President Donald Trump, but has also ignited backlash aimed at Woodward for apparently having held onto the bombshell news for months, until the publication of his book was imminent. Per Sullivan, Woodward did not have a signed agreement with Trump or the White House to embargo all details or comments until the book came out. Instead, he said he was continuing to report out and confirm the claims Trump made to him in private this past spring. This was particularly true, Woodward said, of the most stunning “I wanted to always play it...
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