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    PAIGE SPIRANAC hit back at a social media troll who tried to taunt her about her looks. A Twitter user tried to put Paige down by saying she'll lose her glamor as she gets older. 6Paige Spiranac posted this picture of her mom in her 60sCredit: instagram 6Paige said her mom was 'hot in 2019 and hot in 2022'Credit: INSTAGRAM But the social media star was having none of it and shut the user down. One follower tweeted her: "Let's see how your (sic) doing in 20yrs from now with out your looks." Paige, 29, responded with a photo of her alongside her mother. And she wrote: "This is my mom in her 60s. I think I’m going to be just fine." READ MORE SPORT STORIESTAUNTING HELL Paige Spiranac taking therapy after vile threats including sperm being sentSTAGE NAME Paige Spiranac reveals she was forced to change her name over stalking hell The golf star, who has over three million Instagram followers, added a photo of her mom that was three years old. And Paige wrote: "Was hot in 2019....
    Cassidy Hutchinson, the former assistant to Mark Meadows, testified on Tuesday that Donald Trump's White House chief of staff told her that 'things could get real, real bad on January 6' just four days before the Capitol riot. The ex-White House staffer was revealed to be the January 6 committee's surprise witness late on Monday night for the hastily-announced hearing. She told lawmakers in her first public testimony of the investigation that Trump's former lawyer Rudy Giuliani told her January 6 would be a 'great day' as she escorted him out of a White House meeting earlier that month. 'He looked at me and said something to the effect of, "Cass are you excited? The 6th is going to be a great day",' Hutchinson recalled. When she asked Giuliani what he meant, Hutchinson said he replied: 'We’re going to the Capitol. It’s going to be great. The president’s going to be there, he’s going to look powerful.' Referring to her boss, he encouraged her to 'talk to the chief about it' because 'he knows about it.' Hutchinson testified that she...
    The DC homicide clearance rate experienced an eight percent decline this year as less than half of murder cases were closed this year which criminologists attribute to the lack of trust with law enforcement amid the country's woke anti-police movement.  The lack of trust in law enforcement has been attributed to the decline in the city's clearance rate as 42 percent homicide cases were reportedly closed in 2021, according to data from DC Witness.   Criminologists have since noted that police reliability is significant staple to solving murder cases as it is necessary to speak with witnesses and conduct thorough investigations.  These specialists also noted that numbers reportedly fluctuate based on these relationships as evidenced by the intense crime rate continuing to spiral throughout the city.    The negative relationship between members of law enforcement and the community has been attributed to events such as the May 2020 murder of George Floyd after Minnesota officer Derek Chauvin sat on his neck for more than nine minutes. Movements around the country called for police departments to be defunded in response to Floyd's death...
    7 Months! See Hilary Duff and Matthew Komas Daughter Maes Baby Album U.S. consumer sentiment remains near pandemic lows as inflation expectations hit 13-year high © Provided by NBC Sports Replay Video SETTINGS OFF HD HQ SD LO Skip Ad The Bengals have gotten off to their best start in years, sliding into first place in the AFC North with last week’s 41-17 victory over the Ravens. Cincinnati put up 520 yards of offense in the contest, averaging 8.3 yards per play. And Cincinnati’s defense effectively contained Lamar Jackson. While he led Baltimore with 88 yards rushing, Jackson completed just 48.4 percent of his passes for 257 yards with a touchdown. It was clearly the Bengals’ best performance of the season. But according to running back Joe Mixon, there’s a better level of play Cincinnati can reach. “We haven’t had a complete game and we’re getting better each and every week,” Mixon said, via Geoff Hobson of the team’s website. “I think a perfect game is going to come. Really, at the end of the day, we’re heating up....
    AURORA, Colo. (CBS4) – Workers at a nonprofit farm in Aurora were back at work after a fire destroyed their shed. They harvested produce on Tuesday at the farm near the Stanley Market Place. The executive director of the Village Exchange Center’s community garden told CBS4 she believes the fire is a case of arson and a hate crime. In addition to providing food to the immigrant and refugee community in the neighborhood, the farm also teaches those groups the skills of farming. READ MORE: Victim In Officer-Involved Shooting With Westminster Police Identified As Drew Lucero (credit: CBS) The Village Exchange Center says they will have to replace thousands of dollars of equipment. READ MORE: Heavy Police Presence Seen Around Castle Rock Home With Barricaded Person Farmers told CBS4 on Tuesday they are looking ahead. “I came to this amazing realization that there are more good people than bad people, people around this community. They’re grateful, and they’re grateful for each of the tools that was donated, but not only that, the cash donations that were donated to the Village Exchange...
    EAGAN, Minn. (AP) — When his assumed replacement was drafted this spring, Kirk Cousins found himself facing a likely end date for his time with the Minnesota Vikings. Being finished playing football will probably be a different story. Even though he’s entering his 10th year in the NFL, in some ways Cousins is just getting going. READ MORE: Excited About This Football Team: As Training Camp Opens, Fans Get First Look At Vikings Many Additions “The more I play, the more I realize this position is really built to last in how they’re protecting the quarterback, the league rules are. If you play smart, you don’t try to be a hero and get hit all the time but you step out of bounds and you get rid of the football and you get down, I think you can prolong your career quite a bit,” Cousins said Wednesday, before the team’s first full practice of training camp. “With the advances in the nutrition and the staff support we have and just the medical care, I just see that there’s really no...
    “The View” host Meghan McCain called out her own show for painting an intellectually dishonest picture of coronavirus vaccine hesitancy. McCain argued on Tuesday’s broadcast that blaming Fox News for spreading “misinformation” about vaccines would not do anything to address the fact that it was not just Fox News viewers who were showing reluctance to get vaccinated. (RELATED: ‘I Will Die On This Hill’: Meghan McCain Rips Gwen Berry For Making Her Personal Grievance An International Statement) WATCH: Cohost Joy Behar began the segment by suggesting that the vaccine should be mandated — at least in schools and hospitals — placing the blame squarely on social media platforms and Fox News. “The reason that you have many people unvaccinated besides their fear of the vaccine is this misinformation that’s coming out of Facebook and Fox News,” she said. “I don’t care what anybody says, yes, Democrats are probably problematic also, if you talk about people in New York, but Republicans are the ones who are spewing the lies. They are the ones spewing the misinformation.” McCain said that...
    Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez was so frightened of being killed by the MAGA mob that ransacked the US Capitol on January 6 that she hid in colleague Katie Porter’s office where a staffer lent her sneakers in case she needed to run for her life. 'I hope I get to be a mom, I hope I don’t die today,’ the progressive New York congresswoman told Porter as a large mob of hundreds of Trump supporters invaded the Capitol on January 6. Porter, the House lawmaker from California’s 45th congressional district, told MSNBC on Monday that during the riot, the progressive New York congresswoman asked to come into her office. The California Democrat recalled how Ocasio-Cortez and several of her staffers appeared in front of her office door and asked to be let in. House Rep. Katie Porter (left), a California Democrat, recalls allowing her colleague, House Rep.  Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (right), to hide in her office during the January 6 MAGA riot at the United States Capitol building in Washington, DC A mob of Trump supporters ransacked the US Capitol...
    Donald Trump is not the only “bad” president this country has had in office, but from one historian’s perspective, he’s certainly one of the worst. “This country has had a few [bad presidents]. There are the ones who are simply bad at the job and incompetent, and a lot of bad things happen on their watch. There are those who are corrupt and engaged in criminality, and have scandals that plagued their administration And there are those who actively do the country harm through their action or their inaction,” says historian Kevin Kruse on this bonus members-only episode of The New Abnormal. “Trump checks all of those boxes.” That even includes President Herbert Hoover, who was in office during the Great Depression, and as Kruse says, “botched it.”
    If you're having an existential crisis, it might be time for some Existential Slices. We're going to spare you any further rhyming couplets and just get to the facts: Existential Slices is a new walk-up pizza window that has taken over half of the Mr. Lucky's Fine Sandwiches at 711 East Sixth Avenue. The idea, according to the pizzeria's Instagram account, was "born out of the dumpster fire that is 2020." Galen Juracek, owner of Mr. Lucky's, converted the dining room of his sandwich shop into Existential Slices as a way to get extra use out of the space while serving as the food component for nextdoor neighbor Don's Club Tavern, owned by the Little Pub Company. "After a few months of the dining room just sitting there empty, we determined it was serving no purpose," Juracek explains. "But we need to survive and Little Pub Company needs to stay open, so we function as their kitchen. Necessity is the mother of invention, right?"Related Stories Hops & Pie's Nightly Specials Beat Standard Happy Hours New Ghost Kitchen Snacktacular Does...
    See that mother of a drink above? To find out where to get it this weekend, you'll just have to keep reading. Then keep going for more tasty happenings this weekend and beyond. Friday, October 2 Ah, those innocent April days, when you canceled your vacation to Tokyo and were offered a voucher to rebook before December 31, 2020 — and believed that eight months would be plenty of time for the U.S. to get its act together and contain COVID. But face it: You're not leaving the country anytime soon. The next best thing you can do is fork over $40 to attend the opening of Made in Japan, an installation of Japanese retail brands that coincides with the opening of Temaki Den on Friday, October 2. Temaki Den, a casual hand roll and seared sushi bar from the folks behind Sushi Den, Izakaya Den and Ototo, is opening inside the Source, 3550 Brighton Boulevard, and you can get the first bite at 5:30 or 7:30 p.m. Tickets include two hand rolls, four pieces of nigiri, sashimi, seaweed salad and miso...
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