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    GOOD Morning America's Amy Robach and TJ Holmes will not be returning to the GMA3 show and are working out an "exit strategy," sources have said.  One network source exclusively told The U.S. Sun that Amy and TJ are unofficially out at GMA3, and seven weeks after being taken off the air, their newly-appointed legal teams are hammering out a plan with ABC's attorneys and top executives to make a big announcement. 5TJ Holmes and Amy Robach's attorneys are working with ABC on their exit strategyCredit: BackGrid 5Sources say they are out at GMA3, and are likely out at the network, though nothing has been made official yetCredit: Getty As The U.S. Sun previously reported, the co-hosts' alleged affair rocked the news program in late November.  The source claimed: "ABC's legal team takes a really long time because it's a really small, but absolutely trusted team of attorneys. "They are definitely dotting their Is and crossing their Ts for Amy and TJ's exit strategy."  While the network insider doesn't know the specifics about what the coupled-up co-hosts future...
    IAN WRIGHT has hammered underperforming Chelsea stars Kalidou Koulibay and Kepa Arrizabalaga. The former Arsenal striker has blamed the duo for the Blues' current run of bad form. 3Ian Wright has blamed Kalidou Koulibay and Kepa Arrizabalaga for Chelsea's poor formCredit: Rex 3The retired striker believes Koulibaly looks 'f****g nervy' at the backCredit: Rex 3While he also insisted that the Arrizabalaga is making too many mistakesCredit: Getty Chelsea are currently on a horrid run of form that has seen them win just once in their last nine games in all competitions. The West London club's last victory came against Bournemouth in the Premier League back in December. The Blues are currently dealing with an injury crisis and even manager Graham Potter has admitted that everyone at the club is "suffering". Wright however has hit out at Koulibaly by suggesting that he look "f*****g nervy" against Fulham and that Spanish goalkeeper Arrizabalaga is too prone to mistakes. He said on his Wrighty's House podcast: "I’m looking at Kepa and I’m sorry man but it’s not working out. "The man makes too many...
    Khloe Kardashian has hit back at claims she uses a controversial diabetes medication to lose weight.  Last year, fans speculated that her sister Kim had used the drug in order to quickly drop 16lbs in time for the Met Gala - inadvertently sparking a stampede for the pioneering obesity drug and resulting in a global shortage.   Kim later insisted that she had lost the weight healthily - crediting diet, a sauna suit and running twice a day with the change - and now Khloe has also hit back at rumours that she used the drug.  Clapping back: Khloe Kardashian has hit back at claims she uses a controversial diabetes medication to lose weight (pictured left in May 2022 and right in April 2021) The mother-of-two showcased her incredible abs in an Instagram post on Tuesday as she posed for Sorbet magazine - prompting one fan to claim it was the result of taking semaglutide, known by brand names Ozempic and Wegovy, which has helped people who take it shed almost a fifth of their weight by suppressing the appetite. A follower commented:  'The...
    Elon Musk on Thursday raised the possibility of Twitter going bankrupt, capping a chaotic day that included a warning from regulators and departures of senior executives. The billionaire told employees on a call that that he could not rule out bankruptcy, Bloomberg News reported, two weeks after buying it for $44billion - a deal that credit experts say has left Twitter's finances in a precarious position. The 'all hands' meeting was called with just an hour's notice and Musk showed up 15 minutes late for it, according to Platformer.  Musk, who has made a key pillar of his purchase of Twitter the end of working from home, reportedly told staff: 'If you can physically make it to an office and you don't show up, resignation accepted.'  Two more executives - Yoel Roth and Robin Wheeler, have resigned, even after they moderated a Twitter Spaces chat with Musk on Wednesday as he tried to assuage advertisers' concerns. Roth and Wheeler did not immediately respond to requests for comment. Earlier on Thursday, Twitter's Chief Security Officer Lea Kissner tweeted that she had quit. In...
    Netflix CEO Ted Sarandos has paid for a full-page advertisement where eh backs billionaire developer Rick Caruso to be Los Angeles mayor. His wife Nicole Avant, 54, gave her support to Caruso, 63, last week, after crime and chaos continues to spiral in the city – where her mother Jaqueline Avant was killed at her exclusive Beverly Hills enclave in a home invasion. Sarandos’ advertisement for Caruso is a shock move, with the head of Hollywood’s biggest streaming service has been one of the nation’s biggest donors for the Democrats. The Los Angeles County Democratic Party has officially endorsed Congresswoman Kean Bass in the race, but Sarandos, 58, is urging residents to vote for Caruso. Caruso has previously identified as a Republican and an Independent before switching allegiances to the Democrats shortly before entering the race in February in the famously liberal city.  In his advertisement, published on the Hollywood reporter, he said: ‘The entire Machine of the Democratic Party had aligned for a candidate that is part of the very system that is failing this city. ‘They are wrong....
    Prince Andrew will be able to step in for the King and perform royal duties as needed due to a law which would require parliamentary intervention to change. The role of Counsellor of State is automatically bestowed upon the four royals next in the line of succession who are older than 21, in addition to the monarch's spouse. As such, the five people who have the authority to represent King Charles III are Queen Consort Camilla, Princes William, Harry, Andrew and his eldest daughter, Princess Beatrice.  Critics have hit out at the appointment of the King's brother, who stepped back from royal duties in 2020 amid sex abuse allegations which he strenuously denies, but the assignment was not Charles' choice.  The King is bound by the Regency Act 1937 regarding the appointment of his Counsellors of State and only parliament has the power to change the legislation. The inclusion of Andrew and omission of Princess Anne - who was last year named 'hardest working royal' for taking 387 official engagements that year - has sparked debate over whether the rules should be...
    PITMAN, N.J. (CBS) — Food pantries are a lifeline to people in need. One in South Jersey shut down because it didn’t have enough food to feed families. The director says she is hoping to fill the pantry quickly and keep an overflow of inventory to avoid this from happening again. READ MORE: Baltimore Family Files $25 Million Lawsuit Against Sesame Place Over Another Alleged Incident Of DiscriminationShelf after shelf, empty. It’s a sight Elissa Darrow never thought she would see. “You feel bad for these families,” she said. Darrow is the director of Angels Community Outreach in Pitman, which provides clothes, food, and toiletries to families in need. But recently the pantry ran out of food. “I have to be the one to say you can’t get food this week,” Darrow said. “You are a senior citizen but I don’t have any food for you or I can’t help feed your kids this week.” Darrow posted to Facebook, writing “Please help ..Sadly this is the first time I have ever had to do this. Unfortunately, we have to close...
    Bad news for Armie Hammer-heads, by which I mean people who are obsessed with the ever-stranger story of the actor-turned-alleged sex cannibal: The rumor that the Cayman Islands resident got himself an appropriately strange new job—albeit not for any film work, mind you—has turned out to be bogus. A viral tweet from screenwriter Muna Mire Wednesday afternoon—which has since been deleted—suggested that Hammer had once again found gainful employment, this time in hospitality work. “My friend's parents went on vacation in the Cayman Islands and armie hammer was their concierge i'm still not over it,” the tweet read; attached was a flier from a Grand Cayman-based resort called Morrit’s featuring Hammer’s face and kind regards. Twitter Screenshot The flier, which has the names of the guests written at the top, seemed to imply that it came directly from the guests’ personal concierge—in this case, “Armie.” But Morrit’s director of sales, Christopher Butcher, tells The Daily Beast that while Hammer was hanging out at the resort over the weekend, he isn’t working there in any capacity.“[Hammer] lives in Grand Cayman. One...
    Republican attempts to restrict voting options based on former President Donald Trump’s lies about the 2020 election were bad. What’s ahead is worse. The time to prepare is now. Republicans most of all need to recognize that threats to our democracy are coming from the Trump faction of the party. Those of us who still consider ourselves Republicans need to be the first to call them out. Behind the scenes, Trump has been actively working to purge those who refused to steal the election for him in 2020, as well as those who made any effort to hold him accountable for his role in the Jan. 6 attempt to overturn the election. He has recruited and endorsed candidates for state-level office who, if elected, would oversee election administration. Many of these candidates are boldly telling us right now what they want to do and where their loyalties are. And it isn’t to American democracy. The threat they pose is urgent. While some Republicans may wish they lived in a post-Trump era, that’s simply not reality. Trump is almost certainly...
    THE British civil service was once the envy of the world, a Rolls-Royce service staffed by the very brightest. When I was at school, only the best ­students held ambitions of one day ­working in Whitehall. 7The Rwanda plan means that male migrants will be processed in the African nation for asylum status as opposed to in the UKCredit: PA 7Priti Patel is facing a Home Office mutiny over the deal, with some staff threatening to strikeCredit: AFP Such great minds helped to shape our country — delivering on Nye Bevan’s 1946 legislation to form the NHS and driving through Margaret Thatcher’s 1979 pledge to give council ­tenants the right to buy their homes. They ushered in the welfare state after World War Two, helped to put a stop to gender discrimination in the 1970s with the Equal Pay Act, and worked to legalise gay marriage. But nowadays, it’s less Yes Minister and more “Sorry, Minister, computer says no”. Take Priti Patel’s new proposed policy on immigration. READ MORE ON KARREN BRADY KARREN BRADY Grealish is following Becks...
    SUPER-REF Nigel Owens says rugby’s new Laws are NOT working to improve the game. The opening round of Six Nations games saw the introduction of hookers being ordered to use a “brake foot” to prevent all the pre-scrum weight going through their necks. 3The brake foot rule was brought in for more safety and stability in scrumsCredit: AFP 3But ref Nigel Owens believes the rule and several recently-implemented ones aren't workingCredit: GETTY Some fans were also confused by the “goalline dropout” Law and the new 50-22 kicking rule that allows a team to win a line-out despite kicking on the bounce into touch from their own half. But Owens, who hung up his whistle two years ago, said the evidence of last weekend was that none of the changes can be said to have succeeded. Owens said: “The brake foot was brought in to get stability in the scrum and for safety, to help stop the hooker getting all that pressure of the entire pack on his head. “At Murrayfield, though, Scotland versus England, it didn’t work. Stability was an...
    A Wall Street sign is pictured outside the New York Stock Exchange amid the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic in the Manhattan borough of New York, April 16, 2021.Carlo Allegri | Reuters The fintech disruption of the status quo in financial services is for real. Robinhood and SoFi made it through to initial public offerings even if the market hasn't been kind to Silicon Valley-backed IPOs of late. But for the robo-advisory wealth management firms that made a big splash over the past decade — looking to slash the costs of financial advice and investment management through tech platforms and use of ETFs — the exit strategy is looking more like selling out to Wall Street and wealth management incumbents than rivaling them as stand-alone competitors. Earlier this week, Wealthfront, which was backed by Silicon Valley elites and included some investment luminaries, was sold to UBS in a $1.4 billion deal. That's not a bad exit by any means, but falls far short of the loftiest dreams of the fintech disruptors. In 2020, Wealthfront rival Personal Capital was sold to Empower...
    MANCHESTER UNITED'S players need to sort out their attitudes despite Ralf Rangnick's tactics not working. That is according to Premier League legend Alan Shearer. 1Ralf Rangnick's tactics are not working but Alan Shearer thinks Man Utd's players still have more to giveCredit: EPA After an impressive win over Crystal Palace in his first game in charge, United have stuttered since. In six games since they have only scored more than one goal once. The Red Devils have drawn two, won three and lost one since the 1-0 Palace win. And those include a disappointing 1-1 draw with Newcastle and a woeful 1-0 Premier League defeat to Wolves. Their latest game was a fortunate 1-0 win over Aston Villa in the FA Cup on Monday. And ahead of the match, Shearer said: "This set of players have to have a better attitude going forward because of late it hasn’t been anywhere near good enough from a lot of the players. Most read in Premier LeagueTRANSFERS LIVE Tottenham confident of sigining Traore, Barca want Chelsea's ChristensenRED DEVILS NEWS Ronaldo targeted by...
    FACEBOOK and WhatsApp users are moaning that their apps aren't working AGAIN. It comes just hours after Facebook's biggest-ever outage took the apps offline for hours. On Monday, Facebook, Instagram and WhatsApp stopped working for billions of users around the world. The outage lasted for around seven hours. Now DownDetector has recorded thousands of users again reporting issues with Facebook and WhatsApp. Users are having trouble accessing the apps, but it's unclear why. Facebook, Instagram and WhatsApp crashed on Monday after a "bungled server update" and staff had to manually reset the system to get the sites back online, an expert has claimed. The social media firm claimed "faulty configuration change" on its routers was believed to be at the centre of the outage. Most read in TechLOG OFF Live updates as Facebook, Instagram & WhatsApp outage knocks $50bn off valueDOWN AGAIN How to check for Facebook problems and outagesWHATSDOWN What to know about Whatsapp's issuesFACE OFF Claims swirl that Facebook was HACKED as data of 1.5billion users 'sold on forum'INKING FEELING Facebook, Instagram and WhatsApp mass outage trolled with Squid...
    Scouting Report: This office chair won’t break down in a few months, and won’t cost you a mortgage payment. It’s ergonomic, and also comes in several color choices. If you’ve joined the WFH nation, welcome to my world! I’ve been working from home for over 10 years, and I can tell you from personal experience that there’s a direct correlation between comfort and productivity. That’s why there’s always at least one smart air purifier running in my home 24/7. And when I need to shift gears or take a break, I can jump on my treadmill that slides under my sofa when not in use. I learned early on that it was uncomfortable and unproductive to try to hold my laptop while sitting on the sofa, or sit at the kitchen island in those tall bar stools. When I worked in an office, I relied on my employer to furnish the best office chair that’s comfortable—but not so comfy that it lulled me to sleep. But now that I’m working at home, I have to fend for myself. As most...
    ANDROID users have complained about accidentally oversleeping due to problems with Google's Clock app. Android phones of all models are said to be affected including Samsung and Pixel devices. 1Users of the Google Clock app have been complaining that it doesn't wake them upCredit: Alamy Google's Clock app now has numerous negative reviews on the Google Play Store. One frustrated user, called Alec Van Wagner, wrote: "This was my favourite alarm app for years. "The last two weeks I have been late to school and work because it stopped working. "I even set an alarm and sat there and watched for it to go off... all that happened was my phone screen turned on. [...] No notification, nothing." Multiple reports have claimed that the app has a bug that is stopping alarms from ringing. Most read in Phones & GadgetsBreakingBITCOIN BUBBLE BURST? Bitcoin price suddenly drops more than 10%CALL OUT BOY Call of Duty 'fixes' sexist calling card amid Activision Blizzard lawsuitTOTAL SHUTDOWN Google Maps, Gmail and YouTube will soon be blocked on MILLIONS of phonesCASHED OUT New WhatsApp...
    MIAMI (CBSMiami) – The coronavirus pandemic has made it possible for millions of employees to work remotely for the first time in their lives and now most are saying they don’t want to go back to the old way of doing things. But as the pandemic winds down and hospitalizations decrease, it is getting down to decision day for those working remotely and their employers, who might want them back in the office. READ MORE: Florida Unemployment Claims Tick Up As Federal Assistance Programs Set To End “Over 70% of workers under 40 said they would leave their job instead of going back,” said Evan Hock co-founder of MakeMyMove. That’s from a survey commissioned by MakeMyMove, a company that hooks up remote workers with cities that are looking to attract residents and are willing to provide incentives to make a move. “These folks are intending to move and they are not going to let their employer stand in the way,” said Hock. The survey said 100% want to maintain some level of remote work, 90% would look for...
    During a portion of an interview aired on Tuesday’s “CBS Evening News,” acting U.S. Ambassador to Afghanistan Ross Wilson stated that despite warnings months ago for Americans to leave Afghanistan, “People chose not to leave. That’s their business. That’s their right. We regret now that many may find themselves in a position that they would rather not be in. And we are determined to try to help them.” Host Norah O’Donnell asked, “Why didn’t the U.S. get out Americans and our Afghani friends before the Taliban were able to take control of Kabul? You warned about this in a cable. Were you ignored?” Wilson answered, “We put out repeated warnings, every three weeks, to Americans, going back to, I think, March or April, each one in stronger terms, leave now, leave immediately. Never in my 40 years of working — since I began working at the State Department have I seen such strong language used. People chose not to leave. That’s their business. That’s their right. We regret now that many may find themselves in a position that they would...
    Box Office: Disney’s ‘Luca’ to Release in China on August 20 Nio released earnings Wednesday. Here’s how to value its stock compared to Tesla, Ford and other rivals Despite a rocky few weeks of speculation that the New Orleans Saints and star wideout Michael Thomas could be headed for a trade, sources have told Yahoo Sports that the wideout and Saints head coach Sean Payton have had positive talks and are not seeking a split. Two sources familiar with the talks said Payton and Thomas had a recent meeting to clear the air over two lingering issues: comments Payton made regarding his frustration over the offseason timing of Thomas’s ankle surgery; and a subsequent social media post from Thomas that suggested the wideout was now at odds with the team. “They had a good talk about [the issues],” one source said. “I think they both believe it’s not anything that has to go any further than what is already out there. There was some frustration from both viewpoints and that was the point of the meeting.” A second source...
    A WOMAN discovered she had two vaginas after years of ‘crazy periods’ and tampons not working. Heather Welper was born with two cervixes, two vaginas and two uteruses but doctors didn’t uncover this until she was 23-years-old. 5Heather Welper has a condition which means she has two vaginas and two cervixesCredit: Kennedy News The project manager from Texas, US was diagnosed with uterus didelphys during a routine smear test aged 23 but said she always felt something wasn't right. At age 25 she visited another doctor to confirm her diagnosis and was given the heartbreaking news that she may never be able to have children - just months before marrying 27-year-old Calvin Welper. Heather says she feels unfeminine but her supportive husband boasts she's actually “double” the woman. The pair always knew they wanted to become parents and started trying for a baby after tying the knot in May 2019. Sadly, Heather miscarried and has struggled to conceive again ever since. The determined couple are now 'throwing the whole kitchen sink' at their dream of starting a family and have...
    WHILE I believe in the power of hard work, I really do not believe in sacrificing your life as a result. So a City law firm’s “perk” of offering £45,000 to start a family sounds like a poisoned chalice to me. 10Free IVF is really not the answer to the gender pay gapCredit: Alamy 10If you want children, do not put it off for the sake of a jobCredit: Alamy That fee includes payment for surrogate mothers as well as IVF and egg-freezing treatment. So this “perk” sounds to me like an attempt to squeeze every last drop out of their employees during their most fertile years while encouraging them to delay motherhood. And when you can’t get pregnant? Don’t worry: the firm will buy you a baby. I know there is a prevailing view that a career and motherhood don’t mix. But my advice to any ambitious young woman is: If you want children, do not put it off for the sake of a job. Of all the titles I have, working mother is the one that suits me...
    More from: Charles Gasparino Bidens plan to target business as a way to win votes BlackRock’s ‘No. 1’ goal in woke investing: Huge ESG-funds haul ‘Meme’ mob behind Gamestop frenzy might still imperil soaring AMC How Stank steered AT&T into multibillion-dollar sinking disaster $40 billion Robinhood app tries to vault SEC hurdles The Biden Administration keeps insisting inflation is “transient,” but there are now real signs inflation is here and possibly for the long haul. Thursday’s consumer price index increase of 5.4 percent year-on-year — its highest level in 13 years — is the latest and most visible piece of evidence that this scourge is making a comeback. And it’s not like we weren’t warned you this was coming. If you grew up in the 1970s (as I did) you might recall long gas lines, consumers goods too expensive to afford. and something called Hamburger Helper — which people used to stretch ground beef because meat was so expensive. Inflation is a regressive tax that hits hardest at working class and poor Americans. Inflation can be caused because the...
    Can a business require proof of vaccination for COVID-19? Trump to speak at CPAC event in July You log into VALORANT only to find out that your friends are missing from your list. Did they all delete you overnight? Not only a coordinated move like that would be cruel, the odds are of that happening will be quite low. © Provided by Dot Esports Occasionally, the friends list in VALORANT stops working. This generally happens whenever the servers are under heavy load, especially during new patch releases. When more players than anticipated start flooding into the servers, it’s normal to see some hiccups here and there and the friends list bug is one of them. When your friends list doesn’t work in VALORANT, you won’t be able to invite any of your friends to your squad. While this is a server-related error in most cases, there are a few solutions you can try out to fix it by yourself as well. Here’s how you can fix your not working friends list in VALORANT. Relaunch VALORANT Every time you log...
    Despite a recent report by CBS News "60 Minutes" that presented new evidence of the military witnessing unidentified flying “phenomenon” in the skies, former President Donald Trump said Tuesday that he only believes “what you see.” Trump was a guest on the debut of The Dan Bongino Show Tuesday that filled the time slot previously held by the late Rush Limbaugh on the Westwood One radio network. Bongino, a former Secret Service agent, asked Trump “Is there something the government isn’t telling us about this UFO thing, because I’m a little concerned here.”   “I’m sort of a believer in what you see,” Trump answered. “There are a lot of people out there, they are into that. I get that so much, ‘is it true sir?’ I’m not such a believer, but some people are so I don’t want to hurt their dreams or their fears.” During his administration, Trump commissioned a report that is due out to Congress and the public sometime next month that addresses what the military knows about “UAPs.” Established by Deputy Secretary of Defense David L. Norquist on...
    This is the bizarre moment a man climbs into the wrong car and can't figure out why his key will not start it.  The man, who a witness claimed was 'drunk and had walked out of a bar', is seen unlocking his car using his key fob before climbing into an almost identical vehicle that is already unlocked. Unable to work out why the key is not starting the ignition the man continually hits the buttons on the fob. He eventually notices his own car flashing and beeping from across the street, in Richmond, Virginia, on the night of May 1. RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next 11-month-old daughter was 'hitting' murdered British mother... Two LA firefighters could be fired for taking and sharing... Share this article Share Realising what has happened he quickly gets out of the stranger's car and slams the door before stumbling across the road to his own. Unbeknownst to the man, surveillance footage captured his mistake. The licensor of the footage said: 'A drunk dude walked out of a...
    Getty Serge Ibaka and Kawhi Leonard contest a shot by Steph Curry Back on March 14, when Clippers starting center Serge Ibaka exited L.A.’s game against the New Orleans Pelicans with lower back tightness, it was not readily clear how long, it at all, he would be out. “I’m not sure,” said Clippers head coach Ty Lue at the time when asked about Ibaka’s status. “I just know his back tightened up on him, back spasms. It’s all I know right now, so we’ll see tomorrow.” Cut to now, 26 games and more than 50 days later, Lue and the Clippers still can’t provide a definitive answer about Ibaka’s return date. Suboptimal for the Clippers: Ty Lue announces the Clippers have no return date for Serge Ibaka https://t.co/SgWKNF88OK via @DimeUPROXX — Chris Manning (@cwmwrites) May 5, 2021 Talking to reporters prior to L.A.’s unimpressive 105-100 victory over the Toronto Raptors Tuesday night, Lue said that Ibaka, who joined the team in the offseason following three-plus years in Toronto, is working hard to get back into game shape...
    THOUSANDS of YouTube users across the globe are reporting that the video platform has crashed. Both the app and the website have been down since around midday UK time (7am ET) on Monday, according to independent website DownDetector. 2YouTube is down for users across the globeCredit: Getty - Contributor Both the source and scale of the issue are unknown. The California-based platform is usually reliable, and wide-scale outages effecting its services are rare. Users are reporting on online outage tracker DownDetector that they cannot load the homepage, login or play videos. More than 8,000 people have reported issues with the service, according to DownDetector. 2Thousands of people logged issues with YouTube on Monday with online outage tracker DownDetectorCredit: downdetector This is becoming a daily drill#YouTubeDOWN again pic.twitter.com/fcqG648XIQ— Mr. Yogesh (@yogesh05915929) April 26, 2021 Me running to Twitter to confirm whether #Youtube is actually down or not. #YouTubeDOWN pic.twitter.com/mzlR2leDno— Akash Vilas Pagar (@AkashPagar5) April 26, 2021 The Sun has reached out to YouTube for comment. Users took to social media to vent their frustration at being locked out of the video...
    PIERS Morgan got his Covid vaccine today and quipped the jab wasn't as "painful" as working with Susanna Reid on Good Morning Britain. The 55-year-old told fans on Twitter he's getting his jab already because he's "that old" and praised the NHS staff for being "efficient". 4Piers Morgan has had his Covid-19 jabCredit: Instagram "JABBED!" he tweeted. "Thanks to everyone at the Violet Melchett Centre in Chelsea for an incredibly quick, efficient service. "In and out in 9 minutes! Had the Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine. Here’s the historic moment..." Sharing a video of himself getting the jab, he said: "So here I am, I'm about to have my AstraZeneca jab, I'm that old." 4He said he was in and out in just 9 minutesCredit: Instagram He added: "I have to say it's been an amazingly efficient operation, I've literally been whizzed through everyone, the line was quick. "I was told exactly where to go, they treated me like the idiot I am, nothing was left to chance." It comes as a minister predicted that all adults could receive the jab by June...
    Sony Playstation 5 : When Destiny 2: Beyond the Light premiered last November it was accompanied by a new power, stasis. Not only was it the first time since 2014 that they added a elemental damage beyond the usual Solar, Arco and Vaco, but offered for a indito customization system, allowing each player to tweak the active skills and passive stats of the subclass with skins and fragments. In the future, a similar modification system could reach the subclasses that are available from the first Destiny. “Year 4 is centered on a story about Darkness, and what it means that Darkness is in the hands of the Guardians; so the evolution and discovery of Stasis is the obvious focus,” he tells us. Justin Truman, CEO of Destiny 2, in an email interview. “In the future we could tell similar stories about [las subclases] Solar, Arc or Void, but we don’t have any specific plans to share right now. “ The balance between the new and the old At the same time that the latest expansion was put into...
    Jeff Gundlach says stock market valuations are extraordinarily high, supported only by the Fed Report: GM-Built Honda and Acura EV SUVs Due by Mid-Decade These $19k SUVs Will Make You Trade in Your Car Ad Microsoft Full screen 1/5 SLIDES © Provided by Best Life This COVID Protection Measure Is 'Not Working,' Doctor Warns The authorization of COVID vaccines has many people feeling relief, but unfortunately, this COVID protection measure isn't going exactly as planned. While some were worried that there would be a vaccine shortage, something closer to the opposite has occurred: A slow rollout system has left extra vaccines sitting in freezers, with some even being thrown away because they expired before they could be administered. Now, one doctor is admitting that the current COVID vaccine rollout plan is just "not working." Keep reading to find out exactly why this protection measure is failing, and for more on the coronavirus vaccine, Dr. Fauci Just Gave This Warning About COVID Vaccine Side Effects. Scott Gottlieb,...
    By Michael Hurley, CBS Boston BOSTON (CBS) — We can be honest with one another here, right? We’re in the circle of trust, yeah? A judgment free zone? If that’s the case, then I feel comfortable saying this: It’s an absolute bummer that Cam Newton as the quarterback of the New England Patriots hasn’t worked out. A complete and total bummer. Now obviously, the entirety of the blame for the Patriots being 6-8 and missing the playoffs for the first time since the iPhone 3G was introduced to the world. Their receiving corps and linebacking corps are some of the thinnest in the league, and the team on paper doesn’t possess a tremendous amount of firepower. They weren’t built to be a champion in 2020. Understood. Still, Newton’s midsummer signing felt like something that could be the difference between a humdrum 7-9 record and a 10-6 with a spot in the postseason. As it turned out … he’s not. The Patriots will be 8-8 at best, with a pedestrian 7-9 record looking to be the most likely finish. While those of us who...
    Bradley Cortright December 10, 2020 0 Comments Sen. Josh Hawley (R-Mo.) is fighting for Congress to include another round of direct payments in a future COVID-19 relief bill. But in case those payments are left out, Hawley is introducing his own legislation that would send “working families” direct payments.  During an interview on Fox News on Thursday, Hawley said, “The most important thing that Congress can do is to send direct assistance checks to every working family who needs them.” He went on to note that in the CARES Act passed in March, Congress sent out stimulus checks to Americans. Under those checks, individuals received $1,200, couples received $2,400, and there was an additional $500 per child. “That’s what we did back in March. Every senator voted for it. The president is the one who led the charge for it, he supports that again. That’s what we should do,” he argued. He continued, “Here’s what I’m going to do if Congress cannot agree in the next couple of days, today I am introducing a bill for direct payments to working families....
    Denver mayor travels for Thanksgiving after urging people to stay home U.K. to End Lockdown; Merkel’s Skiing Warning: Virus Update Seniors On Medicare Are Getting a Big Pay Day in 2020 Ad Microsoft Full screen 1/5 SLIDES © Provided by Best Life If Your Mask Doesn't Have Three of These, It's Not Really Working As the pandemic has progressed, one thing has become increasingly clear: face masks help stop the spread of coronavirus. Scientists have also been able to study the different types of masks that are available to gain a solid understanding of the best types to use to keep the public—and even the person wearing the face covering—safest. Now, a new study has added to the mounting evidence that your mask isn't fully protecting you if it doesn't have at least three layers of fabric. Read on for the details, and for more advice on what masks not to use, check out If Your Face Mask Has One of These, Stop Using It Immediately. Researchers at Virginia...
    ALAMEDA (KPIX) — At the stroke of midnight, Alameda County drops back into the purple tier, Wednesday. It will force many businesses like gyms to close shop once again. Mariner Square Athletic Club in Alameda was hoping to celebrate its 40th anniversary next February. Over the last six weeks, they saw signs of hope the business can survive until this latest blow. Greg Matthews started coming to the Mariner Square Athletic Club as a 13-year-old. Now he’s the facility manager and fears his job maybe wiped out by the pandemic. “We’re not sure we will make it through the second round here. It’s a good chance that’s it. We’ve gone from 80 employees to 20 with the reopening and now we are basically going back to I don’t think we’re going to have bare bones because the money is all dried up,” said Matthews. The 50,000 square foot facility did everything it can to reopen safely, staggering reservation times, spacing out the fitness equipment, even converting the racquet ball courts into private fitness pods. Matthews is frustrated there...
    Covid Scrooge IT would be reckless and wrong to hit drivers with a fuel duty rise hoping to refill the coffers after the Covid borrowing binge. It would hammer the poorest hardest — and prove especially painful for those like van drivers and truckers, reliant on a vehicle for work. ⚠️ Read our coronavirus live blog for the latest news & updates 3Rishi Sunak must think again - the fuel duty hike is not fair on working BritsCredit: Getty Images - Getty It would take money out of Sun readers’ pockets at the worst possible time, with our economy in freefall. And it would put an estimated 8,000 more on the dole. For ten years The Sun has campaigned successfully for a freeze. Chancellor Rishi Sunak knows our arguments well. But something else troubles us. The Treasury wants to recoup costs. Fine. This tax hike would net £470million a year initially, dropping to £90million later. It sounds a lot. But it’s a drop in the ocean against a gargantuan Covid bill already in the hundreds of billions....
    APPLE has pledged to replace your faulty AirPods free of charge. The California iPhone-maker launched a repair service for its £249 AirPods Pro last week after a handful of faulty units were sent out. 2Apple has announced it will replace your faulty AirPods free of chargeCredit: Getty Images - Getty Customers reported hearing crackling sounds, as well as issues with the earphones' built-in noise cancellation technology. Apple said it will fix "crackling or static sounds that increase in loud environments, with exercise or while talking on the phone." In addition, the programme covers "Active Noise Cancellation not working as expected, such as a loss of bass sound, or an increase in background sounds, such as street or airplane noise." The recall programme was launched October 30, exactly a year since Apple launched the AirPods Pro. 2Apple launched the AirPods Pro, the priciest version of the gadget on offer, in October 2019Credit: Apple Customers were handed a one-year warranty for the audio tech that expired last week. The newly announced programme offers free repairs or replacements for a further year...
    Ice Cube appeared on “The Daily Show with Trevor Noah” to further defend his decision to work with President Trump.  The rapper has been calling out the system for more than three decades through his music, but recently he has turned to political action. Over the summer, he released a "Contract with Black America," calling for reforms to close the opportunity gap in the country. He previously explained that he reached out to both Republicans and Democrats and noted that only the Trump campaign agreed to make headway on his "Contract with Black America." Speaking on “The Daily Show,” the star explained that the backlash he received for seemingly becoming a Trump supporter was misguided, noting that his goal is still to work with everyone in power.  “I put out a plan, both campaigns wanted to talk to me about it, and I was eager to talk to both campaigns. I’m done playing this politic game, joining sides,” he told the host during Wednesday's episode. “To me, that doesn’t get the job done. You know, what gets the job done...
    Career transitions are equal parts scary and exhilarating. And if transformation is truly what you desire, then there are few reasons not to take a chance. Life is too short not to do what you love. How do I know? Well, I went through a significant career transition. After spending over a decade working for NASA as an electrical engineer, I received my real estate license. Making the radical move from rocket scientist to real estate professional wasn’t an easy transition. There’s no doubt that guiding astronauts on the International Space Station to repair their equipment in space is a far cry from guiding home buyers and sellers on their real estate journeys. What helped me the most was figuring out how to apply the lessons learned in my first career to my blooming real estate career. Related Stories Colorado Is Ready for Blast-Off as Home of U.S. Space Command Op-Ed: Non-Violent Reporting in a Year of Uprisings and Upheaval Op-Ed: How to Make a City Beautiful I credit these lessons learned with my current success and I hope...
    Six months into working and learning from home due to the COVID-19 pandemic, some families are taking advantage of the opportunity to tweak the “H” in WFH to “hotel.” With vacation travel decimated by the coronavirus, luxury hotels have been limping along with only 25% occupancy, says CBS News Travel Editor Peter Greenberg. “They needed to pivot, and figure out a market that was never there before. That market is people literally moving to hotels and resorts, staying in suites with their entire families, working there, living there and learning there.” Greenberg said with hotels offering rates of about $120 per night, an extended stay in a city besides “your hometown” is both enjoyable and financially viable. “You’re not in your car, you’re not commuting, you’re not spending money dining out,” Greenberg said. “It can make it financially worthwhile, in the short term, or at least for maybe four or five months at a time.” Another option: spending a week or two in a luxury rental home. “Marriott is very quietly managing a portfolio of 10,000 vacation homes, much like...
    Sponsored content material. Us Weekly receives compensation for this text in addition to for purchases made if you click on on a hyperlink and purchase one thing beneath. Weight-reduction plan tradition is frightening. Even the phrase “weight loss plan” can ship a shiver up our backbone. We’ve been conditioned to imagine that weight-reduction plan is all about chopping out our favourite meals, tedious meal-prepping, by no means ordering out, understanding every single day and pushing by means of the hardships slightly than having fun with the experience. And if our outcomes don’t look the identical as another person’s? Automated failure. It’s time all of us increase our definition of fine well being. It doesn’t need to imply only one factor. We’re all totally different individuals, in any case. And that’s precisely why the “anti-diet” is beginning to make waves. What if, as an alternative of focusing a lot on weight reduction and a physique that’s inconceivable with out Photoshop, there have been a distinct method to strategy a long-term way of life change — one which wouldn’t make you’re...
    A top U.S. official revealed on Friday that the majority of nations that pose the greatest threat to the upcoming elections are working to ensure that President Donald Trump loses re-election. National Counterintelligence and Security Center (NCSC) Director William Evanina said in a statement that foreign states were attempting to interfere in the upcoming election through “covert and overt” influence operations. “Many foreign actors have a preference for who wins the election, which they express through a range of overt and private statements; covert influence efforts are rarer,” Evanina said. “We are primarily concerned about the ongoing and potential activity by China, Russia, and Iran.” Evanina revealed that communist China—which is widely considered to be the greatest threat to U.S. national security and to freedom around the world—is working to make sure that Trump does not win re-election. On communist China, the NCSC assessed: We assess that China prefers that President Trump – whom Beijing sees as unpredictable – does not win reelection. China has been expanding its influence efforts ahead of November 2020 to shape the policy environment in...
    An exasperated Virginia smoke shop owner spoke out on "Tucker Carlson Tonight" Wednesday after one of his clerks was remanded to house arrest in connection with a March incident in which three intruders allegedly broke into the store, leading the clerk to shoot at them in self-defense. "This is so sad and so shocking," Jowan Zuber told host Tucker Carlson. "The justice system is not working in Arlington, Virginia." FLASHBACK: VIRGINIA SHOP OWNER CALLS ARREST OF EMPLOYEE WHO SHOT WOULD-BE ROBBER 'MIND-BOGGLING' Zuber explained that employee Hamzeh Abushariah was sleeping in a back room of the business when the trio, reported to be juveniles, broke in. He said Abushariah grabbed his gun and fired a warning shot that struck one of the intruders. "We went to [Arlington Juvenile and Domestic Relations] court on July 30th and finally, we [publicly] saw the video. I hope that Arlington County will share the video exactly. It's edited by the prosecutors' office because they do not play the volume." Zuber contended that if the video was played at volume, the violence of the moment and the threat to Abushariah would be made plain. ST. LOUIS PROSECUTOR WHO CHARGED COUPLE FOR...
    One of the stars of the Kansas City Chiefs's Super Bowl-winning side has announced he is opting out of the 2020 season, declaring it unsafe for players and spectators during the COVID-19 pandemic. Canada-born Laurent Duvernay-Tardif, 29, studied medicine at McGill University in his hometown of Montreal, graduating in May 2018. When the pandemic hit, Duvernay-Tardif spent nine weeks volunteering as a medic in Montreal - a decision, he said, which informed his choice not to play this season. 'Being at the frontline during this offseason has given me a different perspective on this pandemic and the stress it puts on individuals and our healthcare system,' he announced on July 24.  'I cannot allow myself to potentially transmit the virus in our communities simply to play the sport that I love.  'If I am to take risks, I will do it caring for patients.' Laurent Duvernay-Tardif is pictured playing against the San Francisco 49ers at the Super Bowl The 29-year-old Canadian graduated with a degree in medicine in May 2018 On July 24 he announced that, given...
    Savannah Rychcik August 2, 2020 0 Comments House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) is taking a swipe at Republicans arguing they have not presented an adequate proposal amid negotiations over the next coronavirus relief package. The host of ABC’s “This Week” Martha Raddatz noted Democrats turned down a temporary extension of unemployment insurance and asked Pelosi what she would say to Americans who are now without benefits. Pelosi suggested Americans should look to President Donald Trump and Republicans as they have not necessarily provided a solution to the problem. “I say to them, talk to President Trump. He’s the one who is standing in the way of that,” Pelosi said. She added, “We have been for the $600. They have a $200 proposal which does not meet the needs of America’s working families and it’s a condescension quite frankly because they’re saying really don’t need it, they’re just staying home because they make more money at $600. So the idea that they made a proposal is really not actually factual.”Check out her comments below: After Democrats turned down offer of short-term extension, Speaker Pelosi...
    SAVANNAH CHRISLEY called out a troll after suggesting her new haircut is to blame for her engagement to Nic Kerdiles falling through The Chrisley Knows Best star took to her Instagram Stories to respond after a user bashed her pixie cut. 8Savannah took to her Instagram Stories to call out a trollCredit: Instagram The reality TV star wrote: "SOOOO TIRED OF PEOPLE LIKE THIS!! "I'm human. I have feelings too. You never know what I may be going through and how your words may impact me." Savannah's response comes after the troll sent her an extremely harsh message. 8The user blamed Savannah's pixie haircut for her failed engagementCredit: Instagram 8Savannah reminder people that she also has "feelings"Credit: Instagram He wrote: "Slowly but surely you're looking like a f**king guy. I mean what the f**k is wrong with cutting off all your hair and then [sic] your wondering why your f**king relationship isn't working out. "I'm sure he got tired of seeing a woman supposedly having the same f**king haircut as him..." 8The reality TV star also made sure to try...
    By Deb Perelman. Last week, I received an email from the principal at my children’s school, commenting on some of the first details about reopening New York City schools in a few months. The message explained that the city’s Department of Education, in accordance with federal guidelines, will require that each student have a space of 6 square meters in the classroom. Not everyone will be in the building at the same time. The result is that my children will be able to physically attend school one out of every three weeks. At the same time, it seems, many adults — at least those lucky to have kept their jobs — will be back in the office when the economy picks up. What puzzles me is that these two plans are progressing at a good pace without considering working parents, who will be trapped in this mechanism when it starts. Parents who work and return to their offices will not be able to care for their children, and schools will be almost part-time. Photo: AP Let me speak...
    While Senate Republican are happy to double-down on their coronavirus relief small business loan program—the Paycheck Protection Program, which was ostensibly created to help keep people employed—they are scoffing at the idea that the people who haven't been able to keep their jobs or find new ones deserve expanded unemployment benefits. (Disclosure: Kos Media received a Paycheck Protection Program loan.) The extra $600/week payments, which are expiring at the end of this month, are encouraging lazy people to stay home, Republicans—with Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell out front—say. It apparently hasn't occurred to them that people don't relish the idea of reentering workplaces that might be teeming with the coronavirus. Or that a lot of business have closed and there aren't jobs available for potentially millions of people. Or that the extra $600 a week is helping people make sure they meeting their rent and mortgages and have some money to spend and are keeping the economy afloat right now. In fact, the Congressional Budget office says: "An extension of the additional benefits would boost the overall demand for goods and...
    Coronavirus — The protocol sent by the Ministry of Health to the residences, on March 5, he urged the workers of these centers “in general” to continue “With normal work activity” despite having been in contact with infected. In any case, it was added, “a surveillance would be carried out to detect the appearance of symptoms early ». The main problem, reported by the organizations, was the lack of diagnostic tests to check if the worker was infected. The guide prepared by the department of Salvador Illa to respond to the critical situation in the nursing homes did not include the carrying out of massive tests among the staff -something that is still not implemented today- and limited itself to considering that «the risk it must be evaluated on an individual basis ”, although the general rule was to continue working until possible symptoms were detected. Taking into account the incubation period of the disease, up to 14 days, and the possibility of asymptomatic, this practice was an added risk to the vulnerability of the residents. Risks The protocol...
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