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    Dimitrios Kambouris/Getty Images for Warner Bros. Discovery CNN will not be more “centrist” amid its massive changes under the corporate umbrella of Warner Bros. Discovery, CEO Chris Licht insisted. In an interview with the Financial Times, Licht opened up about the changes to come to the network and revealed his own strategy for rebranding CNN, a brand struggling to find a new identity as Licht has been charged with revitalizing the network and cutting costs. “One of the biggest misconceptions about my vision is that I want to be vanilla, that I want to be centrist. That is bullshit,” Licht said. “You have to be compelling. You have to have edge. In many cases you take a side. Sometimes you just point out uncomfortable questions. But either way you don’t see it through a lens of left or right.” Since Licht took over CNN as CEO, numerous notable shifts have gone through, including the departure of Brian Stelter and the swift cancellation of the CNN+ streaming service. Licht replaced Jeff Zucker, and the Financial Times report shows there is still...
    WITH Christmas just around the corner, many people are hitting the aisles trying to get their hands on a bargain to put away for their loved ones.  And it seems Primark is the place to be, as organised shoppers have shared the impressive stocking fillers they have available – everything from kitchen sets to 2023 diaries.  5There are lots of kitchen sets which are ideal for foodiesCredit: TikTok/@jennywhoblogs/ 5There are vinegar and pesto sets on the shelvesCredit: TikTok/@jennywhoblogs/ TikTok user Jenny B, who can be found on the social media platform at @jennywhoblogs, uploaded a video that she’d recorded on a recent trip to the popular high street chain. Alongside it, she wrote: “Get to Primark for purse friendly gifts/ stocking fillers/ secret Santa.” She added: “Some really lovely pieces.”  Jenny then went through them one by one, starting out with some cheap but great kitchen sets for any foodies in your life.  Read More in ChristmasTHAT'S A WRAP I’m a super savvy mum - how to wrap your Christmas presents without any tape The first one was a vinegar...
    DRESS codes are more common at school and in the office – but there are also unspoken style rules for other occasions. From family events to job interviews, elegance expert Anna Bey outlined the seven dress code mistakes you may be making that unknowingly embarrass you. 5Elegance expert Anna Bey shares the seven dress code mistakes that embarrass womenCredit: YouTube/Anna Bey 5Never wear white to another person's weddingCredit: YouTube/Anna Bey Though you shouldn't take others' opinions to heart, you never want to feel ashamed in public. And Anna Bey said that could happen if you make any of her seven dress code violations. She posted a video explaining these mistakes and how they make you less elegant. "Being in a gathering and sticking out like a sore thumb because you are either overdressed or underdressed is never a fun experience," Anna says. READ MORE ON ELEGANCE TIPSFESTIVE FASHION I’m an elegance expert – the four holiday looks classy ladies avoidLUXURY LOOK I’m an elegance coach - 8 things classy ladies never wear "And that's why...
    President Joe Biden on Thursday defended his controversial summer trip to Saudi Arabia as a journey that was 'not about oil' as his administration prepares options to counter the stunning production cut that OPEC+ has announced. The cut in production comes just three months after Biden fist-bumped Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, on a trip the kingdom used to its PR advantage after international condemnations for the murder of dissident Jamal Khashoggi. 'We are looking at alternatives. We haven't made up our minds yet,' Biden said as he left the White House for a trip to New York. He also defended his Saudi trip, insisting as he did at the time that his talk with the world's No. 2 oil producer was not about the topic. Biden flew there after a visit to Israel, and discussed the war in Yemen among other topics. 'We haven't made up our minds yet,' President Joe Biden said as he left the White House a day after OPEC+ announced a cut in oil production, sending gas prices spiking 'The trip was not essentially not...
    A WOMAN has warned everyone to not live with men, after her bloke has had his laundry hanging outside since August. Over the last few years, the number of singletons has risen, with many choosing to not date anyone and live by themselves - and according to one woman, Emily Shires, from Leeds, there might be a very good reason for that. 4Emily's boyfriend, Ben, has left his socks hanging outside since AugustCredit: TikTok/@emilyshires1 4Furious, Emily took it to TikTok to warn othersCredit: TikTok/@emilyshires1 The 25-year-old mobile barber took it to TikTok to share her frustration after finding her partner's clothes still hanging on the washing line months after he had put them there. ''This is just a little announcement as to why men are the f*****g worst to live with. ''So here are Ben's socks,'' she said whilst filming the two pairs of socks outside. ''He hung them out in August, which was over two months ago. read more relationship storiesSWIPED OUT I'm a savvy senior exec but fell for Tinder Swindler who stole $65k on 1st dateMEGA RULES...
    PAIGE SPIRANAC left fans jaw-dropped as she named her five biggest sporting upsets. Spiranac, who is an Instagram Golf Influencer, was sat in a very low-cut shirt during a video on her social media pages. 4Paige Spiranac wowed fans in a low cut top 4Ex-golf pro Spiranac was voted Maxim's 'sexiest woman alive' for 2022Credit: Getty Images - Getty In the video, she reeled off her five biggest sporting upsets, but some fans were focused on something else. Spiranac's revealing look saw her with just one button done up on her shirt. And one fan joked: "I kinda feel sorry for that button. "Doing everything possible to hang on." READ MORE SPORTSIDE HUSTLE KSI and Logan Paul given shot at football career as scouts watch Sidemen Match Spiranac has a following of 3.6million on her Instagram page and almost 680,000 on her Twitter page at the time of writing. Recently she trolled US Golfer Bryson DeChambeau after he met his match in an embarrassing encounter with a piece of rope. Spiranac struck a...
    by Michael McKenna   There has been a lot of talk during this election cycle about “voter enthusiasm;” which side has it, what are its causes, and what might it all mean for the final result. Much of it is propaganda that should be ignored, but there are some numbers and data that can help illuminate the terrain. All that attention is appropriate, given that each and every election depends entirely on who shows up to vote. Let’s start with the propaganda. Lots of attention has been focused on the Morning Consult’s time series on voter enthusiasm, which, at the moment, gives the Republicans a slight edge in voter enthusiasm, with 65% of the self-identified Republicans indicating that they are very excited about voting this year. The Democrats are trailing a bit, with only 62% of their folks saying that are excited about voting. If you don’t like those results, wait a minute or two. Morning Consult has been asking about voter enthusiasm for about 18 months now, and the answer has bounced around quite a bit. Way back...
    A FASHION fan has shared how purchasing just two pairs of coloured heels will totally transform your wardrobe.   And the shades might surprise you as it’s not the typical black or tan, but a vibrant colour that elevates each and every outfit.  3A fashion fan has shared the heels you should be looking forCredit: Kristine Fernandez - Tiktok Style guru Kristine Fernandez, who can be found on TikTok at @missfernandez_, updated her followers during a series called “How I became more stylish”. In the post, which has been liked almost 80,000 times, Kristine wrote: “As it turns out, red, in its primary shade, is the colour that goes with the colours outside of ‘pastel’ and ‘neon’ versions.” She then told her 347,000 fans that incorporating red shoes into her closet - plus one other pair - meant she’d gone from “having nothing to wear” to “something to wear”. Kristine explained: “I added two colours to my shoe collection, which don’t seem like they would go with everything – red and white.” Before her followers could ask for more information on...
    According to a recent study, pregnant women are more likely to suffer the heartbreak of a miscarriage during the summer. Calling for 'medical guidance and public health messaging' to 'consider the potential effects of heat on the health of pregnant people and their babies', researchers behind the eight-year project tracked the pregnancies of 6,000 women in the U.S. Miscarriage rates peaked in June, July and August — the traditional summer months in the Northern Hemisphere, analysis by a research team led by Boston University showed.   The highest seasonal difference was logged in August, when miscarriage rates were 44 higher than in February.  The trend was strongest for miscarriages that occurred before eight weeks, when a foetus is still the size of a raspberry. According to a recent study, pregnant women are more likely to suffer the heartbreak of a miscarriage during the summer (stock image) Experts believe extreme heat or lifestyle factors during warmer weather could be to blame — but they said further research is needed. RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 2 Next Father...
    When it comes to eating healthily, it seems there's a new piece of advice every week. Take eggs. Once demonised for being high in cholesterol, they gained hero status when protein-rich diets became the holy grail for weight loss. No wonder we're so confused. But a new study could be the definitive guide that we've all been looking for. Researchers from the U.S. have created the Food Compass, which, they say, is the most comprehensive system ever devised to assess the nutrition content of what we eat. The team in Boston spent three years looking at more than 8,000 foods and drinks, from melon to a McDonald's, and used cutting-edge science to rank them according to 54 different attributes. They gave each food a score between 1 and 100 — the higher the score, the healthier the food. Foods scoring between 100 and 70 are encouraged, those between 69 and 31 should be eaten only in moderation, while anything under 30 is bad news. Researchers from the U.S. have created the Food Compass, which, they say, is the most comprehensive...
    A MIDSIZE fashion lover has gone viral after sharing a quite unsuccessful ASOS haul. Online shopping - it can be either a hit or a total miss, and unfortunately for one woman, the haul ended up with the latter. 5The clip has taken the internet by storm, with close to 390,000 viewsCredit: Tiktok/@bella.inizio 5Jade very quickly realised this trendy number was completely see-throughCredit: Tiktok/@bella.inizio Looking to give her wardrobe a fresh, little update, Jade, who goes by @bella.inizio on TikTok, decided to have a scroll on ASOS website. There, she stumbled across a few stunning garments, which the UK size 12 fashion lover put in her basket and patiently waited for the goodies to be delivered. Jade, who has more than 211,000 followers on her social media page, then shared the try-on haul - and it's safe to say, not everything was a hit. First up on the list, she demonstrated in the viral video, was a stunning, figure-hugging dress in pale yellow. read more fashion storiesAISLE SAY The perfect wedding guest dress from Zara - it's so pretty and...
    A WOMAN trying to prove that "hair is everything" has stunned TikTok viewers with her incredible glow-up video. She took to the social media site to share a clip which began with footage of her before her makeover. 2A woman has stunned TikTok viewers by revealing her amazing glow-up video, in a bid to prove that "hair is everything"Credit: TikTok/@unload2001 2She went from mousy brown shoulder length hair to an edgy peroxide blonde cropCredit: TikTok/@unload2001 It showed her with mousy brown, shoulder length hair, and round glasses, with the words "proof that hair is everything" written over the top. The video then showed the woman as she looks now - wearing the same glasses but with an edgy peroxide blonde cropped 'do. People in the comments section were quick to comment on her incredible new look, with some even questioning whether or not it was the same person. "Wow. That’s a whole different person there. Fabulous by the way," one wrote. Read more Glow Up stories WHO'S THAT MAN? People left ‘flabbergasted’ as woman...
    THOUGH they're marked on the exterior with 'THROW AWAY – DO NOT EAT,' silica gel packets can be a handy tool to have on hand for a number of home hacks. You can use them to protect everything from phones to vacation gear, so don't throw them away (or snack on them, either). 1Experts say you can use silica gel packets to restore and protect valuablesCredit: Getty The next time you open a new pair of shoes or a bag of your favorite snack, follow the advice of experts at Popular Science and fish out the little bags of silica gel to set aside. "The jewelry-like silica gel beads are a desiccant," the experts explained, "a category of materials used to keep products dry by attracting water to their surface." Because the gel beads adsorb water (attract it to the surface), but don't absorb it, you can use them to draw moisture away from other materials without creating a mess of waterlogged baggies. For example, you can store your birth certificates, passports, and other important documents with silica gel...
    LinkedIn co-founder Reid Hoffman recently jumped into the fray to defend fellow billionaire Elon Musk against former President Donald Trump - blasting the former White House occupant as a 'spoiled rich kid' and 'sore loser.'   'Elon's a classic immigrant story - an entrepreneur with a real record of success. Started EV revolution w/Tesla, resurrected US rocket industry w/SpaceX, fighting climate change while promoting American innovation,' Reid said on Twitter. 'Trump, OTOH, is a spoiled rich kid who bankrupts everything he touches. Including the US economy.  Scroll down for video  LinkedIn cofounder Reid Hoffman blasted former President Donald Trump as he defended Elon Musk recently in a Twitter thread 'His career highlight was pretending to be a successful entrepreneur on a TV show, instead of being one in real life like Elon. 'Personally, I support people working to build a better future for America and the world. RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next 'It felt a lot like Wolf of Wall Street': Ex-Tesla worker... Tesla Autopilot head Andrej Karpathy leaves as company faces... Share this...
    A BEAUTY lover with long nails has revealed the two things she is not able to do - and no, it's not going to the toilet. When it comes to long and glam nails, most people tend to assume that they're impractical and will leave you unable to perform daily tasks. 4The beauty lover can do almost everything... apart from two daily tasksCredit: TikTok/@scarlet_may.1 4Scarlet took it to TikTok to reveal what it's like living with long nailsCredit: TikTok/@scarlet_may.1 But according to Scarlet May, a young woman from the US, this is not the case - she is able to do just about anything... apart from two things. The popular TikTok user took it to her social media page to explain how she still functions with long nails ''while being a bad bi*h''. ''I can do anything, but I will admit there's two things I cannot do,'' she said in the viral video. The first task she now finds a struggle is opening canned drinks. read more beauty storiesLASHED OUT Lash tech proudly shows off her £250 lashes but trolls...
    From technology to access to  all the gadgets imaginable to make life run smoother, there's so many advantages to living in the modern world, but sometimes it's easy to wonder if things have gone a little too far.  Bored Panda has rounded up a selection of images from around the world shared by the Humans of Capitalism Instagram account, which aims to expose the dystopian side of the world we live in.  They've been snapped by people who saw something strange and it made them question the reality we're living in, and even their faith in humanity.  For instance, one motorist spotted a group of men stopping to take a selfie at the scene of a car smash, while elsewhere a woman posed to snap a picture while standing on the roof of a sinking car, proving that for some there's nothing more important than social media likes.  In a similar vein, others despaired over a woman who paused to take a seductive picture while sprawled over a crucifix, while someone else's heart sank at the sight of a bulletproof...
    Mario Tama/Getty Images President Joe Biden responded on Sunday to the bipartisan deal on a set of gun safety measures reached by 20 senators. Biden said the bill “does not do everything that I think is needed, but it reflects important steps in the right direction.” The bipartisan proposal, led by Senators Chris Murphy (D-CT), Krysten Sinema (D-AZ), Thom Tillis (R-NC) and  John Cornyn (R-TX), would enhance background checks for people under 21 and increase funding for mental health and school safety. In his statement, Biden thanked the senators who reached the agreement: I want to thank Senator Chris Murphy and the members of his bipartisan group—especially Senators Cornyn, Sinema, and Tillis—for their tireless work to produce this proposal. Obviously, it does not do everything that I think is needed, but it reflects important steps in the right direction, and would be the most significant gun safety legislation to pass Congress in decades. With bipartisan support, there are no excuses for delay, and no reason why it should not quickly move through the Senate and the House. Each day that passes, more children are killed in this...
    Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen on Tuesday claimed the Biden administration has exhausted efforts to reduce energy costs for American citizens. Gas soared to a tenth day consecutive record high of $4.91 per gallon on Tuesday. Prices have more than doubled since former President Donald Trump left office. Speaking at the Senate Finance Committee, Yellen said “the administration has done everything that they can” to reduce energy prices. Yellen did not mention Biden’s war on American energy, which includes driving up private and public financing costs of oil drilling, halting drilling on public lands, and canceling the Keystone pipeline. Instead, Yellen claimed the energy price shocks were due to the coronavirus and the war in Ukraine. “We currently face macroeconomic challenges, including unacceptable levels of inflation as well as the headwinds associated with the disruptions caused by the pandemic’s effect on supply chains, and the effects of supply side disturbances to oil and food markets resulting from Russia’s war in Ukraine,” Yellen claimed. Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen concedes Biden has no plan to lower gas prices: "the administration has done everything that they can." Gas prices have more than DOUBLED since...
    A man claiming to be one of the seven jurors in Johnny Depp and Amber Heard's defamation trial has lifted the lid on their deliberations - saying they felt Heard was unreliable and a gaslighter, calling her 'a crazy woman', and describing her as the 'instigator' of the marital violence. The juror began his TikTok video by saying he wanted to remain anonymous. When someone questioned why they should believe him, he replied: 'The world is a better place with curiosity and being speculative. Being speculative about information is one of the best things about science! Just being a skeptic in general, and questioning everything has led to a lot of scientific and personal truths.' He then proceeded to explain their deliberations, describing Heard as a poor witness and saying they found Depp far more credible. 'What would you say was the moment that you were like NOPE.. if she's lying about this she's lying about everything?' asked one TikTok user. He replied: 'I would say the donation/ pledge to charity.' Heard had promised to donate half of her $7...
    Kanye West had no idea ex-wife Kim Kardashian already had the only copy of her second sex tape – and didn’t know she released Kim Kardashian: Superstar herself, DailyMail.com can reveal. Speaking in an exclusive interview with DailyMail.com, her former lover Ray J, 41, said the Yeezy boss only got the truth about what really happened during their meet-up in October. The October 8 meeting at Los Angeles International Airport was portrayed in the Kardashians’ new Hulu show as the moment Kanye retrieved the tape – despite it always being in Kim’s possession. Yesterday, DailyMail.com revealed the existence of the second sex tape which is listed on the contract she signed with Vivid Entertainment as ‘Tape: Santa Barbara sex’.  In the second part of his exclusive interview with DailyMail.com Ray J reveals that Kanye West had no idea that ex-wife Kim had been in on the deal to 'leak' her sex tape in 2007 On the Hulu shows Kanye flies to LA and back to New York with a computer containing the unreleased sex tape. But Ray J says there...
    (CBS DETROIT) – Madison Heights Mayor Roslyn Grafstein says although Electro-Plating Services made headlines in December 2019 following a chemical spill on I-696, the business raised concerns in the city for years.   READ MORE: Pistons, CODE313 Hosts ‘STEAM SLAM’ To Expose Students To Tech and Tech Careers“Our legal team has been trying to get this condemned, trying to get this cleaned-up but the current owner has continuously fought us every step of the way,” Grafstein said.   The green ooze that was found leaking on the highway is hexavalent chromium, a carcinogen.   The public health hazard pushed city council to approve for the site to be demolished.   “We have some funding from the state and from the county to help with demolition costs,” Grafstein said.   “A few weeks ago, council approved a contractor who is skilled in this type of demolition.”   The process kicked-off Friday, but it will take weeks to flatten the structure. READ MORE: Man From Alpena Wins $1M Mega Millions Prize  “Because of the nature of the contamination, it’s not just oh, it’s...
    Reishi mushroom is all over the health world. Most likely, you’ve seen it stamped across a tin of mysterious superfood powder in the health aisle or listed as an ingredient in your new tincture or elixir. So, what’s up with reishi mushroom, and why is it so friggin’ popular? Well, the reishi mushroom is … well … a mushroom, but it happens to be one that’s got quite a long lineage. Reishi mushroom has been noted in ancient and alternative medicines thousands of years old. This fungi has some powerful health benefits and also happens to be high in those body-loving antioxidants. Let’s take a deep dive into this wonderful ingredient! What is Reishi Mushroom? tassilo111/Pixabay Alright, reishi mushroom is a mushroom, but where does it come from, and how are you supposed to consume it? Reishi mushrooms — referred to as Ganoderma lucidum — are most commonly used in Eastern medicines and have been used in “traditional medicine practices for more than 2,000 years.” As popular as these mushrooms have become in the western world, they’re quite rare, growing “at...
    Blocked blood vessels cause millions of heart attacks and strokes around the world every year. However, doctors are now clogging blood vessels deliberately as a way to treat conditions as diverse as arthritic knees and prostate trouble. The procedure — arterial embolisation — involves completely shutting off blood supply to parts of the body by injecting materials to act as a dam. Embolisation was first developed in 1970, when an American doctor called Charles Dotter used a clot from a patient's blood to block an artery in his stomach to halt life-threatening gastric bleeding. Since then, the method has evolved to use materials such as tiny plastic beads or metal coils to form a permanent blockage to shut off blood flow. Its big appeal is that it can often be performed under local anaesthetic and has relatively few side-effects — it also allows access to parts of the body that surgeons sometimes cannot reach. Embolisation was first developed in 1970, when an American doctor called Charles Dotter used a clot from a patient's blood to block an artery in his...
    TRADER Joe’s stores are renowned for their nautical theme that inspires its décor and job titles. A worker, who says they’ve been employed by the store for at least a decade, revealed staff use bells to communicate with employees. 3Trader Joe's is renowned for its nautical themeCredit: Getty 3Staff wear Hawaiian shirts and ring bells to communicate with workersCredit: Alamy Trader Joe’s has more than 500 stores nationwide and workers are not formally known as employees. They are crew members. The store uses job titles captain, mate, merchant, and crew. Crew members are responsible for making shoppers' experiences as fun as possible. They do different tasks - from running the cash register to stocking shelves. read more on trader joesRINGS A BELL I work at Trader Joe’s & we use secret code to communicate with cashier’s bellFRUITY DEAL I'm Trader Joe's CEO and single bananas are 19 cents due to one shopper Merchants are chosen from crew members and they’re considered to be the “champions” of customer service, according to the Trader Joe’s website. Mates are assistant store leaders. They...
    Is Prince Andrew really so cretinous and conniving that he would allow his mother to risk her impeccable reputation to aid his delusional fantasies of a comeback? Sadly, the answer is, absolutely, without any doubt. Yesterday, in front of the world's media, the disgraced Duke of York used a frail 95-year-old to return to the public stage where he is convinced he belongs – and I wasn't even slightly surprised. After all, in the days after his father Prince Philip's death a year ago, I revealed how he immediately began plotting to use the tragedy to take the spotlight and then did appear in front of the TV cameras, ignoring the wishes of his relatives and royal courtiers. It takes a uniquely twisted individual to use the bereavement of a parent to plot a resurgence. Is Prince Andrew really so cretinous and conniving that he would allow his mother to risk her impeccable reputation to aid his delusional fantasies of a comeback? Sadly, the answer is, absolutely, without any doubt. Pictured: The Duke of York walks The Queen into Westminster...
    Although Prince Philip embodied traditional beliefs and values, in many ways he was also a man ahead of his time.  Among his thought-provoking and sometimes radical views were the absolute necessity of protecting the environment and the unique importance of the individual spirit if we want to tackle social ills. A Question Of Balance, from which we take these extracts ahead of Tuesday’s memorial service for him, was one of many books setting out his wide-ranging views.  Even though it was written 40 years ago, the Prince’s opinions still have a powerful resonance today.  I make no claim to being a philosopher, but every now and again I am invited to address an audience on any subject of my choosing. All the arguments have to be dredged up from personal experience and study, and this forces me to reflect and to order my thoughts. Every philosophical discussion presents arguments for and against, which have to be weighed. This is particularly so at a time when people seem only too ready to take their point of view to extremes. I believe...
    President Joe Biden pivoted from high gas prices and the Russian invasion of the Ukraine on Tuesday to a more personal issue - veterans' health care. Biden was in Fort Worth, Texas, to meet with veterans and their caregivers and push for more help for members of the military who face health problems after exposure to burn pits.  'We don't know enough yet about burn pits and the connection between these diseases that our veterans are suffering,' the president said but noted he was committed to pushing for more funding for the issue.  It's a personal issue for Biden, whose son Beau died of brain cancer in 2015. Biden has said he believes there could be a connection to the burn pits Beau was stationed near during his time in Iraq and his illiness. 'We don't know for sure if a burn pit was the cause of his brain cancer, or the diseases of so many of our troops,' Biden said in his speech. 'But I'm committed to finding out everything we can.' 'But we only have one truly sacred...
    The temperature in Mariupol will drop below freezing once again tonight. And the residents of the besieged Ukrainian port will have to endure this in their makeshift underground shelters without heating, without electricity and without water, as the Russians have cut off supplies. They need food, too, but all the Russians send are missiles and bombs.  Red Cross volunteers, trying to use one of the alleged safe corridors in and out of the city, found it strewn with landmines. For Vladimir Putin, no tactic, however repulsive, is off the table. Ukrainian refugees arrive in Berlin from Poland. So far more than 1.5 million people have fled Ukraine since the Russian invasion on February 24 A Ukrainian soldier helps evacuees gathered under a destroyed bridge in Irpin, northwest of Kyiv. Russian president Vladimir Putin has been heavily criticised for his troops bombing civilian areas Having failed so far to win militarily in the face of heroic resistance, he has now decided to bomb ordinary Ukrainians to pieces or starve them to death.  Hundreds of thousands of lives are at risk —...
    Angelina Jolie says it is vital that 'everything possible is done' to support those fleeing their homes in Ukraine. The Hollywood star and humanitarian - who was appointed the Special Envoy to the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees in 2012 - is 'praying' for Ukrainians after Russia's President Vladimir Putin launched an unprecedented attack on the country on Thursday. On Instagram, Angelina, 46, wrote: 'Like many of you, I'm praying for the people in Ukraine.' Help is needed: Angelina Jolie says it's vital that 'everything possible is done' to support those fleeing their homes in Ukraine. Seen on February 9 in Washington DC Hard to look at: The Hollywood star and humanitarian - who was appointed the Special Envoy to the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees in 2012 - is 'praying' for Ukrainians after Russia's President Vladimir Putin launched an unprecedented attack on the country on Thursday. A bombed building in Kyiv 'My focus along with my @refugees colleagues is that everything possible is done to ensure the protection and basic human rights of those displaced, and refugees in the...
    An expert has revealed how emotional blind spots can hold you back in both your personal and your work life without you even realising.  Frederique Murphy, a British leadership mindset strategist and author of Lead Beyond The Edge: The Bold Path to Extraordinary Results told Femail that these blind spots are caused by a lack of awareness when it comes to certain points of our personality.  She added that these can be just as dangerous to your well-being as vehicle blind spots are to drivers, and that there are solutions you can use to to avoid a an emotional crash.  Frederique explained how pinpointing the areas of your life that are not making happy, identifying your thought patterns and shifting your perspective can help you identifying these blind sports and do away with them for good.  Do you suffer from emotional blind spots? Frederique Murphy, a British leadership mindset strategist and author of Lead Beyond The Edge: The Bold Path to Extraordinary Results told Femail that these blind spots are caused by a lack of awareness when it comes to certain...
    Screenshot via Twitter. Turning Point USA founder Charlie Kirk ripped into Californians on Wednesday, calling them “locusts” that are going to destroy states like Montana and Utah – Republican strongholds. “Here’s my provocative take: the people of Montana should say you’re not welcome here,” Kirk said on his online show, after lamenting the numbers of Californians leaving places like San Francisco for the big sky state. “Don’t bring your values and your Berkeley worldview to this untouched slice of God’s country. They’re going to destroy Montana. They will. They’re good at it,” the pro-Trump activist added. Kirk concluded: “If this is not addressed and this migration continues — they’re like locusts, they will not stop. San Francisco, destroyed; Montana, they’ll destroy that. Then they’ll go to Utah, then they’ll go to Nevada, then they’ll go to Alaska. Whatever the last slice of heaven is, they will try to bring hell to it.” Calling them “locusts,” Charlie Kirk says Californians shouldn’t be allowed in Republican states: “Whatever the last slice of heaven is, they will try to bring hell to it”...
    Stephen Colbert went off on former President Donald Trump on Tuesday, slamming him over a report that he tried to seize voting machines after the 2020 election. “Let’s be clear, it is difficult after years of building a thick, protective callus over my heart and my brain, just to protect myself from the hot, black tar of his narcissistic, evil impulses, for me to take this information in for the gargantuan and grotesque violation of everything that this country holds dear,” Colbert said on Tuesday’s Late Show. “But I think it’s worth taking a moment right now to let this sink in, just to marinate in his madness.” Colbert, who referred to Trump as “former President Coup-ssolini,” went on to suggest that his viewers at home pause the episode to take a moment to “scream into a bag or punch a hole in the drywall.” “To be clear, the former president, still the leader of one of the two major parties, who has all of the Republicans balls in a little velvet pouch that he wears around his neck like an amulet, wanted...
    On Tuesday’s broadcast of “Fox Business Tonight,” Sen. Tommy Tuberville (R-AL) said that Democrats know that unless they pass voting legislation, they’ll get soundly defeated in the 2022 elections, “and that’s the reason they’re spending all this time on this voting rights and the filibuster and not taking care of all the things they’ve screwed up, the virus, the border, inflation, government spending. We haven’t spent any time on that.” Tuberville said, “[T]hey want to take 50 votes, pass everything they possibly can. Because they know if they don’t get some kind of voting rights act done, David, they are going to get their tails kicked next November. It’s coming, they know it’s coming, and that’s the reason they’re spending all this time on this voting rights and the filibuster and not taking care of all the things they’ve screwed up, the virus, the border, inflation, government spending. We haven’t spent any time on that.” He added, “They have not taken care of this country. They have not taken care of the American people on both sides. They’ve absolutely destroyed...
    Sparks flew between Kentucky Senator Rand Paul and Dr. Anthony Fauci during a heated moment at a Senate Health Committee COVID-19 hearing on Tuesday. President Biden's chief medical adviser erupted at the Republican lawmaker early in the hearing for attacking him 'without a shred of evidence' and blaming him for threats to him and his family's safety.   He also blamed Paul 'distorting' his messages for a recently thwarted plot to kill Fauci and numerous other Washington, DC officials and political figures.  'What happens when he gets out and accuses me of things that are completely untrue, is that all of a sudden that kindles the crazies out there, and I have life -- threats upon my life, harassments of my family, and my children? Well, I've seen phone calls, because people are lying about me,' a visibly angered Fauci said.  He and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Director Rochelle Wallensky are testifying on the government's response to the COVID-19 pandemic toward the end of its second year in front of the Senate panel. Paul, among Fauci's most vocal critics,...
    A woman who hasn't paid for groceries in nearly two years has claimed to have found cases of food that were thrown out before their best-by date while dumpster diving at her local Whole Foods.  The TikToker, who is known only as the 'Dumpster Diving Freegan,' has gone viral after sharing a video showcasing the hundreds of dollars worth of organic meat and produce that were allegedly tossed in the trash. 'Dumpster diving at Whole Foods is nothing like I've ever seen before,' she said. 'Every time I come to this particular store, I find cases of organic food that is thrown out well before its best-buy date.' Scroll down for video   TikTok user Dumpster Diving Freegan has shared a video of all the organic meat and produce she claimed to have picked up from a local Whole Foods dumpster in a single night The video showed piles of chicken, beef, and plant-based Beyond meat stacked on her table after the dumpster diving haul   'Dumpster diving at Whole Foods is nothing like I've ever seen before,' she said, though it's...
    Brown added that not everything needs to have a political motivation and that the agenda of seeing racism in everything is garbage. "Everything ain’t political, OK?" he continued. "A bunch of people are getting paid to push this racist s**t. That’s all it is.” He added, "These motherf***ers ain't got no lane they're in — they really don't got nothing to say. The only thing they get paid off of is talking about how racist it is. Them motherf***ers got good cars, good houses, good everything telling you how bad it is. Motherf***er, it don't look bad. You're driving a Benz, you're goddamn flying all over the world, you have speaking engagements, you motherf***ers got black ties and security and s**t. How you motherf***ers so bad off?" Brown even went so far as to name names. "I saw goddamn Al Sharpton, Jesse Jackson — I saw goddamn Roland Martin," he added. "Them motherf***ers got black ties, security. Them motherf***ers got a black SUV. Them motherf***ers riding in style. ... So how in the f*** is...
    Succession has told us just enough about Logan Roy’s history to know that however he’s abused his kids, it’s no worse than what he endured as a child. We know that he and his brother, Ewan, grew up in the care of their uncle, Noah. Logan still blames himself for the death of their sister, Rose—and whatever happened to him and Ewan afterward, it seared a lot of angry, red scars into his back. Logan’s scars appear in Season 1’s “Austerlitz,” which finds the Roys reunited at oldest son and certified black sheep Connor’s ranch. (The reason for the gathering? An interview-slash-photo opp designed to boost Waystar’s stock with a little publicized family therapy.) After a less than productive discussion with three rightfully frustrated children and a freshly relapsed Kendall, we observe Logan swimming laps in the pool. Marcia wraps him in a towel as he emerges—covering the keloids that cut across his back like lashes from a whip. I thought of that moment at the end of this week’s episode, “Chiantishire,” as Kendall floated face-down in an infinity pool....
    A 20-year-old who had COVID-19 said it's left her with a rare condition that makes food taste like 'garbage and sewage' - almost a year after she first tested positive for the virus. Natalia Cano, from Mendham, New Jersey, caught coronavirus in January 2021 while she was working in a food store, and she said it completely changed her sense of taste and smell. A few weeks after she recovered, she noticed that things that used to taste good started to taste like 'garbage,' 'gasoline,' or 'mold' - a condition called parosmia.  Food became so disgusting to Natalia, that she said she developed an eating disorder and would throw up any time she tried to eat.  Now, more than 10 months after recovering from the illness, she said she is still suffering from the condition, and she doesn't know if it's ever going to get better.   She broke down in tears as she opened up about it on TikTok, and the video quickly went viral - gaining millions of views in a matter of days.  A 20-year-old who had COVID-19...
    What do you get the person who thinks they have everything? Chocolate or gift cards may be your best bet, according to new research. A survey of 2,000 general population Americans found that while most (58 percent) said they’re easy to shop for during the holidays, some believe they’re impossible to shop for (5 percent). 3Most people would be happy with getting chocolates or gift cards for ChristmasCredit: Getty 3Most people feel like they have everything alreadyCredit: Getty Two in three of those impossible to shop for say it's because they’re extremely picky about what they want. Nearly half believe they either have everything they could possibly want (47 percent) or never know what to ask for (45 percent). Meanwhile, three in four people who claim to be easy to shop for during the holidays said their secret is simply being “easy to shop for.” Sixty-eight percent believe the thought behind the gift counts more than the gift itself. No matter the case, respondents said the most universally enjoyed gifts are chocolate (58 percent), holiday gift baskets (50 percent) and...
    Surprise! Black Friday Fitness Deals Came Extra Early This Year Father: Warriors would’ve drafted Josh Giddey if available No. 7 © Provided by People Courtesy HBO Max Raise your Cosmos as we make a toast because And Just Like That, the long-awaited Sex and the City 10-episode revival, is on its way! © Courtesy HBO Max Dust off your Manolos and make yourself a Cosmo because the Sex and the City sequel series And Just Like That premieres on Dec. 9 Sarah Jessica Parker, who starred as fashion-forward sex columnist Carrie Bradshaw in the original series, and her fellow cast members Cynthia Nixon and Kristin Davis have been teasing a reboot for months and announced the show's official return to HBO in January. On Instagram, Parker posted a short clip of the series, while channeling her signature Carrie Bradshaw style in the caption: "I couldn't help but wonder... where are they now?" Nixon, who'll be returning as Miranda Hobbs, followed suit and wrote: "You, me, New York...anything is possible." Davis, who'll return as Charlotte York, posted: "Anything...
    BOXER Scott Fitzgerald has told his fans 'everything is going to be OK' after worrying pictures emerged on social media on Thursday. The 29-year-old, who won the British title in the super-welterweight division two years ago, appeared to be in a desperate state after someone snapped him lying on the streets outside a pub. 2Fitzgerald has fought just once since winning the British title in 2019Credit: News Group Newspapers Ltd 2Hearn admits he is concerned by the current state of FitzgeraldCredit: Mark Robinson/Matchroom Boxing But the fighter, who has battled drug addiction in recent years, was quick to insist those concerned about him do not have anything to be worried about. Reassuring his fans, Fitzgerald released a Facebook post which read: "I mean stop kicking up a fuss guys. "I had an exhausting day haha no lie I'd had a 10/15 min straightener with an absolute rabbit of a Southpaw traveller half hour before on Ashton Park. "I'm sorry to worry my Dad and Mum but that is the only thing I'm sorry for. I took a bloody nap outside...
    BOXER Scott Fitzgerald has told his fans ‘everything is going to be OK’ after worrying pictures emerged on social media on Thursday. The 29-year-old, who won the British title in the super-welterweight division two years ago, appeared to be in a desperate state after someone snapped him lying on the streets outside a pub. News Group Newspapers Ltd 2 Fitzgerald has fought just once since winning the British title in 2019 /Mark Robinson#3/ Matchroom Boxing 2 Hearn admits he is concerned by the current state of Fitzgerald But the fighter, who has battled drug addiction in recent years, was quick to insist those concerned about him do not have anything to be worried about. Reassuring his fans, Fitzgerald released a Facebook post which read: “I mean stop kicking up a fuss guys. “I had an exhausting day haha no lie I’d had a 10/15 min straightener with an absolute rabbit of a Southpaw traveller half hour before on Ashton Park. “I’m sorry to worry my Dad and Mum but that is the only thing I’m sorry for. I...
    Chris Evans and More Stars Reveal When They Lost Their Virginity As national housing crisis spirals, cities criminalize homeless people, ban tents, close parks The NFL saw one of its most well-known personalities step down this week, with Raiders coach Jon Gruden quickly resigning in the wake of reports about a pattern of insensitive and derogatory emails. But Gruden's departure stemmed largely from an investigation that had nothing to do with him. What, exactly, was the original investigation? And could there be more dominoes to fall? © Provided by CBS Sports Sep 9, 2018; Glendale, AZ, USA; Washington Redskins owner Dan Snyder prior to the game against the Arizona Cardinals at University of Phoenix Stadium. Here's everything we know about the scandal so far: How did this scandal originate?In July 2020, amid Washington Football Team's announcement that it would drop its original nickname after 87 years, The Washington Post published a bombshell report, with 15 former female employees alleging sexual harassment by team staff over the course of 18 years. Team owner Daniel Snyder launched an investigation into his franchise's workplace...
    BALTIMORE (WJZ) — A desperate plea to find a family’s stolen army veteran funeral flag. “Words can’t even describe the pain I’m feeling right now,” said Jessika Rosado Bittner, Father’s Army Veteran funeral flag stolen. “I’m doing everything possible to get it back.” READ MORE: Baltimore Mayor Brandon Scott Tests Positive For COVID-19, Reportedly 'Feeling Fine'“I’m heartbroken. He was a great man. A military man. A man of great honor and a man of pride,” said Ricardo Bittner, husband of Jessika Rosado Bittner. Jessika Rosado Bittner said she came out to her car Sunday morning on the 1100 block of S. Ellwood Avenue in Canton by the Enoch Pratt Library to find out it was broken into sometime over the weekend. “My back door was ajar on the passenger side. And then I started noticing things weren’t there, so I started opening the next door and then the trunk and then my kids, all her stuff wasn’t in there,” said Bittner. “I had diapers for the next week, for supplies for our care provider, wipes, her day bag.” That’s when...
    With a healthy roster, the Golden State Warriors have championship aspirations this season, but their goals are being drastically hampered by Andrew Wiggins’ decision to skip the vaccine. Despite the ramifications, team leader Draymond Green won’t push Wiggins to get jabbed. “That would be like Andrew, who everyone knows previously just had a kid maybe five months ago or so now, that would be like me telling him, ‘Yo, your wife is going into labor. How dare you leave this team and not go tend to your wife?'” Green told reporters Thursday. Although remaining unvaccinated can be harmful to others, Green’s overall point is that he still considers the Covid jab decision to be a personal matter. The NBA cannot mandate the vaccine without acceptance from the Players Association, which is one of the wealthiest and most powerful unions in the country. Even players who did get vaccinated, such as Green, do not want to step on their teammates or union for skipping the jab. “We’re dealing with something that to me feels like has turned into a political...
    In the weeks before D-Day – June 6, 1944 – when more than 150,000 Allied troops stormed Normandy’s beaches, the War Cabinet had been locked in talks over a terrifying new threat. The fear – unfounded, as it turned out – was that the Nazis were preparing to unleash biological bombs containing powdered botulinum toxin on the invading armies. This micro-fine dust, once it enters the body through the eyes, nose or throat, travels deep into the nerves and muscles. The paralysis it causes starts at the head and moves down the body, affecting the limbs and, eventually, the lungs. Victims at first suffer fatigue and vertigo. Grotesque drooping of the face and slurred speech follow. The eyes may roll uncontrollably. Finally, breathing becomes laboured and, without mechanical ventilation, suffocation is inevitable. It is a horrible way to die – and an offshore wind could have carried it out to the thousands of landing craft, causing devastation well beyond the 4,400 confirmed dead that day. Today, as hard as it might be to believe, that biological weapon of war is...
    The display has a 120 mHz refresh rate, which provides less visual fatigue and that the experience when sliding your finger across the panel is maximum, with an unusual fluidity. Its main competitor, Apple, has to take note in this regard, although it is expected that the iPhone 13 already has a screen of these characteristics. Speaking of devices of more than € 1000, it is already non-negotiable. If there is one thing that stands out about this device, it is that a second screen has been incorporated. It is located on the outside, and has a 1.9 inch size. The idea of ​​the engineers and the Samsung development team has been excellent, this screen shows the time in addition to the notifications. Something that will help you not have to unfold the screen so often, helping to preserve its integrity. As for the battery, a 3300 mA battery. It has been a challenge and it is not surprising that this figure is not as high as that of other devices of the same brand. Do not forget, it is...
    08/14/2021 On at 18:39 CEST The Spanish Maverick Viñales has been left out of the Austrian GP after the harsh sanction imposed by Yamaha. The Japanese brand assured that Maverick Viñales had carried out “an irregular operation on his motorcycle that could have damaged the engine and posed a risk.” Viñales has continued to be present at the Austrian Grand Prix, watching the training sessions from off the track, and during qualifying Saturday he gave Sky an interview to talk about what happened. The Spanish pilot was sincere, for the first time, and acknowledged being “sad, very sad, because it is a very strange situation, that is the clearest fact and for me it is difficult to be in this situation, although I feel fortunate to have people around me who at the moment make me go through this situation better “. The Yamaha had already exploded against his team in the German Grand Prix where he ended with the worst result of his life, causing a subsequent break between the Japanese...
    Californians were supposed to be enjoying a carefree, vaccinated summer season before it was marred by the delta variant and catastrophic wildfires. And now there is one more really important thing you need to start focusing on: a consequential election. What once seemed like a distant bid by Republicans to unseat Gov. Gavin Newsom is now a real possibility, and every registered voter in California will have the opportunity to help decide whether the sitting governor stays or goes in the coming weeks. But in a recall election, it could end up that just a tiny fraction of the state’s roughly 40 million residents pick the next governor of the most populous state in the country, unless voters show up. In 2003, when California booted Gov. Gray Davis, only around 9 million of the state’s 15 million voters participated, and just 4.2 million picked his replacement — and this time, no world-famous actors like Arnold Schwarzenegger are on the ballot. But don’t worry if you haven’t been paying careful attention to how this all works. We’ve got you covered. Here’s...
    Spanish league Everything that is said in Spain about the apparent last attempt of the club to avoid the march of 10. By Lucas Cárdenas Utrilla 2021-08-10T04: 16: 38-0300 UEFALionel Messi in his last press conference with Barcelona. (Photo: .) Crazy hours are lived in Europe with the future of Lionel Messi. The Rosario is still without a club while at PSG they await him with open arms to close a dream team that can win everything that crosses its path. In Spain they have been ensuring that Barcelona tried minutes ago to send a counterproposal to 10. Betevé affirmed that Ferran Reverter, CEO of Barcelona, ​​would have called Jorge Messi at dawn to try to prevent his son from leaving for Paris and finish his career in Catalonia. The news exploded in the Spanish morning, where different sources confronted their positions coinciding only in one section: “The club tried to protect itself.” “Barça makes one last protest to Messi. The Argentine and the club negotiate an offer at dawn that comes after the farewell. Barça’s...