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    L: Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images, R: Brandon Bell/Getty Images President Joe Biden‘s White House pushed back on an order temporarily halting student debt discharges that was issued by an appeals court dominated by Republican judges — including four who were appointed by former President Donald Trump. In a statement emailed to Mediaite, White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre took pains to clarify the United States Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit’s unsigned order, encourage borrowers to continue applying for relief, and promising to fight back against Republicans attacking the program: Statement by Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre Tonight’s temporary order does not prevent borrowers from applying for student debt relief at studentaid.gov – and we encourage eligible borrowers to join the nearly 22 million Americans whose information the Department of Education already has. It also does not prevent us from reviewing these applications and preparing them for transmission to loan servicers. It is also important to note that the order does not reverse the trial court’s dismissal of the case, or suggest that the case has merit. It merely prevents debt...
    A WATERPARK thrill seeker filmed himself colliding at full speed with a little girl on a waterslide. Tik Tok user Adrian shared footage of the accident and insisted that lifeguards were to blame for giving him the all clear. 2The man hurtles down the waterslide 2He then hits the girl who's sitting at the bottom Video shows him jumping into the slide at the Island Waterpark in California and building up speed as he hurtles down. The footage is captioned: “They told me to go and I hit a little girl.” But after going around several bends small girl sitting at the exit of the slide and playing on her own comes into view. The girl can be heard screaming before Adrian splashes down in the pool. READ MORE IN WORLD NEWS SUPER SUSPICIOUS Kim Jong-un's 'mystery superyacht' near luxury mansion as tyrant vanishesGRASS ISN’T GREENER Neighbours want to get me evicted after I mowed their lawn by mistake "I hit a little girl!" he wrote in the video. "You can hear her scream but I'm glad she was okay! Lifeguards...
    Getty Dean Unglert & Caelynn Miller-Keyes. Caelynn Miller-Keyes and Dean Unglert found true love in 2019 on season six of “Bachelor in Paradise.” In April 2021, Miller-Keyes posted a video showing off the new Las Vegas house that she and Unglert had just purchased together.  In the video, Miller-Keyes appeared over the moon about her new home.  Unglert, on the other hand, walked in the door, rolling his eyes.Bye Bye House. Hello Van. View this post on Instagram A post shared by dean michael unglert (@deanie_babies) Prior to purchasing the house, the two had been living in Unglert’s van, traveling around the country together. Now, after just around a year of living in their house, Unglert and Miller-Keyes have gone back to their old ways.  They have decided to trade their stability for new adventures and intimate travel. Unglert announced on Instagram, on July 19, that they were “back on the road and pretty darn happy about it.”  The image accompanying the announcement shows Unglert and Miller-Keyes with their dog, Alastor, holding hands and ambling toward their...
    January 6 panel members said Sunday that the investigation is ramping up despite the upcoming primetime finale of their public hearings and previewed that recently subpoenaed Secret Service records should come by Tuesday. 'We are full speed ahead,' Democratic Representative Elaine Luria told CNN State of the Union host Dana Bash, claiming that the Thursday hearing is just the last in the first series. Fellow select committee member Zoe Lofgren also said Sunday that the panel is still considering interviewing former President Donald Trump and his ex-Vice President Mike Pence as part of the ongoing probe. She told ABC This Week host Martha Raddatz that the panel expects to receive relevant Secret Service records before Thursday's hearing that the panel subpoenaed from the agency on Friday. The House January 6 select committee demanded the Secret Service hand over 'pertinent texts' related to the Capitol attack that they believe were erased after they requested it be turned over. 'We expect to get them by this Tuesday. So we'll see,' Representative Lofgren said, adding that the panel 'needs all the texts from...
    Artūras Karnišovas isn’t overwhelmingly optimistic about Lonzo Ball’s recovery nearly six months after the Chicago Bulls point guard suffered a knee injury. The Bulls vice president of basketball operations voiced uncertainty about whether Ball will be ready for training camp during an on-air interview in the fourth quarter of Tuesday’s NBA Summer League game against the Toronto Raptors. “He’s progressing. That’s as much as I can say,” Karnišovas said during the NBA TV telecast. “He’s getting better — probably not at the speed that we would like, but he is getting better. Hopefully he’s going to be ready for training camp, (but) that’s just our hopes.” Karnišovas’ lack of optimism matched that of general manager Marc Eversley, who said on draft night last month that Ball hasn’t been able to scrimmage. Ball was sidelined in January with a meniscus injury that ultimately ended his first season in Chicago. Before the injury, he averaged 13 points, 5.1 assists and 1.8 steals, providing a smothering defensive presence that anchored the Bulls in transition. After weeks of attempting to rehabilitate without an operation,...
    CHICAGO (WLS) -- Chicago City Council is expected to vote Wednesday on a speed camera ordinance.The proposal is to increase the speed camera threshold for a ticket from 6 miles an hour to 10.The ordinance has been held up in committee meetings for a year.On Wednesday, it's expected to go before the full City Council, but not without a fight.Tuesday morning over Zoom, Finance Committee Chairman and 32nd Ward Alderman Scott Waguespack abruptly postponed the meeting on whether or not to bring the speed camera ordinance to the full City Council for a vote.In March 2021, a law implemented by Mayor Lori Lightfoot changed the city's network of speed cameras so they issue $35 tickets to drivers caught going 6 miles per hour or more over the speed limit.RELATED: Group says Chicago's new speed camera law unfairly impacts minority driversEMBED More News Videos Right now you can get a ticket for going at least 6 miles an hour over the speed limit. Cameras used to only ticket drivers going 10 miles per hour or more over the limit.Ninth Ward Alderman...
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    Getty Kansas City Chiefs new cornerback Jaylen Watson at the 2022 NFL combine. It’s not every day you get drafted into the NFL and when the team you want chooses you, well that’s just the icing on the cake. For Kansas City Chiefs seventh-round cornerback Jaylen Watson, the call on draft weekend was a dream come true in more ways than one. During a press conference after rookie minicamp, the rookie revealed the hilarious story of what he did after receiving word of his selection. ALL the latest Chiefs news straight to your inbox! Join the Heavy on Chiefs newsletter here! Join Heavy on Chiefs! ‘It’s the Chiefs!’ Play Jaylen Watson: "We're not going to lose much here I don't believe" | Press Conference 5/8CB Jaylen Watson speaks with the media during the Chiefs 2022 Rookie Minicamp Subscribe for more videos! bit.ly/2OuOUnB More Chiefs NFL action! bit.ly/2Moa1VR #KansasCityChiefs #Chiefs #NFL Follow Our Social Media! Website: chiefs.com/ Facebook: facebook.com/KansasCityChiefs Twitter: twitter.com/Chiefs Instagram: instagram.com/chiefs2022-05-08T20:55:40Z As the rounds went by, the Washington State cornerback admitted to reporters that he began...
    MILLIONS of households may be eligible for high-speed internet at no cost, thanks to a recently expanded government program. The Affordable Connectivity Program (ACP) offers $30 monthly discounts on internet costs to low-income families. 1Through the Affordable Connectivity Program, millions of Americans can get discounted or free wifi If you qualify for aid from the ACP, you could be just a phone call away from choosing a free high-speed internet plan. Here's everything you need to know about the ACP, how to apply, and which providers you can get discounts from. What is the Affordable Connectivity Program? During the pandemic, more than ever, it was recognized that people need WiFi to work, learn, and entertain themselves remotely. READ MORE ON AID PROGRAMSHELPING HAND 450,000 households to save $372 a year on energy bills under program boostMONEY TALK Thousands to receive $300 rebates in May - see if you qualify for the cash On December 31, 2021, the ACP was passed by the Biden Administration. Eligibility for the ACP is based on household income by size or participation in other government...
    Seoul, South Korea (CNN)North Korean leader Kim Jong Un vowed on Monday to ramp up his development of nuclear arms, as a military parade in Pyongyang showcased the country's most advanced weaponry yet -- including an intercontinental ballistic missile experts say puts the entire US mainland in range.The country would "strengthen and develop" its nuclear forces at the "highest possible" speed, Kim said as a Hwasong-17 ICBM, multiple giant rocket launchers, and a submarine-launched ballistic missile, were all paraded through the streets of the North Korean capital.This picture taken Monday and released from North Korea's official Korean Central News Agency on Tuesday shows Hwasong-17 intercontinental ballistic missiles during a military parade in Pyongyang.Experts said the parade -- held to mark the 90th anniversary of the founding of the North Korean army -- offered a glimpse into Kim's ambitions for his weapons program, particularly his efforts to develop solid-fueled missiles that would be easier to hide from foreign spy agencies. It also offered an insight into his mindset, they said.Any country or force that tried to confront North Korea militarily would...
    Share this: Sabrina Ionescu was called a generational talent, a transformational player, a triple-double machine and the New York Liberty’s potential savior. But that was two years ago. A severe ankle injury that cut short her rookie campaign at the WNBA bubble site in Florida and hindered her second full season is now fully healed, according to Ionescu.
    Alex Caruso and Zach LaVine were cleared to fully participate in the first Chicago Bulls practice Tuesday ahead of the NBA playoffs, somewhat easing injury concerns as the team prepares to face the Milwaukee Bucks in Game 1 Sunday. The Bulls went full speed in a series of scrimmages to prepare for their first postseason since 2017. Coach Billy Donovan said this provided an important test for LaVine’s and Caruso’s physical readiness. “It was more like a training camp practice,” Donovan said. The longevity of the Bulls’ postseason run could rely on the health of LaVine (knee) and Caruso (back), who were sporadically sidelined through the latter half of the season. LaVine began experiencing tightness and discomfort in his left knee in February, taking a week to receive injections in California before the All-Star break. LaVine maintained his offensive production despite the injury, but the lack of mobility sometimes limited his aggression slashing toward the rim. Caruso’s injury is similarly unpredictable. He returned from a seven-week long recovery for a fractured wrist only to begin experiencing back spasms last month,...
    A German fashion influencer has opened up about how she ran into a pole during Paris Fashion Week and had to wear sunglasses to every show to cover her black eye.  Caroline Daur, a model and blogger, showed off her bruised and bloody eye in a series of TikTok videos, saying she spent six hours in the hospital and had to get stitches.  The 26-year-old first revealed her injury last week when she posted a video of herself pulling down her sunglasses, writing: 'POV: You run turned into a hospital visit.' German fashion influencer Caroline Daur showed off her bruised and bloody eye in a series of TikTok videos after running into a pole during Paris Fashion Week  The 26-year-old model and blogger is pictured a few days before (L) and after her accident (R) Daur, pictured at the Givenchy show on Sunday, wore sunglasses at every fashion event she attended to cover her black eye  'Alexa play "Stitches" by Shawn Mendes,' she joked in the caption.  The video was viewed more than 1.2 million times, and many commenters wanted to...
    A conservative Christian beauty queen plunged to her death from an upscale Miami condo building after taking a mystery cannabis substance and suffering a 'breakdown,' DailyMail.com can exclusively reveal. Zoe Sozo Bethel, the 2021 winner of Miss Alabama for America Strong, began 'acting strange' before she ran at 'full speed' towards a third-floor balcony railing, according to police. Zoe, who has a five-year-old daughter, was overheard praying in the seconds before her February 10 fall and an eyewitness told officers she saw the 27-year-old jump. However Zoe's brother contradicted that account of her final moments, insisting in a police interview that his sister did not see the railing and simply slammed into it and toppled over accidentally. Zoe Sozo Bethel, 27, who represented the Cotton State in the 2021 pageant, died of head injuries last month after falling from a balcony in Miami DailyMail.com can now reveal that the beauty queen plunged to her death after taking a mystery substance and suffering a 'breakdown'  A police report obtained by DailyMail.com reveals that Zoe took an 'unknown amount of unknown suspected...
    REIGNING Miss Alabama acted "erratically" and "very strange" in the moments before she fell to her death from the third floor of her Miami condo. Zoe Sozo Bethel, 27, ran down the hallway, didn't see the balcony and flipped over side, according to police reports exclusively obtained by The Sun. 5Miss Alabama Zoe Sozo Bethel spoke about wanting to 'live life to the fullest' in tragic final posts before her deathCredit: Instagram/@zosobe 5Besides being Miss Alabama, Bethel was a conservative commentatorCredit: Instagram/Zoe Sozo Bethel 5Bethel was beloved by her family, friends and fansCredit: Instagram/Zoe Sozo Bethel Hours before the fatal plunge, she allegedly took an unknown narcotic "to relax" during dinner that she told her brother was a "small amount of cannabis," according to the police report. The beauty queen left the restaurant with her brother, complained of "feeling hot" and couldn't cool down, the report said. She showered but still felt warm and then left the apartment. Witnesses told responding police officers that she had been pacing and acting "erratically," the reports said. ...
    NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) – During Christmas 2020, churchgoers kept their distance for holiday Mass or watched virtually. It was just one example of how COVID-19 transformed how people practiced their faith. READ MORE: Federal COVID Testing Sites Open In NYC To Help With Omicron-Fueled Holiday DemandHow will this year be impacted by the virus, and now the Omicron variant? CBS2’s Mary Calvi asked Timothy Cardinal Dolan. “What are the plans for Christmas Eve Mass. Will people be able to be there in person?” Calvi asked. “Full speed ahead Mary, you bet. Look, practice makes perfect, and these last 22 months we’ve learned to do it right. So we’re safe, we’re secure, we’re healthy, we’re taking all the precautions. The crowds are coming back. The folks are happy to be there, and we’re open for a full schedule,” Dolan said. READ MORE: Passenger Killed In Suspected Road Rage Shooting In The Bronx“Are there any concerns about the crowds and whether additional precautions should be taken in regards to social distancing? Is there masking at this time?” Calvi asked. “First of all,...
    NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) – During Christmas 2020, churchgoers kept their distance for holiday Mass or watched virtually. It was just one example of how COVID-19 transformed how people practiced their faith. READ MORE: Federal COVID Testing Sites Open In NYC To Help With Omicron-Fueled Holiday DemandHow will this year be impacted by the virus, and now the Omicron variant? CBS2’s Mary Calvi asked Timothy Cardinal Dolan. “What are the plans for Christmas Eve Mass. Will people be able to be there in person?” Calvi asked. “Full speed ahead Mary, you bet. Look, practice makes perfect, and these last 22 months we’ve learned to do it right. So we’re safe, we’re secure, we’re healthy, we’re taking all the precautions. The crowds are coming back. The folks are happy to be there, and we’re open for a full schedule,” Dolan said. READ MORE: Passenger Killed In Suspected Road Rage Shooting In The Bronx“Are there any concerns about the crowds and whether additional precautions should be taken in regards to social distancing? Is there masking at this time?” Calvi asked. “First of all,...
    Climate campaigners on Wednesday said a new report from the United Nations and several leading research institutes offers a "damning indictment" of governments around the world, showing that more than a dozen countries plan to continue producing fossil fuels in the coming decade at a rate that could make it impossible to limit the heating of the globe to the 1.5°C threshold. "Recent announcements by the world's largest economies to end international financing of coal are a much-needed step in phasing out fossil fuels. But... there is still a long way to go to a clean energy future." With less than two weeks to go until the U.N. Climate Change Conference (COP 26), the U.N. Environment Program (UNEP) joined with the Stockholm Environment Institute (SEI), International Institute for Sustainable Development (IISD), Overseas Development Institute (ODI), and E3G to publish the 2021 Production Gap Report, showing that countries plan to produce about 110% more fossil fuels in 2030 than would be consistent with limiting global heating. The yearly Production Gap Report was first released in 2019. Since then, numerous reports have...
    New York Yankees shortstop Gio Urshela may have made the defensive play of the year against the Tampa Bay Rays Sunday given the gravity of the final day of the 2021 regular season. The Yankees had the shift on for Rays batter Austin Meadows in the top of the sixth inning. Meadows popped the ball up in foul territory. Urshela and catcher Gary Sanchez gave chase. CLICK HERE FOR MORE SPORTS COVERAGE ON FOXNEWS.COM Gio Urshela ran full speed to track the ball down. (Neville E. Guard-USA TODAY Sports) It appeared Sanchez was going to let the ball drop into the Rays dugout. But Urshela sprinted near the top of the dugout, caught the ball and dove onto the Rays’ bench. The umpire ruled that Urshela caught the ball in one of the most amazing plays of the year. Gary Sanchez of the New York Yankees reacts after striking out in the bottom of the third inning against the Tampa Bay Rays at Yankee Stadium on October 03, 2021 in New York City. (Photo by Mike Stobe/Getty Images)...
    Washington — Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer said Wednesday the Senate is moving "full speed ahead" on a sweeping $3.5 trillion spending package, rejecting a suggestion from Democratic Senator Joe Manchin, whose support for the plan is crucial, that Congress take a "strategic pause" on the legislation. "We're moving full speed ahead," Schumer told reporters in a press call when asked whether the Senate would hit pause on the bill. "We want to keep going forward." Democratic-led congressional committees are crafting their respective portions of the massive $3.5 trillion bill that will encompass plans for expanding Medicare, child and elder care, universal pre-K and the environment. The legislation is the second prong of Democrats' two-track strategy for enacting key pillars of the president's economic agenda, with the $1 trillion bipartisan infrastructure bill approved by the Senate last month. Both the House and Senate passed last month a budget blueprint that unlocks the process Democrats are using to draft and pass the legislative package with 51 votes, without needing support from Republicans. But with Democrats holding just 50 seats in...
    Washington (CNN)Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer said Wednesday that Democrats are moving "full speed ahead" on the $3.5 trillion budget reconciliation bill despite the call for a "strategic pause" and smaller price tag from moderate Democratic Sen. Joe Manchin of West Virginia."We're moving full speed ahead," Schumer said on a call with reporters. "We are moving forward on this bill."Schumer's remarks come nearly a week after Manchin asked for the pause on the timeline Democratic leaders have laid out for the budget reconciliation bill. Manchin has also been privately suggesting to his colleagues that $1 trillion-$1.5 trillion is the price tag he could accept in the Democrats' reconciliation bill, according to a source who has spoken to him. He also suggested the 2017 tax law — which he opposed — could be amended to raise enough taxes to ensure the bill is fully paid for, the source said.Schumer dismissed these concerns to reporters on the call Wednesday. Read More"There are some in my caucus who believe $3.5 trillion is too much. There are some in my caucus who believe it's...
    With these new kits, unstable WiFi connections are a thing of the past thanks to the innovative combination of mesh WiFi and G.hn technology. The new Devolo Mesh WiFi 2 product line brings the most advanced WiFi technology into the home, while keeping unstable connections out of the game. The user experience is simple: once plugged in, the adapters connect automatically through automatic pairing and instantly turn any outlet into an Internet access point. Two or three adapters The new Devolo Mesh WiFi 2 kits consist of two or three WiFi mesh adapters (called Starter Kit and Multiroom Kit, respectively) that provide complete network coverage throughout the home. Therefore, the router’s WiFi feature can (and, according to the company) should be turned off forever. On most routers, this can be done by simply pressing a button. Older router users will mainly benefit from this, since to take advantage of the latest mesh features they will not have to replace their current device with a new and expensive one. Instead, the Mesh WiFi 2 system handles all wireless data...
    In this article, ComputerHoy could receive a commission for your purchases. More information. If you’re tired of juggling so as not to drain your SSD’s capacity, maybe it’s time to take the leap. There is an SSD of no less than 2TB that will also allow you to do it at full speed. It is common for gamers who have an SSD capacity less than 1TB to end up having a bad time, simply because there are already games that occupy up to 200GB, an upward race that does not stop climbing. That is why in the long term it is profitable to invest in a higher capacity unit if you find it on sale, because that way you can install more and more games without having to worry about storage. Right now one of those opportunities is presented, and not in just any SSD but in a fairly fast one, the 2TB Corsair MP400 that Amazon has lowered to 228 euros. This NVMe type solid state drive is ideal for working with very demanding applications and games due...
    Madonnas Daughter Lourdes Leon Says She Paid for College Herself: Im Not This Talentless Rich Kid Dow, S&P 500 hit records early Friday after better-than-expected jobs report © Provided by NBC Sports Replay Video SETTINGS OFF HD HQ SD LO Skip Ad Nick Sirianni’s first training camp as Eagles head coach features one notable departure from past seasons. Teams are permitted to be on the practice field for two and a half hours each day, but the Eagles have been wrapping up their sessions in under two hours this summer. During his Thursday press conference, Sirianni was asked about that change. Sirianni said the team has “so much ability on the field” and is trying to find ways to make sure everyone is available on game days because “that ability is worth nothing” otherwise. He said the team is “highly organized” and “practicing hard” to maximize the time on the field, which leaves him confident that they’ll be as prepared as they need to be for the season. “Availability, again, first of all, player health is the first thing,”...
    More On: COVID vaccine Famed New York chefs sweet on de Blasio’s vaccination rules Blas’ mandate to show proof of jabs could prove another disaster for NYC businesses NYC’s new vaccine policy erases kids from public life COVID-19 optimism in US sinks as cases surge: poll The FDA is ramping up its timeline to fully approve Pfizer-BioNTech’s two-shot COVID-19 vaccine, amid the surge of infections gripping much of the US. Health officials have an unofficial deadline of Labor Day or sooner to fully approve the manufacturers’ vaccine, which is now one of three approved on an emergency basis in the US, according to The New York Times. That accelerated timetable would require an “all-hands-on-deck approach” to green light the vaccine several weeks before President Biden’s stated goal of early fall, the report said. The government’s official rubber stamp is considered a tool to drive up stagnant vaccinate rates as cases soar, because a number of private and public agencies are expected to require vaccinations once doses are fully approved, according to the outlet. Officials also hope final approval...
    The Olympic women’s basketball tournament is picking up speed, entering its third day of competition on July 29. We get you up to speed and provide you with all of the live stream and broadcast info you need.  With the completion of the women’s 3×3 competition coming to a close and Team USA women taking home the first-ever gold medal in the event, our palates are ready for full-on organized Olympic women’s basketball. Personally, I think this will be one of the best women’s tournaments we’ll see in the past few Olympic Cycles. So far, the games have been relatively close, save for a few blowouts, but it’s been entertaining and competitive. This could partially be attributed to how to spread out the talent is between European Leagues and the WNBA respectfully, providing opportunities for an even playing field. This makes for an entertaining tournament, but how can you tune into the Olympic women’s basketball tournament?Broadcast and live stream info for the Olympic women’s basketball tournamentDate: July 26-August 8Time: VariesTV Channel: NBCLive Stream: NBC Olympics, Peacock, FuboTV If you need to get up to speed,...
    Rescue crews work at the site of the partly collapsed condo building in Florida after the remaining structure was demolished. Lynne Sladky/Associated Press Another body has been pulled from the rubble of the collapsed condo tower in Surfside, Florida.  The confirmed death toll in the June 24 disaster is now at 28.  Officials said the demolition of the remaining building structure has made it easier for search-and-rescue crews. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Another body has been pulled from the rubble of the partly collapsed condo tower in Surfside, Florida, increasing the confirmed death toll to 28, officials said on Monday.   There are still 117 people unaccounted for in the June 24 disaster at the 12-story oceanfront Champlain Towers South building, Miami-Dade County Mayor Daniella Levine Cava said at a press briefing.  The damaged remainder of the building was brought down Sunday night in a controlled demolition and officials said Monday that it has made it easier for search-and-rescue crews to navigate debris at the site and access previously unreachable areas.  "We've definitely been able to...
    Amazon begins new chapter as Bezos hands over CEO role Leading and Lagging Indicators: What They Are and Why They Matter It's been nearly two months since he proposed to former Bachelorette star Kaitlyn Bristowe, but Jason Tartick is still on cloud nine. © Provided by People Alexander Tamargo/Getty "The engagement high is still a high!" Tartick, 32, tells PEOPLE. "It still seems surreal in the best way possible." The couple got engaged in May while recording an episode of Bristowe's Off the Vine podcast. Bristowe was told she would be interviewing a special guest, only to be surprised by a proposal.  And Tartick says wedding plans are already underway. "The process has started," says Tartick. "We are full speed ahead which is so exciting. And we're both so excited about the next steps of our lives." RELATED: Kaitlyn Bristowe Wants a Super-Glam, Great Gatsby-Like Wedding: 'So Opposite of What I Thought' © Provided by People Steph Sorenson Photography Want to get the biggest stories from PEOPLE every weekday? Subscribe to our new podcast, PEOPLE Every Day, to get the essential celebrity, entertainment and human interest news stories...
    More On: tom brady Another GOAT record: Brady rookie card sells for $3.1M Tom Brady loves Phil Mickelson sipping wine out of Wanamaker Trophy Aaron Rodgers won’t love what Bucs coach put Tom Brady up to Tom Brady owns up to most ‘confusing’ moment in TikTok video Sometimes, it feels like Tom Brady is immortal. After a “serious” offseason knee surgery, the 43-year-old quarterback took the field and “went full speed” during the Tampa Bay Buccaneers’ first day of mandatory minicamp. “He looked fine. I had to pull him out a couple [times],” coach Bruce Arians told the media Tuesday. “That first period, I said, ‘Okay, you can have four [reps].’ And he kept begging to go back in. But the only thing I didn’t want him in was the blitz period, where some guys might get around him too quick.” Brady was cleared by team doctors to practice and told Arians he felt healthy. “They both said he was good to go,” Arians said. “We’d still be careful with what we’re doing with him. Trying to stop him...
    There is no danger to integrated workshops for fear that many quarterbacks will drop their shores. The logical choice is that physical qualities are not so essential in assessing the ability of these players to lead an entire team full of the highest level athletes. Recently, a pitcher gave himself to the Combine game to prove that he is an even more serious athlete. This is Justin Herbert, the best player of the year. Measurements please At 1.98m tall and weighing 107kg, Herbert is blessed with a physique that is admired by NFL managers and coaches. Tall and strong, thanks to these two features, he has the ability to watch the game above the lines (full of very tall players) and the ability to withstand shocks in the event of dismissal. If he wasn’t considered an extraordinary jig for the NFL, Herbert would be nothing more than a consistent man to ordinary people. At almost 2 meters over 105 kg, it is a “cute baby”. Add his 84cm long arms and 25.4cm large arms suitable for catching...
    The president of the second-largest teachers union in the U.S. said her organization supports a full reopening of schools this fall, citing recent safety advancements in the country.  "There is real joy about being in school," Randi Weingarten of the American Federation of Teachers said in an interview on CBSN. "The safety protocols have really worked, but more than anything else has been the vaccines, and with all of that, that's why we said full speed ahead for September."  This week the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention expanded access to Pfizer's COVID-19 vaccine to young people age 12 and up. To date, more than one-third of all Americans have been fully vaccinated, according to the CDC.  However, a recent poll from the Kaiser Family Foundation found that just 30% of parents planned to get their kids vaccinated right away. Another 26% said they would wait and see, while 18% said they would only get the vaccine for their child if their school required it, and 23% said they would definitely not get them vaccinated.  The union president said she...
    More than a year after Covid-19 brought cruise ships to a standstill, there are clear signs that cruising could be making a comeback. The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) signaled this month that cruises may resume by mid-summer — with restrictions — in a move cheered by operators and cruise lovers. That follows months of mounting pressure from the industry, which claims it's been unfairly treated due to coronavirus restrictions, prompting Carnival to consider relocating ships and Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis to sue. Still, with government regulation and vaccination rollouts varying across the globe, seafarers have a lot to navigate. CNBC's Global Traveler took a look at what to expect from cruises in 2021.Which cruises are sailing and whereAt present, U.S. port departures remain a no-go under CDC guidelines, despite calls to restart by July 1. That includes large cruise excursions to Alaska, where governor Mike Dunleavy is threatening legal action. The Caribbean, however, is full steam ahead — so long as passengers depart from the isles. From June, Royal Caribbean will run a series of routes...
    (CNN)This is how badly John Kerry wants to persuade the world to limit the damaging effects of climate change:On Wednesday, March 31, the former senator, Democratic presidential nominee and secretary of state flew to the Middle East for four days of diplomacy on energy transformation. On Monday, April 5, he headed from the United Arab Emirates to India for four days of consultations there. That Friday, he hopped to Bangladesh for six hours of meetings before returning to Delhi that night to catch a 14-hour flight home.Landing in Newark at 4:15 a.m., that Saturday, Kerry opened his laptop in a waiting lounge and began phoning counterparts back in Asia. After reaching Washington at 9:45, he headed home for a shower and change of clothes before arriving at the White House to brief national security colleagues at noon.Kerry is 77 years old."He's going full speed," says Daniel Feldman, Kerry's chief of staff in his role as President Joe Biden's envoy on climate issues. "It's something he feels passionately about. He is single-minded ... on a mission."Read MoreKerry spent the last few...
    Bryce Young is showing off his rapport with Cameron Latu to Alabama football fans’ delight. Alabama football fans have to love what they have seen out of quarterback Bryce Young and his growing rapport with tight end Cameron Latu this spring. 2021 will be Young’s first year as the Alabama starter, as last season’s Davey O’Brien winner Mac Jones has decided to turn pro. Young was a former five-star recruit coming out of high school, but had to bide his time behind the hot hand Jones during his true freshman season. As long as he is able to connect with Latu like this, the Alabama passing game will not be skipping a beat in 2021. If this highlight-reel touchdown doesn’t get Alabama football fans fired up, what will, honestly? Bryce Young and Cameron Latu have now hooked up for touchdowns in each of Alabama’s three spring scrimmages. Connected for two in the first scrimmage, then one last week and now one already today. pic.twitter.com/yiQ1Q6iLT0 — Matt Zenitz (@mzenitz) April 17, 2021 Alabama football: Bryce Young and Cameron Latu have starred in...
    Getty Xavier Woods Xavier Woods will go from starting for the Cowboys in 2020 to starting against the Cowboys in 2021. On Saturday, the Minnesota Vikings signed the former Dallas safety to a one-year contract. NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport reports the deal is worth up to $2.25 million and that Woods is a “perfect system fit” with “high upside” in Minnesota. Which was echoed by his now-former Cowboys teammate, linebacker Justin March, an unrestricted free agent. “X in the purple and gold that’s toughhhhh. I’ve Never seen him not watching film on his iPad They got them a hell of a player and true pro,” March tweeted. But at a time when Justin Simmons is landing record-setting money and the likes of John Johnson are scoring $11 million annually, it says something that Woods — a 48-game starter — had to settle for an incentive-laden prove-it pact amid the second wave of the NFL’s signing period. Woods’ tape with the Cowboys strongly suggested “JAG,” and his commitment from the Vikings, despite a media-driven narrative, seems to confirm just...
    Restaurants are filling up, traffic has resumed, cinemas are reopening their doors. In the United States, the immunization machine is on and life is back on track. With LéNA, discover the best of European journalism.
    AMERICANS may experiences months of delays in receiving their third stimulus checks with some even being forced to wait until 2022 to claim the full payment. The IRS began issuing the first round of the checks last week to 90 million Americans yet the agency acknowledged that it may take many more weeks for all those eligible to see the funds. 2Americans may experiences months of delays in receiving their third stimulus checksCredit: Getty The delays in receiving your third stimulus check could be caused by a range of reasons, including lags if your 2019 taxes are used by IRS to calculate your stimulus total. If the agency uses your 2019 totals but you would have been owed more stimulus money based on your 2020 taxes, the full amount may not be paid until later this year or into the next. Even small clerical errors can cause a miscalculation on the amount of money you are owed, that you may not be able to claim back until next year's tax season. There are also different...
    Xbox software beta testers in the Insider program may have a new button popping up in their UI while downloading games, apps and updates. For years, gamers have complained that downloading slows to a crawl while games are suspended, and the only way to make them go anywhere close to the full speed possible was to manually close any suspended titles.  Then the Xbox Series X introduced Quick Resume, which made it easier and faster to get back into games, but still had the same effect of sometimes slowing downloads. Xbox execs explained that the system managed resources to make sure multiplayer games have the bandwidth they need to operate, but the approach was still too aggressive in most cases. With many games now reaching over 100GB in size and updates that can be nearly that large by themselves, it’s a real problem but the Xbox team is close to addressing it. As described in this tweet , the “suspend my game” button keeps your game ready to be resumed/Quick Resumed while also unlocking enough horsepower from your Xbox...
    Joe Biden has been slammed for taking sole credit for America's vaccine roll-out, despite the fact his Administration has heavily relied on Donald Trump's Operation Warp Speed initiative.  In his address to the nation on Thursday night, the new President proclaimed that all American adults will be eligible to receive the COVID vaccine as of May 1 because of the work he had done in partnering with manufacturers of the jab.  But conservative commentators are now criticizing the Commander-in-chief for failing to acknowledge the role his predecessor played in process.  'Biden taking credit for the vaccine is just absolutely astonishing, but not surprising,' Katie Pavlich told her 807,000 Twitter followers.  'Who let him out of the basement?' actor Terrence K. Williams asked. 'Joe Biden is taking credit for the things President Trump made happen in this horrible presidential address. Operation Warp Speed created by Trump is the reason the rollout of the vaccine is successful.' The Trump Administration established Operation Warp Speed last April to facilitate and accelerate the development, manufacturing, and distribution of COVID vaccines. The public-private partnership has...
    PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — PennDOT crews are ready for a very busy day as they will be trying to keep up with the winter weather. Robyn Briggs, a communications relations coordinator with PennDOT, joined Eyewitness News This Morning on Monday to discuss the preparations for the powerful snow that is expected throughout Southeastern Pennsylvania today. Briggs says crews began preparing the roads as early as Saturday morning and are out in full force for Monday. Credit: CBS3 There are 169 crews from PennDOT across the Philadelphia region, that includes five counties, but the department also has 271 rentals that are brought in. PennDOT has reduced the speed limit to 45 mph on several roadways in Philadelphia and surrounding counties due to the severity of the winter storm. The 45 mph reduced speed limit is in effect for Interstates 76, 95, 295, 476, 676, U.S. Routes 1, 30, 202, 422 and State Routes 63, 100 Spur and 309. PennDOT Reduces Speed Limits on Several Philadelphia Area Roadways.https://t.co/M0ayzshJa2If you must be on the roads, brush up on winter driving tips at https://t.co/9C9TeYPdFW.#PAWinter pic.twitter.com/pwXkiocA9D —...
    A SUPER fast train that aims to reach speeds of nearly 400 miles per hour has been unveiled in China. The new 'super bullet maglev train' prototype was revealed on a small stretch of test track in Chengdu. 4The train prototype has just been revealedCredit: Rex Features It was created by scientists at the Southwest Jiaotong University who think the train could travel at the speed of some jet planes. The aim is for the vehicle to be a next-generation magnetic levitation train that will be cheaper and much faster than current train options. It's designed to travel at 385 miles per hour. That's like travelling on a train from London to Paris in 47 minutes. 4The aim is for the train to travel at speed of around 400 miles per hourCredit: Splash News However, the researchers don't want to stop there and hope to push speeds to 497mph. A similar maglev train is aiming to be up and running in Japan in 2027. 4The train could travel at the speed of some jet planes if everything goes to planCredit: Rex...
    Europe’s regulatory agency endorsed Moderna’s coronavirus vaccine for those 18 and up on Wednesday, paving the way for a second vaccine to roll out among member states. The approval still faces a final decision by the European Commission. "[European Medicines Agency] EMA’s human medicines committee (CHMP) has thoroughly assessed the data on the quality, safety and efficacy of the vaccine and recommended by consensus a formal conditional marketing authorization be granted by the European Commission," reads a statement released by EMA.  LIVE UPDATES: Today's latest COVID-19 headlines President of the European Commission, Ursula von der Leyen, took to Twitter Wednesday announcing that the commission is working to fast-track final approval of the vaccine. "Good news for our efforts to bring more #COVID19 vaccines to Europeans!" von der Leyen wrote. "@EMA_News assessed that the @moderna_tx vaccine is safe & effective. Now we are working at full speed to approve it & make it available in the EU." GET THE FOX NEWS APP If approved, Moderna’s vaccine would join a shot developed by Pfizer and BioNTech, which began its rollout to European Union...
    TANZANIA – Secretary-General Antonio Guterres warned Wednesday that “vaccine nationalism” is moving “at full speed,” leaving poor people around the globe watching preparations for inoculations against the coronavirus in some rich nations and wondering if and when they will be vaccinated. The U.N. chief reiterated his call for vaccines to be treated as “a global public good,” available to everyone, everywhere on the planet, especially in Africa. And he appealed for $4.2 billion in the next two months for the World Health Organization’s COVAX program, an ambitious project to buy and deliver coronavirus vaccines for the world’s poorest people. After a virtual U.N. meeting with the African Union, Guterres said at news conference that financing COVAX is the only way to guarantee vaccines will be available in Africa and other developing areas. WHO chief Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus told a high-level U.N. General Assembly meeting last week on COVID-19 that “the light at the end of the tunnel is growing steadily brighter” to end the pandemic. But, he added, vaccines “must be shared equally as global public goods, not as...
    UNITED NATIONS (AP) — Secretary-General Antonio Guterres warned Wednesday that “vaccine nationalism” is moving “at full speed,” leaving poor people around the globe watching preparations for inoculations against the coronavirus in some rich nations and wondering if and when they will be vaccinated. The U.N. chief reiterated his call for vaccines to be treated as “a global public good,” available to everyone, everywhere on the planet, especially in Africa. And he appealed for $4.2 billion in the next two months for the World Health Organization’s COVAX program, an ambitious project to buy and deliver coronavirus vaccines for the world’s poorest people. After a virtual U.N. meeting with the African Union, Guterres said at news conference that financing COVAX is the only way to guarantee vaccines will be available in Africa and other developing areas. WHO chief Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus told a high-level U.N. General Assembly meeting last week on COVID-19 that “the light at the end of the tunnel is growing steadily brighter” to end the pandemic. But, he added, vaccines “must be shared equally as global public goods, not...
    By EDITH M. LEDERER, Associated Press UNITED NATIONS (AP) — Secretary-General Antonio Guterres warned Wednesday that “vaccine nationalism” is moving “at full speed,” leaving poor people around the globe watching preparations for inoculations against the coronavirus in some rich nations and wondering if and when they will be vaccinated. The U.N. chief reiterated his call for vaccines to be treated as “a global public good,” available to everyone, everywhere on the planet, especially in Africa. And he appealed for $4.2 billion in the next two months for the World Health Organization’s COVAX program, an ambitious project to buy and deliver coronavirus vaccines for the world’s poorest people. After a virtual U.N. meeting with the African Union, Guterres said at news conference that financing COVAX is the only way to guarantee vaccines will be available in Africa and other developing areas. WHO chief Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus told a high-level U.N. General Assembly meeting last week on COVID-19 that “the light at the end of the tunnel is growing steadily brighter” to end the pandemic. But, he added, vaccines “must be shared...
    Aitor Sánchez and his brother Borja pose with the helmets with which they practice motorcycling Víctor Echave Aitor was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes when he was two and a half years old. Now 10, he’s an expert at monitoring his sugar levels and gauging his feelings. Except that he lifts his shirt to show the waist bag in which you wear your insulin pump, a mechanism that provides this substance continuously and regulated 24 hours a day, leads a life like any other child his age. He likes football. And the motorcycles. A sport for which he has his idol, with the permission of Marc Márquez, at home. His brother is Borja Sánchez, the Abegondo rider who has already reached the Superbike World Championship. But the admiration is mutual. So much so that the oldest has prepared, on the occasion of World Diabetes Day, which is this Saturday, a very special tribute. Next Saturday will open the doors of your KSB school, located in Outeiro de Rei, ten children between 8 and...
    By HOPE YEN and LAURAN NEERGAARD, Associated Press WASHINGTON (AP) — President Donald Trump on Friday wrongly claimed full credit for Pfizer Inc.’s announcement that its COVID-19 vaccine was robustly successful, misrepresenting the extent of government support behind the company’s efforts. A look at the claim, made during his first public remarks since his defeat by President-elect Joe Biden: TRUMP: “As a result of Operation Warp Speed, Pfizer announced on Monday that its China virus vaccine was more than 90% effective. ...Pfizer said it wasn’t part of Warp Speed, but that turned out to be an unfortunate misrepresentation.” THE FACTS: Not so much. Pfizer notably did not accept government money to develop, test or expand manufacturing capacity under Trump’s Operation Warp Speed initiative to quickly find a vaccine and treatments for the disease sweeping the country. In fact, Pfizer partnered with the vaccine’s original developer, Germany’s BioNTech, in March and the following month announced the first human study in Germany. The White House announced Operation Warp Speed in May. Pfizer opted not to join Operation Warp Speed initially but is...
    WASHINGTON (AP) — President Donald Trump on Friday wrongly claimed full credit for Pfizer Inc.’s announcement that its COVID-19 vaccine was robustly successful, misrepresenting the extent of government support behind the company’s efforts. A look at the claim, made during his first public remarks since his defeat by President-elect Joe Biden: TRUMP: “As a result of Operation Warp Speed, Pfizer announced on Monday that its China virus vaccine was more than 90% effective. …Pfizer said it wasn’t part of Warp Speed, but that turned out to be an unfortunate misrepresentation.” THE FACTS: Not so much. Pfizer notably did not accept government money to develop, test or expand manufacturing capacity under Trump’s Operation Warp Speed initiative to quickly find a vaccine and treatments for the disease sweeping the country. In fact, Pfizer partnered with the vaccine’s original developer, Germany’s BioNTech, in March and the following month announced the first human study in Germany. The White House announced Operation Warp Speed in May. Pfizer opted not to join Operation Warp Speed initially but is following the same general requirements for the...
    Moto GP: The French driver fell during the first free practice session of the GP of Aragon. Without gravity. Fabio Quartararo suffered a high-speed crash this Friday during the first free practice session of the Grand Prix d’Aragon. Nothing serious, however, for the French rider, who took part normally in the second session, in the afternoon, where he took second time behind another Yamaha, that of Maverick Vinales (-0 ”249). “I did not expect to do so well,” said Quartararo, still leader of the MotoGP World Championship. Read also:All the MotoGP news Rossi affected by the coronavirus!French GP: Quartararo has not lost everything
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