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    FOOTBALL on Thanksgiving is part of tradition across America. Every Turkey Day, sports fans settle in and enjoy three NFL games back to back from midday through the night. 2Buffalo Bills will feature on Thanksgiving having also played last yearCredit: AP 2Dallas Cowboys always take center stage on ThanksgivingCredit: Corbis Dallas Cowboys and Detroit Lions always feature on the holiday while a third game also takes place in the evening. Here is all you need to know about football on Thanksgiving. How many games are there on Thanksgiving? There have been THREE games of NFL on Thanksgiving ever since 2006. Read More on the NFLWEAH TO GO Inside Timothy Weah's sporting background with soccer legend dad and NFL cousin'MORMON RYAN LEAF' Jets roasted by Leaf who said prison was better than being Jets fan The Detroit Lions and Dallas Cowboys have had home games for years before that. But the NFL added a third game from the 2006 season. Why is it always Dallas Cowboys and Detroit Lions? Because, tradition. Most read in NFLHOME SWEET HOME Gisele moves into new...
    THERE are several steps thrifty Americans can take to save hundreds of dollars as inflation batters people's wallets – and it starts at home. Jen Glantz, the founder of Bridesmaids for Hire, revealed that she does four household things as a fully remote worker to save at least $200, every single month. 1Inflation hit influencer Jen Glantz's wallet hard, but she does four things to keep upCredit: Instagram/@jenglantz In her Business Insider report, Glantz said the first thing she does is sell the things online that she no longer needs or wants, a side hustle she said she has picked up on weekends. Each Sunday morning, she said, she spends 45 minutes rounding up the items she wants to list online. Her clothing and shoes go on Poshmark, her odds and ends head on Facebook Marketplace, and her furniture and household items go on OfferUp. Last month, Glantz made  $75 by selling three pieces of furniture, and this month she made $100 selling clothes and shoes, she said. She saves 25percent to 50percent of the proceeds. Read More on Inflation...
    IF anyone knows the do’s and don’ts of how to decorate your home, it’s interior designers. Now, one has shared how their experience in the industry has totally changed their mind about certain trends and why they would never follow some of them ever again. 2An interior design expert has shared three things they'd never do in their homeCredit: Getty TikTok user Alex, who runs a home account on the social media platform under the name @alexandriaparis_, uploaded a recent video titled: “Things I stopped doing after I became an interior designer.” Alex then ran through the three things at the top of the list, starting off with “rushing to furnish the home.” Alex explained: “Furnishing a space is expensive, so when you try to do it all at once you’re going to limit yourself to a small budget for each individual piece. “Having a small budget isn’t a bad thing but when you’re nickel and diming on each item in your home, this is when you really start to sacrifice quality. Read More in InteriorsCHIC HOME I’m an interiors...
    A TEENAGER had no idea she was pregnant until she gave birth in her bed, given she was still having periods and taking the Pill every day. Niomi Thomas thought her stomach pains must be constipation but she was in fact in labour with her girl, Talia Thomas. 6Niomi Thomas had no idea she was pregnant with Talia until she gave birth in her bedroomCredit: Kennedy News 6The 18-year-old said she had no symptoms of pregnancy and although she put on weight, it wasn't the same as a baby bumpCredit: Kennedy News She took some painkillers, but the next morning her pain worsened to the extent she could barely stand. The 18-year-old, of Molesey, Surrey, said: "I had this massive urge to push and I then felt a relief and thought 'oh great, the pain's gone'. "And I turned around and I was like 'oh my god, I've had a baby'. "I was so shocked, it was literally like it wasn't reality. Read more real life storiesOFF HER CHEST My boobs are so big they put me in danger -...
    A WOMAN has revealed how she was able to stop working altogether by becoming a stay-at-home girlfriend. While not being woken up by an alarm every morning may seem enticing, many claimed they'd get too bored living her lifestyle. 2Autumn can't understand why women would rather work than go to the spa every day - paid for by her boyfriendCredit: Tik Tok/ septoctnov Autumn, from the US, is often on social media discussing how she doesn't have to spend a penny thanks to her rich boyfriend. In one video, Autumn suggested women were 'crazy' for wanting to go 50/50 with their partners. She said: "When girls would rather work and go 50/50 with a man instead of going to the spa every day with his credit card," Over the sound of 'you crazy girl'. People in the comments were divided as to whether Autumn was living their dream - but others thought it would be a boring life. One user said they would 'get bored too fast' without working. "Nahhhh it sounds nice, but I gotta have my own first....
    HAIR dye jobs that take place at home can either go really well or leave people wishing they had opted for the more expensive salon trip. Luckily, hair brand XMONDO has revealed five tips for achieving the perfect results every time from the comfort of your own home. 3A hair dyeing expert shared her top five tips for doing a satisfactory job each time you DIY itCredit: TikTok/@xmondocolor 3She gave the tips on behalf of hair brand XMONDOCredit: TikTok/@xmondocolor XMONDO, a hair care and color brand created by Brad Mondo, shared the tips on its popular TikTok page. The expert in the video promised to help people get the "perfect color application at home." CREATE ROAD LINES FOR THE DYE "Although bright pink hair is a major vibe, bright pink skin is not," the hair dyeing expert stated as she explained the first tip. "So, put on some gloves and take some vaseline all around your hairline, your ears, your neck – wherever you make a mess – and that's gonna protect your skin. Read more in lifestyleLONG LOCKS...
    A WOMAN who is a self-described stay-at-home daughter has revealed how she spends hundreds of pounds of her parents money every week. Suonnah, 21, who lives in Ottawa, Canada shared on her weekly spend on her YouTube channel admitting that she’s still adjusting to adult life. 1Suonnah is a stay-at-home daughter and spends hundreds of pounds of her parents' money a weekCredit: Sue 101/Tiktok “I’m only 21, I’m learning to be an adult, we’re getting there,” she says in her video. “I graduated university last year and I’ve been kind of taking it easy and my health wasn’t the greatest this year so I focused on getting better mentally and physically looking for other sources of income.  “For now I’m a stay at home daughter and I’m thriving.  “I am in no way trying to brag I am so lucky to be able to spend how I would like it  and so thankful.” on MoneyHARD-KNOCK LIFE I'm a stay-at-home daughter - being pretty is my full-time jobHARD-KNOCK LIFE I’m a stay-at-home daughter, people say I’m lazy but it’s a full...
    A young bakery owner has shared how to make an Eggs Benedict at home that is sure to impress the whole family at breakfast time.   Morgan Hipworth, 20, from Melbourne, cooks the dish in true cafe style with a simple method and classic ingredients.  To make the hollandaise sauce Morgan first melts 125 grams of butter in a saucepan and with a spoon removes milk solids that float to the top. Scroll to watch video   To make the Eggs Benedict Morgan first melts 125 grams of butter in a saucepan and with a spoon removes milk solids that float to the top Once the butter has melted he sets up a double boiler, by placing a heat proof bowl over the saucepan, and adds salt, vinegar and water to the bowl. He then adds two egg yolks into the bowl and whisks the mixture over a low heat for three to five minutes until it is pale and thick. To finish the hollandaise sauce Morgan removes the bowl from the heat, whisks in the melted butter, adds a pinch of...
    An empty-nester and single mom has revealed how she ditched her family home to live full-time in a van so she could travel the country - while swiping on dating apps along the way, in the hopes of meeting a man. Beverly Brown, 59, a spa owner from Pearland, Texas, always wanted to travel, but after becoming a single mom at age 18, she put that dream on pause so that she could focus on raising her family. But now that her daughter is all grown up and has left home, she decided it is finally time to see the world. In 2019, she bought a van from a friend and after spending a year fixing it up, she officially set out on the road in November 2020. An empty-nester and single mom has revealed how she ditched her family home to live full-time in a van so she could travel the country - while hoping to meet a man along the way But now that her daughter, Misty Brown (left), now 40, is all grown up and has left...
    On Tuesday’s broadcast of CNN’s “New Day,” New York City Mayor Eric Adams (D) stated that schools are the safest place for children to be, “It’s a luxury to say, stay at home,” and that “strand after strand, we can’t continue to stop our children from developing socially and academically and the support that they need.” Adams said, “The numbers right now state, and it’s very clear, the safest place for children, right now, is in a school building. That’s the safest place for them. If they’re not in school, it does not mean they’re not going outdoors. It does not mean they’re not going to deal with the trauma of not having socialization, not getting a meal, not being able to get remote learning. It’s a luxury to say, stay at home, when you have all the tools that you needed. But for poor, black, brown children that you don’t have access to some of the basic things, school is the best place for you.” He later added, “And so, yes, we see an increase, we see the exposure...
    A loyal Dunkin' customer surprised her favorite drive-thru employee with an entirely furnished home after learning that she had recently been evicted.   Suzanne Burke, from Mount Healthy, Ohio, met Ebony Johnson three years ago while she was buying her coffee at the local Dunkin' drive-thru.   Since Suzanne is an avid coffee drinker, the two women became close, chatting almost every morning while she picked up her daily fix of caffeine.    When she discovered that Ebony, who is a single mom with three kids, had been evicted from her home, Suzanne quickly sprung into action and found her a new place to live - and even filled the house with furniture. A loyal Dunkin' customer surprised her favorite drive-thru employee with an entirely furnished home after learning that she had recently been evicted Suzanne Burke (pictured), from Mount Healthy, Ohio, met Ebony Johnson three years ago while she was buying her coffee at the local Dunkin' Donuts drive-thru Ebony, a single mother with three kids, was recently evicted from her home and had prayed to find a new home in time for Christmas ...
    IT'S beginning to really look a lot like Christmas inside Chelsea Houska's home, which is decked out with a tree in each kid's room. The Teen Mom 2 alum moved into her new South Dakota house last December, making this the first full Christmas season spent in her new home. 5The trees are up and decorated in Chelsea Houska's homeCredit: Chelsea Houska/Instagram 5Layne helped decorate her own treeCredit: Chelsea Houska/Instagram And Chelsea, 30, seems to be sparing no expense when it comes to decorating, revealing that even her kids are getting their own trees. In a video on Instagram showing off three-year-old Layne's tree, Chelsea explained: "We are going to decorate Layne's tree. "This is Layne's tree in her room, it's like pink (at the bottom) and it goes up to white." Chelsea revealed the tree came from Amazon, and was decorated with ornaments from her local Target. The mom revealed that daughter Aubree, 12, and son Watson, four, are also getting their own trees, and will soon decorate them as well. News of the...
    THIAGO SILVA's wife is learning English - in a VIP Stamford Bridge box while her husband plays on the pitch. The family moved to London last year when the veteran defender signed for Chelsea from Paris Saint-Germain on a free transfer. 3Thiago Silva's wife Belle is having English lessons at Stamford Bridge during Chelsea matchesCredit: Instagram / @bellesilva 3She has enlisted the help of club employee Anisa to get to grips with the new languageCredit: Instagram / @bellesilva But having never played in an English-speaking country, Silva and his wife Isabelle did not have a grasp of the language. The 101-cap centre-back is picking up the lingo on the training ground around his team-mates. However, Belle is getting her lessons from one of the Chelsea staff at the stadium. She took to her Instagram story during Wednesday's 4-0 thrashing of Malmo to post a video following her man's assist for Andreas Christensen's opener. After saying a message in her native Portuguese, she then said: "For the English. So, very good assist by Thiago Silva because he isn't just a defencer,...
    Former Food and Drug Administration (FDA) Commissioner Scott Gottlieb said on Sunday that every household should have a supply of at-home COVID-19 tests as families consider their next steps on holiday gatherings this year. “Look, I think every household should have a supply of at-home tests, that's what they're doing in the U.K. And for people who are priced out of the market, these tests are not cheap,” Gottlieb said on CBS’ “Face the Nation.” “I think when you're gathering around the holidays, you have to assess the circumstances. If you have younger kids who are unvaccinated with older relatives who are vaccinated, but still could be vulnerable from a breakthrough infection, using testing to try to protect that setting, I think, makes a lot of sense,” he added. Data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) indicate that COVID-19 cases are starting to trend downward nationwide, however it remains unclear how long this wave of the delta variant will last, or if it's even the last wave of the virus. Using rapid testing, people can get results...
    MEN should be doing these five DIY health checks regularly to avoid a life-threatening health problem, experts say. They take less than a few minutes to do but could save your life. 1Men can do simple checks at home to prevent diseases, including checking for changes to skinCredit: Alamy Many preventable cancers have early warning signs, like lumps or changes in the skin. Dr Jiri Kubes, medical director of the Proton Therapy Center in Prague, a cancer treatment facility, says the earlier something is spotted, the quicker it can be treated and possibly cured. She said: “Seeking help from your GP should always be the first thing you do if you suspect you may have a health problem, but there are a few simple exercises that all men should try to do themselves on a regular basis. “Checks such as inspecting the body for lumps, keeping an eye out for changes in your urine or monitoring your heart rate could help identify issues before they become too serious to treat.” She urged men to do their at-home tests, but also...
    Bare toilet paper shelves in supermarkets were a big story early in the coronavirus pandemic but they may not remain a thing of the past, and consumers are being warned to do their holiday shopping early—like, now—thanks to supply chain problems. And even then, you might have to settle. “We’re getting into the full peak season,” Gene Seroka, executive director the Port of Los Angeles, told the Los Angeles Times. “Every node of this supply chain is maxed out.” That means 89 container ships waiting to be unloaded at the ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach, and cargo containers piled up on the docks at those ports, which handled nearly one-third of the nation’s imports last year. It means a shortage of those container ships after many were put out of service early in the pandemic. Companies are having to figure out how to ship imports that they can’t send on actual ships. Dollar Tree “previously assumed that ocean carriers would fulfill 85% of their contractual commitments—already a problematic situation—along with higher rates. Now the company projects that its regular carriers...
    Atlanta Braves outfielder Marcell Ozuna heard your disdain for his selfie celebration in a losing cause, and has decided to up the ante by partying at every base on his way home. Alright, so maybe it’s not you specifically — or anyone fun you know — but there were some old heads whose heads rolled (ironically) when Ozuna brought out a phone selfie celebration for…pretty much every home run. Since that evidently got on some nerves with the old guard, Ozuna has opted to steer into the skid, identifying more with his younger fans — the let the kids play crowd. On his grand slam against the Washington Nationals, Ozuna celebrated at every base with a different celly entirely. ozuna has a different celebration at every base & i absolutely love it pic.twitter.com/7UyQ9El5Dh — ‏ً (@dansbyszn) May 6, 2021 Ozuna went with the familiar selfie celebration on his way to home plate, but give him credit for staying creative on the fly.Braves stuck in the middle of crowded NL East standingsBraves fans were rightly insulted when PECOTA insinuated...
    Take a peek at views of Mount Umunhum and enjoy the short stroll to the popular Los Alamitos Creek Trail and the 10-acre Jeffrey Fontana Park from this updated and spacious two-level home in San Jose’s Almaden Valley. Move-in ready and party ready, this home at 1078 Fleetwood Drive offers 2,191 square feet of living space on two levels and includes four bedrooms, two-and-a-half bathrooms, and a flexible-use loft that connects to a front-facing 570-square-foot balcony. This 2,191-square-foot home features a fun-filled backyard, a flexible-use loft and a 570-square-foot front balcony.  Prepare to gather in a spectacular resort-style backyard custom designed for ultimate fun and entertaining. An outdoor kitchen and cabana with a vaulted ceiling feature fabulous amenities, from a dual-tap kegerator and mounted flat-screen TV to a built-in grill, burners, refrigerator, and a stainless Kraus sink. An island with a granite countertop offers seating for eight-plus people. Take in the view of the solar-heated pool with waterfall features or grab a seat around the gas fire pit. Towering palm trees and lush garden beds wrap around the travertine tile...
    SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- Gov. Gavin Newsom announced Monday morning that California was lifting its shelter-in-place order immediately and returning to the four-tier model for reopening. That means outdoor dining, nail salons, hair salons, barbershops and more can reopen immediately.But just because something can reopen doesn't mean it will -- especially in the Bay Area, where some counties have moved slower than the state's reopening timeline in the past.REOPENING TIERS EXPLAINED: Map shows which counties can, can't reopen under stay-at-home order, reopening tiersWe asked every Bay Area county if and when they'd be moving into the purple tier and what that means for reopening. See the map below for what that means sector by sector.Having trouble seeing the map above? For a better experience, click here to view the story in a new windowAlameda CountyAlameda County is moving forward with all the reopenings allowed in the purple tier. They are also allowing for small, outdoor gatherings with members of three or fewer households. Masks and social distancing are required at these gatherings.Contra Costa CountyAlameda County is moving forward with all...
    TEEN Mom Kailyn Lowry opened up and admitted she "missed every shot she took" during a difficult 2020. So the 28-year-old mom-of-four rang in 2021 at home with sons. 8Teen Mom Kailyn Lowry opened up and admitted she 'missed every shot she took' during a difficult 2020Credit: MTV 8So the 28-year-old mom-of-four rang in 2021 at home with sonsCredit: Instagram Kailyn shared a snap of her taking a shot on the basketball court captioned: "I missed damn near every shot I took in 2020. "Figuratively & literally but we are gonna try again in 2021 - no expectations. &&&& there’s a new episode of @coffeeconvospodcast today! "Swipe up in my story! Download & subscribe on your fav podcast app." 8She shared a cute pic of Creed in black and tan tie-dye pajamas captioned: 'Creed says see y'all next year'Credit: Instagram 8The MTV star has four sons - Isaac, 10, Lincoln, seven, Lux, three and Creed, four monthsCredit: Instagram The reality star posted more pics in her Instagram stories of her lowkey New Year's Eve celebration at home. She...
    Explosion in Nashville that damaged 20 buildings, injured 3 likely to be intentional act Democrats target Asian American and Latino voters in crucial Georgia Senate runoffs Tech was ahead of Covid curve at every stage, but it couldnt bring the rest of us along Tech companies were the first to cancel events and send workers home because of Covid concerns in early 2020. Now they're the first to make work from home permanent as the pandemic accelerates into 2021. That's no surprise since the pandemic also benefited tech companies the most, like Zoom. But they couldn't get the rest of Americans to care as much and work together to suppress the spread. © Provided by CNBC A giant digital sign is seen at Facebook's corporate headquarters campus in Menlo Park, California, on October 23, 2019. The tech industry was ahead of the Covid curve from the beginning. Load Error Faster than the public and even governments, tech companies were among the first to understand the coronavirus threat back in early 2020 and respond with short-term measures....
    SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- There are a lot of questions when it comes to California's new regional stay-at-home order. One big one: Is anyone going to enforce the new rules?The new stay-at-home order forces a slew of businesses to shut back down, bans all non-essential travel and forbids socializing with anyone outside your household. We asked every Bay Area county how they are enforcing the stay-at-home order or how they plan to do so. (Remember, only five Bay Area counites are currently under a stay-at-home order.)RELATED: Everything to know about California's confusing new stay-at-home orderHere's what each county had to say about enforcing the new order:Alameda: Alameda County says it's focusing on "education and prevention" and law enforcement will "ask for compliance if we see concerning health order violations." A spokesperson for the sheriff's office said, "Violent crime, public safety and protecting the community from criminals remain our main priority."Marin: "We lead with education first, allowing someone to correct the matter," said a county spokesperson. "If they are a demonstrated repeat offender, they could be subject to fines up to...
    Kansas health officials said in a statement Monday that ten residents at a nursing home died after every resident at the facility tested positive for COVID-19, CNN reported. All 62 residents and multiple nursing home staff members tested positive for the virus at Andbe Home, a privately owned nursing home in Norton, Kansas, according to the statement. “Steps are being taken to prevent any further outbreak including quarantining residents in their rooms and not allowing outside visitors into the facility,” the release added. Residents’ families have been notified. (RELATED: DOJ Seeks COVID-19 Data From Cuomo, Other Governors, In Review Of Nursing Home Policies)  Ten people living at a Kansas nursing home have died after an outbreak of Covid-19 infected all 62 residents, according to a statement from the Norton County Health Department. https://t.co/G5evCXxHqs — CNN (@CNN) October 20, 2020 One person is still being treated in the hospital while the remaining 51 residents are receiving care at the facility, the statement added. In July and August nationally, “more than one nursing home resident was infected every minute, and 11...
    An outbreak of coronavirus at a privately-owned nursing home in Kansas has caused all 62 residents of the facility to become infected with the deadly virus. A total of 10 residents of the Andbe Home northwest Kansas have perished from the virus, while one person is being treated at a local hospital and 51 others remain in care at the home, according to Norton County Health Department. A number of staff members have also tested positive for the virus. The health department said that the remaining stricken residents were being quarantined in their rooms to prevent further spread of the virus. A total of 72,968 people have contracted coronavirus in Kansas — 872 deaths have been attributed to the illness, according to the state department of health. Filed under Coronavirus ,  kansas ,  nursing homes ,  10/20/20
    Attorney General Barr stays in background after Michigan arrests Tim Hortons reveals ambitious plans to open in every major city and town in the UK within 2 years I Got a Manicure Every Week Until COVID-19 Hit—Here’s the Secret to Doing Your Own Nails At Home In my life B.C. (before COVID), I had my beauty maintenance appointments scheduled like clockwork: a brow shape-up every five months, a root dye every five weeks, and—the most frequent—a manicure every week. The forced break-up with my nail technician led me to be resourceful, but after countless DIY (laughable/failed/not-as-advertised) attempts, I've become a pro at doing my own nails. For everyone who feels as though they're working with two left hands when painting their nails, I'm sharing the home manicure tools that make DIY treatments a cinch. I've found that you don't actually need a full army of nail gadgets for a professional-looking manicure. Besides the nail polish itself, there are just two mani tools you need to reach for to make your DIY manicure last: the Deborah Lippmann Cuticle Remover Pen...
    VIDEO2:1402:14Every American home is getting a flood risk scoreRising Risks As Hurricane Laura bears down on the Gulf Coast, residents are preparing for what could be a historic storm surge. The potential for widespread flooding is high, but even after major storms like Hurricane Harvey in 2017, some homeowners in high-risk areas still do not have flood insurance. That's because today's federal flood maps, which guide insurance demand, are backward-looking and don't factor in the effects of climate change. Starting this week, however, every homeowner and potential homebuyer in America will be able to see a new, forward-looking analysis of their property's flood risk. That could have a huge impact on the national housing market. A nonprofit research and technology group, First Street Foundation, launched an interactive website offering flood risk data on more than 142 million homes and properties across the country in June. Now realtor.com, one of the nation's largest home listing sites, will put those scores on all of its listings. First Street, working with more than 80 scientists and researchers, is remapping America's flood risk in...
    Fall Homebuying Outlook: Everything You Need to Know About Prices, Supply and Mortgage Rates Offbeat Freaks Run Hard at the 2020 Sandhills Open Road Challenge How To Sell Your Home For The Best Price Possible Ad Microsoft 17 Ways These $20 Lights Will Upgrade Your Home Ad Microsoft Full screen 1/14 SLIDES © Jeffrey Westbrook Nothing makes your home feel more like your home than filling it with decor that suits and represents your personality, which is why wall art is so important. Boring white walls? They don't exactly give you that lived-in, homey vibe. But art that fits your aesthetic and interests—and maybe even makes you smile—can make all the difference in the world. The trick is finding art that suits you, and sometimes the best way to find that specific thing you're looking for is to scour the internet. Whether you're looking for...
    Suze Orman underwent surgery to remove a benign tumor on her spine. The financial expert and guru, 69, is currently recovering at home in Florida, her friend and team member Sarah posted on the star's official Facebook page. 'One week from her surgery she is getting better and stronger every day,' she wrote in the update. Get well soon: Suze Orman underwent surgery to remove a benign tumor on her spine on July 23; she shared an update and photo to her Facebook page via a team member She shared a snap of Suze in a wheelchair giving a thumbs up, while sporting a neck brace and face mask. Suze also explained on her podcast, Suze Orman's Women  & Money, that despite the fact it was a benign tumor, it had to 'come out immediately.' RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Angelina Jolie carries a purse named after activist Nina... Bella Hadid is a fashionable farm girl as she flashes her... Brooke Shields, 55, shows off her bathing suit body as she... Former...
    Missouri Gov. Mike Parson (R) defended the St. Louis couple who was seen in viral footage last month pointing guns at protesters outside their home and said they “had every right to protect their property.” Parson made the remarks in defense of the married couple, Mark and Patricia McCloskey, at a news briefing on Tuesday, the St. Louis Dispatch reported. His comments reportedly came shortly after he drew criticism from his predecessor, former Gov. Eric Greitens (R), over the treatment the couple has received in recent weeks.  During an appearance on Fox News earlier this week, anchor Tucker CarlsonTucker CarlsonStone rails against US justice system in first TV interview since Trump commuted his sentence Johns Hopkins doctor: Issuing 'ultimatum' for schools to reopen is 'wrong approach' Chris Wallace presses DeVos on threats to withhold funding from schools that don't reopen MORE pressed Greitens for his thoughts on Parson’s response to the McCloskey case, which has garnered national attention in recent weeks, asking him, “Why isn't he doing something?”  “Why didn't he send State Troopers to defend the McCloskeys or anybody else who...
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