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    The sale of Parler, a social media platform popular with conservatives, to Kanye West is off, the app's parent company announced on Thursday. Parlement Technologies said the company and Ye had agreed to part ways in mid November after the star had agreed in principle to buy the platform a month earlier. However, the announcement came after days of negative publicity and hours after West had professed his love for Hitler during an unhinged appearance on Alex Jones's podcast Infowars. It suggests that West may be too much even for rightwing platforms that claim to be free speech havens. 'Parlement Technologies has confirmed that the company has mutually agreed with Ye to terminate the intent of sale of Parler,' the company said in a statement. 'This decision was made in the interest of both parties in mid-November. Parler will continue to pursue future opportunities for growth and the evolution of the platform for our vibrant community.' Kanye West had entered into a deal to buy Parler in October. On Thursday the company said the deal was off - soon after the...
    PARENTS have been warned to check their baby's bottles and cups after a company recalled thousands of products over poisoning fears. Green Sprouts recalled 10,500 stainless steel straw bottles, sippy cups and sip & straw cups after finding the base can break off and expose a part that contains lead, according to the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission. 3Green Sprouts has recalled thousands of stainless steel straw bottles and cupsCredit: Consumer Product Safety Commission 3The company found the base of the products can break off and expose a part that contains leadCredit: Consumer Product Safety Commission 3Parents are instructed to take the bottles and cups away from children and discard themCredit: Consumer Product Safety Commission The base of the bottles and cups can come off and expose a solder dot that contains lead and could potentially expose toddlers to hazardous poison. While the manufacturer said they are aware of seven incidents where the base came off, they claim no injuries have been reported. Green Sprouts said in a statement: “There is negligible risk to the health and safety of users....
    KYLIAN MBAPPE reportedly wanted Paris Saint-Germain to sign Marcus Rashford in the summer. The 24-year-old English forward was linked with a move away from the Red Devils ahead of the new season after a lengthy period of poor form. 1Rashford was linked with a move away from Old Trafford in the summerCredit: Richard Pelham / The Sun And PSG were rumoured to be interested in acquiring Rashford despite his record of just five goals in 32 appearances in the 2021/22 campaign. Now RMC Sport are reporting that the Old Trafford attacker was one of four players Mbappe called on PSG to sign - none of which were secured. The French superstar, 23, penned a new deal with the Ligue 1 champions in the summer, bringing an end to speculation over a move to Real Madrid. And Mbappe was quickly keen to have a say on transfers. READ MORE ON MAN UTDUNITED NEWS Endrick transfer BOOST for Ten Hag, Neves 'REJECTED' United, Ronaldo updates The report states Rashford was leading the way as a player he wanted to see PSG sign....
    RALF RANGNICK advised Manchester United to sign two players currently at rivals City, as well as a Chelsea transfer target. The German left Old Trafford at the end of last season following his interim spell and was replaced by Erik ten Hag in the summer. 7Former interim manager Ralf RangnickCredit: Getty According to Manchester Evening News, Rangnick advised the club bring in TEN news player, although only six were eventually signed. Among the pick of the bunch who did not make it were a pair of City stars, who joined the other half of Manchester. And here, SunSport runs down those believed to have been eyed by Rangnick but ultimately overlooked. Erling Haaland United were joined by almost every big player in Europe when tracking Haaland's development at Borussia Dortmund. And Rangnick is said to have urged the club to make a push for the 22-year-old. But United did not want to deal with his then-agent Mino Raiola, leaving City to swoop in and win the race. 7Erling Haaland was a long-time...
    AN elderly couple were told to move house or buy ear plugs when they reported their noisy neighbour to the police. John Taylor, 74, and wife Hilary, 80, say their lives have been made a "living hell" and fear the stress could kill them both. 1John and Hilary Taylor say they have suffered because of ongoing noise nuisanceCredit: SWNS Mr Taylor, who has suffered several strokes and heart attacks, said the problem began four years ago with building work at the bungalow next door in Worcester. He says they have since been disturbed by loud music, laughing, noise from his neighbour's friends and a dog which barks and howls at all hours of the day and night. Mr Taylor, who has lived with his wife at the bungalow they own for the last nine years, believes he has called police around 50 times but feels he has been 'fobbed off'. He has since made complaints to his local MP Robin Walker, West Mercia Police and Worcestershire Regulatory Services. The former wheeltapper said he and his wife often have...
    Elon Musk's model mother Maye has refused to wade in on her son's potential $44 billion Twitter takeover, insisting that the Tesla founder 'should do whatever he wants' when it comes to his controversial bid to buy the social media site.  Appearing on the Today show on Tuesday morning, the 74-year-old Sports Illustrated Swimsuit cover star noted that she has attempted to advise Elon, 50, on his business dealings in the past, admitting that she urged him against diving into solar energy, electric cars, and rockets - but that he 'didn't listen to her'.  'He should do whatever he wants. I told him not to do an electric car as well as rockets and he didn't listen to me,' she told Hoda Kotb and Jenna Bush Hager.  Musk revealed last month that he had launched a bid to buy Twitter for $44 billion back in April, however he said earlier this month that the deal was 'temporarily on hold' while he attempts to verify how many spam bot accounts currently make up for the site's overall usage.  Elon Musk's mother...
    AOC has announced plans to ditch her Tesla, weeks after Elon Musk told her to stop flirting with him on Twitter.   The Green New Deal-backing Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, 32, told Bloomberg in an interview Wednesday that she wants to switch to an electronic car that is made domestically by unionized workers.  Currently, the only such vehicles she could consider are Ford's huge F-150 Lightning truck, which will be released later this year, or a Chevy Bolt.  The Democrat told the network that she purchased her Model 3 in 2020 around the time that the Covid-19 began.  AOC said that it was the only electric car that could get her from her Bronx-Queens district to the nation's capital on 'one, or one-and-half charges.'  AOC said that she purchased the Tesla Model 3 in order to drive from New York City to Washington DC at the beginning of the Covid pandemic AOC said the purchased the $35,000 car was because it was the only electric vehicle that could make the drive on less than two charges AOC's car was parked illegally near...
    One of Elon Musk's top lieutenants has reportedly promised an infamous right-wing provocateur that his Twitter ban will be lifted 'soon'. Jared Birchall, who runs Musk's personal investment office and has been a top advisor in his $44 billion Twitter takeover, made the promise in a text message to activist Charles C. Johnson, the Wall Street Journal reported. Johnson is a self-described investigative journalist who became famous for his internet pranks and campaigns targeting left-wing activists, politicians and reporters. Critics call him a 'digital Darth Vader' and the 'troll king'. He was banned from Twitter in 2015 for sending a fundraising appeal to support 'taking out' Black Lives Matter activist DeRay McKesson, who called the remark a 'serious threat' and asked for Johnson to be banned from the platform. Johnson insisted that he was using the term 'taking out' to refer to his plans to dig up dirt on McKesson, but Twitter sided with the BLM activist, banning Johnson under its policy against targeted harassment. Jared Birchall, who runs Musk's personal investment office and has been a top advisor in his $44...
    ARSENAL have been advised to sign Manchester City star Gabriel Jesus by Rio Ferdinand. The Gunners tried to sign a striker in January but missed out on top target Dusan Vlahovic who opted for a move to Juventus instead. 1Rio Ferdinand thinks Gabriel Jesus would be a good buy for ArsenalCredit: Getty And after Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang left for Barcelona in January Mikel Arteta needs reinforcements more than ever. Ferdinand believes the club should target Gabriel Jesus, who has struggled a little for game time this season. Ferdinand told his FIVE YouTube channel: "If I was Arsenal, I would go and buy Gabriel Jesus." Jesus has scored six goals this season but is not always played in the central striker role. Pep Guardiola has often deployed the Brazilian on the wing, a decision Jesus is more than happy with as it suits his game. But Arsenal need a natural goalscorer - Bukayo Saka, Gabriel Martinelli and Emile Smith Rowe already provide a threat from the flanks. Most read in Sport'FIERCELY COMPETITIVE' Stanford soccer player Katie Meyer & her cause of death -...
    She is well known for showing off her good looks on catwalks and magazine covers alike. And on Saturday, Olivia Culpo gave her Instagram followers a better look at her impeccable physique while sporting a highly revealing outfit in a trio of snaps that were taken during her getaway to Los Cabos in Mexico. The 29-year-old influencer also wrote a message in her post's caption that read: 'Please use caution while using the overheard bins as items may have shifted during flight.' Vacation: Olivia Culpo gave her Instagram followers a better look at her impeccable physique while sporting a highly revealing outfit in a trio of snaps that were shared during her getaway to Los Cabos in Mexico on Saturday Culpo donned an eye-catching beige drawstring dress that prominently displayed the sides of her body during her outing. The former Miss Universe also rocked a matching pair of high-heeled shoes during the impromptu photoshoot. RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Former Miss Universe Olivia Culpo slams American Airlines... Olivia Culpo showcases her spectacular legs and effortlessly......
    Maryland's biggest county pushed a CRT-based 'psychoeducational lesson' on  students as young as five years old that taught them of a 'dual pandemic of COVID-19 and systemic racism' - and ordered teachers to buy a book written by anti-racist activist Ibram X. Kendi.  Montgomery County Public Schools Associate Superintendent Janet S. Wilson sent an email to principals announcing: 'All schools will be required to implement a student psychoeducational lesson during one of the school's mandatory Social-Emotional Learning block before September 18, 2020.  'This lesson will provide students crisis facts about the dual pandemic (COVID-19 and systemic racism) that is occurring around the country and here in Montgomery County.' The email sent on August 26, 2020 and other documents obtained by Fox News show the critical race theory-based lesson that was required for all elementary and secondary school students.  In a video, the instructor coaches teachers to say: 'We are currently living through a dual pandemic with COVID-19 and the Systemic and Structural racism occurring worldwide.'  Montgomery County Public Schools (MCPS), Maryland's biggest county, launched a 'psychoeducational lesson' teaching students of a dual pandemic' involving COVID-19...
    Transgender actress Indya Moore covers the newest issue of V Magazine, posing in a series of Tommy Hilfiger outfits including suits, coats, and underwear — paired with a fanny pack for a bra. The 26-year-old star, who plays Angel Evangelista in the FX series Pose, flaunted her fashion chops for the special re-edition of V129, but also took a serious turn in the accompanying interview, opening up about he abuse she suffered as a child and her crisis of faith in a religious upbringing. Speaking to author Adrienne Maree Brown, Indya explained how she 'chose peace and joy for myself at a very early point in my life,' even after growing up in an 'isolated' Jehovah’s Witness home where she was taught that it was 'wrong for me to exist in the way that I do.' Ta-da! Transgender actress Indya Moore covers the newest issue of V Magazine, posing in a series of Tommy Hilfiger outfits Bam! The 26-year-old star, who plays Angel Evangelista in the FX series Pose, flaunted her fashion chops for the special re-edition of V129 ...
    ROYALS watchers were quick to congratulate Prince Harry and Meghan Markle as they announced their pregnancy yesterday. But congratulations was not the only message fans had for the couple with a few mean-spirited people urging the prince to “buy some shoes” after he posed bare footed. ???? Read our Meghan and Harry live blog for the latest news and gossip... 9Prince Harry and Meghan Markle announced their pregnancy on Valentine's DayCredit: AFP The Duke and Duchess of Sussex shared a black and white picture of themselves under a tree, with Harry opting to go shoeless prompting fans to complain about his ‘dirty’ feet. Taking to Twitter, one wrote: “Congratulations Harry and Meghan.. but serious is there any need for Harry’s bare feet.” “I think Harry needs to wash his feet though…Great photo” agreed another. A third tweeted: “Sorry Harry, but is there anything people want to see less than .. a man’s naked feet. Unless carved by Michelangelo.” 9Fans were quick to complain about Harry's bare feet in the pregnancy announcement photoCredit: AFP 9 9 9Fans admitted to being "grossed...
    THE FBI has been told Nashville bomber Anthony Warner used his own credit card to buy “chemical precursors” to make an explosive device, The Sun can reveal. And at least one test at the site where he detonated his RV packed with explosives on Christmas Day has shown he most likely used nitroglycerin to create the massive blast. 11Anthony Warner used his credit card to buy "chemical precursors"Credit: EPA 11Warner was seen in an RV hours before the explosionCredit: AP:Associated Press A source close to the investigation said Warner had bought “chemical precursors and security alarms” using a credit card in his name. The Sun was told: “The FBI has received information from a bank holding company on an active credit card for Warner.  “Preliminary searches indicates the purchases of chemical precursors to make explosives and security alarms.” The source added: “Initial results also show nitroglycerin was found on a residue swab taken from a tree trunk at the blast site.” 11The Christmas Day blast was caught on CCTV camerasCredit: MNPD 11The explosion was felt from miles awayCredit: AFP 11The...
    THE FBI has been told Nashville bomber Anthony Warner used his own credit card to buy “chemical precursors” to make an explosive device, The Sun can reveal. And at least one test at the site where he detonated his RV packed with explosives on Christmas Day has shown he most likely used nitroglycerin to create the massive blast. 4Anthony Warner used his credit card to buy "chemical precursors"Credit: EPA A source close to the investigation said Warner had bought “chemical precursors and security alarms” using a credit card in his name. The Sun was told: “The FBI has received information from a bank holding company on an active credit card for Warner.  “Preliminary searches indicates the purchases of chemical precursors to make explosives and security alarms.” The source added: “Initial results also show nitroglycerin was found on a residue swab taken from a tree trunk at the blast site.” 4The Christmas Day blast was caught on CCTV camerasCredit: MNPD Investigators also believe Warner’s pet dog perished alongside him in the blast. The source said: “It is believed Warner had his...
    TipRanks 3 “Strong Buy” Stocks That Could Reach New Highs The markets have been on a tear of late despite the headwinds presented by the novel coronavirus pandemic. The question is how long this will last?Writing from Goldman Sachs, the firm’s chief US equity strategist David Kostin says that the markets will outperform both other investments and analyst expectations over the next two years. He sees the S&P 500 hitting 4,600 by the end of 2022, which would represent a 25% gain.Backing his stance, Kostin gives four reasons for his bullishness. The first three reasons are the obvious ones: the economy is improving, earnings are rising, and interest rates are low – these all draw investors into stocks. But under them all is ‘Tina’ (there is no alternative). The stock market is the only place right now where investors can find big returns and, according to Kostin, “equities become the default opportunity.”With investors moving into stocks, they’re going to look for data to back their choices. After all, even without an alternative, investors want to find the right moves.With this...
    Michael Caputo, the Trump loyalist installed at the Health and Human Service Department who told followers to 'buy ammunition,' says in a bleak rant posted to his followers that 'deep state' scientists want Americans to get the deadly coronavirus.  Caputo apologized in an emergency staff meeting Tuesday after the New York Times reported on his Facebook post, where Caputo lashed out at opponents, lamented the state of his own mental health, and told people: 'If you carry guns, buy ammunition, ladies and gentlemen, because it's going to be hard to get.' Caputo, who delivered the video message from his home in upstate New York, tells his 5,000 followers: 'I'm under siege. It's been going on for a couple of weeks. And I don't care. BecauseI have the president's support. I know that because he's told me so.' Communications official for the Department of Health and Human Services, Michael Caputo, lashes out at government scientists in a Facebook rant that has been revealed. Caputo took down the video and apologized to staff Michael Caputo, the top communications official at the...
    The top communications official at the Health and Human Services Department has apologized for his bizarre Facebook live session where he claimed that political opponents 'are going to have to kill me' and that Democrats are plotting an armed insurrection. Michael Caputo, a former Trump campaign official, apologized in an emergency staff meeting where he also indicated he might soon be leaving the agency, Politico reported.  He ended the meeting by encouraging his staff to listen to Grateful Dead music. Michael Caputo, the top communications official at the Health and Human Services Department, has apologized for his bizarre Facebook live session Caputo called an emergency staff meeting to apologize and ended it by encouraging staff to listen to the Grateful Dead Caputo's bizarre Facebook Live session came after the publication of a Politico story Friday that indicated Caputo and other political appointees were pressuring Centers for Disease Control officials to alter weekly coronavirus reports. 'You understand that they're going to have to kill me, and unfortunately, I think that's where this is going,' he said, the New York Times reported on his...
    MANCHESTER CITY are confident of landing Lionel Messi on a free transfer this summer but can afford him regardless, reports claim. The Barcelona star is up for grabs after last night shocking the football world by confirming his desire to leave Camp Nou. 3Guardiola managed Messi at Barcelona between 2008 and 2012Credit: AP:Associated Press Messi, 33, is being chased by the likes of Manchester United, Inter Milan, Chelsea and Paris Saint-Germain. But City, led by the Argentine's former boss Pep Guardiola, are viewed by many to be in the driving seat. Messi's representatives believe that a clause in his contract that allowed him to leave this summer for free should not have expired in June because of the extended season due to the coronavirus pandemic.  And according to Mundo Deportivo's Francesc Aguillar, City chief executive Ferran Soriano believes that his side will successfully swoop in and take the six-time Ballon d'Or winner for free. The 53-year-old, however, has reached out to Messi's camp to assure them that City can afford to sign him - even if they have to pay...
    Judge orders Dakota Access pipeline shut down pending review Coronavirus causes McDonald’s to pause reopening plans China told citizens to buy stocks, boosting market — We have the Fed...China has its state media China's state media fed an already exuberant Chinese stock market some extra fuel Monday with a report that said fostering a "healthy bull market" is important. The Shanghai stock market, up nearly 6% last week, added another 5.7% after the report, along with gains in other Chinese markets. Stocks globally surged on the prospect of an improving China, but they were also supported by stimulus from the world's central banks. © Provided by CNBC An investor watches computer screen at a stock exchange hall on July 6, 2020 in Fuyang, Anhui Province of China. Strategists say two factors are helping give legs to the global stock market's Monday morning surge - bullishness about China and the view that central banks will backstop markets. Load Error A front page editorial in state-owned China Securities Journal is getting credit for fueling a strong rally in...
    An investor watches computer screen at a stock exchange hall on July 6, 2020 in Fuyang, Anhui Province of China.Lu Qijian | VCG | Getty Images Strategists say two factors are helping give legs to the global stock market's Monday morning surge - bullishness about China and the view that central banks will backstop markets. A front page editorial in state-owned China Securities Journal is getting credit for fueling a strong rally in Chinese markets overnight that spread to global equities. Shanghai stocks jumped 5.7%, after the publication said investors should look forward to the "wealth effect of the capital markets" and the prospect for a "healthy bull market."  "We have the Fed to juice bull markets, China has its state media," wrote Peter Boockvar, chief investment strategist at Bleakley Advisory Group.  Individual investors appeared to be playing a role in what appeared to some traders to be a so-called melt up Monday. The CSI 300 index of  Shanghai and Shenzhen listed shares rose nearly 6%, to a 5-year high. Hong Kong stocks jumped 3.8%. "There's quite a long history...
    An ugly interaction between a 7-Eleven clerk and an irate woman was captured on video from Fort Worth, Texas, that has gone viral. The video recorded on Monday shows a very angry woman yelling at the clerk because of their policy that all customers have to wear a mask. After angrily arguing with the clerk, she spits on the counter in front of him. She appeared to be trying to purchase Miller Lite beer and two boxes of Milk Duds. "I don't have a mask!" she yells at the clerk. "I'm spreading more germs standing here, for God's sake!" According to the Star Telegram, customers are required in Tarrant County to wear a mask and a business will be in violation of the order if they don't require customers to wear a mask. "We have a right in America not to wear a [bleeped] mask!" she yells. "Do you not watch the news? We don't have to do this!" Texas is experiencing a surge in...
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