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    This is the harrowing audio of 911 calls made in the wake of a car wreck that led to the death of University of Georgia football star Devin Willock.  The offensive lineman, who was not wearing a seatbelt when the SUV he was a passenger in crashed into power pole in Athens, Georgia, died at the scene. The driver, Bulldogs staff member Chandler LeCroy, died later in hospital.   TMZ obtained frantic 911 audio from residents close to the crash site, with panic over the 'horrible accident' that was causing 'explosions'.   TMZ Privacy Policy RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next UGA lineman Devin Willock was NOT wearing a seatbelt and was... 'Outstanding young man' Devin Willock let a 7-year-old fan... Share this article Share 'There's been a horrible accident,' a man, the first caller on the audio, tells the switch operator.  'There's arcing wires. There's people on the floor of the crashed vehicle. We think someone might be dead.  'I think one person made it out of the vehicle, but there's someone on...
    PETE Davidson has fans believing his ex-Kim is "jealous" of his newfound romance with actress Chase Sui Wonders. Rumors began circulating last month that Pete, 29, was dating Chase Sui, 26, following his split from Kim. 5Fans think Kim Kardashian 'must be so jealous' of her ex-Pete Davidson's new love affair with Chase Sui WondersCredit: YouTube/Angie Martinez 5Rumors began circulating last month that Pete and Chase Sui were dating as they've been spotted on numerous outing togetherCredit: Rex As their relationship heats up, fans have wondered what the model's reaction could be to her ex's new love affair. One fan started the discussion in a popular Kardashian forum by sharing photos of Pete and Chase Sui getting cozy at an amusement park. The couple enjoyed the day together earlier this week at Universal Studios in California. Cameras captured the lovebirds walking arm and arm, smiling, throughout the park, and even exchanging a few kisses while riding on an escalator. Read More on Pete DavidsonWONDERS-FUL Pete Davidson and Chase Sui Wonders caught making out at theme park in new picsBROOKLYN'S ROMEO...
    Poll Do YOU think Jeremy Clarkson should be sacked from Who Wants To Be A Millionaire? Vote here... Yes No Not Sure Do YOU think Jeremy Clarkson should be sacked from Who Wants To Be A Millionaire? Vote here... Yes 852 votes No 4444 votes Not Sure 121 votes Now share your opinion       A huge majority of MailOnline readers believe Jeremy Clarkson should keep his job on Who Wants To Be A Millionaire? amid the ongoing row over his controversial Meghan Markle column.  In a poll of more than 3,000 people, some 78 per cent backed the former Top Gear host to keep presenting the quiz show, while just 19 per cent thought he should be sacked. Three per cent said they were unsure.  It comes as fans of the 62-year-old fear he is being 'cancelled in front of our eyes' after it was reported that Amazon Prime is set to stop producing the presenter's shows - Clarkson's Farm and The Grand...
    Tom Williams/CQ Roll Call An ex-campaign staffer for Rep. George Santos (R-NY) predicted his former employer will ultimately face legal repercussions regarding his finances. Santos, a freshman congressman, was found to have lied about many aspects of his life, including his ancestry and where he worked. While those are not typically legal matters, perhaps the biggest question is how Santos became flush with millions of dollars after he reported having no assets and a $55,000 salary on a disclosure form during his 2020 run for Congress. That bid was unsuccessful, but by 2022, Santos was well-off enough to loan his campaign $705,000. The origin of the money remains a mystery. He has so far resisted calls to resign from Congress. In a comprehensive piece published by Talking Points Memo on Wednesday, a former Santos staffer spoke about the campaign. “I got nervous and I got defensive that things were not on the up and up. I felt like things were not right,” the source told TPM while being granted anonymity. The staffer said the finances of the Santos campaign were...
    Best friends who live together after both getting divorced claim 'you don't need a man to be happy', and admit they're often mistaken for a couple.  Marissa Baker, 30, and, Patty Kulak, 27, who live in Naples, Florida, describe themselves as 'platonic soulmates' who will be in each other's lives forever. They claim they're often mistaken for a couple with strangers asking if they're in a relationship with each other because they get along so well. They met on January 1, 2021 at Marissa's birthday party and when Patty separated in January 2021, she was supported by Marissa - who also separated from her husband in May 2021. Patty Kulak, 27, (left) and Marissa Baker, 30, (right) who live in Naples, Florida, are  'platonic soulmates' and will be in each other's lives forever RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Prince Harry's memoir Spare accidentally goes on sale in... 'It's pathetic!' Prince Harry is acting like a 'child in a... Share this article Share The singletons decided to move in together in May 2021 as they...
    AN HR manager has revealed her take on wearing spaghetti straps to work. Ashley Herd, who posts on TikTok under the handle @managermethod, has shared why she thinks employers should be lenient when it comes to spaghetti straps. 2Ashley Herd has revealed her take on spaghetti straps in the workplaceCredit: TikTok/@managermethod 2Herd thinks employers should be lenientCredit: TikTok/@managermethod In her recent TikTok video, Herd said she was asked by an employer to send out a reminder about dress codes with more people returning to the office. "If you're coming in hot about the dress code, it's important to know why," she said. "Honestly it's passive aggressive to have HR send a reminder to everyone. "They'll just wonder, 'Ooh, who wore spaghetti straps?' READ MORE FASHION STORIESBRILLIANT BOOST I have big boobs & couldn't wear strapless tops until I found a cheap hackBATTLE OF THE BULGE I’m plus-sized & there’s a clear winner between Skims & Spanx Herd goes on to question dress codes in general. "What's the point of a dress code?," she mused. "Look professional, but that can vary....
    Dear Amy: Fifty-two years ago, my sister shared a secret with me on the condition that I tell no one. She has five children, two of them with her first husband. The secret is that the three others were conceived with three different men while she was married to that husband. I’m experiencing guilt about holding this secret and feel my adult nieces and nephews have a basic right to know their truth. Her fear of being disowned by her children once they know the truth keeps her quiet. Plus, she sees no reason to upset so many families. Is it her secret to keep from her five adult children? The letters I read in your column make it clear that eventually, with the prevalence of DNA testing, it’s only a matter of time until this is revealed. Is it my secret to tell? Your thoughts? Not my Secret? Dear Not: Knowing a secret doesn’t make it “yours.” So this secret is not yours to share. Yes, your sister’s adult children do have the right to know their DNA heritage....
    If you have a temperamental toddler it could be worth incorporating cuddles into their bedtime routine, a new study suggests. Researchers have discovered passive tricks to help a child fall asleep – for example cuddling, singing and reading – are positively linked to a child's temperament. On the other hand taking more active measures like walking, going on a drive or playing with your child appear to have a negative effect, the study suggests. A team of international scientists asked 841 parents across 14 countries to participate, who all had toddlers aged between 17 and 40 months. Researchers have discovered passive tricks to help a child fall asleep – for example cuddling, singing and reading – are positively linked to a child's temperament They were asked to report their toddler's temperament and what techniques they use to encourage their child to sleep. Analysis revealed countries with greater reliance on passive strategies had children who were more sociable, with positive effects such as a toddler smiling and laughing more. RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next NHS's 'toughest...
    The View co-host Joy Behar confronted Gov. Jared Polis (D-CO) on Colorado’s red flag law in light of the shooting that killed five people and wounded 18 others at Club Q, an LGBTQ nightclub in Colorado Springs on Saturday. The suspect, Anderson Lee Aldrich, 22, went undetected by Colorado’s red flag law, which Polis signed in 2019. That law prohibits the possession, purchase or receiving of firearms by anybody who “poses a significant risk to self or others by having a firearm in his or her custody or control,” according to the Colorado General Assembly. “Just last year this suspect was arrested for allegedly making a bomb threat, but for some reason, that didn’t trigger Colorado’s red flag law, which you signed in 2019,” said Behar during Tuesday’s episode of The View. “How is that possible? Why didn’t authorities take his weapons away? If an incident like this didn’t trigger the law, what is going to trigger the law? Don’t you think this needs to be evaluated again, sir?” Polis responded that all the facts about the shooting aren’t yet...
    President Joe Biden admitted for the first time since Democrats kept the Senate and beat expectations in the House that they likely lacked the support to codify Roe v. Wade's abortion protections. Asked at a press conference in Bali about the topic – a driving issue in the elections in key House and Senate races – Biden said Monday that 'I don't think they can expect too much of anything other than we're going to maintain our positions' on the abortion issue.' Democrats had hoped that by boosting their Senate majority they could try to pass a law restoring protections that the Supreme Court struck down and left up to states.  'I don't think there's enough votes to codify unless something unusual happens in the House,' said Biden.  The Democratic House passed a bill this year that would have codified Roe, but it couldn't get through the 50-50 Senate already controlled by Democrats.  Now Democrats are looking at a 50 or 51 seat majority in the Senate. But Biden still likely lacks the votes to jam through procedural changes that would...
    LEAH Messer has posed for a sweet "Friendsgiving" shoot with her three daughters Aleeah, Ali and Addie. The Teen Mom 2 alum, 30, posted snaps of them posing in matching red and black pajamas at the weekend. 5Leah Messer has posed for a sweet 'Friendsgiving' shoot with her three daughters Aleeah, Ali and AddieCredit: Instagram 5Ali and Aleeah, both 12, wore matching pajamasCredit: Instagram Leah posed on the stairs with her twins Ali and Aleeah, both 12, and youngest daughter Addie, nine, in one image. In another, her twins pulled funny faces at the camera while standing in the kitchen. The group was also joined by Leah's pregnant sister Victoria, who showed off her growing baby bump. Teen Mom fans flooded the comments to gush over how "grown-up" the girls look. Read More on Leah LEAH'S TWIN Teen Mom Leah's daughter Adalynn, 9, looks so grown up in sweet new photoSO MESSY Teen Mom Leah Messer and her friends shade her ex Jaylan Mobley & his post One wrote: "Love the matching pjs for you!...
    Personally I am not a fan of cutting anything entirely from your diet — it’s rarely warranted medically and can leave you at risk of nutrition shortfalls. But plenty of the people I see in clinic have chosen at one stage or another to cut one staple out of their diets: bread. The low-carb movement, associations with weight gain and, of course, the gluten it contains have helped move bread to the dietary equivalent of the naughty step in many people’s eyes. But bread can be a convenient source of nutrients and, let’s face it, a nice slice of freshly baked bread is one of life’s pleasures — and I don’t want to start denying people those. Personally I am not a fan of cutting anything entirely from your diet — it’s rarely warranted medically and can leave you at risk of nutrition shortfalls, writes Dr Megan Rossi (pictured)  For any of you who have turned your back on bread, let me explain why you might want to think again. Grainy types of bread (sold as wholemeal, for example) can...
    Anyone who reads my column knows I am a big fan of planned sex (for lots of long-term couples, sex simply wouldn't happen unless they make time for it.) But there are many reasons why your sex life will benefit from having more spontaneous sex, too. Doing it right there, right then, reminds you of what sex was like at the heady start. Adding danger gets your heart thumping and causes those (long dried up) sex and love hormones to come flooding back. Doing it when the urge strikes is often the most satisfying time. Delaying by mere seconds usually means the moment has passed, the excitement drains – and opportunity is lost. Having any kind of risky sex pushes you out of your comfort zones - one of the few known ways to keep us interested in sex when we're forced to do it with the same person repeatedly. Seriously, how exciting is sex in your bedroom, just before sleep, ever going to be when it's the thousandth time you've done it? Tracey Cox says spontaneity is usually lacking...
    Republicans on Capitol Hill are bracing for Donald Trump to be slapped with federal charges sometime before the 2024 election cycle, a new report claims on Monday. Members of the former president's party predicted he could be indicted as soon as 60 to 90 days after the November 8 midterm elections, GOP aides reportedly told The Hill. It comes as Trump finds himself embroiled in a litany of state, federal and Congressional inquiries - ranging from fraud allegations against his family real estate empire, to his handling of classified records, to his efforts to overturn the 2020 election results. 'A couple of weeks after the election, I assume that [Attorney General Merrick Garland] will indict Trump,' one person described as a 'veteran aide' said. Another person, who believes an indictment will only rally more Republicans to Trump's cause, said charging Trump would only be viewed as more political the closer it got to 2024. 'There’s a substantial risk in waiting,' they said. The litany of investigations linked to Donald Trump are helping bolster GOP support of him for a potential...
    (CNN)After nearly three years of the pandemic, national test scores for students aren't where educators hoped they would be — does that mean it's time to break out the math and vocabulary drills?Maybe not, experts say.The National Center for Education Statistics, a branch of the US Department of Education, gives an exam every year to fourth and eighth graders in math and reading, which is often called the "Nation's Report Card." This year's assessment showed students fell behind in reading and had the largest decline ever in math, according to the results.The drop may be concerning, but it's not surprising given the large disruption to learning over the course of the first two years of the pandemic, said Doug Clements, distinguished professor and chair in the department of early childhood learning at the University of Denver. What we didnt learn from plunging test scores for US students"This should be seen as a testament to what teachers do in regular circumstances," said Julie Sarama, professor and chair in the department of innovative learning technologies at the University of Denver. "We all...
    INVESTIGATING a crime can be a mind-boggling endeavor. Many of us live vicariously through the cops on the detective shows we watch, hoping we too can solve the tricky cases they take on. 3A man named Matthew Palandra shared a riddle that tells you if you're smart enough to be in the FBICredit: TikTok/themagicmatt 3It involves a complicated murder caseCredit: TikTok/themagicmatt A man named Matthew Palandra, who goes by @themagicmatt on TikTok, shared a riddle that will tell you if you think like a detective. “According to the FBI, if you could solve this riddle, you might be smart enough to become a special agent,” he said. To get it right, it’s important to pay attention to every detail of the story. “A man and a woman go out for drinks on their first date,” Matthew began. READ MORE ON RIDDLESBEADY-EYED Halloween brainteaser challenges you to find the black cat in a spooky sceneCAT AND MOUSE You may have 20/20 vision if you can spot the cat hiding in cluttered study “It’s a blazing hot summer day, so while the...
    Aaron Rodgers turned on the charm and showcased his dry humour and support of Manchester City as he faced British media for the first time. And the 38-year-old Green Bay Packers quarterback, a four-time MVP, also said he is happy with the level of protection provided against concussion by the NFL - but urged players to self-police. ‘I do think it’s enough,’ he said when asked about the level of protection provided to players by the NFL. ‘I just think we have to police ourselves as well and be smart about that. Players want to be out there. But we need to think about our long-term health. ‘I think we all know the difference between getting rocked and getting concussed. There is definitely a difference. I’ve had a few on the field and there’s a difference between getting nailed and going to the sideline, maybe your jaw or neck is hurting a little bit and actually having a concussion. With the Green Bay Packers playing in London for the first time, Aaron Rodgers spoke to the British press about concussions,...
    More On: lisa rinna ‘RHOBH’ recap: Lisa reveals what Kathy allegedly said during ‘psychotic break’ Kathy Hilton supports claim that Lisa Rinna is going after her to ‘save her job’ Unpacking ‘RHOBH’ drama, plus where Meredith Marks stands with Jen Shah ‘RHOBH’ recap: Lisa Rinna says ‘devil’ Kathy Hilton’s Aspen tirade caused ‘PTSD’ Double take. Bravo fans had a field day on Tuesday after the “Real Housewives” network posted what looked like a heavily-filtered photo of Lisa Rinna during the taping of “The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills.” In the Instagram photos, many believed the retired model looked just like Khloé Kardashian, who has been criticized for years for using photo filters. Rinna, 59, rocked a tight animal-print dress with a black peekaboo bra and matching heels. She completed the look with a long wig — resembling Kardashian’s usual blonde balayage — and silver jewelry. One user commented, “Khloe wants her face back Rinna,” while another said, “Rinna wanna be a Kardashian so bad ????.” Rinna sported a...
    A relationship expert shockingly revealed you should imagine separating from your partner and even divorcing them to know if they're the one you.  Influencer and podcaster Christina Najjar, known online as Tinx, 31, from Los Angeles, California, has been dubbed as 'TikTok's older sister', and regularly shares advice on relationships and mental health to her over 1.5 million followers.  Most recently, the 31-year-old shared an email she received from an unnamed relationship expert who offered up some advice on how to make a romance last - and how to know whether the relationship is truly meant to be.  Among the advice, the relationship expert advised that you should ask yourself what 'piece of clothing' in your closet your partner is and most surprisingly, explained that 'imagining divorce' is a surefire way to know whether or not your significant other is right for you.  The beginning of the email reads: 'Love/infatuation is like a drug and it fades after three to four years. When dating someone ask yourself: Would I want to be both married and divorced to this person?'  An unnamed...
    President Joe Biden had a simple and stern message for Russian Federation President Vladimir Putin when asked about the potential for a tactical nuclear strike in Ukraine: “DON’T!” In an interview that will air on Sunday’s edition of CBS News’ 60 Minutes, anchor Scott Pelley asked Biden what he would say to Putin amid speculation the Russian leader is increasingly desperate after setbacks in Ukraine this week. Biden gave a stern warning, then scoffed when Pelley followed up by asking what the U.S. would do in such a case: SCOTT PELLEY: As Ukraine succeeds on the battlefield, Vladimir Putin is becoming embarrassed and pushed into a corner. And I wonder, Mr. President, what you would say to him if he is considering using chemical or tactical nuclear weapons. PRESIDENT JOE BIDEN: Don’t! Don’t! Don’t! It would change the face of war unlike anything since World War Two. SCOTT PELLEY: And the consequences of that would be what? What would the U.S. response be? PRESIDENT JOE BIDEN: You think I would tell you if I knew exactly what it would be?...
    Prince Harry's autobiography is a 'ticking timebomb which Charles and William wanted to diffuse', a royal author said today - as he claimed it will be published as planned in November despite the Queen's death.  Tom Bower, whose biography of Meghan Markle was released earlier this year, said the book would be printed at Clays in Bungay, Suffolk, under conditions of great secrecy, with staff being checked on their way out for copies. He added: 'The book is a timebomb which Charles and William wanted to defuse. Harry did not think that he would be in the UK when the Queen died and the circumstances are different to how they all envisaged it. 'That said I hear that it is being printed at Clays. It will take weeks to print and then weeks to distribute it globally.' A source close to the duke disputed the accuracy of Bower’s account, although they did not comment specifically on the planned publication date.  Tom Bower, whose biography of Meghan Markle was released earlier this year, claimed the Duke of Sussex was 'insisting' on the...
    IF you think heart attack, you probably imagine a middle-aged bloke clutching his chest while he drops to the floor. That’s the standard image on TV. But heart attacks kill 77 women every day in the UK – and women are 50 per cent more likely to be wrongly diagnosed when it comes to coronary problems. 2Cathy Read, from Wiltshire had a heart attack on a coastal walk with husband Chris, 43, a business development manager, in February 2021, she thought she was just unwellCredit: Cathy Read Dr Allyah Abbas-Hanif, honorary senior clinical lecturer at Imperial College London, says the gender disparity “has led to worrying misdiagnosis and delays for women, tragically leading to thousands of women unnecessarily dying”. New research from Imperial suggests 12,000 women in the UK were misdiagnosed and missed out on critical heart disease care in the last two decades, leading to deaths that could have been prevented. The study also found that five per cent of women having a heart attack were wrongly classified as not at high risk of death. Below, we show you...
    PETE Davidson has resurfaced for a rare photo after splitting from Kim Kardashian and as her ex Kanye West is Instagram ranting. Fans said he looked happy to not be with her. 5Pete Davidson was spotted in a rare photo in New York City Saturday, looking happyCredit: Instagram/@hill_doria 5He and Kim Kardashian broke up last monthCredit: Getty Pete, 28, was front-and-center of a surprising photo on Saturday. "I'm having withdrawals from this trip," the poster, named Hillary, captioned her Instagram photo slideshow. Pete posed with the five smiling ladies who were in New York City. It's unclear if they happened to run into the actor or are friends with him - but what was clear is how fans felt about his energy. Read more on Pete DavidsonFOR PETE'S SAKE Kardashian fans are saying the same thing about Kanye's rant against PeteCAN YE BELIEVE IT? Kardashian fans share wild theory on Kim's relationship status with Pete 'HAPPILY OUT OF DRAMA' The star wore a white zip-up hoodie, black sunglasses, a mild beard and an absolutely wide smile. He looked zen as...
    A woman has sparked a furious debate asking whether expensive restaurants should have a policy on noisy children.  The woman took to British parenting forum Mumsnet complaining that her adult night out was ruined by a family with three children sitting next to her.  While she got support in some quarters - with one Mumsnet user writing, 'I'd have left a long time before', others slammed her views.  A woman has sparked a furious debate asking whether expensive restaurants should have a policy on noisy children. Stock image  The woman took to British parenting forum Mumsnet complaining that her adult night out was ruined by a family with three children sitting next to her One wrote: 'So parents shouldn't be entitled to a meal out? Babies cry and toddlers can make noise. You're in a public restaurant.'  The woman wrote: 'About 10 minutes after we'd sat down a couple came in pushing a buggy and with 2 other children in tow. They were seated at the table beside us. 'One child kept bashing his spoon off the table, another kept...
    TEEN Mom fans are blasting Leah Messer's engagement ring as too much, accusing the MTV star of trying to be like another reality star. The famous mom's partner, Jaylan Mobley, popped the question during a beach vacation in Costa Rica. 6Teen Mom fans are slamming Leah Messer's engagement ring from Jaylan MobleyCredit: Instagram/@leahmesser 6The reality star showed off her ring on social media amid speculationCredit: Instagram 6Fans have accused her of trying to be like the Kardashians with her ringCredit: Getty Fans reposted Leah's engagement ring photos on Reddit, slamming her new jewelry as "too big," among other things. One critic commented: "No diamond can ever be too big IMO. I just wish it wasn't haloed, that's what makes it gaudy." Another Teen Mom fan wrote: "It's too big for me, but it's not my ring. If she loves it, then it's the perfect size for her." A third commenter slammed the star, writing: "She's trying to be like the Kardashians." More on Leah'I'M OBSESSED' Teen Mom Leah flaunts giant engagement ring in video after Jaylan proposesJAYMOB All you...
    The young Washington DC prosecutor determined to put a daycare owner behind bars for shooting her alleged child molester husband in the neck and leg can be revealed today by DailyMail.com as public outrage over the case grows.  LaVater Massie-Banks, 29, is the Assistant US Attorney who is leading the case against Shanteari Weems, a 50-year-old daycare owner now facing 10 years in prison for shooting her husband.  On July 21, Shanteari drove from her home in Randallstown, Maryland, to the Mandarin Oriental hotel in Washington DC to confront her husband, retired Baltimore cop James Weems Jr.  She had just been told by one of the mothers of the children she looks after that James had been sexually abusing the child.  Now, she is being held in custody on charges of aggravated assault with a weapon. If convicted, she faces up to ten years behind bars.  She and James have been married for just five years, and her adult children say the allegations against him ruin their mother's 20 plus year career in childcare.   LaVater Massie-Banks, 29, is the Assistant US...
    IT'S hard enough to choose a name for your baby. But it's even more difficult if you have an unfortunate surname - like Samantha Busch. 2Samantha Busch took to TikTok to reveal the names she'd had to avoid for her kids because of her surnameCredit: TikTok/@samantha.busch 2Samantha is the wife of American racing driver Kyle Busch, and the pair are seen here with their son Brexton back in 2016Credit: Getty Samantha - the wife of American racing driver Kyle Busch - posted a video on TikTok of the "names that are unfortunate with the last name Busch". Sharing a snap of her baby girl, she then listed the names that her schoolmates probably wouldn't take too kindly to if she had settled on one. "Harry Busch, Ryder Busch, Anita Busch, Rose Busch, Thor Busch, Seymour Busch, Hunter Busch," she wrote over the picture. "Had to think hard about some of these names with the last name Busch," she added in the caption. Read more Baby Name storiesDON'T BE RASH I love my gorgeous baby...
    PAIGE SPIRANAC hit back at a social media troll who tried to taunt her about her looks. A Twitter user tried to put Paige down by saying she'll lose her glamor as she gets older. 6Paige Spiranac posted this picture of her mom in her 60sCredit: instagram 6Paige said her mom was 'hot in 2019 and hot in 2022'Credit: INSTAGRAM But the social media star was having none of it and shut the user down. One follower tweeted her: "Let's see how your (sic) doing in 20yrs from now with out your looks." Paige, 29, responded with a photo of her alongside her mother. And she wrote: "This is my mom in her 60s. I think I’m going to be just fine." READ MORE SPORT STORIESTAUNTING HELL Paige Spiranac taking therapy after vile threats including sperm being sentSTAGE NAME Paige Spiranac reveals she was forced to change her name over stalking hell The golf star, who has over three million Instagram followers, added a photo of her mom that was three years old. And Paige wrote: "Was hot in 2019....
    (CNN)Married and intimate couples are often looking for ways to maximize satisfaction and compatibility. Countless self-help books, seminars and relationship experts have weighed in on what they feel are the keys to a couple's happiness and longevity. The ideas have varied quite a bit, including the amount of time spent together, shared interests and similar levels of intelligence, not to mention degrees of fondness and admiration for one another. It's often said that longtime partners develop their own language, a shorthand from building a strong bond. In the same vein, consider the five love languages, which are acts of service, gift-giving, physical touch, quality time and words of affirmation. Fighting with a loved one is healthy if you do it right. Heres howThirty years ago, author, speaker and marriage counselor Gary Chapman wrote "The Five Love Languages: How to Express Heartfelt Commitment to Your Mate." If you learn which language your partner favors and act in accordance with that language, the theory goes, you will find more satisfaction and longevity in your relationship. Conversely, you waste time and energy if...
    Democrat Rep. Carolyn Maloney apologized to President Joe Biden on Thursday in an awkward CNN interview after the longtime New York lawmaker said Biden would not be running for re-election in 2024. It's the second time Maloney has been forced to backpedal over her apparent gaffe, which occurred during a debate on Tuesday night for the hotly contested Democratic primary race in New York's 12th Congressional District. Maloney was asked multiple times about her comments during the tense Thursday morning interview, each time giving an increasingly more exasperated response. She pledged to support the president's 2024 re-election bid on Thursday morning - but doubled-down on doubting the campaign would come to fruition.  'Mr. President, I apologize. I want you to run. I happen to think you won't be running, but when you run or if you run I will be there 100 percent,' Maloney said toward the end of her appearance on CNN's New Day. 'You are a great president. And thank you for everything you've done for my state, and all the states and all the cities, in America....
    Rep. Carolyn Maloney (D-NY) apologized for her comments earlier in the week casting doubt on whether President Joe Biden will pursue reelection in 2024. While reaffirming that she does not believe Biden will run for a second term in the White House, Maloney underscored that she wants him to run and will support a reelection bid. REP. CAROLYN MALONEY JOINS RANKS OF DEMOCRATS SKEPTICAL OF BIDEN REELECTION "Mr. President, I apologize. I want you to run. I happen to think you won't be running, but when you run or if you run, I will be there 100%. You have deserved it. You are a great president, and thank you for everything you've done," she said during an interview with CNN Thursday. Rep. Carolyn Maloney (D-NY) walks back: "Mr. President, I apologize. I want you to run. I happen to think you won't be running, but when you run or if you run, I will be there 100%. You have deserved it. You are a great president and thank you for everything you've done ..." pic.twitter.com/w8gUATVkf9— The...
    ProPublica is a Pulitzer Prize-winning investigative newsroom. Sign up for The Big Story newsletter to receive stories like this one in your inbox. Forty members of Congress on Monday asked the IRS and the Treasury to investigate what the lawmakers termed an “alarming pattern” of right-wing advocacy groups registering with the tax agency as churches, a move that allows the organizations to shield themselves from some financial reporting requirements and makes it easier to avoid audits. Reps. Jared Huffman, D-Calif., and Suzan DelBene, D-Wash., raised transparency concerns in a letter to the heads of both agencies following a ProPublica story about the Family Research Council, a right-wing Christian think tank based in Washington, D.C., getting reclassified as a church. Thirty-eight other lawmakers, including Reps. Adam Schiff, D-Calif., Debbie Wasserman Schultz, D-Fla., Rashida Tlaib, D-Mich., and Jamie Raskin, D-Md., signed onto the letter. “FRC is one example of an alarming pattern in the last decade — right-wing advocacy groups self-identifying as ‘churches’ and applying for and receiving church status,” the representatives wrote, noting the organization’s policy...
    Bill Maher likened disgraced ex-New York Governor Andrew Cuomo to womanizers Bill Clinton and JFK in an interview with the former lawmaker's brother Chris.  Chris Cuomo made the appearance on Real Time with Bill Maher Friday to promote his new NewsNation show - but was grilled about his sibling too. 'Did you ever think that his downfall would be women?' Maher asked. 'I never pictured that guy... I mean, the Kennedys, okay sure. Bill Clinton, come on. Even Hillary once said he's a hard dog to keep on the porch. I never thought that would be Andrew Cuomo's downfall, women.' Cuomo leveled with him: 'Yeah, me either. You don't foresee these kinds of things. You have to deal with life on life's terms. He's no different than anybody else.'  Earlier in the chat, Maher had asked for an update on the former governor, who resigned from his role in August 2021.   Maher asked: 'How is your brother doing? I have never seen a fall quite that steep. He was about to be the next nominee for the Democratic president of the...
    \u201c#Breakingnews \nThis morning , Gun point robbery took place a church at 922 Remsen Avenue in Brooklyn NY , they robbed jewelry from the church goers including the pastor and fled in a Benz. The NYPD is investigating this at the moment \n#Newsnight #weekend #Church\u201d — Viral News NY (@Viral News NY) 1658693952 Whitehead indicated he believes he was targeted in an interview with local news station WCBS-TV. "I said, 'All right, all right, all right,' pretty much stating that I'm not going to do anything because I know you're coming for me. You're coming straight to me. I don't want my parishioners hurt. I've got women and children there," the bishop recounted. "As I got down, one went to my wife and took all her jewelry and had the gun in front of my 8-month-old baby's face. Took off my bishop's ring, my wedding band, and took off my bishop's chain, and then I had chains underneath my robe and he started tapping my neck to see if anything else. So that means they knew. They...
    DEAR HARRIETTE: I think that a friend of mine is lying about her ethnicity in order to fit in with our friend group. She is fair-skinned and has always claimed to be biracial. I haven’t seen her father, but her mother is definitely a White woman. I understand that mixed-race people can look all types of ways, but I have my suspicions. I think that this girl is 100% White and decided to tell people that she is biracial. None of her social media shows that she has any Black relatives. What should I do?  I can’t just force her to prove her Blackness … can I? Deception Related Articles Advice | Harriette Cole: I’m afraid of what will happen when my kids Google my name Advice | Harriette Cole: We didn’t expect this reaction to my daughter’s prom photos Advice | Harriette Cole: My boyfriend thought I was joking about my plan to honor my grandmother Advice | Harriette Cole: She’s not a celebrity, and she’s eager to meet my friends who...
    A sports fisherman was on a rowing boat on a river in Brazil with his tour guide when they threw a lifejacket to a dog that appeared to need help. However, after the ‘dog’ grabbed onto the lifejacket, they realized it wasn’t a dog. Source: ViralHog/Youtube Once the monkey grabs onto the lifejacket, the pair starts driving the boat towards shore. However, the primate decided to climb onto the vessel and wait out the journey there. The pair were terrified, as male monkeys can often be aggressive. The monkey, however, didn’t want any trouble and climbed to the top of the boat until they got to shore. When they were close enough, the grateful animal leaped into a tree and swung back into the jungle. This small action from these men was likely a huge help for the animal, and we are glad that he safely got back on land! Being publicly-funded gives us a greater chance to continue providing you with high-quality content.Click here to Support Us Related Content: Researchers Find Captive Monkeys Prefer Music to...
    I’d never thought of myself as the marrying kind. Yet here I am in London’s Hatton Garden, shopping for an engagement ring for my girlfriend, Naomi. I’ve taken the grown-up decision to surprise her with a proposal, but, like most of the men I can see around me, I’m clueless about the right thing to buy. Luckily my two former flatmates, Philippa and Hope, are on hand for moral support and expert female advice. ‘Gold or silver?’ ‘Shape of stone?’ ‘Emerald or diamond?’ I had no idea there would be this many questions. When Max Dickins proposed to his girlfriend, he realised he couldn't think of anyone to be his  best man. He soon found himself asking the question: Why do so many men have so few friends? (STOCK) Eighteen shops later we give up and retreat to the pub. ‘So come on,’ says Philippa over a glass of wine. ‘Tell us, then. Who are you thinking of for the best man?’ And for what feels like the hundredth time that day, I have no idea what to say. That...
    Tetra Images - Erik Isakson | Brand X Pictures | Getty Images Investment funds that promote values like the environment and social good have become more popular. But trying to pick a so-called ESG fund — especially one that aligns well with your interests — may seem about as easy as drying a towel in a rainstorm. "I think it can be really hard to know where to start," said Fabian Willskytt, associate director of public markets at Align Impact, a financial advice firm that specializes in values-based investing. Luckily, there are some simple steps investors can take to get started and invest with confidence.ESG fundsSteve Cicero | Photographer's Choice | Getty ImagesFunds that allocate investor money according to environmental, social and governance issues held $357 billion at the end of 2021 — more than four times the total three years earlier, according to Morningstar, which tracks data on mutual and exchange-traded funds. Investors poured $69.2 billion into ESG funds (also known as sustainable or impact funds) last year, an annual record, according to Morningstar. These funds come in a...
    SHE went viral earlier this year when her mum shared a video of her hysterically crying while hugging Goofy at Disney World. And despite the clip prompting an outpouring of criticism from cruel trolls - with some insisting Sarah Rachul needed to "get help" - the 28-year-old insists she's proud to be an adult Disney fan. 2Sarah Rachul was criticised online after a video went viral of her sobbing hysterically when she hugged Goofy at Disney WorldCredit: TikTok/@everydayisdisney 2Some people commenting on the video suggested that Sarah needed to "get help"Credit: TikTok/@everydayisdisney "The reason I think so many people hate Disney adults is seen in my comment section," Sarah told Insider. "People who say, 'Wow I wish I could be this happy'. "We are so secure in who we are and what we like. "It p**ses people off because they want to be like that and they can't." Read more Disney stories TOP IT OFF I was kicked out of Disney my ‘inappropriate’ crop top - I don’t see the problemWATCH OUT I lost my...
    Donald Trump on Wednesday morning said the elementary school shooting in Uvlade, Texas is a 'moment in time that will never be forgotten' and extended his 'grief and sorrow' for the victims of the mass slaughter. However, the former president is still expected to appear at an event for the National Rifle Association on Friday along with other prominent Republicans - even as more than a dozen families in the Lone Star State grieve the loss of their young children.   An 18-year-old gunman killed at least 19 children and two adults when he opened fire inside a classroom on Tuesday at Robb Elementary School.   The shooter was reportedly killed by law enforcement. 'So hard to think or report about anything else after watching the Texas school "massacre" which took place yesterday,' Trump wrote on his app Truth Social. 'Thank you to the great wisdom and bravery of our Law Enforcement Professionals, and condolences to all who are suffering so gravely with the loss of those incredible souls so close to you.' He concluded, 'No words can express the sorrow and grief...
    Young girls in America are experiencing puberty at an earlier age than biologists would particularly expect, with black girls undergoing the process a year earlier than their peers on average, experts warn. The phenomena was first detected by Dr Marcia Herman-Giddens, a public health expert at the University of North Carolina, when she began to gather data on more than 17,000 girls from the mid-1990s on. She found that the average age of puberty was dropping, falling to ten years old, with some girls developing as early as age six.  While there are no concrete reasons to explain what is happening, experts tell the New York Times they believe it has been caused by a combination of increasing obesity rates, the prevalence of chemicals used in plastic and the stress they are feeling in every day life. Experts also warn that girls that undergo these early puberties are at an increased risk of developing multiple types of cancer and suffer from mental health issues like depression or anxiety. Young girls are having puberty at earlier ages, with the average age...
    An order by Vladimir Putin to strike Ukraine or the West with nuclear weapons would be ignored by his top commanders, a senior investigative journalist has said. Many leading military and security officials as well as oligarch cronies believe Putin to be dying or gravely ill, said Christo Grozev, who is an expert on Russian affairs and is associated with the Bellingcat open source research group. Believing that Putin could soon die, his inner circle would not risk being hauled before a modern equivalent of the Nuremberg trials for unleashing Armageddon, nor would they obey a Putin order to kill opposition foes, Mr Grozev claimed. The Russian president placed Moscow's nuclear forces on high alert shortly after his invasion of Ukraine began February 24, raising fears he could press the button as the war in Ukraine continues to go against him.  And amid increasing Western support to Ukraine, Putin has made thinly veiled threats hinting at a willingness to deploy Russia's tactical nuclear weapons, which Russian military doctrine holds can be used to force an adversary to retreat. Meanwhile, Russia has increasingly resorted...
    Oprah Winfrey has revealed she thinks it is too soon to remove certain COVID-19 restrictions and that she will continue to wear a mask inside planes and enclosed buildings, or around unvaccinated people.  Discussing her new documentary 'The Color of Care' with the Los Angeles Times, the veteran talk show host revealed she spent 332 days without leaving her home during the peak of the pandemic.   Oprah went on to tell the LA times she is not quite ready just yet to let go of precautions.   'I personally think it's too soon to be removing masks from planes. But that's what people choose to do. And if I were on a commercial plane, I would be one of the people who would still be wearing my mask,' Oprah told the Los Angeles Times.  She continued: 'And I would be one of the people still wearing my masks in an enclosed building with people who I didn't know if they were or were not vaccinated. But that is just me. And I certainly accept that there are other people who disagree. I'm OK with...
    PETE Davidson has shown a glimpse at his Los Angeles rental home near his girlfriend Kim Kardashian's Calabasas mansion. The comedian currently resides in Staten Island, New York, though he is considering moving to the west coast. 5Pete Davidson gave fans a glimpse at his LA mansionCredit: Instagram/netflixisajoke 5He is currently renting a property near his girlfriend Kim Kardashian's Calabasas compoundCredit: Instagram The 28-year-old showed a peek at his rental property in a video promoting his upcoming Netflix special. Netflix is a Joke shared the clip on their Instagram page of funnyman Pete - who primarily stays off of social media - reluctantly encouraging fans to tune into the show. "Hello, Netflix," he began before stumbling over what to say next. "I got a show at the Fondant Theater on Friday," he continued, "I got two shows I'm taping with my best friends." Read More on Kim Kardashian'UNTRUE' Ray J accuses Kim & Kanye of LYING about rapper flying to LA to pick up sex tapeSHOTS FIRED Kanye throws MAJOR SHADE at Kim & new BF...
    A 2022 bride has revealed a tip she claims all recently engaged couples must do. She said it can help them achieve their dream honeymoon for free. 3A woman in the midst of planning her wedding has revealed her best money-saving tipCredit: TikTok/@nicholepagano 3She said her strategy got her and her future husband free first-class tickets to EuropeCredit: Getty In a video posted to social media, bride Nichole Pagano called her guidance "the best wedding advice of all time." She went on to urge all newly engaged couples to open a new credit card as soon as possible. She claimed she has the Capital One Venture, Chase Sapphire Preferred, and Alaska Air credit cards. Pagano added that it's important to choose a card that's running some sort of sign-on bonus with the idea that couples will hit the spending minimum needed to achieve the bonus easily. Read more in lifestyleCHEAP DATE I planned my wedding for $500–my dress was $47 & guests paid for their own mealssomething's off I ordered a rainbow cake from Walmart for $24 but...
    MY kids, my rules – that's one mom is saying as she shared the strict orders people have to follow if they want to interact with her children. Taking to social media, pregnant mom of three Bailey Daugh shared the "things I'll be 'enforcing' after my baby born ... even being my fourth child." 4A mom revealed the three rules she's enforcing after her child is bornCredit: TikTok @baidaugh 4You need to get HER permission to come overCredit: TikTok @baidaugh The strict mom is giving birth to her first baby girl any day now. PERMISSION She said in her video that if people want to come over, they need to ask her permission. And asking her husband isn't enough, she has the final say. NO MEANS NO "You need to ask to hold her before just taking her out of my arms or out of her swing," she said. Read More Parenting StoriesNAME SHAME I was heartbroken when I lost my baby - now my sis has stolen name for daughterNAME GAME I'm pregnant & I have strict baby name...
    YOU only get one chance to announce your engagement on social media - so naturally, it's something plenty of couples agonise over. Do you post a pic of them down on one knee? Or wait until it's sunset to take an Instagram-worthy shot against a sunset? 2The couple proudly posted the news of their engagement on social mediaCredit: That's It, I'm Ring Shaming / facebook Earlier this month, one happy couple decided to go for a fuss-free approach and instead opt for a classic ring snap. Once she'd said yes, the groom held his bride-to-be's hand up to his phone and took a zoomed-in photo of the gold sparkler. After seeing the post on Facebook, one of the couple's friends shared the snap in the group That's It, I'm Ring Shaming. Inviting the 118,000 members to comment, the woman wrote: "A friend of mine just got engaged... what do we think?" Although the bride-to-be was chuffed with her ring, members took issue with the size of the diamond - with some even branding it "embarrassing". One replied: "This is...
    Getty Maxx Crosby of the Las Vegas Raiders. The Las Vegas Raiders made sweeping changes to the front office and coaching staff this offseason but even the new men in charge knew they had to take care of Maxx Crosby. The former fourth-round pick out of Eastern Michigan had a breakout year that saw him named Second-Team All-Pro. He was arguably the team’s best player last season and was headed into a contract year. Instead of the new brass taking the season to get a closer look at Crosby and seeing what to do with him later, general manager Dave Ziegler handed him a four-year extension that paid him $94 million, per Spotrac. While that made him one of the highest-paid players in the NFL on an annual basis, that doesn’t tell the whole story. Out of that $94 million, only $26.56 million was guaranteed at signing. For reference, Pittsburgh Steelers star pass rusher T.J. Watt was guaranteed $80 million at signing when he landed his new contract last year. Former NFL scout John Middlekauff was baffled at...
    Boris Johnson jumped two-footed into the row over trans rights today as he said biological males should not be allowed to compete in female-only sports events. The Prime Minister also said that parents should have 'involvement at the very least' in decisions made by children to alter their gender. He made his weightiest comments so far on the issue as he faced a Tory split over a ban on conversion therapy.  The PM backs making the 'abhorrent' practice of trying to force gay people to become heterosexual illegal. But he has refused to extend the proposed ban on the practice to trans people - despite opposition from backbench MPs and the Scottish Tories. Speaking during a visit to a hospital in Welwyn Garden City, the Prime Minister said: 'I don't think that it's reasonable for kids to be deemed so-called Gillick-competent to take decisions about their gender or irreversible treatments that they may have. I think there should be parental involvement at the very least.' And he added: 'I don't think that biological men should be competing in female sporting events'....
    WITH Netflix's Tindler Swindler terrifying viewers and hundreds of "proud catfishes" showing their make-up transformations on TikTok, singletons are rightly suspicious of their dates right now. But what happens when the shoe is on the other foot? 3Callum Flanagan, 32, is a teacher from WindsorCredit: Supplied 3Callum says he's often accused of being a catfish or asked 'are you real?'Credit: Supplied Callum Flanagan has been single for six years and says his good looks make it seriously difficult to date. The 32-year-old maths teacher, from Windsor, is a long-term Tinder user who tells Fabulous: "My looks tend to get in the way of dating. "I’m quite often asked if I'm real, which probably sounds a bit arrogant, but I think it’s more indicative of what the majority of women expect from guys these days. "If you’re a good looking guy who’s well groomed, you’ve got a good job, you’re confident but respectful, I think that can sometimes raise an eyebrow like ‘what’s the catch here?’ "Lots of women think you’re straight up lying. Sometimes I'm accused...