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    PRINCE Harry will not be welcome at the Coronation of King Charles because senior family figures fear what they say will “end up in paperback”. The Duke of Sussex, 38, has stunned the royals by revealing private conversations in his memoir, Spare, and in TV interviews this week. 8Prince Harry shows off his now repaired necklace during his appearance on The Late Show With Stephen ColbertCredit: TNI Press 8The Sun can reveal the families of Edward and Anne have serious concerns about Harry and Meghan attending the CoronationCredit: Netflix 8A stony-faced King Charles was pictured driving yesterday for the first time since Harry's book hit the shelvesCredit: Newsline 8Focused Kate at the wheel in WindsorCredit: Jon Bond Now the families of Princess Anne, 72, and Prince Edward, 58, are concerned that private details of the Coronation will be exploited at a later date. The King and Princess of Wales Kate were yesterday seen for the first time since Harry’s bombshell book hit the shelves. Charles, 74, looked grim-faced behind the wheel of his car at his Scottish estate Birkhall, while Kate,...
    Staff at Twitter are likening Elon Musk to Voldemort from the Harry Potter franchise because they dare not mention his name. Employees at the social network have avoided using their new owner's name on messaging service Slack, DailyMail.com can reveal. They fear that Musk's 'goons' from Tesla who he brought with him to Twitter will scan for mentions of 'Musk' and 'Elon' to find people being rude to him. Already Mush has fired at least a dozen workers who criticized him on Slack.  As a result Musk has been likened to 'He Who Must Not Be Named', or Voldemort, the villain from Harry Potter. The claim comes from a current employee at Twitter who branded Musk 'callous' and 'not able to put on a human face'. It starkly shows the breakdown in trust between Musk and the 3,500 employees who remain after he fired half of company. He has also axed some 4,400 contract workers cutting the number left to just over 1,000. Twitter employees are avoiding using Elon Musk's name on messaging service Slack, likening their new boss to Harry...
    President Joe Biden pledged to do everything he can to bring down high consumer prices during a speech to union workers in Ohio - though some within his administration apparently believe he could over-correct and plunge the country into a recession Progressive White House aides are again frustrated with President Joe Biden, a Thursday report suggests, this time about his mission to bring inflation down for American consumers. Administration officials reportedly expressed concern over the president's proposals to negate soaring costs, such as giving a wide deference to the Federal Reserve on driving up interest rates and easing trade tariffs on China. Unnamed staffers suggested to Politico that Biden's formula could over-correct inflation and push the United States economy into a recession. They fear that kind of financial downturn could massively 'undercut' gains the White House has scored in the job market, higher wages, as well as hinder Democrat-led proposals on childcare spending and lowering prescription drug costs, Politico reports. The outlet suggests that Biden advisers took particular issue with comments he made in May during a meeting with Fed...
    Americans are becoming increasingly worried about health care costs, whether in the form of surprise medical bills, monthly insurance premiums or the cost of prescription drugs.  The Kaiser Family Foundation's (KFF) Health Tracking Poll found that Americans are worried about inflation of all kinds, including in the realm of health. It found that more than half of Americans have put off medical care of some kind over the past year for financial reasons. Half of Americans are also worried about being able to afford unexpected medical bill, the survey found, with respondents also showing worry about the price of their monthly insurance premium and prescription drugs. Inflation has become a problem for Americans, with the already exorbitant rates some Americans pay for health care has also recently been compounded with increased prices for items like gasoline, groceries and utilities. More than half of Americans reported skipping some sort of medical treatment over the past year due to financial concerns, with a third skipping dental services Americans expressed worries about the costs of health care premiums and prescription drugs alongside other...
    President Biden's administration is seeking to control the population and instill fear of an unending pandemic, said Rep. Ronny Jackson, R-Texas, Wednesday on "Hannity." Jackson, the White House physician for former Presidents Obama and Trump, told Fox News that the omicron variant of the coronavirus is highly transmissible, but that the edicts big government is executing aren't solutions. "The single-cloth masks that the children are wearing are likely going to be ineffective, not really doing anything, because as we see such a high transmission, it is likely a lot of these virus particles," he said. "And we know the single masks don’t do much for that. Many people are having mild systems or even asymptomatic, so it’s not going to be those heavy respiratory droplets that are transmitting the virus as maybe we saw more of in some the other variants." When host Jason Chaffetz asked why the White House hasn't taken the opportunity, amid a new variant less virulent but more transmissible, to further examine herd immunity or therapeutics, Jackson said such answers impede the alleged desire by some...
    Tucker Carlson has claimed that jurors in the Kyle Rittenouse trial should have reached a verdict by now but are fearful of the 'pro-Biden mob' outside the courthouse threatening to 'burn, loot and destroy' if they acquit.  Rittenhouse, 18, shot dead two men and wounded another when he was attacked during BLM riots in Kenosha, Wisconsin, in August last year.  Carlson said its an open-and-shut self-defense case and that 'no honest person could reach a different conclusion.'  Jurors were sent home last night after spending almost eight hours deliberating on various charges including first-degree intentional homicide.  The National Guard are on standby as hundreds of BLM protesters have been demonstrating outside the courthouse and threatening to shut down the city if Rittenhouse walks free.   'The average jury,' Carlson told viewers, 'reaches a verdict in just a few hours, so these jurors are taking much longer than most, but it's probably not because the evidence they have heard is confusing them.'  Watch the latest video at foxnews.com Fox News Privacy Policy Tucker Carlson has claimed that jurors in the Kyle Rittenouse...
    Fox News’ Tucker Carlson suggested that the Kyle Rittenhouse jury should have reached a verdict by now, and the fact they haven’t yet means they fear being responsible for riots. The jury began deliberations Tuesday over whether to find Rittenhouse guilty on a number of charges, including first-degree intentional homicide. They ended day one without a decision and they will resume on Wednesday morning. “The average jury,” Carlson told viewers, “reaches a verdict in just a few hours, so these jurors are taking much longer than most, but it’s probably not because the evidence they have heard is confusing them.” He said the verdict is obvious and “no honest person could reach a different conclusion” than Rittenhouse acted in self-defense. “The question is why is it taking so long for this jury to produce a very obvious verdict?” Carlson asked. “Want the answer? Well, look outside the courtroom. There are hundreds of National Guard troops assembled tonight in Kenosha. Why are they there? Well, they have come in case Kyle Rittenhouse is acquitted.” “If he is acquitted, pretty much everyone...
    Savage Love I want to correct you on something you've said repeatedly: a man can "hide" his bisexual orientation. I disagree. I felt my boyfriend was gay or bi immediately, but he flatly denied it. But it was so obvious! He sucked at sex, he never initiated, and he was clueless about female anatomy! I was forced to hunt for proof, which I discovered after nine months. Then I mercilessly outed him to friends, humiliated him to his face, and finally confronted him with the proof of his profile on a gay hookup app. I enjoyed every wicked minute exposing his lies and telling everyone the truth because he used and exploited me in a fake relationship. I was wrong about a couple of things. First, I thought if I asked him if he was gay, he would confess and come clean with me. Wrong, he never did. Second, if he was gay, he wouldn't hide that fact because gays won the LGBT rights fight. Wrong. I am a fag hag but only because I like feeling superior and enjoy...
    A vast majority of unvaccinated Americans say they do not plan on getting COVID-19 shots, a new poll finds. The survey, conducted by CNBC/Change Research, asked 1,775 Americans how they felt about the vaccines. Of the respondents, 29 percent had not been vaccinated, and 83 percent of that group said that they never plan to receive the jabs.  There are not many things that could convince this segment of the population either with 84 percent saying even if the vaccines had no side effects they would not get the shots, and 87 percent would not get jabbed if they were mandated to do so by their employer. A third of unvaccinated Americans report that they are afraid of the government or do not trust the federal government as reasons why they have not received the jabs. Less that 10% said they would get the shots if the Delta variant became more of a problem, and 7% said they would do so if former President Donald Trump asked them to get jabbed Respondents to the poll offered different reasons as to...
    With COVID-19's ultra-infectious Delta variant raging in the United States — especially in red states with low vaccination rates — Mississippi Gov. Tate Reeves is arguing that residents of his state are "a little less scared" of the pandemic than other Americans because they tend to be more religious. And the Republican governor is being mocked without mercy on Twitter. At a GOP fundraiser in Memphis on August 26, Reeves commented, "When you believe in eternal life — when you believe that living on this Earth is but a blip on the screen, then you don't have to be so scared of things." Downplaying the severity of the COVID-19 pandemic — which, according to Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, has killed more than 4.5 million people worldwide — has been common among MAGA Republicans, many of whom have fought against protective face masks, vaccination, social distancing and other things that save lives. On August 28, Reeves tweeted about Hurricane Ida — which has been slamming Louisiana: Today I declared a state of emergency in advance of Hurricane #Ida. We are...
    ‘I don’t trust it, even though the rest of my family have had it,’ says Billie, 31, a PR consultant who lives in London Billie Gianfrancesco would love to have children but — as she’s single and successive lockdowns have made it hard to meet anyone — she’s worried time is not on her side. Social media reports that the Covid-19 vaccine could affect female fertility have fanned her anxiety, leading her to turn down the jab when it was offered. ‘I don’t trust it, even though the rest of my family have had it,’ says Billie, 31, a PR consultant who lives in London. So far she has resisted pleas to get vaccinated from her younger sister, who is a mental health social worker, and her mother, who has advised her not to believe ‘fake news’ about the jab. Billie says she knows coronavirus is serious and sympathises with those who’ve lost loved ones, but adds: ‘I personally don’t know anyone who’s had more than mild flu symptoms from it. ‘But I do know someone my age who...
    JOE Biden has been accused of racism after claiming Latinx Americans are slow to get vaccinated because they fear deportation. The president said on Thursday: "It's awful hard as well to get Latinx vaccinated, Why? They're worried they'll be vaccinated and deported." 2Joe Biden has been accused of racism after claiming Latinx Americans are slow to get vaccinated because they fear deportationCredit: AFP That comment sparked a fierce backlash online with Rep. Maria Elvira Salazar tweeting: "Excuse me, @JoeBiden?" Republican candidate Buzz Patterson wrote: "I’m telling you, he’s the biggest racist in the country." Former George W. Bush speechwriter Marc Thiessen said Latinx is a "term woke White people have imposed" on Hispanics "against their will which is racist." He cited data from Pew Research Center poll which showed that 3 percent of Hispanics use the term Latinx and 76 percent "have never heard of it." 2Biden wanted to vaccinate 70 per cent of American adults by Independence DayCredit: AP Journalist Geoffrey Ingersoll said: "Almost 50 million Latino American citizens live here, why would we deport them?" Former Tump 2020 campaign...
    President Biden has been branded a racist after claiming Latinx Americans are afraid of getting vaccinated out of fear of deportation.  Biden made his comments in a speech on Thursday in North Carolina where he toured a mobile vaccine unit in North Carolina. Speaking to a crowd mainly made up of African Americans and Latinos, President Biden was greeted with shouts of 'Uncle Joe' and 'We love you' when he made his remarks on the pandemic at the Green Road Community Center. Biden remarked on why black Americans historically have been reluctant get vaccinated, citing past racist medical treatment.  'There's a reason why it was harder to get African Americans-initially- to get vaccinated, because they're used to being experimented on,' he said. 'Tuskegee airmen and others, people have long memories.' He then implied that all American Hispanic people were afraid of getting vaccinated because they would be deported.  'It's awful hard as well to get Latinx vaccinated, Why? They're worried they'll be vaccinated and deported,' he said.  Scroll down for video.  President Joe Biden told people 'just do it' when...
    Former first lady Michelle Obama said on Friday’s broadcast of “CBS This Morning” that people take to the street in Black Lives Matter protests because they had to. When former Minneapolis Police officer Derek Chauvin was convicted of the murder of George Floyd, former President Barack and Michelle Obama said in a joint statement, “true justice is about much more than a single verdict in a single trial.” When asked about her statement, Obama said, “The goal is to let leaders lead. But in certain times, people, you know, look to us often. ‘Well, what do you think? How do you feel?’ We know that while we’re all breathing a sigh of relief over the verdict, there’s still work to be done. And so we, we can’t sort of say, ‘Great. That happened. Let’s move on.’ I know that people in the Black community don’t feel that way because many of us still live in fear as we go to the grocery store, or walking our dogs, or allowing our children to get a license.” Anchor Gayle King said, “Aren’t...
    Hearing a scream can be pretty scary, especially if you don't know why it was made. Psychologists at Emory University asked subjects to listen to Hollywood movie clips and determine the emotion behind 30 different cinematic shrieks.  They found humans are actually pretty good at differentiating the causes of different kinds of screams—like anger, pain or surprise—but are lousy at determining if one is a shout of joy or of terror. That could be because the acoustical elements used to communicate fear are also present in 'excited happy screams.' 'In fact, people pay good money to ride roller coasters, where their screams no doubt reflect a blend of those two emotions,' the researchers said.  Psychologists at Emory University found subjects could identify screams as being from anger, frustration, pain or surprise, but they had trouble discerning a shout of joy from one of fear The psychologists asked 182 participants to label 30 Hollywood screams as conveying one of six emotions. For the most part, the subjects were able to correctly identify shouts of anger, frustration, pain, surprise and fear. RELATED...
    KATE Winslet said she knows actors who “fear” revealing their sexuality because they think it will harm their careers. The actress, 45, said she knows “at least four actors” who have not come out as gay publicly. 2Kate Winslet said she knows actors who 'fear' revealing their sexuality because they think it will harm their careerCredit: Getty Some fear it may stop them being cast for straight parts, she said. Kate said: “I cannot tell you the number of young actors I know — some well known, some starting out — who are terrified their sexuality will be revealed and it will stand in the way of being cast in straight roles.” She spoke of one well-known actor being told by a new agent not to publicise the fact they are bisexual. She added: “I can think of at least four actors absolutely hiding their sexuality.” 2Kate spoke of one well-known actor being told by a new agent not to publicise the fact they are bisexualCredit: Getty Most read in Showbiz'POOL DAYS' Kylie Jenner almost slips out of her...
    Election officials calmed nervous Arizona voters Wednesday, who feared their votes weren’t counted because they used Sharpie markers to fill in ballots. Sharpies were handed out at some poll locations, including ones in the Phoenix area, sparking concerns on social media that the markers would bleed through paper and not register on vote-counting machines, according to AZFamily.com But Erika Flores, spokesperson for the Maricopa County Elections Department, said three types of writing utensils — blue or black pens and Sharpies — are fine for filling in ballots, the local outlet reported. “Did you know we use Sharpies in the Vote Centers so the ink doesn’t smudge as ballots are counted onsite? New offset columns on the ballots means bleed through won’t impact your vote!” Maricopa County Elections Department tweeted. The county website also notes, “Vote Centers use fine tip sharpies as they have the fastest drying ink, therefore preventing smudges when put through the Vote Center tabulation equipment.” Getty Images Kathren Coleman, the former deputy recorder for Maricopa County, said all voters concerned with making incorrect marks on ballots are...
    The New York Times, Wall Street Journal and Washington Post are among the major outlets that have said they will not be sending reporters to travel with President Donald Trump as he returns to the campaign trail this week.  The news organizations are wary of sending staff without basic assurances that the health of reporters will be protected, the New York Times reports. Three White House correspondents tested positive for coronavirus in the last two weeks, as Trump and his staff continue to flout protocols such as mask wearing that reduce the risk of the spread of the virus.  It comes as Trump returns to campaign rallies despite being hospitalized with the virus for three days last week and concerns over how infectious he still may be.      The New York Times, Wall Street Journal and Washington Post are among the major outlets that have said they will not be sending reporters to travel with President Donald Trump as he returns to the campaign trail this week. He held a rally in Florida on Monday, pictured President Donald Trump...
    The parents of three Britons stuck in coronavirus quarantine in Italy have told of their fears for the boys' mental health after two months in isolation. Quinn Paczesny, 20, Will Castle, 22, and Rhys James, 23, had been teaching English in northern Italy and planned on going travelling before they tested positive for coronavirus in Florence on August 17. The trio were taken to a converted hotel for coronavirus patients, placed in separate rooms, and told they could not leave until they twice tested negative for the virus. They have been there ever since, as the results keep coming back positive. Quinn Paczesny, 20 (left), Will Castle, 22 (centre), and Rhys James, 23 (right), have been in coronavirus quarantine in Italy since August 17 - and say they are now 'really struggling' Mark Paczesny (right), Quinn's father, said he is now concerned for the boys' mental health, saying that 'the cracks are starting to show' Speaking to Good Morning Britain, father Mark Paczesny said: 'It's very frustrating. Week after week the results are always the same.  'We are...
    Puerto Rico's endangered parrots are facing a new threat to their survival: their strange dialects.  In a phenomenon never seen before, Puerto Rican parrots bred in captivity, with a view to their release into the wild, were communicating with a different dialect to the wild populations. The new language posed a problem, because it meant that the reintroduced birds would not socialize and eventually breed with the wild parrots, seriously hampering efforts to reintroduce the birds to their natural habitat.  The Puerto Rican parrot is endangered, with numbers plummeting as their habitat vanished El Yunque national forest was home to two parrot populations - one wild, one captive In the 1970s there were only 13 Puerto Rican parrots left in the wild, down from a population of a million when European colonizers arrived in 1493. Scientists began to breed the parrots in captivity, in a bid to prevent the birds from becoming extinct. RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Donald Trump claims he is 'the best thing ever to happen to... White House...
    Children whose parents have a degree suffer more stress when they start university, a new study shows. Researchers studied levels of stress hormone cortisol in the hair of women starting their degree courses.  Around 80 per cent of people in higher education report feeling anxious or stressed, while the number of students dropping out of university due to mental health problems is increasing. The researchers found first-year students from 'academic backgrounds', where at least one parent had a university degree, had higher stress levels. The researchers found first-year students from 'academic backgrounds', where at least one parent had a university degree, had higher stress levels The team believes this is because failing their studies would lead to a loss of status for them and their families.   Author Dr Nina Minkley at the University of Bochum in Germany said: 'Starting university is an exciting phase for everyone. 'However, children from academic households exhibit significantly more stress during this period than those from non-academic families.' RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next University students are being urged to...
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