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    It is said who has a friend, has a treasure. A treasure that can be difficult to find. Melissa Meizz is a 23-year-old girl who told The New York Times how she realized that her friends were making her feel empty. In a TikTok video they commented that they were planning a party without her and a group of users contacted her to tell her. From that disgust the community created by Meizz was born to bring together people who may feel alone because they have not found a group of friends. It’s not new that social media is an important tool for socializing. But if TikTok has gone conquering more and more aspects of the lives of millions of people, especially teenagers; social skills and new friends could not be less. First of all for people who wonder how to make friends. TikTok gave Melissa Meizz the opportunity to meet people with whom she did feel supported and loved. After being told about the video in which her friends excluded her, she began receiving thousands of messages from...
    MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — As we head into the Fourth of July weekend, there’s a fireworks shortage due to supply-chain problems. That’s sparked high prices. But there’s also a warning about high fire danger across Minnesota. At Fireworks Direct in Hammond Wisconsin, 20 miles east of the Minnesota border the shelves are fully stocked but it hasn’t been easy. READ MORE: Where To See July 4th Fireworks In Minnesota This Year “Some of the novelty items, roman candles, sparklers we had to really work hard to get those,” owner Matt Lamb said. Lamb says shipping costs have doubled forcing him to raise some prices 5% to 10%. “We are trying real hard to keep it down for our consumers,” he said. That’s not stopping most fireworks fans. But this year might not be the best for setting off holiday displays. READ MORE: Minneapolis Cancels Red, White And Boom July 4th Fireworks Show This Year “There are always safety concerns with fireworks. This year there is an added risk, the drought we have been experiencing in the region raises the threat of...
    ANGELA WEISS,MANDEL NGAN/AFP via Getty Images President Joe Biden holds a huge lead over former President Donald Trump in a new poll of the 2024 general election — a poll taken barely four months into Biden’s current presidency. But it’s never too early for some people, and so it is that President Biden holds a commanding 12-point lead over Trump in a new Yahoo! News/YouGov poll that looks way ahead to the next election. When respondents to the poll were asked “If the 2024 election were held today, who would you vote for?”, 48 percent said they’d vote for Biden, while 36 percent responded Trump, and another 10 percent said they were “not sure.” The poll also showed that 12 percent of Trump 2020 voters would either flip to Biden or are now “not sure,” twice as many as the 6 percent who would potentially flip from Biden to Trump. Respondents were also asked “Should President Trump run for president again in 2024?”, and a clear 57 percent majority said he should not, versus just 31 percent who said he...
    Four new complaints were filed with the Paris prosecutor’s office between late January and early February for “rapes” and “sexual assault” against the couple formed by Gérard Louvin and Daniel Moyne, also a producer, told . the lawyer of the plaintiffs, Me Pierre Debuisson, confirming information from the newspaper Le Monde. One of these complainants, Grégory C., 46, accuses Mr. Louvin of “rape”, said the lawyer, who claims to have been contacted “by a dozen victims” and that other complaints will follow. The facts denounced, which would have occurred in the 1980s and 1990s, “seem prescribed”, he admitted. At the beginning of January, Olivier A., ​​48, filed a complaint for “complicity in rape by ascendant on a minor of 15” against his uncle Gérard Louvin, accusing him of having “favored” incestuous rapes committed on him by Daniel Moyne . In reaction to the new accusations against them, MM. Louvin and Moyne announced Tuesday a “complaint for the blackmail of which they are victims” to the Paris prosecutor’s office. According to their lawyers Christophe Ayela and Céline Bekerman, “they firmly...
    Cold-case investigators in Ohio and Florida are looking into possible connections between a death row inmate and at least two unsolved murders and disappearances of women from 30 years ago.  Roland 'Rollie' Davis, 68, is already facing capital punishment in Ohio for the 2000 murder and robbery of 86-year-old retired nurse Elizabeth Sheeler in Newark. In November 2020, Davis was charged with the brutal rape and murder of Sharon Gill, 42, who was stabbed 39 times inside her home in Deep Creek, Florida, on March 21, 1990. The victim’s then-18-year-old daughter, Krista, discovered her mother's lifeless body after returning home from school. Scroll down for video  Roland 'Rollie' Davis, 68 (left), who is on death row in Ohio for the murder and robbery of Elizabeth Sheeler, 86 (right), a retired nurse, is being investigated in connection to cold cases in Florida  Davis, pictured in a mugshot in 2020, is currently on death row in Chillicothe Correctional Institution in Ross County, Ohio
    (CNN)Junellie González Quiles peered into her first telescope when she was 10 years old and what she saw were stars, planets, and a doorway into a world of science made possible by Puerto Rico's iconic Arecibo Observatory.Observatory astronomers once brought some telescopes to a summer camp she attended as a girl growing up in San Juan, part of one of Arecibo's various educational programs -- the future of which are now unclear.The observatory has been an integral part of the island's education, science and business sectors that islanders and experts contend must be rebuilt after the US National Science Foundation decided in late November to decommission and disassemble Arecibo through a controlled demolition due to irreparable damage. That damage, sustained this summer, resulted in its 900-ton equipment platform collapsing last week. Junellie González Quiles is one of thousands of Puerto Rican students to visit the Arecibo Observatory since it was commissioned into service in 1963.Using the hashtag #WhatAreciboMeansToMe, Quiles, now a 24-year-old doctoral student at Johns Hopkins University studying exoplanets in the Department of Earth and Planetary Sciences, shared...
    The efforts to sabotage the United States Postal Service are anything but subtle. From mail sorting machines removed without reason, to even shelves taken away to slow down hand sorting, Donald Trump’s handpicked postmaster general Louis DeJoy isn’t threatening to destroy the Post Office; he’s destroying the Post Office.  The reason behind this also isn’t subtle. On Thursday, Donald Trump made it clear that he was attacking the Post Office explicitly to destroy its ability to handle mail-in ballots. "They want $25 billion, billion, for the Post Office. Now they need that money in order to make the Post Office work so it can take all of these millions and millions of ballots," said Trump. "But if they don't get those two items that means you can't have universal mail-in voting because they're not equipped to have it.” In the meantime, DeJoy has met directly with not just Trump, but Republican leaders while he has taken out existing leaders at the Post Office who might complain. Nothing about this is hidden or subtle: Donald Trump is engaged in open, explicit, direct sabotage of the upcoming election. And,...
    RAPS is currently tracking the development of no fewer than 42 potential vaccines for COVID-19, but even that is barely half the number of vaccines that have already been announced. There’s no doubt that some of those announcements were little more than opportunities to gain a quick PR boost for companies, universities, and countries that have no real intention of investing the resources necessary to develop a vaccine against SARS-CoV-2. Even among those being tracked, 20 are still no further along than the “pre-clinical” stage and have not entered human trials. Still, there are 14 vaccines that are at least in Phase 2 or later, where they’re being tested for both safety and efficacy. Some of these you’ve definitely heard about on the U. S. news—the Moderna vaccine which recently reported good results in a U. S. trial, the Oxford vaccine that’s already moving to phase 3 in multiple countries, and the Pfizer/BioNTech vaccine which isn’t far behind. Others have attracted little attention even though they’re already in phase 3 trials involving thousands of volunteers. But one prominent vaccine effort may already be out of...
    Economic decoupling between the United States and China is “not only possible, but is happening”, according to John Bolton, the former national security adviser-turned staunch critic of US President Donald Trump. Referring to decoupling, Bolton, a long-time China hawk who has criticised Trump for going too easy on Beijing, said that people will not “wake up tomorrow and find that it’s occurred”. Businesses are already looking at incrementally moving their supply chains out of China because they are fed up with the sort of “state espionage that would boggle the mind of a US or European” company, Bolton said. Bolton’s claims are anecdotally true, with large companies such as Apple, Samsung and Nintendo shifting production out of the mainland to enjoy lower-cost manufacturing primarily in Vietnam, but also to avoid trade war tariffs applied by US customs authorities. A survey of 200 multinational companies released last week, meanwhile, found that 95 per cent of US buyers plan to shift their supplier base away from China. Experts, however, have subsequently warned that such a move is difficult to achieve in the...
    The Ibex and the rest of European stock markets they walk towards a weekly opening in red while outbreaks of the virus they follow each other around the world and after knowing that the disease has already killed 500,000 people, according to data collected by Johns Hopskins University. The number of confirmed infections has exceeded 10 million. Deaths in the United States represent more than 20% of deaths reported by Covid-19, more than any other country in the world, followed by Brazil, the United Kingdom, Italy and France. Asia fell sharply this morning (-1.5% on average) after knowing these data and also affected by declines in oil. The increase in coronavirus cases in Asia has led to the reimposition of localized closings in some countries, which could dent the demand for crude. All in all, the Ibex will fight not to lose the first support it presents at 7.90 points, while the first resistance is at 7.664 points. At the moment, European futures come with falls of 0.65%. This week will be marked by the United States holiday on Friday...
    Coronavirus — As the days go by, the coronavorus pandemic is brewing with the Latin American countries, where they are already more than 100,000 people who have lost their lives. Half of the death toll in Latin America and the Caribbean corresponds only to Brazil. Another focus that is of great concern to the World Health Organization (WHO) is Mexico, that in the last hours has also experienced an earthquake of intensity 7.5 in the center and south of the country. There they have experienced an earthquake this Tuesday andl largest increase in infections with 6,288, while reporting 793 more deaths. Even so, the authorities maintain that Mexico has already experienced the peak of the pandemic and the contagion trend could begin to decrease. There is also a concern about the high rate of infection by health personnel with 39,000 diagnosed (20 percent of the total for the sector). Brazil also cannot contain the progress of COVID-19 and it is the most affected country in the world with 1,145,906 cases and 52,645 deaths. Its president, Jair Bolsonaro, has always...
    President Donald Trump announced early on Tuesday morning that he has “authorized” the federal government to arrest anyone who vandalizes statues or monuments on federal property. “I have authorized the Federal Government to arrest anyone who vandalizes or destroys any monument, statue or other such Federal property in the U.S. with up to 10 years in prison, per the Veteran’s Memorial Preservation Act, or such other laws that may be pertinent,” Trump tweeted. “This action is taken effective immediately, but may also be used retroactively for destruction or vandalism already caused. There will be no exceptions!” …..This action is taken effective immediately, but may also be used retroactively for destruction or vandalism already caused. There will be no exceptions! — Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) June 23, 2020 The Daily Wire, headed by bestselling author and popular podcast host Ben Shapiro, is a leading provider of conservative news, cutting through the mainstream media’s rhetoric to provide readers the most important, relevant, and engaging stories of the day. Get inside access to The Daily Wire by becoming a member.
    MANCHESTER UNITED and Chelsea have been dealt a massive blow with Jude Bellingham agreeing to join Borussia Dortmund, according to reports. United pulled out all the stops to land the 16-year-old Birmingham midfielder, including a special trip to Carrington. 1 Bellingham is set to complete a £20m switch to Borussia Dortmund after reportedly snubbing Man Utd and ChelseaCredit: Getty Images - Getty But his decision to snub them is another bitter blow for Old Trafford boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, who also lost out on Erling Haaland to the Bundesliga side. MAN UTD NEWS LIVE: Follow for the latest United news ESPN say Dortmund are expected to announce Bellingham's arrival in the next few days after signing him for around £20million. The teenager - who currently earns a scholar's wage of £145 per week - has his heart set on moving to Germany because he wants to follow in the footsteps of England star Jadon Sancho. The Dortmund sensation could become Bellingham's new team-mate if he also snubs the advances of United to remain with the club. Bellingham - whose younger brother...
    The Justice Department's attempt to block the release of John Bolton's tell-all book has been denied.  Judge Royce Lamberth denied the request to block the sale of the former national security adviser's memoir, 'The Room Where It Happened: A White House Memoir' in a ruling Saturday.   Lamberth, a Reagan appointee, heard arguments Friday over Zoom from Bolton's lawyer Charles Cooper and Deputy Assistant Attorney General David Morrell, representing the government.  This came after the Trump administration sued Bolton on Tuesday in order to postpone the release of his book because of concerns that classified information could be exposed The book was leaked to the media the next day.  It contains a number of explosive claims about President Trump, including that he asked China for help with his re-election bid - a move similar to how Trump interacted with Ukraine, which led to him being impeached.   The Justice Department's attempt to block the release of John Bolton's (left) tell-all book has been denied. The book makes some explosive claims about President Trump (right) The federal judge ruled in favor of...
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