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    Home prices across the U.S. recorded their biggest drop in 11 years by as much as 10 per cent, leaving hundreds of thousands of borrowers at risk of going underwater — and those who bought along the West Coast worst hit. Mortgage analytics firm Black Knight recorded a nationwide 0.77 percent drop in median home values between June and July, the biggest month-over-month drop since January 2011 in its latest monthly mortgage report this week. More than 85 percent of America’s biggest property markets are at least slightly off their peaks, and more than one in ten — mostly along the West Coast — are seeing prices drop by 4 percent or more. The firm’s president Ben Graboske said 31 consecutive months of rising prices came to an end in July. He warned of ‘volatility and rapid change’ in a market and worrying signs on the horizon. The California technology hub San Jose has seen the biggest fall in prices, with homes there losing 10 percent of their value over three months. More than one in ten homes have seen their value...
    You may not have heard of her yet but Morfydd Clark looks set to soon become a household name - although she has admitted the jury is still out on whether this will be for good or bad reasons. The actress, 33, from Penarth, appeared in psychological horror Saint Maud and as Sister Clara in His Dark Materials but fantasy lovers are on the edge of their seats waiting to see her latest performance in the $1billion Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power. Clark plays JRR Tolkien's top elf in the Amazon prequel series, Galadriel, who was played by Cate Blanchett in the original Peter Jackson trilogy. When first cast in the part, Clark - who grew up helping lambs give birth in Wales - admitted she fainted, and has confessed the role will either make her 'famous or infamous'.  You may not have heard of her yet but Morfydd Clark (pictured) looks set to soon become a household name - although she has admitted the jury is still out on whether this will be for good or bad...
    During an interview with CBS on Wednesday, Sen. Jon Tester (D-MT) predicted that food prices will increase over the summer, but as long as there aren’t weather issues, there shouldn’t be shortages. Tester stated, “Look, we’ve got our challenges out there with the drought west of the Mississippi last year and with the situation with Ukraine and Russia attacking that country that supplies the world, particularly the Middle East and North Africa with a lot of food. … I think that if we can get Mother Nature to smile upon us and give us a little bit of moisture, the American farmer can do some pretty darn good things as far as production in this country. But make no mistake about it, I do think that prices are going to go up. I think that’s a two-edged sword. Prices go up, everything else goes up with it, and we’re seeing that with the inputs tripling, prices have probably quadrupled since 2018, quite frankly. So, that’s good news in the grain business, if you’re in that business. But there are other...
    Mikolette | E+ | Getty Images Prior to the pandemic's red-hot housing market, there was a simple profile that constituted an "A" buyer, according to Brian Copeland, a realtor in Nashville, Tennessee. "Four years ago, an 'A' buyer was someone who was pre-qualified for a loan, had 3% down and could go out this weekend and buy a home," said Copeland, who is also president of the industry association Greater Nashville Realtors. "Now, an 'A' buyer has all cash." In addition, the top buyers today are willing to waive appraisals and inspections and, in some cases, don't even view the house they're purchasing in person, he said. More from Invest in You:The ultimate retirement planning guide for 2022Why you should start paying off debt now — and how to get startedInflation is costing U.S. households nearly $300 more a month "Everyone is being squeezed," said Copeland, adding that middle-class affordable housing is "absolutely suffering."Prices are going upAmericans are aware of the struggles they face in buying a home. More than 70% of U.S. adults believe the housing market is currently...
    White House press secretary Jen Psaki on Friday blamed rising gas prices on Vladimir Putin's invasion of the Ukraine as the administration indicated it was considering a ban on Russian oil as punishment on the Kremlin. 'The reason why the price of gas is going up is not because of steps the president has taken they are because President Putin is invading Ukraine, and that is creating a great deal of instability in the global marketplace,' Psaki said. And Cecilia Rouse, the chair of the White House Council of Economic Advisers, hinted that a ban on Russian oil and gas into the American market was an option. 'We are looking at options that we can take right now, if we were to cut the U.S. consumption of Russian energy - but what's really most important is that we maintain a steady supply of global energy,' she noed. White House press secretary Jen Psaki blamed rising gas prices on Vladimir Putin's invasion of the Ukraine Previously President Joe Biden had said of a ban on Russian energy products: 'nothing is off...
    A WOMAN has recalled the time she regretfully broke up with a guy she was dating. She attempted to make it right with an extreme gesture of kindness and she documented her progress for all to see.  3A woman immediately regretted breaking up with someone she was datingCredit: TikTok 3She made it her mission to make things right between themCredit: TikTok “I have met someone – well I did – and things were pretty amazing.  “I was looking forward to seeing him every time he left pretty much and I never felt like that [before],” the woman, Tash Sgardelis, said in a video posted to TikTok.  Unfortunately, things went wrong when they got a bit wasted one night together and the man decided to cancel their plans the following day. “I guess a lot of s**tty, bad experiences came back and I shut down.  “I shut him out and I pretty much ended it on the spot, which I regretted,” she explained. Soon after, though, Tash came up with a plan to make it up to her man. Most read...
    Alec Baldwin's wife Hilaria opened up about her "challenging year" in an Instagram post shared on Thanksgiving. Hilaria, 37, shared a video of two of her daughters at the grocery store because she didn't capture a photo of the whole family on the holiday. Alec Baldwin spoke to photographers alongside his wife, Hilaria Baldwin. (Fox News Digital) The yoga instructor went on explain how grateful she is for her followers and noted it had been a "challenging year" for her and so many others. "Sometimes I didn’t think I was gonna make it through," Hilaria captioned the video. "I want you to know how much you have helped me through some pretty dark struggles. Knowing you were there — such comfort. Yes, my children and my husband, my family and close friends have been invaluable … but YOU, I don’t get to express this face to face, due to the nature of social media and how far we all are … I SO want you to know and take in how grateful I am every day for you. I...
    (CNN)It's been 16 days since the Democratic-controlled House approved a contempt resolution against former Trump White House political Svengali Steve Bannon for his refusal to provide testimony to the January 6 committee.Which is roughly 16 days too long for some liberals, who have begun complaining about Attorney General Merrick Garland's lack of action on pursuing a criminal contempt charge against Bannon. "How the f*ck is Steve Bannon still a free man?" asked Kurt Bardella, a Democratic strategist, on Twitter Friday -- expressing a not-uncommon viewpoint among liberals on the social media site.One liberal group -- Free Speech for People -- went so far as to call on Garland to resign -- suggesting that since he "is unwilling to step up, it is time for him to step down." DOJ officials unfazed by calls to expedite Bannon contempt decisionAmid this rising chorus of criticism, Garland -- and his Justice Department -- have been silent. Read More"The Department of Justice will do what it always does in such circumstances: We'll apply the facts and the law and make a decision, consistent with...
    US Brits love a good bag of crisps. Whether it’s Walkers, Doritos or McCoy’s, they are the perfect afternoon snack and we get through bags of them each year. 3Woman shares how to make delicious crisps with this £2 crisp makerCredit: TikTok/@laneyfaithmesa But now you can make your own potato snack at home and people are going crazy for it. Yes, you read that correctly, you can now make your own crisps. And the best thing is, all you need is a potato and a £2 crisp maker from ASDA! A woman shared this bargain product to her TikTok account ‘laneyfaithmesa.’ The woman said: “Don’t walk, run to ASDA to get this crisp maker! “£2 and they’re so easy and healthy.” Most read in FabulousREAL POWER Meghan Markle ‘power of the family’ as Piers Morgan mocks Time Mag coverROYAL RIGHT Harry & Meg 'terribly unfair' for not letting Archie & Lilibet meet The QueenMEGAN'S BODY Megan Fox's astonishing transformation throughout the yearsAPPY ENDING? Woman baffled as Tinder date reveals why he ghosted her FOUR MONTHS lateran orgasm a day ......
    DALLAS (CBSDFW.COM) – At Cotton Patch Cafés, last week, a new policy took effect. Signs at each table warn a 5% surcharge will be added to each bill “due to the long-lasting hardships faced by the restaurant industry.” READ MORE: Dallas ISD Marks 50 Years Since Landmark Desegregation Ruling Customers upset by the discovery have posted receipts to social media. Listed as a “COVID surcharge,” the amount generally comes out to an extra 1 to 3 dollars. “No more Cotton Patch for me,” responded one woman. A company with nearly 50 locations in Texas, Cotton Patch says its surcharge is a temporary solution to ongoing issues. “Our recovery is going backwards,” said Texas Restaurant Association Vice President Kelsey Erickson Streufert. Streufert says the industry is facing a critical labor shortage, after losing an estimated 60% of its workforce early in the pandemic. READ MORE: 2 Killed, 3 Injured In Head-On Crash In Far Northwest Fort Worth “Many of these folks weren’t just sitting on the sidelines. They got jobs in new industries,” she said. Restaurants, she says, are also contending...
    DALLAS (CBSDFW.COM) – At Cotton Patch Cafés, last week, a new policy took effect. Signs at each table warn a 5% surcharge will be added to each bill “due to the long lasting hardships faced by the restaurant industry.” READ MORE: Dallas ISD Marks 50 Years Since Landmark Desegregation Ruling Customers upset by the discovery have posted receipts to social media. Listed as a “COVID surcharge,” the amount generally comes out to an extra 1 to 3 dollars. “No more Cotton Patch for me,” responded one woman. A company with nearly 50 locations in Texas, Cotton Patch says its surcharge is a temporary solution to ongoing issues. “Our recovery is going backwards,” said Texas Restaurant Association Vice President Kelsey Erickson Streufert. Streufert says the industry is facing a critical labor shortage, after losing an estimated 60% of its workforce early in the pandemic. READ MORE: 2 Killed, 3 Injured In Head-On Crash In Far Northwest Fort Worth “Many of these folks weren’t just sitting on the sidelines. They got jobs in new industries,” she said. Restaurants, she says, are also...
    'I can't resist it. Every time the sex is over, we both agree we must never do it again. Two weeks later, we're back there again.' 'He cheated, didn't pay for a thing and all my friends hated him and I put up with all of it for the sex. I still have sneaky sex with him and don't tell a soul.' J-Lo isn't the only one who never did stop thinking about her ex – almost two-thirds of married people agree their ex is on their mind far too often. Forty-three percent of single women in another study took it further than just thinking: they regularly had sex with ex-partners while looking for a new lover, along with 47 per cent of men. Just about all of us admit to having sex with an ex on at least one occasion. It's extremely common - but why is it so damn appealing? I asked people to tell me the reasons why they went back, even if the break-up was painful. The first is sheer laziness mixed with alcohol… J-Lo...
    Former Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has accused President Joe Biden of 'weakness' and predicted that Russian President Vladimir Putin will put the screws on him during their showdown meeting. 'I expect tomorrow Putin will press, he will see how far he can push President Biden,' Pompeo told Fox News host Sean Hannity hours before the summit Wednesday in Geneva.  'He's going to show up loaded for bear, because the actions of Biden's administration to date suggest that will be successful,' Pompeo said of Putin. Pompeo urged the Biden to 'hold Russia accountable for its malign activity, and to make clear there are red lines,' but accused accused the U.S. president of showing an 'enormous sign of weakness' by refusing to hold a joint press conference with Putin.  Former Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has accused President Joe Biden of 'weakness' and predicted that Russian President Vladimir Putin will put the screws on him Putin and Biden are scheduled to meet on Wednesday in Geneva 'The fact that you're not prepared to stand six or eight feet from...
    DALLAS (CBSDFW.COM) – Millions of Americans could soon be receiving an unexpected extra stimulus check. The IRS has started sending out “plus-up” payments to people who did not receive the full stimulus payment amount they are eligible for. When the latest stimulus payments started going out, the payment amount was determined by the most recent tax return information the IRS had on file. READ MORE: President Biden Expected To Issue Sanctions Against Russia For many that was still their 2019 tax return. However, especially with the pandemic shut downs and record unemployment, many had a much lower income in 2020. In some cases, the lower income made them eligible for a bigger stimulus check. These “plus-up” checks are the difference between what people initially received and what they are entitled to. “The most important thing people can do to make sure they receive their proper stimulus amount would be to go ahead of file a 2020 tax return,” said Bob Probasco, tax expert with the Texas A&M University Law School. “The IRS will catch up to these returns and make...
    With London and the South East under Tier 4 coronavirus restrictions, and the rest of the country advised against mixing households, many families are facing a slimmed-down Christmas.  Before the rules for Christmas celebrations changed, families across the country started buying plenty of festive food in anticipation of days of celebrations, so what do you do if your fridge and cupboards are heaving with leftovers or unused supplies? To avoid food waste, Admiral teamed up with professional home economist Becky Wilkinson, who has worked with the likes of to Mary Berry, Tom Kerridge and The Hairy Bikers, to reveal how to best use your Christmas leftovers.  Her simple tips include using leftover veg to make a hearty winter soup, pigs in blankets to make mini toad in the holes and excess cheese to create a mac & cheese or rarebit.  Make mince pie brownies by adding two extra egg yolks to your usual brownie mix and breaking up a handful of mince pies (stock image) Make your own mini toad in the hole’s by using an oiled muffin tin to heat the sausages...
    WHETHER you follow Stacey Solomon for her relatable parenting methods or ingenious organising tips, one thing's for certain, you too would have fallen in love with the Lazy Susan for all your storage needs. We first saw the star, 30, show how she uses the turntable to perfectly contain canned goods in her pantry, but she isn't the only one praising the cheap and irresistible hack. 10Stacey Solomon, 30, is a fan of the Lazy Susan and uses it to store her canned goodsCredit: Getty Images - Getty 10She showed off her clever hack earlier this year and admitted to loving itCredit: Instagram Popular organising duo from The Home Edit, Clea Shearer and Joanna Teplin, are also fans of the the rotating tray - which was originally designed to serve or store food. In their hit Netflix show Get Organised With The Home Edit, the pair transform the houses of everyone from the regular working mum to Hollywood stars, and regularly use the clever storage system to restore order in panties, fridges, wardrobes and cabinets Since it's inception,...
    As the future of Ferrari’s Sebastian Vettel remains uncertain, there have been talks of an early retirement doing the rounds. Of course, when a 4-time World Champion is left without a drive for next year, with very limited options available, retirement is always a probability. However, a week or so ago, the rumor mill jumped to another level thanks to Martin Brundle. The former F1 driver and current Sky Sports commentator made a cryptic remark on-air, ahead of the Hungarian Grand Prix. His statement seemed to suggest that Vettel had called for an interview to announce his retirement. However, the interview was just an ordinary one. No big revelation came out of it. As a result, it left a number of fans rather vexed. Today, Brundle has come out with an explanation for the hype surrounding the interview and how it was never meant to be the platform for any major announcement. Speaking to Motorsport.com, he said, ” (Vettel) was heading off somewhere. We were in our masks, socially distanced and he said, ‘Let’s do an interview.’ I said, ‘Okay....
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