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    A UK vet has gone viral on TikTok after sharing a video revealing which five dog breeds he would never own and why. The creator, known as @ben.the.vet, garnered more than 5 million views on the clip, titled 5 dog breeds I would/could never own as a veterinary surgeon. According to the vet, while he has already seen a number of videos on the topic, he wanted to share his own thoughts, noting that others may disagree, though he is just giving his opinion. Listing the first dog breed he would not want to own, he said: 'The first of five for me is the Chow Chow. Now I'm sure there are some nice ones but I just find they often don't have a very nice temperament, they're really aloof. They're often very aggressive at the vets, and it can be quite hard to fit a muzzle onto their face.' He added that they 'suffer quite commonly with eye problems' and noted that he finds their purple tongues 'a bit unnerving'. 
    MODERN PARENTS prefer clean games to creative play because they want to keep their children neat and tidy. A poll of 1,000 parents with children aged under four found 63 per cent often avoid activities like painting or playing in the mud because of the clean-up required. 3Cute little caucasian Girl enjoying Painting at the backyard with paper, water colour and art brush. Selective focus.Credit: Getty A lack of inspiration and cost were factors most likely to discourage them from initiating creative play, along with knowing their child will do these activities with their nursery or childminder. While 51 per cent admitted to feeling ‘silly’ or ‘embarrassed’ when doing imaginative play such as dress up or role play, with 36 per cent often doing things with their kids that they would rather not. The research was commissioned by Busy Bees to highlight that different kinds of play can help promote different aspects of a child’s development. It has also created a quiz [www.busybeeschildcare.co.uk/busy-bees-parent-player-quiz] to find out what type of ‘parent player’ you are. More on parentingMUM'S...
    Sen. John Kennedy (R-LA) dubbed President Joe Biden the “Woker-in-Chief” and provided a handy guide for recognizing “wokers” during a Fox News appearance this week. Speaking with Fox News anchor Trace Gallagher on Friday, Kennedy discussed Republican Party members pushing back against “woke” companies. Gallagher played a clip of Rep. Rashida Tlaib (D-MI) this week pushing banking CEOs to not invest in “new oil and gas products.” Kennedy accused Biden of appointing thousands of “uber wokers” to positions of power. These “wokers” are “easy to identify,” according to the senator. “Wokers are easy to recognize: They hate George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Abraham Lincoln, Dr. Seuss, and Mr. Potato Head,” he said. “Wokers respect no one’s opinion but their own.” Kennedy declared Biden the “Woker-in-Chief,” citing him criticizing voters Florida Governor Ron DeSantis’ (R) restrictions on what can and can not be discussed in public classrooms. Kennedy said: President Biden is the woker in chief. The people of Georgia, for example, decided that they don’t want to have an election month anymore. They want to have an election day. President Biden...
    A panel of judges in the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals has decided that “editorial discretion” is no longer a protected right under the First Amendment—because the judges are upset that Donald Trump was removed from Twitter. I know that sounds impossible, but it’s exactly what happened. “[T]he Supreme Court’s cases do not carve out ‘editorial discretion’ as a special category of First-Amendment-protected expression,” the court said, opening up a pandora’s box of potential mischief. The ruling is fractally wrong in the most frustrating ways. Just to understand any part of why it’s wrong, we could explore multiple layers of wrongness before even getting to why the final pronouncements in this ruling are wrong. (Writing this article is a struggle, as for each paragraph I was tempted to write an entire separate article detailing the underlying wrongness, but we only have so much space.) SO, SO VERY WRONG An astoundingly incomplete list of problems with the majority opinion include: it’s wrong about how the First Amendment works and the extent of what it protects; it gets so twisted up...
    PAUL SCHOLES has revealed Manchester United called his dad as they had concerns about his boozing as a youngster. The United legend, 47, appeared on Gary Neville's The Overlap and spoke about his drinking habits while part of the Red Devils youth team. 1Paul Scholes revealed he drank too much in his early days at Manchester United Neville admitted he was unaware of Scholes' boozing despite the former midfielder drinking up to five times a week. United youth coach Eric Harrison took note and intervened in Scholes' behaviour by calling his dad. Scholes recalled the incident saying: “I remember once, when I was 16, 17 or 18 when I was with the youth team, Eric Harrison rang my dad and said ‘we are a bit worried about Paul’s drinking'. “They said they were a bit worried about my drinking. I remember my dad saying ‘he’s allowed to enjoy himself, isn’t he?’ READ MORE ON MAN UTDUNITED NEWS £43.5m Napoli star links, Cristiano Ronaldo picks up goalscoring award “I was thinking ‘f***, dad you shouldn’t really be saying that. No, no...
    The wives of border patrol agents are running for Congress after becoming fed up with what their husbands have to deal with under President Joe Biden's immigration policies. Of the three running for Congress, Representative Mayra Flores already won a special election in June to replace a Democratic congressman who left mid-term in Texas' 34th congressional district. The other two are Cassy Garcia, who beat out six other Republicans to take on Democrat Representative Henry Cuellar and Irene Armendariz-Jackson, who quit her job as a Realtor in El Paso to challenge Democratic Representative Veronica Escobar. If Garcia and Armendariz-Jackson are successful, Republicans will only need to flip two more House seats in the 2022 midterm elections to win back a majority in the lower chamber. Predictions have shown for months that Democrats would lose the House in November's election. The three womens' focus on border issues has won them broad support from conservatives in the border state. Three wives of Border Patrol agents, including Representative Mayra Flores (pictured), are running for Congress in Texas in the 2022 midterms because they...
    An Arizona influencer says that her rants against a trans teacher who was pictured wearing huge prosthetic breasts in class were deleted from TikTok.  Noelle Pullin, of Prescott, reposted her videos to Instagram. Explaining why the clips were deleted, Pullin said: 'TikTok has deleted this off of two accounts for 1. Attacks on 'protected attributes' and 2. Sexual harassment.'  She goes on: 'You know what I think is sexual harassment? A grown man wearing watermelons as breasts as a complete mockery of women in front of high school aged children.' Pullin concluded by saying: 'I will not be quiet about this. I will not back down when it comes to our kids.'  Noelle Pullin is the Arizona influencer who says that her rants against a trans teacher who was pictured wearing huge prosthetic breasts in class were deleted from TikTok
    The Taliban have announced that they will ban TikTok because it promotes violence despite their fighters sharing battlefield atrocities to spread fear among their enemies on the platform.  Taliban's ministry of telecommunication said the popular app as well as PUBG, an online game, will be banned in the country within weeks.  'TikTok has been spreading immoral and non Islamic content and videos in an Islamic country among the very vulnerable youths of Afghanistan, and we have to block it for the sake of our youths' future,' a Taliban official told MailOnline. Taliban fighters use social media to share their battlefield atrocities to spread fear among their enemies  RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Freed to a hero's welcome: America releases Afghan war lord... Taliban posts ISIS-style execution videos showing prisoners... Share this article Share 'They are just devastating our young people by advertising western life style. We are living in an Islamic country and these platforms have been spreading contents against it,' he said.  'Facebook is also spreading same kind of content. Our...
    WE all want to look glamorous, right? Well, if you want to impress people with your fashion sense and beauty choices, you’ve come to the right place. 5Fashion whizz Jen has revealed the seven items that women should avoid if they want to look elegantCredit: TikTok/@jen_x_style 5The fashionista revealed that overly revealing clothing will instantly make you look tacky and should be avoidedCredit: TikTok/@jen_x_style 5She also thinks that cartoon t-shirts are a big no noCredit: TikTok/@jen_x_style One fashion whizz, known on TikTok as ‘Jen_x_style’ regularly shares her top fashion tips and tricks to the video sharing platform.  The fashionista has shared a variety of videos on the fashion items that instantly make you look tacky and the looks to avoid quickly if you want to look elegant. And in one of her recent videos, Jen shared the seven things that all women should immediately steer clear from if they don’t want to look cheap. So prepare to be attacked - as Jen reveals the fashion and beauty items that you must avoid. And you may well have worn these or...
    A court-appointed 'special master' tasked with reviewing classified seized at Mar-a-Lago who was recommended by Donald Trump's legal team has pressed Trump to reveal information about whether the president declassified the documents as he claims he did. A letter from Trump's team to Judge Raymond Dearie – one of two names they forwarded to a Florida judge who ruled in their favor on getting a special master – reveals that Judge Dearie asked them to 'disclose specific information regarding declassification to the Court and to the Government.' That is a place Trump's legal team does not want to go at this point. Trump's team of lawyers has declined in legal filings to make the claim that Trump declassified that material, although Trump has said publicly that he did.  In its filings, including one made Tuesday, Trump's lawyers continue to refer only to 'classified records' – suggesting they might not, indeed, be saying so, without stating so explicitly.  In a stunning statement, the team argued against the Judge's request, saying they don't want to be forced to 'fully and specifically disclose a...
    CNN anchor Don Lemon was at a loss for words after a royal commentator told him reparations are necessary - but they should be demanded from the African chiefs who sold their subjects into slavery.  Don Lemon is shocked into silence after a royal commentator told him African chiefs should be responsible for paying reparations  Lemon interviewed Hilary Fordwich on the day of Queen Elizabeth II's funeral and suggested the British royal family should pay reparations.  Lemon said: 'Well, this is coming when... all of this wealth, and you hear about it, comes as England is facing rising costs of living, a living crisis, austerity budget cuts, and so on.  'And then you have those who are asking for reparations for colonialism, and they're wondering, you know, $100 billion, $24 billion here and there, $500 million there. 'Some people want to be paid back and members of the public are wondering, why are we suffering when you have all of this vast wealth? Those are legitimate concerns.' Fordwich answered: 'Well, I think you're right about reparations in terms of if...
    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...
    El Paso's Democratic mayor said Sunday that he is only busing migrants to New York City to help them get to their final destination as critics pointed out the hypocrisy in the left condemning Republicans for doing the same thing. Mayor Oscar Leeser said migrants aren't coming to the U.S. just to land in his border city, but instead are looking to go to other places in the country – potentially where they have family or other sponsors. 'The people are not coming to El Paso,' Leeser said. 'They're coming to America.' He said that authorities in El Paso speak to migrants and ask them where they want to go before 'we will take them and help them get to their destination.' 'That's been really important that we don't send anyone where they don't want to go,' he added in an interview with ABC's This Week on Sunday morning. 'We make sure we help them.' 'We put them on buses with food and make sure they get to their destination and make sure that we always continue to greet and...
    BlazeTV host Dave Rubin is praising the British monarchy for lasting a longer time than current political systems. In a clip circulating Twitter via Jason Campbell, Rubin blasted The View‘s Sunny Hostin and Carnegie Mellon professor Uju Anya for their harsh remarks about the Queen’s death during Monday’s episode of The Rubin Report. Anya tweeted on September 8th, “I heard the chief monarch of a thieving raping genocidal empire is finally dying. May her pain be excruciating.” Hostin agreed with her on The View, saying, “It was a thieving, raping, genocidal empire.” Rubin blasted the comments on Monday, saying, “You know what? There were literally — literally millions of messages sent from some of those places that, people would say the UK dominated and destroyed. And, you know, all of those things, say India, say parts of Africa, in support of the queen.” “It’s not to defend the empire and it’s not to defend people going outside of their borders and imposing their wills on people and any of those things,” he added. “This is a woman who lived with...
    MANS 'best friend,' dogs are widely loved around the globe. When picking out your furball, there are some things to consider – and a future vet has shared the breeds she'd never own, as they may have more medical and behavioral issues than others. 4A future vet has shared the dog breeds she would never ownCredit: TikTok/elenamantis "Dog breeds I would never own after working in vet med," Elena Mantis wrote in a social media video that has now gone viral. Using a series of photos, she listed the following dog breeds: huskies, chihuahuas, frenchies, cocker spaniels, and bulldogs. Adding a disclaimer to her video, Mantis wrote: "This video should not deter your opinion on any of these breeds, they’re all great dogs! Just my opinions on what I would/wouldn’t own." Following up, she added: "These are my opinions based on medical and behavioral issues I’ve seen. These dogs are WONDERFUL. Just please do your research!!" Read more on dogsA RUFF IDEA I’m a vet - here are the 7 best dog breeds for first time owners, some disagreeRUFF SIDE...
    Ruh-Roh. Warner Bros. altered the new popular video game Scooby Doo ‘MultiVersus’ after user feedback branded Velma a 'Karen' because of her tendency to call the police when a crime was successfully solved.  Velma, the bookish brunette member of the crime-solving gang, was designed in the new game to be able to flash a 'wanted' poster and signal for the cops to come once enough evidence had been gathered against a suspect. But that move did not fly with some of the 20 million users who have played the free game that features characters from across the Warner Bros. Discovery catalogue since its July release.  Without announcing a reason, Warner Bros. changed the game last week. Velma now calls her Mystery Squad pals to cart off adversaries Members of the original Scooby Gang (from left to right: Daphne, Fred & Velma) work to solve crimes in Warner Bros.' new 'MultiVersus' video game The game was met with generally positive reviews and has become popular with online users but dissatisfaction with white woman Velma's special ability to call the cops on...
    A SCHOOL has been slammed by furious parents after female students were patted down by teachers to check if their trousers were "too tight". One parent said their 11-year-old daughter had been left "petrified" by the creepy ordeal. 2Furious parents have slammed the school after the creepy ordealCredit: Getty 2Parents allege the incident took place at Woodhey High School in Ramsbottom, BuryCredit: Google Female students at Woodhey High School in Bury, Manchester, were left in floods of tears after being told their trousers were distracting to boys at the school. The schoolgirls were allegedly hauled into an emergency assembly as both male and female teachers demanded to feel their trousers. Furious parents have claimed their children were threatened with disciplinary action if they didn't follow along - something the school denies. Despite buying the trousers from an official uniform supplier, one dad said his 11 and 13-year-old daughters were singled out for their outfit. Read More in The SunARISE, CHARLES King Charles’ first speech in full after he addresses the nation He told Manchester Evening News:...
    A The View commentator and an ex-Obama aide have launched the latest woke attacked against the Queen in the aftermath of her death. Sunny Hostin blasted her Majesty on the ABC show the day after her passing for wearing a crown with jewels ‘pillaged from India and Africa’. Hostin, who lived and studied in London, said: ‘I think though we can mourn the Queen and not the empire. ‘Because if you really think about what the monarchy was built on, it was built on the backs of black and brown people.’ She took particular issue with the Imperial State Crown and the Queen’s sceptre, as well as defending a vile tweet by Uju Anya, a Carnegie Mello professor who wanted the Queens final moments to be ‘excruciating.’ Anya posted ‘I heard the chief monarch of a thieving raping genocidal empire is finally dying. May her pain be excruciating.’ The tweet was deleted by the social media giant, but Anya has doubled down and refused to apologise for her comments.  Hostin added: ‘She wore a crown with pillaged stones from India...
    Fox News anchor Tucker Carlson hit back on Thursday night against critics who called Queen Elizabeth a 'colonizer' and celebrated her death - insisting that the British Empire was something to be proud of, and calling it the most 'benign' empire the world had ever seen. Carlson spoke out after the queen's death was celebrated by some opinion writers, with one promising to dance on her grave and another describing her 70-year reign as 'devastating.' While millions around the world were mourning the death of the 96-year-old monarch, provocateurs were within hours of her death mocking the outpouring of grief - in some of the most esteemed publications in the United States. One Pennsylvania professor even said she hoped the queen's final hours of pain would 'be excruciating.' Carlson described them as 'ghouls' and said they were misguided. 'The British Empire was not perfect, but it was far more humane than any other ever,' Carlson said. 'It was an impressive place run by impressive people. 'We will see many empires going forward, but we will never see one so benign.'...
    The Duke and Duchess of Sussex's son, Archie Mountbatten-Windsor, is now technically a prince following the death of the Queen - a title which Meghan controversially claimed was previously denied to him because of his race. His younger sister, Lilibet 'Lili' Mountbatten-Windsor, is also entitled to be a princess following the death of the Queen and with her grandfather, the Prince of Wales, becoming King. The rules set out by King George V in 1917 mean Archie and Lili - as the children of a son of a sovereign - also now have an HRH style if they choose to use it. During the explosive Oprah Winfrey interview, Meghan Markle described her 'pain' as she claimed officials had denied Archie the title of prince and accused Buckingham Palace of failing to protect him by denying him 24/7 security. When asked if it was 'important' for Meghan that Archie be called a prince, she said she doesn't have any attachment to the 'grandeur' of official titles. But she said it was about 'the idea of our son not being safe, and...
    Still, despite the discouraging numbers, some economists remain optimistic about the near future. Paychex CEO Marty Mucci recently argued that the hiring pace at small businesses has slowed because applicants for jobs are scarce. According to CNBC, job openings outnumbered job applicants in July by about a 2-to-1 margin. "For small businesses, the toughest thing is they have the demand, and they have the need for workers — they just have a little bit harder time finding it," Mucci said. Average hourly wages have also risen significantly to $30.17 in August, up $1.51 from the same time last year. With workers in relatively short supply but in high demand, the rise in labor costs makes sense. But it doesn't make cents for small business owners who, based on the survey, seem resigned to stagnation and continued gaps in operation for the foreseeable future. "While some small business owners admit they just gave up on hiring more staff, the majority note that it’s just too expensive to do it in this economic environment," the survey said.
    Brandon Bell/Getty Images/Emilee Chinn/Getty Images Former President Donald Trump will host a rally for Republican Ohio Senate candidate J.D. Vance next weekend that will attempt to compete with an Ohio State football game. The scheduling of the event really raises questions about whether either man understands how Ohio works. The Buckeyes are fresh off a dominant performance Saturday in which they defeated top five Notre Dame at home. Unfortunately for Ryan Day’s team, the Georgia Bulldogs impressed AP voters more by beating the feathers off the Oregon Ducks. Ohio State dropped from number two in the initial AP top 25 to number three on Tuesday after a convincing win. That means a team that was already loaded with talent on both sides of the ball will play with a chip on its shoulder for the duration of the season. Neither Purdue nor Virginia Tech are on Ohio State’s schedule this year. Urban Meyer is also nothing but a memory in Columbus – meaning an inexplicable regular season loss is highly unlikely. Fans will be engaged for every game until Nov. 26, when...
    A British family has been blown away after they spent more than $1,000 for just one day at Universal Studios Orlando due to the park's sky-high prices. Miranda Pearce, a British marketing expert, took to TikTok to document just how much she and her husband spent on themselves and their two sons at the Florida resort for just admission tickets, food and parking. In the now viral video, she explains they spent $438.66 for tickets, plus an additional $396 for Fast Passes, which allow guests to skip the lines. 'I ain't waiting in any queue with a six-year old,' she explained. They then spent $62.79 for lunch; $42.60 on just one souvenir — a Harry Potter notebook with a pen; and $36.29 for dinner at the Burger King in the park. Additionally, Pearce said, she and her husband had to shell out $27 to park; $19.76 for ice cream; $19.16 for drinks and $4.25 for a cup of coffee. And in an apparent attempt to save money, they bought breakfast on their way to the park, spending $21.79 at a nearby...
    Loaded liberals are forking over millions of dollars for 'golden passports' because they are scared of a Trump-led civil war in 2024, immigration lawyers have revealed. The wealthy wokes are spending huge sums to bag visas that allow them escape to countries like Austria, Turkey, Jordan and the Caribbean, according to attorneys running the processes.  Consultants say they've seen a massive spike in interest for citizenships for second countries over the last few years. Many Americans, they say, are petrified by the thought of another Trump administration, while others cited the Roe v. Wade ruling and the 2008 financial crash that rocked the US. The lawyers refused to name names, but a sea of celebrities have hinted at fleeing abroad, including Chelsea Handler, Barbra Streisand and Amy Schumer. The era of Donald Trump prompted many celebrities of means to flee the U.S. Despite uni-party control in Washington, D.C. Democrats remain fixated on finding back up plans to American life and now they can as the 'golden passport' market explodes Innsbruck, Austria, where a 'golden passport' fetches as much as $10 million dollars...
    A Texas third-grader has refused to return to school in Uvalde after the mass shooting because he does not trust cops to protect him. Zayon Martinez, who was among those cowering under a teacher's desk as Salvador Ramos shot dead his friends, also said higher fencing will not keep a gunman out. Instead, the youngster and his older sister are only willing to dial into classes remotely, according to their father. It comes on the day schoolchildren were spotted returning to the classroom in the city over three months after the shooting killed 21 at Robb Elementary School. Zayon Martinez — who was among the second graders cowering under a teacher's desk as Ramos gunned down his friends — is afraid to return to classes in-person because he does not believe the town's blundering cops will not be able to protect him Zayon's refusal comes as students throughout the town return to school on Tuesday following the massacre at Robb Elementary School in May  Students were escorted into the new Uvalde Elementary School on Tuesday A young girl is seen...
    A wedding photographer revealed her trick to getting the perfect photo is having couples pretend to be drunk — because it gets them to forget about the camera.  Myriam Menard, 41, of Crémeux Photo gave a behind-the-scenes look at her process last spring in a now-viral video of a styled elopement shoot in Sint Maarten that has been viewed 16 million times.  In the on-screen text, the Montreal-based photographer explained that she asked models and real-life couple Claudia Soria Marín and Stefano García to walk as if they 'were super drunk' for some of the shots.  Menard told DailyMail.com that having her subjects pretend to be drunk helps achieve a more 'spontaneous result.' Wedding photographer Myriam Menard, 41, of Crémeux Photo revealed that her go-to trick for getting the perfect photo is having couples pretend to be drunk  'I don't want them to stand there and wait. It's uncomfortable for most people, even me. I don't like to be photographed,' she explained. 'So, I truly want them to escape their mind.' Menard added that this trick also encourages couples to relax their...
    ARSENAL pulled out of the transfer race for Youri Tielemans over doubts that he would not be the right fit for the team, according to reports. The Gunners were heavily linked with a swoop for the Leicester midfielder throughout the summer transfer window, but a deal never materialised. 1Arsenal lost interest in signing TielemansCredit: AP Instead, Mikel Arteta looked to alternative midfield targets just hours before the transfer deadline. Club chiefs attempted to pursue a deal for Palmeiras midfielder Danilo, but their £20million bid was rejected with the Brazilian club unwilling to sell. Aston Villa star Douglas Luiz then became the priority target, however the Gunners had three offers turned down before the 11pm curfew last Thursday. But, Arsenal's third and final offer of £23m plus add-ons - which was rejected with less than one hour remaining in the window - would have been enough to sign original target Tielemans had they tabled a bid for him. Read More on ArsenalArsenal transfer news Gunners' £26m Ferran Torres bid bid, Europa League squad CONFIRMED That is according to journalist Pete O'Rourke,...
    A psychologist has revealed why it is 'uniquely painful' to be the child of a narcissistic mother - and shared advice on how to cope with the situation.  Dr Ruth Ann Harpur, who has a practice based in London, spoke about the issue in a TikTok video with Dr Gurpreet Kaur, a chartered clinical psychologist based in Surrey. Dr Harpur explained that having a narcissistic mother is especially difficult because children have the expectation that they will be loved unconditionally for who they are as individuals.  Growing up with a narcissistic mother is 'uniquely painful' according to clinical psychologist Dr Ruth Harpur, who discussed the topic in a recent TikTok video (stock image) @drkaurtherapy Some great points by my colleague @drruthannharpur above dealing with narcissist mothers … ♬ original sound - Dr Gurpreet Kaur Narcissistic mothers, on the other hand, are likely to view children as extensions of themselves, taking on achievements as their own and seeing 'failures' as a reflection of their parenting.  'Having a narcissistic mother is uniquely painful,' Dr Harpur said.  'We all hope and expect our parents...
    A school district in the San Francisco Bay area has asked parents with a spare room to consider renting it out to teachers, as the average cost of a one-bedroom apartment in the region soars past $3,000 a month. The Milpitas Unified School District, which spans the edge of Silicon Valley from San Jose to Fremont, employs 941 people - but they are struggling to keep teachers because of the scarcity of affordable housing. Teachers in the district earn from $67,163 to $111,410, meaning that even the highest-earning teachers would not qualify for the $3,000-a-month rent. Most landlords require that a tenant earns 40 times the monthly rent, meaning the highest-earner could rent a home worth $2,785, while landlords would rent an apartment at a maximum value of $1,679 to the lowest-earning teachers. Cheryl Jordan, superintendent of Milpitas Unified School District, said the rental costs were putting off prospective teachers. 'We've lost out on some employees that we tried to recruit because once they see how much it costs to live here, they determine that it's just not possible,' she...
    GETTING the cold shoulder is never fun – especially when the snub comes from your beloved pet. But experts said your dog isn't ignoring you because they hate you, so don't take the social slight personally. 2If your dog seems to prefer your partner to you, there may be a reason, experts saidCredit: Getty According to pet pros at The Dog Snobs, there are a number of reasons your dog may choose to snuggle next to your spouse instead of you. It can be as simple as differing personalities, the pros explained. Think about how your disposition compares to your partner's and your dog's. "Are you the one to always wake up and rise first? Perhaps you are the one to walk the dog early in the morning," the pros wrote. "A pup with a sleepy disposition may not like that, especially in winter," they added. READ MORE: PETSPAWS FOR THOUGHT I’m a vet & I can tell why you're bringing your dog in just by their breedANIMAL AID Cleaning whizz shares $4 hack will get pet hair off your...
    Snorers may be more at risk of cancer, a study suggested today. But researchers now say it's not because they're more likely to be fat, a smoker or suffer from other health conditions. Swedish experts instead believe that it's something to do with the lack of oxygen they get during the night. Separate studies today also linked sleep apnoea with a decline in brain power and blood clots.  Millions of Britons and Americans suffer from the condition, when your breathing is interrupted during the night.  Usually, this presents itself as snoring — although the irritating, relationship-ruining noise is not always caused by it. Swedish researchers found people with worse obstructive sleep apnoea (OSA) — interrupted breathing at night — were at a higher risk of lung, prostate and skin cancer RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Reducing the amount of disruptions to your sleep and making... Mask your eyes when you go to bed, sit at the table and take... Share this article Share OBSTRUCTIVE SLEEP APNOEA  Obstructive sleep apnoea (OSA) occurs when the...
    A TikTok star spent $500 on Skims wear but is dissatisfied with two products. TikTok star, Logan Hill, did a clothing haul on size 6/8 Skims wear and gave her a review on them in a TikTok video. 2Logan Hill bought $500 worth of Skims wear to reviewCredit: TikTok 2Logan Hill approves of the pink short sleeve bodysuit from SkimsCredit: TikTok Hill promotes size 6 and size 8 fashion on her TikTok, and she wanted to give her review on Skims clothing. Skims is a clothing brand co-founded by Kim Kardashian and Jens Grede. Hill tried on 9 different pieces of clothing. The first piece of clothing Hill tried on was a thin strapped body suit in the color Neutral, which she approved of. Most read in FashionSWEET DREAMS I'm an interior architect - style your bed to make your room look expensiveOUTFIT TWINS I'm a size XL, my friend is XS, we tried on the same outfit haul from RevolveAHEAD OF THE CURVE I have big boobs - you can wear a bra with...
    Actor Idris Elba has reportedly turned down the offer to star in the next James Bond film but during a recent interview, he got candid with fellow celebrities about all the efforts to push him to take on the role. During the Friday edition of The Shop, Elba was a guest alongside Drew Barrymore and Kyrie Irving. Elba playing the legendary British spy eventually became the topic of discussion, an idea everyone in the room, aside from Elba, seemed excited about. “If it’s not you, I don’t wanna see it,” Barrymore said supportively. The Shop’s creator, Paul Rivera jumped in to say, “There’s been a ton of chatter out there that the role was offered. Not offered. You wanted it — didn’t want it. There was a conversation. Wasn’t a conversation. What can you, if anything say about it?” “Let me throw the question out to you guys,” Elba said. “If you are of the agreement that you think that I should play it, can you ask yourselves why and really answer why you think I should play it?” Barrymore was...
    A woman has revealed how she figured out her boyfriend had cheated on her when he lasted a suspiciously long time in bed. Pernille Torhov, 22, had been dating her boyfriend for four months when he went on a short staycation in their home county of Norway with friends - but when he returned, she noticed a sudden difference in their sex life which rang alarm bells. After he lasted much longer in bed than usual, Pernille said she had strong suspicions something was wrong - and a week later the guilty boyfriend confessed his infidelity.
    A Philadelphia children's theme park has invited a black family back after two of their children appeared to be snubbed by one of its mascots.  Sesame Place was at the center of 'racist' allegations earlier this summer after one of the furry characters, Rosita, appeared to ignore the youngsters who were watching a parade. But now managers at the park, which is the subject of a $25million lawsuit, have attempted to make amends by inviting the children and their family members back.  The family, however, have rejected the offer of hospitality saying the kids, who were featured in a viral video, are still too 'traumatized' from the furry fail.    Initially, a mother slammed the character as racist after filming Rosita seemingly ignoring her daughter and niece as they reached out to say hello during the parade in July. The Rosita character has been cancelled by Sesame Place after the racism allegations came to light. Two little girls were seen reaching up to the character who waved a hand in a 'no' gesture, with the parents claiming it is because the girls...
    A pair of carjackers in Brazil apparently had a change of heart after they stole a mother's car at gunpoint and returned it along with an apology note in which they claimed they had not noticed her special needs son's stroller was inside. Surveillance footage shows Rosyneide Almeida was about to park her car in the garage of her home in the southeastern city of Cariacica on Sunday when she was approached by one of the armed men. 'He told me to get out because he wanted the car,' Almeida told the Brazilian news outlet G1. Rosyneide Almeida stands next to her vehicle before she was approached by armed carjackers  in front of her home in Cariacica, Brazil, on Sunday. One of the suspects demanded she give up her car. She was able to get her two children out without any issues. The vehicle was left on a street with a full gas tank and an apology note after the carjackers discovered that a stroller that is specifically made for the woman's son, who suffers from encephalitis, an inflammation of the...
    Bravo The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills A friend of a “Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” revealed she was dumped for refusing to get Botox. Sharon Stone, who is famously friends with both Lisa Vanderpump and Lisa Rinna, revealed details about a recent breakup. Here’s what you need to know:Sharon Stone Says a Younger Man ‘Wasn’t Interested in Seeing Me Anymore’ After She Refused to Get Botox: ‘Please Find Your Way to the Exit’ View this post on Instagram A post shared by Sharon Stone (@sharonstone) Sharon Stone told Vogue Arabia that she “recently” split with a younger man she had been dating when he requested that she get Botox, which is meant to remove wrinkles. “It would probably be really good for your ego and mine if I did,” she replied to the unidentified man, according to her. “I saw him one more time after that and then he wasn’t interested in seeing me anymore. If you don’t see me for more than that, you’ll please find your way to the exit.” Stone admitted that the procedure...
    The migration crisis will continue to get worse because there are 'no consequences' for illegal immigration under Joe Biden's policies, the president's top Border Patrol official claims. Raul Ortiz accused Biden of creating an environment that allowed for the unprecedented surge in migration at the southern border over the last nearly two years and said it will continue at an 'exponential' rate under current policies. 'In my experience, we have seen increases when there are no consequences,' the Border Patrol chief said under oath during a recorded deposition with the Florida Attorney General's office. He added in his questioning: 'There is an assumption that if migrant populations are told that there is a potential that they may be released, that, yes, you can see increases.' 'I do think it will increase, yeah,' he said when pressed on if illegal immigration will continue to surge. Despite the second straight month of decreased encounters at the southern border, the figures are still at record-breaking numbers under President Biden and DHS Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas' leadership. Joe Biden's Border Patrol Chief Raul Ortiz said...
    Britney Spears has taken aim at her father Jamie in a shocking new audio clip that was uploaded to YouTube on Sunday night. Spears, 40, was speaking candidly about the circumstances that led to her being placed in a conservatorship in 2007 and how her life unfolded while her decisions were controlled by her family.  Speaking about her family's behavior during the conservatorship, the Stronger singer asked: 'How the f*** did they they get away it?'  The singer says that her father was constantly abusive to her and her brother, Bryan.  When talking about her brother, Spears said: 'My brother was a football player. And my dad was really, really hard on him when he was younger, really abusive.'  Spears said that her father 'controlled everything I did' but that she 'had to go along because I knew they could hurt me.'  In the clip, which has now been set to private, Spears says that when she was 30 years old, she was 'living under my Dad's rules.'  In the clip, which has now been set to private, Spears says...
    Former Senior Advisor and Deputy Chief of Staff to President George W. Bush suggested a Secret Service member could be the mole in the Mar-a-Lago raid who reported Trump for stashing top-secret documents because they 'have the responsibility to report a crime.'  Karl Rove, 71, theorized a Secret Service member ratted out the former president because they're 'sworn law enforcement' and had a responsibility to report if they've seen the materials that Trump's lawyers allegedly claimed weren't there.  'The Secret Service — and this is my own personal conjecture, I have no information besides the Secret Service is there — they have no statutory responsibility over classified material, but they are sworn federal law officers, they're law enforcement. And they have a responsibility to report a crime,' he told Fox News.  'Particularly after a letter is sent from one of the president's lawyers saying: "We don't have any more classified material."' He also claimed that the National Archive, which deals with classified material, were probably already suspicious when Trump claimed not to have classified documents, because the Archive would be able to...
    IF you're in need of some inspiration when it comes to looking for a new job, then maybe your star sign can help you out. A UK-based astrologer, Sasha Fenton, has shared the professions suited to each star sign - everything from a police officer to a nurse, a lawyer and even a celeb - in her new book. ???? Read our horoscopes live blog for the latest readings 13Your star sign can reveal which job is best suited to you, according to astrologer Sasha FentonCredit: Getty Looking at each star sign's personality traits, Sasha explains how they can actually point you towards a certain job and reveal what you're like in the workplace. She reveals all in an excerpt shared with Femail from her new release The Magic of Astrology for Health, Home and Happiness. Scroll further down to see which job suits you according to the zodiac. Aries (March 20 - April 19) 13Aries have a tendency to lean towards public service and emergency situationsCredit: Getty Sasha says Aries are usually very competitive and...
    Artificial sweeteners used in diet sodas and low-fat desserts should 'not be assumed safe,' an Israeli scientist has warned — after his study found they made it harder for cells to absorb sugar and changed the gut microbiome. Researchers led by the Weizmann Institute of Science near Tel Aviv, Israel, and Johns Hopkins University in Maryland gave 120 people one of four sweeteners or a placebo up to three times a week for 14 days at doses lower than the recommended limits. They found those who got aspartame and stevia — often found in diet sodas and juices — had an altered gut microbiome. But those who got saccharin and sucralose — a common sugar substitute in baking — were also less able to absorb sugar. Dr. Eran Elinav, the microbiologist who led the study, said: 'We should not assume [sweeteners] are safe until proven otherwise. Until then, caution is advised.' Previous studies have also linked sweeteners to a higher risk of type 2 diabetes, heart disease and obesity, but have also shown they can help with short-term weight loss....
    THERE are lots of reasons your boobs might be sore or swollen, but few ways to find relief. One woman said she found a $32 bralette that's like a "weighted blanket" for her chest, even when her breast swelling is at its worst. 3Blogger Carly Rivlin shared the 'weighted blanket' bralette with her followersCredit: TikTok/CarlyRivlin On her TikTok, fashion blogger Carly Rivlin posted a clip alerting her 142k followers to the miracle bra. "This is a PSA," she declared at the start of the video, posing in the supportive bra top in front of her mirror. "If your boobs hurt because of your period, they're growing, they're shrinking, whatever," she said, "this bralette has quite literally been the only thing that's stopped me from crying today." The Sculpting Bralette, $32, from Skims, is "technically shapewear," but it's a better choice for swollen boobs than lounge bras, Rivlin insisted. READ MORE FASHION TIPSMIX IT UP I’m a 32G - my favorite bra is great for big boobs & goes with any top styleFASHION SOS My Shein haul was an...
    President Joe Biden on Wednesday said canceling student debt would have more of an impact on Black and Hispanic borrowers as he laid out his plan to ease the burden. He described how minorities have often built up less familial wealth, with reduced rates of home ownership - but his comments were condemned by some conservatives as racist. In all some 40 million Americans could see their student loan debt reduced by the long-awaited measures. 'The burden is especially heavy, heavy on Black and Hispanic borrowers, who on average have less family wealth to pay for it,' said Biden at the White House. 'They don't own their homes to borrow against to be able to pay for college.  'And the pandemic only made things worse.' The most recent report by the National Association of Realtors found that although home ownership among White Americans runs at 72.1 percent, it stands at 43.3 percent among black Americans - lower than where it was 10 years ago. Critics on social media said Biden's generalization went too far.  'This is just racist nonsense,' said...
    Donald Trump Jr. said in remarks supporting Matt Gaetz's reelection that the U.S. would be more safe if his father had hidden the nuclear codes at his Mar-a-Lago estate rather than allowing them to transfer hands to President Joe Biden. 'Donald Trump has the nuclear codes! In the linen closet at Mar-a-Lago!' the eldest Trump child mockingly said as justification for the FBI raid during a speech in Florida that resembled a stand-up comedy act. 'By the way, for the record, I say that if Donald Trump actually still had the nuclear codes it would probably be good,' Don Jr. said to cheers from the pro-Gaetz crowd. 'Our enemies – our enemies – might actually be like, 'Okay, maybe, let's not mess with them,'' he added to the delight of the audience. 'Unlike when they look at Joe Biden then they say, 'You know what? We should attack now.'' At the Monday event in support of Gaetz's reelection campaign, Don Jr. also defended the Florida congressman against attack ads from his competitor claiming he could be the 'informant' that gave...
    Pupils at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde where a gunman shot dead 19 of their classmates and two teachers in the deadliest US mass shooting for a decade are now enrolling in online classes because they are too scared to return to school for the new year. The children have told their parents they 'don't feel safe' going back to school, three months after the massacre that has devastated the Texan community. As a result, many parents in Uvalde have enrolled their children, still traumatized by the sounds of the bullets, in online classes which have been approved by the state while others are considering enrolling them in private schools.  Tina Quintanilla-Taylor, whose nine-year-old daughter Mehle was supposed to start fourth grade at a new school which is just a mile from Robb Elementary School, has decided to enroll her in online classes instead after her daughter told her: 'I don't feel safe'. Speaking of the children who had attended Robb Elementary School, Quintanilla-Taylor told The New York Times: 'They are not ready for the new school year. Nobody feels safe going...
    When Jared Kushner and Ivanka Trump decided to leave their lives in New York City to work for Donald Trump in his White House, the incoming president had a warning for them: 'You're too young, too skinny, too rich and too good looking. They'll be gunning for you.'  Kushner recalls his father-in-law's words in his new memoir 'Breaking History,' a copy of which was obtained by DailyMail.com. It will be published on Tuesday and retails for $35. The 512-page book recalls his and Ivana's courtship, life in the Trump White House and the fallout from the 2020 election when Trump tried to overturn Joe Biden's victory. The couple, who served as advisers to President Trump during his four years in office, were often targets of criticism for either not doing enough to rein in the president's more outrageous ideas or for the various issues they worked on: criminal justice reform, the covid pandemic, and immigration.  Much has been written already about the book - including Kushner's scare with cancer, his response to the January 6th insurrection on Capitol Hill, his work on...
    IT has not been a good week for Premier League football. With headbutts, managerial red cards and multi-million pound transfer requests, stars have again been accused of being overpaid and over-pampered. 6Ian Wright says criticism footballers from politicians is unwarrantedCredit: Louis Wood - The Sun 6Ian Wright is Arsenal's second highest ever goalscorer behind Thierry HenryCredit: News Group Newspapers Ltd But Ian Wright, one of top-flight football’s most successful players of all time, reckons the abuse from politicians and Co is “hypocritical”. Ian, 58, says: “There’s always a backlash against footballers. “When the pandemic started, everybody was sitting at home saying, ‘footballers should do this, footballers should do that’. "Actually footballers always do the right thing because they’re working-class boys. READ MORE IAN WRIGHTTICKLED PINK Fans say same thing as Ian Wright dons pink shirt in response to Alan SugarWRIGHT STUFF Arsenal legend Wright's grandson D'Margio, 20, signs bumper new Stoke contract “They’ve got families, like myself, who are still earning the minimum wage, so they’re never gonna be people who are out of touch. "The thing with...
    Do you find you still get covered in bites during the summer even when you have covered yourself in mosquito repellent? Scientists may have figured out why, as it the bloodthirsty pests have evolved the ability to sniff out human body odour in more ways than one. Most animals smell with the 'olfactory receptors' in their nose or antennae, which each detect a single, unique scent particle. The receptors are connected to 'olfactory neurons' that transmit information about that particular odour to the brain. However, researchers from Rockefeller University in New York, USA, have discovered that the neurons in mosquito antennae are connected to multiple types of receptor.  This means that their neurons are activated by more than one chemical produced by humans, so if one type of receptor is knocked out, they can still track us down. Professor Leslie Vosshall, a senior author of the study, said: 'You need to work harder to break mosquitoes because getting rid of a single receptor has no effect.  'Any future attempts to control mosquitoes by repellents or anything else has to take...
    Medieval friars were nearly twice as likely as townspeople to be infected by intestinal parasites, new analysis of remains found in Cambridge shows. This is despite most Augustinian monasteries of the period having latrine blocks and hand-washing facilities, unlike the houses of ordinary working people.  Experts said the difference in parasitic infection may be down to monks manuring crops in friary gardens with their own faeces, or purchasing fertiliser containing human or pig excrement. The study, carried out by researchers from the University of Cambridge, is the first to compare parasite prevalence in people from the same medieval community who were living different lifestyles, and so might have differed in their infection risk. The population of medieval Cambridge was made up of residents of monasteries, friaries and nunneries of various major Christian orders, along with merchants, traders, craftsmen, labourers, farmers, and staff and students at the early university. Cambridge archaeologists investigated samples of soil taken from around the pelvises of adult remains from the former cemetery of All Saints by the Castle parish church, as well as from the grounds...