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    WHEN a product is circulating, it's hard to know if it's worth the hype unless you try it yourself. One fashion fan caved and bought the most viral TikTok dress and was shocked when she tried it on. 5YouTuber Roxi tries the most viral TikTok dressCredit: YouTube/Roxxsaurus 5The dress is the $52 Motel Rocks Paiva Slip Dress in SatinCredit: YouTube/Roxxsaurus YouTube user Roxi is a professional reviewer for all things lifestyle and fashion related. In a recent video, she buys popular TikTok products to find out if they're as great as everyone says they are – one of which is the app's viral dress. "I have literally seen this dress all over my for you page. I feel like everyone has it right now," Roxi admits. The dress is a satin, cowl-neck mini. READ MORE ON SHOPPING HAULSFORMAL LOUNGE I’m midsize - I tried Abercrombie’s viral $90 trousers and I get the hypeFOR All sizes I’m midsize & tried the TikTok viral Zara dress - it was so flattering "I feel like the reason why...
    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...
    RETURNING from summer holidays at Balmoral, the Queen always came down the plane’s steps while Palace staff carried her Corgis from of the back. Last night, as I photographed the Queen’s Colour Squadron carrying her coffin from the C-17 at RAF Northolt, it dawned on me. There were no Corgies this time. 3The Queen always came down the plane’s steps while Palace staff carried her Corgis from of the backCredit: Getty 3Last night, as I photographed the Queen’s Colour Squadron carrying her coffin from the C-17 at RAF Northolt, there were no CorgiesCredit: Alamy In that moment, it finally sank in this would be the last time, after 40 years, that I’d photograph the Queen leaving a plane. I have to admit, it’s been a difficult week. When I see her face in the paper or on TV it reminds me of many great moments I’ve seen with this incredible woman. I get choked thinking that I’ll never speak to her again or hear that softly spoken voice, or see that wonderful smile. READ MORE ON THE QUEEN'S...
    Alex Jones owes the families of the Sandy Hook victims millions of dollars for his defamatory garbage lies, with more lawsuits still pending, but his status as a rotten-to-the-core spewer of rancid bovine excrement is far from a new development. Your friendly neighborhood Mediaite contributing editor likes to believe a fundamental characteristic of humanity is that, regardless of our own personal views on matters of religion or faith, we are all capable of seeking redemption and choosing to be better people. In the case of Jones, however, the decades of evidence lead me to the inescapable conclusion that he is an irredeemable piece of crap, has been an irredeemable piece of crap for a very long time, and is highly likely to remain an irredeemable piece of crap for the foreseeable future. To describe Jones as a “conspiracy theorist” imputes a far more benign nature to his rantings than he deserves, portraying him as a mere jester in a tin foil hat instead of someone who deliberately gives oxygen to anti-Semitic tropes — which is exactly what he did on September...
    Saudi Arabia are reportedly set to announce a joint bid to host the 2030 FIFA World Cup alongside Greece and Egypt that would see the tournament once again take place in the winter. This year's tournament in Qatar will take place in November and December for the first time ever and it is understood should the three-nation bid be successful it will also see a competition staged in the middle of the European domestic season once more due to the high June/July temperatures in the region at that time of year. The report according to The Times suggests an announcement for the bid is imminent following talks at senior government levels. It adds that Saudi Arabia would be the lead partner and at least contribute to the infrastructure costs needed by its neighbouring hosts, with the confirmation set to be announced in the next few weeks. The Premier League among other European leagues are likely to oppose another tournament disrupting their campaign should a bid be announced, with this year's competition getting underway on November 20. Bidding for the 2030...
    Amid his divorce, three-time Oscar nominee Sylvester Stallone wished his 'very special' eldest daughter Sophia a happy belated 26th birthday on Sunday with an Instagram slideshow. It was the day after the 76-year-old Italian stallion's estranged third wife Jennifer Flavin broke her social media silence by posting her own tribute to Sophia. 'You bring so much love and happiness to everyone you know!' the 54-year-old Serious Skincare founder gushed on Instagram. Amid his divorce: Three-time Oscar nominee Sylvester Stallone wished his 'very special' eldest daughter Sophia a happy belated 26th birthday on Sunday with an Instagram slideshow 'I'm the luckiest mom!' It was the day after the 76-year-old Italian stallion's estranged third wife Jennifer Flavin broke her social media silence by posting her own tribute to Sophia 'Besides being a beautiful person, you are hard-working, smart and most of all compassionate. I am the luckiest mom in the world to call you my daughter! Love you!' Jennifer officially filed to end her 25-year marriage with Sly (born Michael) at a court in Palm Beach County, FL on August 19, and...
    A detransitioner has told how he was 'brainwashed' into having gender reassignment surgery after believing himself to be a woman trapped in the wrong body. Going by the name Shape Shifter, the 32-years-old who lives in Massachusetts grew up in a Muslim country in the Balkans where even being gay was frowned upon, but he believed that if he transitioned to female he would finally feel happy with himself. He was given a referral letter by Fenway Health in Massachusetts, which he claims has been taken over by biased pro-trans activists. The surgery itself was performed by Dr Sherman Leis of the The Philadelphia Center for Transgender Surgery. He is regarded as the United States' most experienced gender reassignment surgeon. But soon after the operation was complete in 2015 in his mid-20s, Shape Shifter quickly realized he had made a terrible mistake, and that he was just a gay man who enjoyed presenting in a feminine way.  The procedures he has undergone - which include the removal of his penis and the creation of a 'neo-vagina' are irreversible. They have left...
    Sen. Marsha Blackburn insisted Taiwan is its own 'country' as she visited the island democracy on Friday.  The Tennessee Republican first referred to Taiwan as a 'country' in a meeting Friday with Taiwanese President Tsai Ing-wen.  Blackburn recalled her first trip to Taiwan in 2008 when she had 'the opportunity to get to see some of your country firsthand.'  Blackburn, a member of the Armed Services Committee, was asked on call with reporters whether her remarks represented a break from official U.S. policy.  'I feel like Taiwan is a country. If Taiwan was not a country why would China be talking about reunification?' the Tennessee Republican asked defiantly.  Blackburn traveled by U.S. military aircraft to Taipei Thursday night, marking the fourth U.S. lawmaker visit to the island democracy in a matter of weeks. Her latest remarks are sure to draw further fire from the CCP, which warned against further U.S. arms sales or official travel to Taiwan.  Sen. Marsha Blackburn insisted Taiwan is its own 'country' as she visited the island democracy on Friday The Tennessee Republican first referred to Taiwan as...
    Greg Doherty, Getty Actress Olivia Wilde was publicly served custody papers by her ex, Jason Sudeikis, while on stage promoting an upcoming film back in May and she’s finally ready to open up about the experience. Back in May, the actress, now dating former One Direction bandmate Harry Styles, was at the CinemaCon 2022 convention in Las Vegas, Nevada. Wilde was promoting her upcoming film Don’t Worry Darling, in which Styles is one of the stars. As she was giving her presentation, a random person came up to the stage with a manilla envelope. Wilde grabbed the envelope, thinking it was fan mail of some kind, and began to open it on stage. She had been publicly served by Sudeikis for custody over their two kids, Otis and Daisy. Sudeikis later released a statement to Deadline through a representative to say he was shocked the papers would be served in such a public way. “Mr. Sudeikis had no prior knowledge of the time or place that the envelope would have been delivered as this...
    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...
    Donald Trump Junior suggested on Monday that the United States would be safer if his father, former President Donald Trump, had stashed "the nuclear codes" at his Mar-a-Lago golf resort in Palm Beach, Florida. The eldest Trump son shared his opinion – which resembled a stand-up comedy routine – at an event in support of Florida Republican Congressman Matt Gaetz's reelection campaign. "Donald Trump has the nuclear codes!! In the linen closet at Mar-a-Lago!!" Junior hollered. READ MORE: Donald Trump sues the federal government over Mar-a-Lago search "By the way, for the record, I say that if Donald Trump actually still had the nuclear codes it would probably be good," he hooted. "Our enemies – our enemies – might actually be like, 'okay, maybe, let's not mess with them.' I'm like when they look at Joe Biden then they say, 'we should attack now.'" Watch below or at this link. \u201c"If Donald Trump actually still had the nuclear codes, it'd probably be good."\n\n\u2014 Donald Trump Jr. with the latest Republican defense of Trump keeping classified documents at Mar-a-Lago\u201d —...
    Joe Raedle/Getty Images It might actually be good for former President Donald Trump to have the country’s nuclear codes at home, his son Donald Trump Jr. argued on Monday. At a campaign event for Rep. Matt Gaetz (R-FL), Trump Jr. blasted the FBI’s raid of his father’s Mar-a-Lago property. Authorities were looking for allegedly classified documents and reports have suggested some documents could be nuclear-related. Trump has denied having classified documents and called the search warrant “prosecutorial misconduct.” While accusing the media of fear-mongering, Trump Jr. said America’s enemies may be less inclined to attack if Trump was in charge of the nukes. “By the way, for the record, I’d say that if Donald Trump actually still had the nuclear codes, it’d probably be good,” he said. “Our enemies might actually be like, ‘ok, maybe let’s not mess with them,’ unlike when they look at Joe Biden and they say, ‘you know what, we should attack now.'” “If Donald Trump actually still had the nuclear codes, it’d probably be good.” — Donald Trump Jr. with the latest Republican defense of...
    ARSENAL hero Ian Wright has slammed the Premier League claiming it would be "f***ing s***" without Liverpool. Speaking on stage during the Off the Ball roadshow, Wright made the brutally honest review. 1Ian Wright has taken aim at the competitiveness of the Premier LeagueCredit: Getty He said: "I thought Fulham were amazing on the first [weekend, drawing with Liverpool 1-1]. "They put the pressure on Liverpool and the reason why they done that is because you know that Liverpool, who have chased down a Man City side that are imperious… "Right, if it wasn’t for Liverpool this f***ing league would be s***. "Simply because, City beat them on two occasions by one point, and then they hammered them out of sight. READ MORE ON ARSENALGUNNERS NEWS Pedro Neto boost, Lucas Paqueta top target, Tielemans talks ongoing, Pino bid "If it weren’t for Liverpool it would be a procession." Man City have lifted the league title four times out of the last five seasons with Jurgen Klopp's men their closest competitors winning it the other time. Wright, the...
    Interestingly, Trump himself urged cooler heads to prevail in an interview with Fox News on Monday. "The country is in a very dangerous position. There is tremendous anger, like I've never seen before," Trump said. "If there is anything we can do to help, I, and my people, would certainly be willing to do that. "People are so angry at what is taking place," the former president also said. "Whatever we can do to help — because the temperature has to be brought down in the country. If it isn’t, terrible things are going to happen."
    GARY NEVILLE has admitted it will be "embarrassing" if Manchester United miss out on Frenkie de Jong - but "horrific" if he joins Chelsea. Reports today claimed the Red Devils are ready accept defeat in their pursuit of the Barcelona midfielder. 2Frenkie de Jong appears to be edging towards a move to ChelseaCredit: Getty 2Gary Neville has suggested it will be "horrific" if De Jong signs for the BluesCredit: Getty Chelsea are now thought to be in pole position to sign De Jong. That's after Erik ten Hag made De Jong his No1 transfer target at the start of the summer, with United even agreeing a fee with Barcelona for the Dutchman. A move failed to materialise - and Neville is bracing himself for the worst if De Jong heads to Stamford Bridge over Old Trafford. The United legend told Football Daily: "If they (United) don’t get him, it’s embarrassing but if he goes to Chelsea, it’s horrific. Read More Man Utd NewsRED DEVILS LATEST Adrien Rabiot wage issues, Frenkie de Jong deal AGREED, Ronaldo latest "If he doesn’t want to...
    The Dallas Cowboys are going through training camp, and the MVP is a player that no Cowboy fan could have expected to earn that role thus far.  Training camp is always a grind, and the Dallas Cowboys are going through it. So far, the best player is one that no one thought would be “the guy.” It’s not Dak Prescott, CeeDee Lamb, or Trevon Diggs, for that matter. It’s a cornerback, and the answer to the question is Anthony Brown. Yes, the corner who plays opposite Trevon Diggs is the player that’s turned the most heads with his play. Anthony Brown is the best player in camp, & I’m positive we didn’t have that on our bingo cards. pic.twitter.com/8ggZeKVrJb — David Helman (@davidhelman_) August 8, 2022 Sure, the image shows a little extra physicality, but as David Helman reported, there is no flag on the play, and officials did see the play through and through. They ruled it fair, and thus Brown gets the credit for the coverage and earns respect as a result.Anthony Brown is the MVP of...
    OLYMPIC champion Tom Daley has called for the Commonwealth Games to ban any country with anti-LGBT laws from hosting the competition. The 28-year-old diver, who won gold at the Tokyo Games last summer, publicly came out as gay a number of years ago. 4Daley won Olympic gold for Great Britain in Tokyo last summerCredit: PA 4The Olympic champion has slammed homophobia which still exists in sport He is married to Oscar-winning screenwriter Dustin Lance Black and their son was born in 2018. He is currently using his profile to promote the need for sport to stand up against homophobic discrimination as he stars in the upcoming BBC documentary Tom Daley: Illegal to Be Me. And in a sneak preview of the programme, he slams how ridiculous it is that sporting events are still being hosted in countries which outlaw being gay. Speaking on the show, he said: "I would be illegal to exist in 35 of the 56 states of the Commonwealth. I mean, it's just outrageous. READ MORE IN SPORT'POWER IN VISIBILITY' Daley praises Daniels for coming out and...
    Getty Al Horford of the Boston Celtics. The Boston Celtics won’t have to cross this bridge until 2023, but Al Horford’s free agency will be coming up in less than a year. Even at 36 years old, Horford played an important role in the Celtics making their first NBA Finals appearance since 2010. If he plays at, or close to, the same level for this upcoming season, there’s no telling what his price tag may be when he approaches free agency. Because of all that happened from when Horford left by the Celtics to join the Philadelphia 76ers in 2019 to when he was re-acquired by Boston in 2021, a league executive has a hard time believing Horford would leave again. “Al went and got his money with the Sixers, and he was miserable. (Then) he went to Oklahoma City. He kind of experienced what else was out there. It would be a shock if they let him go or if he bolted on that again,” the league executive explained to Heavy. Even though the numbers on a...
    Cope offered two recommendations. First, "More people should vote and vote the right way." Second, "We need to get [bad people] locked up because this is a scary situation when that happens." \u201c#BREAKING: "More people need to vote and vote the right way," says the 80 year old #Norco store owner that blasted a would-be robber with a shotgun. Owner Craig Cope is back to work today, and has this message for politicians...\u201d — Jeff Vaughn (@Jeff Vaughn) 1659482456 While a scary situation, Cope was ready. "I did a lot of hunting when I was a little kid." Cope's wife, who told CBSLA she did not want to be identified, issued a warning to prospective criminals in the area: "Stay out of Norco, because everybody in Norco has a gun."
    Monkeypox becoming endemic in the U.S. would be the 'worst public health failure in modern times' because it could have been prevented, an ex-Food and Drug Administration director has said. Writing in an op-ed over the weekend, Dr Scott Gottlieb pointed out that — unlike when Covid first emerged — there were already reliable vaccines and tests available to stop the disease in its tracks. But the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) failed to act rapidly, instead following the same 'protracted checklist' and making many of the same mistakes as when Covid struck. He wrote in the New York Times that should the disease gain a foothold it would be a disaster both because it could have been prevented and as infections — which spark blisters across body — are painful. Many sufferers have said their symptoms were 'worse than Covid'. Last month Gottlieb predicted the tally of cases — then 1,800 — were just a fraction of the actual number. Since then it has risen to more than 5,000 with the CDC now detecting about 250 new...
    Comic and pundit Bill Maher claimed that while Trump’s fans would cry “MAGA tears if their boy is in jail,” Republicans secretly “would fucking love it.” On Friday night’s edition of HBO’s Real Time with Bill Maher, the host talked with guests Sam Stein and John McWhorter about the prospect of Attorney General Merrick Garland successfully prosecuting Trump and putting him in jail. Maher and Stein posited an imprisoned Trump as a win-win for Republicans, who could simultaneously get Trump “out of the way” and raise money by using the “persecution” as a rallying point: BILL MAHER: Merrick Garland has a big decision here as the attorney general of the United States, whether to call a grand jury. I just, I get the argument. Why not to. Because they’re going to be crying their MAGA tears if their boy is in jail. Let me ask you this. Just imagine this scenario and tell me your reaction… What if they did this and won the case? Because if you guys bring this, you got to win the case. He’s in jail. My theory, the Republicans...
    China fired its most direct warning shot yet amid reports that House Speaker Nancy Pelosi may visit Taiwan on Friday, saying that if the speaker's plane is accompanied by U.S. fighter jets, they would not rule out shooting them down. 'If US fighter jets escort Pelosi's plane into Taiwan, it is invasion. The PLA has the right to forcibly dispel Pelosi's plane and the US fighter jets, including firing warning shots and making tactical movement of obstruction. If ineffective, then shoot them down,' Hu Xijin, a commentator with the Chinese state-affiliated Global Times, wrote on Twitter.   Earlier China warned the U.S. against crossing a 'red line' as it released not-so-subtle warnings against the speaker, which China has reasoned is number three in line in U.S. government, from visiting Taiwan.  The U.S. must be prepared to 'bear all consequences' if Pelosi chooses to visit Taiwan, Chinese foreign minister Zhao Lijian said in a briefing Friday.  National Security Spokesman John Kirby said Friday the Pentagon has seen no indication of a military threat.  'We just don't have any concrete indications of something...
    GEMMA Owen's mum Louise shouldn't allow her to date Love Island's Luca Bish outside the villa, says a behaviour expert. Luca, 23, told Gemma he loves her just two weeks before the final of the hit ITV2. 3A body language expert has claimed Gemma Owen's mum shouldn't allow her to date Luca BishCredit: Instagram 3Luca kisses Gemma as the teenager gets ready for another day in the villaCredit: Eroteme 3His body language has come under scrutiny from expertsCredit: Eroteme But the fishmonger has come under fire for showing "red flags" and jealous behaviour following a chat she had with bombshell Billy Brown. "He's pushing her to drop what she wants so that he gets what he wants," behaviour expert Vanessa Moss told The Sun. "If I was her Mum I'd be saying 'no way is my daughter getting my blessing to be with a guy who can't respect what she wants and pushing her with his bad behaviour, purely to get what he wants.'" The mum-of-four's approval of Luca is critical to their relationship, as Gemma, 19, has explained in...
    Fox News anchor Martha MacCallum sparred with senior Biden economic adviser Gene Sperling over the state of the economy amid fears the United States is about the enter a recession. On Monday, MacCallum asked Sperling what would define a recession. “It is a significant contractionary period over a few months where those that make that determination look at a lot of different factors, particularly the jobs market,” replied Sterling. Sperling laid out “three points of evidence as to why I think that the evidence is strong we’re not in a recessionary period and that in fact in the face of a very big global economy, the U.S. economy is showing special resistance”: First, the job market. In the 40 years since 1982, there’s never been even a three-month period when we’re in recession where we’re creating over 75 or 76,000 jobs. The last three months, we created 375,000 jobs a month. We’ve created 2.7 million in the first six months. There has never been a recessionary period that’s seen a fraction of that level of job growth. Second, when you...
    Photo by Kevin Dietsch/Getty Images A progressive New York State Senator Jessica Ramos called out Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY) on Twitter for her lack of presence within her constituency, asserting that the Congresswoman is becoming out of touch. Ramos is the Chair of the New York Senate Committee on Labor and serves the 13th district of the state, of which portions overlap with Ocasio-Cortez’s congressional district. The series of tweets took place after a medical student posted that health policy academics were denied a meeting with Ocasio-Cortez’s staff: a couple of the most highly respected health policy academics recenly set up a meeting with AOC’s office to discuss NHS style healthcare reform. They were told bluntly by AOC’s staff, “we’re not doing healthcare right now.” — Daniel (@jai_lies) July 21, 2022 The congresswoman replied in an apologetic manner claiming that what was described is “not representative of me nor my values.” She encouraged the sender to connect with her to remedy the issue. I’m really sorry to hear that this happened. It’s not representative of me nor my values....
    Donald Trump's claims that the 2020 presidential election was rigged got a standing ovation from a crowd of young conservatives in Tampa on Friday night. At another point he blasted the global climate crisis as a 'hoax' that had to be 'defeated' by Republicans.  After arriving more than an hour late to his scheduled appearance at Turning Point USA's Student Action Summit, the former president delivered a lengthy hour-and-a-half speech in which he raged at the Biden administration, Democrats' agenda, the border crisis - and dropped more hints he could run to change that in 2024. 'Our country has never been in a position like this. The election was stolen, it was rigged,' the former president said in his speech, sponsored by Turning Point Action.  'I ran twice, I won twice, and I did much better the second time than the first.'  The audience in the Tampa Convention Center erupted in cheers - a departure from the lackluster reception his complaints about the 2020 race have gotten at recent campaign rallies. And dropping yet another hint about his 2024 ambitions,...
    A New Hampshire Senate hopeful claims YouTube censored his 33-hour livestream where he opposed Biden-backed attempts to end the filibuster, claiming big tech is shutting down GOP voices.  Bruce Fenton, a Republican, spent more than a day giving speeches and speaking to voters on Monday in his 'Filibuster to save the filibuster' event, where he sought to overtake U.S. Sen. Strom Thurmond's filibuster record by more than nine hours.  Fenton said he was proud of his feat, but that turned to anguish when he found the video archive of his stream was taken down on YouTube, with the candidate blasting the move as an attack on free speech.  'There were great moments in that video, and the voters were robbed of that because some woke executive at YouTube decided he doesn't like my ideas,' Fenton told DailyMail.com.  'Let's be honest, if AOC had done what I did, it would still be up,' he added.  YouTube did not immediately respond to DailyMail.com's request for comment. The platform does not archive live streams longer than 12 hours, although YouTube have yet to...
    The Duchess of Cornwall allegedly jokingly told Prince Harry it would be 'funny' if his unborn mixed-race child has 'ginger Afro hair' when he grows up. An author quoted sources close to Camilla who apparently told him the Duchess made the comments during a chat with Harry and his family about his relationship with Meghan. The alleged comments come from a new no holds-barred book named Revenge: Meghan, Harry and the war between the Windsors by author Tom Bower. Royal sources speaking to the MailOnline said 'this suggestion is nonsense'.  Appearing on Good Morning Britain to discuss his book, Bower said Meghan had warned those closest to her not to speak to him. He said: 'She made it pretty clear to all her friends and people who work for her not to talk to me, so it was quite an uphill struggle but I got enough people to speak to me, more than enough, I got about 80 people.' An award winning author has written of claims that Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwall, asked Prince Harry if his unborn mixed-race child would...
    “He hit me with the gun, and then I noticed I had blood all over my shirt," the victim recounted to the station. "He went to hit me again, and I put my hand out. When I put my hand out to block the gun, he hit my arm, and the gun went flying behind the garbage cans."'It was him or me'The victim's voice began to break as he spoke to the WVUE reporter about what happened next: "From that point on ... it was him or me." The station said the victim lunged forward and grabbed the gunman, and the two began fighting. "When I was dragging him across the lawn, he bit me on my chest," the victim recounted to WVUE. "So I took him down to the ground, and I got my hands around his throat." The station said the victim choked the suspect unconscious, got up, grabbed the gun, and asked a neighbor to call 911. The suspect — identified as Irvin Leferre — remained unconscious until police arrived and arrested him, WVUE reported. \u201cGunman left...
    AT least one good thing has come out of the mess of Boris Johnson’s resignation and the Tory race to replace him. It has forced the Government to shelve its terrible Online Safety Bill. 3The Online Safety Bill poses an imminent danger to free speech online 3Kemi Badenoch said 'we should not be legislating for hurt feelings'Credit: Joshua Bratt 2022 Like Big Brother’s Ministry of Truth, this Orwellian law would do the opposite of what it says on the tin. In the name of safety, it poses an imminent danger to free speech online. Whoever wins the Tory leadership contest should ditch the Online Safety Bill for good. As the breakthrough contender Kemi Badenoch MP said this week: “We should not be legislating for hurt feelings.” READ MORE ON TORIES'GET REAL' Sunak warns Tories it's time for a 'grown up conversation' as he leads PM race That is exactly what the Online Safety Bill would do — make it a potential offence in law to hurt somebody’s feelings on the internet. It marks a victory for woke...
    "Democrats would do better in this year's midterms if the public knew Biden would not be heading the ticket in 2024," Cohen told Fox News Digital. "We believe that would shift voters' attention away from Biden to the extremism of Republicans, on everything from abortion rights to voting rights to climate-change denial." A recent New York Times/Siena College survey of registered voters found that among individuals who indicated that they plan to vote in the 2024 Democratic presidential primary, 64% think the party should nominate someone other than Biden for the 2024 presidential contest, while just 26% think Biden should be the nominee again. "If you're in touch with Democratic Party activists, the frustration is palpable," Cohen said, according to Politico. "Biden appears to be dithering while progressive achievements just go out the window, from abortion rights to the Clean Air Act."
    More On: adele Adele stands by decision to cancel Las Vegas residency: It wasn’t ‘good enough’ Adele’s boyfriend Rich Paul sits next to her ex-husband during festival gig Adele moved to tears as she performs at London’s BST Hyde Park Festival, stops show to help fans Adele and boyfriend Rich Paul go glam for Kevin Love and Kate Bock’s wedding Adele hopes more kids will be in her future. The singer – who is currently dating sports agent Rich Paul – discussed her dreams of growing her brood during her appearance on BBC’s “Desert Island Discs” podcast Monday. “I definitely would like a couple more kids,” Adele told host Lauren Laverne, after being asked how she envisions her life in 10 years. ”It would be wonderful if we can. If not, I’ve got Angelo. I just want to be happy.” Adele, 34, shares 9-year-old son Angelo with her ex-husband, Simon Konecki. The two finalized their divorce in April 2019. Despite their split, the “Easy On Me” singer admitted that co-parenting with Konecki, 48, has been easier than she...
    Dear Amy: A silly problem, perhaps, but here goes. Amy Dickinson  I have a neighbor who is very nice and kind. We wave to one another across our gardens, and occasionally engage in a little small talk. I’ve introduced myself by name to her a couple of times, and I know her name. Yesterday she brought me a really nice plant from her garden. She said, “Hey, lady, I thought you would like this.” Thinking back, I realized that she always addresses me as “lady.” Related Articles Advice | Ask Amy: My coworker makes disgusting noises, and our boss can’t make her stop Advice | Ask Amy: How do I put these kids in my will without irritating my daughter? Advice | Ask Amy: Why would the bride and groom treat a close friend this way? Advice | Ask Amy: If I tell him why I’m leaving him, he’s likely to explode Advice | Ask Amy: She stroked my fiance’s face, and I was furious I know that she...
    The family of a black teenager whose murder inspired the Civil Rights movement in America, will never get justice, it was claimed last night. Startling new evidence in the 1955 case came to light last week when investigators discovered an unserved arrest warrant for Carolyn Bryant, a white woman who claimed 14-year-old Emmett Till whistled at her in a grocery store, an incident that led to the most infamous lynching in US history. But last night a family friend of Bryant, who now goes by the name Carolyn Bryant Donham, told The Mail on Sunday that the 87-year-old is in such poor health that he believes justice will never be served with the warrant. Devery Anderson said: ‘She would likely be dead by the time anything went to trial. If they did indict her that would probably do her in. ‘She’s legally blind, is in a wheelchair and was given just six months to live two years ago when she was diagnosed with cancer. I’m surprised she’s still alive.’ TRAGIC TEENAGER: Emmett Till, with his mother Mamie, who allowed pictures...
    Nearly 50 percent of American voters believe former President Donald Trump should be recommended for criminal charges by the House committee investigating January 6, a new poll suggested on Sunday. The latest survey from CBS News suggests that a plurality of Americans think Trump was directly involved in a criminal plot to undermine US democracy, though Congress' bombshell Capitol riot hearings may not be having the outsized effect they intended to. It comes as Rep. Adam Schiff, one of the January 6 panel's seven Democrats, warned the Justice Department that failing to at least investigate the ex-president would be seen as a 'political' decision that would show he is above the law. 'The fact is, if you follow the evidence where it leads, if you believe that you can prove beyond a reasonable doubt, then you have a duty to prosecute,' Schiff said on NBC News' Meet the Press. 'And the decision not to investigate or not to prosecute becomes a political decision that, well, this person is immune from the rule of law.' Over the last few weeks, the...
    On Friday, the long-dreaded Supreme Court decision to take away the reproductive rights of more than half of the country became official. The decision overturns the 49-year-old Roe v. Wade decision protecting people’s rights to choose whether or not they will have an abortion. This is not the only civil right in jeopardy from this court, as Justice Clarence Thomas wrote he believes similar decisions that rely on the 12th Amendment protecting rights to contraception and same-sex marriage should be “reconsidered” as well. Thomas left off the Loving case from his list, the one that allowed interracial marriages, but don’t worry—I suspect he’d rule against that as well. The Democratic Party has known for some time that this day was coming. They knew it was coming when Republican Sen. Mitch McConnell stole the Supreme Court seat former President Barack Obama was set to fill after Justice Antonin Scalia died on a “free” weekend stay at a West Texas resort, and Donald Trump was able to fill the seat with Neil Gorsuch. Democratic leadership knew this day was coming when the clearly incompetent Justice Anthony...
    In response to Katyal's comments, numerous commenters pointed out that while the Constitution includes the right to bear arms, it says zilch about abortion. "The right to bear arms is in the Constitution. The right to an abortion is not. So this might explain the weirdness," Dinesh D'Souza tweeted. "No, because the the right to keep and bear arms is actually in the Constitution. Abortion is not - which is the point," Kurt Schlichter tweeted. "It's only weird, my friend, if one disregards (a) the existence in the Constitution of a right to keep and bear arms and (b) the non-existence in that text of a right to elective abortion," law professor Rick Garnett tweeted. "I adore you Rick, and think we can disagree about this reasonably. There is no right to concealed carrying of firearms in the text of the Second Amendment. Even guns in the home is not in the text, let alone concealed carrying. And if we are just going by the text, there is ... of course no right to privacy in that text; or right...
    A WEDDING dress is often one of the more expensive parts when it comes to planning that special day, but one bride decided to forgo an appointment at a traditional bridal shop. Jillian Lynch, 32, found her dream dress while thrifting, believing that it felt more natural to her style. 4A woman only paid $3.75 for her wedding dress, shocking the internetCredit: TIKTOK/ jilly_lynch 4Jillian Lynch said it felt more natural to thrift her wedding instead of buying it at a traditional bridal shopCredit: TIKTOK/ jilly_lynch "Because I thrift all the time, it was just the option," she said. "I never even considered going to a bridal shop." In fact, she never thought that she and her now-husband would ever get married, depsite being together for over 13 years. "We planned on being life partners and supporting each other throughout our lives, but marriage didn't seem necessary," she told Insider. "I don't know what changed, but about a year ago, we were like, 'Let's be husband and wife.'" WEDDING DRESSESI DO I'm a curvy bride & tried 20 dresses but...
    A lesbian couple who have an uncanny resemblance have revealed they may actually be half-sisters, but they're still considering staying together even if they're related.  Carley Gonschior and Mercedes Stewart, from Canada, have been dating for the past two years and run the OnlyFans account @notyouraveragesister. They shared their shocking discovery on TikTok, claiming they might have the same father.  'When u find out 2 years into dating that ur moms both slept with the same guy,' they wrote in the on-screen text of the now-viral video, which has been viewed more than 6.9 million times.  'Should we take a DNA test?' they asked in the caption.  Carley Gonschior and Mercedes Stewart, a lesbian couple from Canada, have gone viral on TikTok after claiming they may be half-sisters  According to the duo, they recently discovered their mothers slept with the same man, and they may share a father   Thousands of people have taken to the comments to share their opinions, with many noting that Carley and Mercedes do look eerily similar.  One person commented: 'That could explain why you two look...
    CAROLINE Quentin says Men Behaving Badly could never be made for today’s woke TV. The actress, who shot to fame as Dorothy on the Nineties sitcom, revealed that fans continue to clamour for a reboot. 2The actress claimed Men Behaving Badly 'wouldn’t pass the "woke" test now'Credit: Rex 2The ITV sitcom made stars of Caroline Quentin, Leslie Ash, Neil Morrissey and Martin ClunesCredit: PA:Press Association But Caroline, 61, said: “It’s a wonderful artefact of a certain moment in time, but it wouldn’t pass the ‘woke’ test now. “Every week, I get asked if there’s going to be a Men Behaving Badly comeback. “All I can say is that I speak to Neil and Martin regularly and, as far as I know, there are no plans for a new series.” The ITV sitcom made stars of Neil Morrissey, 59, and Martin Clunes, 60, plus Leslie Ash, 62, and Caroline as their long-suffering girlfriends. Speaking in Saga magazine, Caroline reasoned: “I’m not that interested in comebacks; I prefer to look forward. “I know there was a one-off charity show in 2014, but...
    Sandra Garza, the partner of fallen Capitol Police Officer Brian Sicknick, did not mince words in her criticism for Donald Trump, telling CNN Newsroom’s Jim Acosta that the former president is directly responsible for the death of Sicknick and everyone else who died during or in the aftermath of the Jan. 6, 2021 attack on the U.S. Capitol. Sicknick died from a series of strokes he suffered after being brutally assaulted by rioters as he and other officers attempted to defend the Capitol. Several other officers died by suicide shortly thereafter, traumatized by their experiences. Trump continues to poll very highly among GOP primary voters as their top choice for the Republican presidential nomination for 2024, and has been giving speeches at rallies and conservative events around the country, continuing to rant about his baseless claims that he lost the 2020 election due to election fraud and other misrepresentations. At a speech last week in Nashville, he once again floated the idea of issuing pardons to the Jan. 6 rioters if he is re-elected. Trump “did not just try to diminish...
    Legal experts disputed the premise of a New York Times report published online under the headline, "Despite Growing Evidence, a Prosecution of Trump Would Face Challenges." "If the Justice Department were to bring a case against him, prosecutors would face the challenge of showing that he knew — or should have known — that his position was based on assertions about widespread election fraud that were false or that his attempt to block the congressional certification of the outcome was illegal," wrote Michael Schmidt and Maggie Haberman. The two wrote, "continued stream of falsehoods highlights some of the complexities of pursuing any criminal case against him, despite how well established the key facts are at this point." Some legal experts, however, disagree. Mimi Rocah, the Rochester County district attorney who previously worked as a federal prosecutor, wrote, "In other words - what federal prosecutors need to prove in every single fraud case across this country every single day. (And what’s the federal conviction rate for fraud cases again?)" Former federal prosecutor Richard Signorelli, who also was a Southern District of...
    A senior software engineer at Google who signed up to test Google's artificial intelligence tool called LaMDA (Language Model for Dialog Applications), has claimed that the AI robot is in fact sentient and has thoughts and feelings. During a series of conversations with LaMDA, 41-year-old Blake Lemoine presented the computer with various of scenarios through which analyses could be made. They included religious themes and whether the artificial intelligence could be goaded into using discriminatory or hateful speech.  Lemoine came away with the perception that LaMDA was indeed sentient and was endowed with sensations and thoughts all of its own. Blake Lemoine, 41, a senior software engineer at Google has been testing Google's artificial intelligence tool called LaMDA Lemoine then decided to share his conversations with the tool online - he has now been suspended 'If I didn't know exactly what it was, which is this computer program we built recently, I'd think it was a 7-year-old, 8-year-old kid that happens to know physics,' he told the Washington Post.   Lemoine worked with a collaborator in order to present the evidence...
    Julie Andrews said she would be willing to take another trip to Genovia for The Princess Diaries 3, but the story would have to be right.  In an interview with Entertainment Tonight on the red carpet ahead of her American Film Institute Lifetime Achievement Award, the 86-year-old actress hinted at what it would take for her to reprise the role as queen Clarisse Rinaldi. 'It depends what the story is, and if they can come up with something, that would be wonderful,' she said.  Dear diary: Julie Andrews said she would be willing to take another trip to Genovia for The Princess Diaries 3 but, ' It depends what the story is, and if they can come up with something, that would be wonderful' But knowing how difficult it is to get lighting to strike three times, especially since it's been nearly 20 years since The Princess Diaries: Royal Engagement hit the big screen, the Oscar winner added the caveat, 'But if not, there will be other things.' The Mary Poppins star played the dowager queen of Genovia in the original The...
    Former Defense Secretary William Cohen, also a former Republican U.S. Senator from Maine, said Friday on “MSNBC’s Reports” that it would be “political” for the Department of Justice to not to indict former President Donald Trump after the claims made in the House Select Committee’s first hearing into the January 6 Capitol riot. Cohen said, “Liz Cheney needs a great deal of congratulations here. She’s a profile in courage. What was most compelling about her comments, they were understated—a kind of a Joe Friday, just the facts. I’m going to tell you what the facts are, lay them out for you. I’m going to present this as I might present this to a jury. The jury here is the American people. Then secondly, I would say to the Justice Department. If all of the facts are laid out at the end of this process where they file a complete report, and the Justice Department doesn’t take action, I would say the Justice Department then is acting politically in the face of overwhelming, compelling evidence for the Justice Department not to...
    Tuesday on FNC’s “Jesse Watters Primetime,” Sen. John Kennedy (R-LA) criticized the Biden administration’s handling of economic crises, including inflation and the price of gas. Kennedy also ripped Vice President Kamala Harris for her focus on “root causes” and said President Joe Biden was “as popular” as a sinkhole. Partial transcript as follows: KENNEDY: Jesse, in Washington, D.C., when — when I feel inadequate, I just look around on really bad days I see liars and frauds and meat heads in every direction. This is what President Biden’s and Vice President Harris’ Washington, D.C. has given the American people. And bear with me. Today, Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen, who was also captain of team transitory inflation announced that she is really sorry but inflation is not going to be transitory, it’s going to be with us for a long while. In other words, she does not have a solution to inflation but she really admires the problem. In other words, get used to it. Meanwhile, her boss, President Biden, continues to campaign for more economic chaos by trying to convince us...
    Would-be Ronald Reagan assassin John Hinckley Jr has said it is 'now time to rock and roll' after being released after 41 years. Hinckley Jr, who tried to kill the president in a bizarre attempt to impress Jodie Foster, continued to promote his upcoming music tour this week. The 67-year-old also thanked his fans on Twitter for backing him and buying tickets for his sell out 'Redemption' tour next month. Hinckley Jr, who spent decades in a mental institution for the attempted murder, was granted unconditional release by a federal judge on Wednesday. From June 15 the convicted felon turned musical artist will no longer be held to his remaining court-imposed restrictions and will be a free man. The aspiring artist, who plays guitar and sings, has been uploading his music to YouTube and has amassed about 27,000 subscribers U.S. Marshalls escort John Hinckley Jr. (pictured center) as he returns to a marine base via helicopter in Quantico, Va. on Aug. 8, 1981  RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Democrats invite girl, 11, who smeared herself in blood...
    BRUTAL Russian leader Vladimir Putin intended the invasion of Ukraine to be a 100-hour war. But yesterday we passed the grim milestone of 100 days — and we’re still counting. 4Putin hoped the war in Ukraine would be over in 100 hours, now it is 100 days in Putin wanted to recreate the first Gulf War — Desert Storm — when Western forces defeated Iraq in only 100 hours. That operation, which saw US President George Bush Snr drive Saddam Hussein out of neighbouring Kuwait in three-and-a-half days, went down in military history. I am convinced the idea of a 100-hour war appealed to Putin’s vanity. His idea was to invade next-door neighbour Ukraine on February 24 and grab control so quickly that nobody would react. But after 100 days of bloodshed, Putin’s “master stroke” plan is in tatters. Because Ukraine has refused to roll over, Russia is reacting like all playground bullies. READ MORE UKRAINE'VICTORY WILL BE OURS' Ukraine will crush Putin's invading forces & win war, vows ZelenskyBEAUTIFUL DAY Bono performs surprise concert in Kyiv metro in support...
    LThe foundation of artificial intelligence (AI) was laid half a century ago, and medicine has been an important field of experimentation from the very beginning. The first artificial neural network was proposed in 1958. Inspired by the function of the brain, this algorithm connects mathematical functions or “neurons” to each other. Each neuron assigns a value depending on the size of its multiple inputs. When delivering data, the network adjusts the importance given to each neuron to deliver the solution. By multiplying the number of examples, the algorithm provides the correct answers to the new situation: it learns. This work has been in the laboratory phase for a long time, but recently things have changed, allowing access networks for large databases to be trained, with high-performance algorithms and enhanced computers repairing millions of neurons. If AI classifies images of objects or animals more reliably, it is possible to detect lesions in medical images. Based on the current results, AI’s ability to detect subtle pathological phenomena (classification of skin tumors) or their evolution (modification of lesion size), without fatigue, will reach...
    President Joe Biden announced on Monday that the U.S. will not be giving Ukraine long-range missiles that can reach into Russia after Moscow warned that such a move would cross a red line. Kyiv has repeatedly requested U.S. Multiple Launch Rocket Systems (MLRS) that can fire missiles hundreds of miles as it fights for control of its eastern Donbas region. Last week, reports surfaced that the weapons could be part of the next package of aid, expected to be announced this week. But Biden dashed Ukrainian hopes as he returned to the White House after a weekend away. 'We are not going to send to Ukraine rocket systems that strike into Russia,' he told reporters.  Ukraine has already deployed dozens of U.S.-made M109 self-propelled howitzers which provide long-range artillery fire power, as the conflict morphs into a tactical battle over distance.  President Joe Biden arrived back at the White House on Monday morning and told reporters that the U.S. will not be sending Ukraine rocket systems that can strike into Russia Ukraine has been demanding Multiple Launch Rocket Systems -...