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    A NEW mum was forced to have her hand amputated after a catheter fell out of her hand. Gleice Kelly Gomes Silva gave birth to a healthy baby, but suffered from internal bleeding afterwards. 3Gleice Kelly Gomes Silva gave birth to a healthy baby but had to be treated for internal bleeding afterwardsCredit: Jam Press 3The mum had a catheter fitted in her hand, but it fell out when medics were trying to stop her from bleeding outCredit: Jam Press 3After it came out, her hand swelled up (as above) and medics had to amputate itCredit: Jam Press In order to provide medication to the mum, medics fitted her hand with a catheter. But, according to Gleice Kelly’s lawyer, the catheter came out and her hand began to swell up, causing it to need to be removed. The mum was 39 weeks pregnant when she was admitted to the Hospital da Mulher Intermédica Jacarepaguá in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, on 9 October last year. The family’s lawyer Monalisa Gagno claimed: “Gleice Kelly went on the delivery table to give birth...
    AS much as we love the festive season, the colder months also arrive with another guest - condensation. Although in small amounts these water droplets are not harmful, in the long run they can cause a wide range of issues, such as mould. But fortunately, there is an easy hack to banish it - and it will cost you just 5p. 1Nadia gave the hack a go after a follower had recommended the salt methodCredit: TikTok/@naziaxhome The trick, shared by Nazia X Home (@naziaxhome), has since gone viral on TikTok and has even been branded a ''game-changer''. According to Nadia, who was recommended the hack by a follower, the answer is quite simple - salt. Sharing the amazing results online, the cleaning enthusiast claimed she had placed a bowl of salt on the windowsill and let it do its magic overnight. The following morning, she showed in the video, the common mineral had absorbed almost all condensation from the window. The remaining droplets Nadia then simply wiped off with a cloth. Explaining the method to her fans, Nadia said there...
    Drew Angerer/Getty Images Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA) was full of swagger in an interview with The New York Times, boldly predicting that if the Republican Party wins back the majority in the House in the midterm elections, she’d have “a lot of power” — even going so far as to say that if that didn’t happen, the Republican base would wreak vengeance upon Republican House Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-CA). Greene spoke with the Times‘ Robert Draper multiple times over recent months and their conversations were collected in a long article published in the New York Times Magazine Monday morning, titled “The Problem of Marjorie Taylor Greene.” The first-term Georgia congresswoman was stripped of all her committee assignments after a series of abhorrent comments and threats and has been nearly completely ineffective as a legislator, sponsoring only a handful of bills, none of which have become law. But the blunt reality is that Greene’s re-election bid against Democrat Marcus Flowers has a massive, likely insurmountable advantage: it’s one of the deepest-red districts in the country. Georgia’s 14th congressional district voted...
    Former Rep. Tulsi Gabbard has warned of the 'imminent threat' of nuclear war, and brought up those dangers when asked about her political future after announcing she is leaving the Democratic Party. She accused the media of downplaying the nuclear threat, at a time when U.S officials have blasted Russian President Vladimir Putin for nuclear saber rattling amid his battlefield losses in Ukraine. She made the comments a day after announcing she will leave her former party, having run for president as a Democrat and represented Hawaii in Congress, while also distancing herself from her party during frequent media appearances on Fox news.  'If we continue down this path that we have seen, where we have seen this war continue to escalate since the invasion happened? We will end up in World War III and a nuclear holocaust,' Gabbard told podcaster Joe Rogan.   Former Rep. Tulsi Gabbard warned if the the U.S. and Russia stay on their current path, 'we will end up in World War III.' She spoke at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) in February Rogan asked...
    DEAR HARRIETTE: I never taught my son how to manage money. Now he is away at college, and it seems like he is always asking me to add money into his bank account. I see that he is not buying anything extravagant — mainly he buys snacks and things for school — but I cannot afford to be his ATM. Plus, he needs to learn how to manage what he’s got. I’m sure he is going to be mad when I tell him I am going to limit how much I give him per month, but I have to do it. What should I say? Creating a Budget DEAR CREATING A BUDGET: The greatest gift you can give your son is to teach him how to manage the money he has. If you just continue to give him whatever he requests, he will never learn to be responsible with money. Decide how much you can afford to give him per month. Tell him what your plan is and that he will have to make that money stretch or find a...
    Experts have warned that Joe Biden's deal to give rail workers a pay increase to avoid major shutdowns on Friday could lead to more large settlements in the future.  The Biden administration reached a tentative deal on Thursday to raise rail employees' salaries by 24 percent, but labor experts say the deal could serve as a measure of success for future strikers.  'This is a very, very contentious time,' Michael Lotito, co-chairman of the Workplace Policy Institute at Littler, told the Wall Street Journal. 'I think that is going to embolden unions to ask for more.' The prediction comes as Cornell University's School of Industrial and Labor Relations (ILR) reported that the number of strikers in the US has tripled to 78,000 in the first-half of 2022 compared to the same period last year.  Michael Lotito (left), co-chairman of the Workplace Policy Institute at Littler, warned that Joe Biden's deal to raise rail employees' salaries by 24 percent to avoid a shutdown could be used as a measure of success by future strikers  In the first half of 2022, there have been 180...
    Alabama Crimson Tide star linebacker Will Anderson wreaked havoc against Utah State on Sept. 3. With the college football season beginning, not only fans be watching their favorite schools, but also scout some of the talent eligible for the upcoming NFL Draft. An easy place to look is on the Alabama Crimson Tide. While eyes will be on quarterback Bryce Young, they are also on linebacker Will Anderson Jr. Alabama opened up their season against the Utah State Aggies, and it was an easy night at the office that is Bryant-Denny Stadium. Anderson made the impact of all impacts, as he completely stuffed running back Pailate Makakona. WILL ANDERSON!!! Best defensive player in the nation! #RollTide pic.twitter.com/IRHJaz0dQF — Follow @FTBeard7 (@FTBeard7) September 4, 2022 Alabama football: Will Anderson wreaks havoc against Utah State Leaving Anderson unblocked at the line of scrimmage — not the best of ideas. He is considered to be one of the top overall prospects in the 2023 draft class, after all. Last year, Anderson recorded 101 total tackles (31 for loss), 17.5 sacks, and three defended...
    You may not have heard of her yet but Morfydd Clark looks set to soon become a household name - although she has admitted the jury is still out on whether this will be for good or bad reasons. The actress, 33, from Penarth, appeared in psychological horror Saint Maud and as Sister Clara in His Dark Materials but fantasy lovers are on the edge of their seats waiting to see her latest performance in the $1billion Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power. Clark plays JRR Tolkien's top elf in the Amazon prequel series, Galadriel, who was played by Cate Blanchett in the original Peter Jackson trilogy. When first cast in the part, Clark - who grew up helping lambs give birth in Wales - admitted she fainted, and has confessed the role will either make her 'famous or infamous'.  You may not have heard of her yet but Morfydd Clark (pictured) looks set to soon become a household name - although she has admitted the jury is still out on whether this will be for good or bad...
    Tiwian Kendley has plenty of memories of his time with the Morgan State men’s basketball program. There was his 40-point, 10-rebound performance in an 85-82 double overtime win against Manhattan on Dec. 7, 2016, that made him only the fourth player in school history to touch the 40-point benchmark. Kendley one-upped himself with a stat line of 41 points, six rebounds, five assists and two steals in a 96-95 overtime loss to Bethune-Cookman on Feb. 19, 2018. In addition to dropping 30 points or more seven times, he also recorded a putback dunk when he took off from the wing in front of the Bears bench, grabbed a rebound in mid-air, and put it down for two of his 26 points in a 78-72 loss against Towson on Nov. 15, 2016. But the one play that stood out to Kendley was a thunderous windmill dunk in a 61-47 victory over Delaware State on Jan. 23, 2018, in which he took off just two steps inside the free-throw line before hammering home the ball. “I didn’t even know I was going...
    A SPERM donor dad of twenty kids is going on a baby-making tour to give single women instant "DIY samples". Adam Hooper will be offering ovulating women desperate to get pregnant his sperm in a cup. 4Adam Hooper is going on a sperm donor 'DIY tour' around AustraliaCredit: Caters 4The prolific breeder has 20 children that were donor-conceivedCredit: Caters The 37-year-old hopes his "DIY tour" brings together women in similar situations. It's understood many are keen to meet the prolific breeder as hospital clinics run low on sperm samples due to two years of Covid restrictions. Ingrid Stefaniw, from Brisbane, Australia, is now 12 weeks pregnant with Hooper's baby after she spent £7,500 on IVF treatment which was unsuccessful. She contacted Hooper through the Facebook page Sperm Donation Australia, according to the Courier Mail. The page has more than 1,500 members and aims to pair them with potential sperm donors. Ingrid flew to Perth to collect to the other side of country to collect Hooper's sperm and was delighted to know her child will be able to contact him before...
    "We have this abortion activist acting as a doctor with a history of failing to report," Rokita said. "So, we’re gathering the evidence as we speak, and we’re going to fight this to the end, including looking at [Bernard’s] licensure if she failed to report. In Indiana it’s a crime to intentionally not report. "This is a child, and there’s a strong public interest in understanding if someone under the age of 16 or under the age of 18 or really any woman is having an abortion in our state," he added. "And then if a child is being sexually abused, of course parents need to know, authorities need to know, public policy experts need to know. We all need to know as citizens in a free republic so we can stop this." Rotika went on to blast Bernard and the media for allegedly having "politicized" the tragic story "for the gain of killing more babies." "They were right there jumping in on all this, thinking that it was gonna be great for their abortionist movement when this girl...
    Comedian Bob Saget spoke candidly about his struggles with depression in an interview just eight months before he died. The actor, known for his role as Danny Tanner in the ABC show Full House, told Radio Rahim in May 2021 how he had a big ego as he rose to fame - but it was really a façade to mask his feelings of depression. 'I would have been medicated in today's world in my 20s for extreme depression - like carrying it around all the time,' he told Rahim's Til This Day podcast in an episode that first premiered Wednesday. 'I would also act out and I had a very bad temper and I would yell - I never hit anybody, but I would yell,' Saget admitted. 'It was upsetting to do that. 'And I would do that in relationships, I would do it with my ex-wife, I did it in almost every relationship I've been in,' he said, adding: 'Sometimes, alcohol would add to that.' The only thing that kept him going at that time, Saget told Rahim, was...
    EDEN HAZARD has vowed to "give it his all" for Real Madrid next year after an injury-plagued three seasons at the Bernabeu. The 31-year-old has struggled to settle since his mega-money transfer from Chelsea in 2019. 2Eden Hazard promised Real Madrid fans they will finally see the best of him next season 2The winger spoke to fans after Real Madrid won a record-extending 14th Champions League titleCredit: Getty Hazard has even been linked with a return to Stamford Bridge after reports claimed Real Madrid were open to selling the Belgian star. Money-bags Newcastle were also rumoured to be keen on a move for the winger. But after starting just seven games in LaLiga this season, Hazard has promised Real fans he will finally be back to his best next term. He made the vow at Real Madrid's Champions League trophy parade in front of thousands of jubilant fans. Read More In FootballFree bets! The best free bets and sign up offers available from our bookmaker partners FANDEMONIUM Gareth Bale receives standing ovation from jubilant Real...
    Co-host Joy Behar interrupted Goldberg's rant and said that Americans need to stop voting for Republicans altogether. But Goldberg actually pushed back, saying Americans should not stop voting for the GOP, but that they need to elect "better Republicans." So what is a "better Republican"? According to Goldberg, they are politicians who support outlawing AR-15 rifles. "Get people who are going to look and say, 'OK, we don’t have to have AR-15s, but I want to keep my shotgun because I still hunt. OK. You can have your shotgun, but you can’t have your AR-15. If you are going to get all in my business and tell me what my family can and cannot do, neither can you," she said. "They’re going to come for those AR-15s and you better get ready to give them up because this is America," she warned. "We were supposed to be able to do things and be the people we wanted to be, and now we are in a crazy place." After invoking the Sandy Hook tragedy, Goldberg declared that it is time...
    MIAMI (CBSMiami) – A man who spent three decades in prison for a murder he has always denied he committed, will soon go free. On Wednesday, prosecutors will ask a court to throw out the conviction of Thomas Raynard James, who was found guilty in 1991 for the robbery and shooting death of Francis McKinnon in a Coconut Grove apartment. READ MORE: Astronaut On Historic Mission On Her Way To International Space StationMiami-Dade State Attorney Katherine Fernandez Rundle said she met with James’ defense team who were completely dedicated to proving his innocence. “They never stopped believing in his innocence. For family members of Mr. James, for the next of kin for Francis Mckinnon, the victim, this is both a day of joy and a day of sadness. For the James family, this has been a day long in coming,” said Fernandez Rundle. Thomas Raynard James at State Attorney’s Office news conference on April 27, 2022. (CBS4) James’ case came to light after a GQ magazine investigation found that investigators confused James with another man...
    MIAMI (CBSMiami) – A man who spent three decades in prison for a murder he has always denied he committed, could soon go free. On Wednesday, prosecutors will ask a court to throw out the conviction of Thomas Raynard James, who was found guilty in 1991 for the robbery and shooting death of Francis McKinnon in a Coconut Grove apartment, according to CBS4 news partner The Miami Herald. READ MORE: Astronaut On Historic Mission On Her Way To International Space Station Thomas Raynard James at State Attorney’s Office news conference on April 27, 2022. (CBS4) James’ case came to light after a GQ magazine investigation found that investigators confused James with another man who shared the same name. The Miami-Dade State Attorney’s Office Justice Project spent a year reviewing the case, going over documents, and re-interviewing witnesses. READ MORE: Defense Deadline For Arguments On Return Of Dismissed Potential Jurors In Parkland Gunman Nikolas Cruz Penalty TrialThe decision to reverse the conviction came after a primary eyewitness at the time said they were wrong in identifying James...
    The expressed purpose of such releases is “to lower prices for Americans” at the gas pump, according to the White House. However Stewart Glickman, an energy analyst at CFRA Research, told NBC News any price improvements related to the release are negligible at best. “It might give you a little bit of short-term relief in the same way that taking some Advil will give you temporary relief from a headache,” he explained. “But the root cause of the headache is probably still going to be there, and that’s going to be sticking around long after the medicine’s worn off.” Goldman Sachs analysts, meanwhile, described last November's release as but a mere "drop in the ocean." The biggest factor mitigating the positive impact the petroleum release will have on gas prices is that 1 million barrels is only a small fraction of daily U.S. oil consumption. According to the Energy Information Administration, the U.S. used approximately 20 million barrels of oil per day last year.
    Nearly two months after Jimmy Gaorppolo seemingly bid farewell to his 49ers’ tenure, he remains on the roster, and general manager John Lynch seems fine with that. Garoppolo’s shoulder surgery thwarted any trade talks to move him off the roster while quarterback vacancies filled up around the league this month, Lynch confirmed Monday at the NFL owners’ meetings in South Beach, Fla. “There were a ton of conversations and I think there was real good momentum,” Lynch said, according to NBC Sports Bay Area’s Matt Maiocco. “Then, the decision that was made for Jimmy to have surgery certainly caused a lot of teams to pause and at least slow down the process to do their due diligence. “The quarterback musical chairs is going on, and all along we understood that we really value Jimmy and never were we just going to give him away.” Related Articles Deshaun Watson sideshow in Cleveland illustrates why it’s nice to have Raiders’ Carr, 49ers’ Garoppolo as a QB Why are Joe Buck and Al Michaels getting huge new contracts? They can...
    CHICAGO (WLS) -- Samantha Jones, 18 years old, has been reaching new heights at Olive-Harvey College.She's a first-year star scholar leaving her mark on the Panthers volleyball program."I wanted to step up in a leadership role. And I challenged myself and we were able to come together and make our season really, really great," Jones said.The team's assistant coach said Jones is a natural leader."As a coach, the hardest thing to teach is leadership," said Julisa Viramontes, the team's assistant coach. "Sam has that coming out of her pores. That, every team needs."The Englewood native started playing volleyball as a family hobby, but it quickly became her passion. She started working hard on and off the court to turn it into opportunity."I just worked hard, I was going to give up but I didn't. I was able to pay for my own AAU team my senior year. When the pandemic hit, a lot of people quit athletics, but I was in the gym the whole time because I knew I couldn't pay for college," Jones said.Now, Jones said, she wants...
    He added, "It’s never too late. As long as you’re breathing you have an opportunity to redeem yourself." FATHER STU - Official Trailer (HD) www.youtube.com What else? Wahlberg also recently told Fox News' Raymond Arroyo that the film was a "journey towards faith." "These movies are not easy to get made," Wahlberg told Arroyo, adding that the forthcoming film is "probably the most unpredictable movie ever." "What did you see of yourself when you first read this script and first came across the story?" Arroyo asked the longtime actor. Wahlberg responded, "So many things. Obviously, my past, but also my present. And my looking for my purpose ... God has continued to bless me and put me in this situation, not to continue to grow and work on Mark Wahlberg, the person, but to do His work and give me ... the skills and the tools to go out there and articulate the message that he wants me to." "[Father Stu] was a guy who was really lost,...
    A female masseuse has revealed how she was booked to give a naked massage to Prince Andrew in Buckingham Palace by convicted sex trafficker Ghislaine Maxwell. Monique Giannelloni told MailOnline that the massage for the royal was arranged in June 2000 after she had massaged Maxwell on two occasions at her London home with paedophile Jeffrey Epstein also present. Ms Giannelloni, who was a member of the British Register of Complementary Practitioners, was working at a clinic in Kensington and doing home visits at the time of the royal encounter on June 30, 2000 and counted Maxwell among her clients. After one appointment, Maxwell, who was last month convicted of procuring young girls for paedophile Epstein, told her: 'I am going to introduce you to someone more famous than God.' She had been to the socialite's Belgravia home on two occasions and given her a massage upstairs as 67-year-old Epstein looked on. She said initially she had never heard of Maxwell, who asked her when they met: 'Don't you know who I am darling? You should read the tabloids I...
    CHICAGO (CBS) — For more than a decade, the Bears have watched the Packers dominate the NFC North, but new general manager Ryan Poles and head coach Matt Eberflus are confident they can quickly change that narrative as they take command at Halas Hall. “We’re going to take the North and never give it back,” Poles declared at the pair’s introductory press conference on Monday. READ MORE: Chicago Weather Alert: Winter Storm Watch Taking Effect Tuesday Night; 6+ Inches Of Snow Possible By ThursdayPoles, hired last week to replace Ryan Pace as the team’s general manager, takes over after a 6-11 season for the Bears, their first losing season since 2017. He said one of his first tasks in taking the helm is evaluating the team’s strengths and weaknesses, and being aggressive about fixing what’s broken. “We’re going to have a relentless approach to fix our weakness. We’re going to maintain great self-awareness of who we are. We’re going to solve problems with open communication and candor. And we’re going to consistently put players in position to succeed. And the...
    A Black woman in line for a Trump rally criticized President Joe Biden’s pledge to nominate a Black woman to the Supreme Court, and said God will “give us back his man Trump” as president. Supporters of former President Donald Trump lined up in droves Saturday morning for this evening’s rally in Conroe, Texas, and the pro-Trump Right Side Broadcasting Network was on hand to interview Trump fans as they waited. One woman, identified only as a “first-timer,” criticized Biden’s promise, and joked that she should be Justice Stephen Breyer’s successor. I qualify! Huh? I’m a woman. I’m Black. If that’s the criteria… Am I right? Hu? I’m qualified! Saying it don’t make no difference, the SCOTUS, when they went to school and what they learned, you know what I’m saying, and how intelligent they are, or any of that? That ain’t got nothing to do with it as far as Biden is concerned. OK, that ain’t got nothing to do with it. All right. All you got to do is be Black and a woman, and that fool is...
    Senate Republican Leader Mitch McConnellAddison (Mitch) Mitchell McConnellSchumer vows to vote on Biden Supreme Court pick with 'all deliberate speed' It's time for 'Uncle Joe' to take off the gloves against Manchin and Sinema Democrats should ignore Senators Manchin and Sinema MORE (Ky.), who famously refused to give the last Democratic Supreme Court nominee a Senate hearing or vote, on Thursday said he’s ready to give President BidenJoe BidenNorth Korea conducts potential 6th missile test in a month Clyburn predicts Supreme Court contender J. Michelle Childs would get GOP votes Overnight Defense & National Security — US delivers written response to Russia MORE’s pick to the high court “a fair look.”   While some conservatives are already taking shots at Biden for pledging to consider only a Black woman to replace retiring liberal Justice Stephen BreyerStephen BreyerProgressives see Breyer retirement as cold comfort Briefing in brief: Biden committed to naming Black woman to Supreme Court The names to know as Biden mulls Breyer's replacement MORE, McConnell is keeping his powder dry until the nominee is known.   “I’m going to...
    Dear Amy: I have noticed in many responses about COVID-19, you and many others have said things like, “When this is over, we can get together” or, “When we reach the end of the virus, life will return to normal.” Amy Dickinson  In my mind we are now two years into what was supposed to last for 14 days. When is everyone going to realize that this virus is never going away?! For me, with the exception of work, I’m completely isolated from the world —  except for the internet. I would love to get out like I did prior to the pandemic, but I don’t see this ever ending. Why keep people’s hopes up and not prepare them for what could be forever? Over it and Hopeless Dear Hopeless: As of this writing, we are experiencing an alarming surge in hospitalizations, as the pandemic stretches into its third year. Related Articles Ask Amy: Why must they be so judgmental about my fiancé? Ask Amy: I don’t want to display their gift. How do I say...
    Alec Baldwin denied any suggestion that he is not cooperating with law enforcement investigating the fatal Rust film set shooting, calling it “bullshit” and “a lie.” Baldwin posted a video on Instagram following reports that his cellphone had not yet been turned over to officials investigating the Rust shooting, in which cinematographer Halyna Hutchins was killed. According to the New York Times, authorities in Santa Fe, New Mexico — where the shooting occurred — obtained a search warrant three weeks ago. “Any suggestion that I am not complying with requests or orders or demands or search warrants about my phone, that’s bullshit, that’s a lie,” Baldwin said, adding that the process “takes time” and has to be coordinated between officials where he lives and officials in Santa Fe. “Someone from another state can’t come to you and say give me your phone, give me this, give me that — they can’t do that,” Baldwin said, later adding, “They have to specify what exactly they want. They can’t just go through your phone and take your photos, or your love letters to your wife.” Baldwin went on to...
    Football is climbing the league table of popular US sports and has now overtaken ice hockey in fourth place and is homing in on baseball in third. The bumper £2billion deal the Premier League struck with NBC after a battle among American broadcasters this month reflects the growing popularity of the sport. The English top flight doubled its money when the channel renewed its contract and committed to show 380 games for six seasons on its cable and digital channels. The most-watched Premier League match stateside was Manchester United's 2-0 win over Manchester City in March 2020, when 1.76million saw the game live on American television And an analysis by Sportsmail shows that Association Football - known as soccer in the US - has now overhauled ice hockey and sits behind baseball, basketball and American football in the top five US sports. 'Today soccer is the fourth sport in the US in terms of popularity. Football is now just ahead of ice hockey. It follows a tremendous growth in popularity of football,' said Pierre Maes, a sports media strategist. 'This...
    A Georgia police officer testified on Friday that he was going to give Ahmad Arbery a warning for trespassing in the unfinished property he was seen running from before he was fatally shot last year while jogging. Glynn County Police Officer Robert Rash said he was looking for Arbery after the owner of the unfinished home shared security camera footage of him entering the home five times between October 2019 and Feb. 23, 2020, when he was shot, The Associated Press reported. Rash said that when people trespass, which in Georgia is a misdemeanor, he tells them that the homeowner does not want them there.  “Once we make contact with the person on the property, we explain to them the homeowner does not want them there, they have no legal reason to be there,” Rash said, according to the AP. “I explain to that person, if you ever come back onto this property for any reason, you will be arrested.”  However, Arbery was killed before Rash was able to find him. Three men, Gregory McMichael, Travis McMichael and William “Roddie”...
    FRESNO, Calif. -- A Northern California couple has a unique way to remember the arrival of their newborn baby.That's because the birth was recorded on their Ring camera.The Johnsons couldn't wait to meet Baby Thomas, and apparently, neither could he!Emily Johnson says she started experiencing contractions a week early. She thought she had plenty of time to get to the hospital because the contractions were happening 10 minutes apart.RELATED: Woman goes into labor while taking bar examEMBED More News Videos Brianna Hill knew she would be pregnant during her bar exam, but she wasn't expecting a huge curveball in timing due to COVID-19. But that quickly changed, and by the time they got to the car, Emily realized Thomas wasn't going to wait.She laid on the grass and decided to let nature take its course.Emily's mother helped her welcome Thomas into the world while paramedics made their way to the house."I just laid back in the grass and took a nice deep breath, (and then) already he's here I can relax. He's fine, but man, do I never want to...
    Parents in multiple Alabama school districts have been warned to give their children breakfast and sent them to school with snacks because supply chain shortages have badly-affected food deliveries.   District leaders are asking parents to feed their own kids and pack snacks before sending them to class as employees work around-the-clock to keep pantries stocked. The situation is so dire in the state’s Dothan City Schools district that officials are mulling switching to virtual learning for part of the week to ‘alleviate the stress of our food supplies.’ It's not a problem unique to Alabama as supply and labor shortages cripple cafeterias throughout the nation.  A principal in Philadelphia ordered 400 pizzas for her elementary students who otherwise would have gone hungry when a scheduled food order went undelivered last month. In other states, school staffers have resorted to doing their own grocery shopping for students. 'Essentially what we have here is a perfect storm,' Stacy Koppen, nutrition services director for Minnesota's St. Paul Public Schools district, told KSTP.com.  'We have a shortage of raw gradients, we have a shortage...
    George and Amal Clooney attend the premiere of The Tender Bar in LA Saudi reforms won’t come at a cost to Abu Dhabi, ADGM CEO says © Provided by NBC Sports Replay Video SETTINGS OFF HD HQ SD LO Skip Ad Down by two with 59 seconds left in Sunday night’s game against the Buccaneers, the Patriots faced fourth-and-3 from the Tampa Bay 37. Quarterback Mac Jones‘ third-down pass had just been batted down by linebacker Lavonte David to set up a significant decision — would the Patriots go for it or attempt a 56-yard, go-ahead field goal? Of course, the Patriots sent out Nick Folk and he sent the kick off the left upright in the rain. That was it, as New England lost 19-17. In his postgame press conference, head coach Bill Belichick was asked if he gave any consideration to going for it on fourth down instead of attempting a field goal. “I mean, not really,” Belichick said. Nick Folk told reporters he had full confidence in his 56-yard attempt and had made it from 58...
    EXCLUSIVE: Republicans are schooling their staffers, operatives, consultants and activists as they aim to win back majorities in the House and Senate in the 2022 midterm elections.The Republican National Committee (RNC) and the National Republican Congressional Committee (NRCC), the reelection arm of the House GOP, are teaming up this year to hold five data and digital boot camps. The first two were held earlier this year in Southern California and Texas, with the third last week in Manchester, N.H. The gathering drew more than 40 state party leadership and staff, campaign staffers and operatives, data, political and digital operatives, and political consultants from across the Northeastern region. GOP REDISTRICTING GROUP NAMES CHRISTIE, POMPEO AS NATIONAL CO-CHAIRS RNC Deputy Chief Data Officer Justin Kemp told Fox News that the national party committee is "investing a ton in our data, digital and technology operations." "We want to make sure that our activists, our campaign managers, our consultants, everyone who’s in our ecosystem, have the skill and knowledge to make sure that they’re putting these tools and investments to use, maximizing it and making...
    On the morning of September 11, 2001, 19 Al-Qaeda terrorists successfully hijacked four California-bound planes, with the intention of crashing them into iconic buildings.  By 9.30am the World Trade Centre, one of New York City's most famous landmarks, had been hit, hundreds killed and many more trapped in the floors above. Flight 77 had been hijacked and was en route for the Pentagon; Flight 93 also had terrorists at the controls. Al-Qaeda's mission was going exactly to plan. 9.31am: Terrorist Ziad Jarrah is at the controls of Flight 93. He is out of breath after struggling with the pilots as he attempts to speak to the 33 passengers on board over the intercom, but as he is unfamiliar with the controls he inadvertently transmits his message to air traffic control instead: 'Ladies and Gentlemen.  Here the captain, please sit down keep remaining sitting. We have a bomb on board. So, sit.' But there is no bomb — his aim is to crash the plane on either the Capitol or the White House. Firefighters and emergency crews at the scene...
    MADISON, Wis. (AP) — University of Wisconsin System President Tommy Thompson pushed back Tuesday against Republican lawmakers who claim campuses need their permission to implement COVID-19 policies, insisting university leaders don’t need legislative approval to manage the system — a major break from his party’s stance against pandemic protocols. Thompson, a former GOP governor who served as health secretary under President George W. Bush, said he would not cede control of the system to fellow Republicans who run the Legislature. READ MORE: COVID In Minnesota: 3,838 New Cases, 8 More Deaths Reported In Last Day “I’m not going to be intimidated,” he told reporters during a briefing. “Even though I don’t want to pick a fight with the Legislature, I’m going to stand my ground. I’ve kept politics out of (running the system) and everyone agrees with that. I’m still a strong Republican. I just put my Republican bonafides aside when I run the university. I’ve got the right and the authority and the responsibility to do what’s necessary to keep the universities open.” Thompson has called for system campuses to hold...
    The morgue in the local hospital is full. New coronavirus cases are surging at such a fast rate the chart almost looks like a hockey stick. Josephine County, Oregon, is being ravaged by COVID-19, and its three County Commissioners aren't doing anything to stop it. "We are in a full-blown healthcare crisis in our community," Asante Three Rivers Medical Center CEO Win Howard told the county commissioners at a nearly three-hour meeting Tuesday, as Jefferson Public Radio's April Ehrlich reports. "I've never seen anything like this before." On July 29 the seven-day average of new coronavirus cases was 14 per day. It's now 117. On Wednesday, 141 new coronavirus cases were recorded for just that day. And the county is behind state and national averages for getting its residents vaccinated. For three hours medical professionals spoke with the Josephine County commissioners, who refused to take any action to stop the spread of the coronavirus, to educate or urge the local residents to get vaccinated, wear masks, and observe other evidence-based deterrents to the deadly virus. It's not just adults that...
    Joe Rogan blasted so-called ‘vaccine passports’ saying that requiring Americans to show proof of vaccination in order to gain entry into restaurants, airplanes, bars, and sporting events moves the country ‘one step closer’ to dictatorship. Rogan, whose podcast The Joe Rogan Experience is one of the most listened to on the internet, told his listeners on Friday that ‘the problem with applauding vaccine passports’ is that politicians ‘are not going to give that power up.’ His comments, which were broadcast on the Spotify streaming service, were praised by Donald Trump Jr, the former president’s eldest son, who tweeted: ‘Joe Rogan gets it.’ 'When you give people freedom, you let people do whatever the f*** they want to do, they actually find ways to succeed and grow and thrive,' Rogan said. 'But as soon as you put the boots to them, as soon as you tell them, "You have to do this, or you can't do that. You have to listen to me," now you have a mini dictator. Joe Rogan blasted so-called ‘vaccine passports’ saying that requiring Americans to...
    Updated 05/08/2021 – 14:24 Sandra Sanchez couldn’t contain her excitement. Had just proclaimed Olympic karate champion in the kata modality in Japan, the cradle of this sport, and before a Japanese. He had everything against him but he succeeded. It has been a metaphor for his life. Therefore I couldn’t stop crying for joy. “I don’t know how I am. Happy, excited, I want to laugh, I want to cry, jump, scream … There are so many emotions!”, She said with a broken voice. “I don’t believe it yet”, he added, putting his hands to his head. Before leaving, Jess del Moral, her coach and husband, reminded her that she could. “I felt calm, I trusted so much in the work that he has done with me … I knew that he had factors against it, that we are in Japan, that room in red is better than in blue, but I thought that if I went out and did the same. What can I do and I left my soul on the mat and I give my...
    Hajime Moriyasu, Japan Olympic Soccer Coach, recognized that its objective is win gold at the Games disputed in his country, although he also claimed the role of his own to date, whatever happens later, by ensuring that it is “important to assess” what they have done until the semifinals. “Our goal here is win gold and we hope to achieve that goal. If we reach the final we will make history, but it is also very important for the players to appreciate what we have done so far. We have to remember that we have to work as a team, “he said in a press conference in Saitama, on the eve of the semifinal against Spain. In case of victory, the Japanese will have reached the final of the Olympic football tournament for the first time in its history. Y Moriyasu he expects a complicated meeting, although he is confident in his possibilities.“It is going to be a tough game. We are excited to play against Spain. We know it will be a challenge. I would like us to be...
    Oli Scarff/AFP/Getty Images Canadian diver Pamela Ware scored a 0.0 with a feet-first dive in the Olympics. The failed dive knocked Ware out of competition for the Olympics final. In an emotional video, Ware said she made a mistake but would not give up. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Canadian diver Pamela Ware experienced a worst-case scenario for any diver at the Tokyo Olympics. Competing in the women's 3-meter springboard, Ware had a misstep on her approach that forced her to bail out of her dive and jump feet-first into the water. Worse, Ware was competing for the final. One TV announcer said during Ware's approach that Ware was attempting a dive with a 3.5 difficulty, the most difficult of the competition to that point. The other announcer said, "This dive could be spectacular!" As Ware left the board, she clearly did not have her rhythm down and instead attempted something akin to a backyard plunge. via NBC via NBC via NBC "That's what pressure can do," one of the announcers said, noting that Ware would...
    Enrique Cerezo, president of the Atlético de Madrid, went through the microphones of the program ‘How are you doing’, on Radio Colonia, in which he reviewed different issues of the rojiblanca news. Simeone “He can stay until he wants to leave. We are delighted with him, we hope he will continue for many years and with him we have achieved results.” Comparison with Marcelo Gallardo “I see similar the cycle of Simeone in Athletic with the one of Gallardo. Possibly they are similar, one knows that each life in soccer is different”. From Paul “De Paul is a great player, we are privileged to have him with us and I think he will give a lot to our club.” Omen “Aguero is one of the best players in the world. I always reproach him for not leaving here through the big door, he could have gone through the big door and not the small one because he is a very loved and admired player here.” Argentinians “I think that every club in Europe should have at least two Argentine...
    Welcome to the final episode of the week of “The David Hookstead Show.” On today’s episode, we’re talking about Simone Biles potentially saving Team USA, Ryan Tannehill’s comments about the vaccine essentially being forced on him, Aaron Rodgers rips Green Bay’s leadership in his first press conference back, the Big 12 is going to war with ESPN, Dabo Swinney doesn’t know where expansion will end, the NCAA won’t give Reggie Bush his Heisman back, college football is a month away and Kelly Clarkson has to pay her ex-husband a ton of money. TOPICS: Is Simone Biles Actually A Hero For Withdrawing? The Evidence Is Overwhelming Star Quarterback Says NFL Protocols Pretty Much Forced Him To Get Vaccinated Aaron Rodgers Goes Scorched Earth On The Packers In His First Press Conference Since Returning The Big 12 Is Preparing For War With ESPN For One Major Reason. What Is The Truth? Dabo Swinney Opens Up About Conference Expansion, And He Doesn’t Sound Very Happy The NCAA Makes Despicable Decision On If...
    07/27/2021 On at 18:26 CEST Enmanuel Reyes Pla, a boxer representing Spain at the Tokyo Olympics, is one step away from the medal. Reyes has managed to enter the quarterfinals after having defeated the current Olympic runner-up, the Kazakh Vassily Levit. After his victory, the boxer has spoken to COPE, where he has made it clear that he has come to “tear off heads“.” They said a typhoon was coming in today, right? Well, here is typhoon Enmanuel hitting“, that’s how it started. The interviewer asked him about the fight he had just played and Reyes acknowledged that “it was a technical fight in the first round”, but that as he knew his rival well, he was able to do what he had in mind: “He cut me off, but hey, it wasn’t a serious situation and we got out of that. We jumped suddenly and again to look for the points. There I was stranded”he continued. When asked about the next fight that would be against his compatriot, the...
    CHICAGO (CBS) — White Sox rookie sensation Yermin Mercedes is back in uniform for the Triple-A Charlotte Knights, less than a day after he said he had “walked away from baseball for a while,” and suggested he was retiring. Wednesday night, Mercedes posted an image on Instagram of the words “It’s over,” and wrote that he was stepping away from the game “for a while.” READ MORE: Over 25,000 Unemployment Claims Filed In Illinois Last Week Amid COVID-19 Pandemic By Thursday afternoon, it appeared he had changed his mind. According to multiple published reports, Mercedes was not only still on the team’s roster, but was in uniform for the Charlotte Knights for their game against the Durham Bulls. Mercedes has also removed his “It’s over” post from Instagram, and on Thursday posted an image of a phoenix, along with a lengthy post in Spanish, ending with a message in English, “God bless y’all???????? I love everybody I’m Back ⚾️” “I’m never going to give up,” he wrote, according to a translation of his Instagram post. “I lasted 10 years in...
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    TIGER King star Joe Exotic says he fears he will die in jail of cancer and accused prison doctors of "not giving a s**t". In an explosive interview with SunOnline, the former zookeeper slammed Fort Worth Medical Center alleging he has seen an "outrageous" number of "dead people wheeled out" of the facility. 5Tiger King star Joe Exotic says he fears he will die in prisonCredit: Splash 5The 58-year-old was handed a 22-year sentence in 2019Credit: AP He said jail doctors are "rude and don’t give a sh**", even though he needs specialist blood transfusions and even claimed they "just let you die". Exotic revealed earlier this year he had been diagnosed with prostate cancer and begged to be freed in order to get “proper medical care". The Netflix star - who is serving 22 years for a plot to hire a hitman to kill rival zookeeper Carole Baskin - has branded his medical treatment "pathetic" and says he wants to out the "truth". He told The Sun: "This is crazy how they put people in here and just let...
    Screenshot via ABC News. West Virginia Gov. Jim Justice (R) appeared on ABC News’ This Week with Martha Raddatz to talk about his state’s rollout of the Covid-19 vaccines, noting that while his state was among those offering lottery-type prizes to encourage vaccinations, he worried about the “death lottery” that still put the unvaccinated at risk. During the early phases of the vaccine rollout, West Virginia was one of the best — in February, they were second only to Alaska. Since then, unfortunately, the pace has lagged. As ABC News reported, only 56.1 % of West Virginian adults have received at least one dose of a Covid-18 vaccine, compared to nearly 67% nationally. The problem is worse with younger people. “We’re having a hard time getting them across the finish line and getting them vaccinated,” Justice told Raddatz about the “challenge” of convincing young people to get the shot. Justice acknowledged that there had been vaccine hesitancy in red states, “but they’re not thinking right.” “Do you really think those people who aren’t vaccinated — who as you said...
    EXPLAINER: 5 key takeaways from the June jobs report How to Invest: Use funds for instant diversification — but don’t pay an arm and a leg Reggie Bush wants his Heisman Trophy back. Chris Webber wants the Fab Five banners returned to Crisler Arena. College sports entered a brave new world with the implementation of Name, Image and Likeness (NIL) on Thursday, a venture that should push the student-athlete forward like never before. So, is it possible to reprint the past which was erased by NCAA violations at the time? ESPN analyst Jay Bilas supports the reinstatement of those awards and records. The gesture of reinstating records does not mean rules were not violated. It means the rules themselves were improper and illegal. The NCAA has been quick to punish for such things, it should be equally quick to admit its wrongs and correct them, and restore credibility. (2/2) — Jay Bilas (@JayBilas) July 2, 2021 Should they bring back the banners and give back those awards to restore the reputation of those athletes who received improper benefits...
    PAUL POGBA could reportedly have breached Uefa's Euros coronavirus rules by going into the stands to give away his shirt. The Manchester United midfielder was a standout in the 2018 World Cup winners' opening game of the delayed European Championship. 3Paul Pogba could reportedly have breached Uefa's coronavirus rules by going into the stands 3Paul Pogba pictured after the Germany game His sublime pass to Lucas Hernandez set up France's winning goal as Mats Hummels put into his own net. Pogba's performance alongside Chelsea's N'Golo Kante saw him pick up the man of the match award. The playmaker was so adulated he went into the stands and gave out his shirt in a heartfelt moment. But according to BeIN Sports, it could land him trouble with Uefa and leave him facing a probe. It was claimed on air that Pogba may have breached Covid-19 protocols by going into the stands. And,...
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