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    A BRIT holidaymaker had to pop her jaw back into place after it suddenly dislocated as she yawned at 40,000ft aboard a flight to Spain. Nottingham Trent Uni student Isabella Prusak-James, 21, was travelling on an EasyJet flight from London Luton to Malaga last week when her jaw dislocated. 4Isabella's jaw suddenly dislocated as she was 40,000ft aboard an easyJet flight to MalagaCredit: NNP 4Although painless, Isabella said her jaw began dislocating for no apparent reason when she was 18Credit: NNP In a video of the incident, Isabella has her jaw wide open as her mates try to click it back into place by putting pressure on her mouth with their fingers. Thanks to the crew, Isabella and a pal were taken to a private part at the back of the aircraft, where her friend attempted to push her jaw back in before brave Isabella finally managed to pop it back into place. Isabella, from St Albans, Hertfordshire, said: "It's the tenth time it has happened, the first time it popped out was when I was 18. "I still don't know what...
    Democrats are lashing out at Senator Ted Cruz after he suggested the Supreme Court should not have legalized gay marriage, which was passed under the same precedent that allowed Roe v. Wade to become law. Jennie Lou Leeder, who unsuccessfully ran for Congress in Texas in 2016, 2018 and 2020, told the Texas Republican to go back to where he came from. 'Such a disgrace to his adoptive state of Texas and our nation,' she wrote on Twitter. 'Ted Cruz needs to go back to his birth nation of Canada.' Others warned that his comment was proof that Republicans are planning to come after gay marriage after the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. wade last month – ending decades of precedent related to privacy from government. 'Ted Cruz is openly signaling that Republicans plan on going after Gay marriage next,' progressive congressional candidate for Minnesota's 4th district Amane Badhasso tweeted on Saturday. Cruz argued during his show Verdict that the Supreme Court should never have legalized gay marriage - branding the decision 'clearly wrong'. He discussed the 'vulnerability' of Obergefell...
    MADRID (AP) — Real Betis routed Osasuna 4-1 to stay within range of the final Champions League place in the Spanish league on Sunday. Juanmi scored twice and William Carvalho and Álex Moreno added a goal each for the hosts’ second victory in the last nine matches in all competitions. The result left Betis one point behind fourth-placed Barcelona. Barcelona met Sevilla at Camp Nou Stadium late Sunday. Ante Budimir scored for Osasuna, which won two of its previous three matches. ATHLETIC WINS AGAIN Athletic Bilbao ended a two-match winless streak with a 2-1 win over Elche to stay in eighth place, near the European spots. It was the fourth loss in five matches for Elche, which is six points above the drop zone. ___ More AP soccer: https://apnews.com/hub/soccer and https://twitter.com/AP_Sports Copyright © 2022 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, written or redistributed.
    A WOMAN who was left with a dislocated jaw after being hit in the face with a ball when she was a child has revealed that guys now don't want to date her. Chelsey Raubeson, who is from the US, posted a short clip to TikTok to share the sound her jaw makes after the unfortunate incident when she was younger. 2Chelsey Raubeson, who is from the US, posted a short clip to TikTok to share the sound her jaw makes after the unfortunate incident when she was youngerCredit: tiktok @lady_fake_chow 2Despite since having surgery to repair her jaw, it now makes a rather bizarre sound whenever she eats - something which she claims deters potential suitorsCredit: tiktok @lady_fake_chow Despite since having surgery to repair her jaw, it now makes a rather bizarre sound whenever she eats - something which she claims deters potential suiters. She explained: “POV: You dislocated your jaw in the 6th grade by getting hit in the face with a kickball. "Panicked that you couldn’t close your jaw so you punched yourself repeatedly...
    BALTIMORE (WJZ) — The Ravens entered the week second place in their division trailing only the Cincinnati Bengals. After a loss to the Jets today, the Bengals fell to second place in the AFC North. With a record of 5-2, they stand alone at the top of the division. Since this is their bye week, they’ll get back to practice tomorrow. The Ravens will look to stay in first place as they host the Minnesota Vikings on Nov. 7. Ravens entered their bye week in second place in the AFC North. They get back to work tomorrow in first place after Bengals loss to the Jets. Bengals host Browns next week.Ravens: 5-2Bengals: 5-3Steelers: 4-3Browns: 4-4 — Jeff Zrebiec (@jeffzrebiec) October 31, 2021
    Earth's hard outer shell 'wobbles' over the eons have occurred to an extent much greater than previously thought, according to a new report.  Researchers led by geologist Joe Kirschvink at Tokyo University's Earth-Life Science Institute (ELSI) found evidence in Italy that the Earth's crust tilted 12 degrees south about 84 million years ago. That might not seem like a lot but it would have been more than than 1,000 miles, enough to push New York City to where Tampa, Florida, is now. 'Imagine looking at Earth from space,' Kirschvink said in a release. 'True polar wander would look like the Earth tipping on its side, and what's actually happening is that the whole rocky shell of the planet — the solid mantle and crust — is rotating around the liquid outer core.' Kirschvink and his team analyzed paleomagnetic data from pink Scaglia Rossa limestone found in Central Italy's Apennine Mountains, which was created in the Cretaceous period, between 145.5 and 65.5 million years ago, when T. rex roamed the planet.  The region crosses the boundary of a major geomagnetic reversal,...
    A week after search teams gave up on finding a New Zealand family who appeared to vanish into thin air from an isolated coastal community this month, the man and his three young children suddenly reappeared Thursday, leaving police baffled about the “17 days of hell” the family spent in the wilderness. “Most of us thought we would never see this,” Waitomo District Mayor John Robertson told New Zealand’s Newstalk ZB. “Three weeks is a lot of time for kids to be with him and survive all that,” said Robertson, who had been involved in search efforts for Thomas Phillips and his three young children. Phillips disappeared from Kiritehere Beach on Sept. 11 along with his three kids: 8-year-old Jayda Jin, 6-year-old Maverick, and 5-year-old Ember. The disappearance almost immediately took on an ominous tone after Phillips’ vehicle was found vacant and parked on the beach, below the tideline and facing out to sea with the keys left under the driver’s mat. Hundreds of local residents, volunteers, and police officers immediately threw themselves into searching for the family, scouring Kiritehere...
    Notre Dame quarterback Jack Coan showed just how tough he was during the final moments of the team’s close victory over Toledo on Saturday. With 1:13 to go in the game, the Fighting Irish were down 29-24 and Coan was getting his finger popped back into place by a trainer. He then rushed back to the huddle appearing to be just fine and he threw the game-winning touchdown pass to tight end Michael Mayer. CLICK HERE FOR MORE SPORTS COVERAGE ON FOXNEWS.COM Mayer scored and the crowd went wild. Notre Dame won the game 32-29. Coan finished the game 21-for-33 with 239 passing yards and two touchdown passes. Notre Dame running back Kyren Williams rushed for 78 yards on 16 carries. Mayer finished with seven catches for 81 yards and two touchdowns. Chris Tyree had two catches for 63 yards and one touchdown. MIAMI FANS RESCUE DANGLING CAT IN HEART-WRENCHING MOMENT Toledo quarterback Carter Bradley was 17-for-27 with 213 passing yards. Devin Maddox had nine catches for 135 yards. Bryant Koback rushed for 122 yards on 21 carries and had...
    From Bachelor to Ballroom! Matt James Joins Season 30 of DWTS As smaller-company stocks wobble, this investor is finding winners in overlooked places It’s Sept. 1, folks. We have one month (and a few bonus October days) left in the 2021 season. Will the teams that caught fire in August keep it up? Will the teams that struggled through the month find a way to recenter and turn around their season?  Will Mets fans look at this season as a thumbs up or thumbs down?  Let’s look at how things stand heading into September.  MORE: Braves’ Ron Washington is a master of the fungo: "He's the GOAT" 30. Orioles (Aug. 2 ranking: 23). The Orioles beat the Yankees, 7-1, on Aug. 2. Since then, they’re 2-23. Yep, that’s last-place stuff. Fun fact, though: The two wins came on back-to-back days, by a combined score of 23-7 against the Angels. 29. Diamondbacks (30). Ketel Marte returned after missing all of July and he’s batting .345 on the season. 28. Rangers (29). Second-worst record in the AL, but a combined 8-6 against Boston and Toronto....
    A cyclist was injured after running a red light and slamming into the back of a Jeep in Morris County Tuesday morning, police said.  The cyclist ran the red light at the intersection of Speedwell Avenue and Franklin Place in Morris Plains around 7 a.m., local police said. The cyclist then struck the back right side of a Jeep that was turning right onto Franklin Place from Speedwell Avenue, police said. “While we always remind motorists to use extra caution, especially in our populated ‘Downtown’ area, we would also like to take this opportunity to remind cyclists and pedestrians that they are required to follow all traffic laws, especially at signals controlling intersections,” Morris Plains police said.
    Dak Prescott is carted off the field after sustaining a leg injury against the New York Giants during the third quarter at AT&T Stadium on October 11, 2020 in Arlington, Texas. Tom Pennington/Getty Images Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott suffered a season-ending ankle injury in Week 5 of last year. Prescott was seen grabbing his ankle and hitting against the ground after the injury. He said he tried to reset so he could get up and walk off the field. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Dak Prescott suffered a season-ending ankle injury last season but wasn't afraid to try and pop it back into place so he could get up.  The Dallas Cowboys quarterback said he tried to "reset" his ankle himself after falling on it awkwardly during a Week-5 game against the New York Giants. The comments came during an interview on ESPN's "Up Close with Sage Steele."—Sage Steele (@sagesteele) June 30, 2021  Prescott was seen grabbing his ankle and hitting it against the ground after the injury to get up off the field under his...
    By Andrew Dalton | Associated Press LOS ANGELES — In the strongest sign yet that life is left in movie theaters, “F9″ sped to a box office take of $70 million in its first weekend, the biggest opening for a film since the pandemic began, according to studio estimates Sunday. The ninth installment in the “Fast & Furious” franchise, starring franchise regulars Vin Diesel and Michelle Rodriguez, opened only in theaters and had the widest release of any movie since the start of the coronavirus crisis. The domestic total for Universal Pictures’ “F9” topped the previous pandemic-best of $48.4 million for “ A Quiet Place Part II ” four weeks ago. It was the biggest opening of any film since “Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker” in December 2019. “We couldn’t be more gratified to see that the audience embraced the ‘Fast’ family and came out to see ‘F9’ in tremendous numbers,” said Jim Orr, head of distribution for Universal. “The debut this weekend has really ignited the domestic box office and set it on a tremendous path for the...
    An explosive evening at the plate and strong pitching propelled the Texas Rangers to a 8-3 victory over the Oakland Athletics on Friday night. The A’s have lost their last three games, falling to 44-30 on the season and into second place behind the Houston Astros in the AL West. It’s just the third time this season that Oakland has lost three consecutive games since they dropped six straight to open the regular season. An ultra-aggressive approach benefited the Rangers in the first inning against A’s hard-throwing righty Frankie Montas, who entered play on Monday night having surrendered three or fewer earned runs in nine of his last 10 outings. After retiring the first batter he faced, Montas surrendered a single to Rangers’ third baseman Brock Holt, an RBI double to Adolis Garcia, a walk to Joey Gallo, a double to Nate Lowe and a towering three-run home to rookie Andy Ibanez, the first longball of his career. As if they’d been punched in the mouth and dazed, it took the A’s several innings to find...
    Goaltender Alexandar Georgiev looked to be in grave pain when he was carried off the ice late in the first period of the Rangers’ 5-3 win over the Devils on Sunday afternoon, but he was back in net to start the middle frame. The 25-year-old said after the game that his knee had locked, which head coach David Quinn mentioned has happened before. “I felt pain on the side of the kneecap and couldn’t really bend the knee or put any pressure on it,” Georgiev said after the win. “I assumed I would be OK, we just needed to put it back into place. It was a little bit not in good shape. That’s a great job by our doctor to fix it pretty quick and I knew I would be good to play the second period.” Quinn said the coaching staff opted to go with Georgiev in goal Sunday because of his stellar record when playing on four-plus days of rest (18-3-5, .930 save percentage entering the game). Georgiev hadn’t played since April 9, when he helped the Rangers...
    More On: new york rangers Rangers’ sweep of woebegone Devils doesn’t count any less Rangers need late goal to keep pace in playoff race Young Ranger’s birthday hat trick comes with piece of history Rangers’ playoff chase continues with third straight win over Devils Goaltender Alexandar Georgiev looked to be in grave pain when he was carried off the ice late in the first period of the Rangers’ 5-3 win over the Devils on Sunday afternoon, but he was back in net to start the middle frame. The 25-year-old said after the game that his knee had locked, which head coach David Quinn mentioned has happened before. “I felt pain on the side of the kneecap and couldn’t really bend the knee or put any pressure on it,” Georgiev said after the win. “I assumed I would be OK, we just needed to put it back into place. It was a little bit not in good shape. That’s a great job by our doctor to fix it pretty quick and I knew I would be good to play the...
    Nearly 40% of Marines decline COVID vaccine, prompting some Democrats to urge Biden to set mandate for military ‘A tremendous complication’: G.O.P. dances around Trump’s lingering presence © Provided by Sports Illustrated Real Madrid used two first-half goals from Karim Benzema and Toni Kroos on Saturday to earn the season sweep over Barcelona. Real Madrid turned the La Liga race on its head with a 2-1 home win against Barcelona on a stormy night in the Spanish capital.  With the season sweep against their historic rivals, Los Blancos moved into first place by one point over their crosstown nemesis Atlético Madrid, who will face Real Betis on Sunday night. It's the first time in 2021 that a team other than Atlético has held the top spot in La Liga after Atlético blew a 10-point lead.  Zinedine Zidane's side was powered by two first-half goals, including an all-world effort from Karim Benzema. In the 13th minute, the French striker back-heeled a pass from Lucas Vázquez that snuck past Barça keeper Marc-André ter Stegen for the opening goal.  Real doubled its...
    Court narrows law used to target white supremacists Too little, too late? Schools deal may not alter Newsom recall politics If the 2019-20 Oklahoma City Thunder taught us anything, it’s that Chris Paul knows how to win games. He guided a directionless team on the verge of a rebuild to a solid playoff spot in the Western Conference, and took James Harden’s Houston Rockets to seven games in the first round. Dennis Schroder and Shai Gilgeous-Alexander, empowered by Paul’s steady hand, had career seasons. © Provided by The Comeback The Suns have had the same experience this season. They’re second in the West after missing the playoffs last year. Other factors go into that, but Paul deserves a good bit of credit for helping Devin Booker play relevant basketball in Phoenix. Remember when big-name NBA voices were calling for Booker to ditch Arizona? Paul has ended that discussion for the time being. Booker had been the classic “lots of points, bad team” player for most of his career, but with a more competent team around him and an all-time...
    DUBAI, United Arab Emirates (AP) — Tyrrell Hatton bounced back from an opening-round 76 with eight birdies and an eagle for an 8-under 64 to easily make the cut at the Dubai Desert Classic on Friday and move into contention for back-to-back titles on the European Tour. Hatton, who won in Abu Dhabi last week to move up to a career-high No. 5 in the world, was 4 under overall — six strokes behind second-round leader Thomas Detry (67). Robert MacIntyre (68) was a shot back in second place, with Tommy Fleetwood (68) in a three-way tie for third with Justin Harding (70) and Kalle Samooja (68). Holing out from a greenside bunker at No. 6 was one of the highlights of the second round for Hatton, who went out in the early afternoon group with the initial intention of shooting low enough to make the weekend. At 8 under after 13 holes — helped by an eagle at the par-5 third hole — his goals changed and even Ernie Els’ course-record 61 looked under threat at Emirates Golf Club....
    DANNY WILLETT showed his unlikely 2016 Masters triumph does not have to be a one-off as he stormed into contention with a brilliant second round 66 at Augusta. And Tommy Fleetwood matched that score to join Willett on seven under par at halfway, just two shots behind the early pace setters. 3Danny Willett finished on seven under par after round two at AugustaCredit: Reuters 3Tommy Fleetwood joined his fellow Englishman after a strong FridayCredit: AP:Associated Press The English flag has been flying high over Augusta, with Paul Casey grabbing a share of the first-round lead with a seven under par 65, and Lee Westwood and Justin Rose also opening with scores in the sixties. But Willett’s re-emergence as a real force at the course where he recorded his career highlight following Jordan Spieth’s incredible back nine meltdown came right out of the blue. He had missed the cut here in all three starts since his three shot victory four years ago, although recent high profile European Tour victories at Wentworth and in Dubai showed he can still mix it with...
    Los Angeles Dodgers centerfielder Cody Bellinger's go-ahead home run in Game 7 of the National League Championship Series nearly ended his season on Sunday when his overenthusiastic celebration with teammates briefly left him with a dislocated shoulder. Fortunately for Bellinger and the Dodgers, who advanced to the World Series with a 4-3 win over the Atlanta Braves, the All-Star was able to pop his shoulder back into place and finish the game. 'Not the first time it's happened,' Bellinger told ESPN's Scott Van Pelt after the win. 'I just had to run back to the training room, and they had to pop it back in real quick. But I felt good. I was good enough to play defense to end the game, that's for sure.'  Did Cody Bellinger dislocate his shoulder? pic.twitter.com/3lH08W7Onq— Pitcher List (@PitcherList) October 19, 2020 Cody Bellinger (right) broke Sunday's 3-3 tie in the seventh inning with a 417-foot shot to right-center field off of Braves reliever Chris Martin. After crossing home plate, Bellinger jumped in the air to exchange an elbow bump with teammate Kiké...
    Luca Wackermann and Etienne van Empel were both involved in the crash. Eurosport An elite cyclist suffered a suspected broken back on Tuesday after a crash that his team boss said was caused by a low-flying helicopter. Teammates Luca Wackermann and Etienne van Empel crashed into the barriers near the end of stage four. Van Empel escaped mostly unscathed, however Wackermann was taken to hospital with a broken nose, multiple cuts and bruises, and a suspected fracture to his back. "The helicopter was flying too low, the movement of the air blew up the barriers," Wackermann's coach said. "The barriers were not tied properly." The BBC, however, suggested that the displaced barriers were not moved by a helicopter, but rather by an "external factor." Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. An elite cyclist suffered a suspected broken back on Tuesday after a crash that his team boss said was caused by a low-flying helicopter. Vini Zabu-KTM teammates Luca Wackermann and Etienne van Empel collided with roadside barriers near the end of stage four of the Giro d'Italia, one...
    This swan isn’t taking any chances when it comes to masks. A video of a swan pulling a mask off a woman’s neck in a park and then snapping it back over her face surfaced on social media over the weekend and has since gone viral. In the footage, the woman appears to be wearing her mask incorrectly and, likely by coincidence, the swan snaps back into a semi-correct position. The video was uploaded to Twitter by user Anthony Sarti and appears to have occurred somewhere in France. The footage shows the woman approach the swan with her mask hanging down under her mouth. FLORIDA COLLEGE STUDENT JAILED FOR CATCHING LARGE ENDANGERED FISH, DELAYING RELEASE TO SNAP PHOTO As she gets close, the swan snaps forward, grabs the mask with its beak and then snaps it back over the woman’s face. While the mask does end up covering her mouth and nose (as it’s supposed to), it also ends up covering her eyes, which is not necessary to slow the spread of coronavirus. CLICK HERE TO GET THE FOX NEWS...
    The course is one Tiger Woods knows well and where he has winning memories. The PGA Championship is a major he has won four times, more than anyone except Jack Nicklaus and Walter Hagen. Woods learned last year that brings no guarantee of playing well. Coming off the deep emotions of a Masters victory that capped his remarkable comeback, Woods lasted only two days at Bethpage Black and missed the cut. He said Tuesday he's in a much better place at the TPC Harding Park. CLICK HERE FOR MORE SPORTS COVERAGE ON FOXNEWS.COM Never mind that Woods has played only one tournament — a tie for 40th at the Memorial — in the last six months because of the COVID-19 pandemic and his own limited schedule. The biggest difference was showing up on Sunday in the sunshine to play 18 holes at Harding Park, followed by nine holes Monday as fog crept through the cypress trees and the temperature plunged into the 50s. A year ago, he played 18 holes a week before the PGA Championship and only nine holes...
    SCOTTISH football fans could be allowed to return to stadiums from SEPTEMBER. Nicola Sturgeon announced plans to reopen stadiums for a limited number of spectators from September 14 at today's daily briefing. 2Scottish football fans could be back watching their team within two months 2Nicola Sturgeon has announced Scottish football fans may be allowed back into stadiums in SeptemberCredit: AFP And Scotland's First Minister said some professional sports events may even be tested before then. Sturgeon said: "We hope that sports stadia will be able to open from that day with limited numbers of spectators albeit with physical distancing in place. "Some professional sports events may be arranged for spectators before then with Scottish government agreement to test the safety of any new arrangements." Fans of English clubs still await news of when they will be allowed back in to watch their teams - although some teams including West Ham have started selling season tickets already regardless. The news will be hugely welcomed by SPFL clubs across Scotland, who rely heavily on gate receipts as a means to survive. The...
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