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    Fortunately a College Park police officer arrived on the scene before things escalated further, the station said.What else do we know?Police told WAGA that Shelley — as well as 21-year-old James Green — fled from police in a stolen car on Roosevelt Highway just before 5 p.m. Monday. They wrecked the vehicle near Herschel Road, taking out a bus stop in the process, the station said. Officers quickly got Green, WAGA said, but Shelley took off across train tracks on to West Point Avenue and then into Feeding GA Families’ parking lot. Shelley and Green both face obstruction charges while Green also was charged with theft and criminal damage to property, the station said.
    A RUSSIAN millionaire on a quest to find love has bought massive billboards to meet her perfect match as she cannot use dating apps. Mum-of-two Maria Molonova, 26, has decided to rent several advertising billboards in her city Ulan-Ude in a bid to find herself a husband. 5The woman decided to advertise her quest for love in a billboardCredit: East2West 5Maria explained she is looking for a husbandCredit: East2West 5The mum-of-two says she cannot use dating apps anymoreCredit: East2West The businesswoman has included a QR code asking would-be suitors to fill in a questionnaire so she can assess them. Her ad states: "A millionaire is looking for a husband." Since Vladimir Putin's invasion of Ukraine, it has become difficult for Russians to use all features of dating sites such as Tinder as they are unable to pay by a card or other means. Maria told Moskovsky Komsomolets newspaper: “The dating applications have left Russia, and I have nowhere to meet [a man].  “And I really want to get married.” The mum is quite active on social media with over 22,000...
    Grinning Qatari fans were taking of photos of Miss Croatia Ivana Knoll at the World Cup because they disapproved of her outfit, a high-profile local has claimed. During Croatia's opening match with Morocco the model, labelled the World Cup's sexiest fan, appeared in a red and white bikini top and tight red leggings - catching the eye of many within the crowd. A photo posted after the match showed smiling men in the stadium taking pictures of the 30-year-old model. Mohammed Hassan Al-Jefairi, a prominent Qatari entrepreneur who created a robot, claimed the men had been snapping away because they disapproved of her outfit.  Grinning Qatari fans were spotted taking photos of Miss Croatia, Ivana Knoll, 30, during Croatia's opening match with Morocco but a high-profile entrepreneur has claimed the smiling men were snapping away in disapproval  In her most recent Instagram post to celebrate gaining one million followers, she included a photo of a couple of men catching a quick peek of her in a red and white checked bikini top and tight red leggings and taking photos RELATED...
    Rain forecast for Saturday has prompted the cancellation of the 30th anniversary edition of the Carol of Lights festival, which was to have featured live entertainment by choirs and dancers, plus bounce houses, a snow play area and other holiday treats. “Santa was ready to ring in the holidays in Downtown Campbell and so were all the ponies, the cute petting zoo animals, and everyone else as their most festive selves,” festival organizers posted Friday evening on the downtown website. “Unfortunately, Mother Nature also weighed in with likely showers on Saturday afternoon, so we made the difficult decision to reschedule the Carol of Lights for early next year as a winter-themed fun festival.” Rainy weather prompted a similar postponement back in 1999. A couple of months later, in February 2000, the rescheduled event came back as a Winter Wonderland. The Downtown Campbell group encouraged would-be attendees to turn their attention to events at the historic Ainsley House and Campbell Heritage Theater and to support local fundraisers such as the Making Spirits Bright Fundraiser, scheduled for Dec. 8, and the Campbell...
    Making new friends when you’re in your mid-60s tends to follow the same pattern. Proud grandmas share photos of their grandchildren, stories of babysitting dramas and details of soon-to-be new additions. So, at 64, I brace myself for the question I’m inevitably asked: ‘Teresa, do you have grandchildren yet?’ Pinning on my brightest smile I simply answer: ‘I’m afraid not. I would have loved a family but I just never met the right man.’  After years of being asked about my family status — first about children, now about grandchildren — you’d think I’d be used to it.  'My mother was 16 when I was born, my father just 14. More shocking still, they were brother and sister,' Teresa Weiler, 64, bravely shares her story RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 2 Next 'There's no end point': Emotional Kate Garraway breaks down... TOM UTLEY: Our family lived in a pokey flat with no carpets... Take the world's sexiest poet to bed - ...or if you don't... Share this article Share But...
    VACATIONS have been a welcomed respite or a hell-scape based on the company according to one influencer who shared her advice. She said that her days of going on "girls' trips" are over due to abusive behavior she's endured from women. 2Suky Mena is an influencer focusing on lifestyle topicsCredit: TikTok/ sukymena1 Suky Mena is a digital content creator whose productions focus on lifestyle topics ranging from diet to skincare under the handle @sukymena1 on TikTok. She took to the social media platform to share a piece of advice for women. "I went on vacation with a group of girls and that will be the last time that I will ever go on a vacation with a group of girls," she announced. "Women that are unsure of themselves, women that don't have that glow, that don't have that essence that I was talking about earlier will hate you," she warned. READ MORE JEALOUSYPRETTY HURTS I'm so pretty, women hate me... some don't understand how hard it is being mepretty woman Women hate me because I’m so pretty & men are...
    Madness has gripped America's most powerful. Their demented impulse to control public discourse has been apparent for some time, but in recent weeks it has become too grotesque. Washington politicians, ideologically captured journalists, Hollywood celebrities and Silicon Valley tech oligarchs have exposed themselves to be members of an anti-free speech cabal. Their trigger is Elon Musk. How else to explain the unhinged reaction to an idea that just a few years ago would have been seen as so uncontroversial it would barely have been worth stating: that Americans should be free to express their views - on any subject - without censorship. Isn't that, in many ways, the whole point of America? Doesn't it serve as the foundation of democracy? Apparently not. America's most powerful have been triggered by Elon Musk, who believes that people should be free to express their views President Joe Biden has called for an investigation into Musk -- a private citizen, who raised suspicion for saying he wants to guarantee freedom of expression. 'I think that Elon Musk's cooperation and/or technical relationships with other countries is...
    GHANA fans were jumping for joy after their clash with Uruguay - despite being dumped out of the World Cup. The Black Stars suffered a 2-0 defeat to the South Americans in the final round of Group H fixtures. 4Ghana were dumped out of the World Cup following a 2-0 defeat to UruguayCredit: REUTERS 4But their fans were jubilant after the match as Uruguay were also eliminatedCredit: TWITTER@AZIZFAARAH@ 4Ghana fans' hatred of Uruguay stems from Luis Suarez's handball in their 2010 World Cup quarter-finalCredit: GETTY Defeat to the Uruguayans ended their hopes of progressing through to the last 16 and saw them finish rock bottom of the group. But they were still jubilant as a late winner from South Korea against Portugal sent Uruguay home. Scores of Ghana fans stayed in the Al-Janoub Stadium after the final whistle to celebrate La Celeste's shortcomings. Footy fans were quick to comment, with one saying: "I respect this level of salt, TBH." Another said: "This is amazing." And another said: "That’s the spirit." One remarked: "This is hilarious." Another chimed in: "It's not...
    AN AMAZON worker says she "doesn't care" what her job thinks after being sent home early for wearing "revealing" shorts. Tik Tok user Erin Keenan went to her shift at Whole Foods as an Amazon employee on a 38C day, but was quickly sent home for wearing "inappropriate" workwear. 4Erin Keenan says she doesn't care what her workplace thinks of her outfitCredit: TikTok/@erin._.keenan 4It was 38C on the day she was asked to leave for wearing shortsCredit: TikTok/@erin._.keenan "Please make me wear long jeans when it’s 100 outside," she captioned the video. Erin modelled the outfit which got her sent home: a pair of black and white patterned athletic shorts, an oversized t-shirt and trainers. The video has almost 10k views, and many think the reasoning behind dress coding Erin is ridiculous. "But I've seen girls with shorter shorts at Amazon!" one user said. "This just shows that the problem aren’t clothes and women dressing “distracting” it’s men in power. Like it’s a warehouse job who are you distracting?" one outraged viewer commented. Others commented similar experiences while working...
    DEREK CHISORA has denied being handed a trilogy fight with Tyson Fury because they are mates - but does plan to knock out his old friend. Chisora, beaten by Fury in 2011 and 2014, gets a shock trilogy clash with the Gypsy King on Saturday, nearly a decade after their rematch. 3Tyson Fury and Derek Chisora ahead of their trilgy fightCredit: Getty It as the WBC champion failed to get heavyweight rivals Oleksandr Usyk, 35, or Anthony Joshua, 33, in the ring with him. Many have slammed the fight at Tottenham's 62,000-seat stadium as nothing more than a paydays for the pair of pals. But Chisora, 38, told the Daily Mail: "Tyson is not going with me because we’re friends but because he knows I always come to fight. "Win or lose there’s no doubt that together we will give the fans a great night. We’ve proved that before." READ MORE IN BOXINGFURY VS CHISORA 3 Live stream & TV details as Gypsy King defends WBC title against old foe Much has changed since the...
    DEREK CHISORA has denied being handed a trilogy fight with Tyson Fury because they are mates – but does plan to knock out his old friend. Chisora, beaten by Fury in 2011 and 2014, gets a shock trilogy clash with the Gypsy King on Saturday, nearly a decade after their rematch. Getty 3 Tyson Fury and Derek Chisora ahead of their trilgy fight It as the WBC champion failed to get heavyweight rivals Oleksandr Usyk, 35, or Anthony Joshua, 33, in the ring with him. Many have slammed the fight at Tottenham’s 62,000-seat stadium as nothing more than a paydays for the pair of pals. But Chisora, 38, told the Daily Mail: “Tyson is not going with me because we’re friends but because he knows I always come to fight. “Win or lose there’s no doubt that together we will give the fans a great night. We’ve proved that before.” READ MORE IN BOXING FURY VS CHISORA 3 Live stream & TV details as Gypsy King defends WBC title against old foe Much has...
    A Florida man had a bizarre reason when he admitted to killing his mother by repeatedly stabbing her.  Matthew Sisley, 21, told a detective that his mother 'never pushed [him] to be a man' when asked why he murdered her.   The incident took place on November 29 at around 4.13pm when deputies in Osceola County got a report of a possible stabbing in the town of Kissimmee. Deputies responded to a home on Myrtle Oak Lane and Oak Hill Trail, according to Sheriff Marcos Lopez. When they arrived, they found an unidentified woman dead on the living room floor and another with severe lacerations to her hands, according to authorities.  A Florida man had a bizarre reason when he admitted to killing his mother by repeatedly stabbing her Matthew Sisley, 21, told a detective that his mother 'never pushed [him] to be a man' when asked why he murdered her  The incident took place on November 29 at around 4:13 p.m. when deputies in Osceola County got a report of a possible stabbing in the town of Kissimmee Deputies...
    CNBC Health & Science Read CNBC's latest global health coverage: FDA pulls Covid antibody treatment because it’s not effective against dominant omicron variants Fauci says China has done a bad job vaccinating the elderly and their shots are not very effective against Covid CDC will test sewage for polio outside New York to see if it's circulating elsewhere in nation Drug overdose deaths among seniors have more than tripled in two decades Twitter stops policing Covid misinformation under CEO Elon Musk Dr. Jha: The U.S. is ready to 'move on' from Covid if people 'keep their immunity up to date' China’s Covid infections drop for the first time in more than a week China touts vaccination progress as it seeks reopening path; encourages booster shots for seniors Flu hospitalizations increase nearly 30% as U.S. enters holiday season U.S. criticizes China's zero Covid strategy, says Beijing needs to boost vaccination among elderly Omicron BQ Covid variants that threaten people with compromised immune systems are now dominant in U.S. Mainland China’s total daily Covid cases soar above Shanghai lockdown highs...
    A WOMAN revealed that her body isn’t seen as acceptable by the plus-size modeling industry. Content creator Kayla Zulik posts body positive content but has struggled with the fact that many people don’t accept her exact plus-size body shape. 4Kayla Zulik shares body positive content onlineCredit: TikTok/kaylazulik 4She wants to model but finds that agencies aren't open to accepting her body typeCredit: TikTok/kaylazulik In one TIkTok video, Kayla lounged on her bed wearing a bra and a pair of jeans that she had unzipped. A line from Taylor Swift’s song "Anti-Hero" played, in which she sings: “Sometimes I feel like everybody is a sexy baby and I’m the monster on the hill." Kayla looked upset and defeated. Text on the screen read: “When agencies are only looking for the ‘ideal plus size body’ with a big butt and flat stomach, but I have a big stomach and flat butt.” Read more on plus size bodiesBODY GOALS I’m plus-size, people want me to hide but I refuse to stop wearing tight clothesSELF-LOVE CLUB I’m fat and hot, I don’t care what...
    Fox Business star Maria Bartiromo asked her guest, Sen. Cynthia Lummis, Thursday whether disgraced FTX founder Sam Bankman-Fried is getting TV interviews rather than perp walks thanks to his past massive political contributions to Democrats. The collapse of Bankman-Fried’s crypto exchange has been a massive and crippling blow to the entire digital currency sector, and the fallout has been far-reaching. But the failed CEO is on a media blitz to rehabilitate himself as a deeply apologetic and chastened former hero who still has good left to do and an earnest desire to do it. With the New York Times and Good Morning America giving him that platform, there has been plenty of backlash. CNBC’s Jim Cramer is having none of it, Republican Sen. Lummis even less so. And Bartiromo is questioning motives. “Well, I think that these were well-educated, sophisticated fraudsters. I think it’s obviously fraud. So the Justice Department needs to get involved,” said Sen. Lummis on Thursday. “This was just pure and simple, good old-fashioned fraud, and it needs to be handled through the criminal procedures.” Bartiromo responded...
    Prince Charles will have a 'major problem' with Prince Harry and Meghan Markle shunning Christmas at Sandringham because he wants to present a 'united' family unit, a royal expert has claimed. The Royal Family will gather at the Sandringham estate in Norfolk later this month for the first time since the Queen passed away at the age of 96 in September. Earlier today, the Firm braced themselves for fresh controversy as the teaser trailer for Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's bombshell docu-series was released - with the Duchess promising viewers they will 'hear our story from us' next week. Writing in The Sun, royal expert Robert Jobson says King Charles, 74, had wanted to present a 'unified family' this Christmas. King Charles will have a 'major problem' with Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's absence this Christmas, royal expert Robert Jobson claimed. The monarch pictured at Dumfries House in November 2022 RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Prince and Princess of Wales flew commercial to Boston!... 'William is Diana's double!' Prince of Wales' resemblance to... ...
    FOOTBALL fans were left stunned after “the worst ever” VAR decision denied Croatia a penalty against Belgium. The two sides met in the final crunch Group F clash this afternoon to determine who would advance to the World Cup last-16. 2Croatia were denied a penalty against Belgium in controversial fashionCredit: EPA 2Fans blasted the decision to overturn the decision due to a player's sleeve being offsideCredit: BBC Croatia had started on the front foot and they were given the perfect opportunity to take the lead early on when Andrej Kramaric was fouled by Yannick Ferreira-Carrasco inside the area. The referee had no hesitation in awarding the penalty as Luke Modric grabbed the ball and prepared to face his Real Madrid team-mate Thibaut Courtois in the Belgium goal. But the official, Anthony Taylor, was soon contacted by VAR which led to a lengthy delay as he checked the pitchside monitor for a potential offside. The footage showed the build-up to the incident and it was discovered by the new semi-automated offside technology that Croatian defender Dejan Lovren was offside by the...
    Newsmax host Rob Schmitt said on Wednesday he wasn’t surprised Rep. Hakeem Jeffries (D-NY) was elected to be the next House Minority Leader given his skin color. “Hakeem Jeffries is an anti-U.S. oil, rabid defender of the pro-abortion death cult. He’s an election denier. He’s a pretty radical New York congressman,” said Schmitt on his show, Rob Schmitt Tonight (in a clip flagged by Jason Campbell of the progressive media watchdog Media Matters). “He tweeted numerous times following the 2016 election, at one point writing, ‘The more we learn about the 2016 election, the more illegitimate it becomes.’ And now this man leads the House Democrats. So you see the road that that party is going down?” Bringing in former Trump campaign spokesperson Erin Perrine, Schmitt said, “It’s a pretty radical [choice]. I’m not surprised because you knew it wasn’t gonna be a white guy. I think we all knew that, but it’s a very extreme choice.” “It is an extreme choice, and Democrats like to use this adage, right, show me your budget and I’ll show you your values?”...
    THE parents of a young boy who was left 'unable to breathe' due to a common illness have urged others to get their kids jabbed. Anjali and Ben Wildblood from Bristol had booked their little boy Raja in for a flu vaccine. 1Parents Anjali and Ben Wildblood have recalled 'their worst nightmare' after their son Raja became seriously ill with the fluCredit: PA But before the two-year-old was able to have the jab, he became very sick, suffering with a high temperature and breathing difficulties. Both parents are NHS consultants and said their little boy had previously suffered with croup - so they had experience of him being poorly before. However, the family, who live in Bristol, said that this had clearly been 'some other very concerning respiratory problem'. That day, Anjali and Ben took Raja to A&E, where he was treated before being sent home. Read more on the flu VIRAL LOAD Huge surge in hospital flu cases as NHS warns of 'most challenging winter ever'DOUBLE TROUBLE New hope as Covid scientists set sights on 'cure' for second deadly...
    Do you end up doing all the cooking and cleaning while your boyfriend or husband relaxes on the sofa? Well, you could be dating a 'man-child'.  Scientists now say the phenomenon is real, and that lazy men get less sex because it's a huge turn-off for women.  The phrase, used colloquially by frustrated women for decades, describes the blurring of roles between a partner and a child. Does your male partner still expect you to fold his clothes, cook his dinner and take care of the baby? RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Men who want to spice up their sex lives should try doing... Covid has 'jeopardized' HIV elimination plan after pandemic... FDA to allow gay and bisexual men to donate blood without... Children who spend just two hours in front of TV per day are... Share this article Share For example, some women perceive their boyfriend or husband as a 'dependent' because they provide little help with housework. Experts in Australia and Canada quizzed more than 1,000 women in relationships...
    A TRADESWOMAN revealed that people never expect her to have the job that she does. Tiegan Price is a female bricklayer but people usually assume that she has a different profession based off of her looks and style. 5Tiegan Price is a bricklayerCredit: TikTok/tieganpricexx 5She works on different residential construction projectsCredit: TikTok/tieganpricexx In one TikTok video, Tiegan added text that read: “She probs does beauty or child care.” She shared a mirror selfie of herself out of uniform, which is usually when she garners these expectations from strangers. She posed in a skin-tight red minidress. She also had a full glam makeup look on. Then Tiegan shared a montage of photos wearing her uniform and working on construction sites. Read more on uniform revealsAISLE ANGEL I work at Lowe’s - seeing me out of uniform makes men want to fix their homesMILITARY BABE I’m in Air Force - I changed from uniform to bikini, people want to enlist She showed herself in an orange hoodie with reflective tape on it. It was paired with cement-stained pants and chunky construction boots....
    Disgraced FTX founder Sam Bankman-Fried has for the first time admitted that he spent 'no time' managing risk in his crypto exchange because he 'got a little cocky' - but still insists that he was not aware that customer funds were being funneled into Alameda Research.  Bankman-Fried spoke to Good Morning America from his $40 million penthouse in the Bahamas in an interview that aired on Thursday morning - a day after he was grilled at New York Times' DealBook Summit by journalist Andrew Ross Sorokin. In Thursday's interview, Bankman-Fried made the stunning admission that he 'wasn't trying' to manage risk at FTX.  'I think that there is something even deeper wrong there which is I wasn't even trying. Like I wasn't spending any time or effort trying to manage risk on FTX,' he told GMA.  Bankman-Fried added that if he'd spent 'an hour a day thinking about risk management' then his company would not have imploded.   'I think I stopped working as hard for a bit. You know, honestly if I look back on myself, I think I got...
    Ngozi Fulani (pictured) was warned by her Windrush generation parents to keep her head down As a child growing up in ‘the only black family in the street’ in north London in the 1960s, Ngozi Fulani was warned by her Windrush generation parents to keep her head down. ‘We were told to avoid conflict with white people as we’d always been in the wrong,’ the campaigner recalled in a newspaper interview as she told how her early experiences of discrimination shaped her. After various jobs, including teaching drama and African dance and working as a marriage registrar, in 2015 she founded the charity Sistah Space, which works with women and girls of African and Caribbean heritage who are affected by domestic abuse. As its chief executive, the 61-year-old widow and grandmother was invited to the Queen Consort’s Violence Against Women and Girls reception on Tuesday – the event which prompted her to reveal on Twitter the ‘insulting’ remarks made to her by one of the late Queen’s former ladies-in-waiting. Miss Fulani previously accused the Royal Family of domestic violence against the...
    My dear wretched, dear innocents, Energy is a complex thing and it doesn’t fit with ideology. In this case, nothing beats pragmatism and physical science. The problem with renewable energies is that, as beautiful as they are, they are interminable. While it’s intermittent, it’s not permanent, and you can put up wind turbines, and when there’s no wind it gives you a good morning. Whether you have 100 wind turbines or 1 million, when the eolian doesn’t blow, the windmills don’t turn. Therefore intermittency cannot be resisted by the size of wind turbines. It also works with solar panels. Dark is dark. And by adding you can’t face the gap of solar panels that don’t produce at night. We can save intermittently generated electricity by producing, for example, storable “green” hydrogen rather than batteries (environmental mismanagement). But we do not think of this system now. That may change, but it hasn’t. The effect was visible and worrisome on the part of English neighbours. Their wind farm, the equivalent of 14 nuclear power plants, no longer produces anything. Nothing. Why? Because...
    The Biden administration is “deeply concerned” about Paul Whelan, an American considered to be wrongfully detained by the Russian government, because he hasn’t communicated with his family as scheduled. Paul Whelan’s brother, David, told reporters this week that the labor colony where Paul Whelan is serving his sentence said he was transferred to the prison hospital on Nov. 18, though he didn’t mention it to his parents when he last spoke to them on Nov. 23. Whelan, who is serving a 16-year sentence on espionage charges, told his family to “alert the U.S. Embassy” if he “doesn’t call home for more than three days,” and so they reached out to the consular staff, who have also not heard from him. US KEEPS UP PUSH FOR GRINER AND WHELAN PRISONER SWAP WITH RUSSIA "It's incredibly unusual for Paul to miss trying to call home on a holiday like Thanksgiving," David wrote. "We've been worried for 1,431 days if I'm frank, but days when he is out of contact for a stretch of time we worry with specificity." The White House is...
    In this article NFLXFollow your favorite stocksCREATE FREE ACCOUNTReed Hastings, co-founder, chairman, and co-chief executive officer of Netflix, arrives for the annual Allen and Co. Sun Valley media conference in Sun Valley, Idaho, U.S. July 6, 2021.Brian Losness | ReutersNetflix founder and co-CEO Reed Hastings said Wednesday he was slow to come around to advertising on the streaming platform because he was too focused on digital competition from Facebook and Google. "I didn't believe in the ad-supported tactic for us. I was wrong about that. Hulu proved you could do that at scale and offer customers lower prices. We did switch on that," Hastings said at the New York Times's Dealbook conference. "I wish we had flipped a few years earlier on that, but we'll catch up." Netflix had for years resisted the idea of allowing advertising on its service. But after coming under pressure because of its slowing subscription growth, Hastings said in April that the company was "open" to offering a cheaper option with ads. The offering launched in the U.S. earlier this month for $6.99 per month...
    A finance manager at Irish Rail in Dublin says his duties were dramatically reduced after he made a protected disclosure nine years ago and that he now spends most of his time at his £105,000-a-year job reading newspapers, taking long walks and eating sandwiches. Dermot Alastair Mills was giving evidence in a hearing yesterday into his complaint under the Protected Disclosures Act 2014. He alleges that he was penalised as a whistleblower after discussing concerns about some accounting matters at the railway operator in 2014. 'I'd say if I got something that requires me to do work once in a week I'd be thrilled,' Mr Mills told the Workplace Relations Commission (WRC). Pictured: Intercity train in Ireland (file photo). Irish Rail does not contest that Dermot Alastair Mills made a protected disclosure but argues that it did not penalise him. Mr Mills was giving evidence in a hearing yesterday into his complaint under the Protected Disclosures Act 2014 RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Pensioner accused of harassing Quaker society tells court... Merseyside ex-chief constable...
    The NAACP alleges that the Republican-led legislature in South Carolina made maps for U.S. House seats to purposely 'render Black voters unable to meaningfully influence congressional elections' in the state. A trial to determine whether South Carolina's congressional maps are legal closes Tuesday with arguments over whether the state Legislature diluted Black voting power by remaking the boundaries of the only U.S. House district Democrats have flipped in more than 30 years. The trial also marks the first time the South Carolina maps have been legally scrutinized since the U.S. Supreme Court removed part of a 1965 law that required the state to get federal approval to protect against discriminatory redistricting proposals. A panel of three federal judges on Tuesday heard closing arguments in the case in Charleston. A ruling is expected later and any appeal will be made directly to the U.S. Supreme Court. The Republican-dominated General Assembly redrew the maps early this year based on the 2020 U.S. census, and they were used in this month's midterm elections. According to a lawsuit filed by the NAACP, the new boundaries unconstitutionally split Black voters in...
    SANTA CLARA — Running back Christian McCaffrey will miss his first practice since joining the 49ers a month ago, the result of “knee irritation” in Sunday’s 13-0 win over the New Orleans Saints. “He just felt something in it, some irritation,” coach Kyle Shanahan said before Wedneday’s practice, their first session ahead of Sunday’s home game against the Miami Dolphins. McCaffrey has not missed a game this season, appearing in six with the Carolina Panthers and the ensuing five with the 49ers since his trade. He was limited to 10 games the previous two seasons combined because of multiple injuries. The 49ers’ backfield also will be without Elijah Mitchell, but his injury is more serious as a left-knee sprain likelywill keep him out until the playoff, if the first-place 49ers (7-4) qualify. Rookies Jordan Mason and Ty Davis-Price will get more looks in practice, along with veteran Tevin Coleman, who’s on the practice squad. GAROPPOLO OK Quarterbarck Jimmy Garoppolo is cleared to fully participate in practice. His surgically repaired left knee was sore earlier this week as a result of...
    A 32-year-old mother has gone viral for waxing her tween daughter's face for the first time after she was bullied for having a unibrow and a 'mustache.'  TikTok star Ashlee Pease, the matriarch of the Pease family, documented 10-year-old Giselle's foray into hair removal this week before ultimately deciding to take her to a professional.  'Okay guys, so we're about to wax the middle of Giselle's eyebrows,' the mother of five explained at the start of the video. 'She said people in school are teasing her about her mustache [too], which she doesn't even have a mustache.'  TikTok star Ashlee Pease, the matriarch of the Pease family, documented waxing her 10-year-old daughter Giselle's face for the first time this week  She explained at the start of the video that they were going to wax the middle of her brows and her upper lip because she was being teased about her 'mustache' RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 2 Next Mother, 27, born with a rare muscle condition that left her... A modern-day Princess Diana? FEMAIL reveals how Hailey... ...
    Al Roker was rushed back to the hospital just one day after missing NBC's annual Thanksgiving Day Parade coverage while he was suffering from blood clots that spread to his lungs. The beloved weatherman, 68, had been released from the hospital on Thursday — just in time to enjoy Thanksgiving dinner with his family — but was then rushed back to an Uptown Manhattan hospital on Friday. Sources close to the Roker family told Page Six on Wednesday how he was apparently stretchered out of his Upper East Side home, while his wife, ABC journalist Deborah Roberts, 62, frantically tried to break into their malfunctioning Tesla to grab her phone. Roker has been in the hospital since, the unnamed sources say, and will miss out on the lighting of the Christmas tree at Rockefeller Center Wednesday night.  Today show host Al Roker revealed he suffered from a blood clot in his leg that traveled to his lungs a few weeks ago, and was in the hospital for the Thanksgiving Day Parade Roker posted a picture of himself watching the parade from his hospital room...
    Far right wing activist Charlie Kirk complained on Steve Bannon’s “War Room” show Tuesday that many Republicans in Arizona lost their elections earlier this month because they “do not trust” the election system. Kirk is a purveyor of Donald Trump’s “Big Lie,” and has repeatedly promoted the false claim that U.S. elections are “rigged.” “400,000 people that showed up for Donald Trump or voted for Donald Trump in 2020 did not show up or vote for the midterm election,” Kirk told his audience. (NCRM has not verified these numbers and could find nothing to support the claim.) “Now, I believe it’s because a lot of people do not trust the system,” Kirk claimed. Why does Charlie Kirk believe “a lot of people do not trust the system”? Because he told them not to. Over and over and over again. READ MORE: Separation of Church and State Is a ‘Fabrication’ Says Far Right Activist Charlie Kirk: They Should Be ‘Mixed Together’ In January on his show Kirk hosted Mollie Hemingway, the editor-in-chief of The Federalist, a right-wing website founded by Ben...
    President Biden is giving three native tribes $75 million to relocate their communities from Alaska and Washington shorelines to higher ground due to rising sea levels as part of a $135 million commitment for tribal relocation.  'As all of you know, there are tribal communities at risk of being washed away, washed away by Superstorm, rising sea levels, and wildfires raging,' Biden said during remarks at the Interior Department's Tribal Nations Summit. 'That's why today I'm announcing the $135 million commitment to help 11 tribal communities from Maine, Louisiana, Arizona, Washington State and Alaska to move.'   The three communities - two in Alaska and one in Washington state - will each be allotted $25 million to move their key buildings to higher grounds away from rising waters, with homes to follow.  Eight more tribes will receive at least $5 million each from the federal government to plan for relocating their buildings.  The project, funded by the Interior Department, represents the most aggressive form of climate change adaptation.  Biden also on Wednesday announced a slew of other actions to increase communication and...
    The former head of trust and safety at Twitter admitted that the company made a mistake when censoring the Hunter Biden laptop story.  Yoel Roth, who resigned earlier in November following Musk's $44 billion takeover, said the authenticity of the New York Post's laptop story was difficult for the social media company to verify, and it was quickly censored in October 2020.  Twitter deliberately prevented users from sharing links to a front-page newspaper article about Hunter Biden's private life and his controversial business ties to Ukraine in the run-up to the 2020 election between Biden's father and Donald Trump.  Speaking at an interview with journalist Kara Swisher, Roth said:  'We didn't know what to believe, we didn't know what was true, there was smoke—and ultimately for me, it didn't reach a place where I was comfortable removing this content from Twitter.'  'But it set off every single one of my finely tuned APT28 hack and leak campaign alarm bells. Everything about it looked like a hack and leak.' Roth's comments come as Musk is set to release files on Twitter's 'free speech...
    Megyn Kelly had a blunt explanation for why Will Smith has — in her eyes — gone unpunished after he infamously slapped Chris Rock at this year’s Oscars ceremony. Smith spoke with the Daily Show’s Trevor Noah, this week, about the moment he slapped Rock on stage during the live broadcast. “I was going through something that night. Not that that justifies my behavior at all,” Smith said. On Wednesday, Kelly — a Sky News Australia contributor — spoke with host Paul Murray about the latest developments. “Will Smith has got another movie out. Don’t watch it because he shouldn’t be rewarded in any way, shape, or form for his behavior after the Oscars. But we get to see yet another insight into a man desperate to keep making money,” Murray said. “I can’t even, okay? These Hollywood celebrities who think they’re something, they’re all that and a biscuit. They are drunk on their own wine. And why? Why? Because they can memorize lines and repeat them in a way that’s persuasive,” Kelly replied. “Why am I supposed to celebrate...
    Andy Puzder is a former CEO of CKE Restaurants, chairman of 2ndVote Value Investments, Inc., and a visiting fellow at the Heritage Foundation  If you are among the tens of millions of Americans with a 401(k), you'd better pay attention. The Biden administration is putting your retirement money at risk in pursuit of their woke leftist agenda. The evening before Thanksgiving to avoid unwanted attention, Biden's Department of Labor released an Orwellian new rule misnamed 'Prudence and Loyalty in Selecting Plan Investments and Exercising Shareholder Rights.' Don't let the mind-numbingly bureaucratic gobbledygook distract you. The rule interprets a law that requires fund managers make investment decisions for the sole benefit of the Americans who depend on those assets. That's certainly both a good and reasonable policy. And at one time, it was bipartisan. Congress passed ERISA (the Employee Retirement Income Security Act) in 1974. The law makes it crystal clear that those managing such assets must do so 'solely' in the interest of and for the 'exclusive purpose' of 'providing benefits to participants and their beneficiaries.' This patently clear language...
    NAMING your baby is a pretty big deal. So it's no wonder that parents spend ages thinking of the perfect name for their newborn. 1The baby's name was changed at five-months-oldCredit: Getty But what happens when your change your mind on the name you went with? Well one mum revealed that she decided to change the name of her daughter at five-months-old, but trolls savaged the mum saying both names are just as bad. The mum explained: "For five months her father and I struggled with feeling like Isabeau wasn't the right name for her. "We decided to follow our hearts and change it to something that truly embodies who she is." The parents made 'Isabeau' the baby's middle name instead, and gave her the new first name 'Jovie'. "It feels so right and perfect," the mum wrote. "She gleamed with joy when I called her Jovie for the first time," she added. But Reddit users slammed the mum's name choice, saying the new name was just as bad. Most read in FabulousSERIAL DEATHS Eerie theory around Texas Killing Fields...
    She went on to say that she has always been trolled on Twitter but that she was not willing to give up the platform because she wanted to keep fighting for her left-wing beliefs on social media. "We cant cede that territory now. Its like a turf war," she said. "Thats how I look at it." Musk has denied the allegations of sexual misconduct related to the settlement made in 2018 to a SpaceX flight attendant that made the claims against him. He also called the report about the settlement a "hit piece" meant to dissuade him from buying Twitter, which he later did, and bringing free speech to that platform. Heres the video of Milanos comments on The View:Alyssa Milano Says 20 Years of Being UNICEF Ambassador is "Most Fulfilling Life Work" | The Viewwww.youtube.com
    The flight ultimately had to be diverted to Little Rock, Arkansas, where Agbegninou was removed and detained by federal authorities. The passenger she supposedly bit was likewise removed from the plane and taken to a nearby hospital, where he or she received antibiotics and a hepatitis shot to ward off possible infection. The passenger — whose name, age, and gender have not been released — is said to be a military veteran who has experienced episodes of PTSD and anxiety since the incident and has reached out to a veteran hotline for help as a result. When questioned, Agbegninou told investigators that she left her home alone, without luggage, and without informing her husband. She said she intended to visit a pastor friend in Maryland. She also supposedly admitted to trying to open the plane door and biting the passenger. She claimed that she "had not flown in a long time" and "became very anxious and normally would not have done those things." Agbegninou was eventually arrested and charged with assault within maritime and territorial jurisdiction and interference with...
    Climate change is altering squirrels' sperm - animals living in the Canadian prairies that emerged from hibernation during unusually warm winters were found to 'shoot blanks.' This discovery led a team of researchers from the University of Manitoba to examine the squirrels in hotter African countries, which were determined to grow larger feet due to a warming world. The changes among squirrels, although deemed 'non-lethal,' are warning signs of more considerable consequences potentially ahead that could endanger entire ecosystems. Researchers explained that this 'study adds to the growing that animal morphologies are changing in response to changing climatic conditions, although it remains to be seen whether these changes are adaptive.' Scientists found that male Richard's ground squirrels in Canada were impacted by climate change. Their sperm was non-motile due to waking early during hibernation  RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Smoke on this! Cannabis plants could help fight climate... Covid-like virus is discovered lurking in bats in southern... Share this article Share Jane Waterman, head of the Behavioral, Ecological & Evolutionary Research Lab at...
    President Biden met with congressional leaders of both parties on Tuesday to discuss lame-duck session priorities, including passing legislation to avert a looming rail strike that could devastate the U.S. economy.  'I asked for Congress, whether they'd be willing to come in and talk about what we're going to do between now and Christmas in terms of legislation,' Biden said at the top of the meeting. 'There's a lot to do in resolving the rail strike,' Biden said.  'Congress has to act to prevent it. It's not an easy call, but I think we have to do it - the economy's at risk.'  Biden also said the group would be talking about government funding, which expires December 16.  'We're going to work together to fund, I hope, we're going to fund the government, Covid and the war in Ukraine - all controversial and consequential issues. And we're going to find other areas of common ground I hope, because the American people want us to work together.'   'I'm going to stop there and get started because I'm sure this is going...
    Climate change has made temperatures more unbearable for footballers during the FIFA World Cup in Qatar, new research shows.  According to climate organisation Climate Central, footballers are facing 'unseasonable heat' during the tournament because of global warming.  On Tuesday alone, temperatures are 5.58°F (3.1°C) hotter than normal for this time of year across the whole country – an increase made twice as likely by climate change. This increase will be felt by fans attending the match between England and Wales at the Ahmad bin Ali Stadium in Al Rayyan at 7pm GMT tonight.  Footballers face 'unseasonable heat' in Qatar because of climate change, according to the new research. Pictured, England captain Harry Kane skips past a challenge from the USA's Tyler Adams at Al Bayt Stadium on Friday, November 25, 2022 RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next It's probably NOT coming home! England only has a 7% chance... From AI-powered limb-tracking to a demountable stadium... WORLD CUP 2022 LIVE: England and Wales supporters count down... It's the Battle of Britain! England and Wales fans prepare... ...
    Tens of thousands of sippy cups and baby stainless steel baby bottles are being recalled due to fears they could poison children. The base of these bottles and cups, made by Green Sprouts, can come off and expose a solder dot that contains lead, posing a potential hazard to children. There have been no reports of injuries yet, according to the US Consumer Product Safety Commission, but there have been seven cases in which the base broke. Customers are being urged to apply for a full refund on the $14 to $19 bottles which are sold in Target, Wholefoods and Amazon. High levels of lead exposure in children can cause irreversible brain damage, comas, convulsions and even death, according to the World Health Organization (WHO). 'Children who survive severe lead poisoning may be left with intellectual disability and behavioral disorders,' the agency says. Pictured above are the three bottle types that are being recalled by Green Sprouts, sold for around $14 to $19 each. Customers are being urged to return the bottles or throw them away and apply for a full...
    The Fox News quintet on Monday's edition of The Five dedicated a segment to a report about pharmaceutical heiress Annabella Rockwell that was published in The New York Post on Sunday. Rockwell purported to the tabloid that she "wound up 'totally indoctrinated' into viewing the world as a toxic patriarchy and herself as an oppressed victim — and eventually had to be reprogrammed" while attending Mount Holyoke University in 2011. "This professor tells me about the patriarchy,” Rockwell told the paper. "I barely knew what the word meant. I didn’t know what she was talking about. I wasn’t someone that into feminism. I just knew that I felt I had always been free to do what I wanted. I never experienced sexism. But I was told there’s the patriarchy and you don’t even understand it’s been working against you your whole life. You’ve been oppressed and you didn’t even know it. Now you have to fight it. And I just went down this deep rabbit hole." READ MORE: Fox News wants Halloween canceled over fentanyl On Monday, The Five spun...
    The White House steered away from speaking out against China's response to protesters on Monday, saying it supported anyone's right to peacefully protest - but falling far short of offering solidarity with demonstrators demanding the removal of President Xi Jinping. Earlier Chinese police tightened security at the sites of weekend protests in Shanghai and Beijing. Crowds had gathered in anger over China's zero-Covid policies, and in some cases demanded the removal of Xi.  'We want freedom,' has become their rallying cry.  While President Joe Biden has recently spoken up enthusiastically in favor of protests in Iran, this time officials said he had no plan to comment on China. 'The president's not gonna speak for protesters around the world,' said White House National Security Council official John Kirby when asked about Biden's response to protesters freedom chants.  'They're speaking for themselves ...  'What we are doing is making it clear that we support the right of peaceful protest.'
    The phone rang one afternoon. It was the 1990s and the caller was an assistant of Ghislaine Maxwell, who, while not a friend, was an acquaintance of mine. Ghislaine, I was told, wanted to know if I would have dinner in a London restaurant with Donald Trump. Not keen to end up on the menu myself, I asked who else would be present. ‘You and a few other girls.’ This was the second time I had been importuned by Ms Maxwell. Not long before, Ghislaine had invited a friend and me to Bill Clinton’s hotel suite. The former U.S. President had been visiting England solo and lacked female company. I turned down both invitations, but to say I was surprised would be inaccurate. Of all the women I have known, Ghislaine Maxwell was the most sexually brazen. And as a new Netflix documentary about her downfall reveals, her appetite knew no bounds. I had first met Ghislaine in a fashionable Italian restaurant in Knightsbridge in the 1980s. She was six years older than me (I was 17 at the time),...
    "As a result of the false and misleading representations, the Product is sold at a premium price, approximately no less than $10.99 for eight 2.39 oz cups, excluding tax and sales, higher than similar products, represented in a non-misleading way, and higher than it would be sold for absent the misleading representations and omissions," the lawsuit adds. The lawsuit further claims that Ramirez would not have purchased the product "had she known the truth" about its preparation time. But she will purchase it in the future when "its representations are consistent with its abilities, attributes, and/or composition." The lawsuit accuses Kraft Heinz of violating multiple federal and Florida statues. It seeks to build a class of consumers in Florida, Alabama, Georgia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Utah, New Mexico, Alaska, Iowa, Tennessee, and Virginia who have purchased the Velveeta product. The lawsuit seeks a jury trial and at least $5 million damages, "including statutory and punitive damages, exclusive of interest and costs."What did Kraft Heinz say?The company denounced the "frivolous lawsuit" and said it "will strongly defend against the allegations...
    A federal court in Missouri has denied a 19-year-old woman's request to watch her father receive a lethal injection tomorrow, upholding a state law that prevents under 21s from watching executions.  Corionsa Ramey, 19, filed a petition last week with the help of the ACLU arguing the Missouri law was a breach of her First and 14th Amendment rights. A federal judge said in an order on Friday that disallowing Ramey from watching the execution of her father Kevin Johnson, 37, was not unconstitutional because the state was not treating her 'less favorably than similarly situated people'.  Johnson was sentenced to death for killing a cop in St. Louis in 2005 and is due to be executed on Tuesday November 29. He fatally shot Missouri police officer William McEntee in a fit of rage after the death of his 12-year-old brother hours earlier.  Judge Brian C. Wimes said later in the judgement that states are able to 'discriminate on the basis of age' without offending the Fourteenth Amendment if the age classification is 'rational'.  Disallowing Corionsa Ramey (left), 19, from...
    Donald Trump demanded that Kari Lake be 'installed' as Arizona's next governor six counties prepare to meet the Monday deadline to certify the 2022 midterm election results. With 99 percent of the vote reported in Arizona, there is just 0.6 percent separating Lake from the supposed victor and Democratic opponent Katie Hobbs. But Republican outcry ensued, led by Lake and former President Trump, who claim there was foul play in the midterms due to Hobbs' Secretary of State role, which puts her in charge of Arizona's elections. Malfunctions with voting machines in the state's largest jurisdiction, Maricopa County, also led to doubts over the results, which are separated by approximately 17,000 votes. 'Massive numbers of 'BROKEN' voting machines in Republican Districts on Election Day,' Trump posted to his Truth Social account on Monday morning. 'Mechanics sent in to 'FIX' them made them worse.' 'Kari had to be taken to a Democrat area, which was working perfectly, to vote. Her opponent ran the Election. This is yet another criminal voting operation - SO OBVIOUS,' the former present lamented. Six Arizona counties...
    Getty Images Katie Maloney recalled a recent night out. Katie Maloney is socializing as a single woman following her split from Tom Schwartz earlier this year. The “Vanderpump Rules” star is said to be dating actor Satchel Clendenin, who is 10 years her junior. The two were never Instagram official, and it sounds like they may have broken things off, based on Maloney’s recent Instagram Story. The reality star was out with some friends and was talking to a guy, but things didn’t go as one might expect. As the two were talking, Maloney said that she found him “boring.” Though she was polite, she was just not into the guy and walked away from the conversation. A short while later, someone told her that he wasn’t into her because of her body type. Here’s what you need to know:Maloney Detailed the Night Out on Her Instagram Stories View this post on Instagram A post shared by Katie Maloney (@musickillskate) Read More From Heavy Get Coached Into the Best Shape of Your Life On November 26, 2022, Maloney...