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    House Speaker Nancy Pelosi dodged a question Thursday about whether President Joe Biden should run for re-election in 2024.  'I'm not going to get into the politics about whether the president should run or not,' the top House Democrat told reporters at her weekly press conference.  Before refusing to outright endorse another Biden run, she said: 'President Biden is the president of the United States.'  'He did a great service to our country. He defeated Donald Trump. Let's not forget that,' she continued. 'If you care about the water we breathe, the water we drink, the education of our children, jobs for their families, pensions for their seniors - any subject you can name.'  Pelosi is the latest Democrat to hedge on whether the current occupant of the Oval Office should appear at the top of the ticket in two years.  House Speaker Nancy Pelosi dodged a question Thursday about whether President Joe Biden should run for re-election in 2024
    Dr. Anthony Fauci is inching closer to his December retirement but now the NIH director is saying that he won’t be retiring in the “classic sense.” In a sit-down interview at The Atlantic Festival, Fauci spoke with Deputy Editor of The Atlantic, Ross Andersen. The conversation centered largely on Fauci’s career and his 54 years of experience as the director of the NIH. As the event drew to a close, Andersen asked the question that has been on everyone’s mind… What comes next for Fauci? Back in August, Fauci announced that he would leave his post with the NIH in December to pursue his “next chapter.” Wednesday, the doctor hinted that his future, post-retirement, could see him writing articles or lecturing. But his main focus, he assured, would be inspiring the next generation of medical professionals. “I don’t know exactly what venue, first of all, I’m not gonna retire — as my wife so accurately says, ‘Don’t even think about that.’ I’m gonna rewire as it were. She’s very smart lady and tells me that it’s gonna be...
    AARON RODGERS claimed ayahuasca is not a drug in a speech on Pat McAfee Show. The Green Bay Packers quarterback made his weekly appearance on the popular talk show. 2Aaron Rodgers claimed ayahuasca is not a drugCredit: PAT MCAFEE SHOW 2The Green Bay Packers quarterback appears on Pat McAfee every weekCredit: Getty Images - Getty And he took exception to host McAfee using the word 'drug' to describe ayahuasca. Rodgers admitted this summer that he took a drug called ayahuasca a few years ago on a trip to South America. Ayahuasca has been used as a healing method for thousands of years in Central and South America. It contains a controlled substance which is illegal in the US called Dimethyltryptamine - or DMT. READ MORE ON THE NFLLEGAL HIGH Rodgers' reaction to his Packers teammates' 'ayahuasca' celebration was epicBATTLE OF THE GOATS Tom Brady vs Aaron Rodgers tale of the tape: How the legends compare Rodgers was asked about his teammates performing an ayahuasca celebration against Chicago Bears. And he sounded off about McAfee using the term 'drug'. Rodgers said: "...
    A missing mother sent her daughter a chilling final message, telling her 'they are not going to let me go' before she was found dead - as investigators believe it hints that she may have been kidnapped.  Debbie Collier's tragic body was found in a small, steep-sided ravine on September 11 near a wooded area in Tallulah Falls, Georgia, after being reported missing the day before.  Cops launched a homicide probe after frantically searching nearby woods with a K-9 unit and finding a red tote bag and partially-burned blue tarp. They then discovered the 59-year-old's body nearby. However, investigators at Habersham County Sheriff’s Office revealed the eerie final message the mother sent her daughter before she was found dead, alluding that she was held against her will. Collier, who lived in Athens, Georgia, sent her daughter Amanda Bearden a total of $2,385 on Venmo with the harrowing message: 'They are not going to let me go, love you.'  Debbie Collier, 59, was tragically found dead on September 11 in a wooded area in Tallulah Falls, Georgia, after being reported missing the...
    TYSON FURY and Joseph Parker are BANNED from sparring each other as it is "not going to end well". The heavyweight pair have struck a formidable friendship in recent years and are now training partners. 2Tyson Fury pictured with friend and training partner Andy LeeCredit: Instagram @joeboxerparker Fury even advised Parker to link up with former world champion Andy Lee when the New Zealander was searching for a new coach. But Lee does not allow the duo to spar in camp - as he fears for the worst. Lee told Queensbury Promotion’s YouTube: "No, I don’t let them spar. "It’s two alpha males in that type of environment, you know it won’t end well. READ MORE IN BOXINGWEIGHT FOR IT How boxing is stumbling towards 2 biggest fights in heavyweight history "Someone landing a good punch, the other one trying – it’s not going to end well, so keep them apart.” Parker, 30, has set up base in Britain with Lee and Fury's home training base in Morecombe. The ex-WBO champ is training for...
    THIS is the horror moment the pilot of a US military jet screamed "we're not going to make it" after a bird flew into the aircraft's engine. The incident caused the military plane to crash in a neighborhood in Lake Worth, Texas last year. 5The military jet crashed in Lake Worth, Texas last year 5A bird got sucked into the plane's engine 5The pilot and the student were able to eject themselves before the crash The pilot and a student were conducting a routine training flight heading to Naval Air Station Joint Reserve Base Fort Worth The pair were forced to eject themselves from the T-45C Goshawk jet trainer before the smash. Nearly a year later, dramatic footage released by the US Military reveals the pair's terrifying moments before the crash. As a couple of birds can be seen flying overhead, suddenly one of them gets sucked into the jet's engine. READ MORE ON US NEWSNIGHTMARE END Bodies of 2 family members found as chilling murder-suicide details emergeDEATH MYSTERY Kiely Rodni's cause of death may remain a mystery due to...
    Newly released video from the US Military revealed that a jet pilot and his student hit a bird when their plane crashed into a Texas neighborhood last year.  The video shows the moment a jet trainer from Kingsville was flying with a student pilot on September 19, 2021, over the Naval Air Station Joint Reserve Base Fort Worth.  As birds fly overhead, one suddenly flies low and gets sucked into the jet, prompting one of the pilots to yell, 'S***,' as he braced for an emergency landing at the runway. After alarms blare out in the cockpit, however, the pilot yells, 'We're not going to make it! Standby to eject. Pull up! Pull up!'  The video cuts out just before the jet crashes into a group of homes over the nearby Lake Worth neighborhood.  New video from the US military shows that a jet pilot instructor and a student hit a bird when flying over a Texas suburb last September   The jet immediately went down behind residential homes in Lake Worth, Texas  One of the pilots was reported to be...
    Pro-Putin mouthpieces are beginning to admit that Russia's invasion of Ukraine 'is not going to plan' and that predictions of a quick victory were 'catastrophically wrong'. Boris Nadezhdin, an 'opposition' politician, told a debate show on state television that it is currently 'absolutely impossible' to defeat Ukraine due to Russia's 'colonial war methods'. He also called for Russia to either escalate its war efforts or resume peace talks to bring an end to the bloody war.  But while his criticism of the invasion is inevitable, Mr Nadezhdin's remarks have been backed by Kremlin mouthpieces during the political debate show. It comes amid mounting concerns from pro-government figures over a series of strong Ukrainian counterattacks that have resulted in Russian forces conceding ground in recent days. Political commentator Viktor Olevich, who traditionally backs the Kremlin, told the NTV channel on Friday: 'We’ve been told that everything is going according to plan.  'Does anyone really believe that six months ago the plan was to be leaving [the city of] Balakliya, repelling a counteroffensive in the Kharkiv region and failing to take over Kharkiv?'...
    When hard-right socially conservative Rep. Daniel Webster defeated MAGA Republican Laura Loomer by 7 percent in a GOP congressional primary on August 23, she responded by refusing to concede and claimed, without evidence, that the election was stolen from her. There was no proof that any type of voter fraud occurred in that primary, but that didn’t stop a group of Loomer supporters from filing a lawsuit on her behalf. And according to Daily Beast reporter Will Sommer, one of the Republicans listed in the lawsuit as a plaintiff, Theresa Rinaldi, has demanded that her name be removed from it. Webster is far from a moderate. Because of his extreme social conservatism, Democratic firebrand and former Rep. Alan Grayson slammed him as “Taliban Dan” when they ran against one another in the 2010 midterms (Grayson lost). But 12 years later, ironically, Loomer lambasted Webster for not being far enough to the right and attacked him as a RINO: Republican In Name Only. When Loomer lost to Webster, she declared, on Election Night, “I’m not conceding.” And her supporters, believing her...
    Aaron Rodgers declares he’s not going on Fox News and says his personal medical decisions are driven by common sense and not politics. Rodgers sat down with Bill Maher for the Sunday edition of his podcast, Club Random, to discuss his career and independent views. During the conversation, the pair discussed how both of them have been labeled conservatives since speaking out on the negative effects of Covid policies and vaccines. “So your politics obviously are not very conservative, but I never thought they were. The reason why people say conservative is anytime you get outside the box, including medically,” Maher observed. “If I don’t want to use hand sanitizer or I want to make up my own mind about how many boosters I want to get — zero. Somehow that makes me a conservative,” Maher said. “It doesn’t make me a conservative.” “I was championed by the Right, by my vax status and I’m like — I was getting weekly requests to go on Fox News,” Rodgers revealed. “I’m like, ‘I’m not fucking going on Fox News.’ I’m like,...
    Former President Donald Trump privately told aides he was 'never' going to leave the White House even after his 2020 election defeat, according to a new book. The reported private comments came after Trump refused to concede on election night and after networks called the race for now-President Joe Biden – and as key administration officials held up a transition to the new administration. 'We're never leaving,' Trump told one aide. 'How can you leave when you won an election?' he asked, according to New York Times reporter Maggie Haberman's forthcoming book: Confidence Man: The Making of Donald Trump and the Breaking of America. 'I'm just not going to leave,' he told another aide, in another of his reportedly repeated statements on the subject. 'I'm just not going to leave,' former President Donald Trump told an aide after the 2020 elections, according to Maggie Haberman's forthcoming book. Trump on election night had claimed election 'fraud' The excerpts from the book, obtained by CNN, do not reveal the precise date Trump reportedly made the comments.  But according to Haberman, a well-sourced...
    Immediately after losing the 2020 election, Donald Trump at first seemed to recognize Joe Biden’s historic win, but as time went on he became convinced that the election had been stolen and “repeatedly” told aides he would not vacate the White House, according to a new book by the New York Times’ Maggie Haberman. “I’m just not going to leave,” Trump told an aide, Haberman writes, CNN reports. “We’re never leaving,” Trump told another aide. “How can you leave when you won an election?” CNN adds that “Trump couldn’t decide which path to follow after his 2020 defeat. Haberman writes that he quizzed nearly everyone about which options would lead to success – including the valet who brought Diet Cokes when Trump pressed a red button on his Oval Office desk.” And to Republican National Committee chair Ronna McDaniel, Trump was overheard saying, “Why should I leave if they stole it from me?” While CNN does not specify when Trump falsely decided the election had been stolen, in its on-air report Monday morning it included a November 4 clip of...
    A new excerpt of Maggie Haberman’s upcoming book about Donald Trump says the former president planned to blockade himself inside the White House during mood swings after his 2020 election defeat. CNN obtained a preview of Confidence Man: The Making of Donald Trump and the Breaking of America, which delves into Trump’s refusal to accept his election defeat, plus his numerous efforts to overturn the results. One part describes how White House aides were left confused by what Trump would do next as he promised that he wouldn’t vacate the president’s mansion. “I’m just not going to leave,” Trump told one aide, according to Haberman. The New York Times reporter wrote that Trump told another staffer, “We’re never leaving. How can you leave when you won an election?” Haberman’s book goes on to say that Trump seemed to contradict himself at one point while he was insisting that he wouldn’t leave the White House. She wrote that in the immediate aftermath of the election, Trump seemed to recognize he had lost to Joe Biden, and he was seemingly embarrassed by...
    (CNN)Former President Donald Trump repeatedly told aides in the days following his 2020 election loss that he would remain in the White House rather than let incoming President Joe Biden take over, according to reporting provided to CNN from a forthcoming book by New York Times reporter Maggie Haberman."I'm just not going to leave," Trump told one aide, according to Haberman."We're never leaving," Trump told another. "How can you leave when you won an election?"Trump's insistence that he would not be leaving the White House, which has not been previously reported, adds new detail to the chaotic post-election period in which Trump's refusal to accept his defeat and numerous efforts to overturn the election result led to the January 6, 2021, attack on the US Capitol by pro-Trump rioters.Haberman's book, "Confidence Man: The Making of Donald Trump and the Breaking of America," is being released on October 4. Read MoreThe revelations from the book come as investigators in the US House and the Justice Department probe Trump's refusal to cede power after the 2020 election. The House select committee investigating...
    No disrespect intended for the San Francisco 49ers, but Matt Eberflus said the message he’s preparing for his players prior to Sunday’s season opener at Soldier Field — his first as an NFL head coach — is going to be about his team. The 49ers reached the NFC championship game last season and have top-level talent at most positions, but Saturday night’s team meeting is going to be centered on the program the Bears are working to put in place with a new roster, coaching staff and front office. “To me, it’s about us,” Eberflus said. “It’s about what we’ve done to this point and we’re really going to focus on us. I know you obviously have to focus on the great players that San Francisco has and how you are going to limit them and do the best you can that way, but this all comes down to us.” Season openers haven’t been particularly kind to first-year Bears coaches. Mike Ditka’s run began 40 years ago in 1982 and six others followed him before the arrival of Eberflus —...
    TYSON FURY claimed he will announce his return fight NEXT WEEK - but warned it will not be against Oleksandr Usyk. The unbeaten WBC champion starred in WWE's Clash at the Castle pay-per-view in Cardiff and did so after calling out Usyk. 2Tyson Fury speaking after WWE's Clash at the Castle PPV But with the Ukrainian ruling himself out till next year after recently beating Anthony Joshua, Fury is unwilling to hold out for him. He said: “Usyk was calling me out after his last fight with Joshua, I’ve replied and said let’s do the fight this year, wherever they want to do it. “I’ve been waiting for offers from countries to come forward, and all of a sudden Usyk has stated he doesn’t want to fight any more, he wants to fight next year, not this year. “So, I’m not going to wait around for anybody, I’m announcing a fight next week.” READ MORE IN BOXINGCASH OUT Watch Tyson Fury KO WWE star Theory before paying tribute to Drew McIntyre Fury, 34, appears to have confirmed...
    SOME kids dread going back to school, while others love it - but we often forget teachers can also experience the same mix of emotions about that first day too. The excitement of seeing friends, but also the shock of the early start can create a huge rollercoaster of feelings that can be hard to navigate. 6The first day back after summer can be exciting - and anxiety-inducingCredit: Getty Exam tutor Danielle Baron, 38,  previously worked as a primary schoolteacher and assistant head teacher for over 10 years - so she knows all about that 'first day back' feeling. She says: "Counting down to the first day back brought a barrage of emotions for me; excitement, nerves, apprehension. "Everyone’s feelings will vary about going back depending on what they are currently experiencing at school and their expectations."   Here, she shares what teachers dread about the first day back, and the common mistakes parents all make... Hit the ground running After a summer of a (hopefully) more relaxed way of life, getting back into a proper, rigid routine is...
    Elie Mystal expressed displeasure with President Joe Biden’s address to the country Thursday, as he believed it did not go far enough against “MAGA Republican” voters. Biden spoke for half an hour from Philadelphia’s Independence Hall in a speech where he designated former President Donald Trump and his diehard supporters as extreme. “We must be honest with each other and with ourselves,” Biden said during his remarks. “Too much of what’s happening in our country today is not normal. Donald Trump and the MAGA Republicans represent an extremism that threatens the very foundations of our republic.” Biden added he would not designate all Republicans as a threat to the country, or even “MAGA.” “I know because I’ve been able to work with these mainstream Republicans,” he said. On MSNBC’s All In, Host Chris Hayes discussed the speech with Mystal and former assistant U.S. attorney Maya Wiley. Hayes noted Biden briefly discussed White supremacy near the end of his remarks. Biden said, “No matter what the White supremacists and extremists say, I made a bet on you, the American people, and...
    The White House defended its mass student loan forgiveness program from critics, including several Democrats in competitive races, saying the policy will not please everyone but that "we're giving families a little breathing room." President Joe Biden announced a loans "cancellation" policy on Wednesday that pleased liberals but upset Democrats such as Rep. Tim Ryan (D-OH), who is trying to win a Senate seat and said the policy sends the wrong message to people without a college degree. BIDEN GAMBLES ON STUDENT LOANS BEFORE MIDTERM ELECTIONS "[Biden] wanted to make sure that he gives that little bit of breathing room to Americans who really need it," White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre said when asked about the criticism. "And this was targeted. It was targeted for Americans who are making less than $125,000." Jean-Pierre also mentioned that Pell grant recipients are eligible for up to $20,000 in cancellation, calling that aspect "incredibly targeted" toward borrowers whose parents earned less than $60,000. Conservatives have roundly criticized the loans program, saying it will add at least...
    Even though Donald Trump rails against the 2020 election results on a regular basis, Roger Stone has suggested that the former president’s supporters should move on instead of fruitlessly waiting for that election to be overturned. Stone was known to be entrenched in the #StopTheSteal movement to keep Trump in power after his election defeat, and the Republican political operative has been under scrutiny for his connections to the events of January 6. However, in an interview with the Epoch Times, Stone recommended that Trump’s supporters move on from the ex-president’s loss in 2020. “I know this upsets a lot of Trump supporters, but the 2020 election is not going to be rewound. It’s not going to be addressed,” Stone said. “People who have power never relinquish power. I would be more concerned with the integrity of the next election.” Stone punctuated his point by saying if Republicans sweep the midterms and take control of Congress, they would be able to investigate Hunter Biden, the FBI’s search at Mar-a-Lago, and “Russian collusion can be revisited.” Stone has railed against Trump...
    The Salesforce Tower, left, and the Salesforce West office building in San Francisco, California, U.S., on Tuesday, Feb. 23, 2021.David Paul Morris | Bloomberg | Getty Images
    The FBI deliberately dragged its feet on the Hunter Biden investigation and told agents not to look into the Hunter Biden laptop, according to new whistleblowers who spoke with Sen. Ron Johnson.   Johnson, R-Wisc., sent a letter to DOJ Inspector General Michael Horowitz on Tuesday bringing forth the new whistleblower claims.  'Recently, my office heard from individuals with knowledge of the FBI’s apparent corruption,' Johnson said.  'After the FBI obtained the Hunter Biden laptop from the Wilmington, DE computer shop, these whistleblowers stated that local FBI leadership told employees, "you will not look at that Hunter Biden laptop" and that the FBI is "not going to change the outcome of the election again,"' Johnson wrote to Horowitz.  Johnson is demanding Horowitz look into the FBI's handling of the Hunter Biden laptop.  'While I understand your hesitation to investigate a matter that may be related to an ongoing investigation, it is clear to me based on numerous credible whistleblower disclosures that the FBI cannot be trusted with the handling of Hunter Biden’s laptop,' Johnson said.  'I hope you understand that the longer...
    President Joe Biden will speak to Ukrainian President Volodmyr Zelensky on Thursday, a senior official announced on the country's independence day, but still has no plans to visit. Details of the call emerged after British Minister Boris Johnson made his third trip to wartime Ukraine. During his visit he saw his name engraved on a plaque marking the 'Walk of the Brave' celebrating politicians who have stood with Ukraine against Russia, forcing the White House to face questions about why Biden has yet to make the trip. John Kirby, National Security Council coordinator for strategic communications, said Biden would speak to Zelensky by phone on Thursday. 'This is the latest in a  string of the conversations he has had with President Zelensky,' he said. 'Secretary Blinken has travelled to Kyiv. Secretary Austin has travelled to Kyiv. 'As you know we have an ambassador there as well.  'We have good connectivity with our Ukrainian counterparts. 'And look, if and when a trip by the president makes the most sense then clearly we'll appropriately consider that.' President Joe Biden returned to the...
    "Students who are found participating in these lifestyles will be asked to leave the school immediately," the email continued. McKeen highlighted that the school does not permit unmarried heterosexual students to be overtly sexual. "God condemns any sexual activity outside of marriage," McKeen told Fox News. "I tell people, if a kid came in the doors, exclaiming how he was having sex with his girlfriend, that student would be expelled as well." McKeen pointed out that the policy of not allowing LGBTQ students to attend has been in place since the school began 49 years ago. McKeen added that the email was sent out so parents could "agree to all policies and procedures before your student may start school in August." McKeen rejected requests for comment from NBC News. McKeen defended his school's policies following some backlash from the NBC News article. McKeen – who has served the Grace Community Church for more than 20 years – released a video addressing the alleged controversy. "I chose not to talk to the reporter, because usually based...
    US President Joe Biden being welcomed by Saudi Arabian Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman at Alsalam Royal Palace in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia on July 15, 2022.Anadolu Agency | Anadolu Agency | Getty Images U.S. President Joe Biden's administration on Friday refuted claims that a forthcoming visit by Chinese President Xi Jinping to Saudi Arabia signals America's waning influence in the Middle East, insisting that the U.S. is "not going anywhere." Tim Lenderking, U.S. special envoy for Yemen, said that diplomatic visits by other global powers were to be expected, but said that the U.S. had asserted its commitment to the region following a visit by Biden in July. "The major message that the president brought to the region is that the United States is not going anywhere," Lenderking told CNBC's Hadley Gamble. Reports emerged Thursday that Xi is to arrive in Saudi Arabia next week for a meeting with Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman — the Chinese premier's first official foreign visit since 2020 — as Beijing and Riyadh seek to consolidate ties. China's foreign ministry on Thursday neither confirmed...
    Steve Martin, 76, revealed in a new interview that he may retire from acting after a legendary showbiz career stretching back to the 1960s. He currently stars on the Hulu sitcom Only Murders In The Building alongside Martin Short and Selena Gomez, but he will not pursue more roles after the series ends. 'When this television show is done, I’m not going to seek others. I’m not going to seek other movies,' he told The Hollywood Reporter in a new profile. 'I don’t want to do cameos. This is, weirdly, it.' What if: Steve Martin, 76, revealed in a new interview that he may retire from acting after a legendary showbiz career stretching back to the 1960s; he is pictured this June However he has now not been in a non-documentary feature film since the 2016 Ang Lee movie Billy Lynn's Long Halftime Walk. Martin and Short, carried along by their longtime close friendship, have been touring together since 2015 and released a Netflix special together. 'I think Steve learned the joy of collaboration,' Short said in the new profile of Martin....
    According to MSNBC’s Lawrence O’Donnell, there is no massive outrage about Donald Trump’s Mar-a-Lago property being searched by the FBI and all the proof you need is that no literal wars broke out the following day. Opening The Last Word on Tuesday evening, O’Donnell first read a short fundraising email from Trump seeking political donations and mocked the former president for not stirring up greater outrage after breaking news of the raid, which is reportedly related to classified documents being taken from the White House, though online speculation is that it is connected to the January 6 investigation. “Well, nothing happened today. Donald Trump broke the news last night about the FBI raid on his Florida home in the desperate hope that it would provoke coast to coast outrage by Trump supporters, a national uprising by Trump supporters, but nothing happened. There was no uprising,” O’Donnell said. The anchor referenced a tweet from conservative comedian Steven Crowder — referred to by O’Donnell only as an “empty headed Trump supporter” — in which Crowder reacted to news of the raid by...
    Meet Mikey! The poor piglet was attacked by a dog and was not doing well when Arthur’s Acres Sanctuary found him. Despite the vet visits and steep bills that would be required, the sanctuary just could not give up on him and let him be euthanized. Source: GeoBeats Animals/Youtube After undergoing brain surgery, it was finally time for Mikey to go see his new home. It will be a long road to recovery, but there is no better place for him to heal than at a loving sanctuary surrounded by compassionate people all rooting for him. “He sleeps in bed with me every night because I felt like he never got that nurturing from his mother. And he needed to heal and feel the nurturing, he needed to fight for his life,” said Arthur’s Acres Sanctuary. Despite the neurological challenges that Mikey faced throughout his recovery, he didn’t let that slow him down. He loves running around his backyard, playing in the grass, and enjoying watermelon, his favorite snack. Arthur’s Acres Sanctuary is a  501(c)3 non-profit animal sanctuary...
    CNN Legal analyst Elliot Williams said Alex Jones will remain a prominent figure on the fringe right after he was ordered to pay victims of the Sandy Hook massacre a total of $49.1 million this week. Jones was sued by families of murdered school children following the 2012 school shooting. The conspiracy theorist for years argued the victims were either actors or never existed at all. The InfoWars founder and host admitted in civil court this week elementary school children killed in December 2012 were “real.” He was ordered to pay for the emotional turmoil he put their parents through. Jones was ordered to pay $4.1 million in compensatory damages Thursday for defaming grieving mothers and fathers. That sum rose by another $45.2 million in punitive damages Friday afternoon as the trial wrapped. Jones complained he was near-broke on his website Thursday. That is debatable, given expert testimony Friday the conspiracy theorist might be worth up tp $270 million. No matter Jones’ net worth, Williams argued on CNN Friday night he is not going anywhere, and in fact might experience...
    Sen. Joe Manchin (D-WV) refused MSNBC’s Andrea Mitchell multiple times Tuesday as she asked him if he intends to support another White House bid for President Joe Biden in 2024. At one point during an interview about the Inflation Reduction Act of 2022, the moderate Democrat from West Virginia shouted he was finished with questions about the issue. On Andrea Mitchell Reports, the host changed the subject from legislation to Manchin’s relationships with fellow Democrats. She cited recent interviews in which the senator has been hesitant to support members of his own party. “Let me ask you to expand on something you were discussing with Chuck Todd on Meet the Press on Sunday, where you said – you did not say whether you would back Democrats in the midterms. You said you would decide based on individual candidates,” Mitchel said. She asked, “Would you support Joe Biden if he’s on the ticket in 2024 as the democratic president seeking re-election?” Manchin did not appear pleased by the question. “Let me make it very, very clear,” he said.  “This is the most,...
    Kevin Dietsch/Getty Images Fox News White House Correspondent Peter Doocy questioned President Joe Biden on the stability U.S. economy, to which Biden denied claims that a recession is on the horizon. Doocy regularly sparred with the former White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki and has begun doing the same with the current Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre. On Monday, Doocy was able to pose a question to Biden directly via video conferencing, as a result of the President’s Covid-19 diagnosis. Doocy asked how concerned the general public should be about the possibility of a recession, to which Biden replied, “We’re not going to be in a recession, in my view.” NOW – Biden: “We’re not going into a recession.” pic.twitter.com/KMCKN1gf7g — Disclose.tv (@disclosetv) July 25, 2022 CNN’s Kaitlan Collins reported that Biden also added, “God willing, I don’t think we are going to see a recession.” “We’re not going to be in a recession,” President Biden tells reporters, saying he hopes the economy goes from rapid growth to steady growth. “God willing, I don’t think we are going to see...
    Each Friday, One Green Planet brings you the week’s top news. For those who don’t have a lot of time to look through the news each day, this is will be a great resource and an easy way to catch up! Here you’ll find different categories of news, a synopsis of the top stories, and links to each article published during the week. 1. Animal Rights and Welfare News Source: Graeme Snow/Shutterstock As always we had a ton of news to cover in the world of animal rights and welfare. This week we saw happy and hopeful stories, as well as some grim and depressing ones. Some of the more notable stories included Hotel Launches Animal Mindfulness Program, Norway and United States Continue to Experiment on Endangered Whales Despite Backlash, Cat Lost in Airport for Three Weeks Before Being Rescued, 21 Dogs Rescued Just Days Before Turning Into Soup for South Korea’s ‘Bok Nal’ Season, Hero Dogs Receive Awards for Their Extraordinary Contributions to Society, The Land of Ahimsa: New Documentary Explores ‘Ahimsa’ and Nonviolence Towards All Living Things, Two Neglected Tigers Saved From Abandoned Roadside...
    Vinnie Zuffante/Michael Ochs Archives/Getty Images Classic rock icon Pat Benatar is no longer singing her hit song “Hit Me With Your Best Shot” following the country’s recent spate of mass shootings. Benatar, 69, spoke to USA Today in a recent interview about her long career and a recent tour. Asked specifically about recent sets and song lineups, Benatar divulged she has axed her 1980 hit song and one of the tracks that will soon land her in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. “We have what we call the ‘holy 14,’ songs that if we don’t play them, you’ll give us (a hard time),” she said. “And we’re not doing ‘Hit Me With Your Best Shot’ and fans are having a heart attack and I’m like, I’m sorry, in deference to the victims of the families of these mass shootings, I’m not singing it.” Benatar added: I tell them, if you want to hear the song, go home and listen to it. (The title) is tongue-in-cheek, but you have to draw the line. I can’t say those words out loud with...
    A SOUTH African man almost missed out on a mammoth £4.9 million lottery jackpot after he refused to take a call from an unknown number. The man, whose identity has not been revealed, said he would continue to work in the financial industry, despite becoming a millionaire overnight this week. The Pretoria winner spent R7.42 - the equivalent of £7.42 - on a Powerball lottery ticket online through the First National Bank (FNB) app before manually choosing his numbers. But when the FNB tried to contact him the next morning, he ignored the call, thinking it was a telemarketing company trying to hawk a service or product. He eventually picked up his phone, he realised he had won the lottery, as FNB bank officials checked his bank details while on the phone. “I was excited, extremely happy. I have been playing the lottery games since my university days, so it has been many years, and this is the first time I won any jackpot,” the man said. READ MORE IN WORLD NEWSHUNT FOR VLAD'S SUBS Navy scrambles warship to...
    Dorn's wife, Ann Dorn, revealed, "I cried when I heard him say guilty on murder first, all of the stress that had been built up, just released." "Once he retired as a policeman, I never thought I would get that knock on the door," she said. Ann said, "I'm very thankful to the jurors who saw the truth and all the evidence. And I want to thank Marvin Teer for doing a phenomenal job in prosecuting the case." "I don’t want to say we can move on," Dorn's widow added. "There’s never going to be full closure, but it brings us peace." “Dave always said only certain black lives matter,” said Ann – who served as a police officer for 28 years. “He became a perfect example of that.” Ann empathized with Cannon's family, "Nobody wins in this. They’ve lost a son and a brother. So, I feel her pain as much as I felt when he took Dave." Ann believes her husband would have done anything to help Cannon or any of the other looters. "For the young...
    New York Times correspondent and noted “Trump Whisperer” Maggie Haberman defended Secret Service amid the deleted text scandal by pointing out they did tell then-President Donald Trump they wouldn’t bring him to the Capitol with the rioters. On Tuesday’s edition of The Lead, host Jake Tapper spoke with Haberman and CNN White House correspondent Kaitlan Collins about the suspicions raised by the Secret Service’s deletions of text messages from Jan. 5th and 6th, 2021. The text scandal has led to chatter of a cover-up, and to that point, Tapper and Collins noted the unusual political nature of Tony Ornato‘s role in the Trump administration. But Haberman came to the defense by pointing out that Ornato and Trump’s protective detail refused to take him to the Capitol: JAKE TAPPER: We should just point out how unusual it is for a Secret Service agent to be asked to join the political staff of a White House, which is what happened with Tony Ornato, who became one from head of the president’s detail to deputy White House chief of staff, which is a political job. KAITLAN COLLINS: And...
    This couple was enjoying their long road trip when they suddenly saw a dog get hit by a car going 75 mph down a mountain highway outside Knoxville. “When we went back to pick her up, she was barely alive. But she was alive! It was a miracle she made it through the night,” her rescuers said. @brittaneykate Meet my hero♥️ #rescuedog #dogsofttiktok #rescueanimals ♬ State Lines – Novo Amor After spending a few days fighting for her life at the vet, they called her rescuers to say that she had started having seizures and was completely immobile. Although the vet told them they might want to start saying their goodbyes, they knew in their gut she was a fighter and was not ready to give up just yet. Instead of saying goodbye, they decided to have her transferred to a neurologist, where they could hopefully help her recover. @brittaneykate Reply to @badatadulting2 blown away by all of the support we received on our last video???? thank you thank you thank you♥️ #ditched her neck brace today and...
    The global chip shortage will continue, and consumers will have to pay for it, an analyst from the International Data Corporation said.Sasirin Pamai | Istock | Getty Images The global chip shortage is not over yet, and the war in Ukraine continues to put a strain on supplies of important parts needed, one analyst told CNBC Tuesday. "The semiconductor supply is not going to increase immediately. There are a lot of raw materials, gases, which were required for production of those semiconductors," Vinay Gupta, the International Data Corporation's Asia-Pacific research director told CNBC's "Squawk Box Asia." Citing supply chain challenges due to Russia's war in Ukraine, Gupta said the two countries capture a large part of the market share, with Russia and Ukraine being the largest exporters of krypton — a gas used in the chip production. Neon is also critical for the chipmaking process and is used for lasers, known as lithography, where machines carve patterns onto tiny pieces of silicon made by the likes of Samsung, Intel and TSMC. More than half of the world's neon is produced...
    WITH the World Cup just FOUR months away, the line-up for the biggest tournament in football is almost complete. But plenty of big names saw their World Cup dream end, including Liverpool talisman Mohamed Salah whose Egypt team fell in qualifying. 3A best XI of players NOT going to the World Cup 3Salah failed to guide Egypt to back-to-back World Cup finalsCredit: AP And here SunSport have formulated a best XI of players who will be watching this year's World Cup finals from home... or the beach. Leading the line for the best XI not at the World Cup is Borussia Dortmund superstar Erling Haaland. He might be one of the most prolific strikers on the planet, but Haaland's Norway could only finish third in their qualifying group. Captained by Arsenal man Martin Odegaard, another to make the XI of stars not going to the World Cup, Norway finished behind both the Netherlands and Turkey. Read More SportROAD TO GLORY World Cup group stage draw simulated as England pitted against rivals Germany In an attack heavy team, Salah...
    Bill OLeary/Getty Facts matter: Sign up for the free Mother Jones Daily newsletter. Support our nonprofit reporting. Subscribe to our print magazine.Two months after monkeypox reemerged in the United States this year, health officials and physicians are reporting delays and limited availability of tests, vaccines, and treatments against the virus. For many working in healthcare, it’s déjà vu. At the start of the Covid pandemic, you may recall, the federal government struggled to provide Covid testing across the country. (My colleagues put together an extensive timeline of the Trump administration’s early pandemic response, or lack thereof, here.) But unlike Covid, monkeypox isn’t new to the world (it’s considered endemic in parts of Africa). So at least in theory, the US could have been well-prepared for an outbreak. Now, monkeypox has infected about 1,500 people across the country, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, with hotspots in New York, California, and Illinois. So far, the virus has spread primarily among men who have sex with men, but the CDC cautions that anyone who has close contact with someone...
    PLACERVILLE (CBS13) — A large home in Placerville is going viral for the massive and unusual amount of storage space it possesses. A 3D house tour on Zillow shows that the three-bedroom, five-bathroom 4,400+ square-foot house has cabinets that occupy most of the walls. READ MORE: Hughson Man, 54, Dies After SUV Overturns Off Highway 99 In TurlockThat isn’t the oddest feature of the home. READ MORE: Friday’s Mega Millions Jackpot Grows To $480M, 10th Largest In Its HistoryThere is a 2,000-square-foot library that the sellers called “The Room” that includes floor-to-ceiling shelves that span the entire length of every wall. There is also a ballet studio and an interesting metal door. MORE NEWS: Man Dead After Officer-Involved Shooting In Modesto; No Officers InjuredThe house is currently listed for $1,050,000.
    A BEAUTY lover with long nails has revealed the two things she is not able to do - and no, it's not going to the toilet. When it comes to long and glam nails, most people tend to assume that they're impractical and will leave you unable to perform daily tasks. 4The beauty lover can do almost everything... apart from two daily tasksCredit: TikTok/@scarlet_may.1 4Scarlet took it to TikTok to reveal what it's like living with long nailsCredit: TikTok/@scarlet_may.1 But according to Scarlet May, a young woman from the US, this is not the case - she is able to do just about anything... apart from two things. The popular TikTok user took it to her social media page to explain how she still functions with long nails ''while being a bad bi*h''. ''I can do anything, but I will admit there's two things I cannot do,'' she said in the viral video. The first task she now finds a struggle is opening canned drinks. read more beauty storiesLASHED OUT Lash tech proudly shows off her £250 lashes but trolls...
    House Speaker Nancy Pelosi asserted that she was not going to negotiate a more narrow abortion rights bill that could potentially get through the Senate, asked why she was pushing through a second vote on a bill that pro-choice Senate moderates have already said is too broad.  'We're not going to negotiate on a woman's right to choose. Senators Murkowski and Senator Collins may have their view, but it is not one about a woman having the right to decide. So we're not negotiating that, no,' Pelosi said in her weekly briefing Thursday.  On Friday the House is set to take its second vote on the Women's Health Protection Act after passing the measure in February. The bill failed the Senate in May.  The 2021 version of the Women's Health Protection Act (WHPA), led by California Democratic Rep. Judy Chu, failed in a procedural vote 51-49.  The bill would have needed 60 votes, 10 from Republicans, to pass, but failed to garner even a simple majority as Sen. Joe Manchin, D-W.Va., voted against it, as did pro-choice Republican Sens. Lisa...
    JERUSALEM (AP) — Biden: US ‘not going to wait forever’ for Iran to rejoin nuclear deal, day after saying use of force is last resort. Copyright © 2022 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, written or redistributed.
    Philadelphia Phillies catcher J.T. Realmuto remarked on Tuesday that he won’t let Canada dictate what he should do with his body in not wanting to get vaccinated against Covid-19 ahead of playing the Toronto Blue Jays on their own home turf. Canada requires foreign travelers to be vaccinated against Covid in order to enter the country. “How do you feel about it, I guess? Some people would say you’re letting your team down,” said a reporter to Realmuto. “Teammates have supported you, though. So how do you feel about it?” Realmuto called the matter “an extremely unfortunate situation.” “It’s an extremely unfortunate situation. Obviously my teammates know how I feel about them and how bad I want to be out there with them,” he said. “But it’s just an unfortunate that I’m not able to make the trip.” Another reporter asked Realmuto what his “reservations” are with the Covid vaccine. “I’m a healthy 31-year-old professional athlete that I just didn’t feel the need to get it,” he said. “I’ve had Covid a couple times and super mild symptoms back when...
    LEBRON JAMES has claimed if he was in the same position as incarcerated basketball star Brittney Griner, he'd question coming back to America. The LA Lakers star, 37, was asked about Griner's plight during a Season Five taping of HBO's The Shop. 6LeBron James is one of the guests on HBO's The Shop 6The NBA star weighed in on Britnney Griner's incarnation in Russia 6Griner recently pleaded to drug charges after bringing two vape cartridges into the countryCredit: AP 6The WNBA star faces a potential ten-year jail sentenceCredit: AP The Olympian and Phoenix Mercury player has been held in Russia for over 100 days after bringing two vape cartridges containing cannabis oil through a Moscow airport. She pleaded guilty to drug charges and could potentially face up to ten years in jail. The US State Department has classified her as wrongfully detained, with President Joe Biden recently writing her a letter after meeting with Griner's wife Cherelle. But NBA superstar LeBron doesn't appear to believe the US has done enough to bring their citizen home. Read More On...
    One of the few reporters who reviewed the entire 77-minute footage of the May 24 shooting at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas, told CNN on Monday that the surveillance video “totally continues to intensify questions about the overall response that awful day.” Eighteen children and two adults were killed in the shooting. Appearing on At This Hour With Kate Bolduan, Austin American-Statesman reporter Tony Plohetski described what he saw on the video: I think it is as wrenching as people probably suspect it would be. It’s 77 minutes and you actually see the gunman entering the campus and entering the school, walking down a hallway, armed with his AR-15. And then you hear a hail of gunfire as he enters the classroom. About two-and-a-half minutes later you see a group of law enforcement officers enter the same hallway. They actually proceed down to that room and there is an exchange of gunfire at that point. And you see the police officers actually getting blown back, one of them actually touches his head. I think he believes that maybe he has...
    OAKLAND — In the moments before 33-year-old Slai’On Carter was shot and killed with her own pistol during an early morning argument last December, she pleaded with her attacker not to hurt her, according to witness testimony. “I’m not going to hurt you, I’m going to kill you,” Renee Colvin, 31, allegedly replied, according to two eyewitnesses who both said she uttered the words in a “demonic” voice. What happened next capped off a hellish night for a group of friends that included multiple fights and shootings, and ended with four hours of police questioning following Carter’s death. Colvin was charged with murder in January, and details about the homicide came out at her preliminary hearing last May. “I am struggling to find a motive, other than extremely poor judgment based upon alcohol and cocaine,” Judge James Cramer said at the preliminary hearing, before ordering Colvin to stand trial. He later added, “I can’t explain why this tragedy occurred.” Carter, a transgender woman whose friends knew her as Nikai, was gunned down around 4 a.m. on Dec. 3, inside a...
    Petunia’s Rescued Friends, an Animal Rescue in Castroville, Texas, was on its way to the vet after rescuing a puppy that had been abandoned in a dumpster when she almost stopped breathing on the car ride there. Without knowing what had happened, they had to instantly pull to the side of the road and help her. In a TikTok video with a whopping 4.4 million views, they miraculously got the whole rescue on video! @petuniasrescuedfriends Miss Toubles needs prayers. She is 1 of 6 puppies found at 10 days old in a dumpster. #SickPuppy #PrayersNeeded #AnimalRescue #FYP #ForYouPage #CPR ♬ You’ll Be in My Heart – Brent Morgan Often when puppies are in respiratory distress, swinging is a technique that can help resuscitate them, as shown in the viral TikTok video. By holding the puppy tightly and swinging them towards the ground, gravity will hopefully clear their mouth and throat, allowing them to breathe properly again. @petuniasrescuedfriends Reply to @mammyrapp Troubles made it through the night and her coughing fits are getting shorter and farther apart! Still not...