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    There’s no denying it: puppies are adorable. With their wiggly bodies, clumsy footing, and their adorable puppy breath, it’s easy to understand why everyone gushes over them. Having a puppy is exciting, and from teaching a child about responsibility to wanting a “certain” type of dog, many people like to buy puppies, instead of adopting from their local shelter.  A dark past comes with dogs from puppy mills. Puppies that are bought from pet stores almost exclusively come from large-scale commercial dog breeding operations, also known as puppy mills. There are between 2,000 and 3,000 USDA-licensed breeding facilities (puppy mills) in the United States. However, this number does not take into consideration the number of breeders not required to be licensed by the USDA or the number of breeders operating illegally without a license. The size of these facilities varies from having only a few breeding dogs to having a thousand. Even though it’s difficult to get an exact number of how many puppy mills in the United States, the miserable lives of these dogs are certain. Rescuers have consistently...
    When everyone’s got their eyes on a recipe, you know it must have something special that you will want to try! That’s the case for these 10 vegan viral recipes that went viral last week. They’re some of the best, and trust us when we say that you don’t want to miss out on these incredible viral recipe creations from our bloggers! We also highly recommend downloading the Food Monster App  — with over 15,000 delicious recipes it is the largest plant-based recipe resource to help you get healthy! And, don’t forget to check out our Popular Trends Archives! 1. No Bake Walnut Brownies Source: No Bake Walnut Brownies This recipe would be wonderful to make ahead and have tucked away in the freezer. When unexpected guests show up at your door, pull out a tray of these No Bake Walnut Brownies by Zuzana Fajkusova and Nikki Lefler and be prepared to wow everyone. 2. Lemon and Pineapple Strawberry Swirl Cheesecake Source: Lemon and Pineapple Strawberry Swirl Cheesecake The flavors of this Lemon and Pineapple Strawberry Swirl Cheesecake by Natalie...
    Adam Devine took to Instagram on Friday to remind fans not to confuse him with Adam Levine. The Pitch Perfect star, 38, joked about being mistaken for the lead singer of Maroon 5, 43, who was recently accused of cheating on his Victoria's Secret model wife Behati Prinsloo, 34, by multiple women.  Devine shared a snap of himself with his wife, saying, 'Just want to post this and say my wife @chloebridges and I are doing great and going strong. I am not Adam Levine. He’s a different guy and a worse singer.’ Funny guy: Adam Devine took to Instagram on Friday to remind fans not to confuse him with Adam Levine, who was recently accused of cheating on wife Behati Prinsloo; Pictured 2020 Devine took another jab at the multi-platinum frontman, who was first accused of infidelity with an Instagram model named Sumner Stroh last week, adding, ‘We are however naming our future baby Sumner.’ RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next He's been busy! Adam Levine texting scandal twist as... 'It's like he searched "how to sext" on...
    Donald Trump Jr. and other members of the GOP are outraged as the media remains 'totally silent' over the death of a Republican teenager who was ran over by a 'liberal extremist.' Cayler Ellingson, 18, was mowed down by Shannon Brandt, 41, in North Carolina after attending a street dance party on Sunday. Brandt previously told State Radio that he got into an altercation with the teenager about politics and believed Ellingson was part of a 'Republican extremist group.'  'An 18-year-old conservative is murdered by 41-year-old leftest and the media is totally silent,' Trump Jr. wrote on Twitter.  'No connection to Joe Biden and his insane speech of just 2 weeks ago… it’s as though it never happened & doesn’t matter. Of course Trump would not get that benefit b/c our media is broken!'  Don Jr. referenced Biden's 'Soul of the Nation' speech in Philadelphia on September 1, where the president slammed Donald Trump and characterized 'MAGA Republicans' as a threat to democracy. Conservatives have criticized the media's double standards and silence in covering the Republican teenager's death after Biden inflamed...
    Getty Teresa Giudice “Real Housewives of New Jersey” star Teresa Giudice is a contestant on “Dancing with the Stars” season 31. In the premiere episode, she danced the tango with her partner, Pasha Pashkov to the song, “We Found Love” by Rihanna. During the performance, the Bravo personality paid homage to a scene in the RHONJ season 1 finale, where she flipped a table.  RHONJ alum Kim DePaola shared her thoughts about Giudice appearing on “Dancing with the Stars” during a September 2022 episode of the “Behind the Velvet Rope” podcast. She shared that she will tune in to watch her former castmate perform.  “I’m going to watch it, I will not vote for her, but I’m going to watch her. And I hope she goes a long way because I think she’s going to do well,” stated the fashion designer.  She then suggested that she did not believe Giudice was intelligent enough to excel at dancing.  “The only problem is she is not very bright, you know a couple french fries short of a Happy Meal. How...
    The United States Air Force Academy recently circulated promotional information among its cadets for the Brooke Owens Fellowship, which specifically bans 'cisgender men' from applying. The email sent on September 14, encourages cadets to apply to the program, which states: 'If you are a cisgender woman, a transgender woman, non-binary, agender, bigender, two-spirit, demigender, genderfluid, genderqueer, or another form of gender minority, this program is for you. 'If you are a cisgender man, this program isn’t for you...but we encourage you to check out our spinoff programs, the Patti Grace Smith Fellowship and the Matthew Isakowitz Fellowship Program.' A concerned Air Force cadet shared the email because, he told Fox News, 'It's a little worrying that we have more briefs about D&I than briefs about foreign adversaries, emerging technologies or current events across the world.' The fellowship, which has existed since 2017, commemorates the late Owens - a pilot and space policy expert - who died at the age of 35 of breast cancer in 2016.  The program provides young people, who are not cisgender men, with paid internships and...
    A Los Angeles news anchor has been fired after going off-script and calling out his own television station live on air over the departure of his beloved co-anchor. Mark Mester, of KTLA, was first suspended and then given his marching orders Thursday after binning a pre-prepared script and launching an impassioned apology to 'best friend' Lynette Romero, who had left the station a few days earlier. 'I want to start off right now by offering up an apology to you,' Mester said live on air Saturday. 'What the viewers experienced was rude, it was cruel, it was inappropriate and we are so sorry. The station had announced the departure of Romero, a long-serving and popular host of the weekend morning show, without giving her an opportunity to say goodbye to viewers, much to their outrage. Mark Mester, (right) of KTLA, was first suspended and then given his marching orders Thursday after binning a pre-prepared script and launching an impassioned apology to 'best friend' Lynette Romero, (left) who had left the station a few days earlier Station employees told the Los...
    Gwyneth Paltrow has opened up about owning her past mistakes, embracing her aging body, and learning to set boundaries ahead of turning 50 this month.  The Goop founder, whose milestone birthday is on September 27, penned a candid essay about her past and her hopes for her future that was published on her lifestyle website on Thursday.  Paltrow reflected on the regrets and mistakes that still keep her up at night, saying that she hopes she has 'learned from them all.'  'I have hurt people, never intentionally, but I have done so just the same. I have let people down by not being who they needed me to be. I have betrayed myself to keep the peace,' she wrote.  Gwyneth Paltrow penned a candid essay about her past and her hopes for her future ahead of her 50th birthday on September 27 The Goop founder (pictured in 1996) reflected on the regrets and mistakes that still keep her up at night, saying that she prays she has 'learned from them all' 'I have crossed lines, the thoughts of which sometimes...
    SAN JOSE – Russian-born NHL players like Sharks forward Alexander Barabanov may not be welcomed inside the Czech Republic for the league’s Global Series next month in Prague. The Sharks and Nashville Predators, who play two regular-season games against each other on Oct. 7 and 8 at O2 Arena, have been told by the Czech Foreign Ministry that their Russian-born players will be spurned because of their country’s invasion of Ukraine earlier this year. “We can confirm that the Czech Foreign Ministry has sent a letter to the NHL to point out that, at this moment, the Czech Republic or any other state in the (visa-free) Schengen zone should not issue visas to the Russian players to enter our territory,” Czech Deputy Foreign Minister Martin Smolek said in a statement to the Associated Press. Barabanov, 28, was born in St. Petersburg and has developed into one of the Sharks’ most valuable wingers since he was acquired by the team from the Toronto Maple Leafs late in the 2020-2021 season. Last season, Barabanov had 39 points in 70 games as he...
    A career coach has revealed the things you should and shouldn't say when asking your boss for a raise - and shared tips on how you can ensure you're being paid the amount you deserve. Sam DeMase, an author and entrepreneur from New York who has started her own course on job confidence and self-advocacy, spoke out about the three 'key steps' that you can take while requesting a salary increase at work via TikTok recently - and her expertise quickly went viral, gaining thousands of views along the way. According to Sam, the most important thing is to be well prepared before approaching your boss about a raise. A career coach has revealed the things you should and shouldn't say when asking your boss for a raise - and shared tips on how you can ensure you're being paid the amount you deserve Sam DeMase, an author from New York who started her own course on job confidence, spoke out about the three 'key steps' that you can take while requesting a salary increase According to Sam, the most...
    Scientists have found a way to repair fibers damaged fibers in the spine that do not repair themselves after significant injury in what could be a major step towards reversing some forms of paralysis. A team from the Imperial College London, in England, were able to stimulate the regeneration of axon fibers in the spine of mice three months after they had suffered a devastating spinal injury that left them unable to walk. These fibers have no regenerative properties and will  While the mice did not regain their ability to walk, this is the first time doctors have been able to repair these fibers in the spine, opening the door for further research into fixing damage caused by spinal cord injury (SCI). An estimated 300,000 Americans are suffering from SCI, with around 18,000 cases being recorded each year. While physical therapy and other forms of treatment can help a person slowly regain some function, there are not reliable ways to repair a damaged spine and cure a person's SCI-related paralysis. Researchers found that the molecule TTK21 could repair axons in...
    JP Morgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon said in no uncertain terms that his bank will not stop financing the production of fossil fuels. 'Absolutely not, and that would be the road to hell for America,' Dimon said on Wednesday, in a clash with Michigan Democrat and Squad member Rashida Tlaib. Tlaib asked banking executives to respond ‘yes' or ‘no’ to whether or not they have a policy 'against funding new oil and gas products' - to meet their collective pledge to work towards net zero emissions by 2050. In response to Dimon's resounding no, Tlaib advised citizens to remove their accounts from the banking giant.  'Sir, you know what, everybody that got relief from student loans [that] has a bank with your bank, should probably take out their account and close their account,' she said, referencing President Joe Biden's plan to forgive up to $20,000 in student loan debt. 'The fact that you're not even there to help relieve many of the folks that are in debt, extreme debt because of student load debt, and you're out there criticizing it.'  The congresswoman...
    About a fifth of the migrants being bussed from El Paso to New York allegedly want to travel to the Big Apple and are not being transported against their will.  Blake Barrow, CEO of the El Paso Rescue Mission charity, said his organization has been overwhelmed by the influx of migrants crossing the border illegally, but the immigrants have been more than happy to take up Texas Gov. Greg Abbott's offer to bus them to New York City.  'About 20% of them want to go to New York,' Barrow wrote in an open letter on Wednesday. 'The city has been chartering busses to New York to assist those desiring that destination.  'I am not aware of anyone being placed on a bus to New York who did not want to go there.'   A group of Venezuelans, who recently crossed to the U.S. from Mexico, walk together after receiving food and other aid from a good Samaritan on September 20, 2022 in El Paso, Texas
    Testosterone levels are important for both men and women to consider, not just to buff up and stay strong but also to support our body’s natural growth hormone, a key hormone to keep our bodies youthful and energized. Testosterone also supports our libidos, our mood, and our levels of motivation and drive. Though women don’t want too much testosterone, a little is important to ward off excess estrogen that can lead to depression, weight gain, hormonal changes, or just an overall imbalance of sex hormones in the body. And men, of course, are always looking to improve their testosterone levels to help build muscle, stay strong, and support their male livelihood which the big T word is often associated with. Nutrients That Boost Testosterone Levels Key nutrients needed to boost testosterone in the body are amino acids (protein), zinc, B vitamins, omega-3 fatty acids, and an overall anti-inflammatory diet. These nutrients are found in both plant-based and animal-based foods, but there’s no reason to think that one needs to eat steak, eggs, chicken, fish, or drink milk to boost testosterone....
    In this article HOODFollow your favorite stocksCREATE FREE ACCOUNTA woman holds a smartphone with the Robinhood logo in the background.Rafael Henrique | Sopa Images | Lightrocket | Getty ImagesShares of retail brokerage Robinhood popped Thursday after a report that U.S. regulators would not ban payment for order flow, a key part of the company's business model. Bloomberg News reported that the Securities and Exchange Commission would stop short of banning payment for order flow, though the regulatory agency may still make rule changes that could lower the profitability of the practice. Shares of Robinhood were up more than 8% in premarket trading. Payment for order flow is a controversial practice that effectively allows market makers and brokerage firms to split the profit made on trades from retail customers. It is a key source of revenue for Robinhood and other low cost brokerage firms, and it helps them offer trading with no up-front cost. SEC Commissioner Gary Gensler has been critical of the practice, questioning whether the payment relationships between market makers and brokerage firms was hurting the execution price...
    Director Olivia Wilde set the record straight about her boyfriend and Don't Worry Darling co-star Harry Styles supposedly spitting on Chris Pine. Video surfaced earlier this month of the Don't Worry Darling cast taking their seats before the world premiere screening at the Venice Film Festival, when some surmised from Pine's reaction to Styles taking his seat next to Pine, that Styles spit on Pine. Both Styles and Pine's reps denied the incident took place - with Styles even joking about it at a concert - with Wilde, 38, confirming on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert that the incident now known as 'spitgate' simply did not happen. Pugh has since skipped the New York City premiere screening earlier this week, where Styles made headlines for hugging a fan in a wheelchair. Don't Worry Darling opens in over 4,000 theaters this weekend, with box office projections claiming it could debut between $20 million and $24 million. Wilde will next be seen on the big screen in Damien Chazelle's Babylon, as part of an all-star cast including Brad Pitt, Margot Robbie...
    Former President Donald Trump appeared in an interview with Fox News' Sean Hannity on Wednesday night and slammed President Joe Biden for 'dismantling' his achievements in the White House.  Trump listed his accomplishments while he was President and said he was 'so proud' of what his administration did, including tax and regulation cuts, energy independence and the border wall.  Former President Donald Trump appeared on Fox News in an interview with Sean Hannity to discuss New York AG Letitia James and the current Biden administration He went on to say 'we did things nobody ever thought possible' and then tore into Biden and his current administration when they 'came along and just dismantled that.' He said Biden's reluctance to deal with the border crisis has allowed an influx of drugs into the country, and said 'we were doing great, and now you've got drugs pouring into the country at a level that nobody has seen. Trump claimed 'we had drugs down 19% from what they were the previous year' and also said the border crisis has allowed 'millions' of people...
    THIS skincare expert has revealed her Holy Trinity of anti-aging skincare products and they are simpler than you think. Abbey Yung on TikTok shared her three go-to skincare products. 2This skincare expert revealed her top three favorite products for flawless skinCredit: TikTok 2These products are simple to use such as putting on sunscreen dailyCredit: TikTok "There's no smoothing filter on this. This is my real skin. I don't have a ring light on me and I'm 28 years old," Abbey said in the video. "That's not old but at the same time I didn't protect my skin from the sun growing up and didn't start religiously wearing sunscreen until a few years ago." She added: "So, based on that I should have a lot more damage than I do, but I have found what I consider to be the holy trinity of skincare." First you will need antioxidants. "Antioxidants are a must," Abbey said. Read more on skincareBACK IN TIME Skincare changes I’d make if I could go back in time - my skin looks betterFACE THE FACTS I’m a...
    Cholesterol is an important part of heart health to be aware of with each meal and snack you choose. Though it sounds like a complicated part of our health, it’s a pretty simple one. Cholesterol is produced in the liver, primarily by saturated fats, which is one reason a diet high in saturated fats (from animal-based foods and refined veggie oils) is said to be harmful to your heart health. Cholesterol travels through the blood via the arteries, which is why a high cholesterol diet can lead to clogged arteries that prevent proper blood flow to your heart, leading to heart disease and even diabetes. Your body can use fats from your diet to produce cholesterol on its own, which makes added (dietary) sources of cholesterol something you’ll want to avoid to lower bad cholesterol (LDL) and raise good cholesterol (HDL). This is one reason why a plant-based diet is now being advised as the best diet to eat for overall heart health and longevity. Plant-based foods also improve liver function and also provide antioxidants to support the immune...
     Juul Labs, the vaping company blamed for much of the crisis gripping the nation's teens, has sued the U.S. Food and Drug Administration over the agency's refusal to disclose documents supporting its order banning the company. In a complaint filed on Tuesday, Juul accused the FDA of invoking the 'widely abused' deliberative process privilege to improperly withhold scientific materials that are 'central' to understanding the basis for the June 23 sales ban. Juul said the materials would show whether the FDA conducted a legally required balancing of the public health benefits and risks of its products. The materials would let the company see the findings of whether they help smokers quit cigarettes, and whether the agency's reasoning was scientifically sound. 'The public deserves a complete picture of the scientific facts behind one of the agency's most controversial and closely scrutinized decisions in recent years,' Juul said. Vaping titan Juul has sued the FDA for allegedly withholding the scientific documents used to justify the banning of the company  Juul has been blamed for creating a public health crisis, especially among the...
    If you've ever searched for something innocuous on YouTube but ended up in a rabbit hole of extreme or distasteful content, then you're familiar with the frustrations of the platform's algorithms.  A new report from Mozilla, the nonprofit behind the Firefox browser, shows that YouTube's in-app controls - including the 'dislike' button and 'not interested' feature - are ineffective.  Researchers used data gathered from RegretsReporter, which is its browser extension that allows people to 'donate' their recommendations data for use in studies.  The report relied on over 567 million videos from 22,722 users in all and covered a time period from December 2021 to June 2022. If you've ever searched for something innocuous on YouTube but ended up in a rabbit hole of extreme or distasteful content, then you're familiar with the frustrations of the platform's algorithms A new report from Mozilla, the nonprofit behind the Firefox browser, shows that YouTube's in-app controls - including the 'dislike' button and 'not interested' feature - are ineffective Out of the four main controls that Mozilla tested, only 'don't recommend from channel' was...
    Dr. Anthony Fauci cautioned Joe Biden that 'we are not where we need to be' a day after the president declared the pandemic 'over.'  The declaration comes just months after Fauci likened the COVID-19 pandemic to 'more of an endemic situation' in August, but the doctor is now saying it depends on 'how we respond' to the variants.  'We are much better off now for a number of reasons that you mentioned, but we are not where we need to be if we're going to be able to quote 'live with the virus' because we know we're not going to eradicate it,' Fauci, 81, told Jay Stephen Morrison, the senior vice president of Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) on Monday.  'How we respond and how we're prepared for the evolution of these variants is going to depend on us.'   Just a day earlier, Biden, 79, declared that the 'pandemic is over,' despite admitting directly after that the US 'still has a problem with COVID.'  'We're still doing a lot of work on it,' Biden said as he strolled...
    The United States Federal Drug Administration has stepped in to warn reckless teens about the latest social media trend - cooking chicken in NyQuil. The revolting recipe, sometimes referred to as 'sleepy chicken,' gained enough popularity early this year that the FDA was prompted to put out a statement on the chicken specifically, and more broadly the way parents allow their children to interact with social media. According to a recent statement from the FDA, 'One social media trend relying on peer pressure is online video clips of people misusing nonprescription medications and encouraging viewers to do so too. 'These video challenges, which often target youths, can harm people – and even cause death.' Some users claim the recipe helps with cold symptoms or falling asleep in the middle of the night. The FDA, however, has taken a strong anti-position on colorful poultry preparation method: 'The challenge sounds silly and unappetizing — and it is. But it could also be very unsafe. Boiling a medication can make it much more concentrated and change its properties in other ways. 'Even if...
    Matthew McConaughey has said he refused to let being blackmailed into having sex when he was 15 and drugged and molested by a man when he was 18 'beat him'. The Dallas Buyers Club star, 52, previously shared the harrowing accounts in his autobiography, Greenlights, and has now detailed the conversations he had with his father that informed him that this was not how anyone should be treated. Speaking on Amanda de Cadenet's The Conversation: About the Men podcast, he said of his parents' lessons on sexual intimacy and respect: 'Well, I had been taught, been guided by my parents about respect for a woman, respect for the relationship, respect for sexual intimacy, respect for space. Speaking out: Matthew McConaughey has said he refused to let being blackmailed into having sex when he was 15 and drugged and molested by a man when he was 18 'beat him' 'My dad had always had this thing when he taught us the birds and the bees, he sat me down talking the birds and the bees. "You're getting that age you kiss?" and...
    Queen Elizabeth's groom Terry Pendry has revealed his pride and honour at taking the Her Majesty's favourite horse Emma to say a final farewell to her at Windsor Castle. In touching scenes beamed around the world, 24-year-old Emma stepped out to greet the Monarch for the last time, as the royal hearse arrived in Windsor yesterday. Mr Pendry was seen bowing his head as he held Emma, while the hearse carrying the Queen drove past. He had placed a head scarf on the saddle as Her Majesty rarely wore a riding hat. Speaking exclusively to MailOnline Mr Pendry, 72, who has been head groom at Windsor for 28 years and regularly rode with the Queen revealed how she had ridden Highland Fell Emma the last time back in July. Queen Elizabeth's groom Terry Pendry took Her Majesty's favourite horse Emma to pay their respects yesterday. He revealed the Queen went for a horse ride in July Emma, the monarch's fell pony, stands as the Ceremonial Procession of the coffin of Queen Elizabeth II arrives at Windsor Castle  Terry Pendry respectfully...
    Staying up late at night can cause fat to build up in a person's body, and put them at an increased risk of developing type 2 diabetes as a result, a new study finds. Researchers at Rutgers University, in New Brunswick, New Jersey, found that night owls were at an increased risk of developing the life-altering condition because of the impact their abnormal sleep schedule has on their metabolism. People who wake up earlier in the day are more likely to use fat as an energy source when resting or exercising than their counterparts. As a result, fat build-ups are less likely among 'early birds' - making disease less likely as well. This study adds to an increasing body of research linking sleep timing and environment to the development of diabetes. A Northwestern University study published earlier this year found that having a light source present while sleeping could increase a person's risk of developing the disease that affects around ten percent of Americans. Researchers found that early risers are less likely to suffer from diabetes than night owls as...
    Former NFL great Herschel Walker admits he’s “not that smart” as he seeks to downplay expectations for his upcoming Georgia Senate debate with Sen. Raphael Warnock (D-Ga.) The Republican retired football great claimed he’s just a bumpkin who wouldn’t have a chance of out-talking the erudite Warnock when they spar face-to-face on Oct. 14. “I’m a country boy… He’s a preacher,” Walker said. “(Warnock) is smart and wears these nice suits.” Walker, who starred for the University of Georgia and the National Football League, warned supporters not to expect much from him when the pair face off. “He is going to show up and embarrass me at the debate,” Walker said. “I’m just waiting to show up and I will do my best.” Walker has run a rocky campaign and has faced attacks over his previous violent threats against his ex-wife. He suggested climate change couldn’t be real. He also admitted failing to acknowledge three children from former relationships, even though he often speaks about the importance of Black men being responsible fathers. Walker, who grew up in rural Wrightsville,...
    A DIY haircut generally isn't advised, unless you're going for a choppy and messy look. But one woman decided to take the risk and attempt to give her locks a refresh on her own - but that's not what's got everyone talking. 4Marie showed off her before look on her TikTok accountCredit: tiktok Posting the hair transformation on her TikTok account, Marie Reynolds wowed viewers with her shapeshifting abilities. The hair lover started the clip with messy locks and a make-up free look. But by the end of the video, which has racked up a whopping 2.9 million views, she looked like a completely different person. She wrote: "I do not condone you cut your own hair, but I just have not had the time or got the time to get to the hairdressers at the moment and I have a few events to go to. Read more on hair and beautyHAIR ME OUT Beauty lovers go wild over a £1.50 product that gives your hair instant volume "I went to the gym and thought sod it I will...
    Although incumbent Democratic Sen. Raphael Warnock and Republican challenger Herschel Walker — the main candidates in Georgia’s 2022 U.S. Senate race — have exchanged plenty of barbs, they haven’t had a formal debate. But that will change on Friday, October 14, when Warnock and Walker have agreed to debate one another. Warnock, often described as a great public speaker, is expected to outperform Walker in the debate. But Walker may have a trick up his sleeve: setting expectations low and then overperforming. In an interview with the Savannah Morning News, Walker admitted that Warnock is a better speaker — and he wasn’t shy about making self-deprecating comments. READ MORE: New analysis explains how Herschel Walker’s struggles could threaten GOP chances of winning the Senate “I am getting out talking to people and talking to you (referring to the media),” Walker told the Morning News. “I'm a country boy. I'm not that smart. He's a preacher. (Warnock) is smart and wears these nice suits. So, he is going to show up and embarrass me at the debate October 14,...
    (Photo by James Gilbert/Getty Images) Republican Georgia Senate candidate Herschel Walker offered an amusingly blunt assessment of his debate skills, telling a local newspaper “I’m not that smart” and predicting that his opponent, incumbent Sen. Raphael Warnock (D-GA), would “show up and embarrass me.” Walker was heavily criticized by his primary opponents for being a no-show at their debate, but won the primary anyway. He and Warnock are scheduled to debate in front of a live audience in Savannah on Oct. 14, finally agreeing to the terms after a lot of back-and-forth between the campaigns. Like several other GOP candidates who won their primaries with the backing of former President Donald Trump, Walker has struggled to get traction in the general election. The Heisman winner’s penchant for getting his name in headlines for all the wrong reasons — from his many inexplicably bizarre comments to the troubling allegations that he threatened his ex-wife at gunpoint to the revelations he had multiple “secret” children — aren’t helping his chances. The Savannah Morning News’ Latrice Williams interviewed Walker about the upcoming debate, and asked him...
    WEST HAM manager David Moyes shut down a reporter for getting what he deemed as too personal. The Scot, 59, amusingly snapped back after a journalist began his question in a press conference addressing him using his nickname "Moyesy". 1David Moyes fumed on the touchline at Goodison ParkCredit: Alamy MOYESY?! F**KING HELL! | David Moyes shuts down reporter that calls him "Moyesy" pic.twitter.com/FhqybklPHG— BeanymanSports (@BeanymanSports) September 18, 2022 Moyes began to laugh and replied: "F***ing hell, I don't think we are that close." His reaction came after his Hammers side were defeated by his former club Everton 1-0. It continues a slow start to the season for West Ham as they sit 18th in the table with just four points from seven matches. Some fans of the Irons were less than impressed with Moyes' comeback with one commenting on Twitter: "He's lost the plot." READ MORE IN FOOTBALLJOR DROPPING Fans love Pickford as he watches Everton beat West Ham in Stone Island jumperEUR WELCOME Classy moment Silkeborg give West Ham fans free beer ahead of European clash While another...
    When everyone’s got their eyes on a recipe, you know it must have something special that you will want to try! That’s the case for these 10 vegan viral recipes that went viral last week. They’re some of the best, and trust us when we say that you don’t want to miss out on these incredible viral recipe creations from our bloggers! We also highly recommend downloading the Food Monster App  — with over 15,000 delicious recipes it is the largest plant-based recipe resource to help you get healthy! And, don’t forget to check out our Popular Trends Archives! 1. Ultimate Sticky and Gooey Cinnamon Rolls Source: Ultimate Sticky and Gooey Cinnamon Rolls The ultimate sticky and gooey cinnamon rolls stuffed with a mixture of toasted and sweet nuts & seeds. These Ultimate Sticky and Gooey Cinnamon Rolls by Taavi Moore are drizzled with a maple glaze. I assure you these will be your latest obsession. 2. Coffee Cake Source: Coffee Cake This Coffee Cake by Hannah Sunderani is a must-try! It’s sweet, moist, and cinnamony with a gorgeous streusel...
    Earlier in the week, Robert Saleh said this is not the same old Jets team. Now it’s time for Saleh’s team to prove it on the field in a game Gang Green has to have. The Jets (0-1) will visit the Cleveland Browns (1-0) on Sunday in a critical Week 2 game. And after a lifeless offensive performance in a 24-9 loss to the Baltimore Ravens in last week’s season opener at MetLife Stadium, things don’t get any easier this week. “Offensively, their O-line is very good,” Saleh said when asked to scout his next opponent. “They have arguably the best one-two punch at running back between [Nick] Chubb and [Kareem] Hunt. [Browns offensive line coach] Bill Callahan, and [head coach] Kevin Stefanski, they do a good job as anyone in creating issues in the running game. “Defensively, they’re fast, they’re physical, their front is a problem. They’ve done a really good job schematically. Myles Garrett is hard to deal with. This is a very good roster and they’ve done a good job building it and it’s going to be...
    Getty Bears defensive coordinator Alan Williams is preparing for the Packers. The NFL’s oldest rivalry will see another chapter written Week 2 when the Chicago Bears head to Lambeau Field to take on the Green Bay Packers. The Bears are fresh from a 19-10 upset over the San Francisco 49ers on September 11, while the Packers fell to the Minnesota Vikings Week 1, 23-7. After Green Bay’s surprise loss, many analysts are questioning whether Rodgers can get on the same page with his young receiving corps. The reigning MVP completed 22 of 34 passes for 195 yards, no touchdowns and an interception Week 1, but Bears defensive coordinator Alan Williams isn’t buying what the national media has been selling about Rodgers and the Packers.Williams on Rodgers: We Have to Play a Complete Game to Beat HimThe last time Chicago make the trek to Green Bay, Rodgers and company racked up 439 total yards of offense. Rodgers threw for 341 yards and four touchdowns, and Green Bay won in convincing fashion, 45-30. Williams knows his defense won’t be able to...
    Technical specifications are similar to the rest of the T7 series. There is a USB-C connection to the USB 3.2 Gen2 standard at 10 Gb / s; It is enough to allow up to 1050 MB / s in continuous reading and up to 1000 MB / s in writing. The warranty is 3 years, with no specific specification on write tolerance. The Samsung T7 Shield comes with two 45cm USB-C cables, one with USB-C connector and the other with USB-A. In use, we discovered an unusual design flaw with this type of case: USB-C cables cannot be fully inserted, and once the case is handled it can lead to an incomplete hold and USB disconnection. Questionably, a USB-C connector sits far behind the plastic facade. A particularly disappointing point from Samsung. Data security software Samsung Portable SSD Plus software The Samsung T7 Shield offers to protect the data stored with an encryption system. Samsung Portable SSD Plus software (Windows, macOS and Android) enables on-the-fly security activation and deactivation. The app is unfortunately basic and doesn’t offer to protect just...
    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...
    Ever wondered what your dog is thinking when it gazes at the TV, seemingly fascinated by the News At Ten?  Scientists have discovered that your pooch probably isn't focused on Huw Edwards specifically, but more what the people on screen are doing. Study dogs at Emory University in Georgia, USA had their brains scanned by an MRI machine while watching a half-hour video of stimulating content. This included clips of dogs running around, humans interacting with each other,  vehicles passing by, and a cat in a house. Data from the MRI was fed into an artificial intelligence (AI) called Ivis, which correlated brain activity with whether an action or object was shown on screen. Results showed that dogs are vastly more visually attuned to actions in their environment, rather than who or what is performing those actions. Scientists have found that dogs are vastly more visually attuned to actions in their environment, rather than who or what is performing those actions (stock image) Study dogs at Emory University in Georgia, USA had their brains scanned by an MRI machine while watching...
    Since launching last year, BeReal has quickly become one of the most popular social media apps among youngsters, who are enticed by the 'anti-Instagram' ethos. The app prompts users to take an unfiltered photo every day via the app's camera, which snaps a selfie and a photo using the rear camera simultaneously. Rather than letting users endlessly retake their photos to catch their best angle, the app gives users just two minutes to get the shot. With the surge in popularity, it was only a matter of time before rival apps began to copy the simple premise. This week, TikTok announced a copycat tool called TikTok Now, while Instagram confirmed last month that it is testing its own Candid Challenges feature. TikTok announced the new TikTok Now feature in a blog on its website this week BeReal prompts users to take an unfiltered photo every day via the app's camera, which snaps a selfie and a photo using the rear camera simultaneously What is BeReal? BeReal was created by Alexis Barreyat, a developer based in Paris. The premise is simple...
    Chrissy Teigen has revealed that her late son Jack's passing in September 2020 was the result of a life-saving abortion, not a miscarriage as she originally stated. The wife of John Legend, 36, explained that she made the 'difficult decision' to terminate the pregnancy at 20 weeks after coming to terms with the fact that she nor Jack would likely survive. 'Let's just call it what it was: It was an abortion. An abortion to save my life for a baby that had absolutely no chance. And to be honest, I never, ever put that together until, actually, a few months ago,' confessed Chrissy, according to THR. The couple had previously said that Jack died as a result of complications caused by a partial placental abruption, which is when the placenta detaches from the womb depriving the baby of oxygen and causing heavy bleeding in the mother. Explanation: Chrissy Teigen has revealed that her late son Jack's passing in September 2020 was the result of a life-saving abortion, not a miscarriage as she originally stated; Chrissy seen in March Chrissy...
    CNN's Don Lemon is celebrating the network's latest shakeup that will see him lose his primetime gig to co-host the new morning show with Kaitlan Collins and Poppy Harlow.  Speaking on Thursday night, Lemon dubbed the change a promotion and insisted that the network wasn't making him change his left-leaning views after a wave of firings in the network against journalists overly critical of Donald Trump and the GOP.  'This is not someone saying you must move to the right, Don Lemon, and must not give so much of your perspective. None of that has happened,' Lemon said. 'All of that is Fodder for Twitter.  'I was not demoted. None of that,' he added. This is an opportunity. This is a promotion.  'This is an opportunity for me to create something around me and I get to work with two great ladies.'  Along with Harlow and Collins, the trio's production is set to replace the 'New Day' show hosted by John Berman and Brianna Keilar that runs from 6 to 9am.   Don Lemon (left)  claimed Thursday night that losing his primetime...
    Erik McGregor/LightRocket via Getty Images Fight disinformation: Sign up for the free Mother Jones Daily newsletter and follow the news that matters.On September 8, Queen Elizabeth II passed away. Since then, there has been a global outpouring of grief as Brits mourn the death of their longest reigning monarch.  However, I hope that in this time of grief, we can also take a moment to self-reflect. Recently, I’ve noticed a lot of people and publications using the term “rest in power” in lieu of the traditional “rest in peace” to memorialize the queen. Most notably, E! News used the term to eulogize the 96-year-old monarch in a now deleted tweet that read: “The end of a royal era. Rest in power Queen Elizabeth II.”  And they got criticized. Heavily. Hundreds of Twitter users called out the online magazine’s tone-deaf wording, noting that the turn of phrase is associated with racial and social justice movements and that it’s not really appropriate in this context. At first glance, what E! News did may not seem like a big deal. The queen was,...
    The Mets’ subpar September has propped the door open for Atlanta to take the division from them. That much has been known for a while, even before the calendar flipped and added an extra scoop of tension to every game. What was unknown, at least before this week, was how much Buck Showalter was paying attention to the buoyant Braves. Asked on Monday if he ever sneaks a glance at his phone to check the standings, Showalter had a perfectly Showalter answer. “I don’t ever check my phone unless it rings, okay?” This is Showalter’s 21st season as a big-league manager. He’s been in nearly every situation a manager can draw up, whether it’s guiding a team through a tight race during the season’s final weeks, being in charge of a 100-win team that has things wrapped up with time to spare, or overseeing a 47-win laughingstock as he did in his final year with Baltimore. With the Mets holding a white-knuckle grip on their half-game lead in the National League East, every day is a new opportunity for the...
    Tony La Russa planned to watch Tuesday’s game against the Colorado Rockies from a suite at Guaranteed Rate Field. He’ll do likewise Wednesday as the Chicago White Sox continue on without their manager, who hasn’t received medical clearance to return. “He’ll be watching in person and obviously won’t be managing and not in uniform,” Sox general manager Rick Hahn, who is recovering after testing positive for COVID-19, said in a video conference Tuesday. “As for if and when that may occur, we simply don’t have that information at this point and in the end we’re going to understandably follow the advice of medical experts on this one. “So far, for this series and over the foreseeable future, we’re preparing the way we have over the last two weeks. So far it’s going well and (acting manager Miguel Cairo) and the coaches deserve a ton of credit, as do the players.” The Sox won 4-2 on Tuesday for their 10th victory in 14 games since Aug. 30, when the team announced La Russa would not manage at the direction of his...
    Twitter’s former chief security officer testified on Tuesday before U.S. lawmakers, accusing his former employer of “misleading the public, lawmakers, and even its own board of directors.” “I’m here today because Twitter leadership is misleading the public, lawmakers, and even its own board of directors,” Peiter “Mudge” Zatko testified in his opening statement after lawmakers like Sen. Chuck Grassley (R-IA) expressed concern over the state of security at Twitter. According to Zatko, who worked for the company from 2020 to 2022, Twitter is a decade behind “industry security standards.” The former employee said he identified two major problems while at the company, both of which were presented to executives and ignored. The first problem, Zatko testified, is a lack of tracking what exact data Twitter has. “They don’t know what data they have, where it lives or where it came from, and so unsurprisingly, they can’t protect it,” he said. This problem feeds a bigger concern, Zatko added. “The employees then have to have too much access to too much data and too many systems,” he said. Boiling the two...
    The Carnegie Mellon professor who wished the late Queen an 'excruciatingly painful' death, said her job at the prestigious university is safe despite her outrageous sentiments. 'From what I've been told, there is no plan to sanction or fire me, and my job is not in jeopardy. My university leadership showed very clearly they did not approve of my speech; however, they stand in firm support of my freedom of expression on my personal social media,' wrote Uju Anya, an applied-linguistics professor at the Pittsburgh college, in a Monday evening Twitter thread. 'I am not in battle with Carnegie Mellon University. As the letters of support from the students, faculty, staff, and others in my university community clearly show, I am wanted and I belong here.'  After learning of the dire state of the Queen's health last Thursday, Anya tweeted, 'I heard the chief monarch of a thieving raping genocidal empire is finally dying. May her pain be excruciating.' The Queen's death at age 96 was announced later that same day.  Anya now says she does not believe her employer - Carnegie Mellon...
    He came all the way from darkest Peru and charmed an entire country—even its queen—after being found in Paddington Station with a label attached to his collar: “Please look after this bear. Thank you.” But now that Queen Elizabeth has gone, Paddington Bear is no longer welcome. In fact, he’s a distinctly unwelcome bear. British authorities published a lengthy guidance document Wednesday advising the estimated three-quarters of a million people expected to queue up to see the late queen’s closed coffin as she lies in state in London’s Westminster Hall on what they should expect, how they should behave, and what they should and shouldn’t bring. And there on the pictogram of banned objects, alongside the hammers and padlocks and whistles and fireworks and folding chairs, is a rather sad-looking teddy bear. PoW_Prohibited_items_GovUK_960x640-01bDepartment for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport It’s not wearing a blue duffel coat or a floppy red hat, but there can be no mistaking which particular bear the parliamentary authorities are targeting. Hard stare. The Paddington snub is all the more hurtful for the fact that earlier...
    HOT flushes, cold flushes, anxiety, rage, bleeding gums, forgetfulness and even electric shocks – just some of the crippling signs that you might be perimenopausal or menopausal. But the 13million UK women going through menopause are also dealing with another debilitating issue – loss of libido. 6Davina McCall has decided that enough is enough – women should not have to suffer in silence any moreCredit: PROVIDED 6Davina has written a book with Dr Naomi Potter called MenopausingCredit: PROVIDED Around 40 to 55 per cent of women going through menopause suffer low sex drive. TV favourite Davina McCall has decided that enough is enough – women should not have to suffer in silence any more. Her latest book, Menopausing, written with Dr Naomi Potter, is a one-stop shop for any woman who wants to know more about the perimenopause or menopause. Davina, 54, who is a supporter of The Sun’s taboo-smashing Fabulous Menopause Matters campaign, says: “I was 44 when it started. Read More on Menopause GET CHECKED I thought my night sweats were down to the menopause - the truth...
    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?'...
    North America's rarest snake has been seen for the first time in four years, but this rim rock crowned snake was found choked to death by a giant centipede it attempted to swallow whole. The interlocked creatures were found by a hiker in John Pennekamp Coral Reef State Park in Key Largo, Florida and CT scans showed the arthropod was one-third the size of the snake that had engulfed about 75 percent of it. The team also found a small wound on the snake's side that was likely from the centipede's powerful venomous pinchers, which sparked a debate about whether the snake died from the poison juice or was choked to death. Researchers at the Florida Museum of Natural History were 'flabbergasted' by the discovery, which is also the first time humans have observed the rock crowned snake's eating habits. The rim rock crowned snake is only found in Florida, but the last time it was seen was 2018. One was spotted by a hiker in the Keys, but this creature was dead with a giant centipede lodged in its...