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    A female hunter is facing the wrath of thousands on social media after she proudly displayed the carcass of a dog she killed and skinned on social media, mistaking the animal for a baby wolf. The woman, Amber Rose of Miller City, Montana, reportedly posted the troubling photos showing off the brutalized young husky on Friday, claiming the animal was a wolf and touting the kill. Almost instantly, an army of angry dog-lovers pointed out that the slain creature was not a wolf pup, but in fact a much smaller Siberian husky - causing a wave of backlash that has since spurred an investigation from the local sheriff. The disturbing and graphic images show Rose, who was accompanied on the hunting trip in Montana's Flathead County with her hunter husband Frank Tallent, showing off the skinned husky with a Cheshire Cat-like grin. Both Rose and Tallent have since defended their actions saying the kill was perfectly legal an act of self defense, while also bizarrely claiming it was in fact a mistake. Tallent, meanwhile, launched an expletive-laced rant at the waves of...
    The No. 3 Republican in the Senate said Sunday that he doesn't think a president can declassify documents simply by 'thinking about it' - after the former president made the bold claim in an interview last week. Rep. Adam Schiff, a Democratic critic of Trump's who is investigating him on the January 6 select committee, put it even more bluntly: 'Those comments don't demonstrate much intelligence of any kind.' Trump's defense against accusations that he knowingly took classified documents from the White House when he left office last year raised eyebrows during an interview last week with Fox News primetime host Sean Hannity. He told the conservative host that the documents seized by the FBI during an unannounced search of his Mar-a-Lago mansion were declassified because he deemed them so with his mind. Senator Republican Conference Chair John Barrasso was asked about the claim during his own interview, with ABC News' This Week on Sunday. 'I've not heard that one before,' Barrasso told host George Stephanopoulos. 'I’ll tell you, in terms of national security documents, we have to always use...
    ABC News’ George Stephanopoulos cornered Senator John Barrasso (R-WY) into admitting he disagrees with Donald Trump’s claim he could declassify sensitive documents merely by thought. Speaking to Barrasso on Sunday for ABC’s This Week, Stephanopoulos asked the senator about the former president’s attempt to defend himself for keeping top secret documents at Mar-a-Lago. After repeatedly pushing his dubious claim that the Mar-a-Lago documents were declassified, Trump took his claims to a new level last week when he told Fox News’ Sean Hannity on Wednesday that presidents can declassify by just “thinking about it.” Trump’s claim has been dismissed by his fellow Republicans, and Stephanopoulos noted that the former president’s lawyers are struggling to make that claim in court. “Even his lawyers have provided no evidence that he declassified the documents,” Stephanopoulos said. Asked if he agrees with Trump’s claims about declassifying by thought, Barrasso answered “I’ve not heard that one before” before digressing in protest of the FBI’s search for the documents at Mar-a-Lago. “I don’t know anything about the rules for when a president declassifies documents and information,” he...
    Republicans are not sending us their best. Thanks to a crop of Trumpy primary winners, Republicans are effectively conceding seats that could be winnable with better candidates. Let’s start in Michigan, where news broke this week that Trump-endorsed House candidate John Gibbs argued against women’s suffrage while in college. But other than that, he’s…still weird. Gibbs’ other “greatest hits” include calling Democrats the party of “gender-bending,” defending an antisemitic Twitter feed, and advancing the theory that Hillary Clinton’s campaign chairman John Podesta participated in a satanic ritual (no wonder Democrats boosted his candidacy). Gibbs won the nomination by defeating first-term incumbent Republican Rep. Peter Meijer, whose unpardonable sins were voting for Trump’s second impeachment and accepting the results of the 2020 election. Before that, Republican Rep. Justin Amash (whose unpardonable sin was voting for Trump’s first impeachment) held that seat from 2011-2021. Aside from Amash switching to the Libertarian Party in his final year in office, a Republican has occupied Michigan’s 3rd Congressional district since 1993. “Trump’s support elevated unelectable candidates like Majewski, and Kevin McCarthy did nothing to...
    Appearing on MSNBC's "The Katie Phang Show," former U.S. Attorney Barbara McQuade claimed that Donald Trump's actions following the search at his Mar-a-Lago resort that led to the discovery of boxes of stolen documents have made it difficult for the DOJ to not file charges against him. Speaking with the host, McQuade stated that the search of Mar-a-Lago likely would have gone unnoticed if Trump hadn't taken to social media to announce it and that has put the DOJ on the spot to follow up with criminal indictments. Adding to that, she suggested he is not listening to his lawyers. With host Phang stating it was "put up or shut up time" for Trump to make a solid case for keeping the documents, McQuade said it may be too late. "So often Donald Trump's defense is to win the court of public opinion, to win the news day; he's thinking about today," she explained. "He's not really thinking about tomorrow and most lawyers will tell their clients not to say anything. because whatever you say can be used against you....
    Getty New York Jets defensive lineman Micheal Clemons running onto the football field. When the New York Jets turned in the No. 117 overall pick in the fourth round of the 2022 NFL draft, no one really batted an eye. Defensive lineman Micheal Clemons was the pick out of Texas A&M but not many people knew about him. One quick Google search revealed an older player (25) who had some prior off-the-field issues. However, after just one singular Clemons press conference, the fan base simultaneously fell in love and was scared for their lives.Micheal Clemons Is an Incredibly Intimidating IndividualClemons is listed on the official roster at 6-foot-5, 270 pounds and those numbers don’t quite do him justice. This photo of Clemons went viral this week because of the evil sith lord vibes from Clemons wearing a hoodie in what was incredibly warm weather during practice: Rookies Micheal Clemons and Jermaine Johnson warming up for practice this afternoon. Clemons appears to be locked in for Bengals week. #Jets pic.twitter.com/pyvqm1zfad — Andy Vasquez (@andy_vasquez) September 21, 2022 Just to...
    JIM WATSON/AFP via Getty Images Chris Christie chastised former President Donald Trump Thursday over his claim a day earlier a president is capable of declassifying documents simply by “thinking about it.” Trump told Fox News host Sean Hannity on Wednesday he was not in possession of any classified documents seized by the FBI at his home in August. Trump said he declassified all government documents at his residence. “If you’re the president of the United States, you can declassify just by saying, ‘It’s declassified,’ even by thinking about it because you’re sending it to Mar-a-Lago or wherever you’re sending it,” Trump claimed. “There can be a process, but there doesn’t have to be,” he added. “You’re the president. You make that decision. So when you send it, it’s declassified. I declassified everything.” The statement generated widespread mockery, and Christie –  a former Trump confidante – was no exception. The New York Post reported the former Republican governor of New Jersey spoke for an hour at a business convention in New York Thursday. “We have a former president of the United...
    GEORGE PICKENS pulled off an outrageous catch during Pittsburgh's loss on Thursday night. The rookie wide receiver grabbed a pass from Mitch Trubisky with one hand at full stretch. 3George Pickens pulled off an amazing one-handed catchCredit: AP 3The Pittsburgh Steelers rookie grabbed the ball one-handed while falling to the groundCredit: Getty Images - Getty George Pickens catch is in some elite company ????????: @Steelers vs. @Browns #TNFonPrime | Watch NOW on @PrimeVideo pic.twitter.com/jF1DomqBJt— NFL On Prime Video (@NFLonPrime) September 23, 2022 It was a rare highlight on a forgettable night for the Steelers as they lost to their division rivals. Pittsburgh went down 29-17 to the Cleveland Browns and fell to 1-2 on the season. But rookie sensation Pickens showed fans the future might be bright in the Steel City. Pickens defied gravity to pull in a pass from Trubisky in the first quarter. READ MORE ON THE NFLSCREEN PLAY NFL fans highlight huge problem with ESPN's Monday Night Football coverageBREAK THE HUDDLE New details on Brady's 11-day break with Gisele joining him on vacation And fans were immediately...
    A mum-of-four has died after thinking her persistent cough was down to long Covid. Alison Todd, 47, worked as a councillor in Surrey and had been a smoker since the age of 12. 1Alison Todd was diagnosed with lung cancer after she brushed off her cough as long CovidCredit: Surrey Live - Grahame Larter During the Christmas of December 2020, when the UK was on national lockdown due to the coronavirus pandemic, she noticed a cough. However, she brushed it off and put it down to long Covid, which is a condition some people have developed after being infected by the virus. She had been 45-years-old at the time, and just months later, said her world had 'fell apart'. In June 2021, she was told she had two years to live and was diagnosed with stage 4 lung cancer. Read more on lung cancer SUDDEN DEATH Woman turns up at A&E complaining of shoulder pain and never leaves BE AWARE Urgent warning over surprising cancer risk you’ve probably never heard of A cancer at this stage means that it has...
    Sometimes a Donald Trump story comes along that is so dumb, every late-night comedy host can’t help but make way too many jokes about it. This Thursday was one of those nights. After Trump told Fox News’ Sean Hannity this week that, as president, he had the power to declassify documents just by “thinking about it,” the late-night pile-on came fast and furious. First out of the gate was The Daily Show host Trevor Noah, who expressed deep skepticism that Trump could “declassify documents with his brain” when he couldn’t even “read documents with his brain.” He predicted that Trump would “plead Jedi” at the eventual trial and joked that it would “be the first time in his life that Trump has thought something and not said it out loud.” Seth Meyers used his “A Closer Look” segment to argue that Trump’s claim is a “shaky defense” because it requires you to believe that he’s capable of “thinking” at all. “I mean, even if it was true that the law said you could declassify something just by thinking about...
    ANDY MURRAY says Roger Federer’s finale on Friday has made him think about his own retirement plans — and how to go out on a high. More than 24 years after he made his debut, Swiss maestro Fed signs off by partnering his great rival Rafa Nadal in the Laver Cup doubles. 4Rafael Nadal, Andy Murray, Novak Djokovic and Roger Federer take selfie together on their way to the Laver Cup GalaCredit: Instagram / @rogerfederer 4The tennis greats are reunited for one last tournament before icon Federer's retirementCredit: Getty There will be a packed house at The O2 in London as they face US duo Frances Tiafoe and Jack Sock. Federer’s Team Europe team-mate Murray, 35, has fought on despite hip surgery in 2019. But he said: “As you get older as athletes, and with some of the physical issues, you do think about if or when should you stop, when is the right moment and how would you like it to be. “It’s impossible to know. But this, to me, it feels right. READ MORE TENNIS NEWSNO DJOKE Federer vs...
    THE VIEW co-host Joy Behar has called out Whoopi Goldberg's odd behavior live on air. Her strange behavior comes after she pretended to fall asleep during a Hot Topic on the show. 5Whoopi Goldberg closed her eyes and pinched her fingers together as she focused closelyCredit: ABC 5Co-host Joy Behar called Whoopi out to ask what she was doing and Whoopi said she was 'thinking him into jail'Credit: ABC On Thursday's show, the panel discussed a clip of former President Donald Trump talking about a lawsuit against him. After he talked in the video, the camera focused on Whoopi. The audience could be heard laughing as the clip played and then again when the co-host held up her hands and pinched her fingers together. Whoopi had her eyes closed as well and Joy asked her: "What are you doing Whoopi?" READ MORE WHOOPI GOLDBERGCUT IT OUT! The View fans slam Whoopi as 'disrespectful' for her bizarre behavior on TVWOAH THERE, WHOOPI The View's Whoopi shuts down segment with clapback at 'shady' co-host One of the...
    A 33-year-old woman who faced periods that were so painful they felt like her 'insides were being ripped apart' was shocked to be diagnosed with two 'grapefruit-sized' cysts on her right ovary. Farren Bay, from California, had been suffering the pain since her early teens but was constantly told by doctors she had constipation or a urinary tract infection (UTI). It was only when she collapsed on the floor gasping for air at the age of 26 that medics finally diagnosed her with endometriosis — where tissue forming the uterus lining grows in other areas, like the ovaries, leading to severe pain. The hospital technician has now had surgery to remove the cysts and being put on medication to ease the pain. But she said the first round of drugs triggered a temporary menopause, and that she still suffers nausea leaving her feeling like she is 'trapped' in the body of an elderly person. Doctors say she is still able to have children, but only via her left ovary and fallopian tube after the cysts struck on the other side...
    The View host Whoopi Goldberg cracked up White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre, who played along with a bit mocking President Donald Trump‘s claim he can declassify a document by “thinking about it.” On Thursday’s edition of ABC’s The View, Goldberg opened the show by mocking a moment from Trump’s Hannity interview in which he told Hannity he can declassify a document “by thinking about it.” “I’m thinking him into jail!” Goldberg cracked. Goldberg called back to that joke later when she introduced Jean-Pierre, who came closer than she ever has to commenting on the Mar-a-Lago probe by playing along with the gag — but managed to keep in the clear: WHOOPI GOLDBERG: Please welcome back. White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre. I wonder if Joe Biden has developed the ability to think things into existence now. I wonder if it’s something that happens once you become president, or whether you. Because he can, he could think a lot of folks out of there. He could just think about this. Does this happen to… KARINE JEAN-PIERRE: (laughing) I didn’t know where you were going to go with...
    The View co-hosts laughed out loud mocking former President Donald Trump for saying that documents can be declassified “even by thinking about it.” Thursday’s The View played a soundbite of Fox News host Sean Hannity’s Wednesday interview with Trump, who defended taking classified documents to Mar-a-Lago, which was raided by the FBI last month over Trump and his people allegedly not handing them back over to the National Archives in a timely manner and over the fear that sources and methods could be put at risk. “If you’re the president of the United States you can declassify just by saying it’s declassified, even by thinking about it because you’re sending it to Mar-a-Lago or to wherever you’re sending it, and it doesn’t have to be a process,” he said. After playing the soundbite, co-host Whoopi Goldberg looked like she was meditating. “What are you doing, Whoopi?” asked co-host Joy Behar. “I’m thinking him into jail,” Goldberg said after a couple of moments, prompting laughter from her co-hosts. “You can just think about stuff,” said co-host Sunny Hostin. “Just think about…,”...
    Former President Donald Trump recently suggested that presidents don't necessarily have to conduct a formal process when it comes to declassifying documents. In fact, the former president claimed documents can be declassified “even by thinking about it.” During a recent interview with Fox News' Sean Hannity, Trump offered his take on the top-secret documents taken from the White House and transported to his Mar-a-Lago estate in Palm Beach, Fla. READ MORE: Team Trump refuses special master's order to list which Mar-a-Lago documents Trump 'declassified' “There doesn’t have to be a process, as I understand it,” Trump told Hannity. “If you’re the president of the United States, you can declassify just by saying, ‘It’s declassified.’ Even by thinking about it.” The former president went on to offer more context to his unfounded claim. According to Trump, a president has the power to make any decision he desires even without a formal process. “There can be a process, but there doesn’t have to be. You’re the president. You make that decision. So when you send it, it’s declassified,” Trump...
    Legal experts on Wednesday largely disagreed with Donald Trump's Fox News argument that he had the ability to declassify documents with his mind. "There doesn't have to be a process, as I understand it. You know, there's different people, say different things," Trump told Sean Hannity. "If you're the president of the United States, you can declassify just by saying, 'it's declassified' — even by thinking about it." Attorney and former FBI Agent Asha Rangappa joked, "he’s actually invoking the Secret Telepathic Unilateral Preemptive Irreversible Declassification (S.T.U.P.I.D.) defense." The watchdog group Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington (CREW) wrote, "that's beyond wrong, it's insane." On MSNBC, anchor Lawrence O'Donnell played a clip of the interview and asked national security lawyer Bradley Moss for analysis. "Yeah, I saw that clip right before I came on and I tried not to burst out laughing," Moss replied. Moss noticed that judges ruled three times during the Trump administration that the declassification process must occur. "If he is sitting there and thinking in his mind 'hey, I decided I'm going to declassify these...
    During an interview with Fox News host Sean Hannity at Mar-a-Lago, which was raided last month by the FBI in search of classified documents, former President Donald Trump claimed the president can declassify material “even by thinking about it.” When Hannity asked about the declassification process, Trump replied: “There doesn’t have to be a process, as I understand it.” “Different people see different things. But as I understand it, there doesn’t have to be. If you’re the president of the United States, you can declassify just by saying it’s declassified. Even by thinking about it,” he asserted. “It doesn’t have to be a process. It can be a process but it doesn’t have to be. You’re the president. You make that decision. So when you send it [to Mar-a-Lago or “wherever”], it’s declassified. We — I declassified everything,” Trump insisted, even though his lawyers have not made that claim in court. On another legal front, Trump was accused earlier Wednesday, along with his three oldest children, of business and tax fraud in a lawsuit filed by New York Attorney General...
    National security attorney Bradley P. Moss said he tried not to laugh when he heard former President Donald Trump claim a president can declassify documents merely by “thinking about it.” Trump sat down with Fox News host Sean Hannity for an hour-long interview at Mar-a-Lago that touched on several subjects, including the August FBI raid of his home where agents found thousands of government documents. At one point, Trump told Hannity he was able to declassify documents simply by “thinking about it.” Asked if a president has a process for declassification, Trump said: If you’re the president of the United States, you can declassify just by saying, ‘It’s declassified,’ even by thinking about it because you’re sending it to Mar-a-Lago or wherever you’re sending it. And there doesn’t have to be a process. There can be a process but there doesn’t have to be. You’re the president. On The Last Word, host Lawrence O’Donnell played the clip and asked Moss for his thoughts. Moss responded: Yeah, I saw that clip right before I came on and I tried not to...
    Donald Trump claimed the president of the United States can declassify government documents simply by declaring them as such, or “even by thinking about it.” In August, FBI agents executed a search warrant at the former president’s Mar-a-Lago estate in Florida, where they found thousands of government documents Trump was supposed to give to the National Archives upon leaving office. Some of the material is classified. Trump has publicly claimed he declassified all the documents. However, his attorneys have not dared to make that claim in court as they tangle with lawyers from the Department of Justice in the case. Appearing on Wednesday’s Hannity, Trump told Sean Hannity he declassified the documents and that there isn’t much to the process – or lack thereof – as he understands it. “A president has the power to declassify,” the Fox News host stated. “You have said on Truth Social a number of times you did declassify.” “I did declassify, yes,” Trump said. “Is there a process?” Hannity asked. “What was your process?” “There doesn’t have to be a process as I understand...
    Fox News anchor John Roberts sat down with retired Army Lieutenant General Keith Kellogg on Wednesday to discuss Russian President Vladimir Putin’s threat of using nuclear weapons as part of his brutal invasion of Ukraine. “So Putin increasingly looks like he’s getting his back up against the wall and there’s not much more dangerous than an autocrat with his back against the wall, with his finger on the nuclear button,” Roberts began, questioning the former assistant to the president and national security advisor to former President Donald Trump and Vice President Mike Pence. “Right. Well, he’s very serious about it. It’s in the Russian’s DNA to go to what we call tactical nuclear weapons. They call them non-strategic nuclear weapons. And they’ve got a whole arsenal. They have 2000 of them. And they use those weapons potentially to escalate, to de-escalate,” added Kellogg, who is also co-chairman for American Security at the Trump-aligned America First Policy Institute. “And he’s thinking about that. He could be thinking about breaking the nuclear threshold, which would have enormous consequences for the entire...
    50 Cent has filed a lawsuit against a South Florida-based plastic surgeon who he claims used a picture they took together to falsely portray that he had underwent surgery on his penis at her clinic. The 47-year-old rapper, in court docs reviewed by TMZ, named plastic surgeon Angela Kogan and her businesses, Perfection Plastic Surgery and MedSpa, in a legal filing, saying that she had continued to circulate the photo they took to make it appear he'd had surgery on his genitals. The Queens, New York native said he initially took the photo in February of 2020 thinking Kogan was a fan of his, but she has continued to use it on social media in the time since. The latest: 50 Cent, 47, has filed a lawsuit against South Florida-based plastic surgeon Angela Kogan, who he claims used a picture they took together to falsely portray that he had underwent surgery on his penis at her clinic The If I Can't rapper said in legal docs that the myth was perpetuated to a new extent when The Shade Room did a...
    A WOMAN has revealed she used to pluck her wonky hairline only to then fill it in with make-up - as well as some other questionable decisions. Let's admit it - we've all make a few errors in the past that make us mortified today - and the beauty lover, Lola Olson (@lola_olson), is no exception. 5Looking back at the snaps from the past, the young woman was mortifiedCredit: TikTok/@lola_olson 5In a desperate attempt to make her hairline straight, Lola would pluck the hair out and fill it in with dark make-upCredit: TikTok/@lola_olson But unlike many, she used to go further than just overplucking her brows - for a full year, from 2017 to 2018, she would pluck her hairline to only then fill it in with dark make-up. Looking back, the young woman was completely mortified and shared the snaps in a video on TikTok. ''This looked way worse in person, it was disgusting. ''Just brown paint smeared on my forehead,'' Lola said, before giving it a rating of 1/10. read more beauty storiesHAIR ME OUT Beauty lovers go...
    A MUM was left very red-faced after her daughter took her vibrating penis ring into school after confusing it for a toy. The embarrassed woman shared the awkward exchange she had with another school mum after her little one GIFTED the toy to a classmate. 2 A mum was left very red-faced after her child took her vibrator into school after confusing it for a toyCredit: Facebook Taking to a Facebook group, the woman shared a screen shot of the toe-curling exchange between her and her fellow mum. The conversation starts with a message from the woman saying: "Hey xxx gave this to xxx on the bus today?", accompanied by a snap of the rubber ring laid out on a paper towel. She finished the awkward message by adding "She might been in your stuff lol." Most would agree it's the LAST message you want to receive when your phone flashes up with a new notification. 2 Many doubted whether it was in fact cleanCredit: Facebook And clearly taken aback, the mum responded: "Wow, I am mortified!!! I don't even...
    Lt. Gov. John Fetterman (D-PA) criticized Mehmet Oz Thursday for taking “cheap shots” at him over a stroke he had that he said could have killed him. In a rare TV appearance, Pennsylvania’s Democratic nominee for Senate joined MSNBC’s Alex Wagner Tonight to discuss his health and campaign. Host Alex Wagner asked him to describe the last few months since he suffered a stroke on the eve of the primary in May. “I wonder if you could just tell us a little bit about what it has been like. I mean, take us back to that moment in early May,” Wagner said. “How was your summer? What was happening? How were you thinking about life and your candidacy?” Fetterman described how his wife saved his life by alerting him he was having a stroke on the way to a campaign event: Sure. My wife saved my life. I was on the way to an event, and she said, “Oh my gosh, you are having a stroke.” And I’m like, “No, I’m fine. We’ve got to get to the event.” And...
    Abrams claims to have evolved on the abortion issue herself. She has stated that she was raised in "a very religious family" and that her parents and her church community taught her that abortion was wrong. However, after she went away to college and interacted with people who shared her faith but who did not share her opinion about abortion, Abrams claims that her thinking slowly changed. "Over the course of the next few years, I really started thinking about what role should the legislature play? What role should government play?" she said. "This is health care. This is about a woman’s right to control her body. … And that, for me, as a matter of faith, means that I don’t impose those value systems on others. More importantly, I protect her rights. I protect her humanity, and that should be my responsibility." Just as it was four years ago, the Kemp/Abrams race is tight. The RealClearPolitics polling average has Kemp up just over 5 points. Kemp won in 2018 by a margin of about 55,000 votes, or less...
    Why did US Senator Lindsey Graham, of South Carolina, introduce Tuesday a national ban on abortion after 15 weeks? It’s not clear to me, nor does it appear to be clear to anyone else, as far as I can see. For one thing, it’s gilding the lily. The Republican base already has what it wanted. The Supreme Court cut down Roe. About half the states have, or will have, laws banning or mostly banning abortion. I don’t see how a national ban would mobilize GOP voters more, unless the possibility of controlling women in blue states moves them. For another, a backlash is building in reaction to a renegade court kneecapping federal protections of the fundamental rights to abortion, privacy and liberty. Democratic primary candidates have already “over-performed” so much that the old faith in the House flipping has been replaced by the empirical reality of 50-50 odds. READ MORE: 'Life begins at a candlelight dinner': Nancy Pelosi mocks Republicans over proposed abortion ban Enacting a national ban on abortion after 15-weeks could make mad people even madder, zeroing...
    LIVERPOOL and Arsenal turned Manchester City superstar Erling Haaland down when he started out at Molde because they thought he was a "target man". Haaland has been on fire at City ever since his £51million move from Borussia Dortmund as he has already registered a staggering 12 goals and one assist in eight matches across all competitions. 3Liverpool and Arsenal had the chance to sign Manchester City star Erling HaalandCredit: Rex But things could have turned out differently as the Reds and the Gunners were offered the star striker when he was 17 years old and starting out in Norway. That is according to Molde's former chief scout John Vik, who claims English clubs, such as Liverpool and Arsenal, were strongly advised to snatch the Norway international before it was too late. But none of them listened to Vik, who worked under former Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer at the time, because they thought he was too big for a centre-forward Now, the former scout insists they must all be "kicking themselves" amid the Norwegian's ongoing success. Read More...
    FOOTBALL fans were left stunned after seeing Ajax goalkeeper Remko Pasveer in action against Liverpool this evening. The Dutchman has started every game for the Amsterdam outfit this season. 2Remko Panveer played in goal for Ajax against LiverpoolCredit: Alamy 2Fans were left questioning just how old he wasCredit: Getty But supporters were still taken aback when Pasveer pulled off an excellent save to deny a Virgil van Dijk bullet header in the first-half. The cameras zoomed in on Pasveer in the aftermath, who sported an entirely grey head of hair that was tied back in a bun. Fans were all immediately left wondering just how old the Ajax stopper was. And luckily BT Sport commentator Darren Fletcher cleared things up straight away. Read More In FootballLOOKING TOTT Fans all say same thing as Tottenham wear new third kit in Champions League He immediately pointed out that Pasveer is 38-years-old - double the age of Liverpool teenager Harvey Elliott. Social media were quick to react after seeing Pasveer and his luscious grey locks. One joked: "Ajax's keeper looks about 50 years...
    Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC) apparently did not rally the Republican Party with his latest anti-abortion proposal, a national ban on abortions after 15 weeks. The proposal immediately raised eyebrows and led to pundits and observers calling out Graham over past comments in which he said issues like abortion rights should be left to the states. Graham’s proposal comes just months after the U.S. Supreme Court ended federal protections for abortion rights by overturning Roe v. Wade and just two months ahead of the November midterms. “We will introduce legislation…to get America in a position at the federal level I think is fairly consistent with the rest of the world,” Graham said on Tuesday. “I look forward to the debate, I look forward to the vote. If we take back the House and Senate, I can assure you we’ll have a vote on our bill. If the Democrats are in charge, I don’t know if we’ll ever have a vote on our bill,” Graham concluded, hyping the upcoming vote’s importance on the issue. Republican Senate leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) poured...
    New York Times correspondent and CNN analyst Maggie Haberman mocked former President Donald Trump and his associates for maintaining a belief that Queen Elizabeth II and Trump had a “close relationship” despite any apparent reason to do so. The blanket coverage of the death of the British monarch has included lots of reporting on the preparations for a massive state funeral, and on Tuesday morning’s edition of CNN’s New Day, anchor John Berman asked Haberman to weigh in on the Trumpology aspect of the event. Haberman — a plugged-in reporter with a reputation as a conduit for Trumpworld reporting and Trump-Whisperer analysis — wouldn’t read into the fact that Trump, like every other former president, did not get an invite. But she did confirm a widespread Trumpworld belief in the supposed “close relationship” between the late monarch and the former president — then threw ice water on it: JOHN BERMAN: One place he didn’t go or doesn’t appear to be going is to the United Kingdom for the funeral of Queen Elizabeth, the second whom he met, whom he glorified in meeting when he was there, or...
    INCREDIBLE video revealed an enormous whale shark off the US coast during a “once-in-a-lifetime” encounter. People aboard the Privateer, a whale-watching ship, got to witness the 25-foot-long sea creature up close as it spent a few minutes swimming around. 4Whale watchers experienced a rare event off the coast of San Diego when a whale shark swam near their shipCredit: NBC 4Video captured the moment the 25-foot-long creature circled the vesselCredit: NBC The onlookers snapped photos in awe, shouting words such as “Insane,” and “Are you kidding me?” Captain Bryan McGory, who steers the vessel for the San Diego Whale Watch captured the video on Labor Day as 149 people were on board. “[This is] extremely rare,” said McGory. “I’m thinking it’s a once-in-a-lifetime encounter.” He explained that earlier in the day, the group spotted hundreds of long-beaked common dolphins and a blue whale. READ MORE NEWS'A VIOLATION' Rape victim whose DNA was used to charge her with a crime sues for millions'NOTHING BUT LOVE' Big names including Cardi B mourn rapper 'killed' in restaurant robbery However, later on, someone on...
    Tim Rutten, a longtime Times columnist and editor whose ability to drill through the many riddles and contradictions of Los Angeles won legions of admirers, has died. A deep thinker with a puckish sense of humor, Rutten was found dead Thursday after falling at his Alhambra home, said his former wife, noted criminal defense attorney Leslie Abramson He was 72. During a 40-year career, Rutten moved seamlessly across The Times’ newsroom — city bureau chief, metro reporter, editorial writer, assistant national editor, book critic and columnist. He was part of The Times’ team of journalists that won the Pulitzer Prize for the paper’s coverage of the 1994 Northridge earthquake. “Original in thought and lyrical in print, his work is witty, well-reported, passionate, yet staunchly nonpartisan,” Times staff writer Tom Curwen wrote in the paper’s 2005 Pulitzer nomination of Rutten for commentary. Rutten used his “Regarding Media” column to untangle the complexities of L.A., the nation’s culture wars and the eccentricities of media stars. He castigated news organizations for soft-pedaling the horrors of war by refusing to publish the chilling photos...
    The infamous story of a young girl who was kidnapped twice by the same man - who then brainwashed and repeatedly raped her - will now share her haunting experiences with the world in a new Peacock series that lays bare the chilling details of his abuse.     A Friend Of The Family follows the Broberg family as they live a quite life in downtown Pocatello, Idaho, until their lives were turned upside down by someone they considered a friend.  The Broberg's naivety soon came to haunt them as they experienced extreme levels of abuse at the hands of the man who went from friend to villain in a matter of years.  Peacock has taken the family's story and turned it into a docuseries titled A Friend Of The Family, which details how the family went from a normal, happy family to a family tarnished by crime and unimaginable pain.   The official teaser transports viewers back to the 1970s and shows the horrors a young girl and her family encounter as they welcome a new face to their neighborhood.  The...
    A YOUNG mum was left planning her own funeral after a visit to the dentist left her with a terrifying diagnosis. When Emma Webster, 29, began experiencing "excruciating" toothache in 2018, dentists thought all she needed was a routine root canal surgery. 3Emma had on operation in March 2019, where surgeons removed 70 per cent of the tumourCredit: SWNS 3Luckily for Emma - pictured with son Alfie - doctors discovered the brain tumour was benign, meaning it was non-cancerousCredit: SWNS 3The administrator from Airdrie, North Lanarkshire, said that when she found out it took a while for the heart breaking news to "sink in"Credit: SWNS After the surgery failed to relive her agonising pain, Emma was soon put on medication for what doctors thought was nerve damage. In 2019, three GP appointments later - by which time the pain had spread across her face and her vision had blurred - medics finally booked her in for an MRI scan at Queen Elizabeth University Hospital, Glasgow. To Emma's horror, the scan revealed the mum-of-one had a brain tumour lurking...
    Dolphins are among the most complex and intelligent species on the planet. They are self-aware and can recognize themselves in a mirror and notice changes in their appearance. And just like us, they have deep social and emotional bonds with their pod members. Studies have also shown that dolphins have personalized whistles for members in the pod, similar to how humans give each other names. Unfortunately, due to their impressive learning abilities, dolphins are often exploited by humans for use in entertainment at aquariums, marine parks like SeaWorld, Miami Seaquarium, Marineland of Canada, and Loro Parque.  While the award-winning 2013 documentary Blackfish shattered the wholesome image of marine parks being fun, family-friendly destinations, swim-with-dolphin tourist attractions are still on the rise. webidrole/Pixabay As with any attraction where animals are used to turn a profit, swim-with-dolphins attractions have a dark side. Swim-with-the-dolphins programs (SWTD) can be found nearly everywhere around the world. From SeaWorld to resorts in the Caribbean, these programs are boasted as once-in-a-lifetime opportunities where you can have a one-on-one encounter with dolphins. For a pretty penny you can spend the afternoon with dolphins, but what is the price that the...
    We can thank the late economic justice warrior for her groundbreaking contribution in showing that “positive thinking” is part of a whitewashing of economic inequality. Although the late Barbara Ehrenreich was best known for her 2001 bestselling book Nickel and Dimed: On (Not) Getting By in America, which chronicled the real-life impacts of the 1996 Welfare Reform Act, she made an equally great contribution to economic justice with her subsequent book exposing the cult of positive thinking. This article was produced by Economy for All, a project of the Independent Media Institute. Ehrenreich, who passed away on September 1, 2022, at age 81, had started her professional life with a PhD in cell biology. She didn’t relegate her journalism to mere facts. She delved as deep as she could—to a microscopic level—to make sense of the world. We concluded from Nickel and Dimed that people were not making it in America. But we realized through her book Bright-Sided: How Positive Thinking Is Undermining America that the economy was proceeding unimpeded by this fact because we were putting a smiley face...
    ODELL BECKHAM JR took everybody by surprise at the NFL's opening game. The current NFL free agent wide receiver who won the Super Bowl with the Los Angeles Rams last season was seen before Thursday night's kickoff hoisting the Vince Lombardi Trophy. 2Odell Beckham Jr.'s Super Bowl appearance ended prematurely with a knee injuryCredit: AP 2Odell Beckham Jr. returned to SoFi Stadium clad in blue, yellow, and whiteCredit: Reuters Clad in Rams colors, the question on everyone's lips was: Is OBJ coming back? Well, the three-time Pro Bowler did admit his love for the franchise after the game. Beckham Jr. tweeted: "My heart is wit them Rams… they show me what the NFL is suppose to be like … and we won a ring, I’m forever grateful !" That being said, Beckham Jr. had joked before the game that he would sign with whoever won Thursday night's game. Read More on FootballHOW MUCH? When does Lamar Jackson's contract end, and what is his salary?FIRST CRUSH Josh Allen's girlfriend Brittany Williams makes shock 'ghosting' admission This led former Rams teammate and...
    President Joe Biden and Jill Biden are thinking of The Queen and her family on Thursday after doctors expressed 'concern' about the monach's health. The president has been briefing on her condition and conveyed his thoughts and prayers to new British Prime Minister Liz Truss.  'I would just tell you that the president has been briefed, of course, this morning and will be updated throughout the day concerning news out of the United Kingdom,' White House spokesman John Kirby said. 'His and the first lady's thoughts are solidly and squarely with the queen today and her family.' Biden, during a call Thursday morning with allies on the situation in the Ukraine, spoke to Truss about The Queen. 'He did convey to Prime Minister Truss - who was on the video teleconference - that he and Dr. Biden are thinking very much of the queen and the family and the people in the United Kingdom.' Biden has spoken warmly of The Queen and praised her 'selfless devotion and service' to the people of the United Kingdom on the occasion of her platinum jubilee....
    Getty Von Miller during the 2021 season with the Rams. A common theme for the NFL when schedules get announced: Reunion games. It leads to the anticipation of those contests — and the first one involves the Los Angeles Rams. Another common practice involving reunions: Thinking about how the fans who once cheered for a star beloved player will treat him this time around. Such is the case for the newest Buffalo Bills edge rusher Von Miller as he nears his highly anticipated return to SoFi Stadium to kick off the 2022 season on Thursday, September 8. Fans of the Rams do not need to wait until midseason or late in the year to watch the man who helped spearhead the Super Bowl 56 run return to the “Rams House.” Miller, who delivered two sacks to help lift the Rams to the Vince Lombardi Trophy nearly seven months ago, told reporters during a video conference on Tuesday, September 6 on what he’s thinking about inside the walls that are SoFi Stadium. Miller Asks ‘What if?’ Miller...
    A fisherman is making waves after he survived 11 days floating inside a freezer in shark-infested waters. Romualdo Macedo Rodrigues, a fisherman from Brazil, was making his way through the Atlantic Ocean when his boat took on water and sank, according to a report. Panicked, Rodrigues took refuge inside a large freezer. ASTRONOMER PLANS $1.5M EXPEDITION TO RECOVER POSSIBLE ALIEN TECHNOLOGY IN OCEAN "I was desperate. I thought my end was coming. But thank God, God gave me one more chance," said Rodrigues, who added that he can't swim. "I saw [a freezer] wasn't sinking. I jumped [inside it]. It fell to one side and kept normal. For 11 days, the fisherman floated in the waters off the coast of northern Brazil, according to the report. "Sharks were surrounding the freezer, but they went away. I thought [I would be attacked]. I stayed on the top. I didn't sleep," Rodrigues said. "I saw the dawn, the dusk, asking God to send someone to rescue me. I was thinking about my kids, my wife. Every day...
    At Northwest High School in Grand Island, Nebraska, the Viking Saga, a student newspaper, was shut down after publishing some articles addressing gay and transgender issues. The Saga, which has been around for 54 years and was started in the late 1960s, published its final issue in June. Journalist Margaret Renkl, in an op-ed/guest essay published by the New York Times on Labor Day 2022, lays out some reasons why the Saga’s demise is so regrettable. And she stresses that it is no coincidence that the publication was discontinued in a deep red state. “There appears to be no limit to the willingness of red-state officials to politicize simple human decency toward LGBTQ students,” Renkl laments. “Decline to use the names and pronouns they wish to be called by? Check. Refuse to allow them to use the bathroom that corresponds to their gender? Check. Prevent them from competing in school sports? Check. Force schools to out transgender students to their parents? Check, check, check.” READ MORE: LGBTQ student says he’s being blocked from running for class president after suspension over...
    Family and friends of Serena Williams were milling around the players’ area lobby late on Friday night at Flushing Meadows and there was no funereal air. The retiring superstar had just lost in the US Open third round, but the atmosphere was relaxed, with husband Alexis carrying daughter Olympia and chatting away. They seemed at peace with this huge watershed in Serena’s life, and so did the woman herself after going down 7-5 6-7 6-1 in a superb contest against world No 46 Ajla Tomljanovic. The final media conference for Williams was unmemorable, certainly compared to some of the more highly-charged such occasions there have been in the past. The record will show that the 23-time Grand Slam champion lost the last six games of her valedictory stand, although that would be to overlook a thrilling second set which brought the Arthur Ashe Stadium to its feet. Right to the last gasp there was drama as she saved five match points with a series of forehand winners, continually putting off a moment that a sea of mobile phones was trying...
    With the Georgia taking a commanding 28-3 lead at halftime over Oregon, Bulldogs fans took to Twitter to troll the Ducks. On Saturday, Sept. 3, college football fans had a full day of games that they could watch, and there were some big matchups on the schedule. One of them being the defending National champion Georgia Bulldogs taking on the Oregon Ducks at Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta. The Ducks were ranked the No. 11 team in the nation, surely they would put up a fight against Georgia, right? Well in the first half, it was all Bulldogs, as they entered the locker rooms at halftime with a 28-3 lead. Bulldogs fans were relishing in the early lead (despite it being synonymous for an epic Georgia sports collapse), and decided to troll Oregon on Twitter. Noot just Georgia fans, but college fans as a whole.Georgia takes 35-3 lead over Oregon: Best memes, tweetsMy analysis of the first half of the Georgia vs Oregon game: pic.twitter.com/YnRGRPSVlk — Jon Tweets Sports (@jontweetssports) September 3, 2022 so is Oregon doing its best impression...
    Associated Press NEW YORK — Barbara Ehrenreich, the author, activist and self-described “myth buster” who in such notable works as “Nickel and Dimed” and “Bait and Switch” challenged conventional thinking about class, religion and the very idea of an American dream, has died at age 81. Ehrenreich died Thursday morning in Alexandria, Virginia, according to her son, the author and journalist Ben Ehrenreich. She had recently suffered a stroke. “She was, she made clear, ready to go,” Ben Ehrenreich tweeted Friday. “She was never much for thoughts and prayers, but you can honor her memory by loving one another, and by fighting like hell.” She was born Barbara Alexander in Butte, Montana, and raised in a household of union supporters, where family rules included “never cross a picket line and never vote Republican.” She studied physics as an undergraduate at Reed College, and received a PhD in immunology at Rockefeller University. Starting in the 1970s, she worked as a teacher and researchers and became increasingly active in the feminist movement, from writing pamphlets to appearing at conferences around the country....
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    Donald Trump is 'obviously thinking about' running for president again in 2024, his son-in-law and former aide said today.  Jared Kushner said Trump is considering a potential presidential bid because he 'hates seeing what's happening in the country'. Kushner, in an interview with Sky News, said that his father-in-law had asked him about running for president again. Kushner, who is married to Trump's daughter Ivanka Trump and served as the former president's advisor, said that he would 'rather not go into' what the former president had asked him, but added: 'Basically, I know that he's obviously thinking about it. He hates seeing what's happening in the country.' He brazenly claimed, without providing evidence, that if Trump was president now instead of Joe Biden, Russia's invasion of Ukraine 'never would have happened'. Jared Kushner said Trump is considering a potential presidential bid because he 'hates seeing what's happening in the country' Kushner brazenly claimed, without providing evidence, that if Trump was president now instead of Joe Biden, Russia's invasion of Ukraine 'never would have happened'. Pictured: Kushner and Trump at the...
    ONE woman had plenty of reason to speak to the manager after a terrible haircut left her looking like a "Karen." Ella shared a snap of the unfortunate 'do on TikTok, admitting she hated it so much she was thinking of shaving her head. 4A woman named Ella shared photos on TikTok of how she wanted her hair to come outCredit: Tiktok/ @ellla827 4She'd requested a choppy, chin-length bob, but that wasn't what she gotCredit: Tiktok/ @ellla827 Ella's video of her hair horror has been viewed 1.5 million times. "What I thought my hairdresser would do..." Ella wrote at the beginning of clip. She showed two photos of the style she asked for, a choppy chin-length bob. But that's far from what she got. read more: hair horrorsCUT IT OUT I got a bad haircut, fixing it made it WORSE - I look like Spock from Star Trek'DO DON'T I asked for a simple cut - I cried for six days at the lopsided mess In the results photo, Ella's hair is much shorter, landing above her chin in the...