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    Former National Security Advisor John Bolton on Monday threatened to jump in the 2024 presidential race if other Republicans don't step up and condemn former President Donald Trump's attack on the Constitution.  'I think to be a presidential candidate, you can't simply say I support the Constitution you have to say I would oppose people who would undercut it,' Bolton told NBC's Kristen Welker Monday on Meet the Press Now.  He said he would 'absolutely' jump in the presidential race if he didn't hear that message pushed from other GOP presidential candidates.  'I'd like to see Shermanesque statements from all the potential candidates. If I don't see that then I'm going to seriously consider getting in,' Bolton said.  When asked about what his timetable would look like, Bolton replied, 'I think it's going to have to be pretty short.'    Former National Security Advisor John Bolton on Monday threatened to jump in the 2024 presidential race if other Republicans don't step up and condemn former President Donald Trump's attack on the Constitution 'I think to be a presidential candidate, you can't simply...
    By Michael Kunzelman, Jonathan Drew and Rebecca Santana | Associated Press WASHINGTON — Investigators believe a shooting that damaged power substations in North Carolina was a crime. What they haven’t named yet is a suspect or a motive. Whatever the reason, the shooting serves as a reminder of why experts have stressed the need to secure the U.S. power grid. Authorities have warned that the nation’s electricity infrastructure could be vulnerable targets for domestic terrorists. Tens of thousands of people lost their electricity over the weekend after one or more people opened fire on two Duke Energy substations in Moore County, which is roughly 60 miles southwest of Raleigh. Nobody has been charged in the shooting as of Monday. Here’s a look at what is known about the shooting and why it could have implications across the U.S. WHAT DO WE KNOW ABOUT THE SHOOTING? The outages in North Carolina began shortly after 7 p.m. on Saturday when one or more people opened fire on two power substations in Moore County, the county’s sheriff said. The outages left tens of...
    Conservative podcast host Steve Bannon defended former President Donald Trump's call for a "termination" of the U.S. Constitution over his 2020 election loss. On his Monday podcast, Bannon referenced Trump's remarks on Truth Social. "A Massive Fraud of this type and magnitude allows for the termination of all rules, regulations, and articles, even those found in the Constitution," the former president wrote over the weekend. While the remarks were widely criticized, Bannon argued that Trump was right. "President Trump put this thing out about the Constitution the other day," the host said. "But the reality is we have a constitutional crisis. We have a constitutional crisis because Joe Biden is not legitimate. I've said this from the very beginning. I said it [on] the day of his inauguration. He's not legitimate. We have the receipts. And now we see it." Trump 2024 campaign attorney Christina Bobb agreed that Biden was "absolutely not" a legitimate president. "I think he was put forward to be a stooge, to be controlled by, you know, shadowy figures that didn't want their fingerprints or their...
    For many years after 9/11, pundits in right-wing media scoffed at the idea of white supremacists, white nationalists, neo-Nazis, Christian nationalists and far-right militia groups posing a major terrorist threat in the United States. Law enforcement’s anti-terrorist resources, they argued, should be focused solely on fighting radical Islamists. Liberals and progressives would respond that the Ku Klux Klan (KKK) has a long history of domestic terrorism, including attacking African-American churches (such as the 16th Street Baptist Church bombing in Birmingham, Alabama in 1963). In the 1980s, according to federal prosecutors, neo-Nazis planned to dump 200 pounds of pure cyanide into the municipal water supplies of New York City, Chicago and Washington, D.C. in addition to blowing up natural gas pipelines in states ranging from Texas to Illinois. Prosecutors estimated that if the attack on the water supplies in those cities had been successful, at least 400,000 people would have been killed. The claim that white supremacists and white nationalists do not pose a major terrorist threat in the U.S. is not a view embraced by the Federal Bureau of...
    One of the most important strategies in Pokémon is knowing your type match-ups, and to utilise this knowledge, you need a team of varying types. Same-type attack bonus, or STAB, is one of the most overpowered mechanics in the game, giving all moves a 50% buff to Pokémon of the same type. 1There's is only one choice of starter.Credit: The Pokemon Company If a Pokémon terastallizes to one of these types, it doubles your attack, which means picking a team with a variety of types is vital to strong teams. There are a number of great options for each type in Pokémon Scarlet and Violet. Here are our recommendations. Pokémon Scarlet & Violet: Best Normal-type – Dudunsparce We have waited over 20 years for justice to come to Dunsparce, and Dudunsparce has delivered. It’s a physical tank, with one of the best HP values in the game, and a not terrible attack stat to go with it. More in PokémonFIRE DRAGON How to taken down the seven-star Charizard Raid in Pokémon Scarlet & VioletRAID BOSS Take down difficult raids...
    Scientists have proved what most women suspected all along – men make too much fuss when they’re feeling full of flu. They studied flu-like symptoms in more than 100 men and women and found barely any differences when it came to runny noses, headaches, chills or sleep loss. But researchers concluded that men’s flu symptoms were milder on average – not more severe – than women’s. The findings undermine previous studies that suggest men really do suffer more from colds and flu, generally feeling more unwell and having higher temperatures and death rates than women. But the latest investigation, by researchers at the Medical University of Innsbruck in Austria, led to a conclusion that the term ‘man flu’ should be dropped immediately. Scientists say women's sex hormones fire up the immune system to attack invading viruses RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Health chiefs prepare to issue warning TODAY over strep A:... Mother-of-three tells how one of her children has been... Share this article Share The scientists, whose study was published in the...
    WHEN speed cameras were first introduced they were grey and virtually invisible, so we knew for a fact they hadn’t been installed to slow people down. They were there to catch people, so they could be fined. 6There was a time when passing your driving test was just a formality - now it is not so easyCredit: Alamy In short, they were the tax man in a box. However, when the Government realised that we’d worked this out, they said they’d make them more ­visible. So they didn’t. Can you see the cameras on a motorway gantry? Or the average speed checkers on dual carriageways? Or the speed van that’s parked behind a bush? But I’m beginning to suspect that fleecing the motorist is no longer the primary aim of these infernal things. I reckon that actually they’re now there to get cars off the road so the Government can meet its stupid, zero-carbon green targets. Why else would you bring in a 20mph limit? Most read in The SunSICKLY VLAD Cancer-hit Putin falls down stairs & soils himself, claims...
    Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton on Thursday said women's rights remain 'unfinished business around the world — including in Ukraine where rape is being used as a weapon of war and the U.S. where she said reproductive rights were under attack. Her comments brought ridicule from conservatives on social media who objected to the U.S. being included in such company. She is hosting the Clinton Presidential Center's summit on the status of women’s rights around the world and was asked by interviewer Christiane Amanpour about her message that women's rights remain 'unfinished business.' 'We have come a long way since I made that statement back in 1995 on so many fronts,' she replied.  'But we are also in a period of time where there is a lot of pushback and much of the progress that has been, I think, taken for granted by too many people is under attack: Literally under attack, in places like Iran or Afghanistan or Ukraine, where rape is a tactic of war, or under attack by political and cultural forces in a country like...
    A mystery sixth person lived at the home where four University of Idaho students were massacred on November 13,although police in the sleepy college town of Moscow say that they were not home when the murders took place. The development came as family and friends were gathering to honor and remember Kaylee Goncalves, 21; Maddie Mogen, 21; Xana Kernodle, 20; and Ethan Chapin, 20, who were stabbed to death at their off-campus house.  No suspects have been publicly identified and the murder weapon or weapons has not been recovered.  The sixth person was on the lease of the home, so it's not clear if they actually lived there. The person was not identified by the Moscow Police Department.  Earlier, authorities had said that only five people lived at the home, Goncalves, Mogen and Kernodle and as well as Dylan Mortensen and Bethany Funke, who were not harmed in the attack and are not considered suspects.  Meanwhile, students at the University of Idaho who back at campus following the Thanksgiving holiday are taking extreme precautions as the worries about public safety...
    A PREGNANT mum and her unborn baby have tragically died after she was smashed in the head with a piece of concrete in an unprovoked attack. Dianne Miller, 30, was rushed to the hospital but doctors said she and her baby were not expected to survive the injuries. 2The woman passed away following the unprovoked attack 2The woman's brother confirmed her passing Her brother Malcolm Clifton confirmed her death to NITV News. Speaking from the hospital, he said: "Everyone's destroyed. "We just lost our world... the baby passed away too." The woman leaves behind her partner and an 8-month-old son. Diane was at the car park of Waterford Plaza Shopping Centre with her partner when they got involved in an argument with a group of teenagers. A 17-year-old is said to have thrown a piece of concrete at the car, leaving the mum unconscious and causing her a heart attack. YOU MIGHT LIKERECOMMENDED FOR YOUMORE FOR YOUMore from The SunRevealedNO ANSWERS Heartbroken parents slam 'conflicting stories' after daughter murdered in MexicoPRISON TIME Killer found guilty of eight murders in horrific...
    Law enforcement officials now say they are not sure if the stabbings of the four University of Idaho college students were 'targeted' in a major backflip in the case.  On Wednesday, the Moscow Police Department issued a press release saying that they are now unsure of the claim that the attack was intended for any of the occupants of the home.  'Detectives do not currently know if the residence or any occupants were specifically targeted but continue to investigate,' the Moscow Police Department said.  This announcement came as family and friends were gathering to honor and remember Kaylee Goncalves, 21; Maddie Mogen, 21; Xana Kernodle, 20; and Ethan Chapin, 20, who were murdered on November 13 at their off-campus house. No suspects have been publicly identified and the murder weapon has not been recovered.  Another shocking revelation came out of that event, as well, with Kaylee's father Steve Goncalves telling the crowd that his daughter died in the same bed as her best friend, Maddie. It had previously been reported the two girls were in separate bedrooms when they were...
    A woman who found her sorority sister and college roommate covered in her own vomit and near to death in her blood soaked room said that the unsolved University of Idaho murder case is 'eerily similar' to the 1992 Buffalo attack. Alanna Zabel, 50, made headlines in September when she accused Adam Levine of firing her after he allegedly sent her unwelcome flirtatious texts, which she hasn't made public at this stage.  She now says seeing reports of the slayings has reignited horrific memories of her past - talking on behalf of some of the people involved in the incident. Idaho victims Kaylee Goncalves, 21, Madison Mogen, 21, Xana Kernodle, 20 and Ethan Chapin, 20, were stabbed to death while in bed at a house in Moscow, Idaho, in the early hours of November 13 by a silent killer who has seemingly vanished without a trace. Zabel told Dailymail.com that the case was 'eerily similar' to something that happened to her and her roommates while she attended the University of Buffalo. 'I lived in a house with 5 other sorority...
    Former USA coach Bruce Arena has told the USMNT that the Netherlands are not 'the hardest opponent' in what he says is 'a winnable game' in the last-16 of the World Cup. USA defeated Iran 1-0 thanks to a brave first-half goal from Christian Pulisic and finished second in Group B, setting up a knockout tie with the Netherlands, who won Group A. They have a number of stand-out players - Cody Gakpo has impressed in attack, midfielder Frenkie de Jong plays for Barcelona and center back Virgil van Dijk, who plays for Liverpool, is widely considered one of the best defenders in the game. Bruce Arena says the USA have a very winnable last-16 World Cup tie against the Netherlands USA advanced into the last-16 with a narrow 1-0 win against Iran on Tuesday in Qatar  But Arena believes as a team, the USA can emerge victorious. 'This knockout game should be an end-to-end affair with two teams looking to attack,' Arena told MLSsoccer.com. 'The US can beat them; I don't think they're the hardest opponent.' Victory would send...
    TYSON FURY has threatened to slap Oleksandr Usyk in the mouth after being called a drunk. The WBC champion returns on Saturday in a trilogy bout against former friend-turned foe Derek Chisora. 2Tyson Fury threatened to slap Oleksandr Usyk in the mouth after being called a drunkCredit: IFL TV Rumoured to be ringside at Tottenham's stadium is Usyk amid speculation of unification bout with Fury next year. But the Gypsy King warned his Ukrainian rival not to get too close or else their fight could commence early. Fury told iFL TV: “Usyk can go suck a d***. Excuse my french. I’m not interested in a foreign little t*****. "If he comes to the fight I promise you I’ll slap him in the mouth. "How’s that? All these men I don't care who is next. Wherever I can get the most money for my next fight, that is who I will fight. "And if I have to fight a middleweight I will do it. Usyk called me a drunk recently but I want to see...
    Other reports indicate that Harrouff believed during the attack that a demon was chasing him. For the attacks against Mr. and Mrs. Stevens, Harrouff had been charged with two counts of first-degree murder and burglary of a dwelling with assault or battery while armed. He was also charged with attempted first-degree murder with a weapon for stabbing Jeffrey Fisher, a neighbor who had come over to assist the Stevens after they had been attacked. Fisher is said to be recovering from his injuries. If the case had gone to trial, Harrouff would have faced life in prison, if convicted. On Monday, Bauer told the court that Harrouff would be committed to a secure mental health facility until doctors and a judge determined that he no longer posed a safety risk to the community. "It’s a sad case, it’s an awful case. Nobody is losing sight – I tell you, I know I’m not – of the deaths and injuries that were sustained in this case," Bauer stated. "But when it all gets said and done, the state...
    A flight attendant has died tragically after suffering a heart attack in the air during a flight from Bahrain to Paris.  Air steward Yasser Saleh Al Yazidi fell ill on Gulf Air flight GF-19 which left Bahrain International at 1:40am on Tuesday and was destined for Paris Charles de Gaulle airport. The pilots of the Airbus A321 were forced to make an emergency landing in Erbil in the Kurdistan region of Iraq so Yasser could receive medical attention. The plane was met by a medical team who immediately transferred the stricken cabin crew member to a nearby hospital, but he was pronounced dead on arrival. A member of the cabin crew aboard a Gulf Air flight from Bahrain to France died after suffering a heart attack on board (stock image: Gulf Air Airbus A321) The pilots of the Gulf Air flight were forced to make an emergency landing in Erbil in the Kurdistan region of Iraq 9Erbil international airport is pictured), where the plane was met by a medical team RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Plane...
    Injured Los Angeles Rams receiver Cooper Kupp is attacking luxury fashion brand Balenciaga over a recent photo shoot with a child holding a teddy bear dressed in a BDSM outfit. The Super Bowl LVI MVP released a statement on social media Saturday: 'To try to be a voice for our children, who rely on the protection of the men and women that were entrusted the responsibility of nurturing them and raising them up: please make yourself aware of the attack against our young ones by @balenciaga, and ensure that they are held responsible for it. 'For those of us in positions to create change in the way that companies manipulate people and advertise evil, please stand up!' Injured Los Angeles Rams receiver Cooper Kupp is attacking luxury fashion brand Balenciaga over a recent photo shoot with a child holding a teddy bear dressed in a BDSM outfit Fashion brand Balenciaga is apologizing for what many believe is a photoshoot that amounts to child pornography, with a child holding a teddy bear dressed in a BDSM outfit  A young girl is...
    In this article WMTFollow your favorite stocksCREATE FREE ACCOUNTA police tape is seen at the site of a fatal shooting in a Walmart on November 23, 2022 in Chesapeake, Virginia.Nathan Howard | Getty ImagesThe Walmart night crew supervisor who shot and killed six his co-workers Tuesday used a handgun he purchased the morning of the attack and left a "death note," according to details released Friday by Chesapeake, Virginia, officials. The new details indicate 31-year-old Andre Bing used a 9-millimeter pistol which he legally purchased from a local store the same day as the shooting. Officers said they found ammunition, a receipt and paperwork related to the gun purchase at Bing's residence. Police responded to the shooting shortly after 10 p.m. ET on Tuesday, minutes after the attack was reported, and mere days before Thanksgiving and the kickoff of the holiday shopping season. Bing, who officials said had no criminal history, died at the scene from an apparent self-inflicted gunshot wound. The note recovered on Bing's cellphone revealed complaints the mass shooter had about his co-workers and provided a glimpse...
    A survivor of the Walmart mass shooting has described how she was spared by the killer store manager when he paused the rampage to send her home. Jessie Wilczewski had only worked at the store for five days when the manager opened fire in a packed meeting room, killing six people. She described how she took cover under a table as the gunman 'laughed' while several of her co-workers were shot. Jessie said the manager then briefly stopped shooting, turned and pointed the gun at her. He reportedly told her to get out from under the table and said: 'Jessie, go home.' Six people were killed when the shooter opened fire in the breakroom of the Walmart in Sam's Circuit, Chesapeake, at 10.12pm last night. He then turned the pistol on himself. Jessie told WAVY her shift had started off normal. In the moments before the shooting, about 14 employees had gathered in a meeting room to learn about their duties, she said. The gunman opened fire in the break room which is in the back of the store...
    A Chicago journalist is bringing Mayor Lori Lightfoot to court for her 'attack on the First Amendment' after the controversial city leader had the reporter's press credentials revoked. William Kelly, who has long covered Chicago crime and City Hall, appeared on Fox & Friends on Wednesday to recount an exchange he had with Lightfoot back in May, during which she told him he was 'full of crap.' In the video clip, Kelly confronts Lightfoot about the rhetoric of a tweet she sent, in which she wrote, 'To my friends in the LGBTQ+ community - the Supreme Court is coming for us next. This moment has to be a call to arms.'  In Chicago, the First Amendment is on life support, if not dead Kelly asked the mayor if she would 'rescind your call to arms tweet in light' of the most recent Chicago mass shooting. Striking a hostile tone, Lightfoot half-shouted at Kelly, 'No sir, I will not stand down.' She then grew truly irate and lost her temper, yelling, 'You're not gonna talk over me,' at Kelly. 'You will...
    LOTS of viruses rear their ugly heads during the winter months, including the common cold, flu and RSV. But did you know the colder season can also increase your chances of having a fatal heart attack? 1When the temperature falls your heart must work harder to keep you warm which increases your heart rateCredit: Getty A German study, published in 2013 first found that more incidences of heart attacks occurred around the world as temperatures dropped. This is because when the temperature falls your heart must work harder to keep you warm which increases your heart rate, charity Heart Research UK explained. An increased heart rate ups your risk of a heart attack. "While this is a natural process, it can be a cause for concern in those who are more vulnerable such as adults over 65, those with long-term health conditions, and those who are overweight and live less healthy lifestyles," the charity added. Read more on heart attacksRED ALERT The 7 heart attack signs that can strike exactly a month before deadly attackKILLER...
    In the wake of the shooting in Colorado, reporter Kara Swisher had strong words for those on the Right who have spread propaganda about the LGBTQ community over the last year. During an episode of her podcast, co-hosted by Scott Galloway, Swisher shared the news of the nightclub shooting in Colorado that left five people dead over the weekend. “A lot of the right-wing is saying, don’t politicize this right after the event. And I think I shall politicize it because this is a year of propaganda from the Right that smeared the LGBTQ and especially trans community as groomers,” Swisher said. Swisher called out people like Colorado Representative Lauren Boebert for her use of damaging language. “All this legislation, all this hatred. It’s, you know, Lauren Boebert saying she feels this is very upsetting has been right at the forefront of using terms like groomers and pedos around gay people and trans people,” Swisher said. She especially zeroed in on The Daily Wire’s Matt Walsh, with a shot at Twitter CEO Elon Musk in the...
    In the two years before this weekend’s mass shooting at a gay nightclub in Colorado Springs, Sheriff Bill Elder of surrounding El Paso County stridently opposed a 2020 “red flag” law that authorizes the courts to bar dangerous individuals from possessing or purchasing firearms. “I am exploring all available legal options and am committed to vigorously challenging the constitutionality of this law,” Elder said in April 2019. Elder was also vocal in supporting an anti-red flag resolution passed unanimously by county commissioners. What is officially known as the Second Amendment Preservation Resolution declares El Paso to be a “Second Amendment preservation county.” It describes Elder as “a staunch promoter of the Second Amendment,” noting he had issued in excess of 45,500 concealed carry permits, “more than any other Sheriff in the state.” The sheriff further established his gun rights credentials in June 2020, when a local shooting range posted a video of him trying out a fully automatic rifle as onlookers applauded and cheered. He remarked on how easy the weapon was to handle and aim. “Didn’t move at all,”...
    Prosecutors and relatives of one of the alleged co-conspirators and Nazi fanatics that plotted to blow up a string of Manhattan synagogues said he is Jewish - and his grandfather is a Holocaust survivor. Matthew Mahrer, 22, was recently arrested with Christopher Brown, 21, when the pair hatched a plan to attack members of New York's Jewish community before their scheme was foiled. Stuart Rubenstein, Maher's grandfather a Holocaust survivor appeared shocked by the disturbing news of his grandson. He said he 'never figured he [his grandson] would get involved in something like this,' The Daily News reported.  'He's Jewish, you know?' Rubenstein said, in part. 'The other kid was more involved. The other kid must have talked him into it.' Maher has been charged with criminal possession of a weapon and is currently being held on a $150,000 bond. Matthew Mahrer, 22, has been charged with criminal possession of a weapon and is being held on $150,000 bond  Christopher Brown, 21, was in court Sunday after being arrested for planning attacks on NYC synagogues Mahrer's lawyer claims he has autism,...
    Getty Justin Jackson runs away from a Bears defender in 2022. The Detroit Lions have managed to get a big season for their once underrated rushing attack, and while many are calling for change already, things are actually trending in a perfect direction for the team. The Lions have been easing D’Andre Swift back to health, and as they’ve done so, they’ve limited Swift’s overall amount of touches. Still, the running back has remained dangerous and produced in the well-leveraged situations when he has gotten the football. Swift wondered aloud a few weeks back if the Lions might decide to use him more. Others have started to wonder about what the team might do given the emergence of Williams. As he continues to come back off injury, however, the Lions have made the right move not to force Swift’s usage on the field whatsoever. He’s been a weapon when he has touched the ball either with the pass or run, putting up two rushing scores and a receiving touchdown since coming back. The Lions will certainly have a...
    On Saturday, November 19, a mass shooting at a gay nightclub in Colorado Springs, Colorado left five people dead and more than two dozen people injured. The man arrested in connection with the attack, 22-year-old Anderson Lee Aldrich, is facing five counts of first-degree murder and five counts of a "bias-motivated crime causing bodily injury,” according to court filings. And CBS 8 San Diego is reporting that Aldrich is the grandson of California State Assemblyman Randy Voepel. CBS 8 San Diego’s Steve Price reports that Voepel “once drew harsh criticism from several of his colleagues in Sacramento for comparing the January 6 attack on the Capitol to the American Revolutionary War.” A far-right Republican, the 72-year-old Voepel has been an avid supporter of the Tea Party. After a mob of Donald Trump supporters violently attacked the U.S. Capitol Building on January 6, 2021, Voepel declared, “This is Lexington and Concord. First shots fired against tyranny. Tyranny will follow in the aftermath of the Biden swear-in on January 20.” READ MORE: Hate crime, murder charges filed against Club Q suspect in...
    THIS WEEKEND was a bloodbath in many U.S. towns, as 21 people were killed from gun violence across the country. Seattle, Colorado Springs, New York and other cities have been plagued by gun violence and deaths in a weekend marking the 601st mass shooting of 2022. 3Club Q was targeted by a gunman who killed 5 people, including two beloved bartendersCredit: AP 3A 22-year-old gunman opened fire in the gay before he was subdued by patronsCredit: AP Colorado Springs: LGTBQ Club Targeted Five people are dead after a gunman entered a popular gay club, Club Q, in Colorado Springs Saturday night. Patrons of the club apprehended the gunman and beat him with his weapon, according to witnesses. In a statement released by the venue, the actions of patrons to stop the gunman were praised: "Club Q is devastated by the senseless attack on our community. Our prays and thoughts are with all the victims and their families and friends," the club wrote in a Facebook post. "We thank the quick reactions of heroic customers that subdued the gunman...
    More On: pink Pink sings ‘Hopelessly Devoted To You’ during Olivia Newton-John AMAs tribute Pink says recovering from hip surgery has been ‘brutal’ and ‘humbling’ Pink pays tribute to late dad Jim Moore on Veterans Day 14-year-old YouTuber responds to Pink’s criticism of her bikini photos Pink’s husband, Carey Hart, came close to a wardrobe malfunction at the AMAs 2022 — splitting his pants before walking the red carpet. “I’ve been telling you guys that Mr. Hart has a juicy booty,” Pink hilariously told her Instagram followers ahead of Sunday’s show. “He ripped his pants,” the Grammy winner, 43, revealed, with one of her friends chiming in to say that Hart’s bottoms “burst.” When Pink asked the 47-year-old motorcycle racer “what happened” to his outfit, he replied, “The ass blew out of my pants.” While Hart wore shorts in the social media upload, he was back in pants by the time he hit the carpet with Pink and their two children. View this post on Instagram A post shared...
    A MILLWALL fan dubbed “The Lion of London Bridge” has written a book on how he took on armed jihadis. Roy Larner, 52, was stabbed seven times by three terrorists who killed eight and injured 48 on London Bridge and in Borough Market. 4Millwall fan Roy Larner, dubbed 'The Lion of London Bridge', has written a book on how he took on armed jihadisCredit: Nick Obank - The Sun 4Roy roared: 'F*** you, I’m Millwall' as he fought the Islamic killers in a restaurant in June, 2017Credit: Nick Obank - The Sun He roared: “F*** you, I’m Millwall” as he fought the Islamic killers in a restaurant in June, 2017. Roy said: “I almost lost my life but it was worth it. “My fighting them off gave people a lot of time to get out.” Lion of London Bridge is £11.99 on Amazon. Read More oon TerrorismBLADE HORROR Terror probe after cop stabbed to death & another injured by knifeman Roy said yesterday: “Writing my book has been therapeutic and actually helped me get over and process what happened....
    The four University of Idaho students knifed to death in the early hours of Sunday morning were killed so brutally, blood was left oozing through the walls of their rented home, DailyMail.com can reveal. Exclusive DailyMail.com photos show blood dribbling down the side of the house while evidence markers could be seen on the interior walls and back porch. Police sources told DailyMail.com that the scene inside the home is ‘the worst they’ve ever seen’ with the victims left to bleed out following the brutal early morning attack. 'There was blood everywhere,' said one source close to the investigation. 'We have investigators who have been on the job for 20, even 30, years, and they say they have never seen anything like this.' Blood drips down the outside of the wall of the house the four students shared. Investigators describe it as the worst crime scene they have ever seen The four University of Idaho students who were found dead in off-campus housing were identified on Monday as Madison Mogen, 21, top left, Kaylee Goncalves, 21, bottom left, Ethan Chapin, 20, center,...
    Cell phone footage captured the horrific moment a wedding photographer was wrestled to the ground and pistol-whipped by armed attackers in front of terrified newlyweds. Video posted online shows how two men in dark Nike sweatshirts, face masks and dark sweatpants approached the unidentified photographer in broad daylight at San Francisco's Palace of Fine Arts on November 9. It was just one of two assaults on wedding photographers at the Palace of Fine Arts that day, after a recent poll found that a majority of San Franciscans believe their city is going down hill, and a third plan to leave the city within three years.  In the video from Wednesday, armed men could be seen trying to grab the photographer's camera and gear from his camera bag — but the would-be victim manages to hold on to his belongings. At that point, the two men start threatening the photographer with their guns, one of which appeared to have been modified for an extended clip. The victim tries to run away, running past a shocked man in a light colored suit...
    Former SNL star Chris Redd will get surgery on his busted nose - which was described as 'cut to the bone' - after he was attacked with brass knuckles while entering New York City's historic Comedy Cellar. The 37-year-old comedian is scheduled to go under the knife on Tuesday in the same city to finish the repairing process for his broken nose according to sources from TMZ on Tuesday. As the incident happened over two weeks ago, insiders told the publication that the doctor will have a clear view on how to repair the face structure as the swelling has gone down. TMZ reports that the procedure will include breaking the comedian's nose back in order to get it into the correct place and letting the healing process begins so the nose returns back to original form.  Ouch: Former SNL star Chris Redd (seen last month in New York) will get surgery on his busted nose - which was described as 'cut to the bone' - according to sources from TMZ on Tuesday The insider indicates that Chris is not trying...
    Republican Maryland Governor Larry Hogan laid blame for his party's midterm election performance directly at former President Donald Trump's feet on Sunday and called for a new figure to lead the GOP. 'I think it's basically the third election in a row that Donald Trump has cost us the race,' Hogan told CNN's State of the Union. 'Three strikes you're out.' But the term-limited moderate leader also conceded that Trump's influence would take time to fade, noting he's 'still the 800-pound gorilla', especially if the ex-president's promised 'special announcement' on November 15 is the introduction to a third White House campaign. If that's the case, Hogan said, 'there's no question' Republicans will lose the only outstanding Senate race in Georgia.  The GOP is beginning its post mortem as results continue trickling in that show its promised 'red wave' never came to be. Democrats solidified control over the Senate for two more years when Sen. Catherine Cortez Masto narrowly won her race in Nevada on Saturday night. The House of Representatives, which polls projected gaining dozens of new Republican seats, is...
    The police investigation into the melee in Michigan Stadium's tunnel has been turned over to the Washtenaw County Prosecutor´s Office for review. University of Michigan Deputy Police Chief Melissa Overton made the announcement Saturday night, two weeks after multiple members of Michigan State's football team roughed up two Michigan players. 'Consistent with our commitment to transparency and due process, we will not share further information pending the prosecutor´s office review,' Overton said. Michigan State coach Mel Tucker suspended eight players for their role in the melee, and they sat out a second game Saturday in a 27-21 win over Rutgers. 'Michigan State University football core values include integrity, discipline, unselfishness, toughness and accountability,' said Tucker, who made the decision after 'reviewing the disturbing electronic evidence.'  However, Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh believes the four should be punished further, saying he 'can't imagine that this will not result in criminal charges.'  2:13 video of Michigan State assaulting a second Michigan player and the aftermath. Absolutely criminal. The mother of a recruit took this video. pic.twitter.com/9ytoRioTUV— Trevor Woods (@WoodsFootball) October 30, 2022 Social...
    The House Select Committee investigating the Jan. 6 attack on Congress uncovered a number of problems that came from the FBI, Secret Service, Homeland Security and other law enforcement agencies that failed to work as they should have ahead of the attacks on Congress. Writing for Just Security, former FBI agent Asha Rangappa explained that after the Sept. 11 Commission found failures, there were major changes to the government and intelligence community. In that case, however, there was no direct link to someone to blame. In the case of Jan. 6, there is a lot of evidence that federal agencies didn't sound the alarm to the U.S. Capitol, elected officials, the Capitol Police or the Washington, D.C. Mayor to warn that they were certain an attack was coming. While the FBI has done a lot of good work since Jan. 6 in arresting militia members and thwarting attacks, there remains to be reports of a small minority of agents who think Jan. 6 are a waste of time and that the attack wasn't that big of a deal. "That’s a...
    Sex can trigger asthma attacks and flare-ups in the same way as intense exercise, a study has found. The researchers say raising awareness about the link between sex and asthma will 'improve patient’s lives, including their marriages' Between 40 and 90 per cent of asthma patients have symptoms that can be brought on by exercise, but sufferers are unlikely to think of sex as exercise. Dr Ariel Leung, lead author of the study and chief internal medicine resident at Saint Agnes Medical Center in California, said: ‘Many people don’t realize that the energy expenditure of sexual activity is about equivalent to walking up two flights of stairs. She said that reported cases of sex-induced asthma are rare, possibly because those suffering a flare-up will not make the connection. Exercise is well-known to bring on asthma flare-ups, but mainly people do not realize that this also includes sex RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Bonfire night warning for millions of asthmatics: Charity... American teen vaping crisis laid bare: More than 2.6 MILLION... E-cigarettes may cause...
    Broad threats against synagogues and Jewish people in New Jersey ended with the arrest of a teenager from the state, federal authorities announced on Thursday, Nov. 10. A manifesto posted by Omar Alkattoul, 18, of Sayreville in a forum frequented by extremists frightened the public, brought security to Jewish houses of worship and got the FBI involved last week. The concern stemmed from a contention in the post that an attack had already occurred -- which active shooters have done in certain instances across the U.S. just before carrying out their fatal missions. The 2018 Pittsburgh synagogue killings, which was the deadliest attack on Jewish people on US soil, and racially motivated massacre at a Buffalo supermarket this past May were cited as two examples. The FBI warned the Jewish community at large and sparked a surge of law enforcement tactical protection at New Jersey synagogues. “Each and every" law enforcement agency in New Jersey "stood up" to "protect and communicate with our Jewish neighbors against hate,” New Jersey Attorney General Matthew Platkin said late last week. "From direct contact to...
    Megyn Kelly has criticized the New York Times for including her in an article which accuses right wing politicians and commentators of circulating misinformation about the attack on Paul Pelosi. Talk show host Kelly said the paper must ‘grow up’ and ‘do your job’ after the Times singled her out because she ‘raised doubts that all facts were being disclosed’. Kelly, 51, has said San Francisco Police Department, which responded to the attack on 82-year-old Paul Pelosi, has ‘more to disclose’. Police are under pressure to release bodycam footage of their response to the attack on House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s husband on October 28. Kelly was singled out in a Times piece about Republicans who spread 'misinformation' about the attack on Paul Pelosi, 82, because she 'raised doubts that all facts were being disclosed' Paul Pelosi was attacked with a hammer at the San Francisco home he shares with wife Nancy RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next San Francisco Judge presiding over assault case of Nancy... Obama warns Republicans want to 'stir up division' and...
    Screenshot Courtesy YouTube Megyn Kelly is calling out The New York Times for accusing her of spreading misinformation regarding the attack on Paul Pelosi. Last Tuesday, Kelly spoke about the attack with Senator Tom Cotton (R-AR) on her SiriusXM radio program, The Megyn Kelly Show. During their conversation, Kelly believed the San Francisco Police Department looked foolish for their handling of the attack and the very limited amount of information they had made public about the incident: I feel like at a minimum, the SFPD has egg on its face because even under the most generous story to Paul Pelosi and to the San Francisco police, they were in the house when this guy attacked Paul Pelosi with a hammer. I’m not sure how that happened. How do you have police officers on site and an 82-year-old gets attacked with a hammer in front of you when you have a gun as a police officer? It’s one of the many questions here. Kelly, alongside Cotton, called for the release of home security footage from the Pelosi home. “Let’s see it...
    The first time the word “homosexual” appeared in the Bible was in 1946. That year, a committee gathered to translate an updated English version of the book from the Greek. Religious scholars, priests, theologists, linguists, anthropologists, and activists have done decades of research and investigation into the instances where the word appears in the book. Their conclusion is that it was a mistranslation. In other words, the Biblical assertion that homosexuality is a sin—the catalyst for an entire shift in culture, with political repercussions, religious implications, consequences for LGBT rights and acceptance, and, frankly, deadly results—was, they allege, a mistake. As a new film asserts, it was “the misuse of a single word that changed the course of history.” 1946: The Mistranslation That Shifted Culture is a new documentary directed by Sharon “Rocky” Roggio. Ahead of its premiere this week at the DOC NYC festival, it has, as one might expect, gone viral within the conservative and Christian communities. A grassroots campaign to promote the film on social media has gotten its official TikTok account more than 185,000 followers....
    The New York Times published a piece on Saturday accusing Republican officials and prominent right-wing media personalities of spreading misinformation and false conspiracy theories about what happened the night Paul Pelosi was attacked. Pelosi, 82, is recovering at home a week after he was struck in the head with a hammer wielded by David DePape, 42, who broke into the San Francisco property while Pelosi's wife US Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi - along with her security detail - was in Washington, D.C.  In the wake of the attack that occurred in the early morning hours on October 28, different theories about what happened that night began circulating.  There have been theories that the attack had been staged, questions about whether Pelosi knew his attacker and even a theory that the assault was the result of an extramarital gay affair.  In the New York Times piece published this weekend, the paper points to 21 elected officials, candidates and other prominent figures who they claim have spread misinformation or cast doubt on the attack. Yet, there are still many questions left to be answered and...
    In October 2021, Johnson pled guilty to misdemeanor assault and criminal intimidation for the incident and was sentenced to nearly a year in jail — 360 days. Johnson has since served that sentence. Johnson was arrested again on Thursday morning, following the grand jury indictment. There are several federal officials involved in this case. U.S. attorney Kenneth Parker and FBI special agent J. William Rivers announced the charges, and assistant U.S. attorney Megan Gaffney Painter will be prosecuting the case. They believe that Johnson was motivated to attack Tyler because of his race. Johnson faces up to 10 years in federal prison, if convicted. Tyler spoke to reporters following the federal indictment. "I feel really hopeful that things are going to go in the right direction," he said. "And I hope [Johnson] gets the mental treatment he needs." H/T: Fox News
    FISCHL played a prominent role in Genshin Impact’s 2.8 story arc, and was introduced in banners in 3.0. This archer, along with her raven Oz, make a popular and versatile Sub-DPS four-star team. 1Fischl is an Electro archer.Credit: HoYoVerse Get the most out of Genshin Impact’s Fischl with our build guide on the best weapons, artifacts, and team compositions. Best weapons for Fischl in Genshin Impact Fischl’s abilities are her most important attribute, and attack damage comes second. Elemental Mastery and her ability damage will be the important stats to boost. Fischl’s best weapon is actually the four-star bow The Stringless, which provides both Elemental Mastery and increases the damage of special abilities and Elemental Bursts. More in Genshin ImpactANEMO ALCHEMY Get the most out of Genshin Impact’s Sucrose with these weaponsWATER SWORD Get the most out of Xingqiu with these team compositions This combination makes Fischl one of the most attractive characters for those who don’t purchase premium characters and items. Alternative weapons for Fischl as a Sub DPS are: Elegy For The End (five-star bow)...
    The man accused of breaking into the San Francisco home of US House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and attacking her husband with a hammer has been charged, but questions still remain about what actually happened that night.  David DePape, 42, was charged with attempted murder after he struck Paul Pelosi, 82, with a hammer after he broke into their house, calling out 'Where's Nancy' – the same phrase used by Capitol rioters on January 6. A week has passed since the hammer attack and Pelosi is home recovering from injuries to his skull and major surgery, but many questions are still unanswered.   1. Was there a third person involved?  Law enforcement officials confirmed Paul Pelosi and the suspect, DePape, were the only two people at the Pelosi residence when police responded. Paul Pelosi, husband of US House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, was injured in the hammer attack The confusion stemmed from media reports that followed a press conference on October 28 when San Francisco Police Department (SFPD) Chief Bill Scott said that when officers knocked on the front door of the Pelosi residence, 'the...
    David DePape faces both federal and state charges for allegedly breaking into the San Francisco home of Paul and Nancy Pelosi on Oct. 28 and attacking the U.S. House speaker’s husband. The charges are listed in a federal complaint that was filed Oct. 31 in U.S. District Court for Northern California and in a motion to detain filed Nov. 1 by the San Francisco district attorney’s office in Superior Court. Federal charges • Assault on the immediate family member of a federal official, with the intent to retaliate against the official on account of the performance of official duties. • Attempted kidnapping of a federal official on account of the performance of official duties. Charges by the San Francisco district attorney •  Attempted murder, with allegations that it was willful, deliberate and premeditated, that the defendant used a deadly or dangerous weapon, and that the defendant inflicted great bodily injury on a person 70 years of age or older. •  First-degree residential burglary, with an allegation that another person was present in the residence during the commission of the burglary....
    President Biden joked that he has a 'shotgun' waiting for the 'wolf' referencing media reports calling the October jobs report a 'Goldilocks report.'  'New York Times reports, media reports, they call the report the Goldilocks report,' Biden said in remarks on the CHIPS Act in San Diego on Friday. 'I have my shotgun waiting for the wolf,' he added.  The president had seemed to mix up his fairytales. In Goldilocks and the Three Bears, a girl eats three bowls of porridge - one too hot, one too cold and one just right. Little Red Riding Hood is the tale about a young girl and a wolf.  He also mixed up which outlet dubbed it the 'Goldilocks report' - it was CNN. 'It was a “Goldilocks” outcome for the White House – a number that’s not too low, but not too high,' CNN wrote.   The hot jobs market continued in October when the country added 261,000 to the payrolls, the Bureau of Labor Statistics announced on Friday, while the unemployment rate rose to 3.7% from a five-decade low of 3.5%. President...
    THE man who staged a petrol bomb attack in Dover last weekend was immediately branded a terrorist and investigated for links to far-Right political groups. Of course he was. 7The Dover bomber was just a slack-jawed pensioner who had no friends and couldn't readCredit: Reuters 7Instead of using some sophisticated device, he'd simply Sellotaped some fireworks to plastic bottles he'd filled with petrolCredit: Facebook/Andy Leak 7The only casualty of the attack was the bomber himselfCredit: Facebook/Andy Leak We hear about these neo-Nazi groups all the time and we have in our minds that in every pub basement in the land, there are gangs of skinheads with swastikas tattooed on their foreheads, listening to some Austrian businessman who is using his vast wealth to fund an all-out assault on Europe’s immigrants. This is backed up by what we see in television drama. The sinister terrorist groups are never Muslim fanatics because — well, just because. So, instead, they’re always far-Right extremists, hell-bent on reinvigorating Hitler’s dream. It’s scary stuff. Until you actually start looking into these so-called Nazi terrorists....