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    IF you have big boobs, you know the struggle to find a good bra.  We all want our boobs to both look perky and feel light, but it’s hard to achieve that when you’re working with a large chest.  3One woman shared the bra that she wears everydayCredit: TikTok 3She bought it in multiple colors and stylesCredit: TikTok One curvy woman named Amanda, who goes by @plusplasticsx on TikTok, has gained a following of over 240k users thanks to her shopping hauls and product reviews for women with bigger chests.  She recently revealed a garment that has positively changed everything for her: a bralette.  “As a size 38G I have tried a lot of bras. Today I am going to put you onto one of the best bras I have ever owned.”  Amanda said she wears the bra almost every single day and has gotten hundreds of questions about it.  READ MORE ON FASHIONHELLISH HAUL I’m plus size & ordered a haul from Pretty Little Thing - it was a disasterSUMMER STYLE We're size 22 and size 10 - we...
    (CNN)Former President Donald Trump said in a sworn affidavit that he doesn't have any documents sought by the New York attorney general in its investigation of the Trump Organization's finances.In a one-page signed affidavit filed with the court Friday, Trump wrote, "To the best of my knowledge, (i) I do not have any of the documents requested in the subpoena dated December 1, 2021 in my personal possession; and (ii) if there are any documents responsive to the subpoena I believe they would be in the possession or custody of the Trump Organization. 2. At all relevant times, I have authorized, and continue to authorize, the release of any responsive documents to the Office of the Attorney General."NY attorney generals office says its nearly done unraveling Trumps Russian nesting doll Trump signed the document on April 27, the day after the judge issued a written order holding him in civil contempt and fining him $10,000 a day. The former president has appealed that order.Trump's lawyer also submitted a sworn affidavit that she had checked the records, and during a hearing...
    Harris contracted Covid after a week-long trip to California (pictured in San Francisco on April 21)  Vice President Kamala Harris is now taking antiviral Covid-19 medication, her office announced on Tuesday night, despite earlier claiming she has 'no symptoms.'  Her press secretary Kirsten Allen said in a statement that Harris - who is fully-vaccinated and double boosted - received positive rapid and PCR test results after returning from a week in California.  Roughly seven hours after the initial update, however, Allen followed up to say Harris had begun a regiment of Pfizer's Paxlovid.  It's a pill designed to keep high-risk Covid patients out of the hospital, reducing their risk of serious illness by as much as 90 percent. Developing a more severe case of Covid is more likely in people 50 and over. Harris is 57.  'Today, after consultation with her physicians, the Vice President was prescribed and has taken Paxlovid,' the press secretary stated close to 8 p.m. on Tuesday. The vice president's press secretary said she was 'not been a recent contact' to President Joe Biden or First Lady...
    LOGAN PAUL claimed Floyd Mayweather 'doesn’t have any money' amid their bitter pay row. Paul last June faced Mayweather in a shock exhibition bout which went the full eight-round distance. 2Logan Paul claimed Floyd Mayweather 'doesn’t have any money' amid their pay rowCredit: Getty But the YouTube star has since claimed to have not been fully paid - and has been left to chase it up. Paul, 26, alleged his dispute with Mayweather, 45, is still ongoing and questioned the boxing legend's finances. He said on Walkway to Fight Club: “Nah, same s***. It’s unfortunate because it’s Floyd ‘Money’ Mayweather, right? "Surely I was gonna get my cheque fairly quickly, right? Ok, but then that didn’t happen. "So I’m sure it’ll come eventually, right? Maybe in a little bit? Then I realised ‘Ok, I’m being strung along.’ "This is a classic ‘Hey, buddy, you’re the new guy in this industry. We’re gonna puppeteer you however we want with your money. So, hop on for the ride and shut up.’ "But instead of shutting up, I make fun...
    A Louisiana woman has revealed the cruel text messages she received from her soon-to-be-married cousin who demoted her from maid of honor because she is 'fat' and not disciplined enough 'to go on a diet.' Lia, 27, who is known as @liainlouisiana on TikTok, shared a video of herself eating Chick-fil-A in front of their text exchange, which was blown up in the background using the platform's green-screen effect.  The conversation appeared to pick up after Lia's cousin Alejandra called her out about her weight, with the bride-to-be saying: 'You know this bridesmaid group is not a therapy session.'  Scroll down for video   Say what? Lia, 27, from Louisiana, revealed on TikTok that her bride-to-be cousin Alejandra demoted her from maid of honor because of her weight  Way harsh: According to the text exchange, Alejandra told Lia she doesn't 'have any control over [herself] to go on a diet,' saying she likes 'people with discipline'  'Are you embarrassed? Lia asked.   'Of what [?] Of telling you to go on a diet [?] No,' Alejandra replied. 'It's my wedding.'   The bride didn't...
    Sen. Josh Hawley called for the resignation of Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Mark Milley and Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin over the botched troop withdrawal of Afghanistan Tuesday on "Hannity."  JOSH HAWLEY: We also learned today the reason all of those Americans, our fellow citizens, got left behind, it is because Joe Biden waited too long to order an evacuation. He didn’t have the guts to order an evacuation when they needed to be one. He allowed our military to draw down to zero with American civilians all still there and when they needed to be evacuated, he wouldn’t do it, he was worried about how it would look, and now here we are, Americans are left behind, he has abandoned them, thirteen soldiers are dead. That is Joe Biden’s record. … Gen. Milley doesn't want any responsibility, Austin doesn't want responsibility, and most of all, Joe Biden doesn't want to take any responsibility, but it's time that they did, which is why all those guys should resign. Milley needs to resign, Austin needs to resign. I mean Milley, he's sitting here trading gossip with Bob Woodward while Afghanistan literally burns, literally burns. Accountability...
    (CNN)Deaths in Texas from Covid-19 are up 138% compared to two weeks ago, according to The New York Times. And yet, on the same day that 164 Texans died from Covid-19, Gov. Greg Abbott signed an executive order banning any government mandates for the vaccine.The move came days after the Food and Drug Administration gave full authorization to the Pfizer Covid-19 vaccine, removing it from its prior emergency use authorization. (Both the Moderna and Johnson & Johnson vaccines remain under an emergency use authorization.)Abbott moved quickly to amend an executive order he had signed just last month that said that there could be no government vaccine mandate for any of the three vaccines -- all of which were, at the time, under an emergency use authorization. He wanted to make sure that there was no room for any attempt to mandate a fully authorized vaccine.All of which brings me to this simple point: Doesn't Abbott have anything better to do? THE POINT -- NOW ON YOUTUBE! In each episode of his weekly YouTube show, Chris Cillizza will...
    Chaplain Kristin Michealsen holds the hand of a deceased COVID-19 patient while talking on the phone with the patient's family member at Providence Holy Cross Medical Center in the Mission Hills section of Los Angeles on January 9, 2021. Jae C. Hong/AP Photo A nurse quit her job amid the surge in hospitalizations of COVID-19 patients in Mississippi.  Jen Sartin cited exhaustion and mental strain as her reason for switching departments in an interview with MSNBC.  Mississippi is one of the states with the lowest vaccination rate amid the spread of the Delta variant.  10 Things in Politics: The latest in politics & the economy Loading Something is loading. Email address By clicking ‘Sign up’, you agree to receive marketing emails from Insider as well as other partner offers and accept our Terms of Service and Privacy Policy. An intensive care unit nurse is switching her position, citing exhaustion and mental strain after working in a hospital overwhelmed by COVID-19 patients in a state where the vaccination rate is low amid the threat of the Delta variant. ...
    Dr Anthony Fauci said on Monday making children wear face masks 'hopefully' will not have any 'lasting negative impact' on them amid rows over whether face coverings' safety benefits outweigh potential harmful effects on youngsters. With COVID-19 once again on the rise due to the Indian Delta variant, Fauci, who serves as President Joe Biden's chief medical advisor, said it was important to keep 'an open mind' about masks and their safety benefits for children.  'It's not comfortable, obviously, for children to wear masks, particularly the younger children,' said Fauci, speaking on Monday to conservative radio host Hugh Hewitt. 'But you know, what we're starting to see, Hugh, and I think it's going to unfold even more as the weeks go by, that this virus not only is so extraordinarily transmissible, but we're starting to see pediatric hospitals get more and more younger people and kids not only numerically, but what seems to be more severe disease. 'Now we're tracking that, the CDC is tracking that really very carefully, so it's going to be a balance that we would feel very...
    Bruce Arians and Tom Brady share a similar mindset when it comes to retirement: they’re not thinking about it.  The Tampa Bay Buccaneers head coach told the Pewter Report Podcast on Tuesday that he has no plans to retire anytime soon, which means Bucs fans can expect him to finish out his five-year contract and perhaps stick around for more.  PATRIOTS’ CAM NEWTON IS ‘GONNA HAVE TO BEAT OUT YOUNG GUN’ MAC JONES, JULIAN EDELMAN SAYS "I don’t have any plans on retiring," Arians said. "It’s just, when do I not want to go back to work? When I’m not excited about going back to work then I’m cheating somebody. I’m cheating the Glazer family, I’m cheating my players. Right now I can’t wait to get back to work. I don’t know when that’s going to happen, but no, I’m not tied to any players." Arians, 68, served as the offensive coordinator for several NFL teams, winning two Super Bowls during that time, before being named head coach of the Arizona Cardinals in 2013. He later announced his retirement in...
    Rep. Eric Swalwell, D-Calif., "doesn’t have any friends on the Republican side of the aisle," House Intelligence Committee ranking member Devin Nunes, R-Calif., told "Fox News Primetime" Thursday. Nunes joined host Maria Bartiromo shortly before the House voted to table a resolution moved by House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy, R-Calif., aimed at removing Swalwell from the intelligence commiteee over his past ties to an alleged Chinese spy named Fang Fang. The two-page resolution -- obtained by Fox News -- says Swalwell "has not denied public reporting that a suspected Chinese intelligence operative helped raise money for Representative Swalwell's political campaigns" and "other troublesome elements of public reporting." McCarthy said he wants other lawmakers to receive the same security briefing he was given along with House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif, that detailed matters related to Swallwell's alleged foreign ties. HOUSE KILLS GOP BID TO KICK SWALWELL OFF INTEL COMMITTEE OVER PAST TIES TO SUSPECTED CHINESE SPY "There’s not a lot of trust on the Republican side for him ..." Nunes told "Fox News Primetime" host Maria Bartiromo. "We'll be interested to see where the Democrats come down on this. It would have been...
                      by Mary Margaret Olohan  Democratic New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo is “not a nice person” who “doesn’t have any friends,” according to the former lieutenant governor of New York. Former New York Lieutenant Governor Richard Ravitch discussed the governor’s fall from grace in an interview with the New York Times after the majority of the New York Democratic congressional delegation called for Cuomo’s resignation. “The problem with Cuomo is no one has ever liked him,” Ravitch told the publication. “He’s not a nice person and he doesn’t have any real friends.” “If you don’t have a base of support and you get into trouble,” he added, “you’re dead meat.” Cuomo faces two separate investigations: one by the attorney general’s office into allegations of workplace sexual misconduct, and another from the Department of Justice into his role in undercounting nursing home deaths in New York. The governor, who has denied that he ever inappropriately touched anyone, said Friday that no one wants the reviews to conclude “more quickly and more thoroughly” than he...
    Hong Kong (CNN)Beijing has spent years turning islands and reefs in the South China Sea into military bases and airstrips -- but such territory could be vulnerable to attack and nigh indefensible in the event of war, a new report has warned. The bases are "lonely in the distant sea," and far from both the Chinese mainland and other islands in the vast disputed waters, which span some 3.3 million square kilometers (1.3 million square miles), said Naval and Merchant Ships, a Beijing-based magazine published by the China State Shipbuilding Corporation, which supplies the People's Liberation Army. "Islands and reefs in South China Sea have unique advantages in safeguarding national sovereignty and maintaining a military presence in the open sea, but they have natural weaknesses with regard to their own military defense," it added. China claims almost all of the South China Sea, and since 2014 has built up tiny reefs and sandbars into man-made artificial islands heavily fortified with missiles, runways and weapons systems -- prompting outcry from the other governments. At least six other governments also have overlapping...
    The White House is said to be irked by the country's leading infectious-disease expert Dr. Anthony Fauci having given a wide-ranging interview in which he 'appears to play politics' on the coronavirus outbreak just days before the general election. Despite having not been part of any recent White House press conferences on the pandemic for many months nor having spoken to President Trump directly since the start of October, the doctor has laid bare his frustrations with how the current administration is dealing with the disease.  The president now favors hearing from a doctor with a different point of view - Dr. Scott Atlas.  The country's leading infectious-disease expert Dr. Anthony Fauci has given a wide-ranging interview to the Washington Post on the coronavirus response 'We're in for a whole lot of hurt. It's not a good situation,' Fauci said. 'All the stars are aligned in the wrong place as you go into the fall and winter season, with people congregating at home indoors. You could not possibly be positioned more poorly.'  Fauci noted in the interview with the Washington...
    Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said he doesn't know whether any senators currently have COVID-19. In an interview with radio host Hugh Hewitt about the timeline to nominate Judge Amy Coney Barrett to the Supreme Court, the Kenucky Republican said that the Senate "can move forward. Our biggest enemy, obviously, is what we were talking about at the beginning of the show, the coronavirus — keeping everyone healthy and well and in place to do our jobs." McConnell also emphasized the need to continue taking social distancing precautions throughout the process. When asked whether the Senate hearing should be conducted remotely or in a "relatively uncrowded" hearing room, McConnell said, "They've been careful already. ... [The president contracting COVID-19] sort of underscores, I think, the need to do that. And I think every precaution needs to be taken because we don't anticipate any Democratic support at all — either in the committee or in the full Senate. And therefore, everybody needs to be in a 'all-hands-on-deck' mindset." "Is there any member of the Senate, Democrat or Republican — to your...
    A popular fashion blogger and influencer is being accused of having body dysmorphia — and promoting unhealthy beauty standards — with a new Instagram post. Danielle Bernstein, who runs the site We Wore What and has 2.5 million Instagram follows, posted two photos of herself in the same outfit this week, each shot differently — and the 28-year-old's caption indicates that one shows is more 'flattering' while the other shows her cellulite. But the nearly identical photos have many Twitter users scratching their heads, insisting that they couldn't even tell which was supposed to be the 'bad' photo and that she doesn't actually have cellulite. Spotlight: Influencer Danielle Bernstein, who runs the site We Wore What, shared two photos on Instagram in the same outfit to show people how they can hide their cellulite  Spot the difference: The 28-year-old said one was more 'flattering' and the other (pictured) showed her 'cellulite,' insisting that lighting can 'dramatically' change how someone looks 'Both are beautiful, but a quick 180 can dramatically change the look. Just thought I’d share,' she wrote...
    For indispensable reporting on the coronavirus crisis and more, subscribe to Mother Jones' newsletters. Trump: So shower heads, you take a shower, the water doesn’t come out. You wanna wash your hands, the water doesn’t come out… Dishwashers you didn’t have any water… In most places of the country, water is not a problem. They don’t know what do with it. It’s called rain pic.twitter.com/rx96mCFsae — Acyn Torabi (@Acyn) July 16, 2020
    On Saturday, Cleveland Browns quarterback Baker Mayfield posted a video to his Instagram in which he can be seen training while wearing a black t-shirt with the phrase “I Can’t Breathe” in white letters.  View this post on Instagram  Work. @cjmcfarland17 @matt__mayfield Video by @petelaflame A post shared by Baker Mayfield (@bakermayfield) on Jun 13, 2020 at 12:32pm PDT One commenter wrote: “Please tell Browns fans you’re not going to be kneeling this season.” “Pull your head out. I absolutely am,” Mayfield replied, as noted by ESPN’s Adam Schefter. In an Instagram story, the quarterback expanded on his thoughts: Everybody so upset about my comment doesn’t understand the reasoning behind kneeling in the first place. Nate and Kap came to an agreement that kneeling was the most respectful way to support our military while also standing up for equality. I have the utmost respect for our military, cops, and people that serve our country. It’s about equality and everybody being treated the same because we’re all human. It’s been ignored for too long and that is my fault as well...
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