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    A New Orleans man started the gun battle that left him and two others dead inside a Louisiana gun store on Saturday afternoon, according to police. Joshua Jamal Williams, 27, reportedly walked into Jefferson Gun Outlet – a store and indoor shooting range - in Metairie with his brother yesterday at around 3pm, carrying a pistol with an extended magazine unholstered. When staff approached him to ask him to unload his weapon, Williams fired off a warning shot and then fatally shot 47-year-old store clerk Noah Fischbach, police sources told NOLA.com. Several armed patrons inside the gun outlet then began exchanging gunfire with Williams. Williams and a woman were fatally hit during the melee. The suspect died in the parking lot as he was attempting to flee the scene, the Jefferson Parish Sheriff’s Office said. The woman, who has not yet been named, meanwhile, was shot dead near the store’s...
    CNN fact checker Daniel Dale said Sunday that former President Donald Trump’s absence from the national stage means more time to fact check other people. Dale spoke with Brian Stelter on “Reliable Sources” about how the practice of fact checking was changing since Trump left the White House. (RELATED: ‘It Is Consequence Culture’: Brian Stelter Says Lou Dobbs Was Not A Victim Of ‘Cancel Culture’) WATCH: Stelter began by asking Dale and Politifact’s Angie Drobnic Holan whether they felt that fact checking was “easier” with Trump no longer in office. “I see a lot of things that have nothing to do with Trump or Biden. Has the end of the Trump Administration freed you up for other fact checking?” Stelter asked. (RELATED: CNN’s Fact-Checker Says ‘No Equivalence’ Between Trump And Democrats’ Lies) Holan said that the transition had been interesting, saying, “certainly Trump was a very distinctive president...
    Ron DeSantis on Rush Limbaugh: Governor will order flags flown at half-staff to honor controversial radio host Facebook removed the main page of Myanmar military as protests continue following a military coup © eva marie uzcategui/Agence France-Presse/Getty Images THE BIG MOVE Load Error ‘The Big Move’ is a MarketWatch column looking at the ins and outs of real estate, from navigating the search for a new home to applying for a mortgage. Do you have a question about buying or selling a home? Do you want to know where your next move should be? Email Jacob Passy at TheBigMove@marketwatch.com. Dear MarketWatch,  I am hoping to be a first-time homebuyer soon. I have worked with a real-estate agent for a few months, who has shown me some nice places, but nothing has really felt like the “right” place yet. One potential spot popped up...
    AG nominee Garland vows to restore DOJ independence; casts domestic extremist battle as central to mission Who will be the next F.D.A. chief? © Linda Davidson/The Washington Post via Getty Images The BLT Prime restaurant at the Trump International Hotel in Washington DC. Linda Davidson/The Washington Post via Getty Images BLT Prime, the Trump DC restaurant hotel, often received rotten produce, according to a former chef. According to the Washingtonian, food suppliers sent the chef "rotten produce and subpar cuts of meat." Rudy Giuliani was a regular presence at the restaurant and treated his table like a workspace. Visit the Business section of Insider for more stories. While the BLT Prime restaurant at the Trump International Hotel in Washington DC was marketed for its upscale sensibilities, it often received spoiled produce, the steakhouse's former executive chef told Washingtonian magazine. With former President Donald Trump out of office...
    The recent acknowledgment from Red Bull regarding the performance clauses in Max Verstappen’s contract left the team and their long-term followers in tatters. Considering the fact that Verstappen has been a one-man army for the Austrian-outfit over the past couple of years, his potential exit could dent their future goals pretty badly. However, it doesn’t seem to be a serious issue, according to the team’s boss, Christian Horner. He revealed that the flying Dutchman has huge trust over the team’s future plans. Hence, Horner clarified that Max would never run after the clause at any point in his career. Furthermore, he also reckoned the bonding Max managed to develop with the team is pretty much inseparable. Red Bull boss not afraid of the Max Verstappen contract clause According to Motorsport-Total, Horner is unconcerned by the contractual clause that recently came to light. “It’s always more about the relationship than contracts,”...
    The countdown has finally begun for the commencement of the 2021 F1 season, with just a month away from hearing the famous David Croft phrase, ‘It’s lights out and away we go.’ And amid such an aching for racing to return, all eyes will be on Sebastian Vettel and the potential return to his older form. With the season right around the corner, the predictions have already started falling in most of which hint at one outcome – an exciting and close battle-filled 2021 season. This is primarily because of two rising mid-field teams, McLaren and Aston Martin. The rivalry between the two British teams ignited during the 2020 season, as their battle for P3 on the constructor’s table went down the wire to the Abu Dhabi GP. Lewis Hamilton of Great Britain and McLaren drives during the Chinese Formula One Grand Prix at the Shanghai International Circuit in Shanghai,...
    What Comes Next for Kim Kardashian as She Navigates Her Future Amid Kanye West Divorce Work for Yourself? Here’s How to Reduce Self-Employment Taxes Michelle Wie West took to Twitter on Friday night to express outrage over a story former New York City mayor Rudy Giuliani told on Steve Bannon’s “War Room” podcast Thursday. © Provided by Golfweek “Do you have time for a funny story?” Giuliani began. He then proceeded to recount a round with the late Rush Limbaugh at a charity fundraiser seven years ago in which the paparazzi was “driving us crazy.” Giuliani went on to suggest that the photographers were actually in pursuit because of the putting stance of their playing partner Michelle Wie, who “bends all the way over and her panties show.” “What this person should have remembered from that day,” Wie wrote, “was the fact that I shot 64 and beat every...
    A man remains entrenched with a shotgun minutes before ten o’clock at night at his home on Portal de Foronda street, in Vitoria, where the Ertzaintza had gone after receiving a complaint for threats from him against his partner, as reported by the Basque Department of Security. Around seven in the afternoon, a woman has filed a complaint about threats made against her by her partner who, in a video sent to you by mobile phone, he threatened her by brandishing a shotgun. Once the complaint was collected, the Ertzaintza went to the man’s home, located on Portal de Foronda street, to ask for an explanation, to which he refused to receive them and has entrenched, allegedly in possession of the long gun that he wielded in the video. Basque Police crews have cordoned off the area and are trying to convince the man to turn himself in and...
    Had she ever written the autobiography she teasingly promised, these are the pictures she might have chosen for the cover. Beguiling, glossy, poised and confident, her eyes shining with intelligence, the young woman they show knows the power of her glamour. She is a woman on the threshold of a glitteringly assured life. Taken almost 32 years ago, they were never destined for public viewing and, until today, have never been made public. How different they would look now, if taking photographs were permitted inside the grim New York detention centre where Ghislaine Maxwell is being held on multiple charges relating to the sexual abuse of girls. Taken almost 32 years ago, the snapshots of Ghislaine Maxwell were never destined for public viewing and, until today, have never been made public This week, it was claimed that the coiffed hair she once maintained in Manhattan's top salons is falling out,...
    White House press secretary Jen Psaki said recently that the administration of President Joe Biden would not be “looking to the last presidency” as a model for foreign policymaking, but the priorities outlined by Biden thus far tell a different story.
    Ken Griffin brushed off accusations that his massive hedge fund Citadel Investments had a hand in spoiling the “Reddit Rally,” calling it an “insane conspiracy theory.” Fresh off his Thursday testimony on Capitol Hill on last month’s surprise surge in shares of GameStop and AMC Entertainment, the Wall Street billionaire pushed back Friday on the idea that he was playing both sides of the chaotic short squeeze. Some Reddit-fueled retail investors have accused his hedge fund of moving to invest $2 billion in Melvin Capital — a high-profile hedge fund whose bets against GameStop shares they had attacked — even as his securities firm was tasked with executing many of their GameStop trades on Robinhood that were squeezing the crippled hedge fund. In particular, rumors have swirled that Griffin’s fund was involved in Robinhood’s decision to limit users’ ability to buy GameStop shares, and that he was conspiring to...
    A Ukrainian man reported a fictitious murder to the police so that they could come to his house and clear the road leading to his house. This incident occurred last Saturday, February 13 in the village of Grybova Roudnia, located in the north-west of theUkraine. A man called the police to report himself, saying he had killed his stepfather. This individual told the police that it was necessary that they come with a snow plow because they needed to clear the road covered up to 50 cm of snow in some places. Once there, the police discovered the father-in-law of the alleged murderer alive. The young man invented this murder story because he wanted the police to clear the road leading to his home. The Ukrainian faces a fine of up to € 3.5 for disturbing the police. > See our file on miscellaneous...
    New York : Cuomo and prosecutor James, January 2019 Photo: EFE / EPA / JAMES KEVIOM A dozen Democratic legislators in the state Assembly showed great support for Ron Kim, the Queens Assemblyman who denounced that Governor Andrew Cuomo threatened to “destroy” him over the scandal of the deaths in nursing homes, a case now investigated by the FBI and the US Attorney General’s Office. “We are deeply disturbed for the governor’s attacks on our colleague, a fellow Democrat, Assemblyman Kim, ”said the statement, issued by legislators Harvey Epstein, Tom Abinanti, Khaleel Anderson, Robert C. Carroll, Emily Gallagher, Jessica González-Rojas, Andrew Hevesi , Anna Kelles, Zohran Mamdani, Marcela Mitaynes, Yuh-Line Niou, and Phara Souffrant-Forrest. Cuomo’s office has denied threatening Kim and accused the assemblyman of lying about the phone call the governor made to him on February 11. The twelve legislators also said that back...
    Bolsonaro reiterates that he will promote changes in Petrobras after causing a crisis
    A top member of President Joe Biden's COVID panel is distancing himself from New York Governor Andrew Cuomo, denying Cuomo's claim that he was a 'chief advisor'. Dr. Michael Osterholm, an infectious disease expert with the University of Minnesota, was the latest to distance himself from Cuomo as fallout grows from the governor's nursing home deaths scandal. Cuomo's administration had claimed Osterholm was a 'chief advisor' who spoke with the governor on a 'regular basis' -- claims the epidemiologist was quick to deny on Thursday. 'I've had one, five-minute conversation in my entire life with Governor Cuomo, just a few weeks ago when he called me, just to congratulate me on a TV program appearance,' Osterholm told the PBS program Firing Line. Dr. Michael Osterholm, an infectious disease expert with the University of Minnesota, denied New York Governor Andrew Cuomo's claim that he was a 'chief advisor' ...
    Nearly a week after the Senate acquitted former President Trump of inciting insurrection, Mr. Trump's grip on the Republican Party remains firm. Eight out of 10 Republicans still view him favorably, according to a Politico/Morning Consult poll, even after seven Republican senators voted "guilty" and Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell chastised the ex-president for his behavior leading to the January 6 riot. Republicans who cross the former president do so at their own political risk. State and local GOP committees have taken measures to censure some of the seven Republicans who voted to convict the former president. And McConnell was on the receiving end of a string of insults from Mr. Trump, who called him a "dour, sullen, and unsmiling political hack." On Wednesday, the ex-president did a round of cable news interviews to mark the death of conservative talk radio provocateur Rush Limbaugh. As he reminisced about Limbaugh on Fox...
    Pablo Iglesias Y Can have protested in recent days against the arrest of rapper Pablo Hasel Last monday. In the control session to the Government last Wednesday, the second vice president of the Government responded to the PP that it did not seem “normal” for “Cristina Cifuentes to go out of business” in the trial of the Master case “and [el rapero] Pablo Hasel is in jail. “ However, the purple formation leader’s opinion of the rapper wasn’t always this favorable. In an interview in 2014, Iglesias even asked that he “not come near” to him, and considered that the “problems” of the rapper were not “politicians, they are from psychiatric.” In the interview, made on the YouTube channel Furor TV in May 2014, Iglesias answered a question that Hasel asked him: “If you could charge Juan Carlos de Borbón, Amancio Ortega or Aznar, who would you take out...
    Ted Cruz contradicted Sean Hannity on Thursday night by admitting he planned to stay in Cancun ‘through the weekend’ even as the Fox News host tried to claim the Texas senator flew for a ‘round-trip quick drop-off home.’ Cruz appeared on Hannity’s nightly primetime Fox News show in an attempt to defuse the firestorm of criticism being aimed at the Republican senator after he was photographed taking a flight for a weekend vacation to Mexico on Wednesday. He landed back in Houston on Thursday afternoon and said he 'regrets' flying to Cancun in the middle of the state's energy crisis for a vacation - but insisted he was 'just trying to be a dad'. Cruz was initially due to return to Texas on Saturday. 'It was obviously a mistake and in hindsight I wouldn't have done it,' he said, speaking on arrival at home in Houston. Ted Cruz contradicted...
    New York : Although today he has more than two decades of artistic career and has achieved great success, especially on television, Juan Soler He confesses that it was not easy at all to confront his family during his youth and reveal to them that he wanted to be in the middle, and points out that the one with whom he had the most conflicts on this issue was with his father. In the section “Put Your Tail on the Burro” by Jorge “El Burro” Van Rankin In “Hoy”, the actor pointed out that at first he never imagined himself on the small screen, because he practiced a lot of high-performance sports and was part of a national team in his native Argentina, but after taking a test he was completely in love with the profession . “The performance came to me by chance. I practiced rugby professionally and...
    This Thursday, Telecinco issued a new chapter of The island of temptations 3. Among the novelties, it was possible to see how Sandra Barneda offered the boys that one of them saw the girls for 10 minutes. The participants deliberated that it was Diego, as he had many doubts with Lola. Upon returning, he recounted what he had seen, including that Claudia, Raúl’s girlfriend, was with Tony in his room. This caused the canary to collapse in a matter of seconds. For their part, Claudia and Tony were preparing the latter’s costume suit for a themed party. “It was a jug of cold water, because I was not expecting it at all. I’ve always been very sure of myself And here I have realized that I am weaker. This is fucking shit, fucking garbage. What are you playing at? It makes me angry that he doesn’t think of me....
    New York : Sebastian Yatra He is one of the artists with the largest number of followers on social networks and his songs have conquered thousands of people around the world, and although he assures that he enjoys the honeys of his career success, he confesses that acting is one of his most great wishes, which you are about to fulfill. The Colombian spoke for Planeta Radio and expressed his emotion, because very soon he will be able to start with the recordings of a musical comedy series that will be conducted by Manolo Caro. He also noted that, although he is somewhat nervous about working with one of the most renowned executives in Latin America, he is confident that he will do well. “I’ve been dreaming of acting for a long time and I’m going to do it with Netflix and Manolo Caro, so I’m more than happy....
    The billionaire businessman and founder of Microsoft, Bill Gates, assured this Thursday, February 18, that he has a neutral stance regarding bitcoin (BTC) and also made it clear that he has not invested in the cryptocurrency. During an interview with the US network CNBC, on the Squawk Box program, Gates said that he “had no bitcoin.” In addition, he clarified that he also does not trade short (betting that the price of BTC will fall), so he has opted for a “neutral view” on the cryptocurrency. The philanthropist was also consulted about the role that cryptocurrency plays in climate change, due to the energy that mining farms consume. However, he did not answer the question and instead referred to the payment tools that his foundation has developed in vulnerable countries. “Moving fiat money in a more digital way and reducing transaction costs is something the Gates Foundation does in developing...
    Conservatives slammed a bill proposed by House Democrats that would ban “twice impeached” presidents from being buried in Arlington National Cemetery. “This is pathetic, even for you, House Democrats. I heard some of you went to law school. Ever heard of a bill of attainder?” lawyer Harmeet Dhillon tweeted in response to the proposed bill. H.R. 484 was introduced in late January and is known as the "No Glory for Hate Act." It would "prohibit the use of Federal funds for the commemoration of certain former Presidents” who have been impeached twice. Former President Donald Trump is the only president in the nation’s history who has been impeached twice. He was not convicted in either instance. HOUSE DEMOCRATS INTRODUCE BILL TO BAR 'TWICE IMPEACHED' FORMER PRESIDENTS FROM BURIAL AT ARLINGTON CEMETERY Others echoed Dhillon’s tweet, including Rep. Steve Scalise. “Dems just introduced a bill...
    POLICE have begun a search for a missing teenager feared dead after his family say they recognised him in a distressing TikTok video being thrown off a bridge. Silvano Cantaro’s anguished family stumbled across the 38-second footage four days after he last made contact with them when he left his native Peru to buy clothes in Colombia and resell when he returned home. 4Silvano Cantaro, 19, told his family his friends had left him stranded with no food or money in ColombiaCredit: ATV Noticias 4His family believe the man thrown off a bridge in this TikTok clip is SilvanoCredit: ATV Noticias The 19-year-old told his loved ones he had been left stranded without food or cash after being abandoned by friends he had travelled with. The man recognised as Silvano by his family was filmed being quizzed about where he was from in the extraordinary video, which was reportedly erased...
    New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio slammed Andrew Cuomo for 'bullying' a state lawmaker who claimed the governor threatened to 'destroy' him unless he helped cover up the COVID-19 nursing home scandal.  During an interview with MSNBC on Thursday, de Blasio addressed the claim made by assemblyman Ron Kim who said Cuomo made threats as part of an effort to get him to 'cover up' for a top aide who admitted that his administration concealed the real number of nursing home deaths from the virus.  'It's a sad thing to say ... but that's classic Andrew Cuomo,' de Blasio told the network.  'A lot of people in New York state have received those phone calls. The bullying is nothing new.' De Blasio went on to say that he '100 per cent' believes Kim. New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio slammed Andrew Cuomo for 'bullying' a state lawmaker who...
    New York : First we tell you exclusively that Fernando Colunga was out of ‘Malverde, The Patron Saint’, then we told you that Pedro Fernandez would replace him, and this morning he confirmed it himself in ‘Today’. “Excited with a wonderful project that we will soon begin to record … I am the protagonist of this new telenovela / series called Jesús Malverde, with a lot of emotion, a lot of joy”Pedro Fernández began by saying and thus confirms what we are telling you. There were many names that were put on the table, and others with which they speculated… However, as we told you, Telemundo decided to form with Pedro Fernandez. The singer of ‘La Mochila Azul’ assured that his family is happy and excited about this challenge in a character that he had never done in his career, which always relied on romantic comedies. “There are many...
    German Ortega, recognized as one of the “Mascabrothers”, confessed on the verge of tears that his economic situation is going through its worst moment. Requesting that the government of Mexico City authorize the reopening of the theaters, German told in an interview for the program Sale el Sol that he is experiencing a great economic crisis. “How am I going to do to pay … my electricity? How am I going to do to pay …? … What do I do?”, The actor expressed with a broken voice and about to cry. After enlisting various colleagues in the artistic medium who are also experiencing a complicated situation, Ortega took up his case and added: “I owe tuition fees, they have already canceled my cards… to what degree do we wait for it to arrive? For me to go crazy and run like crazy on the street, because waters, we are...
    New York : Bachata and pop singer-songwriter Prince Royce. Photo: Courtesy of the artist Prince royce He confesses that he is worried that he will get COVID-19 again like in June of last year where he did not have so well during the process. The singer will participate this Thursday, February 18 in ‘Lo Nuestro Award’ in Univision, where he will sing a song with Natti Natasha. Although he’s happy to be back on stage, he’s worried. In an interview with Oscar Petit for ‘The fat and the skinny’, the ‘Prince of Bachata’ confessed that although he already had coronavirus, as he himself shared it on the networks, his antibodies are going down and it is possible that he no longer has them. “I took the test when I got COVID and I had. I did it again after three months, and although I had,...
    Dr. Dre can simple be crowned as the first true hip hop king of his times. The rapper, record producer, audio engineer, record executive, and entrepreneur began his career as a member of the World Class Wreckin’ Cru in 1985. He got recognition after he became a part of the gangsta rap group N.W.A. The group was talking about the violence of street life with its explicit lyrics in hip hop and gained popularity because of it. He is also credited as a key figure in the popularising West Coast G-funk, a subgenre of hip hop which is characterised by a synthesizer foundation and slow, heavy beats. Dr Dre Health Update: 55-Year-Old Music Mogul Says He Is Doing Great After Hospitalisation. Dr Dre is a rap artist who was celebrated for his uniquely bold, non-compromising approach when it came to creating songs. He also collaborated with many fellow artists and took care of their...
    Kanye West 'is anxious and very sad' as he's been having a difficult time amid a growing sense that his marriage to Kim Kardashian is coming to an end. 'Kanye is not doing well,' an insider told People Wednesday of the 43-year-old star. 'He knows that the marriage is over, and there's nothing that can be done right now.' The Grammy-winner 'also knows what he is losing in Kim,' the source told the outlet of the celebrity split, as divorce papers have yet to be filed. The latest: Kanye West, 43, 'is anxious and very sad' as he's been having a difficult time amid a growing sense that his marriage to Kim Kardashian, 40, is coming to an end. He was snapped in NYC in 2019 The marriage suffered immensely amid the pressures last year presented, as 'there is very little hope of reconciliation' between the reality star and recording...
    President Donald Trump called in to Fox News Wednesday to offer his tribute to talk host Rush Limbaugh – who he said shared his own beliefs that the election was stolen. 'Rush thought we won. And so do I,' said Trump in the extended interview. Trump used the segment to vent about the election, having skipped Joe Biden's inauguration after weeks claiming it had been rigged. 'I think it's disgraceful what happened. We were like a Third World country on election night,' Trump said. 'I was disappointed by voter tabulation. I think it's disgraceful what happened,' Trump said, in his first live comments since his Senate acquittal at the end of his impeachment trial on Saturday.  'I think we won substantially. And Rush thought we won,' Trump continued from his home at Mar-a-Lago, where he has been since January 20. Limbaugh was one of Donald Trump's most ardent supporters....
    Politicians and political commentators mocked President Biden for a gaffe Tuesday when he said "we didn't have" the COVID-19 vaccine when he came into office. Biden made the slip-up during a CNN town hall with host Anderson Cooper. He had said earlier in the town hall that there were "50 million doses that were available" when he took office, in response to a question about his administration's vaccine rollout. US ADMINISTERING 1.7M COVID-19 VACCINE DOSES DAILY, WHITE HOUSE SAYS "It's one thing about the vaccine – which we didn't have when we came into office – but a vaccinator, you need the needle, you need the mechanisms to be able to get it in," the president said. "Now, we have made significant strides increasing the number of vaccinators." Biden received his second dose on Jan. 11 as president-elect, three weeks after getting his first one with television cameras rolling in an attempt to reassure the American public that the inoculations are safe....
    Fernando Carrillo broke the silence and expressed his discontent after his colleague Raúl Juliá Levy pointed out him as a bisexual person. According to Juliá Levy, during the time he lived with the 55-year-old Venezuelan, he showed his taste for both sexes; However, Carrillo defends himself against this claim by assuring that he ended his friendship with Raúl on very bad terms, which is why he is now attacking him with his statements. “He was known, he was a neighbor of mine in Malibu, he lived in Malibu when I lived in Malibu for 8 years, always with a lie we ate sometime, we had breakfast in a place where local people went, always lying that he was going to take me with Charlie Sheen , that I was going to introduce myself to people, who was the son of this great actor who made the film ‘Los Locos...
    Lambán (PSOE) announces that he suffers from colon cancer
    A TikTok user unleashed her inner pettiness on Valentine's Day by gifting her husband a box decorated with cutouts of other women's photos he has liked on Instagram.  Gloria, who is known as @gr93la on the platform, shared a video of herself making the one-of-a-kind gift before presenting it to her unsuspecting spouse in a hilarious follow-up post.   'Since everybody is sharing what they got their significant other for Valentine's Day, I thought I'd share mine,' the California resident explained.  Scroll down for video   Petty: Gloria, who is known as @gr93la on TikTok, made her husband a box decorated with cutouts of other women's photos he has liked on Instagram for Valentine's Day Going viral: Gloria shared a video of herself making the one-of-a-kind gift out of styrofoam and red tissue paper. She stuck the photos into the box's platform using wooden skewers  'So I got my...
    Fact check: Post distorts WHOs COVID-19 PCR testing guidelines Prosecutors Probe ‘Vaccinegate’ Scandal Roiling Peru’s Elite Bruce Arians addresses perception that he takes shots at Bill Belichick Bruce Arians has been open about the fact that he does things a lot differently from Bill Belichick, but the Tampa Bay Buccaneers coach insists people have misinterpreted some of his remarks. © Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports Arians has seemingly boasted about giving Tom Brady freedom he never had in New England. In an appearance on Showtime with Ray Lewis this week, Arians was asked to shed some light on Brady’s motivation for winning a seventh Super Bowl. He found a very diplomatic way to say Brady wanted to prove he could win a title without Belichick. Arians also had high praise for the Patriots coach. “I think his competitive spirit is so strong that he wanted to do it. He wanted...
    NFL quarterback Cam Newton has spent a shocking amount of money on clothes over the years. The current free agent, who played last season with the Patriots, is known for his eccentric outfits, and it’s apparently come at a high price. How high of a price? Start thinking in the seven figures range. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football)   View this post on Instagram   A post shared by Cam Newton (@cameron1newton) Newton said the following in a recent YouTube video: I’ve spent thousands and thousands of dollars, maybe even millions of dollars on clothes that I only wore once. So, to be able to recycle the closest, so to speak, is something that’s challenging, but at the same time, it’s going to be fun to do so throughout this whole year. You can watch his full comments below. I...
    JEAN-BAPTISTE LACROIX/AFP via Getty Images Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson still envisions the Oval Office in his future. The former wrestler, who’s teased his presidential ambitions for years, doubled down on the possibility in a new interview. “I would consider a presidential run in the future if that’s what the people wanted,” he told USA Today. “Truly I mean that, and I’m not flippant in any way with my answer. That would be up to the people… So I would wait, and I would listen. I would have my finger on the pulse, my ear to the ground.” Johnson’s new autobiographical TV series Young Rock also alludes to a future presidential bid. Each episode of the NBC sitcom opens and closes with mock interviews in which he’s campaigning for office in 2032. Back in 2017, Johnson told GQ that a future White House run was a “real possibility.” Several months later, the...
    Donald Trump Jr says his father will keep pushing their 'America First' agenda by backing candidates who believe in his message rather than 'establishment guys'. Speaking after the former president's second impeachment acquittal, Donald Jr said his family will continue their efforts to rebrand the Republican party. Speaking to Sean Hannity on Fox News, Donald Jr said of his father: 'He is going to keep pushing that America First agenda, fighting for the American worker. Watch the latest video at foxnews.com Fox News Privacy Policy Donald Trump Jr says his father will keep pushing their 'America First' agenda by backing candidates who believe in his message rather than 'establishment guys' 'He's going to be pushing for candidates who will do that, not the random establishment guys that have sat there for years, have done absolutely nothing and get total support from the establishment base.  'We're going to do exactly...
    SHOCKING video captured a bar brawl that got former NFL star Adam "Pacman" Jones arrested after he "knocked a bouncer unconscious." The video shows multiple people involved in the fight throwing punches - and chairs - at an Ohio bar around 1am on Monday. 3Adam 'Pacman' Jones was arrested on MondayCredit: Hamilton County Sheriff's Office 3Jones claims he was not the one who started the brawlCredit: Getty Images - Getty Jones, a former Cincinnati Bengals cornerback, was arrested after the brawl and one witness alleged that he knocked a security guard out before repeatedly kicking the man in the head. The witness told TMZ that the fight broke out after Jones and an entourage were thrown out of Cincinnati’s Clutch OTR bar and refused re-entry. The former player, 37, then became aggressive, the witness said, and pushed his way back in. "Pacman knocked the security guy out then proceeded...
    New York : Since the beginning of this 2021, the Mexican regional singer, Vicente Fernandez It has not ceased to be a topic of conversation in the different media of the show due to its controversy around various accusations of sexual harassment. And in view of this scenario, an old interview was taken up for a Mexican media outlet, which shows that Vicente too experienced sexual harassment firsthand, by a woman he worked for in his youth. In 2012, he faced what for him has been one of the most difficult moments of his life and revealed that when he was starting his music career, who was his boss sexually harassed him. He explained that on one occasion the alleged culprit asked him to take a bath and then “have a good time.” “It was a lady named Chuy. Once, finishing singing, he said to me: ‘Go take a...
    Esteban Wiens, a candidate for the City Council of the East, began his political campaign in the face of municipalities with a particular audiovisual. In it, the son of the Minister of Public Works, emphasizes that he is the « candidate of the dogs », as had happened with Arnaldo Samaniego some time ago. To the rhythm of the Mexican group, Bronco and with a man driving without a seat belt, the campaign spot by Esteban Wiens, son of the Minister of Public Works, Arnoldo Wiens, begins. Next, the driver of the vehicle spots an advertising poster of Esteban Wiens and launches “This is the candidate of the dogs”. In the last municipal elections, but also for Asunción, Arnaldo Samaniego in search of the “rekutu” had used audiovisuals in which businessmen praised his figure and pointed to him “as one of the dogs”, but that did not help him much...
    Julian Marquez and Miley Cyrus. Photo by ESPN MMA / Twitter and Matthew McNulty / Getty Images Julian Marquez used his recent UFC win as a platform to ask Miley Cyrus for a date, and she responded. But he then issued a demand and it looked like he had screwed up. "Everything is going to work out the way you guys want it to work out," he said Monday. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. A UFC knockout artist called Julian Marquez thinks it's hilarious that the MMA world said he blew his shot at a date with Miley Cyrus. "Everything is going to work out the way you guys want it to work out," Marquez told MMA Junkie Radio on Monday. Marquez fought Saturday for the first time in two-and-a-half years. He won, in style, when he submitted Maki Pitolo with an anaconda choke in the...
    Ben Sasse spent much of his life in the belly of the liberal elite beast, gathering intel on us. He did his undergrad at Harvard, got a Ph.D. from Yale, and in between cadged a master’s in liberal arts from tiny but respected St. John’s College in Annapolis, Maryland, where all they do is read great books from Aristotle to Hume to Hegel to Merleau-Ponty and think deep thoughts. You’d think after all that field work that he’d have a pretty good sense of the species. But he made it clear over the weekend that he understands nothing of liberalism. His statement explaining his vote to convict Donald Trump opens thus: “An impeachment trial is a public declaration of what a president’s oath of office means and what behavior that oath demands of presidents in the future. But here’s the sad reality: If we were talking about a Democratic president,...
    New York : Mr. Francisco. Photo: Mike Windle / . After almost three years of absence, Mr. Francisco is preparing for his stellar return to driving with a project in which he promises to make the public know a little more about his personal life and, at the same time, has a project that fills him with enthusiasm and that he hopes his followers will enjoy so much As the. In a video conference, Mario kreutzberger, real name of the presenter, pointed out that the coronavirus quarantine made him take out the writer inside him and prepares a story in which he assures that, at 80, he still has many things to live and enjoy next to his loved ones and also In solitary. “I have been in a pretty strict quarantine and that has allowed me to reflect on life. I wrote a book...
    Every time he had the chance to start, Mauro Zárate completely wasted his opportunity. Before Gymnastics, he spent his last bullet. It has been demonstrated why Russo preferred Soldano for so long: while he doesn’t score goals, he at least shows commitment to the team. In mid-2021, it will be three years since Mauro Zarate arrived at the professional team of Boca Juniors. With great fanfare and after a conflictive departure from Vélez, the forward arrived at Xeneize with the illusion of winning the Copa Libertadores and entering the consideration of the Argentine team looking for a leap in quality in his career … Well, none of that occurred. Only, in almost three years, he played 76 games and scored 17 goals. It is a really poor statistic for a player who knew how to integrate the big leagues of Europe. However, this is not by chance: in Boca he...
    Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson is still open to diving into politics. During a 2017 appearance on "The Ellen DeGeneres Show," the star said that he was "seriously considering" a run for president. Nowadays, he's further alluding to a possible run with his new sitcom "Young Rock," which chronicles his younger years. According to USA Today, each episode of the show features the star in mock interviews during a 2032 run for office. DWAYNE JOHNSON REFLECTS ON DISCRIMINATION HE FACED AS A CHILD: 'RACIAL PREJUDICE WAS PRETTY PREVALENT' Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson said he's still considering a presidential run. (Photo by Axelle/Bauer-Griffin/FilmMagic) Despite having years' worth of projects lined up in Hollywood, the star still hasn't ruled out one day vying for the Oval Office. "I would consider a presidential run in the future if that's what the people wanted," he told the outlet. "Truly I mean that, and I'm not flippant...
    Rick Springfield and his wife of 36 years have been keeping busy during the coronavirus pandemic. The "Jessie’s Girl" singer told People magazine on Monday that he and his spouse Barbara Porter have made use of lockdown by having "lots of sex." "That’s about it," the 71-year-old told the outlet.  However, the ‘80s star did reveal another activity that he and Porter, 58, have enjoyed doing together. RICK SPRINGFIELD NEVER SAW 'JESSIE'S GIRL' AGAIN "We played Monopoly the other day with the guy that works at my studio and that was a trip," he shared. "I haven’t done that in 40 years, and it was hilarious. We had a blast. I never had time for stuff like that before." Springfield and Porter, 58, originally met in the ‘70s while the artist was working on an album in Los Angeles at Sound City recording studios. Porter also worked there at the...
    The President of Aragon, Javier Lambán, announced this Monday that he suffers colon cancer and that he will start treatment next week, though will remain in office “for maintaining my commitment to the Aragonese.” This was revealed in a brief press conference that he has called urgently at 12.00. From the Columns room of the Pignatelli Building, the socialist Javier Lambán has admitted that the diagnosis has supposed a “strong personal injury“and has reported that he will start the healing treatment next week. Lambán has confessed that he has tried to face the news “with the maximum serenity from the first moment “and that he feels comforted by the support of his family. Likewise, he has placed the value of public health:” I am reassured by the competence of public health professionals “, in whose hands the Aragonese president. Lambán has said that his intention is to remain...
    ‘Last Week Tonight’: John Oliver Takes a Close Look at the Odds of Another Pandemic and How to Prevent It Tesla to Start Making Cars in India, Targeting Sprawling Market Jalen Hurts gives sign that he is Eagles’ starting quarterback The Philadelphia Eagles still have some issues at the quarterback position, but Jalen Hurts is trying to resolve them for the team. © Bill Streicher-USA TODAY Sports Jalen Hurts was a second-round pick last year and is still fairly new to the Eagles. Hurts became the Eagles’ starter late in the season last year after Carson Wentz struggled all season. Hurts gave the Eagles some sparks, but he also had his struggles. Hurts was benched late in Week 17 in controversial fashion but otherwise did OK. This offseason, Hurts appears to be taking matters into his hands. NBC Sports Philadelphia’s John Clark reported during the week that some young...
    New York : A goal from Colombian Luis Muriel in 90 gave Atalanta a momentous 1-0 victory this Sunday at the Cagliari field of Uruguayans Diego Godín and Nahitan Nández. Atalanta, Real Madrid’s rival in the knockout stages of the Champions League, came out the winner of a very high intensity match, in which the referee whistled at the last second, and then denied after a VAR review, a penalty in favor of Cagliari. LUIS MURIEL IN STOPPAGE TIME! ???? Europe’s most efficient super-sub summons the powers of Ronaldo Nazário de Lima and brings home all three points for Atalanta in their 0-1 win over Cagliari! ???? pic.twitter.com/cor9qOSbab – Parceros United (@ParcerosUnited) February 14, 2021 It was again Muriel the star of the match after coming off the bench twenty minutes to go, with a spectacular dribble to Gabriele Zappa and Pole Sebastian Walukiewicz and a right hand...
    Mitch McConnell has said he is open to opposing any 'unelectable' candidates in 2022, even if they are strongly backed by Donald Trump, as he wrestles with how to handle a deeply-divided party following Trump's impeachment hearing. McConnell voted on Saturday to acquit the former president, but then publicly attacked him, accusing him of a 'disgraceful dereliction of duty' in his most critical remarks ever uttered. His tightrope walk between defending and demonizing the former president impressed few. McConnell's home newspaper, The Lexington Herald-Leader, accused him on Sunday of having 'contorted himself into a strange pretzel-shaped politician hated by everyone'. Mitch McConnell on Sunday told Politico he was focused on 'electable' candidates for 2022 His party has been engulfed in controversy sparked by Trump-backed Marjorie Taylor Greene Lara Trump, wife of Eric Trump, is widely reported to be considering a 2022 Senate run On Sunday, McConnell told...
    Beloved D.C. teacher and salon owner remembered for dedication to Southeast Washington Nicki Minaj’s Father Died from His Injuries in Hit-and-Run Incident: Police Matthew Stafford responds to rumor that he didnt want trade to Patriots Did Matthew Stafford really ask the Detroit Lions to avoid trading him to the New England Patriots? He’s not confirming it, but he’s not denying it either. © Tim Fuller-USA TODAY Sports Stafford responded to the rumor, but we didn't get a straight answer.  Stafford sat down for a lengthy interview with Mitch Albom of the Detroit Free Press after the quarterback was traded to the Los Angeles Rams. Stafford was asked directly about rumors that he specifically asked not to be traded to the Patriots, and he had an interesting response: “Well, what’s accurate is — and this is an incredible thing by (the Lions) — I asked to go to a team...
    House pushes $50 million to protect consumers from dangerous imports after USA TODAY investigative report Fauci sees sobering data on South Africa variant; Mardi Gras crackdown; Valentines Day message of hope from Biden: Live COVID-19 updates I am my elderly husband’s caretaker, driver, butler and whipping post. He promised to leave his grandson his home — is that fair to me? THE MONEYIST Dear Moneyist, I am a married woman, age 69, and my husband is 79. I am his second wife and we have been married for 22 years. He is not in the best of health and requires my care. He suffers with debilitating arthritic pain and is not able to do anything except his daily living needs, watching TV and directing me to what I need to do. I am now responsible of taking care of everything in and outside of the home. He...
    New York : Trump says his MAGA movement has only just begun. Photo: Joe Raedle / . The ex-president Donald trump he called the impeachment against him a “witch hunt” and demanded unfair treatment from his opponents, but celebrated the results and said he will “re-emerge” soon. “This has been another phase of the greatest witch hunt in the history of our country”Trump said. “No president has been through anything like this, and it continues because our opponents cannot forget the nearly 75 million people, the highest number for a sitting president, who voted for us a few months ago.” He said his “historic” and “patriotic” Make America Great Again movement (MAGA) “Has only just begun,” something he had said days before leaving the White House. “I have a lot to share with you and I am ready to continue our incredible journey.”added. “We have...
    White House deputy press secretary TJ Ducklo resigned Saturday after a story surfaced accusing him of demeaning and intimidating a Politico reporter. Ducklo reportedly tried to kill a story, which has since become public, about his relationship with Axios reporter Alexi McCammond, who previously covered Biden’s campaign. He “lashed out” at Politico reporter Tara Palmeri in January 2021 for pursuing the story, threatening to “destroy” her if she published the news, according to a Friday report from Vanity Fair. Ducklo was suspended for one week without pay Friday after the Vanity Fair article was published. Just one day later, White House press secretary Jen Psaki announced that they had “accepted” his resignation following “a discussion with him” on Saturday evening. “This conversation occurred with the support of the White House Chief of Staff,” Psaki said in a statement. We are committed to striving every day to meet the standard set...
    Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell has told fellow Republicans that he plans to vote to acquit Donald Trump on charges incitement of insurrection – a signal that the House-led effort to convict the former president will fail. McConnell made his position known on what could be the last day of the former president's impeachment trial. 'While a close call, I am persuaded that impeachments are a tool primarily of removal and we therefore lack jurisdiction,' McConnell said in the letter.   Although he had denounced Trump's actions in an emotional Senate floor speech immediately after the Jan. 6 MAGA riot in the Capitol, McConnell also did not act to hasten the impeachment trial while Trump was still in office. Republican Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (middle - on the Senate floor today) has told colleagues he will vote to acquit Trump He voted along with 44 other Republicans that the...
    New York : Photo of the scene published by the Indio, California Police. Photo: Indio Police Deparment / Courtesy A 41-year-old Hispanic man identified as José Albert Lizárraga García died at the hands of the Indio Police, California, when i was being arrested last january 22 in the parking lot of the Cardenas supermarket in that city, in a new case of apparent police abuse. A few months after that heartbreaking plea for “I can’t breathe”That ended the life of George Floyd, history repeats itself with the death of the Hispanic from California, who shouted the same thing at the time of his arrest and ended up in respiratory arrest and pronounced dead in the place. In a disturbing video of the moment of the arrest, it is heard when Lizárraga yells at the officers that cannot breathe while several of them are leaning on...
    Donald Trump did not know Mike Pence was in danger from the MAGA mob, his defense lawyer claimed Friday, despite Senator Tommy Tuberville saying he told the president that his vice president has been removed from the Senate chamber. 'The answer is no. At no point was the president informed the vice president was in any danger,' attorney Bruce Castor said during the senator Q&A portion of Trump's second impeachment trial.  Republican Senator Mitt Romney, who had a close run in with the MAGA mob on January 6th, posed the question to the prosecution and defense: 'When President Trump sent the disparaging tweet at 2:24 P.M. regarding Vice President Pence, was he aware that vice president had been removed from the Senate by the Secret Service for his safety?' Castor denied Trump knew and said: 'What the president did know is that there was a violent riot happening at the...
    Trump knew that many of his followers were violent and yet he summoned them and asked them to “fight like hell” to “stop the theft” of the elections, one of the administrators said. Miamimundo / Univision Trump has a pattern of praising and encouraging violence and never condemning it, Rep. Stacey Plaskett said. “For months he cultivated a base of people who were violent, not potentially violent, but violent,” he added. By the time he summoned them on January 6, “he had everything to realize that they were armed, they were violent and they were ready to really fight,” he said. “(Trump) knew who he was summoning and the violence they were capable of and yet he gave them the order to fight like hell and stop the theft” of the election, added Plaskett. Trump’s defense closed their arguments in barely about three hours, after focusing on the “First...
    Dzhikhad Yunusov. Photo by ACA MMA / Twitter A Russian MMA fighter landed a spinning back elbow that resulted in an instant, brutal KO. It took place at an Absolute Championship Akhmat (ACA) event in Russia on Friday. Watch the perfect strike right here. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. A Russian MMA fighter called Dzhikhad Yunusov landed a spinning back elbow that was so perfect he won by instant, brutal knockout during an Absolute Championship Akhmat (ACA) event Friday. Yunusov fought Leonardo Limberger in a featherweight match during the preliminary section of the 15-fight show in Krasnaya Polyana, Russia. The 145-pound combatant is not renowned for his knockout prowess as he tends to grind out decision wins, and had not finished an opponent since a doctor's stoppage win over Paata Robakidze in 2017. But that all changed on fight night this week. With his back to...
    White House meets with airline CEOs on COVID-19 travel issues Cuomo aide defends comments amid mounting criticism over New York’s handling of COVID in nursing homes My ex-husband signed a contract with our son saying he would only pay for his education if he gets Cs or better. That contradicts our divorce agreement © MarketWatch illustration THE MONEYIST Load Error Dear Moneyist, My ex husband and I divorced 18 years ago and we have one child together. At the time of our divorce, we included in our settlement an agreement to each pay $10,000 per year for our son’s college education. Our son is in college and is 20 years old now.  About a year ago, I found out that my ex-husband had my son sign an agreement that places conditions on whether or not his college will be paid for. My son must obtain a...
    Joe Biden's White House has put deputy press secretary TJ Ducklo on a one-week suspension without pay after he threatened a reporter who asked questions about his relationship with a journalist at Axios, telling her 'I will destroy you.'  Ducklo made the threat to Politico reporter Tara Palmeri, who was assigned to write about his romance with Alexi McCammond, who had been covering Biden's presidential campaign. But the incident is raising questions about ethical standards at the White House, after Biden threatened to fire any staffer who treated people with disrespect.  There were also questions on why Ducklo wasn't punished until his conversation was publicly reported on - more than two weeks after it originally happened. Vanity Fair on Friday revealed that Palmeri reached out McCammond to ask her about the romance while one of Palmeri's male colleagues contacted Ducklo about it. But Ducklo called Palmer, instead of her male colleague, and threatened her...
    John B. Wilkes. John St. Helen. David E. George. These names are not as well known as the infamous assassin conspiracy theorists say may have used them as aliases: John Wilkes Booth. The bloody conflict that was the Civil War was coming to an end when Booth, an actor and Confederacy zealot, shot President Abraham Lincoln, who was watching a play with his wife at Ford's Theatre in Washington, DC on April 14, 1865. Lincoln died the next day. In a time before the Secret Service, Booth escaped. At one point, the government was offering a reward of $100,000 - nearly $1.6 million in today's money - for his capture. Union soldiers finally caught up with the fugitive at a Virginia farm where they shot and killed Booth on April 26, 1865. And so the established and accepted history goes. But for a few, including some of his descendants, there...
    By Michael Hurley, CBS Boston BOSTON (CBS) — It’s been a big week for debates and discussions about the “greatest of all time,” aka the GOAT. With Tom Brady winning his seventh Super Bowl, the sports shows have done some Michael Jordan vs. Brady debates, with a sprinkling of some LeBron James mixed in there. (Indiana believing the GOAT is Peyton Manning and Wisconsin believing it’s Aaron Rodgers, well, that’s just adorable.) RELATED: Celtics Get Some Franchise History From An Unlikely Duo It’s all fair. Winning seven Super Bowls is rather difficult. Nobody else has ever won more than four. And only two other quarterbacks have even done that. Likewise, winning three straight NBA titles, then taking a quick baseball sabbatical and returning to win three more titles? It’s challenging. Much respect to both Brady and Jordan. They’re pretty good. But the most glaring omission from all of these discussions remains Bill Russell. The Celtics,...
    OLIVIER DOULIERY/AFP/Getty Images Former Ambassador Nikki Haley declared ex-President Donald Trump politically dead in a new interview, saying he can’t possibly run for federal office again. Haley offered the comments in an interview for a Politico Magazine profile by Tim Alberta, and she did so by way of proposing that the natural consequences of Trump’s actions should be a sufficient substitute for impeachment, or any other form of accountability: “He’s not going to run for federal office again,” Haley said. But what if he does? Or at least, what if he spends the next four years threatening to? Can the Republican Party heal with Trump in the picture? “I don’t think he’s going to be in the picture,” she said, matter-of-factly. “I don’t think he can. He’s fallen so far.” This was the most certainty I’d heard from any Republican in the aftermath of January 6. And Haley wasn’t done....
    A man about 57 years old has died after suffering a scope in which your car has hit the back of a bus of the Municipal Emergency Company of Madrid (EMT), who was standing in a traffic light in red, in the San Blas-Canillejas district, a spokeswoman for Emergencias Madrid has informed Europa Press. Thus, to the area, among the Aquitaine streets with Sweden, troops from Samur-Civil Protection and Firefighters of the Madrid City Council have been displaced. The latter have rescued the driver of the car, who was in cardiorespiratory arrestwhile the health workers, with the assistance of firefighters, have carried out resuscitation maneuvers 30 minutes without success. Members of the Municipal Police of Madrid were regulating traffic, since the lane where the accident occurred had to be cut for a time. For its part, Traffic Reports Unit of this body is doing research what happened.
    Attorney Alan Dershowitz has criticized the House impeachment managers for going on 'too long' in presenting their case against Donald Trump to the Senate, where he is charged with inciting the January 6 Capitol riot. Dershowitz, who defended Trump in his first impeachment trial but is on the sidelines for the second, was reacting after House Democrats acting as prosecutors rested their case on Thursday. Trump's defense team will make their case on Friday.  'The Democrats overplayed their hand today, they went on too long, too repetitious, they should have rested yesterday,' Dershowitz told Fox News host Sean Hannity on Thursday. 'I think the Republicans -- the lawyers [on Trump's defense team] -- will do a good job by making it neat and clean, and to the point and short,' he added. Attorney Alan Dershowitz has criticized the House impeachment managers for going on 'too long' in presenting their...
    Democratic lawmakers serving as “prosecutors” in impeachment (impeachment) They sought to demonstrate to former United States President Donald Trump this Thursday, the third day of the process, that if the former president is acquitted he could “again cause violence” or serve as inspiration to other officials or rulers in the future. To this end, the “prosecutors” emphasized the lack of regrets shown by Trump before the assault on the Capitol on January 6 to request his disqualification to hold public office in the future. Trump “spread lies to incite violent attack against the Capitol, our security forces and all of us, and then he lied back to his base to tell them that everything was fine, that this was all acceptable, “said one of the” prosecutors “, Ted Lieu, during his speech at the Senate, where the impeachment, as impeachment is called in English. “And that is why President Trump...
    A 90-year old Los Angeles resident has taken out two quarter-page newspaper ads to tell AT&T's CEO that his internet service is too slow.  Aaron Epstein spent $10,000 for the two ads to be featured in two separate editions of The Wall Street Journal on February 3 - despite friends and family urging him to use social media to get his message out.  But Epstein - who has been an AT&T customer since 1960 - does not have Twitter or Facebook, and decided to take a more old fashioned approach in order to get the attention of the telecommunication company's boss, John T. Stankey.  Epstein settled on taking out an ad in the Dallas, Texas edition of The Wall Street Journal, where the company is based.  He also placed an ad in the New York City edition of the same publication, hoping it would attract the attention of investors.   ...
    MSNBC reporter Garrett Haake claimed that some Republican senators may vote to convict former President Donald Trump in his impeachment trial because they can’t “stomach” that he “left them for dead” in the Jan. 6 riot at the U.S. Capitol. Haake appeared Thursday on “The ReidOut” and was asked by host Joy Reid if it was true that some Republican senators met with Trump’s defense team amid the impeachment trial, which she pointed out “is something jurors don’t normally do.” (RELATED: ‘Do Your Damn Job!’: Chris Cuomo Tells Ted Cruz To Get ‘Off Trump’s Teat’) “That’s right. Yeah. Just another way in which this is not like a normal trial. Senators Graham, Cruz, and Lee met with the Trump defense team for quite a while after the arguments had wrapped up today to discuss legal strategy for tomorrow,” Haake responded. “Senator Cruz came out afterwards and told reporters,...
    EFE Agency Two drugs cut deaths in half in the most serious cases of covid London, Feb 11 (EFE) .- The results of a clinical trial released this Thursday in the United Kingdom suggest that the combination of tocilizumab, a drug used until now to treat rheumatoid arthritis, and a corticosteroid such as dexamethasone, can reduce almost half the deaths in the most serious patients with covid-19.
    Rudy Giuliani discussed former President Donald Trump’s second impeachment trial on his radio program on Thursday afternoon, saying that he hoped Trump’s lawyers were “competent” — but he defined “competent” as being willing to put forward the same election fraud conspiracy theories he had on his website. “I would like to see in this impeachment that his lawyers do a good job of separating [Trump] from the riot because there’s no connection between the two things,” Giuliani said. He then claimed to have “a good deal of material that shows that outside people organized that riot, and they were organizing for days and days and days, and many of them are enemies of his,” saying that he had put the evidence on his website, including “text messages from Antifa people to come there and get rid of him, get him out of office.” This reporter perused the ironically-named “Rudy Giuliani’s...
    BOOK OF THE WEEK   We Are Bellingcatby Eliot Higgins (Bloomsbury £20, 272 pp)  The desk sergeant Phil Esterhaus in the classic Eighties cop TV series Hill Street Blues would famously end each morning roll call with a warning to his officers as they headed out onto the streets of New York: 'Hey, let's be careful out there.' These days every one of us needs to heed that as we switch on our computers and launch ourselves onto the internet. One of the sadnesses of the modern world is that the invention that was supposed to open up endless possibilities for information and enlightenment has turned into a dark place of fake news and destructive conspiracy theories, a swamp in which it is easier to sink and drown than to find solid, reliable ground. A glimmer of light is offered by an international collective of investigators and researchers who go by the...
    McCarthy says Biden won't meet with Republicans — hours after he did just that
    A driver who survived when his pickup truck plunged about 70 feet off a slippery interchange exit ramp in Wisconsin over the weekend has revealed that in the moments after the accident, he called his mother in case he did not make it. Richard Lee Oliver, in an interview that aired Thursday on ABC's Good Morning America, said from his hospital bed he was on his way to his mother's house on Saturday morning when his truck hit snow on the shoulder of I-94 at the Zoo Interchange near Milwaukee. 'There was just too much snow on the side of the road that once the tires got into like two foot of snow there's no controlling a vehicle of any kind,' said Oliver, who was being treated for a broken back and a broken leg, among other injuries. Lucky to be alive: Richard Lee Oliver is pictured in his...
    A Pennsylvania State Police (PSP) trooper was arrested over his alleged role in a prostitution and gambling ring that was operated out of a strip club, the police announced in a press release Thursday. Robert Covington Jr., 48, is facing prostitution, gambling devices, corrupt organizations, and criminal conspiracy charges over his alleged illegal activity at Sinners Swing Gentlemen’s Club in Mayfield, located in northeastern Pennsylvania, the PSP said in a statement. ARRESTED: A Pennsylvania State Police trooper is one of four charged for allegedly operating a corrupt organization that involved prostitution, gambling and money laundering. https://t.co/2Cf5aW21Oa — KDKA (@KDKA) February 11, 2021 Covington’s arrest was announced after a 17-month investigation in coordination with the Pennsylvania Office of Attorney General. Police say Covington worked for the state police for 13 years in the Bureau of Gaming Enforcement. (RELATED: Ex-Police Detective Allegedly Running Prostitution Ring In NYC) David Klem, 39, Michael...
    The Oklahoma woman who was on the phone with her husband when he fatally shot the couple’s two teenage daughters and told her ‘How do you like that?’ before turning the gun on himself on Tuesday has been identified. Teresa Kaser and her husband, David Kaser, both 56, had been married for more than 30 years and had six children together. According to police in Sand Springs, Oklahoma, the couple was in the midst of bitter marital strife when David fatally shot his two daughters - Clarissa Kaser, 19, and Crystal 'Grey' Kaser, 14, on Tuesday afternoon. Police said that David was physically disabled, jobless, and confined to the home where he stayed with his daughters at the time of the tragedy, according to KTUL-TV. According to Facebook and LinkedIn, Teresa and David once ran a vending machine business from their home, though that business was sold about three years...
    Sen. Tommy Tuberville said when former President Donald Trump called to ask for help slowing Congress' certification of the 2020 election results, he cut short the conversation, telling Trump that Vice President Mike Pence had been evacuated from the Senate. “He didn’t get a chance to say a whole lot because I said, ‘Mr. President, they just took the vice president out. I’ve got to go,’” Tuberville, an Alabama Republican, told reporters Wednesday. The call occurred as rioters broke into the U.S. Capitol, and near when Trump charged in a tweet that his vice president lacked "the courage" to halt the certification of Electoral College results codifying Biden's win. Footage shown by the House Democratic impeachment managers in Trump's second trial show Pence being evacuated at 2:14 p.m., 10 minutes before the president issued his scathing tweet. At 2:24 p.m., Trump wrote: “Mike Pence didn’t have the courage to...
    Minsk, Belarus — Belarus' authoritarian leader Alexander Lukashenko said Thursday that his country had fought off a foreign "blitzkrieg," in a defiant address to loyalists following months of protests against his decades-long rule. The strongman had promised to unveil reforms at the people's assembly in the capital Minsk, but his opening address to a packed auditorium of delegates in military and official uniforms instead focused on belittling attempts to overthrow his government. "The blitzkrieg did not succeed. We held on to our country," Lukashenko said, using language especially resonant in a country that suffered huge losses at the hands of German forces in World War II. "Despite the tensions in society artificially created by external forces, we survived," Lukashenko said. "We have to resist at all costs. And 2021, this year, will be decisive." Protests keep pressure on Belarus president t... 02:09 Belarus's opposition, whose leaders have either...
    Al-Marshad Newspaper: Writer Mishal al-Suderi said: “Our brothers in Egypt weaved around the myths of historical figures (Karagosh) and he became a proverbial issue by publishing unjust judgments and contradictory statements, some of them clever, some of them stupid, others Tyranny and others with justice. “ قراقوشHe added during an article in al-Sharq al-Awsat newspaper entitled “Al-Bashosh”, but if we want to be more reasonable, that man was at a historic stage responsible for him (Shanna and Rana) – that is, he strengthened his rule. -Tin al-Ayub’s right-hand man, he was not a fictional figure like Ashab or Juha, for example … but the historian (Ibn Mamati), who approached the ruler of Egypt as his rival, wrote a book about him in which he used his mental powers to mock him. Also seeks to discredit, as it is in his well-known book: (Al-Fashush in the Reign of Caracas). .. that...
    New York : Mr. Francisco. Photo: Valerie Macon. / . Interviewing a man who is almost 60 years old in front of television screens and who in turn has questioned hundreds of artists and celebrities of all kinds is certainly not an easy task. However the new project of Mr. Francisco, just when he is close to celebrating this anniversary in his professional career, as well as the same number of years for the marriage with his beloved Teresa Muchnik. She assures that she is the architect of the solid family that she managed to keep together while her life was a coming and going from home, due to the strong work commitments she had for years. Mario kreutzberger started making television without earning a penny. Later, when he managed to have a slightly more stable show on the screen, the managers met with him...
    Any girl born in the 90s surely had a crush on Taylor Lautner. The handsome actor has many popular shows and films to his credit and he sure made a huge impact on the viewers who watched him in different projects. The actor charmed his way through the audience’s heart with his handsome looks and amazing acting skills. Taylor marked his debut with the made-for-television film, Shadow Fury. He then got a voice-over job in a commercial for Rugrats Go Wild and went on to voice different characters in animated series such as Danny Phantom, Duck Dodgers, and What’s New, Scooby-Doo?. Taylor Lautner Birthday Special: Five Hot Pics of Twilight Star That Prove Why You Are Team Jacob Always. This was just the beginning. He made an appearance in films and shows like The Adventures of Sharkboy and Lavagirl, Cheaper by the Dozen 2,  He’s a Bully Charlie Brown, Abduction, Scream Queens to name a...
    New York : The actor Fabián Ríos with his wife Yuly Ferreira. Photo: Alexander Tamargo / . Fabian Rios he has been married to more than fifteen years Yuli Ferreira And although most of the moments they have lived, including the birth of their two children, have been very beautiful, the actor confesses that there was a moment in his life in which everything was about to end and he almost divorced from his wife. In an interview for the YouTube channel of Maria Celeste ArrarásThe Colombian pointed out that from a young age he grew up with misconceptions that it was okay to be with many women and that, combined with the enormous fame that he was beginning to experience, caused the crisis. “The life of a man is divided in two, without God and with God, and when I realized that...
    David Letterman is being slammed for a 2013 interview with Lindsay Lohan, in which he pestered her for details about her rehab plans and addiction issues while the audience laughed. On September 4, 2013, Lindsay, then 27, visited the Late Show with David Letterman to promote Scary Movie 5 — but within minutes of sitting down next to the host, Lindsay was peppered with invasive and at times mocking questions about her personal struggles, including a recent stay at a facility that provides treatment for alcohol and drug abuse. While the interview clearly upset Lindsay, now 34, it didn't seem to bother very many viewers at the time — but a clip from the show has recently resurfaced on TikTok, where commenters are praising Lindsay for keeping her cool and condemning Letterman for his insensitivity. 
    A mathematics university professor discovered the hard way that silence isn’t always golden. After delivering a Zoom lecture for two hours, Professor Dong Wang of National University of Singapore soon realized that none of his students heard a word because his mic had been muted, the local Independent news outlet reported. Wang then called for questions from the roughly 20 students who actually stayed connected to the online class throughout the whole thing — and got nothing but crickets. CLICK HERE FOR FULL CORONAVIRUS COVERAGE "No … uhhh … we can finish our class?" he asked. Eventually, a few students spoke up and told him he had been on mute the whole time. "We cannot hear anything from you since 6:08," one student told the flummoxed prof. "From what?" Wang asked the student, who confirmed the time. "You mean, how long did you hear?" A student answered that they only heard...
    Report: Racist Virginia laws are gone, but inequities linger Saudi Arabias most prominent womens rights activist released from prison, family says 2021 NFL draft: Kyle Pitts game against Kentucky illustrates that he is the matchup nightmare modern NFL offenses covet Modern NFL offenses are all about creating advantageous matchups, and then exploiting them. © Randy Sartin-USA TODAY Sports Sure, the New England Patriots are technically alive in the AFC playoff race, but we look to the future here and specifically the future of their offense. Particularly in the wake of a Thursday night loss to the Los Angeles Rams and the continued struggled in the passing game. Yes, the Patriots drafted a pair of tight ends last year in Devin Asiasi and Dalton Keene. However, the New England offense is a matchup-based system, and there is nothing that Bill Belichick fears more as a defensive mind than a tight...
    Ariel, 5, was critically injured in a car wreck with Britt Reid on Thursday The Kansas City Chiefs placed outside linebackers coach Britt Reid, the son of head coach Andy Reid, on administrative leave on Tuesday amid an investigation into a traffic crash that hurt two children and left one with life-threatening injuries. Britt Reid, 35, was involved in a multi-vehicle crash Thursday on the side of a highway entrance ramp near the team's training complex next to Arrowhead Stadium.  Reid has so far not been charged in relation to the crash and police in Missouri say there are unlikely to be any charges forthcoming for at least one month.  'Prosecutors typically would like a completed case file in order to file charges or decline, depending on what the evidence would indicate,' a statement from police read. 'In cases like this that may include toxicology, crash reconstruction, witness statements...
    After House impeachment managers played that emotional and compelling video of the Capitol riot on Tuesday, Fox News’ Martha MacCallum tweeted, “Methinks they could have showed that video and said. ‘The Prosecution rests.’ But brevity is rarely the Congressional way…” Indeed, it was a mic-drop moment. The video was devastating. A part of me thinks the prosecution should simply show it on a loop. This would have the benefit of reminding open-minded viewers what the trial is really about, and also torturing Republicans who have decided to acquit no matter what. Having made the case for Trump’s culpability with footage, Reps. Jamie Raskin and Joe Neguse then made the constitutional case for conviction, preemptively rebutting team Trump’s predictable arguments, citing legal scholars, clearly establishing that a president can be impeached after leaving office, and showing how anything else would essentially give a lame-duck president a get-out-of-jail-free card. Rep. Raskin also...
    Ashley Resch treated her Instagram followers to a sexy picture of herself wearing crimson lingerie on Tuesday. The model noted that 36NEEX took the photo. Her fans appreciated the look in the week leading up to Valentine’s Day, where so many people wear red to celebrate. In the shot, Ashley posed in front of a light-colored wall, and her shadow appeared on it due to the photograph’s side lighting. She wore a crimson lace teddy that featured underwires at the bust line, and her breasts pushed over the neckline, revealing her massive cleavage. Ashley held her light-colored manicured fingers splayed over one breast, revealing a finger tattoo. Her other hand touched a pendant on her chest. The model wore a sheer matching robe with faux fur cuffs at her wrists over the sensual undergarments. Ashley accessorized with gold chains in two lengths around her neck. She had her layered blond...
    New York : Tremendous madness unleashed on the Internet by a man from Aberdeen, Scotland, as long Try to make sense of one of your friends who is skeptical of the claim that the Earth is round. As published Daily Record, Marc Gauld, 37 years old, He would have gotten tired of the endless discussions he has with one of his closest friends, who defends the theories that our planet is completely flat, so that I would have been looking for the possibility that it would travel to space and is convinced that he is in error. “I have a couple of friends who are earthly and their talking nonsense drives me crazy. They say that the astronaut actors who are paid to lie and that boils my blood, “Gauld said. Tired of the situation Marc decided to open a GoFundMe page to raise the equivalent of $ 345,000,...
    NATE DIAZ claimed he invented the blueprint on how to beat Conor McGregor - which Floyd Mayweather and Dustin Poirier copied. Diaz became the first man to ever beat the Irishman in the UFC, winning by second round submission in March 2016. 4Nate Diaz submitted Conor McGregor in 2016Credit: Getty Images - Getty 4Floyd Mayweather beat Conor McGregor in 2017Credit: PA:Press Association McGregor, who went from featherweight to welterweight, started off strong but tired quickly, leading to the loss. And Diaz reckons boxing legend Mayweather - who beat the ex-UFC champion in 2017 - and Poirier both adopted the same tactics. He told ESPN: "I thought he did horribly [against Mayweather]; I thought he did everything that I and the other boxers thought he would do. "He went in there, punched himself out and got knocked out; he didn't learn from what happened when I fought...
    Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer on Tuesday urged Senate Republicans to pay close attention to new evidence introduced by the House impeachment managers during the trial of former President Donald Trump, while framing Trump as fundamentally responsible for motivating the rioters who sacked the Capitol on Jan. 6.  "Those who say 'let's move on, that brings unity,' are false. When you had such a serious invasion of the Capitol. Incited by a president, who we know ... told people the election was false, told people to come to Washington, urged people to march to the Capitol," Schumer said. "When you have such a serious charge, sweeping it under the rug will not bring unity. It will keep the sore open, the wounds open." Trump's legal team denies that Trump holds any responsibility for the mob that stormed the Capitol about one hour after his Jan. 6 rally near the White House. They...
    CHELSEA midfielder Marco van Ginkel has admitted that he feared he'd 'never walk again' during his gruelling 983-day injury lay-off. The Netherlands international had just scored 14 goals in 28 Eredivisie outings on loan at PSV in the 2017-18 season when he required surgery on his anterior cruciate ligament. 2Marco van Ginkel recently returned to action with loan club PSVCredit: Rex Features But what is normally a routine operation turned into a nightmare for the then-25-year-old. Van Ginkel, now 28, would miss two full seasons after his knee was infected following the surgery. Having now finally returned to action, again on loan at PSV, the forgotten star has opened up to Goal on his harrowing experiences. He said: "It was not 100 per cent, for sure. I think it was 50-50 whether my career would survive. "The danger was there that I would lose my career, of course. "Especially...
    New York Governor Andrew Cuomo said on Monday he is going to investigate hospitals that aren't working their way through their vaccine allotment after a pitiful weekend at the end of January where healthcare workers failed to show up for their appointments.  The state has so far only been offering the vaccines to people aged over 65 and healthcare workers.  But thousands of appointments that are reserved for them have gone unclaimed. In some instances, people have reserved their appointment then not shown up for it.  Over the last weekend in January, vaccine sites should have been swarmed with eligible people. Instead, many were empty. Doctors said of the weekend: 'We blew our chance to vaccinate thousands.' On Monday, Cuomo said that any vaccines in hospitals that are not used on healthcare workers by February 15 will be redirected to go to the next eligible group - people with comorbidities.  ...
    The White House continued to try to disassociate President Joe Biden from the impeachment trial of his predecessor, saying Biden't won't weigh in on whether the procedure is even legitimate and won't tune in for much of it. 'He will not spend too much time watching the proceedings at any time over the course of this week,' White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki said Monday when asked whether Biden would tune in.   'He will remain closely in touch with Speaker [Nancy] Pelosi, Leader [Charles] Schumer – a range of officials on the Hill about his plan, and that's exactly what they want to do is to remain focused on that,' she said. On a day when House Democratic impeachment managers and Trump's legal team were trading accusations in filings – with Trump's team calling the process 'political theater' – Psaki repeatedly steered questions about impeachment to the coronavirus at her...