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    As a result of the modifications that have been made in the matter of parity, in 2021 women in Nuevo León could position themselves in more public positions both in the State Congress, city councils and in the Executive Power. Unlike other electoral processes, political parties, as well as political coalitions, are obliged to allocate at least 50 percent of their candidacies to women, in the case of independent mayoral candidacies, it is 50 percent of their spreadsheet. It is estimated that for the first time the percentage of women nominated for losing sectors will decrease, as they are forced not to contemplate them in these spaces for only complying with the parity quota. Thanks to these guidelines, promoted by the State Electoral Commission (CEE), in the absence of harmonization with the federal reform, at the moment more than 90 women are already listed as candidates. Although political entities have...
    Finally Friday arrived and with it a lot of musical premieres. Despite the fact that the industry has not yet recovered from the blow it received when the coronavirus became a pandemic and concerts and festivals have not returned, many artists did not stop working during all this time. On the contrary, some began to put together extremely interesting projects, as in the case of Bruno Mars and Anderson .Paak. It was in 2016 that the Hawaiian singer released his latest studio album, 24K Magic, although later he collaborated with artists such as Cardi B, Gucci Mane and Kodak Black. For his part, the rapper gave us one of his best albums in 2019, Fortune, and last year he released the single “Jewelz” and we saw him participating in songs by rising musicians, such as The Game and India Shawn. Each one composing for their part. Photos: ....
    A WOMAN has revealed that she lives next door to her ex-husband who is “married to her best friend”. TikTok user Loren, from North Carolina, shared how she is now inseparable from her ex John’s new wife April, and the unconventional trio raise their six kids together. 5TikTok user Loren shared how she lives next door to her ex-husband John - and they raise their kids togetherCredit: @aprilandlo/TikTok Loren and April are such good pals that they run the social media page together as @aprilandlo, and they have over 200,000 followers.  For new fans, Loren did a video explaining their unusual set-up and said: “When you’ve been divorced for four years. “But you and your ex are neighbors, parents to three, and his new wife is your best friend.” The US-based mum then introduced her ex-husband John with the caption: “Meet my Baby Daddy aka ex husband aka neighbor.” 5Loren,...
    POP superstar Bruno Mars and Anderson .Paak's released their latest joint single Leave The Door Open under the new duo Silk Sonic. The duo's newest single has shot up to number two on Apple Music's Best New Songs, just a spot behind Drake's new song What's Next. 3Pop superstar Bruno MarsCredit: Getty Images - Getty What are the lyrics to Bruno Mars’ song Leave the Door Open? Leave The Door Open is currently trending #2 on YouTube, and has amassed over one million views since the video first debuted on Friday, March 5. The song is Mars' and .Paak's lead single off their upcoming collaborative album, An Evening With Silk Sonic. The smooth R&B track has reminiscent of a 60s and 70s easy listening love song. The video was directed by Mars and Florent Dechard, check out the lyrics to Silk Sonics latest single: 3Bruno Mars is a 10x Grammy...
    The Ku Klux Klan protests on July 8, 2017 in Charlottesville, Virginia. A Black prosecutor decided not to charge a Detroit man who flew a Ku Klux Klan flag in his window near a Black family who lived next door. Wayne County Prosecutor Kym Worthy called flying the flag "horrible conduct" but ultimately found it didn't break the law, according to the Associated Press.  She’s now asking legislators to prioritize changing the law. “There is absolutely no question that what happened to Ms. (JeDonna) Dinges was despicable, traumatizing, and completely unacceptable. But, very unfortunately in my view, not a crime,” Worthy said in a news release. “The KKK flag, while intending to be visible to Ms. Dinges, was hanging inside of her neighbor's house. We could not even begin to charge Ethnic Intimidation under current Michigan law.” A Michigan statute spells out that in order for a person to be guilty of ethnic...
    More On: COVID vaccine Doctors warn about delayed side effect of Moderna’s COVID vaccine Ape named Karen likely got a COVID vaccine before you did Mom says she was denied Pfizer’s COVID vaccine because she’s pregnant Fauci: Trials of third vaccine to fight COVID variants will start this month New York City on Thursday will begin a door-to-door effort to vaccinate home-bound seniors against COVID-19 with the new Johnson & Johnson vaccine, Mayor Bill de Blasio announced. FDNY officials will start outreach at retirement communities in the Bronx and Brooklyn in an effort to get elderly residents the single-dose shots, de Blasio said at a press briefing. “We’re going to be using the Johnson & Johnson vaccine immediately to help home-bound seniors,” he said. “We’re going to naturally occurring retirement communities, places where a lot of seniors live — some of them are home-bound and need that help —...
    AFTER spending most of our time at home over the past year, and not having any visitors, it’s safe to say our standards may have dropped slightly.  But if you’re ready for a spring clean and are eyeing up the end of lockdown to finally host again, experts have revealed sneaky tips to keep your house looking as tidy as possible with minimal effort.  2We could soon be having guests round at our houses again when lockdown restrictions easeCredit: Getty Images - Getty These six tips only take a few minutes each - perfect for when you have zero motivation after being on the couch all day.  A team of interior designers, from My Domaine, shared their fake it till you make it list, and their top tip is spending ten minutes ‘straightening up’ the place.  “A clean home doesn’t always have to be clean, but it has to be...
    It took Sheila Ford Hamp about one second to respond when asked about the potential for women in key roles in the NFL. "The sky is the limit for anything females want to do," said Hamp, the principal owner of the Detroit Lions. Echoing that statement was Dee Haslam, the Cleveland Browns' co-owner: "We’re seeing more and more women that love the sport and who want a career in sports. The door has swung wide open and I am so excited. I look forward to the moment when we don’t have to talk about how we get the door open for women and people of color, that the door is wide open." CLICK HERE FOR MORE SPORTS COVERAGE ON FOXNEWS.COM Those words were embraced by the 40 young women — and potential pro football employees — attending the league's fifth annual Women's Careers in Football Forum late last month. Although...
    EAGLE-EYED Coronation Street fans spotted a major mistake when Alya Nazir battled to save Yasmeen Metcalfe after a shock collapse. The co-owner of Speed Daal - played by Sair Khan in the ITV soap - had gone round to check up on her grandma and realised that something wasn't quite right. Visit our Coronation Street page for the latest gossip Find all Coronation Street spoilers here 9Yasmeen Metcalfe has had a hard time lately - and it all got too much for her last nightCredit: ITV Although the abuse from Yasmeen's evil husband Geoff finally ended back in December when he fell off a roof, the restaurant owner is still suffering from what has happened to her. The abusive monster left his wife in a huge amount of debt and Alya recommended that she sells the community centre to pay it off, but Yasmeen doesn't want to. With her money issues spiralling...
    Q: Having had my catalytic converter stolen, I know the feeling people are going through. So why hasn’t the state responded by keeping an eye on recyclers who purchase these converters for their precious metals from thieves? I don’t know of any auto owner who goes to a recycler to sell their used converter. It could stop this problem now. Bruce Krutel,  El Granada Like Mr. Roadshow’s Facebook page for more questions and answers about Bay Area roads, freeways and commuting. A: Not so fast. California and a few other states require scrapyards to check photo IDs before buying used converters. The state also requires businesses to photograph the seller and retain those records for a couple of years. But police told the New York Times that different rules among states make tracking and enforcement almost impossible. Q: I have a remedy for the theft of catalytic converters:...
    More On: Coronavirus Liberal journalists, pundits delete fawning Cuomo tweets US halts plasma study to treat mild COVID-19, citing ‘unlikely benefit’ Sicko: Michael Moore says Texans don’t deserve vaccine Xi Jinping calls US ‘biggest threat’ to China’s security A leading scientist has warned that Brazil’s snowballing COVID-19 outbreak has the potential to undo the progress made in the fight against the global pandemic. Miguel Nicolelis, a Duke University neuroscientist who is tracking the crisis, called on the international community to pressure the Brazilian government to more aggressively contain the new variant, known as P.1., which is rapidly spreading there, Guardian reported. “The world must vehemently speak out over the risks Brazil is posing to the fight against the pandemic,” said Nicolelis, who spent most of last year in São Paulo. “What’s the point in sorting the pandemic out in Europe or the United States, if Brazil continues to be...
    GENEVA (Reuters) - China said on Tuesday that it was discussing a visit to its Xinjiang region by United Nations human rights chief Michelle Bachelet, but that she should not set out with the aim of condemning its practices. Bachelet said on Friday that reports about arbitrary detention, ill-treatment, sexual violence and forced labour in Xinjiang necessitated a thorough and independent assessment of the situation. "The door to Xinjiang is always open, and we welcome the High Commissioner to visit Xinjiang. Communication is kept up between the two sides, but the aim of the visit is to provide exchanges and cooperation rather than ... so-called investigation based on 'guilty before proven'," China's delegation told the U.N. Human Rights Council in Geneva. (Reporting by Stephanie Nebehay; Editing by Kevin Liffey) Copyright 2021 Thomson Reuters. Tags: United Nations, Islam
    GERMANY manager Joachim Low has opened the door to Thomas Muller and Mats Hummels returning to the national team. The pair were discarded after Low's side were embarrassingly dumped out of the 2018 World Cup in the group stage. 2Hummels and Muller both won the World Cup with Germany in 2014Credit: Kenny Ramsay - The Sun Glasgow But now it appears Low, who won the World Cup with Hummels and Muller in his team in 2014, is more receptive to the idea of them coming back into the fold. Speaking to Kicker, he said: "Special circumstances can justify an interruption in the upheaval. "That (the future of the trio) will be a difficult and important question, also for me. "The character of Thomas Muller and Mats Hummels is that they don't oppress others." Bayern Munich defender Jerome Boateng was another player dropped by Low after the shambolic 2018 tournament....
    This content was republished with permission from WTOP’s news partners at Maryland Matters. Sign up for Maryland Matters’ free email subscription today. Everyone knows the feeling. You’ve soaped up, scrubbed your hands, dried off, and then … you’ve got to touch a door handle to get out. “No ability to exit the bathroom safely,” Sen. Cheryl Kagan (D-Montgomery) said. She has introduced a bill that would require medical facilities in Maryland to configure public restrooms in a way that allows people to exit without the dreaded doorknob touch on the way out. Senate Bill 579 would require hands-free paper towel dispensers and a device that allows someone to exit without touching the door handle at all public restrooms in health care facilities by Jan. 1, 2023. While hand-washing hygiene has become a bigger part of the public awareness since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic ― cue humming “Happy Birthday” to yourself twice...
    Chrishell Stause and Keo Motsepe Break Up After 2 Months Together GameStop saga illustrates rising ‘noise-trader risk’ that could feed market volatility, warns quantitative analyst If you’re a golfer, you can probably relate to what happened to Greg Chalmers when he was practicing his golf swing in his garage a week ago. © Provided by Golfweek Puerto Rico Open Greg Chalmers Who hasn’t accidentally broken a light bulb, a mirror, a ceiling fan. … are we close yet? Even PGA Tour pros have been there, done that. On a day that was too cold to practice outside at his home, Chalmers was hitting balls at his “studio,” also known as a net in his garage, when he moved his mat to get a better camera angle. Next thing he knew he had smashed the motor of his garage door opener. But he did capture the video and posted his...
    A senior Justice Department official opened the door to seeking new legislative authorities to pursue domestic terrorism, a step the Biden administration has yet to entertain since the January 6 insurrection and something civil libertarians have warned against. The prospect of expanded investigative and prosecutorial tools arose during a Friday briefing with reporters in which multiple Justice Department and FBI officials described an expansive array of authorities already available to them. While there is no domestic terrorism statute, and U.S. officials can not designate a domestic group for sanction like they can a foreign one, one senior official acknowledged that statutory definitions of domestic terrorism “expand a lot of authorities we can use,” such nationwide search warrants, expanded law-enforcement access to tax and educational records, and harsher sentencing. But on Friday, a senior Justice Department official suggested the administration would consider seeking a domestic-terrorism statute as well. “Obviously that’s...
    MIAMI (CBSMiami) – If you’ve ever wanted an ooey-gooey Knaus Berry Farm cinnamon roll but didn’t feel like driving to Homestead, we have great news. They now ship them. READ MORE: Stimulus Check Latest: Will Your Next Relief Payment Be $1,400? Knaus Berry Farm has partnered with Goldbelly for the ordering process. Click Here to place an order. READ MORE: Broward Public Schools Intend To Hold In-Person High School Graduations, Miami-Dade Exploring Possibility Two dozen cinnamon rolls will set you back $59, while 10=pack of pecan cinnamon rolls goes for $45. If they bought at the farm store, they would run $26 and $16 respectively. They ship Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday using UPS. All orders must be placed no later than 5 p.m. prior to the next designated shipping day. The cinnamon rolls are shipped the same day they are baked. MORE NEWS: LaToya Ratlieff: Apology Disingenuous and...
    A MYSTIFIED tenant filmed the moment THREE council workers knocked at her door during lockdown and threatened to confiscate her doormat. The officials - who were wearing masks but not keeping two metres apart - also threatened to issue Rosa Edwards a fine if she didn't remove the "trip hazard" from her own doorstep. 4Three masked Havering council officials knocked on Rosa Edwards' doorCredit: Rosa Edwards 4They claimed her doormat was a 'trip hazard' and threatened her with a fineCredit: Rosa Edwards Rosa, who rents a one-bed flat in Romford, Essex, posted the video online saying: “I have no words! Why does ridiculous stuff like this always happen to me? “I’m sure there are much better things they could be doing for people to help right now!” She added: "People are dying from Covid right now, and the council has sent out not one, but three staff to knock at my door...
    A HOMEOWNER who claims a new train station next to his house "ruined his life" has painted the words "welcome to hell" on the side of his home. Hefin Jones, 53, emblazoned the words in large capital letters after authorities "never listened" to his concerns about the station in Ceredigian, mid Wales. 1Hefin Jones scrawled 'Welcome to Hell' after a new train station was opened next doorCredit: SWNS:South West News Service Hefin objected to plans for the station from the start, but is now neighbours with a railway platform, car park, bus stop, electricity sub-station and cycle racks. The frustrated homeowner now hopes to embarrass authorities involved, saying the multi-million-pound development of Bow Street station "destroyed" his quality of life. Hefin said: "It is hell. At 5.15am the first train comes in and wakes me up with the beep beep of the doors and the engines. "I may as...
    Let’s give it up for our homes. Over the past year, they have really been there for us. Like a good partner, they’ve provided solid support when we needed it, stood by (or over) us in bad times and worse times, through thick and thicker, in sickness and in more sickness. Now it’s time to show them a little appreciation. A relationship with your residence is like any long-term relationship. After a while you can get complacent. You let certain niceties slide. One day you’re both picking up your clothes, managing your mail stack, washing your own dishes and wearing cologne — and then human nature kicks in. I have asked a lot of my home this past year and haven’t given much back. This week, I felt motivated to change that. As more people put COVID-19 in their past, either by surviving it or getting vaccinated, I see glimmers...
    A journalist looks at a display at the exhibition center for the Beijing 2022 Winter Olympics in Yaqing district on February 5, 2021 in Beijing, China.Kevin Frayer | Getty Images The Biden administration has yet to decide whether or not the U.S. will boycott the 2022 Winter Olympics in Beijing, the White House said Thursday, as pressure grows to bow out of the games in protest of China's conduct. "There hasn't been a final decision made on that, and of course we would look for guidance from the U.S. Olympic Committee," White House press secretary Jen Psaki said during a briefing when asked where President Joe Biden stood on the issue. That response marked a slight shift from earlier this month, when Psaki signaled that the U.S. would not change its plans to participate in the quadrennial winter games. "We're not currently talking about changing our posture or our plans...
    This is the hilarious moment a 'ninja' three-year-old manages to scale the 5ft10 refrigerator to steal cookies that her mother had hidden in a high cupboard.  The toddler, known only as Ella, was filmed by her mother in the US as she expertly jumps from the floor and uses the refrigerator handles to haul herself up.  She lodges one of her feet in the water and ice dispenser while scrabbling with her hands to get a higher grip on the door handles.  @enchantedworldofella ##cookiemonster ##crazytoddler ##3yearsolds ##quarantinelife ##tiktokkids ##americanninjawarrior ##dietfail ##ellen ##rockclimbing ##kid ¿ original sound - Cswany The toddler, known only as Ella, was filmed by her mother in the US as she expertly jumps from the floor and uses the refrigerator handles to haul herself up Once she is up she manages to stick her other foot through the right door handle, allowing her to stand...
    Apple Music’s declaration of intent was made in a hearing with British authorities. It only remains to appeal to Spotify. Apple Music has maintained the charge for the use of its services and it seems that this will never change. At least according to what was said in a hearing with British authorities. Unlike Spotify, which does offer the option to use its platform for free, but with certain limits and advertisements, the Manzanita application does not. Points Ubergizmo that Apple Music’s declaration of intent was made in a hearing with the British government. The meeting was based on the economics of music streaming services. The authorities also wanted to know if the artists were paid enough. Apple Music and the economy, these are their flags Elena Segal, director of musical publication of the company, was in charge of making it clear that there is no room for gratuity...
    NORWELL (CBS) – An old-fashioned service in Norwell has exploded in popularity during the pandemic. Hornstra Farms, founded in 1915, is still doing door-to-door milk delivery in glass bottles. “Here’s the thing about glass,” said owner John Hornstra, who took over the longtime family business in 1985. “It has no flavor, it has no odor, and it’s impervious.” READ MORE: Vaccine Website Faces Test As Thousands Of New Appointments Become Available Hornstra Farms glass milk bottles. (WBZ-TV) And Hornstra takes pride in raising the cows themselves, milking them, and then bottling it and delivering it themselves. Every step of the process is controlled by Hornstra. “A lot of companies look at ‘How many can we make?’ and mass production, and that’s not me. I will never sacrifice quality for price,” Hornstra told WBZ-TV. And that quality has become legendary on the South Shore. “We have a really unique way of...
    BAY POINT — A Bay Point man who in 2009 was convicted of murdering an acquaintance who had dated his friend’s mother — but not of an enhancement naming him as the shooter — may be entitled to freedom under a 2019 state law, an appeals court ruled. Alberto Joseph Garcia, 35, was convicted under two possible prosecution theories: that he was the one who shot and killed 31-year-old Bay Point resident David Watson, or that he “aided and abetted” the murder by helping his friend carry it out. While jurors convicted him of first degree murder, they did not return a “true” finding on a related enhancement alleging Garcia “personally” shot Watson. Because of that verdict, Garcia may be entitled to an overturned conviction under SB 1437, a 2019 change to state law that prohibits people who were not “major participants” in a killing of being found guilty of...
    Acting Capitol police chief: No specific credible threat before riot; officers unsure of lethal force authority Get used to me: Defiant Postmaster General Louis DeJoy pushes back at lawmakers at tense hearing on mail delays Unique Tip If Your Car Has Automatic Headlights Ad Microsoft The Best Flashlight We've Ever Tested Ad Microsoft Expert: “This credit card is so good I signed up personally” Ad Microsoft Full screen 1/24 SLIDES © Mike Garten / Brian Woodcock Easter is an open invitation to fill your house with pastels, florals, painted eggs, and adorable animal figurines....
    TV Chef, Restaurateur Melba Wilson Signs With Buchwald (Exclusive) SPAC Tracker: Churchill Capital IV Falls Below $30 There is a relative lack of enthusiasm about All-Star festivities among many NBA players this year, but one star might be ready to give fans some excitement at the event. © Stephen Lew-USA TODAY Sports New Orleans Pelicans forward Zion Williamson Zion Williamson teased the possibility of taking part in the dunk contest on Wednesday, saying he “might” participate and refusing to rule out the possibility. Zion after being asked if he's going to be in the dunk contest: "Who knows? That's all I can say. Who knows? I might. You never know." https://t.co/JHEFBW7l55 — Jim Eichenhofer (@Jim_Eichenhofer) February 24, 2021 If Williamson wasn’t going to do it, he wouldn’t have to tease it and would just say so. This is a good sign for those who might want to see him...
    A West Chester closed-door pharmacy has been ordered to pay $225,000 in civil penalties for illegally selling drugs after receiving warnings from the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA), authorities announced. A civil lawsuit alleges that Source One Pharmacy Services LLC -- which operates as a pharmacy that is not open for business to the general public --  improperly documented and distributed drugs including opioids, Acting United States Attorney Jennifer Arbittier Williams said. The complaint further alleges that Source One distributed some drugs to locations where the recipients were not authorized to receive them and that a DEA audit revealed pills were missing from Source One’s records for seven different drugs, Williams said. Source One agreed to resolve its civil liability by paying $225,000 in civil penalties under the Controlled Substances Act and would be subject to several heightened accountability and monitoring measures for three years, including the requirement that Source One...
    A TRAGIC mum-of-five was murdered in her flat - next-door to a manned police station. Wieslawa Mierzejewska, in her 50s,was found after cops were called to her home on Norris Road, in St Ives, Cambs. 5Wieslawa Mierzejewska was found dead at her home in CambridgeshireCredit: East Anglia News Service/ 5Her home is next to a local police stationCredit: East Anglia News Service/ Paramedics were sadly unable to save her and she was pronounced dead at the scene at 7.30am on Monday. Her home is next to the town's manned police station. A man, 40, was arrested at the scene and quizzed before today being charged with murder. A neighbour said: “It’s incredible that this happened so close to the police station. "It makes you wonder if anywhere is safe these days." Terry Saunders, 46, who lives in a flat behind Ms Mierzejewska home described her as “a lovely lady” who...
    Despite losing to Michigan, Ohio State basketball is holding on for a No. 1 seed in the latest bracketology update. There are just two weeks left in the regular season and the race for the top seeds in March Madness is heating up. There has been some shuffling in the bracketology department compared to where we were last week, but precious little movement on the top line after a classic game from Ohio State and Michigan over the weekend. Kansas has surged into the Top 16 for the first time on the strength of a five-game winning streak that was bookended by victories over Oklahoma State and Texas Tech. This week’s showdowns with Texas and Baylor provide an opportunity for the Jayhawks to keep building momentum ahead of the NCAA Tournament. Losing to Arizona wasn’t great for USC, but following it up with a thorough beatdown of Oregon was an...
    New York : When it comes to defending who we love the most in our life, it makes us draw strength that even we did not imagine we could have, especially in some ages in which the physical no longer allows us to do certain things or, we no longer have reflexes As sharp as when we were young But out there it is said that what is learned well is never forgotten, and just that seems to have happened with an 82-year-old man from Aiken County, South Carolina, who despite his advanced age, he beat to death a man who entered his house armed and attacked his wife. Herbert Parrish, a war veteran, was at home with his wife Lois, 79, when they suddenly heard a loud knock on the back door of their home. Lois decided to go see who had played and that’s when she met...
    London (CNN)A relative of Queen Elizabeth II has been jailed for 10 months for sexual assault, after forcing his way into a woman's bedroom and attacking her at his Scottish castle last year.Simon Bowes-Lyon, the Earl of Strathmore, had pleaded guilty at a previous hearing to sexually assaulting the woman during an event being held at Glamis Castle in February 2020.The 34-year-old is the Queen's first cousin, twice removed, and a member of the Queen Mother's Bowes-Lyon family.He was sentenced at Dundee Sheriff Court in Scotland on Tuesday. Glamis Castle, where he lives and where the attack took place, was the Queen Mother's childhood home.Opinion: The Queen is making her most serious misstep hereThe court heard that the woman was attending a three-day public relations event at the castle and had gone to bed when a drunk Bowes-Lyon went to her room at ​around 1:20 a.m. He persuaded her to...
    Loading the player... This week, former chair of the Republican National Committee Michael Steele has made it clear that he would have no problem with vocal Trump supporters leaving the GOP altogether to organize an entirely new political party. “You’ve got the national [Republican] leadership making their way down to Mar-a-Lago [Trump’s residence in Florida] to confer with Trump,” Steele pointed out Monday morning during a segment on MSNBC. The former GOP leader praised Republican Representatives Liz Cheney of Wyoming and Adam Kinzinger of Illinois for taking a stand against the former president’s movement. (Credit: Getty Images) READ MORE: Barack Obama, Bruce Springsteen open up about ‘unlikely friendship’ on new podcast Renegades “And then there’s this: the Trump party. And so you have 46 percent of the folks saying that they will follow Trump. I’m like, ‘OK, there’s the door. Y’all go do your thing and we’ll just pick up...
    Former Republican National Committee (RNC) Chair Michael Steele said Monday that conservatives who do not wish to be part of the party without former President TrumpDonald TrumpFormer Florida officer arrested after live streaming from inside US Capitol during breach, FBI says Schumer says he's working to find votes to confirm Biden's OMB pick Pence declined invitation to attend CPAC: reports MORE leading it are free to leave.  "You have 46 percent of the folks saying they will follow Trump," Steele said Monday on MSNBC's "Morning Joe." "I'm like, OK, there's the door. Y'all go do your thing and we'll just pick up the pieces on this side and keep moving. And that's the battle."  Steele was referring to a new Suffolk University-USA Today poll released Sunda that found 46 percent of Republicans would abandon the GOP and join a Trump party if the former president decided to create one. Only 27 percent of respondents said they would stay with...
    UPDATE 1-China rejects genocide charge in Xinjiang, says door open to U.N.
    GENEVA (Reuters) - China on Monday rejected "slanderous attacks" about conditions for Muslim Uighurs and other minorities living in its Xinjiang region, saying that they enjoyed freedom of religion and other fundamental rights. Foreign Minister Wang Yi, addressing the U.N. Human Rights Council in Geneva, said there were 24,000 mosques in the western region, adding: "These basic facts show that there has never been so-called genocide, forced labour, or religious oppression in Xinjiang." "The door to Xinjiang is always open. People from many countries who have visited Xinjiang have learned the facts and the truth on the ground. China also welcomes the High Commissioner for Human Rights to visit Xinjiang," Wang said, referring to U.N. rights chief Michelle Bachelet, whose office has been negotiating terms of access to the country. (Reporting by Stephanie Nebehay; Editing by Michael Shields) Copyright 2021 Thomson Reuters. Tags: United Nations, vaccines, Switzerland, United States, coronavirus,...
    By SOPHIA EPPOLITO, Associated Press/Report for America SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — Louise Delfino was tough as nails. She worked as a legal secretary at the same law firm for more than six decades until she was forced into retirement at 84 when she broke her leg at the office. She was my mother’s mom. Julie Eppolito was an incredible cook. We didn’t get to see her as much growing up because she lived on the other side of the country, but I remember how she loved experimenting with food and trying out different recipes. One of her favorite things to make her grandchildren was buttered pastina — always a family favorite. She was my dad’s mom. Last year, a few months into the coronavirus pandemic, I moved to Salt Lake City for a new job. I was headed there to be a politics reporter covering the Utah statehouse. And...
    Former Sen. Kelly LoefflerKelly LoefflerPerdue on potential 2022 run: GOP must regain the Senate Perdue files paperwork to explore 2022 Senate run Ossoff presses Biden's budget nominee on HBCU funding MORE (R-Ga.) is weighing a 2022 rematch against Sen. Raphael WarnockRaphael WarnockGarland expected to become Biden's AG after high court hold up Conservative groups seek to bolster opposition to Biden's HHS pick On The Trail: Trump threatens a Tea Party redux MORE (D-Ga.).  In an interview with the Atlanta Journal-Constitution published on Monday, the former senator said that a 2022 campaign for her old seat is “certainly on the table,” though a decision isn’t imminent.  Loeffler said that her focus for the time being is on building out a new organization, Greater Georgia, that is intended to function as Republican version of Fair Fight, the voting rights group backed by former Democratic gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams. Greater Georgia was launched...
    SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — Louise Delfino was tough as nails. She worked as a legal secretary at the same law firm for more than six decades until she was forced into retirement at 84 when she broke her leg at the office. She was my mother’s mom. Julie Eppolito was an incredible cook. We didn’t get to see her as much growing up because she lived on the other side of the country, but I remember how she loved experimenting with food and trying out different recipes. One of her favorite things to make her grandchildren was buttered pastina — always a family favorite. She was my dad’s mom. Last year, a few months into the coronavirus pandemic, I moved to Salt Lake City for a new job. I was headed there to be a politics reporter covering the Utah statehouse. And yes, I covered politics. Yet like most...
    (CNN)The last 12 months have been tolling for Linda Harris, who lives in a small Southwest Georgia city hard hit by the coronavirus pandemic. "I'm tired of losing grandparents, grandmamas, granddaddys and some of our small children, too."Back-to-back funerals and a marathon proved to be deadly, as the virus quickly spread throughout Albany, Georgia. The predominantly Black city quickly became a hot spot early in the pandemic. How two funerals helped turn one small Georgia city into a hotspot for coronavirus As demand for the coronavirus vaccine continues to outweigh supply, the city has adopted a new approach to get the most vulnerable vaccinated.Harris, a city recreation supervisor and lifelong resident, canvasses poor and disadvantaged neighborhoods to create awareness of local vaccine resources.Read MoreOn a recent sunny afternoon, Harris along with a few other volunteers trek around for miles throughout South Albany knocking on hundreds of doors passing out flyers...
    J.J. Watt let a fan on Twitter know that he is not ready to make a decision in his free agency.Former Houston Texans superstar J.J. Watt will be looking for a new home in 2021. After being released by the only NFL team he has ever known, Watt is taking his time in finding the right place for him. He will not let any Twitter troll get in the way of him making a smart business decision. Watt responded to a fan on Twitter on why he has not picked a team yet in a hilarious, but relatable manner. He quote tweeted that poor soul with, “I scroll through door dash for like an hour before I pick a restaurant man… You’re gonna have to give me a second to choose a new team and city.” We have all scrolled through Door Dash for hours before picking something to eat. I...
    TOLLAND, Conn. (AP) — Details emerged Sunday about a wild police chase in Tolland after a state trooper was struck by a vehicle. Five people were arrested and were scheduled to make initial court appearances Monday. WFSB-TV reported police responded Saturday after multiple reports that people were breaking into cars. One caller told police he had interrupted a burglar in his garage, and that the burglar had pulled a gun on him. During a road pursuit, the suspects’ stolen black Acura RDX rammed a police cruiser, injuring a trooper, before it crashed into a snow bank near the town green. State police said Saturday the trooper was treated at a hospital and released. After the suspects' car crashed, homeowners told WFSB, they scattered in the surrounding neighborhood. Allen Lawrence told the TV station his son arrived home and saw the door to a shed partially open. When he looked inside,...
    LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) — A man who spray-painted swastikas and racial epithets on a Lincoln synagogue was sentenced Friday to a year in jail. Noah Miller, 22, of Lincoln, apologized to the Jewish community before he was sentenced after pleading no contest to criminal mischief enhanced as a hate crime. He also was sentenced to six months on a drug charge, The Lincoln Journal Star reported. Members of the South Street Temple discovered the vandalism Jan. 15. Swastikas were painted on the front steps and wooden front door of the synagogue, along with slurs. A door had to be replaced at a cost of $2,333. Miller said there was no hate behind the vandalism. He claimed he did it for the money after a Jewish man paid him. Copyright 2021 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed. Tags: Nebraska, Associated Press
    SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO – A vehicle was stolen from a South San Francisco home Wednesday morning, police said. The theft was reported about 10:45 a.m. in the first block of Nursery Way, the South San Francisco Police Department said in a news release. Police said an investigation revealed two garage door remotes and a set of car keys had been stolen from the victim’s vehicle earlier that day in San Francisco. Around 10:30 a.m., three men wearing black face coverings and all-black clothing used a remote to get inside the victim’s garage and steal his silver-colored 2007 Lexus GS350. One suspect left the scene in a black Chrysler 300 with tinted windows and a stolen California license plate (no. 7LIC342). Related Articles Trio arrested on suspicion of robbing Peninsula bakery San Mateo County: Women robbed of bank deposit bags in separate incidents San Francisco agrees...
    A crook was caught on video climbing up to the second-floor awning of a Bronx home to open a window before he and four others ransacked a couple’s bedroom at gunpoint, cops said.  The suspect hoisted himself up to the second floor of a home at Barnes Avenue and Van Nest Avenue, with the help of his pals, around 10:10 p.m. Monday, cops said.  Then he opened the door for his accomplices, police said.  One of the burglars climbing up onto the building’s second floor.NYPD Once inside, one of the men pulled a handgun and all five confronted a couple — a 46-year-old man and a 36-year-old woman — in their bedroom, authorities said.  They pilfered through the bedroom and made off with $120 in cash, cops said.  The group took off on Barnes Avenue inside a gray four-door sedan, and police are still hunting for them.
    CANDACE Owens has leapt to the defence of Ted Cruz after the Texas Senator fled the state during a devastating snow storm. In a now deleted Tweet, outspoken commentator Owens defended the Lone Star Senator for going on holiday during its worst storm in history. 8Outspoken commentator Owens defended the Lone Star Senator for going on holidayCredit: Getty Images - Getty 8Cruz admitted that he travelled to Mexico for a family vacation as thousands struggled without powerCredit: The Mega Agency 8Meanwhile a water crisis was unfolding after storms wreaked havoc on power grid and utilitiesCredit: AFP or licensors She wrote: "You can make calls from anywhere in the world. "I’m just here to point out that the same people that spent the last year demanding we stay in full isolation from everyone (including our own family members) is now outraged Ted Cruz isn’t going to door to door to offer...
    A crook was caught on video climbing up to the second-floor awning of a Bronx home to open a window before he and four others ransacked a couple’s bedroom at gunpoint, cops said.  The suspect hoisted himself up to the second floor of a home at Barnes Avenue and Van Nest Avenue, with the help of his pals, around 10:10 p.m. Monday, cops said.  Then he opened the door for his accomplices, police said.  One of the burglars climbing up onto the building’s second floor.NYPD Once inside, one of the men pulled a handgun and all five confronted a couple — a 46-year-old man and a 36-year-old woman — in their bedroom, authorities said.  They pilfered through the bedroom and made off with $120 in cash, cops said.  The group took off on Barnes Avenue inside a gray four-door sedan, and police are still hunting for them. Filed under burglaries...
    ORANGEVALE (CBS13) — With a three-month-old baby on her hip and a four-year-old daughter always riding her bicycle in the neighborhood, Melanie Osterman wants to make sure she knows her neighbors. Jason Scarcello is a convicted sex offender who authorities say has interests in cannibalism. Neighbors reached out to CBS13 after receiving an alert about Scarcello living on Drywood Way. RELATED: ‘No, I’m Pissed’: Sex Offender With Cannibal Interests Is Moving In, Some Neighbors Angry They Weren’t Notified “Nobody wants that kind of crap in this neighborhood at all,” said Osterman. After our original story aired, the homeowner told CBS13 Scarcello had applied to live there, but was denied. But the Federal Defender’s office confirms Scarcello did live there in November and moved out December 1. “I don’t know if something’s not being updated. But something’s not right,” said Woodmore Oaks Neighborhood Watch president Tom DiGiacomo. DiGiacomo sent the initial...
    Europe Laure de Charette, correspondent in France Subscribers Published on 02-18-21 at 11:14 am – Updated 02-18-21 at 11:15 am © Shutterstock “I don’t want to go to school anymore!” This sentence is not the cry from the heart of a child in CM1 (the equivalent of the fourth primary), but that of a teacher, launched on a dedicated forum. “I had anxiety attacks at the thought of going to school”, explains Tiphaine, 45, a teacher at schools near Chartres. Like her, hundreds – thousands? – teachers have asked to leave through this system, which entered into force in the public service on January 1, 2020 (it has existed in the private sector since 2008) and allows a departure less perilous than resignation, with unemployment benefits and indemnity.
    A PUB in Bristol seems perfectly normal from the outside – but actually has a gruesome secret hidden inside. Punters opting for a pint at the Hatchet Inn may need a stiff drink after opening the door to go inside. Alamy 5 The Hatchet Inn hides a creepy secret The huge door to the 18th century pub, which is the oldest in Bristol, is rumoured to be made from layers of human skin. Now painted a dark black, the myth behind the door suggests that the skin was from executed criminals. However, this has never been proven, with the thick tar and paint layers never to be removed to find out. The stories behind the pub range from the gross to the baffling – first licensed in 1606, it was said to have been patronised by the pirate Blackbeard In 1956, a tourist from the US even offered the...
    THIAGO has been offered a potential way out from his underwhelming Liverpool stint with Bayern Munich legend Lothar Matthaus urging him to return to the German club. The midfielder has been a huge disappointment since his £20million move to Anfield in September, failing to provide the spark Jurgen Klopp’s reigning champions needed. 2Thiago has been urged to return to Bayern Munich by Lothar MatthausCredit: Rex Features And despite an improved showing in Tuesday’s 2-0 Champions League win over RB Leipzig, pundits are still pointing to the Spaniard as one of the reasons Liverpool’s title defence has fallen flat. However, he still has an army of fans in Germany – and none more so than former midfielder Matthaus. He told Sky Germany: "How about Bayern bring Thiago back to Munich? He is not getting on in Liverpool and in Munich he is missed by Hansi Flick and the fans. "Anyone who...
    BUCKS Fizz star Cheryl Baker has revealed she's charging fans for video messages to 'keep the wolves from the door' after her jobs were cancelled. The TV personality and singer spoke of her financial troubles as she chatted to Good Morning Britain hosts Ben Shephard and Kate Garraway. 6Cheryl Baker has spoken about charging money for video messagesCredit: Rex Features Cheryl, 66, discussed the effect of lockdown restrictions on her career and others in the entertainment industry. She confessed: "Probably 90 per cent of people in this industry are affected the same. "We've fallen through the cracks where the government is giving out furloughs and things. "We did one gig in September when we were allowed to." 6The singer said it was keeping 'the wolves from the door'Credit: Rex Features 6Cheryl previously won Eurovision as part of Bucks FizzCredit: Rex Features 6She's now one third of The FizzCredit:...
    DOMINIC Raab has been mocked by eagle-eyed Sky News viewers who noticed a 'high security' method to stop his interview being interrupted. The Foreign Secretary appeared on Sky News this morning as the government prepares to unveil its roadmap out of Covid lockdown. 10Eagle-eyed viewers spotted Dominic Raab's low-tech method to keep his intruders out of his Sky News interview But the dad-of-two appeared to have learned the lessons of other presenters and interviewees who have been gatecrashed while appearing on TV during lockdown. As Mr Raab spoke from his home in Esher, Surrey, a broom could be seen propped against a door in the background in an apparent attempt to keep intruders out. Switched on viewers quickly spotted the effort, with many recognising it from their own battles to keep kids out of their Zoom meetings. Chris Ball wrote on Twitter: "The old use a broom to...
    By: KDKA-TV News Staff PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — Door-to-door mail service has resumed on a street in Pittsburgh after it was suspended due to a dog biting a mail carrier. RELATED: Black Franchise Owner In Ohio Sues McDonald’s, Cites Persistent Bias (Photo Credit: KDKA) Last week, KDKA’s Andy Sheehan reported that the Postal Service suspended door-to-door delivery on Wenzell Place in Beechview after a carrier was bitten by a pit bull. There was no delivery for three months, forcing residents to drive a mile away to the Post Office to get their mail. RELATED: Cranberry Township Fire Department Set To Open $450,000 Burn Building This Summer Wenzell Place residents are now grateful for the Postal Service resuming mail service. “We’ve been going through this for a few months straights,” said Sean Dutreiulle. “It’s become a real chore just stay up on your notifications and your bills and everything. It wasn’t really...
    Tony Khan | AEW has agreements with NWA, Impact Wrestling and NJPW. Those deals took a while to materialize, but AEW is not closing the door to more partnerships. While appearing on the WrestleFetish podcast, Tony Khan mentioned WWE. He said they are more than welcome to take a trip to Jacksonville and work on something. Vince McMahon’s company can always knock on that “Forbidden Door.” “They are more than welcome. Like I said, the forbidden door is open at any moment. Come and call. If they knocked on the door, I would certainly be willing to let them in. “ WWE is not likely to actually accept his offer from Tony Khan. There are a lot of possibilities if you think about the matchups they could do, but WWE seems focused on taking over the world in its own way. Meanwhile, fans are very excited to see...
    More On: unruly passengers Wild video shows passengers attacking airline agents in airport melee Flight passenger charged for allegedly attacking mom whose kids kicked her seat Woman kicked off flight for refusing to wear face mask What a gas-hole: Man charged with assault after farting in Uber A Delta Airlines passenger disrupted a trip to Boston by opening a cabin door and assaulting a flight attendant while the plane was in the air, according to a report. The unidentified man allegedly tried to open the main cabin door on the Sunday afternoon flight from Atlanta, news station WCVB reported. “I saw the stewardess in first class, it seemed like she jumped back. I learned she had been hit,” another passenger, Mark French, told the outlet. “I stuck my head up and pulled off my headphones, and she was yelling, saying, ‘He’s trying to open the door.’” French said two...
    Through a statement published on its website, Sennheiser reported that it is willing to sell its consumer audio division. That is, everything related to technologies, headphones and other sound devices aimed at normal consumers. Obviously, this is an unexpected announcement that, in the event of finding an interested party willing to buy the business, could change the course of a sector that has been widely competitive for decades. According to Sennheiser, his intention is focus entirely on the professional audio business. This encompasses not only products for professionals in audio production, but also Neumann microphones and devices for business-focused communications. Sennheiser clarifies, yes, that it still sees a lot of potential in its consumer products. However, they consider that an investor could boost the business in a sector with too much competition. “In order to better exploit the potential in each of these markets, we are focusing our own resources...
    CHICAGO (CBS) —The bitter cold means a cold apartment for one woman in the western suburbs. She reached out to CBS 2 for help. Her landlord did not like that. Now he appears to be retaliating. CBS 2’s Jim Williams has the story. RELATED: LIVE UPDATES: Heavy Lake-Effect Snow Combines With Snowstorm System; Totals Could Exceed 12 Inches In Spots Tanya Erving’s oven door is open while pots of steaming water are on the stove. “The radiators are ice cold. Nothing is coming through. Haven’t had heat since Saturday,” Erving said. “Honestly, I have a very nice unit, but when it comes to the wintertime, it is like a living hell.” Erving showed a photo of the thermostat in her Bellwood apartment. It read 64 degrees. Bellwood, like most communities, requires a minimum of 68 degrees in winter during the day and 65 at night. “No one wants to wake...
    Former DHS Deputy Secretary Ken Cuccinelli on Monday warned that President Joe Biden’s administration has thrown open the door for immigrants, a stark contrast from the previous President Donald Trump administration. This comes as the Biden administration announced plans to slowly allow 25,000 asylum seekers to enter the United States. Cuccinelli warned on Fox Business Network’s “Varney & Company” that Biden’s immigration policy will result in dangerous people such as child molesters, domestic abusers and drunk drivers being released back into the country instead of deported. “Professional career officers were finding just a couple of percent of those people qualified for asylum,” Cuccinelli stated. “I mean, it was a clear sham, and Mexico cooperated to give us an extraordinary level of detention ability. And so now, when they just throw open the door, I mean, that is the answer. It isn’t whether you could hold back. They have given up...
    WILMETTE, Ill. (WLS) -- An electric blanket may have caused a fire that damaged a home in north suburban Wilmette.When Wilmette Fire Department first arrived, heavy gray smoke was visible from the front window of the single-family residence.Five people inside the house were able to get out safely.The people in the house told Wilmette Police they saw an electric blanked engulfed in flames before they escaped. The blanket was located on a sofa in the front sitting room.RELATED: Des Plaines house fire kills mother, 4 young girlsFirefighters encountered heavy, dark smoke as they entered the home and opened the door to the fire room. The fire was extinguished and confined to the room. The amount of damage to the residence and limited fire spread was due to the occupants closing the door of the fire room and front door, according to fire officials.Wilmette Fire Department determined the origin of the...
    More On: capitol riot ‘Trumpism’ has a political future even if Trump’s is unclear Cop who killed himself was hit by pole during Capitol riot — and ‘wasn’t the same’: wife Mittens come off: Bernie clashes with Trump lawyer after asking if Biden won election The Navy has no idea how many sailors it has booted for extremist activity The Senate on Friday took a break from former President Donald Trump’s impeachment trial to unanimously approve a Congressional Gold Medal for hero Capitol Police Officer Eugene Goodman. Goodman led the first wave of pro-Trump rioters away from an unsecured Senate door on Jan. 6. The rioters later broke into the Senate chamber — at least two of them armed with plastic handcuffs. Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY) and GOP Minority Leader Mitch McConnell both spoke in favor of the award from the Senate floor. “In the weeks after...
    HUNTINGTON, New York -- Pizza has been a family affair for Marciano Capriano since he was 14-years-old. Capriano would make pizzas in his backyard with his father when they built their own brick pizza oven.As Capriano grew older, he wanted to level up, which eventually led him to his International retro-fitted pizza truck. Jennifer, his wife, met him when he was first putting the truck together and, ever since pizza has become their passion.When the pandemic hit in March, they shut down their truck due to CDC safety guidelines.The Capriano's, starting brainstorming on ideas to keep their hungry customers happy as well as safe during this time of quarantine.The duo came up with several pizza kits where customers can make their own pizza creations delivered right to their door."You really are bringing some excitement into their lives," said Marciano. "Everyone is at home, stuck at home."Related: Spread the love this...
    JOE WILLOCK has revealed he isn't thinking about about his future at Arsenal as he insisted his focus is purely on Newcastle. The 21-year-old joined the Magpies on loan until the end of the season in the winter transfer window, and made an instant impression on his debut last week. 1Joe Willock joined Newcastle on loan from Arsenal earlier this monthCredit: Getty Images - Getty Willock opened his account for Steve Bruce's side just 16 minutes into the clash at St James' Park against Southampton as he helped his new team win 3-2. Despite featuring in 17 matches under Mikel Arteta this term, the England youth international opted to make the move up north in search of regular time. And having departed the Emirates, albeit on loan, Willock has stated a return to Arsenal is not something he is thinking about. Speaking to Sky Sports, he said: "When I decided...
    LITTLETON, Colo. (CBS4) – The residents of the Kensington Ridge neighborhood aren’t hesitant to fly their colors. College, sports teams and American flags are displayed in front of several homes throughout the community. That’s why Ben and Kara Wilkoff were confused when their HOA said their “Blacks Lives Matter” flag must come down. (credit: CBS) The BLM flag has been displayed in front of the Wilkoffs’ home since August. RELATED: COVID In Colorado: Get Your Vaccine At Walmart, More King Soopers Locations “We got the flag because it’s a symbol of solidarity. It’s a symbol of change. It’s a symbol of support for Black Lives,” said Kara Wilkoff, a 12-year resident of the neighborhood. In December, the couple received a letter from the HOA saying their flag is not approved. “I looked in the bylaws to figure out if we were breaking a rule. There are things about flag poles...
    PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — Residents on a street in Beechview are raising questions after the Postal Service stopped door-to-door delivery after issues with a dog. “Where is my mail?” RELATED: Third Stimulus Check: How Much Could Your Next Relief Payment Be? That’s what people on Wenzell Place in Beechview have been asking for more than three months. The Postal Service has suspended door-to-door delivery there, and KDKA Investigator Andy Sheehan went looking for the reasons why.  Like the rest of the folks on Wenzell Place, Mary Jo Hummel hasn’t had her mail delivered for more than three months. She has to drive a mile to the post office to post her mail or pick it up. “It’s very annoying and it’s very unfair,” said Hummel. Three months ago around Halloween, a pit bull on the street bit a mail carrier, and mail delivery suddenly stopped. Residents say it...
    Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer Thursday did not rule out bringing legislation to bar former President Donald Trump from office if he is not convicted at the ongoing Senate impeachment trial.  Democratic senators have discussed in recent weeks that if they cannot secure the 67 votes needed to convict Trump -- and bar him from holding office in a subsequent simple-majority vote -- that they might invoke the 14th Amendment of the Constitution to do the same.  Schumer, New York's senior Democratic senator, was asked about the possibility in a press conference ahead of the impeachment trial proceedings Thursday.  "We're first going to finish the impeachment trial and then Democrats will get together and discuss where we go next," Schumer replied.  Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY) speaks during a press conference about student debt outside the U.S. Capitol on February 4, 2021 in Washington, DC. (Photo by Drew...
    LIVERPOOL and Leeds have been handed a transfer boost with Udinese admitting Rodrigo de Paul is set to leave this summer. The versatile Argentine midfielder, 26, is reportedly valued at £30million by his club. 1Udinese admit Liverpool and Leeds target Rodrigo de Paul is set to leave this summerCredit: AP:Associated Press Leeds came close to signing De Paul upon their return to the Premier League last year. And Liverpool joined the race ahead of the January transfer window, with De Paul reportedly seen as a replacement for Georginio Wijnaldum should he leave Anfield on a free transfer. The Premier League duo have now been given encouragement in their pursuit, with Udinese sporting director Pasquale Marino revealing De Paul is likely to leave. Marino said: “De Paul has characteristics that many top clubs in Europe are missing. “I hope it doesn’t happen, but whoever signs him next summer will raise their...
    February 11, 2021 11:45 AM | With information from DPA 15 minutes. The president of the United States (USA), Joe Biden, signed an executive order on Thursday that decrees the “national emergency” due to the open political crisis in Burma. As far, Treasury and State departments are urged to prepare sanctions against responsible leaders of the blow military on February 1, in which the government led by Aung San Suu Kyi was deposed. Biden advanced this step on Wednesday, with which he wants to punish the military who “overthrew the democratically elected civilian government” in Burma. Further, “unjustly arrested government leaders, politicians, human rights defenders, journalists and religious leaders“. The coup, according to Biden, shattered the “democratic transition” undertaken in Burma. “It constitutes an unusual and extraordinary threat to US national security and foreign policy,” according to the executive order. Biden leaves Burma penniless Said initiative authorizes the blocking of...
    Gatlin's BBQ started out as a hidden gem in 2010. Greg Gatlin and his family opened the business in a tiny house in Houston, Texas. Within a few months, there were lines out the door and the local and state accolades started pouring in.Gatlin's BBQ is now in a much bigger location, and one of the most well-known BBQ restaurants in Texas. Customers will line up for their mouthwatering meats and delicious sides. Diners also love going because of the Gatlin family, whose love for each other, and the business is obvious as soon as you walk in the door.If you would like to check out their menu or see their hours, visit their website or Instagram.
    Portland protesters wreaked havoc at a police union building on Wednesday night vandalizing the joint and attempting to break down the door, authorities said. The group targeted the offices of the Portland Police Association, forcing over a dozen city cops to be rerouted to the scene, according to authorities. Portland police warned the protesters to back off or face possible arrest. At about 7:20 p.m., two hours after police first announced the protest, the group dispersed with no arrests made. The protesters were not able to breach the building. Police said there were no reported injuries. A total of 15 cops responded to the building. Filed under police ,  portland ,  protests ,  2/11/21
    Rioters attempted to break down the door to the Portland Police Association Wednesday night, the Portland Police said. The protest began near North Lombard Street and North Campbell Avenue around 5:15 p.m., according to tweets from Portland Police. Rioters then attempted to break the door down to the police association. Police urged rioters to disperse. “Stay on the sidewalk, do not try to break into the building or violate any other laws. If you do you’re subject to arrest and/or use of force including less lethal weapons.” To those participating in the protest, this direction is being given over loudspeaker: stay on the sidewalk, do not try to break into the building or violate any other laws. If you do you’re subject to arrest and/or use of force including less lethal weapons. — Portland Police (@PortlandPolice) February 10, 2021 Roughly two hours after police first tweeted about the incident...
    Demonstrators in Portland, Oregon, have reportedly tried to break down the door of the Portland Police Association. Portland Police said in a Wednesday tweet they were "monitoring the situation" at the union office. "A protest has developed near North Lombard Street and North Campbell Avenue, where participants have tried to break down the door [of] the Portland Police Association," the department tweeted at 2:15 p.m. local time. "To those participating in the protest, this direction is being given over loudspeaker: stay on the sidewalk, do not try to break into the building or violate any other laws. If you do you're subject to arrest and/or use of force including less lethal weapons." A protest has developed near North Lombard Street and North Campbell Avenue, where participants have tried to break down the door the Portland Police Association. We are monitoring the situation.— Portland Police (@PortlandPolice) February 10, 2021 This...
    Natalia Garibotto added four tantalizing snaps to her Instagram page on Tuesday, February 9, that stunned her 2.8 million followers. In the latest post, the Brazilian model slipped into a tiny bikini set, flaunting her insanely toned body as she struck several sultry poses for the camera. Tammy wore an all-black, two-piece swimsuit that exposed plenty of skin. It included an itty-bitty, triangle-style bikini top that featured fully-lined cups cut so small, her shapely breasts were barely contained. The plunging neckline exposed her décolletage, and the thin straps that provided support for the piece went over her shoulders, highlighting her lean arms. The top created a snug fit that pushed her bust inward, making her cleavage look more prominent and tantalizing to many of her fans. She sported a pair of matching bottoms that were just as scanty. The swimwear boasted a pretty low-cut waistline that showed off a generous...
    By: KDKA-TV News Staff LAS VEGAS (KDKA) — One of Marc-Andre Fleury’s biggest fans missed the chance to meet him after ignoring her doorbell. RELATED: Man Who Lost Wife To Ovarian Cancer Donates $30k To Magee-Womens Research Institute Megan McDonald was watching TV in her living room when she heard a knock on the door. She checked her Ring Doorbell and did not recognize the man. (Photo Credit: Meghan McDonald Ring Doorbell) That feeling when Marc-Andre Fleury personally delivers a signed jersey to your house but you don’t recognize him in a mask (thanks COVID) and don’t answer the door. ????‍♀️????‍♀️????‍♀️ Sorry Fleury!! #facepalm #imanidiot pic.twitter.com/yNS7R2n68d — megan m (@meglynnm) January 19, 2021 RELATED: New Research From University Of Pittsburgh Reveals Some People Are Living In Vaccine Desert But what she did not know was the man under the mask was Fleury, who was personally delivering an...
    A Florida homeowner shot and killed an intruder in self-defense after the man broke into his house around 1 a.m. while he and his family slept. “People have a right to be safe in their home, and when necessary, defend that safety. At this point in the investigation, the evidence indicates that the resident acted in self-defense," Polk County Sheriff Grady Judd wrote in a statement. Police said that Jory Plummer broke into a Frostproof, Florida, home as the man, his wife, and three children were asleep on Sunday morning. The man’s wife reportedly heard banging on the front door, but when her husband went to inspect, he found the door was forced opened. He then grabbed his handgun. The homeowner found the man "yelling obscenities at him” in front of the house and told Plummer to leave “numerous times.” Plummer reportedly refused to leave. ...
    A woman died of extreme cold over the weekend in British Columbia while trying to get home from her next-door neighbor's house as temperatures dropped to a staggering -41.8F. Royal Canadian Mounted Police said the 68-year-old woman, who has not yet been named, died of extreme cold shortly after leaving her neighbor's home in Dawson Creek at around 1am on Sunday. While an investigation continues, police say preliminary evidence suggests the woman planned to walk home but collapsed in the cold.  The woman and her neighbor had been consuming alcohol in the hours prior, police said.    She was found dead later that morning outside her home by her neighbor at around 11:50am.  Detachment commander Staff Sgt. Damon Werrell said that the victim's and her neighbor's homes were 'not far apart', though declined to offer a specific distance when pressed by DailyMail.com. Royal Canadian Mounted Police said the 68-year-old woman,...
    CORONAVIRUS testing has been deployed across thirteen areas in England to detect new mutant variants of Covid-19. The map below reveals if your local area is on the list as a doorstep testing regime has this morning been rolled out in Manchester after the Kent variant was detected. ???? Read our coronavirus live blog for the latest news & updates 4 Thousands of extra tests will be rolled out in the region today after two unconnected households were found to be infected with the E484K mutation, Manchester City Council said. It follows similar surges in testing in Worcestershire, Sefton, Merseyside, and areas in Bristol and south Gloucestershire, after variants were found. Residents in these areas were last week urged to go to new pop-up testing sites even if they didn't have any Covid-19 symptoms. The three main symptoms of coronavirus are a new persistent cough, a high temperature and a loss...
    Havana (CNN)Cuba took a long-awaited and likely irreversible step towards massively expanding the island's private sector over the weekend.On Saturday, Cuba's communist-run government announced that Cubans will soon be able to seek employment or start businesses in most fields of work.Previously, Cubans were restricted to working in just 127 officially approved private sector job descriptions. Some of those legalized activities over the years included working as a barber, tire repairer, palm tree trimmer or "dandy," as the government referred to Cubans who dressed up to pose with tourists for photos. What Cuba wants from Joe BidenBut many Cubans chafed that the government's list did not include opportunities created by recently increased access to the internet and Cubans' own seemingly limitless ability to innovate and invent. Now they will have the ability to work in over 2,000 different fields.Read More"The new measures for self-employment approved by the Council of Ministers will...
    ANOTHER 10,000 Brits will be tested coronavirus after four cases of the new Kent Covid variant was found in Manchester. Thousands of extra tests will be rolled out in the region from Tuesday after two unconnected households were found to be infected with the E484K mutation, Manchester City Council said. ???? Read our coronavirus live blog for the latest news & updates 5Over 10,000 Brits living in specific Manchester postcodes will now be tested after the Kent variant was foundCredit: Alamy Live News 5Volunteers will be knocking on doors to provide tests when people cannot make it to test centresCredit: PA:Press Association This follows similar surges in testing in Worcestershire, Sefton, Merseyside, and areas in Bristol and south Gloucestershire, after variants were found. Extra testing sites will be set up to enable anyone aged over 16 who lives, works or studies in the affected areas - which includes postcodes...
    MONSTER mum Mairead Philpott tucked into a spicy takeaway after ordering a delivery curry to the door of her bail hostel. She was freed in December after half a 17-year manslaughter jail term for her role in a 2012 blaze that killed her six kids, aged five to 13. 5Killer mum Mairead Philpott tucked into a spicy takeaway treat as she ordered a delivery curry to the doorstep of her bail hostel 5A source said: 'The women’s hostel is a far cry from prison' She has been enjoying her taste of freedom and the Indian cuisine from a local restaurant. A source said: “The women’s hostel is a far cry from prison. "Mairead is even getting delivery meals dropped off.” Her comfy hostel in the South offers yoga and art classes and staff handed her a hamper stuffed with goodies at Christmas. Philpott, 39, was caged with ex-husband Mick,...
    British pharmaceutical company AstraZeneca is developing a modified coronavirus vaccine that will combat a variant of the virus that originated from South Africa. AstraZeneca, which has already made one coronavirus vaccine with help from Oxford University, plans to have the new version ready by the fall, the company’s lead researcher Sarah Gilbert told BBC on Sunday. Gilbert said it was “easy to adapt” the current vaccine to make it effective against the South Africa variant. “We have a version with the South African spike sequence in the works,” Gilbert said, according to BBC. (RELATED: Life Will Return To Normal In Seven Years, Vaccine Database Shows) “We’re getting prepared with different versions of the virus – and we’ll be ready if we need to use them,” she continued. A British woman receives the first of two vaccine doses on Dec. 8 in London. (Victoria Jones/Pool/Getty Images) Meanwhile, U.K. health officials are...
    Fauci cautions Super Bowl viewers on mini super spreader events Ohio police officer charged in Andre Hills death pleads not guilty College basketball scores, winners and losers: Texas continues to tumble, Alabama leaves the door open in SEC A chaotic week in college basketball culminated Saturday with -- you guessed it! -- yet another chaotic slate of games. Two top-10 teams bit the dust and a total of four ranked teams took losses on a day where surprising results and stunning outcomes were again the theme, fittingly capping a week where five of the top-10 teams in the sport had already taken spills. © Provided by CBS Sports Oklahoma State defeating No. 6 Texas in a double-overtime thriller took the cake as the biggest stunner of the day. Though Texas had lost its last two, the Cowboys, who were underdogs on their home court, overcame a mediocre performance from...
    A HOTEL worker saw his Tinder date stabbed to death by her ‘jealous ex’ as he kicked down the door in a desperate bid to save her, a court was told. Vincente Breso-Biosca met Cristina Ortiz-Lozano through the popular dating site, but their first meeting turned into a nightmare when they were stalked back to her home by her former lover. 4A court has been told how Cristina Ortiz-Lozano was killedCredit: Solent News The accused, Abdelaziz El Yechioui Ourzat, was seen on CCTV 'hiding in the shadows' as he watched the pair sitting outside a pub on their date. The jury heard how Ourzat followed the pair back to Miss Ortiz-Lozano's home afterwards, before stabbing her 23 times with a knife in her kitchen. At Winchester Crown Court, Hants, Mr Breso-Biosca told jurors that he matched with the 'beautiful' 28 year old Spaniard on Tinder while he was working as...
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    TWO new postcodes in the UK will be given door-to-door "surge" Covid testing after the South Africa variant was found. Brits living in in the Worcestershire County Council areas WR3 and parts of the WR9 postcode will be able to get a test. 1Two new postcodes in the UK will be given door-to-door "surge" Covid testing after the South Africa variant was found (file photo)Credit: (c) UkNewsinPictures Those living near The White Hart pub in Fernhill Heath, near Worcester, will be able to get a test at a mobile testing hub - even if they don't have symptoms. Home testing kits will also be made available in order to test as many people as possible. More to follow... For the latest news on this story keep checking back at Sun Online. Thesun.co.uk is your go to destination for the best celebrity news, football news, real-life stories, jaw-dropping pictures and...
    Tonight’s (Feb 6) Weekend Ka Vaar episode of Bigg Boss 14 is going to be high on drama, as host, Salman Khan will spare none. After an entire week of creating ruckus inside the house in the name of entertainment, Rakhi Sawant will be bashed by the Dabangg star for her behaviour. Rakhi’s usage of nasty words as well as her fight with Rubina Dilaik, Abhinav Shukla will be the hot topic of discussion today. That’s not it, as Salman will also advice Rakhi to quit the reality show. Bigg Boss 14: Vindu Dara Singh Confirms He’s Entering the Reality Show As Rakhi Sawant’s Connection! In the clip, we see the host telling Rakhi that he has always supported her, but if she thinks that her kind of entertainment will be entertained on BB 14, she’s wrong. To which, we see Sawant feeling guilty. However, ahead, Salman sets the...
    “We will try again,” says Mohammad Amin Ibrahimi, a teacher from Kabul, looking west, towards neighboring Croatia, which he has tried to join 30 times with his family in his quest for Europe. With each attempted smuggling, the Croatian police sent him back to Bosnia, where he lives in an abandoned house, with his wife and two-year-old daughter. Brussels denounces the miserable living conditions of thousands of migrants trapped in the Bosnian cul-de-sac on the road to the European Union, demanding that local authorities provide them with decent shelter. But migrants have no desire to stay in the poor Balkan country. They dream of the EU and say their problems would be solved much faster if the door were simply opened to them. In fact, over the years tens of thousands of people have managed to cross illegally. “We want to ask for papers in Croatia” and from there...
    Michael Gargiulo, who was convicted in 2019 of killing two women and seriously injuring another in a series of knife attacks, will still face the death penalty after Los Angeles County Dist. Atty. George Gascón made an exception to his order barring capital punishment, according to court documents filed this week. When he took office last year, Gascón enacted a number of sweeping policy changes, including directives that barred prosecutors from seeking the death penalty or making use of the sentencing enhancements state law allows in certain types of cases that can significantly increase the time someone spends in prison. But in the Gargiulo case, Gascón said he would not order “the trial lawyers to adopt his policy regarding the death penalty and does not order them to ask for dismissal of the death penalty jury verdict,” according to a memo Gascon filed in court this week. In the same...
    DALLAS (CBSDFW.COM) – Halfway through the school year and some 12,000 Dallas ISD students — in all grades — just aren’t coming to class. So, an effort called Operation Comeback looks to get students reengaged. On Saturday that means a door-to-door effort to reach those with the most to lose: Class of 2021 seniors. “Man, y’all have taken senior skip day to the extreme!” said Vince Reyes, Asst. Supt. School Leadership leading the effort. “Come on man, it’s time to come back to school and finish up!” Levity aside, Reyes knows that a socially distanced ceremony is not the worst academic consequence of the ongoing pandemic. Too many Dallas ISD seniors are in danger of not graduating at all. So Operation Comeback is all about providing resources, encouragement and support. “It’s not too late,” said Reyes. “We have programs like our reconnection centers, and our evening academies that these students...
    A court has granted accused Capitol rioter Jenny Cudd permission to travel to Mexico later this month for a preplanned "weekend retreat" with her employees. Cudd was charged with entering a restricted building and disorderly conduct last month after she was allegedly part of a group that broke down House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s door during the Capitol riot on Jan. 6.  A condition of Cudd's release from jail last month was that "travel outside continental U.S. must be approved by the court." ‘STOP THE STEAL’ SPEAKER SEEN ON VIDEO IN CAPITOL RIOTS ARRESTED  On Monday, her lawyers asked the court to allow her to travel to Riviera Maya in Mexico from February 18-21 for a preplanned trip with the employees of a flower shop she owns.  "Prior to the alleged offense at issue, Ms. Cudd planned and prepaid for a weekend retreat with her employees," reads the motion that her lawyers filed. "This...