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    The US Coast Guard is searching for a missing plane off the Florida coast Children among three dead in fire at Syrias Al-Hol camp Best & Worst Refi Mortgage Companies of 2021 Ad Microsoft Price Alert: These SUVs Are Now Only $19,000 (Deal Of The Day) Ad Microsoft 0% APR Until 2022 is 100% Insane Ad Microsoft Full screen 1/31 SLIDES © Shuichi Segawa / EyeEm - Getty Images Whether you need some new ideas for your garden, want to...
    Paterson police scooped up local dealers and out-of-town buyers alike in a quick-strike response to calls from citizens who feared for their safety amid open-air neighborhood drug dealing. Narcotics Division detectives emerged with 11 arrests and nearly 600 bags of heroin and crack Friday after targeting Hamilton Avenue between Summer and Lake streets, Public Safety Director Jerry Speziale said. They also seized $7,133 in drug proceeds, he said. Charged with selling or having drugs for sale, Speziale said, were Erick Speight, 22, and Clarence Cooper, 42, both of Paterson, and Anthony Yildiz, 29, of Dumont. Accused buyers also arrested in the sweep included Orlando Edwards, 34, of Paterson. The rest were out of towners, including Nicholas Patino, 32, of Bergenfield, who Speziale said was found carrying 50 heroin folds and six baggies of crack. Others, all in their 30s, included men from Bogota, Sparta, Avenel, Laurence Harbor and Morristown, as...
    Getty Ezekiel Elliott, Dak Prescott FS1 talking head Jason McIntyre, entitled to his opinion, implored the Dallas Cowboys to send running back Ezekiel Elliott to Seattle as part of a blockbuster trade package for disgruntled Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson. McIntyre made his case on Friday’s episode of Undisputed, opining that Dallas must allow incumbent QB Dak Prescott to walk in free agency as Wilson would represent a tangible upgrade at the sport’s most important position. “Jerry Jones, are you kidding me? This is a division for the taking if Russell Wilson is your quarterback. He instantly makes you the team to beat in the NFC East. I don’t know that there’s any decision at all here,” McIntyre said. “I say, ‘Jerry Jones, pick up the phone.’ I say, ‘Hey, Seattle, you want our number one pick this year? You want our number two? You want our number one...
    Independent Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders blasted the U.S. Senate parliamentarian’s Thursday decision to disallow a minimum wage increase in the latest coronavirus relief bill. After meeting with and hearing arguments from Senate Democrats and Republicans, Senate Parliamentarian Elizabeth MacDonough decided Thursday that a $15 per hour minimum wage hike desired by Democrats couldn’t be included under budget reconciliation to President Joe Biden’s $1.9 trillion American Rescue Plan. “I strongly disagree with tonight’s decision by the Senate Parliamentarian,” Sanders wrote in a Thursday evening tweet that included a statement by the Vermont senator. “But the fight to raise the minimum wage to $15 an hour continues.” I strongly disagree with tonight’s decision by the Senate Parliamentarian. But the fight to raise the minimum wage to $15 an hour continues. pic.twitter.com/pGwrYKjOel — Bernie Sanders (@SenSanders) February 26, 2021 “I’m confident we have a majority in the United States, including the Vice...
    (CBS DETROIT) – Grocery workers are deemed as essential frontline workers but for Michigan they aren’t at the top of the list when it comes to receiving a COVID-19 vaccine. In Detroit they are already eligible to get a vaccine unlike for most of the state. Workers over in Kalamazoo say they feel forgotten about even as they handle hundreds of customers a day. READ MORE: Ex-USA Gymnastics Coach John Geddert Found Dead After Being Charged With Human Trafficking And Sex Crimes, Officials Say Starting March 1, Michigan’s Agricultural and Food processing workers will be eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine. READ MORE: Michigan Reports 1,388 New COVID-19 Cases, 48 Deaths Thursday The state health department has clarified saying this does not include grocery store workers. MORE NEWS: Wayne County 1st Jail System In US To Install Groundbreaking Device That Kills Airborne Viruses/COVID-19 © 2021 CBS Broadcasting Inc. All Rights Reserved....
    Rapper Kanye West spent more than $ 13.2 million on his election campaign for the presidency of the United States, of which almost 12.5 million came out of his own pocket, as reported this Thursday by the magazine People. West, 42, managed to raise another $ 2 million for the race, for which he had a total of $ 14.5 million for the elections on November 3, in which it only got 66,000 votes across the country, according to figures in a report by the Federal Electoral Commission. The artist launched his controversial election campaign on July 4 and named his political party Birthday Party, but only met the requirements necessary for his name to be printed on the ballots in a dozen of the 50 states. West employed over $ 7.5 million in spending to get your name on the ballot, including $ 1.28 million in payments to Atlas...
    President Joe Biden was “disappointed” by Senate parliamentarian Elizabeth MacDonough’s decision not to include the framework to establish a national $15 minimum wage, White House press secretary Jen Psaki said Thursday night. “President Biden is disappointed in this outcome, as he proposed having the $15 minimum wage as part of the American Rescue Plan,” Psaki wrote in a statement. “He respects the parliamentarian’s decision and the Senate’s process. He will work with leaders in Congress to determine the best path forward because no one in this country should work full time and live in poverty.” (RELATED: Minimum Wage Increase Disallowed From Biden Rescue Plan, Senate Rules Official Says) WASHINGTON, DC – FEBRUARY 25: White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki speaks during a news briefing at the James Brady Press Briefing Room of the White House February 25, 2021 in Washington, DC. Psaki held a news briefing to answer questions from...
    New York : Congressional Democrats suffered a critical defeat Thursday in their bid to preserve President Joe Biden’s $ 1.9 trillion financial aid package, after the Senate official said the rule enforcement officer said that the plan to increase the federal minimum wage could not advance as part of it, effectively removing a crucial piece from the plan, backed by progressive lawmakers. Elizabeth MacDonough, The Senate MP told senators and staff assisting them that the provision, which would gradually increase wages to $ 15 an hour by 2025, violated strict budget rules that limit what can be included in the package, two attendees told The New York Times on Thursday. The aides disclosed the ruling on condition of anonymity because they were not authorized to comment on it. The House is expected to vote on Friday on the economic stimulus package for the $ 1.9 trillion coronavirus pandemic, with...
    The Senate parliamentarian ruled Thursday that Democrats can't include the $15 per hour minimum wage hike in the COVID-19 economic relief package, a source familiar told CBS News. It's a major setback for Democrats such as Senator Bernie Sanders, who had argued it could be included even in the reconciliation process. But President Biden told "CBS Evening News" anchor Norah O'Donnell earlier this month that he didn't think the minimum wage hike would ultimately be included. The hike is "not going to occur because of the rules of the United States Senate," Mr. Biden said.  "I put it in, but I don't think it's gonna survive," Mr. Biden added.  Instead, the president said he's prepared to work on a standalone $15 minimum wage proposal.   This is a breaking story. It will be updated. 
    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The Justice Department asked the judge hearing its antitrust fight with Alphabet's Google for a huge list of documents from the search and advertising giant, including some about Facebook and Google's Chrome browser, according to a court filing on Wednesday. Among the documents requested was communications with third parties regarding "any form of cooperation in responding to antitrust investigations or litigation, including communications with Facebook regarding 'Jedi Blue.'" A group of states led by Texas had alleged that Google and Facebook, the two biggest players in online advertising, used a series of deals to consolidate their market power. But the issue was not included in the federal complaint against Google. Google objected to the document demand, and others, as "overly broad" and potentially privileged but said it was willing to discuss the matter. The documents are requested as part of a pre-trial process for a Justice Department...
    A majority of Republican voters supported President Joe Bidens $1.9 trillion COVID-19 relief package, according to a new poll. The Morning Consult poll found 60 percent of Republicans supported the stimulus bill, scheduled to be voted on this week. Of that majority, 34 percent said they strongly supported the measure, and 26 percent said they somewhat supported it. Democrats (89 percent) and independents (71 percent) were bigger supporters of the coronavirus relief package, per Newsweek on Wednesday. Overall, 76 percent of Americans said they supported the package, which included $1,400 direct payments to eligible citizens, extended unemployment benefits, and funded states and local governments. The survey was conducted Feb. 19-22 with 2,013 registered U.S. voters. It reported a plus/minus margin of 2 percent. The Morning Consult poll produced results similar to those from a Quinnipiac University survey earlier this month. Quinnipiac found 64 percent of Republicans supported $1,400 stimulus checks. Bidens proposed stimulus...
    Senate Democrats made their final pitch on Wednesday to the official who will decide whether language to increase the minimum wage can be included in their coronavirus relief bill.  Staffers met with Senate Parliamentarian Elizabeth MacDonough on Wednesday in a culmination of weeks of behind-the-scenes efforts by both parties to sway her as she prepares to make her decision.  "The Senate parliamentarian is hearing arguments today on the $15 minimum wage policy included in the House version of the bill," Senate Majority Leader Charles SchumerChuck SchumerCongress holds candlelight vigil for American lives lost to COVID-19 The Hill's 12:30 Report - Presented by Facebook - Lawmakers investigate Jan. 6 security failures Senate confirms Thomas-Greenfield as UN ambassador MORE (D-N.Y.) said on the floor.   Because Democrats are trying to pass the coronavirus bill through reconciliation — a budget process that allows it to bypass the 60-vote legislative filibuster in the Senate — it has to...
    Demi Lovato is finally showing off her body bling. The “Anyone” singer, 28, posed in a sheer black tank top on Instagram Monday, giving fans a first look at her nipple piercing. “Am I peeping a nipple piercing miss thang?” one person commented, with another writing, “I felt a religious experience when I saw the nip piercing.” It’s unclear how long the star’s been sporting the body jewelry, or whether one or both of her nipples are pierced. Lovato’s outfit also included a plaid Ralph & Russo double-breasted blazer ($1,900) and wide-leg pants ($950) that matched her short pink hair, along with bold Jennifer Fisher hoops  ($950). The pop star’s piercing puts her in good company: Celebrities including Bella Hadid, Kendall Jenner, Rihanna and Christina Aguilera have also been spotted showing off their pierced nipples over the years. The “Confident” hitmaker wore the plaid look during her appearance on “The Ellen DeGeneres Show” Monday, during which she...
    FAMILY Guy has been picked up by Disney+. But not all the episodes will be included on the streaming platform. The best kids shows on Netflix The best series on Disney+ New on Netflix: What to watch this week   2Family Guy has been added to Disney+Credit: Fox Is Family Guy on Disney+? Family Guy has been added to Disney+, with all 18 seasons which ran from 1999 to 2019 being available to watch. Fans will be delighted to hear the cult classic show is now part of the Disney+ offering - almost in full. What Family Guy episodes are included on Disney+? The comedy animation has been added in full, bar one controversial episode. The episode is season eight, episode 21 and is called Partial Terms of Endearment but is also known as The Abortion Episode, which is banned in the US. It sees Lois agree to...
    Sony has announced the FX3. As expected, the camera is essentially an A7S III with features from the company’s Cinema line crammed into a body that looks like the A7C. Its backside-illuminated full-frame sensor has an effective resolution of 10.2-megapixel when shooting video and 15 stops of dynamic range. The FX3 can shoot 4K footage with 10-bit 4:2:2 color sampling internally or output 16-bit RAW video over its full-sized HDMI port. 8K isn’t on the table, but the FX3 can still capture 4K video at 120 frames per second and 1080p video at up to 240 frames per second and you get access to the company’s S-Cinetone color profile. Sony has also included an active cooling system inside the camera that it says enables the FX3 to shot video for up to 13 hours uninterrupted. Sony Other headline features include in-body stabilization you can combine with an Active software...
    OMAHA, Neb. (AP) — A federal judge has ruled that the details of conversations between the nation’s four largest railroads should be included in lawsuits challenging billions of dollars of charges the railroads imposed in the past. The ruling on Friday undercuts one of the defenses Union Pacific, BNSF, CSX and Norfolk Southern had offered in dozens of lawsuits major companies filed last year questioning the way railroads set rates. The lawsuits say the railroads conspired to boost prices starting in 2003 by imposing coordinated fuel surcharges and pocketing billions of dollars in profits. The individual major railroads did not immediately respond to questions about the lawsuits on Monday. The price-fixing allegations have been winding their way through U.S. courts for more than a decade since several companies first filed similar lawsuits in 2007. The cases are moving forward individually after an appellate judge ruled last year that the case...
    OMAHA, Neb. (CBSDFW/AP) — A federal judge has ruled that the nation’s four largest railroads, including Fort Worth-based BNSF can’t exclude details of their conversations from lawsuits challenging billions of dollars of charges the railroads imposed in the past. The ruling on Friday undercuts one of the defenses Union Pacific, BNSF, CSX and Norfolk Southern had offered in dozens of lawsuits major companies filed last year questioning the way railroads set rates. The lawsuits say the railroads conspired to boost prices starting in 2003 by imposing coordinated fuel surcharges and pocketing billions of dollars in profits. In the lawsuits, the railroads have argued their fuel surcharges were legal and were simply designed to recover the skyrocketing cost of fuel at the time.
    By JOSH FUNK, AP Business Writer OMAHA, Neb. (AP) — A federal judge has ruled that the details of conversations between the nation's four largest railroads should be included in lawsuits challenging billions of dollars of charges the railroads imposed in the past. The ruling on Friday undercuts one of the defenses Union Pacific, BNSF, CSX and Norfolk Southern had offered in dozens of lawsuits major companies filed last year questioning the way railroads set rates. The lawsuits say the railroads conspired to boost prices starting in 2003 by imposing coordinated fuel surcharges and pocketing billions of dollars in profits. The individual major railroads did not immediately respond to questions about the lawsuits on Monday. The price-fixing allegations have been winding their way through U.S. courts for more than a decade since several companies first filed similar lawsuits in 2007. The cases are moving forward individually after an appellate judge...
    Well, that’s a relief. HelloFresh has apologized to a customer in the U.K. who alleges to have found a bottle of urine included inside his delivery box — but they claim the culprit doesn’t work at the company. The customer, sports journalist Oliver McManus, first shared news of the pungent package on Sunday morning, after opening up a box containing his HelloFresh meal kit. He later tweeted out a photo of the offending item — a Coca-Cola bottle that appeared to be filled with urine — and asked HelloFreshUK if they knew why he might have "received someone’s bottled up p[---] with my order?" HelloFresh, a meal-kit company based in Germany, has apologized for the "offending item," but claims the package was provided to their delivery partner "fully sealed." He also acknowledged that HelloFresh may not be directly responsible, but rather the delivery driver who dropped off the...
    Savannah Rychcik February 21, 2021 0 Comments Chairwoman of the Congressional Progressive Caucus, Rep. Pramila Jayapal (D-Wash.), is confident an increase to the federal minimum wage will be included in the final COVID-19 relief package. CNN’s Dana Bash noted President Joe Biden has said he does not believe it is going to end up in the bill. “I have been speaking with Sen. Sanders pretty regularly, with Speaker Pelosi, with the White House,” Jayapal said. She continued, “If Republicans could give a $2 trillion tax break to the wealthiest people and stop Arctic drilling, then, or continue drilling in the Arctic, then I think that Democrats can make sure that 30 million Americans get a raise.” Watch her comments below: Democratic Rep. Pramila Jayapal says she believes a $15 minimum wage will be included in the final Covid-19 relief bill. “I think we’re going to have to...
    Banco Santander’s subsidiary in Mexico has been the only entity in that country included in the S&P Global “Sustainability Yearbook” 2021, thanks to the advancement of its practices based on environmental, social and corporate governance (ESG, for its acronym in English). Additionally, it obtained the “Industry Mover” emblem, for exceeding the score obtained last year and presenting the strongest improvement in the financial sector. In this regard, Marcela Espinosa Macías, Executive Director of Public Relations, Internal Communication and Responsible Banking at Santander Mexico, pointed out that “it is a global reality that sustainability criteria are increasingly determining for investments and a requirement of the community. For this reason, at Santander México we have been committed for more than 15 years, that our financing activity, our transparency and corporate governance practices and our impact on society, contribute to the progress of people and companies in balance with our environment, policies...
    Rep. Pramila JayapalPramila JayapalSunday shows preview: CDC school reopening guidance stirs debate; Texas battles winter freeze Health care industry groups back ObamaCare reforms proposed by Democrats Meet President Biden's legislative affairs chief MORE (D-Wash.), chair of the Congressional Progressive Caucus, said Sunday that she believes the Senate parliamentarian will allow a provision that would increase the federal minimum wage to $15 an hour to remain in the upcoming COVID-19 relief package. Jayapal told CNN's Dana BashDana BashPass the rescue bill — with or without Republicans Portman says Republican leadership 'ought to stand up' against Greene's comments Biden aides signal president is open to talks on COVID-19 relief MORE on "State of the Union" that she was in regular conversations with both Speaker Nancy PelosiNancy PelosiThe other scandal of the Capitol riot Pelosi, lawmakers denounce violence against Asian Americans 17 state attorneys general call for canceling K in student loan debt MORE (D-Calif.)...
    Sidney Crosby laced up his skates and took the ice Saturday for his 1,000th NHL game. He joined 25 other active skaters who have hit that mark, but he made history as the first to reach the milestone in a Penguins jersey. He then notched two assists in his team’s 3-2 win over the Islanders, including the primary on Kris Letang’s game-winner.  “Everything from the guys in the ceremony and in the room and on the ice, I was just completely spoiled,” he said postgame. “So it was a pretty awesome experience and a day that I’ll always remember. It’s even sweeter that we were able to win.” His teammates skated out for warmups in his trademark No. 87 jersey and joined in on his on-ice skate-tying superstition. The pregame ceremony included messages from his family, a silver stick, a watch and a mosaic of the superstar featuring a photo from every...
    Lizzo is known for her messages about body positivity. Paul Bruinooge/Getty Images The singer told her followers she loves to start a plant-based day with congee and lentil patties. Her lunch included a big kale salad followed by Korean rice cakes for dinner. Lizzo frequently shares what she eats in a day on TikTok, including recipes like vegan scrambled eggs.  Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Lizzo is one of the most famous vegans on the internet, consistently sharing her home-cooked meals with her TikTok followers.  The singer recently posted one of her "what I eat in a day" videos on TikTok that included vegan chocolate.  @lizzo Rice cake video coming up next hooooozeeee ❤️ ♬ Food - Densky9
    There are some records in college basketball that are prominent and sacred, like Pete Maravich’s 44.2-point career scoring average or UCLA’s 88-game winning streak. There are some that are obscure and repellant, like Oklahoma’s “achievement” of falling farthest in the final NCAA Tournament bracket after initially being included in the selection committee’s official February bracket preview. There have been 64 teams unveiled in the four years that the committee has been unveiling the top four seeds in each region a month in advance of Selection Sunday. Of those, Oklahoma’s drop from a No. 4 seed to a No. 10 in 2018 marks the biggest decline for a team included. MORE: March Madness bracket predictions Missouri (13-6) will be attempting to avoid flirting with that unpleasant distinction when it plays the first of its four remaining scheduled games at South Carolina (5-10) Saturday afternoon. The Tigers then will have bubble contender...
    ORLANDO -- Walt Disney World is gearing up to celebrate five decades of magic 50 years after its opening day on Oct. 1, 1971.The resort will celebrate the anniversary with an 18-month transformation starting on Oct. 1, 2021. It will start with Cinderella Castle in Magic Kingdom, which will be decorated with ornaments and embellishments for the occasion.Disney World will also add some sparkle to Hollywood Studio's Tower of Terror, Animal Kingdom's Tree of Life and Epcot's Spaceship Earth.Mickey and Minnie Mouse also showed off their special 50th-anniversary costumes when the celebration was announced on "Good Morning America" Friday."It's a place and a time to celebrate the small stuff, the big stuff and even the in-between stuff. Because when you celebrate with us, nothing could be more magical," Disney World wrote on its website.When Disney World opened in 1971, the resort included Magic Kingdom Park, Disney's Contemporary Resort, Disney's Polynesian...
    MIAMI (AP) — Bad Bunny topped Univision's “Premio Lo Nuestro” awards with seven wins on a night that included a tribute to late Mexican singer-composer Armando Mazanero and performances by some of the biggest names in Latin music. Among the winners at Thursday's show were pop singer Camilo and the Mexican band Grupo Firme, which took home five awards apiece. Karol G, Romeo Santos and Lenin Ramirez each won three awards. Bad Bunny’s awards included the night’s top honor, artist of the year, as well as album of the year and best urban artist of the year. He did not attend the ceremony. The performance packed show at Miami's American Airlines Arena included performances by Selena Gomez and Luis Fonsi, who debuted his newest song, “Vacio.” The show, in its 33rd year, also included a tribute to salsa legend Johnny Pacheco, who died earlier this week at 85. A total...
    MIAMI (AP) — Bad Bunny topped Univision’s “Premio Lo Nuestro” awards with seven wins on a night that included a tribute to late Mexican singer-composer Armando Mazanero and performances by some of the biggest names in Latin music. Among the winners at Thursday’s show were pop singer Camilo and the Mexican band Grupo Firme, which took home five awards apiece. Karol G, Romeo Santos and Lenin Ramirez each won three awards. Bad Bunny’s awards included the night’s top honor, artist of the year, as well as album of the year and best urban artist of the year. He did not attend the ceremony. The performance packed show at Miami’s American Airlines Arena included performances by Selena Gomez and Luis Fonsi, who debuted his newest song, “Vacio.” The show, in its 33rd year, also included a tribute to salsa legend Johnny Pacheco, who died earlier this week at 85. A...
    A new report released on Thursday found that nearly a quarter of the more than 6,000 posts former President TrumpDonald TrumpFederal prosecutors investigated Proud Boys ties to Roger Stone in 2019 case: CNN Overnight Defense: One-third of service members decline coronavirus vaccine | Biden to take executive action in response to Solar Winds hack | US, Japan reach cost sharing agreement Trump 'won't say yet' if he's running in 2024 MORE made on Facebook in 2020 contained either misinformation, content that needed further explanation or attacks on others. Left-leaning watchdog Media Matters found that between Jan 1, 2020 and Jan 6, 2021 Trump made 1,443 posts that contained misinformation about the coronavirus and the election or featured rhetoric “dehumanizing or otherwise attacking his critics.” These account for nearly 24 percent of the 6,081 posts he made in all and more than a third of the interactions on his posts. More than...
    White House press secretary Jen Psaki is scheduled to deliver her daily briefing at 12:30 PM ET on Thursday. Psaki clarified President Joe Biden and his administration’s approach to re-opening schools following an interview between Savannah Guthrie and Vice President Kamala Harris, during which Harris said teachers should be prioritized regarding vaccination. “Neither the president nor the vice president believe that it is a requirement,” Psaki said. “The CDC guidelines included a range of mitigation steps including vaccinations as recommendations, but the mitigation steps also included steps like social distancing, the need for smaller class sizes, the need for sanitation. So this is one of several steps recommended in the CDC guidelines.” On Wednesday, Psaki also relayed Biden’s condolences following the passing of conservative radio titan Rush Limbaugh.  Watch live above, via the White House. Have a tip we should know? [email protected]
    Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady hit back at his critics who previously said he was done in the NFL and suggested he wouldn’t make it to the playoffs following his 7th Super Bowl win. The 43-year-old Super Bowl-winning QB captioned a clip Wednesday on Instagram that read simply, “I love talk radio… @tb12sports.” It included numerous headlines and comments from sports broadcasters stating that Brady was done in the league. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football) WATCH:   View this post on Instagram   A post shared by Tom Brady (@tombrady) Throughout the video we see articles, NFL players and sports commentators making statements like, “Forget the Super Bowl. Tom Brady might not make the playoffs” and “Tom Brady is just about done. He is going to fall off a cliff.” (RELATED: Tom Brady Says The Buccaneers Have ‘A Lot Of Work To Do’ Before...
    TIME magazine has unveiled its 2021 Next List, celebrating '100 emerging leaders who are shaping the future'.    The publication's editors revealed the full list on Wednesday, with poet Amanda Gorman, TikTok star Charli D'Amelio, and anti-Trump Republicans Ben Sasse and Adam Kinziger all receiving a coveted spot.  CNN's Abby Phillip and MSNBC's Steve Kornacki stars were also honored with a mention, as the magazine's editorial director Dan Mcasai proclaimed: 'Everyone on this list is poised to make history'.  The list consisted of up-and-coming names from a variety of countries and industries, including science, medicine, politics and tech. It was also notable for its racial diversity - with less than 40 white people included.   Gorman, 22, shot to fame after reading her poem 'The Hill We Climb' at President Biden's inauguration last month - an honor which catapulted her onto the list.  Hamitlon creator Lin-Manuel Miranda penned a tribute to...
    Bam Margera is no longer part of the Jackass 4 project because he couldn't abide by conditions set forth by the producers relating to his addiction issues. The star reportedly broke his contract, which included conditions that he needed to follow in order to stay on the project, TMZ reported. Their insider revealed that the conditions included taking his medication, blowing into a breathalyzer, his commitment to staying sober, seeing a psychologist and routine drug tests during the project. The latest: Bam Margera is no longer part of the Jackass 4 project because he couldn't abide by conditions set forth by the producers relating to his addiction issues. The star reportedly broke his contract, which included conditions that he needed to follow in order to stay on the project, TMZ reported.; In 2019 he was detained for trespassing after a bizarre incident in the lobby of a Los Angeles...
    The Biden administration is urging officials to use the word “noncitizen” instead of “alien” as well as other, more inclusive language choices in a new memorandum, The Post has learned, as the White House maintains that President Biden himself “believes in the rights” of illegal immigrants to be in the country. In a missive sent to administration staffers Tuesday, US Citizenship and Immigration Services acting director Tracy Renaud informed her federal government colleagues of the administration’s preferred terminology for key immigration topics. Other terms being replaced include “illegal alien,” which will be replaced with “undocumented noncitizen” or “undocumented individual,” and “assimilation,” which will be replaced with “integration” or “civic integration.” In the memo, first reported by Axios Tuesday, Renaud encouraged “more inclusive language in the agency’s outreach efforts, internal documents and in overall communication with stakeholders, partners and the general public.” She signed the memo on Friday, USCIS told The...
    An initial draft of a statement released Tuesday by former President Donald Trump reportedly took aim at Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell’s physical appearance. A portion that said McConnell “had too many chins” was left out of the toned-down final statement, according to a report from Politico released Tuesday evening. “The Republican Party can never again be respected or strong with political leaders like Senator Mitch McConnell at the helm,” Trump said in the released statement. “His lack of political insight, wisdom, skill, and personality has rapidly driven him from majority leader to minority leader. And it will only get worse.” WASHINGTON, DC – JULY 20: Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) (L) listens to U.S. President Donald Trump talks to reporters while hosting Republican congressional leaders and members of Trump’s cabinet in the Oval Office at the White House July 20, 2020 in Washington, DC. (Photo by Doug Mills-Pool/Getty...
    A severe winter storm that resulted in millions of homes in Texas being without power was an "avoidable tragedy" that could have been avoided if the state had a diverse energy supply, according to former Energy Secretary Dan Brouillette. "In the previous administration under the leadership of President [Donald] Trump, what he directed me to do and what he directed my predecessor to do, Sec. Rick Perry, was to produce all forms of energy here in America," Brouillette told Fox Business "Mornings With Maria" Tuesday. "Its not only that we produced more energy in America, but we also produced different forms of energy that included fossil energy, it included things like natural gas and oil here in America,” he added. The United States is "now the largest producer of those products in the world.” Electric power was out in more than 4 million homes and businesses in Texas Tuesday morning after...
    Sabrina thanked her fans for their support one year after dropping 'Honeymoon Fades.' Sabrina Carpenter took to Instagram on Valentine’s Day to thank her followers for all their love and support one year after she dropped the single “Honeymoon Fades.” Her post included photos of the former Disney starlet rocking a look that was a bit racy while hugging a huge teddy bear. The response to the share made it evident that the honeymoon phase with Sabrina has not ended for her fans. In the pictures, the 21-year-old “Skin” songstress wore two different looks that were both white, which is a color she wears often. The first was a dress with a romantic vibe. It had a strapless bodice with a sweetheart neckline and a gauzy A-line skirt. She wore it while sitting on a small gold-trimmed table with one knee up. She posed inside a room with vintage decor...
    Californians who work in the medical marijuana industry are eligible to get the coronavirus vaccine along with other healthcare workers during the first phase of the state’s vaccine plan, the Los Angeles Times reports. The state has included medical marijuana employees and other workers in the healthcare industry to Phase 1a of the California vaccine plan, though some in the industry were included in Phase 1b along with teachers, food and agriculture workers, and law enforcement. “Cannabis industry employees are included in Phase 1a for medicinal cannabis and Phase 1b Food and Agriculture for growing, production, storage, transport and distribution,” reads part of the state’s coronavirus vaccine allocation guidelines. “Medical cannabis workers should be accommodated as necessary in Phase 1b, Tier 1, by nature of their designations in eligible essential workforce classifications.” The Times notes that this means only people who actually work in-person to sell cannabis in medical dispensaries...
    Lobster is an OMV aimed especially at British citizens living in Spain. He landed in our country a little over two years ago with three voice and data rates, all of them under Movistar coverage and with unlimited calls and messages, both here and in the United Kingdom and in other countries of the European Union. These three rates, called Small, Medium and Large, received a first improvement the following year, when Lobster increased the number of gigs without raising the price. Last summer they received a new boost following the same strategy, a strategy that the OMV repeats now. With unlimited calls and SMS According to Movilonia and we have been able to verify from Xataka Móvil, Lobster has improved its three mobile rates with a considerable increased data bonuses included in them, maintaining prices. In this way, the Lobster catalog is now as follows: Small rate: Lobster’s...
    Anita Herbert stunned in the most recent photo that was featured on her Instagram feed. She shared the photo on Valentine’s Day, opting for an all-black outfit that did her nothing but favors. The post included two new images as part of a promotion. Anita chose an outdoor space as the backdrop for her shoot, posing in front of a Jeep. A few palm trees and a bright blue sky indicated that she was somewhere warm. Anita stood in the center of the frame, bending one arm at the elbow and grabbing a few strands of hair in her hand. She held a blender bottle in the opposite, pressing it near her thigh. Anita showed off her amazing figure in a sexy black set that did her nothing but favors. On her upper half, she wore a bra that stretched tightly over her chest. It featured one shoulder strap, leaving...
    Cases fall, variant cases multiply in US; IRS wont push back tax deadline: Latest COVID-19 updates Nearly 60 percent say Trump should have been convicted in impeachment trial: poll See the wild final lap of the Daytona 500 that included a fiery wreck and a Michael McDowell win You probably wouldn’t have picked Michael McDowell to win the 2021 Daytona 500 after he didn’t claim victory in any of his 357 NASCAR Cup Series starts. © Provided by For The Win But there he was in the pack racing for the checkered flag, near the front, when Brad Keselowski and Joey Logano — teammates with Team Penske — were involved in a wreck that brought out the caution flag, as Keselowski tried to pass him. And it was McDowell who was right there, avoiding the crash and pushing ahead, giving the longtime vet the win. Here are a few...
    Nastia added a pop of pink to her stylish look. Nastia Liukin got all dressed up on Valentine’s Day, but the fashionista revealed that she did not wear her racy ensemble outside of her house. However, her 1 million Instagram followers did get to feast their eyes on her bold designer look. On Sunday, the 31-year-old former competitive gymnast shared two new pics on her IG page. Her geotag indicated that they were taken in her hometown of Dallas, Texas, which has been experiencing cold and snowy weather that’s extreme for the region. According to the Dallas Morning News, the city may soon be hit by one of its “worst winter storms on record.” Because Nastia chose to pose indoors, she didn’t have to get all bundled up. Her outfit included a slinky black bodysuit with a mock neck and high-cut legs that made her lithe limbs look extra long....
    We finally have our first real look at Zack Snyder’s Justice League. HBO Max and WarnerMedia released the Snyder Cut’s first full trailer on Sunday, and it’s full of fighting, somber music, and Darkseid. As expected, the trailer has tons of new footage that wasn’t included in the original cut of Justice League. That means that most of the highlights are of the Justice League heroes taking on Darkseid, the ultimate villain of the movie … who wasn’t actually included in the theatrical release. There’s even a first look at Jared Leto’s Joker in the film, a new inclusion that was teased by Snyder last week. While the trailer does give us lots of quick cuts and fight scenes, it doesn’t reveal much about the plot itself, which isn’t too surprising either. With this cut supposedly being double that of the original, there are sure to be plenty of...
    House aides claim Democrats' impeachment managers accidentally included a fake blue check verification mark on tweets that were presented at the Senate trial, according to a report. The tweets showed comments from Jennifer Lynn Lawrence who was retweeted by former President Trump. The two tweets that were exhibited included blue check marks next to Lawrence's name. Blue checks show the user's identity has been verified and also connotes a certain status. The Washington Examiner, which reported on Friday of Democrats admitting the accident, noted that a senior Democratic aide said: "If anything, it is further evidence of President Trump’s attention to and knowledge of what was being openly planned on January 6 by his followers, even those without Twitter verifications." TRUMP IMPEACHMENT DEFENSE TEAM PUTS DEMOCRATS ON TRIAL FOR PAST RHETORIC: 'STOP THE HYPOCRISY' "I’ve never been verified on Twitter so why did my Tweet used in the fact-free impeachment include a...
    CHINA has sparked a racism storm after using dancers in blackface for a Chinese New Year performance. It is the second time in three years the country's state TV has included the dancers to portray Africans for a holiday gala. 2The African Song and Dance performance on Thursday came at start of the Spring Festival Gala shown on TVCredit: AP:Associated Press The African Song and Dance performance on Thursday came at start of the Spring Festival Gala shown on TV. It included Chinese dancers in African-style costumes and dark face makeup beating drums. The five-hour annual program, which state TV has said in the past is seen by as many as 800 million viewers, also included tributes to nurses, doctors and others who fought the coronavirus pandemic that began in central China last year. China's ruling Communist Party tries to promote an image of unity with African nations as...
    BEIJING — Chinese state TV included dancers in blackface portraying Africans in a holiday gala for the second time in three years, prompting criticism online, as Asia welcomed the Year of the Ox with muted festivities amid travel curbs to contain renewed coronavirus outbreaks. The “African Song and Dance” performance Thursday came at start of the Spring Festival Gala, one of the world’s most-watched TV programs. It included Chinese dancers in African-style costumes and dark face makeup beating drums. The five-hour annual program, which state TV has said in the past is seen by as many as 800 million viewers, also included tributes to nurses, doctors and others who fought the coronavirus pandemic that began in central China in late 2019. Festivities for the holiday, normally East Asia’s busiest tourism season, are muted after China, Vietnam, Taiwan and other governments tightened travel curbs and urged the public to avoid big...
    BEIJING (AP) — Chinese state TV included dancers in blackface depicting Africans during a national broadcast Thursday as Asia welcomed the lunar Year of the Ox with subdued festivities amid travel curbs to contain renewed coronavirus outbreaks. The “African Song and Dance” performance came at start of the Spring Festival Gala, one of the world’s most-watched TV programs. It included dancers in African-style costumes and dark face makeup beating drums. The five-hour annual program, which state TV has said in the past is watched by as many as 800 million people, also included tributes to nurses, doctors and others who fought the coronavirus pandemic that began in central China in late 2019. Festivities for the holiday, normally East Asia’s busiest tourism season, are muted after China, Vietnam, Taiwan and other governments tightened travel curbs and urged the public to avoid big gatherings following renewed virus outbreaks. China’s ruling Communist Party...
    U.S. Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) participates in a news conference on the third day of the Senate impeachment trial of former U.S. President Donald Trump in Washington, February 11, 2021.Erin Scott | Reuters House Speaker Nancy Pelosi on Thursday said that a $15 federal minimum wage will be included in the coronavirus aid package the House is preparing to send to the Senate. "We're very proud of that," she told reporters during a weekly press briefing. "As I've said, 27 million people will get a raise, 70% of them women." Confirmation that the $15 federal minimum wage will be included in the latest version of the $1.9 trillion bill comes just days after the Senate voted on a nonbinding agreement to ban raising the minimum wage during the pandemic. Still, House Democrats have pushed to keep the wage hike in its version of President Joe Biden's American...
    Photo included in a U.S. District Court Criminal Complaint naming William Chrestman who participated in the U.S. Capitol Riot on Jan. 6, 2021.Source: U.S. Department of Justice Federal authorities on Thursday arrested five people on conspiracy charges related to the Jan. 6 Capitol riot, where several of them were seen in the company of members of the extremist right-wing Proud Boys group. The five are accused of acting in concert with each other to prevent law-enforcement officers at the Capitol from controlling the mob of Trump supporters, and of obstructing an official proceeding of Congress that day. One member of that group, William Chrestman, is accused of toting a wooden axe handle or club as he yelled at Capitol Police officers who were attempting to guard the complex, "You shoot and I'll take your f---ing a-- out!" The other people charged in the case are Christopher Kuehne, Louis Enrique Colon,...
    By Rozanna Latiff KUALA LUMPUR (Reuters) - Malaysia will deport 1,200 detained Myanmar nationals after the Myanmar military government, which took over in a Feb. 1 coup, offered to send three navy ships to pick them up, officials from both countries and two sources told Reuters. Myanmar, via its embassy in Kuala Lumpur, made the offer to take back its citizens held in Malaysian immigration detention centres last week, according to two sources familiar with the matter. The detention centres typically hold asylum-seekers and refugees, along with others who are in Malaysia without proper documents. Malaysia does not formally recognise refugees, regarding them as illegal migrants. The officials did not respond to queries as to whether those being repatriated included refugees. Detainees have in the past included members of the Chin, Kachin and the Muslim Rohingya communities fleeing ethnic conflict and persecution by the military in Myanmar. Malaysia is home...
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    Holly Madison gave her fans some Valentine’s Day inspiration this week when she modeled a few racy looks to help her followers find the perfect outfit for the upcoming holiday. The former Girls Next Door star stunned as she let it all hang out in three scanty ensembles. In the first photo, Holly is seen rocking a white ultra-soft crop top that featured a square neckline and exposed her busty chest. The garment boasted short sleeves and a tight fit. She added matching shorts that were pulled high over her flat tummy. The bottoms hugged her hips while showcasing her killer legs. The second shot featured Holly looking pretty in pink as she opted for a satin bubblegum-colored nighty. The outfit included a fringe hemline as it clung to her pert posterior. The final snap was undoubtedly the raciest of the trio. The former Playboy playmate dressed her curvaceous figure...
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    Suspect in custody after shooting at Minnesota health clinic Will holograms be the next innovation in the post-pandemic workplace? Fans are calling for Diane Sawyer to apologize to Britney Spears after a disgusting 2003 interview was included in a new documentary © Provided by INSIDER Britney Spears' fans are upset with Diane Sawyer after watching her 2003 interview with the singer. Isaac Brekken/Getty Images; Ida Mae Astute/Getty Images The New York Times documentary "Framing Britney Spears" premiered on Friday.  The documentary resurfaces Diane Sawyer's 2003 "Primetime Thursday" interview with the pop star.  Fans called the journalist's questions "disgusting" and demanded that she apologize to Spears.  Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Britney Spears' fans are criticizing Diane Sawyer after watching her November 2003 interview with the pop star in "Framing Britney Spears," a documentary The New York Times released on Friday.  The episode, available to watch on...
    Britney Spears' fans are upset with Diane Sawyer after watching her 2003 interview with the singer. Isaac Brekken/Getty Images; Ida Mae Astute/Getty Images The New York Times documentary "Framing Britney Spears" premiered on Friday.  The documentary resurfaces Diane Sawyer's 2003 "Primetime Thursday" interview with the pop star.  Fans called the journalist's questions "disgusting" and demanded that she apologize to Spears.  Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Britney Spears' fans are criticizing Diane Sawyer after watching her November 2003 interview with the pop star in "Framing Britney Spears," a documentary The New York Times released on Friday.  The episode, available to watch on FX and Hulu, demonstrates examples of sexism directed at the singer throughout her life, following Spears from her days on "The Mickey Mouse Club" to her ongoing court-sanctioned conservatorship.  The documentary also included a portion of Spears' interview with Sawyer on ABC's "Primetime Thursday," which stood...
    Police arrested three people and seized illegal weapons during a raid last week on a downtown warehouse stocked with over 660,000 counterfeit items, according to the Los Angeles Police Department. Detectives from a unit that investigates counterfeit operations executed a search warrant Thursday at the warehouse on the 500 block of Towne Avenue, police said. The move came after investigators observed a “manufacturing and distribution operation for counterfeit vape that included several well-known brands,” according to an LAPD news release. Vape devices use battery power to turn liquids infused with nicotine or other substances into aerosols that can be inhaled. During the search, detectives also found three illegal assault weapons, one of which is a “ghost gun,” meaning it lacks an origin and serial numbers, the statement said. An officer for LAPD’s commercial crimes division refused to identify the three people who were taken into custody during...
    AMAD DIALLO could make his Manchester United debut against West Ham in the FA Cup tonight. The 18-year-old starlet was included in Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's match-day squad for the fifth round clash. 3Amad Diallo and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer at the Lowry Hotel on TuesdayCredit: Eamonn and James Clarke The Ivorian wonderkid was pictured this afternoon arriving at the team hotel with Man Utd boss Solskjaer. He has impressed for the U23s since his £37m move from Atalanta last month and is in line for a senior debut. Paul Pogba will miss the tie and faces a few weeks on the sidelines after picking up a muscle injury against Everton. ⚽ Read our Man United live blog for the latest news from Old Trafford Solskjaer also confirmed his side will be without defenders Eric Bailly and Phil Jones as they look to seal a quarter-final berth. Dean Henderson is likely to...
    President Joe Biden spoke with Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday, with the leaders of the world’s two biggest democracies agreeing to strengthen their nations’ partnership at a moment when both countries face strained relations with China. India is in the midst of a 9-monthslong military standoff with China along their disputed border in eastern Ladakh. Tens of thousands of soldiers are facing each other at friction points in the region in sub-zero temperatures. At the same time, Biden is determined to depart from former President Donald Trump’s hot-and-cold relationship with Chinese President Xi Jinping. Trump alternately courted and cajoled Beijing, pressing for a major trade agreement while downplaying China’s efforts to squelch pro-democracy activists in Hong Kong. Trump also initially assured Americans that China had the coronavirus “very well under control” before later blaming the Chinese government — often using xenophobic language — for being responsible for the...
    Cindy Mello gave her 1.2 million Instagram followers something to look at on Monday, February 8, in her most recent update. The Brazilian model took to the popular social media platform to share a smoldering snapshot that saw her lying on the floor while wearing a barely there lingerie set that left little to the imagination. The photo included two images of the same shoot, one above the other. The top picture was a close-up that focused in on Mello’s face. She crossed her arms over her chest while glancing intently into the lens. The bottom shot captured Mello from a distance, including her whole body in the frame. She lay on a white sheet placed on the floor. Mellow was on her side, angling her booty toward the viewer. She bent the top leg and rested her hand on her hip. She twisted her torso to face the camera,...
    President Joe Biden said the proposal to increase the federal minimum wage to $ 15 is unlikely to be included in the next coronavirus aid package, putting one of his campaign promises on hold. Miamimundo / telemundo51 Biden said his administration would push a separate bill to raise the minimum wage, as Democrats in Congress push to pass a $ 1.9 trillion stimulus without Republican support. “I included the proposal, but I don’t think it will survive,” Biden said in an interview with CBS that will be broadcast in its entirety on Sunday. “I guess it won’t be in [el proyecto de ley de estímulo]”. While Biden said the proposed federal minimum wage increase will likely not be included in the economic stimulus package for the COVID-19 pandemic, he vowed to prioritize its passage in a separate bill. “I am prepared as president of the United States to come up...
    THE internet meme of a large naked man sitting on a bed accidentally made its way into FBI documents for a case against a Capitol rioter. The image, which is known online as "wood sitting on a bed," was photoshopped into the background of a picture from the January 6 attack on the Capitol building - and later given to the FBI as evidence. 4The doctored photo made its way into official FBI documentsCredit: Dineen Baker, USADC 4The original photo, clearly, does not feature the 'wood' memeCredit: Twitter The original image includes several rioters, including 'QAnon Shaman' Jacob Chansley and Brian MCCreary, a pizza delivery driver from Massachusetts, standing in the Capitol building in front of a framed photo of late Kentucky Senator Henry Clay. In the doctored image, the photo of Clay is replaced by the "wood" meme. The image was given to the FBI for the case...
    The president of the United States, Joe Biden, opposed that his predecessor, Donald Trump, continue to receive intelligence reports from the Government due to his status as former president. Asked during an interview with CBS if he believed that Trump should continue to receive these reports, Biden replied: “I think not.” “I just think there is no need for him to receive intelligence reports. What does giving him an intelligence report do for him? What impact does he have at all, other than the fact that he could just go off his tongue and say something? ”Biden said. Asked again about his fears that Trump continues to have access to this type of confidential information, the president said: “I prefer not to speculate out loud.” By tradition and as a deference, former presidents have access to intelligence reports once they leave office, but the White House has the final say...
    GREELEY, Colo. (CBS4)– Child care providers in Colorado are just days away from qualifying to receive their COVID-19 vaccinations. On Monday, Feb. 8, qualified childcare providers will be eligible to receive their vaccine. (credit: CBS) However, as with the first phases of the vaccine distribution process, it could take weeks for those able to get their shots. ABC Child Development Centers in Weld County are among the companies that have been waiting for months to get their staff vaccinated. Unlike traditional schools, child care centers have not been afforded the luxury of working remotely. “We haven’t had the ability to go remote with the services that we provide. Child care has to be done in person,” said Scott Bright, owner of the company. “The nature of our business is in person. We have been open every day since the pandemic started.” Bright told CBS4’s Dillon Thomas his...
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    Bebe got glammed up while listening to a Panic! At The Disco song. Bebe Rexha stunned her Instagram followers this week when she got a bit frisky while debuting a bold new look. The 31-year-old “Baby I’m Jealous” singer shared a video that set her fans abuzz. It featured self-shot footage of Bebe getting all glammed up with some help from a team of hair and makeup pros while the Panic! At The Disco song “I Write Sins Not Tragedies” played. Celebrity hairstylist César DeLeön Ramîrez was putting the finishing touches on her over-the-top hairdo. Her blond tresses were styled in gigantic waves. In the front, her hair stood up inches on top of her head before swooping down to form large curls. In her caption, Bebe credited makeup artist Samuel Rauda for her beauty look, which was just as attention-grabbing. She sported a dramatic cat-eye and a generous application...
    Russia model Dasha Mart knows how to make just about any outfit look good. The beauty took to Instagram on Thursday to showcase her incredible figure in a semi-sheer, nude mini dress that showcased her impressive cleavage and long legs. Dasha’s frock was made from a sheer fabric that featured small dots on it. The number was strapless, and it featured a corseted bodice with underwire cups. It had ruched seams down the front with a hemline cut off at the tops of her thighs. The popular influencer accessorized with a pendant necklace and a bangle bracelet, completing her look with a pair of strappy stilettos. According to the geotag, Dasha was in Miami, Florida, when the photos were taken. The update included two pictures that captured her outside on a sidewalk. Large palm trees were situated in the area, and what appeared to be storefronts were off to one...
    Kylie Jenner’s daughter Stormi Webster is one well-heeled kid. The beauty mogul, 23, took to her Instagram Stories Tuesday to show off the massive selection of shoes Stormi received for her 3rd birthday, courtesy of her “Nike and Jordan family.” “My girl is so spoiled,” Jenner captioned a snap of her daughter’s 17 fresh sets of kicks, which included pint-sized Air Jordans, Nike Dunks, several styles from the brand’s Off-White x Rubber Dunk collection and some Stussy x Air Force 1s. The Nike team even included a pair from Stormi’s dad’s collaboration: the sought-after Travis Scott x Jordan 4 “Cactus Jack.” Kylie Jenner’s daughter Stormi Webster received a four-figure Nike shoe collection for her 3rd birthday.Instagram Each pair of Stormi’s new sneakers ranges in price from around $100 to well over $200, even for youth sizes — meaning her whole haul is easily worth four figures. Jenner’s lucky little...
    The state of Oregon will offer coronavirus vaccines to prisoners before senior citizens after a federal judge ruled that inmates should be included in the state's Phase 1A round of vaccinations. A representative from Gov. Kate Brown's office said the administration will not challenge the ruling. OREGON COVID-19 VACCINE COMMITTEE CONSIDERS RACE-BASED RECOMMENDATIONS FOR NEXT ROUND "The court's decision is clear, and the state has decided not to appeal," Charles Boyle, a spokesperson for the governor's office, told The Oregonian in a Wednesday email. The decision came in a lawsuit brought by the Oregon Justice Resource Center on behalf of seven inmates. Court documents said that as of Feb. 1, 3,392 adults in custody (AICs) had tested positive across 14 of the Oregon Department of Corrections' 15 facilities – 27% of all inmates, according to The Oregonian – with 42 deaths. U.S. Magistrate Judge Stacie Beckerman ruled that delaying their vaccinations violated the Eighth Amendment's prohibition of cruel and unusual...
    A prestigious poetry magazine has come under fire after it published a piece by a convicted sex offender.   Poetry, a publication by the Chicago-based Poetry Foundation, dedicated the February edition of the magazine to work by current and former prisoners.  It included the poem 'One Place Is as Good as the Next' by Kirk Nesset, a former Pennsylvania literature professor who was jailed in 2016 for possessing, receiving, and distributing child pornography. His collection included more than 500,000 images and videos of child abuse that were stored on his computer hard drive and organized into folders based on type, the court heard at the time. Nesset was released from prison last year.  Poetry magazine published a poem by former English professor Kirk Nesset, pictured, who was jailed in 2016 for possessing, receiving, and distributing child pornography Social media users have criticized the decision to include Nesset's work and more than...
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    LAFAYETTE — The city has approved a housing development that will include 128 condominiums, plus 38 affordable-rent apartments for people with developmental disabilities. As part of the developer’s deal with the city, $2 million will be donated toward revitalizing Lafayette’s landmark Park Theater, closed since 2005. The ambitious Mount Diablo Terrace project also calls for a 29,200-square-foot, three-story office building at the approximately four-acre site at 3470 and 3462 Mt. Diablo Blvd. The project will consist of five residential buildings, some of which will be modified for people with disabilities. “I appreciate a project coming to us like this, very much,” Mayor Susan Candell said Jan. 25, when the City Council unanimously backed the plan. Councilwoman Teresa Gerringer, who made the motion to approve the project, said she was “very excited” about it going forward. A game room for future residents is included in the design, city contract planner Jean...
    SUN PRAIRIE, Wis. (AP) — Administrators at a Wisconsin middle school said Monday they have suspended teachers who were involved in an activity for sixth graders that included a question about how the students would punish slaves. An email to parents at Patrick Marsh Middle School in Sun Prairie, about 15 miles (24.14 kilometers) from Madison, apologized for a “grave error in judgment” during the social studies class and said an unnamed number of teachers have been placed on administrative leave. The lesson was meant to show the politics of ancient Mesopotamia and included one scenario that stated, ”A slave stands before you. This slave has disrespected his master by telling him ‘You are not my master’ How will you punish this slave?” It further explained that under Hammurabi’s Code the slave would be put to death. Principal Rebecca Zahn and Associate Principal Amy Schernecker said the assignment was...
    Dustin Diamond, best known for playing Screech on the '90s sitcom "Saved by the Bell," died Monday of cancer.He was 44.His representative confirmed the news in a statement, saying that Diamond passed away due to carcinoma."We are saddened to confirm of Dustin Diamond's passing on Monday, February 1st, 2021 due to carcinoma. He was diagnosed with this brutal, relentless form of malignant cancer only three weeks ago. In that time, it managed to spread rapidly throughout his system; the only mercy it exhibited was its sharp and swift execution. Dustin did not suffer. He did not have to lie submerged in pain. For that, we are grateful."Less than two weeks ago, Diamond's representative said that he had begun undergoing chemotherapy treatments.He was hospitalized in Florida earlier in January."Dustin has completed his first round of chemo and his next round is being scheduled. He will also begin his physical therapy soon,"...
    LOS ANGELES (CBSLA/AP) – Actor Dustin Diamond, best known for his role as lovable geek “Screech” on TV’s “Saved By The Bell”, has died, according to reports. Diamond, 44, begun undergoing chemotherapy treatments last month after being diagnosed with cancer, a representative told the Associated Press. His death was reported by Variety and other outlets. No further details were released. Dustin Diamond as Screech Powers (Photo by Paul Drinkwater/NBCU Photo Bank/NBCUniversal via Getty Images via Getty Images) “Saved by the Bell” aired from 1989 to 1993, and its spinoffs included “Saved by the Bell: The College Years” and “Saved by the Bell: The New Class,” both of which Diamond starred in. A sequel was launched on Peacock this fall featuring many from the original cast, including Elizabeth Berkley, Mario Lopez, Tiffani Thiessen and Mark-Paul Gosselaar. Diamond was not included. Diamond has been sued several times for delinquent taxes and in...
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    Niece Waidhofer went into full bombshell mode as she rocked an attention grabbing outfit for her latest Instagram post. The sexy model served up a steamy look for the camera while flashing plenty of skin. In the sultry snap, Niece looked like a million bucks as she opted for a cupped glitter bikini. The silver top included a deep neckline that exposed her massive cleavage. It also included chain straps that fit over her busty chest. Her toned arms were also on full display. The matching panties were pulled up high over her voluptuous hips and fit tightly around her slim midsection. It also included metal chains while accentuating her muscular thighs. Her flat tummy and toned abs were also spotlighted in the pic. Niece stood in front of a mirror with her back arched. Her legs were slightly parted and her shoulders were pulled back. She pushed her chest...
    Democrats in Washington, D.C. are ramping up their push to fulfill President Biden’s campaign promise of implementing a $15 federal minimum wage. Biden has attached the minimum raise wage to the $1.9 trillion coronavirus relief package, and several prominent Democrats have openly expressed their support for the move — which they hope will pass through the Senate, where they have a 51-vote majority. “With the economic divide, I mean, I want to see a $15 minimum wage. It should actually be $20," Democratic Rep. Rashida Tlaib said this week. Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders agreed with Tlaib, asking Democrats to use the Senate reconciliation process to accomplish the goal of a higher minimum wage. “As you will recall, my Republican colleagues used reconciliation to give almost $2 trillion in tax breaks to the rich and large corporations in the midst of massive income inequality,” Sanders said. “They used reconciliation to...
    Model Kelsie Jean Smeby has an incredible figure and she seems to enjoy putting it on display is revealing outfits. In her latest Instagram share, she flashed plenty of skin when she went going braless under a jacket while sporting a pair of string bikini bottoms and a cowboy hat. The picture was presented in monochrome format, so it was impossible to know what the color her attire was, but that did not make the image any less titillating. Kelsie’s jacket was dark, and it appeared to be leather. The number was cropped at her was it, and featured a belt. She wore it open, exposing her bare, voluptuous cleavage. All that could be seen of her panties were the thin straps that were pulled high on her waist. The model added a western flair to the outfit with a pair of thigh-high boots that had metal tips on the...
    Deborah Tramitz is slaying Instagram yet again. The German model took to her account on Thursday, January 28 to stun her 1 million-plus followers with another eye-popping look at her phenomenal physique that brought some serious heat to her page. The photoshoot appeared to have been staged at Deborah’s house, where she posed in her large living room that was furnished with a plush couch and two statement chairs. She stood directly in front of the camera, taking up the middle of the frame as she placed one hand on her hips while spreading her plump lips into a huge smile. The 27-year-old went full smokeshow as she flaunted her sculpted figure in a set of scanty “beautiful underwear” from Bum Bum that did nothing but favors for her killer curves. The coordinated pink-and-white set included a sexy bralette with extra thin spaghetti straps and a plunging v-neckline that showed...
    Dozens of House lawmakers, led by Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-MN), are calling for future coronavirus relief measures to include recurring stimulus payments that extend to those who have Individual Taxpayer Identification Numbers (ITIN), which includes illegal immigrants. In a Thursday letter to President Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris, the lawmakers said they are “appreciative” of the administration’s work to ensure that Americans receive another “survival” check as soon as possible. However, they believe that officials must take “additional unprecedented action” in the form of recurring cash payments in future economic relief plans. Such would “provide a longterm lifeline to struggling Americans for the duration of this deadly pandemic,” they wrote, citing “worsening systemic inequities.” They wrote: Both the CARES Act and the recently enacted relief package included a round of direct cash payments which provided critical relief to those who needed it most. Data show the CARES Act payments...
    More On: peta Target pulling products allegedly made with forced monkey labor Amazon cancels ‘The Pack’ after PETA condemns treatment of dogs Billie Eilish’s mom wins PETA award for her vegan-inspired nonprofit Ann Taylor to ditch alpaca wool after PETA probe This is animal advocate abuse. PETA has been ridiculed mercilessly online after posting a Twitter PSA discouraging the use of “speciesist” terms such as “chicken” or “pig” which are often used to insult humans. The tweet boasted a ratio of almost 11,000 comments to just over 3,000 likes as of Thursday morning. “Calling someone an animal as an insult reinforces the myth that humans are superior to other animals & justified in violating them,” the animal rights advocacy group said in its earnest call to action. “Stand up for justice by rejecting supremacist language.” PETA social media reps also included a chart detailing the human “supremacist” terminology,...
    Demi's top featured a revealing cutout. Demi Rose rocked a provocative pink outfit to pay tribute to the movie Mean Girls. The model’s latest Instagram share included a quote from the beloved 2004 comedy starring Lindsay Lohan as a teen girl trying to fit in with The Plastics, the most popular clique in her new school. Demi’s caption referenced a line delivered by Amanda Seyfried’s character Karen, who was explaining that the group always wears Barbie’s favorite color on Wednesdays. Demi took part in the tradition by going scantily-clad in a candy-colored ensemble that included a tie-die crop top crafted out of gauzy mesh fabric. The piece had long sleeves and a high boat neck, but a huge cutout on the front left little of her copious cleavage to the imagination. The opening had unfinished edges and a V-shaped dip that displayed her porcelain décolletage. Long ties on the front...
    Chamath PalihapitiyaCameron Costa | CNBC Tech investor Chamath Palihapitiya continued to stoke speculation about whether he would run for California governor in an interview Wednesday with CNBC's Scott Wapner on "Halftime Report." Palihapitiya declined to give a yes or no answer on whether he really intended to run for the top post in the state, but said Gavin Newsom, a Democrat, "has done a terrible job," citing high crime rates, high taxes, poor air quality and residents leaving the state. "First step is we need to recall Gavin Newsom," Palihapitiya said. On Monday, the Social Capital CEO and former Facebook executive tweeted his support to recall current California Governor Gavin Newsom and included a link to a a website seeming to promote his own candidacy for the office. But it was unclear how serious his political ambitions really are. A Recode reporter wrote on Twitter later on Tuesday that the...
    Your browser does not support the video element. Golda Rosheuvel said the "Bridgerton" cast didn't know who Lady Whistledown was during filming.  The actress, who plays Queen Charlotte, said they were given scripts with the wrong endings. Warning: Major spoilers for season one of "Bridgerton" ahead.  Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Golda Rosheuvel, who plays Queen Charlotte on Netflix's drama "Bridgerton," said the cast was just as surprised as viewers to learn the true identity of the mysterious gossip columnist Lady Whistledown. During a recent episode of "The Netflix Afterparty" with David Spade, London Hughes, and Fortune Feimster, the actress revealed that the cast members were given scripts with incorrect endings in an attempt to conceal the character behind Whistledown.  "We never got the right endings in the scripts, so none of the cast really knew," she explained.  "Bridgerton" is an adaptation of Julia Quinn's bestselling book...
    Popular social media influencer Holly Sonders sent temperatures soaring with her latest Instagram update. On Wednesday, she shared a snap that featured her sucking on a lollipop while flaunting her killer figure in a racy pink teddy. Holly’s lingerie featured a plunging neckline that went to her belly button. The opening was wide, barely covering her nipples, and it included several thin straps that stretched across her cleavage. The number had a halter-style strap that wrapped around her neck and a belt that cinched around her waist. The garment also included garter belts and high-cut legs that made her legs appear even longer than than they were. The model completed her look with a pair of clear platform stilettos. Holly piled her heir into a messy bun on the top of her head with a few long pieces of her bangs framing her face. For accessories, she sported a pair...
    BRITS trying to go abroad must now have a travel declaration to be allowed to leave the country - and this doesn't include holidays. Priti Patel announced the new changes along with the new hotel quarantine restrictions. 2All travellers leaving the country will have to have a travel declaration formCredit: Reuters The travel declaration is likely to include for work, education or health reasons although is yet to be confirmed, with carriers checking these documents when boarding. It also isn't clear when these will be enforced, with a date still to be announced. Ms Patel said that anybody without a valid reason "will be directed to return home or face a fine". She added: "Going on holiday is not a valid reason to travel." She gave examples of "people turning up with skis" and also influencers "showing off" about their trips abroad, especially in Dubai, both of which will not...