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    Ted Cruz contradicted Sean Hannity on Thursday night by admitting he planned to stay in Cancun ‘through the weekend’ even as the Fox News host tried to claim the Texas senator flew for a ‘round-trip quick drop-off home.’ Cruz appeared on Hannity’s nightly primetime Fox News show in an attempt to defuse the firestorm of criticism being aimed at the Republican senator after he was photographed taking a flight for a weekend vacation to Mexico on Wednesday. He landed back in Houston on Thursday afternoon and said he 'regrets' flying to Cancun in the middle of the state's energy crisis for a vacation - but insisted he was 'just trying to be a dad'. Cruz was initially due to return to Texas on Saturday. 'It was obviously a mistake and in hindsight I wouldn't have done it,' he said, speaking on arrival at home in Houston. Ted Cruz contradicted...
    Tesla is poised to become a powerhouse in the automobile industry as the world is ditching gas-powered vehicles for electric, but a new technology could overthrow the Elon Musk-owned company. Called Blue gas, it is a liquid hydrocarbon fuel consisting of carbon monoxide and oxygen that can be used in vehicles built from 2002 – and it is 100 percent emissions free. It also propels vehicles 300 miles on a full tank, while Tesla’s power system provides up to 250 miles on a full battery, on average. Blue gas does not involve lithium, or batteries or rare earths, takes a shorter time to fuel up and lasts longer than electric vehicles – making it a potential ‘Tesla killer.’ Scroll down for video  Blue gas is a liquid hydrocarbon fuel consisting of carbon monoxide and oxygen that can be used in vehicles built from 2002 – and it is 100...
    New York Times bosses have vowed to 'improve our workplace culture' after more than 150 staffers wrote a letter saying they were 'outraged' that prominent reporter Donald McNeil Jr. (above) who allegedly used the N-word has not been fired  New York Times bosses have vowed to 'improve our workplace culture' after more than 150 staffers wrote a letter saying they were 'outraged' that a prominent reporter who allegedly used the N-word has not been fired. Three top bosses - Executive Editor Dean Baquet, Publisher A.G. Sulzberger and CEO Meredith Kopit Levien - were on Wednesday forced to defend the paper's handling of complaints made against star COVID-19 journalist Donald McNeil Jr.  The execs assured rattled staff they 'largely agree' with their concerns and promised they will see 'results' over how the company handles issues.   This came after a group of employees signed a letter to the executive leadership Wednesday...
    Ian MacNicol/Getty President Donald Trump’s rumored Inauguration Day trip to Scotland was rejected by the country’s first minister, Nicola Sturgeon, who noted it goes against Covid-19 safety measures. While the White House already refused to deny a report that Trump was planning to leave the United States before President-elect Joe Biden’s inauguration, Sturgeon reminded them that either way, Scotland is not an option. This weekend, the Sunday Post reported that Glasgow’s Prestwick Airport was told to expect a Boeing 757 aircraft from the U.S. military on Jan. 19, sparking rumors that the president was planning a trip to Scotland. Trump also owns the nearby Turnberry resort, home to one of his Scottish golf courses. According to a report by The New York Times, Sturgeon confirmed because of restrictions imposed amid the pandemic, all non-essential travel to Scotland would be prohibited. “We are not allowing people to come into Scotland,” Sturgeon told reporters in Edinburgh....
    Pub quiz experts have revealed the top ten trickiest questions that routinely catch out even the most experienced of quizzers.   SpeedQuizzing, who prior to the pandemic hosted 1,500 events taking place in venues across the UK every week using smartphones and tablets, have compiled a list of the most difficult questions which frequently trip players up.   They have been chosen across a range of subject areas, from maths and science through to geography, politics, and sport. So, if you think you've got what it takes then scroll down to take the test. The answers are at the bottom - no cheating!   Pub quiz experts have revealed the top ten trickiest questions that routinely catch out even seasoned quizzers. Stock image Put yourself to the test: 10 'trickiest' pub quiz questions  1. You buy a bat and a ball for £1.10. The bat costs exactly one pound more than the ball. How much...
    Traders work on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange.NYSE The case for stocks to carry higher through the end of the year is uncomplicated: It's a bull market, most years finish strong, Covid vaccines are coming, the recent run-up has been broad and well-led by riskier stocks, profit expectations have turned up and the credit markets are in a giving mood. The obvious thing working against this upbeat set-up are the burden of record Covid-case growth and the economic drag of health-related suppression measures. These offsetting forces have held the S&P 500 in a narrow and tightly coiling range in the past two weeks, unable to use good vaccine news to push to new records but so far without much net damage done to the broader up trend. Yet there are less-apparent hurdles the bulls will have to clear over the next several weeks related to the broader...
    This compact Class C RV is one of the smallest ones you can rent at 20-feet long and 12-feet high. Sophie-Claire Hoeller/Insider Knowing the height of your RV is critical, which is something that I learned the hard way recently. Not every road is RV-friendly: Low bridges and overpasses can determine what routes you can and cannot take. Google Maps and Waze don't allow you to filter routes by vehicle height or weight, though special RV apps do. Planning the route turned out to be the biggest stressor during a recent road trip to Acadia National Park, Maine, and the RV's height was mostly to blame. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Know. Your. Height. I cannot stress the importance of this enough. Ahead of my recent RV rental — the first time I had ever as much as set foot in a recreational vehicle — I...
    In the final part of our serialisation of his sensational new book, distinguished royal historian Robert Lacey charts the eventful courtship of William and Kate, from their happy university days to their traumatic break-up while she was working for Jigsaw — and how William finally decided he needed Kate, and her family, permanently in his life. Just how accidental was it that Catherine 'Kate' Middleton ended up at the University of St Andrews in the autumn of 2001 — at precisely the same time as Prince William?  In August 2000, Kate's A-level results arrived in the post — two As and a B — exactly the grades she needed to secure her place at her first-choice university, Edinburgh. This was where she and two of her best friends from Marlborough College, Alice and Emilia, had long planned to study, and the three girls had already travelled up to Edinburgh together...
    Fact check: 2016 photo of Smokies firefighters miscaptioned to claim connection to 2020 wildfires Jon Gruden: Henry Ruggs played through pain, like the great ones do Savvy Americans do this to earn an extra $1,394 per month in retirement Ad Microsoft Wearing This 30 Mins/Day Reverses Years Of Bad Posture & Back Pain Ad Microsoft Full screen 1/11 SLIDES © Justin Lane/EPA/Shutterstock Happy Birthday, Prince Harry! In honor of the royal’s 36th birthday, we’re taking a look back at some of his best looks of all time. From casual baseball hats and jeans to sharp suits, we can’t help but admire the Duke of Sussex in all his ginger glory! See How Prince Harry’s Style Has Changed Since Meeting Meghan Markle Read...
    Former national security adviser John Bolton has added his voice to those denying claims that President Trump disparaged fallen American soldiers in France and said the trip was instead cancelled due to 'bad weather'.  It comes following a report in The Atlantic last week that accused Trump of describing the Aisne-Marne American World War I cemetery in France as being 'filled with losers' after he cancelled a 2018 planned trip.  Bolton dismissed the claims as 'simply false' during an appearance on Fox News' The Story on Monday.  Former national security adviser John Bolton (pictured) has added his voice to those denying claims that President Trump disparaged fallen American soldiers in France Bolton dismissed the claims as 'simply false' during an appearance on Fox News' The Story on Monday Fox News Privacy Policy 'According to what that article said, the president made disparaging remarks about soldiers and people buried in...
    “A debacle.” This is how some of the almost 200 passengers on a flight of the Anglo-German airline Tui that made the journey from the Greek island Zante to the Welsh capital, Cardiff, what happened on August 25, when, after landing, they had to enter quarantine due to the possibility of having been infected with coronavirus. The airline said safety was one of its priorities. “Our crew is trained to the highest standards,” he said. “A full investigation (of what happened) is underway, as these claims were not made during the flight” or in the days immediately after, he added. Giri Shankar, from the Wales Department of Public Health, told the BBC that people returning from Zante in particular are “contracting the infection.” Greece and its islands are exempt from the mandatory quarantine imposed by the London government for travelers from other destinations arriving in the...
    Alex Trebek’s wife Jean Trebek opened up about the one symptom she noticed that lead to her husbands pancreatic cancer diagnosis. It all started while the 80-year-old host and his wife were on a trip to Israel in December 2018 and she said she noticed her husband’s complexion didn’t look right, per Jean’s recent essay for “Guideposts.” The comments were noted by the “Today” show in a piece published Thursday. (RELATED: Alex Trebek Announces He Was Diagnosed With Stage 4 Pancreatic Cancer) When she asked the host of “Jeopardy!” how he was feeling she said he admitted he had some stomach pains and she decided it must’ve been from eating different foods while out of the country. (RELATED: Alex Trebek Begins New Season Of ‘Jeopardy!’ After Completing Cancer Treatment)   View this post on Instagram   A post shared by TODAY (@todayshow) on Aug 20, 2020 at 7:45am PDT ...
    The hour-long class involved guided rigorous breathing exercises I was instructed to do while my eyes were closed. Julia Naftulin/Insider I did an hour-long psychedelic breathwork course that left me crying, tingly, and sweaty. Psychedelic breathwork involves breathing quickly in and out of your mouth. The increased oxygen flow can heighten the senses and create a psychedelic trip-like experience for a shorter duration. Afterwards, I felt more in touch with my mental and emotional needs. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. I'd laid on the floor of my bedroom many times before for yoga, but this was different. My fingers and toes had pins and needles, I couldn't stop crying, and my body felt like it was on fire. Life is so fragile, but I don't want to die, I thought, my eyes closed underneath an eye mask I'd put on 30 minutes earlier. I was in...
    According to the press, the Argentine is ready to leave Barça and sign with another historic It seemed impossible for Messi to leave Barcelona, ​​but … Photo: Lavandeira Jr / EFE The future of the best player in the world is still news in the media from all corners of the world. Since Cadena Ser reported that Messi paused his contract renewal negotiations, speculation has continued and now, a new bomb fell. The only viable place for Messi in case of leaving Barcelona, until now, it looked like Pep Guardiola’s Manchester City, but now, Inter Milan seems to be the number one option. The only news will be that there is a nell’articolo. The father of Messi has imprisoned Milano’s home and has been in Italy attività di business legate a quelle del figlio. Che does not mean altro. https://t.co/o6Dxz3wcri – Giusva Pulejo (@GiusvaPulejo) July 23,...
    Huelva, Jul 18 (EFE) .- The ship · Med Star · has left after 22.00 hours on the South Dock of Huelva with 1,200 Moroccan temps on board, the first of the group of 7,100 trapped in the province of Huelva by the coronavirus crisis after work in the strawberry campaign. With the start of the trip, which will last seven hours, the staggered return of this group of women begins, who, except for delays, will arrive at around 5:00 next morning at the Moroccan port of Tangier Med. A return trip that began early in the morning today, with the arrival of the seasonal workers in buses to the Huelva port, where after 12:30 pm the ferry from the Moroccan shipping company Inter Shipping arrived, which usually makes the route between Algeciras and Tangier Med, and that, once all the paperwork was saved, he was able to set sail...
    Travel influencer Shakeemah Smith recently returned from Antigua. @anniemcfierce Travel influencer Shakeemah Smith, who says she has been to 51 countries solo, recently returned from a week in Antigua. She said she researched destinations that had low infection rates, required visitors to present a negative COVID-19 test upon arrival, and didn't require a mandatory 14-day quarantine for all travelers.   Smith told Insider she loved her time on the Caribbean island and was impressed with its health and safety measures, including mobile sinks at a supermarket and hand sanitizer outside her Airbnb. Currently, nonessential travel is not recommended in many places, including the US, where the Centers for Disease Control warns against it.  Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Travel influencer Shakeemah Smith recently returned from Antigua, one of the two main islands that make up the Caribbean nation of Antigua and Barbuda, which reopened to tourists in...
    Breaking News — Bogotá, Jun 30 . .- The Colombian attorney general, Francisco Barbosa, and the comptroller, Felipe Córdoba, apparently used an official trip to cross the festive bridge on the Caribbean island of San Andrés despite the tourist restrictions in force by the pandemic, according to a complaint published Tuesday by Noticias Uno. Regarding the journalistic report, the entities explained that it was an institutional trip for the officials, who are developing an anti-corruption agenda in the country to follow up on irregularities in public procurement during the health emergency. According to the newscast’s publication, Barbosa and Córdoba traveled to the island on Friday with some officials and family members and stayed at a luxurious hotel owned by a businessman close to the government and known in the country for financing political campaigns. “Although according to versions of people close to the two entities, the press conference with...
    A group of ligers — half lions and half tigers — rest inside an enclosure at the Greater Wynnewood Exotic Animal Park. Will Mayo On a recent road trip to Denver, Colorado, Will Mayo made a stop at the Greater Wynnewood Exotic Animal Park in Oklahoma, made famous by Netflix's docuseries "Tiger King." Though Mayo does not consider himself a professional photographer or animal activist, he documented his experience to show a new perspective of the park and capture "a moment in time." Mayo told Insider that during his visit, he thought the park had "derelict"-looking enclosures, a dried-up pond, and animals that appeared to be sad and tired-looking. Mayo says zookeepers on the property seemed to genuinely care about their animals, and are simply "doing the best that they can with what they're equipped with." Lauren Lowe, who is married to the park's current owner Jeff Lowe,...
    Presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Joe BidenJoe BidenBiden slams Trump for not sanctioning Russia over Afghan militant 'bounties' intelligence Why Biden's big lead should worry Democrats White House goes through dizzying change in staff MORE's campaign on Sunday denounced Vice President Pence for his scheduled trip to Dallas, saying it "epitomizes the dismissive attitude" the Trump administration has taken toward addressing the coronavirus outbreak.  Pence, the head of the White House coronavirus task force, is set to visit Texas Sunday to receive an on-the-ground report from officials about the surge in coronavirus cases throughout the state. He is also scheduled to speak at an event at the First Baptist Dallas, a church led by Pastor Robert Jeffries, during the visit. "Our leaders should be tackling this pandemic head on and laying out concrete recovery plans for the American people -- not jet setting across the country to hold events that go against basic public...
    The White House announced a last-minute change to President Trump's travel plans, canceling his weekend trip to his golf club in Bedminster, New Jersey. In a statement early Friday afternoon, the White House issued a one-line statement: "UPDATE: The President will no longer be traveling to Bedminster, NJ." Asked by a pool reporter whether the cancellation was related to New Jersey's COVID-related travel restrictions for those who have been in hotspots recently, White House spokesman Judd Deere said, "It had nothing to do with that." On Wednesday the White House said that the president would not follow New Jersey's quarantine policy during his trip because he is "not a civilian" and those who come near him are tested to make sure they don't have COVID-19. Travelers to New Jersey, New York and Connecticut from COVID hot spots are being instructed to self-quarantine for 14 days. For now, those states are Alabama,...
    The White House announced Friday that President Trump had cancelled a planned weekend trip to his golf club in New Jersey. “UPDATE: The President will no longer be traveling to Bedminster, NJ,” the White House said in a statement, without elaboration. The president had planned the weekend getaway for himself and first lady Melania Trump, who last visited the club for a fundraiser earlier this month. The administration said earlier this week that Trump still planned to make the trip despite a new order by Gov. Phil Murphy mandating that visitors who have been in states with high numbers of coronavirus cases quarantine for 14 days. Trump spokesman Judd Deere said the president was exempt from the rule because he was “not a civilian.” Murphy also said the rule would not apply to the president because it exempts essential workers. And Deere said the trip’s cancellation “had nothing to...
    NASA plans to allow tourists to visit the International Space Station from 2020 – at an estimated cost of more than $50million (£39million) per trip. Until now, the floating space lab has only been accessible to astronauts representing state-level space agencies. 7 Astronauts have been living on the ISS since 2000 – but it'll soon accept private tourists tooCredit: Mediadrumimages/GiuseppeDeChiara/MichaelGorn/NASA In a surprise announcement today, Nasa confirmed that it would be "opening the International Space Station for commercial business". It means that private companies will be able to take "private astronauts" to the ISS for up to 30 days. "The agency can accommodate up to two short-duration private astronaut missions per year to the International Space Station," Nasa explained. "These missions will be privately funded, dedicated commercial spaceflights." Private visitors were banned from the space station - which has cost US taxpayers £785million since it was launched in the 1990s...
    By STEPHEN GROVES SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (AP) — President Donald Trump’s plans to kick off Independence Day with a showy display at Mount Rushmore have angered Native Americans, who view the monument as a desecration of land violently stolen from them and used to pay homage to leaders hostile to Indigenous people. Several groups led by Native American activists are planning protests for Trump’s July 3 visit, part of Trump’s “comeback” campaign for a nation reeling from sickness, unemployment and, recently, social unrest. The event is slated to include fighter jets thundering over the 79-year-old stone monument in South Dakota’s Black Hills and the first fireworks display at the site since 2009. But it comes amid a national reckoning over racism and a reconsideration of the symbolism of monuments around the globe. Many Native American activists say the Rushmore memorial is as reprehensible as the many Confederate monuments being toppled...
    President Donald Trump will disregard a quarantine order when he is expected to visit his New Jersey golf club this weekend, the White House said.  The order, made in conjunction with New York and Connecticut, comes as the states have managed to control their coronavirus cases – even as other states see a spike.  But Trump will not honor a requirement that visitors coming from states with high infection rates quarantine themselves for 14 days. 'The president of the United States is not a civilian,' said White House spokesman Judd Deere. President Donald Trump will not quarantine on an expected trip to New Jersey, despite an order that applies to visitors to states like Arizona with high infection rates. Trump visited Phoenix on Tuesday Trump visited Arizona on Tuesday. The state is experiencing a concerning coronavirus spike, with nearly 60,000 cases and approaching 1,500 deaths.  While there, Trump toured...
    By STEPHEN GROVES SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (AP) — President Donald Trump’s plans to kick off Independence Day with a showy display at Mount Rushmore are drawing sharp criticism from Native Americans who view the monument as a desecration of land violently stolen from them and used to pay homage to leaders hostile to native people. Several groups led by Native American activists are planning protests for Trump’s July 3 visit, part of Trump’s “comeback” campaign for a nation reeling from sickness, unemployment and, recently, social unrest. The event is slated to include fighter jets thundering over the 79-year-old stone monument in South Dakota’s Black Hills and the first fireworks display at the site since 2009. But it comes amid a national reckoning over racism and a reconsideration of the symbolism of monuments around the globe. Many Native American activists say the Rushmore memorial is as reprehensible as the many Confederate...
    By STEPHEN GROVES | The Associated Press SIOUX FALLS, S.D.  — President Donald Trump’s plans to kick off Independence Day with a showy display at Mount Rushmore are drawing sharp criticism from Native Americans who view the monument as a desecration of land violently stolen from them and used to pay homage to leaders hostile to native people. Several groups led by Native American activists are planning protests for Trump’s July 3 visit, part of Trump’s “comeback” campaign for a nation reeling from sickness, unemployment and, recently, social unrest. The event is slated to include fighter jets thundering over the 79-year-old stone monument in South Dakota’s Black Hills and the first fireworks display at the site since 2009. But it comes amid a national reckoning over racism and a reconsideration of the symbolism of monuments around the globe. Many Native American activists say the Rushmore memorial is as reprehensible as...
    SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (AP) — President Donald Trump’s plans to kick off Independence Day with a showy display at Mount Rushmore are drawing sharp criticism from Native Americans who view the monument as a desecration of land violently stolen from them and used to pay homage to leaders hostile to native people. Several groups led by Native American activists are planning protests for Trump’s July 3 visit, part of Trump’s “comeback” campaign for a nation reeling from sickness, unemployment and, recently, social unrest. The event is slated to include fighter jets thundering over the 79-year-old stone monument in South Dakota’s Black Hills and the first fireworks display at the site since 2009. But it comes amid a national reckoning over racism and a reconsideration of the symbolism of monuments around the globe. Many Native Americans activists say the Rushmore memorial is as reprehensible as the many Confederate monuments being toppled...
    By STEPHEN GROVES, Associated Press SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (AP) — President Donald Trump’s plans to kick off Independence Day with a showy display at Mount Rushmore are drawing sharp criticism from Native Americans who view the monument as a desecration of land violently stolen from them and used to pay homage to leaders hostile to native people. Several groups led by Native American activists are planning protests for Trump’s July 3 visit, part of Trump's “comeback” campaign for a nation reeling from sickness, unemployment and, recently, social unrest. The event is slated to include fighter jets thundering over the 79-year-old stone monument in South Dakota's Black Hills and the first fireworks display at the site since 2009. But it comes amid a national reckoning over racism and a reconsideration of the symbolism of monuments around the globe. Many Native Americans activists say the Rushmore memorial is as reprehensible as the...
    SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (AP) — President Donald Trump’s plans to kick off Independence Day with a showy display at Mount Rushmore are drawing sharp criticism from Native Americans who view the monument as a desecration of land violently stolen from them and used to pay homage to leaders hostile to native people. Several groups led by Native American activists are planning protests for Trump’s July 3 visit, part of Trump’s “comeback” campaign for a nation reeling from sickness, unemployment and, recently, social unrest. The event is slated to include fighter jets thundering over the 79-year-old stone monument in South Dakota’s Black Hills and the first fireworks display at the site since 2009. But it comes amid a national reckoning over racism and a reconsideration of the symbolism of monuments around the globe. Many Native Americans activists say the Rushmore memorial is as reprehensible as the many Confederate monuments being toppled...
    If the summer of 2020 is memorable to vacationers, it will likely be as the year of not straying too far from home. But that doesn't mean you need to limit your horizons: The great road trip is enjoying a resurgence.  This year, 46 million Americans say they plan to hit the open road in a recreational vehicle (RV), up from 25 million in 2019, as coronavirus lockdowns force travel lovers to look closer to home for their holiday getaway. "It is predicted that car travel will be the preferred transportation mode," Dr. Lynn Minnaert, clinical associate professor at New York University's Tisch Center of Hospitality, told CNBC of forthcoming travel trends. And the open road is already beckoning.Getty ImagesFrom early April to May, bookings on rental website RVshare surged 1,000%, while reservations on Outdoorsy jumped 1,500% from their low in March. Shares of America's two largest publicly-traded RV companies Winnebago and Thor have jumped...
    NEW JERSEY (CBS/CNN) — Hours after Gov. Phil Murphy joined New York and Connecticut in issuing a travel advisory to combat the spread of coronavirus, the White House says President Donald Trump will not abide by the advisory this weekend. The advisory requires people arriving from states with high coronavirus rates to quarantine for 14 days. Trump recently traveled to Arizona, one of the states designated by New Jersey as a hotspot requiring quarantine. Trump will visit his Bedminster golf club this weekend. “The President of the United States is not a civilian. Anyone who is in close proximity to him, including staff, guests, and press are tested for COVID-19 and confirmed to be negative,” White House spokesman Judd Deere said in a statement. New Jersey, New York And Connecticut To Require Visitors From States With High COVID-19 Infection Rates To Quarantine For 14 Days The governors of New Jersey,...
    A group of University of Texas college students travelled en masse to Cabo San Lucas, Mexico for spring break - and 64 of them returned infected with coronavirus, a new Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) report reveals.  The Texas group, dubbed Cabo 211, was by no means the only set of spring breakers to ignore health warnings and contract coronavirus, but they were the largest.  From a public health standpoint, the group is evidence of just how easily people with no symptoms of coronavirus - like one fifth of the Cabo 211 group - can spread the infection.   Coronavirus continued to spread among the college students even after their return to Austin, where many lived together, or at least shared facilities and social activities.  The report 'highlights the importance of universities and schools considering how to align students’ living arrangements with CDC recommendations for living in shared housing...
    MycoMeditations is a psychedelic-retreat company in Treasure Beach, Jamaica, that facilitates 10-day trips where attendees take psychedelic, or "magic," mushrooms. Recent research has suggested that magic mushrooms, which contain the psychedelic compound psilocybin, could help treat depression and anxiety. Some retreat attendees and colleagues of MycoMeditations' founder, Eric Osborne, said he used marijuana and magic mushrooms while leading retreats. They said they felt that he should have hired experts, like licensed therapists, sooner than he did. Now the retreat has licensed therapists on staff. Psychedelic retreats are a relatively new way for people to experiment with mushrooms, and the criticisms MycoMeditations has faced are indicative of the larger issues in the psychedelics industry. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. On a secluded beach in the small fishing village of Treasure Beach, Jamaica, 15 people file into an open-air pavilion and settle down on mats, chairs, and the...
    Victoria Villarroel showed off her curvaceous backside in a sexy print bikini as she stood on the deck of a yacht, which floated in cerulean water. The model noted that she wished she was in such a location now, and it appeared as if she had spent a lot of time at home recently amid the coronavirus pandemic. In the image, Victoria stood on the narrow deck of a shiny white vessel that floated atop gorgeous blue water just off the shores of a sandy beach paradise. The scene reflected in the boat’s window and white paint. She posed with her hands on the railing turned slightly away from the camera as she looked back at the lens over her shoulder. The model wore a tiny thong-style black and white bikini bottom that showed off plenty of her assets and rose over her hips with black strings. The garment showed...
    WASHINGTON -- President Donald Trump visited the U.S.-Mexico border Tuesday and tried to credit his new wall with stopping both illegal immigration and the coronavirus. But his visit played out as top public health officials in Washington were testifying about the ongoing threat posed by COVID-19, singling out Arizona as one of the states now experiencing a surge in cases.In the blazing summer heat, Trump briefly stopped to inspect a new section of the concrete and rebar structure where the president and other officials took a moment to scrawl their signatures on the wall."It stopped COVID, it stopped everything," Trump said.Trump was looking to regain campaign momentum after his weekend rally in Tulsa, Oklahoma, which was supposed to be a sign of the nation's reopening and a show of political force but instead generated thousands of empty seats and swirling questions about the president's campaign leadership and his case for...
    Bradley Cortright June 23, 2020 0 Comments President Donald Trump is celebrating the construction of 200 miles of border wall along the Mexican border.  During a trip to Arizona on Tuesday, Trump signed his name on a plaque on the wall.  “It’s really foolproof,” Trump said after signing the plaque. “Heavy concrete inside the steel, and inside the concrete, we have rebar.” Trump was joined by Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey (R), Sen. Martha McSally (R-Ariz.), Rep. Debbie Lesko (R-Ariz.), and Acting Homeland Security Secretary Chad Wolf who also signed the plaque.  Watch the moment below: MOMENTS AGO: President Trump signs the border wall. pic.twitter.com/bQhk4wgbmq— The Hill (@thehill) June 23, 2020 Trump travelled to Arizona on Tuesday to commemorate the construction of more than 200 miles of the border wall. During a roundtable event in Arizona, Trump claimed that Democrats do not talk about the border wall anymore because “we won the battle.”...
    Sarah Jessica Parker put her fabulous figure on display during a recent trip to the beach. The 55-year-old proved that age isn’t anything but a number as shes stepped out to the beach with her husband, Matthew Broderick, by her side. Photos that were published by The Daily Mail captured the Sex and the City star hitting the beach on Father’s Day. She appeared to have a blast and spent plenty of time walking in the sand and immersing herself in the book titled “The Margot Affair” by Sanaë Lemoine. It looked to be the perfect day for a beachside outing, and the sun spilled on the actress’ figure in many of the photos. She showcased her bombshell body in a sexy black swimsuit. The piece was super simple yet super sexy and had thin straps that secured around her trim shoulders. Parker’s muscular arms were on display as well,...
    THE Queen has visited hundreds of countries in her long reign and attended countless engagements up and down the country.  She’s the most well-travelled monarch in UK history, after touching down in 116 countries during 265 official visits, but there are some places she likes better than others.  4The Queen is the most well-travelled monarch in UK historyCredit: Getty - Pool A royal author has claimed the 94-year-old isn’t a big fan of Manchester, the north’s biggest city.  Karen Dolby shared the monarch’s true opinion of the metropolis in her book, The Wicked Wit of the Royal Family. She revealed the Queen was less than impressed to stop by the city, which she’s visited multiple times.  Karen wrote: “The Queen is usually the model of diplomacy but there have been a few lapses over the years.  4The Queen said Manchester 'wasn't a nice place', a royal author has claimedCredit: PA:Press...
    EFE photo The United States Ambassador to Mexico explained what is considered an “essential trip” to cross the border between the two countries Christopher Landau, United States ambassador to Mexico, explained what is considered “essential journey“And that until now is the only condition for cross the border between both countries. In his weekly message on social networks, Landau said that the following reasons are considered essential travel: US citizens traveling to return to their country. Work trip to the United States. Legal trade. For medical treatment or medical emergency. Study trip. The American ambassador to our country also pointed out that it is not an essential trip: Travel to visit family and friends. Shopping in the United States. Tourism. Mexico and the United States agreed to extend, for an additional 30 days, restrictions to the non-essential ground transit in its border common, so this measure will be in force...
    NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Singer and actor Harry Connick Jr. has spent a lot of his life on tour buses and traveling from city to city, but even when the pandemic shut down the country, he couldn’t sit still. With the help of his daughter, Georgia Connick, who is a filmmaker, and a bunch of GoPro cameras, he embarked on a pandemic road trip to meet essential workers around the country who were risking their lives during the pandemic. “United We Sing: A Grammy Tribute to the Unsung Heroes,” a TV special that airs on CBS on Sunday at 8pm ET/PT, highlights the everyday heroes along his journey to New Orleans, with help from Connick’s celebrity pals including Brad Pitt, Oprah Winfrey, Sandra Bullock and Renee Zellweger. The show also features musical performances from Jamie Foxx, Cyndi Lauper, Branford and Wynton Marsalis, Dave Matthews, Tim McGraw, Irma Thomas and more....
    A multiracial family from Spokane was on a camping trip in Washington state last week when they were accused of being Antifa provocateurs by a large group of people and subsequently stalked and harassed, according to police. The family — which consisted of a husband and wife, their 16-year-old daughter, and the husband's mother — were first confronted by "seven or eight car-loads of people" in the parking lot when they stopped to gather supplies at a store in Forks, Washington, a Clallam County Sheriff's Office news release about the incident stated. "The people in the parking lot repeatedly asked them if they were 'ANTIFA' protesters," the release said. "The family told the people they weren't associated with any such group and were just camping. The family had to drive their bus around vehicles in the parking lot in order to get back onto Highway 101." Police noted that...
    CBS News White House correspondent Paula Reid criticized for President Trump over his trip to Maine amid racial tensions over the death of George Floyd. Following his Rose Garden address touting the positive jobs report, Trump headed to Guilford, Maine, to tour the Puritan Medical Products factory where swabs are manufactured for coronavirus tests. Reid critiqued the "optics" of going to Maine during the nationwide uproar that has revived the Black Lives Matter movement. MAINSTREAM MEDIA FALSELY FRAMES TRUMP'S 'GREAT DAY' GEORGE FLOYD REMARKS ON JOBS REPORT INSTEAD OF EQUALITY UNDER LAW "President leaves 'press conference' without taking q's & heads to Maine - one of the whitest states in America. It's his only trip outside the District this week & not helping optics that he is avoiding larger conversation about racial disparity in the US," Reid tweeted. Reid later added that Maine is the "most beautiful place on Earth this time of year" after...
    (CNN)Emberlyn Hemmer's wish would have been granted just three weeks before her seventh major surgery. The 5-year-old planned to tour Disney World, SeaWorld and Universal Studios with her sisters in April wearing the matching princess outfits their grandma bought for them.But that trip, organized by the Make-A-Wish Foundation of America, is one of thousands of wishes that were put on hold as cases of coronavirus grew in the US.The vast number of postponed wishes is unprecedented, says Frances Hall, the vice president of mission advancement for Make-A-Wish. Emberlyn Hemmer"We have delayed travels intermittently just according to hurricanes and tornadoes that we've experienced over the years but nothing like this pandemic," she said.Read MoreThe nonprofit, which grants wishes to children and teens who are battling often devastating illnesses such as cancer, estimates about 5,000 wishes will be postponed by the end of the summer due to the pandemic. Nearly 80% of...
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