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    CHICAGO (CBS) — When it comes to reserving dibs for parking spaces after shoveling cars out of the snow, to say Chicagoans are passionate about it as an understatement. This is a dibs story of compassion – or at least that’s what the person behind it hopes. READ MORE: Sick Kids On Medicaid In Northwest Indiana Are A Short Distance From Illinois, But State Makes Them Go All The Way To Indianapolis For Treatment Kris Jackson put out a folding chair with a picture of Mayor Lori Lightfoot, and a sign reading, “Take a beer, or take a snack, but please don’t take my parking spot,” with a sad-face emoji and a “thank you” with three exclamation points. Below the sign on the chair is a basket with Goose Island beer and Chips Ahoy! cookies, Doritos, Cheetos, and other snacks. READ MORE: Illinois Unemployment Offices Have Been Closed Nearly A...
    One of the best promoters from boxing’s retro era, Don King, has recently made news headlines again. A few days back, King filed to conduct a fight card on January 29 for combatants under his promotion. However, King’s promotion refused to enroll two of his fighters in this card for an anti-doping test. The Voluntary Anti-Doping Association, an independent organization that offers and promotes effective Anti-doping, recently tweeted about the same. Raphael Murphy and Beibut Shumenov’s fight was kept for January 29 for the WBA cruiserweight title. However, the promotion’s decision to not let the combatants enter the testing has caught the eye of boxing fans all over the world. Both Murphy and Shumenov have fought for a considerable time in the ring, but haven’t quite accrued the required number of eyeballs for their previous fights. Many boxing enthusiasts have reacted to the matter on Twitter. A few boxing fans...
    Thursday January 7, two Jewish restaurateurs filed a complaint at the Strasbourg police station at the end of their service. In question, the statements of a courier Deliveroo having affirmed that he did not want to deliver the Jews. What really happened in these two establishments? According to Le Figaro, the facts took place at around the same time Thursday evening, a few minutes apart. A Deliveroo delivery man reportedly came to each of the restaurants to take orders. After entering, he allegedly asked the restaurateurs what their specialties were, to which they replied that they were “Israeli specialties”. “No, I don’t take the order, I don’t deliver the Jews”, would then have declared the delivery man, before canceling the order on his smartphone and leaving. If it has not yet been confirmed that it is the same delivery man who went to the two establishments, the incident has...
    A MUM has revealed she takes her decorations down at 9pm on Christmas Day, because she's "not a fan" of the celebration and can't stand the clutter. Stacey Flinn, 36, from Darlington, Co Durham, admits her husband Paul, 40, who's in the armed forces, begs her to keep the tree up for just another day - but she's had enough by December 25. 6Stacey Flinn, from Darlington, with husband Paul and eight-year-old son BearCredit: Supplied Speaking to Fabulous, the NHS admin worker, who's mum to Bear, eight, says: "By Christmas Day I’m totally done with it. "I’m not a Christmas fan. I'd quite happily work the day, but when you have a child you can't. I'm really miserable about it. "I take everything down that night, after my little boy goes to bed, I feel like the season's over. I start taking everything down at about 9pm, it feels...
              Live from Music Row Wednesday morning on The Tennessee Star Report with Michael Patrick Leahy – broadcast on Nashville’s Talk Radio 98.3 and 1510 WLAC weekdays from 5:00 a.m. to 8:00 a.m. –  host Leahy welcomed the original all-star panelist Crom Carmichael to the studio. During the second hour, Carmichael speculated the possibility that the Supreme Court would take up the Texas lawsuit on elections laws or dismiss it outright. He and Leahy later discussed possible scenarios citing the risk the court would run to becoming a damaged institution. Leahy: Michael Patrick Leahy here with Crom Carmichael the original all-star panelist. Crom, you wanted to follow up on the theme you began in our last segment. Carmichael: I wanted to just kind of finish it because it is really interesting that Gorsuch on the Supreme Court in part and I’m not saying that in whole but...
    The ongoing tussle between Top Rank CEO Bob Arum and one of his finest prodigies, Terence Crawford continues as the former isn’t repenting on the comments he made a few days back. Arum, 88, ashed out Crawford and demeaned his PPV abilities. Although ‘Bud’ defended his title spectacularly against Kell Brook, Bob Arum still wanted him to leave Top Rank. That said, the veteran promoter has claimed that Crawford lacks the potential to grab attention. Not only that, but Arum has said that he has lost so much money that he could have purchased a Beverly Hills abode instead. It seems that the 88-year-old is done with ‘Bud’ and doesn’t want to invest more in him. However, his recent comments have sparked a lot of controversies in the combat community. From the UFC president Dana White to Matchroom CEO Eddie Hearn, several people have ridiculed him. Dana White took...
    DENVER (CBS4)– Getting food on the table this Thanksgiving could be harder than year’s past due to the economic impact of the pandemic. Strive Prep, a community of public charter schools, is stepping up to help meet their needs in more ways than one. (credit: CBS) Tammy Allmer is a mom of 7 kids. She’s been hit hard by the pandemic. “People’s work got cut, hours got cut, so times are rough,” Allmer told CBS4’s Andrea Flores. “I don’t want my kids suffering. I make ends meet as much as I can, but you can only do so much.” Her family is just one of 70 getting a free turkey from Strive Prep, a system of charter schools in the Denver metro area. “The social workers and psychologists were able to identify families that have the highest, needs whether it’s financial or housing, or they’re struggling overall, so we wanted...
    Odell Beckham Jr is great at catching things like footballs, but doesn’t think he’ll catch COVID.  We are closing in on a year of the world being engulfed in a pandemic that has done unspeakable damage. Economies have been shelled, the way we live has been altered (perhaps permanently), and over one million people have died. If only Odell Beckham Jr had been in charge of things from the start, maybe things would be different. After all, in case you didn’t know this, he’s such a hardcore badass that the virus would take one look at him and quietly shuffle back out the door. You might be saying to yourself that there’s no Doctor Strange multiverse reality in which that could be true, but Odell is living in the one endgame in which such a thing is. According to the man himself, COVID is no match for him. No, seriously...
    Former NFL running back Herschel Walker claimed Tuesday on "Hannity" that Democrats "do not like America" and are "going to take your freedoms" if they take power in November. Walker also reacted Tuesday to rapper Curtis "50 Cent" Jackson endorsing President Trump. Jackson tweeted Monday that while he still has misgivings about the president's views of minorities, the 62% tax rate that could be seen in New York State under Biden is "out of your f---ing mind." When asked by host Sean Hannity what the media would do if they discovered that President Trump eulogized the late Sen. Robert C. Byrd, D-W.Va., and worked with segregationist Senate Democrats --as Biden had done -- Walker said they would "cover it non-stop." "At the same time," Walker added. "I could tell you Herschel Walker would not be his friend." VideoHannity noted that Byrd, who served in the Senate from 1959 until his death in 2010 at age 92, was once...
    In abrupt reversal, Trump will now grant federal wildfire aid to California, governor says Grocery stores prepare for a 2nd wave of pandemic panic shopping Justin Gaethje on Khabib Nurmagomedovs durability: His main priority is to not take damage Justin Gaethje has a few questions heading into the biggest fight of his life. © Provided by MMAJunkie The UFC interim lightweight champion will share the cage on Oct. 24 against undisputed cham Khabib Nurmagomedov in a title unification bout set to headline UFC 254 in Yas Island, Abu Dhabi. It’s a colossal fight in the history of the UFC’s 155-pound division. And although Gaethje (21-2 MMA, 4-2 UFC) knows very well what Nurmagomedov (28-0 MMA, 12-0 UFC) brings to the table, he does have a few doubts about the unbeaten champion, specifically about how much damage he can take. “I create damage,” Gaethje told Morning Kombat. “If I barely miss and barely...
    Anti-maskers are not gonna take it anymore, but “Twisted Sister” lead singer Dee Snider says they need to pick somebody else’s song as their anthem. After a group of anti-maskers paraded around a Target in Florida while playing the hit 80s song “We’re Not Gonna Take It,” Dee Snider publicly denounced them on social media. “No…these selfish a**holes do not have my permission or blessing to use my song for their moronic cause. #cuttheshit,” he tweeted. No…these selfish assholes do not have my permission or blessing to use my song for their moronic cause. #cuttheshit https://t.co/LPDAjSszbf — Dee Snider???????? (@deesnider) September 16, 2020 As reported by the New York Post, video of the anti-mask protest went viral on social media showing a group of MAGA supporters throwing off their masks and playing the hit song. A rowdy group of anti-maskers marched through a Target in Florida and shouted at...
    So off goes Joe Biden to Kenosha on Thursday with wife, Jill, to host a town hall meeting and “to make a local stop,” as the press release put it, which we can perhaps presume means a visit to Jacob Blake’s family (sans nonexistent pastor). I guess this is a good idea. The first principle of campaigning against a bully is don’t be bullied. Show you’re not intimidated. Biden did that successfully Monday in Pittsburgh—his rhetoric was pugnacious and direct. So don’t leave the Kenosha optics to Donald Trump. Show you’ll play on his turf. But there’s a tightrope Biden has to walk these next two months. Sure, take the moral high ground. But don’t go too high. Don’t get down in Trump’s sewer with him, but punch back when punching back is called for. And then, as fast as possible, try to change the subject from what Trump wants...
    Roger Sollenberger August 4, 2020 12:43AM (UTC) Fox News host Judge Jeanine Pirro, who has no medical or scientific background, told Brian Rose on a recent episode of the YouTube show "London Real" that she will not take a vaccine for the coronavirus, because she is both afraid of health risks and being controlled by unseen social forces. Rose, the show's host, framed the question with an allusion to baseless conspiracy theories about sinister motives behind the companies, investors and public health officials contributing to the worldwide project to fast-track a vaccine. : "A lot of this technology seems to also be owned by some strange characters that have financial interests, even some of the institutions," Rose said. "I'm just a little hesitant to put untested things in my body without knowing. Is this just another thing we need to be wary of going forward?" "Ditto. That means, 'Yes,'" Pirro, who at 69 years old is in the demographic...
    Media govt Neil Breen claimed he was requested to not work together with Ellen DeGeneres when she appeared on Australia’s In the present day present, which he labored on on the time. “When Ellen DeGeneres got here to Australia to do her present in 2013, I used to be the chief producer of the In the present day present, so we partnered with them,” the journalist stated on his radio present, 4BC Breakfast With Neil Breen, on Tuesday, July 28. “Initially she was going to cohost the In the present day present, then she was going to do that, then she was going to try this. The entire thing bought watered all the way down to Ellen DeGeneres would do a sit-down interview.” Breen stated he and his crew went to Melbourne, Australia, “at our expense” to movie the phase with longtime presenter Richard Wilkins interviewing DeGeneres, now 62....
    Congressman Jim Sensenbrenner (R- WI) confronted Mark Zuckerberg about big tech bias and confronted him with something that Zuckerberg had to gently point out his company did not do. By now you’ve probably heard about the video shared by President Donald Trump and others featuring one doctor talking up hydroxychloroquine as a “cure” for Covid-19. Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube took down the video, and Donald Trump Jr.’s Twitter account was limited after he shared the video “spreading misleading and potentially harmful information related to Covid-19.” Sensenbrenner brought this up to Zuckerberg at Wednesday’s hearing, saying that while he wouldn’t take hydroxychloroquine himself, “this is a legitimate matter of discussion.” “Why did that happen?” Sensenbrenner asked. Zuckerberg said, “First, to be clear, I think what you might be referring to happened on Twitter, so it’s hard for me to speak to that.” Zuckerberg went on to defend Facebook’s policy on...
    For indispensable reporting on the coronavirus crisis and more, subscribe to Mother Jones' newsletters. Trump: So shower heads, you take a shower, the water doesn’t come out. You wanna wash your hands, the water doesn’t come out… Dishwashers you didn’t have any water… In most places of the country, water is not a problem. They don’t know what do with it. It’s called rain pic.twitter.com/rx96mCFsae — Acyn Torabi (@Acyn) July 16, 2020
    Sign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York City Despite all the uncertainty that has surrounded a nation and its pastime during the coronavirus pandemic, New York Mets starter Jacob deGrom is still locked in on baseball and the pursuit of winning a third-consecutive National League Cy Young Award. He made his first appearance on the hill at Citi Field on Sunday after a consistent throwing regimen at home, throwing a simulated game that prompted manager Luis Rojas to admit that his star pitcher looked like he was “in midseason form.” “I feel really good,” deGrom told reporters over Zoom on Monday. “I continued throwing well at home. Hopefully, I got those two or three bad starts out of the way during bullpen sessions… I’m not trying to do too much. Just get off to a good start and keep...
    Coronavirus — The singer Prince Royce confessed, through a video on his official Instagram account, that he has a coronavirus and that it is already on the 12th day since the symptoms began. “It’s something I didn’t think was going to happen to me, but it happened to me,” he said. The interpreter of “Give you a kiss” wrote that his case “has been mild” and that he is “feeling well”, so he hopes to test negative in the next test. He also took the opportunity to call on young people not to leave if they do not have to work. Also read: Actor who had his leg amputated by Covid-19 now needs a double lung transplant «I know that July 4 is approaching. I know we have been locked up, we want to get out, we think that it will not happen to us, but it is real....
    CNN host Don Lemon told SiriusXM’s Dean Obeidallah that President Donald Trump is using fear of “scary black people” who want to take away “white people’s America,” but that “America is ready to move on.” On Friday’s edition of SiriusXM’s The Dean Obeidallah Show, Obeidallah talked with Lemon about Trump’s campaign messaging. “Seems like he’s so out of touch with America, he’s just like an angry old man yelling about things that are changing,” Obeidallah said. “It’s easy to fall back on stereotypes. It’s easy to make the black man the boogeyman right?” Lemon said. “Fear. He is using fear to scare people, ‘Oh my gosh, these scary black people want to take away the world that you know, the America that you created. which is not true.” Lemon pointed out that “Black people built this country, built the White House, and they did it all for free. Their contribution was...
    President Trump tweeted late Wednesday night that if Seattle's leaders don't "take back" their city now, he will, as protesters have taken over a portion of the city that's become the "Capitol Hill Autonomous Zone," or CHAZ. The Seattle Police Department has conceded several blocks of the city, boarding up windows and letting those protesting the death of George Floyd to do as they see fit. Mr. Trump, who hasn't ruled out the use of the Insurrection Act, threatened to "take back" the city from the "anarchists" if necessary.  "Radical Left Governor @JayInslee and the Mayor of Seattle are being taunted and played at a level that our great Country has never seen before. Take back your city NOW. If you don't do it, I will. This is not a game. These ugly Anarchists must be stooped IMMEDIATELY. MOVE FAST!"  Trending News "Bye-bye Tucker Carlson!" major advertiser says Trump rally-goers must agree...
    On Wednesday night, President Trump, infuriated at what is happening in Seattle, where radical protesters took over six blocks of the city to create “The Capitol Hill Autonomous Zone” after Seattle police left a boarded East Precinct building behind, tweeted his ire at Washington Democratic governor Jay Inslee and Democratic Seattle Mayor Jenny Durkan, snapping, “Radical Left Governor @JayInslee and the Mayor of Seattle are being taunted and played at a level that our great country has never seen before. Take back your city NOW. If you don’t do it, I will. This is not a game. These ugly anarchists must be stopped IMMEDIATELY. MOVE FAST.” Radical Left Governor @JayInslee and the Mayor of Seattle are being taunted and played at a level that our great Country has never seen before. Take back your city NOW. If you don’t do it, I will. This is not a game. These ugly...
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