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    The Duchess of Sussex is ‘unlikely’ to accompany her husband, Prince Harry, when he plans to return to the UK in early summer. The sixth in line to the throne will almost certainly travel to see his family for the first time since the couple acrimoniously quit as working royals alone, multiple sources have told the Daily Mail. Insiders stress that the couple’s plans have yet to be finalised and much depends on the pandemic and whether travel restrictions remain in place at the time. Prince Harry is expected to fly back to the UK over the summer - depending on Covid-19 travel restrictions - though it is not known whether he will be joined by his wife and son In June and July there are some important dates on the royal calendar that Meghan might miss Sources were at pains to stress that Meghan’s tentative decision...
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    Parler's CEO has said that he has been receiving death threats since his social media platform was thrust into the spotlight when rivals shut down accounts owned by Donald Trump and his allies. John Matze, who launched the app in August 2018 as an alternative to Twitter, said that he was being destroyed by the tech giants. 'People are threatening my life,' he said. 'I can't go home tonight. 'So this is really a lot, you know. This is not just our civil liberties. [Big Tech] can shut down a billion-dollar company, half-a-billion dollar company overnight.' Apple, Google and Amazon banned Parler from their app stores on Friday due to a failure to moderate 'egregious content' posted by users related to the violent siege last week. John Matze, CEO of Parler, said on Monday night that he was receiving death threats Hailed by Donald Trump supporters as a...
    A Florida megachurch pastor has urged his congregants against taking the COVID-19 vaccine,  falsely claiming it will 'alter your DNA' and be used to track people down, and to 'believe in divine immunity' instead. Guillermo Maldonado, who is the founding Pentecostal pastor of King Jesus International Ministry based in Miami and is an avid Trump supporter, preached conspiracies about the vaccine to his congregation on Sunday.   'That is exactly what’s happening with COVID-19. They’re preparing the structure for the anti-Christ,' he said in a live-streamed bilingual sermon. 'The vaccine. They’re going to demand for you to have a vaccine in your passport and seal it. Otherwise, you will not able to travel. Because they’re preparing the way in the vaccine. [The vaccines] are made to alter your DNA,' he added. The FDA is slated to make its recommendation today on the Pfizer vaccine, which has already been approved in the...
    In terms of drama, the doubleheader Sunday between the Reds and Tigers was closer to a couple of episodes of “The Sopranos” than a back-to-back marathon of “The Godfather” and “The Godfather, Part II.” On “The Sopranos,” there always was the sense that the end of the program was coming soon, so stuff was going to happen quickly. It was like that in the two games the Tigers and Reds played, the first-ever MLB doubleheader in which the two games were scheduled for seven innings. Reds centerfielder Nick Senzel told Sporting News “for sure” there was more urgency to the two games of the doubleheader, which Cincinnati swept. “Those seven innings, everyone’s really locked in to every single pitch,” he said. “Because you erase two innings, so much is going on. I think the intensity is there, for sure, in both those seven-inning games. “The seven-inning doubleheader, we kind of liked.”...
    John Bolton claimed Sunday morning that Donald Trump denying a report claiming he knew Russia paid the Taliban to kill U.S. troops is ‘unconnected to the reality,’ but asserts this is the standard for the president.  'There's a lot we don't know so we should be cautious, but from what we do know from the president's own tweets this morning, to me it looks like just another day at the office in the Trump White House,' Bolton told NBC News' Meet the Press. The former national security adviser is on a media tour promoting his new book, 'The Room Where it Happened: A White House Memoir,' about his 17 months as one of Trump's top aides. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi demanded that Trump confront the Russians, telling ABC News on Sunday that his denial of the report is 'as bad as it gets.' 'This is as bad as it gets...
    Patients are being offered cosmetic surgery to banish stubborn eye-bags – while awake and with their eyes wide open.  While certainly not for the faint-hearted, the method involves three minimally invasive procedures, each lasting less than two hours. Unlike normal under-eye lift surgery, which involves incisions below the lower lid and the removal of bulging tissue beneath the skin, the new technique involves just three tiny cuts close to the eyelashes. Dr Sabrina Shah-Desai, who pioneered the technique, says: 'Interfering with the fat pads in the cheek means patients often need to be put to sleep because there's a risk of nerve damage if the patient flinches. But I avoid excessive touching in this area, which allows me to keep patients awake.' Kimberly James, 51, from Essex, pictured left before the procedure and right after, describes the results of her treatment as 'life-changing' Keeping patients lucid also gives surgeons a...
    (CNN)The number of coronavirus cases and hospitalizations have gone up in some states, a bleak reminder that the pandemic that's infected more than 2 million people is not over. More than 115,000 people have died from Covid-19 in the United States, according to Johns Hopkins University. As of Saturday, coronavirus cases were still increasing in 18 states -- several of which saw record or near-record highs. In 17 states, the numbers were trending downward, and numbers remained steady in 13 states.Fauci says second wave is not inevitable as coronavirus cases climb in some statesTexas saw more than 2,200 people hospitalized with coronavirus Saturday, bypassing a record high the previous day, CNN affiliate KTVT reported. North Carolina set a record with 823 hospitalizations Saturday.Of the nearly 20 states where numbers surged, Oregon, Nevada, Wyoming, Oklahoma, Alabama and South Carolina recorded an increase of over 50% in the past week as compared...
    In a stunning display of hypocrisy and low self-awareness, NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio, who himself participated in protests that are themselves a giant violation of the city's COVID-19 guidelines, scolded New York police officers who, according to him, were not wearing masks during the course of controlling the crowds. On at least one of those occasions, as noted by the featured image in this story, de Blasio was not wearing a face mask at all. According to the New York Post, de Blasio made the comments on Sunday. In the remarks, which were carried on C-SPAN, de Blasio claimed, "We've seen too many officers who just have [masks] off, and it's painful to people because it feels like they're flouting the rules. The issue of masks and face coverings remains the subject of considerable scientific debate, particularly whether such masks are efficacious and whether they might, in...
    (CNN)It's the kind of terror only a parent could know.And the father of skateboarding prodigy Sky Brown spoke of the dread he felt after his daughter was involved in a horrific crash, and he held her in his arms as they waited to be taken to hospital by a helicopter.The 11-year-old posted a video on her Instagram and YouTube channel with a clip of her spill in California in which it showed her flying off the end of a half-pipe while traveling at high speed.According to a statement from Skateboard England, Brown suffered a fractured skull, a broken wrist and broken hand while practicing with world renowned skateboarder Tony Hawk at his private facility in California.In a post on Instagram, Brown's father, Stewart, described her fall as the "worst thing I could ever, ever imagine.Read More"She fell about 15 feet off the side of a vert ramp to flat concrete,"...
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