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    The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is finalizing guidance aimed at clarifying what Americans who have received COVID-19 vaccines should and shouldn't do, according to two sources at the agency familiar with its drafting.  The upcoming guidance, first reported by Politico, is expected to include that fully vaccinated individuals should be able to gather in small groups with other people who have also been vaccinated. The CDC currently does not recommend in-person gatherings with the general public, saying "gathering virtually or with the people you live with is the safest choice."  Even for people who have been fully vaccinated, other mitigation measures will still be recommended, including wearing a mask in public and social distancing. The sources wouldn't specify when exactly this guidance would be released but one said it would be released when it's finalized "later this week."  At the White House COVID-19 response briefing Monday, President...
    THEY started out cleaning filthy homes at the end of tenancies - but now twin sisters Natalie Honeycutt and Katrina Neathey have become Instagram stars. The glamorous mums, 38, both from West Sussex, have worked together for 13 years as professional cleaners, but were inspired by social media sensation Mrs Hinch to share their work online two years ago. 25Nat and Kat have become cleaning Instagram starsCredit: twinklecleaningduo/Instagram 25The twins are both working mums and clean communal blocks around their areaCredit: twinklecleaningduo/Instagram Since then, their Instagram page, Twinkle Cleaning Duo, has gathered more than 55,000 followers as they share endless hacks to achieve a spotless home - while continuing to work in communal blocks around their area. “Because we still work and we are cleaners, people trust us. People can relate to us, we’re quite busy and have families too," Nat tells Sun Online. Now the glamorous siblings - who...
    By Robert Preidt, HealthDay Reporter (HealthDay) MONDAY, Feb. 22, 2021 (HealthDay News) -- Worried or wondering about COVID-19 vaccines? Many Americans are, so experts at Penn State Health are offering some reassuring insight. "People are approaching this vaccine with more hesitation because it was approved quickly, but that really just speaks to how far we have come in vaccinology," said Dr. Mohammad Ali, an infectious disease physician at Penn State Health Holy Spirit Medical Center in Camp Hill, Penn. "This vaccine went through all the same rigors and reviews by independent data and safety committees as any other vaccine. No corners were cut," he said in a Penn State news release. If you feel sick after getting the vaccine, it doesn't mean that you have COVID-19. According to Dr. Jillian Ventuzelo, a family physician at Penn State Health St. Joseph Medical Center in Reading, "Common symptoms such as headache, fatigue,...
    (CNN)You might be among the more than 26.6 million people in the United States who have had Covid-19 -- and when it comes to coronavirus vaccines, emerging variants or the risk of re-infection, you might have a lot of questions."We are continuing to learn a year into the pandemic," Dr. Becky Smith, medical director of infection prevention and control and an infectious diseases specialist at Duke University Hospital, told CNN in an email.Yet there are still some answers to questions that doctors say Covid-19 survivors should know.How much of a risk is reinfection?The risk of reinfection "seems to be quite low" and the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention "states the risk of reinfection is 'low' within the first 90 days of having a Covid infection," Smith said. Although rare, the risk exists.This survivor may have had Covid-19 twiceRead More"Based on what we know from similar viruses, some reinfections...
    Why Tom Brady is one of America’s most polarizing athletes How Brands and Retailers Are Tackling Diversity — Both Within and Beyond Their Organizations What To Do If You’ve Depleted Your Savings Over the Last Year The coronavirus pandemic has led to millions of Americans losing their jobs, and oftentimes, unemployment income alone just isn’t enough to make ends meet. As a result, some Americans may have depleted all of their savings to make it through 2020. © malerapaso / Getty Images Broken piggy bank with euro coins on the shelf. A survey conducted by CNBC+ and Acorns last September found that 14% of Americans — up to 46 million people — had wiped out their emergency savings since the start of the pandemic. And a survey conducted by the Transamerica Center for Retirement Studies last May found that 15% of Americans had already dipped into their retirement accounts to cover...
    IT was never just about the beautiful games, even when Sir AlexFerguson was racking up 13 Premier League titles. You’ve got to win when you’re minging. 4Paul Pogba celebrates his deflected winner on 71 minutes, putting Man Utd three points clear at the top of the Premier LeagueCredit: News Group Newspapers Ltd 4Man Utd boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer started with Edinson Cavani in attack but in the end it was midfielder Paul Pogba who snatched the winnerCredit: PA:Press Association This victory, courtesy of Paul Pogba’s deflected volley 20 minutesfrom time, fell out of the ugly tree and hit every branch on the waydown. And Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s unlikely lads have done plenty of that ontheir way to the top of the Premier League, at an advanced stage ofthe season, for the first time since Fergie’s reign. Stuffed 6-1 at home by Tottenham, dumped out of the Champions Leagueat the group...
    Some people know just how to deliver a compliment that sounds - and feels - just like an insult.  Women have shared the worst back-handed flattery they've received on the US-based anonymous confession app Whisper.  One woman said her boss told her she was not interesting, but that he appreciated how reliable she was, while another was complimented for having nice legs, before being asked: 'What happened to the rest of you?'  A lot of people found that the backhanded compliments were chat up lines that went very badly wrong.   On face value there's nothing especially bad about saying that someone is 'too cute to be single' but not when you follow it up by suggesting that the person must be mentally unstable, while another was told she was pretty despite her short hair.  Anonymous people from the US have shared the worst back-handed compliments they've ever received. One...
    The Eagles’ controversial decision to bench Jalen Hurts in the team’s final game against the Washington Football Team left a bad taste in nearly everyone’s mouth. Except the Washington Football Team, that is. Postgame audio caught by NFL mics shows Washington defensive end Montez Sweat joking with Hurts. “I don’t know what would’ve happened if you would’ve stayed in there, man.” MORE: NFL has giant reasons to be concerned about Eagles Hurts completed just 7 of 20 passes for 72 yards and an interception, but also ran eight times for 34 yards and two touchdowns. His backup Nate Sudfeld — who came on at the start of the fourth quarter with Philadelphia down just three points — was not as impressive. He completed 5 of 12 passes for 32 yards and two turnovers in the 20-14 loss. Many who follow the NFL feel Doug Pederson’s decision to bench...
    XiFotos | E+ | Getty Images If you planned to max out your 401(k) or other employer-sponsored retirement plan before the end of the year, you've likely run out the clock. An employee contribution deadline is Dec. 31 or the year's final paycheck. Employers generally need a few weeks to process requests such as putting more money into your retirement account. With the last paycheck of the year coming in the next two weeks for most, it means many have blown past the deadline to contribute more to their retirement plans. Of course, anyone expecting one more paycheck or year-end bonus should check with the human resources department to see if you can still increase how much your are contributing, said certified planner Niv Persaud, managing director at Transition Planning & Guidance, LLC, in Atlanta. More from Invest in You:7 money moves to make now to start the new year...
    A Jewish family quasi-closeting their lesbian daughter. A Vietnamese-American teenager being yelled at for having a condom while no one realizes her brother is hiding a gun in the house. A black Republican fighting with his son over affirmative action. A Latina mother sharing a table with her ex-husband who slept with her cousin. These are not the Hallmark card images of Thanksgiving that are surprisingly, and often relentlessly, still packaged to Americans. But in 2000, What’s Cooking? interwove these four seemingly disparate family stories together into a sumptuous Thanksgiving feast of a film—one that serves up gỏi cuốn, kishkas, and empanadas along with its turkey. Now, two decades later, it remains the most authentic, charming, and hands-down most satisfying Thanksgiving movie. Ironically, not being American may be the very key to creating a film that accurately captures the most quintessentially American holiday without getting weighed down in saccharine or...
    (CNN)The peaceful and orderly transition of presidential power is a hallmark of our constitutional democracy embodied in the 12th, 20th and 25th Amendments. The 2008 transition between President George W. Bush's administration and Barack Obama's is often referenced as the standard for presidential transitions because of the high level of bipartisan cooperation exhibited by both teams.It's an expression of the most deeply rooted of our patriotic American values — allegiance to the republic and the system of self-governance that has guided us for 244 years.JUST WATCHEDBiden begins to build staff despite Trump impeding transitionReplayMore Videos ...MUST WATCHBiden begins to build staff despite Trump impeding transition 01:22With Election Day behind us, our country is entering an uncertain moment. Since 2016, President Donald Trump, members of his campaign and his administration have run roughshod over both the letter and the spirit of our laws. His associates have racked up an unprecedented number...
    Republicans focus on campaigns; Democrats focus on elections. While that difference may seem minor, even semantic, it’s one of the great differences in American politics — and largely explains what we are now living through. If you prioritize campaigns, you want a candidate who draws great crowds, gets people excited, and has an attractive policy platform. But if you prioritize elections, you want to build a machine that wins the elections — the candidate is secondary at best. And that’s what Democrats have been doing methodically. While former Vice President Joe Biden was hiding in his basement, Democrats were building a machine to win no matter what, able to adapt to this year’s massive surge in voting by mail. TRUMP LAWYER JENNA ELLIS: WINNER OF TRUMP-BIDEN RACE WILL BE DETERMINED BY COURTS — WE DON’T KNOW YET WHO WON And now we are seeing their plan come to fruition. Based...
    When you buy through our links, we may earn money from our affiliate partners. Learn more. Allbirds' Wool Runners are the shoes that put the company on the map. Allbirds/Facebook Allbirds makes unapologetically comfortable and low-maintenance shoes out of renewable materials. It also recently introduced a line of apparel. We've been covering the company since 2016, and we've tested nearly every item it has made. Below, you'll find our reviews of each style, plus advice on what to consider before you buy. See also: Allbirds just launched its first-ever clothing collection — we tried every piece, including a T-shirt that's made sustainably from crab shells  Allbirds is one of the direct-to-consumer market's most visible success stories. Founded by New Zealand-native Tim Brown and San Francisco-based engineer and renewables expert Joey Zwillinger, the startup makes its shoes out of sustainable materials such as merino wool; a cooling...
    What did the News Brig staff spend their weekend watching? Whether it’s the latest virally popular Netflix series, discovering an animated gem, or educating ourselves in older genre classics, most of us find something worth recommending before we head back to work. And as usual, the answers range widely, as some people check out what’s new and popular on streaming services, and some return to past favorites. So here’s what we’re watching right now, and what you might enjoy watching as well. Head to the comments to drop in your own recommendations. Jennifer’s Body Photo: Fox Atomic After a brief hiatus, my quest to watch scary things that don’t totally scare me continues with Jennifer’s Body. I’ve heard many good things about this movie, and how it slowly found a following after being maligned when it came out. I’m pleased...
    SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — From stealing your identity to using your address, thousands are getting caught up in Employment Development Department fraud even if they never filed for unemployment. It’s more important than ever to be vigilant and take preventive steps to avoid long-term repercussions of widespread fraud. ALSO READ: EDD Data Reveals 30,000 Addresses With 10+ Unemployment Claims Jorjet’s mailbox has been flooded with fraudulent unemployment claims for 23 different people. Hers is one of more than 30,000 addresses used to file claims for 10 or more people, according to EDD data obtained by CBS13. “It’s scary,” Jorjet said. Vanessa is one of the people who’ve been victimized by the EDD fraud. The stay-at-home mom hasn’t worked in seven years, but someone filed for unemployment using her name and social security number. She says she called the EDD when she learned about the fraud, “and they basically told me there’s...
    When you buy through our links, we may earn money from our affiliate partners. Learn more. Allbirds' Wool Runners are the shoes that put the company on the map. Allbirds/Facebook Allbirds makes unapologetically comfortable and low-maintenance shoes out of renewable materials. We've been covering the company since 2016, and we've tested nearly every shoe it has made. Below, you'll find our reviews of each style, plus advice on what to consider before you buy. See more: Adidas and Allbirds just announced a partnership to create a performance sneaker with the lowest carbon footprint ever — here's why it's a big deal for the footwear industry Allbirds is one of the direct-to-consumer market's most visible success stories. Founded by New Zealand-native Tim Brown and San Francisco-based engineer and renewables expert Joey Zwillinger, the startup makes its shoes out of sustainable materials such as merino wool; a cooling...
    SNOWFLAKE is one of America's biggest tech firms, valued at a stunning $70billion. But despite being worth more than familiar gadget giant Dell, few people have heard of Snowflake. If that's you, read on. 2Snowflake helps businesses organise and analyse the data they store in the cloudCredit: Snowflake What is Snowflake and why is it in the news? Snowflake is a hugely successful cloud-computing company based out of San Mateo, California. Despite being almost unheard of among the general public, Snowflake was actually founded back in 2012. It launched to the public just two years later, and has become a runaway success. Snowflake is currently making headlines after a smash-hit launch on the New York Stock Exchange, earning a valuation of tens of millions of dollars. 2This might look like gibberish to most people, but it's a holy grail for businesses with loads of data to manageCredit: Snowflake The company...
    The 25 greatest characters from Quentin Tarantino films The 10 Most Walkable Cities in America ‘Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 1 + 2’ is exactly what you’ve been missing From 1999 to about 2003 (give or take, depending on your opinion of the two Tony Hawk’s Underground games), Activision and Neversoft created and then refined arguably the perfect sports video game franchise, Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater. Not to get too deep in the weeds on the value of art and storytelling, but I’d happily argue its merits for being a perfect video game, period. I didn’t rank every song on the original games’ soundtracks for nothing, you know. © Activision Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater, Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 2 and Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 3 might be the most cumulative time I’ve logged in my lifetime playing video games — and I played World of Warcraft for several years....
    If you’re curious what kind of data Twitter stores on you — and what those hackers could have stolen during their big bitcoin scam — you can now find out once again. Twitter has reenabled the ability to download archives of “Your Twitter Data,” nearly two months after shutting off the feature as a precaution against further hacking. To access it, go to Settings > Account > Your Twitter data and you should see a screen like the one below, where you’ll need to type in your password to start the transfer. If you’re using a phone app, it may shove you over to the mobile website instead. It also might take a while before the archive is ready: I pressed the button an hour ago, and I’m still waiting for the in-app notification so I can actually download it. Twitter had a pretty good reason...
    The U.S. has been wracked for nearly two months by nationwide protests, riots and property destruction following the death of George Floyd on May 25. Many protesters allege that the police system is racist and that officers are often violent without cause. We asked our protest reporters if they’ve seen any examples of that brutality.
    LaylaBird You may have heard of debt being categorized as two types: good debt and bad debt. "Good" debt is defined as money owed for things that can help build wealth or increase income over time, such as student loans, mortgages or a business loan. "Bad" debt refers to things like credit cards or other consumer debt that do little to improve your financial outcome. These are oversimplifications. The distinctions between "good" and "bad" debt are a lot more nuanced. It's worth revisiting this topic and understanding the new rules of the debt game. While student loans and mortgages can be used successfully to build wealth or increase your income, that isn't always — or necessarily — the case. Using "good" debt successfully depends on a number of factors.Student loansDebt is a necessity for many lower- to middle-income Americans who wish to fund a college education, but as we've all come...
    Everyone is vulnerable to the threat of cybercriminals or hackers getting access to your information, but the threats aren’t equal for everyone. WIRED UKThis story originally appeared on WIRED UK. The average person will likely face fewer sophisticated threats than, say, a senior politician, activist or CEO. More high-profile figures may be targeted with phishing emails that are looking to steal secrets from corporate networks or initiate the transfer of large sums of money. You, your friends and your family will likely face different threats: from people you know seeking revenge, or, more likely, crime groups using automated tools to scoop up credentials en masse. “We all like to think that we’re not susceptible to social engineering or other kinds of cyberattacks but the truth is that even intelligent, self-aware people still get caught up in online scams that can have very damaging consequences,” says Jake Moore, a cybersecurity specialist...
    A SHOCKING photo shown to court today shows Johnny Depp passed out and covered in ice cream - causing Amber Heard to brand him "pathetic". The Hollywood star can be seen dozing with his mouth wide open and the treat "all over him" on the day he was due to enter rehab, it was said. 10A photo of Johnny Depp covered in ice cream apparently passed out was shown to court Heard had taken the picture of Depp He is sitting cross-legged on a leather sofa propped up by a mismatch of pillows. Wearing a shirt and braces, the actor is said to be passed out with his mouth wide open. The High Court heard today: Johnny Depp claimed Amber Heard was the aggressor in the relationship The actor claimed he contracted a bacterial infection after severing his finger in Australia Depp denied he had been violent to his then...
    When you buy through our links, we may earn money from our affiliate partners. Learn more. Parade Parade is a body-positive underwear startup that prioritizes inclusivity and affordability. The brand carries sizes XS-3XL, a wide range of colors, and six styles, and its underwear is $9 or $10 per pair. The company also uses 85% recycled fabric, compostable packaging, and donates 1% of its profits to Planned Parenthood to support sexual education. Read more: The best women's underwear you can buy  Parade, a young underwear startup, is one body-positive brand waxing in popularity as longtime industry icons such as Victoria's Secret wane. You've probably seen its ads on Instagram by now, full of unapologetically bright colors and models that look like they all hang out in real life. Along with others like Thirdlove and True&Co., Parade is among a new wave of brands that emphasize inclusivity...
    The members of Dream Street recently reunited to honor their late bandmate Chris Trousdale, who died earlier this month. On Thursday, musicians Jesse McCartney, Greg Raposo, Matt Ballinger and Frankie Galasso took to Instagram to share a video of themselves singing their 2001 hit “It Happens Every Time” in honor of Trousdale on what would have been his 35th birthday. In the three-minute-long video, the group virtually reconnected, belting out the tune from their respective homes. Clips from their time together, as well as of Trousdale, were also shown. PLAYBOY PLAYMATE ASHLEY MATTINGLY'S CAUSE OF DEATH REVEALED "It Happens Every Time In Loving Memory of our friend Chris Trousdale. 6.11.85-6.2.20 #DreamStreet," McCartney, 33, captioned his post, while Ballinger, 35, wrote a similar sentiment. Raposo, 35, wrote: "Honored to have been asked to host. Even in death your show was sold out. Thank you everyone for coming together to celebrate his life. He’d be proud. So much LOVE here for you." "In Loving memory...
    Get all the latest news on coronavirus and more delivered daily to your inbox. Sign up here. Sarah Ferguson penned a sweet note to her daughter Princess Beatrice on what would've been the royal's wedding day to fiancé Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi. "Love you my darling Beatrice," Ferguson, 60, wrote on Instagram on Friday. "You have given me more joy than I could ever wish for. I am so excited to celebrate yours and Edo’s love when we all are out of lockdown. "The most important thing is health and love and today I send it to you and all the other people that were getting married during this time .. so proud of you all," Ferguson concluded her message. SARAH FERGUSON SAYS SHE’S ‘EXCITED’ TO JOIN NETWORKING PLATFORM, ANNOUNCES JOB TITLE Ferguson also shared a photo of Beatrice, 31, as a child. Last month, it was revealed that Beatrice and Mozzi's nuptial reception would not be taking place on its originally...
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