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    BEAT The Chasers is to return with an explosive celebrity version where stars battle to outwit The Beast and his co-stars. The popular ITV quiz show will pit famous famous against the formidable Chasers. 1Beat The Chasers is set to return with a celebrity versionCredit: Rex Features Returning for a third series the RTS nominated programme, hosted by actor Bradley Walsh will allow celebrities to win big money prizes for charity. For the first time ever there will be not one, but two celebrity specials. The debut series topped ratings records, becoming the biggest new entertainment series since the launch of BGT. Most read in News TVHIDING HER BUMP?Anna Duggar covers up tummy with Maryella, 1, as fans think she's pregnantExclusiveCOUNTING ON ROMANCE?Counting On fans suspect Jana is dating pilot Stephen WissmannWHO'S THAT GIRL?Mama June's daughter Alana unrecognizable with face full of makeupSPOILED STORMIKylie's daughter totes $1390 Prada bag in...
    Actor Alec Baldwin told fans to mind their own business Monday after people questioned the birth of baby number six with Hilaria (Hillary) Baldwin. An Instagram user commented on Alec’s post about the baby asking who the mother was. Hilaria (Hillary) gave birth to baby number five in September. Hilaria Baldwin Shares Name of Her Baby Girl After Announcing Arrival of Sixth Child​ https://t.co/ihOvTBb9d3 — People (@people) March 2, 2021 “Who’s the mother? She wasn’t pregnant,” the commenter wrote, Page Six noted. “She gave birth six months ago. If it was a surrogate just say that. If the baby was adopted just say that. If the baby was the product of an affair and you’ve decided to raise it with your wife just say that. If you don’t want to say anything – why don’t you both stop constantly posting and begging for clickbait. Just raise you 100 children...
    A veteran Texas medical examiner has been suspended from conducting autopsies in homicide cases after several inconsistencies were found in at least two of his reports - including missing a bullet in a teenage murder victim's body. Dr. Marc Krouse, who has worked for the Tarrant County Medical Examiner's office since 1981, has been prohibited from performing homicide-related autopsies since November, the Star Telegram reported. The chief deputy medical examiner's suspension came shortly after he performed an autopsy on 19-year-old murder victim Alfredo Olivares, who was shot to death in Forth Worth in September.  While Olivares was shot twice, Krouse noted in his September 19 report that the teen only had one gunshot wound on his left lower back and listed his cause of death as 'a gunshot wound to the abdomen'.  However, when another medical examiner reviewed Krouse's report the following month, they noted several inconsistencies, including that images from...
    Pieck infiltrates the island of Paradis | Studio MAPPA Season 4 of « Attack On Titan » ended on Episode 12 with a shocking reveal: there are a spy in the middle of Paradis Island, one that could point out some really bad things that are about to happen. You might also be interested in: Xbox Games Denies « Elden Ring » « World Premiere » Rumors The final scene of « Guides » shows how Paradis Island residents are reacting to the rise of the militant dissident group of Eren jaeger, the « Jaegeristas ». As people debate the sudden drastic turn in Eldian politics, the camera scrolls to reveal a “citizen” watching the confusion. While pretending to read a newspaper, a close-up reveals that the person in question undercover is the Titan Cart, Pieck. Pieck has become a fan favorite for being a quiet, cunning, and tough character in Marley’s warrior unit, possibly the...
    Timing is everything, especially bad timing. And what could have been worse than for Prince Harry to be gazing out of television screens all over the world yesterday with another incendiary blast about the misery of his privileged life just as his grandfather Prince Philip was leaving one London hospital by ambulance for another? Even allowing for the fact that Harry had no control over when the trailer for his and Meghan's upcoming 'no subject off-limits' interview with Oprah Winfrey was to be aired — there is another question here: a question of taste. His comments, recorded last month, that the couple's decision to leave Britain for a new life in Los Angeles had been 'unbelievably tough' are not new, but the implied criticism of the Royal Family in the melodramatic trailer — at a time when the focus is on Philip — looks both insensitive and thoughtless. Prince...
    Self-described neo-Nazi sentenced to 19 years for plot to blow up synagogue Lady Gaga: New surveillance video shows the horrific attack on dog walker In a Friday news dump for the ages, Major League Soccer announced at 7:49 p.m. Eastern Friday that Ron Burkle, the planned majority owner of the upcoming MLS expansion team in Sacramento (and the co-owner of the NHL’s Pittsburgh Penguins, and a billionaire from his The Yucaipa Companies private equity firm) has pulled out of the project. That doesn’t necessarily mean that there won’t be a MLS team in Sacramento in 2023 as planned (initially 2022, but bumped a year last July “as a result of the coronavirus pandemic,” with the current Sacramento Republic FC slated to play in the USL Championship until then); another majority owner could step up. But it does mean that expansion now looks a lot less certain. Here’s the MLS...
    The "epic" WhatsApp conversation with his future landlady sweeps Twitter: beware of the question
    WHO Wants To Be A Millionaire? fans were left shocked when a contestant went home with just £1,000 after “forgetting about lifelines”. ITV viewers were left baffled on Sunday night when Bhupinder Kaler took a gamble on a question despite having two lifelines remaining. 6 Bhupinder Kaler took a gamble despite having two lifelines left The solicitor from Greenwich in London was gutted when she lost £7,000 on the show and said that she regretted not using her lifelines. Going for £16,000, the contestant was asked the following question: “The term Luddite originally applied to disgruntled workers in which industry?” She was given the options of farming, mining, textile or ceramics. The contestant was clueless about the answer but instead of phoning a friend with her two available lifelines, she took a risky guess. 6 The contestant went for the £16,000 question An unsure Bhupinder...
    WHO Wants To Be A Millionaire's Jeremy Clarkson almost wiped out a contestant's jackpot with an epic question blunder on tonight's show. The 60-year-old host was called upon to help contestant Ray Mann win £64,000 on the ITV quiz show. 5Jeremy Clarkson almost wiped out a Who Wants To Be A Millionaire contestants jackpot on Sunday's show Ray had set his safety net at the same time, so if he got it wrong he would lose £31,000. The question was: "In which of these films does Meryl Streep play a wholly fictional character and not one based on a real person?" His options were Out of Africa, The Hours, The Post and Suffragette. Ray immediately ruled out Out of Africa and Suffragette but was stuck between The Hours and The Post. 5Ray Mann needed help on the £64,000 question 5He phoned a friend but they didn't know...
    How much longer will North Carolina basketball coach Roy Williams lead the Tar Heels before retiring? Roy Williams is fighting to get North Carolina basketball back in the NCAA Tournament but are sitting squarely on the bubble in the second half of February. The Tar Heels ultimately should make March Madness barring any big upsets, but the lack of signature wins thus far leaves the Heels in the position they’re in. Williams, 70, is in his 18th season on the North Carolina bench after 15 years with the Kansas Jayhawks. His second act in his Hall of Fame career is why he’s one of the best NCAA basketball coaches to ever grace the game. However, he’s near the end of his career with only a few more years left in him before retiring. Now. he’s unlikely to walk away and call it a career at the end of this year...
    To stop the spread of new variants, the Germans have been filtering entries since Sunday from Czechia and Austrian Tyrol, two regions where new cases are exploding. Every second vehicle has to turn around at the border. By Christophe Bourdoiseau Posted on 02/16/2021 at 2:35 p.m. Correspondent in Berlin On had not seen such a spectacle for a long time at a former border of the European Union. More than 30 kilometers of traffic jams on Monday morning to go from Czechia to Germany! At issue: the decision without notice, Friday, of the German Federal Ministry of the Interior to filter entries from Sunday from two regions in which the number of cases is exploding with new variants: the Austrian Tyrol and the Czech Republic, where the incidence rate almost reached 500 on Monday against less than 60...
    THE Chase brainbox Mark Labbett left show host Bradley Walsh giggling as he faltered at a maths question - despite being a teacher in the subject for the past 20 years. The ITV star, known as The Beast, struggled with a question about composite numbers - these being a number which is a whole number, which can be made by multiplying other whole numbers. 5The Chase star Mark Labbett left fans stunned when he got a maths question wrongCredit: ITV All whole numbers above one are given the title composite or prime and, at the height of Monday's The Chase, show host Bradley Walsh asked: "In maths, what is the first composite number?" The answer options were listed as two, four or six, with both the contestant and Mark opting for the number two. The correct answer was given as four, leaving the Chaser less than impressed. He remarked:...
    Michael Van der Veen, an attorney for former President TrumpDonald TrumpNRCC finance chair: Republicans who voted for Trump impeachment will not be penalized Blinken, UN head share first call after US rejoins Climate Accords, WHO GOP senators met with Trump's impeachment team to talk strategy MORE, got into a verbal scuffle with Sen. Bernie SandersBernie SandersSenators show signs of fatigue on third day of Trump trial Khanna calls for further action from Biden on Yemen Progressive groups call on Pelosi, Schumer to prioritize women in COVID-19 relief package MORE (I-Vt.), after the progressive lawmaker asked him during Friday's impeachment trial question-and-answer session if he believes Trump won the 2020 election. Sanders submitted a question noting that the House impeachment managers have claimed that Trump was carrying out a "big lie," repeatedly stating that he actually won the election instead of now-President BidenJoe BidenWashington Post economics reporter: Federal Reserve counters arguments that...
    Conservative radio show host Mark Levin criticized Ted Cruz in a rare move over an op-ed where the senator argued that a former president “can be impeached and tried” as the Senate has the constitutional jurisdiction to do so. “It's one of the rare occasions where I strongly disagree with him,” Levin said at the beginning of his radio show Wednesday evening. “He said ‘the constitutional question of whether a former president can be impeached or tried after he has left office is a close legal question.’” Levin questioned how it was a close legal question as “it's never been done before to a president.” In his op-ed, Cruz said, “Article I, Section 2 of the Constitution gives the House ‘the sole Power of impeachment,’ and Section 3 gives the Senate ‘the sole Power to try all impeachments.’" “At the time the Constitution was adopted, there was meaningful...
    The second impeachment trial of Donald J. Trump—this time for inciting an insurrection—kicks off Tuesday with four hours of argument on whether it’s constitutional to hold an impeachment trial for someone who is no longer in office. If that sounds familiar, it’s because the Senate already voted once on this question, with five Republicans joining Democrats to say yes, it is. The quality of the Trump team’s argument was previewed when one of the lawyers they cited in a pre-trial document said they misrepresented his work. Assuming Republicans once again join Democrats in moving the trial forward, the coming days will bring up to 16 hours of arguments over two days from both the House impeachment managers and Trump’s defense team, followed by up to four hours of questions from senators, possibly followed by debate over whether to allow witnesses and subpoenas. At no point should we lose sight of the fact that this...
    EMMERDALE fans were all left with the same thought as Eric was left with no choice but to look after twins Cathy and Heath. The youngsters returned to the soap last week to cause trouble for the businessman. Visit our Emmerdale page for the latest gossip Find all Emmerdale spoilers here 5Emmerdale's Heath and Cathy have been giving Eric Pollard a hard timeCredit: Rex Features The twins have been raised by their father Bob Hope and his former partner Brenda, after their mother Viv died in an explosion in 2011. However, Bob has recently been spending more time with new beau Wendy, meaning the twins are usually with Brenda but when she is busy running the café, her partner Eric has been forced to look after Cathy and Heath. This has left Emmerdale fans scratching their heads as to why Bob is not taking more parental responsibility....
    White House press secretary Jen Psaki demurred on Friday in response to a reporter’s question about whether congressional Democrats would support making a deal with Iran, but said it was “smart” to ask. “There is going to be a principals’ meeting on Iran today,” NBC reporter Kristen Welker noted during the daily press briefing at the White House, in reference to a Cabinet meeting at the White House. “President Biden so far has not … moved forward with negotiations for a new Iran nuclear deal. What is the time frame for that to happen, and does he think he’ll be able to get Democrats on board with this?” Psaki complimented the question, but didn’t venture a guess as to whether congressional Democrats would be interested in a new nuclear deal with Iran. President Barack Obama entered a deal with Iran in 2015 before President Donald Trump pulled out of it in...
    Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Jalen Hurts doesn’t know what the future holds, but he’s still putting in the work. Entering the offseason, it’s not known who will start at QB for the Eagles after the hiring of head coach Nick Sirianni. No matter what happens, it sounds like the former Oklahoma and Alabama star will stay ready. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football)   View this post on Instagram   A post shared by Jalen Hurts (@jalenhurts) Hurts said the following when asked by Reuben Frank who will be the starting man under center for the Eagles in 2021: That’s a great question, that’s a great question. I’ll tell you that I’m putting the work in on my end, trying to build those relationships with my guys. I’m excited for this offseason, just excited to take that next step, so regardless of what’s what, I’m...
    It was announced a few days ago Microsoft patented the idea of ​​being able to establish a virtual conversation with a dead person via chatbot Like a friend, a relative, an acquaintance, a fictional character and a famous person. This worthy Black Mirror idea created a fair amount of buzz on social media, which is The plan was accused of being unethical and existent “Trouble”. However, it was for this last reason The company changed its mind and decided to bury the project, So The chatbot that pretended to be talking to the dead did not see the light. Said Tim O’Brien, general manager of Microsoft for artificial intelligence programs There are no plans to further develop the idea, which is admittedly “troublesome”. That’s it Artificial speaker aimed at simulating the characteristics of the person in question, “Style, discourse, tone, voice, purpose, length of your conversation, complexity, themes or consistency...
    WANDAVISION answered fans' biggest question as they revealed a game-changing character death in episode four. Viewers have been given very little clue as to what's happening to Wanda (Elizabeth Olsen) and Vision (Paul Bettany) in their sitcom-inspired superhero show. The best kids shows on Netflix The best series on Disney+ New on Netflix: What to watch this week   7A huge death was unveiled in WandaVision However, episode four finally explained what's going on in the town of Westview - and it doesn't look good for the Scarlett Witch. The episode reveals that the Geraldine is actually Monica Rambeau (Teyonah Parris) - who Marvel fans will know as the little girl from 2019's Captain Marvel. She is an agent of SWORD, an organisation tasked with protecting the Earth from extra-terrestrial threats. In an investigation she meets up with Agent Woo (Randall Park, Ant-Man)...
    Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA) held a town hall in Georgia on Wednesday as she came under fire for reportedly indicating support for violence against prominent Democrats in old social media posts, and after an old video of her confronting Parkland shooting survivor David Hogg went viral.  Reporter Meredith Aldis with the NBC-affiliated TV station WRCB said she was invited to the event, and was told when she got there that she wouldn't be allowed to speak to Greene or guests. When she later tried to ask Greene a question about calls for her expulsion from Congress in connection with her social media activity, Greene replied, "I'm talking to my constituents," interrupting Aldis. A staffer told Aldis that she and her crew would have to leave, and two sheriff's deputies were waved over to escort them out, according to Aldis. She says she was told if they stayed on the property they...
    Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene continues to distinguish herself as an opponent of the basic tenets of U.S. democracy and basic f’ing decency. She’s already spent months pushing for the 2020 presidential election to be overturned. She’s done a lot of assassination-friendly social media. She harassed the teenage survivors of a mass shooting. And on Wednesday night she had a local television news crew threatened with arrest for asking a question at a town hall event. Greene continues to be a member of the House Republican caucus in good standing, notwithstanding a spokesperson for House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy saying that McCarthy “plans to have a conversation with the Congresswoman” about her history of positive responses to assassination threats against people like Speaker Nancy Pelosi. Sign and send the petition: Congress must expel Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene for being a direct threat. On Wednesday night, reporters were told that they could attend the Dalton, Georgia, event...
    Modern, trans-seasonal and always cool – the hue white ranks predominantly on Fashion Basics 101 chart. Rasika Dugal quite rightly puts forth the rhetorical question of What’s not right in white? Dripping timeless elegance in a Mohammed Mazhar longline dress, Rasika delighted us with this vibe. Her love for monochrome is much known and appreciated as #GirlCrush Rasika Dugal mixes things up a bit and goes back to basics. A promotional vibe for Mirzapur 2, Rasika’s white vibe was perfected with silver strappy pumps and statement jewellery. She was styled by Shounak Amonkar and Pranay Jaitley of Who Wore What When. On the fashion front, Rasika has worked out a fine fashion arsenal featuring homegrown labels and designers. Deemed as a thinking audiences’ delight, the multifaceted Rasika always delights with her spontaneity and versatility. Her fine on-screen repertoire spanning 10 years conquering saw her transitioning from the then nascent...
    It may be too early to call this definitively, but the White House Press Corps’ breakout star under the week-old Biden Administration appears to be Fox News’ Peter Doocy. The network’s newly-minted chief White House correspondent has thus far served as a leading voice of scrutiny amid a gaggle of reporters in the press corps — a number of whom are apparently under the spell of either Jen Psaki’s calming demeanor or President Joe Biden’s charm offensive. And as a result, Biden and Doocy appear to have something of a … budding bromance? This thin line between love and hate was on full display following a Biden public appearance in which he provided a statement and signed executive actions on racial equity. As he left the dais, Doocy shouted a question, “What did you talk to Vladimir Putin about?” Not missing a beat, Biden showed a quick wit his detractors...
    DARRAGH ‘The Menace’ Ennis may be the new Chaser on the block, but he almost quit his job in dramatic fashion. The Irish quizzer made his debut on ITV series on Thursday, November 19 and made his return to the show on Monday since not having appeared since Wednesday, December 2. 4The Chase's Darragh Ennis threatened to 'walk off' set amid his return to the showCredit: ITV In his return, he went up against the formidable team of Paul, Mandy, Jamie and Emma who gave him a run for his money. But Darragh argued the questions weren't fair as pastor Emma got asked something within her field of expertise, because in her spare time the woman of the cloth also dabbled in singing and song writing. Host Bradley Walsh asked her: “What musical term describes a connecting passage between two sections of a composition?” She correctly answered Bridge, as did...
    A WHO Wants To Be A Millionaire contestant has shocked viewers with a swear-filled rant after failing an easy question and bagging just £1k. Sunday's show saw Bristol-born Justin Beattie take to the chair opposite host Jeremy Clarkson to try and win the million pound prize. 4A Who Wants to be a Millionaire contestant swore when he got an easy answer wrong on Sunday's show Justin made good progress through the first few questions and still had all four lifelines when it came to answering the one that would win him £32,000. The question was to guess which sportsman had retired aged 26, only to make a comeback - unsuccessfully - eight years later. His options were Bjorn Borg, George Foreman, Alain Prost and Carl Lewis, and Justin was utterly convinced it was Carl. After giving Jeremy his "final answer", the host paused and then said: "That's the...
    The Yankees are thinking upside when it comes to starting pitching in 2021. Because they clearly are not relying on sure things. They already have reached agreement this month with former two-time Cy Young award winner Corey Kluber, who threw one inning in 2020. Now, they are talking with the Pirates about Jameson Taillon, who did not pitch at all last year following his second Tommy John surgery. The Pirates, perhaps more in rebuild mode than any team in the majors, already traded one starter, Joe Musgrove, to the Padres and their top slugger, first baseman Josh Bell, to the Nationals. They are open for business and have let teams know they would move another starter. An executive from neither the Pirates nor Yankees whose team has been involved in the starting pitching market described the Bombers as strong front-runners for Taillon. An agent who does not represent Taillon said...
    Texas man charged in Capitol riots threatened to kill Rep. Ocasio-Cortez Giving up the ‘Golden Goose’ how the Trump presidency shaped the media and what’s to come Coach K gets testy with student reporter over postgame question Coach K got testy with a student reporter after Duke’s 70-65 loss to Louisville on Saturday. © Courier Journal-USA TODAY Sports Mike Krzyzewski has been doing a lot of this over the last few years. A student reporter asked Mike Krzyzewski during his postgame press conference where the team goes from here. Coach K took issue with the question. Rather than just say his Blue Devils were not prepared to think about what’s next yet, he tried to teach the young reporter a lesson. pic.twitter.com/OEhaZbmFfq — Kyle Boone (@Kyle__Boone) January 24, 2021 Obviously in a bad mood because his team lost, Krzyzewski took some of that out on the reporter. Coach...
    Two weeks after riling up a crowd of Trump supporters with claims of election fraud ahead of the Jan. 6 Capitol riot, GOP Rep. Madison Cawthorn tried to rehabilitate his stance on the presidential election on Saturday night—only to have his entire argument fall apart in spectacular fashion. Pressed by CNN’s Pamela Brown to explain what evidence had motivated him to contest the election results in the first place, Cawthorn visibly struggled to string together a coherent argument. “The things that I was not objecting to the election on behalf of was things like Dominion voting machines changing ballots, or these U-Haul trucks pulling up filled with ballots for Joe Biden as president. The thing I was objecting for is things like, like I said in the state of Wisconsin, particularly in the town of Madison … there was an appointed official in that town who actually went against the...
    BORIS Johnson tonight warned the end of lockdown remains an "open question" as he insisted Brits will live with coronavirus for "a long while" yet. The Prime Minister said he would take a cautious approach when easing restrictions in a bid to avoid a resurgence of the spread. ???? Read our coronavirus live blog for the latest news & updates 2Boris Johnson tonight warned Brits will have to live with the virus for 'a long while to come'Credit: Getty Images - Getty It comes as scientists fear the new mutant strain of coronavirus could be almost twice as deadly as the original virus. And the government's chief scientific adviser said the bug was "probably going to be around forever" - although it would be more controlled. When asked when measures could be lifted in light of the new variant, Boris Johnson told tonight's Downing Street press conference: "I think...
    UK prime minister Boris Johnson is not a conservative but, he is a blithering idiot. He has just confirmed this by insisting that there is ‘nothing wrong’ with being woke. True, it was a floundering response to a tricksy question about President Joe Biden asked by a journalist from the left-wing TV channel Sky News. But to appreciate what a spineless, craven, ideological pigmy Johnson is you only have to consider how Margaret Thatcher would have answered the same question. Margaret Thatcher would have said, in no uncertain terms, that there is EVERYTHING wrong with being woke. We know this because Mrs Thatcher always spoke her mind, answered questions directly and honestly, and fully understood that ideologies like communism and socialism – or their modern variant ‘wokism’ – are not merely wrong and stupid but dangerous. Woke means statues being torn down by historically illiterate mobs; the race-baiting divisiveness of...
    President Biden told a reporter to give him a "break” in response to a question about his plan to distribute coronavirus vaccines. "When I announced it, you all said it wasn't possible,” Biden told Zeke Miller of the Associated Press when asked if 100 million vaccines within 100 days was too low of a goal. "Come on, gimme a break, man." .@JoeBiden is asked by a reporter about his vaccine rollout plan. His response?"Give me a break, man. It's a good start." pic.twitter.com/NVntZIF2NC— Washington Examiner (@dcexaminer) January 21, 2021 Biden, and the press in general, were promptly mocked on social media after the exchange. *Asks serious question*Biden: Come on manMedia: pic.twitter.com/C0J8EYMhQ4— The Daily Wire (@realDailyWire) January 21, 2021 I'm starting a thread here where I will count every time Biden says "Come on, man!" for the next four years: pic.twitter.com/lyjlT1IZRl— Caleb Hull (I'm With the CCP Don't Ban Me) (@CalebJHull)...
    President Biden’s media coverage at the beginning of his presidency starkly contrasts with his predecessor President Trump, Fox News contributor Joe Concha said on Thursday. "I went back and watched some of the clips from 2017 when President Trump was inaugurated and it was called dark, it was called dystopian, it was called divisive. Certainly, a contrast between the two inaugurations," Concha told "Fox & Friends." PSAKI SAYS SHE WILL BRING 'TRUTH AND TRANSPARENCY BACK' DURING FIRST WHITE HOUSE PRESS BRIEFING Media outlets came under fire from even mainstream outlets for not hiding their enthusiasm for the advent of the Biden administration. CNN pundit-turned-White House press secretary Jen Psaki also held her first press briefing on Wednesday and the mostly friendly questions were a stark contrast to the way media members treated the Trump administration's first event.   Psaki left CNN to take a gig as a senior adviser for...
    How do you spell “Brady?” G-O-A-T. Doesn’t matter the uniform, the GOAT is still the GOAT, apparently, and this year Tom Brady has another opportunity to rattle off four more playoff wins and win another Super Bowl, once again defeating Father Time and sending Bill Belichick facedown into his chowder this winter This year, though, it’s in a Buccaneers uniform and not a Patriots one, planning to earn two more wins vs. NFC opponents for a trip to Super Bowl 55, his potential 10th Super Bowl appearance. This weekend, Brady and the Bucs take on the Saints for the third time in the 2020 season, with TB12 looking for his first win over the Saints as a member of the Bucs. In 42 playoff games, Brady has set a multitude of records: most games started (42), most wins (31), most touchdown passes (75), most passing yards (11,388) and so forth....
    The Yankees are taking a flier on Corey Kluber. The two-time AL Cy Young Award winner agreed on an $11 million deal that brings him to The Bronx, The Post’s Joel Sherman confirmed on Friday, pending a physical. Kluber held a showcase on Wednesday after two injury-filled seasons placed question marks around him. The workout, held in a Palm Beach Gardens, Fla. facility, was run by Yankees director of health and performance, Eric Cressey. Sources told The Post that Kluber threw 89-91 mph while throwing 30 pitches in front of roughly 25 teams, including the Mets. The 34-year-old righty made eight starts over the past two seasons, losing most of 2019 — his final season with the Indians — to a fractured right arm, and being done in by shoulder issues after one inning with the Rangers. Kluber worked with both Cressey and Yankees pitching coach Matt Blake in...
    Samantha Lee/Insider You need to have a hard and honest talk with your husband about what's been going on for the past few years. But before that, you need to reflect on why you're so disinterested in sex with him. A disinterest in sex can stem from anxiety, a lack of foreplay, certain medications that mess with libido, and body image issues. Once you can pinpoint why you're not interested in sex, have a non-judgmental conversation about how you've both been feeling. You should offer solutions for how to move forward, and ask your husband for his suggestions too. Have a question for Julia? Fill out this anonymous form. All questions will be published anonymously. You can read more Doing It Right here.  Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. My husband and I remarried each other 11 years ago. We have 40-year history together.  He treats me very...
    If they solve this question, they could figure out how many galaxies there are in the universe. How dark is the space? It is a question that scientists of the POT. And that they also try to solve with the data that the mission can provide them New horizons. The US agency’s space probe must be located somewhere near Pluto, studying the kuiper belt. But many will wonder: why does NASA want to know how dark space is? They detail that, if they know the answer to this question, they could estimate the number of galaxies in the universe. There are some that are very far away and difficult to detect, but you can still detect a flash of energy. So, knowing the amount of dark matter, they could approach the number of galaxies there are. To achieve it not only New Horizons will participate. They will also need...
    Congressman Jim Jordan (R-OH), one of President Donald Trump’s most ardent backers, refused to acknowledge that President-elect Joe Biden won the 2020 election “fair and square” under questioning from a House Democrat. In a fiery exchange during a meeting of the House Rules Committee Tuesday morning, committee chair Rep. Jim McGovern (D-MA) grilled Jordan — in an effort to get the Ohio congressman to state that Biden won a fair contest. “Will you admit that Joe Biden won fair and square?” McGovern asked Jordan. “And the election was not rigged or stolen?” After a brief audio cutout, Jordan replied by launching into a full commentary — rather than directly answering the question. “What I did over the past several months is follow the process that the Constitution prescribed,” Jordan said, before McGovern interjected. “That’s not the question I asked,” McGovern said. “I’ll get to the question,” Jordan said. “But I’m...
    Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day was assassinated on April 4, 1968. Nearly 53 years after his death, take a look back at inspiring quotes from the civil rights leader in honor of his legacy."Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere." (Letter from Birmingham City Jail)"We must use time creatively, in the knowledge that the time is always ripe to do right." (Letter from Birmingham City Jail)"The ultimate measure of a man is not where he stands in moments of comfort and convenience, but where he stands at times of challenge and controversy." (1963 book Strength to Love)"Oh, there will be a day, the question won't be, 'How many awards did you get in life?' Not that day ... The question that day will not be, 'What kind of automobile did you have?' On that day the question will be, 'What did you do for others?'" ("The Three Dimensions...
    Seconds after the final buzzer, the fake noise machine was turned off and the Garden was dead silent — like the Knicks’ offense. It’s not a catastrophe. The Knicks still have five victories after nine games. In 2019-20, the Knicks didn’t notch their fifth win until the season’s 25th game, and only after David Fizdale had been fired and Mike Miller had been promoted. Nevertheless, this stunk, it really stunk — this 101-89 home loss Friday to the rebuilding, no-name Thunder. By any standard, this was a nightmare offensive performance, as empty as the blue seats after the Knicks had won five of their last six. Maybe it was seeing Miller as an assistant on the Oklahoma City sidelines that reminded them of last season’s losing ways. Or maybe the Knicks just got tired legs after all the minutes their important players have logged. Yes, that has been pegged as...
    More from: Marc Berman Tom Thibodeau shouldnt get all the credit for Knicks resurgence Knicks giving fan base a reason to hope No Knicks boos makes for sobering night at Garden Empty Garden could be Knicks advantage this season Tom Thibodeau already looks like a big Knicks upgrade Seconds after the final buzzer, the fake noise machine was turned off and the Garden was dead silent — like the Knicks’ offense. It’s not a catastrophe. The Knicks still have five victories after nine games. In 2019-20, the Knicks didn’t notch their fifth win until the season’s 25th game, and only after David Fizdale had been fired and Mike Miller had been promoted. Nevertheless, this stunk, it really stunk — this 101-89 home loss Friday to the rebuilding, no-name Thunder. By any standard, this was a nightmare offensive performance, as empty as the blue seats after the Knicks had won...
    Alaska Sen. Lisa Murkowski, R, called on President Trump to resign Friday and questioned her future within the Republican Party.  "I want him to resign. I want him out. He has caused enough damage," Murkowski said in an interview, according to the Anchorage Daily News.  "I think he should leave. He said he’s not going to show up. He’s not going to appear at the inauguration. He hasn’t been focused on what is going on with COVID," she said. "He’s either been golfing or he’s been inside the Oval Office fuming and throwing every single person who has been loyal and faithful to him under the bus, starting with the vice president," she continued. "He needs to do the good thing, but I don’t think he’s capable of doing a good thing," she said. Murkowski is the first Republican to call on Trump to resign, though Sen. Ben Sasse, R-Neb., said he might...
    New York Yankees News/Rumors: Brett Gardner’s future under more question with today’s trade By: William Parlee January 6, 2021 ShareTweetFlipRedditToday the New York Yankees have acquired from the San Deigo Padres outfielder Greg Allen, putting the Yankee’s own veteran, Brett Gardner, in even more jeopardy for his return to Yankees Stadium. Joel Sherman, an MLB.com baseball insider, has reported that this afternoon the Yankees reached a trade deal with the Padres that will bring Greg Allen to the Yankee for James Reeves, a former 10th round pick of the Yankees back in 2015. The lefty pitcher has mostly served as a reliever for the Bombers in their minor league system, making it as high as Triple-A in 2018. He owns a career 2.30 ERA and 1.06 WHIP across 137 minor league games. This move should dull the news that the Yankees might be...
    Getty Rockets' James Harden (L) & Ex-Celtic Ray Allen (R). As ESPN‘s Jalen Rose put it, James Harden is an “acquired taste.” One of the most lethal scorers in NBA history, he also happens to move to the beat of his own drum. On the surface, acquiring a former league MVP and reigning three-time scoring champ such as Harden seems like a no-brainer. However, his ball-centric style could prove to do more harm than good if not placed in the proper situation. One of those potential situations is with the Boston Celtics, whom Harden reportedly added to his list of preferred teams were he to be traded. Yet, even if wing Jaylen Brown were involved in a deal to bring Harden to Massachusetts, it would still leave the ever-rising Jayson Tatum behind for Harden to duke it out with for looks, all while operating within the confinements of...
    Attorney General William Barr personally questioned the last inmate to share a cell with Jeffrey Epstein before the multimillionaire sex offender died by suicide, a source told the New York Daily News. Epstein was found hanging from cloth tied to a bed frame early on Aug. 10, 2019, rocking the highest levels of the Justice Department. Investigators' attention turned to Efrain 'Stone' Reyes, who had been transferred out of a cell he shared with Epstein the day before the suicide at the Metropolitan Correctional Center in lower Manhattan. Reyes' niece and other sources previously told the Daily News that Reyes was moved to the privately run Queens Detention Center, which holds cooperating witnesses. Efrain 'Stone' Reyes, 51 (left), was the last inmate to share a cell with Jeffrey Epstein (right) before his August 2019 suicide. He was interviewed personally by Attorney General Bill Barr Following Epstein's death,...
    HOUSTON (AP) — The Houston Texans know Deshaun Watson is the quarterback they need to lead them next year and beyond. After that, things are a lot murkier for the franchise, which finished this season at 4-12 after winning the AFC South the previous two years. First on the list of priorities for the Texans is to hire a coach and general manager. Houston fired Bill O’Brien, who manned both roles, after an 0-4 start and Romeo Crennel finished out the season as interim coach. The Texans have already interviewed former Detroit coach Jim Caldwell and former Bengals coach Marvin Lewis, and are said to be interested in Kansas City offensive coordinator Eric Bieniemy and Indianapolis defensive coordinator Matt Eberflus, among other candidates. Houston’s next general manager will have the tall task of improving the team without a pick in the first or second round of this year’s draft. Miami...
    Saturday on FNC’s “Fox & Friends Weekend,” Sen. David Perdue (R-GA) questioned his opponent Democrat Jon Ossoff’s relationship with China and alleged the U.S. Senate hopeful had never been upfront about that relationship. Perdue was asked to respond to Fox News Channel’s Peter Doocy about the topic being dismissed by Ossoff while on the campaign trail. “This is a ripening scandal as we now know,” he said. “He hid his involvement with the Communist Chinese Party during his primary. He got caught. He lied about it. He then filed another report with the federal authorities that did disclose that he did take money from the Chinese Communist Party, and then lied about it again in a debate. This is unlike other businesses that he has. He’s not in business. I mean, he is a documentary journalist. He hasn’t really ever created an American job. This is a business bought for...
    The two stars have been besties since 1976. Oprah Winfrey celebrated her best friend Gayle King’s 66th birthday in a very 2020 way. The OWN head honcho took to Facetime to wish her bestie birthday greetings from afar amid the COVID-19 pandemic. In a new post shared on her Instagram page, Oprah and her longtime partner Steadman Graham were seen singing the “Happy Birthday” song to Gayle as she marked her milestone day. The talk show queen wore a Savage X Fenty sweatsuit as she belted out the traditional tune, and her longtime pal appeared thrilled by the gesture as she smiled widely on the other side of the screen. When Oprah encouraged Gayle to “say that number girl,” the CBS This Morning co-anchor admitted that 66 sounds okay to her. “I have no hangs ups about that,” Gayle said of her age. “Maybe I’ll feel something, Oprah, at 70.”...
    BOSTON (CBS) — It hasn’t been a very good season for the Patriots or quarterback Cam Newton. They were eliminated from the playoffs last weekend, giving the team little to play for over the final two weeks. But through the losing and his struggles on the field, Newton has remained upbeat and downright jovial. In fact, Newton was in an “extremely festive” mood when chatting with reporters Thursday afternoon. The holiday season will do that to you. Newton was in his usual good mood on Thursday, despite the fact that he is away from his family this Christmas. “I’ve got to call my kids virtually, call my family virtually. Just a time to kind of sit back and enjoy the day as a whole,” he said. “Get ahead on game-planning stuff, but not so caught up in it that you can’t enjoy it — enjoy the loved ones you have. That’s...
    The creator of the popular emoji quizzes is back with another festive edition in time for Christmas.  Nikki Spiers, of London, unwittingly became an international sensation when the cryptic quiz she sent to friends via WhatsApp over lockdown was shared around the world - and has even created her own Instagram page sharing the famous quizzes.  Now Nikki has shared her latest creation with FEMAIL, where players are challenged to identify 20 festive words and phrases based on a series of emojis.  It comes just a day after she delighted readers with her Christmas carols edition.  Do you think you can guess them all? Scroll down to take the test and then check your answer at the bottom of the story.  1. RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Can YOU guess the Christmas carol? Emoji quiz that went... Deck the halls! Photo competition...
    U.S. deaths in 2020 top 3 million, by far most ever counted Three French police officers shot dead in domestic violence incident The NBA on TNT crew roasted Kevin Durant after his awkward interview with them Kevin Durant played in his first NBA game Tuesday night since the 2019 NBA Finals and he looked pretty darn good in the Brooklyn Nets’ blowout win over his previous team, the Golden State Warriors. © Provided by For The Win File Photo After the game, in which he had 22 points in 25 minutes, Durant did an interview with the “NBA on TNT” crew that was equal parts awkward and bland. The best part came when Durant gave Charles Barkley a one-word answer on a long question. Barkley later said that KD and Kyrie Irving are tight and he thought Durant was probably annoyed with the stuff Barkley has said recently about...
    KBC 12’s recent Karamveer special episode’s special guests were Usha Khare, a Principal who hails from Madhya Pradesh, Bhopal and the Global Teacher Award-Winner Ranjit Disale from Paritewadi Solapur district, Maharashtra. The two of them were accompanied by Bollywood actor Boman Irani who surprised all of us with the plethora of knowledge and information he had while answering the tough questions that even Ranjit Disale had no idea about. By the end of the episode, we see Amitabh Bachchan appreciate Boman for his contribution and till date, we haven’t witnessed such a knowledgable Bollywood personality grace the Quiz Show. Boman first helped Usha Khare till 7th question of 40,000 and Ranjit Disale took over from the 8th question. Kaun Banega Crorepati 12: Anupa Das Becomes the Third Woman Crorepati on Amitabh Bachchan’s Quiz Show After Nazia Nasim and Mohita Sharma (Watch Video) Boman Irani won our heart by literally giving...
    After spending four years accusing the Trump administration of collusion in foreign election interference, the mainstream media appear to have changed their tune, given their lackluster coverage of Rep. Eric Swalwell, D-Calif., and his ties to an alleged Chinese spy, Sean Hannity said Thursday. "Imagine the outrage the mob, the media, Big Tech and the Democrats would have if he was a Republican or had the last name Trump," the "Hannity" host told viewers. "The reaction would be apoplectic. It would be filled with breathless hysteria, every second of every day. But because he is a Democrat from California, he's gotten now a free pass, and continues to have one. The corrupted media mob does not serve we, the American people. It only serves their agenda." Last week, Axios published a bombshell report that a woman named Fang Fang, aka Christine Fang, forged ties with Swalwell while he was a city council member in Dublin, Calif. VideoSWALWELL EXTENDS SILENCE ON INTERACTIONS WITH SUSPECTED CHINESE SPY According to the report, Fang helped fundraise for Swalwell's 2014 reelection campaign and placed an intern in his...
    Following what could be characterized as a brief holdout, embattled Houston Rockets star James Harden officially reported to training camp on December 8 — two days after his team had already begun practicing. Now, one week later, he says he’s focused on being where he is currently in spite of the fact that he has reportedly requested a trade. “Right now, I’m just focused on being here,” he said the day after making his preseason debut. The former NBA MVP and three-time league scoring champion made the declaration during his first media availability on Wednesday, as relayed by ESPN‘s Tim McMahon. However, when pressed for details on the motivation for his delayed arrival, Harden failed to provide an answer that satisfied the media member asking the question. “I was just training,” he said. When asked what exactly he was training for, the 31-year-old deadpanned, “the start of the NBA season,”...
    Samantha Lee/Insider Your husband having a child with someone else doesn't mean your marriage has to end. A therapist can help you figure out whether your husband isn't trustworthy, or if your own trust issues are clouding your judgment about his side of the story. You should also enlist a therapist for your children, who may soon learn they have another sibling. Have a question for Julia? Fill out this anonymous form. All questions will be published anonymously. You can read more Doing It Right here.  Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. My husband of 15 years just revealed he has a child from a previous relationship, and that the child was born 15 to 20 years ago. I have five kids with him. I'm not sure if my husband is lying about how recently he found out about this child. My gut tells me he knew...
    LAKEWOOD, Colo. (CBS4) — Seventy-four-year-old Christopher Avery was driving to the grocery store. Three other people were fleeing an alleged robbery at the same time. Their cars collided. Their lives collided. Avery’s life ended. (credit: CBS) Those facts are simple in their form but unbelievably heavy and complex in their outcome, according to Avery’s widow, Kathryn Severns Avery. “It is easy to torture ourselves as we read and think about this event by pondering what would have happened if my husband and the three suspects had each made different choices,” Kathryn Avery wrote to CBS4 Thursday afternoon, six days after the fatal crash. “Every choice has a consequence, either positive or negative…Far too often our choices are mindless. Now is the time to change this and to become mindful of our choices and the effects they have on ourselves and others.” Christopher Avery (credit: CBS/from family) What we know, according...
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    DENVER (CBS4)– The City of Denver and the Interfaith Alliance are one step closer to building two outdoor safe spaces for people experiencing homelessness. The second temporary use permit was approved to build a site at 16th and Pearl, but there is already a homeless camp there. (credit: CBS) “They do drugs all day, they sleep usually all day, then they get up at night and fight and argue and it’s terrible,” said one resident who talked to CBS4 on condition of anonymity. The current camp isn’t sanctioned by the city or really anyone. The resident who spoke with CBS4’s Michael Abeyta said the neighborhood has gotten so bad because of the camp, they’re afraid they will be recognized and harmed. “You get kind of used to it, but I don’t know… you try but you can’t really,” they said. (credit: CBS) On Wednesday, a temporary zoning permit was issued...
    A BAFFLED mum has desperately asked for help with her six-year-old daughter’s maths homework, admitting she thought it was a ‘trick’ question.  Despite the homework being aimed at kids in Year One, the mum was left scratching her head over a question about starfishes.  2The mum shared her six-year-old daughter's maths homework which was baffling herCredit: FAMILY LOCKDOWN TIPS & IDEAS!/Facebook She shared a snap of the schoolwork to Facebook group Family Lockdown Tips and Ideas, where it sparked a fierce debate. The mum said: “Assistance needed please. I’m thinking this is a trick question. “How do I explain this to a 6 year old. Thanks.”  She shared the question which was baffling her, which read: “In three tanks, the least amount of starfish is 4.  I’m thinking this is a trick questionMum “The most amount of starfish is 18.  “How many could there be in the middle tank?...
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    President Trump engaged in a contentious back and forth with a reporter Thursday night that was viewed millions of times in less than 24 hours. "Don't talk to me that way,” Trump said to Reuters correspondent Jeff Mason after the reporter interrupted the president following a question as to whether or not he would concede if the Electoral College declared Joe Biden the next president. “You're just a lightweight. I'm the president of the United States. Don't ever talk to the president that way." "Don't talk to me that way. You're just a lightweight. I'm the President of the United States. Don't ever talk to the president that way."@realDonaldTrump tears into a reporter who snapped at him to "just answer the question or don't" before moving on. pic.twitter.com/AMd8GQ7JU1— Washington Examiner (@dcexaminer) November 27, 2020 The clip was viewed more than 8 million times on social media as of Friday morning,...
    Two days later than planned, Seton Hall will make its season debut on Friday, and it’s anybody’s guess what to expect. After a two-week COVID-19 pause due to positive tests within the Pirates’ program, the Hall will have had just three practices to prepare for a season-opening showdown at Louisville in the ACC program’s multi-team event. It’s uncertain who will start and who will be available. Expect a lot of mixing and matching from coach Kevin Willard. This much is known: It will be a major test for a program that had plenty of question marks even without the layoff. There is a completely new backcourt after Myles Powell and Quincy McKnight graduated, and there is a new starting center now that Romaro Gill is gone. A lot is expected of Harvard grad transfer Bryce Aiken, who only had a handful of practices after missing a good portion of...
    Many members of Nick Fuentes’ white nationalist “Groyper Army” are displeased that their leader took a picture with an OnlyFans model. Hide Rachel Hejduk, who is an OnlyFans content creator, posted the photo of herself with Fuentes to Twitter. “Super cool to see @NickJFuentes today at the Georgia State Capitol,” she tweeted on Nov. 19 Hide “Who’s got the clip?!?” pic.twitter.com/cEqXfIrMXe— Trailduster6bt???????? (@trailduster6bt) November 20, 2020 Twitter His followers quickly began pointing to an old clip of Fuentes, in which he preaches that “no e-girls” are allowed. People seem to think the photo goes against that rule. “No. Show some damn discipline. Focus!” one Twitter user wrote, with an another writing, “Uh ohh, E girl alert. NICK STOP DON’T TAKE THAT PICTURE!” “NO E GIRLS!” another commenter wrote. Hide What happened to "no e-girls ever" tho?— Megumeme (@Megumemes1) November 21, 2020 While many fans were upset,...
    Joe Biden wants reporters to talk softly. He’ll be the one to carry a big stick. The president-elect went after CBS News’ Bo Erickson for pressing him on how he plans to get teachers to return to school during the coronavirus outbreak, the Daily Mail reported. “Mr. Biden, the COVID task force said it’s safe for children to be back in class,” Erickson asked Friday. He follows up by asking Biden whether he will push teacher unions to back him in efforts to get their members back to the classroom. The president-elect has the support of the unions, which generally oppose a return to in-person instruction because of the risk of infection. Biden didn’t respond, then commented icily to Erickson: “Why are you the only guy that always shouts out questions?” The Twitterati supported Erickson, the Daily Mail reported. “Good for Bo, also the idea that this was a ‘shouted’...
    New York Gov. Andrew CuomoAndrew CuomoAt least four New York sheriffs say they won't enforce Cuomo's limits on Thanksgiving gatherings Gov. Cuomo: 'We spend too much time' trying to understand Trump Cuomo threatens to sue Trump administration over vaccine distribution plan MORE (D) got into a heated exchange with reporters on Wednesday over their questions about New York City schools closing on Thursday. Tensions grew after the first question of Cuomo’s Wednesday press conference, in which Wall Street Journal reporter Jimmy Vielkind asked about whether schools would remain open on Thursday.  The briefing started about an hour before New York City Mayor Bill de BlasioBill de BlasioOvernight Health Care: US passes 250K COVID deaths | Pfizer says vaccine shows 95-percent efficacy | Coronavirus relief at a standstill New York City schools to shut down amid rise in coronavirus cases Here are the 17 GOP women newly elected to the House...
    Megyn Kelly on Wednesday revisited her infamous feud with President Trump, discussing whether she’d change anything about how she handled the situation that led to months of attacks from the then-Republican presidential nominee. “Not one word,” the former Fox News anchor told the Daily Caller in a new interview. “I 100 percent stand by the question and by my tweets the other day,” she added referring to tweets from earlier this month addressing the public spat. Kelly and Trump were locked in a months-long beef after the journalist questioned Trump about calling women “fat pigs, dogs, slobs and disgusting animals” as she moderated the GOP presidential debate in August 2015. Trump infamously quipped back, “only Rosie O’Donnell.” That prompted repeated attacks from Trump against Kelly, including calling her “not very good or professional” and saying “You could see there was blood coming out of her eyes. Blood coming out of...
    Journalist Megyn Kelly sat down with the Daily Caller for an hour-long interview and looked back on her election feud with President Donald Trump – years later, does she regret any of it? During her tenure as a Fox News anchor, Kelly moderated the first Republican presidential debate on Aug. 6. 2015, immediately asking Trump a question she knew would likely spark backlash: “You’ve called women you don’t like fat pigs, dogs, slobs and disgusting animals,” she began as Trump quickly replied that it was “only Rosie O’Donnell.” “Your Twitter account has several disparaging comments about women’s looks,” Kelly continued. “You once told a contestant on the Celebrity Apprentice it would be a pretty picture to see her on her knees. Does that sound to you like the temperament of a man we should elect as president? And how do you answer the charge from Hillary Clinton – that you...
    Trump administrations removal of gray wolf protections challenged Trump wavers between reality and election fiction with eye on his legacy during Rose Garden vaccine address Snowflakes Frank Slootman, CEO of this years hottest IPO, sets goals with one incredibly hard question Snowflake, the cloud-based data-warehousing company, has been on fire in 2020, with veteran tech CEO Frank Slootman at the center of its success. Slootman recently spoke at the CNBC Technology Executive Council Summit about the company's approach to innovation in a field dominated by tech giants. In discussion with CNBC's Jon Fortt, Slootman said that his approach to breaking leaders and talent of what he calls "incrementalism," is asking them to start by answering a straightforward question. © Provided by CNBC Frank Slootman, CEO of Snowflake, on the day of its 2020 IPO. He is known as a demanding leader, and straight shooter. Boasting the hottest...
    Secretary of State Mike Pompeo gave a series of confusing statements Tuesday when asked a question about coordinating National Security efforts with President-elect Joe Biden’s transition team, answering simply that “there will be a smooth transition to a second Trump administration.” “There will be a smooth transition to a second Trump administration,” Pompeo, speaking to reporters at a State Department press conference, stated. “We’re ready. The world is watching what’s taking place here. We’re going to count all the votes. When the process is complete, there will be electors selected.” US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo arrives for a media briefing, on November 10, 2020 (Photo by JACQUELYN MARTIN/POOL/AFP via Getty Images) “The world should have every confidence that transition necessary, to make sure the State Department is functional today, successful today, and successful with the president who is in office on January 20, a minute after noon, will also...
    Princess Diana was concerned about where the Prince of Wales was while they were apart, a former royal butler has claimed.  In tonight's episode of ITV's The Diana Interview: Revenge Of A Princess, Paul Burrell, who was a butler for the Prince and Princess of Wales, alleged that Prince Charles lived a different lifestyle when they weren't together at Highgrove in Gloucestershire. He said Princess Diana, who was mainly staying at Kensington Palace, would call him throughout the week asking where Prince Charles was, however he advised her to speak to her then-husband herself. 'Every weekend Princess Diana and the children would spend the weekend at Highgrove. But during the week I was the butler for the Prince of Wales at Highgrove. Now there were two very different lives at Highgrove - one a family unit and a single man's life in the week,' said Paul.  Former royal butler...
    Boxing fans have encountered several justifications from former WBC champion Deontay Wilder ever since his loss to Tyson Fury in February. The saga hasn’t ended, as Wilder has continued to deliver different reasons for his defeat. After blaming his trainer Mark Breland for being a double agent, Wilder said that “they” spiked his water before the fight. Meanwhile, the whole boxing community is done with this. Several people have lashed at Wilder for his recent statements. Unified lightweight champion Teofimo Lopez has called ‘The Bronze Bomber’ a “bi***” in one of his tweets, and now Frank Warren has also ruled out Wilder’s claims. Warren believes that ‘The Bronze Bomber’s claims are baseless as he has pointed out several valid factors. No wonder the Queensberry promoter isn’t buying any of those statements. Frank Warren has some words to offer for Deontay Wilder In an interaction with Daily Star (As per...
    Home vandalized after California man hangs effigy of Biden Amazon rolls out rewards program that makes it easier for drivers to get work Tom Brady does not take bait with question about Patriots One of the popular topics of discussion this year has been whether Tom Brady or Bill Belichick was the driving force behind the New England Patriots’ success. The answer is that both of them were key. But we also know that nothing in football is more valuable than having a great quarterback. © Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports Brady was asked on Thursday about the Patriots’ 2-5 record. So far, Brady has the edge in the discussion, which has to make him feel good for now. Still, he’s not ready to gloat. Brady was asked on Thursday about the Patriots’ 2-5 record. The team has not received good quarterback play and has suffered accordingly. Contrarily, Brady has...
    Loading the player... CNN White House correspondent Abby D. Phillip shared her reaction to the possible defeat of President Donald Trump from her perspective as a Black woman. Read More: CNN reporter arrested while covering Minneapolis protests, governor apologizes “For Black women, this has been really a proving moment for their political strength in carrying Joe Biden to the Democratic nomination through the primary. Black women did that,” she said. (Credit: Abby D. Phillip) The clip aired on CNN after an updated vote count on Thursday which put Democratic nominee Joe Biden ahead of Trump in the swing state Pennsylvania. Host Dana Bash introduced the possibility of Sen. Kamala Harris becoming vice president and the magnitude of a possible win. “It may not be the president, but it’s right below that and there is going to be — it’s going to be pretty remarkable to watch that,” Bash remarked...
    Philadelphia City Chairwoman Lisa Deeley declined to answer a reporter’s question on Friday about why the city took issue with Republican observers watching the counting of votes. “What is your concern with the Republican observers going in there?” a reporter could be heard asking during an afternoon press conference. “What are you worried about if they go in there and watch more closely?” Deeley replied: “There have been observers in … during the counting. You can see them in the live stream.” An appeals court on Thursday ordered that 15 Republican observers be allowed to enter the Philadelphia Convention Center, where election officials are counting election ballots, and to observe the process from six feet away. The Philadelphia City Commission had previously attempted to keep observers at a distance of 30 feet, while city Democrats have repeatedly made the case that an online web stream of the proceedings should...
    Amitabh Bachchan and Kaun Banega Crorepati 12 have landed in a new controversy. An FIR has been registered against the beloved host and the makers in Lucknow. On a recent episode of the quiz show, guests were asked about BR Ambedkar and Manusmriti. “On 25 December 1927, Dr BR Ambedkar and his followers burned copies of which scripture?” The options given were, “a) Vishnu Purana, b) Bhagavad Gita, c) Rigveda, and d) Manusmriti.” Kaun Banega Crorepati 12: FIR Against Amitabh Bachchan for Asking a Question About BR Ambedkar and Manusmriti. Many Twitterati criticised the show and called for a boycott. Filmmaker Vivek Agnihotri also tweeted against the show. Amitabh, after revealing the answer to the controversial question said, “In 1927, Dr BR Ambedkar condemned the ancient Hindu text Manusmriti to ideologically justify caste discrimination and untouchability and he also burned copies of it.” But this is not the first time when...
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    Ileana Cabra Joglar, more commonly known by iLe, is no stranger to fusing politics and music together. The Grammy-winning Puerto Rican artist's collaboration with her brother Residente and reggaeton star Bad Bunny became an anthem for protesters in Puerto Rico, which led to the resignation of former governor Ricardo Rosselló. In an interview with CBS News, iLe discussed her latest single, how her music helps her process what's happening around her, and why she wants her listeners to question their relationships with government. "We have to send the right message and it doesn't matter what it will take. What matters is that we make people question that there is something going on that we need to fix," she said.  Get Breaking News Delivered to Your Inbox Her new single, "Donde Nadie Más Respira," or "Where No One Else Breathes," was written for people around the world who might feel...
    THE Walking Dead: World Beyond has provided groundbreaking new information about the nature of the zombie virus that brought about the apocalypse. Fans will remember that when Jadis (Pollyanna McIntosh) saved Rick Grimes (Andrew Lincoln) by calling in a helicopter, she told his rescuers:  "I have a B, not an A. I never had an A. He’s hurt, but he’s strong." The best thrillers on Netflix The most terrifying horrors on Netflix The best true crime series on Netflix The CRM's scientists perform experiments on walkers This sparked many questions about what these two categories could mean. Well, in the post-credits scene for episode 4 of World Beyond, titled The Wrong End of a Telescope, we finally got some answers. It turns out the Civil Republic are running an array of experiments on the undead, headed up by scientist Leyla (Emily Kinney). "Test subject displays no detectable response...
    PRESIDENT Donald Trump mocked Senator Kamala Harris on Monday after he laughed at a question about socialism on 60 Minutes. At a campaign rally in Allentown, Pennsylvania, Trump brought up her interview that aired on Sunday night. 2President Donald Trump asked supporters on Monday if they saw Senator Kamala Harris' 60 Minutes interviewCredit: AFP or licensors 2Harris laughed when asked if she was a socialist Credit: CBS Harris, the Democratic vice presidential nominee, was told by anchor Norah O'Donnell: “You’re considered the most liberal United States senator.” The anchor mentioned Harris’ support of the Green New Deal, Medicare-for-all, and the legalization of marijuana – all of which that Joe Biden has yet to back. Harris said she would always share her perspective with Biden, and O’Donnell asked, “And is that a socialist or progressive perspective?” After a baffled look on Harris’ face, she bursts out laughing, saying: “No.” “No. It...
    TikTok star Quenlin Blackwell defended her relationship with DJ Diplo after fans raised concern about the pair living together. The 19-year-old social media star announced on Twitter that Diplo, 41, was more of a father figure to her than a romantic pursuit. Blackwell responded to the controversy with a video mocking articles about their relationship, which ended with the camera flashing a shot at the DJ's numerous awards.  Unique: TikTok star Quenlin Blackwell defended her relationship with DJ Diplo after fans raised concern about the pair living together. Earlier in the week, Quenlin announced on her platform: 'I live with Diplo right now, and he fully supports my endeavors.'  RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Sarah Hyland dons $35 Christian Siriano 'Vote' mask before... Joe Jonas and Sophie Turner send a subtle message to 'vote'... Carrie Underwood breaks her own record as she...
    Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden was confronted about the Hunter Biden email controversy over the weekend, and the former vice president responded by once again snapping at the reporter who questioned him. Biden was first questioned about the growing controversy by CBS News campaign reporter Bo Erickson just days after it began. At the time, Biden responded by calling the story a "smear campaign" before scolding Erickson for questioning him. "I knew you'd ask it. I have no response, it's another smear campaign, right up your alley, those are the questions you always ask," Biden said.What happened this time?During a campaign stop in Pennsylvania on Saturday, a reporter attempted to ask Biden about the story — but Biden cut off the reporter, lashing out before the reporter could even finish his question. "There is no controversy about my son," Biden claimed. "It's all a lie. It's a flat lie...
    Next1 of 5Prev postUse your ← → (arrows) to browse With Michael Thomas out and his return timeline a question, here are 3 wide receivers the New Orleans Saints could sign or trade for. Three catches for 17 yards. That’s what the New Orleans Saints have gotten from Michael Thomas this year. He has not played since suffering an ankle injury in Week 1, with a discipline incident keeping him off the field in Week 5. Now a hamstring injury will sideline him for Week 7 against the Carolina Panthers, and his status beyond that has to be a question mark. On Friday, the Saints also placed wide receiver Emmanuel Sanders on the COVID-19 list. He’ll at least miss Sunday’s game, and perhaps longer depending on subsequent testing. Without Thomas and Sanders, the Saints are set to roll with Tre’Quan Smith, Deonte Harris and Marquez Callaway as their top three...
    Donald Trump and Joe Biden met face-to-face at a distance Thursday in their final match-up in an already angry contest that the president has threatened to blow up even further by launching a series of attacks on the former vice president's son. It is the final debate of the election – the previous one got scratched after Trump refused to take part in a 'virtual' format after getting the coronavirus – and represents an opportunity with dwindling time for the president to try to reset the race. Trump hoped he could throw his rival off balance and demonstrate that his mind is 'shot' by repeatedly attacking and interrupting him during the first debate in Cleveland. But Biden ended up getting a slight bump in national polls taken afterward. Now, the president has telegraphed he will accuse his rival of 'corruption' just like he has at his campaign rallies leading up...
    Bill Clinton and Jeffrey Epstein. Ira L. Black/Corbis via Getty Images, Stephanie Keith/Getty Images Ghislaine Maxwell strongly denied being on Jeffrey Epstein's private island at the same time as former President Bill Clinton, as one of Epstein's accusers had previously detailed.  Maxwell's denial was made during a 2016 deposition, and a transcript of that deposition was released to the public on Thursday.  When Epstein was charged with sex trafficking in 2019, Clinton denied knowledge of the crimes Epstein was accused of.  Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Ghislaine Maxwell fervently denied ever being on Jeffrey Epstein's private island at the same time as former President Bill Clinton, according to a 2016 deposition released to the public Thursday. One of Epstein's accusers, Virginia Giuffre, made the allegation in an unpublished memoir, saying that she once attended a dinner party on the island with attendees including Epstein, Clinton, Maxwell,...
    THERE’S a reason the Ford Fiesta is the best-selling car in Britain. Because it’s the best. Simple as. Fiesta is more or less the answer to every question. 6I drove the new Ford Fiesta petrol-electric hybrid What car should a 17-year-old get? Fiesta. Single parent? Fiesta. Grandparent? Fiesta. OK, so you’ve got five kids. The answer to that question is a Ford Tourneo Custom minibus. And contraception. 6Driving a Fiesta always puts a smile on my face Understanding the universal appeal of Fiesta is easy. It looks good, it’s cheap to run and it’s well-equipped. Most of all, though, it is the best-handling small car by some distance. Which brings me to another question I’m frequently asked: What is the best car, pound for pound, you’ve ever driven? Fiesta. Because it always puts a smile on my face. Not even Lewis Hamilton could pass me on a B-road. Now, before...
    With 16 days until the election, and so many unanswered questions surrounding Joe Biden's campaign, the media asked the Democratic presidential nominee the critical question of: "What flavor milkshake did you get?" That was the pivotal query that the press decided to ask the possible next president with a little over two weeks until the election. The media were presented with an opportunity to ask Biden a question regarding his campaign on Sunday. The press could have asked if he is in favor of court-packing or asked about his response to the allegations of Hunter Biden's overseas dealings, which one report links the former vice president to. Possibly fearing being attacked by Biden for asking any questions about the New York Post's bombshell report like CBS News' Bo Erickson did, the press decided to ask Joe about his milkshake. On Sunday, Biden made a stop in Durham, North...
    Republican National Committee Chairwoman Ronna McDaniel dug at ABC’s George Stephanopoulos by using part of her interview with him to complain about his town hall with former Vice President Joe Biden. After McDaniel fielded questions on Sunday about President Donald Trump’s incendiary rhetoric, Stephanopoulos moved on to ask her about Trump getting in fights with Republicans who’ve distanced themselves from him. McDaniel rejected the criticism Senator Ben Sasse (R-NE) leveled at Trump in a private phone call, which led to Stephanopoulos asking about Trump bashing Senator Susan Collins (R-ME). “I want all Republicans to win,” McDaniel answered shortly before she digressed to talk about Biden’s Supreme Court comments during his ABC town hall. You have a candidate on the Democratic side right now, Joe Biden, who on your town hall, and continually, after question after question about whether or not he’s going to upend the third branch of...
    Republican National Committee Chair Ronna McDaniel sparred with ABC's George Stephanopoulos after he accused her of refusing to condemn the conspiracy theory QAnon. FEDERAL AGENT CHARGED WITH MAKING QANON CONSPIRACY-RELATED THREATS AGAINST SUPERIOR "I knew you were going to ask me that question because it's something that voters are not even thinking about," McDaniel said on "This Week." "It's a fringe group. It's not part of our party. The vice president said I dismiss it out of hand. The president said you know what, I don't know anything about this group." "It has absolutely nothing to do with this election," McDaniel continued. "Antifa is burning down cities right now. ... This is crazy, George. The American people are worrying about the stimulus package [House Speaker] Nancy Pelosi is holding up."  QAnon is a conspiracy theory centered on the baseless belief that President Trump is waging a secret campaign against enemies in the “deep state” and a...
    Could the Yankees re-unite with Didi Gregorius in 2021? By: Alexander Wilson October 16, 2020 ShareTweetFlipRedditThe New York Yankees being knocked out of the postseason early indicates one thing — they have weaknesses that need bolstering. Ranging from the bullpen to their defensive efficiency, multiple positions need to be considered this offseason when it comes to productivity and reliability. On Wednesday, GM Brian Cashman admitted that catcher is one of the positions that will need extra attention this offseason, given Gary Sanchez’s lack of production and Kyle Higashioka’s minimal sample size. “I think it’s certainly a fair question obviously the way Gary Sanchez’ season transpired, and then the way it ended with Higashioka actually starting in the postseason as many games as he did,” GM Brian Cashman said. “I think it’s one of the discussion points we’re going to have to...
    Conservatives have erupted in anger after NBC's Savannah Guthrie grilled Donald Trump with a 'question every 12 seconds' while ABC's George Stephanopoulos was accused of forgetting to ask Joe Biden about his son Hunter's emails. Trump and Biden both held their town halls Thursday evening, with viewers forced to choose between the clashing timetables after the president scheduled his to go head to head with his competitor.   On NBC, Trump was asked about coronavirus, QAnon, his own diagnosis and his taxes by Guthrie while, on ABC, Biden spoke LGBTQ rights, court packing and the 1994 crime bill with Stephanopoulos.  But Republicans voiced outrage about the president's campaign event, accusing Guthrie of turning the town hall into a 'debate' and arguing that he faced a much tougher round of questioning than his rival.  Conservatives have erupted in anger after NBC's Savannah Guthrie grilled Donald Trump with a 'question every 12 seconds'...
    Former Vice President Joe Biden was challenged by a participant in ABC’s Town Hall about past comments he made to Charlamagne tha God during an appearance on Power 105.1’s The Breakfast Club. Biden said that if you don’t vote for him, “you ain’t black,” in a casual back and forth that predictably launched controversy. The undecided voter opened by saying that “many people believe that the true swing demographic in this election will be Black voters under the age of 30, not because they’ll be voting for Trump, but because they won’t vote at all.” He then followed with “besides ‘you ain’t black,’ what do you have to say to young black voters who see voting for you as first further participation in a system that continues to not protect them? Biden replied by first citing his “buddy John Lewis” who said, “it’s a sacred opportunity, the right to...
    Fox Business anchor Stuart Varney defended the Fox News host Chris Wallace’s performance at the first presidential debate against criticism by President Donald Trump in a Thursday interview, telling the president he “didn’t make his job any easier.” “I think I won the first debate,” Trump said in the interview, responding to a question from Varney about whether his performance at a Thursday town hall with NBC would be similar to his performance against Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden at the September 29 debate. Trump subsequently accused Wallace of cutting him off when he attempted to bring up allegations involving Biden’s son, Hunter Biden. “You have to understand — I was debating him [Biden], he is easy, and Chris Wallace. And every time I said something — why did the mayor of Moscow’s wife give you $3.5 million dollars?” Trump said, “Chris Wallace didn’t like the question. I said why did you pay, with...
    BRUSSELS (Reuters) - EU summit chairman on Thursday said the bloc wanted a new trade deal with Britain but also needed to protect its cherished single market from cheap substandard goods. "We want an agreement but we want also to protect the level playing field. It is a question of fairness, it is a question of jobs and of the integrity of the single market," Charles Michel told reporters. "We are ready to continue to negotiate with the UK, these are difficult negotiations," he said, reiterating that the bloc wanted a deal but not "at any price". (Reporting by Marine Strauss and Jan Strupczewski, Writing Gabriela Baczynska) Copyright 2020 Thomson Reuters.
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