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    REFEREE Lee Mason has withdrawn from Sheffield United's game against Liverpool with injury. This comes the day after Mason was lambasted for his 'horrendous' decision against Brighton in their defeat to West Brom. 1Lewis Dunk speaks to Lee Mason after his hugely controversial decisionCredit: Reuters Mason was expected to be the fourth official at Bramall Lane but he has been replaced by John Brooks due to a muscle injury. The ref changed his mind twice over the Lewis Dunk's equaliser for Brighton before eventually disallowing the effort in a farcical saga. The confusion began when Dunk took a free-kick from 20 yards quickly, catching out goalkeeper Sam Johnstone. Dunk was convinced that Mason had blown the whistle for the kick to be taken, arguing his case with the official. Mason awarded the goal but West Brom captain Kyle Bartley pleaded his case insisting that the set-piece was taken too quickly. VAR...
    New York : We all want lose weight as fast as possible. The truth is that much has been said on this subject and the effects of an excessively accelerated loss, is an aspect that is automatically related to the dreaded “rebound effect”. Various specialists agree that depending on the weight loss plan that is chosen, lose weight quickly might not be the most sustainable way to achieve or even maintain a healthier weight. However some people have been found to some people are motivated by early weight loss and this is an important aspect, as it promotes proper mindset to continue working on long-term changes not only in diet, but also in lifestyle. In fact initially when weight loss is noticeable, it provides the moral boost you need to develop better eating habits. The reality is that as with any change in our diet, it is important to...
    The number of Californians currently hospitalized and being treated for COVID-19 has dropped to less than half of what it was at the peak of the winter spike. And there was a clear point at which California dramatically turned the tide: Every day since Jan. 12, hospitals in the Golden State have reported fewer COVID-19 patients than the previous day. That’s five straight weeks of declines. The steep drop is illustrated in this chart of day-over-day changes in the total number of patients confirmed to have COVID-19 in California hospitals, according to data published daily by the California Department of Public Health. When Dr. John Swartzberg,looked at the chart, “the biggest smile came over my face,” said the professor emeritus of infectious disease and vaccinology with the UC Berkeley-UCSF Joint Medical Program. As of Feb. 15 there were 8,459 confirmed COVID-19 patients hospitalized, down significantly but still nearly four...
    Getty Patrick Mahomes and fiancee Brittany Matthews are expecting their first child. Patrick Mahomes may be focused on the Super Bowl, but his fiancee Brittany Matthews’ due date is approaching “pretty quickly” according to the Chiefs star quarterback. During his Super Bowl media availability, Mahomes declined to give the specific due date for baby Mahomes but indicated the day is coming sooner rather than later. “I’m not supposed to tell, but it’s coming up pretty quickly,” Mahomes responded when asked about the due date. Could Mahomes have to pull double duty with a Super Bowl baby? Mahomes stopped short of saying there would not be a baby on game day, but the Chiefs quarterback admitted the couple is hoping for their daughter’s arrival a “few weeks after the game.” “First off, we’re extremely ready,” Mahomes explained. “We’re excited. We have all the things planned out and...
    TEN thousand Londoners are testing positive for Covid every day, a health chief has warned. The capital has been at the epicentre of the pandemic's second wave - and officials say a super-infectious mutant strain will stop cases falling as quickly. ⚠️ Read our coronavirus live blog for the latest news & updates 5Some 10,000 Londoners are testing positive for Covid every day, health chiefs sayCredit: PA:Press Association 5Hospitals are being pushed to breaking point under the frightening surge - although academics say the R-rate in the capital has dropped to 0.6Credit: London News Pictures 511 boroughs have more than 1,000 cases per 100,000 people @ProfKevinFenton explains why we still have a few difficult weeks ahead of us in #London.#StayHome #ProtectTheNHS #SaveLives #KeepLondonSafe pic.twitter.com/d3Jp2OX9Ka— PHE London region (@PHE_London) January 15, 2021 And while academics say the crucial R-rate may be as low as 0.6 in the city, the number...
    YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki speaks during the opening keynote address at the Google I/O 2017 Conference at Shoreline Amphitheater on May 17, 2017 in Mountain View, California.Justin Sullivan | Getty Images YouTube says it's going to suspend any channels posting new videos of false widespread voter fraud claims, rather than giving them a warning as was its previous policy. "Due to the disturbing events that transpired yesterday, and given that the election results have now been certified, starting today any channels posting new videos with false claims in violation of our policies will now receive a strike," the company said in a statement Thursday. YouTube's regular policy allows channels to get one warning for posting false content before giving them a strike. Channels that receive a strike are suspended from posting or live streaming for one week. If they receive three strikes in the same 90-day period, YouTube will permanently...
    JOHANNESBURG (AP) — At a popular cafe in Johannesburg’s Soweto area, owner Benedict Somi Vilakazi liked to tell foreign visitors how nearby Vilakazi Street was named after his grandfather, who defied racial discrimination to become one of South Africa’s first Black university lecturers. But Vilakazi is no longer there to tell the tale — he died of COVID-19 in April at the age of 57. And seven months later, as the country’s tourism slowly resumed, family members gathered to honor his memory and, following tradition, distribute his clothes to loved ones. Vilakazi was one of the early victims. COVID-19 arrived in South Africa in early March, when 10 people who had been visiting Northern Italy returned home. One of them — a 38-year-old man — brought the virus back with him. The news set off alarms. Experts warned of a health catastrophe because so many of the country’s 60...
    DALLAS (CBSDFW.COM) – Teresa Mata admits she was nervous and undecided until the last minute about whether to get Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine. But, Mata, a mother of four who cleans rooms at Methodist Dallas Medical Center’s Emergency Department, ultimately walked away feeling great. “They told me I’m the first person to receive the vaccine. So… woohoo!” she said. More than 100 employees for the Methodist Health System received their first doses of the vaccine Monday, Dec 14. Another 500 are expected to get theirs over the next two days. “It’s an emotional and exciting day. We’ve been dealing with this since March taking care of the sickest patients here,” said Dr. Zachary Dreyfuss, an ICU physician. The 5,850 doses Methodist received Monday morning were the first to arrive in North Texas, outside of clinical trials. Three more hospital systems – Parkland Health, UT Southwestern, and Texas Health Resources in Fort...
    DALLAS (CBSDFW.COM) – Teresa Mata admits she was nervous and undecided until the last minute about whether to get Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine. But, Mata, a mother of four who cleans rooms at Methodist Dallas Medical Center’s Emergency Department, ultimately walked away feeling great. “They told me I’m the first person to receive the vaccine. So… woohoo!” she said. More than 100 employees for the Methodist Health System received their first doses of the vaccine Monday, Dec 14. Another 500 are expected to get theirs over the next two days. “It’s an emotional and exciting day. We’ve been dealing with this since March taking care of the sickest patients here,” said Dr. Zachary Dreyfuss, an ICU physician. The 5,850 doses Methodist received Monday morning were the first to arrive in North Texas, outside of clinical trials. Three more hospital systems – Parkland Health, UT Southwestern, and Texas Health Resources in Fort...
    Getty Images Brad Stevens Boston Celtics head coach Brad Stevens is doing his best to alleviate the pressure that’s riding on rookie Aaron Nesmith. For the first time in four years, Stevens’ entering the regular season without an All-Star point guard at the helm. Kemba Walker’s injury is a significant blow to his starting unit; especially with you couple it with losing Gordon Hayward’s offensive production. It’s what made drafting Nesmith a no-brainer for president of basketball operations Danny Ainge, who was fortunate enough to land the class’ best shooter at No. 14. However, the uniqueness that comes with 2020 means an unusual offseason for the first-round pick.Brad Stevens On Aaron Nesmith: ‘No Idea If He Will Be A Part Of The Rotation Or Not’Nesmith was robbed of showcasing his outside touch in Summer League along with an extended training camp and preseason. With that being said, Stevens,...
     #Walkaway campaign spokesperson Karlyn Borysenko said on Monday that the "Million Maga March" started as a "wonderful day" until it devolved into violence when counter-protesters attacked. “It got very violent very quickly,” Borysenko told "Fox & Friends." What started as a "wonderful day" devolved into a place that was “not great to be out at night," she said. “We were actually out having dinner with the walk-away crew and we saw Antifa and BLM marching in the street carrying signs. And later in the day, I came out of my hotel – I was going to go to a bar with some friends – and I was instantly greeted with Antifa marching down the street chanting 'America was never great.' And, so, it was really not a great place to be out at night.”  TRUMP SUPPORTERS HIT WITH FIREWORKS AT RESTAURANT AFTER MAGA MARCH, SUSPECT ARRESTED Police have arrested a suspect in connection with fireworks that...
    DEAR HARRIETTE: I am an assistant for the CEO of a large corporation. I’ve been his assistant for about four months now. Harriette Cole  From my first day, he would call me honey, dear, sweetheart, things like that. At first, I thought it was because he couldn’t remember my name. Then I noticed that he began to compliment me every morning, admiring my hair, smile and eyes in our video conferences. Now it has turned into him asking me very personal questions, like whether I am single or have kids. He jokes that we have to get together eventually outside business for drinks so that he can really get to know me. I was hired virtually, and he said he’s been through a few assistants in the past few years. I am starting to wonder if he’s had any complaints of sexual harassment brought against him. He hasn’t done anything...
    GPs could dole out the Covid vaccine on Christmas and Boxing Day under plans to protect millions of Brits quickly. Family doctors are being primed to offer the jab seven days a week between 8am and 8pm. ⚠️ Read our coronavirus live blog for the latest news & updates 2Matt Hancock is set to outline plans next week for mass Covid vaccinationCredit: PA:Press Association Every major city will also get a dedicated mass Covid vaccination centre to speed up roll-out. Health Secretary Matt Hancock is set to outline plans next week for dozens to be readied, with the aim to deliver more than 100,000 jabs daily. They will be backed by 3,000 mobile units, while teams will visit care homes and the vulnerable. It comes as results of a promising jab, by US pharma giant Pfizer, are expected early next week. But UK regulators will have to consider safety...
    By Matthew Geagan, CBS Boston BOSTON (CBS) — Given that the Patriots’ comeback bid against the Bills came up short thanks to a last-minute fumble by Cam Newton, it’s easy to overlook some of the bright spots from an otherwise disappointing afternoon. But given the Patriots are 2-5 on the season, bright spots are the only positives we have at the moment. One spot that is sparkling the brightest on the roster is the rise of receiver Jakobi Meyers, who has quickly become Cam Newton’s favorite target when the quarterback tosses the pigskin. Meyers turned in his second straight solid performance for the New England offense on Sunday afternoon, catching six passes for 58 yards against the Bills. He also hauled in the team’s two-point conversion after a Damien Harris rushing touchdown in the third quarter to tie the game at 14-14. In an offense currently short on reliable targets,...
    (CNN)US Postal Service leadership received a sweeping set of orders from a federal judge on Tuesday, laying out steps the Postal Service must take to ensure that ballots are delivered quickly as voters ace absentee voting deadlines. One week from Election Day, Judge Emmet Sullivan of the DC District Court told the Postal Service to inform its employees that late and extra delivery trips are allowed and the delivery of ballots by state deadlines is important. Sullivan's order largely follows a proposed plan agreed upon by the USPS and those suing the Postal Service, which include the NAACP and the group Vote Forward.More on Voting CNN's Election 101 How to track your mail-in ballot Here's when states can start processing mail ballots How to stay safe when voting in person What not to wear when you go vote What to do if your right to vote is challenged Your...
    PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — A lawsuit coming from Pennsylvania’s Republican party is asking the Supreme Court to block a ballot extension that was recently allowed. With Pennsylvania very much being as battleground state in the upcoming election a record number of people are voting by mail due to the Coronavirus pandemic. What is decided in this court case could impact some of those mail-in votes. The Republican party wants the U.S. Supreme Court to quickly take up its case to block counties in Pennsylvania from counting mail-in ballots received up to three days after the upcoming Election Day on November 3. On Friday, the Republican Party filed the case after the justices were divided 4-4 on putting a hold on the extension. This left in place a Pa. Supreme Court ruling that required county election officials to receive and count mail-in ballots that arrive up until November 6, as long as...
    Satellite shows Hurricane Delta approaching the Yucatan Peninsula at 5 pm ET on Tuesday, October 6. NOAA GOES-East Hurricane Delta is churning towards Mexico's Yucatan Peninsula as an extremely dangerous Category 4 storm. In less than 48 hours, Delta strengthened from a tropical depression to a major hurricane with 145-mph winds. This process is called rapid intensification. As the planet continues to warm, experts expect such intensification to happen more often, and storms to become stronger and wetter on average. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. In the span of a single day, Hurricane Delta swelled from a tropical storm to a major hurricane. It's churning toward Mexico's Yucatan Peninsula, where it's expected to make landfall late Tuesday or early Wednesday. Then forecasts suggest it could move back over water and make a second landfall in Louisiana later this week. By Tuesday morning, Delta had whipped itself into a...
    VIDEO2:0302:03Tech ETF inflows show a 'payback period' for investors, says CNBC's Mike SantoliClosing Bell Investors turned on their favorite group of stocks recently, dumping tech shares in historic numbers and increasing their bets against the sector amid a September sell-off. The move came just before the shares began to stabilize this week, but it remains to be seen whether the bearish tilt represented the kind of capitulation that marks a bottom for a sector. The Invesco QQQ Trust, which tracks the tech-heavy Nasdaq 100,  posted its biggest outflow since October 2000 on Friday, according to Bespoke Investment Group. The massive exodus came amid a 3-day sell-off for the Nasdaq 100 last week. It's not just a one-day phenomenon. Inflows into the QQQ hovered near multi-year highs for most of this year as the sector led the six-month comeback from the coronavirus lows. But they have collapsed recently, according to...
    Earlier than the coronavirus pandemic struck New York Metropolis, you couldn’t maintain Mayor de Blasio away from morning exercises at his Brooklyn health club. He determined to hit the mat on the Prospect Park YMCA in 2015 as a substitute of visiting the scene of a standoff between a crazed Staten Island gunman and an FDNY lieutenant who shot and severely injured. Then he spent an hour working up a sweat on the Brooklyn health facility in mid-March simply hours earlier than Gov. Cuomo ordered all gyms closed to assist cease the unfold of the pandemic. Now he’s not so eager on heading again contained in the Park Slope Y. “It’s not about consolation. I’m not planning to return proper now. Some day, some day however not proper now,” de Blasio mentioned Thursday when requested about returning to the health club by a reporter throughout his each day Metropolis...
    Eating processed food every day could age you more quickly. Justin Sullivan/Getty Images A diet high in ultra-processed foods loaded with sugars, oils, fats, and starches could age you more quickly, according to a new study. Researchers found that eating three or more servings a day of highly-processed food was linked to shorter telomeres, chromosome structures that mark your biological age.  In contrast, a diet rich in whole foods and plants, like the Mediterranean diet, is linked to longer telomeres and lower risk of chronic illnesses, data showed.  Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Highly processed foods loaded with fat, salt, sugar, and starch could be aging you prematurely, according to new research presented at the 2020 European and International Obesity Congress. Eating at least three servings of processed food a day is associated with shorter telomeres, chromosome structures that mark biological aging, which is linked to...
    Jason Day has been impressed with the power of Bryson DeChambeau but he doubts whether the bulked-up American’s body can handle the stress over the long term. DeChambeau has been the talk of the golf world since the PGA Tour’s June resumption, bringing an extra 20 pounds of muscle and impressing rivals with startling distance off the tee. “I had a quick chat to him about his body and his swing,” the former world No. 1 said.  “In the short-term I think it’s going to be fine. Mid-to-long-term I don’t think it’s going to be. I don’t think his body can handle the amount of stress that he’s putting on it because not only did he add a lot of weight quickly, he’s added a lot of speed very quickly, too.” Day, 32, said his own experience of beefing up in the gym a few years ago had...
    Jason Day has been impressed with the power of Bryson DeChambeau but he doubts whether the bulked-up American’s body can handle the stress over the long term. DeChambeau has been the talk of the golf world since the PGA Tour’s June resumption, bringing an extra 20 pounds of muscle and impressing rivals with startling distance off the tee. “I had a quick chat to him about his body and his swing,” the former world No. 1 said.  “In the short-term I think it’s going to be fine. Mid-to-long-term I don’t think it’s going to be. I don’t think his body can handle the amount of stress that he’s putting on it because not only did he add a lot of weight quickly, he’s added a lot of speed very quickly, too.” Day, 32, said his own experience of beefing up in the gym a few years ago had harmed his...
    Georgia is among worst states in the nation for new Covid-19 cases but the governor is defending his strategy A regional supermarket chain just filed for bankruptcy despite surging grocery sales Day doubts DeChambeaus body can sustain the power game MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Former world number one Jason Day has been impressed with the power of Bryson DeChambeau but he doubts whether the bulked-up American's body can handle the stress over the long term. © Reuters/JONATHAN ERNST Bryson DeChambeau of the U.S. walks up to the 18th green during first round play of the 2019 Masters golf tournament at Augusta National Golf Club in Augusta, Georgia, U.S. DeChambeau has been the talk of the golf world since the PGA Tour's June resumption, bringing an extra 20 pounds of muscle and impressing rivals with startling distance off the tee. “I had a quick chat to him about his body and...
    As outfielder Ramon Laureano suspended six games, Astros coach Alex Cintrón gets 20 after brawl We Did Some Digging & Found the 14 Best Jackets at the Nordstrom Anniversary Sale Heres what happened to the stock market on Tuesday © Provided by CNBC A pedestrian passes in front of the New York Stock Exchange. Dow Jones Industrial Average loses 104 points The Dow lost 104.53 points, or 0.4%, to close at 27,686.91. The S&P 500 lost 0.8% to 3333.69. The Nasdaq Composite dropped 1.7% to 10,782.82. A late-day sell-off in tech shares dragged the S&P 500 into the red after it came within inches of its late-February all-time high. Load Error Vaccine hope sparks rotation into reopening tradeSentiment over a coronavirus vaccine was lifted after local news agencies reported Russian President Vladimir Putin claimed the country had given regulatory approval for the world's first Covid-19 vaccine. While there was skepticism about whether Russia...
    A pedestrian passes in front of the New York Stock Exchange.Michael Nagle | Bloomberg | Getty ImagesDow Jones Industrial Average loses 104 points The Dow lost 104.53 points, or 0.4%, to close at 27,686.91. The S&P 500 lost 0.8% to 3333.69. The Nasdaq Composite dropped 1.7% to 10,782.82. A late-day sell-off in tech shares dragged the S&P 500 into the red after it came within inches of its late-February all-time high.Vaccine hope sparks rotation into reopening tradeSentiment over a coronavirus vaccine was lifted after local news agencies reported Russian President Vladimir Putin claimed the country had given regulatory approval for the world's first Covid-19 vaccine. While there was skepticism about whether Russia had developed a safe vaccine so quickly, the news triggered optimism from investors about the race for an inoculation and perhaps that the market isn't pricing in how quickly a valid one could be ready. This all led to traders piling into...
    SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Justin Thomas and Jordan Spieth have been friends since they were 13 and represented a U.S. team that played in France. They were paired Saturday at the PGA Championship, but have never been farther apart. Spieth already had two majors before Thomas had his first PGA Tour win. Now, Thomas is No. 1 in the world and Spieth has fallen out of the top 60 having gone three years without a victory. More separation came at Harding Park. They both made the cut on the number and started the third round nine shots behind Li Haotong. This figures to be a big day for everyone, and Thomas quickly seized on it with two birdies in four holes. Spieth quickly opened with two straight bogeys, and he had to save par on the par-5 fourth hole. He remained in last place. Tiger Woods also had an early...
    Hurricane Isaias will likely bring plenty of rain to New Jersey this Tuesday but not the kind of wind anyone should be overly concerned with, one of the area’s leading weather experts said Saturday. “What usually happens with tropical cyclones as they move northward is the heaviest rain tends to fall to the west of the track and the center, while the strongest winds tend to be to the east of the track,” meteorologist Joe Cioffi said. Predicting weather accurately days in advance is next-to-impossible, with meteorologists making their most educated guesses and hoping for the best. Now and then, certain expectations are more reasonable, though. To Cioffi, Isaias looks like “a minimal hurricane, at best, or a strong tropical storm.” “Tuesday will be the main threat day,” he said Saturday. “It will be a 6- to 8-hour period of rain and wind. “If it goes according to plan, by...
    What I’ve noticed lately about wearing face masks is that I find myself critiquing every part of it. At first, I just dealt with a mask that only kind of fit my face. I had to tie the elastics and pleat it myself, but it worked, until I had to wear it for longer than taking the dog on a walk around the block. That’s where things got...painful. I knew I needed to find a mask that worked on all levels: comfort, style, and safety. For all-day wear, I knew I could count on my BAGGU mask, because of how comfortable it was. But taking that thing on and off is a little bit of a hassle, something I don’t want to have to do in the morning before coffee. It really became a Thing when I was social distance hanging with friends and I would take my mask on...
    MIAMI (CBSMiami) – Tax Day is quickly approaching. The IRS moved the deadline from April 15th to July 15th because of the coronavirus pandemic. If you are filling out those IRS forms, here are some tips and things to look out for next year. “If you make less than $69,000, you are entitled to the IRS Free File program,” said CBS News business analyst Jill Schlesinger. Schlesinger said those free tax filing software programs can be found at irs.gov. If you need more time to file, you can get an extension until October 15th, but there’s a catch. “An extension to file is not an extension to pay,” said H&R Block’s Chief Tax Officer Kathy Pickering. “So if you’re in a situation where you owe taxes, you’re still gonna need to estimate how much your tax payment needs to be and make that payment by July 15th in order to...
    Trump Denounces ‘Black Lives Matter’ Mural Outside Trump Tower Nearly 60,000 pounds of chicken nuggets recalled due to possible rubber contamination Sunscreen Always Made Me Break Out — Until I Discovered This SPF Beauty Balm My sensitive, acne-prone skin is the sole reason I avoid applying SPF regularly, and while sunscreen is touted as the best way to combat aging, I’ve truthfully forgoed it most of my days in favor of clearer skin. Every application of SPF has brought with it a hoard of new blemishes, and even sunscreen products that have claimed to be hypoallergenic have sorely disappointed me. That is, until I recently discovered a product that gives me all-day sun protection with none of the breakouts. © Instagram/@drjart I’ll be wearing it all summer long. Dr. Jart Dis-A-Pore Beauty Balm with SPF 50 has quickly become my go-to product for the summer. It’s the ideal pairing to combination...
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