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    Fox & Friends host Brian Kilmeade urged President Donald Trump in a Monday interview to punish China for the fact that the coronavirus has killed approximately 200,000 Americans. After Trump slammed Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates for crticizing his coronavirus leadership, Kilmeade moved the conversation along by bringing up the consensus that China lied to the world and could’ve possibly mitigated the pandemic if they were honest about how serious it was. Knowing that President Xi called you right around this time, you had this conversation. You made the comment ‘I think he’s being transparent.’ Clearly, he was lying. How does it feel to be lied to by the president of China, and what kind of costs will he pay...
    BEIRUT (Reuters) - Lebanese President Michel Aoun said on Monday that the country was going "to hell" if a government was not formed, as French efforts to encourage the formation of a new cabinet falter. Asked where Lebanon was headed if there was no agreement among its fractious leaders, he responded: "Of course - to hell." Asked whether his televised address meant there was no hope for a breakthrough, Aoun told reporters: "No, there might be a miracle." (Reporting by Ellen Francis; Editing by Kevin Liffey) Copyright 2020 Thomson Reuters.
    It sure gladdens us to the core that we grew up at a time when Doordarshan was reigning supreme. We can only imagine how deprived today’s generation is in terms of entertainment, knowledge, understanding and history when it comes to learning from Television.  It introduced us to some of the greats of Indian literature as well and one of them was Mirza Ghalib. We have often used him as an analogy in our sentences saying, “Apne aapko Ghalib samajhte ho?”. But how much do we actually know about him? Fortunately for the Doordarshan bred generation, we watched the show Mirza Ghalib and got an idea of what his life and opinions were. Let us tell you why we are talking about him...
    US Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez is warning Democrats they need to brace for the worst thing imaginable even if Joe Biden is elected — brunchless weekends! “After we work to command victory in November, I need folks to realize that there’s no going back to brunch,” Ocasio-Cortez said in an Instagram video marking the death of liberal US Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg on Friday — and referring to the need for Democratic  Party stalwarts not to get complacent over any potential White House win. “We have a whole new world to build. We cannot accept going back to the way things were, and that includes the Dem Party,’’ AOC said. “Voting for Joe Biden, it’s not about whether you...
    By JOHN MARSHALL and JIMMY GOLEN, AP Sports Writers Dustin Johnson arrived at Winged Foot playing better golf than arguably anyone in the world. A balky putter cost him any shot at a second U.S. Open title. Unable to get much going from the start, Johnson closed out his tournament with a even-par 70 on Sunday in final round. He finished tied for sixth at 5 over, 11 shots behind winner Bryson DeChambeau. “It’s a good week, tough golf course,” he said. “I struggled on the greens a little bit. That was probably the biggest thing for me is just didn’t hole enough putts. I gave myself enough chances, but I just didn’t putt well.” Johnson won two of the...
    Dustin Johnson arrived at Winged Foot playing better golf than arguably anyone in the world. A balky putter cost him any shot at a second U.S. Open title. Unable to get much going from the start, Johnson closed out his tournament with a even-par 70 on Sunday in final round. He finished tied for sixth at 5 over, 11 shots behind winner Bryson DeChambeau. “It’s a good week, tough golf course,” he said. “I struggled on the greens a little bit. That was probably the biggest thing for me is just didn’t hole enough putts. I gave myself enough chances, but I just didn’t putt well.” Johnson won two of the three playoff events and was second in...
    Cincinnati Bengals wide receiver Auden Tate may be growing unhappy with the organization after being inactive for the second game of the season against the Cleveland Browns. Tate’s agent, Deiric Jackson, told CBS Sports on Friday that his client was healthy and ready to play. JOE BURROW COPING WITH CONSECUTIVE LOSSES AFTER BENGALS MOVE TO 0-2 “He was healthy and ready to go,” Jackson said. “If they don’t know how to use him, I’m sure there are plenty of other teams that would love to have a weapon like that offensively. “I don’t care if it’s a first-rounder, whatever, you play your best guys. I know the type of chemistry that him and Joe Burrow (have) been having. He’s played...
    Black Lives Matter supporters should do their research on what exactly they’re promoting, former NFL player Herschel Walker told Fox News’ told “Sunday Morning Futures.” Walker said he felt “so guilty” after hearing Black Lives Matter co-founders call themselves “trained Marxists” in an interview, and was compelled to tell the American people the truth. Both co-founders, Patrisse Cullors and Alicia Garza, have referred to themselves as such. “I felt so guilty because I always consider myself a person to tell the truth,” he said. “And I said, I haven't been telling the American people the truth because… I didn't hear anyone ever tell me that [they were] a trained Marxist." HERSCHEL WALKER REACTS TO NFL'S SOCIAL JUSTICE DEMONSTRATIONS "All you athletes out there, all...
    US Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez is warning Democrats they need to brace for the worst thing imaginable even if Joe Biden is elected — brunchless weekends! “After we work to command victory in November, I need folks to realize that there’s no going back to brunch,” Ocasio-Cortez said in an Instagram video marking the death of liberal US Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg on Friday — and referring to the need for Democratic  Party stalwarts not to get complacent over any potential White House win. “We have a whole new world to build. We cannot accept going back to the way things were, and that includes the Dem Party,’’ AOC said. “Voting for Joe Biden, it’s not about whether you like...
    mAbxience, from Grupo Insud, will manufacture the active substance of the vaccine, which will be packaged in Mexico. We tell you why they chose it Until President Alberto Fernández appointed him, very few Argentines had heard of mAbxience, the biotechnology company that, as the president announced, will be in charge of producing the Oxford vaccine for Latin America. However, this laboratory, which is dedicated to producing drugs for oncological and autoimmune diseases, seems to have been tailor-made to meet this challenge. mAbxience is not only dedicated to something similar, but it has a unique advantage: last February, just before the arrival of the coronavirus in Argentina, it had opened a massive new state-of-the-art plant on...
    During a press conference following a mass shooting in Rochester, New York, on Saturday night, Rochester Police Department (RPD) Captain Frank Umbrino unloaded on Democrats’ policies, specifically bail reform, for wreaking havoc in the neighborhood. The police captain also seemingly railed at protesters and activists from outside the city for speaking on behalf of a neighborhood they would not even visit, according to Umbrino. The dozens of people he’s talked to from the neighborhood, the captain said, want them “to get the hell out of their city.” The city of Rochester has been subjected to at-times violent protesting for two weeks now, in response to the death  of Daniel Prude, a black man who died back in March about a week...
    Due to the dialect they speak, they are from the area of ​​Tetuán or Martil and due to their physical appearance they do not appear more than ten or twelve years old. They have set sail from the beach of Oued Laoud aboard an inflatable plastic basket, the kind you can buy in any place for children to play on the beach. For them, however, it is their transport to a world that they guess best, Spain, where in their childhood imagination they will be able to have access to everything they miss in their land. The scene takes place hundreds of meters off the Moroccan coast. «What are you doing here? Where are you...
    Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez has braced her supporters for a very different future than they may have expected -- even if presidential nominee Joe Biden and other Democrats prevail in November. "There’s no going back to brunch,” the New York Democrat warned in an online post. Ackowledging that Republicans are determined to fill Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s Supreme Court seat with a conservative pick, the progressive congresswoman told her 8 million Twitter followers that democracy itself was at stake in the coming election. “Our democracy is at a faint heartbeat; it was broken even before Trump. But so long as we can save lives, I believe we have an obligation to do so as we build a new world,” she captioned her Twitter video. AOC SAYS GINSBURG'S DEATH...
    CHICAGO (CBS) — Twisted Tapas in Rogers Park is among the latest restaurants to announce it is going out of business amid the COVID-19 pandemic. The restaurant at 1146 W. Pratt Blvd. said its last day in operation will be Sunday, Sept. 27. “COVID has destroyed this industry and we are another casualty,” Twisted Tapas said in a Facebook post on Friday. The restaurant has been open for seven years. It specialized in both traditional and international fusion tapas. “We hope to see all of our customers one last time. You made this place so special. We all felt it an honor to serve you and to get to know so many of you,” the Facebook post said. “We will...
    THIS week, a strange feeling came over me. Whether it’s all this talk of back to school or the whiff of a passing Pret baguette, who knows, but I realised that I missed going into an office. 2Our columnist Kate Wills on her surprising nostalgia for having a desk jobCredit: Lancton This is not a statement I ever thought I’d make. I’ve been WFH since most people thought it was a euphemism for “can’t be arsed to come in” (not entirely inaccurate in my case). When I left my last desk job many years ago, I would sing the praises of a permanent “OOO”. I’d watch commuters pass my window in the morning (when I’d normally still be in bed)...
    SAUL LOEB/AFP via Getty Images Olivia Troye, a former aide to Vice President Mike Pence, said that President Donald Trump spent 45 minutes criticizing a Fox News host during a critical coronavirus meeting. On the agenda for the meeting was a discussion on evacuation procedures for people on cruise ships, "which was a big issue at the very beginning of this pandemic," Troye said.  The meeting turned into "45 minutes of going off on Tucker Carlson," Troye said.  Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. A former White House aide said that President Donald Trump spent 45 minutes railing against Fox News host Tucker Carlson instead of following through on an agenda that included discussions of safety procedures...
    America’s two largest ski conglomerates have drawn their line in the sand. While 2020 has been a banner year for corporate uncertainty, not a single mountain resort has been able to say with confidence what the upcoming ski season will look like. Nobody knows. Obviously things like face coverings and social distance and adherence to local health guidelines will be the norm; but until now, the burning question since resorts closed in March of this year has been, “Who will get to go skiing this year, and how?”  This week, however, Vail Resorts and Alterra Mountain Company made it clear where they stand: Vail Resorts will institute a reservation system, and Alterra will not. The last decade has been something...
    If you are one of those who take care of your privacy to the maximum, the new option available to log in to WhatsApp Web it will be ideal for you. According to a new publication from the expert source in advancements of the messaging app, Wabetainfo, fingerprint recognition will be one of the next novelties. In the information shared this morning it is detailed that users will be able to access WhatsApp Web activating an authorization through the fingerprint on the mobile. In this way, a new option is added to the already known activation by QR. WhatsApp launches a new advertising function. This novelty is already available through the update through the Google Play...
    Sasha Banks spoke to Micheal Cole and the WWE Universe for the first time since Bayley’s attack on her two weeks ago. The Blueprint did not make it to the ThunderDome and hence spoke from the Performance Center. Sasha Banks and Bayley have been close to each other since the first time they set foot in the Performance Center in 2012. It could be clearly understood seen why Banks was emotional during her interview. .@MichaelCole talks to #TheBoss right now on #SmackDown. @SashaBanksWWE pic.twitter.com/NogvyUR7i2 — WWE (@WWE) September 19, 2020 The Boss revealed she heard every single word last week and she can’t help but be emotional. Banks claimed this is the place they helped build and worked together every...
    ZooTampa/Facebook ZooTampa has an excellent new piece of art at the entrance of the park, and its deeper meaning is going to cause climate change deniers to cringe under their face masks. In a social media post, ZooTampa explains that Bob Partington's “Melting Panthers” is part of a CLEO Institute campaign “to bring awareness to climate change and its effect on wildlife such as the endangered Florida panther.” The work was installed on Friday morning; it depicts a mother Florida panther and her cub. The wax sculpture looks over the zoo’s manatee circle fountain and is supposed to be melted within five days, “revealing an urgent message about rising temperatures in Florida.” At the time of publishing, the temperature in...
    It’s a familiar election night routine for many: you flip on the TV after dinner; the polls start closing and returns begin to flood in. In presidential years, the 50 states turn red or blue, starting with the eastern seaboard, then the Midwest, then the Mountain West and finally the West Coast. By the time you go to bed, you often know who the next U.S. president will be. That tradition may feel different this year: an emphasis on voting by mail in order to cut down on traffic at polling places amid the coronavirus pandemic means it could take longer to count votes, experts say. Or it might not. Here’s a look at what you might find when you...
    “You’re brilliant, you’re beautiful, and you’re bad a–” With those words from older sister Angela, 16-year-old phenom Victoria Lee entered the most watched fight promotion on the planet. The controversial signing of the Singapore-based Canadian-Hawaiian fighter to the ONE Championship MMA fight promotion on Thursday night divided the internet — but those who know the rising star aren’t in the least concerned. Victoria was confirmed as the newest member of her family to join the ONE Championship only for fight commentators who immediately questioned her safety fighting at that level. The promotion is yet to announce when Lee will join sister Angela, who is the women’s atomweight world champion, and brother Christian, who is the lightweight world champion, in...
    FRISCO, Texas (CBSDFW.COM/AP) – Dallas running back Ezekiel Elliott pulled up his jersey to reveal a new “Feed Me” tattoo on his stomach after scoring the first Cowboys touchdown of the season against the Rams. Ezekiel Elliott #21 of the Dallas Cowboys celebrates after scoring a touchdown against the Los Angeles Rams during the first half at SoFi Stadium on September 13, 2020 in Inglewood, California. (Photo by Kevork Djansezian/Getty Images) The two-time rushing champion said he got the tattoo over the summer, with the message obvious based on the slogan that grew out of Elliott’s spoon-feeding hand signal at the end of his first-down plays. And while Elliott said it was “super painful,” it didn’t interrupt his attendance at...
    Musician Kanye West reportedly shared a since-deleted tweet about being “murdered” on Friday after being locked out of his account. The tweet also included a line about people trying to take the rapper’s daughter away from him, according to Page Six. “NORTHY I AM GOING TO WAR AND PUTTING MY LIFE ON THE LINE AND IF I AM MURDERED DON’T EVER LET WHITE MEDIA TELL YOU I WASNT A GOOD MAN,” West reportedly wrote in the tweet. “WHEN PEOPLE THREATEN TO TAKE YOU OUT OF MY LIFE JUST KNOW I LOVE YOU.” Kanye’s tweet also reportedly included a photo of North, who is 7 years old. (RELATED: Kanye West Allegedly Reveals Forbes Editor’s Phone Number After Accusing Him Of Being...
    Republican Maryland congressional candidate Kim Klacik sparked a fiery exchange on ABC’s “The View,” taking direct aim at host Joy Behar over her previous use of blackface. A conversation about the impact of coronavirus on the black community quickly spiraled into a shouting match about Behar’s use of blackface. (RELATED: ‘Black People Don’t Have To Vote Democrat’: Baltimore Congressional Candidate Kim Klacik Goes Into Detail On Her Viral Video) WATCH: Cohost Sara Haines began the conversation by asking about veteran journalist Bob Woodward’s book and the audio of President Donald Trump saying that he preferred to “downplay” the threat of the coronavirus pandemic. “We see how the virus has disproportionately affected the African-American community. Do you think continually downplayed...
    Kanye West lefts fans concerned on Friday as he shared a disturbing tweet about being murdered and having his eldest daughter taken away from him. The 43-year-old rapper, whose mental health issues have been well documented, posted and then deleted the worrying message which was addressed to daughter North, seven, early on Friday morning.  'NORTHY I AM GOING TO WAR AND PUTTING MY LIFE ON THE LINE AND IF I AM MURDERED DON'T EVER LET WHITE MEDIA TELL YOU I WASNT A GOOD MAN... WHEN PEOPLE THREATEN TO TAKE YOU OUT OF MY LIFE JUST KNOW I LOVE YOU.' the designer wrote. Disturbing: Kanye West posted and deleted this message on Twitter early on Friday morning Along with the...
    (CNN Business)The Trump administration said it will restrict access to TikTok on Sunday, Sept. 20. What does that mean for users of the short-form video app?The short answer is, you'll still be able to use TikTok — if it's already on your phone. But at midnight between Sunday and Monday, TikTok will vanish from US app stores, including those operated by Apple and Google. That means US users looking to install the app anew, or who are looking for security patches or other updates, won't be able to receive them, under Commerce Department restrictions announced on Friday that limit how the app can be distributed.Apple and Google did not immediately respond to requests for comment.TikTok said in a statement that...
    With COVID-19 blazing through the nation and no federal response in sight, Donald Trump temporarily affixed Mike Pence’s name on a Coronavirus Task Force before deciding that group was more useful to leverage news coverage for his own benefit. Behind the scenes, both Pence and medical experts were sidelined. As Trump turned the task force into a daily mini-rally, it was actually Jared Kushner who was left to manage development of a national testing plan, a national case tracing plan, and the distribution of protective gear and medical supplies. And what happened then wasn’t simply that Kushner didn’t fail to plan. He actually planned to fail.  In July, Vanity Fair reporter Katherine Eban reported on how a national testing strategy had been ready to...
    Cincinnati Bengals quarterback Joe Burrow is going to be a star in the NFL for years to come. Burrow and the Bengals lost a tight one Thursday night to the Browns, but it’s crystal clear to me that the LSU Heisman winner has all the makings of a star. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football) Burrow’s first career TD pass ???? The No. 1 pick came to play (via @NFL)pic.twitter.com/SKIuHgGbno — Bleacher Report (@BleacherReport) September 18, 2020 We all know Burrow throws a nice ball, and we all know he doesn’t have the strongest arm. That’s okay. He’s a solid athlete, but not a great athlete. He has a nice arm, but not a...
    Zara Tindall rides in Burnham Market International Horse Trials A politically motivated attack: Federal judge says hell block USPS changes after mail delays Joe Burrow Is Going to Be Historic, One Way or Another Joe Burrow looks like he could be good. That's a positive sign for the Cincinnati Bengals and their No. 1 draft pick. Burrow threw for 316 yards and the first three touchdown passes of his NFL career on Thursday night in a reasonably close game against the Cleveland Browns. He also threw 60 passes, which is kind of rare. © Provided by The Big Lead Joe Burrow Joe Burrow is the first rookie since 1950 with 60+ pass attempts and zero interceptions in a...
    Steve Bannon claimed Thursday that his arrest last month was part of a broader "headhunting of high profile political targets" associated with President Trump and vowed to fight the federal indictment that alleges he defrauded hundreds of thousands of people who donated to a fundraising campaign to build a border wall with Mexico. Speaking against the advice of counsel, Bannon told "Tucker Carlson Tonight" that federal authorities were trying to silence him in an effort to keep him from joining the Trump 2020 campaign -- something he says he had no intention of doing. STEVE BANNON, 'WE BUILD THE WALL' ORGANIZERS ARRESTED, CHARGED WITH DEFRAUDING DONORS "Attorney General Barr said...this is headhunting of high-profile political targets that are associated with President Trump," Bannon alleged. "It's not random that...
    5 Things to Know About ‘Cheer’ Star Jerry Harris The cost of gas the year you were born Colby Covington explains why Tyron Woodley fight is going to be easy money LAS VEGAS – Colby Covington wasted little time rattling off all the reasons why his UFC on ESPN+ 36 main event against Tyron Woodley is an easy fight to market. They’re the same reasons the UFC saw fit to keep the duo apart during Thursday’s pre-fight news conference. © Provided by MMAJunkie It’s as simple as former welterweight champion Woodley (19-5-1 MMA, 9-4-1 UFC) using his solo portion to repeat “Black lives matter” statements and Covington (15-2 MMA, 10-2 UFC) wearing a “Make America Great Again” hat when...
    Under the guise of seeking to “prevent a constitutional crisis,” a massive network of well funded left-wing activists and progressive groups are training, organizing, and planning to mobilize millions of Americans should President Trump “contest the election results,” refuse to concede, or claim an early victory. More than 80 advocacy groups and grassroots organizations have joined in a broad coalition calling itself “Protect the Results” and proclaiming that “we cannot ignore the threat that Trump poses to our democracy and a peaceful transition of power.”  The coalition is a joint project of Indivisible and Stand Up America, two left-wing groups founded in response to President Trump’s 2016 election and whose goals are “to organize and resist Trump’s dangerous agenda” and...
    MIAMI (CBSMiami) – As the Jewish community prepares to celebrate Rosh Hashanah, organizations and centers are going above and beyond to make sure this year’s celebrations are extra special. In Broward County, Goodman Jewish Family Services is delivering small kosher baskets to 800 Holocaust survivors. “They’ve been isolated from care managers, from family and friends. This gives us an opportunity to visit them,” said Jo Ann Arnowitz as she hand-delivered a basket to Michael Sadek. Sadek was only 9 years old when he escaped with his brothers and sisters. When the war ended, he was reunited with his family before coming to America. He was there Thursday with his family. “It’s really important that we are able to hear the...
    CHICAGO (CBS) — The Southport Lanes bowling alley and its predecessor, the Nook, survived the Great Depression, the Spanish Flu, and some of Chicago’s worst weather – but not COVID-19. The virus has wiped out yet another well-known Chicago business. As CBS 2’s Marissa Parra reported Thursday, stepping into Southport Lanes, 3325 N. Southport Ave., is like stepping back in time. It’s a place where people, not machines, set the pins – and it’s one of the few places left in the country where that happens. “So here’s the bowling lanes that have been around since 1920,” Southport Lanes general manager Phil Carneol said as he displayed the vintage setup. From bartender to general manager, Carneol has spent more time...
    Dak Prescott. Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports NFL football is back. The Browns and Bengals kick off Week 2 on Thursday night in Cleveland, followed up by a full slate of games on Sunday. Once again, we're picking every game of the week against the spread hoping to make a little money. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. One week into the NFL season, things are already starting to take shape. The Chiefs and Ravens are still great, the Jets are still bad, and Phillip Rivers is still throwing interceptions in the final two minutes of regulation. Last week was a tough one for our picks, as we went 6-9-1 against the spread in the first weekend of...
    “Melrose Place” actress Amy Locane has been re-sentenced to eight years in prison for her involvement in a fatal DUI crash back in 2010. Locane originally was sentenced to three years in the DUI case, but State Superior Court Judge Angela Borkowski ruled that wasn’t long enough, according to an article published Thursday by Fox News. Former “Melrose Place” actress Amy Locane, who has already served a prison sentence for a fatal 2010 drunken driving crash in New Jersey, is headed back behind bars. A judge said her initial sentence was too lenient and gave her another eight years. https://t.co/qPaHTvYNZj — The Associated Press (@AP) September 17, 2020 Prosecutors had argued that Locane’s sentence was too lenient. Locane had...
    “Melrose Place” actress Amy Locane is headed back behind bars. On Thursday, New Jersey State Superior Court Judge Angela Borkowski sentenced Locane to eight years in state prison related to a fatal 2010 DWI crash near Princeton. Per state law, she must serve over six years before being eligible for parole. The 48-year-old famously left the “Beverly Hills, 90210” spinoff after its first season in 1992. The 2010 accident she was involved in killed 60-year-old Helene Seeman and severely injured Helene’s husband Fred. Locane, who witnesses saw drinking the night of the crash, contended a third motorist distracted her and caused her to collide with the Seemans’ car as they turned into the driveway of their Montgomery Township home....
    Detroit Police Chief James Craig blasted Sen. Ed Markey (D-Mass.) after the Democratic lawmaker called for disarming "every police department" of a variety of weapons including "tear gas, rubber and plastic bullets, and bean bag rounds." Craig appeared Monday on "The Story with Martha MacCallum" on Fox News where he countered Markey's remarks. What are the details? In a Monday news release, Markey said, "Our streets are not meant to be battlefields, and law enforcement shouldn't be using weapons of war against protesters and other Americans. Law enforcement's use of tear gas also compounds the effects of structural racism, because we know communities of color are already suffering disproportionately during this global respiratory pandemic. It's...
    CHICAGO (CBS) — The IRS is notifying nearly 9 million people who might qualify for stimulus checks that went out earlier this year, but haven’t filed a claim, likely because they don’t typically file income tax returns. The Internal Revenue Service will send letters to people who didn’t file an income tax return for 2018 or 2019, largely because they have very low incomes, and don’t have to file a return. Those who don’t typically file tax returns have until Oct. 15 to claim their stimulus checks. The coronavirus relief legislation approved by Congress in late March authorized stimulus payments of up to $1,200 per adult and up to $500 per qualifying child. Payments already were sent out to most...
    FLOYD MAYWEATHER has reportedly signed a contract to take on YouTuber Logan Paul in a boxing exhibition fight this year. The undefeated boxing legend could make a remarkable return to the ring by fighting Paul, 25, who fought in just one professional bout against fellow YouTuber KSI last year. 7Floyd Mayweather has reportedly signed a contract to take on YouTuber Logan Paul in a boxing exhibitionCredit: Getty Images - Getty Why do people think Floyd Mayweather is going to fight Logan Paul? YouTuber Keemstar, took to Twitter to reveal that a “boxing insider” told him Paul would take on Mayweather. Keemstar, who has 2.8million followers on Twitter tweeted, “Mayweather vs Logan Paul this year! No joke… “That’s [what a] boxing...
    New York City public schools will no longer resume in-person classes for all students on Monday, September 21, as previously planned, Mayor Bill de Blasio announced Thursday.  Instead, the city will phase students back into the classroom on a rolling basis, beginning with the youngest grades - Pre-K and 3-K - next week.  K-5 and K-8 schools will go back on September 29, followed by middle and high schools on October 1.  The last-minute change in plan has sparked even more confusion among parents already frustrated by flip-flops from de Blasio.  It marked the second time that the mayor has delayed the start of in-person classes, which were originally set to begin on September 10.   This is a developing story.    ...
    KHAMZAT CHIMAEV has promised “100 per cent to kill” Gerald Meerschaert as he hit back at his rival’s “disrespect” jibe. The two middleweights clash at UFC ESPN+36 this Saturday as the 26-year-old Swede looks to continue his blossoming career. 4Khamzat Chimaev promises he's going '100 per cent to kill' Gerald MeerschaertCredit: Getty 4Gerald Meerschaert feels the fast-rising star and UFC have disrespected himCredit: USA TODAY Sports He obtained the record for the quickest turnaround in the organisation’s history this summer as he secured two wins in just ten days. He destroyed both opponents on Fight Island, forcing John Phillips to tap first in the second before a TKO triumph over Rhys McKee in the opening round the following week. Now...
    ABC News correspondent Jonathan Karl said covering a Trump campaign rally during the coronavirus pandemic is akin to bringing your family to a war zone in Iraq. Speaking with National Journal following Sunday nights rally for President Donald Trump in Las Vegas, Karl pointed to the fact that the campaign did not perform temperature checks on attendees, including the media, at the event. Karl said the rally, which was moved inside at the last minute despite Nevada state regulations that banned such gatherings to help control the pandemic, was "the first time that everybody [in the media] stayed out except for the [White House press] pool." "This is not like embedding with the Marines in Fallujah. It is like you...
    SANTA CRUZ — It may not be long before rain falls on the still-smoldering Santa Cruz Mountains. But rather than bring relief, rainfall on steep slopes burned clear of vegetation raises another serious threat: Mudslides that could wash away homes, put lives at risk and prompt further evacuations. Even modest rainfall can trigger deadly debris flow when fire leaves soil exposed on steep slopes. Any storm bringing half an inch or more of rainfall in an hour risks debris flow after a fire, according to the U.S. Geological Survey. “Debris flow is something that you really can’t plan for,” Santa Cruz County Fire Chief Ian Larkin said Tuesday, addressing county supervisors. “The only planning you can do for it is...
    EFL chiefs have told Premier League clubs a £200million bail-out is “urgent” to keep them all alive. Discussions between the top-flight and EFL chairman Rick Parry have intensified in recent weeks as the reality of starting the season behind closed doors bites. 1EFL chief Rick Parry has begged the Premier League to help clubs stay afloat with a £200m bailoutCredit: Rex Features Parry has reminded the Premier League that playing without fans will cost the 72 EFL clubs around £20m per month. Over the course of an entire season, that tally could add up to an astronomical £200m. While the top-tier teams are open to helping out, SunSport revealed they are likely to demand stringent conditions over how the money...
    National Guard major: Military police asked about using heat ray against DC protesters Heres why Trader Joe’s employees are so peppy Savvy Americans do this to earn an extra $1,394 per month in retirement Ad Microsoft Wearing This 30 Mins/Day Reverses Years Of Bad Posture & Back Pain Ad Microsoft 23 Gadgets That Could Sell Out Before the Holidays Ad Microsoft Full screen 1/18 SLIDES © POPSUGAR Photography / Diggy Lloyd 17 Pairs of Cozy Pajamas...
    SAN ANTONIO – Stephon Tatum says he misses his mother’s smile, their conversations and her love. The partial remains of his 55-year old mother, Connie Tatum, were found on July 28, 2020, in the 1500 block of Losoya Drive in south Bexar County. “You only have one mother, and you want someone to help you,” Stephon Tatum said. He is trying to understand why someone would hurt his mother. In the past year, she had been having health issues, including two strokes. “I’m struggling day to day. You know, I still want to know more,” he said. “I want the person that was responsible for this to be brought to justice, you know, the right way.” The mother and son lived...
    Whereas Jamie Foxx has been bulking as much as play Mike Tyson on the silver display screen, Tyson’s first spouse, Robin Givens, was prepping to probably go toe-to-toe in courtroom over her portrayal within the movie. However Givens could have already received a TKO — as Tyson’s camp informed us that there aren’t any plans for his or her relationship to be within the biopic. Tyson and Givens have been married in 1988 for eight months, however their subsequent confrontation lasted longer than the nuptials. Legal professionals for Givens despatched Tyson and Foxx a cease-and-desist letter final month, Web page Six has completely discovered, to “demand that Mr. Tyson stop and desist from additional defaming Ms. Givens, and to...
    President Trump celebrated the return of the Big Ten college football conference as it worked to combat the coronavirus, and emphatically told the Pac-12 it was their turn to "get going." "I want to congratulate Big Ten football. It’s back," Trump said during a press conference on Wednesday. Its return came after Trump publicly pressured the conference, which primarily consists of Midwestern teams, and even spoke directly with Commissioner Kevin Warren. "I want to, in particular, I’ve been dealing with them, thank commissioner Kevin Warren for the great job he did. We’ve been working with him for a while ... I called the commissioner a couple of weeks ago, and we started really putting a lot of pressure on, frankly, because there was no reason for it not to come back. And Kevin went in and worked very hard. I...
    PORT WASHINGTON, N.Y. (CBSNewYork) — The suburban landscape is looking a little different in parts of Long Island. Some homeowners are ditching the traditional grass lawn for something more native. Maria Shapiro of Port Washington did what was once unthinkable in suburbia. She killed off her lawn, deliberately. “I noticed there was no butterflies, no insects, absolutely positively no sign of life on the grass,” Shapiro told CBS2’s Carolyn Gusoff on Wednesday. So she replaced much of her grass with native plants and, suddenly, some winged friends showed up. “Nature is here right in our front yard, and you can actually enjoy watching it,” Shapiro said. FLASHBACK: Native Plants At Center Of Long Island’s ‘Rewilding’ Movement What did the neighbors...
    Protesters and the driver of Jeep involved in an auto collision in Tampa, Florida on Sept. 15, 2020.Dave Decker A driver involved in a Tuesday night auto collision told dispatchers she needed police to come deal with a protest group that was blocking traffic on Howard Avenue in South Tampa, adding that, “I need the police here now to move these cars, because if I have to, I’m going to run over them.” The audio—combined and streaming below—comes from four redacted 911 calls sent to Creative Loafing Tampa Bay by the Tampa Police Department. In three of the calls, the driver of a Jeep told dispatchers that she was trying to get home from her job as a pharmacist. The...
    New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D) said on Wednesday that Americans are going to grapple with post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) from the Chinese coronavirus, calling the pandemic a “trauma” on the country just one week after blaming the virus outbreak in New York on President Trump. “COVID was a trauma for this country,” Cuomo said on Wednesday, likening it to “being at war.” “I don’t know that we’ve even fully appreciated all of the effects of the trauma that we’ve gone through. There’s going to be PTSD from Covid,” the governor said. Experts have warned of the effects not just of the virus itself but society’s response, including sweeping lockdowns that forced people into isolation and shuttered the economy, causing millions...
    Jon Hamm gave us all just a bit more information about the highly anticipated “Top Gun” sequel and promised “it’s everything you hope it’s going to be.” “I loved it,” the 49-year-old actor shared during his appearance on the “Today Show” Wednesday after revealing that he got to see a cut of “Top Gun: Maverick” last week.  The movie, starring Tom Cruise, was delayed until next year due to the pandemic. (RELATED: Trailer For ‘Top Gun: Maverick’ With Tom Cruise Gets Released) It starts at the 2:37 minute mark. WATCH: .@hodakotb catches up with Jon Hamm about his virtual hangouts benefiting theater companies in his hometown of St. Louis, and what it was like making the #TopGun sequel. pic.twitter.com/tRKtK9x4d6 —...
    An American military employee is said to be facing jail in Germany after allegedly going on a bar crawl with COVID-19, infecting at least 23 others and exposing more than 710 people to the virus.  The Munich public prosecutor has opened an investigation after the woman, named only as Yasmin A., went out partying in Garmisch-Partenkirchen while awaiting test results after returning from a vacation in Greece on September 7 with a sore throat.   On Tuesday it was reported authorities had recorded three more COVID-19 infections in people who frequented bars visited by the 26-year-old, who works at the Defense department owned Edelweiss Lodge and Resort. Chief Public Prosecutor Andrea Mayer told German daily newspaper Bild: 'We have an initial...
    A Tyrannosaurus rex skeleton, named STAN is on display during a press preview at Christie's Rockefeller Center on September 15, 2020 in New York City. Photo by ANGELA WEISS/AFP via Getty Images Christie's will be auctioning off a 67-million-year-old skeleton belonging to a Tyrannosaurus rex named Stan.  The skeleton will be available for sale on October 6, but can be viewed at Christie's New York headquarters at Rockefeller Center until October 21.  While alive, Stan stood 13 feet tall and weighed twice as much as an African elephant.  Christie's expects a sale of around $8 million.  Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. What do you get for that friend who has everything? How about a 67-million-year-old Tyrannosaurus...
    U.S. could have capacity of 3 million COVID-19 tests per day, HHS official says Restaurants Are Closing In These States Due to Wildfires How the Big Ten is going to play football in the fall of 2020 The Big Ten is back. The conference reversed its decision to postpone the football season to 2021 on Wednesday. Instead of starting in the spring, the Big Ten season will now start on Oct. 24. That start date will allow the conference’s teams to be eligible for the College Football Playoff. How will the Big Ten do it? Here’s how the conference hopes the season will happen.The scheduleBig Ten teams will play nine games in nine weeks. An eight-game schedule for each...
    This is the moment cops dragged a furious man out of a school board meeting for refusing to wear a mask in South Dakota. The meeting was being held in Mitchell, South Dakota, where Reed Bender was asked to either wear a mask or leave the building. At the start of the video shared on Facebook, two police officers from Mitchell Police Division are seen entering the room, where they ask Bender - who is sitting at the front of the meeting by himself - to stand up and leave the meeting. It is inferred that the board called the police after Bender - named by the Mitchell Republic - refused to leave. A district mandate states all people on Mitchell School District...
    Rocket League joins the epic sports store There it will boast of cross-platform multiplayer and cross-progress. However, it will also become free to play when you join the epic game store. The developers have provided an in-depth post on what you can expect when playing at no cost, and here you will find out when Rocket League is playing for free. Aside from playing at any cost, developer Zionics has confirmed it Rocket League players in PS4 and Switch do not need PS Plus and Nintendo online. Unfortunately, this is not the case with Xbox One users. If you have always been fascinated by football playing cars and never want to pay for the experience, you will find below...
    Democrat strategist James Carville said Tuesday on MSNBC’s “The 11th Hour,” that President Donald Trump agreed to do tonight’s ABC News town hall because he’s “desperate” and knows he’s going to lose.” Carville said, “I would get Michael Bloomberg to put up $500 million and run the actual town hall on television so everybody could see it. I mean, his inability to react or empathize with people is something staggering, and everybody’s trying to wonder why did he do this. He’s desperate because he knows he’s going to lose, and when he loses quite frankly, in my opinion, he’s going to jail, and he knows that. So why would he expose himself to a format that is completely ill-suited to him? “I...
    President Donald Trump attacked the Nevada governor after a clash over social distancing at his campaign rallies – then said he should not be ‘in charge’ of ballots in his state. Trump blasted Nevada Gov. Steve Sisolak Tuesday as he left the White House for a town hall event, interweaving complaints about his recent campaign rally and attacks on mail-in voting there. ‘The ballots are going to be a disaster for our country and the governor of Nevada should not be in charge of ballots,’ Trump said. His comments come days after longtime Trump advisor Roger Stone said U.S. Marshalls should seize ballots in the state on Election Day, and even said the president should consider imposing martial law. Stone...
    One week ago, the leading manufacturers of vaccines against COVID-19 came together to issue a press release seeking to reassure a very uncertain nation. In part, that release insisted that the manufacturers—including AstraZeneca, Moderna, and Pfizer, whose vaccines are all now in Phase 3 testing—that they would “only submit for approval or emergency use authorization after demonstrating safety and efficacy through a Phase 3 clinical study that is designed and conducted to meet requirements of expert regulatory authorities such as FDA.” However, just one day later, the trial of the vaccine manufactured by AstraZeneca, which originated from researchers at Oxford University and was widely regarded as likely to be one of, if not the, first available, was temporarily suspended after one participant in the...
    Needless to say, there's no proof that any of this is true. Donald Trump baselessly claimed on Tuesday that Sen. Cory Booker (D-NJ) will be put "in charge" of a program to "destroy suburbia" if Vice President Joe Biden wins the presidential election in November. Trump's claim, of course, is not based in reality and bears no resemblance to any proposed plan from Booker or Biden. Trump has previously made similar claims about Booker, who is Black, invoking the racist "suburban housewife" trope to claim women "want safety & are thrilled that I ended the long running program where low income housing would invade their neighborhood." Loading...
    On Tuesday, September 15, American model Rachel Cook shared a series of suggestive snaps with her 2.8 million Instagram followers. In the first image, the 25-year-old struck a seductive pose on steps. Rachel leaned back and used her elbows to prop herself up, as she gazed directly at the camera with a small smile playing on her lips. Rachel opted to go braless while wearing an unzipped Pepsi windbreaker, leaving little to the imagination. She also sported a pair of side tie teal bikini bottoms. The revealing ensemble put her ample cleavage and toned midsection on full display. She finished off the sexy look with sparkling earrings and a blue baseball cap that she wore backwards. She altered her position...
    Connecticut Democratic Gov. Ned Lamont is set to sign an executive order Tuesday that will impose a $100 fine on residents who break the state’s mask mandate. Lamont’s order, which goes into effect Thursday at midnight, makes Connecticut one of the few states with mask mandates that issues fines to violators, according to an NBC report. (RELATED: Joe Biden Calls For Three-Month National Mask Mandate) Before the executive order the only penalty police could impose on a person breaking the mandate was to issue a misdemeanor, Josh Geballe, the state’s chief operating officer, told The Hartford Courant. Connecticut is cracking down on coronavirus-related violations through a series of new fines aimed at residents who flout the state’s masking and gathering...
    An Oregon woman held an alleged arsonist at gunpoint until police arrived to the scene after the man claimed he was going to start a fire on her property.  In the footage that was shared on Kat Cast's Facebook page, Cast is seen driving up to the man as someone in her vehicle records.  Cast gets out the vehicle holding a handgun, walks over to the man, who has not been identified, and orders him to get on the ground.  'What are you doing on my property?' Cast asks. 'Did you light anything on fire?' The man then responds that he was 'just passing through'.  In the footage that was shared on Kat Cast's Facebook page, Cast is...
    President Donald Trump went on an insane rant Monday morning. In a 47-minute telephone interview with “Fox & Friends,” Trump attacked Bob Woodward, Carl Bernstein, the “fake news” media,  the governor of Nevada, California’s forest management, and blamed China for air pollution in the U.S. Short on campaign cash Trump is looking for as much free media coverage as he can get. The “Fox & Friends” hosts were stunned and horrified when he said he’ll be doing this every week. “I haven’t heard that,” Steve Doocy, stunned, replied. “We’re going to see how that goes,” Ainsley Earhardt told Trump. “You may want to do it every week, but Fox is not committed to that. We’re going to take it on...
    Former California Governor Jerry Brown mocked the idea of leaving California in an interview published by the New York Times on Monday, saying that the problems of climate change were global and could not be avoided. Brown, 82, left office in 2019 after his fourth term. He made climate change his focus throughout his last two terms, often making alarmist claims — such as falsely claiming the ocean would flood LAX, or blaming climate change for wildfires. From his family ranch, Brown spoke with the Times: “You might say, ‘We are getting out of here — we are going someplace else,’” Mr. Brown, 82, said. “No. There are going to be problems everywhere in the United States. This is the new normal....
    President Trump on Tuesday said he “sort of” prepares every day for the upcoming general election debates with Joe Biden, while once again suggesting his Democratic rival should take a drug test ahead of the events to see whether or not he is “taking something that gives him some clarity.” The president, during a wide-ranging interview with “Fox & Friends” Tuesday morning, was asked about the upcoming presidential debates. The first is slated to take place in Cleveland, Ohio on Sept. 29, and will be moderated by Fox News’ Chris Wallace. TRUMP SAYS HE WANTS DRUG TESTS BEFORE THE GENERAL ELECTION DEBATES “I sort of prepare every day, by just doing what I’m doing,” the president said, listing his travel...
    Alex Thomas September 15, 2020 0 Comments President Donald Trump declared that the upcoming election will be rigged, a claim that he has made on a handful of occasions. During a phone call to “Fox & Friends” on Tuesday morning, Trump complained about Nevada Gov. Steve Sisolak (D) — the president has feuded with the Democratic governor over COVID guidelines. This week, Trump held his first indoor rally in months in Nevada, in defiance of the state’s health guidelines. Gov. Sisolak accused the president of “taking reckless and selfish actions that are putting countless lives in danger here in Nevada.” Trump told “Fox & Friends,” “The one thing we can’t beat if they cheat on the ballots....
    News The president of the United States denies climate change surrounded by the California fires Donald Trump, President of the United States EFE Donald trump, President of the United States, has traveled to California to address the wildfires that affect the west coast of the country and has once again cast doubt on the science on climate change. Wade Crowfoot, secretary of the California Natural Resources Agency, has advised Trump: “We want to work with you to that recognizes climate change and what it means for our forests, and to work together based on science. “” Science is going to be key. If we ignore science and put our heads in the sand and...
    After two decades of waiting, the Dallas Stars are finally getting another crack at the Stanley Cup after knocking off the Vegas Golden Knights with an overtime win in Game 5. The Dallas Stars continue their incredible playoff run, and are heading to their first Stanley Cup Final in twenty years. The Stars defeated the Vegas Golden Knights in five games, capping off the series with a 3-2 overtime win. The overtime winner was scored on the power play by rookie Denis Gurianov 3:36 into overtime, with an absolute howitzer of a one timer to beat Robin Lehner and start the celebration Gurianov series-clinching goal clocked in at 110 MPH pic.twitter.com/45VUOdVXIL — Brady Trettenero (@BradyTrett) September 15, 2020 The...
    Sign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York City New York City is second only to Los Angeles for cities in the United States where surface transportation is impacting the health of its residents and the American Lung Association is prescribing a full transition to electric vehicles by 2050. In a new report titled “The Road to Clean Air,” the AMA claims the despite having the largest public transportation system in the nation, New York City is not far behind other more car-dependent cities in conditions affecting the lungs such as asthma. AMA President Harold Wimmer says prioritizing this mid-century goal could prevent up to 6,300 premature deaths, 93,000 asthma...
    This content is sponsored by Rocky Gorge Animal Hospital. As many people have been at home for much more time than they had been throughout the COVID restrictions, your pets have been enjoying all the extra time with you. Whether you have a 10-year-old dog or a puppy you got while you have been home more, it is important to get them prepared for when you do return to work or a more normal routine of being away from home and away from them more than they have grown accustomed to avoid separation anxiety behavior problems. First, if you have tossed all routine to the wind since the pandemic started, then it is time to get your pet on a routine...
    President Donald Trump pressured California Gov. Gavin Newsom to continue clearing dead trees out of their forests, during a briefing on the massive state wildfires. As an official highlighted the impact of the pine beetle devastation killing trees in the state forests, Trump asked, “I know the beetle kill has been terrible … do you view that differently? And now you’re going to be clearing it? Or doing whatever you’re going to do?” “One hundred and sixty three million, so boy that’s a hell of a job right? To start clearing that out,” Newsom replied. The president met with state and local officials in McClellan Park, California, where he participated in a briefing about the extent of the fires. Trump...
    A top spokesman for the Trump administration’s Department of Health and Human Services broadcast a disturbing and conspiratorial video on Facebook this Sunday, undermining his official role as a government communicator and stoking fears of imminent violence. Michael Caputo was a longtime Trump loyalist who was brought into the administration in April in a clear attempt to wrest control over messaging about the coronavirus. President Donald Trump has consistently twisted the truth to fit his own preferred narrative and contradicted the experts who work for the federal government. Multiple reports last week revealed that Caputo had been at work doing exactly what critics had assumed: corrupting the scientific agencies meant to communicate clearly about public health, pressuring them to change...
    (CNN)The woman's voice shakes as she recalls her quarantine days in a Venezuela motel. "I sometimes am sleeping at night and I wake up thinking I am in the motel," she says, tearing up. "I still feel traumatized."She, like the more than two dozen healthcare professionals or aid workers we spoke with to inform this report, asked CNN not to reveal their identity for fear of reprisal from the Venezuelan government. Her ordeal began when her father died in the once-oil rich city of Maracaibo, in northeastern Venezuela. Doctors suspected that he was a victim of Covid-19, though test results were inconclusive. Still in mourning, his whole family was required to take a rapid test. Hers also came back inconclusive....
    Biden says Trumps climate denialism, his disdain for science and facts is unconscionable These 8 restaurant chains have filed for bankruptcy in 2020 in the wake of the pandemic. See the full list. Bruce Arians Isnt Going to Cut Tom Brady Any Slack Tom Brady's first professional football game in anything other than a New England Patriots uniform did not go well at all. He threw two interceptions, one of which was returned for a touchdown, and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers fell to the New Orleans Saints, 34-23. Merely looking at the numbers, a viewer would be hard-pressed to know if the Bucs changed quarterbacks between 2019 and 2020. © Provided by The Big Lead Bruce Arians and...
    Getty Matt Judon swarms Kareem Hunt. The Baltimore Ravens‘ offense carved up the Cleveland Browns in a 37-6 win, but quietly, their defense looked pretty elite much of the afternoon. According to Peter Schrager of the NFL Network, that defense is going to be what determines how good the Ravens are this coming season. Speaking after the blowout win, Schrager said that in his mind, Baltimore’s defense is looking much improved and could be pushing the team toward greatness this season as evidence of their attacking mindset all over the field. "With Lamar at QB, the @Ravens defense is always going to get overlooked. But the performance Wink Martindales D put on yesterday cant be minimized. Both @CalaisCampbell...
    MIKE TYSON is going to "seriously hurt" Roy Jones Jr in their comeback bout. That is the opinion of Danny Williams, who famously shocked the world by beating Iron Mike in 2004. 3Williams famously beat Tyson but has warned Jones Jr he will get hurt by Iron MikeCredit: Reuters Turns out Williams knows a thing or two about ill-advised returns to the ring. The Brixton-born brawler, 47, was hammered by MMA heavyweight Sergei Kharitonov in worrying scenes last weekend, after his foe was joined on his walk to the ring by a live bear. Williams duly retired for good after the fight but not without warning Jones Jr, 51, of his fate in the November 28 exhibition. He said: "I...
    Legendary football coach Lou Holtz said “we aren’t going to be defeated” when it comes to the spirit of the Notre Dame Fighting Irish during the coronavirus. “I think that the basic thing is that we aren’t going to be defeated,” Holtz told the Daily Caller News Foundation during an exclusive interview. (RELATED: ‘I Just Wish My Wife Could Have Been Here’: Here’s How Lou Holtz Reacted When Trump Told Him He’d Receive The Medal Of Freedom) “I think that they aren’t gonna get the best of us, they aren’t gonna destroy everything that we believe in, instead we’re gonna continue to work and at the same time, realize our objectives and get back as soon as we can. But...
    David Edwards September 13, 2020 7:09PM (UTC) This article originally appeared on Raw Story Trump campaign adviser Steve Cortes on Sunday downplayed the revelations that President Donald Trump misled the American people about the severity of novel coronavirus pandemic. In an interview with Fox News, Cortes argued that Trump made the admission to journalist Bob Woodward in the "fog of war." : "Why not level with the American people, Steve?" Fox News host Chris Wallace asked. "This was the fog of war, biological war," Cortes insisted. "I'm going to interrupt you right there," Wallace interjected. "It wasn't the fog of war. On January 28, the president got his presidential daily brief, the top intelligence in the Oval Office. And...
    Back in April, the Trump administration announced it would require private health insurers to provide free antibody tests for coronavirus. "It is critical that Americans have peace of mind knowing that cost won't be a barrier to testing during this national public health emergency," said Seema Verma, director for the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid. Guess what? People are getting surprise bills for the coronavirus tests they're getting to protect themselves and their loved ones. Which kind of gives you a larger idea as to how seriously the Trump administration is taking your access to affordable health care, and what it would do should the Supreme Court strike the Affordable Care Act down. Nothing. According to The New York Times'...
    President Donald Trump suggested in an interview that aired Saturday that Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden has gone from “incoherent to coherent” with the help of drugs. Fox News host Jeanine Pirro asked the president, “How do you think [Biden] goes from incoherent to coherent?” “I think there’s probably, possibly, drugs involved. That’s what I hear,” Trump said in response.   “You saw some of those debates with the large number of people on the stage,” Trump continued. “I used to say how is it possible that he can go even go forward. He only won because Elizabeth Warren didn’t drop out. Had she dropped out … you would have had Bernie instead of Biden.” (RELATED: Joe Biden Interrupts...
    Nancy Grace criticized the new Netflix film “Cuties,” calling it “child pornography” and “sexploitation of children” during a Sunday morning appearance on “Fox & Friends.” The film, released Wednesday, focuses on an 11-year-old girl who tries to fit in with other girls at school by learning to dance suggestively. Grace told Fox News host Jedediah Bila she was “very disturbed” after watching the Netflix offering in preparation for her media appearance. WATCH: Grace described the opening scene as something that “may be okay in France but not here,” then went on to talk about a scene where the main character “tries to take a picture of a little boy, private parts in the bathroom and that seems to be...
    Fox News reporter Christina Coleman reacted on air when a bear got uncomfortably close to herself and her camera crew during a live report about the California wildfires on Saturday. “Fox Report” host Jon Scott had turned to Coleman to report on-site from Monrovia, California on the ongoing fires that have ravaged the area. After interviewing several residents, including one who said she was concerned for displaced wildlife, the bear appeared walking down a street behind the shoot. “Also to talk about the wildlife that we mentioned, the woman that we interviewed said she was concerned about it,” Coleman said. “Take a look at this over here. Here’s a brown bear that’s just makings its way through this neighborhood. Keep...
    The Miami Heat have had an unmatched run in this playoff season. They are the only team who have managed to get a confirmed ticket to the Eastern Conference Finals. Very few had expected them to finish the job in just 5 games against the top-seeded Milwaukee Bucks. They have only lost one game throughout the playoffs and truly deserve the place they have got in the finals. However, there is one former who player doesn’t agree with this fact. His viewpoints differ from most people and have really questioned where they currently stand. Was it too easy for the Miami Heat? One would probably consider their victory against the Bucks, one of the biggest upsets this season. This...
    Harvard study: Institutional racism permeates Massachusetts justice system The under-the-radar grocery store Aldi fans will love Phil Mickelson on U.S. Open wager with potential $3.375M payout: I’m going to play hard for him Phil Mickelson has a fan who has pushed, if not all his chips, a good chunk of them on the left-hander to win the 120th U.S. Open next week at Winged Foot Golf Club. © Provided by Golfweek On Thursday, a bettor placed a $45,000 wager on Mickelson to win at 75/1 (+7500) odds at one of William Hill’s Southern Nevada Sports Books. If Mickelson claims his sixth major, and first U.S. Open after six heart-breaking runner-up finishes on Sunday, September 20, the bettor would reap a...
    On Saturday, September 12, British model Bethany Lily April shared a series of suggestive snaps with her 3.2 million Instagram followers. The photos showed the 24-year-old posing on what appears to be a bed in a white-walled room. She decided to not wear a bra underneath an open beige houndstooth cardigan from the clothing retailer, boohooMAN, leaving little to the imagination. Her ample cleavage and toned midsection were put on full display, much to the delight of her audience. She also seemed to be wearing a pair of tiny black bike shorts. Bethany finished off the sexy look with layered necklaces. For the casual photoshoot, the blond bombshell pulled back her curled hair in a high ponytail, giving fans a...
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    CAITLIN Jenner called her daughter Kim Kardashian "extraordinarily strong" as she touched on how things are going in her marriage to Kanye West. The reality TV star sat down with Access Hollywood for a lengthy interview and discussed many things, including how Kim is going through all her recent drama. 8Caitlin Jenner called her daughter Kim 'extraordinarily strong'Credit: Getty - Minimum Fee After Kit Hoover asked Caitlin, 70, if she's given Kim any advice on her relationship, she responded: "I do talk to Kim...Kim is extraordinarily strong. She's probably out of all of the girls the one I worry about the least." She continued: "I think she's doing a wonderful job. Is when you have any relationship is and it's...
    BERRY CREEK — When the Bear Fire crept closer than any fire ever had to Valerie Andrews’ home on the unpaved Encina Grande Road, about two miles from the Oroville Quincy Highway that winds through Berry Creek, she went to the safest place she could think: the bottom of the lake. There was no swimming required — the water line recedes enough during the dry summer months to leave a bare moonscape in its place. Which is how Andrews found herself sitting in a fold-up chair outside her white Ford pickup truck Thursday, her three small dogs wandering around her, feeling relatively protected even as she watched smoke rise from the burning forest line about half a mile away from...
    SHANKSVILLE, Pa. (KDKA) — Families of the victims gathered inside the Flight 93 National Memorial on the 19th anniversary of the 9/11 terror attacks. “Every year, it’s like a fresh reminder. What can I do to honor or make myself better?” said Camal Wilson. Wilson was 10 years old when his uncle, First Officer Leroy Homer, died in the Flight 93 crash. “It’s a sad time, but it’s a time for us to be together and remind yourself there are 40 strangers and they made a family.” -Nephew of First Officer Leroy Homer who was the co-pilot on Flight 93 @KDKA pic.twitter.com/hzWoygNuE9 — Nicole Ford (@NicoleFordTV) September 11, 2020 “Nineteen years later, it’s incredible. I mean, look where we...
    Florida Reopens Bars and Schools in Risky Return to Normality Publix Celebrates 90 Years of Business Striking is definitely my forte: Andrea Lee going back to her roots after back-to-back losses LAS VEGAS — It may seem a little odd to see a young woman from Texas whose trademark is the Stetson cowboy hat she so often wears with the nickname “KGB,” but Andrea Lee is long used to it by now. Load Error It was given to her years ago by a teammate who thought she looked like a ruthless Russian assassin.  “I don’t think I look like a Russian, but it stuck and so here we are,” Lee told Yahoo Sports before her fight Saturday (8...
    Roger Sollenberger September 11, 2020 7:24PM (UTC) Fox News host Tucker Carlson on Thursday proclaimed to his audience, which is the largest in cable news, that America "must defeat" the Black Lives Matter movement "if we're going to survive as a country." In the racially-charged screed, Carlson, who once called white supremacy a "hoax" on the heels of a mass shooting targeting Latinx immigrants in Texas, attempted to cast blame for the deep racial divisions in the U.S. on Barack Obama, the nation's first Black president. : The Obama presidency left "a wake of destruction" behind, according to Carlson. However, the economy gained a net 11.6 million jobs, and the unemployment rate dropped below the historical norm under Obama. Average weekly earnings were up 4.2% after inflation. Fifteen million...
    Trump announces Bahrain, Israel will normalize relations Conor McGregor gets drug tested on his yacht, is not officially retired Kelly Clarkson Says Son Remington, 4, Has Newfound Lightness Since Going Back to School Kelly Clarkson is opening up about sending her kids back to school amid the ongoing coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. © Dimitrios Kambouris/Getty Kelly Clarkson The Grammy winner, 38, told the Los Angeles Times that her 4-year-old son Remington Alexander is back to in-person schooling while her 6-year-old daughter River Rose is tackling virtual coursework through October. (The singer shares the children with Brandon Blackstock, whom she filed for divorce from in June.) Clarkson said Remington's "whole disposition has changed" since being able to interact with his classmates...
    A retired police officer in Texas has called deputies' behavior unprofessional after they broke down the door to his home on a warrant for someone who did not live there. Louis Rodriguez and his son began filming at their home in Houston on September 1 when Harris County deputies demanded entry and said they had a warrant for the arrest of Curtis Rogers. 'The officers are looking for a Curtis Rogers in this house and there is no Curtis Rogers that lives in this house,' said Louis Rodriguez's son in the video. Rodriguez said that at first he was wasn't certain whether the people outside were real police officers, and refused to open the door and asked to see a...