2020-10-01@23:15:54 GMT
260 results - (0.003 seconds)

if I have to:

    The NFL announced Wednesday that Sunday’s matchup between the Tennessee Titans and the Pittsburgh Steelers would be postponed due to the league’s first COVID-19 outbreak, but quarterback Ben Roethlisberger doesn’t appear to be a fan of the change in schedule. Roethlisberger was asked at a press conference on Wednesday before the league’s official announcement whether he believed it would be fair for Sunday’s game to happen as scheduled despite the Titans inability to return to their training facilities until Saturday. TITANS-STEELERS MATCHUP MOVED TO LATER DATE AS MORE POSITIVE CORONAVIRUS TESTS REPORTED "Well, we were told during training camp that this could happen if you're not diligent, you're not careful," Roethlisberger said, according to CBS Sports. "I don't know what's going...
    A rising TikTok star has stunned her fans by sharing photos of her ripped bodybuilder parents, but it's her muscular mother that has their jaws dropping.  Delaney Short, 17, from Virginia, took to the video-sharing platform to share footage of herself taking a mirror selfie followed by a slideshow featuring pictures of her mother, Becky, and father, Brandon.  'Go ahead... cheat on me,' she captioned the clip, which has been viewed more than 14.5 million times since it was posted on September 21.  Scroll down for video   Ripped: Delaney Short, 17, from Virginia, stunned her TikTok followers when she shared a slideshow of photos of her bodybuilding mother, Becky (pictured)  Viral: The video is part of a new TikTok...
    Most of us have a 'secret' thing that does it for us sexually. But, for some people, their 'thing' is more than a 'thing': it's a sex fetish they're too ashamed to 'fess up to. Lots are so good at keeping it hidden, their partner often has no idea. If this strikes fear in your heart, you're not alone – few of us like the thought that our partner keeps sexual secrets. But lots of people with sexual fetishes, manage them perfectly well solo. They'll use porn based on the theme and feel satisfied.  Others would love acceptance but don't necessarily want to do it with you (a partner who wears your knickers or stockings when you aren't around, for...
    President Donald Trump and Democratic nominee Joe Biden fought over the coronavirus crisis at the Tuesday night presidential debate by accusing each other of killing more people had the other been in office. 'He panicked or he just looked at the stock market, one of the two, because guess what, a lot of people die and a lot mroe are going to die unless he gets a lot smarter, a lot quicker,' Biden said onstage.  At another point Trump shouted it would have been Biden who'd killed more - calling his response to swine flu pandemic in 2009 a 'disaster.'   President Donald Trump (left) and Democrat Joe Biden (right) sparred over the coronavirus crisis at Tuesday night's debate, suggesting...
    The good news for the A’s is that they still have another game to play. The past few years, that has not been the case. The bad news is, well, everything else. The A’s were mowed down in Game 1 of their Wild Card Series against the Chicago White Sox Tuesday, losing 4-1. And while losing a game is something that happens all the time, it was how the A’s lost Tuesday is was most concerning. Not only did the prospect of a victory feel unlikely from the first pitch onwards, once the A’s did fall behind to Chicago, they also showed little scrap, fight, or — dare I say it? — heart. The A’s...
    Picture it: you’re flying to Orlando to enjoy the theme parks and other attractions of central Florida and you didn’t pay a cent for your ticket. Also, your name is Orlando. Frontier Airlines has partnered with local tourism association Visit Orlando to offer free flights to Orlando for anyone named Orlando in October. But other people may be able to get in on the freebies too. The budget airline is holding a contest for four round-trip tickets and a four-night stay at Wyndham Orlando Resort. The winner will also receive a rental car plus passes for Andretti Indoor Karting & Games, Icon Park and TopGolf Orlando. The contest is open to any adult U.S. resident, regardless of name. Anyone interested can enter...
    Miami Heat star Jimmy Butler acknowledged Sunday that to be the best he’s going to have to beat the best in LeBron James and the Los Angeles Lakers. The Heat head into the NBA Finals coming off a hard-fought series victory over the Boston Celtics. Butler has averaged 20.7 points, 5.7 rebounds and 4.5 assists per game in the playoffs. JIMMY BUTLER WAS AN EASY GET FOR NBA FINALS-BOUND HEAT “It's been like this for a very long time. If you want to win, you're going to have to go through a LeBron James-led team,” Butler told reporters, according to The Washington Post. “At the end of the day, that's what it normally comes down to, and that's what we got to...
    Princess Eugenie won't accept a royal title for her baby if offered by the Queen because it is a 'curse' and she wants her child to have an 'ordinary life', a family friend has told Vanity Fair.  The Queen's granddaughter, 30, and her husband of two years Jack Brooksbank, 34, announced on Friday they are expecting the baby in early 2021.  A family friend of the couple has now revealed how titles 'don't matter' to the couple, who will raise the child at their home of Kensington Palace, and said they just want 'a happy healthy child.' Speaking to Vanity Fair's Katie Nicholl, the source revealed: 'Eugenie knows that a title can be a curse as well as a blessing...
    After President Donald Trump once again baselessly accused Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden of using performance-enhancing drugs, the Biden campaign released a sarcastic statement mocking the president’s attack, saying that Biden intended to debate with words, not urine, and slamming Trump for having “pissed away the chance to protect the lives” of the 200,000 Americans who have died from Covid-19. Trump has suggested that Biden has been using drugs before, and spoke at length on the issue at Sunday’s press conference after a reporter asked him if he really believed Biden was using drugs or if the comments were just a joke. “No, no, I’m not joking. I’m willing to take a drug test. I think he should, too,” replied...
    Success comes with a passionate and composed mind. The one who can deal with the pressure that looms heavy over their head during critical situations triumphs. Certain situations will put you in a tricky situation, to stay focussed is the only way out. Lewis Hamilton is one fine example of such a personality. The Brit rarely loses his cool, even when the pressure of expectation and 9 other participating teams are beating him out. Following the spectacular qualifying session in Sochi, Lewis Hamilton faced the press for a brief back and forth. Scott Mitchell from The Race directed a question at Hamilton, which highlighted the fact of how he was able to keep calm and clinch a perfect end to...
    JOHN Legend has claimed that Americans "have to think about leaving the country is Donald Trump wins," just days after buying a $17million mansion in Los Angeles. The singer said that he thinks about leaving the United States "every once in a while" during an interview with Cosmopolitan. ⚠️ Follow our US election 2020 live blog for the latest news & updates 2Trump previously called Legend 'boring'Credit: Getty Images - Getty 2The couple have been outspoken on their views of the presidentCredit: Getty Images - Getty "At some point, if that project [to destroy democracy] was to be in any way successful, you'd have to think about going somewhere that is a true democracy, that has respect for...
    Singer John Legend said people may need to leave the United States if President Trump is reelected. "At some point, if that project [to destroy democracy] was to be in any way successful, you’d have to think about going somewhere that is a true democracy, that has respect for the rule of law and human rights," the singer told Cosmopolitan UK in an interview published Friday, adding that if the U.S. starts to “be that place, then people will have to start thinking about going somewhere else.” "Every once in a while, you think about it," Legend said. "We were born and raised here, all of our families are here. It would be hard to leave. But I...
    Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden tried a different approach when asked what would happen if President Trump refused to accept losing the Nov. 3 general election. "Every vote in this country is going to be heard, and they'll not be stopped," Biden told MSNBC in a pre-taped interview that aired Saturday. He added, "I'm confident all the irresponsible, outrageous attacks on voting, we'll have an election in this country as we always have had. And he'll leave." Biden was criticized this week by the likes of former Trump national security adviser H.R. McMaster for suggesting the military could intervene during a transition if the president didn't vacate the White House. McMaster's comments follow the president declining to commit to a...
    From left to right: Vice President Mike Pence, FDA Commissioner Stephen Hahn, President Trump, Dr. Deborah Birx, U.S. Surgeon General Jerome Adams. Donald Trump’s latest medical favorite, Scott Atlas, is busy having a war of legal letters with colleagues at his own university who had the audacity to point out that the retired radiologist with absolutely zero expertise in infectious diseases just keeps lying about COVID-19. Meanwhile, former go-to medical adviser Dr. Deborah Birx is having Sen. Susan Collins-level worries about her role on the consistently unhelpful coronavirus task force. And then there’s the troublesomely honest Dr. Anthony Fauci, but he’s all tied up combatting Sen. Rand Paul’s ignorance which, as everyone knows, is a full-time job. Really, it’s getting hard to find someone who...
    Royal experts say Meghan Markle and Prince Harry could have justified the sky-high cost of their tour of Africa if they had not ended it with a 'personal' attack on the press. Royal watchers say the 2019 tour, which it was revealed today cost the taxpayer £240,000, could have been a 'historic success'. But on the final day of the trip, in which the Sussexes visited South Africa, Botswana, Angola and Malawi with son Archie in their last official tour before 'Megxit', Meghan announced she was launching a privacy lawsuit against the Mail on Sunday. The couple also secretly recorded a bombshell documentary in which Meghan painted Harry's family as uncaring by accusing them of failing to ever ask if...
    President Donald Trump said “we’re going to have to have to see what happens” when asked Wednesday if he would commit to a peaceful transfer of power if he loses the election in November. Brian Karem asked, “Win, lose, or draw in this election, will you commit here today for transferral of power after the election? There’s been rioting in Louisville, there’s been rioting in many cities across the country. Your so-called red and blue states. Will you commit to making sure there’s a peaceful transferral of power after the election?” “Well, we’re going to have to see what happens,” Trump responded. “I’ve been complaining very strongly about the ballots and the ballots are disaster,” he continued. Karem asked,...
     Not smoking and exercising regularly can add six to eight years to life – even in those with chronic illnesses, a study has found. Not smoking is associated with the largest health boost, followed by exercising, a healthy diet and not drinking alcohol, scientists from Leicester university found. The study looked at 480,000 adults from the UK Biobank – a database of the genetic and health information of over half a million people – and tracked them for at least six years. They assessed the presence of 36 chronic conditions and whether a healthy lifestyle impacted life expectancy. Not smoking is associated with the largest health boost, study shows A chronic illness was defined as a long-term physical or...
    Q: I have received a mail-in ballot, but prefer to vote in person. What do I need to bring? -J.L., Inglewood Ron Sokol  A: In most cases, California voters are not required to show identification to a polling place worker. If, however, you will be voting for the first time after registering to vote by mail, and you did not provide your driver’s license number, California identification number, or the last four of your social security number for the mail-in ballot, you may be asked to provide a form of identification when at the polling site. In that instance, bring identification with you, or include a copy of it when you display your vote-by-mail ballot. Examples of acceptable identification forms...
    CNN's Don LemonDon Carlton LemonScaramucci to Lemon: Trump 'doubling down' on downplaying virus 'should scare' viewers Cohen: Trump is serious when he mentions staying for more than two terms Cohen: 'I guarantee that it's not going to go well for whoever' set up Woodward interview MORE declared Monday night that "we're going to have to blow up the entire system" if Democrats win back the Senate and White House in November's elections as he criticized the Electoral College. "We're going to have to blow up the entire system," Lemon told Chris CuomoChris CuomoGiuliani criticizes NYC leadership: 'They're killing this city' CNN's Don Lemon calls on Biden to 'stand at a podium' in addressing violence CNN's Lemon warns of Democratic 'blind spot'...
    WINTER is on the way and with it comes cold and flu like symptoms such as the sniffles and a cough. The coronavirus epidemic has meant that more of us are focused on our health - especially when it comes to having a cough or cold like symptoms. ⚠️ Read our coronavirus live blog for the latest news & updates 3A new persistent cough is a key symptom of the coronavirus Credit: Getty Images - Getty The NHS states that one of the key symptoms of Covid-19 is a new persistent cough. This is usually experienced with a loss of taste or smell and a high temperature. A cough is also a symptom of the common cold and experts...
    Savannah Rychcik September 20, 2020 0 Comments House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif) is prepared to take action if President Donald Trump attempts to push a Supreme Court nominee through in a lame duck session if Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden is elected in November. “We have our options; we have arrows in our quiver that I’m not about to discuss right now. But the fact is, we have a big challenge in our country. This president has threatened to not even accept the results of the election with statements that he and his henchmen have made,” Pelosi said during her appearance on ABC’s “This Week.” She added, “So right now, our main goal… would be to protect the integrity of...
    Sen. Ted Cruz said he didn’t know whether Republicans had the votes to confirm President Donald Trump’s upcoming nominee to the Supreme Court. In an interview with George Stephanopoulos on ABC’s This Week, the Texas Republican said he wanted the nominee to replace Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s seat to be confirmed by the Senate before Election Day in a few weeks. “Do you have the votes now to confirm before the election?” Stephanopoulos asked. “You know, I don’t know,” Cruz said. “I don’t know the answer to that. I believe we will. I think it is particularly important that the Senate take it up and confirm this nomination before the election.” Cruz went on to falsely claim that Joe Biden...
    At the very least, Senate Republicans stole one seat from the American people in 2016 when they refused to fill the seat of Justice Antonin Scalia, who died in February that year fully nine months before the November election. Within hours, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell pledged that his GOP caucus would refuse to replace Scalia until the presidential election took place. “The American people should have a voice in the selection of their next Supreme Court Justice. Therefore, this vacancy should not be filled until we have a new president,” McConnell said, as Democratic lawmakers were still offering condolences to Scalia’s family. And after President Barack Obama nominated a relatively moderate judge, Merrick Garland, to fill Scalia's seat, McConnell refused to even give him...
    Some people with OCD have an obsession with cleanliness. Justin Pumfrey/Getty Images You may have OCD if you have symptoms like intense, repetitive obsessions that compel you to act irrationally.  Some of the risk factors for OCD include having another mental health condition, a family history of OCD, and trauma or stressful life events. You can treat OCD with therapy and medication. This article was medically reviewed by Mayra Mendez, Ph.D., LMFT, a licensed psychotherapist and program coordinator for intellectual and developmental disabilities and mental health services at Providence Saint John's Child and Family Development Center in Santa Monica, California. Visit Insider's Health Reference library for more advice. Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD) is a mental health disorder...
    Psychogenic fevers occur more often in females. Antonio Guillem/Shutterstock Stress can cause a psychogenic fever.  Both acute and chronic stress can trigger fever-like symptoms, including an elevated body temperature, body chills or aches, fatigue, and flushed skin.  Psychogenic fevers are rare, but they are most common in females.  This article was reviewed by Jason R. McKnight, MD, MS, a family-medicine physician and clinical assistant professor at Texas A&M College of Medicine.  Visit Insider's Health Reference library for more advice. Stress can have a major impact on your physical and mental health. While chronic stress can lead to mental health disorders like depression and anxiety, it can also make you physically ill, and may even contribute to long-term conditions like...
    Does my employer have to say if a coworker has the virus?Employers are generally not required to tell workers when someone in the workplace has tested positive for the coronavirus.The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommends that companies monitor employees for symptoms and alert those who may have been in contact with an infected person. Some states may order businesses to follow such guidance.Employers have the right to take employees' temperature and ask about symptoms or if they have been exposed to or diagnosed with the virus. If an employee doesn't respond to those questions, they can be barred from the workplace.Businesses are required to provide a safe working environment. They also have to keep track of infections...
    Legumes are high in fiber. Photo: Ella Olsson / Pexels Hemorrhoids are common in both men and women and affect approximately 1 in 20 Americans according to data from the National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases. The symptoms of having the swollen veins around the anus or in the lower part of the rectum. In both forms, when passing stool can cause pain and bleeding. To help treat and prevent hemorrhoids. A healthy diet should be sought and that helps the stool to be softer and easier to pass, thus there will be less effort during bowel movements. The best foods if you have hemorrhoids are whole grains, legumes,...
    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...
    Herschel Walker said “fans have a right to protest as well” when asked about the drop in ratings in the NFL when compared to the numbers in 2019 after the first week of football with social justice protests. The comments came during the NFL legend‘s appearance Tuesday on Fox News’ “The Story With Martha McCallum” when the host noted that 8 million fewer people tuned in for the first week of games, 88 million compared to 96 million the year prior. That is a drop of close to 10 percent, McCallum explained. (RELATED: Fox News Contributor Says Media Is Ignoring Biden’s ‘Staggering’ Support Of Black Voters) “First of all, it’s great unity but as I said early on, there shouldn’t...
    PEOPLE across the country are dashing to get coronavirus tests as case numbers continue to rise across the UK. Around 200,000 Covid tests a day are being completed at the moment, but there is capacity for more than 300,000. ⚠️ Read our coronavirus live blog for the latest news & updates 5There are two ways that you can get a free NHS test - at a testing site or in the post Credit: PA:Press Association The NHS states that you should only get a test if you are experiencing known symptoms of the virus. The main symptoms of the virus include a new persistent cough, a high temperature and a loss of taste and smell. Experts have previously warned that...
    AMERICANS have just 15 days left to request the missing $500 from their stimulus checks, if they didn't receive the proper payment. Some parents and guardians were eligible for an additional $500 cash for each child under the age of 17, however many didn't receive it. ⚠️ Follow our US election 2020 live blog for the latest news & updates 2The deadline is in 15 daysCredit: Getty Images - Getty The IRS is now allowing people who believe they should have made the cut for the extra checks to update their information before September 30. If the deadline is missed, Americans will need to wait until 2021 to claim a missed payment. The cash is owed to those...
    Tour de France 2020 The Basque analyzed what remains of the Tour de France Landa: “The keys of the week will be the Col de Loze and the Saturday chrono” Mikel Landa I enjoyed this Monday the second rest day of the Tour de France in Grenoble. The Basque cyclist, calm and already “somewhat tired from the whiplash of two weeks of racing”, considers that in the Alps it will be necessary to be regular and that the key days will be on Wednesday with the finish at Col de Loze and the Saturday chrono in La Planche des Belles Filles. “I’m a little tired, there is stress from the two weeks into...
    Police are investigating after seven men suffered from opiate overdoses in less than 24 hours in Pasadena, including three who died, authorities said. “This is kind of a big blip on our radar all of a sudden,” Pasadena Police Lt. Pete Hettema said Monday of the overdoses, which occurred Friday and Saturday. “It appeared a bad batch got into the area somehow.” Authorities are investigating whether the incidents are potentially connected to the same drug. The men who OD’d ranged in age from 30s to 60s. One is listed in grave condition, officials said, while three others are recovering at a local hospital. Naloxone — a nasal spray that can counteract the effects of an opium overdose —...
    Donald Trump Jr. told “Watters’ World” Saturday night that people “could have elected” Hillary Clinton in 2016 “if they wanted hysterical.” President Donald Trump has been criticized by Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden and others after revelations that he told journalist Bob Woodward he downplayed the emerging thread of coronavirus to avoid mass panic. He has called the recordings a “political hit job.” “You got me,” Trump Jr., mockingly told Fox News host Jesse Watters, pretending to be his father. “I was trying to maintain calm. I’m the president of the United States of America, and I wasn’t hysterical.” WATCH: “If they wanted hysterical they could have elected Hillary because she’s pretty good at that,” he continued. “You saw...
    It's not always easy to learn local customs as a traveller and for some unlucky jet-setters, attempts at politeness can land them in hot water with the locals. While it would be considered a lovely gesture to pay the bill for everyone in the UK or the US, it's seen as the height of rudeness in Russia and Austria, which Australian traveller Sarah Ryan discovered.  After accidentally committing a 'cultural no-no' traveller she took to Facebook to consult the members of Girls LOVE Travel over the cultural differences they have encountered, and was met with over a thousand responses. Read on to discover the etiquette mistakes you will want to avoid while abroad, including handing an object over with your...
    Look back at every Thursday NFL kickoff game 15 Stars Who Quit Acting After Hitting It Big What to do if you have no emergency savings The coronavirus pandemic continues to take its toll on Americans’ finances. © IV.andromeda/Shutterstock A car hits a tree With many businesses unable to operate as normal, unemployment remains higher than it was before COVID-19 hit. A second stimulus package is still up in the air. In the meantime, emergency savings is dwindling for many American households. Load Error Nearly three times as many people have less emergency savings now than they did before the pandemic hit, according to a recent survey from Bankrate. Moreover, 21 percent of Americans say they have no...
    By The Associated Press Does my employer have to say if a coworker has the virus? Employers are generally not required to tell workers when someone in the workplace has tested positive for the coronavirus. The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommends that companies monitor employees for symptoms and alert those who may have been in contact with an infected person. Some states may order businesses to follow such guidance. Employers have the right to take employees' temperature and ask about symptoms or if they have been exposed to or diagnosed with the virus. If an employee doesn't respond to those questions, they can be barred from the workplace. Businesses are required to provide a safe working environment....
    When you're stuck inside in the winter, you may be more sensitive to indoor allergens. PeopleImages/Getty Images Winter allergies are often caused by mold, mildew, dust mites, animal dander, or cockroaches.  Because people spend more time inside in the winter, it's more common to experience allergy symptoms from indoor allergens.  However, it's important to know the difference between allergy symptoms and cold or flu symptoms, as some of them overlap.  This article was medically reviewed by Omid Mehdizadeh, MD, otolaryngologist and laryngologist at the Pacific Neuroscience Institute's Pacific Eye, Ear & Skull Base Center at Providence Saint John's Health Center in Santa Monica, CA This story is part of Insider's guide on seasonal allergies. During winter, low temperatures halt pollen-producing plants...
    A SENSE of deepening anarchy hangs over Britain. The very fabric of our democracy and civilised order now appears to be under threat. 15Extinction Rebellion protesters blocking roads outside newspaper printers in Broxbourne, Herts., over the weekendCredit: London News Pictures Our streets are plagued by blood-soaked violence and extremist demonstrations. Thugs display contempt for human life, protesters for the law. Events at the weekend were typical of this descent into chaos and savagery. In Birmingham, a knife-wielding brute went on the rampage through the city centre, killing one victim and injuring seven others. 15A forensic investigator at the scene of one of the stabbings in Birmingham on SundayCredit: EPA Despite the appalling nature of his attacks, the...
    TUI has cancelled all holidays to Crete, Zante, Santorini and Mykonos following the travel quarantine enforced by the UK government. The tour operator is allowing anyone with trips booked from today until September 22 to move their holiday for free or request a full refund. 3TUI has cancelled holidays to the four Greek islands up until September 22Credit: AFP - DPA Transport Secretary Grant Shapps announced the new restrictions yesterday, following Wales and Scotland. He announced: "Our top priority has always been to keep domestic infection rates down, and today we’re taking the next step in our approach. "Through the use of enhanced data we will now be able to pinpoint risk in some of the most popular islands, providing...
    About 150 people are trapped by a raging wildfire near Mammoth Pool Reservoir in northern California, where officials are warning they may have to jump into the water to survive. The Madera County Sheriff's office said on Saturday night that approximately 150 people are sheltering-in-place at the reservoir in Sierra National Forrest with 10 injuries reported.  Evacuation routes are blocked and people in the area were told to shelter in place — even if that means getting into the water, officials said.  The reservoir is roughly 90 miles east of Fresno. Earlier reports that up to 1,000 people were trapped were later revised.  Smoke from a wildfire rises into the air near Shaver Lake, California on Saturday. The fires in the Sierra...
    Madison Summers September 3, 2020 0 Comments President Donald Trump threatened to pull federal funding from “lawless” cities, and New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D) responded with his most brutal attack yet. The president signed a memo on Wednesday that states the administration “will not allow Federal tax dollars to fund cities that allow themselves to deteriorate into lawless zones,” as IJR reported. Among the places that were threatened are New York, Washington, Seattle, and Portland. In response, Cuomo pulled together a press briefing late Wednesday, where he delivered a warning to Trump. “He better have an army if he thinks he’s gonna walk down the street in New York. New Yorkers don’t want to have anything to...
    New York Democratic Governor Andrew Cuomo snapped late on Wednesday night after news broke that the Trump administration is beginning a review process to defund four cities — all run by Democrats — for not cracking down on riots and looting while also cutting budgets from police departments as violent crime surges. “He better have an army if he thinks he’s gonna walk down the street in New York,” Cuomo responded in what many deemed was a threat toward the president. “New Yorkers don’t want to have anything to do with him.” “My Administration will do everything in its power to prevent weak mayors and lawless cities from taking Federal dollars while they let anarchists harm people, burn buildings, and...
    New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo on Wednesday all but threatened President Trump’s safety if he returns to New York City in a rant responding to an exclusive story by The Post that Trump is looking to pull federal funds from “lawless” cities including New York. Cuomo called an emergency press briefing within a half hour on Wednesday night to tear into Trump for the order, which cites New York’s rising murder rate and defunding of the NYPD. “He better have an army if he thinks he’s gonna walk down the street in New York. New Yorkers don’t want to have anything to do with him,” the Democrat said, all but threatening the commander in chief. But Cuomo, who like...
    Democratic New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo reportedly lashed out at President Trump for signing a memo that initiates a process to defund large cities that permit "anarchy," including New York City. Cuomo, who spoke praises of the president during the coronavirus pandemic a few months ago, reportedly remarked that Trump would need an "army" for protection should he desire to visit his hometown in Manhattan, New York. “He better have an army if he thinks he’s gonna walk down the street in New York. New Yorkers don’t want to have anything to do with him,” Cuomo said, according to the New York Post, which cited his office's response to another story. “He can’t have enough bodyguards to walk...
    New York Governor Andrew Cuomo has rebuked President Donald Trump over his threat to pull federal funding from 'lawless' U.S. cities, and issued a chilling warning that the president would need 'an army' to set foot in New York City. 'He can't have enough bodyguards to walk through New York City,' Cuomo said at an emergency press conference on Wednesday night. 'Forget bodyguards, he better have an army if he thinks he's going to walk down the streets in New York.' 'He is persona non grata in New York City, and I think he knows that, and he'll never come back to New York, because New Yorkers will never forget how gratuitously mean he has been,' Cuomo said. It follows...
    New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo on Wednesday all but threatened President Trump’s safety if he returns to New York City in a rant responding to an exclusive story by The Post that Trump is looking to pull federal funds from “lawless” cities including New York. Cuomo called an emergency press briefing on Wednesday night to tear into Trump for the order, which cites New York’s rising murder rate and defunding of the NYPD. “He better have an army if he thinks he’s gonna walk down the street in New York. New Yorkers don’t want to have anything to do with him,” the Democrat said, all but threatening the commander in chief. But Cuomo, who like Trump hails from Queens, wasn’t...
    Dear Ms. MoneyPeace, My two boys graduated from high school this year. Though they are twins, they are as different as can be. One, I’ll call Tommy, was planning to go to college several states away until the school went online. The other, Timmy, was planning a gap year of traveling and working abroad. The coronavirus upended a lot of people’s plans, including theirs. Timmy decided to go to a trade school for plumbing. Tommy is going to stay home and work odd jobs and may even “take a class or two” (his words). They want to know what their allowance will be! The economy isn’t great, though for now we are holding our own and have college savings...
    Vikings coach Mike Zimmer wouldn’t speculate Tuesday morning on whether left tackle Riley Reiff will remain with the Vikings. “Well, we’ll just have to see today, won’t we,” Zimmer said on a conference call. Reiff, due to make a base salary of $10.9 million, has been asked to take a pay cut or else be released. Pro Football Talk reported Monday.that Reiff has told teammates he expected to be let go. The Vikings have apparently given Reiff a Tuesday deadline to decide whether or not he is willing to take a pay cut. Reiff was excused from practice Sunday and Monday while pondering the decision. He watched Sunday but was not on the field Monday. The Vikings are scheduled to...
    (CNN)Acting Homeland Security Secretary Chad Wolf issued a stern warning to Portland Mayor Ted Wheeler in a Monday letter, saying that the federal government "will have no choice but to protect our American citizens" if unrest continues. Portland has been the site of ongoing protests fueled by the death of George Floyd and Jacob Blake. While protests have been largely peaceful, the Trump administration has focused on bursts of violence. "Due to a lack of action throughout the summer, Portland and its law-abiding residents continue to suffer from large-scale looting, arson, and vandalism -- even killing. Businesses remain shuttered and Portlanders are held hostage by the daily violence that has gripped the city with no end in sight," Wolf said...
    Bob Cesca September 1, 2020 11:00AM (UTC) The United States this week surpassed 6 million cases of COVID-19, the most in the world. Even when measuring relative to population, America's standing is dismal and depressing. We're currently ranked 10th in the world with 18,675 cases per million people, and growing by 30-50,000 new cases every day. As I begin to write this essay, midday on Monday, we've already racked up 14,151 cases for the day so far.  Just for the sake of contrast, Italy is ranked 60th in cases per million residents. France is ranked 63rd. Germany is 83rd. Iraq is ranked 49th. Canada is 76th. Again, the U.S. is ranked 10th. There are "shithole countries," as Trump called them, who are...
    Prince Harry mentioned in a Zoom name on Saturday, August 29, that he would have been again dwelling to England if not for the coronavirus pandemic. The Duke of Sussex, 35, joined the video name to host a quiz with workers and volunteers from the Rugby Soccer League to mark the game’s 125th birthday. Prince Harry visits Silverstone Circuit, Towcester, Northamptonshire, UK, on March 6, 2020. Tim Rooke/ShutterstockThe prince could possibly be seen sitting close to a window in his new Montecito, California, mansion, with a stone hearth to his facet, as he spoke to the gamers, coaches and volunteers. “We’ve received a complete rugby league World Cup coming subsequent yr,” he mentioned of the occasion set to happen...
    The U.S. armed forces will have no role in carrying out the election process or resolving a disputed vote, the top U.S. military officer told Congress on Friday. The comments from General Mark Milley, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, underscore the extraordinary political environment in America, where the president has declared without evidence that the expected surge in mail-in ballots will make the vote 'inaccurate and fraudulent,' and has suggested he might not accept the election results if he loses. Trump's repeated complaints questioning the election's validity have triggered unprecedented worries about the potential for chaos surrounding the election results.  General Mark Milley (left) told Congress on Friday that the military will not get involved in...
    Russell Wilson said the Seahawks would have been willing to sit out this week had the NFL season already started. MLB, MLS, the NHL, the WNBA and the NBA all walked away from action following the Sunday police shooting of Black man Jacob Blake in Kenosha, Wis. The NFL, which started the kneeling movement as a previous form of protest for racial justice, would be the biggest U.S. sporting platform for athletes to make a statement. “Yeah, for sure (we would have joined other leagues),” Wilson told 710 ESPN Seattle on Friday. “I think just witnessing what happened to Jacob (Blake) and … all the things that have added up to this, it’s devastating. “The world is truly seeing the ugliness of...
    Colleges will be required to move all classes online if there are 100 cases on campus or if 5% of the school tests positive, Democratic New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced Thursday. “We’ve seen troubling reports of students congregating on college campuses, so we are setting a threshold that says if colleges have 100 cases or if the number of cases equal 5 percent of their population or more, they must go to remote learning for two weeks, at which time we will reassess the situation,” Cuomo said in a press release. (RELATED: More Than 20,000 Coronavirus Cases Have Been Counted At Colleges Since Late July: Report) As college students return to campus, schools must be prepared for all possibilities....
    High cholesterol is often the result of an unhealthy diet. life-literacy/Shutterstock High cholesterol is a common, manageable condition, but it can increase your risk for heart disease when left untreated.  The main causes of high cholesterol include an unhealthy diet high in saturated and trans fats, a lack of exercise, smoking cigarettes, being overweight, and genetic factors.  To lower your cholesterol, there are many effective lifestyle changes you can implement, and in some cases, medication like statins may also be necessary.  This article was medically reviewed by John Osborne, MD, PhD, and the Director of Cardiology for Dallas-based State of the Heart Cardiology. Visit Insider's Health Reference library for more advice. About 95 million adults in the US have high cholesterol,...
    Dr. Anthony Fauci says he was undergoing surgery when the rest of the White House Coronavirus Task Force decided to loosen up COVID-19 testing guidelines and he was not a part of the controversial move. Fauci said he was undergoing an operation for polyps on his throat and was sedated when the task force met on Thursday August 20 and discussed an update to US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention guidelines. Those guidelines were released Monday and state that people who have come into contact individuals with coronavirus no longer need to get tested, if they don't have symptoms.   'I was under general anesthesia in the operating room and was not part of any discussion or deliberation regarding the...
    ACLU suing Trump administration over Portland protest tactics Foods you do and dont need to chuck after their expiration date If Your Cats Not Into Cuddling, 2 Vets Have Suggestions to Change Their Behavior So you have a cat and you want to snuggle up with them because they're so cute and furry and sweet. We get it! Who doesn't want to boop their little noses while they sit on your lap or curl around your head in bed? If you have a cat who's not into cuddling, though, there are a couple things you can do. We spoke with two vets to get some insight on why some cats don't like to cuddle and whether you can train...
    Houston Texans wide receiver Kenny Stills believes if the NFL listened to Colin Kaepernick’s message back in 2016 when he knelt during the national anthem to bring awareness to social injustice, the league could have saved lives. Stills shared his thoughts on social media in response to a video of NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell being interviewed by Fox Sports 1’s Emmanuel Acho during his video series called, “Uncomfortable Conversations with a Black Man.” PACKERS' AARON RODGERS ON JACOB BLAKE SHOOTING: 'THERE'S A SYSTEMIC PROBLEM' “He can say whatever he wants to say now, but in a sense, if we would have taken a more stern stance and he would have listened to us in the beginning of this, there would...
    On Friday’s broadcast of the Fox News Channel’s “Hannity,” House Freedom Caucus Chair Andy Biggs (R-AZ) stated that 2020 Democratic presidential candidate former Vice President Joe Biden’s call for a national mask mandate is about “control” and an infringement on state sovereignty that Biden does not have the power to issue. Biggs further stated that “if they’re going to start shutting down over flu every year as well, you’re going to have a big problem going forward with centralized power.” Biggs said, [relevant remarks begin around 3:05] “[H]ere’s the thing, Joe Biden wants control. That’s what the mask mandate is. And President Trump understands very clearly, while he’s the president, he doesn’t have authority to issue a nationwide mask mandate....
    Chronic Lyme disease is caused by an infected tick bite that introduces bacteria into the bloodstream. Judita Juknele /Getty Images Chronic Lyme disease, or post-treatment Lyme disease syndrome, occurs when symptoms of Lyme disease persist for at least six months after treatment.  Symptoms of post-treatment Lyme disease syndrome include impaired memory and disrupted sleep.  Here's how to get a diagnosis and seek proper treatment for post-treatment Lyme disease syndrome.  This article was medically reviewed by Jason R. McKnight, MD, MS, a family medicine physician and clinical assistant professor at Texas A&M College of Medicine.  Visit Insider's Health Reference library for more advice. Lyme disease is the country's most common vector-borne illness, which are diseases spread by blood-feeding arthropods like mosquitos, fleas,...
    Bipolar disorder is characterized by intense mood swings from depression to mania. Crystal Cox/Business Insider You may have bipolar disorder if you experience periods of intense depression along with periods of excitement and energy, or mania.  You will have a higher likelihood of developing bipolar disorder if someone in your family also has it.  Other mental health conditions like psychosis and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) are also associated with bipolar disorder.  This article was medically reviewed by David A. Merrill, MD, PhD, psychiatrist and director of the Pacific Brain Health Center at Pacific Neuroscience Institute at Providence Saint John's Health Center. Visit Insider's Health Reference library for more advice.  Bipolar disorder is a mental health condition that is characterized by...
    College Football May Not Happen at All This Year. And Maybe We Dont Deserve It States with the most super commuters 10 states have started to offer $300 extra in unemployment benefits — if you live in these states, you’re next on the list More than 250,000 unemployed people in Arizona became the first Americans to receive an extra $300 in weekly unemployment benefits on Monday following executive actions taken by President Donald Trump. © Getty Images Ten states have been approved to use FEMA funds to make additional $300 weekly unemployment benefits payments. Only one state, Arizona, had distributed these funds as of Tuesday. The Trump memorandum signed Aug. 8 at his New Jersey golf club calls for...
    Ryan Garcia-Luke Campbell deal appears to have been finalized How Covid-19 is transforming grocery e-commerce in Dubai 10 states have started to receive $300 extra in unemployment benefits — if you live in these states, you’re next on the list More than 250,000 unemployed people in Arizona became the first Americans to receive an extra $300 in weekly unemployment benefits on Monday following executive actions taken by President Donald Trump. © Getty Images Ten states have been approved to use FEMA funds to make additional $300 weekly unemployment benefits payments. Only one state, Arizona, had distributed these funds as of Tuesday. The Trump memorandum signed Aug. 8 at his New Jersey golf club calls for the distribution of an...
    More than 250,000 unemployed people in Arizona became the first Americans to receive an extra $300 in weekly unemployment benefits on Monday following executive actions taken by President Donald Trump. An executive order that Trump signed Aug. 8 calls for distributing an additional $300 in weekly unemployment benefits on top of the state benefits that unemployed people receive. The money for the extra $300 will come from a $44 billion fund set aside for the Federal Emergency Management Agency. “ Nearly 1 million Americans who receive less than $100 a week would be ineligible for the add on benefit ” There is one not so insignificant caveat though — jobless Americans are only eligible for the $300...
    It only took 100 years, but this fall, women are poised to be the deciders, when it comes to who will be president next year and who will control Congress. Women earned the right to vote a century ago Tuesday, when the nation ratified the 19th Amendment to the Constitution. A woman has yet to make it to the Oval Office, but female voters – especially this year – have outsized power.Cartoons on the 2020 ElectionView All 231 ImagesDemocrat Joe Biden leads in national polls as well as state battleground surveys. If those advantages continue, the former vice president will owe his victory to women, who are providing the lopsided boost Biden needs to best President Donald Trump in those...
    Some parents in Massachusetts told the Boston Globe they were reported to the state's Department of Children and Families for neglect when their children were absent from remote learning sessions too often in the spring, when they were scrambling to adjust to the new realities of COVID-19. What happened? When schools around the country closed in March and April, parents were forced to figure out a way to facilitate and assist with online learning for their children while working or taking care of other responsibilities. The schools, in many cases, failed to provide a well-coordinated learning plan for the lockdowns. Still, dozens of parents interviewed by the Globe say schools reported them for potential neglect because of absences, without...
    President Donald Trump said Monday that if universal mail-in voting is allowed, the U.S. is “never going to have a fair” presidential election. In a wide-ranging phone interview with the hosts of “Fox & Friends,” the president said that mail-in voting can allow fraud. “I have to tell you, that if you go with this universal mail-in … tens of millions of ballots being sent to everybody and their dogs, dogs are getting them, OK? People that have been dead for 25 years are getting them, you have to see what’s happening. Then you’re never going to have a fair election,” Trump said. While fewer than 10 states currently have universal mail-in voting, where ballots are mailed to every registered...
    Dear Amy: I am an essential worker. I work with the public on a daily basis. Times have been hard for everyone and my heart goes out to those who are suffering. I am thankful that for the most part my family is happy and healthy. Columnist Amy Dickinson (Bill Hogan/Chicago Tribune)  At my job, which I love, I have been thanked for my service but also had an equal number of people say, “Well, at least you’re working.” I have seen society slowly decay. At night as I drive home, I have had people just walk out into the streets disregarding the cars driving by. I have seen homeless camps pop up in parking lots of closed stores. People...
    Saturday, Fox News Channel’s Jeanine Pirro opened her program by laying out the importance of the November election and contrasting the two presidential tickets. According to Pirro, much of what has occurred in the last few months could be the norm if Americans opt to elect for Vice President Joe Biden as president. Transcript as follows: PIRRO: You’re being conned. The biggest fallacy in America today just might surprise you. The truth is the divide in this country is not about right versus wrong or law and order versus chaos. Quite simply, fundamentally, it’s about the left versus the right. You know, there was that moment after the killing of George Floyd when all Americans came together and said never...
    Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have squandered a 'tremendous chance to do good as royals', according to a new book, and they will not be welcomed back to the UK unless they make a fortune in Hollywood.     Author Lady Colin Campbell claims that the couple have been bogged down in 'petty squabbles' which has prevented them doing humanitarian work. She said that they are 'squandering this tremendous opportunity' because of Harry's 'mental health problems' and Meghan's 'personality problems'.  Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have been bogged down in 'petty squabbles' which has prevented them doing humanitarian work, claims Lady Colin Campbell The 70-year-old author of behind-the-scenes book, Meghan and Harry: The Real Story, says if the couple were 'sincere humanitarians' they...
    Kids in the US are eating more fast food, the CDC reports Heres why this recession has been different from any other Should You Send Your Kid To School Now — Even If You Have To Pull Them Later? From New York and New Jersey to North Carolina, millions of parents are grappling with an unprecedented choice: Should we opt in to all-virtual classes, even if we live in an area where there’s some level of in-classroom learning happening? Or should we keep them home?  “[Parents] are balancing their child’s educational, social and emotional needs, and there is no correct answer because there are risks on both sides,” said Steven Meyers, a professor of psychology at Roosevelt University in Illinois. One...
    A "FULL-TIME MOM" wants to have more kids -- even though she already has 11 at home. Britni Church has spent close to a decade of her 31 years alive being in one trimester or another of pregnancy. 8Britini and her husband Chris with all eleven kidsCredit: Mercury Press 8All eleven kids in a lineCredit: Mercury Press And she's willing to have even more. The Arkansas City, Kansas mom says she's desperate to have more kids and thinks 15 might be her cut off point. She and her husband Chris spend about $300 a week to feed their family, including buying five boxes of cereal, 66 cartons of milk and 600 diapers. The mom of 11 says she never thought...
    Yoga is a safe, low impact workout for people with asthma. PeopleImages/Getty Images The best exercises for asthma are swimming, walking or hiking, yoga, and exercises with small, short bursts of energy like tennis or golf. Low-intensity swimming is particularly good for asthma because the air you inhale at water level is humid, which reduces heat loss in your respiratory system. But you should avoid exercises like long-distance running, cycling, and ice hockey. This article was medically reviewed by Jason R. McKnight, MD, MS, a family medicine physician and clinical assistant professor at Texas A&M College of Medicine.  Visit Insider's Health Reference library for more advice. Just because you have asthma, doesn't mean that you can't get out and exercise. In...
    Dara Khosrowshahi, chief executive officer of Uber Technologies Inc., listens during a panel discussion at the Bloomberg Global Business Forum in New York, U.S., on Wednesday, Sept. 26, 2018.Mark Kauzlarich | Bloomberg | Getty Images Uber and Lyft are running out of options in California. The companies have been fighting to continue classifying their drivers as independent workers, avoiding expenses like healthcare and unemployment insurance for hundreds of thousands of drivers in the state. Last year, they failed to block a bill aimed at classifying gig workers as employees from becoming state law, and then, as of Monday, failed to convince a court the law should not apply to them. Now, while pledging to appeal the court's ruling on a...
    Trump Promises to ‘Take a Look’ at New Kamala Harris Birther Claim Grizzlies clinch play-in tournament spot with win over Bucks How To Sell Your Home For The Best Price Possible Ad Microsoft Full screen 1/9 SLIDES © Getty / Dimitrios Kambouris If Cardi B and Megan Thee Stallion Want to Drop a "WAP" Remix, I Have Ideas on Who to Include I hold strong to the belief that you shouldn't mess with perfection but in the case of Cardi B and Megan thee Stallion's "WAP," I prefer to think of this exercise as going the extra mile...
    A composite image of late TV chef and presenter Anthony Bourdain, and actor Russell Crowe. Getty/Getty Actor Russell Crowe donated $5,000 to save a restaurant destroyed in last week's Beirut explosion in honor of the late chef Anthony Bourdain. Bourdain, who died in 2018, dined at Le Chef in 2006 on his show "No Reservations," calling it "a legendary spot." Le Chef was one of the hundreds of businesses that had their premises torn apart in the August 4 blast, which killed 135 people. Crowe confirmed he made the donation on Twitter, after a cofounder of the crowdfunder mused whether a donor named Russell Crowe was the Oscar winner.  "On behalf of Anthony Bourdain. I thought that he...
    President Donald Trump said that Americans will be owned by China and that Americans will have to learn to speak Chinese if he loses his bid for re-election in November. While speaking with conservative host Hugh Hewitt on The Hugh Hewitt Show, Trump turned to the topic of China and a recent report that the country might be pushing for former Vice President Joe Biden to win the election. When asked why China might want to see Biden over Trump, the president said it’s because they would be able to “own” the U.S. “Because they’ll own the United State if he wins, and with me, they were having the worst year in 67 years because I tariffed the hell out...
    Dr. Anthony Fauci said that he had serious doubts that the Russian-made COVID-19 vaccine, touted by Russian President Vladmir Putin on Tuesday, was safe and effective.  The Director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases spoke with National Geographic in a virtual panel discussion when he expressed his concerns. 'I hope that the Russians have actually, definitively proven that the vaccine is safe and effective,' Fauci said. 'I seriously doubt that they've done that.' Dr. Anthony Fauci expressed concern about whether Russia's COVID-19 vaccine was proven to be 'safe and effective' He continued:  'Having a vaccine, Deborah, and proving that a vaccine is safe and effective are two different things.' Putin said on Tuesday that...
    President Donald Trump said in an interview Tuesday he would 'absolutely' nominate a new Supreme Court Justice should a vacancy occur during his final 162 days in office.  'You mean if something happened like now?' Trump asked when radio host Hugh Hewitt asked him if he would nominate a justice, an issue Trump is already seeking to elevate in the 2020 campaign.  'Absolutely, I’d do it. Sure,' Trump says. The topic is more than academic, with multiple aging justices on the court, including 87-year old Ruth Bader Ginsburg, who was recently released from the hospital after undergoing cancer treatments.   'I would move quickly. Why not? I mean, they would. The Democrats would if they were in this position,' Trump told Hewett. ...
    By Kevin Liptak | CNN In a pair of interviews on Tuesday, President Donald Trump railed against his competitor for being weak on China — but stopped short himself of condemning China’s repression of its Uyghur ethnic minority or its crackdown on political freedoms in Hong Kong. “China will own the United States if this election is lost by Donald Trump,” Trump, referring to himself in the third person, told conservative radio host Hugh Hewitt. “If I don’t win the election, China will own the United States. You’re going to have to learn to speak Chinese, you want to know the truth.” His remark was the latest escalation in a contest with former Vice President Joe Biden over who...
    WASHINGTON — China would overtake the United States as the global superpower and force Americans to learn to speak Chinese if Joe Biden wins the election, President Trump claimed on Tuesday. “China will own the United States if this election is lost by Donald Trump. If I don’t win the election, China will own the United States,” Trump said during an interview with conservative radio host Hugh Hewitt. “You’re going to have to learn to speak Chinese, you want to know the truth,” he said, referring to the official language of China which is Mandarin. The president was asked about a recent intelligence report, which concluded that China would prefer Biden win the November presidential election. “They’ll own the United...
    Proposed changes to immigration rules include blocking citizens or legal residents from reentry if an official thinks that they have been exposed to or infected with the coronavirus, the New York Times reported. President Donald Trump has already denied entry to foreigners traveling from coronavirus hot spots such as China and most of Europe from entering the U.S., the Times reported Monday. The proposed changes to the regulations would expand governmental power to address returning Americans and foreigners who legally reside in the states. These new regulations would allow a government official who “reasonably believes that the individual either may have been exposed to or is infected with the communicable disease,” to prevent the individual from re-entering, the Times reported,...
    (CNN)In a pair of interviews on Tuesday, President Donald Trump railed against his competitor for being weak on China -- but stopped short himself of condemning China's repression of its Uyghur ethnic minority or its crackdown on political freedoms in Hong Kong."China will own the United States if this election is lost by Donald Trump," Trump, referring to himself in the third person, told conservative radio host Hugh Hewitt. "If I don't win the election, China will own the United States. You're going to have to learn to speak Chinese, you want to know the truth."His remark was the latest escalation in a contest with former Vice President Joe Biden over who can sound toughest on China, a battle that...
    President Donald Trump said Tuesday that China will “own” the United States if former Vice President Joe Biden wins the presidency in 2020. “If I don’t win the election, China will own the United States,” Trump said. “You’re going to have to learn to speak Chinese, you want to know the truth and you’ll have to learn it fast.” The president spoke with radio host Hugh Hewitt on Tuesday morning. Hewitt asked Trump to react to American intelligence reports showing communist Chinese officials want Trump to lose the election. “Because they’ll own the United State if he wins, and with me, they were having the worst year in 67 years because I tariffed the hell out of them,” Trump said....
    A senior official at the Department of Homeland Security claimed a federal courthouse would have been burned down if federal police had not been there to defend it from rioters. "If we had left, we all would have watched as a courthouse was taken over and burned to the ground," acting Customs and Border Protection Commissioner Mark Morgan said during a webinar with the conservative Heritage Foundation think tank on Monday. CBP was one of the federal law enforcement agencies whose personnel were deployed to Oregon in late June and early July following physical attacks to the Hatfield federal courthouse downtown, which federal law states must be protected by DHS's Federal Protective Services officers. The FPS officers were unable to...
    A black family detained and handcuffed at gunpoint in Colorado after police mistakenly thought their car was stolen believe they would've been treated differently if they were white, they said in an exclusive interview with DailyMail.com. Brittney Gilliam, 29, was driving the car with her six-year-old daughter Luvly Tubbs, her sister, Na'Kiya Jackson, 12, and two nieces, Emonne Gilliam, 17, and Teriana Thomas, 14, when Aurora cops detained them because they believed Gilliam was driving a stolen car. Video of the family being put in handcuffs has since gone viral, as the young children can be heard screaming and crying in the parking lot of a thrift store on August 2.  Gilliam said she believes if they had been white,...
    Lions want Kenny Golladay to be thought of with DeAndre Hopkins, Michael Thomas What Eating an Entire Pint of Ice Cream Does to Your Body 3 Retirement Savings Questions You Have to Ask Yourself If Youre Unemployed Retirement probably isn't top of mind if you've lost your job due to the pandemic, but there's no denying the present circumstances will affect your retirement plans. It might be stressful to think about, but anticipating how this might affect your future is an important part of getting yourself back on track. © Provided by The Motley Fool 3 Retirement Savings Questions You Have to Ask Yourself If You're Unemployed Here are three questions you should ask yourself about your retirement savings...
    Louisville police crack down on protest caravans Dollar Tree, Family Dollar reverse decision to require masks at all stores, but request customers wear them If Big Ten pulls plug on college football season, other conferences dont have to follow suit Every available tea leaf and off-the-record source in the Big Ten suggests the conference is on the verge of pulling the plug on fall sports, namely football. The teams can’t practice in full pads. Campus leaders keep having hastily called meetings. Athletic directors privately acknowledge they are staring into the abyss.  Nothing is official, but if the obvious becomes the inevitable then it is a massive blow to a way of life for tens of millions of fans, let...
    Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin told “Fox News Sunday” that Democrats will have “a lot of explaining to do” if they bring a lawsuit to stop President Donald Trump’s executive orders on coronavirus relief. After lawmakers on both sides of the aisle failed to reach a deal on a fourth coronavirus stimulus package, Trump responded by signing four executive orders Saturday. These included a payroll tax cut holiday through the end of the year, a prohibition on evictions, student loan relief, and $400 per week for unemployed workers. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi echoed Republican Nebraska Sen. Ben Sasse in calling Trump’s orders “unconstitutional slop” and has suggested Democrats could sue to stop them. “What makes you think that spending over $100...
    The White House is confident President Donald Trump's four new executive orders will stand up in court as lawmakers denounce the unilateral move as 'unconstitutional' and the action faces potential legal battles. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said Sunday morning that Democrats will have to explain a lot if they decide to legally challenge the executive orders aimed at providing relief to Americans in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic. '[They] will have some explaining to do,' Mncuhin told Fox News Sunday host Chris Wallace of the opposition party. 'I am pleased that President Trump has taken action to ensure that economic relief continues to go to America's workers, families and businesses,' Mnuchin wrote in a statement Sunday. Democrats, however, are...
    Treasury Secretary Steven MnuchinSteven Terner MnuchinNavarro, Mnuchin clashed in front of Trump in Oval Office over TikTok: WaPo Graham says he appreciates Trump orders, but 'would much prefer a congressional agreement' Trump signs executive orders after coronavirus relief talks falter MORE on Sunday defended President TrumpDonald John TrumpDeWine tests negative for coronavirus a second time Several GOP lawmakers express concern over Trump executive orders Beirut aftermath poses test for US aid to frustrating ally MORE’s coronavirus executive actions and said that Democrats would be responsible for delaying assistance to Americans if they challenged them in court. “We’ve cleared with the office of legal counsel all these actions,” Mnuchin said on “Fox News Sunday,” adding  “if the Democrats want to challenge us...