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    (CNN) — The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention updated guidance on its website to say coronavirus can commonly spread “through respiratory droplets or small particles, such as those in aerosols,” which are produced even when a person breathes. “Airborne viruses, including COVID-19, are among the most contagious and easily spread,” the site now says. Previously, the CDC page said that Covid-19 was thought to spread mainly between people in close contact — about 6 feet — and “through respiratory droplets produced when an infected person coughs, sneezes or talks.” The page, updated Friday, still says Covid-19 most commonly spreads between people who are in close contact with one another, and now says the virus is known to spread...
    The SynVillan, or "Illusion" Villa, at the Eriksberg Hotel and Nature Reserve in Blekinge, Sweden is no ordinary getaway. Angelica Zander via Eriksberg Hotel & Nature Reserve Eriksberg Hotel and Nature Reserve’s Illusion Villa is perched three meters above the ground, offering the chance to fully immerse yourself in nature. Situated in Blekinge in south-east Sweden, the mirrored villa features a glass floor, giving you the opportunity to observe grazing animals at a feeding spot below. You can also enjoy spectacular views of the Baltic sea shore from the private terrace. Room prices start from £360 ($460) per night for two guests, and the hotel also offers additional guided tours of the grounds and safari park. Visit Insider's...
    COVID, hurricanes, wildfires, politics: 2020 is an American nightmare thats wearing us out Which states have the fewest coronavirus restrictions? Through 2 games, the Tom Brady-Rob Gronkowski connection is almost nonexistent The hype was unlike anything seen with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in years. Tom Brady and Rob Gronkowski, the quarterback-tight end connection that helped win three Super Bowls in New England, had been added to a Bucs passing attack that led the NFL in passing yards (and interceptions) last year with Jameis Winston at the helm. Gronkowski coming out of retirement and requesting a trade to Tampa Bay had the NFL hyped for a potential new contender, and more than a little bit curious about how it would...
    The A’s are just a win or a Houston Astros loss away from clinching the American League West with seven games to go in their season. We know, at least, that the A’s are going to the postseason, currently holding a 33-20 record. Here are a few questions they face as their third straight playoff appearance looms. Rhythm or rest? It’s fair to ask if the A’s might find it best to keep key players out of harm’s way. Should Matt Olson, who’s started every game this season, take a breather? Should Stephen Piscotty protect his ailing wrist? “If we do, then you have to get some guys some rest that are banged up, and we...
    Getty A new stimulus proposal could provide another $1,200 to Americans in 2020, after months of stalled negotiations on Capital Hill between Democrats and Republicans in Congress. The proposal, which came from members of the bipartisan House Problem Solvers Caucus, would provide the American economy with approximately $1.5 trillion in funding, including another round of stimulus checks. You can read an online version of the proposal here. A group of Democrat lawmakers quickly denounced the proposal. In a statement released by the House Committee on Appropriations, the lawmakers said the new proposal “falls short of what is needed to save lives and boost the economy.” The statement continued, “Unfortunately, today’s proposal retreats from these critical policies and fails...
    By Naomi Thomas | CNN The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention updated guidance on its website to say coronavirus can commonly spread “through respiratory droplets or small particles, such as those in aerosols,” which are produced even when a person breathes. “Airborne viruses, including COVID-19, are among the most contagious and easily spread,” the site now says. Previously, the CDC page said that Covid-19 was thought to spread mainly between people in close contact — about 6 feet — and “through respiratory droplets produced when an infected person coughs, sneezes or talks.” The page, updated Friday, still says Covid-19 most commonly spreads between people who are in close contact with one another, and now says the virus is...
    Dancing with the Stars fans have strong opinions about which celebrity should be sent home during the first elimination of the reality dance competition series. In the comments section of a recent post shared by DWTS on Instagram, they debated which star should exit just one week after the start of ballroom performances. All of the original celeb contestants demonstrated their initial mastery of difficult dance techniques and while some made it to the top of the leaderboard, others fell to the bottom after being scored by judges Carrie Ann Inaba, Derek Hough, and Bruno Tonioli. As of the September 14 episode, two couples scored the highest totals of the night. These were Disney Channel star Skai Jackson and her...
    The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has updated its guidance about the coronavirus to say the deadly bug can commonly spread “through respiratory droplets or small particles, such as those in aerosols,” which occur even when a person breathes, according to a report. “It is possible that COVID-19 may spread through the droplets and airborne particles that are formed when a person who has COVID-19 coughs, sneezes, sings, talks, or breathes,” the CDC says on its website. “There is growing evidence that droplets and airborne particles can remain suspended in the air and be breathed in by others, and travel distances beyond 6 feet (for example, during choir practice, in restaurants, or in fitness classes),” the guidance says....
    The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has updated its guidance about the coronavirus to say the deadly bug can commonly spread “through respiratory droplets or small particles, such as those in aerosols,” which occur even when a person breathes, according to a report. “It is possible that COVID-19 may spread through the droplets and airborne particles that are formed when a person who has COVID-19 coughs, sneezes, sings, talks, or breathes,” the CDC says on its website. “There is growing evidence that droplets and airborne particles can remain suspended in the air and be breathed in by others, and travel distances beyond 6 feet (for example, during choir practice, in restaurants, or in fitness classes),” the guidance says. “In...
    The US Centers for Disease Control has admitted for the first time that coronavirus is airborne as it updated its guidelines on how the virus spreads. The agency previously said the disease was spread via large droplets expelled when a patient coughs and sneezes, infecting people in close contact with them.  But the new guidelines, updated on Friday, acknowledge 'growing evidence' that the virus can be spread via very small droplets that are expelled when a patient breathes, can linger in the air, and travel further than six feet. Airborne viruses 'are among the most contagious and easily spread', the CDC warns, while advising people to use air purifiers to clean the air in indoor spaces, in addition to wearing masks,...
    (CNN)The United States is closing in on the somber milestone of 200,000 deaths from Covid-19 as more than half of states are reporting a rise in cases. The climb comes after many states had seen case numbers decline following a summer resurgence of infections. Among the states reporting more new cases in the last seven days are Wisconsin, Idaho, South Dakota, Iowa and Kansas, all of which also are reporting a coronavirus positivity rate above 15%. The positivity rate is the percentage of all the tests given that come back positive for coronavirus.Most of the US is headed in the wrong direction again with Covid-19 cases as deaths near 200,000Track the virus in your state and across the USRead MoreThe...
    The Young and the Restless spoilers weekly preview video for September 21 through 25 teases that Summer and Kyle both pop the question, but they decide to keep their new status under wraps. However, Phyllis happens to figure it out, and she and Nick are less than thrilled when they figure out the big news. Kyle (Michael Mealor) has a little blue box with a meaningful engagement ring in it for Summer (Hunter King). She also surprises him with a small black box with a special piece of jewelry. Simultaneously, both Summer and Kyle ask the other to get married, and the answer is yes. Of course, Kyle still has the small legal entanglement of his marriage to Lola (Sasha...
    Rocker Bruce Springsteen revealed in a wide-ranging interview with Rolling Stone that Joe Biden wasn’t his first choice of Democrats vying to challenge President Donald Trump in the election. Springsteen also says white supremacy and white privilege and not “veins in our extremities, rather than an aorta that cuts through the very heart of the nation.” Springsteen said that he has found the last few years to be a “very disturbing time,” and that “overall, as somebody who was a born populist, I’ve got a little less faith in my neighbors than I had four years ago.” “White supremacy and white privilege have gone much deeper than I thought they did,” the rocker said on the subject of the Marxist political organization Black Lives Matter,...
    Is business travel dead? Border closures and domestic quarantines have caused tens of millions of American to miss their vacations, and we are all supposed to be lamenting that trip to the beach or to Vietnam. Instead, after six months of being grounded, I miss boring trips: one- or two-night hops to mid-sized American cities and small towns for work. Domestic business trips aren’t supposed to be fun, and for the most part, they aren’t. The reward for waking up at 4 a.m. to take the train to the bus to LaGuardia is to board a little plane and be stuck next to a strange, tall man in economy class on a short flight with no food. After performing a...
    The 2020 Emmys on ABC will be like no other in the show’s 71-year history on television. The opening monologue, delivered by the show’s host, is traditionally the show’s high point — with the exception of last year, when the Emmys went host-less … and hit an all-time viewership low. But as we’ve seen time and again, the monologue can either make or break the entire event. Sunday night’s host, Jimmy Kimmel, is expected to open the historic, virtually produced broadcast with a monologue. No one knows what to expect or how it will go over — especially with an audience being patched into the telecast and no live laughter for Kimmel to gauge how he’s doing. With that in...
    Democrats have threatened to pack the Supreme Court if Donald Trump's nomination gets confirmed following the death of Ruth Bader Ginsburg.  The president on Saturday urged the GOP-run Senate to consider 'without delay' his upcoming nomination to fill the seat vacated by Justice Ginsburg, who died Friday. The move comes just six weeks before the election.  Since 1869 nine justices have served on the nation's highest court.  Joe Kennedy III, who represents Massachusetts' 4th Congressional District and is the grandson of Robert F. Kennedy, tweeted Sunday: 'If he holds a vote in 2020, we pack the court in 2021. It’s that simple.'  House Judiciary Chairman Jerry Nadler wrote on Twitter: 'If Sen. McConnell and @SenateGOP were to force through a nominee during...
    A trio of New Jersey garbage men was caught on now-viral video busting out moves in the middle of the street while working. As singer Cupid’s 2007 dance hit the “Cupid Shuffle’’ blared from speakers on the Roselle Sanitation truck in Keansburg in Monmouth County last week, the workers boogied while emptying residents’ trash cans. “I was kind of going through something, and I’m looking around, everybody’s moping, and they’re sad,” recalled one of the sanit workers, William Watson, to TV’s News 12 New Jersey. “[So] I started dancing. Then he started dancing, then he started dancing,’’ Watson said of his coworkers. “We didn’t even know we were being recorded.’’ One of the trash men-with-moves, Rodrick Samuels, said he...
    Now that’s what I like to hear. On a scale of 1 to “Donald Trump got shorted a McNugget in his lunch order,” the palpable rage is at about a 9 right now. And rising. But this may settle my humors some. Politico: During a Democratic Caucus call Saturday afternoon, Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer told his colleagues “everything Americans value is at stake” and vowed to respond if Republicans fill Ginsburg’s seat before January.   “Let me be clear: if Leader McConnell and Senate Republicans move forward with this, then nothing is off the table for next year,” Schumer declared. “Nothing is off the table.” Does that mean my dream of packing baking soda into every Trump...
    Ashlie D. Stevens September 20, 2020 3:00PM (UTC) Do you remember how there was a point — early in the pandemic — when people were writing down the ways in which they would improve themselves during their extra at-home hours? They were going to download a language app and become proficient in German; they were going to have the time for two-a-day workouts; they were going to pull out their guitar again and finally get through that list of songs for beginners, starting with "Love Me Do."  Instagram life coaches wrote lengthy captions about capturing the moment, about the ways in which you can #BossUp even when things are tough.  : But then reality hit. This wasn't summer camp...
    During the NASCAR Xfinity Series race at the Bristol Motor Speedway, Michael Annett was in a good position until he crashed. As it turned out, he was driving around the outside of Joe Graf Jr. when the incident occurred. Apparently, Graf Jr. lost control of his #08 car and slid into Annett’s #1 car. Graf spun and hit the wall backward, while Annett slid in headfirst. The good news was that Annett was able to continue. However, the bad news was that it ended his Top-10 streak and eliminated him from the Playoffs. Michael Annett was absolutely gutted Admittedly, Annett has been on an excellent run of form and put in one of his most consistent performances to date. Naturally,...
    Caren Morrison, Georgia State University United States Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg died on Sept. 18, thrusting the acrimonious struggle for control of the Supreme Court into public view. President Trump and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell have already vowed to nominate and confirm a replacement for the 87-year-old justice and women’s rights icon. This contradicts the justification the Republican-controlled Senate used when they refused to consider the nomination of Merrick Garland, President Barack Obama’s pick for the Court after the death of Antonin Scalia in February 2016. Garland, a moderate judge on the D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals, was nominated in March 2016, but McConnell balked on the basis that it was an election year. “The American people...
    Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer told his colleagues that "nothing is off the table next year" if Republicans push through a nominee for the Supreme Court in the next several weeks. A source told Axios about the comment made to congressional Democrats on a conference call on Saturday, and other outlets have confirmed it. After Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg died on Friday night, the fight over whether or not her seat would be filled before the inauguration began immediately. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell announced that the Senate will vote on President Trump’s nominee, if he is to put one up. In a tweet on Saturday, Trump indicated that he would nominate a replacement for the late justice...
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    In more than 25 years of working in trauma medicine and emergency rooms, Dr. Frank Huyler, 55, has seen gunshot wounds, Iraq War veterans with PTSD, bank robbers, addicts, animal attacks, murder victims, a woman who inserted a sewing needle into her own heart, and a patient who lied about being a rock star from the ’80s in order to get better treatment. But what stays with Huyler most are the small, touching moments with his patients. Once, Huyler treated a woman with dwarfism who had been drinking and dancing on top of a bar when she fell. Badly injured, she came into the ER unconscious and had to be intubated. After Huyler saved her life, he imagined living with...
    In more than 25 years of working in trauma medicine and emergency rooms, Dr. Frank Huyler, 55, has seen gunshot wounds, Iraq War veterans with PTSD, bank robbers, addicts, animal attacks, murder victims, a woman who inserted a sewing needle into her own heart, and a patient who lied about being a rock star from the ’80s in order to get better treatment. But what stays with Huyler most are the small, touching moments with his patients. Once, Huyler treated a woman with dwarfism who had been drinking and dancing on top of a bar when she fell. Badly injured, she came into the ER unconscious and had to be intubated. After Huyler saved her life, he imagined living with...
    What can we do for our deeply stressed country right now, when a pandemic has us in its grip and we suddenly have to worry that our votes won’t be counted and our own president won’t so much as wear a mask to keep us safe or talk about one nation indivisible, rather than red states versus blue? Sometimes in the constant static of us and them, it’s so hard to remember the all of us. So I am grateful for the reminder that came my way recently from one of our newest citizens. On Aug. 20, one day after her 65th birthday, Clemencia Isabel Morales, born in Guatemala, put on a polka dot dress and went downtown to the...
    Songs we’d love to hear Beyoncé cover 7 Reasons Not to Move When You Retire Opinion: As the SEC pushed through with patience, the Big Ten faltered in its handling of COVID-19 The stress was unrelenting, and Greg Sankey’s head pounded. Why the Big Tens return needed to happen to legitimize CFP and 2020 champion USA TODAY SPORTS See more videos SHARE SHARE TWEET SHARE EMAIL What to watch next Bakersfield College breaking racial barriers in the athletics department KERO Bakersfield, CA Lorenzen Wright’s family is still waiting for justice: Part 11 ABC News Protesters call for Rootstown superintendents resignation after football coach leaves WKYC-TV Cleveland Fire Fight Against Bobcat Fire...
    David Edwards September 19, 2020 9:17AM (UTC) This article originally appeared on Raw Story Fox News contributor Brit Hume reacted to the death of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg by cautioning Republican leaders against replacing the liberal icon before the November election. Hume made the remarks on Fox News after noting that both President Donald Trump and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) have previously vowed to hypothetically have a nominee approved before the election. : "Lindsey Graham back in 2018… said that even if were were just into the primary season, he would not want to see a nominee advance in the election year," Hume explained. "I think the circumstances may have changed since [McConnell] outlined that."...
    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...
    Blue check leftists on Twitter vowed violence in America if Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell attempts to replace Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, who died Friday night at age 87. Leftist writer Reza Aslan tweeted: “If they even TRY to replace RBG we burn the entire fucking thing down.” If they even TRY to replace RBG we burn the entire fucking thing down. — Reza Aslan (@rezaaslan) September 19, 2020 He later tweeted: “Over our dead bodies. Literally.” Over our dead bodies. Literally. https://t.co/rQbvuKakHU — Reza Aslan (@rezaaslan) September 19, 2020 Writer Beau Willimon tweeted: “We’re shutting this country down if Trump and McConnell try to ram through an appointment before the election.” We’re shutting this country down if Trump and McConnell...
    Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg died Friday from complications to metastatic cancer. She was 87. The jurist was revered as a champion of women’s rights as she became the high court’s second female justice. She leaves a long legacy as the leader of the court’s liberal wing in her final years, which is marked by fiery dissents. Her work earned her numerous admirers and they gave her the nickname “the Notorious RBG.” The photo gallery above shows the Supreme Court justice over the years. It shows her nomination and her swearing-in ceremony. It follows her career in the highest court in the land. It finishes with one of her appearances in 2020 during a discussion of the 100th...
    CNN’s Jeffrey Toobin said Friday night, following the tragic passing of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, if Mitch McConnell and the Senate GOP were to push through a Supreme Court nominee before the election it would be “the greatest act of hypocrisy in American political history.” Toobin noted how after the passing of Antonin Scalia in 2016, Republicans held up the nomination of Merrick Garland and then after Donald Trump won the election he nominated Neil Gorsuch for the seat. Toobin went through the list Trump recently laid out for who he’d appoint to the Supreme Court, saying, “This would be a deeply, deeply right wing court, and John Roberts — who has shown signs of moderation — would...
    Nothing in Ryan Murphy’s new Netflix series Ratched connects to Miloš Forman’s 1975 masterpiece One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest except the title character. For one thing, the series takes place in St. Lucia Hospital in Northern California in the late 1940s, while the movie was set in Oregon State Hospital in the 1960s. The film makes a pitch for individualism in the face of an overwhelming authoritarian rule, while the show is meant to illuminate how the era’s brutal mental-health treatments proved detrimental to doctors and patients alike. But instead of engendering empathy for the mentally ill, Murphy’s Ratched does exactly the opposite. The eight episodes of Ratched’s first season, which airs in full Sept. 18 on Netflix,...
    (CNN)This week, wildfires scorched the West Coast as President Trump questioned climate science. Meanwhile, the US Postal Service remained in the spotlight as a federal judge moved to block policy changes and The Washington Post revealed the White House had halted a plan that would have distributed face masks to Americans through the Postal Service this spring.   Monday Trump baselessly questions climate science during California wildfire briefing Bipartisan officials from several states rebuke USPS' inaccurate election mailers Tuesday Trump dismisses voter questions on how he handled coronavirus Avalanche of mail ballots -- and ballot-watchers -- threatens to slow results after polls close Read MoreWednesday Army National Guard major told Congress feds requested heat ray and stockpiled ammunition before...
    Gary Woodland was hoping a return to the US Open this week as defending champion could give him some renewed energy and get his game back on track. But he may need a little more help to cure what’s actually been ailing him: a torn labrum in his hip. Woodland revealed he has been playing through the injury Friday after shooting a 4-over-par 74 at Winged Foot to drop to 8-over through two rounds. The 2019 US Open champion is expected to miss the cut, which should give his hip some rest before he visits a specialist on Monday. “I’ve got a lot of pain in there, and I’ve been fighting through it, but it gets to a point...
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    Gary Woodland was hoping a return to the US Open this week as defending champion could give him some renewed energy and get his game back on track. But he may need a little more help to cure what’s actually been ailing him: a torn labrum in his hip. Woodland revealed he has been playing through the injury Friday after shooting a 4-over-par 74 at Winged Foot to drop to 8-over through two rounds. The 2019 US Open champion is expected to miss the cut, which should give his hip some rest before he visits a specialist on Monday. “I’ve got a lot of pain in there, and I’ve been fighting through it, but it gets to a point where...
    Here at the New York Post, we aim to always deliver the best deals and discounts—that’s why we’re offering our three-day VIP Sale. On top of the sales already going on, we decided to drop the prices even further this weekend only. To help you navigate the savings, we rounded up 20 of our favorite products that are now deeply discounted. Now run, don’t walk, because these deals are going to sell out fast. Sam’s Club Membership + $45 eGiftcards, only $39.99 through 9/20—no promo code needed Sign up for a Sam’s Club Membership and get your initiation fee back in $45 worth of gift cards! LIZ: The Smart Self-Cleaning Bottle with UV Sterilization, only $45.99 through 9/20—no promo...
    Houstons visit to Baylor becomes latest Week 3 game postponed due to coronavirus This Is the Most Popular Name in the U.S. Right Now Opinion: Stock market is at the start of a selloff, says veteran trader Larry Williams Larry Williams Attention, investors: Spooky times are on the way for the stock market. You should trust your instincts if you’re nervous because of the wobbly action in the S&P 500 Index (SPX) Nasdaq (COMP) and the Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA) since these indices got slammed in early September. Starting right about now, the stock market will see a significant and sustained selloff through about Oct. 10. Don’t look to gold as a hedge. It’s riding for a fall, too, despite the...
    An Ohio man wants to spread a message of support for the police and courage in the face of the pandemic by walking around his state carrying flags with him. Conrad Allen, 52, of Putnam County carries a "thin blue line" flag, a flag supporting President Donald Trump, and a United States flag 15 to 20 miles each day around the perimeter of the state. During the COVID-19 pandemic, he wants people to know "we don't have to be afraid of each other," telling WKEF-TV he hopes his actions will inspire people to be less afraid. "COVID is real, but so is being free," Allen said. Allen is the executive director of...
    Lakers vs. Nuggets isn’t the Western Conference Finals we were expecting. These are the lineup, matchup and strategic issues that will decide a winner. The Western Conference Finals are here. It’s not the Battle for Los Angeles that many envisioned since last July, but instead, the Lakers taking on the Denver Nuggets for the right to represent their conference against the winner of Celtics vs. Heat. There are any number of factors that will contribute to who advances, but we want to focus on these four questions in particular. LA’s defense was slightly more solid with Davis at center (106.7 points per 100 non-garbage time possessions, per Cleaning the Glass) than power forward (107.8) during the regular season. The offensive...
    Apple's latest iPhone software update features a new ‘warning dot’ that enables users to see whether one of their apps is watching or listening in. Released this week, iOS 14 displays a small orange dot at the top corner of the iPhone's display to let users know their microphone is activated.   The small but noticeable dot appears just above the signal bars and next to the battery indicator.  It switches to dark green when the camera is activated too, telling iPhone users that apps are 'watching'.  This is not much to worry about when users are enjoying a video call over apps like Zoom and Facebook Messenger, which need camera and audio to work. But the dot will be a...
    (CNN)Earl Moore remembers the day his father walked out. He was 12 years old and hundreds of miles away at his grandparents' house in Florida when his father broke the news over the phone. When young Moore returned home, his mother was inconsolable. "I felt like I was unlovable. I really felt small," the 44-year-old said. "I wanted to do all I could to make the house better, to feel better at home. And I didn't know how to do it." Earl Moore is a recovering opioid addict who found peace and achieved sobriety after discovering his passsion for crafting instruments.Moore discovered the power of opioids to take that pain away while attending college at the University of Kentucky in...
    By: KDKA-TV News Staff PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – This Saturday, 412 Food Rescue and the Pittsburgh Steelers will be teaming up for a food distribution on the North Shore. It will begin at 11:00 a.m. and last until 1:00 p.m. in Gold Lot 4 at North Shore Drive & Mazeroski Way, The distribution will serve residents of the North Side, Downtown Pittsburgh, and surrounding neighborhoods. Families will receive a box of fresh produce and dairy provided by Paragon Foods and Schneider’s Dairy. Both drive-up and walk-ups will be welcome. 412 Food Rescue is asking those planning to attend to enter Gold Lot 4 at West General Robinson Street and exit onto North Shore Drive after getting their...
    Nawazuddin Siddiqui, one of the versatile actors of Indian Cinema, is going to be back on Netflix with another intriguing show, Serious Men. He was last seen in the crime thriller Raat Akeli Hai and his performance as an inspector was lauded by the audience. Right now, fans of the actor are looking forward to see him in the role of a father, a Mumbaikar, who is an ambitious underachiever and expects that through his son he would be able to improve his family’s fortunes. Serious Men Teaser: Nawazuddin Siddiqui Is a Man With Big Dreams For His Son In This Netflix Project (Watch Video). Starring Indira Tiwari, Aakshath Das, Shweta Basu Prasad and Nassar in key roles, the...
    President Donald Trump on Thursday warned that Sen. Kamala Harris might become the President of the United States if former Vice President Joe Biden was elected and unable to finish his presidency. “If a woman is going to become the first president of the United States, it can’t be her,” Trump said. “That would rip our country apart. This is not what people want. And she comes in through the back door.” The president spoke about Harris, Biden’s running mate, during a campaign rally in Wisconsin on Thursday night. “This would not be what people want, especially because it’s her. The president recalled that Biden referred to a “Harris-Biden administration” hinting that the former vice president believed that Harris was...
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    Chicagos history of systemic racism blamed for nearly 9-year life expectancy gap between Black and white residents, according to new report Sonic puts its cherished ice up for auction, gets bids above $300 All the Spring 2021 Fashion Week Beauty Looks We Admired Through Our Screens Once upon a time (aka earlier this year), beauty editors huddled backstage at Fashion Week, recorder in hand, and asked the world's most famous makeup artists like Pat McGrath questions like, "What was your inspiration for this beauty look?" © Courtesy of Press Office - Imaxtree Spring 2021 Fashion Week was completely digital. But that didn't stop us from obsessing over the beauty looks through our screen. Times are different. We're...
    As many folks do over the summer, Greg Yuelling and his family were visiting the famed Civil War battle site in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, earlier this month. And he knew about the ghost stories. "I've heard people say you can catch videos of ghosts around there, but we were so skeptical until that night," the 46-year-old told The U.S. Sun. "I always questioned the validity of those ghost videos you see on TV; I was always pretty disbelieving." Then he added these words to the paper: "I believe everything now." What happened? "We just went there as tourists, to learn more about the history of the Civil War and see the old battleground, where...
    For indispensable reporting on the coronavirus crisis, the election, and more, subscribe to the Mother Jones Daily newsletter. As wildfires ravage the West Coast and continue to engulf lives and livelihoods and homes, spreading the worst air quality in the world, it’s hard to imagine live music going strong. It does, remotely and safely, and just in time. One of the most thrilling this month comes from California, a powerhouse performance on September 26 by Zakir Hussain, Charles Lloyd, and Julian Lage, any one of whom is must-watch. This is the first time they’re performing as a trio. Healdsburg Jazz is impressively unfazed by the heavy extra work of safely producing shows during the pandemic and fires, and they’re pulling...
    Education groups in South Dakota say containing coronavirus a nightmare Giorgio Armani is one of the richest people in fashion. How the 86-year-old designer spends his billions, from a 213-foot yacht to homes in Italy, NYC, and the Caribbean. 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 ...
    (CNN)Pete Souza became an unlikely political figure, stepping out from his behind-the-scenes role as official White House photographer and into the spotlight with Instagram posts jabbing President Trump, which became the book "Shade: A Tale of Two Presidents." That provides the foundation for a documentary, "The Way I See It," which offers an insider's view of Barack Obama presidency through Souza's unerring lens.Souza served as a photographer in the Reagan White House before he was approached about chronicling Obama's terms -- a job with its own fascinating background that he approached, Souza says here, as "a historian with a camera," constantly thinking of "mood, emotion, context."For Souza, that spanned the gamut of experiences, from the killing of Osama bin Laden...
    A SAVVY woman has revealed her ultimate ‘mum hack’ to get kids quickly dressed and out the door in the mornings - and it only costs a few quid.  Any parent will know trying to get children up and ready is a laborious process, with missing shoes, socks and last-minute bathroom trips required. 3She shared her 'mum hack' online - and it will come in handy as we head into autumnCredit: Facebook Ensuring everyone has the right kit takes longer in the winter, as you need to add gloves, scarves and hats into the equation - but one mum has figured out how to make the morning routine so much simpler.  She revealed she uses a hanging shoe rack to...
    This is the incredible moment firefighters rushed into a California neighborhood as flames ravaged homes then had to drive through a wall of flames when the Creek Fire became too dangerous to fight. Footage from the City of Merced Fire Department shared on Wednesday showed the devastation and danger from the point of view of the heroes, providing a brief look at how brave the men and women launched their rescue mission within the first 12 hours of the blaze. The helmet camera footage is from nearly two weeks ago on September 4. Dozens of fires have burned some 4.5 million acres of tinder-dry brush, grass and woodlands in Oregon, California and Washington state since August, ravaging several small towns,...
    BOSTON (CBS) – Mr. Music has been a staple in Allston for 47 years. Sal Barone, who co-owns the store with his brother Tom, explains, “The store opened up in 1973 predominately as a record store, 8-track tapes, accessories and radios and what have you and it slowly expanded into musical instruments.” In March, the music store dealt with something it had never had to deal with before: shutting down business. When they reopened in June, they were pleasantly surprised by what they found. Sal explained that sales jumped about 50%, adding, “There was a big uptick in business. People were going stir crazy and they wanted to start learning to play guitars, ukuleles, so as soon as we opened...
    SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- A Spare the Air Alert will remain in effect through Wednesday in the Bay Area.The alert will expire Wednesday, after 30 days of Spare the Air conditions in the region.There will likely be an advisory on Thursday in certain parts of the Bay Area for smoke, but the air will not be considered unhealthy. A Spare the Air Alert has been extended through 9/16. Smoke from wildfires throughout California, Oregon, and Washington is causing unhealthy air quality in the region. Stay indoors with windows & doors closed to protect your health. For more info, visit https://t.co/Kxx8fjVwAz. pic.twitter.com/OdeMdPEVet— Spare The Air (@SpareTheAir) September 14, 2020App users: For a better experience, click here to view the full map...
    A STUDENT was hit by a car and thrown through the air at an illegal street rally on Saturday, leaving him in critical condition. Austin Dubinetskiy, 21, underwent brain surgery after the sideshow in Sacramento, California, where an estimated 700 cars were in attendance. 4Austin Dubinetskiy, 21, was hit and thrown through the air at an illegal street car rally in Sacramento on SaturdayCredit: FOX40 According to KOVR, Dubinetskiy was watching someone do a donut on the street when he crossed near the car – and was run over. The news outlet reports that video from the scene shows the moment the 21-year-old was hit and knocked down by the vehicle. 4Dubinetskiy is a student at Sacramento State UniversityCredit: Instagram/Heather...
    CNN anchor Brian Stelter claimed Wednesday that anchors on his network veered into “opinion” territory in order to expose liars. Stelter made a brief appearance on ABC’s “The View” to discuss media and and its impact on the political climate in the United States. (RELATED: CNN Guest Says There’s No Network On The Left Dedicated To Tearing Down Trump) WATCH: Host Sara Haines referenced Stelter’s recent book, “Hoax,” and asked what he thought about the media’s role in the divisiveness that has become a part of American political culture. “You write about the struggle between the journalism side of Fox News and the opinion side,” Haines said, noting that many networks seemed to have similar problems drawing a hard...
    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 Savvy Americans do this to earn an extra $1,394 per month in retirement Ad Microsoft Wearing This 30 Mins/Day Reverses Years Of Bad Posture & Back Pain Ad Microsoft 23 Gadgets That Could Sell Out Before the Holidays Ad Microsoft Full screen 1/22 SLIDES...
    Ghosts appear caught on camera running across a road at the Gettysburg Civil War battle site in Pennsylvania, a location widely believed to be one of America’s most haunted areas. Greg Yuelling took the ghostly, viral video as he drove through the historic site on a recent visit with his family.  Hide Hide The battle, described as the war’s turning point, involved the entire war’s largest number of casualties. Union Maj. Gen. George Meade’s Army of the Potomac defeated attacks by Confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee’s Army of Northern Virginia, halting Lee’s invasion of the North—breaking the Gettysburg Campaign. Hide Between 46,000 and 51,000 soldiers from the North and South armies were casualties in the three-day battle. It was the deadliest single...
    SexEmulator Project QT Custom Order Maid 3D Wasteland 3D Pirate Jessica House Party LifeSelector 3D Sex Villa Adult World 3D Koikatsu Party If you’ve ever thought about trying to play porn games online, you’ve probably considered the consequences. You risk meeting Trojan horses and viruses, two pesky motherf*^k#r$ that mess up our computers, our wallets, and our lives. They seem impossible to avoid, popping up everywhere from downloads to emails from secret admirers. If you’re old enough, you might remember the mother of all viruses: “ILOVEYOU”. This baby ravaged tens of millions of computers across the globe. If you’re one of the few who never clicked on the corrupted email, here’s what you missed.  A student in...
    A conservative who voted for Donald Trump in 2016 is slamming the President’s response to the question he asked on national TV during ABC News’ town hall Tuesday night. “Mr. President, I voted for you in 2016. I’m a conservative, pro-life and diabetic,” Paul Tubiana of Bethlehem, Pennsylvania told Trump. “I’ve had to dodge people who don’t care about social distancing and wearing face masks. I thought you were doing a good job with the pandemic response until about May 1. Then you took your foot off the gas pedal. Why did you throw vulnerable people like me under the bus?” Trump offered him a defensive, dismissive response, basically telling him he was just flat-out wrong. “Well, we really didn’t, Paul.” CNN’s Brian Stelter reached...
    One Yankees players could be an MVP candidate by the end of the 2020 season By: Alexander Wilson September 16, 2020 ShareShareTweetThe New York Yankees always have a few players that are in the running for MVP accolades at the end of the season. While they haven’t been able to cement one just yet, with the latest being Aaron Judge landing second place due to a cheating Jose Altuve in 2017, one player for them this year could inch a bit closer. Slugger Luke Voit has been stellar this season through 44 games. The Yankees have played a total of 48 games, meaning Voit has missed only four due to rest. He has...
    Sign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York City A Black woman was attacked in Queens as the perpetrator threw a bottle and racial slurs at her while the victim was jogging. Authorities say that at 12 p.m. on Aug. 17, the 37-year-old woman was jogging at the northeast corner of 53rd Place and Broadway in Woodside when an unknown white woman approached the corner. The woman, who was drinking from a glass bottle, hurled the bottle at the victim as she ran by. The bigot reportedly yelled, “Get out of here, n—-r!” at the victim. The victim was not injured and continued to jog away as the suspect continued...
    Hurricane Sallys center roars into Alabama, and its crawling pace threatens catastrophic flooding Why are Trader Joe’s employees so cheerful? Readers’ Choice: All The Beauty Products That Got You (and Celebs) Through Quarantine This year we decided to shake things up. © Provided by Instyle Mark Lim For the first time ever, we left the winners of our 2020 Readers’ Choice Beauty Awards up to you. We asked what products have been your go-to in quarantine for makeup, hair, skincare, and nails. And after reading through thousands of responses of detailed regimens and tallying up the votes, we present you with the deep conditioners, serums, face powders, and body hydrators that you raved about.  © Mark Lim This...
    Protests against President Donald Trump during visit to Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, for ABC’s town hall were met by a small group of Trump supporters, though the evening remained peaceful. Trump supporters and protesters alike gathered at the Independence National Historical Park on Tuesday night in response to Trump’s town hall. Trump supporters wave a “Trump 2020” flag while standing on an elevated surface in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania on Sept. 15, 2020. (Kaylee Greenlee / DCNF) A woman holds a Trump 2020 sign in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania on Sept. 15, 2020. (Kaylee Greenlee / DCNF) A protester flashes his middle finger at Trump supporters in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania on Sept. 15, 2020. (Kaylee Greenlee / DCNF) Anti-Trump protesters yelled at Trump supporters across a line...
    WWE Superstars have made their names outside the company through appearances on movies and TV Shows. Dwayne Johnson has practically made a blockbuster of a career out of his Hollywood life. Now it looks as if Sasha Banks has also joined the club. In a recent post on Instagram, “The Boss” revealed that she will be making an appearance on the hit Disney TV Series “The Mandalorian”, which is set to launch its second season soon. The former WWE Women’s Champion has set the WWE Universe ablaze with this news. Fans are stoked about seeing their idol on screen.  The Mandalorian is Disney’s breakthrough TV Series that topped the charts on its debut and run. The first season saw no...
    The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) is preparing a possible antitrust lawsuit against Facebook after a year of investigating whether the social media giant is stifling competition through acquisitions, according to a source.   The consumer trust watchdog is gearing up to file a suit against the social media giant before the end of 2020, an unidentified person familiar with the matter told the Wall Street Journal.  The FTC, headed by Republican chairman Joseph Simons, has spent more than a year carrying out a probe into Facebook's practices and whether the company has broken antitrust laws and used its dominant position in the tech sector to stamp out competition. News of a possible suit comes after founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg was brought before the...
    TEEN Mom fans begged star Chelsea Houska for a spinoff show. The fans justified the request by explaining that they "fast-forward through Briana" DeJesus and the rest of the cast. 9Teen Mom fans asked Chelsea to get her own reality showCredit: MTV 9Chelsea promoted a new episode of Teen Mom 2 on InstagramCredit: Instagram 9One person said that they 'fast forward' through Briana Jesus' segmentsCredit: Instagram Chelsea's fans flooded the comments section of a new video that the 29-year-old posted on Instagram, which was a commercial for Tuesday's episode of the MTV reality show. Chelsea captioned the clip:  "They grow up so fast! ???? Catch a new episode of #TeenMom2 tonight at 8/7c on @mtv" One fan admitted: "I fast forward though Briana,"...
    West Coast wildfires are ravaging communities. Heres how to help victims and first responders Devastating Recent Restaurant Closures 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 Full screen 1/11 SLIDES © Getty / Jeremy Moeller / Edward Berthelot Old Navy Has Over 120 Sweaters Right Now; Here Are the 10 We're Adding to Our Carts BUY NOW $40 While going through Old Navy's new arrivals over the weekend, we couldn't help...
    I see via the Washington Post that the Census Bureau has released its latest estimate of the uninsured population in the United States through 2019. Here it is: The number of uninsured dropped steadily through 2016 but has risen slowly ever since Donald Trump took office. Let’s compare this to the CDC’s survey, which has always been my go-to source for the most accurate numbers. I haven’t checked in with them for a while, so here’s the latest, including the first quarter of 2020: This tells roughly the same story. The data is a little bit noisier since the CDC reports quarterly, and it shows that the increase started around 2018. Either way, it appears that Trump’s effort...
    Our hearts go out to Gaurav Chopra. The man has been through great lows and a definite high which must have altered his life permanently. Losing both your parents within days of each other is something none of us can bear. The actor had to go through that. His mother passed away due to COVID-19 first and then within a few days, his dad was no more. Both were ailing from the same disease. After such an emotional turmoil, a ray of hope entered his life when he and his wife Hitisha were blessed with a baby boy.  Mulling over the same, Chopra has written a post on Instagram which might make your eyes moist. Gaurav Chopra Shares How It’s Difficult...
    The father of the hero Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department deputy — identified as Claudia Apolinar — is speaking out on his daughter's condition. A gunman opened fire on Apolinar and her 24-year-old colleague in an ambush-style attack on Saturday. Apolinar was able to place a tourniquet on the other officer following the attack and also radioed for help. The suspect is still at large, and authorities are offering $200,000 for information connected to the shooting. What are the details? According to the Daily Mail, Apolinar, 31, is a rookie police officer who graduated from the police academy in 2019. Prior to becoming an officer of the law, the mother of a 6-year-old child was a librarian....
    Jack Dorsey, chief executive officer of Square Inc., second right, tours the floor of the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) in New York, U.S., on Thursday, Nov. 19, 2015.Yana Paskova | Bloomberg | Getty Images Square is letting workers access some of their earned wages ahead of schedule, which could add fuel to the company's recently booming banking business. San Francisco-based Square on Tuesday launched "On-Demand Pay," which lets those using Square for payroll give employees up to $200 of a paycheck ahead of the normal biweekly schedule. Those funds can be funneled directly into Square's popular mobile account, the Cash App.  Square, run by Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey, also announced an "instant payments" feature, which lets businesses fund payroll...
    SACRAMENTO, California -- A Sacramento Police Department officer is being praised for the way he helped a child with autism found alone downtown.In a post on Facebook, the police department said "#ItsWhatWeDo" when detailing the thoughtful action an officer took to help a child with special needs.Police say a community member called authorities when a child who appeared "scared and confused" was spotted alone.According to SPD, a bike officer located the child and identified him through a bus pass.That's when the officer learned the child had non-verbal autism. In order to communicate, the officer reportedly gave the child a pencil and paper to write on.It was through this gesture that police say the officer was able to locate a family...
    By WILL GRAVES, AP Sports Writer The cathedrals lie empty. Wrigley. Fenway. Yankee Stadium. PNC Park. Progressive Field. Sure, their lights are on as Major League Baseball tries to squeeze in a truncated 60-game season in the middle of a pandemic. But no one is home save for a few dozen players running around in masks under the din of artificial crowd noise in front of a handful of well-positioned cardboard cutouts. Step outside the gates, and the artifice evaporates. Reality sets in. As MLB sprints through two months trying to provide a small semblance of normalcy to its fan base and much-needed fresh content to its broadcast partners, the businesses in the neighborhoods surrounding the stadiums that rely so...
    The cathedrals lie empty. Wrigley. Fenway. Yankee Stadium. PNC Park. Progressive Field. Sure, their lights are on as Major League Baseball tries to squeeze in a truncated 60-game season in the middle of a pandemic. But no one is home save for a few dozen players running around in masks under the din of artificial crowd noise in front of a handful of well-positioned cardboard cutouts. Step outside the gates, and the artifice evaporates. Reality sets in. As MLB sprints through two months trying to provide a small semblance of normalcy to its fan base and much-needed fresh content to its broadcast partners, the businesses in the neighborhoods surrounding the stadiums that rely so heavily on thousands making...
    Summer is still here for another week – and what better way to celebrate the last bit of the season than by going to a theme park? If your first thought was “literally anything else since COVID has complicated visiting theme parks,” you’re in luck because you can rent an entire park for just you and your family to go on all the unlimited rides that you want (within the rental window). Beech Bend Amusement Park & Splash Lagoon in Bowling Green, Ky., is putting its theme park up for rent for families of six for up to eight hours, a release shared with Fox News states. Though it will cost you much, much more than the standard adult...
    31-year old Los Angeles Sheriff Deputy Claudia Apolinar gave first aid to her fellow deputy after both were ambushed Saturday night by a gunman, video shows. Apolinar joined the Los Angeles Sheriff’s Department (LASD) three years ago and previously worked as a librarian, according to Daily Mail. Apolinar and her unidentified 24-year old male colleague were in their patrol car when an unidentified gunman walked up to the vehicle and began shooting, video shows. Moments ago, 2 of our Sheriff Deputies were shot in Compton and were transported to a local hospital. They are both still fighting for their lives, so please keep them in your thoughts and prayers. We will update this thread with information as it becomes available....
              Live from Virginia Monday morning on The John Fredericks Show –  weekdays on WNTW AM 820/ FM 92.7 – Richmond, WJFN FM 100.5 – Central Virginia, WMPH AM 1010 / FM 100.1 / FM 96.9 (7-9 PM) Hampton Roads, WBRG AM 1050 / FM 105.1 – Lynchburg/Roanoke and Weekdays 6-10 am and 24/7 Stream –  host Fredericks welcomed the Trump-Pence Senior Campaign advisor Corey Lewandowski to the show. During the program, Lewandowski discussed how the Trump campaign was preparing for election night and the legal battles that may lay ahead. He later explained how the mail-in voting was ripe for fraud and explained how ID is necessary for just about everything else in life but why not...
    The New York Police Department is on the hunt for a gunman who opened fire multiple times inside a Bronx Deli, leaving workers terrified and a bodega cat bolting for the exit. The hooded assailant was videoed inside Wally’s Deli along East 223 Street in Wakefield shortly after 9pm on September 8, according to law enforcement. With a pistol clasped in his hand, the gunman unleashed a hail of bullets through the front window of the store at a group of people standing out-front. The group stood outside, who are not visible in the footage, returned fire at the man, the NY Daily News reported. The hooded assailant was videoed inside Wally’s Deli along East 223 Street in Wakefield...
    The Western US has the worst air quality in the world, group says Wet Markets Are Essential to Thai Cooking. So Why Are They Disappearing? 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 1/15 SLIDES © . Nothing says "happy holidays" like buying a loved one enough makeup...
    Arianny Celeste took to Instagram to share a photo of herself enjoying some time in the sun while wearing a bikini and a cute coverup. In the picture, the UFC octagon girl sat on the foot of a covered outdoor bed with her face turned up toward the sun. The furniture featured beige and blue striped curtains tied back on the posts, and it had a striped mattress with blue chambray pillows at the head. Green vines trailed down the cream-colored wall the bed sat next to. Arianny had on a yellow bikini, which could be seen beneath a large knit off white coverup. The garment showed off a hint of her ample cleavage as well as her growing baby...
    Getty Caitlyn Jenner attends Culture Club's performance at the Greek Theatre on July 24, 2015 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Kevin Winter/Getty Images for Nederlander) Caitlyn Jenner uploaded a YouTube video revealing how she feels about the ending of Keeping Up With the Kardashians on early Monday morning. In the video, Jenner explains how grateful she was for the opportunity to have the show for 14 years and 20 seasons. View this post on Instagram Tomorrow’s YouTube video goes live at 9AM PST. I am getting really personal and emotional with this weeks news that Keeping Up with the Kardashians is ending after over 20 amazing seasons. Wow. Link in bio. Subscribe and turn on...
    Rachael Ray has shared never-before-seen footage of her upstate New York home after it was gutted by a fire in August. The celebrity cook shared a brief clip to her social media as she showed what was left of her bedroom, bathroom and closet area.  In the shocking scenes, the bedroom is seen without a roof and any hint of interior furnishings have been charred beyond recognition.  'This was our bedroom... and our library... and that was our bathroom and our dressing area.' the 52-year-old TV host is heard saying as she tours the debris strewn property in the video clip. Devastation: Rachael Ray shared a clip showing the damage to her property in upstate New York on Sunday...
    DENVER (CBS4) – New technology is being developed to help people live through the coronavirus pandemic. One of the latest advances has just been unveiled at a restaurant in Lodo. “We’re just trying to adapt,” Sasha Anderson said. Anderson is the general manager at The Pig & The Sprout restaurant. She told CBS4 they are the first restaurant in Denver to install a kind of artificial intelligence-based health screening kiosk. “It’s been a struggle for sure, we’ve tried to embrace each step as we go through this process, the rules change frequently,” she said. Staff and management hope this added equipment can help diners feel safe, and keep coming back for the hearty meat and vegan dishes the restaurant...
    Conservative commentator Candace Owens took issue with NBA superstar LeBron James, saying he should “give” her the racism he’s “suffering through.” "I always say, if you're suffering through racism, please give me some of that," Owens told Mark Levin on his Fox News show Life, Liberty, & Levin, which aired Sunday. "He's got a white gardener, a white chef, all various white people that work for him, white driver," she said. "So if that's racism, LeBron, please, please share some of that with the rest of us." James has been one of the most prominent supporters of the Black Lives Matter movement within professional sports. He said in August that black Americans are “scared” following the recent deaths and...
    Two Los Angeles County sheriff's deputies shot in a Saturday night ambush attack are expected to survive, according to reports. KTTV-TV investigative reporter Bill Melugin shared a photo of the moment following the shooting of the officers on Saturday, revealing that a female deputy — who was shot through the jaw — was able to apply a tourniquet to the male deputy's wounds and radio for help, despite being grievously injured. The female officer, according to CNN, is a 31-year-old mother. The male officer is just 24 years old. What's a brief history here?The horrific ambush of two deputies took place in Los Angeles on Saturday evening. A suspect fired on the deputies in an...
    Europe is likely to see a resurgence in coronavirus deaths in October and November, the WHO warned today.  Deaths have remained relatively stable even as cases have surged in many European countries over the summer, but the WHO's Europe director Hans Kluge is expecting a rise in daily fatalities in the autumn.  'It's going to get tougher. In October, November, we are going to see more mortality,' he said.  Kluge also warned that a vaccine breakthrough would not necessarily mean the end of the pandemic - predicting a 'logistical nightmare' if different jabs are needed for different groups of people.  Current infection rates in Europe according to the European Centre for Disease Control (ECDC), with Spain and France among...