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    Louisiana Megachurch Pastor Tony Spell A Pentecostal megachurch preacher in Louisiana who was charged with repeatedly violating the state’s pandemic mask mandate was not permitted entry to his own court hearing on Tuesday after he again refused to wear any kind of face covering. Pastor Tony Spell of the Life Tabernacle Church was forced to wait outside the courthouse while his attorney entered a not guilty plea on his behalf to six counts. The charges were for violating Gov. John Bel Edwards’s (D) stay-at-home order in late March and early April by hosting large indoor services at his Baton Rouge church. Spell was surrounded by a few dozen supporters as he waited for his hearing to conclude, as seen in a video...
    Former Vice President Pence aide Olivia Troye said Tuesday that White House officials knew the coronavirus pandemic “was going to be big” as early as January. “We certainly had a task force meeting and discussion where we had this conversation, that this was going to be big,” Troye told NBC’s Andrea Mitchell. “Late January we knew.” Asked by Mitchell how she reacted to President TrumpDonald John TrumpBubba Wallace to be driver of Michael Jordan, Denny Hamlin NASCAR team Graham: GOP will confirm Trump's Supreme Court nominee before the election Southwest Airlines, unions call for six-month extension of government aid MORE’s repeated claims that the virus would “disappear,” Troye responded “It was frightening. When you're the president, words matter.” Troye also...
    FRISCO, Texas (CBSDFW.COM/AP) – Dallas running back Ezekiel Elliott pulled up his jersey to reveal a new “Feed Me” tattoo on his stomach after scoring the first Cowboys touchdown of the season against the Rams. Ezekiel Elliott #21 of the Dallas Cowboys celebrates after scoring a touchdown against the Los Angeles Rams during the first half at SoFi Stadium on September 13, 2020 in Inglewood, California. (Photo by Kevork Djansezian/Getty Images) The two-time rushing champion said he got the tattoo over the summer, with the message obvious based on the slogan that grew out of Elliott’s spoon-feeding hand signal at the end of his first-down plays. And while Elliott said it was “super painful,” it didn’t interrupt his attendance at...
    With COVID-19 blazing through the nation and no federal response in sight, Donald Trump temporarily affixed Mike Pence’s name on a Coronavirus Task Force before deciding that group was more useful to leverage news coverage for his own benefit. Behind the scenes, both Pence and medical experts were sidelined. As Trump turned the task force into a daily mini-rally, it was actually Jared Kushner who was left to manage development of a national testing plan, a national case tracing plan, and the distribution of protective gear and medical supplies. And what happened then wasn’t simply that Kushner didn’t fail to plan. He actually planned to fail.  In July, Vanity Fair reporter Katherine Eban reported on how a national testing strategy had been ready to...
    An Oregon woman held an alleged arsonist at gunpoint until police arrived to the scene after the man claimed he was going to start a fire on her property.  In the footage that was shared on Kat Cast's Facebook page, Cast is seen driving up to the man as someone in her vehicle records.  Cast gets out the vehicle holding a handgun, walks over to the man, who has not been identified, and orders him to get on the ground.  'What are you doing on my property?' Cast asks. 'Did you light anything on fire?' The man then responds that he was 'just passing through'.  In the footage that was shared on Kat Cast's Facebook page, Cast is...
    (CNN)The woman's voice shakes as she recalls her quarantine days in a Venezuela motel. "I sometimes am sleeping at night and I wake up thinking I am in the motel," she says, tearing up. "I still feel traumatized."She, like the more than two dozen healthcare professionals or aid workers we spoke with to inform this report, asked CNN not to reveal their identity for fear of reprisal from the Venezuelan government. Her ordeal began when her father died in the once-oil rich city of Maracaibo, in northeastern Venezuela. Doctors suspected that he was a victim of Covid-19, though test results were inconclusive. Still in mourning, his whole family was required to take a rapid test. Hers also came back inconclusive....
    THE MOTHER who admitted to smothering her three tots in January told a relative why she did it - saying she didn't "know what was going on" as she killed her kids. Phoenix, Arizona mom Rachel Henry, 23, hasn't said a word since she allegedly smothered her three kids - all under the age of 4 - to death in January, leaving devastated family members desperate for closure. 5Rachel Henry's relative asked her why she would kill her three kidsCredit: KTVB 7 Finally, the mom has broken her silence and told an aunt that she didn't quite fully understand what she was going until it was too late. "Rachel why did you do that?" Pearla Rebolledo asked Henry in a...
    The coronavirus pandemic upended the lives of millions of Americans, and among the most vulnerable groups to have been affected by restrictions aimed at slowing the spread of the virus were victims of human trafficking.
    Jon Snow was initially supposed to be the character responsible for killing the Night King in “Game of Thrones.” The Night King was arguably the most infamous villain in the show, and the HBO hit series spent years and years hyping up a final showdown. However, we really never got a showdown between Jon and the king of the undead. Instead, Arya killed him during the battle of Winterfell. (REVIEW: ‘Westworld’ Season 3 Ends With The Possible Deaths Of Multiple Characters) However, it wasn’t always supposed to be that way, and Kit Harington had even been told years ago he’d be the man to get the job done, according to “GoT” star Maisie Williams. She recently told The...
    AMANDA Holden has revealed she feared Simon Cowell was going to die from his horror accident. ITV insiders believe Simon will miss the BGT final after breaking his back falling off his electric bike. 7Amanda Holden has revealed she feared Simon Cowell was going to die after a bike accidentCredit: PA:Press Association 7Simon broke his back falling off his electric bikeCredit: BackGrid Amanda said: “I honestly panicked it could be fatal. It was gut-wrenching. I got a text in the night. I couldn’t sleep after. “I felt physically sick as I didn’t know how bad it was. “I wanted him to be alive, but I also wanted him to be able to walk as he’s such a good friend.” Simon...
    A woman who said she was in the car that drove through a group of protesters in New York's Times Square, described being harassed before getting into the vehicle and later receiving death threats. A video of the incident shows a Ford Taurus driving through a crowd of Black Lives Matter protesters, including people appearing to block the vehicle with bicycles, during a rainy Thursday evening. The vehicle then stops momentarily before speeding off. "What happened last night was not a peaceful protest," Juliet Germanotta said Friday on Facebook Live. "A mob tried to physically assault, and in my opinion, tried to kill us. These individuals do not care about justice. They do not care about law and order. I do not know what these...
    A WOMAN with cystic fibrosis who spoke about plans to end her life live on This Morning "feels reborn" after taking a life-changing drug. Jennie Thornton, 40, who has battled the deadly genetic disease since she was a baby, says she has discovered a new lease of life. 2 Jennie Thornton appeared on This Morning in December 2013 talking about her plans to end her lifeCredit: Rex Features 2 Jennies mum Debby made the decision to help end her terminally ill daughter's life at the Dignitas Clinic in SwitzerlandCredit: Rex Features In 2013 she told of plans to visit assisted suicide clinic Dignitas to end her life after 40 years of agony. But she said four decades of pain had...
    Bindi Irwin is looking back on the early moments of her pregnancy. The animal caretaker, 22, took to Instagram on Tuesday to reflect on the moment she learned that she was a mother-to-be. Alongside her story, Irwin shared a photo of herself and her hubby, Chandler Powell, cuddling up with their dog Piggy. “Discovering that I was going to become a mother will forever be a moment where time stood still,” she began in the caption. “I took a test and ran into the kitchen where Chandler was making us tea. He didn’t hear me come in so I speechlessly watched him pouring the water into my most loved hedgehog mug. This news would change the course of our future...
    (CBS Local)– Steve-O has been making people laugh and wince in pain for over two decades and he provided some new amusement for the city of Los Angeles when he taped himself to a billboard last month to promote his new comedy special called “Gnarly.” The comedian and stunt performer became a household name in the early 2000’s with the creation of “Jackass” on MTV and Steve-O is still out there doing crazy things, even after many surgeries and broken bones. He says that no one noticed he was taped to a billboard until about 90 minutes after a construction team put him in a harness and stuck him high above the city. HOLLYWOOD, CALIFORNIA – AUGUST 13: Steve-O is seen...
    The report made it as far as acting DHS chief Chad Wolf ... and died. Over the last week, Donald Trump and William Barr have been working hard to un-vestigate foreign interference in the 2020 election. Also known as conduct a massive cover-up. Only … is it still a cover-up when you’re openly dismissing the official in charge of assessing legalities around this issue, informing Congress that they’re getting no more briefings on election interference, and making it clear that no one but Barr is allowed to check in on what campaigns are up to? Cover-up seems to imply some level of stealth. They’re not bothering with that. They’re also not bothering to hide the fact that this is an all-government effort, with Trump...
    In nature, it really is survival of the fittest. Photos of a red squirrel and woodpecker have gone viral after they showed the two animals fighting each other for nuts. Karen Crawford took the pictures in a forest near Johnsfield, a settlement near Lockerbie in Dumfries and Galloway, Scotland, British news agency South West News Service reports. While observing her surroundings, Crawford came upon a red squirrel and placed some nuts for the miniature mammal to eat. Then, a great spotted woodpecker swooped down and became aggressive with the squirrel. These amusing images show a red squirrel and a woodpecker having an ‘argument’ over some nuts in a woodland near Johnsfield, Lockerbie, Dumfries and Galloway, Scotland. (Credit: SWNS) VIRAL PHOTO SHOWS HARE 'FLOATING'...
    A PREGNANT mum who lost her unborn baby without her husband by her side has today called for a Covid-19 rule change. Jade Miller, 27, was rushed to Royal Preston Hospital in Lancashire in severe pain on August 18. ⚠️ Read our coronavirus live blog for the latest news & updates 7Jade Miller, 27, was unable to see husband Patrick after losing her unborn babyCredit: Mirrorpix 7Jade was rushed to hospital in severe pain in AugustCredit: Mirrorpix 7She lost her baby after surgery to remove a Fallopian tubeCredit: Mirrorpix A blood test in hospital showed she was pregnant - much to her surprise. Doctors told Jade that she may have died if she hadn't got help, and she immediately had...
    David Alandete FOLLOW Washington Correspondent Updated: 08/30/2020 01:32 AM Save Alex Saab’s own Spanish lawyers have cleared this week a great unknown of the case of his arrest and extradition process to the United States from Cape Verde: What were you doing in that African country when you were arrested on June 12? The lawyers have told . that he was on his way to Iran to negotiate the shipment of fuel and other “humanitarian supplies.” Saab was refueling his private jet when he was arrested. Saab’s lawyers told that agency that the businessman paid a visit to Iran in April, when he convinced Iranian leaders to send cargoes with gasoline and planes with chemicals...
    THE traumatized wife of a top US spy - who shot himself - says he was trying to MURDER her and take her to the 'after life', The Sun can exclusively reveal. Anthony Schinella, 52, the National Intelligence Officer for Military Issues, died from a self-inflicted gunshot wound to the head in their front yard in Arlington, Virginia, on June 14. 8Schinella was a top US spy who had previously briefed Trump Credit: US House Armed Services Committee Schinella had just recently married his wife Sara Corcoran, a Washington DC based journalist, who says he was obsessed with the after life, and fears he was suffering from PTSD. An FBI liaison to the CIA entered Schinella’s home after his death and...
    YouTube star Landon Clifford struggled with his mental health, was hooked on various prescription drugs and hanged himself in his garage, his heartbroken wife has revealed. Landon Clifford, 19, ran a YouTube channel with his wife Camryn, 19, where they went as Cam&Fam and had more than 1.35million subscribers. Camryn announced that Landon passed away on August 18 after suffering a brain injury, without providing further details.   On Thursday Camryn released a new emotional YouTube video explaining how he died and that her husband was privately struggling with anxiety and depression and had ADHD since he was child. She said on August 13 he hanged himself in the garage of their home and she cut him down with a...
    The 51-year-old man who was shot on August 10 near the White House after he allegedly told a Secret Service officer he was armed and then crouched down into a shooting stance was found to be holding a comb, it has been reported. Myron Berryman, who has been in a hospital since the shooting, has been charged with one count of assault on a police officer, according to court documents obtained by The Washington Post. The White House complex was not breached during the incident, and no Secret Service officers were injured.  Berryman’s first hearing on the charge, which is a misdemeanor, was held on Thursday in D.C. Superior Court. Myron Berryman, 51, was shot and injured by a...
    A CYCLIST who suffered a broken back when a driver veered onto the wrong side of the road said he thought he'd die in the crash. Tomasz Chmielewski, 41, said his 'body was broken' and he was left unable to walk without help for almost a year - but the motorist responsible was handed just a warning. 5Tomasz Chmielewski suffered a broken back and shattered pelvis in a horror collision in West Sussex last year 5The 41-year-old was riding his bike to work when he says a Ford veered onto the wrong side of the road and smashed into him head-on 5Mr Chmielewski was a keen cyclist who had raced at Goodwood with the Southdown Velo cycling clubCredit: Osbornes Law...
    BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Election officials from every county in Maryland and Baltimore City came together at a conference of the Maryland Association of Election Officials to talk about the challenges they’re facing for the upcoming presidential election. “Who would have thought 2020’s general election would have been like this? We knew it was going to be crazy but not this crazy,” said David Garreis, the Anne Arundel County Deputy Elections Administrator. Commissioner Thomas Hicks of the US Election Assistance Commission told local Maryland election officials about death threats against election workers around the country. @wjz pic.twitter.com/mNAFrM34FE — Mike Hellgren (@HellgrenWJZ) August 25, 2020   Among those addressing the conference was Linda Lamone, the longtime Maryland elections administrator. “The fact...
    CHICAGO (CBS) — A speeding car slammed into a Washington Park restaurant, and the damage is bad. What’s worse? The restaurant was just two weeks away from opening. The owners tell CBS 2’s Marissa Parra they are not giving up despite the enormous setback. What’s even more remarkable is the owners resolve. Add this to the growing list of things they weren’t expecting in 2020. “I mean, this is my worst nightmare,” said Maryann Marsh, co-owner of the Park Supper Club. Added her partner “we thought it was a joke. We thought it was a joke.” Instead of putting up the final touches on their new space, they’re picking up the pieces. (Credit: CBS) “We’re two weeks from opening, two...
    Assault rifles and armored trucks: Illinois police agencies have obtained $4.7 million in military gear since Trump lifted restrictions on a federal surplus program Restaurants and diners embrace the once-scorned QR code as they accept the new no-touch reality Maisie Williams said she had no idea Arya was going to kill the Night King in Game of Thrones even after reading a scene breakdown © Provided by INSIDER Maisie Williams on "The Tonight Show" and "Game of Thrones." NBC YouTube/HBO Warning: Spoilers ahead for season eight of "Game of Thrones." Maisie Williams says that she had no idea she was going to kill the Night King on the last season of "Game of Thrones," even after reading a...
    Maisie Williams on "The Tonight Show" and "Game of Thrones." NBC YouTube/HBO Warning: Spoilers ahead for season eight of "Game of Thrones." Maisie Williams says that she had no idea she was going to kill the Night King on the last season of "Game of Thrones," even after reading a breakdown of the scene. The 23-year-old actress told "The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon" that she was at a costume fitting for the final season when she noticed story notes for her character on the wall, and one note read: "Arya kills NK." "I had no idea which character that was," she said. "It turns out it was the Night King. The character to kill. I was thrilled,...
    A federal grand jury has indicted a West Virginia couple on conspiracy charges after the husband allegedly pretended that his wife had fallen off a cliff and hid her in a closet so that she would not go to prison for a health care fraud scheme.    Julie Wheeler, 44, conspired with her husband, Rodney Wheeler, 48, and others to obstruct justice by lying that she had fallen from Grandview Park overlook, part of the New River Gorge National River, according to a federal indictment unsealed on Wednesday.  Rodney falsely reported her fall to the National Park Service on May 31, prompting an emergency 911 call and sparking a massive and costly search operation, according to court records. Rodney...
    A Florida lawyer has been arrested on a half-dozen charges after allegedly leading deputies on a high-speed chase while intoxicated and in possession of marijuana-infused gummy worms. Reena Patel Sanders, 38, was detained at gunpoint after allegedly refusing to stop during the early Monday morning pursuit through Marathon, with speeds reaching 90mph. According to an arrest report, Sanders, who appeared intoxicated, laughed during her arrest, yelled out names of Hollywood movie stars, bragged about her job at a 'big law firm' and insisted that she and the deputies go out for pizza together. Reena Patel Sanders, 38, a lawyer from Plantation, Florida, was arrested in Marathon on a slew of felony and misdemeanor counts stemming from a high-speed chase...
    Suspect in shooting of 3 Texas police officers surrenders, releases hostages after barricading himself inside home Canes try to rebound vs. Bruins without Svechnikov Our pitch was, its going to be scary: The making of lockdown horror movie Host Bored to death with all these identical Zoom calls? Be careful for what you wish for. In the streaming service Shudder's just-released British found footage horror movie Host a group of friends are terrorized by an evil spirit after holding a remote seance. Replay Video SETTINGS OFF HD HQ SD LO Skip Ad "We’ve got this opportunity where everyone is using the same video-conferencing, everyone’s stuck at home," says director and cowriter Rob Savage. "Hopefully, touch wood, it’s never going...
    Postal Service warns states: Some absentee, mail-in ballots may not be delivered in time to be counted It’s a little nerve-wracking: Lunchtime for students looks different amid COVID-19 "Our pitch was, its going to be scary": the making of lockdown horror movie Host Bored to death with all these identical Zoom calls? Be careful for what you wish for. In the streaming service Shudder's just released British found footage horror movie Host a group of friends are terrorized by an evil spirit after holding a remote seance. Replay Video SETTINGS OFF HD HQ SD LO Skip Ad "We’ve got this opportunity where everyone is using the same video-conferencing, everyone’s stuck at home," says director and cowriter Rob Savage. "Hopefully,...
    Dalvin Cook told reporters on Friday that despite rumors to the contrary, he never really considered holding out of the Minnesota Vikings‘ training camp. Ben Goessling of the Star Tribune reported on Twitter that the star running back talked a bit about his frustrations this past offseason as he looked for a new contract. Cook told assembled media he understood there were reports that his own agent or someone else in his camp had floated the idea of a holdout. He wanted to make sure those rumors were put to get once and for all. “I was going to be here, regardless of the speculations that came up about me not coming,” Cook said. The running back said he loves...
    The family of Breonna Taylor said on Thursday they expect charges to be filed 'sooner rather than later', but the Attorney General is still waiting on ballistics from the FBI 150 days after she was shot dead by three officers in Kentucky. Civil rights attorney Ben Crump, as well as co-counsel Lonita Baker, stood outside the Kentucky federal courthouse with Tamika Palmer, Breonna's mother, and aunt to discuss the meeting they had Wednesday with city officials.   Crump announced that they expected charges to be filed against the three plainsclothes officers who shot dead Breonna inside her home soon. In doing so, he urged Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer to take more action and be aggressive in his pursuit of justice. ...
    The man shot and injured by a Secret Service officer outside the White House on Monday evening was unarmed, sources have told The Washington Post.  Myron Berryman, 51, remains in a critical but stable condition in a Washington, D.C. hospital after he was struck in the chest after he allegedly charged towards an officer outside the President's residence claiming to have a gun.  Berryman reportedly yelled 'I'm going to kill you. I'm going to shoot you' to the Secret Service officer before he was shot.  Despite the alleged threats, no weapon was retrieved from the scene.  At the time, President Trump was inside the White House Briefing Room conducting a press conference which was being televised nationwide.   A Secret Service...
    A former Bush administration official has released audio of his conversation from Jan. 10, 2017, with Stefan Halper, a former Cambridge professor who was an FBI source during the Trump-Russia probe. Halper told Steven Schrage that Michael Flynn, the incoming national security adviser, was likely not “going to be around long.”  Schrage says he found the comment peculiar because Flynn became the target of intense media scrutiny two days later, after classified details of his conversations with a Russian diplomat were leaked to The Washington Post. Schrage, who studied under Halper at Cambridge, has revealed other details about his interactions with the longtime FBI source.  A professor who served as an FBI informant during the investigation of the...
    DESPERATE family members of a missing mum whose two-year-old son was found in a Florida parking lot fear she is in great danger after meeting a stranger online. The FBI have joined the search for Leila Cavett whose son, Kamdyn Cavett, was found wearing only a t-shirt and a diaper on July 26. 3 Leila Cavett has not been heard from since little Kamdyn Cavett was found by a concerned member of the publicCredit: Facebook 3 Leila was last seen on July 25 driving this mid-to-late 90s white Chevy 3500Credit: Facebook Leila, 21, lives in Atlanta with her young son, while the rest of the family lives in Jasper, Alabama. Her father Curtis Cavett told CBS: “He's everything to her. Kamdyn...
    One of the former Minneapolis police officers who stood by as Derek Chauvin crushed the life out of George Floyd has moved to have his charges dismissed on the grounds that he had no way of knowing that a crime was about to take place and the State has not proved that he did, DailyMail.com can reveal. Documents filed today in Hennepin County District Court call for Tou Thao’s charges to be dropped on the basis that they are not supported by probable cause under Minnesota statute. Thao, 34, and fellow officers J Alexander Kueng, 27, and Thomas Lane, 36 were all charged with aiding and abetting second degree murder and aiding and abetting second degree manslaughter for their failure...
    A woman was caught on camera shooting at police responding to a 911 call before officers fired back and left her with two gunshot wounds.  The body-cam footage was recorded near a hotel along Black Canyon Highway in Phoenix, Arizona, on July 8, at around 6.56am. Police confronted the woman, who was later identified as 24-year-old Jovana Kelsey McCreary, following a dispute with her roommate.  She pulled a gun on officers who then retaliated. McCreary was taken to hospital in critical condition but survived her injuries. The body-cam footage was recorded near a hotel along Black Canyon Highway in Phoenix, Arizona, as police confronted 24-year-old Jovana Kelsey McCreary (pictured) Police were responding to a 911 caller who stated that his roommate was...
    Will Smith is continuing to field jokes and memes aimed at the “entanglement” his wife Jada Pinkett Smith found herself in with R&B singer August Alsina. On Wednesday, the “Hitch” actor took to Instagram and shared a video of himself jumping rope, which all but set up the opportunity for one clever commenter to fire off a joke. "Ok don't get entangled," the Instagram user wrote, adding a laughing-crying emoji. JADA PINKETT SMITH ADMITS TO 'RELATIONSHIP' WITH AUGUST ALSINA WHILE SEPARATED FROM WILL SMITH Smith saw the remark, and while he admitted to the user that the joke definitely landed, Smith said he was still hitting the block button on the commenter. "Hahaha... Okay... I can admit it. That's Funny!” Smith...
    Twitter apologizes for massive hack as revenue slumps, users soar Adidas announces limited-edition Tokyo Collection, featuring new Codechaos kicks Will Smith Says He’s Going to Block Fan After Entanglement Jab: But the Joke Was Very Funny Will Smith isn't quite ready to joke about wife Jada Pinkett Smith's  "entanglement" with singer August Alsina. © Kevin Winter/Getty Will Smith and Jada Pinkett Smith On Wednesday, the actor posted a mesmerizing video of himself jumping rope, but instead of placing the camera straight-on, Smith wanted to show the perspective from the rope's point of view. While most of his followers teased that the clip made them dizzy, one user used the opportunity to make a witty remark in relation to Smith's...
    Megan Fox and Machine Gun Kelly opened up about the early stages of their relationship on Wednesday. The Transformers actress and “Bloody Valentine” rapper talked with Lala Kent, and Randall Emmett on their Give Them Lala…With Randall podcast about the sparks and energy between them as well as the barriers that kept them apart. The two met when they were filming the movie Midnight in the Switchgrass. The star admitted that she was instantly smitten with the “Let You Go” rapper. “I could feel that some wild sh*t was going to happen to me.” Kelly also admitted to strong feelings for Fox and shared that he would sit outside of his trailer just to get a glimpse of the mother...
    MEGAN Fox revealed she knew "wild s**t" was going to happen when she first met her boyfriend, Machine Gun Kelly. The Transformers actress, 34, crossed paths with the rapper, 30, on the set of their upcoming movie, Midnight In The Switchgrass. 6 Megan Fox knew some "wild s**t" would happen when she met Machine Gun KellyCredit: Instagram Their friendship turned romantic following Megan's split from her husband Brian Austin Green. Despite their relationship being a slow burner, Megan admitted she felt an immediate connection with her co-star. "I knew right away that he was what I call a twin flame," she said during their joint appearance on Lala Kent and Randall Emmett's podcast Give Them Lala... With Randall. "Instead of a...
    According to WOAI, a patient in San Antonio, Texas in their 30s has died after going to a “COVID party” — a gathering of people who intentionally expose themselves to coronavirus to see for themselves whether the virus is real. Per Methodist Healthcare Chief Medical Officer Dr. Jane Appleby, the patient’s final words to the nurse were, “I think I made a mistake, I thought this was a hoax, but it’s not.” “It doesn’t discriminate and none of us are invincible,” warned Appleby. “I don’t want to be an alarmist and we’re just trying to share some real-world examples to help our community realize that this virus is very serious and can spread easily.” Texas has seen a massive explosion...
    New Orleans Pelicans guard JJ Redick had a hot take for the ages about LeBron James joining the Miami Heat and the backlash from fans. The former Duke superstar talked about fans being pissed about LeBron going to the Heat and Kevin Durant going to the Warriors, and his thoughts on why people were angry is one hell of a take quake. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football) “People were uncomfortable with powerful black men making decisions for themselves. I really believe, and that goes back to systemic racism in our society,” Redick said in a video shared Thursday by Bleacher Report. You can listen to his full comments below. “People were uncomfortable with...
    MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — A tornado blamed for killing one person and injuring two others Wednesday evening may have been stronger than an EF-3. That’s the latest from the National Weather Service after their initial assessments Thursday. The tornadoes touched down after five o’clock last night. WCCO’s Jennifer Mayerle spoke with a survivor, who was in the same building as the man who died. The tornado came straight through County Road 82 between Ashby and Dalton. Nate Erickson told WCCO he and another employee at the repair shop, Seth Nelson, saw the tornado forming but didn’t immediately realize how serious the situation was. When they saw it coming at them they quickly got inside and shut the doors. Nate recalls the...
    This is the hilarious moment a psychic medium had to be 'Bob the Builder' to free one of his cats after it got trapped inside one of the walls of his house.  Matt Fraser, 29, whose lively family life is portrayed in US TV show Meet The Frasers, and his fiancée Alexa Papigiotis, 21, were baffled when their beloved ‘fur baby’ Luca went missing. The couple searched their Rhode Island home high and low for the cat. Psychic medium Matt Fraser, 29, had to cut a hole out of his wall at his home he shares with fiancée Alexa Papigiotis in Rhode Island to rescue his cat Luca from behind the plasterboard  Footage, filmed by Alexa, captures the moment...
    Getty Ex- Giants OL Geoff Schwartz #74 & DeSean Jackson DeSean Jackson’s anti-Semitic quotes falsely attributed to Adolf Hitler by an Instagram story precipitated fairly the uproar throughout all social media platforms this previous weekend. Each the Philadelphia Eagles and the NFL have since condemned Jackson’s put up. But, fellow NFL gamers have remained somewhat silent on the scenario as an entire. Primarily based on his experiences within the league, this end result comes as little shock to ex-New York Giants offensive lineman Geoff Schwartz, a person of Jewish heritage. Schwartz knowledgeable The New York Put up that he didn’t encounter “overt anti-Semitism” over his NFL profession. But, that doesn’t imply he...
    Getty Ex- Giants OL Geoff Schwartz #74 & DeSean Jackson DeSean Jackson’s anti-Semitic quotes falsely attributed to Adolf Hitler through an Instagram story caused quite the uproar across all social media platforms this past weekend. Both the Philadelphia Eagles and the NFL have since condemned Jackson’s post. Yet, fellow NFL players have remained rather silent on the situation as a whole. Based on his experiences in the league, this outcome comes as little surprise to ex-New York Giants offensive lineman Geoff Schwartz, a man of Jewish heritage. Schwartz informed The New York Post that he did not encounter “overt anti-Semitism” over his NFL career. Yet, that doesn’t mean he wasn’t placed in some precarious situations due to his...
    A New York cop knelt on a black man's neck until he passed out as the victim's distraught dad begged the officer to stop, fearing his son 'was going to die just like George Floyd'. Shocking footage surfaced on social media Monday of an unnamed officer kneeling on the neck of Yugeshwar Gaindarpersaud, 31, during an arrest in Schenectady, New York, that morning. Gaindarpersaud said he lost consciousness and later woke up in hospital - and claimed 'five minutes more... I would've been gone'.  The shocking encounter comes just weeks after the state and city banned cops using controversial knee-to-neck holds - the same tactic used by a white Minneapolis cop to kill Floyd when he knelt on his neck for...
    Geraldo Rivera and Fox Business Network host Kennedy reacted Friday to reports that Jeffrey Epstein's ex-girlfriend Ghislaine Maxwell is ready to name names of those involved in the late convicted pedophile's underage sex ring. "She thought she was going to live free but she's going to die in prison, as she should. This is not someone who was just helping out or a codependent with Jeffrey Epstein," Kennedy said on "The Five" while discussing the socialite's decision to hide in New Hampshire. "She's accused of sexually molesting children and shame on her and everyone else who has protected her. Shame on [former Labor Secretary Alex Acosta] for giving Jeffrey Epstein the deal he did as a U.S. attorney in Florida." GHISLAINE MAXWELL ASKED BROKER ABOUT FLIGHT...
    Geraldo Rivera and Fox Business's Kennedy reacted to the news that Jeffrey Epstein's ex-girlfriend Ghislaine Maxwell, now in police custody, is allegedly ready to talk and name names regarding the disgraced financier's underage sex ring. "She thought she was going to live free but she's going to die in prison, as she should. This is not someone who was just helping out or a codependent with Jeffrey Epstein," Kennedy said on "The Five," discussing the socialite's decision to hide in New Hampshire. "She's accused of sexually molesting children and shame on her and everyone else who has protected her. Shame on Alex Azar for giving Jeffrey Epstein a deal he did as a U.S. attorney in Florida." GHISLAINE MAXWELL ASKED...
    The world came together to build 5G. Now the next-generation wireless technology is pulling the world apart. The latest version of the 5G technical specifications, expected Friday, adds features for connecting autonomous cars, intelligent factories, and internet-of-things devices to crazy-fast 5G networks. The blueprints reflect a global effort to develop the technology, with contributions from more than a dozen companies from Europe, the US, and Asia. And yet, 5G is also pulling nations apart—with the US and China anchoring the tug-of-war. Tensions between Washington and Beijing over trade, human rights, the handling of Covid-19, and Chinese misinformation are escalating global divisions around the deployment of 5G. A growing number of countries are aligning with either a Western or a Chinese...
    Then the novel coronavirus pandemic tore through the global economy. China shut down factories in January and February to prevent a larger outbreak and contain the virus, but at the same time it severely damaged employment and production domestically. Facing reporters at his tightly controlled annual press conference at the end of the NPC, Chinese Premier Li Keqiang admitted that some Chinese citizens had been impoverished by the pandemic. “Before Covid-19 struck, there were some five million people living below the poverty line. But because of the disease, some may have fallen back into poverty,” Li said. “Hence, we now face a greater task in meeting our goal.” Experts say Xi’s chances of hitting his grand goal largely hinge on...
    This was supposed to be the year that Beijing would announce it had ended absolute poverty in China, fulfilling a key pledge of President Xi Jinping and one of the founding missions of the Chinese Communist Party. Then the novel coronavirus pandemic tore through the global economy. China shut down factories in January and February to prevent a larger outbreak and contain the virus, but at the same time it severely damaged employment and production domestically. Consequently, China’s economy shrank by 6.8% in the first quarter of 2020 compared to a year earlier. For the first time in decades, Beijing didn’t set a GDP target at its annual meeting of its rubber-stamp parliament, the National People’s Congress (NPC), in May....
    Hong Kong (CNN Business)This was supposed to be the year that Beijing would announce it had ended absolute poverty in China, fulfilling a key pledge of President Xi Jinping and one of the founding missions of the Chinese Communist Party.Then the novel coronavirus pandemic tore through the global economy.China shut down factories in January and February to prevent a larger outbreak and contain the virus, but at the same time it severely damaged employment and production domestically.Consequently, China's economy shrank by 6.8% in the first quarter of 2020 compared to a year earlier. For the first time in decades, Beijing didn't set a GDP target at its annual meeting of its rubber-stamp parliament, the National People's Congress (NPC), in May.Since...
    Fact check: Picture of a massive dust cloud is over Phoenix, not Puerto Rico 22 Companies That Have Filed for Bankruptcy Since the Pandemic Began — and 16 That Could Be Next High School Musical director Kenny Ortega confirms Sharpays brother Ryan is gay and was probably going to come out in college © Frazer Harrison/Getty Images and Disney Kenny Ortega (left) directed all three "High School Musical" movies. Frazer Harrison/Getty Images and Disney Director and choreographer Kenny Ortega revealed in a recent interview that the character of Ryan Evans in Disney's "High School Musical" franchise would have come out as gay in college.  "The character of Ryan in 'High School Musical,' we decided he's probably going to...
    Kenny Ortega (left) directed all three "High School Musical" movies. Frazer Harrison/Getty Images and Disney Director and choreographer Kenny Ortega revealed in a recent interview that the character of Ryan Evans in Disney's "High School Musical" franchise would have come out as gay in college.  "The character of Ryan in 'High School Musical,' we decided he's probably going to come out in college," Ortega told Variety, adding that he wanted the character's "true colors" to come forward.  Ortega also revealed that he didn't think it was "possible" at the time of the movie's filming to have an openly gay character.   "I didn't think at the time — and Disney is the most progressive group of people I've ever...
    Tuesday on Fox News Channel’s “Tucker Carlson Tonight,” St. Louis homeowner Mark McCloskey made his first national TV appearance since he and his wife were captured on video appearing ready to defend their home with firearms against a mob protest in their front yard. McCloskey said he foresaw his life and property threatened, which led to the brandishing of the firearms. “[W]hen I saw that mob coming through the gate with their rage and their anger, I thought that we would be overrun in a second,” he said. “By the time I was out there with my rifle, the people were 20 or 30 feet from my front wall. I’ve got a low wall that separates my house from my front yard.  And so, I...
    The St. Louis man who became nationally recognized after he and his wife were recorded pointing firearms at protesters outside their house is standing by his action. Mark McCloskey said he had feared for his life after local protesters marched through the gated neighborhood where they live to call for the resignation of St. Louis Mayor Lyda Krewson after she had posted the names and addresses of people who demanded the city defund its police department. "When I saw that mob come through the gate with their rage and their anger, I thought that we would be overrun in a second," McCloskey said on Fox News's Tucker Carlson Tonight. "By the time I was out there with my...
    By now you’ve probably seen or at least heard about the St. Louis couple that emerged from their home with guns to confront protesters who were walking down the private street. Mark McCloskey spoke out Tuesday night in an interview with Fox News’ Tucker Carlson. McCloskey, joined by his attorney Albert Watkins, told Carlson he and his wife were having dinner when they saw “a flood of people” marching down the street. “They’re angry, they’re screaming, they’ve got spittle coming out of their mouth, and they’re coming toward the house,” he said, recalling recent rioting in the area. “When I saw that mob come through the gate with their rage and their anger, I thought that we would be...
    Carl Bernstein joined Jake Tapper Tuesday to talk about his new report that former White House officials like John Kelly and John Bolton concluded that President Donald Trump was not only “delusional” but a “danger” to U.S. national security. He told Tapper that his report and the report about Russian bounties fit together because “in both cases, the sources of both stories have to do with a president of the United States who refuses to be briefed in an intelligent way — in fact refuses to be briefed very often altogether.” But something that struck him about his report is why none of the officials who were alarmed about the president’s calls said anything: “All of the people listed in my...
    BOSTON (CBS) — It shouldn’t take long for Blaze Jordan to become a fan favorite among Red Sox fans, whether it’s because of his unique name or ability to hit some towering homers. Chances are it’s going to be the homers, since the 17-year-old Mississippi native launches some absolute bombs. A third-round pick by Boston in this year’s MLB Draft, Jordan has already envisioned sending a few over the Green Monster at Fenway Park. “I have never been to Fenway before so I’m looking forward to being able to see it some day. I definitely have been dreaming of it and thinking about [sending one over the wall] a whole lot,” Jordan told WBZ-TV’s Dan Roche. “I was definitely dreaming...
    (CNN)As Valdosta police approached Antonio Smith, he was terrified and thought he was going to "get pinned for something I didn't do," he told CNN. "Oh my God, it's one of these days where they are going to probably arrest me, and take me off, and probably won't find me anymore," Smith said he was thinking as officers approached him in that February incident, he told CNN's Chris Cuomo Monday.Smith, a Black man, is suing the Georgia city of Valdosta and numerous Valdosta Police Department officers for excessive force and for violating his civil rights after he was slammed to the ground as he was wrongly arrested. Wrongly arrested Black man sues a Georgia city and police officers for excessive...
    SAN ANTONIO – More than $1,000 was raised in a couple of days to help pay for the repair of a memorial mural dedicated to 8-month-old King Jay Davila. Jasmine McGill, executive director for KJ’s Angels, a nonprofit group that was started in honor of King Jay -- whose body was found in January 2019 after a staged kidnapping, said the mural has a lot of meaning to many in the San Antonio community. “There’s a lot of sentimental value behind this mural, and I just don’t understand. I can’t fathom how or why anybody could do something like this,” McGill said. “This was meant for them, for his five brothers that are at home that are wondering what happened...
    A man who used to drink right liters of cola every day has revealed how he lost more than 350 pounds by ditching the sugary beverage and fast food, eating home-grown vegetables - and avoiding exercise.   Morbidly obese Zach Moore, 39, from Florida, weighed a staggering 500 pounds in December of 2013, when he was struck down by food poisoning so severe that he thought he was going to die.  As it turned out, the terrifying experience, which saw him shed 60 pounds in a matter of days, was exactly what Zach needed to transform his life, and his body, by kicking his unhealthy habits once and for all.  Unhealthy: Father-of-one Zach Moore, 39, was morbidly obese for years...
    Cam Newton Credit: Grant Halverson/Getty Images Upon signing with the New England Patriots, a path is paved for Cam Newton to be a fantasy stud again. Cam Newton was without a new home longer than he should have been, since teams could not have him in for a visit and a physical. But according to ESPN’s Adam Schefter the New England Patriots have signed the former league MVP to a one-year incentive-laden deal. Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reported the deal is worth up to $7.5 million. In the wake of Tom Brady’s departure, the Patriots have been consistent in their commitment to 2019 fourth-round pick Jarrett Stidham. They were an easy team to tie to Newton, and now (assuming...
    CAIRO (AP) — Sudan on Sunday said security forces arrested at least 122 people, including eight children, in the western Darfur region who intended to go and fight as mercenaries in neighboring Libya’s civil war. Brig. Gen. Gamal Gomaa, a spokesman for the paramilitary Rapid Support Forces, said in a statement that 72 of the arrested people belonged to the Sudanese Awakening Revolutionary Council, an armed group led by the former Janjaweed militia leader Musa Hilal. Hilal was an adviser to Sudan’s longtime autocrat Omar al-Bashir before they had a falling out. Hilal quit his post in 2013 to establish his own armed group, and was sanctioned by the U.N. Security Council for his involvement in the Darfur conflict. He...
    Shots fired from one vehicle into another on a Chicago street killed a 20-month-old boy sitting in his car seat, according to reports. The drive-by shooting Saturday afternoon in the Englewood neighborhood marked the second time in a week a young child had become an innocent victim of Chicago’s tragic gun violence. “It seems like just yesterday, it was actually last Saturday, I was in front of you all talking about a 3-year-old that was killed in the Austin community, and now here in Englewood, a 20-month-old was killed,” Chicago Police Chief of Operations Fred Waller said, according to CBS 2 Chicago. SPIKE IN BIG-CITY SHOOTINGS A BAD OMEN FOR THIS SUMMER, EXPERTS WARN “This is happening far too often,”...
    Madison Cawthorn, the Republican nominee for North Carolina’s 11th Congressional District, told Breitbart News on Wednesday that he promised President Donald Trump to win millennial voters’ support for the president’s reelection bid. The 24-year-old Cawthorn defeated Lynda Bennett, 62, in the district’s Republican primary on Tuesday to fill a seat vacated by Mark Meadows. He won 65.9 percent of GOP primary voters against Bennett’s 34.1 percent. Bennett received endorsements from Trump, Meadows, Rep. Jim Jordan (R-OH), the House Freedom Fund, the Senate Conservative Fund, American Conservative Union, Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX), and Citizens United. Trump called Cawthorn on Tuesday, congratulating the latter on his victory. “I had a great conversation with President Trump last night,” Cawthorn recalled on Wednesday’s edition...
    The Adria Tour that was started by Novak Djokovic had some negative effects. Many players including the Serb himself got infected with the coronavirus. After these cases came to light, Novak was heavily criticized for going ahead with the event at such a time. Seeing such criticism, Novak’s coach Marian Vajda has just defended him. Check out what he said. Coach Defends Novak Djokovic Marian Vajda has been coaching Novak for a while now. In a recent interview with SportKlub which was translated, he addressed the recent criticism the Serb has been facing. He said, “The idea of ​​organizing the Adria Tour was good. Obviously, after a long break on the ATP tour, it definitely helped the players get...
    DENVER (CBS4)– After Johnson and Wales University announced its Denver location was going to close at the end of the next academic year, some students say that’s leaving their future even more uncertain. (credit: CBS) “I came out here to look at the campus literally a year ago today it was my first time on campus. Beautiful campus, 20 minutes from downtown Denver, easy to get to the mountains and basically gave me everything I was looking for,” said Kevin Piotrzkowski, a Junior studying Sports, Entertainment, Event- Management at JWU. On Thursday, he woke up to an email saying the campus will close next spring. “Something this big? No, we weren’t expecting it at all. I was like, ‘Oh, is...
    The $600 weekly unemployment benefit received by Americans who are made jobless during the COVID-19 pandemic will 'disappear nearly a week earlier than expected', according to USA Today.  The benefit was included in the CARES Act passed by Congress back in March in a bid to mitigate the financial fallout from the coronavirus crisis.  The $600 payments were largely believed to end on July 31 - but a technicality in the fine print means payments may not be made for the final days of the month.    The CARE Act states that the benefits will end 'on or before July 31', which is a Friday.  However, unemployment benefits are paid by states with a weekly end date of Saturday or Sunday. ...
    If you believe the countless stories, Grey’s Anatomy has always been every bit as dramatic behind the scenes as it is on-screen. Rumors have long buzzed about tensions between various cast members and writers, including creator Shonda Rhimes. On Friday, Sandra Oh reflected on her own battles with the show’s writers—and how going “toe-to-toe” with Shonda Rhimes made her a better advocate for herself. Speaking with Kerry Washington for Variety’s Actors on Actors issue, Oh said, “I spent a lot of time with writers, and television is all about your relationship with the writer. What I was able to get from Grey’s is to have the responsibility and the relationship with the writer to be able to direct where she’s...
    New Orleans Pelicans star Zion Williamson is reportedly in absurd shape. Williamson and the rest of the NBA haven’t played basketball since the league came to a halt in March because of the coronavirus pandemic. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football)   View this post on Instagram   A post shared by Zion Williamson (@zionwilliamson) on Feb 1, 2020 at 7:56pm PST However, Zion has apparently remained in elite shape and will dominate once he’s back on the court. According to a source speaking to ESPN, the former Duke star is “going to shock some people” once he steps back on the court. Pelicans executive vice president of basketball operations David Griffin told...
    MIKE TYSON feared cops were going to shoot him after he nearly rammed a police car during his arrest for cocaine possession. The Baddest Man on the Planet - who is planning a ring comeback at the age of 53 - was also charged with driving under the influence in December 2006. 3 Tyson exits a police van after being jailed for cocaine possessionCredit: Reuters Tyson, who was 40 at the time, almost crashed his black BMW into a parked police vehicle outside the Pussycat Lounge nightclub in the early hours of the morning. Iron Mike claimed cops intended to let him go until their cars almost collided. And the former heavyweight champion - who was in talks to fight...
    (CNN)If some future generation puts up a statue of President Donald Trump, it will shave his weight, remove his wrinkles and present him godlike and without fault. That's what statues do. They airbrush features, make humans larger than life and paint over history.A Trump statue will not mention that while a coronavirus killed his people, he refused to tell them to wear masks.It will not dwell on the fact that at a moment when the country was ready to reconsider the racism of its past, he mobilized US Marshals to protect monuments to the Confederacy.US Marshals have a section on their website explaining their proud history of integrating schools in the '60s. Read MoreNo matter how much historical revisionism we...
    'CULT Mom' Lori Vallow's late husband warned cops he was worried she was going to hurt their two kids. Newly released bodycam footage and 911 calls with the Gilbert Police Department in Arizona show the concerned husband telling cops he wants his wife "to get help." 13 Charles Vallow was seen in police bodycam footage saying he didn't want his wife to 'hurt' anyoneCredit: FOX 10 13 The bodies of Tylee Ryan, 17, and Joshua 'JJ' Vallow, were found earlier this monthCredit: Refer to Caption 13 Lori and Charles on their wedding dayCredit: Courtesy of Kay Vallow Woodcock The bodycam footage and 911 calls were released after the bodies of Lori's kids, Joshua "JJ" Vallow, 7, and Tylee Ryan, 17,...
    Even from exile in Argentina, Evo Morales continues to actively participate in Bolivian politics. After more than seven months away from power and Bolivia, the former president does not see his fall and that of his own as the result of an error on his part. His refugee status in Argentina does not prevent him from continuing to actively participate in his country’s politics. Of course, in an interview with BBC World, He assures that he does not do it to return to Palacio Quemado but so that the elections are won by his candidate, former Minister of Economy Luis Arce. And he is convinced that his Movement to Socialism (MAS) is going to recover the government: “In...
    President Trump responded to the evangelical claim that he was appointed by God in an interview Monday. CBN News political analyst David Brody asked Trump about the claim that God put him "in office for such a time as this." TRUMP VOWS TO PROTECT STATUES OF US PRESIDENTS, JESUS CHRIST "I almost don't even want to think about it," Trump said. "Because you know what, all I'm gonna do is, I hope it's true. All I'm going to do is, I'm going to do my best." Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and former White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders also affirmed the claim. As Trump seeks reelection, the president pointed to his evangelical base, saying he was "so honored" when evangelist Franklin Graham...
    CHICAGO (WLS) -- Chicago police said a person is in custody for the fatal shooting of two teenagers in South Shore Saturday evening.Jasean Francis, 17, and his friend Charles Riley, 16, were in an alley in the 7900-block of South Luella Avenue around 5 p.m. on Saturday, June 20, when a man approached them, pulled out a gun and fired, police said. Jasean Francis, 17, was shot and killed in South Shore. Francis was shot in the back, chest and left hand and taken to University of Chicago Hospital, where he died. Riley was shot in the back and left leg and was taken to University of Chicago Hospital where he also died.Police said the two boys had asked...
    New York — The former Bolivian president told BBC Mundo that there was no fraud in the controversial elections that ended up forcing him to leave the government and Bolivia Evo Morales has no regrets. After more than seven months away from power and Bolivia, the former president does not see his fall and that of his own as the result of an error on his part. His refugee status in Argentina does not prevent him from continuing to actively participate in his country’s politics. Of course, in an interview with BBC World, ensures that he does not do it to return to Palacio Quemado but for the elections to be won by his candidate, the former Minister...
    Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin, defending his decision to withhold information about who was receiving Paycheck Protection Program loans from the coronavirus stimulus passed back in March, now insists that the administration never agreed to make that information public. (Disclosure: Kos Media received a Paycheck Protection Program loan.) Mnuchin backed off his stance a bit last week, saying that the administration would make some information available, the names and businesses of companies that got $150,000 or more, though it would not release the exact amounts. At the same time, he says "This was a program we never agreed to full transparency, and the reason for that is the loan amount is based upon the amount of salary." Except that PPP program...
    A Guatemalan immigrant, seriously injured in a motorcycle accident in Philadelphia, will not be subjected to a “medical repatriation” or “private deportation” by Jefferson Hospital thanks to the intervention of City Council officials and community activists. And it is that the transfer of Armando Vargas, from 46 years, from Jefferson Hospital to a medical center in his native Guatemala, He was able to specify Wednesday morning as scheduled. The most important thing in the matter is that the immigration authorities, for its acronym in English ICE, had nothing to do with the matter and said in a written communication that “we do not have an open case with the name and date of birth of the individual” . Vargas...
    Former Van Halen frontman Sammy Hagar has said he would 'rather get sick and even die' than continue with coronavirus lockdown. The Red Rocker, as he's nicknamed, was one of a number of musicians asked by Rolling Stone magazine how they were coping with the COVID restrictions. While Chrissie Hynde said she would 'just wait', and Bruce Springsteen said he was frustrated but understood the situation, Hagar, 72, argued for restarting now. He said the economic impact of a shutdown was worse than the health risks of the virus.  Sammy Hagar, 72, said he was willing to 'sacrifice' himself to get real life back to normal 'I'll be comfortable playing a show before there's a vaccine, if it's declining...
    Social media star Madi Teeuws stunned her 537,000 million Instagram followers after posting a mega-picture update where she wore the tiniest of string bikinis in honor of an upcoming trip to Texas. The bikini set was a light pastel blue, and the color was not only a perfect shade for the beginning of the summer, but also beautifully complemented Teeuws’s blond hair and sun-kissed skin. A trendy white floral pattern decorated the bikini, adding some sweetness to the otherwise sultry shot. The cut of the bikini top was a classic triangle shape, with a plunging neckline that showed off much of the model’s décolletage. It was a string style, with thin straps that tied around her neck to form a...
    When spring coaching was suspended in March, the Mets have been nonetheless making an attempt to configure their rotation and get a number of rehabbing gamers prepared for the season. Greater than three months later, as they put together to renew exercises subsequent week — this time at Citi Subject with MCU Park in Brooklyn as a possible overflow website — the problems have shifted considerably. Most notably, Noah Syndergaard underwent Tommy John surgical procedure, ending his 2020 season, and Michael Conforto’s indirect pressure that threatened to maintain him sidelined for the early weeks of the season has healed. Barring one other coronavirus setback, the 60-game season will start in a couple of month. Listed below are 5 storylines...
    PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Dozens of cyclists paid tribute to one of their own tonight. They held a memorial ride for 17-year-old Sam Ozer in Manayunk. Download The New And Improved CBS Philly App! The teenager was struck and killed by a car while cycling on Henry Avenue in Wissahickon Sunday night. (credit: CBS3) Ozer had just graduated from AIM Academy. He was the captain of their mountain biking team. “One of the ways we’re going to honor Sam is that we’re going to retire his race number and we’re going to hang his mountain bike at school somewhere with his race number on it. We’re also going to start something called “Sam’s Place,” which is going to be a learning...
    The director of the cable film model of fired FBI chief James Comey’s e-book “A Greater Loyalty” flipped his lid after studying that the flick would air after the November election — and now ViacomCBS says it is going to rethink the choice and transfer up the air date. Each Comey and the director, Billy Ray, stated they have been disillusioned within the earlier resolution to delay the flick, referred to as “The Comey Rule,” the New York Occasions reported Tuesday. “I don’t perceive why CBS would sit on a film about vital present occasions, and I hope the American folks get the possibility to see it quickly,” Comey stated in an announcement. In an e mail to forged...
    President Donald Trump signed his border wall during a trip to Arizona on Tuesday where he reassured Dreamers that 'good things are going to happen' after he lost his attempt to remove their right to stay in the United States. The president made a brief inspection of the tall metal fence on the U.S-Mexico border during his stop in the border town of Yuma. He also signed a plaque attached to the fence - composed of individual steel rods spaced close together - that marked 200 miles of construction.  The plaque he signed was a piece of paper inside a metal frame that marked the date of his visit. It contained the names of the president, Acting Homeland Security Secretary...
    Winona Ryder has recalled a run-in with Mel Gibson during a 1995 party. The Heathers actress, 48, remembered the Braveheart star, 64, asking her if she was an 'oven-dodger', an apparent reference to her Jewish faith, in an interview with the Sunday Times over the weekend.  'We were at a crowded party with one of my good friends, and Mel Gibson was smoking a cigar,' began the Black Swan actress.  Winona Ryder [L, January 2020] has recalled a run-in with Mel Gibson [R, January 2019] during a 1995 party Winona -whose birth name is Winona Laura Horowitz- said when the issue of her faith came up, Mel asked, 'You’re not an oven dodger, are you?'  The slur is a...
    Bubba Wallace has been wearing an American flag facemask at NASCAR tracks in recent weeks, but he didn’t put it on at the end of the Geico 500 at Talladega Superspeedway after a noose was found in his garage. It wasn’t a protest, it was a show of strength. “Sorry I’m not wearing my mask, but I wanted to show whoever it was that you’re not going to take away my smile,” Wallace told Fox Sports reporter Jamie Little. Wallace has become the central figure in NASCAR’s response to the civil rights movement sweeping the country, which has included a ban on displays of the Confederate flag at its events. Prior to the race, the entire NASCAR Cup Series field...
    Charlize Theron is setting the report straight on her previous relationship with Sean Penn. The “Mad Max: Fury Highway” star, 44, beforehand described Penn, 59, because the “love of my life,” however now says she “barely” dated him for a 12 months. “What? That’s not true. No. I didn’t ‘nearly get married to Sean’, that’s such bulls–t,” Theron mentioned Monday on SiriusXM’s “The Howard Stern Present” when requested in the event that they had been ever engaged. “No, we dated, that was actually all we did, we dated.” “It was a relationship, for certain. We had been positively unique, but it surely was for barely a 12 months,” Theron, who was on the present to advertise her new Netflix...
    Charlize Theron is setting the record straight on her past relationship with Sean Penn. The “Mad Max: Fury Road” star, 44, previously described Penn, 59, as the “love of my life,” but now says she “barely” dated him for a year. “What? That’s not true. No. I did not ‘almost get married to Sean’, that’s such bulls–t,” Theron said Monday on SiriusXM’s “The Howard Stern Show” when asked if they were ever engaged. “No, we dated, that was literally all we did, we dated.” “It was a relationship, for sure. We were definitely exclusive, but it was for barely a year,” Theron, who was on the show to promote her new Netflix film, “The Old Guard,” said. “We never moved...
    CHARLIZE Theron insisted she was 'never going to marry' her ex Sean Penn in a new Howard Stern interview. Sean and Charlize were together for two years before calling it quits. 5 Charlize Theron insisted that she was never going to marry Sean PennCredit: Getty - Contributor Charlize, 44, finally set the record straight about those engagement rumors when she was dating the I Am Sam actor. "What? That’s not true. no. I did not 'almost get married to Sean', that’s such bulls**t," the Mad Max actress responded when the host of The Howard Stern show asked her if she had ever been engaged to Sean. "No, we dated, that was literally all we did, we dated." The single mother...
    President Donald Trump tweeted a video clip that depicts an African-American man beating up a white gentleman in what appears to be a department store. The video clip is violent, short, and presented with very little context, and Trump simply asked “Looks what’s going on here. Where are the protesters? Was this man arrested?” The source tweet came from Tariq Nasheed, who perhaps ironically calls himself the “the world’s #1 Race Baiter” and says that he “bait[s] racists & expose them-Get involved with our fight for justice.” Nasheed claims in the source video that “man at a store in #Flint allegedly referred to a Black man in the store as a “n***er” while talking on the #phone. The Black man...
    Bubba Wallace raced up the banking at Talladega Superspeedway — on foot — to meet with people, many Black, who had traveled to the track watch him race in the after the Geico 500 on Monday. They were part of a support group that included all of NASCAR on an intense, emotional day for the Richard Petty Motorsports driver. “This is probably the most badass moment right here,” Wallace, the lone Black driver in the Cup Series, told Fox Sports’ Jamie Little. To him, it was another sign that “the sport is changing.” MORE: Blaney wins at Talladega; highlights from the race They were there to back Wallace after someone put a noose in his garage stall on Sunday. Wallace wasn’t able to repay...