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  • (CBS New York) — It was tough sledding for most of the AFC East in week 1 of the 2021 NFL season, as the New York Jets, Buffalo Bills and New England Patriots all opened up the season with losses. The Miami Dolphins are currently atop the division standings at 1-0, earning that spot with a 17-16 win over the Patriots in Mac Jones’ rookie debut. This week, all four...
  • HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) — Pennsylvania’s state-run liquor system will begin rationing sales of a few dozen products on Friday in response to what it describes as supply shortages beyond its control. The Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board notified license holders on Thursday that two-bottles-per-day purchase limits for customers at state stores, as well as for bars, restaurants and other license holders, will remain in place indefinitely. READ MORE: Sources: Man Confesses...
  • Who is Jeopardy! guest host Ken Jennings?
    the-sun.com | 7 hour(s) ago Who is Jeopardy! guest host Ken Jennings?
    KEN Jennings went from contestant to host during Jeopardy's season of guest hosts following the passing of Alex Trebek. Jennings had previously won 74 consecutive Jeopardy! games before he was defeated and was one of the first guest hosts during Season 37. 2Production for the show is set to resume on November 30 and Jennings will be hosting until a permanent host is namedCredit: AP:Associated Press Who is Jeopardy!...
  • BOSTON (CBS) — The FDA is meeting Friday to decide whether to recommend booster shots to people who have already received their initial COVID-19 vaccines, but some scientists think boosters would be premature for most Americans. Dr. Mallika Marshall is here to answer some questions about the FDA’s upcoming decision. Q: Why has this become a real “hot button” issue in the medical world? READ MORE: Child Grazed By Bullet...
  • HOUSTON (AP) — Another Texas inmate has had his execution delayed over claims the state is violating his religious freedom by not letting his spiritual adviser lay hands on him at the time of his lethal injection. Ruben Gutierrez was set to be executed on Oct. 27 for fatally stabbing an 85-year-old Brownsville woman in 1998. But a judge on Wednesday granted a request by the Cameron County District...
  • Authorities on Thursday released a dark, tilted-angle video of a 55-year-old Edison man who was struck and killed by a police car as he walked in the roadway on Route 18 last month. What also remained unclear was why Julius Filep was walking toward oncoming traffic in the highway’s northbound lanes in East Brunswick shortly after 3:30 a.m. Aug. 1. An East Brunswick police officer was responding to another accident...
  • There are going to be some very happy Metallica fans tonight. But, unfortunately, probably even a greater number of unhappy ones. That’s because only a few hundred of these heavy metal listeners will be able to score tickets to see Metallica perform an intimate club show at the Independent in San Francisco tonight. News of this show struck just minutes ago (right after 3 p.m.) when the Independent tweeted out...
  • 2 Bodies Found In West St. Paul Garage
    cbslocal.com | 4 minutes ago 2 Bodies Found In West St. Paul Garage
    MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — Two people were found dead in a garage in West St. Paul Thursday afternoon. A maintenance worker called 911 around 3:45 p.m. to report finding two bodies on the 120 block of Thompson Avenue West. Police said their causes of death are undetermined “due to the time that has passed since the deaths.” The deaths are under investigation, and the bodies have been turned over to the...
  • (CNN)It's funny what four years of a president who carries a healthy disregard for the Constitution, and a violent insurrection at the US Capitol, can do for people's knowledge of our democratic institutions!For the first time in 15 years, a majority (56%) of people could name all three branches of the federal government in a new survey conducted by Annenberg Public Policy Center.That number was under 30% in 2016 but...
  • MIAMI (CBSMiami) – America’s workforce is shrinking. The so-called “Great Resignation” has stunned businesses and employers. Miami-based author and motivational speaker Bruce Terkel has a new book that dives into why business owners are having trouble hiring workers, and why workers are quitting their jobs in record number. A record four million people quit their jobs in April. according to the Labor Department. READ MORE: Diversity Amongst Hispanics Adds More...
  • Timeline of the Gabby Petito case Facebook bans German accounts under new social harm policy RAPID CITY, S.D. (KOTA) - During a Legal and Finance Committee meeting Wednesday, a matter came up that has been making its rounds for a while. It has to do with City staff hazard pay. It would go to those who worked for the City during the pandemic last year and are still with...
  • LAUSANNE, Switzerland (AP) — A doctor from Moldova has been banned from sports for life for arranging for lookalikes to give drug testing samples under the names of real weightlifters heading for the world championships. The International Testing Agency said Thursday that Dorin Balmus represented three Moldovan athletes in 2015 when they were asked to provide samples shortly before competing at the world championships in Houston. The ITA said...
  • DOVER, Del. (AP) — A Delaware judge has ruled that the ex-husband of a woman slain in a murder-suicide stemming from a love triangle must relinquish proceeds from her individual life insurance policies. But the judge also said Thursday that Meredith Sullivan’s ex-husband can keep proceeds from her University of Delaware group insurance policy. Sullivan was fatally shot at her Pennsylvania home in 2018 by the wife of the man...
  • For the fourth year in a row, Georgia public-school students outperformed their counterparts in the nation’s public schools on the SAT, recording a mean score of 1077 — 39 points higher than the national average for public-school students. Georgia’s public-school class of 2021 also recorded significant increases in scores compared to the class of 2020. The mean score for Evidence-Based...
  • Heres Everything We Know About Amazons Revival of I Know What You Did Last Summer The Best Money Experts for Each Generation Kansas City Chiefs offensive coordinator Eric Bieniemy answered questions Thursday about being billed as a potential head-coaching candidate at University of Southern California. NFL Week 2: Whos bouncing back? Whos taking a step back? USA TODAY SPORTS See more videos SHARE SHARE TWEET SHARE EMAIL What to watch...
  • New York Mets owner Steve Cohen isn’t afraid to take to Twitter if he needs to. Cohen is like George Steinbrenner with social media. Cohen wasn’t happy with a hit piece published by the New York Post, which stated that the Mets’ value “has gone backward significantly,” and “they had these two hires, and it looks like they are in disarray.”
  • DALLAS (CBSDFW.COM) – When Yovanne Boggs desperately needed to reach the Texas Workforce Commission last year to report her unemployment account had been hacked, she got a busy signal. “Someone had changed the bank account information and was stealing my money,” explained the Dallas resident. “I called hundreds of times and couldn’t get anybody on the phone.” Boggs was not alone. The TWC handles the state’s unemployment claims and when...
  • CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — Wyoming will ask the federal government to remove its protections for grizzly bears in the Yellowstone region and permit the region’s three states to manage and potentially allow hunting of the big bruins in certain areas, Gov. Mark Gordon said Thursday. “We have proved time and time again that we are experts in wildlife conservation,” Gordon, a Republican, said at a news conference. Wyoming will submit...
  • LAGUNA NIGUEL (CBSLA) — A bat that was found at Laguna Niguel Regional Park over the weekend has tested positive for rabies, Orange County Health Care Agency officials said Thursday. (credit: OCGov.com) The bat was found at the park, 28241 La Paz Rd., on Saturday. READ MORE: Andrew Marnell Of Beverly Grove Pleads Guilty To Taking Out $9 Million In COVID Relief Loans For Gambling Trips To Vegas, Luxury Purchases...
  • SELLING Sunset’s Christine Quinn steps out in an eye-catching purple ensemble. The Netflix star, 32, was pictured in New York as she told British fans online: “You better get ready! 2Hot property Christine Quinn sure knows how to turn heads as she steps out in an eye-catching purple ensembleCredit: TheImageDirect.com 2The Selling Sunset star, 32, was spotted in New York as she teased Brit fans with a 'HUGE announcement' “I’m...
  • Green Bay Packers head coach Matt LaFleur revealed the NFL basically admitted they messed up on the roughing the passer call against Za’Darius Smith. The Packers have a lot of things to worry about this week after a miserable opening week loss to the Saints. They can at least take heart in knowing the NFL screwed up a bad roughing the passer call. Head coach Matt LaFleur said he talked...
  • U.S. Rep. Madison Cawthorn is once again being mocked, this time for yet again not understanding the very basics of American democracy. On Thursday the Republican from North Carolina claimed it is "illegal" and unconstitutional for airlines to require passengers to be vaccinated, because "you actually have a constitutionally protected right to free, unrestricted travel within the United States." That last part has a tiny shred of truth to it....
  • PUSSYCAT Doll Nicole Scherzinger looks as if she has the glamour game licked in a stunning white gown. Her off-the-shoulder dress set tongues wagging as she walked arm-in-arm with former rugby star Thom Evans at the Venice Film Festival. 4Gorgeous Nicole Scherzinger looked like she was ready to walk down the aisle in this white gown 4The Pussycat Doll star, 43, stunned in the off-the-shoulder dress as she posed...
  • A handful of states, including California and Texas, are set to receive a disproportionate number of the tens of thousands of Afghans evacuated to the U.S., while other states are expected to resettle fewer than a dozen evacuees or none at all, according to government data obtained by CBS News. The Biden administration this week notified state authorities of the number of Afghan evacuees each state could receive in the...
  • A UNIVERSITY student took his own life after being accused of plagiarism in his final dissertation, an inquest heard. Alistair Hall, 22, was found dead in his room in student halls in Portsmouth, Hants, having suffering a heart arrhythmia after taken a drug overdose. 2Alistair Hall, 22, was found dead at his student halls in PortsmouthCredit: Google Maps 2The University of Portsmouth student took his own life after being accused...
  • Several businesses are often years in the making before finally getting launched. This is partly due to entrepreneurs trying to find their path and offer a product or service they are truly passionate about. Once they find their direction, it can still take some time to get the company off the ground. Dr. Ary Krau explains why starting early gives you a strong advantage. After you have a concrete business...
  • Getty Draymond Green reacts to a play in a game against the Dallas Mavericks. Golden State Warriors rookie Moses Moody will get to take the floor with two of the NBA’s greatest scorers in Steph Curry and Klay Thompson, but it was another Warriors veteran that seemed to catch his attention. The team’s No. 14 overall pick opened up this week about the chance to play alongside Draymond...
  • BOSTON (CBS) – A day care center in Chinatown is under investigation by two state agencies as the result of a WBZ-TV I-Team investigation. Cell phone video taken by a woman in a car appears to show a day care provider shaking a toddler at a public park. The driver who took the video spoke to the I-Team through an interpreter. “When she saw the lady shaking the kid, she...
  • MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) – Rising cases of COVID-19 linked to schools is concerning public health officials who expect the frequency of them to increase over the coming weeks. State epidemiologist Dr. Ruth Lynfield said Wednesday that last week cases averaged about 150 per day, but that this week is already seeing much higher case counts with more than 600 cases on Monday and 500 cases on Tuesday. READ MORE: StubHub Will Pay...
  • PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – AHN is taking care of patients from across the country as hospitals reach capacity in other states. This comes as West Virginia’s most recent numbers reached a record of almost 900 people hospitalized with COVID-19. On July 4, that number was 52. AHN says they are constantly hearing from hospitals all over the country. It has a delicate balance of helping them and still meeting the needs...
  • NAPA, Calif. (AP) — Jon Rahm is motivated, even if he’s not feeling well. The top-ranked Spanish star had two birdies and two bogeys Thursday in an even-par 72 in the first round of the Fortinet Championship, leaving him well back of the leaders at Silverado Resort and Spa. “I was having a hard time focusing given the fact that I haven’t had a solid meal since Tuesday morning,” Rahm...
  • You may want to stock up on some alcoholic beverages as a liquor sales rationing system is being put in place as supply shortages have gone “beyond its control,” according to the Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board. License holders were notified of the system on Thursday. The new rule limits purchases of alcohol to two-bottles-per-day purchases for customers at state stores, bars, restaurants and other license holders. The change goes into...
  • When talking to anyone about their wildest dreams or goals in life, many will have “traveling the world” at the top of their list. According to a report conducted by the U.S. Travel Association, 60% of American travelers travel to improve their outlook on life, and 72% travel to see more of the world. With much of the population striving to discover the world, many will have to balance the...
  • The Candler County Sheriff’s Office is seeking the public’s help identifying the person and vehicle pictured. According to CCSO, both were involved in defacing two commercial properties in western Candler County. Anyone that recognizes this individual or vehicle, is asked to call (Dispatch)912-685-2598 or (Tips)912-685-8649, or send the information by email to [email protected] Click image to enlarge
  • Riverdale stars over-the-top flamingo minidress, more fashion hits and misses for September 2021 Heres Why Any Correction Wont be Severe The San Francisco 49ers already knew that cornerback Jason Verrett and running back Raheem Mostert were lost to season-ending injury setbacks coming off last Sunday's win at the Detroit Lions.  © Raj Mehta-USA TODAY Sports Dre Greenlaw is the latest 49ers player to suffer an injury. Things continue to...
  • Heres Everything We Know About Amazons Revival of I Know What You Did Last Summer The Best Money Experts for Each Generation © Provided by NBC Sports Replay Video SETTINGS OFF HD HQ SD LO Skip Ad Cornerback Marshon Lattimore underwent surgery Tuesday to repair a chipped bone in his thumb. He returned to practice Thursday. The Saints listed Lattimore as a limited participant. The three-time Pro Bowler missed...
  • (CBS Local)– The past year and a half has been one of the most challenging times for Don Darryl Rivera and his family. The actor and his wife are both performers on Broadway and they weren’t able to do what they love or provide for their family through their work on the stage because the pandemic shut down Broadway. Rivera is one of the many people interviewed about this time in...
  • Dede Westbrook Minnesota Vikings (Photo by Dylan Buell/Getty Images) The Minnesota Vikings need to bounce back against the Arizona Cardinals after an overtime loss to Cincinnati Week 1. The Minnesota Vikings head to the desert to take on the Arizona Cardinals for a late Sunday afternoon game. A win in Arizona is crucial for Minnesota. Their performance last week was demoralizing aside from a few bright spots. Season after season, it...
  • Nick Jonas Celebrates His Birthday by Giving Away a Gibson Villa One Guitar: Something Special Tesla Inc. stock outperforms market on strong trading day © Provided by NBC Sports Replay Video SETTINGS OFF HD HQ SD LO Skip Ad Broncos defensive end Dre'Mont Jones spent five years playing for Urban Meyer at Ohio State, and on Sunday Jones will see Meyer again when the Broncos play the Jaguars. And...
  • How Much Do Hurricanes Cost The US Government?
    dailycaller.com | 25 minutes ago How Much Do Hurricanes Cost The US Government?
    Congress has distributed billions of dollars to states impacted by hurricanes over the past 20 years, and is gearing up to do so once again. Elected officials in states hit hard by Hurricane Ida are requesting that the federal government provide extra disaster relief funds via an appropriations bill or the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA). The entire congressional delegations of Louisiana and New Jersey submitted letters to the House...