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    Kim Kardashian Announces SKIMs x Fendi Ready-to-Wear Collection Don’t settle for measly yields — grow your income with this ‘dividend compounding’ strategy © Provided by NBC Sports Replay Video SETTINGS OFF HD HQ SD LO Skip Ad A humbling start to the 2021 season continued for the Chiefs on Sunday. Patrick Mahomes turned the ball over twice and the Chiefs failed to score a touchdown in their 27-3 loss to the Titans. It’s the fifth time that Mahomes has had multiple turnovers in a game this season and he said that he felt he “pressed a little bit too early in the game” when discussing the giveaways after the loss was in the books. Mahomes said he thinks that there have been different reasons for the offense’s struggles from week to week, which is a big departure from the last few years and something the team is going to have to work to fix if they’re going to start winning more consistently. “It’s been kind of rainbows and flowers and awesome for these last few years, but whenever you...
    ANTHONY JOSHUA has been urged not to 'go through' with his rematch with Oleksandr Usyk. The Watford warrior had his three heavyweight titles ripped from his clutches by the slick southpaw last month but will go for seconds early next year. 4Oleksandr Usyk ended Anthony Joshua's second reign as unified heavyweight champ last monthCredit: GETTY 4Joshua will bid to reclaim the belts from the Ukrainian early next yearCredit: PA 4But Frank Warren reckons AJ should step aside and allow Tyson Fury a crack at the UkrainianCredit: REX Joshua, 31, was outfoxed and outboxed by the undefeated Uysk, so much so Frank Warren reckons he should step aside and let rival Tyson Fury have a crack at the Ukrainian. During an appearance on Sky Sports, Warren said: “He shouldn’t be going through with it. It’s his choice. "If he knocks it on the head, it opens the door for us to do the unification [Fury vs Usyk]." Warren, 69, reckons Joshua could benefit from having a warm-up fight. The Queensbury promotions chief added: “Let AJ get a warm-up fight. "He...
    KIDS are set to get back into the classroom this week after a long summer break. As children mingle once more, experts have warned parents to keep an eye out for the norovirus - with cases expected to be higher than previous years. 1Data from Public Health England states that cases of the norovirus are highest in educational settingsCredit: Getty During the summer months, Public Health England (PHE) reported an increase in cases of the norovirus. In the latest PHE report, which is dated up to August 1, the experts state that cases have been steadily increasing and have mainly been seen in educational settings, with most cases having been reported in nurseries. The experts state that cases are 43 per cent higher than the last five seasons before Covid-19 was circulating. "It is possible that unusual or out of season increases in norovirus activity could be seen in the coming months", they added. In July it was reported that there had been more than 150 outbreaks of the virus - triple the amount seen over the last five years....
    With ‘Wonder Woman 1984’, Patty Jenkins He did not stop showing his deep disgust at a simultaneous premiere in cinemas and streaming … Until he had to go through the hoop. After much debate and an unfavorable situation due to the health crisis, finally the sequel to ‘Wonder Woman’ was released in theaters and HBO Max. The release was tailored to each country, leading to a theatrical-only release in Spain somewhat earlier than in the United States. But the fact is that at home, one of the most important markets, the film was available in homes through the aforementioned platform, the same day as in cinemas and at no additional cost. Jenkins now recalls the experience with distaste, and makes it clear that she is willing to “avoid forever” having to repeat. He has commented on it at CinemaCon, the annual convention of movie theater owners in which, of course, the reflection was received amid applause. The filmmaker emphasizes that this mixed bet was the “best option among a lot of bad decisions that were made at that time.”...
    The European Space Agency (ESA) has asked for patience as it wades through more than 23,000 astronaut applications, including 1,979 from the UK. ESA says the number of applicants far exceeded even its most optimistic forecasts, describing it as a positive indication of the level of interest in space activities.  The agency is looking for six full time astronauts and up to 20 reservists that will travel to the International Space Station (ISS) and one day on to the NASA Lunar Gateway, in orbit around the moon. It had hoped to begin moving candidates on to the next stage by this point, but that has slipped until November due to the sheer volume of applicants. The final six will be announced by the end of 2022, early 2023, at which point they will begin their training with ESA for a future trip to the ISS or the moon.  The European Space Agency (ESA) has asked for patients as it wades through more than 23,000 astronaut applications, including 1,979 from the UK  ESA astronaut Thomas Pesquet is currently on...
    Laia Palau came out the last of the field, After embracing one by one all the members of the technical and medical team of the team and all her teammates, the great captain took a few moments to breathe in front of the question that everyone I wanted to ask him: is Laia Palau’s goodbye to the national team? “I know what is going to happen and we all know it, but I do not want to talk about this today. Announce what I have to announce at another time because today my head is going to explode with emotions,” pointed out the player who accumulates 315 matches behind his back. “I think today is a day to be with my people, with the team and my teammates and we are going to go through this regardless of whether I continue or not and have to spend it together. In defeat and in victory we become a team and that is how we build and this team has to continue to be built. “ Laia preferred to focus her appearance...
    Colleen Sosinski Colleen Sosinski, 50, had a flesh-eating infection called necrotizing fasciitis nearly a year ago. NF affects 700 to 1200 people a year and can cause someone to lose a limb or die.  Over the course of Sosinski's five-month hospital stay, she had 150 surgeries.  Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Nearly a year ago, Colleen Sosinski, 50, felt unbearable pain in her legs. The culprit was a flesh-eating bacterial infection, otherwise known as necrotizing fasciitis. "I would give birth to 12 children in the same day with no medications before I go through NF pain again," Sosinski, who lives in Oshkosh, Wisconsin, told Insider.  NF is a rare but serious bacterial infection that can cause sepsis, loss of limbs, or death, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. It affects 700 to 1200 people per year.  The infection occurs when bacteria enter the body through a cut, insect bite, or wound. It quickly spreads throughout the body, infecting tissues that eventually develop into wounds. Because the infection spreads rapidly, patients typically need surgery...
    Loading the player... In his new docuseries, The Me You Can’t See, Prince Harry opens up to Oprah Winfrey about the traumatizing evening when his wife Meghan Markle confessed that she was suicidal. Harry recalls how in January 2019, Markle told him she was deeply depressed. At the time, she was pregnant with their son Archie and the couple had been married for less than a year. The prince says what ultimately prevented his wife from succumbing to her thoughts of self-harm was knowing how devastated he would be over losing another important woman in his life. In this handout image provided by Harpo Productions and released on March 5, 2021, Oprah Winfrey interviews Prince Harry and Meghan Markle on A CBS Primetime Special premiering on CBS on March 7, 2021. (Photo by Harpo Productions/Joe Pugliese via Getty Images) “The thing that stopped her from seeing it through was how unfair it would be on me after everything that had happened to my mum and to now to be put in a position of losing another woman in my...
    Crystal Cox/Business Insider Kelly McLay was diagnosed with menopause at age 24, leaving her infertile at a time her peers were trying desperately not to get pregnant.  Premature menopause affects about 1% of women under 40 and comes with serious consequences, like increased risk of certain cancers and osteoporosis, in addition to infertility.  McLay shared her story on the Pregnantish podcast, detailing what it was like to have hot flashes and vaginal dryness in her 20s, her and her husband's journey to have children through egg donation, and how her diagnosis led her to her passion: running.  Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. When Kelly McLay was in her mid-20s, she joined her mom's volleyball league. The group of 50-something-year-old women understood her in a way that her peers did not: They too were going through menopause.  "It was really my mom and her friends that became my sounding board, could understand my ups and downs, could understand the grieving of going through this process because it was physical and mental," McLay told host Andrea Syrtash on...
    MEGHAN Markle bravely shared her miscarriage heartache to support other women who faced the same tragedy in silence, an insider claimed today. The Duchess of Sussex, 39, last month penned an emotional op-ed that revealed the "unbearable grief" she and husband Prince Harry had gone through after losing their second child. ⚠️ Read our Meghan and Harry blog for the latest news on the Royal couple 7Meghan Markle decided to speak about her miscarriage to support other women Credit: AP:Associated Press In the deeply personal essay for the New York Times, the mum revealed she had to be hospitalised four months ago after feeling a "sharp cramp" before losing her unborn baby. A source told People magazine Meghan had bravely decided to share her experience to break the "cycle of solitary mourning". The insider told the US outlet: "They kept their miscarriage private for months because it was very painful and not anything that they knew if they would ever want to share. “They both seemed shocked at how painful it was.  “Meghan was ready to share now because so many women go...
    MEGHAN Markle admits passing information to the authors of Finding Freedom using a go-between but claims it wasn't to "enhance her image". The Duchess of Sussex is suing Associated Newspapers, the publisher of the Mail on Sunday, for releasing a letter she wrote to her estranged dad, Thomas Markle. ⚠️ Read our Meghan and Harry blog for the latest news on the Royal couple The book is said to explain the reasons behind their split from the Royal Family The Duchess of Sussex is fighting against the Mail on Sunday The newspaper argues the 39-year-old "co-operated" with the authors of Finding Freedom. She was accused of feeding personal information to the writers to “set out her own version of events in a way that is favourable to her” - therefore breaching her own privacy. Her amended court documents released today show she spoke with someone who had been approached by authors Omid Scobie and Carolyn Durand to set the record straight regarding her dad. The papers state Meghan was "concerned her father's narrative" over her abandoning him, which she says was...
    Halloween, Dia de los Muertos, immersive art, multimedia, group shows — there's a little bit of everything in the art world this week, and in some cases, it's participation-friendly, as well. Tickets go on sale for the Denver Art Museum blockbuster Frida Kahlo, Diego Rivera and Mexican Modernism, at 10 a.m. Monday, October 12 (October 9 for members). Limber up your tapping fingers and get ready to compete for the best dates. Send your note for tomorrow to the Yard. The Yard Notes For Tomorrow Google Maps Location Coordinates: 38.847596,-104.799216 (Colorado Springs) October 3 through January 3, 2021 The Yard, a 24/7 front-yard gallery in Colorado Springs, has been quiet for a while, save for a Black Lives Matter sign. But the outdoor space has come alive again in the last week with a project that invites the audience to participate and help the United States Post Office, too, by purchasing stamps, affixing them to postcards and mailing a short note describing your vision for the future to 1010 North Logan Avenue, Colorado Springs, CO 80909. The messages...
    A pit bull was shot and killed by a Detroit K9 police officer after it got entangled with her own dog through a fence, sparking outrage on social media after video of the incident went viral. Home security cameras captured the graphic footage from August 3 which shows a white pit bull in its own yard in a residential area of Detroit get into a confrontation with a police K9. In the footage, the police officer appears to have trouble separating the two. Detroit Police Department officials told TMZ that the pit bull bit down on the K9’s nose and refused to let go. The image above taken from a home security camera shows a Detroit police officer struggling to separate her K9 from a white pit bull as they fought through a fence in a residential area The officer appears to lose control of her K9 as the white pit bull confronts it from behind the fence As the two dogs go at it, the officer reaches for her weapon and fires a bullet into the...
    A naughty bear cub got a telling off from its mother after popping a family's paddling pool during a night-time adventure, and was eventually dragged away from the home. A family, who live in Boone, North Carolina, were woken up at 4am on August 10 by a young bear cub popping their outdoor paddling pool and snacking on birdseed.  The family decided to film the surreal encounter when the cub started walking towards the door of the house, trying to peer inside. A family, from Boone, North Carolina, were stunned to find a young bear cub playing on their decking and peering into their home at 4am on August 10 Video footage shows the young bear walking across the decking during their night-time adventure before bravely approaching the glazed door of the house. The curious cub stands on its hind legs and props a paw up against the wall to peer into the house and take a closer look at the family. But much to the surprise of the woman filming, the cub's mother scales the 15ft decking and...
    Kevin Hart is lending his support to talk show host Ellen DeGeneres amid reports that she created a toxic workplace environment. “It’s crazy to see my friend go through what she’s going through publicly,” he wrote on Instagram Tuesday. “I’ve known Ellen for years and I can honestly say that she’s one of the dopest people on the f–king planet. She has treated my family and my team with love and respect from day one. The Internet has become a crazy world of negativity we are falling in love with people downfall. It’s honestly sad. When did we get here? I stand by the ones that I know and that I love. Looking forward to the future when we get back to loving one another this hate s–t has to stop. Hopefully it goes out of style soon.” He continued, “This post is not meant to disregard the feelings of others and experiences. It’s simply to show what my experience have been with my friend. Love you for life Ellen.” Hart, 41, is just the latest celebrity to stand...
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