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    A GRIEVING mother has shared her heartbreaking story about miscarrying her first child.  On top of already being upset, she claimed her husband’s family is blaming her for the miscarriage – and even said she had one on purpose.  3A woman was left completely shocked and offended after her in-laws blamed her for her miscarriageCredit: Getty 3Her husband stood up for her, but now he wants her to let them apologizeCredit: Getty To preface her story, the woman explained that her husband’s family has been open about not liking her.  “I’ve been in the US for five years, but I’m not from here. Different skin color, foreign accent,” she stated in the story she posted to Reddit.  “I’m not the daughter/sister-in-law they expected, which his mom and sister have voiced before.” She then revealed that when she and her husband visited his family in person, they had an appalling reaction to their miscarriage news. “[His sister] invited us over to her place and then had the nerve to say in front of everybody that my miscarriage is not that big...
    Conservative historian Victor Davis Hanson said Democrats see the that “COVID threat” and “racial tensions” favor them politically and “they won’t change” despite recent election losses. During the Sirius XM “The Megyn Kelly Show” podcast Thursday, Kelly asked her guest Hanson what the odds are by the “mid-terms” Democrats will be like “oh my goodness, we are going to have to relax these crazy policies, because we’re going to pay for it if we don’t” over all the firing of cops and healthcare workers over COVID vaccine, mask mandates for kids and the like. (RELATED: Megyn Kelly Defends Piers Morgan, Says ‘In An Era Of Free Speech Being Stifled’ We ‘Need More’ Like Him, Not ‘Fewer’) “I do think that people will punish the Democrats if they don’t reverse some of this going forward,” the former Fox News host shared. Hanson agreed people will punish the party as they did in Virginia, New Jersey, and elsewhere, following recent elections. However, he said that the Democrats “won’t change.” (RELATED: Victor Davis Hanson: Democrats In Panic Mode As Party Reaches The ‘Most Left-Wing...
    Great whites are often portrayed as ruthless human killers, but a new study suggests shark attack victims are simply the subject of mistaken identity.   The vicious marine beasts can confuse humans for their natural prey – seals – because they look the same when viewed from below, the research reveals. Experts in Australia used 'shark vision' to see how seals and humans on surfboards appear when looking up at a silhouette on the water's surface. They did this by cleverly manipulating footage of swimming humans and seals as a shark would see it.  Sharks likely confuse an oval-shaped surfboard for the body of a seal, as well as a human's arms and legs for the limbs of the seal, the researchers concluded.  They are completely colour blind or at best have only limited colour perception – and this makes it hard for them to make the distinction.  Sharks don't attack humans on purpose but mix them up with seals because they're colour-blind and can't quite make the distinction, researchers in Sydney report  Great white shark (Carcharodon carcharias). White shark attacks...
    ARE MANCHESTER UNITED fans revolting? I guess we will see after the international break and the tricky set of fixtures that Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s team face. 3Fans of Manchester United have been protesting for years to get the Glazers out of the clubCredit: AP 3Joel and Avram Glazer and their family have put another £100m of United shares up for saleCredit: PA Maybe the Glazer family think that by putting another £100m of shares up for sale right at the beginning of the Premier League’s latest break, they will avoid a significant public backlash from supporters opposed to their ownership. And maybe they’re right. When United fans stormed Old Trafford and forced the postponement of the Liverpool game in April, they had been triggered by United’s involvement in the European Super League plans. That embarrassing fiasco led to years of anger and frustration at the Glazers’ ownership - and the general discontent of lockdown - pouring out in an inexcusably violent fashion. No-one wants to see a repeat of that, of course. And you could argue that United fans have...
    A MCDONALD’S drive-thru worker has revealed how sneaky staff 'spy' on drivers and leave them waiting on PAUSE if they’re busy. “In fact we hear everything you say the minute you’re at the speaker,” another employee warned. 2Mind your manners! McDonald's drive-thru staff have warned they can hear everything you say while waiting in the laneCredit: Getty Images - Getty Most of the time they can apparently overhear famished customers insulting them while they wait for their order to be ready, revealed Amber. The former McDonald's worker also explained in a TikTok clip why Brits are sometimes left waiting in ever-growing drive-thru queues. To help cope with any sudden deluge of customers, staff apparently have a handy option to put some drivers “on pause”, reported the Express. Amber said: "When you pull forward in the drive-thru we can already see you and hear you, even though we haven't said 'hello'. "When we actually put you on pause - because we are busy - we can still hear you. "The amount of insults I heard!” Most read in The US SunUNDER...
    (CNN) — It looks like the Kutcher-Kunis family is saving money on soap. Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis appeared on an episode of Dax Shepard’s “Armchair Expert” podcast and the talk turned to bathing. After Shepard told co-host Monica Padman that using soap everyday rids the body of natural oils, Kutcher and Kunis agreed, saying they only wash vitals every day. Padman was stunned to be in the daily full-body wash minority and asked, “Who taught you to not wash?” “I didn’t have hot water growing up as a child so I didn’t shower very much anyway,” Kunis said. That has apparently continued with her and Kutcher’s two kids, Wyatt, 6, and Dimitri, 4. “I wasn’t that parent that bathed my newborns, ever,” Kunis said. And now that they are older, Kutcher said they have a system. “If you can see the dirt on them, clean them,” he said. “Otherwise, there’s no point.” Kutcher said he does wash his “armpits and my crotch daily and nothing else ever,” and has a tendency to “throw some water on my face after...
    Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher only bathe their children when they see dirt on them. Ashton, 43, and Mila, 37, admitted they only give daughter Wyatt, six, and son Dimitri, four, a scrub when they look physically grubby.  And even when the youngsters are allowed a quick dip in the tub, they hardly ever use soap because they don't want to dry their delicate skin out.  Mila and Ashton also revealed that they avoid using soap on their own bodies too.   They discussed their family's approach to hygiene on the latest Armchair Expert podcast, which is hosted by Dax Shepard and Monica Padman.  Candid: Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis admitted they only give daughter Wyatt, six, and son Dimitri, four, a scrub when they look physically grubby; the family are pictured in 2017 At one point Dax told Monica that she should not be excising the natural oil on your skin with a bar of soap every day.  In response Monica replied: 'I can't believe I am in the minority here of washing my whole body in the shower....
    MILA Kunis and Ashton Kutcher are being slammed after they claimed they "only bathe" their kids "when they can see dirt on them." The famous couple share daughter Wyatt Isabelle, six, and son Dimitri Portwood, four. 4Ashton Kutcher and his wife, Mila Kunis, revealed they don't exactly bathe their kids very oftenCredit: Getty During an interview on Dax Shepard and Monica Padman's popular podcast Armchair Expert, the Hollywood pair revealed to listeners just how often they decide to bathe their children. It all kicked off when Dax insisted that Monica "should not be getting rid of the natural oil on your skin with a bar of soap every day" and should instead only wash with water, something that Ashton, 43, and Mila, 37, both agreed with. "I can't believe I am in the minority here of washing my whole body in the shower. Who taught you to not wash?" Monica asked, to which Mila replied, "I didn't have hot water growing up as a child, so I didn't shower much anyway." Mila, who shared screen time with Ashton on That...
    Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher got married in July 2015. Alberto E. Rodriguez/Getty Images for Disney Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis said they don't wash their children every day.  The couple also revealed that they do not wash their own bodies with soap every day.  "I do have a tendency to throw some water on my face after a workout to get all the salts out," Kuther said. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis told Dax Shepard's "Armchair Podcast" that they don't wash their children every day, and parents should only wash their children when they see dirt on them.   "I didn't have hot water growing up as a child, so I didn't shower much anyway," Kunis said while discussing her personal hygiene on the podcast. "But when I had children, I also didn't wash them every day. I wasn't that parent that bathed my newborns — ever." Soon after, Kutcher added: "Now, here's the thing: If you can see the dirt on them, clean them. Otherwise, there's no point." Kutcher and...
    We’re Geeking Out Over These 9 Apple Deals: AirPods Pro for $190, AirPods Max for $459, M1 MacBooks for $900 Tokyo Olympics live updates: Alaskas Lydia Jacoby strikes gold in womens 100 breaststroke © Provided by People Alberto E. Rodriguez/Getty Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher have a very specific approach to bath time for their children. The couple — who share daughter Wyatt Isabelle, 6, and son Dimitri Portwood, 4 — revealed during their latest appearance on the Armchair Expert podcast that they don't believe in bathing their kids with soap every day. The subject came up when co-hosts Dax Shepard and Monica Padman started discussing how frequent they shower. When Shepard, 46, insisted that Padman, 33, "should not be getting rid of the natural oil on your skin with a bar of soap every day" and instead only wash with water, Kunis, 37, and Kutcher, 43, agreed. © Alberto E. Rodriguez/Getty Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher "I can't believe I am in the minority here of washing my whole body in the shower....
    Dear Amy: For my 80th birthday, my four sons gave me a “trip anywhere on Highway 80.” Amy Dickinson  COVID and other aspects of life intervened, and I had my 81st birthday six months ago. No one seems to remember that promise. They’ve all had vacations of their own, but no one has mentioned my 80th trip. This would be the highlight of my life. Can you give me the words to remind them, without sounding snarky or greedy? Not Getting Any Younger Dear Not Getting Any: What a creative and thoughtful gift! Now, it’s time to collect. I suggest you send an email to all four of your wonderful sons, perhaps quoting the John Denver song: “All my bags are packed, I’m ready to go. … The taxi’s waiting, he’s blowing his horn…” Related Articles Ask Amy: I said something that hurt her, and now I’m worried what she’ll do Ask Amy: My husband died and my sister tells me I’m too angry Ask Amy: If I want my husband’s help, I’ll have...
    DENVER (CBS4) – Each year in Colorado, about 250 teens age out of the foster care system. For those without a support system, the future can look pretty bleak. Statistically they’re more likely to be homeless, incarcerated, jobless, and use drugs. Raise the Future offers a mentorship program designed to turn those outcomes around, it’s called CHOICE. (credit CBS) “I just like to bike. I like to be outdoors,” 18-year-old Seth told CBS4 on a bright warm spring day. READ MORE: Sen. John Hickenlooper Discusses American Rescue Plan, Climate Change During First Town Hall It was that one shared interest that became the basis for a much bigger connection. “We actually got him a bike for our house for Christmas, so that’s what he rode over here today,” said Julie, Seth’s mentor through the CHOICE program. “It’s one thing that we do pretty consistently when he comes over to see us, because we know he enjoys it, and we enjoy it,” said Cary, also Seth’s mentor. (credit CBS) Julie and Cary felt a calling to mentor a teen, so they...
    A warning sign on the South River near DeKalb, Georgia. Alan Cressler/American Rivers Let our journalists help you make sense of the noise: Subscribe to the Mother Jones Daily newsletter and get a recap of news that matters.The Boundary Waters—an area including more than 1000 pristine lakes and 1200 miles of rivers and streams in northern Minnesota— are being threatened. Twin Metals, a subsidiary of the Chilean mining company Antofagasta, has proposed opening a copper mine there that environmental advocates say will do irrevocable damage to the overall health of waterways in the area. The mine threatens to jeopardize wildlife and will also compromise the robust tourist industry that relies on the Boundary Waters wilderness for survival. Or consider the proposed hard rock mine along the Pecos River in New Mexico. It’s likely to harm more than 5,000 acres of wildlife habitat while polluting the 926-mile long river that extends from New Mexico to the Rio Grande in Texas. In Georgia, decades-long pollution from sewage and stormwater runoff threatens the South River, which flows through predominantly black, and low to moderate income communities in...
    Facebook Chairman and CEO Mark Zuckerberg.Erin Scott | Reuters Facebook is introducing a new feature that will make it easier for users to choose what content shows up in their News Feed. The new feature, announced on Wednesday, is called a feed filter bar. Rather than just relying on Facebook's algorithms to determine what they see, users will now be able to toggle between viewing algorithmically ranked content, the most recent posts and updates from their favorite friends and pages they follow. While Facebook already allows users to view their feed ranked by most recent posts or those created by top friends, those options are buried deep in the app and hard to find. The feed filter bar will make them readily apparent. The feature will roll out to Android users on Wednesday, and it will become available to iOS users "in the coming weeks," Facebook said. The new feature was announced Wednesday in a 5,000-word essay published by Nick Clegg, Facebook vice president of global affairs and communications. The post was titled "You and the Algorithm: It Takes...
    During an interview aired on Tuesday’s broadcast of CNN’s “AC360,” Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY) stated that getting “big, bold change done” is the most important priority of Democrats, and that he hopes “that now that Republicans have seen we can do it without them, that they’ll realize they ought to try to work with us.” Schumer said, “I always say, we want to work with Republicans where we can. But we have to get big, bold change done, and that is our number one priority. I have a hope. I’m always an optimist, you know that, Anderson, that now that Republicans have seen we can do it without them, that they’ll realize they ought to try to work with us. But we’re not going to make the mistake of 2008 and 9 and do such a small, measly proposal that it won’t get us out of the mess that we are in right now.” Follow Ian Hanchett on Twitter @IanHanchett
    ABUJA, Nigeria—“This country continues to fail its people,” Bello Muntari cried out on Thursday as his brothers remain missing, six days after the two boys were kidnapped along with hundreds of other male students from their school in northwestern Nigeria. Muntari’s siblings, Muhammad and Abdul, were among over 300 boys kidnapped from the Government Science secondary school in the Kankara district of Katsina state. Over 100 gunmen stormed the premises on motorcycles, forcing students and their teachers to flee into the surrounding bush. “They were the unlucky ones,” said Muntari. “Many students ran away when the gunmen arrived but my brothers were seized.” A local vigilante told The Daily Beast via telephone that the attackers seized mostly students at junior secondary school who were between the ages of 14 and 16. “Their dormitories are located close to the entrance of the school,” said Umaru Musa, who's part of a local vigilante group that secures the area around the school every night. “The attackers just went straight to those dormitories as if they knew the school so well.” The attackers,...
    Joe Biden raised eyebrows on the campaign trail on Monday after telling a group of 'beautiful young ladies' he wanted to 'see them dancing when they're four years older too'.  Biden made the remark during a campaign stop in Miami, paying tribute to the dancers who had performed for him at the city's Little Haiti Cultural Center. The Democratic nominee appeared to point to a group of young girls in traditional Haitian costume as he made the comment.   While Biden clearly meant to refer to the four-year presidential term, suggesting he would like to be back for a re-election campaign in 2024, his clumsy wording led to a wave of online scorn at 'Creepy Joe', as critics like to call him.  
    THIS is the cringeworthy moment "creepy" Joe Biden tells a group of "beautiful young ladies" he wants to "see them dancing when they are four years older". The presidential candidate, 77, made the comment during a visit to the Little Haiti Cultural Center in Miami on Monday. ⚠️ Read our US election live blog for the latest news & updates 7Joe Biden has been criticised for comments he made towards young girlsCredit: Twitter 7Biden addressed these girls during a speech in MiamiCredit: Twitter He spotted a group of young girls watching him speak when he said: "And I want to see these beautiful young ladies - I want to see them dancing when they're four years older too." Video of his comments was shared on social media, with some saying Biden's behaviour was "creepy". "These are the young girls that Biden wants to see dance in four years. Yikes," one person tweeted. Former NFL player Herschel Walker tweeted: "To Joe Biden and campaign, telling young African American girls 'I want to see you dancing when you're four years older' is...
    Joe Biden has been raising eyebrows again with remarks he made to a group of "beautiful young ladies" during a campaign stop in Miami. While paying a visit on Monday to the Little Haiti Cultural Center, Biden closed his remarks by quipping to the crowd, "the good news is, for me, I'm here. The bad news for you is I'm coming back." He then spotted a gathering of young girls to the side. BIDEN SUGGESTS PEOPLE WERE ABLE TO QUARANTINE BECAUSE 'SOME BLACK WOMAN WAS ABLE TO STACK THE GROCERY SHELF' IN VIRAL CLIP "And I want to see these beautiful young ladies- I want to see them dancing when they're four years older too," Biden pointed, sparking laughs from attendees. Cell phone footage from another angle of Biden's remarks shows who the former VP was addressing, which appeared to be two young girls sitting off to the side. The footage went viral, sparking allegations from some of "creepy" behavior. The Biden campaign did not immediately respond to Fox News' request for comment. CLICK HERE TO GET THE FOX NEWS...
    The mother of Julian Assange's children has revealed how the couple was able to secretly conceive their two sons while he was hiding out at the Ecuadorian embassy in London.  South African-born lawyer Stella Moris is currently raising her two young boys, Gabriel, three, and Max, one, alone in the UK while their Wikileaks founder father continues to fight his extradition to the US. The 49-year-old Australian is wanted on an 18-count indictment alleging a plot to hack computers and conspiracy to obtain and disclose national defense information. Assange had been holed up at the Ecuadorian embassy in the UK since 2012 where he met Moris and began a relationship with her in 2015.  Despite his inability to leave the embassy without risking arrest, Moris said they managed the two managed to have intimate moments and kept their relationship under wraps for years.  'We found ways to be private,' Morris said in an interview with CBS News on Thursday.  Scroll down for video  Stela Moris, who began dating Assange in 2015, revealed how the pair managed to keep their relationship -...
    President Donald Trump told supporters to call the cops on Democrats 'when you see them cheating' as he again tried to sow doubt about the legitimacy of mail-in ballots.  'Early voting has already begun and when you see them cheating on the other side - I don't say if - when, when you see them cheating with those ballots, all of those unsolicited ballots, those millions of ballots, you see them,' Trump said. 'Anytime you do, report them to the authorities.'   The president added that 'the authorities are waiting and watching,' addressing a crowd at a campaign rally Monday night in Toledo, Ohio.  President Donald Trump told supporters to call 'the authorities' on Democrats 'when you see them cheating with those ballots, all of those unsolicited ballots, those millions of ballots,' as he again tried to sow doubt about Americans voting by mail   The president's comments continue his assault on widespread mail-in voting, which he suggests will be ripe for fraud - and also admitted might 'LEAD TO THE END OF OUR GREAT REPUBLICAN PARTY,' despite there not...
    Dear Amy: I have been married to my husband for four years. His entire family hates me. Columnist Amy Dickinson (Bill Hogan/Chicago Tribune)  He was raised a strict Mormon but left the church long before he met me. Yet his family openly blames me for “making him ” turn his back on religion. They are upset with me because I will not have any more children (my husband does not have biological children of his own). They ignore me any time we are around them, even at our wedding. How can I get them to see that they are toxic, and it’s not all me, as they constantly claim? Frustrated in Washington Dear Frustrated: You should not engage in a contest with your in-laws to prove who is more “toxic.” In fact, if these people consistently treat you badly, you should reduce your contact with them. Your husband should also push back, calmly, every single time they disrespect you. Related Articles Ask Amy: This secret ripped our family apart and destroyed an old woman’s life Ask...
    Speaking on her eponymous podcast on an episode titled, “The Gift Of Girlfriends,” former First Lady Michelle Obama stated that white people either don’t acknowledge black people exist or they see them as a threat. Prior to those comments, Obama and her guests, including Denielle Pemberton-Heard,the CEO of STEMconnector, briefly discussed the incident in Central Park in Manhattan last May in which a white woman named Amy Cooper walking her dog wound up calling the cops on a black man, Christian Cooper, who was birdwatching, an incident which was explained cogently by Robert George in the New York Daily News. George, who is black, assigned some blame to both sides in the incident. Michelle Obama, whose memoir “Becoming” was reported in November 2019 to have sold over 11.5 million copies, making it one of the best selling memoirs of all time, stated, “That incident in Central Park, which infuriated all of us, as we watched it, it was not unfamiliar. This is what the white community doesn’t understand about being a person of color in this nation, is that there...
    A young gorilla is caught in a clappy mood – entertaining visitors at a zoo. The great ape, named Ajabu, regularly put its hands together at Prague, Czech Republic. 5The young gorilla loves to entertain zoo visitors and his own familyCredit: Caters News Agency 5The great ape, Ajabu, is regularly seen clapping for crowdsCredit: Caters News Agency The photos were taken by fan Lucie Stepnikova, 33, who said she has been watching the zoo’s gorillas for 14 years. Ajabu, a male, is the youngest member. Lucie said: “Ajabu likes to clap and stamp. "It entertains not only visitors but also his own family." 5The snaps were taken by photographer Lucie StepnikovaCredit: Caters News Agency 5She has been watching the gorillas for 14 years in PragueCredit: Caters News Agency 5Lucie said: 'Ajabu likes to clap and stamp'Credit: Caters News Agency Most read in NewsBRACE FOR IMPACTEvacuations ordered as destructive Storm Isaias rips towards FloridaDECKHAND DEADDeadliest Catch star dies aged 38 and will have ashes scattered in seaTICKED OFFTikTok stars fume at Trump’s ban threat, but app says ‘we’re not going...
    President Donald Trump vouched for schools in the United States to re-open by saying kids “don’t catch” Covid-19 “easily” and “they won’t bring [the virus] home with them” in a press briefing Wednesday night. “Do you plan to do a national strategy to help schools re-open and re-open safely?” ABC News’ Jonathan Karl asked. “Regarding the children in your family, your son and grandchildren, do you plan to have them back in person in school?” “I am comfortable with that and we do have a national strategy,” Trump responded. “But as you know ultimately it’s up to the governors of the states. I think most governors, many governors want the schools to open. I would like to see the schools open especially when you see statistics like this — we have great statistics on young people and on safety. So we would like to see schools open. We want to see the economy open.” “Yeah, I would like to see the schools open, open 100 percent, and we will do it safely and carefully,” Trump continued after touting the...
    Protesters are seen marching during the Black Lives Matter demonstration on June 20, 2020 in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. mpi04/MediaPunch /IPX Body camera footage shows Fort Lauderdale police officers laughing after shooting at Black Lives Matter protesters with rubber bullets, the Miami Herald reported. Officers Zachary Baro and Jamie Chatman can be heard calling the protesters "f---ers," with one officer saying, "Did you see me f--- up those motherf---ers?" according to the Herald report. Former police officers condemned the officers' conduct, deeming it "inappropriate" and "unprofessional." "They shouldn't be laughing and joking about shooting and potentially hurting people," a former deputy chief of police told the Herald. "It reinforces the public's distrust of the police. It shouldn't be tolerated." Fort Lauderdale Police Chief Rick Maglione told the Herald in a statement that the Herald report only "shows less than three minutes of an eight-minute and 43-second long video." "Although the language is extreme and offensive to some, our officers were dealing with the chaos of a developing situation," Maglione continued. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Two Fort...
    NORTH TEXAS (CBSDFW.COM) – The start of summer in North Texas marks the start of snake season, and with the hot weather and recent rain, people are seeing more snakes than usual. Randall Kennedy, Owner of Dallas Fort Worth Wildlife Control, says these sightings create more fear amongst pedestrians. “A lot of people think ‘kill the snake’ and that’s usually when people get bit… when they’re attacking it,” Kennedy said. Rattlesnake removed from yard in West Fort Worth (CBS 11) Last year, Texas had an increase in the number of venomous snake bites reported. Experts at the Fort Worth Zoo told CBS 11 copperheads are often the culprit due to their sly nature. “They are very secretive animals. Typically those guys kind of just sit still and blend in with the leaves around them. They are hoping people don’t see them, and are trying to avoid predation or being stepped on,” Diane Barber, the Curator of Ectotherms said. The most common snakes found in North Texas are copperheads, rattlesnakes and water moccasins. They often hide in piles of leaves or...
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