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    Emirates Airlines airplanes at Dubai International Airport on February 1, 2021.Karim Sahib | AFP | Getty Images The air travel industry is "not quite out of the woods" — but the future could be brighter than the last 20 months, says Paul Griffiths, the chief executive of Dubai Airports. "We have room for optimism that the future, hopefully, is much brighter than the last 20 months," he told CNBC's Dan Murphy on Sunday at the Dubai Air Show, the first major international air show since the Covid pandemic began. The city's airports have seen 20.7 million passengers this year, a "far cry" from pre-pandemic levels, which may only be achieved in 2025, he said. But there are signs of recovery as the world relaxes restrictions and major international traffic flows start up again, he said. Traffic numbers at Dubai International grew 40% in the last six weeks, he added. Dubai Airports owns and manages Dubai International and Dubai World Central Airports in the United Arab Emirates. Dubai International alone served 86.4 million customers in 2019.Passenger forecastsBy the end of this...
    On Friday’s “PBS NewsHour,” New York Times columnist David Brooks argued that the reconciliation bill should push “money to people without college degrees who are in the working class,” but right now, he doesn’t see that being the approach to what gets taken out of and left in the package. Brooks said, “Some choices, I think, are quite unfortunate. They’ve put at risk the size of the child tax credit, which I think is the single best thing in the whole bill, which really does reduce childhood poverty to a great degree. Some choices they could wander into could be very good choices. They’ve lost the core of the climate change. But senators like Ron Wyden, Democrat from Oregon, is talking about a carbon tax, and that would solve a lot of things at once. It would help reduce carbon emissions, but also raise revenue to pay for this stuff. And so, I still think a lot is under negotiation. And what I’m looking for is, is there a theme to what they leave in and what they take out?...
    Adam Wainwright started the Cardinals’ Wild Card Game loss, but he’s not done working this postseason just yet. No stranger to pitching in the postseason, Adam Wainwright was the obvious choice to take the ball for the St. Louis Cardinals in the NL Wild Card Game against the Los Angeles Dodgers. He pitched well (one run on four hits over 5.1 innings), and perhaps was pulled too early, as the Cardinals lost on a walk-off home run to bring their season to an end. Wainwright had a fine 2021 regular season, with a 17-7 record, a 3.05 ERA, three complete games and solid peripherals (7.6 K/9, 2.2 BB/9, 3.66 FIP). He’s not quite done pitching, and the Cardinals have already signed him to a one-year deal that will guarantee him $17.5 million for next season. But Wainwright is not yet done working this postseason. Adam Wainwright joining coverage of Astros-White Sox ALDSOn Thursday night, FOX Sports announced Wainwright will join play-by-play man Adam Amin, analyst A.J. Pierzynski and reporter Tom Verducci for the rest of the ALDS between the Houston Astros...
    The knee-jerk reaction to Oregon's loss to Stanford was that the Pac-12's College Football Playoff hopes are gone. Not quite. The conference still has a shot to get a team into the playoff for the first time since 2017, but the road definitely got a lot tougher with Stanford's 31-24 overtime win over the Ducks on Saturday. CLICK HERE FOR MORE SPORTS COVERAGE ON FOXNEWS.COM "Our team has to make sure that times like this, when the noise surrounds your program, you got to make sure that you stick together and have each other’s back," Oregon coach Mario Cristobal said. "And go attack the processes that are going to put you back on track to be 1-0, to continue playing in a conference that has a lot of good football teams, a lot of good football players." The Pac-12 has been mostly an afterthought for the playoff in recent years due to perception, lack of performance on the field and its teams knocking each other off. The conference hasn't had a team reach the playoff since Washington in 2017 and...
    The knee-jerk reaction to Oregon’s loss to Stanford was that the Pac-12’s College Football Playoff hopes are gone. Not quite. The conference still has a shot to get a team into the playoff for the first time since 2017, but the road definitely got a lot tougher with Stanford’s 31-24 overtime win over the Ducks on Saturday. “Our team has to make sure that times like this, when the noise surrounds your program, you got to make sure that you stick together and have each other’s back,” Oregon coach Mario Cristobal said. “And go attack the processes that are going to put you back on track to be 1-0, to continue playing in a conference that has a lot of good football teams, a lot of good football players.” The Pac-12 has been mostly an afterthought for the playoff in recent years due to perception, lack of performance on the field and its teams knocking each other off. The conference hasn’t had a team reach the playoff since Washington in 2017 and hasn’t won a playoff game since...
    (CNN)After Britney Spears' father petitioned to end her 13-year conservatorship on Tuesday, her attorney declared victory and called it "vindication" for the singer. So, is her legal battle now over? Not quite.Here's what we know about how her case may unfold in coming weeks. Returning to courtThe next hearing in the case is scheduled for Sept. 29 at the Los Angeles Superior Court, where it's expected Judge Brenda Penny will take up Jamie Spears' request to terminate the conservatorship.Read MoreOther family members could object to ending the arrangement, but that seems unlikely as Lynne Spears, the singer's mother, stated in a court filing earlier this summer that Britney is "able to care for her person."Los Angeles conservatorship attorney Lisa MacCarley, who is not connected to Spears' case, told CNN in an interview Wednesday that barring a specific objection, Judge Penny will likely terminate the conservatorship. California probate law does not require a medical or psychological evaluation of a conservatee in order to do so, MacCarley said.Family disputeIn a statement to CNN on Tuesday, Mathew Rosengart, attorney for Britney Spears, called...
    TEEN Mom star Amber Portwood has admitted that she hasn't seen her daughter Leah, 12, in "quite some time". The 31-year-old is currently pursuing a degree in psychology in applied behavior analysis Purdue University from home. Amber Portwood revealed she hasn't seen her daughter Leah in 'quite some time' 4The reality TV star was left upset as she spoke about her strained relationship with Leah on last night's Teen Mom OG premiere But recently received backlash from Teen Mom fans for prioritizing her schooling over fixing her estranged relationship with her daughter with ex Gary Shirley. During Tuesday night's premiere of MTV's Teen Mom OG, Amber revealed she hadn't seen Leah or spoken to her in a while. The reality TV star told cameras: "Leah and I are still struggling with our relationship. My relationship with her has changed a lot. "I haven't seen her in quite some time." Later on in the episode, Amber admitted she was hurt by comments Leah made last season, in which the pre-teen claimed that her mother had "just birthed" her and then...
    CHORES are a great way for children to learn skills that will set them up for adult life. But if you’re looking at them as a way to tick off some of your to-do list, you’re probably making work harder for yourself in the long run. 4Sophie Giles had revealed what exact chores your children should be doing at each ageCredit: Supplied Sophie Giles, parenting and behavioural consultant and founder of the Gentle Start Family Consultancy, says: “What you really don’t want to do with chores, at any age (unless they’re deliberately messing them up), is to flag that it’s not done well enough.  “Because then you’re telling your child that they’re not good enough, which isn’t great for their self-esteem, but also they’re far less likely to want to carry on chores in the future if you’re very critical of them.  “Hence it’s really important not to give them a chore that desperately needs doing because that’s not terribly fair. “Anything really important, the adult should be doing themselves.” Involving children – particularly little ones – in household chores...
    NBC News correspondent Richard Engel reported live from Kabul Sunday as the Taliban advanced on the Afghan capital. Engel told Ali Velshi the evacuation of U.S. personnel is expected to take three days, but could be sooner given helicopters “going all day long” in Kabul. “The city has collapsed. There is no real security on the streets anymore. We’re starting to see signs of looting,” he said. “This city is bracing culturally and physically for a Taliban takeover. And security has really collapsed. It is a city that could be taken now.” Velshi remarked, “The surprise here is not that it’s the happening as much as how fast it is happening. Would you agree with that?” Engel said no: Everyone keeps saying that. I have been listening all day. ‘Oh my god, we’re shocked at how fast…’ I’m not shocked at all… I thought Kabul was going to fall right around now. That was just a gut instinct. I think lots of people that I spoke to believe that. Last time I was here I spoke to Afghan government officials,...
    DYERSVILLE, Iowa (AP) — Tim Anderson recently admitted he has never watched “Field of Dreams.” Well, he just submitted a pretty good script for a sequel. Anderson hit a two-run homer with one out in the ninth inning into the cornfield to end the Field of Dreams game in cinematic fashion, as the Chicago White Sox outslugged the New York Yankees 9-8 Thursday night in the first Major League Baseball game in Iowa. READ MORE: Is This Heaven?: 8,000 Converge On Iowa Cornfield As Yankees Take On White Sox In Field Of Dreams Game “The fans came to see a show, and we gave them a show,” Anderson said. Anderson, who had an earlier RBI double, hit the first pitch from Zack Britton (0-1) for his 13th homer of the season. Clearly having as much fun as anyone in attendance, Anderson danced his way around the bases after the showstopper of a hit and wiggled his hands near his neck as he headed for home and the celebratory dousing at the plate from his teammates. “Being able to walk it...
    08/12/2021 at 7:16 PM CEST The uproar that has been created after becoming official the signing of Leo Messi by PSG does not cease. The multitude of personalities from the world of football who have opined about the news continues to grow and in this case it has been Theo Walcott. The Southampton forward spoke to talkSport on Wednesday and gave his opinion on the historic event Messi’s team change. Also wanted to talk on the new season of Southampton which starts this weekend. Walcott admitted that he was disappointed why He would have liked to see Messi in one of the great teams in the Premier and not in the French League, however he is happy with the player’s choice. “I’m pretty sad that we can’t see him in the Premier League“He confessed.” I was lucky to be able to play against him on that famous team of his. I feel like for our generation his arrival in the Premier League would have been the icing on the cake“he continued. ...
    Actor Alan Cumming has defended blistering royal satire The Prince and insisted it is  'not as mean as people think'.  The 12-part animated series, created by Family Guy co-executive producer Gary Janetti, centers around a fictional version of Prince George as a child tyrant with expensive taste, a withering sense of humor and a dim view of his family. The show has sparked a backlash over its decision to mock George, eight, and his siblings Charlotte, five, and Louis, three, as well as its depiction of the late Duke of Edinburgh.   But Cumming, 56, who voices Owen, Prince George's butler, told the Daily Telegraph the programme is 'actually quite tender' and urged people to 'watch it' before judging.  Actor Alan Cumming has defended blistering royal satire The Prince and insisted it is 'not as mean as people think'. Cumming voices Owen, Prince George's butler (pictured) Cumming insisted the programme is 'actually quite tender' and urged people to 'watch it' rather than have a 'knee-jerk' reaction. Pictured, the actor in March 2020 Asked if the Royal Family would find it funny,...
    Sunday, on FNC’s “The Next Revolution,” Rep. Mariannette Miller-Meeks (R-IA) stressed the importance of investigating the origins of COVID-19, and in particular, China’s role. Miller-Meeks told host Steve Hilton that she believed “credible information” showed the origins were a laboratory leak and not naturally occurring. Partial transcript as follows: Well, as a committee, we have asked repeatedly for there to be an investigation into the origins of COVID-19, and even back in April at one of our committee meetings with Dr. Fauci and Dr. Walensky of the CDC, we asked this question again of the chair, and one of the other members had said that they were looking at doing an investigation through the Science and Technology Committee. As you know, we still have yet to have any notice that there will be an investigation. And so I think, rightfully, we used the powers of oversight that we have in Congress and we convened a hearing. Unfortunately, none of the Democrats attended that hearing. But the expert testimony from the witnesses was quite profound and quite significant. And I think as...
    Updated 07/25/2021 – 05:03 In a display of fierce competitive ability, Mireia Belmonte stayed 23 cents from the bronze medal. “If two months ago they told me that I was going to be fourth in the Olympic Games, I would not have believed it. You cannot do milgaros in two months,” pointed out the swimmer in the bowels of the Acquatic Center. The pain in the left shoulder, which has not allowed him to load a load excessive in the press, and the two inguinal hernias questioned the presence of Belmonte in Tokyo, resolved with a superlative ability to endure whatever they throw at her. “It was a very tough race because there was a lot of competition and although I was not in the best possible shape, I have fought it quite well. In the butterfly sector, although I have trained it a little, I knew that it was one of my strengths along with the crawl and I had to force whatever it took so that later on my back they would not get so much out...
    CONOR McGREGOR is not 'quite the same fighter' anymore, according to Dustin Poirier's coach, who also hit back at John Kavanagh. Poirier's head trainer Mike Brown has three times faced McGregor and opposing cornerman Kavanagh. 3Mike Brown with UFC lightweight Dustin PoirierCredit: Sportsfile 3Conor McGregor after defeat to Dustin PoirierCredit: Getty The first ended in defeat in 2014 but it was avenged seven years later by knockout when the pair rematched. It set up a trilogy bout at UFC 264, which finished in chaos as McGregor broke his tibia before the second round, with Poirier winning by doctor stoppage. Brown argued the Irishman both in and out of the cage is no longer the same threat he once was. He told MMA Fighting: “I’m not sure what it is but he did see much sharper with his tongue in the past. “Maybe he’s in a tough spot, I don’t know what it is but it also appears he has no lines anymore. "Where he used to have some lines, some are ethnical but more...
    Known as ‘vegetable cashmere’, soybean protein fiber (or SPF for short) is the textile every fashion sustainability enthusiast should know about. Super soft and naturally cream-colored, this sustainable fiber has yet to hit the mainstream market – but that doesn’t mean it doesn’t deserve a bit of spotlight!  History  It’s hard to tell who the originator of soy protein fiber is. Some insist Henry Ford invented SPF in 1937 and called it ‘soy wool’. There is even a photograph of him wearing an SPF suit or his 78th birthday. Others say Japanese scientists began looking into SPF in 1940. This also makes sense since the Japanese produced 450,000 kg of SPF before World War Two. Finally, Robert Boyer introduced SPF in 1940 and patented it in 1947. The ‘new’ SPF was invented in 1998 and is being used in different textile products today.  How Is It Made?  The new bioengineering technology is essential in making SPF. Here’s the simplified process of making SPF:  Protein is distilled and refined from soybean cake  The enzyme and auxiliary agent are added to change...
    A teenager whose family lives in a medieval castle in Italy has become a viral sensation with TikTok videos showing what life is really like, from a patchy Wifi connection to how cold it can be.    Ludovica Sannazzaro, 19, grew up in Castello Sannazzaro, a 12th-century castle near Monferrato in the Piedmont region of northern Italy.   The performing arts student, who studies in New York City, had to move back to Italy during the Covid lockdown where she started to create videos about living in the castle on her TikTok account, The Castle Diary. @thecastlediary And I never get my packages¿¿¿¿ ##castle ##italia ##foryou ¿ love - ¿¿ Ludovica Sannazzaro, 19, lives in her family's medieval castle in northern Italy and is documenting the realities of living in her fairytale house on TikTok The performing arts student, who studies in New York City, is showing the realities of castle living including all the problems such as patchy WiFi connection and missing the postman The castle also contains many pieces of vintage clothing from ballgowns to military uniforms and Ludovica often dresses up...
    Big Oils increasing number of climate lawsuits draws parallels to Big Tobacco 10 Best Cities for an Affordable Wedding Jennifer Garner Has One Hope for Ben Affleck Amid His Romance With Jennifer Lopez E! See more videos SHARE SHARE TWEET SHARE EMAIL What to watch next Watch the Saturday Night Live Cast Reflect on Making Comedy in a Pandemic E! So, Did Anyone on Too Hot to Handle Really Find Love? E! How Mindy Kaling Paved a Path For Herself—And Everyone Who Will Follow E! Why Hayley Hasselhoffs Passion for Fashion Inclusivity Is More Than What Meets the Eye E! Jessica Chastain Proves She’s “F—kin Sick” of the Bryce Dallas Howard Comparisons in Hilarious Video E! Britney Spears Speaks Out Against Father Jamie and Says He "Loved the Control" Over Her E! Travis Barker Sends Love to "Brother" and Blink-182 Bandmate Mark Hoppus After Cancer Diagnosis E! Mariah Carey, Justin Timberlake and More Stars React to Britney Spears Conservatorship Revelations E! ...
    It’s not lost on the general public that Lori Loughlin’s recent luxury vacation to Mexico reeks of privilege, but media reports have also depicted her vacation in ways that are different from the “family” trip purpose she and the U.S probation office presented to the court. If nothing else, this difference adds to the sense that the former TV actress and her husband, Mossimo Giannulli, are having a relatively easy time when it comes to returning to their opulent lives after stints in prison for their roles in the college admissions scandal. Most people recently released from prison don’t have the money to travel anywhere, usually because their incarceration has left them impoverished and struggling to find work with a felony conviction on their records. These regular ex-prisoners also may find strong resistance from their probation officers if they’re in the first year of supervised released and seek permission to travel to another part of the state, much less outside the country, advocates for federal prisoners say. In the case of Loughlin and Giannulli, they got to travel to Mexico...
    Driver accused of hitting at least 8 cyclists during Arizona road race Florida driver arrested for vandalizing LGBTQ crosswalk during pro-Trump rally: police © Provided by People Carly Waddell Instagram Carly Waddell is giving her fans an update on her health after her emergency hospital visit earlier this week. The 35-year-old Bachelor in Paradise alum shared a brief message on social media Friday alongside a photograph of herself on a stretcher as she was rushed to the hospital on Monday. "Hi everyone. Thanks so much for your prayers," she wrote on her Instagram Story. "This was me Monday morning being rushed to the hospital from the airport." "It's a long story I'll share really soon. I just got my phone back from losing it on an airplane in the midst of a medical emergency," she continued. "Still not quite sure what is/was wrong. I'll update you in the next few days. I'm just exhausted. ????." RELATED: BiP Alum Evan Bass Says Ex Carly Waddell Is in 'Rough Shape' After Emergency Hospital Visit © Provided by People Carly Waddell Instagram Waddell's ex...
    SAN FRANCISCO (KPIX) — The unofficial soundtrack of San Francisco is back — not Karl the Fog whistling through the Golden Gate Bridge but happy voices spilling out of crowded restaurants onto the sidewalk. On the first Friday of reopening, restaurants were back to full capacity, not just in street-side parklets but in the inviting interiors San Francisco dining is all about. READ MORE: California Dodges Outages During Heat Wave But EV Owners Push Grid Capacity “It’s been a journey into the interior and now we’re returning to normal, thank God,” said Dan Joranstead. On Fillmore Street, an indoor table was hard to find. READ MORE: Willow Fire Grows To 1,800 Acres Near Big Sur, Evacuations Ordered “I’m feeling alive. It feels great. I brought my mask in my purse but it’s good to not have to have it on and just feels like life is coming back and it’s gonna be a hot, hot summer,” said Jasmine Way. At Momo’s, across from Oracle Park, patio seating was at a premium prior to the Giants game. Fans were itching to...
    Asbury Park's popular eatery Moonstruck Restaurant & Cocktail Lounge has reopened at limited capacity. "It will not quite be a Full Moon at first, but rather a Waxing Gibbous," the multi-level Lake Avenue restaurant said on Facebook. Citing staffing difficulties, Moonstruck has reopened its first two floors with a modified menu (including some of its most popular items). Seating will be on a walk-in basis. The lounge is open for cocktails and appetizers while dinner will be held upstairs. Bottled cocktails to-go are still being offered.Posted by Moonstruck Restaurant & Cocktail Lounge on Saturday, September 19, 2020Posted by Moonstruck Restaurant & Cocktail Lounge on Wednesday, August 26, 2020Moonstruck opened its current location overlooking Wesley Lake in 2002, having relocated from Ocean Grove. That location had been open since 1995. Moonstruck, 517 Lake Ave., Asbury Park
    Screenshot via CNN. The attorney for Derek Chauvin filed pleadings arguing that his client should receive an extraordinarily light sentence for the killing of George Floyd, a request that CNN legal analyst Joey Jackson viewed as implausible and offensive. Eric Nelson, the attorney for the convicted murderer, wants Chauvin to be sentenced to only time served — meaning he would be released later this month — to serve the remainder of his sentence under “stringent” terms of probation, arguing that Chauvin was the “product of a ‘broken’ system” and could still remain an “an asset to the community.” Prosecutors are asking that Chauvin serve 30 years. Judge Peter Cahill has already ruled that Chauvin was eligible for a “upward sentencing departure,” meaning that his conduct included aggravating factors such as abusing his position of trust as a police officer and committing the crime in the presence of a child witness, and therefore qualified for a longer than standard sentence. CNN legal analyst @JoeyJacksonEsq scoffs at the pleading filed by the attorney for Derek Chauvin for a light sentence, calling it not...
    What is plant-based? What does vegan mean? Where does one start going plant-based and how? Sometimes changing to a plant-based diet seems impossible or too hard. Sometimes it seems like you need all these crazy, weird things to make it work. Vegans avoid eating animal products and by-products. This includes meat, cheese, eggs, and fish. Vegans also avoid animal by-products in their lifestyle, as well, including leather, fur, silk, and wool. Plant-based has a bigger focus on diet. This means focusing your diet to include a variety of fruits, vegetables, nuts, seeds, and healthy fats. This also may include avoiding highly processed foods and oils. If you’ve never thought of eating more whole foods, going plant-based or vegan, this is the meal plan for you. If you’re looking for a realistic way to follow this meal plan through the week to include leftovers, and you’re cooking for one, pick a few of these meals (a few breakfasts, two lunches and two dinners, and two desserts) to make this week. You’ll probably have enough for leftovers. If not, feel free...
    More On: new york mets The shadow hanging over Hawks’ bid to take down Knicks Ex-Yankees manager’s lie about superstar is nonsensical Mets may get key bat back very soon Familiar names solidifying Mets bullpen If nothing else, Francisco Lindor’s first 43 games in a Mets uniform have offered an expedited education on his new fan base. “I think they’re booing because of the results,” Lindor said Saturday. “I don’t think it’s that they don’t like me. I think it’s because of the results, because when I come down to the dugout and I have a baseball in my hands, they all go crazy. It’s the same person that’s booing me. “I’m starting to understand this.” In the meantime, Lindor is trying to work even quicker to get his swing back on a consistent basis. Lindor entered Memorial Day weekend — which often serves as a key mile-marker for the season with enough of a sample size to begin to make judgments — still searching for his groove. He showed hints of finding it from May 6-12, when he...
    Since vaccines against the coronavirus first became available last fall, mass vaccinations have been held up as the one and only way to get consumers to bring back the consumer economy. But early financial data shows vaccinated Americans are not spending money at pre-pandemic levels. Instead, the consumers who've spent the most money this year are those who haven't been vaccinated, and don't plan to be, according to spending data from Cardify.ai, a rewards platform that tracks consumers' credit-card spending. The company last month asked its roughly 1 million members about their vaccine status, and then mapped the answers of the 1,600 who responded to their spending on entertainment, dining out and personal services (a category that includes salons and barbershops).   While spending is rebounding across all categories of consumers, it's rising most among people who aren't vaccinated. In March, the unvaccinated crowd spent 60% more on personal care than they did in January 2020, while vaccinated consumers spent 30% more during that same time. Those who said they were "not yet" vaccinated, indicating they planned to...
    Kristin Magaldi/Insider If you buy through our links, we may earn money from affiliate partners. Learn more. Everlane's newly expanded shorts line for the summer now includes four new styles of denim. The Relaxed '90s Short has a similar fit to the brand's Super-Soft Relaxed Jean. Sizing can be tricky, but they're a great option if you're looking for comfortable cut-offs. Everlane The Relaxed '90s Short The Relaxed '90s Short is made from 100% non-stretch organic cotton and has a similar fit to the Super-Soft Relaxed Jean. $50.00 from Everlane While Everlane is best known for making a host of well-crafted basics from sustainable materials, the brand's denim stands on its own. Offering a variety of fits that go far beyond your classic skinny or straight-leg jeans, Everlane's 100% organic cotton denim is the coveted combination of both durability and comfort.  For a time, Everlane's denim shorts collection was limited to the original Denim Short, but they've recently increased their inventory with four new cuts. One of the cheapest, and most stylish, options...
    (CNN)Following his dramatic TV turn in "Fargo," Chris Rock expands his portfolio again with "Spiral: From the Book of Saw," an extension on the eight-movie-old "Saw" franchise. But this attempt to stitch together the horror staple and a "Seven"-like detective thriller flatly misfires, yielding a not-sequel that finally feels like putting lipstick on a pig mask.Samuel L. Jackson also lends his name to the effort, in a smallish role as Rock's father, a former top cop in a police department that's generically known as Metro PD.Dad has retired, but his son Zeke remains on the force, despite having been treated as a pariah for having reported a corrupt colleague, a wrinkle that brings to mind the old Chuck Norris movie "Code of Silence."The film opens with a positively gruesome sequence, during which what's described as a Jigsaw copycat captures a police officer, putting him through the customary "Saw" choice between enduring something horrible and dying. The killing strikes close to home for Zeke, who soon enters into a cat-and-mouse game with a psychopath preying on cops, who, as is so...
    WHILE gyms were closed in lockdown, diehard fans of spinning had used to working out at home - and if you had a few thousand pounds burning a hole in your pocket, that meant buying a Peloton. Well if you've also impulse bought an exercise bike over the past year, consider this a public service announcement to keep it far, FAR away from the window. 1The mum was mortified when she realised what her shadow really looked like to her neighboursCredit: Natashachristinas /Tiktok Earlier this week, mum Natasha Christinas was left mortified when her friend showed her a video of what her spinning sessions looked like to her neighbours. Sharing the clip on TikTok, the mum's shadow - which is seen bouncing round on the bike - is clearly visible in the window. But while we're aware that she's working hard on the Peloton, people in the comments joked that it looked like she was "riding" something else. Natasha captioned the clip: "My girlfriend took a video from outside my house of me riding my Peloton bike..." I was...
    Dr Anthony Fauci today claimed the US may never need to use AstraZeneca's Covid vaccine. America's top infectious disease expert said his country has already bought enough alternative jabs to inoculate all 330million people in the US.  He said this was not a 'negative indictment' of the Oxford University-developed jab, adding that it was 'really quite good'. But Dr Fauci told BBC Radio 4: 'It looks right now, at this point in time, that we will not need it.' Officials across the Atlantic have already given at least one dose of either the Pfizer, Moderna or single-dose Johnson and Johnson jab to 120million people and have fully vaccinated 73million.  The abundance of American vaccines has meant Washington will likely not need to rely on foreign jabs this year, but Dr Fauci has not ruled out turning to AstraZeneca if there are future Covid outbreaks. Dr Fauci — who has previously been critical of AstraZeneca's trial data and the British regulator for 'rushing' vaccines through approval — tried to quell the growing lack of confidence in the vaccine due to its link to extremely...
    FRANK LAMPARD revealed he has received some 'flattering' offers to return to management - but 'they were not quite right' for the Blues legend. Lampard returned to Stamford Bridge in the summer of 2019 and in his first season secured the club and top four finish and a place in the FA Cup final. 5Frank Lampard revealed he has received some 'flattering' offers to return to management 5Blues legend Frank Lampard was sacked after 18 monthsCredit: Getty But 18 months later and he was forced to clear out his locker as Chelsea's form suffered, leading to his firing. Lampard, who was replaced by German Thomas Tuchel, has now spoken out for the first time since being sacked by Blues owner Roman Abramovich. Speaking at a Q&A hosted by the London Football Awards in aid of the Willow Foundation, he said: "Football has consumed my life firstly as a player and then as a manager.  "Nobody wants to lose their job. But when you go into this career, it can happen, no matter how good you think you...
    CORONATION Street’s Melanie Hill has revealed she's signed a new contract and is NOT quitting the soap. The 59-year-old actress plays Cathy Matthews in the ITV soap, with her character having a difficult time lately. Visit our Coronation Street page for the latest gossip Find all Coronation Street spoilers here 5Melanie Hill has revealed she has signed a new contract with Coronation StreetCredit: Rex Cathy is caught in a trolling nightmare after she posted a comment online about Steve McDonald's fundraising after a row with his partner Tracy Barlow. Things have spiraled with her neighbours since, and during an appearance on today's Lorraine, Melanie said things will "turn really nasty" for Cathy. Speaking via video link, she told guest host Cat Deeley: "It’s a bit of a disaster for poor Cathy, she never meant to cause this much of a furore. "It’s one of those things of basically don’t drink and tweet. We’ve all been there. 5Melanie plays Cathy Matthews in the ITV soap 5Cathy is having a tough time after trolling Steve McDonaldCredit: ITV...
    As the Washington Nationals, and their opponents, the Atlanta Braves, lined up for pregame introductions Tuesday, they stood near "OPENING WEEK" stencils in white paint beside the green-as-can-be grass along the baselines. Who could have known it would take nearly a full week into the 2021 regular season before the coronavirus-hit Nationals would play? CLICK HERE FOR MORE SPORTS COVERAGE ON FOXNEWS.COM And who could have imagined that the stadium announcer's enthusiastic shout to spectators — yes, 5,000 were permitted, socially distanced, after being banned last season — presenting "Your 2021 Washington Nationals!" would be rather misleading, because more than a third of what was supposed to be the 26-man roster was absent? The Nationals finally got started five days later than they were supposed to, delayed because of an outbreak in which four players tested positive for COVID-19 and seven others were told to quarantine after contact tracing deemed they potentially were exposed to the illness. "Obviously they want to be here and they want to be with the team. That’s a struggle for them," manager Dave Martinez said. "But...
    Dr. Anthony Fauci said Tuesday morning on MSNBC’s Morning Joe that he’s “not really sure” why coronavirus cases and hospitalizations have continued to fall in Texas despite the state lifting all restrictions nearly a month ago but said it could be because “people are doing things outdoors.” Host Joe Scarborough said the bars and restaurants look like they did pre-pandemic since Republican Texas Gov. Greg Abbott’s announcement on March 2 that the state could open up again. He also noted that cases and hospitalizations have continued to decline. “It can be confusing, because you may see a lag and a delay because often, you have to wait a few weeks before you see the effect of what you’re doing right now,” Fauci replied. “There are a lot of things that go into that, I mean when you say that they’ve had a lot of activity on the outside like ball games – I’m not really quite sure. It could be they’re doing things outdoors.” (RELATED: It’s Been Three Weeks, Where Are The COVID-19 Surges?) WATCH: Dr. Fauci on Texas Covid...
    Dr. Anthony Fauci said the reason Covid-19 cases in Texas were declining even after the state lifted restrictions might be “confusing.” “There was a lot of concern last month when Texas effectively opened up, dropped all of those restrictions and said, it’s back to life and if you go to Texas, as you know, it looks like 2019,” Willie Geist noted in a Tuesday interview with Fauci on MSNBC’s Morning Joe. “The restaurants and bars are full and open. The ballparks are full. And yet, we’ve seen cases and hospitalizations since then continue to tick downward. So what do you make of that, as all of us look around and try to consider how safe it is to get back to normal life?” “Yeah, you know, it can be confusing,” Fauci replied. “Because you may see a lag and a delay, because often, you have to wait a few weeks before you see the effect of what you’re doing right now. “There are a lot of things that go into that,” he added. “When you say that they’ve had a lot of the activity … outside, like ball games, I’m not really quite sure. It could be they’re...
    More On: mike pompeo Pompeo rejected US effort to declare ‘genocide’ in Myanmar on eve of coup: officials Pompeo says rejoining Iran deal would put region in jeopardy Pompeo slams Biden administration for ‘reckless’ release of Khashoggi report Pompeo slams White House over desire to restart Iran nuclear talks Former Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said his “regret” is that the Trump administration couldn’t get North Korean leader Kim Jong Un to get rid of the country’s nuclear weapons.  “I regret that we didn’t make more progress,” Pompeo​ said, according to the Hill, citing his comments to a conservative podcast released Thursday. “We convinced him not to do more nuclear testing and more long-range missile testing, but we weren’t able to get him to give up his nuclear program​,” he said. Pompeo, a former congressman from Kansas and possible 2024 presidential hopeful, ​discussed his April 2018 meeting with Kim when he was the director of the CIA.​ Photos showed the two shaking hands amid reports that the meeting amounted to a major break in US policy.​​ He said he made the...
    Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Secretary Alejandro MayorkasAlejandro MayorkasNumber of migrant children in US custody passed 15,000: report Sunday shows preview: Biden administration grapples with border surge; US mourns Atlanta shooting victims Mexico launches measures to limit border crossings from Guatemala MORE on Sunday urged migrants not to travel to the United States, as the Biden administration struggles with a surge of incomers, especially unaccompanied minors, at the southern border. “The message is quite clear, do not come. The border is closed, the border is secure,” Mayorkas told host Martha Raddatz on ABC’s “This Week.” “We are encouraging children not to come. Now is not the time to come. Do not come, the journey is dangerous. We are building safe, orderly and humane ways to address the needs of vulnerable children. Do not come,” Mayorkas added. "The message is quite clear: do not come."As the border sees a surge in migrants seeking asylum, @MarthaRaddatz presses DHS Sec. Alejandro Mayorkas on the administration's messaging on immigration. https://t.co/bDt05PIrO4 pic.twitter.com/frfqm68FLM— This Week (@ThisWeekABC) March 21, 2021 On Saturday, the U.S. government was...
    Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) admitted Wednesday there is a crisis at the southwest border, but exonerated President Joe Biden from any and all blame due to his short tenure of office. “The president has been in office not quite two months,” Pelosi said during an appearance on MSNBC’s “Morning Joe.” “They are addressing it and it will improve,” she said confidently, without offering any evidence to support her claim. She continued  “we are all impatient” when it comes to unaccompanied children at the border. “As far as the children are concerned, you can imagine me as a mother of five every minute that a parent is separated from a child to me is a crisis,” Pelosi said. “So we want this to move along expeditiously.” As Breitbart News reported, the crisis at the southern border has been growing for weeks and is now attracting attention on a broader scale as more and more children are arriving on their own. Migrant children arriving at the border from Guatemala, Honduras, and El Salvador have a 95 percent chance of remaining in the U.S....
    Daniella Chávez almost escaped! Her blouse could not with her charm | INSTAGRAM The beautiful Chilean influencer and model, Daniella Chávez, has not stopped showing off to the fullest in different elegant swimsuits and even shedding them, however, today I decided to use a black dress that he could hardly with his great charms. That’s right, this is the last post in your Official instagram in which we could see that she was wearing a dress that was quite open from the front, so she could barely contain her great beauty, which by the way she used to attend an elegant event. In the video we can see that Daniella was in her car and while she was parked she took the opportunity to take out her cell phone and record the attractive clip, with which I delight the pupils of all those on the internet who came to see it. You may also be interested: Leave her outfit behind, Daniella Chávez al natural in the pool Of course, the likes began to rain non-stop as well as the...
    MANCHESTER UNITED legend Lee Sharpe has revealed he is 'still not quite sure' about Bruno Fernandes. The 26-year-old Portuguese midfielder has netted 34 times in 62 games since joining in January 2020. 3Fernandes' form has dipped significantly in recent weeks as Man Utd's title tilt slips awayCredit: Andy Hooper-The Daily Mail Yet despite his talismanic performances for the Red Devils over the past 12 months, Sharpe - who won three Premier League titles with United - is still not sold on Fernandes' contribution to the team. He told Ladbrokes: "Over the last few months I'm not really sure you could say Bruno Fernandes has performed in the big games. "I know everyone is raving about him and I'll probably get slagged off for it but I'm still not quite sure about Bruno. He did come in and set the world alight but since then - apart from penalties - he's not really done anything. "For me, he seems to give the ball away far too cheaply and he's not getting as involved as I'd like. Whether it's down to...
    Before the start of the season, Steve Kerr and Andre Iguodala played a round of golf in the Bay Area and chatted about the Warriors, Iguodala’s new team the Miami Heat and whatever else naturally comes up on a good walk ruined. Between tee-shots, they may have discussed Andrew Wiggins who, in some ways, has assumed Iguodala’s role as Golden State’s premier wing defender. As the Warriors set to play the Heat Wednesday night at Chase Center, Wiggins has emerged as one of the NBA’s best on-ball defenders this season and is helping the Warriors play elite defense for the first time since they traded Iguodala in 2019. With Wiggins guarding the opponent’s top perimeter scorer most nights, the Warriors rank fifth in the league allowing 109 points per 100 possessions. This marks a huge improvement from last season’s fifth-worst defensive rating as Golden State rebuilt in the wake of losing Kevin Durant (Brooklyn), Klay Thompson (ACL tear), Shaun Livingston (retired) and Iguodala (traded to Memphis). Related Articles Mailbag: How happy are the Warriors with...
    Critics of President Joe Biden claimed he justified China’s ongoing genocide against Uighur Muslims during his CNN town hall Tuesday night, but that characterization is misleading. CNN Host Anderson Cooper pressed Biden on the oppression of Uighurs in China’s Xinjiang region, prompting Biden to say he discussed the issue with Chinese Leader Xi Jinping. While Biden did reference “different cultural norms” in his the answer, he confirmed that China will face “repercussions” for its actions and his administration’s official stance is that the Chinese government is carrying out a genocide against the Uighur population. (RELATED: Biden To Sign Order Protecting US Manufacturing As Carrier Strike Group Enters South China Sea) Some conservative pundits on Twitter implied Biden’s answer justified the genocide as simply an issue of differing “norms,” but Biden was instead explaining Xi’s position on the genocide. Joe Biden on China’s human rights violations and genocide against the Uighurs: “culturally there are different norms” Shameful. pic.twitter.com/kTtXvTIsK6 — Steve Guest (@SteveGuest) February 17, 2021 “We must speak up for human rights. It’s who we are,” Biden began, before discussing...
    Associated Press DUESSELDORF, Germany — A few Carnival floats poking fun at the likes of Russian President Vladimir Putin, former U.S. President Donald Trump, German politicians and the fight against coronavirus made their way Monday through the largely empty streets of Duesseldorf, which would usually be the site of raucous celebrations. Parades, street festivals and other large gatherings have all been cancelled this year. But organizers in Duesseldorf, one of the German Rhineland’s main Carnival strongholds, didn’t want to let Rose Monday in 2021 go completely without the traditional caricatures of current events. They sent eight floats through the city — separately, rather than in a parade, and on routes that were kept secret in advance to prevent crowds from gathering. “It’s a small signal that we’re alive,” float builder Jacques Tilly told the German news agency dpa. This year’s offerings included a depiction of Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny kicking a much larger Putin, both dressed in judo outfits, and a caricature of Trump on a spit over a fire marked with the words “Make America Great Again!”...
    AS the hosts of I’m A Celebrity . . . Get Me Out of Here! I would have thought Ant and Dec would be bending over backwards to sign up talent for the show. But one of the standout stars of the most recent ITV series — Vernon Kay — says the Geordie duo did the exact opposite. 9Vernon Kay says I’m A Celeb hosts Ant and Dec put him off doing the show for 10 yearsCredit: Rex Features Asked if he had any idea how hard the show would be, he revealed: “I knew because I’m quite good friends with Ant and Dec. “We play golf on a regular basis. In previous years they’ve said, ‘Oh, it’s horrific, you don’t want to do what they’re doing’.” I’m told Vernon was all but signed up for the 2019 edition of the show, but dropped out at the last minute, leaving bookers with a slight headache over who would replace him. But in between that wobble and coming third in 2020, he clearly had a change of heart. 9Vernon finished third in the 2020 series...
    Chris Wallace confronted Senator Rand Paul on Fox News Sunday over his opposition to holding the impeachment trial for Donald Trump in the first place. Paul and others have defended the former president by pointing to rhetoric from Democrats, including remarks from Congresswoman Maxine Waters in 2018 about getting in the faces of Trump White House officials. Wallace showed Paul comments of Trump’s January 6th speech before the riots and said, “Senator, you talk about other people who have said things, but you know, here there had been weeks of misrepresentations about the election. Then he called people to come to Washington. Then he talks about fighting like hell. People in the crowd are talking about going to the Capitol and then they demand to find Speaker Pelosi and to hang Mike Pence, the vice president of the United States. Is that not incitement for insurrection?” Paul said he opposed overturning the election, while adding that he expects the Trump team to show the video of Waters and what some other Democrats have said. “People are going to have to...
    Coronavirus vaccination sites across the Northeast ramped back up Tuesday after a two-day snowstorm that also shut down public transport, closed schools and stranded travelers with canceled flights. Some officials said that since vaccine supplies were thin to begin with, they didn’t anticipate having big problems getting caught up on distribution after a day or two of cancelled appointments. In New Jersey, travelers at Newark Liberty International Airport on Tuesday described being forced to endure widespread disruptions. Keno Walter-White said he got stranded at the airport after his flight was canceled and bus and tram services were suspended.
    Loading the player... People of the northeastern U.S. shoveled themselves out Tuesday after a two-day snowstorm that shut down public transport, canceled flights and closed coronavirus vaccination sites. Some bands of snow were still moving through parts of Maine and Pennsylvania in the morning, but the worst was over, with more than 30 inches (76 centimeters) in parts of New Jersey and just a few inches in Boston. Read More: Major storm hits Northeast, more than foot of snow forecast Lara Pagano, a meteorologist with the National Weather Service office in College Park, Maryland, noted that while several areas in the mid-Atlantic saw measurable snowfall for a few consecutive days, that hasn’t shattered such records. For example, she said the most consecutive days with measured snowfall for Washington is four, while the mark is five for New York City and six for Philadelphia. “While this storm has been a prolonged event, it’s not a record-setter in that sense, but it does rank up there pretty high of course,” she said. The sprawling, lumbering storm had already walloped the eastern United States...
    A tiny Cornish seaside village is to host world leaders in the first in-person meeting of the G7 in almost two years in June. For Boris Johnson's first major summit in the UK, he has picked Carbis Bay in Britain's most southerly county for the gathering, where he hopes to unite leaders on a message of 'building back better from coronavirus'. The resort village has a population of just over 3,000, and is served by a Tesco supermarket and a 'popular' fish and chip shop. It is one of the smallest locations ever to host the G7, and in summer is often overlooked by tourists driving through on their way to nearby St Ives. Sights such as Air Force One, The Beast and mile-long motorcades are expected for the people of Camborne and Redruth as the US President's entourage pulls into town from Newquay Airport, whose boss said they are 'delighted' to be taking part in logistics. The choice could however prove a logistical nightmare, with Cornwall seeing its population increase by up to 100,000 people in June, with the A30 main...
    If you ask Pittsburgh Steelers rookie wideout Chase Claypool, the Browns were classless with how they handled their upset win in the Wild Card Round.  There’s really no love lost between Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Chase Claypool and the Cleveland Browns. Tensions between the two sides have run high ever since last weekend when the Browns went to Heinz Field and upset the Steelers. Shortly after the loss, Claypool took quite a bit of heat after he said that Cleveland is about to get rocked by the Kansas City Chiefs in the Divisional Round. What made him so upset? Well, it looks like Cleveland got under Claypool’s skin for being a bit immature and not celebrating their victory in Pittsburgh with class. ???? “If the Browns had won with more class, then I wouldn’t have been so salty.”@ChaseClaypool explains all the back and forth from the past week. pic.twitter.com/AN3Mvib7M0 — DAZN Canada (@DAZN_CA) January 13, 2021 Chase Claypool has called out Browns players for not winning with class“I think if the Browns had won with more class, then I wouldn’t...
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