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    Gabby Petito's mother, Long Island resident Nichole Schmidt, said in a new interview that the family did not see "red flags" in Petito's relationship with Brian Laundrie prior to her disappearance. In an interview with Dr. Oz, Petito's parents and stepparents discussed the grief they have experienced since her disappearance and death and their hope to shine a light on issues such as domestic violence. "I don't know why Gabby didn't open up to me about certain things," Nichole Schmidt said in the interview. "We just didn't see any red flags." The family's lawyer said they didn't want to discuss specific details about Laundrie during the interview, as the FBI still hasn't released findings about Petito's case.  Petito, age 22, went missing in late August during a road trip across the country with Laundrie, age 23. Laundrie returned to his parents' Florida home on Wednesday, Sept. 1 without Petito, and refused to cooperate with authorities after Petito was reported missing by her mother on Saturday, Sept. 11. He was named a person of interest in her homicide. Laundrie was reported missing...
    GABBY Petito's family sat down with Dr. Oz and opened up about they didn't see any "red flags" in Gabby's relationship with Brian Laundrie. Dr. Oz asked Gabby's parents and step-parents about how the aftermath of the case, when authorities found Gabby's remains, and if they had any idea of any possible abuse between the vlogger and her fiancé. 4Gabby's mother, Nichole Schmidt, sat down with the rest of her family to discuss the case with Dr. OzCredit: Dr. Oz 4Gabby allegedly didn't speak about any possible abuse in her relationship with Brian LaundrieCredit: DEPOP / Gabby Petito RED FLAGS "I don't know why Gabby didn't open up to me about certain things," said Gabby's mother, Nichole Schmidt about her daughter's relationship. "We just didn't see any red flags." The exclusive interview touches on how Laundrie, who was never named a suspect in Gabby's murder, was able to "hide" his true self. Gabby's father, Joe Petito, likens Laundrie's behavior to that of a typical domestic abuser. "The way that the abuser works is to shame the victim," he said....
    Carlos Watson records a TV debate for Take On America With OZY at The Bently Reserve on October 29, 2018 in San Francisco, California.Kimberly White | Getty Images Several former employees of Ozy Media say there is no evidence that the millions of dollars the company received through a federal Covid relief program to protect paychecks ever went to save jobs or boost pay. Ozy, which has come under scrutiny after numerous reports detailing questionable business tactics, applied for two loans through a program called the Paycheck Protection Program, or PPP, according to the Small Business Administration's website. Ozy's first loan, for $3.75 million, was approved in April 2020, a month after the U.S. government passed a $2 trillion coronavirus relief bill. The company was approved for another $2 million in February 2021. It is unclear how Ozy used the PPP funds. Ozy Media's CEO and co-founder, Carlos Watson, did not return multiple emails with specific questions about how the company used the money or who decided how the money would be used. Nor did he answer a question about...
    On Thursday’s broadcast of CNN’s “Situation Room,” Congressional Progressive Caucus Chair Pramila Jayapal (D-WA) said she’s pleased that President Joe Biden has “moved,” on the filibuster, and that Biden “also didn’t close the door to something more, and I thought that was significant as well.” Jayapal said, “Well, he’s moved, and we’re happy to see that. You know, the Progressive Caucus, and I’m leading a letter right now with moderates and progressives around reforming or eliminating the filibuster. Because it’s very clear to us that it is a relic and that it is going to block any progress on anything that we committed to voters that we would deliver. He has been moving. If you might remember, just a month or two ago, he said he didn’t believe in any filibuster reform. Today, he’s saying he believes in reforming a talking filibuster. But he also didn’t close the door to something more, and I thought that was significant as well. It’s going to take a little bit of time, I think, just from a practical perspective, to get to the...
    Originally Published by: New York Times faces liberal backlash over report fixating on Bidens elitist Rolex watch Bill Maher: Now that Trump is gone, We cant blame everything on him Katie Couric Jeopardy! gig in peril? Producers fear shes too polarizing after anti-GOP comments: report Dr. Anthony Fauci appeared very gitty during his debut appearance on “The Rachel Maddow Show” on Friday night and suggested the Trump administration previously “blocked” him from coming on the MSNBC program.  “I’ve been wanting to come on your show for months and months,” Fauci confessed to the liberal star. “You’ve been asking me to come on your show for months and months and it’s just gotten blocked! I mean, let’s call it what it is! It just got blocked because they didn’t like the way you handle things and they didn’t want me on.” “I mean, it was so clear when [they] sent it down, ‘Why would you want to go on Rachel Maddow’s show?’ Well, because I like her and she’s really good. ‘It doesn’t make any difference....
    Sam Darnold was limited in practice again Friday due to his sore right shoulder, and the Jets’ starting quarterback still wasn’t ready to commit to playing Monday night against the Patriots. “We’ll see. Again, I think just right now taking it day by day is the best thing to do,” Darnold said after practice in Florham Park. Adam Gase said Darnold’s availability will hinge mostly on “how he feels when he’s throwing it” in practice. The third-year QB, because of a sprained AC joint in the shoulder, was replaced by veteran backup Joe Flacco for two games last month. “Last time we were kind of in this phase, all the throws looked fine. He had plenty of zip on the ball, and he didn’t have any issues as far as losing any velocity on balls,” Gase said. “It’s just going to be about how he’s feeling when he’s throwing.” Defensive lineman Quinnen Williams did not practice for a second straight day due to a hamstring issue. “I know he’s trying to play through this and trying to find...
    A DAD has shared a brutally honest post admitting he doesn’t like his son, and he didn’t even miss him after not seeing him for six months over lockdown.  The parent made the shocking confession in an anonymous post, as he said if his family ever discovered he felt this was they’d ‘disown’ him.  6A dad has confessed he couldn't care less if he doesn't see his son, and didn't miss him after not seeing him for six monthsCredit: Getty Images - Getty The dad claimed he didn’t feel bonded to his son when he was born, but he thought he’d grow closer to him as he got older.  But as he grew up, started to talk and they began doing activities together, the connection between father and son never materialised.  His lack of a meaningful relationship with son his became apparent over lockdown, after he 'didn't care' they didn't see each other six months. The dad shared his dilemma on Medium, explaining he didn't know why he hadn't warmed to the lad, as he was "smart, well-spoken, terrific", and...
    Democrat strategist James Carville said Tuesday on MSNBC’s “The 11th Hour,” that President Donald Trump agreed to do tonight’s ABC News town hall because he’s “desperate” and knows he’s going to lose.” Carville said, “I would get Michael Bloomberg to put up $500 million and run the actual town hall on television so everybody could see it. I mean, his inability to react or empathize with people is something staggering, and everybody’s trying to wonder why did he do this. He’s desperate because he knows he’s going to lose, and when he loses quite frankly, in my opinion, he’s going to jail, and he knows that. So why would he expose himself to a format that is completely ill-suited to him? “I mean it was quite remarkable and, you know, having worked with Bill Clinton is probably the best one-on-one politician that ever lived, to watch him the way that he reacts with people is just stunning, and as dismissive as he is with ordinary people, it’s really stunning maybe the 42% that are with him will stay, but, boy, he didn’t...
    If appears to be like may kill! Megan Fox is an unmistakable Hollywood magnificence who has in the end gained over followers together with her charismatic onscreen presence and blunt character. Fox appeared on the sitcom Hope & Religion and within the movie Confessions of a Teenage Drama Queen earlier than touchdown her breakout position in 2007’s Transformers movie. From there, she appeared within the second Transformers installment and starred within the cult basic Jennifer’s Body. Fox shares sons Noah, Bodhi and Journey together with her estranged husband, Brian Austin Inexperienced. After the beginning of her eldest son, Noah, the New Woman alum opened up in regards to the very strict weight-reduction plan she was following. “I reduce out all bread and people type of carbohydrates,” she revealed to E! Information in 2014. “No crackers, no pretzels, no chips. Nothing unhealthy. The worst factor I put in my physique is espresso, as soon as a day. I don’t have any cheat days but when I did, it might be pizza or cake.” Along with maintaining with a wholesome meals...
    As NFL training camps get underway, Jadeveon Clowney is still a free agent, looking for a franchise to play for in 2020. According to Joseph Zucker of Bleacher Report, it doesn’t appear many insiders and experts expect that to change anytime soon. The analyst wrote on Thursday that some believe it could be several weeks into the preseason period before Clowney finds a home. Charles Robinson wrote on Twitter that he was one of those who didn’t think Clowney was getting a new contract “soon.” He said he’d spoken to several sources who all believed it would be a while before the edge rusher signed. One of those sources pointed out the player didn’t report to camp until the end of August last year and it is looking likely that will be the case this year as well. In 2019, he reported to the Houston Texans rather late because he wanted a new contract or a trade. One month after he did report, he was sent to the Seattle Seahawks in a trade deal. Zucker believes Clowney might be taking...
    Getty As parents consider whether to send their children back to daycare or school, they can look to childcare centers that remained open during the pandemic to learn what that might look like. YMCA USA served up to 40,000 children of essential workers during the pandemic and said there were reports of isolated coronavirus cases, but no outbreaks. The childcare centers took a number of precautions, including disinfecting surfaces every hour, not allowing children from sharing supplies and organizing no-contact activities. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. As more people return to work, parents have to decide whether to send their children to camp, daycares, and school, knowing that it could potentially expose their kids to the coronavirus.  About two-thirds of parents have already decided that they will send their children back to school in the fall. To get a sense of what daycares and schools might look like, and how protective they can be against the disease, families can look to childcare centers that remained open throughout the pandemic to serve children of essential workers.  Since...
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