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    YOUR iPhone can warn you if you're about to get soaked. The latest iPhone update added a hidden setting that gives you alerts based on your location. 2You should turn Stay Dry notifications on right nowCredit: Apple / The Sun If rain, hail or snow is about to start where you are, it'll warn you. This gives you time to run for cover, turn around on your walk, or pop open the umbrella. It's linked to the huge overhaul of the new iPhone Weather app that rolled out with iOS 15 in September. Apple's Weather app wasn't always brilliant – and has previously been mocked. But the new version is significantly better, and could stop you from getting drenched. It only takes a few seconds to activate these alerts. Most read in TechTEXT TERROR Every iPhone and Android user warned of dangerous text you need to DELETEI-PRY Warning to turn iPhone feature off now or pals can snoop on who you’re textingLive BlogBACK AT IT Roblox fans all saying the same thing as game FINALLY fixed after days downHACK ATTACK...
    A NEW York actor discovered a woman was living in his cupboard and off food from his fridge--and had been for the past two weeks. When Actor Joe Cummings first noticed food items disappearing from his fridge, he thought his girlfriend must have taken them. Joe eventually set up a night camera in his Manhattan apartment to watch what happened to the food after he went to sleep. 4The woman came out to steal food.Credit: YouTube/Joe Cummings 4The apartment is owned by Joe Cummings, an actor living in New YorkCredit: YouTube/Joe Cummings What he saw when he watched the footage was straight out of horror cinema. The tape shows a figure slowly emerge from a cupboard on the wall, carefully stepping onto a nearby table. The woman then crouches down on a stool, her hair covering her face. She takes a plastic jug from the table, before walking away and urinating in the sink. 4Police said the woman had been living there for two weeksCredit: YouTube/Joe Cummings 4The footage shows the woman raiding the fridge.Credit: YouTube/Joe Cummings She opens the...
    The California Supreme Court on Thursday unanimously ruled that judges must consider a suspect's ability to pay when setting bail, essentially suggesting that non-dangerous defendants who cannot afford bail should be released under other conditions. “The common practice of conditioning freedom solely on whether an arrestee can afford bail is unconstitutional,” Justice Mariano-Florentino Cuéllar wrote in the unanimous opinion. The justice specifically noted other conditions under which defendants can be released, including electronic monitors, regular check-ins, community shelters and drug and alcohol treatment. “Other conditions of release — such as electronic monitoring, regular check-ins with a pretrial case manager, community housing or shelter, and drug and alcohol treatment — can in many cases protect public and victim safety as well as assure the arrestee’s appearance at trial,” the justice wrote. The justices determined that if holding a suspect on bail is necessary, the court must evaluate the defendant’s ability to pay, writing that arrestees can not be held “solely because [they] lacked the resources” to post bail. “What we hold is that where a financial condition is nonetheless necessary, the court must consider the...
    A terrified grandma is begging for help after capturing 'a demon' standing over her grandchild's bed - just days after the toddler was heard warning an invisible intruder to 'go away'. Tory McKenzie, 41, set up a motion-activated camera at her son's house after complaints his two-year-old daughter Amber McKenzie was talking to something unseen in the middle of the night. The grandma checked her camera's app four days later to find a bone-chilling image of a figure standing inches away from the sleeping tot and her seven-month-old brother Michael McKenzie, with 'a horn on its head and long claws'. The 'creature' is captured standing awkwardly, looking upwards just before 3am - and Tory insists the discovery has left her fearing for her grandchildren's lives. When she tried to rid the house of the 'evil presence' by burning oils, she claims cabinets and curtains opened and closed and music began to play by itself. A grandmother has captured a terrifying image of a 'horned demon' standing over her grandchild's bed in the middle of the night. She caught the...
    Crown Media Nathan and Fiona Fans are getting a little suspicious about some recent scenes on Hallmark’s When Calls the Heart involving Lucas and Fiona. While Lucas is still very much pursuing Elizabeth, some fans are wondering if he might actually be a better fit for Fiona. Lucas Had Several Close Scenes with Fiona on Season 8 Episode 3 Crown Media In Season 8 Episode 3 of When Calls the Heart, Lucas and Fiona had two telling scenes that might slowly be drawing a connection between the two characters. In the episode, Fiona gave Lucas a beard trim, and she suggested he shave the whole thing off, adding, “I’m just the gal to do it.” Some people think it was a little bit of flirting, but other viewers believe she really was just enthusiastically promoting her business. (I lean toward the latter opinion, personally. I think she was just glad to have a willing customer!) "He is so nice!" I see you, Fiona. #Hearties @hallmarkchannel @SCHeartHome pic.twitter.com/emWEl4RFPD — Carmette (@iheart_cambodia) March 8, 2021 Lucas also paid Fiona more than...
    Fox News contributor Karl Rove expressed concern over the possibility that former President Donald Trump will use his speech at the Conservative Political Action Committee (CPAC) to reignite his incendiary rhetoric. On Thursday, Rove joined Trace Gallagher and Dana Perino to talk about a Wall Street Journal op-ed he wrote on what could happen with Trump at CPAC. The way Rove sees it, Trump will either take the opportunity to politically reinvent himself, or he could rail at his foes within the Republican Party, falsely claim (again) that the 2020 election was stolen, and “devote the speech to his anger and grievances.” When asked which path he thinks Trump will take, Rove paraphrased a number of Trump’s public statements while noting how they’ve revolved around the ex-president’s anger. His last two speeches on the 5th of January and on the 6th of January would indicate that, at that point, he was — ‘I’m angry. I got defeated. The election was stolen from me. I got 74 million votes, but it was stolen from me. People in my party who are...
    In Apple and Epic’s ongoing court battle over App Store fees, one of the key sticking points has been Apple’s insistence on maintaining a 30 percent cut as a cornerstone of the storefront. But newly revealed Apple executive emails from the case show that the App Store rules that Apple flouts as essential to the fairness of the app economy were carefully negotiated into existence over time in a way that ensured Apple wasn’t “leaving money on the table.” The emails date back to a 2011 discussion, which included Apple software and services leader Eddy Cue, around how Apple would handle subscription video applications on the Apple TV — an important conversation, given the rise in popularity of streaming services. And while the discussion doesn’t offer much insight on Apple’s existing 30 percent fee for the App Store, it does reveal how malleable those rules were when it came to maximizing profit. The company examined a variety of options, including a 40 percent one-time cut, a 30 percent one-time cut, a 30 percent ongoing fee, or more individualized deals with...
    Donald Trump is setting up Mike Pence as the “fall guy” to blame when the results of the 2020 presidential election are not overturned in his favor, a report claims. Trump has been pressing the vice president to act on January 6, when Congress meets to formally tally the electoral votes and make Joe Biden’s win official. Trump has made a series of claims that Pence has the power to intervene in the process and prevent states won by Biden from being counted, though many legal experts disagree. At a rally in Georgia ahead of two Senate runoff races, he even told his supporters that he would be upset at Pence if he doesn’t follow through with the plan to overturn the election outcome. “I hope Mike Pence comes through for us, I have to tell you,” Trump said at the rally on Monday, via CNN. “Of course, if he doesn’t come through, I won’t like him as much.” As the legal news site Law & Crime reported, legal experts nearly all in agreement that he does not hold the...
    SDI Productions/Getty Images Healthy habits start with clear boundaries, according to Jen Sincero, author of "Badass Habits: Cultivate the Awareness, Boundaries, and Daily Upgrades You Need to Make Them Stick." The most common mistakes people make when setting boundaries is saying yes or no too often and over-involving themselves in other people's problems.  "Healthy boundaries are especially critical when it comes to creating new habits, because in order to stay the course, you can't afford to have your time structured by outside forces," Sincero wrote.  Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. As "New Year, New Me" posts start flooding our social media feeds, you might be thinking about your own resolutions. But the thing we don't think about is how to make those new habits stick.  According to Jen Sincero, author of "Badass Habits: Cultivate the Awareness, Boundaries, and Daily Upgrades You Need to Make Them Stick," boundaries are essential to helping any new habit stick.  "Healthy boundaries are especially critical when it comes to creating new habits, because in order to stay the course, you can't...
    Sparks-Sun Preview 20 Spice Blends That Will Change the Way You Cook Fed pledges to look at if the economy is working for lower-income communities when setting policy The Fed changed its inflation policy from a set 2% target to a more flexible policy that would be based on an average inflation target, allowing for higher inflation temporarily. This is important because economists say that the new inflation policy allows for a more profound change, allowing the Fed to keep easy policy in place while it tries to get more people back to work. "With regard to the employment side of our mandate, our revised statement emphasizes that maximum employment is a broad-based and inclusive goal," said Fed Chief Jerome Powell. © Provided by CNBC Federal Reserve Chair Jerome H. Powell during a speech on March 3, 2020 in Washington, DC. The Fed wants its policies to lift many more boats and go far deeper to get lower income and underemployed Americans to work, before it pulls back from its easy policy stance. Load Error Fed...
    A Brooklyn woman who died after being shot multiple times after she confronted a group setting off illegal fireworks was simply following the advice of Borough President Eric Adams' advice who suggested to New Yorkers they settle disputes neighbor-to-neighbor rather than calling 911. The 'advice' saw Shatavia Walls, 33, winding up dead after being shot eight times in a barrage of bullets on July 7th. Last month Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams said that setting off illegal fireworks was a 'nonviolent act' and urged residents to 'go talk to the young people or the people on your block who are using fireworks' instead of calling 911 or 311.    Shatavia Walls, 33, died from being shot at eight times after she asked a group of people to stop setting off fireworks near a playground on July 7 Shatavia Walls, 33, was hit eight times in a barrage of bullets on July 7 at 1259 Loring Ave in the Pink Houses  (above) around 8.30pm after she asked a man in her neighborhood to stop setting off fireworks. She died from...
    A Brooklyn woman who was shot multiple times after she confronted a man setting off illegal fireworks in her neighborhood over the Fourth of July weekend has died from her wounds. Shatavia Walls, 33, was hit eight times in a barrage of bullets on July 7 at 1259 Loring Ave in the Pink Houses around 8.30pm. Her companion Kelvin Hernandez was also hit, according to the New York Post. She died from her injuries on Friday night at Brookdale Hospital. Last month Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams said that setting off illegal fireworks is a 'nonviolent act' and urged residents to 'go talk to the young people or the people on your block who are using fireworks' instead of calling 911 or 311. Shatavia Walls, 33, was hit eight times in a barrage of bullets on July 7 at 1259 Loring Ave in the Pink Houses  (above) around 8.30pm after she asked a man in her neighborhood to stop setting off fireworks. She died from her wounds on Friday  But when Walls did so, it ended up costing her...
    Donald Trump unveiled his police reform executive order Tuesday afternoon in the Rose Garden, which includes setting up a register of bad actor cops, as he bashed Barack Obama for not doing something about it during his tenure. The president's plan will ban police from using chokeholds except for in instances when their lives are at risk and will set up a database where police departments track officers who have been accused of using excessive force. President Trump said the plan will increase 'accountability' and 'transparency' while still allowing police officers to do their jobs and protect their communities. He also claimed the measures are aimed at weeding out the 'tiny' amount of bad cops, claiming there is a very small percentage of bad apple offices. Upon signage, the plan will set up a co-responder program where social workers are called to respond to a scene with cops in certain cases, especially when dealing with either homeless or mentally ill citizens. Several of the measures, including updating the database and training police in de-escalation tactics, will reward departments in the...
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