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    OBSERVANT Sex And The City fans noticed an actor they recognised in the reboot, Just Like That. Actor William Abadie turned up in the reboot as a club owner named Zed who Seema (Sarita Choudhry) meets in Brooklyn. 3And Just Like That fans knew they'd seen William Abadie somewhere beforeCredit: hbo But it's not the first time William has turned on the New York based series about a group of professional women. In fact the actor appeared in original Sex and the City series but as an entirely different character. A fan shared his original scene on TikTok where he appeared as Tony the Prada salesman. William appeared in the sixth season in the episode called, Lights, Camera, Relationship where Carrie Bradshaw takes then boyfriend into the Jack Berger the Prada store for his first time. "Tony, this is my new boyfriend, Jack Berger," Carrie tells the Prada salesman. He then turns up again later in the episode when Carrie tries to set him up with her friend Charlotte. Most read in TVON TO BETTER! Sister Wives star Christine...
    Plantish, an Israeli foodtech startup, is on a mission to save the oceans one salmon filet at a time. The company unveiled its new plant-based whole-cute salmon filet on Thursday that mimics the texture, taste, appearance and structure of the real thing. The vegan dish is made with a mixture of legume proteins, algae oil and other binders that provides the food with Omega-3s, Omega-6s, B vitamins and protein, but without the mercury, hormones and microplastics found in ocean fish. Plantish has recently partnered with Michelin chef Jose Andres to serve the plant-based salmon filets at select restaurants later this year, with a launch into the grocery market in 2024. Scroll down for video  Plantish, an Israeli foodtech startup, is on a mission to save the oceans one salmon filet at a time. The company unveiled its new plant-based whole-cute salmon filet on Thursday that mimics the texture, taste, appearance and structure of the real thing Ofek Ron, co-founder and CEO of Plantish, explained: 'We exist to save the oceans and eliminate the need to consume marine animals by providing...
    It was a clear, sunny, blue-sky day the day I learned I had breast cancer. The brutally unexpected so often seems to happen on such days. For a few months over the past summer, I had an intermittent sharp pain under my left breast, as if the wire from a bra was cutting in. Sometimes it woke me at night, sometimes it disappeared for days. But there was no lump or general tenderness.  When I mentioned the pain to anyone, they would say: ‘Well at least it’s not breast cancer because you don’t get a pain with breast cancer.’ But then I read about how Girls Aloud singer Sarah Harding, who sadly died of breast cancer in September, experienced a pain which she attributed to a guitar strap rubbing her breast. It made me think that I should get my pain investigated – but not right then. At some point. In the future. It was a clear, sunny, blue-sky day the day I learned I had breast cancer. The brutally unexpected so often seems to happen on such days I...
    The lavish parties held by Dr Isaac Herschkopf, one of New York’s most celebrated psychiatrists, had gained something of a reputation among his neighbours in the Hamptons — the elite East Coast community he called home. After chartering buses to transport anything from 70 to 170 guests to his property, Isaac, or ‘Ike’ as he encouraged his friends to call him, would entreat his guests — who included Gwyneth Paltrow — to enjoy his legendary get-togethers. As they quaffed champagne, enjoyed the free poolside massages laid on by their host, or toured the premises (filled with photos of Ike with celebrities from actresses Paltrow and Brooke Shields to disgraced U.S. sports star O.J. Simpson), few took any notice of Marty, the unassuming chap in the background, serving drinks or quietly grilling kosher meat on the barbecue. And why would anyone pay attention to the hired help? Because, in fact, he owned the house — Ike was merely Marty’s therapist. Yet, during three years of treatment, Ike had inveigled his way into his patient’s life to such a degree that he...
    DO you find you are constantly ruining your roll of tin foil by ripping it off wrong? Think this is something you have to learn to live with? Well, think again because we have the answer. One woman has revealed the correct way to use a roll of tin foil - and many of us have been doing it wrong our whole lives. 3The woman says many don't know the tin foil hackCredit: TikTok/@bornunicornyt 3The woman reckons everything comes with an instruction manualCredit: TikTok/@bornunicornyt Taking to her TikTok account where she posts under the domain @bornunicornyt the woman shows the correct way to use tin foil - ensuring you avoid ripping down the middle. "You've Been Doing This Wrong Your Whole Life," she said as she shows what not to do - which is pulling the roll from the box and freestyle ripping it off as you go. In her video, she demonstrates how the side corners of a tin foil box fold back and act as a holder for your tin foil- thus the roll stays in place and...
    Harvey Weinstein responded to Angelina Jolie's claims that he tried to sexually assault her when she was just 21-years-old. The disgraced 69-year-old producer told TMZ through his assistant that 'THERE WAS NEVER an assault, and NEVER an attempt to assault,' on Saturday. Calling her statements made to The Guardian 'publicity clickbait,' he also repulsively retorted 'is this whole world assaulting you?' while saying that everyone 'shows interest' in her. Heating up: Disgraced producer Harvey Weinstein responded to Angelina Jolie's claims that he sexually assaulted her when she was 21 and said it 'NEVER' happened  'It's very clear to me that this is for more sales on Angie's BOOK. THERE WAS NEVER an assault, and NEVER an attempt to assault. It is brazenly untrue and clickbait publicity,' his assistant told the publication on his behalf.   He continued to quip: 'You're Angelina Jolie, every male and female in the world, I'm sure, shows interest in you. Is the whole world assaulting you?'  RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Angelina Jolie shares rare snaps of daughters Zahara, 16,......
    American basketball coach Popovich speaks of politics when asked at a press conference about his country’s relations with Iran.
    David Gergen said on Tuesday that Donald Trump is actually “more dangerous” than Richard Nixon ever was. In a segment responding to numerous claims made in a new book by Wall Street Journal reporter Michael Bender about the last days of the Trump administration, Nixon’s former speechwriter said that were similarities, but also a key difference. “There certainly seem to be some similarities and parallels,” Gergen told Wolf Blitzer. “But there are also striking differences, Wolf.” He elaborated: The fact was that what we worried about with Trump was that he was crazy, and he’s still crazy and he was unhinged and you know he could bring the whole system down. And he has all these authoritarian tendencies. Richard Nixon, by contrast, actually respected the Constitution. When the Supreme Court came down with its decision he had to turn over the tapes – the tapes of his conversations that he knew would sink him – he said, ‘Turn over the tapes,” and then he was booted out of office. So I think you have to put Trump in a different...
    Where to Get the Best Prices on Dell XPS Laptops Liga MX final 2021: Date, time, odds, TV schedule & location for Cruz Azul vs. Santos Laguna © Provided by INSIDER Jim and Pam's proposal scene on "The Office" actually cost $250,000 to film. NBC Jenna Fischer revealed it cost $250,000 to film Jim and Pam's proposal scene. She called it the "single-most expensive scene" of the entire NBC series. Production recreated an East Coast rest stop in a parking lot in Los Angeles, California, for it. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. "The Office" star Jenna Fischer revealed that Jim's proposal to her character, Pam, was the "single-most expensive scene ever shot" of the NBC sitcom. It cost the series $250,000 in production and post-production costs, she said. Jim (played by John Krasinski) and Pam start out as co-workers at Dunder Mifflin before they become a couple. In season five, Jim asks Pam, who was away doing a design course in New York City, to meet him for lunch at a gas station where he...
    Jim and Pam's proposal scene on "The Office" actually cost $250,000 to film. NBC Jenna Fischer revealed it cost $250,000 to film Jim and Pam's proposal scene.  She called it the "single-most expensive scene" of the entire NBC series. Production recreated an East Coast rest stop in a parking lot in Los Angeles, California, for it. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. "The Office" star Jenna Fischer revealed that Jim's proposal to her character, Pam, was the "single-most expensive scene ever shot" of the NBC sitcom. It cost the series $250,000 in production and post-production costs, she said. Jim (played by John Krasinski) and Pam start out as co-workers at Dunder Mifflin before they become a couple. In season five, Jim asks Pam, who was away doing a design course in New York City, to meet him for lunch at a gas station where he then proposes to her.  Fischer shared on Wednesday's episode of the "Office Ladies" podcast (which she cohosts with former "Office" costar Angela Kinsey) that the gas station where the iconic proposal takes...
    A 'nightmarish' fish with teeth like pointed shards of glass and a 'light-bulb' antennae dangling from its head was spotted on a California beach when it typically swims some 3,000 feet below the surface. The deep-sea fish, one of more than 200 species of an anglerfish, was found at Crystal Cove State Park in Orange County by beachgoer and fisherman Ben Estes. Wildlife officials have called the sighting a 'rare find' due to how intact the 18-inch wide Pacific football fish is, but they are uncertain how or why the fish ended up on the shore. 'They're just so deep that not a lot of people get to see them or study them,' Jessica Roame, the education coordinator at Davey's Locker Sportfishing & Whale Watching, told the Los Angeles Times. 'For it to just float up and show up on a local beach off our California coast, many things had to go right for that to happen. ... We were all just geeking out over the fact it was there.' Scroll down for video  A 'nightmarish' fish with teeth...
    As we mentioned earlier, FluBot is a malware that has managed to infect more than 60,000 mobiles throughout Spain with its scam spread by SMS pretending to be the Post Office or the company FedEx. A developerAndroid called Linuxct, a security expert, has released the Flubot Malware Uninstall application. This tool promises to uninstall malware from your Android smartphone in just a few steps. This is something quite relevant, since makes it easy to uninstall it manually, something most didn’t know how to do. Previously, To uninstall the application that contained the malware, it was necessary to start the smartphone in Safe Mode or use a command line with ABD from a computer to uninstall the infected package. With the application the same is achieved without having to lose your data by restoring the device to factory settings Y removes the virus without the need for more complex steps for some users. How to use the app guide (in English) How does the application get rid of the virus? The developer of FluBot Malware Uninstall has...
    Late starts, social distancing, reservation systems, crazy weather, fewer vendors, and mask, upon mask, upon mask — that's a good breakdown of this year's pandemic farmers' market season. But despite the changes, some things stayed the same, namely, the steadfast people who run things, the farmers who continue to grow great produce and the customers eager to get their heirloom tomatoes, organic kale and five kinds of radishes. “Kicking off this season amid a global pandemic felt as though the whole world was crashing down on us and nobody knew what to expect," says Liz Nail, co-owner of Mile High Fungi and a staple at the farmers' markets at Union Station, West Highland and South Pearl Street. "We are so grateful to have such a vibrant, supportive community that recognizes the importance of maintaining a healthy local food system.” EXPAND Croft Family Farm sells some nice-looking summer squash. Linnea Covington Related Stories Colorado Chefs Falling for Autumn Produce From Local Farms Women Are Leading the Way at the Infinite Monkey Theorem LoHi SteakBar Owners Double as Farmers ...
    Sarah Ferguson has announced she is 'so excited' to be releasing a 'fun' cookbook filled with recipes for the whole family to enjoy.  The Duchess of York, 60, who has been staying at Royal Lodge in Windsor since the beginning of lockdown, revealed the news on her official Instagram page - before sharing how thrilled she is about the new venture.  The royal will be collaborating with Laleh Mohmedi, the mother behind the viral sensation, Jacob's Food Diaries.   The exact release date for the cookbook, called Fergie's Fun Food, is still unknown, though Laleh's social media says it will launch in 2021.   Sarah Ferguson has announced she would be released a cookbook for the whole family. The Duchess of York, 60, who has been staying at Royal Lodge in Windsor since the beginning of lockdown, made the announcement on her official Instagram page, sharing how excited she was about the new venture (pictured with peanut butter toasts shaped like bears) Princesses Eugenie and Beatrice's mother has been keeping children entertained amid the coronavirus pandemic with her Fergie and Friends...
    DESERTED roads and silent estates have become an all too familiar scene across the UK as the pandemic keeps us cooped up at home. Just last week, Brits were warned city centres could become "ghost towns" if workers keep staying away – but all over the country, there are already a vast number of abandoned villages whose residents will never return. 27Entering the British ghost town of Imber, Wiltshire, without permission is strictly prohibitedCredit: Alamy Piccadilly Circus was chillingly silent during the height of lockdown - but some town centres in the UK will never be resuscitated In fact, many were evacuated as a result of a different and much deadlier pandemic: the Black Death of the 1300s. There are thought to be over 3,000 deserted medieval villages in England alone – but there are also much more recent examples of ghost towns in the UK, abandoned for entirely different reasons. From the giant port town drowned by the sea to the southern villages seized by Churchill, here are some of Britain's most chilling ghost towns. The...
    The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday ruled that a Louisiana law requiring abortion clinic doctors to have admitting privileges at a nearby hospital was unconstitutional, as it placed an undue burden on women’s access to the procedure. In a 5-4 decision, Chief Justice John Roberts sided with the court’s liberal bloc, providing the swing vote in a case that had the potential reshape access to abortion in the United States. The chief justice last week similarly joined liberal majority decisions in highly polarizing cases that extended civil rights protections to LGTBQ people and prevented the Trump administration from ending the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program. In a 40-page opinion penned by Justice Stephen Breyer, the court drew from previous cases such as Planned Parenthood v. Casey and Whole Woman’s Health in concluding that Louisiana’s 2014 Unsafe Abortion Protection Act would severely curtail women’s ability to get an abortion while providing no tangible benefits for patients. Breyer said that the law offered “no significant health benefit” but would “make it impossible for abortion providers to obtain conforming privileges...
    Germany will try during its rotating presidency of the UN Security Council to pass a resolution on the Covid-19 pandemic, German Foreign Minister Heiko Maas told the German news agency dpa. Maas complained that the UN body had yet to reach agreement on a response to the global crisis. What he describes as “proof of incapacity”. “It can not be that the Security Council remains speechless when the whole world is in the grip of such a pandemic,” pointed out the head of the German diplomacy. Germany will sit on the presidency of the UN Security Council from July 1 for one month. Attempts to adopt a resolution on the pandemic have been hampered by disputes between China and the United States over the role of the World Health Organization (WHO). President Donald Trump accuses the WHO of acting in favor of China and does not want to see the organization mentioned in a resolution. “This is another example that the Security Council is on . of being unable to act,” said Mr. Maas. “During major crises, such as those...
    By Michael Hurley, CBS Boston BOSTON (CBS) — You can say this about Cam Newton: There just aren’t many folks who watch him play football without feeling something. For some people, it’s pure love. For others, it’s the exact opposite. Hey — that kind of sounds like the guy he’ll be replacing in Foxboro, doesn’t it? Bill Belichick and the Patriots obviously don’t make football decisions while considering the thoughts and feelings of fans. Belichick does not have an “entertainment factor” on his list of desirable attributes among available players. That much is obvious. Still, going from a “Jarrett Stidham running a nuts-and-bolts, run-heavy, basic-ass offense” in 2020 to “Cameron Freaking Newton” is a nice bonus to what transpired on Sunday evening. Out goes Tom Brady. In comes Cam Newton. From a pure entertainment standpoint, that’s not a bad trade. Of course, of course, OF COURSE, there is simply no guarantee that Cameron Freaking Newton will be showing up in Foxboro, and that will be what affects the more important football factor to this somewhat shocking news. His foot injury was a major...
    Clare Crawley‘s season of The Bachelorette would be the first main community present to start filming once more within the U.S. following the coronavirus pandemic. Everything We Know About ‘The Bachelorette’ Season 16 The present is heading again into manufacturing, Us Weekly confirms. Selection was first to report the information on Friday, June 26, greater than three months after it was shut down. Though no date has been set, the present has set “heavy-duty security precautions” and the forged and crew shall be heading to set very quickly. As Us beforehand reported, season 16 of the ABC relationship present shall be filmed in a single quarantined location. All forged and crew will reside on-site. Testing will occur earlier than filming and common temperature checks will happen all through the season.Clare Crawley Paula Lobo/ABCThere may also need to be a quarantine interval for forged and crew earlier than filming begins. In response to Selection, the season won’t be shot in Los Angeles county however shall be someplace in Southern California. Manufacturing goes above and past to guarantee the situation shall...
    A group of protesters surrounded a Whole Foods in Washington, D.C. on Thursday night, accusing it of “[gentrifying] black and brown communities,” according to Daily Caller News Foundation (DCNF) reporters covering the protests. The DCNF reporters described that protesters were marching through the street and stopped at Whole Foods surrounding the doorway. The leader of the protesters began shouting Whole Foods is responsible for gentrifying black communities and is part of the racist capitalist system. The DCNF reporters added that shortly afterwards a Whole Foods employee locked the front doors. Police officers were seen inside the store ushering employees down the escalators, possibly to another exit. The protest was the latest in a series of demonstrations against police brutality following the death of George Floyd. In a video provided by DCNF reporters, a male voice is heard leading the chants that labeled Whole Foods an institution that “aligns itself in racism” because it “participates in calling the police” on homeless black youth, men and women. Protesters heard in the video called to shut down businesses or institutions such as Whole Foods...
    In some ways, yesterday’s announcement of Pokémon Unite felt a few years too late. There was once a period of time when it seemed every major publisher was experimenting with the then-burgeoning MOBA trend, trying to emulate the newfound success of League of Legends and Dota 2. That was years ago. Yet, here was The Pokémon Company teaming up with Tencent, announcing its own competitive 5 vs. 5 strategy game in the year 2020. It was a blast from the past. But while it’s easy to be cynical about the announcement, there’s no denying a simple fact: Pokémon Unite has the potential to be absolutely massive when it finally launches and open up the world of competitive gaming to a whole new audience. For one thing, while the flood of new MOBA games has slowed significantly, the genre is still incredibly popular. Dota 2’s annual tournament, The International, remains the most lucrative esports event in the world, while League of Legends, despite being a decade old, still has millions of players and regularly tops the viewership charts on Twitch. Elsewhere,...
    PAIGE VANZANT is determined to bag herself a better deal, wherever it may be, after claiming she made more money from 'Dancing with the Stars' than her whole UFC career. The 26-year-old beauty, who has become a huge favourite with her 2.5m Instagram fans, is on the last fight of her contract. 4 Paige VanZant says she earned more from appearing on 'Dancing with the Stars' than she has from her whole UFC career 4 The beautiful blonde fighter is determined to cash in on her popularity after her the last fight of her current deal at UFC 251Credit: 2015 American Broadcasting Companies, Inc. She is heading to Fight Island to face Amanda Ribas at UFC 251 on July 11 fully focused on victory. But the star has revealed her hopes to land herself a more lucrative deal after her trip to the Middle East. VanZant, who took part in hit US TV show ‘Dancing with the Stars’ back in 2016, told ESPN: “I have my heart set and nobody is going to change my mind that I’m fighting my...
    Yet another controversy involving President Donald Trump and his allies came about this week when Facebook removed some campaign ads that used an infamous symbol from the 1930s: a red inverted triangle, which Adolf Hitler’s Nazi regime used to identify political prisoners ranging from communists and liberals to members of opposition parties. Trump’s campaign has, in essence, responded that it didn’t use that symbol to promote Nazi ideology, but to smear Antifa. Nonetheless, Trump’s critics have asserted that using that symbol in the first place was clueless and ignorant. And according to Washington Post columnist Greg Sargent, a leaked internal document from the U.S. Department of Homeland Security makes Trump and his allies look even worse in this controversy. “After Facebook removed the ads amid an outcry,” Sargent explains, “the Trump campaign continued to defend use of the image — which was used by Nazis to identify political prisoners — by claiming it’s a ‘common Antifa symbol.’ The suggestion, of course, is that the image is justified by the idea that it’s associated with Antifa, so it’s merely a warning...
    President Trump painted a dire picture of an America under President Joe Biden as he sat down with his son Donald Trump Jr. for a Father's Day-themed interview.  'The whole country will be Minneapolis,' Trump warned. 'I feel like if the Democrats get in, we are literally going to end up in a recession/depression the likes of which you've never seen,' the president also said.  Minneapolis was the site of the death of George Floyd, a black man, who was killed by a white police officer on Memorial Day, setting off weeks of 'Black Lives Matter' protests around the country and several nights of looting and rioting in the Minnesota city.  President Trump painted a dire picture of America under a President Joe Biden in a Father's Day-themed interview with his son, Donald Trump Jr.  President Trump (left) told Donald Trump Jr. (right) that 'the whole country will be Minneapolis' if Biden gets in  Trump was referring to the chaotic nights directly following the death of George Floyd, a black man, at the hands of a white...
    The Georgia sheriff’s deputy who went wildly viral on social media for worrying that McDonald’s employees tampered with her food because of the allegedly long wait time for the meal has spoken out again to address the incident. The officer said that critics misconstrued her message, arguing that she simply wanted to share the anxieties she experiences while working in law enforcement today. Deputy Stacy Talbert took to Facebook Live early on Monday morning to voice her woes that the breakfast she had mobile-ordered from a Richmond Hill McDonald’s had been meddled with because of her profession. Talbert’s emotional address has since been viewed 11 million times, and widely circulated on Twitter. SONIC CUSTOMER SMASHES RESTAURANT WINDOW FOLLOWING ALLEGED PROBLEM WITH CHICKEN TENDERS “It doesn’t matter how many hours I’ve been up, it doesn’t matter what I’ve done for anyone, right now I’m too nervous to take a meal from McDonald’s because I can’t see it being made," Talbert said through tears. "I don’t know what’s going on with people nowadays, but please, just give us a break! “I don’t...
    Former National Security Council Chief of Staff Fred Fleitz told  Martha MacCallum on Thursday that what his former boss described as a “turning point” for his views about President Donald Trump’s capabilities to lead actually “disproves the whole book.” National Security Advisor John Bolton’s upcoming book, “The Room Where It Happens,” is reportedly filled with criticisms of Trump’s decisions, leadership capability, and fitness for office. Although copies have been distributed to media outlets including the Daily Caller, the Justice Department has attempted to block the book from its scheduled June 23 publication by filing a lawsuit against the former national security advisor. Bolton said during “The Story with Martha MacCallum” that he had called for Bolton to “withdraw the book” in January because he doesn’t believe someone in that position “should be revealing internal candid discussions with the president.” “The president has to be able to know that whatever he says in those discussions won’t be made public,” he said. “If he thinks they are going to be made public, a president won’t consult with experts and I think that...
    The Georgia officer whose tearful video about her late McDonald’s order went viral has come forward — saying many people “lost the whole point” of her sharing the saga. Stacy Talbert, a sheriff’s deputy in McIntosh County, said she filmed herself on Facebook Live to describe the current frustrations of law enforcement to others, NBC News reported. “Everybody lost the whole point of the video,” Talbert told the outlet. “I’m just so sick of people being mean.” In the video, Talbert became emotional as she recounted the long wait she faced picking up a mobile order for a McMuffin, hashbrowns and coffee at a McDonald’s in Richmond Hill, just outside Savannah. By the time a worker finally came out with only a coffee she, Talbert says she told the fast food employee not to bother with the food because she was too “nervous” to eat something she couldn’t watch being made. Talbert originally posted the video to Facebook Live before it circulated on Twitter, receiving more than 16 million views. While some online were supportive, others slammed Talbert for complaining...
    Deputy Assistant to the President Ja'Ron Smith slammed Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer, D-N.Y., on "Special Report" Tuesday after he panned President Trump's executive order on law enforcement reform. "He [Schumer] helped create the system that we have," Smith told host Bret Baier. "The whole system we live in in New York with these underserved areas, they are all Chuck Schumer's work. "So if you want real change, listen to Donald Trump, who is talking about bringing investment into communities and ... bringing police and communities together," Smith continued. "You can talk to Chuck Schumer about the families that were represented with this [Executive Order] by giving us some of the key provisions, such as bringing co-responders into neighborhoods to de-escalate [situations]." CLYBURN DISMISSES TRUMP EXECUTIVE ORDER ON POLICING AS DOING 'MUCH TOO LITTLE' Video"Schumer is just playing politics," Smith remarked further. The Senate Democratic leader said earlier Tuesday that Trump's "modest executive order will not make up for his years of inflammatory rhetoric and policies designed to roll back the progress made in previous years." Smith also responded to House Majority Whip James Clyburn, who dismissed a list of purported accomplishments by the Trump administration on...
    New York University Langone professor of medicine Dr. Marc Siegel outlined his concerns about the uptick of coronavirus hospitalizations, highlighting Utah, South Carolina, Arkansas, Texas, and Arizona as hotspots to watch. “The number of tests that we’re doing is increasing, so part of the increase in cases in these regions is because we’re testing more. But, that is not the whole story. A lot of people are forgetting to do the social distancing,” Fox News medical contributor Siegel told “America’s Newsroom" Monday. Siegel said that people are not being responsible when it comes to following social distancing guidelines. “Not primarily masks, but staying apart. They're going outside, they’re huddling close together and they are not wearing their mask.” FL, SC CORONAVIRUS FIGURES AT THE STATES' HIGHEST YET FOR A SINGLE DAY Meanwhile, according to data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) obtained by Yahoo News, the U.S. has seen a 36.5 percent increase in daily cases in recent days amid street protests and states' reversals of shutdown policies. The Washington Post reported Wednesday that nine states –­ Texas, Arkansas, South Carolina, Nevada, Arizona, North Carolina, Oregon, Florida, and Utah –­...
    The Georgia Bureau of Investigation released bodycam and surveillance video that show the scenes that led up to the death of Rayshard Brooks, who was shot and killed by a police officer following a struggle at a Wendy's in Atlanta on Friday night. Two police officers were responding to a call at a Wendy's in Atlanta about a man sleeping in a parked vehicle in the restaurant's drive-thru lane, forcing other customers to drive around the car. At approximately 10:30 p.m. on Friday, an officer repeatedly knocks on the window of the driver's side door, but the man inside the vehicle is unresponsive. After not responding, one of the police officers opens the car door and says, "What's up, my man? Hey man, you're parked in the middle of a drive-thru line here." Brooks does not respond. The cop then taps Brooks on the arm to awake him. "Hey, are you alright?" Brooks wakes up. The two Atlanta police officers, Garrett Rolfe and Devin Brosnan, question Brooks about his night and if he...
    On Friday, Egard Watches released a video to its YouTube channel that highlighted the good in law enforcement despite a climate in which police officers are being broadly labeled as rotten. The video has subsequently gone viral, with even Fox News taking notice. After the video went up on Friday, The Daily Wire spoke with Ilan Srulovicz, owner of Egard, about his decision to create the ad, and what his expectations were. Now, less than two days later, Srulovicz is speaking with us again about the whirlwind that has followed the debut of the video. DW: How did you think this was going to turn out, and how did your expectations change? SRULOVICZ: My expectations were one of three possibilities. One was that it would get bombarded by the mob of negativity and that it would potentially destroy my company, and even to some degree make me personally a target since I do the videos myself and am the face of the company. The second possibility was that it would get lost in the internet, which was fine because at...
    You’d think that, given their workplace of Texas, the Astros players would know the difference between a smoking gun and a hand-sized water pistol. Alas, those from the defending American League champions who took to social media on Saturday — in the wake of a titillating story that tied the Yankees to illegal sign-stealing — will learn soon enough that they jumped the gun. Actually, if they have been reading The Post regularly, as they should, then the upcoming big reveal will turn out to be smaller than a hidden buzzer. Multiple industry sources told The Post the letter Rob Manfred wrote to the Yankees in September 2017 — the results of an investigation launched from the Red Sox “AppleWatchGate” scandal — documents a pair of sign-stealing-related transgressions that, given the era in which they occurred, constituted the equivalent of driving 60 mph in a 55 zone: 1. The Yankees improperly used a dugout phone in a season before 2017. 2. In 2015 and 2016, some Yankees players stationed themselves in their replay room in an attempt to steal opponents’...
    San Francisco (CNN)Drugmakers are racing to develop a vaccine for the Covid-19 virus -- a complex feat in itself -- but what might be even trickier is getting it to the public. The quest to combat a deadly pandemic is exposing bottlenecks in the pharmaceutical supply chain. The world has neither enough glass vials to house the vaccine nor the facility capacity to fill and package them, experts say."The demand is going to far outstrip the supply," Vijay Kumar, an Evercore analyst who focuses on the medical device and life sciences sectors, told CNN Business in an interview.The Covid-19 pandemic has consistently shown what happens when supply chains are blindsided by spikes and drop-offs in demand and how an unexpected bottleneck can affect the integrity of the entire system. The US is coming up short in acquiring "basic but critical" supplies to administer a coronavirus vaccine, said Rick Bright, the former director of the Biomedical Advanced Research and Development Authority, in his whistleblower complaint in May. Read MoreHe said that Strategic National Stockpile has only 2% of the 650 million...
    New York (CNN Business)A new initiative is aiming to make the shelves of major US retailers a better reflection of the streets of America. The 15% Pledge calls on retailers to dedicate 15% of their shelf space to Black-owned businesses. Black people make up nearly 15% of the population of the United States, according to the most recent Census Bureau estimates. The initiative and online petition were launched last week amid massive demonstrations over the death of George Floyd and a national conversation about police brutality and other injustices and inequalities faced by black people in America. Among those issues are challenges faced by black business owners, including a lack of access to capital and a lack of representation at big box retailers. It also comes in the wake of the economic crisis caused by coronavirus, which disproportionately impacted black workers and business owners. The pledge was created by Aurora James, founder of Brooklyn-based sustainable fashion brand Brother Vellies. Read More"So many of your businesses are built on Black spending power," James said in a May 29 Instagram post. "So...
    Amazon’s Jeff Bezos is making no bones about his support of the Black Lives Matter movement, telling the world on Instagram that he stands firmly against a customer angry over the anti-police demonstrations. Bezos, the world’s richest man with a net worth of nearly $150 billion, posted both an email from the woman, who was upset by a banner on the retailer’s website that reads: “Black lives matter” and his response, the Daily Mail reported. Amazon put up the banner just days after the killing of George Floyd. In her email, the customer told Bezos: “I am for everyone voicing their opinions and standing up for what you believe in, but for your company to blast this on your website is very offensive to me … ALL LIVES MATTER!” Bezos replied: “I have to disagree with you. ‘Black lives matter’ doesn’t mean other lives don’t matter. “Black lives matter speaks to racism and the disproportionate risk that Black people face in our law enforcement and justice system,” Bezos went on. “I have a 20-year-old son, and I simply don’t worry...
    Ellen DeGeneres is sending a message to her fans. The 62-year-old comic, known for ending each episode of her talk show with the phrase "be kind to one another," has taken to social media to share her thoughts on the civil unrest and protests sparked by the recent death of George Floyd. On Monday, DeGeneres shared a video on Instagram, urging fans to spread love. PINK SHUTS DOWN ALL LIVES MATTER COMMENTERS ON INSTAGRAM: 'YOU DON'T EVEN HEAR YOURSELF' "I have been posting my thoughts and my stance on this, but I haven't spoken directly because I don't know what to say," she began. "I am so sad and I am so angry and I know I'm not going to say the right thing, I know that there's going to be a lot of people who are going to be in disagreement with what I say. But I have a platform and I have a voice and I have always stood for equality." She added: "I have always wanted to be the voice for people who felt like they didn't...
    The owners of a historic Minneapolis restaurant that was destroyed by rioters last week told "Your World" Monday that the loss of years worth of work was "hard to swallow." Kacey White and Charles Stotts, the owners of the Town Talk Diner & Gastropub, told host David Asman that on Thursday morning, "one of our staff happened to be on their bike and went past it and saw that the windows were blown out and the water suppression system was on." "It had clearly been looted," Stotts explained. "We went out there and checked out the whole scene. It was a mess. It was horrible. But we figured a way to get all boarded up...clean it up and put it back together. And then come out Thursday night, the riot happened again and this time they burnt it to the ground." White, who cooks with Stotts at the restaurant, said she watched the restaurant burn on the news. "I am a restaurant owner and a cook," she explained. "We lost our restaurant. George Floyd lost his life. All I know is that the community as a whole is at a huge loss right now for so many things." CLOTHING STORE OWNER 'LOST EVERYTHING' AFTER...
    Former deputy national security adviser KT McFarland told “America’s Newsroom” on Thursday that Attorney General William Barr “doesn't have a whole lot of confidence” in his Department of Justice in Washington, D.C., given he has chosen three U.S. attorneys "to investigate the investigators.” McFarland made the comment the morning after Barr asked U.S. Attorney for the Western District of Texas John Bash to review the practice of "unmasking" before and after the 2016 presidential election, a controversy that has picked up steam after the Justice Department moved to drop charges against former national security adviser Michael Flynn. Republican lawmakers have demanded more information about the extent of the practice after a previously clandestine list of Obama-era officials who sought to reveal what turned out to be the identity of Michael Flynn in intelligence reports was released earlier this month. The DOJ had moved to drop the Flynn case after internal memos were released raising serious questions about the nature of the investigation that led to his late-2017 guilty plea for lying to the FBI about his Russia contacts. On Thursday, McFarland pointed out that Barr chose Bash...
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