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    A far-right website known for spreading 2020 election conspiracies is being sued by election workers in Georgia who say they became the target of harassment and death threats as a result of the outlet's campaign to sow doubt about the legitimacy of President Joe Biden's victory. The Gateway Pundit, a fringe political site run by two brothers named Jim and Joe Hoft, falsely claimed last year that Ruby Freeman and her daughter, Shayne Moss, had manipulated ballots last November as part of their duties as poll workers for the Fulton County elections board, which covers the Atlanta metropolitan area. The conspiracies quickly spread after then President Donald Trump himself called them out by name last December — mentioning Freeman at least 18 times during his infamous call with Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger. Now, the pair is suing the outlet for running the evidence-free claims — following similar lawsuits by election equipment companies against right-wing publications, including Fox News, Newsmax and One America News. Freeman and Moss, both of whom are Black, are two of the first...
    The newest trend in holiday gifts doesn't take up space in carry-on luggage or add weight to checked bags. It doesn't even need to be packed. Rather than giving holidaymakers new gear for travel — electronics organizers, Yeti thermoses, yet another airplane pillow — some are giving travel itself.    A survey of more than 1,000 Americans by the computer company Adobe showed that while 51% of respondents plan to purchase physical gifts this holiday season, 17% plan to give "an experience" instead. Survey respondents cited spa treatments (25%) and concert tickets (25%) most often, while others said they planned to give plane tickets (21%) and cooking classes (16%) as gifts. "Experience gifting" — as it is known — isn't new. But it's finding traction this holiday season as a push for minimalist packing converges with a pandemic that has made travel a top priority for many in 2022.    More experiences, less 'stuff'Migle Rakauskaite, the chief marketing manager at travel experience website Tinggly.com, said the pandemic is prompting an increase in travel experience gift purchases. "Gifting traditions are changing," she said....
    The Kardashians have yet again proved they are nothing like us after unveiling their Christmas gift guide - complete with a $499 (£400) compost bin.  The list was uploaded on eldest sister Kourtney's lifestyle website Poosh and much like fellow lifestyle Guru Gwyneth Paltrow and her Goop gift suggestions, the bizarre compilation featured some rather out-of-reach products.  The list featured suggestions from the respective famous sisters in the family, with Khloe suggesting the pricey bin and stating in an accompanying caption that she wants to 'incorporate her green habit' with  the bizarre gift.  Strange behaviour: The Kardashians have yet again proved they are nothing like us after unveiling their Christmas gift guide - complete with a $499 (£400) compost bin Khloe, 37, said: 'I love that I can incorporate this green habit in my life and teach True about the importance of eliminating food waste along the way.'  The website introduces the gift guide as: 'We know you want to know. So what’s on the holiday gifting list for 2021? We’ve got the exclusive on what each sister and are giving...
    Triton Luxury Villa The pool at Triton Luxury Villa. Check out all the details and photos of the luxury villa in Turks and Caicos where the “Real Housewives Ultimate Girls Trip” was filmed. Fans of Bravo’s “Real Housewives” series have been tuning in to watch Cynthia Bailey, Kyle Richards, Kenya Moore, Melissa Gorga, Teresa Giudice, Ramona Singer, and Luann de Lesseps on the Peacock exclusive spin-off series, RHUGT. The 8-day vacation took place in Turks and Caicos at a luxury villa worth $11.5 and run by Triton Luxury Villa. Triton Luxury VillaExterior of Triton Luxury Villa. Here’s everything you need to know about the luxurious villa: The Villa Is Home to 2 Acres & 10,000 Square Feet of Beachfront on Long Bay Beach Triton Luxury VillaExterior of Triton Luxury Villa. According to the official rental property’s website, The villa is located behind the sand dunes of Long Bay Beach and is home to 2 acres and 10,000 square feet of beachfront. It boasts unobstructed ocean views. “Named for the Greek god who was the messenger of the...
    \u201cThe only solution is Communist revolution\u201d chants here at Chicago\u2019s protest against the Rittenhouse verdict #Chicago #RittenhouseVerdictpic.twitter.com/5JNm0uFXno — Brendan Gutenschwager (@Brendan Gutenschwager) 1637445099 Other protesters who spoke to local media voiced frustrations using trite talking points. "I'm still very, very disappointed. Just a travesty of justice. The illegal gun possession, the Kenosha police basically deputizing him. All of it is based in racism," one protester told WGN-TV. Another protester told the same outlet the Rittenhouse verdict represents "a green light for more white supremacy vigilante terror."Can the DOJ do anything?Despite demands for DOJ intervention into the decision by 12 of Rittenhouse's peers to conclude he acted in self-defense, thereby making him not guilty of committing murder, it remains unclear what the Justice Department could do, if anything at all. Rittenhouse was never charged with a federal crime, nor did the murder accusations against Rittenhouse invoke violations of federal law. More from WOFL-TV:Rittenhouse was not accused of a hate crime and because he is not a member of law enforcement, he cannot be charged with depriving anyone of their civil...
    (CNN)Original Gerber Baby Ann Turner Cook, whose famous face has been printed on countless products over generations, is celebrating her 95th birthday."A very happy birthday to the original Gerber baby, Ann Turner Cook!" the company posted Saturday on its social media pages. View this post on Instagram A post shared by Gerber (@gerber) Cook has been the face of the company since 1928, when her neighbor Dorothy Hope Smith entered a charcoal sketch of the baby into a contest for an advertising campaign, according to the company website. The artist said she would finish the portrait if she won, but Gerber decided to use it as is.Gerbers new baby Magnolia is the first adopted spokesbaby in the companys historyThe sketch was so popular that Gerber made the chubby-cheeked tot its official trademark in 1931.Ann Turner Cook holds a picture of the Gerber Baby sketch in a 1998 photo."Since then, the Gerber Baby has appeared on all Gerber packaging and in every Gerber advertisement," the company said on its website.Read MoreGerber is best known for its baby foods and formulas, but...
    A group of cryptocurrency investors are planning on buying a copy of the U.S. Constitution at a Sotheby’s auction Thursday. The group, known as ConstitutionDAO, is a ‘decentralized autonomous organization’ (DAO) in which members buy into the group with cryptocurrency and receive voting tokens which are used to direct the group’s funds for certain goals. The express mission of this DAO, according to its website, is to buy one of the 13 remaining original copies of the U.S. Constitution and display it for the public to view. The group has raised the equivalent of roughly $12 million of its $20 million goal in the cryptocurrency ether as of Wednesday morning. The organization has used its Twitter account, which it started in November and currently has nearly 20,000 followers, to advertise its mission and raise funds, and it will bid on the Constitution at a one-lot Sotheby’s auction on Thursday. frens, we’re now OVER 60% THERE, let’s break 100% today ???? Growth has been absolutely insane, if we can keep this going there’s no doubt we’re gonna buy it. Let’s make history...
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    STREAMING platform Netflix has been experiencing difficulties on November 15, 2021. Thousands of users have reported problems on the site and app, claiming the connection is intermittent. 1NetflixCredit: AFP or licensors Is Netflix down? Why the app isn’t working As of November 15, Netflix has been having issues with its platform. Content on the site has not loaded properly and users have been having a variety of problems accessing the shows. Over 42 percent of people have had problems with video streaming, 37 percent are having website difficulties, and 21 percent are experiencing problems with the app, according to Down Detector. The site saw a spike in reports around 2:00pm but it remains unclear how long it will take for the platform to be back up and running. This marks Netflix's ninth problem of the month with previous problems and outages being reported on November 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 6th, 7th and 9th. In mid October, users logged on to platforms such as Whatsapp and Instagram and also reported technical issues when attempting to run the apps on their mobile devices along...
    What better place for food science nerd Alton Brown to bring his tour than geek central, Silicon Valley? The Food Network star, whose “Good Eats” show first brought him fame and ran for 14 seasons, is back on the road with “Beyond the Eats,” which will come to San Jose’s Center for the Performing Arts at 7:30 p.m. Monday, Nov. 15, after weekend shows in Los Angeles and San Diego. He heads next to Wyoming, Colorado and Utah, making this his only Bay Area and Northern California stop. “Like my first two live ventures (The Edible Inevitable Tour and Eat Your Science) there will be cooking, comedy, music, and mayhem,” he writes on his website. “There will be lots of audience interaction, maybe a game-show segment, strange devices and other generally foodie stuff.” Related Articles 7 awesome Bay Area things to do this weekend Uber Eats delivers Warriors great Klay Thompson’s fave Shake Shack meal Berkeley barbecue legend Mary Everett has died at 65 Facing fines and suspensions, some defiant East Bay...
    FACEBOOK knows plenty about you – but the truth might be shocking if you’re a long-time user. Thankfully, there’s a way to access Facebook’s mammoth archive of data on you. Facebook / The Sun 1 You can download a copy of all of your Facebook data This will let you examine what Facebook knows in excruciating detail. All you have to do is add the letters DYI after the end of the Facebook website. So type in www.facebook.com/dyi. This will take you to a special page on Facebook called Download Your Information, as highlighted on TikTok. “You can download a copy of your Facebook information at any time,” Facebook says. “You can download a complete copy, or you can select only the types of information and date ranges that you want.  Most read in Tech THREAT IS REAL China & Russia spark space war fears as officials warn of energy weapons STOCK TOSS Elon sells $5B of Tesla shares to pay taxes after poll tanks market value POSSIBLE PARTNERS What to know about GameStops NFT Marketplace Launch MOVE ALONG...
    MANY Americans are still eligible for aid and there are multiple ways you can receive your stimulus checks by the end of the year. A fourth stimulus check probably won’t be on the horizon as Congress has yet to reach a decision. Yet, here are some other ways to receive stimulus money.  2There are multiple ways to receive money before the end of the yearCredit: Getty One of the most common ways to receive stimulus money is through the child tax credit but families will have to act fast. There are only two payments left of CTC for the rest of 2021. One on November 15 and the final payment a month later on December 15. Families will get $300 for each child under the age of 6 and $250 for children between 6-17 years of age.  The child tax credit page on the IRS website allows you to see if you’re eligible and send in an application for the next payment. The stimulus payout for broadband services is on the lower end of the scale financially, but the Federal Communications...
    Twitter is down for thousands of users worldwide who report issues with the website, app and logging into accounts.  Problems began around 12:50pm ET on Monday and are impacting some users in the US,  the UK, New Zealand and other countries. It is not clear what caused the crash or when all users will regain full service of the social media platform. Many users say tweets are not refreshing or they are being kicked out of their accounts and forced to log back in. Twitter is down for thousands of users worldwide who report issues with the website, app and logging into accounts DownDetector, a website that monitors online outages, showed a huge spike in issue reports just after 12:30pm ET. And by 12:52pm ET, more than 3,000 users in the US had reported problems with the social media network.
    The FBI searched the home of James O'Keefe, the founder of conservative outfit Project Veritas, on Saturday as part of its investigation into the possible theft of a diary belonging to Ashley Biden, President Biden's daughter, The New York Times reported. The search of O'Keefe's apartment in Mamaroneck, New York, comes one day after O'Keefe released a statement acknowledging that the group, which specializes in "sting" videos featuring activists, politicians and the media, had been approached by people claiming to have Ashley's diary. O'Keefe said the group decided not to publish it. "Late last year, we were approached by tipsters claiming they had a copy of Ashley Biden's diary," O'Keefe said in a statement on the Project Veritas website. "The tipsters indicated that they were negotiating with a different media outlet for the payment of monies for the diary." He continued: "At the end of the day, we made the ethical decision that because, in part, we could not determine if the diary was real, if the diary in fact belonged to Ashley Biden, or if the contents of the...
    New York City union reaches agreement on vaccine mandate with NYC administration Cultists Claim Pastor Demanded Sacrificial Human Beheading of Woman Because ‘She’s a Goat’ © LinkedIn Tim Chen and Jake Gibson cofounded NerdWallet in 2009. LinkedIn NerdWallet stock soared as much as 91% in its IPO debut on Thursday, valuing the personal finance website at $2 billion. The company priced its IPO at $18 per share, in the middle of its expected $17-$19 range. NerdWallet raised $130 million from the offering at a $1.2 billion valuation. NerdWallet, the personal finance website founded in 2009, soared as much as 91% in its IPO trading debut on Thursday. Load Error The company priced its IPO at $18 per share, in the middle of its expected $17-$19 per share range, giving it a $1.2 billion valuation. But with Thursday's surge, the company saw its valuation hit more than $2 billion. The company trades on the Nasdaq under the ticker symbol "NRDS." NerdWallet raised $130.5 million from the share offering, having sold 7.25 million shares. The company recorded $182...
    During a heated Senate debate Dr. Anthony Fauci called Sen. Rand Paul 'egregiously wrong' after the senator said Fauci refused to take responsibility for the pandemic and accused him of scrubbing the definition of 'gain-of-function' from the NIH website.  'You have said I am unwilling to take any responsibility for the current pandemic. I have no responsibility for the current pandemic,' the NIAID director said.  'I don't expect you to admit today that you approved of gain-of-function research in Wuhan but your repeated denials have worn thin and a majority of Americans frankly don't believe you,' the Kentucky Republican told Fauci.   'This was risky type of research,' he said. 'It was risky to share this with the Chinese and Covid may have been created from a not yet revealed virus.'  Paul has repeatedly accused Fauci of misleading the public about  the NIH's grant to EcoHealth Alliance, which in turn distributed nearly $600,000 of that funding to its collaborator, the Wuhan Institute of Virology (WIV). He says that WIV could likely enhanced a pathogen that spilled out and led to the...
    (CNN)Ronnie Wilson, founding member of R&B group The Gap Band, has died at the age of 73.His passing was confirmed by his wife, Linda Boulware-Wilson, in a Facebook post published Tuesday."The love of my life was called home this morning, at 10:01am. Please continue to pray for The Wilson, Boulware, and Collins family, while we mourn his passing," she wrote. Ronnie Wilson (top row second from left) with The Gap Band circa 1980"Ronnie Wilson was a genius with creating, producing, and playing the flugelhorn, Trumpet, keyboards, and singing music, from childhood to his early seventies. He will be truly missed!!!"Wilson formed The Gap Band in the late 1960s along with his brothers Charlie and Robert, according to the band's website.Read MoreA century after the Tulsa race massacre, you still have a community thats strugglingThe group was originally named The Greenwood Archer Pine Street Band, after three streets in a Black area of their hometown of Tulsa, Oklahoma, which was targeted by a White mob during the 1921 Tulsa race massacre. They later abbreviated the name to The G.A.P. Band and...
    Russia has blocked the website that exposed President Vladimir Putin's cleaner-turned-millionaire 'mistress' and her  '£74m business empire'. Proekt, which also published a series of exposes of the country's super-wealthy elite, was blocked after it claimed, among other things, that Svetlana Krivonogikh, 46, was in a relationship with the then-married Kremlin leader before and after he first became president in 1999. It also published allegations her daughter - Elizaveta, or Luiza, now 18 - was fathered by Putin, and is his third daughter after Maria and Katerina from his marriage.  The news outlet, known in English as Project, was earlier designated by the Kremlin a 'foreign agent' and an 'undesirable organisation' - the same labels given to opposition leader Alexei Navalny's Anti-Corruption Foundation.  Proekt founder Roman Badanin, who has halted his work in Russia where he faces jail on ostensibly unrelated charges, was also labelled a 'foreign agent' over the sites's alleged US backing.  Russia's state media watchdog has blocked an investigative news website after it revealed details of Vladimir Putin's alleged former mistress and love child Proekt published claims Svetlana Krivonogikh, 46,...
    If you’re looking to enjoy a cold one on National American Beer Day, checking out a craft brewer may be a good choice.  According to the Brewers Association, a brewery is considered craft if it is a "small and independent brewer." That means the brewery produces 6 million barrels of beer or less per year and less than 25% of the brewery is owned by a non-craft brewer industry member.  Craft brewers must also make beer and have a TTB Brewer’s Notice, according to the association. BREWERS ASSOCIATION RECOGNIZES 4 ‘NEW’ BEER STYLES IN 2021 STYLE GUIDELINES At the end of 2020, there were 8,764 craft breweries in the U.S., the association says on its website. That includes 1,854 microbreweries, 3,219 brewpubs, 3,471 taproom breweries, and 220 regional craft breweries.  It’s International Beer Day, the perfect excuse to enjoy a pint from your local craft brewer. (iStock) The association also reported that 346 craft breweries closed, while 716 breweries opened in 2020.  The coronavirus pandemic hit craft breweries pretty hard in 2020, but Brewers Association Chief Economist Bart Watson...
    BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Apparently, Baltimore is pumped for pumpkins. LawnStarter, a website made to help people find lawn care, compared nearly 200 of the biggest U.S. cities to rank 2021’s Best Cities for Pumpkin Lovers. Out of 197 cities, Charm City ranked No. 14 on the list. READ MORE: Rash Field Park To Reopen In November Following RenovationsThe website ranked the cities based on accessibility and popularity using these factors: Number of pumpkin patches Farmers Markets per 100,000 Residents Bakeries per 100,000 Residents Coffee Shops per 100,000 Residents Average Monthly Google Searches for “Pumpkins” and “Pumpkin Spice” Over October Number of Pumpkin Festivals and Events Baltimore ranked No. 64 in accessibility out of 197 cities, meaning there aren’t that many pumpkin patches and bakeries around here. But the city ranked No. 8 in popularity, meaning Baltimoreans were searching frequently for “pumpkins” and “pumpkin spice,” far more than most other cities. The combined popularity and access scores got our combined ranking of 14. Do you agree that the city is full of pumpkin lovers? READ MORE: Maryland Ranks No. 11...
    Former ESPN sideline reporter Allison Williams has resurfaced on the conservative news website, Daily Wire, after leaving the sports cable giant in a dispute over its vaccine mandate. Williams, 37, will host a sports-related show for the site, which was founded by pundit Ben Shapiro in 2015. A pop-up promoting the new show described the series as 'sports without the woke.' Another slogan bragged that 'Allison Williams Did Not Comply,' with the word 'not' shown in an ESPN-style font. Former ESPN sideline reporter Allison Williams has resurfaced on the conservative news website, Daily Wire, after leaving the sports cable giant in a dispute over its vaccine mandate Williams, 37, will host a sports-related show for the site, which was founded by pundit Ben Shapiro in 2015. A pop-up promoting the new show described the series as 'sports without the woke.' Another slogan bragged that 'Allison Williams Did Not Comply,' with the word 'not' shown in an ESPN-style font (left)  Although the Daily Wire claims Williams was 'fired,' she voluntarily stepped away from the network rather than comply with Walt Disney...
    New Jersey has plenty of options for fans of Chinese cuisine — however, food blog 24/7 Wall St. has ranked one Chinese restaurant in the Garden State above all others. The Szechuan House in Hamilton was ranked by the site as the best Chinese restaurant in all of New Jersey. Located half a mile from the town’s Grounds For Sculpture, the Szechuan House is heralded not just as the state’s top Chinese joint but as the top 100 in all of the United States, its website says. “Those who love to travel and try new food will have the chance to taste authentic Chinese fare right in your own neighborhood without having to spend thousands of dollars traveling to China,” reads the restaurant's website. “We have foodie customers travel from as far as New York City and Washington DC to sample our dishes.” One look at the menu and it’s easy to see why Szechuan House is so beloved: authentic offerings range from egg rolls, lo mein and moo shu to bolder and less common options like stewed pig blood with...
    A Georgia county court overseeing the trial of Ahmaud Arbery has mistakenly exposed potential jurors to banned evidence, creating a chance for a mistrial.  Jury candidates who visited the Glynn County Superior Court website to learn about the jury duty process had easy access to all the motions filed so far on the murdered black jogger and the three suspected killers, Travis and Gregory McMichael and William 'Roddie' Bryan.'  Among the documents jurors could access was the mental health and prior criminal history records of the victim, which a judged removed as admissible evidence from the trial.  It also included evidence of Travis's truck with a Confederate flag vanity plate and how often he and his father's used their firearms. The judge has yet to decide whether these two pieces of evidence will be admissible in court. 'We are aware of that issue, and the decision about that [solutions] will be made by the judge,' Glynn County Superior Court Clerk Ronald Adams told VICE News.  Ahmaud Arbery, 25, died on February 23, 2020, while he was out for a run...
    YOU can still visit the world wide web's first page – and it's pretty awful. It went live just over 30 years ago and doesn't even have pictures. 3The first website is a valuable piece of internet historyCredit: World Wide Web / CERN 3This is the NeXT computer used by Sir Tim Berners-Lee for the first World Wide Web serverCredit: Wikimedia Commons: Coolcaesar / CERN Microcosm The website is living proof of how far the internet has come – when we look at modern apps like TikTok, Facebook and YouTube. It was originally created at CERN, the European Organisation for Nuclear Research. And it ran on a NeXT computer, invented in 1988 and sold for $6,500 apiece – about $14,200 in 2020 money. The website is aptly called The World Wide Web Project. And it was created to showcase the project that kickstarted the web as we know it today. It was created by Sir Tim Berners-Lee and went live on August 6, 1991. Most read in TechOUT OF THIS WORLD Nasa explores WiFi network on the MOON to fix...
    Saturday is National Dictionary Day and what better way to celebrate than to learn a few facts about the resource book?  The U.S. celebrates National Dictionary Day on Oct. 16 every year in honor of the birthday of Noah Webster, considered to be the father of the American dictionary, according to Merriam-Webster. According to the dictionary website, National Dictionary Day "celebrates language, emphasizes the importance of learning and encourages readers to use the dictionary to improve vocabulary." Saturday is National Dictionary Day. The U.S. celebrates the holiday on Oct. 16 every year in honor of Noah Webster’s birthday. Webster is considered the father of the American dictionary. (iStock) The website offers some ways to celebrate, including playing word games like crossword puzzles or word searches, hosting a spelling bee or learning a new word.  You can also celebrate by reading these interesting facts about the dictionary.  RARE US CONSTITUTION COPY UP FOR AUCTION EXPECTED TO FETCH $15M The first English language dictionary was created in 1604Robert Cawdry released "A Table Alphabeticall" in 1604, making it the "first single-language...
    A new report from Safewise determined the 50 safest towns in Pennsylvania, with several Daily Voice coverage area towns ranking among the top 10. The Keystone State continues to have lower crime rates than the rest of the country, and its safest cities report fewer than five crimes per 1,000 people on average, the website says citing FBI crime report data. They also detailed Pennsylvanians' concerns about violent crime, property crime, package theft, and gun violence. Here are the 10 safest towns: 1. Luzerne Township, (Fayette County) 2. Jackson Township (Luzerne County) 3. Brecknock Township (Berks County) 4. Upper Providence Township (Delaware County) 5. Buckingham Township (Bucks County) 6. Millcreek Township (Lebanon County) 7. East Brandywine Township (Chester County) 8. Lower Salford Township (Montgomery County) 9. Spring Township (Centre County) 10. West Cocalico Township (Lancaster County) Click here for the full list curated by Safewise.
    Jacob Moscovitch/Getty Images Gov. Mike Parson (R-MO) is threatening the St. Louis Post-Dispatch with criminal charges because he is apparently unable to grasp the concept of web page HTML source codes. If you’re not familiar, the source code of a web page can be viewed by anyone who knows how to find it. For example, in Google Chrome for desktop, simply right clicking on a page will give you the option to “View Page Source.” Selecting this option will allow you to view the HTML source code underlying what you see on the page. Viewing the source code is how the Post-Dispatch found a glaring security issue with a website maintained by Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education (DESE). The paper discovered teachers’ social security numbers contained in the code, though the SSNs were not clearly visible on the web pages themselves. Now the governor is furious at the Post-Dispatch, even though it alerted the DESE of the vulnerability on Tuesday, and delayed publication of its story by reporter Josh Renaud until the pages were removed. As the paper...
    Virginia Democratic gubernatorial nominee Terry McAuliffe falsely claimed on Thursday that “the only thing” on the campaign website of his Republican opponent, Glenn Youngkin, is “about election integrity.” During an appearance on MSNBC’s Andrea Mitchell Reports, McAuliffe, who served as Virginia’s governor between 2014 and 2018 but couldn’t run for re-election to a consecutive second term due to Virginia law, said that “the only thing on [Youngkin’s] website has been election integrity. Not jobs or education.” “And he has doubled down on all this Trump insanity, on conspiracy theories about the 2020 election,” he continued. “He said the other day he wants Virginia’s machines to be audited. It’s all this craziness from Trump and the conspiracy theories. And that’s just not who we are as Virginians.” If McAuliffe or his team spent a few seconds on Youngkin’s campaign website, he or they would find that it highlights issues other than election integrity, including whole sections dedicated to both jobs and education. Watch above, via MSNBC. Have a tip we should know? tips@mediaite.com
    Prince Harry and Meghan Markle today announced they are moving into banking by putting money into an investment firm called Ethic, whose owners are self-styled 'hippies' managing a $1.3billion Wall Street fund. The Sussexes, who experts believe are well on the way to building a $1billion brand in the US, have been appointed 'impact partners' at Ethic, a New York-based fintech asset manager pumping money into companies with what they deem acceptable environmental and social goals.  Harry and Meghan's latest move into big business came after their deals with Netflix and Spotify and the couple announced their latest tie-up with a statement that said: 'When we invest in each other we change the world'. Ethic claims to only invest in businesses that meet its 'social responsibility criteria', including on racial justice, climate issues and workplace standards including equal and fair pay.  In a joint interview with the New York Times, Meghan, a multi-millionaire former actress, said: 'From the world I come from, you don't talk about investing, right? You don't have the luxury to invest. That sounds so fancy.'She added: 'My husband...
    There's a new On The Border restaurant coming to Ocean County Mall in 2022, the 6th to open in New Jersey. The other five popular Mexican eateries from the Texas-based chain are in Mount Laurel, New Brunswick, Paramus, Princeton and Woodland Park. The chain's Tex-Mex restaurants have been cooking up specialties since 1982 and are located in 114 communities nationwide. The Ocean County Mall website announces the expected opening date for the new On The Border in Toms River as Feb. 28, 2022. "From using mesquite-wood grills to sear special marinades into our fajitas to crafting margaritas, chips, salsa, guacamole and tortillas by hand daily, we take pride in serving authentic Border-Style meals in generous portions," the new restaurant's website boasts.
    A WOMAN has accidentally exposed her fella's naked picture as she leaves a review of her latest outfit. As she was giving an insight into her opinion of an outfit from Shien, the woman ended up sharing too much. 2The woman did not realise what was visible in her selfieCredit: Facebook Not realising what her selfie included, the woman posed in front of the naked man who barely had his with his privates covered. The woman uploaded the picture of "her outfit" to the website in the 'reviews' section on the website. Behind her, the man is completely naked, but holding up a pair of jeans which luckily hides his modesty. Overlooking what was happening in the back of her selfie, the woman uploaded the photo to Shien's website with the caption "Very soft and cosy." The review has received 1468 votes for being "helpful" on the online clothing site. After spotting the picture when shopping online, one woman shared the review on Facebook with the caption "SHEIN'S reviews are crazy." People have responded in hysterics with one commenting...
    If you want southern-smoky food and vegan treats this Pittsburgh restaurant has you covered. YinzBurgh is known for bringing southern flavor to Western Pennsylvania. A standout dish is the Chili-Q, which Yelp reviewers describe as a cross between baked beans and chili, according to Eat This, Not That. The restaurant also offered vegan options like smoked tofu and collard greens. YinzBurgh BBQ is located at 4903 Baum Boulevard and is open Tuesday through Thur day 5 to 8:30 p.m., Friday 5 to 9 p.m. and Saturday 4 to 9 p.m. You can find the menu on the YinzBurgh website. For more favorite chili restaurants in other states, you can check out Eat This, Not That's full article here.
    Nothing beats a hearty bowl of chili, and according to a popular food blog, one New Jersey restaurant offers some of the best in the states. Arthur’s Tavern in Morris Plains is said to serve the best chili in the Garden State, according to EatThis.com. Arthur’s Tavern is primarily known for its self-proclaimed “giant” steaks and “overstuffed” sandwiches. But at $8.95 a bowl, the restaurant’s chili is topped with generous portions of scallions and cheese, making it a warm and delicious appetizer or even a full meal. The fall favorite can also be piled high atop an order of Arthur's classic nachos. Click here to view EatThis.com’s list of the best chili in every state.
    The January 6 insurrection should have discouraged Americans from having anything to do with the Oath Keepers, one of the far-right groups that violently attacked the U.S. Capitol Building in the hope of preventing Congress from certifying now-President Joe Biden's Electoral College victory over then-President Donald Trump. Instead, hundreds of people have since joined the extremist militia group, according to Guardian reporter Jason Wilson. Wilson reports that "hacked materials from" the Oath Keepers' website "show that hundreds of people either joined or renewed their membership after many of the group's members participated in the attack on the Capitol on 6 January." According to Wilson, "The post-Capitol attack membership surge is evident in payment records from the Oath Keepers website. They show that 801 people either joined the organization or made donations after 4 January, when founder Stewart Rhodes posted an article on the website headlined 'Oath Keepers Deploying to DC to Protect Events, Speakers, & Attendees on Jan 5-6: Time to Stand!' But almost all of that number — 788 altogether — joined or donated after Oath Keepers members participated...
    On October 1, 2021, Slack users were experiencing outages with the messaging platform. Hundreds of users complained that their messages were lagging, or wouldn't send at all. 1Slack has been down for United States east coast users on September 17, 2021Credit: Alamy Is Slack down? How to check if the website is offline Slack users in the United States, Canada, Denmark, and Germany reported that Slack was not working for them on October 1, 2021. According to the website Downdetector, at least 43 percent of complainers are experiencing issues with the app. Another 37 percent are struggling to even get on the website, while 20 percent complained about their server connection. A live outage map showed that the issues predominantly occurred in northern American - namely the cities of Boston and Toronto. Statistics show that the outages began to happen around the night before on September 30th. You can check the status of Slack, as well as other services like Twitter, Facebook and Instagram, on website DownDetector. What did people say about the Slack outage? Users took to the...
    Hacker group Anonymous has released a massive trove of names, passwords and addresses of far-right website administrators, that experts are calling the 'Panama Papers of hate groups'. The intrusion targeted Epik, a Washington-based domain registrar that provides a safe haven to far-right websites, some of whom had been turned away from more mainstream web hosting services. The 150 gigabytes of data are a 'who's who' of Internet - and real-life - trolls. Epik has hosted QAnon home base 8chan, neo-Nazi news site The Daily Stormer and the far-right social media platforms Gab and Parler. Experts say that the vast amount of data could take years to sift through.  'It's massive. It may be the biggest domain-style leak I've seen and, as an extremism researcher, it's certainly the most interesting,' Elon University computer science professor Megan Squire told the Washington Post. 'It's an embarrassment of riches - stress on the embarrassment.'  The Anonymous data breach targeted Epik, a domain registrar known for hosting websites that promote far-right conspiracy theories like QAnon. Above, a QAnon rally in New York in 2020...
    Getty A recently installed surveillance camera stands on the East Front of the U.S. Capitol on September 17, 2021. The Justice for J6 rally is happening on Saturday, September 18 in Washington, D.C., with multiple other locations hosting related events. According to the website, the event is supporting nonviolent offenders who were charged in the January 6 Capitol riot and the event itself intended to be nonviolent. Here are the details about when the event is taking place, along with related events in other locations.The Event Is Taking Place at Union Square from 12-1:15 PM EasternJustice for J6 is taking place from 12 p.m. to 1:15 p.m. Eastern at Union Square, between 1st and 3rd Streets NW/SW, according to Look Ahead America’s website. A map of the event’s location is included on the webpage and also shown in the tweet below. Here is Look Ahead America's Attendee Guidance for the #JusticeforJ6 Rally on Saturday, September 18 at noon at the US Capitol. For more information, go to https://t.co/kKZkynFdZE. pic.twitter.com/3yfLfR4dxo — Matt Braynard (@MattBraynard) September 10, 2021 On...
    BALTIMORE (WJZ) — According to Yelp, Baltimore is home to one of the best bourbon bars in the country. In celebration of National Bourbon Heritage Month, which is September, the popular review and travel website ranked the 20 top bourbon bars in the country, and threw in five Canadian bars too. READ MORE: Maryland Attorney General Frosh Offers Support For DOJ Challenge Of Texas Abortion Law Barfly’s is a laid-back bar in the Riverside neighborhood boasting over 650 whiskeys, bourbon and scotches, according to the business’s website. The bar ranked 19 on Yelps list of spots to visit. READ MORE: Child Tax Credit: September Payments Arriving In Parents Bank Accounts If you’re feeling hungry, the bar also serves pizza. MORE NEWS: Four Injured, One Critically, In Fire At Edgemere Senior Living Apartments Yelp picked the bars based on reviews, and Barfly’s sits alongside spots in New York City, Seattle and of the titan of bourbon production, Kentucky.
    The Texas Republican Party's website is back up after being penetrated and commandeered over the weekend by hacktivist group Anonymous, who used the site to protest the state's embattled abortion ban. According to the Dallas Morning News, members of Anonymous replaced the site's webpages with pro-choice and anti-Republican rhetoric, posting the words "Planned Parenthood" and "Ted Cruz is the Zodiac killer," an internet meme that first surfaced back in 2015. Anonymous also inserted images of various Pokémon, linked their YourAnonNews Twitter account, and provided the party with a new mission statement: "F***ng Over Women." The attack is apparently part of a long-term crusade dubbed "Operation Jane," launched earlier this month to disrupt the enforcement of the Texas' new abortion law. The measure makes it illegal for Lone Star residents to provide or recieve an abortion past six weeks into pregnancy – before most women even know they are pregnant – and deputizes private citizens to sue offenders for at least $10,000. "Texas: Taking voices from women to promote theocratic erosion of church/state barriers," the site read for...
    Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have paid tribute to the victims of 9/11 on the 20th anniversary of the attack by changing their Archwell website to show the names of the almost 3,000 people that lost their lives. The Duke and Duchess' homepage was blacked out on Saturday with nothing but white text reading 'In Memoriam, September 11, 2001' followed by rows of the names of the victims. The attack on New York City on September 11, 2001 claimed the lives of 2,977 victims across four sites - the two World Trade Center towers, The Pentagon and where Flight 93 crashed in Pennsylvania. In addition, the 19 terrorists involved in the attacks on the day were killed. Their names were not included on the Archwell homepage memorial.  Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have paid tribute to the victims of 9/11 on the 20th anniversary of the attack by changing their Archwell website to show the names of the almost 3,000 people that lost their lives (pictured)  The Duke and Duchess' homepage was blacked out on Saturday with nothing but...
    Washington (CNN)False claims went viral on Friday about Air Force pilots and the Pentagon's Covid-19 vaccine mandate for members of the military. In a video monologue that has been viewed more than 1.1 million times on Twitter, a bodybuilder named Justin Y. O'Donnell claimed that "my dad just let me know" that the secretary of defense had sent a nighttime text message to all active members of the military demanding that they get a Covid-19 vaccination by 10 a.m. the next day or face a court martial. After receiving this text, O'Donnell claimed, "Twelve F-22 pilots, the most highly trained pilots in the world, walked off the job." He added that "16 crew members for B-52 bombers walked off the job." Facts First: The viral story is thoroughly false. In fact, it originated on a misinformation website that publishes ridiculous fiction written to read like actual news. There was no mass text message from Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin about Covid-19 vaccinations; a Defense Department spokesman, Charlie Dietz, told CNN on Friday that Austin has "never sent any kind...
    FORMER UFC star Paige VanZant has oiled up in some behind-the-scenes footage of what will be going on her private fan website. VanZant, 27, set up her own fansite, which she aptly called PaigeFanZant.com, last February as an additional source of income. View this post on Instagram A post shared by Paige VanZant (@paigevanzant) 2Vanzant has earnt a great deal of money from her websiteCredit: Instagram @paigevanzant And she has teased her latest bit of content by getting oiled up in a yellow bikini. The clip was posted on her Instagram in a bid to entice more people to pay for the content on her exclusive website. The site has proven to be a huge hit, so much so her earnings from it have eclipsed her UFC paydays and her lucrative deal with Bare Knuckle Fighting Championship. The 27-year-old said: "I will say when I signed with BKFC, the bare-knuckle boxing, I was making more money than I had made in my entire UFC career. “Now I’m making more money than my entire BKFC contract in like a month. It’s pretty crazy.” After...
    A FOURTH stimulus check isn't certain and the child tax credit monthly payments end in December, but your state may actually still owe you money. There is a possibility that your state is holding some of your money from uncashed checks or bonds or even the contents of a box deposit. 1Your state may be holding some of your money in unclaimed checksCredit: Getty Images - Getty New York State, for example, is returning as much as $1.5million to its residents every day – a total of $283million for this year. You can find out if your state is holding onto any of your unclaimed money by checking the National Association of Unclaimed Property Administrators, which offers links to official state websites. Once on the unclaimed money site, all you have to do is select your state and you'll be sent to the appropriate website. Then you'll have to click on the option to check your unclaimed property, which varies depending on the website. On California's website, for example, the button says "Search for Unclaimed Property," and in Texas' it...
    By: KDKA-TV News Staff CRANBERRY TOWNSHIP (KDKA) – Coraopolis-based DICK’s Sporting Goods has opened a new store aiming to explore and protect the outdoors. READ MORE: Canon-McMillan School Board Meeting Adjourned After Some People Refused To Wear Masks The store is called “Public Lands” and it’s located in Cranberry Township at Cranberry Square. READ MORE: Life In The Fast Lane: As Drivers Return To The Road, GHSA Says Speeding Becoming A Huge Issue “We believe these national treasures are meant to be explored by everyone, protected and celebrated so they may live on for generations,” DICK’s said on its website. “With this in mind, we work to enable every community to get outside, explore, and push boundaries while protecting our public lands.” MORE NEWS: Third Shot Timeline: FDA Says They May Need More Time To Approve COVID-19 Boosters The new store is now open. To learn more or look at job opportunities, visit their website.
                        Members of one organization said a shortage of cash and a surplus of anti-black policies generates poverty, and they want to prove that theory by handing out generous sums of money throughout North Nashville. Members of that group, Moving Nashville Forward, said on their website that Nashville residents must reassess how they treat the destitute. They said they have raised more than $250,000 from Nashville residents and will use that money to create a Guaranteed Basic Income (GBI). Group members tweeted that in November they will distribute $1,000 per month to 25 families in the 37208 zip code, which includes Germantown. “We’re starting in North Nashville because Nashville dead-ended it by building I-40 through its heart. Anti-Black policy and racist city planning created the conditions of poverty in North Nashville. Today, we can begin to heal this harm,” Moving Nashville Forward members said. Anyone in the area who makes less than $40,000 a year may qualify, group members tweeted last week. Metro Nashville Council member Freddie O’Connell tweeted...
    A website that allowed people to report violations of Texas' extreme new anti-abortion law has been taken down for a second time after its new web host said it violated its terms of service.  Anti-abortion lobbying group Texas Right to Life had set up the site ProLifeWhistleblower.com to allow people to report on those providing or receiving abortions in violation of the state's law that bans all abortions past six weeks of pregnancy. It went into effect last week after the Supreme Court upheld the law.  Quickly, however, the site ran into trouble, and on Thursday its original web host GoDaddy informed the group that its abortion tip function violated its terms of service, and gave it 24 hours to find a new host. Now, Epik, the web hosting company that Texas Right to Life turned to as an alternative has also said the site also violates its terms of service, and is refusing to host it. ProLifeWhistleblower.com, (pictured) a website designed to collect anonymous tips about people receiving or performing abortions in Texas, was taken down for the...
    Washington, DC (CNN)GoDaddy took down a website that allowed people to post tips about possible Texas abortions, in the latest example of businesses pushing back against the state's new law.A Texas law that bans abortion providers from carrying out terminations after fetal cardiac activity is detected, which is typically about six weeks into a pregnancy, went into effect this week after the Supreme Court opted not to intervene.The web hosting service took down the site at about 8 pm Friday, according to Texas Right to Life, the organization that launched the website. GoDaddy did not respond to requests for comment, but said in a tweet Friday that it "informed the website owner yesterday that they have violated GoDaddy's terms of service and have 24 hours to move to a different provider." Explainer: What is the Texas abortion ban and why does it matter? "We will not be silenced," Kimberlyn Schwartz, the director of media and communication for Texas Right to Life said in a statement sent to CNN. "If anti-Lifers want to take our website down, we'll put it back...
    A leak inquiry was under way last night to establish how ‘full’ details of what will happen in the ten days after the Queen’s death came to be published on a news website. There was said to be ‘deep frustration’ at Buckingham Palace over what was widely seen as a hugely indiscreet and tactless confidentiality breach in Whitehall, particularly so soon after the death of the Duke of Edinburgh in April. Official plans for the Queen’s death and funeral have long been in place and are frequently updated and rehearsed, but they have largely been treated with respectful discretion. The Politico website claimed to have obtained the ‘full extent’ of Operation London Bridge. Its report added: ‘The Queen, who is 95 years old, is in good health by all accounts and there is no suggestion these plans have been revisited with any urgency.’ A leak inquiry was under way last night to establish how ‘full’ details of what will happen in the ten days after the Queen’s death came to be published on a news website Royal officials declined...
    Joel Martinez/The Monitor via AP Fight disinformation. Get a daily recap of the facts that matter. Sign up for the free Mother Jones newsletter.Users are flooding a website designed for reporting people who violate Texas’s new anti-abortion laws with fake tips. The website was set up by Texas Right to Life to help enforce the new and draconian restrictions on abortion that the US Supreme Court refused to halt.   The new law bans all abortions—including in cases of rape or incest—after six weeks, a period in which many women aren’t even aware that they’re pregnant. It also circumvents many legal challenges by allowing abortion providers and anyone who aids someone seeking an abortion to be sued by private citizens, who can potentially be rewarded with $10,000 plus legal fees. The Texas Right to Life organization created a website for those reports. But instead of citizens, say,  reporting on the Uber driver who drove a woman to a clinic, critics of the law are spamming it with a barrage of fake information. Gov. Greg Abbott and Marvel’s Avengers are among those being...