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    WITH the ghost of our Christmas past hanging over us, no wonder we’re all desperate for festivity this year. But many fear the Omicron Covid variant means plans may not be straightforward. 5Here, we answer key questions to help ensure everyone, from grans to kids, has a Covid-safe ChristmasCredit: Shutterstock Early findings suggest existing vaccines should work. But masks are again mandatory in shops and on public transport — prompting fears of tougher steps to come. In the last week, I have been flooded with reader questions about how to stay safe at Christmas. The good news is, a few simple steps and honest chats mean we can all get round the dinner table safely. Here I answer key questions to help ensure everyone, from grans to kids, has a Covid-safe Christmas.  5A few simple steps and honest chats mean we can all get round the dinner table safely, says Dr ZoeCredit: Lancton Q) IS it OK to ask my guests to take a lateral flow test the day before they come? A) Absolutely. You are family and   it’s...
    (ViacomCBS) – VH1 presents Hip Hop Family Christmas airing Monday, December 6th at 9PM ET/PT. Hip Hop Family Christmas stars Keri Hilson, Ne-Yo, Terrence J, Serayah, MC Lyte, Redman and more in a film telling the story of Hip-Hop’s most famous family after they agree to participate in a live Christmas television special to address negative press and soften their image. CBS‘ Matt Weiss spoke to Hilson about Hip Hop Family Christmas and her own personal favorite Christmas movies. READ MORE: University Of Maryland, Men's Basketball Coach Mutually Agree To Part Ways, School SaysMW- Hi Keri! Hip Hop Family Christmas comes to VH1 on Monday, December 6th and alongside yourself we have executive produced by Jamie Foxx and also stars Ne-Yo, Serayah and Terrence J to name a few. How much fun wasn’t working with this group? KH- So fun! First of all, we were in the Christmas spirit already and Terrence J would bring his boombox and set it off to the side so when they would yell cut he would play a Christmas song and he really got us in...
    BALTIMORE (WJZ) — The Baltimore Animal Rescue & Care Shelter is seeking public donations for its nearly depleted Franky Fund, which pays for emergency care of the more than 800 animals who need treatment each year. In the last 30 days, the fund has run low as 72 animals have required emergency medical care, BARCS said. That need became even greater recently as the shelter took in a dog that was struck by a car in Gwynn Oak over the Thanksgiving holiday weekend. READ MORE: Charging Documents Say Evelyn Player Died Defending Herself, Police Found Suspect Through DNAThe ordeal left the dog, affectionately known as Butter Bee, with a broken jaw. At first, she was in such poor shape that rescuers didn’t know if her condition would improve. But after a few days, her outlook has gotten better, and she had surgery Thursday. Since then, the shelter has been able to track down the dog’s owner. It turns out Butter Bee, whose real name is Lydia, went missing from her family’s home two years ago. Lydia’s owner, Virginia, took the...
    CHICAGO (WLS) -- ABC7's Great Chicago Light Fight is back! Bragging rights are again up for grabs as we showcase local homeowners showing off their holiday spirit.You can enter the Great Chicago Light Fight by submitting a video of your home's holiday display using the form at the bottom of this page.Please only submit video of your own home. Entries will be accepted until Thursday, Dec. 9 at 12 p.m.Then, we'll narrow down the finalists and you'll be able to vote for your favorite starting Friday, Dec. 10.The winner will be revealed on ABC7 Eyewitness News This Morning on Friday, Dec. 17.Want to see what it takes to win? Take a look back on past Great Chicago Light Fight winners here:2020 Champions: Todd and Jen Scheuerman of Elmhurst 2019 Champions: Kowalczyk family of Tinley Park2018 Champions: Steffen family of Newark2017 Champion: Tim Herzog of Round LakeENTER ABC7'S GREAT CHICAGO LIGHT FIGHT
    Newsmax’s Eric Bolling shared a number of disturbingly hateful messages he received over a recent segment where he accused President Joe Biden of not doing enough to enforce the law. The segment in question showed Bolling proclaiming that “In Biden’s America, Black Friday isn’t negative, it’s positive because everything is free.” Bolling made the claim during a snarky segment about the smash-and-grab robberies witnessed across the U.S. in recent days. “America’s back, baby!” Bolling exclaimed with clear sarcasm. He went on by ripping Biden’s Thanksgiving message to Al Roker, plus the president’s holiday getaway to Nantucket “while the regular folks like us struggle with the most expensive Thanksgiving in history.” Bolling made it clear he was being hyperbolic, even as he chalked up the lawlessness to “Biden’s America.” Nonetheless, it was enough for some people to send venomous criticism his way, one of which was an email that cruelly referenced the death of Bolling’s son from a drug overdose. You said on Newsmax: “In Biden’s America, Black Friday isn’t negative, it’s positive because everything is free.” You’re a fucking idiot....
    Her Christian faith was unshaken, and she obeyed Jesus' commands to love God and to love others as herself. She volunteered with Restoration Ministries in Shamokin, Pennsylvania, distributing food to those in need. Jessica was sweet, and she was kind and helpful. Everyone who met her loved her. Many tears were shed for her from relatives and friends at the funeral. She is remembered well by all who knew her. This year, the Thanksgiving celebration in my family is tinged by sadness, because we loved Jessica and we miss her greatly. But we are nevertheless grateful to God for the life that she lived, for the joy she brought us, for the service she gave to others out of love for them. We are glad that we can gather together to remember Jessica and give thanks to God for the blessing that she was to each of us, and to many more. We are also thankful for the doctors and health care workers, who valiantly fought to save her life and the lives of many others. And for...
    BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Looking for a new addition to your family? Meet Bandit, this week’s WJZ Furever Friend. Bandit is a Labrador-hound mix who’s ready to find his forever home. This puppy is being fostered, so he’s working on crate training, walking on a leash and socialization. READ MORE: Feeling Festive? The Festival Of Trees Returns This WeekendWe’re told he’s as sweet as they come and he gets along well with the other dog at his foster home. READ MORE: Child Struck & Killed By Marc Train Wednesday AfternoonThe ideal home for Bandit would be with an owner or family who have lots of time and patience because he’s just a puppy. MORE NEWS: The Surprising Reason Why Ocean Spray Cranberry Sauce Labels Are Upside-DownIf that sounds like a good fit, then reach out to Animal Allies Rescue Foundation in Baltimore.
    BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Today is all about making sure you get to your Thanksgiving location and have what you need to make it a delicious one. Whether it’s eggs, spices or maybe even a Baltimore-exclusive pie, many are spending Wednesday picking up some last-minute items for the Thanksgiving table. Rachel: Tell us what do you have here? READ MORE: Chief Hyatt After Baltimore County's Record 50th Homicide: 'This Level Of Violence Is Incomprehensible'Lourdes Hyatt, shopping: “This is just some last-minute shopping to top off the thanksgiving dinner tomorrow.” Rachel: What are some of your thanksgiving plans and how will these last-minute items factor in? Shanna Hines, shopping: “I’m just going to be spending time with family. So, I’m going to be doing a lot of cooking, baking and will contribute a good portion of the food to our meal.” And what is thanksgiving without the proper dessert? There were long lines outside Dangerously Delicious Pies in Canton, which is filling orders all day long. READ MORE: LIST: Here’s Some Baltimore Restaurants That Will Be Open On Thanksgiving“Just getting a few...
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    Kourtney Kardashian has answered the age-old question of what to get the person who has everything: a $15,000 football table and a $12,000 home-cooked dinner.  The over-the-top gifts are just two of many lavish present ideas featured by the 42-year-old reality star in her 2021 holiday guide, which also includes a $5,000 plant subscription and a host of pricey designer items.     From 'sustainable finds' to 'over-the-top experiences,' Kourtney said her list has 'something for everyone - even the most difficult friend to shop for.' '‘Tis the season … of gift-giving. Our favorite time of year calls for festive get-togethers with family and friends and fabulous gifts to give and receive,' the 42-year-old reality star wrote on her website, Poosh.  'Don’t stress because we’ve made it simple with our massive guide. From stocking stuffers to sustainable finds, affordable keepsakes to over-the-top experiences, our Poosh-approved gift guide has something for everyone - even the most difficult friend to shop for. 'The only thing left to do is figure out who made it onto your holiday list. Ready, set, shop.'  Kourtney Kardashian has shared...
    The holidays are upon us. Thanksgiving is right around the corner, with Hanukkah, Christmas and Kwanzaa following in quick succession. It’s a stressful time of year when times are normal — and the second year of the pandemic is anything but normal, especially when combined with inflation, gas prices, food and toy shortages, and shipping delays. For help in coping, CNN reached out to stress management expert Dr. Cynthia Ackrill, an editor for Contentment magazine, produced by The American Institute of Stress. This conversation has been lightly edited for clarity. CNN: Why are holidays typically so stressful, even in normal times, and what can we do to reduce that pressure? Dr. Cynthia Ackrill: We have a lot of expectations as to what we’re supposed to do or feel, right? We have catalogs that show us we need to have the perfect kind of a nice home, decorated to the hilt for the holidays. We believe that we should have happy families where everyone gets along. We try to do too much, we spend too much, all with an unrealistic expectation...
    (CNN)The holidays are upon us. Thanksgiving is right around the corner, with Hanukkah, Christmas and Kwanzaa following in quick succession. Should you go to Thanksgiving dinner with your unvaccinated uncle? Experts help make the decisionIt's a stressful time of year when times are normal -- and the second year of the pandemic is anything but normal, especially when combined with inflation, gas prices, food and toy shortages, and shipping delays.For help in coping, CNN reached out to stress management expert Dr. Cynthia Ackrill, an editor for Contentment magazine, produced by The American Institute of Stress.This conversation has been lightly edited for clarity.CNN: Why are holidays typically so stressful, even in normal times, and what can we do to reduce that pressure?Read MoreDr. Cynthia Ackrill: We have a lot of expectations as to what we're supposed to do or feel, right? We have catalogs that show us we need to have the perfect kind of a nice home, decorated to the hilt for the holidays. We believe that we should have happy families where everyone gets along. We try to...
    CELEBRITIES BORN ON THIS DAY: Rachel McAdams, 43; David Ramsey, 50; Danny DeVito, 77; Martin Scorsese, 79. Danny Devito (Photoby Stuart C. Wilson/Getty Images)  Happy Birthday: Pull yourself together, and get your priorities straight. You can gain ground if you run a tight ship and refuse to let others interfere with your plans. Discipline and dedication will help you overcome obstacles and recognize who and what is to your advantage. Your passionate attitude will gain support, and self-satisfaction will evolve from knowing you did your very best. Your numbers are 4, 18, 22, 27, 32, 36, 44. ARIES (March 21-April 19): Take good care of your health. Pay attention to detail and how you present yourself at work or when dealing with anyone in a position of power. How you conduct yourself will determine how well others receive you and your ideas. 3 stars TAURUS (April 20-May 20): Emotions will be difficult to control. Don’t get bent out of shape because of what others do or say. Keep a positive attitude, and you’ll find it easier to convince others to...
    THE Internal Revenue Service (IRS) is sending out another round of child tax credit payments today – we explain how much eligible families will get. For many, this will mark the fifth tranche of child tax credit payments that they will receive. 1How much you get could depend on various different factors - we break them down To qualify for the payments, couples need to make less than $150,000 and single parents who file as heads of households need to make under $112,500. Assuming you qualify, we explain below how much your family will potentially get. How much you will get could depend on various factors – but it’s possible some will see thousands deposited in their bank accounts. A traditional family with one or two children Those with children under the age of six are eligible for monthly payments of $300. For each child aged six to 17, families will get $250. Many families with children under 18 would likely get monthly payments of between $250 and $600. Most read in MoneyCASH TO COME Child tax credit payments coming TODAY as IRS warns...
    Holiday gatherings may present an opportunity to talk to your parents about important money issues, such as estate planning or long-term care. The need to discuss this stuff may feel particularly acute if you don’t see your folks often or these are the first holidays you’ll be together since the pandemic started. Tread carefully, though, because these discussions can easily go wrong. Diligent preparation, the right approach and a respectful attitude can help your family tackle potentially uncomfortable subjects without ruining the holiday, advises Amy Goyer, AARP’s national family and caregiving expert. Ideally, families would talk “early and often” about issues related to aging, she says. The more remote or theoretical the topic, the easier it can be to discuss. For example, talking about how to pay for assisted living or a home health aide may be less fraught when the need is hypothetical than when your parent has just fallen down the stairs or is in the hospital. “Finances are hard to talk about, much less in some kind of a crisis,” Goyer says. Most U.S. adults say there...
    (CNN)When you become a parent, you look at your baby and feel a mix of overwhelming love deep in your bones, and absolute terror, knowing that this fragile life is depending on you. From that moment on, you see the world differently. Every step, every street corner, every bite of food is a danger that you never even noticed before. So, we buy baby gates and cover our electrical outlets. We wrestle them into car seats no matter how much they complain. We make them eat their vegetables and stuff them in winter coats and scarves until they can barely walk. We hold their hands to cross the street and teach them to always look both ways. Dr. Jill Biden Then, after bedtime -- when we're exhausted from the day and sure that if we hear, "can I have a glass of water" one more time, we will descend into a permanent madness -- we quietly close their bedroom door and feel a pang of gratitude. We know that those dinner complaints and bedtime negotiations mean that they are healthy...
    (CNN)As Thanksgiving approaches, many of us are already preparing our menus for the holiday. Some of you may be pulling grandma's braciole recipe steeped in tomato sauce or that creamy garlic mash that your mom has made every Thanksgiving. Or you may still be undecided about roasting a turkey or frying one.Whatever it is you are cooking, you likely have memorable stories about the food you or your family have prepared and the recipes that have been passed on from generation to generation. Whatever your story may be, we would like to hear from you.Please tell us your story in the form below. We may follow up on some responses for upcoming stories.
    CHICAGO (CBS) — When it comes to love and marriage, this couple is doing more than acting the part. 2’s Got Your Ticket and this week entertainment reporter Vince Gerasole learns how a pair of actors, starring in separate shows on opposite sides of town, are keeping it all together. READ MORE: Report On Anjanette Young Raid Called For Suspension For Officer Ella French, Who Was Later Shot And Killed; Her Brother Is FuriousIf you work in the same profession, is your better half your best critic? Your biggest fan? Or a little of both? To find out, meet the Rostons. Kelvin Roston, Jr. is starring as “Othello” in the Shakespeare tragedy at Court Theatre. In the meantime, Alexis J. Roston is making heavenly music as “Deloris Van Cartier” in the Mercury Theatre production’s of “Sister Act.” They do run lines with one another because it’s all part of the job. “Absolutely,” said Kelvin Roston. “We say ‘hey babe, will you run these lines with me?’ But, you know, it’s less of a request and more of ‘it’s time to...
    IPHONE thieves have uncovered a new way to break into stolen devices, according to a report. Crooks are said to be tricking users into handing over their Apple ID in order to bypass settings that lock intruders out of the pricey devices. 2Thieves have uncovered a new way to break into stolen iPhonesCredit: Alamy If your iPhone is lost or has been stolen, Apple allows you to secure it by remotely activating "Lost Mode" by logging in to iCloud on another gadget. It ensures that others cannot access your personal information and cannot wipe your mobile by activating a factory reset. Crooks are constantly on the hunt for new ways to bypass Lost Mode in order to make the most of their stolen goods. It appears they've stumbled upon a new one, according to a report published this week by IndiaToday. The news magazine tells the story of New Delhi resident Vedant Khanduja who had their iPhone 12 snatched from their hands while waiting at a roadside. They used Find My – Apple's tracking app that helps you find lost...
    Jashyah Moore: New Jersey teen, who went missing nearly a month ago, has been found in New York COP26 draft agreement published on final day includes unprecedented reference to fossil fuels © Astrofame Pisces You may be particularly concerned with unification in your family at the moment. At least in astrological terms, you are very close to your family. If you have many siblings, it wouldn't be surprising to see you propose starting a family newsletter, just to keep everyone abreast of one another. All your aunts, uncles, cousins, second cousins and beyond would embrace this idea! Gain the insight and clarity you deserve with the help of our experts.
    AS the Christmas season approaches, Brits are getting into the festive spirit once more. Experts have however warned that getting your flu jab is imperative this year to keep your loved ones safe this December. 1One expert has urged Brits to go out and get their flu jabs as soon as possible to have a safer ChristmasCredit: Alamy December is just weeks away and with it comes gift exchanges with friends and family, Christmas parties and travelling for miles to spend time with those most important to us. But this year, you should make sure November 17 is firmly in your calendar as this is the date experts say you should book in for your flu jab to ensure you are fully protected in time for December and the start of the festive season. Boots UK’s Chief Pharmacist Marc Donovan said flu cases in the UK are highest between December and March. He explained: "The flu vaccine stimulates the immune system to respond to it by producing antibodies against the flu virus. "The antibodies stay in your body so...
    Michigan Republican Rep. Fred Upton revealed a voicemail that included death threats against him and his family shortly after voting for the bipartisan infrastructure bill. Upton, the dean of Michigan’s congressional delegation, told CNN’s Anderson Cooper Tuesday night that a person left a message saying “I hope you die.” “I hope everybody in your fucking family dies,” the voicemail reportedly said, going on to call Upton a “fucking piece of shit traitor.” “These are very disturbing, adult language,” Upton added, saying that it was not an isolated incident. “To say the least, that truly is frightening.” Upton was one of 13 House Republicans who voted for the infrastructure bill late Friday. The bill devotes $1.2 trillion over the next decade towards improving roads, bridges, waterways, ports, rural broadband and more, and it passed the Senate in August with 19 Republicans joining all Democrats. (RELATED: House Sends Infrastructure Bill To Biden’s Desk After 11th-Hour Agreement Between Liberals, Moderates) Rep. Fred Upton and fellow members of the Problem Solvers Caucus during a news conference. The caucus, co-led by Democratic Rep. Josh Gottheimer, consistently...
    Originally Published: 03 NOV 21 11:09 ET By Madeline Holcombe, CNN (CNN) — Families are getting an early gift this holiday season: the chance to protect their children between the ages of 5 and 11 against Covid-19 through vaccination. For many, the winter holidays mean gathering with family and friends from near and far to share meals and quality time, situations that can quickly lead to the spread of Covid-19 — especially for those who are unvaccinated. Until now, vaccines were only available to children age 12 or older. Then Tuesday, the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommended a version of Pfizer-BioNTech’s vaccine for children 5 to 11 years old. Last week, the US Food and Drug Administration gave emergency use authorization for the Pfizer dose for 5- to 11-year-olds, about one-third the amount used in vaccines for adolescents and adults, and injections could be available quickly. Many doctors, including Dr. Diego Chaves-Gnecco, an associate professor of pediatrics at the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh, are encouraging their patients’ parents to vaccinate...
    (CNN) — Families are getting an early gift this holiday season: the chance to protect their children between the ages of 5 and 11 against Covid-19 through vaccination. For many, the winter holidays mean gathering with family and friends from near and far to share meals and quality time, situations that can quickly lead to the spread of Covid-19 — especially for those who are unvaccinated. READ MORE: Baltimore Man, 25, Killed In Essex CrashUntil now, vaccines were only available to children age 12 or older. Then Tuesday, the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommended a version of Pfizer-BioNTech’s vaccine for children 5 to 11 years old. Last week, the US Food and Drug Administration gave emergency use authorization for the Pfizer dose for 5- to 11-year-olds, about one-third the amount used in vaccines for adolescents and adults, and injections could be available quickly. Many doctors, including Dr. Diego Chaves-Gnecco, an associate professor of pediatrics at the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh, are encouraging their patients’ parents to vaccinate as soon as possible...
    (CNN)Families are getting an early gift this holiday season: the chance to protect their children between the ages of 5 and 11 against Covid-19 through vaccination.For many, the winter holidays mean gathering with family and friends from near and far to share meals and quality time, situations that can quickly lead to the spread of Covid-19 -- especially for those who are unvaccinated.Until now, vaccines were only available to children age 12 or older. Then Tuesday, the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommended a version of Pfizer-BioNTech's vaccine for children 5 to 11 years old. Last week, the US Food and Drug Administration gave emergency use authorization for the Pfizer dose for 5- to 11-year-olds, about one-third the amount used in vaccines for adolescents and adults, and injections could be available quickly. Shots begin Wednesday after CDC signs off on Covid-19 vaccines for 5-11-year-oldsMany doctors, including Dr. Diego Chaves-Gnecco, an associate professor of pediatrics at the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh, are encouraging their patients' parents to vaccinate as soon as possible in...
    In the digital era, it can be increasingly difficult for parents to keep their children engaged and off their screens. Nightly family dinners can be one of the best ways to engage with your kids and strengthen familial bonds. Cooking a quality meal each evening, and doing so with your family, will also ensure that you and your family members are maintaining a nutritious and balanced diet. Eating Family Dinner Comes with Social Benefits Dinner time offers a valuable opportunity to bring your loved ones together amidst busy schedules and ensure that you remain engaged in one another’s lives — especially your children’s. “Sitting at the table is a social experience. It allows family members to bond and to stay involved in each other’s daily lives,” said Dr. Jane Gold, an internal medicine doctor with Northwell Health Physician Partners/Westchester Health. “It is a time to relax after work and school and share stories and insight, and to enjoy being present for each other. It also prepares youngsters for the social aspects of sharing a meal, how to...
    An Afghan father who has been forced to sell his nine-year-old daughter to a 55-year-old man as a child bride so he can buy food has pleaded for his child's new husband not to beat her. Parwana Malik, nine, is being sold by her parents to a stranger who the youngster describes as an 'old man' due to his white beard and eyebrows. On the day Parwana was taken away by her 55-year-old buyer, Qorban, her weeping father, Abdul Malik, pleaded for him to not hurt his child, reports CNN. Abdul, who is 'broken' with guilt, broke down in tears as he told Qorban: 'This is your bride. Please take care of her. You are responsible now, please don't beat her.'  Parwana's family said they had no choice, and are among scores of destitute families who being forced to sell their young daughters into marriage to survive, as Afghanistan plunges further into a humanitarian crisis.  One girl, aged 10, spends her days crying as she waits for the day she is sold to a 70-year-old man to help her family pay...
    CHICAGO (CBS) — A CBS 2 exclusive. One second he was putting his young son in a car seat. The next: a Chicago father was carjacked by a gunman in his driveway. READ MORE: Judge's Ruling Puts Vaccination Deadline For Chicago Police On Hold; Reporting Requirement Stays In PlaceAll of it was captured on camera. The victim and his wife are  sharing their alarming story only with CBS 2’s Meredith Barack. CBS 2 saw detectives with the couple. Police still haven’t recovered the stolen SUV but they do have the clear surveillance video showing the moment the carjacker demanded the keys and took off with their car, all while the dad had his little boy in his arms. “I actually came out of our home by myself to get the car ready. So I did what I always did.” It’s a routine this family said they won’t be doing anymore. “Backing the car out of the garage, having the car just sit in the driveway. And then I went back to the building to get my son.” The family asked...
    THIS week, I bring you two super dishes – simple to make, and there’s little washing-up. The cauliflower curry is so delicious and a healthy midweek meal. This week’s top tip is about hidden veg. It can be hard with little ones to get the veggies in. 2Serve with rice, coriander and a squeeze of lime Grated carrot is a great one to add in as it breaks down and the kids can’t spot it. I add it to loads of dishes. Sweetcorn and peppers are also great for hiding. Cauliflower tikka masala Serves 4 Prep time: 10 minutes, plus 2hrs marinatingCook time: 15 minutes YOU NEED: For the marinade: 2 tbsp balsamic vinegar ½ tbsp oil Large pinch salt 4 tsp tandoori masala blend Juice of 1 lemon For the curry: 1 large cauliflower, cut into florets 1 tbsp oil 115g frozen chopped onions 2 tsp frozen chopped garlic 400g tin chopped tomatoes ¾ tbsp Goan spice blend 1 tsp soft brown sugar 300ml single cream 1tbsp ground almonds (optional) Most read...
    ♈ ARIES March 21 to April 20 During the day, your clear mind overrules warm emotions and you can keep a conversation about finances practical and productive. But by the time the moon sets, you could be totally in love with someone who is gorgeous and good for you. Long-term couples have a lucky link with a TV show. PLAY MYSTIC MEG BINGO TO WIN A SHARE OF £19,000 1 ♉ TAURUS April 21 to May 21 You may not see yourself as artistic until today when you contribute a design to a contest ­ – and your unusual entry gets lots of praise. The Neptune effect can turn what you thought only had friendship potential into deep love. A couple moving home make a valuable find when boxes are unpacked again. ♊ GEMINI May 22 to June 21 Pluto, the planet that solves mysteries, could help you discover some intriguing facts about your family history, and make you proud of who you are. Passion master Mars brings a Libra into your life and...
    A FAMILY has opened the doors of its RV to show people how they travel the United States in style. Mom Kay is not only traveling full-time and working as a content creator, but she is also homeschooling her eight-year-old son. 10A woman and her family have been traveling in an RV for the last yearCredit: Tiktok 10It's very spacious with a living room and dining roomCredit: Tiktok 10It also has a massive kitchenCredit: Tiktok In a TikTok video, the content creator welcomed her followers into her home by showing them inside. Kay and her family sold their California home at the beginning of the Covid-19 pandemic and packed their things into an RV to visit each state of the country. Opening the doors of her white fifth wheeler, Kay showed off her stunning dining set where her son was doing his homework. Next to the functional dining space, she sat down on two leather recliners - that had a matching leather couch next to it - as they turned to the flat-screen TV mounted on the...
    LAST Saturday started out like any other day for mum Emma Agnew - the single mum got her four-year-old daughter ready and jumped in the car to complete a journey she's done a million times before. After picking up her sister Rebecca, Emma headed towards Humber Bridge for a family member's baby shower. 2Emma Agnew was astounded when a stranger paid her toll cost for herCredit: MEN Media 2The mum had been travelling over the Humber bridge in HullCredit: Alamy At around 12:45, the family queued for a few minutes at the bridge, near Kingston upon Hull, before approaching the toll. As she went to pay the £1.50 fee, the woman at the kiosk told Emma that her fare had already been paid by the white van driver who had been ahead of her in the queue. Speaking to Hull Live, Emma recalled: "I had to ask her twice, I couldn't believe it, I've been driving back and forth over the Humber Bridge for 14 years and this has never happened before." Naturally, the mum wanted to thank the kind...
    Nebraska shooting: 2 dead after a former employee opens fire at a grain services facility in Superior Virginia Guv Hopeful Glenn Youngkin Plays Footsie With the Far Right © Astrofame Virgo A strong sensitivity to the thoughts and feelings of others is tempered by a sense of purpose and stability today. This should enable you to approach situations that are both practical and emotional in a focused and balanced way. Therefore, this is a great day to consider decisions that need to be made, particularly regarding home, family, and finance. Don't be surprised if a family member asks for advice. You're in just the space to give it. Has someone got their eye on you? Find out for sure, here!
    GRADUALLY gaining weight can lead to obesity and ill health. But a new study has found eating just 100 fewer calories a day could stop the advance of middle-age spread. Analysts at Loughborough University looked at reasons behind the steady weight gain and found that, in most cases, it was caused by 100 to 200 extra calories a day. In our cut-it-out-and-keep guide, Alison Maloney shows what 100 calories looks like in plates of your favourite snacks. 1Our cut-it-out-and-keep guide shows what 100 calories looks like in plates of your favourite snacks Most read in The US SunSEARCH DISCOVERY FBI finds remains in nature area that were underwater in last Brian searchFIRE AND FURY Candace Owens urges US to INVADE Oz to free people from 'tyrannical' lockdownExclusiveEYES WIDE OPEN Epstein's Zorro Ranch had computer rooms the 'size of houses' for spyingMOM'S SORROW Brian Laundrie's mom seems to wipe tear from dad's face as 'items found'GABBY MURDER TWIST Remains found in Brian Laundrie search likely his, family's lawyer saysCLAIM DENIED Volleyball player's family deny Taliban killed her after beheading claim This...
    A FRANTIC dad has told how his son is running out of time in a battle with a silent killer - and needs the British public's help to survive. Little Alfie Pinckney, 8, has been fighting Aplastic Anaemia since he was five years old. 6Alfie Pinckney was diagnosed with Aplastic Anaemia when he was fiveCredit: Charles Pinckney 6His family are desperate to find him a donor - which would 'reboot' his immune systemCredit: Charles Pinckney He has platelet transfusions every week to keep him alive, but is weakened by the condition. His hope now is to have a bone marrow transplant, which would effectively reboot his immune system. But the problem is finding a donor that matches with the youngster - with dad, Charles, begging Brits to get tested incase they could be Alfie's saviour. The family of five - Charles, wife Lily, 45, Alfie and twin girls, 5 - are now in Exeter, having moved over from Hong Kong last year. They hope a donor could be found in the UK, and have issued a countrywide appeal to reach...
    ♈ ARIES March 21 to April 20 Venus shows two people in a relationship are secretly thinking about marriage or a more private way to re-affirm love. If you are still waiting to meet your destiny partner, a Leo with an “A” name could be The One. But job plans could be almost as exciting, and may include seeing your name on a smart door. PLAY MYSTIC MEG BINGO TO WIN A SHARE OF £19,000 1 ♉ TAURUS April 21 to May 21 If you are single, there is a competitive element to love when you and a good friend are both keen to date an interesting newcomer. The subtle approach gets the best reaction. The way you check every detail impresses the boss. It’s easier to talk to a partner, and agree changes you would like to make at home. ♊ GEMINI May 22 to June 21 The sun and the moon both shine a lucky light on working partnerships. And now one of you is creative, and the other discovers a gift for selling, you are primed...
    BRIAN Laundrie’s dad, Chris, has removed a sign from his property that read “What if it was Cassie?” The father of the fugitive was filmed removing the sign referencing his daughter Saturday morning from the yard of their North Port, Florida, home. 5Brian Laundrie's dad, Chris, could be seen walking away after taking down the signCredit: Fox News 5Brian Laundrie is a 'person of interest' in the death of his girlfriend GabbyCredit: Social Media - Refer to source 5A coroner revealed Gabby Petito had been strangledCredit: gabspetito/Instagram It comes after Chris Laundrie, 62, was seen Friday installing what appeared to be a new doorbell camera as the FBI and law enforcement officials continued to search for Brian. Brian Laundrie is currently wanted on debit card fraud charges and is a person of interest in the homicide of his 22-year-old girlfriend Gabby Petito. A coroner revealed Tuesday that Petito had been killed by strangulation. The media and protestors have been camping outside the Laundrie family home while they await updates in the case. A memorial to Petito has been growing at...