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    This is the dramatic moment a driver desperately waved for help as a semi-truck pulled their car along a Chicago highway after the vehicle became stuck beneath it. Footage recorded on Tuesday at around 11.40am by a motorist travelling on Interstate 294 northbound showed a cloud of dust rising from beneath the truck as it travelled along the road. It was only after the filming vehicle drew closer to the truck that a black 2005 Honda Accord could be seen beneath it. The front half of the sedan had been crushed, and the rest of the motor appeared to be trapped beneath the truck. https://youtube.com/shorts/jxaMEQIH5hM?feature=share pulled him over on i294.. I was like wtf happend here.... than i saw the car and that person still inside..Posted by Grzesiek Misiek on Tuesday, November 30, 2021 A cloud of dust could be seen rising from beneath the truck as it travelled along the road, with the black Honda visibly wedged beneath it, being dragged along the road RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Alec Baldwin says he DOESN'T feel guilty...
    Meet the new boss, woker than the old boss? Twitter’s Jack Dorsey is out at the social media platform, but his replacement, Parag Agrawal, appears to be another far-left radical. Host Alex Marlow has the scoop on today’s Breitbart News Daily Podcast. Also, President Biden has promised no “Omicron” variant lockdowns – yet. But President Brandon’s vaccine mandate was dealt a huge blow by a Trump-appointed judge who gave a terrific statement slapping down the latest attack on your freedom. And the Cuomo boys are at it again. A new scandal has embroiled Chris and Andrew, with the younger brother apparently using his CNN resources to make life difficult for his brother’s accusers. Whatever happened to believe all women? And then, Justice for Juicy, again? The Jussie Smollett trial has begun in Chicago. And finally, Pete “The Genius” Buttigieg has discovered the solution for rural Americans feeling pain at the pump: an expensive electric car (if you can get one). Our guest today is Breitbart News’ own Allum Bokhari, one of the best tech reporters in the world, who breaks...
    A carpenter had the shock of his life when the world's most dangerous bird wandered into his workshop.  Tony Fleming had been working on timber furniture when a Cassowary walked into his shed at Julatten, north Queensland. 'Over a period of a year or so the Cassowary would wander around my property, chewing up plums and whatever it feeds on,' he said.  'Then one day it just meandered into my shed.' A carpenter was given the shock of his life when the world's most dangerous bird wandered into his workshop Cassowaries are considered to be the deadliest bird in the world despite their extremely shy nature.  They can stand as tall as 1.8metres and weigh up to 70 kilograms. Their legs can deliver powerful kicks and their claws grow as long as 10 centimetres.  Mr Fleming said that he was alarmed at first, but quickly realised the bird just wanted to inspect his shed. RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Rain bomb EXPLODES: Severe flood warnings are issued as... The REAL Schoolies: Hilarious footage captures...
    MINNEAPOLS (WCCO) — Chris Stapleton fans were willing to weather the storm and the traffic on their way to the concert downtown. “Bad down here. Everyone’s trying to get to U.S. Bank Stadium,” said concert goer Matt Prokop. READ MORE: Restaurants And Breweries Offering Outdoor Experiences Again, As COVID Cases Continue To Rise In MNThe metro area’s first accumulating snow, falling on relatively warm roads. “We do have snowplows out around the Twin Cities metro keeping an eye on conditions because areas like bridges, ramps, those are traditionally colder road temperatures, so they tend to freeze faster,” said Minnesota Department of Transportation Anne Meyer. But in west-central Minnesota, the roads were in much more severe conditions. READ MORE: Winter Weather Advisory Issued For Parts Of Minnesota, 2-4 Inches Of Snow Possible“It’s keeping law enforcement responders very busy,” said Minnesota State Patrol Sergeant Jesse Grabow. “Responding to a number of crashes, spin outs, jack knifed semis, things like that.” “Roads are in obvious poor conditions,” Grabow continued. “We do see a number of people driving too fast in obvious poor conditions....
    BLOOMFIELD, N.J. (CBSNewYork) — The future of a New Jersey college that has been around for more than 150 years is in flux. Bloomfield College is facing a financial crisis and is at risk of closing. In an extraordinary move, the school is going public with its plea for help, CBS2’s Kiran Dhillon reported Monday. READ MORE: New York City Public School Sports Teams May Allow Spectators“I want to make sure that the community is aware of the severity of our financial situation and, really, it’s a call for action,” school president Marcheta P. Evans said. Bloomfield College has been a staple in the community for 153 years. But now, the future of the predominantly Black and Hispanic institution that services underserved communities may be in jeopardy. The school is asking for donations in order to survive. “My students, if you pour into them, they’ll pour back into the community because they stay in New Jersey,” Evans said. The college says enrollment has been down for the past several years, a fact exacerbated by the pandemic. Since fall 2019, there...
    This is the terrifying moment a cyclist was taken out by a deer after the animal launched itself at group of bikers on a charity ride. The clip captures the moment the deer springs across the road out of nowhere, sending the cyclist tumbling onto the tarmac. Meanwhile the deer flips over as it flies through the air before crashing into a nearby field on the other side of the road. The Wise Choice Cycling Club were on a charity ride for Auto Immune Disease awareness in Lumberton, New Jersey, when the unfortunate incident happened. The clip captures the moment the deer springs across the road out of nowhere, sending the cyclist tumbling onto the tarmac The deer launches itself in front of one of the riders taking part in the charity ride in New Jersey The deer is seen in mid-air, while the cyclist loses control of his bike and starts falling to the tarmac Jetta32696, who captured the footage on Sunday 12th September, said: 'During the Wise Choice Cycling Club's Auto Immune Disease Awareness Ride today, one of the...
    INSULATE Britain continue to cause chaos on the roads, with many motorists becoming frustrated and impatient with their movements. But what are the rules for motorists when approaching someone on the road? 1Insulate Britain were blocking the roads againCredit: Getty Is it illegal to run over someone who is lying down on the road? Everybody, whether on foot or behind the wheel of a car, has a duty of responsibility to both themselves and those around them. Pedestrians should only ever cross a road where it is safe to do so. Despite this, it is typically those who are driving that hold the most responsibility when a pedestrian is struck by a moving vehicle. This is largely down to the fact that a car is a potentially lethal weapon and, in the event of a collision, it is almost impossible for a vehicle to come off worse than a pedestrian. Most read in NewsBRUTAL DEATH Manual strangulation revealed as Gabby's cause of death as Laundrie missingMOST WANTED Laundrie's parents agree to help search as sleuths think he's in their gardenALL...
    Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis announced this week he is running for reelection and isn’t considering "anything beyond" the governorship right now. DeSantis made the remarks in an interview with Fox News host Sean Hannity, who bought up the 2024 presidential election.  "I’m not considering anything beyond doing my job," DeSantis said on "Hannity" Thursday night. "We’ve got a lot of stuff going on in Florida. I’m going to be running for reelection next year and we’re also working on a lot of things in the state beyond just the governor’s race." DeSantis left the possibility of a 2024 run open, saying it’s "way down the road. It’s not anything that I’m planning for." The governor said he is focused on Florida right now and has his eye on other elections in the Sunshine State besides the gubernatorial one. ANTI-DESANTIS PAC'S NEW AD MOCKED AS UNINTENTIONALLY HELPFUL TO FLORIDA GOVERNOR  "We’ve got school board races and I want to make sure people are not supporting critical race theory," he told Hannity, "making sure parents have the ability to send their kids...
    What is it about spending some down time in the orchard-dotted slopes near Camino and Placerville that nudges us into a dreamy-eyed state of bliss? Is it the refreshing mountain air? The glorious pastoral landscape? Or could it be the wine we’ve been sipping? As our super-friendly server presents us with a fresh flight of “mystical” reds, we happily conclude that it must be all of the above. We have come to the historic Boeger Winery in a region known simply by most as Apple Hill and have instantly fallen in love with its enchanting, fairy-tale-like layout. We’re seated at a wooden picnic table with grass under our feet and a canopy of redwood branches above our heads. Nearby, a pond is fed by a babbling brook. And we’re gloating over the pleasure of it all. This picturesque estate encompasses a Gold Rush era homestead that was once a winery and distillery before being shut down during Prohibition. It wasn’t until the early 1970s that former Sacramento residents Greg and Sue Boeger turned the property into the area’s first modern...
    There are two weeks remaining in the MLB regular season, and the American and National League divisional and wild-card races are hotly contested battles that might not be decided until Oct. 3. Only three National League teams have clinched playoff spots. The Milwaukee Brewers have nearly wrapped up the National League Central division, while the San Francisco Giants and Los Angeles Dodgers have playoff spots but are still battling it out for the National League West crown. Each division leader in the American League – Tampa Bay Rays, Chicago White Sox and Houston Astros – have comfortable leads, but only the White Sox are ahead by double digits. The Rays control the American League East up 6.5 games, while the Oakland Athletics are 6 games behind the Astros. CLICK HERE FOR MORE SPORTS COVERAGE ON FOXNEWS.COM There are a handful of teams who are competing for five playoff spots in both leagues. Read below for a look at the teams who are still in contention as of Monday. -American League Toronto Blue Jays' Vladimir Guerrero Jr. hits a...
    John Mulaney says Olivia Munn is pregnant: Were having a baby together Al Capones Florida mansion and other dream homes bought with dirty money September isn't the easiest time to play the waiver wire. At other points in the year, your pickups can be more speculative in nature -- a nod to ability that you hope will pay off at some point down the road. © Provided by CBS Sports But "down the road" is now off the table. With a mere three lineup locks to go (presuming your league runs through the final week of the season), you need moves that can pay off immediately, and the truth is that any player who meets that standard of trustworthiness is likely rostered already. Perhaps a rookie, then? Someone who, by definition, hasn't established himself as trustworthy but who, at least in theory, has impact potential? Sure, in theory. But the problem with, say, a Glenn Otto or Gavin Sheets is that you can't be sure how much volume they'll give you. It hasn't stopped me from recommending them at...
    Unless you’re a truck driver, you probably don’t think much, or at all, about where semi trailers get parked. Like a lot of infrastructure, most trucking takes place out of sight and out of mind, in industrial areas or at warehouses on the edge of town. That’s why Andrea Jenkins, Ward 8 representative and Vice President of the Minneapolis City Council, took notice of all the trucks that started appearing in her neighborhood in recent years. They were nearly always there on South Nicollet Avenue, more appearing each year. So she began working on a solution. Article continues after advertisement City of MinneapolisMinneapolis identified areas where semi trucks are frequenly parked. The areas highlighted in purple are areas of concentrated poverty.“One of biggest problem areas in my ward is at Lake and Nicollet,” explained Jenkins. Almost any day, you go there and see tractor trailers lined up 30 deep on Nicollet Avenue. It really creates barriers for people to be able to see round corners and coming out of driveways.” Trailer parking woes Truck parking has become a minor nuisance in both...
    Knicks’ Julius Randle takes one for the team as he eyes star-powered roster down the road Alexander Wilson August 5, 2021 Share on facebook Facebook Share on twitter Twitter Share on reddit Reddit The New York Knicks are thinking long-term with their off-season moves thus far, retaining some of their own players preparing to hit free agency and bringing in two outsiders to help bolster the squad. Adding point guard Kemba Walker and shooting guard/small forward Evan Fournier, the team has upgraded from the previous players who contained those positions. However, one of their priorities this off-season was to extend Julius Randle, who earned his first All-Star appearance last season and is headed into the final year of a three-year, $62.1 million contract. According to Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN, the Knicks and star power forward Julius Randle have agreed on a four-year, $117 million extension. Randle is earning just below $30 million per season, making him the 47th highest-paid player in the league. By most accounts, Randle settled to help his...
    The CDC announced Tuesday they would extend the eviction moratorium to October. Rep. Lisa McClain,(R-Mich., shared her concerns on the CDC’s caving to Democrats. McClain stressed on "Fox & Friends First," Wednesday, the dire situation for landlords, especially when in some cases, collecting rent is "their only income."  REP. LISA MCCLAIN: "Well, I think Congress spoke before we left for recess. They couldn't get the votes though all the president did was - with a swipe of a pen again - just extended it for 90 more days. Again, we're just kicking these issues down the road. At some point in time, we actually have to deal with the issues. And what I ask people, I asked the government is at some point in time, when are we going to look at both sides of the equation? This administration is really good at only looking at one side of the equation. But to your point, we've had enhanced unemployment benefits now for a year and a half. And these landlords, which for some of these landlords, this is their only income....
    A TERRIFIED dad has revealed the moment he watched a thief jump into his Mercedes and speed away - with his three young children in the back.  Zahid Nazir, 37, was coming home from a wedding last week when he exited the car "for seconds" to speak to his wife, leaving their little ones inside. 3Zahif Nazir's three children were all in the back of his Mercedes when it was stolenCredit: SWNS 3He chased the car as it sped down the streetCredit: SWNS Shocking CCTV footage shows a man skulking around the corner before running and jumping into the vehicle, before putting his foot down and speeding off on July 27. Mr Nazir, from Bolton, Greater Manchester, then sprints down the road after the car and his kids before losing his balance and tumbling to the ground. He jumped into his wife’s car to try to track down Khadlijah, eight, Muhammad Ahad, seven and ten-month-old Ayesha in the back of the Mercedes.  Mr Nazir drove past a police officer and asked for help, before tracking his wifes phone with “Find...
    Q: Could you please write a column about rules when an emergency vehicle is coming up behind you, such as on El Camino Real in Palo Alto? Most cars do not even slow down. I could not pull over to the right because cars were whizzing by me. … I was on Vasco Road when an ambulance came up from behind. I slowed down but he gave me a long, angry blast of his horn. What did I do wrong? Ginny LaRiviere, Mary Pena and many others A: You didn’t stop. The vehicle code requires each driver to pull to the right edge of the roadway and stop. So your idea of just “slowing” as the emergency vehicle passes does not meet the legal requirements. On a narrow road, you might consider turning on your blinkers to indicate to the emergency vehicle your intent to yield, then pull as far to the right as practical and slow to a stop until it passes. However, never stop in an intersection. If you see an emergency vehicle, continue through the intersection...
    Fire fighters battled a burning Tesla Model S Plaid for three hours Wednesday night in a Philadelphia suburb. The Gladwyne Fire Department responded to a call just before 9pm ET in Haverford, Pennsylvania, according to Electrek, which first reported on the incident. ‘Due to prior training classes on Tesla Vehicle Fire emergencies, Engine 24 laid a 5 inch supply line into the scene so that we could keep a continual water stream on the fire to extinguish the fire and cool the batteries down to ensure complete extinguishment,’ the Gladwyne Volunteer Fire Company shared in a Facebook post. ‘Engine 24 and Engine 25 both deployed hand lines to extinguish the fire, each maintained a dedicated water source and continued to cool the vehicle down for almost 90 minutes.’ An EMT who also responded to the scene said the call came from a resident of the neighborhood who saw the Tesla rolling down the hill while it was on fire. Scroll down for video  Fire fighters battled a burning Tesla Model S Plaid for three hours Wednesday night in a...
    Amish farmer uses horsepower to plow the soil in Central Pennsylvania. Amish communities are struggling with low vaccine rates compared to the rest of the US. Volkan Furuncu/Anadolu Agency/Getty Images In Holmes County, Ohio — which has the highest concentration of Amish in the US — only 14% of citizens are fully vaccinated. Holmes County speaks to a larger vaccine hesitancy among the country's 350,000 Amish. A lack of information and a casual attitude toward the virus, along with a faith-based approach to healing, have discouraged the Amish from getting vaccinated. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. In Holmes County, Ohio — which has the highest concentration of Amish in the US — only 14% of its 44,000 residents are fully vaccinated against COVID-19, according to a New York Times vaccination tracker.  In neighboring Indiana, around 25,000 Amish live in the town of Topeka. Trevor Thain, the owner of the local pharmacy Topeka Pharmacy, told the Associated Press that his business had vaccinated 4,200 people. However, he said only around 20 of them were Amish. Around 2/3...
    A roadside spectator showing-off a banner to the TV cameras caused chaos on stage one of the Tour de France, stepping into the road and causing a shocking pile-up.  Cycling's showpiece rolled out of Brest on Saturday to begin three weeks of racing, but the race's familiar first-week chaos reared its head with 45km to go.  As the peloton wound its way through the narrow Brittany back roads, the Jumbo-Visma team were organised together on the right-hand-side of the road.   A roadside spectator caused a massive crash in the Tour de France on Saturday with a banner  Tony Martin had nowhere to go when the supporter stepped out, looking at the TV cameras The massive accident caused a massive blockage and saw more than 20 riders hit the deck  Première étape du Tour de France, premier crash, premier partisan à blâmer pic.twitter.com/6i3yhBtwv7— Julien Lamoureux (@julienlamoureux) June 26, 2021 RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Four-time winner Chris Froome will line-up in Tour de France... Inspiring a new generation: Ahead of Tokyo 2020, Katherine......
    (CNN)In the 13 years since "Taken," Liam Neeson has worked practically nonstop, including a pair of sequels. Yet watching his latest action vehicle "The Ice Road" -- a by-the-numbers chase movie, which turns him into an ice road warrior -- it's easy to wish that this talented actor would, well, slow down a little.The movie premieres on Netflix, which might speak to its presumed value, inasmuch as the pandemic has hastened the streaming service's status as a bit of a dumping ground for theatrical fare deemed to have limited commercial prospects.Part of that might do with the fact that the film follows a streak of similar Neeson movies with indistinct titles, including "Honest Thief," "The Marksman," "The Commuter" and "Cold Pursuit.""Ice Road" joins the last of those by throwing Neeson into a snowy setting, here as a down-on-his-luck driver asked to transport equipment on a perilous mission to save the lives of trapped miners. Not surprisingly, there's a more nefarious element involved, and by the time Neeson snarls, "It's not about money now. This is personal," he's in familiar territory,...
    JAKE PAUL confirmed talks between his brother Logan and Anderson Silva but admitted he could fight the UFC legend 'down the road'. Silva, who was released by the UFC last year, scored a shock upset as he beat ex-boxing champion Julio Cesar Chavez Jr in Mexico. 5Logan Paul, left, pictured with brother JakeCredit: Getty Images - Getty 5Julio Cesar Chavez Jr was beaten by Anderson SilvaCredit: EPA Afterwards, the Brazilian icon opened the door to fighting either of the Paul brothers, who are both forging prizefighting careers. But Jake, 24, appeared to suggest Logan, 26, is the more likely of the two, but did not rule out eventually sharing the ring with Silva, 46. He told TMZ Sports: "Look, anything is possible, I didn't initially think of that but hey, like I said my saying is anyone, anytime, any place. "But I think it would be more interesting to see Anderson Silva fight Roy Jones Jr on...
    Courtesy of Kartik Vasan and Smriti Bhadauria When Erica Horn received a work email in May 2020 saying her company would be fully remote for the next year, she knew right away it was time to live out her long-held dream of living out of a van.  "Nothing else made more sense than van life once that reality became true," said Horn, who lived in Oakland before moving into her van. "I had no reason, nothing, tying me to that specific location or that amount of rent." Horn is not alone. Many workers with jobs that let them work remotely during the pandemic left behind their sedentary housing situations and moved full-time into vans. These remote workers drive from location to location in their homes, working from internet hotspots in their vans and spending their free time in nature and exploring new places.  As vaccines roll out and states start to open up, some workers are returning to their offices. But many workers who've adopted the van life don't want to give it up. "It's become a lifestyle," said Smriti...
    By: KDKA-TV News Staff PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – A part of Brownsville Road in the South Hills is closed because of a crash. READ MORE: Man Taken Into Custody Following Shooting In Polish Hill The crash occurred near the Park Drive entrance to South Park. A driver crashed into a pole, which caused the pole to fall on top of the vehicle. READ MORE: Community Comes Together Honor Fallen Mt. Lebanon Police Officer Jerrod Withrow The driver’s condition is unknown at this time. Drivers are being asked to either avoid the area or allow for extra travel time if it is part of your morning commute. MORE NEWS: Construction Of Landing Hotel At The Rivers Casino Resumes Following COVID-19 Hiatus It is not known how long crews will remain on the scene.
    SIMON Wilson believes the rebuilding job at Stockport is similar to the one that made Manchester City multiple Premier League champions. He should know, he was there – and there can be no excuses. 5 Simon Wilson believes there are similarities between building Stockport County and Manchester City County stand two wins from a return to the Football League after 10-year absence, which saw the one-time second tier side play in the sixth. If form was a gauge, Simon Rusk’s men should have no problem as they are on an 18-game unbeaten run. But just like eight miles down the road at the home of the champions, there is much more that goes into it than meets the eye. County will probably never spend millions of pounds on players, attract a manager like Pep Guardiola nor develop Phil Foden, who grew up in the shadow of Edgeley Park. However, director of football Wilson is helping put in place a similar ethic that City’s success is built on after being there at the Abu Dhabi takeover in 2008. 5 Stockport have...
    A district attorney in California has issued a plea to the killer who shot dead a six-year-old boy during a road rage attack, saying: 'The longer this goes on... the less sympathy I'll have'.   Aiden Leos was fatally shot while sitting in the backseat of his mother Joanna Cloonan's car as they drove along the 55 Freeway in Orange County en route to his kindergarten on May 21. Police have been hunting for the gunman ever since and a reward to track them down has now surged to $400,000.  Orange County District Attorney Todd Spitzer on Sunday night urged the gunman to turn themselves in.  Aiden Leos was fatally shot while sitting in the backseat of his mother's car on 55 Freeway in Orange County, California on May 21 Police have released multiple images of the white Volkswagen Golf Sportswagen in a bid to track the suspects down. The reward to track them down has now surged to $400,000 Orange County District Attorney Todd Spitzer on Sunday night urged the gunman to turn themselves in 'The longer this...
    On Thursday’s broadcast of the Fox News Channel’s “America Reports,” Sen. Tom Cotton (R-AR) stated that President Joe Biden’s intelligence community probe into the origin of COVID-19 won’t find anything beyond what the intelligence community has already found, and is “only kicking the can down the road trying to avoid conflict and controversy with China” and that Biden just wants to push the story back 90 days “and then hope that this all goes away.” Cotton said, “I’m glad that Joe Biden is finally willing to look at the evidence and just use his common sense. But what he announced yesterday is too little, too late. It’s only kicking the can down the road trying to avoid conflict and controversy with China for unleashing this plague on the world. I can bet what they’re going to find in 90 days, it’s exactly what they’ve found over the last 18 months, inconclusive evidence. Because China has been concealing the evidence and probably has destroyed a lot of it. That’s why it’s time to lower the boom on the Chinese Communist Party...
    A MAYORAL candidate for Atlanta who’s been outspoken against the law enforcement, needed them in a big way after some young kids motored away in his Mercedes. Councilman Antonio Brown has been pushing for police reforms and divvying their funding to social workers - was dragged down the road attempting to thwart the theft of his car perpetrated by a couple children. 5Police reform mayoral candidate Councilman Antonio Brown was the victim of a car theft on WednesdayCredit: WSBTV2 5The politician said he wouldn't press criminal charges against the Mercedes thieves whom he described as being between seven and 11-years-oldCredit: Instagram/Antonio Brown “These kids were in my opinion somewhere between seven and 11-years-old. So you don’t immediately think, ‘Oh, these kids are going to steal my car,’” Brown told WSB-TV, about his missing 2016 Mercedes 450. Brown had wrapped up an appearance at a ribbon-cutting ceremony welcoming a Dunkin’ Donuts and Baskin-Robbins combo store to an underserved neighborhood. He was in the middle of convening a meet with Ben Norman of the Dixie Hills Neighborhood Association when he saw the...
    A councilman in Atlanta who backs the 'Defund the Police' movement and is running for mayor, was dragged as he held onto his car while it was being stolen Wednesday at an event. At a ribbon-cutting in northwest Atlanta, four people hopped into Antonio Brown's car as he was getting out to speak to someone just before noon - and took off.  'Several males entered his unlocked car and drove away with it,' police stated. Brown was driving a Mercedes Coupe, which has a push-button ignition. Atlanta City Councilman Antonio Brown was the victim of a car theft on Wednesday morning He said he held onto the car and was dragged for around a block before letting go.  The councilman told WSBTV that he was on hold with 911 for five minutes after the incident. Brown also claims it took 45 minutes for police to arrive because it was assigned as a low-priority dispatch.  He did file a police report, however, according to FOX 5. His car was located hours after the incident, but no arrests have been announced. Brown doesn't...
    VIDEO1:0901:09Jim Bianco: 'Coins like ethereum are going to be a lot higher way down the road'Trading Nation If you can cope with sharp drops in the cryptocurrency space, market forecaster Jim Bianco believes it will ultimately pay off in spades. "Some of these coins like ethereum are going to be a lot higher way down the road," the Bianco Research president told CNBC's "Trading Nation" on Wednesday. "But you're going to have to stomach through much more of what we saw in the last week coming in the next several months or year or so." According to Bianco, the speculative betting is masking a bullish long-term picture. He believes cryptocurrency is successfully remaking the financial system. "That's got a lot of promise, and that's really what's significant," he said. "The problem is the other driver is kind of an out-of-control casino with people betting on these coins going up and down." Bianco warns that the coins are extremely vulnerable to 50% to 70% declines at any moment because it's still a new technology. He said once the adoption phase is...
    A 6-year-old boy was shot to death Friday on a Southern California highway in what police said was a road-rage attack. Aiden Leos was on his way to kindergarten when a person driving by in a white sedan fired multiple shots. One of the bullets hit the boy who was sitting in a booster seat in the right rear passenger side, California Highway Patrol Officer Florentino Olivera said, describing the tragedy as “some type of road-rage incident,” according to ABC News. A family is asking for the public’s help in identifying the suspects who shot and killed 6-year-old Aiden. The little boy was with his mother, driving to school on the 55 freeway in Orange, when they were shot at during an apparent road rage incident. https://t.co/Sr1hYV5n88 pic.twitter.com/fVvfNkfZl6 — FOX 11 Los Angeles (@FOXLA) May 22, 2021 The shooting ensued after Aiden’s mother — who was uninjured — showed the middle finger to the driver of the white car who had cut her off, according to The New York Post. (RELATED: 3-Year-Old Boy Shot Dead At Birthday Party) “She...
    BOSTON (CBS) — The familiar sight of bumper-to-bumper traffic is returning to highways across Massachusetts. The number of cars on state highways has increased substantially since last spring when the state went into lockdown, according to recent traffic volume data. The Massachusetts Department of Transportation said traffic volume in the spring of 2020 dropped 60% compared to the same time in 2019. READ MORE: Somerville Businesses Hope Were Vaccinated! Signs Help Customers Feel Safe Now compare that to the average volume last week, which was only down about 12% compared to spring of 2019. That’s an increase of 48% compared to last year when many people were working and learning from home. Katherine Korakas of Wellesley said if there was one benefit to the lockdown, it was being able to get around without so much traffic. “It has actually been kind of nice,” she said, “just to know that you can get somewhere in just a couple of minutes instead of an entire hour.” READ MORE: Pharmacist Says Scare Over J & J Side Effects Not Keeping People Away Cooper...
    SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Stephen Curry’s pregame warmup had a little added flair with so many more people watching again. He loved seeing all the familiar ushers as he drove up to the arena three hours early. He thanked the fans before tipoff for being patient and persistent through a pandemic. Curry scored 32 points, Draymond Green added 19 assists and 12 rebounds, and the Golden State Warriors welcomed back fans for the first time since the pandemic began by beating the Denver Nuggets 118-97 on Friday night. READ MORE: Driver Killed In High-Speed Crash Near Sloans Lake “Just a little bit different of a buzz inside and outside the arena,” Curry said. “I know you got to take it slow and obviously keep everybody safe but ramp up how many people can get in the building and slowly but surely get back to a full, packed house where that energy is second to none. Us on the floor, we live off of that. You try to bring it when it’s an empty arena, you do your best but it...
    A motorist narrowly missed being smashed into by a tree as it collapsed across both lanes of a quiet neighborhood street. The tree came crashing down near an intersection in the Duke Park area of Durham, North Carolina. Footage from another vehicle shows an SUV pulling up to a crossroads as the huge tree begins to fall. Noticing the danger, the driver speeds up in an attempt make it past as the tree's branches begin to hit the ground and create a small gap for the vehicle to get through. Luckily the SUV is seen pulling through and driving to safety just before it collapses.  No one was hurt in the incident, but the vehicle sustained some damage.  'It was loud, like a large tree hitting the ground. You know, just like breaking wood,' nearby resident Nealon Kallok told WRAL. 'It's kind of crazy because I'm always going past that tree, like walking. So, it's scary to know it was so close to falling for the past weeks.' A motorist narrowly missed being smashed into by a tree as it collapsed...
    Less traffic least year amid pandemic-related closures did not translate into fewer traffic deaths on Maryland roads. In fact, there were more deadly crashes in Maryland in 2020 compared to the year before. Overall, despite fewer drivers on the road, a total of 569 people were killed on Maryland roadways last year — an increase of 6.4% — according to the Maryland Motor Vehicle Administration. The increase in deadly crashes came even as average vehicle traffic volumes in Maryland dropped more than 50% in April of last year compared to 2019 — and they’re still down about 11%, according to state data. “Not only did Maryland tragically lose thousands of lives in 2020 to COVID-19, but we lost an additional 569 lives from motor vehicle crashes,” Maryland Department of Transportation Secretary Greg Slater said in a news release. “These losses are unnecessary and unacceptable. They represent men, women and children whose lives were cut short way too soon — our family members, friends, neighbors and co-workers. Simple actions such as slowing down, driving sober, putting the phone down and wearing...
                                     Presented by Tax March     Welcome to The Hill’s Morning Report. Today is Tuesday! We get you up to speed on the most important developments in politics and policy, plus trends to watch. Alexis Simendinger and Al Weaver are the co-creators. Readers can find us on Twitter @asimendinger and @alweaver22. Please recommend the Morning Report to friends and let us know what you think. CLICK HERE to subscribe! Total U.S. coronavirus deaths reported each morning this week: Monday, 562,066; Tuesday, 562,533. In the Oval Office on Monday, Republican lawmakers told President BidenJoe BidenTrump: McConnell 'helpless' to stop Biden from packing court Biden, first lady send 'warmest greetings' to Muslims for Ramadan The business case for child care reform MORE that if he wants any Senate GOP support for infrastructure investments, he and fellow Democrats need to consider fewer federal dollars and a narrow definition for infrastructure and abandon the idea of raising corporate taxes.    In other words, everyone showed their...
    THIS is the shocking moment a seven-year-old boy on a scooter is run down by a car and left on the road, in a horrific hit-and-run. Dashcam footage captured the moment the boy was knocked down in Sneyd Green’s Granville Avenue, in Stoke-on-Trent, while he was crossing the road. 2Dashcam footage caught the moment the young boy was knocked to the groundCredit: . 2The car reportedly fled the scene after bowling the boy overCredit: . The boy, who has not been named, was struck by a red vehicle turning right off Sneyd Street, but managed to avoid sustaining any serious injuries. He was rushed to the Royal Stoke University Hospital for a medical assessment following the incident, Stoke Trent on Live reported. Staffordshire Police have revealed that the car fled the scene following the collision, which happened on Thursday morning, shortly after 8am. A police spokesman said: "A seven-year-old boy had been in collision with a red Fiat 500 at the junction with Granville Avenue, which had then driven off from the scene. "The boy suffered very minor injuries and...
    Opening Day will be here soon. How many fans will be in the stands? That’s a complicated question, and we have the answers right here.  Clubs have been working with their local and state health officials for months now. Some have announced official plans, some haven’t. The Rockies announced official plans, then amended them a couple of weeks later. Don’t be surprised if that happens with other teams, especially those that announced plans midway through February.  MORE: A brief history of weird spring training injuries We’ll keep this page updated through the start of the season, April. 1.   Arizona Diamondbacks Opening Day capacity: 25 percent, which is roughly 12,000 fans Down the road: The club hopes to increase capacity as the season goes along, but no specific plan has been revealed. Noteworthy: Arizona CEO/president Derrick Hall: “We are getting so close to Opening Day and we really have to plan. We’re also actively looking at moving right now seating and moving some of our season ticket holders around so we do have that spacing. We’re comfortable with our plan...
    Author Bonnie Greer has claimed the US now views the UK as 'the nice lady down the road with bodies buried in her garden' following Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's bombshell interview with Oprah Winfrey. During the Duke and Duchess of Sussex's sit down with the chat show host, which aired across the pond on Sunday and in the UK last night, the couple claimed a senior royal asked Harry how 'dark' Archie's skin would be, and alleged that the one-year-old was denied the title of prince because he is mixed-race. Meghan also told Oprah that she was denied help when she approached the institution while struggling with her mental wellbeing and having suicidal thoughts. Buckingham Palace is under intense pressure to issue its response to the cascade of extraordinary and damaging claims.   Appearing on Jeremy Vine's Channel 5 show today, London-based playwright and novelist Bonnie said she'd been 'up all night defending this country on American television'. During the Duke and Duchess of Sussex's sit down with the chat show host, which aired across the pond on Sunday and in...
    An enormous plume of powder hurtled down a mountain side in Alaska this week as avalanche control teams used explosives to shift unstable snow.  Experts from the Alaska Department of Transportation (DoT) initiated the snowslide in Juneau using explosives as part of a controlled exercise carried out to prevent devastating natural avalanches. In the impressive clip the avalanche rumbles down the mountain, gathering speed before it engulfs a road in a cloud of powder.  An impressive controlled avalanche in Juneau, Alaska, saw a huge amount of snow hurtle down the mountainside, gathering speed as it fell At the start of the video an explosive can be seen detonating at the top of the snow-covered mountain and within seconds the powder begins to move.  Several channels of fast-moving snow hurtle down the hill before coming together to form an expansive cloud of powder, which the person recording the video describes as a 'rumbler tumbler'.  RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Astonishing moment Mount Sinabung erupts in Indonesia with... Horrifying moment massive avalanche overwhelms group of......
    A CONVICTED murderer recently released from jail mowed down two teenage cousins at 70 mph on a pedestrian crossing after he stole a black Lexus. Horrific dash cam footage shows the moment the pair were hit as they crossed a road on a green pedestrian light in Russia’s Ulan-Ude city. Alina Unagaeva, 16, and Kirill Bazhenov, 17, holding hands as they walked, were thrown 50ft into the air from the impact of the crash, say reports. 6Cousins Alina Unagaeva, 16, and Kirill Bazhenov, 17, were killed in a horror hit-and-run in SiberiaCredit: Lyubov Unagaeva 6Shocking dash-cam footage shows the moment the tragic cousins were hit by a speeding car as they crossed the road on a green pedestrian lightCredit: MK in Ulan-Ude 6Dmitry Tsydenov, 37, faces 12 years in prison for killing teenage cousins Alina Unagaeva, 16, and Kirill Bazhenov, 17, in a hit-and-runCredit: VK.com The tragic pair died at the scene, with Kirill killed instantly, and his younger cousin dying moments later. Although a female medic at the scene rushed to help, the youngsters could not be saved from...
    NBC News justice correspondent Pete Williams said that Monday marks the end of former President Donald Trump’s attempts to keep his tax returns secret. The Supreme Court issued a one-line ruling that Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus Vance can obtain Trump’s tax records for his grand jury investigation into the president’s companies. “It’s the end of the road for the president’s years-long battle to keep his tax returns away either from Congress or from Cyrus Vance, the New York prosecutor who has a grand jury looking at President Trump’s personal and corporate finances,” Williams said on MSNBC Monday. Williams noted that Trump initially argued that as sitting president he was “immune from any part of the criminal justice system, including grand jury subpoenas” — an argument the Supreme Court had previously rejected. This appeal, according to Williams, has been awaiting a decision from the Supreme Court since October. “My guess is that the court wanted to stay out of any suggestion that it was getting involved in politics, so held back doing anything during the campaign, and then during the fights...
    As the Biden administration seeks to launch a series of radical environmental proposals promising a government-subsidized new green future, it is important to remember: we’ve heard this song before. Judicial Watch filed a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA)  against the Office of Management and Budget and the U.S. Department of Energy seeking records of communications between Ron Klain, President Biden’s chief of staff, and bankrupt solar panel manufacturer Solyndra. Solyndra was one of the most prominent failures in the Obama-Biden administration’s attempt to force expensive alternative energy onto American consumers. Solyndra was founded in 2005, manufacturing rooftop solar panels chiefly for commercial applications. Through political contacts it became the centerpiece of Obama administration efforts to prove that affordable solar power was the wave of the future, and could create good paying jobs. In 2009, then-Energy Secretary Steve Chu arranged for $535 million in Federal loan guarantees for the company, at favorable terms of around one percent interest. A later review by the Government Accountability Office found the Department of Energy announced Solyndra’s loan approval “prior to completion of external reviews required under procedures,”...
    Riot on the set: 25 unbelievable yet true stories from the sets of movies Everything New Parents Need To Know About Filing Taxes This Year Tennis participation has skyrocketed during COVID-19 pandemic. Will it pay off for Americans down the road? By the time the Australian Open hits the second week, it would be a big upset if there are any American men left to compete with the likes of Novak Djokovic and Rafael Nadal. Nearly two decades after Andy Roddick’s U.S. Open win, our country’s Grand Slam drought has become such a new normal that it barely even registers as a story anymore.  What will sports look like in 2021? USA TODAY SPORTS See more videos SHARE SHARE TWEET SHARE EMAIL What to watch next Fans flooded Tampa streets after the Buccaneers beat the Chiefs at Super Bowl LV USA TODAY SPORTS Many maskless at Tampa Super Bowl celebrations USA TODAY SPORTS A text from Tom? How Brady instilled a champion mindset in Tampa Bay USA TODAY SPORTS Bucs dethrone...
    A new documentary is exploring a string of unsolved double homicides that occurred at a 'lovers' lane' in Virginia more than three decades ago, as experts try to figure out if the murders were the work of a serial killer or just a gruesome coincidence.   Premiering on February 11, Oxygen's two-night true-crime special Lovers' Lane Murders focuses on the slaying of eight men and women at the Colonial Parkway, a 23-mile stretch that links the historic towns of Jamestown, Williamsburg, and Yorktown.   'Urban legends usually come out of some seed of truth,' former prosecutor and Lovers’ Lane Murders co-host Loni Coombs explains in a preview clip. 'Lovers’ lanes — they are places that killers target.' Scroll down for video   Unsolved mystery: A team of experts delve into the Colonial Parkway murders in Virginia in the 1980s in Oxygen's two-night true-crime special Lovers' Lane Murders Deep dive: Forensic criminologist Laura Pettler explains in a preview clip that her job is to 'take everything we know and we reconstruct the scene'  Cathy Thomas, a 27-year-old graduate of the Naval Academy, and Rebecca 'Becky'...
    Fox News anchor Martha MacCallum faulted President Joe Biden for not pardoning Donald Trump before his impeachment trial, claiming “he may regret it down the road.” MacCallum noted the speed of the trial, evoking past comments by Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC) and calling it a “snap impeachment.” “As a nation, you have to step back at a moment like this and look at the larger implications of the action that’s being taken,” she added. “If it was so very important to hold these impeachment proceedings, regardless of the fact that the president is now out of office, then it should have been approached in a way that took the time that is required to hold hearings and to have witnesses.” MacCallum continued to argue that if the trial was so crucial to the future of the nation, it should have been “done properly or not at all.” The anchor then faulted Biden for failing to take the “very bold route,” as he decided not to pardon Trump after he incited an insurrection. “It might’ve gone a long way to laying the groundwork for future unity in...
    Pope Francis may soon declare that a pro-life French doctor who discovered the genetic basis of Down Syndrome is a saint. The pope approved Dr. Jerome Lejeune’s “heroic virtues” Thursday, the Associated Press reported, indicating that Lejeune is now considered “venerable” by the Catholic Church. (RELATED: Catholic Church Grapples With Pro-Abortion, Catholic President Biden)  Before he can be sainted he must be beatified, meaning the Vatican must confirm that a miracle took place through his intercession. The Vatican must then confirm a second miracle occurred through his intercession for him to be sainted. Born June 13, 1926, in Montrouge, France, Lejeune discovered for the first time the existence of an extra chromosome while studying a child’s chromosomes in 1958, according to the Catholic News Agency. “For millennia, medicine has striven to fight for life and health and against disease and death. Any reversal of the order of these terms of reference would entirely change medicine itself,” Lejeune said in a 1969 speech when he received the William Allan Award for his work in genetics, CNA reported. “It happens that nature...
    FOR just over two years, Katie Blackmer lived with her ex-husband Stephen Shepard and their kids. They also shared a house with Katie’s new husband Ben, Stephen’s girlfriend Brandy, 32, and her kids Kayleigh, 11, and Jaxson, nine. 7Ben, Katie, Hunter, Brandy and Stephen (back row) with their shared kids Ben’s son Hunter, 20, lived down the road and together, as Fabulous exclusively revealed earlier this year, their unique living arrangements worked. But now, they have split-up and they all live in separate houses. Yet they still see each other every day and eat meals together. Here Katie, 32, shares their story update with Fabulous... This festive season is a little different for our families. 7The blended family spent Christmas together this yearCredit: Sunsational Stories In June, after more than two years of living together, our blended families went their separate ways. It was inevitable. As the kids were getting bigger, they needed more space and initially, we looked for a much bigger house to live in together. Unfortunately, big 10-bedroom houses are a lot of money here in Tennessee...
    THINGS that are small but strong: Ghost pepper. Lego brick. Ricky Hatton. A shot of absinthe. Now you can add the Vauxhall Combo Cargo 4x4 to that list. 6Put the Vauxhall Combi Cargo 4X4 in a muddy playground with a Land Rover Defender and it will go toe to toe with it Put it in a muddy playground with a Land Rover Defender and it will go toe to toe with it . . . until it can’t. It’s like a pitbull. I had such a giggle trying to break it, I genuinely forgot to make a note of sensible things like economy and gadgets and cup holders. So we’ll gloss over that for now. The Cargo is the smallest 4x4 van on the market and is built primarily for the Nordics, where all-wheel drive is as much a part of everyday life as roll necks and pickled food. So it’ll handle pretty much anything our winter can throw at it. A lot of that is down to the all-season tyres. (I say they should be a thing here, as...
    CHICAGO (WLS) -- Paul Hawver says nothing was going to stop him from spending the Christmas holiday with his 6-year-old daughter Allysa, not even a pandemic."I don't get much time with her as it is, so definitely not," said Hawver.Like Hawver, many are still hitting the road."It's getting to the point where you can't help it, you miss your family," said Karisa Jutrozonka.Wisconsin natives Tubga Madaus and her 17-year-old-son Madison are driving to Mt.Pleasant, South Carolina to spend the holiday with her mother who's in from Turkey."It will just be nice to be with family and to actually give them hugs," said Madaus.But there are those heeding the warnings of public health experts to stay safe by staying at home and celebrating virtually and avoid creating another COVID-19 surge."We want to connect but the best way to assure that we're going to have a long time to connect is to be safe," said Dr. Sharon Welbel, Cook County Health Infection Control Epidemiology director.AAA is predicting only 1 in 4 Americans will travel during the Christmas and New Year's weeks. And...
    Ever since James Harden’s desire to be traded by the Houston Rockets first became a hot topic in the NBA rumor mill, a number of teams have been linked to the former MVP. The Minnesota Timberwolves are not among those organizations, but as a podcast host recently suggested, the club could be among the dark-horse candidates who could make a move for Harden before the 2021 trade deadline. As quoted by Fadeaway World, Locked on Wolves Podcast host Ben Beecken recently commented on the Harden rumors, where he explained why the Timberwolves might make an offer for Harden. He said that it’s been well-documented that team president Gersson Rosas wants to improve Minnesota’s roster, hence the need to explore possible deals involving the three-time scoring champion. As Beecken speculated, a trade for Harden might take place “months down the road,” given how some of their most attractive assets cannot be moved at the moment.   Tim Warner / Getty Images As further explained, there are two Timberwolves players who most probably won’t be included in any trade for Harden...
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