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    The holidays have taken a dark turn at Kim Kardashian's house. Kim's children appeared to have taken Christmas into their own hands as they held their 'Elf On The Shelf' dolls hostage.  The reality star, 41, found the elves taped to the wall with several toy monsters guarding them beside a ransom note written in a childlike scrawl on Saturday morning. No toying around! Kim Kardashian's children appeared to be taking Christmas into their own hands in a set of videos that were shared to her Instagram Story on Saturday morning A bemused Kim wrote in the Instagram Stories, 'I hid the elves myself last night and woke up this morning with them completely moved and a whole different situation going on. #Dark.' The chilling display saw the elves taped to the wall, tied up with straw string, and their mouths sealed off.  RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Kim Kardashian seems to catch daughter Chicago and niece... EXCLUSIVE: Kim Kardashian has 'suppressed anger' towards... Share this article Share On the floor, several toy monsters...
    They're spreading the holiday cheer in the most charitable way. And Ben Affleck opened his Pacific Palisades home as a central station for a food drive organized with help from girlfriend Jennifer Lopez on Sunday afternoon. The 52-year-old actress got her hands dirty as she was spotted lugging heavy bags of supplies into his mega mansion with their kids in tow to help over the long Thanksgiving break. Helping hands: Ben Affleck opened his Pacific Palisades home as a central station for a food drive organized with help from girlfriend Jennifer Lopez on Sunday afternoon Jennifer didn't appear to be ready for heavy lifting, but showed she knew a thing or two about weights as she hoisted up a bag of rice. RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Renee Zellweger EXCLUSIVE: Actress enjoys a day out with... Irina Shayk bundles up in a black jacket with a turtleneck... Tiffany Haddish and Common SPLIT after 16 months of dating:... Magic Mike's Last Dance to reunite Channing Tatum and Steven... Share this article...
    A grandmother and four grandchildren were found dead from gunshot wounds inside their California home on Sunday night. As ABC 7 reports, Los Angeles County Sheriff's deputies were dispatched to a home in Lancaster, north of Los Angeles, at around 10.30pm, after they received a call that someone had stopped breathing. When the deputies arrived at the scene, they found an adult woman and four children suffering from gunshot wounds to the upper torso.  All of the children - three boys and a girl, according to CBS Los Angeles - are under the age of 12, including one infant. They were all pronounced dead at the scene.  The children's father has now turned himself into the Lancaster Sheriff's Station and is being interviewed by investigators, but it remains unclear if he is a suspect in the deaths.  A woman and four children were found shot dead inside this Lancaster, California home on Sunday night Homicide detectives were still on the scene as of Monday morning Authorities say they received a call at around 10.30pm about someone who had stopped breathing and...
    Two of the 13 siblings rescued from a California 'House of Horrors' three years ago have told of how their parents used the Bible to justify the abuse they meted out. Jennifer, 33 and Jordan Turpin, 21, speaking with Diane Sawyer, explained in detail the extremes parents David and Louise would keep the children captive and in line, and even quoted the Book of Deuteronomy to claim they would be justified in choosing to murder their offspring.  The kids were threatened with belts and sticks and even told that if they didn't behave, the parents would chain them to their beds and pull their hair.   'To be honest, not even all of us know every single thing each one of us went though,' Jordan told Sawyer. They also said that the parents 'literally' used the Bible to justify how they treated the siblings.   Jennifer and Jordan Turpin (second from left) spoke to Diane Sawyer about their rescue. The full interview is set to air on Friday Jennifer (left) and Jordan (right) Turpin spoke out for the first time about their horror...
    Prince Charles has denied 'fictional' claims that he was the royal who questioned the skin colour of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's future children.   A source quoted in a book being released on Tuesday, Brothers and Wives: Inside the Private Lives of William, Kate, Harry and Meghan by Christopher Anderson, makes the bombshell accusation.  They claim that Prince Charles asked his wife Camilla, 'I wonder what the children will look like?' on the morning the couple's engagement was officially announced - November 27, 2017. Prince Charles has denied 'fictional' claims that he was the royal who questioned the skin colour of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's future children A source quoted in a book being released on Tuesday, Brothers and Wives: Inside the Private Lives of William, Kate, Harry and Meghan by Christopher Anderson, makes the bombshell accusation The source added that Camilla seemed 'somewhat taken aback' by the question and said, 'Well, absolutely gorgeous, I'm certain,' according to Page Six.    Prince Charles reportedly then added: 'I mean, what do you think their children's complexion might be?'  RELATED ARTICLES ...
    A CULT buster has described how "narcissistic" leaders recruit their followers and described what loved ones can do to save relatives they are worried about. Rick Ross told The Sun those in charge of the groups often exhibit similar characteristics and prey on vulnerable people "who are going through a bad time." XX Ross has more than 35 years experience in helping victims to escape cults after witnessing an attempted infiltration of his grandmother's nursing home in 1982. He said cults prey on the vulnerable. And they are often led by people Ross describes as " deeply narcissistic and ego driven." He added: "They have no conscious about what they do or who they hurt. They do not have empathy about someone feeling pain.  "They are driven by their needs and desires and part of that is to be the center of attention and adored. Ross told The Sun those vulnerable to joining a sects are "going through a bad time". Most read in The US Sun'STAY WARM!' Travis Barker's baby mama Shanna Moakler poses in tiny bikini...
    While President Joe Biden is attempting to undo four years of Trumpish and decades of inequality, Democratic Sens. Joe Manchin and Kyrsten Sinema are being rewarded by Republican mega-donors for the precise purpose of blocking that, blatantly and unapologetically. Along the way, the $6 trillion jobs, economic equality, tax the rich, and climate change plans got whittled down to $3.5 trillion and then down again to $1.75 trillion while Democrats played whack-a-mole with these two and, to a lesser extent, their conservative Democratic House counterparts. When one made a demand that was satisfied, the other would pop up with their own demands, dragging the process out and singlehandedly fanning the flames of "Dems in disarray" reporting. The whole point of this exercise for the two of them, it appears, is to open up the Republican donor spigot. That's were the really big political money is, and courting it is so much easier than doing the necessary work it takes to amass small donor donations. Like showing up in your state, holding town meetings, and being accountable to the...
    IT may be high treason to “imagine or compass” the death of a Queen, but as Elizabeth II clocks up a record 70 years on the throne, the House of Windsor is talking of little else. The 95-year-old monarch last week gave her royal assent, saying: “None of us can slow the passage of time.” 4The 95-year-old Queen last week gave her royal assent, saying: 'None of us can slow the passage of time' 4The monarchy’s future lies in the modernising Prince William, glamorous Kate, Duchess of Cambridge, and their children George, Charlotte and LouisCredit: AFP Her Majesty might yet outlive her mum, who made 101, but as she reduces her workload, plans are already in train for King Charles III and, in time, King William V. Successions are perilous times for a monarchy. The Queen is a revered global icon. Her passing will leave an unimaginable vacuum. Few can remember any other face on our currency. “God save the Queen” may never be heard again in our lifetimes. But there are risks to this continuity, fuelled by antagonism between...
    'We will be together again one day' In August, the couple cut off electronic tracking devices and fled form their California home, leaving their three children behind with just a note of explanation. "We will be together again one day," the couple wrote in their letter. "This is not a goodbye but a brief break from each other." Earlier this week, a California judge sentenced Ayvazyan and Terabelian in absentia to 17 years and 6 years in prison, respectively. During Monday's sentencing, U.S. District Judge Stephen V. Wilson said that Ayvazyan is nothing more than an "endemic, cold-hearted fraudster with no regard for the law" and who "views fraud as an achievement." 'Somebody out there may want to silence him'Ashwin J. Ram, an attorney for Ayvazyan, said that he has not spoken to his client since August, and suggested that the couple may have been abducted by other co-conspirators. "He (Ayvazyan) has been accused of conspiring with dozens of people, and only a few have been charged," Ram said. "So if he is really the ringleader,...
    SOPHIE Ellis-Bextor shot to fame as a popstar in the late 90s with hits including Murder On The Dancefloor. However behind closed doors she is just known as mum to her five children. 2 Sophie Ellis Bextor has five childrenCredit: Rex Features Who are Sophie Ellis-Bextor's children? Sophie Ellis Bextor gave birth to her fifth child, a son named Mickey, on January 7, 2019. She shared a pic on Instagram of the new arrival with the caption: "He’s here! Mickey Jones born today weighing 7lb 1oz and he’s absolutely gorgeous. "Welcome to our quirky little family, sweet boy. "We’re so glad you’re here safe. Xxxxxxxxxxxx.". Sophie had her eldest child Sonny in 2004. Her other kids are  Kit, born in 2009, Ray, born in 2012, and Jesse, arriving in 2015. MORE ON SOPHIE ELLIS BEXTORExclusiveFFS… MR SWEARY IS BACK Gordon Ramsay asked to tone down swearing for new show — but refusesnew neighbour Sophie Ellis-Bextor to make soap debut next year as she breaks into actingCommentULRIKA JONSSON I know all about Strictly curse, it happened to me on Gladiators'HEAVY PRICE' Sophie...
    Singer Ciara and her children joined first lady Jill Biden at the White House on Wednesday to wave goodbye to Joe Biden as he left for a trip to Detroit. The president detoured from the Oval Office over to the South Portico, where he walked up a few steps to exchange words with them. He then left to board Marine One. 'Wave bye,' Ciara, who is married to Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson, was heard telling her three children: daughter Sienna Princess, 4, and sons Future Zahir, 7, and Win Harrison, 1.  Win Harrison, being held by his mom, waved enthusiastically as the president walked away.  The '1, 2 step' singer was at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue to meet with the first lady as part of Jill Biden's effort to get children 5 to 11 vaccinated.  'They are filming a digital product encouraging pediatric vaccines,' East Wing spokesman Michael LaRosa told DailyMail.com.  President Joe Biden says "bye" to first lady Jill Biden,  singer Ciara Princess Wilson, Sienna Princess Wilson, Future Zahir Wilburn,and Win Harrison Wilson Ciara's youngest son Win Harrison waved bye...
    A Los Angeles fraudster couple who were convicted of trying to steal more than $20million in Covid relief funds have been jailed for 23 years even though they are still on the run.   Richard Ayvazyan, 43, was sentenced Monday in absentia to 17 years and his wife, Marietta Terabelian, 37, was given six years behind bars for conspiracy, bank fraud and money laundering. Ayvazyan's brother, Artur Ayvazyan, 41, was sentenced to five years.  The three Encino residents used dozens of phony or stolen identities - including those of elderly or dead people and foreign exchange students who briefly visited the United States - to submit applications for some 150 federal Covid business relief funds. They backed up the applications with false tax documents, and payroll records, officials said. FBI agents are pictured raiding the $3.25million home of Richard Ayvazyan and Marietta Terabelian, which they bought with stolen Covid relief funds, in November 2020  Ayvazyan (left), 43, was sentenced Monday in absentia to 17 years and his wife, Terabelian (right), 37, was given six years behind bars Instead of going to struggling businesses...
    A Virginia university has placed a trans professor on administrative leave after they sparked outrage for claiming it is not immoral for adults to be sexually attracted to children.  'Old Dominion University has placed Dr. Allyn Walker on administrative leave, effective immediately, from their position as assistant professor of sociology and criminal justice,' the university's spokesperson, Amber Kennedy, said in a statement on Tuesday.  Walker, a tenure-track assistant professor at Old Dominion, had penned a controversial book attempting to destigmatize pedophilia titled A Long Dark Shadow: Minor-Attracted People and Their Pursuit of Dignity, published by the University of California Press.  Walker, who uses the pronouns they/them, said in a recent online interview with the Prostasia Foundation, a child advocacy group that promotes child sex doll usage for pedophiles, that pedophiles did not ask to be sexually attracted to children.   Kennedy said that the online backlash had led to concerns for Walker's safety and that of the campus, and placing them on leave was the best course of action.   'Furthermore, the controversy over Dr. Walker's research has disrupted the campus and community environment...
    Two sisters who were pregnant at the same time have recreated an adorable childhood photo of them with balloons up their dresses.  Bri Dietz, 35, and her sister Chaulet Barba, 33, from San Diego, were ecstatic when they discovered they were going to be pregnant at the same time.  Bri immediately remembered taking a photo when the two were just four and six years old, pretending to be pregnant with balloon bumps. And after Bri gave birth to her daughter Goldie Dietz, now two, and Chaulet had one-year-old Gemma Barba just a few months later, the two cousins posed in a photo identical to their mothers'. Calling the image 'a dream come true', Bri said: 'It made it feel not only like it came full circle from playing that as a kid, but it felt like a special sister moment.'  Bri Dietz, 35, and her sister Chaulet Barba, 33, from San Diego, who were pregnant at the same time have recreated an adorable childhood photo of them with balloons up their dresses (left, aged four and six, and right, now) ...
    A child has been killed and their sibling is fighting for their life after their father stabbed them in their beds and threw them from a 50ft balcony in Sweden, local reports say. Stockholm police have launched a murder and attempted murder probe after both parents were arrested. The identity of the two suspects has not been confirmed by police who have only said the pair had a relationship with the children and each other but Swedish media said it is understood to be the children's mother and father. A child has been killed and their sibling is fighting for their life after their father stabbed them in their beds and threw them from a 50ft balcony in Sweden, local reports say Stockholm police have launched a murder and attempted murder probe after both parents were allegedly arrested The father, 45, is believed to have stabbed himself after carrying out the horrific attack. The children, who are both under the age of 10, were rushed to a hospital in a helicopter.  RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next ...
    The school mask mandate in New York State can only be lifted after parents “do the right thing” and vaccinate their children, New York Gov. Kathy Hochul (D) suggested this week. Interim guidance for in-person instruction, issued June 7, 2021, states that masks should be required in school facilities, requiring them to be “worn by all individuals in all classroom and non-classroom settings, including but not limited to hallways, school offices, restrooms, gyms, auditoriums, etc.” While masks are not required outdoors, schools may choose to require them in such scenarios.  Currently, there is no end in sight for the school mask mandate. Rather, Hochul is placing the burden on the parents, suggesting the they must get their children vaccinated if they want to return to a state of maskless, pre-pandemic normalcy.  “If parents do the right thing all over the state, get their kids vaccinated. There will come a time when there’s no reason to wear a mask, that every child is safe. But we need compliance,” she said during an appearance on WNYW’s Good Day New York this week. “And in some communities...
    The number of migrant adults posing as unaccompanied children at the border rose slightly in the first month in October along the El Paso sector. Newly released U.S. Border Patrol data show that since October 1 in the El Paso sector, 55 adults attempted to present themselves as children. In the 12 months between October 1 2020 to September 30 2021, 559 adult migrants were stopped.  The El Paso sector encompasses 264 miles of the southwestern border in New Mexico and west Texas.  The sector reported 193,918 undocumented migrants at the border for fiscal year 2021, the fourth-highest amount among U.S. Border Patrol’s nine sectors. At least 22,906 minors were stopped by border officers. Agents of the El Paso sector work with the Department of Homeland Security to identify the fraudulent scheme. It is commonly used by criminal organization who provide smuggling services through the Mexico-United States border for migrants. U.S. Border Patrol encountered about 200 migrants in Normandy, Texas, after the group crossed the Mexico-United States border on November 3. According to U.S. Border Patrol's El Paso Sector announced Friday...
    A DEVELOPMENTAL therapist has revealed her best tip to get kids into their winter gear before heading out the door. The expert, Kayla O'Neill, says it all has to do with how you motivate your kids. 3A mother and parenting expert says her hack will encourage kids to get into their warm winter jacketCredit: TikTok 3The secret is to not beg and plead with kids; it's to speak their languageCredit: TikTok Rather than simply begging them to put on their winter coats because you’ve got things to do and places to be, Kayla, who is also a mom of small children, says you need to pique your child's interest.  In her video posted to TikTok, she suggested asking kids to have a race to “see who can get dressed first.” “When logic isn’t working, try incorporating play,” she suggested. “That’s the language kids speak.” Some parents who viewed the tip commented that they were interested to see how the idea works on their own children, while others thought to share their own stories involving the issue at hand. “I let...
    Grammy-winning musician Ziggy Marley and his music manager wife Orly may be the king and queen of market research when it comes to children's books. The couple has seven kids and reading is a part of their daily lives, so it only makes sense that their newest children's book, Little John Crow, is already exciting young readers across the country.Little John Crow is about a young vulture who does not want to be a vulture anymore. The book teaches readers about the power of perception, the importance of self-pride, and the vital roles we all play in maintaining and improving our planet.Ziggy and Orly Marley chatted with ABC7 News anchor Jobina Fortson about their newest book for her Midday Live book club series.You can view their full discussion in the video above.
    HOW much you learn about the world as a child may impact how much of it you explore when you grow up, according to new research. In a recent survey of 2,000 respondents, more than half (55 percent) said expanding their horizons when they were young is what motivated them to travel as an adult. 3Parents reveal they want their kids to have more experiencesCredit: Getty 3They said they want them to travel moreCredit: Getty Overall, 76 percent said they enjoyed learning about the world around them when they were younger. Seven in 10 are nostalgic about that time in their childhood, wishing they could experience learning about the world for the first time all over again. Conducted by OnePoll on behalf of Little Passports, the survey found that nearly a quarter of respondents (23 percent) remember feeling excited about traveling as kids. Seventy-three percent agreed that traveling with kids today is one of the best ways to teach them about the world (73 percent), and four in five think it’s important for children to be exposed to different cultures at...
    A majority of parents who are hesitant to get their child vaccinated against COVID-19 fear potential side effects of the vaccine. The Week 39 Household Pulse survey, conducted by the U.S. Census Bureau and  published on Wednesday, asked parents of children aged 12 to 17 - who were unsure or definitely did not plan to get their child vaccinated - their reasons for hesitation. More than two-thirds, 69 percent, reported they were concerned about side-effects, while one in every four parents said they were not sure if their children needed the shot. Until this week, children aged 12 to 17 were the youngest age group eligible for the vaccine, though regulators made the decision to expand vaccine authorization to children aged five to 11 earlier this week. Many parents have been undecided on vaccinating their children because kids rarely get severely ill and make up less than 0.1 percent of all Covid deaths in the U.S.  A majority of parents that do not have plans to get their child aged 12 to 17 vaccinated for Covid cite concerns about side...
    A for-profit child care facility is encouraging parents to talk about “anti-racism” and “diversity, equity, and inclusion” at home with their children as young as six weeks old. KinderCare, a child care network headquartered in Portland, Oregon, is telling parents that “it’s never too early” to teach children about “diversity, equity, and inclusion” (DEI) in the home. The organization’s DEI homepage promised to introduce students to “culturally responsive teaching,” which places students’ identity and emotions at the center of their education. “Whether your child is six weeks old or in the sixth grade, they’re ready to learn how to practice empathy, compassion and understanding,” the DEI homepage reads. “And everything they do — from reading books and making art to even having lunch — can be experienced through an anti-bias lens.” KinderCare’s DEI page includes resources for bringing DEI lessons into the home. Parents with babies are encouraged to read books that “show different cultures, identities, and characters,” listen to new music genres, and share “little tastes of food” from “different cuisines.” According to the website, naming feelings for a...
    The wife of Trump-backed Senate Candidate Sean Parnell told a court Monday that her estranged husband once choked her and didn't let go until she bit him to escape and once slapped one of their young children so hard he left finger-shaped welts on the child's body.  In a tearful testimony, Laurie Snell detailed chronic physical and emotional abuse from her husband, which she said got 'worse and worse' as the years went on.  She said that Parnell once pinned her down and called her a 'whore' and a 'piece of s---,' according to the Philadelphia Inquirer.  Snell testified that Parnell once punched a closet door so hard it swung into a child's face so forcefully it left a bruise and afterwards, Parnell told the child: 'That was your fault.' The former couple's children are aged 8-12. Snell is seeking primary custody, though the couple currently splits custody. The couple's children are splashed all across Parnell's campaign website.  Snell was not subjected to cross-examination on Monday, the first day of the three-day custody battle, so Parnell did not have a...
    The Houston House of Horrors mother and her boyfriend lived in the apartment with the decomposing remains of the woman's eight-year-old son and kept his three surviving siblings locked in the room with the child's corpse, it was alleged in court on Monday. Gloria Williams, 35, appeared before a judge and had a defense attorney assigned to represent her.  Judge Kelli Johnson said that Williams' current bond totaling $900,000 was insufficient for the charges against her, including injury to a child by omission and tampering with evidence, stemming from the November 2020 beating death of her son Kendrick Lee. Williams' boyfriend, Brain Coulter, 31, is charged with felony murder for allegedly punching and kicking the autistic eight-year-old to death, and then leaving his body to rot in the Houston apartment alongside his brothers, ages 15, 10 and 7. He is being held on $1 million bond.  Scroll down for video  Gloria Williams, 35, appeared in Houston court Monday and had a lawyer assigned to represent her as she faces charges stemming from the killing of her 8-year-old son A judge said Williams'...
    The United States is heading toward a dangerous embrace of European Marxism, and the Justice Department's memo seeking to silence parents concerned about critical race theory [CRT] is just one symptom of it, "Life, Liberty & Levin" host Mark Levin said over the weekend. Levin focussed his opening monologue Sunday on the left's fixation with the controversial race-based idealogy that has infiltrated classrooms across the country, denouncing the curriculum as little more than "racism and bigotry."   "Have you ever wondered why the Democrats don't denounce critical race theory? Critical race theory is critical racism theory," he said. "You see how this has spread like poison through our colleges and universities, through our body politic, and now in your elementary schools, middle schools and high schools." GARLAND FACES QUESTIONS ABOUT THE POLITICIZATION OF THE JUSTICE DEPARTMENT Opponents of the academic doctrine known as Critical Race Theory protest outside of the Loudoun County School Board headquarters, in Ashburn, Virginia, June 22, 2021. REUTERS/Evelyn Hockstein (REUTERS/Evelyn Hockstein) Levin later took aim at the Justice Department's memo for encouraging the FBI to...
    Elected authorities in the United States want to legislate to increase the protection of children on these social networks, where they are sometimes subjected to violent and inappropriate content. Representatives from Dictoc, Snapshot, and YouTube discussed their influence on children who are the most frequent users of these sites by the U.S. Senate Commission on October 26. A few weeks after the trial, in front of the same business group, Whistleblower Francis Hougan, he revealed with supporting documents that Facebook’s internal research shows that his use of the social networking site Instagram is harmful to some. Of the teenagers who used it. Inappropriate content “Dictoc, Snapshot and YouTube all play a key role in exposing children to dangerous content,” said Senator Marsha Blackburn, co-chair of the group. “Social media can provide entertainment and educational opportunities,” the commission wrote in a presentation to the inquiry. ..) and kidnapping of minors. “ Many elected officials want legislation to include additional safety measures for minors in the texts. Specific activities for young people Snapchat has set a minimum age of 13 for registration...
    Former President Donald Trump says he supports parents protesting at local school boards against administrators who seek to teach Critical Race Theory while denouncing claims that those doing the demonstrating are 'terrorists.' ‘I’ve been watching the school board hearings more closely than I ever have, to be honest, and it’s so interesting,' the former president told Fox News on Saturday. 'The parents are incensed. They’re not terrorists. They’re people that are just so upset.' Trump was commenting on the controversy surrounding the Loudoun County school board in Virginia, where a parent whose child was the victim of a sexual assault was dragged out of a meeting after administrators refused to believe his claims. A judge later ruled that his daughter was indeed assaulted in a school - prompting the head of the school board to apologize. The former president said parents are mobilized to prevent schools from teaching racial content.  'They’re angry. They’re hurt. They’re crying because their children are being taught things that - in our opinion, in my opinion, in the vast majority of the people in this...
    Democrat Terry McAuliffe wants “government between parents and their children,” Virginia’s Republican gubernatorial candidate Glenn Youngkin warned during an appearance on Breitbart News Saturday, identifying education as one of the most critical issues in the Old Dominion days before the election. A Washington Post poll released on Friday identified education as the number one issue for Virginia voters heading into Tuesday’s governor’s race, and Youngkin said the chaos in Loudoun County, Virginia, has essentially elevated the concerns to the national level. “Everybody has seen Loudoun County, Virginia, as ground zero for the fundamental demand from parents to have a role in their children’s education,” he explained. While he said Virginia law states that parents have a fundamental right to make decisions on their children’s education, school boards are shutting parents out. While parents have been standing up for their fundamental right, Democrats have objected. “Terry McAuliffe says you don’t have a right. He wants government between parents and their children — politicians and bureaucrats dictating what our kids are doing,” he said, briefly referencing the “explosive” school official coverup of an...
    A New York realtor filmed himself chasing young school children down the street as they came out of school, telling them they had been abused because they were being forced to wear masks by teachers and parents. Curtis Goldstein, who also goes by the name Curtis Orwell worked for R New York Real Estate and shot footage in which he yelled at the youngsters through a bullhorn. In video posted to Twitter, Goldstein could be heard on Twitter telling the kids to remove their masks as they left school outside P.S. 158 on Manhattan's Upper East Side. Realtor Curtis Goldstein, pictured, filmed himself chasing mask-wearing school children Goldstein used a bullhorn to tell the kids who were wearing face masks they were being 'abused' by their parents The children were followed and harassed as they walked out of P.S. 158 on Manhattan's Upper East Side 'You need to be breathing fresh oxygen. This is diabolical. This is a psychological operation. Children should be breathing fresh oxygen!' Goldstein yells. 'Why are we suppressing oxygen levels to our children? Why? Why...
    The rollout of COVID-19 vaccines has given Americans a chance to return to normal life and take part in some festivities that were missed during 2020. One of those yearly celebrations expected to return this weekend for Halloween fis trick-or-treating.  With the pandemic not quite over yet, however, and many children and teens still unvaccinated, there are some fears that the time-honored tradition might not be safe. Experts told DailyMail.com that trick-or-treating is safe to do this year, but parents should still take some precautions to protect their children and themselves. Experts believe that children are at little risk when they go trick-or-treating this year, though parents should take some precautions to protect themselves and others in the household (file photo) Even indoor gatherings at schools or community centers should be safe, but parents should still watch their children and make sure they are washing their hands, among other safety measures. Pictured: Johnstown, Pennsylvania, residents prepare for Halloween festivities at a police department on October 27 'I think it's safer than it was [last year],' Dr Chris Thompson, an associate...
    The father of eight-year-old Kendrick Lee learned of his youngest son's horrific death on the news, DailyMail.com can reveal.   Courtney Lee is the biological father of Kendrick and two of the three surviving young brothers who were found abandoned in a Houston house of horrors alongside the little boy's decomposing body last week.  'Kendrick is my baby, he's my youngest son,' Lee said in an exclusive interview with DailyMail.com. 'I still can't believe it.'   Courtney Lee (pictured with wife Dione) is the biological father of eight-year-old Kendrick Lee and two of the three surviving boys found abandoned in a Houston house of horrors  In an exclusive interview with DailyMail.com, Lee revealed he had been estranged from his kids and only learned of Kendrick's death in the news. The decomposing body of the eight-year-old (pictured left with mom Gloria Williams) was found in a Houston area apartment where he and his siblings had been living alone  Lee shared three boys, Jordan, 15, Trevon, 10, and Kendrick, with Gloria Y. Williams, 35, who has been accused of starving and neglecting her children. ...
    The mother at the center of the Houston House of Horrors case tried to defend her actions by claiming that she would check on her three surviving sons living alone with the decomposing corpse of their brother every two weeks - and she also denied knowing that her autistic eight-year-old boy was dead after a beating. Gloria Williams, 35, spoke exclusively with KHOU11 on Thursday while being held in the Harris county Jail on $900,000 bond in connection with the November 2020 death of her son Kendrick Lee and the neglect of his siblings.  During the jailhouse interview, Williams was quoted as saying: 'I'm sorry.'  The mother-of-six has been charged with injury to a child by omission and tampering with evidence - a human corpse. Williams' boyfriend, Brian Coulter, 31, is charged with felony murder for allegedly punching and kicking the autistic eight-year-old to death, and then leave his body to rot in a Houston apartment alongside his brothers, ages 15, 10 and 7.  When asked whether she knew Kendrick was dead, Williams said 'no,' even though according to a probable...
    When George Clooney entered Fortress Australia, he and his glamorous family were whisked directly to a quarantine set up like no other. While everyday returning Aussies are holed up in government-run hotels in capital cities, the Clooney clan were granted an exemption to hunker down at one of the most exclusive residences NSW has to offer. The A-Lister is in town for just two weeks and will spend the entirety of his NSW stay at Mount Robertson Farm before flying north to warmer climates with fellow Hollywood heavyweight Julia Roberts. There they will film rom-com Ticket to Paradise.    The backdrop of paradise in the film will be Queensland's Whitsundays, but the Clooney's current digs in NSW would certainly be considered paradise to families holed up in tiny, windowless quarantine hotels. When George Clooney entered Fortress Australia, he and his glamorous family were whisked directly to a quarantine set up like no other. Pictured: George and Amal Clooney enjoying the sun during quarantine last week While everyday returning Aussies are holed up in government-run hotels in capital cities, the Clooney clan...
    PRINCE Harry and Meghan Markle have isolated themselves from their family because they’re “desperate to control their narrative”, according to a royal author. Commentator Tom Bower, who is currently working on a biography of Meghan, said that the Duke, 37, and Duchess of Sussex, 40, will live to regret their “poisonous choice” of cutting people out of their lives. 1Meghan Markle and Prince Harry will regret their "poisonous choice" to isolate themselves according to royal commentator Tom BowerCredit: AFP Speaking to Closer, Bower said that the “stubborn” couple are becoming increasingly isolated in their California home of Montecito where they live with their two children Archie, two and Lilibet who was born in June. He told the publication: “I believe Meghan is a very stubborn person, but I think eventually even she'll realise that this isolated world she and Harry and built for themselves was a poisonous choice. “They seem so desperate to control the narrative that they can't risk anyone else influencing it - but this will simply cause more damage to them in the future, when their children...
    Communicating has never been easier thanks to smartphones and messaging apps,  but it also makes it easier for parents to send embarrassing texts to their kids.  People have shared the hilarious messages they've received from their parents on the American trivia website The Daily Stuff. Some parents learned the hard way never to trust their phone's auto-correct feature when one mother told her daughter she'd been 'fondling' herself instead of 'Googling'.  Another didn't realise her finger was over the camera lens when sending multiple pictures of a landscape, while a dad trying to be helpful texted one of his offspring to let them know they'd left their phone at home.  People have shared the hilarious messages they've received from their parents on the American trivia website The Daily Stuff . One mother bemused her child when she sent them gibberish because she didn't have her glasses on Let's abbreviate this conversation! Things went wrong for one mother who was attempting to expand her knowledge  A very enthusiastic mother mistakenly used the poop emoji to represent chocolate chips, because they looked...
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    A Houston woman and her boyfriend were arrested and charged by authorities on Tuesday for abandoning and neglecting her three young children in a home for months at a time while the kids' nine-year-old brother's corpse decomposed in the house for more than a year.  Gloria Y. Williams, 35, has been charged with injury to a child by omission, failure to provide medical care and failure to provide adequate supervision, according to Harris County Sheriff Ed Gonzalez. Brian W. Coulter, 31, is charged with murder in connection with the child's death, ABC 13 TV reported.  The death of a nine-year-old boy whose skeletal remains were found over the weekend inside a Houston apartment also housing his three starving brothers has been ruled a homicide.  The Harris County Medical Examiner’s Office on Tuesday ruled that the unnamed child suffered multiple blunt force injuries, resulting in his death by homicide.   It is unknown at this time whether the victim's mother or her boyfriend, who were interviewed and released yesterday, would face any charges in connection with the child's death.  A spokesperson for...
    The three neglected children who were found abandoned in squalid conditions in a Houston home alongside the skeletal remains of their nine-year-old brother who had been dead for more than a year managed to survive thanks to help from a neighbor.  The children’s mother and her boyfriend were questioned and released by law enforcement officials. Child welfare services in Texas have also launched an investigation. The mother and her boyfriend left the children alone for several months, according to law enforcement officials. Occasionally, the mother would return to bring the kids food.  The three children were taken to a hospital for treatment. An autopsy is being conducted on the fourth child to determine a cause of death. An unidentified Good Samaritan who lived in a nearby apartment complex in Houston brought the three children food and charged their phones after the electricity was cut in their house, the Harris County Sheriff’s Department told The Daily Beast. But another neighbor wondered why the person who brought them food didn't alert authorities beforehand regarding the neglect that the children were experiencing as...
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    DENVER (CBS4) – The FDA Advisory Committee meets Tuesday to review research about giving children between the ages of five and 11 the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccines. The CDC has a meeting scheduled for next week. The agency says the Pfizer pediatric vaccine is nearly 91% effective at preventing symptomatic COVID cases. CBS4 Medical Editor Dr. Dave Hnida discussed vaccines for children on CBSN Denver ahead of the hearings. He said the process for these younger children will be on a smaller and more personalized level than the mass clinics we saw when the vaccines were first approved for adults. “I think parents are going to have the opportunity, much more than we did, to ask questions about the vaccines and be reassured that the vaccines truly are safe and truly are effective,” Hnida said. “I think it’s important to understand that kids do need to be vaccinated,” he went on. “I know that a lot of folks say, ‘Well, you know COVID really isn’t that big of a deal in young children.’ Some kids do wind up having issues with...
    DENVER (CBS4) – The FDA Advisory Committee meets Tuesday to review research about giving children between the ages of five and 11 the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccines. The CDC has a meeting scheduled for next week. The agency says the Pfizer pediatric vaccine is nearly 91% effective at preventing symptomatic COVID cases. READ MORE: Hay Fire In Parker Consumes Haunted HouseCBS4 Medical Editor Dr. Dave Hnida discussed vaccines for children on CBSN Denver ahead of the hearings. He said the process for these younger children will be on a smaller and more personalized level than the mass clinics we saw when the vaccines were first approved for adults. READ MORE: Officials Visit Denver As Mile High City Is Considered For FIFA World Cup 2026 Matches“I think parents are going to have the opportunity, much more than we did, to ask questions about the vaccines and be reassured that the vaccines truly are safe and truly are effective,” Hnida said. “I think it’s important to understand that kids do need to be vaccinated,” he went on. “I know that a lot of...
    Three children, ages 7, 10, and 15, were found living alone in an apartment in deplorable conditions, along with decomposing remains that police believe belong to their sibling. The siblings and skeletal remains were found at 3535 Green Crest, near Addicks Clodine & Westpark Tollway, in Houston, Texas, around 4.30 pm on Sunday, after responding to a request for a welfare check.  Sheriff Ed Gonzales said they were living in deplorable conditions and that the body of the dead child was on full display. While there were no indications that the children were locked in the house, they had seemingly been abandoned by adults for a long period of time and were 'fending for each other.'   Three siblings and skeletal remains presumed to be of a fourth sibling were found at 3535 Green Crest in Houston on Sunday  HCSO Sheriff Ed Gonzales said an unit was sent to do a welfare check at the residence after receiving a call. The body was not concealed 'I think the oldest sibling was doing the best she could to take care of the others,' Gonzales said....
    Mark Zuckerberg's wife Priscilla Chan has revealed how her two daughters, aged five and four, are already learning to code with their tech-whizz father. The American philanthropist and a former paediatrician, 36, also admitted that she thought her Facebook-founder husband was a 'bit of a rebel' when they first met at Harvard 18 years ago. Priscilla and Silicon Valley giant Mark, who married in 2012, share two daughters, Maxima, five, and August, four, and their bedtime routine involves stories and coding with their father. Speaking to the Sunday Times Magazine, the mother-of-two, who looks after her children in the morning, while Mark sorts the bedtime routine, revealed: 'Sometimes they will read books together. Sometimes they’ll code together. 'Mark has been doing that with August since she turned three,' she added.  Mark Zuckerberg's wife Priscilla Chan (pictured with her family) has revealed how her two daughters, aged five and four, are already learning to code with their tech-whizz father The couple famously met while queuing for the bathroom at a frat party while attending Harvard, before Mark dropped out to pursue the Facebook adventure. A...
    A DAD has been left distraught as his kids vomit and die after eating poisonous fruit in their garden that they thought were apples. Jhofran Mathias Gonzalez Chaya, 5, and sister Amira, 3, ate from a small tree known locally as "bola de toro", which bears the giant and toxic cherry-like fruit. 3Amira, 3, and Jhofran, 5, died after ingesting the poisonous red fruitCredit: Newsflash 3Thevetia Ahouai, also known as 'bola de toro' or 'huevo de toro', is reported to be deadlyCredit: Newsflash The tragic incident took place in the village of Montecitos, Colombia, on Sunday. After reportedly eating the red fruit, the youngsters began to suffer convulsions, according to local news outlet Noticias RCN. Their neighbour Jesus Elias Vanegas said: "The children thought they were apples and ate them. "At the time, nothing happened, but hours later they started to vomit and showed all the symptoms of poisoning." The siblings were taken to the Emiro Quintero Canizares Hospital, where they remained for two days, according to the local reports. The children's father said: "The boy ate six fruits...
    A man whose brother and sister-in-law died of COVID-19 last month has slammed people who have called their deaths 'fake news'. Mike Mitchem told the story of his brother, Kevin, and Kevin's wife, Misty, to NBC Washington earlier this month. Kevin, 48, and Misty, 46, were both unvaccinated, and had believed misinformation about the virus and the vaccine. The couple died from Covid in September, with both expressing regrets about not getting vaccinated before his death, his family told NBC Washington. They are survived by five children, Riley, 17; Leah, 14; twins Taylor and Aiden, 11; and Angel, 22, a child from Kevin's previous relationship. Now, Mike tells the Washington Post that he has had people reach out to him to tell him his family's story is 'fake news'. Kevin and Misty Mitchem (pictured) were high school sweethearts that both died of COVID-19 in September. Both were unvaccinated despite pleas from their family to get the shots. Kevin's brother, Mike, reports that he has received messages claiming their story was 'fake news' Kevin (pictured) expressed regrets in his decision to...
    Megyn Kelly said that her son's school was teaching third-grade boys about puberty blockers so they can have their genitals "chopped off." “OK, so they unleashed a three-week experimental transgender education program on our boys,” Kelly said during The Megyn Kelly Show podcast on Tuesday. Kelly spoke with Rhode Island middle school teacher Ramona Bessinger who said she was suspended without pay because she spoke out against transgender and racial agendas pushed within her school district. BLACK LIVES MATTER OF GREATER NEW YORK LEADER BLASTS VACCINE MANDATES AS RACIST AND DISRESPECTFUL Kelly told an anecdote from a meeting she went to for her son's school in which one parent brought up an alarming incident. “One of our fellow parents, a man, raised his hand and said, ‘Why did my son come home’ — these are third graders, 8- and 9-year-olds — ‘Why did my son come home and asks if it’s true that he can take a pill to prevent puberty , and then, when he turns 18, he can have his penis chopped...
    Many young children are using social media, and their activity is often going unmonitored by parents, a new poll finds. Researchers from the University of Michigan surveyed parents of kids aged seven to 12 to ask about their children's social media usage, and how involved they are in monitoring the activity. They found that one-third of youngsters aged seven to nine and just under half of kids aged 10 to 12 had used social media in the past 12 months.  While five out of six parents reported using at least one parental control, 40 percent of parents say that regular monitoring their child's social use is too time consuming. A majority of parents also expressed concerns over children sharing private information, encountering sexual predators, seeing adult images or videos or being unable to discern false information. The rise of smart devices has also allowed children easy access to social media apps like Instagram and TikTok, in turn giving parents more to worry about with their child's online usage (file image)  Around one-third of children aged seven to nine use social...
    A Virginia couple in their 40s who refused pleas from their family to get the COVID-19 vaccine because they read misinformation online passed away from the disease within two weeks of each other, leaving behind five children and an infant grandson. High school sweethearts Kevin, 48, and Misty Mitchem, 46, regretted not taking the vaccine just before they died, according to their bereaved loved ones. Misty Mitchem, a medical transcriptionist by trade, declined to get the shot even though she had diabetes. 'He called me up [from the hospital] and said, "Mom, I love you and I wish that I’d got the shot",' Kevin's mother, Terry Mitchem, told NBC Washington. 'Of course I told him, "It's past. You can't do anything about it".' The couple is survived by their four young children: Riley, 17; Leah, 14; and twins Taylor and Aiden, 11. Kevin Mitchem had one daughter, Angel, 22, from a previous relationship. Angel is the mother of Lincoln, who will turn two in November. High school sweethearts Kevin, 48, and Misty Mitchem, 46, of Stafford Count, Virginia, regretted not...
    Parents from Indiana say their children were accidentally given adult doses of a COVID-19 vaccine instead of flu shots. Alexandra and Joshua Price, from Evansville, told WFIE that the family went to a Walgreens store on October 4 so they could all get influenza jabs.   Instead, the Prices say the pharmacist gave doses of the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine not just to the adults but also to their five-year-old daughter, Sophia, and four-year-old son, Lukas. However, the Pfizer vaccine is only approved for those aged 16 and older and authorized for those aged 12 to 15. The company has submitted an application to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration for emergency use authorization in kids aged five to 11. The Prices says that their kids are now suffering side effects including high blood pressure and increased heart rate.  Alexandra and Joshua Price, from Evansville, Indiana, went to a Walgreen store on October 4 with their two children so they could all get flu shots. Pictured: Alexandra (far left) and Joshua (second from right) with their two children Instead, all four of them...