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    A FORMER Victoria's Secret employee revealed plenty of customers tend to take off their clothes when they ask for help. And that's absolutely unnecessary. 3A former Victoria's Secret employee revealed many women just take off their clothes when they ask for helpCredit: TikTok 3She assured them it was completely unnecessaryCredit: TikTok Makenzie Marshall posted a video on social media where she claimed she saw a lot of naked customers. "I used to work at the fitting rooms of Victoria's Secret and would help fit people for their bras," she explained. "I just have to let you guys know a little secret – we can fit you for your bras with your clothes on. "When you've seen one pair of t*ts, you've seen them all so it's not a big deal but everyone just willingly whips them out and you're just like 'Oh excuse me.'" She ended her video by saying that despite the rather awkward moment, she loved her job because it let her boost other people's confidence. "But I have to say, it never gets...
    This is the moment a brave dog stared down a massive mountain lion as it pawed at his owner's patio doors.  Sarah Bole came home from work on Friday at about 5pm to find her dog Dash enraptured by the mountain lion and staring at it through the glass patio doors at  their home between Grand Lake and Granby, Colorado.  Footage shows Dash sitting completely still and silently watching the giant cat while Ms Bole desperately tries to call him to her.   Her trembling voice can be heard saying: 'Dash get back!' but the little dog stays exactly where he is and continues to stare at the lion, his tail wagging.  Sarah Bole came home from work on Friday at about 5pm to find her dog Dash enraptured by the lion and staring directly at it from behind the glass doors of their home between Grand Lake and Granby, Colorado Ms Bole's trembling voice can be heard saying: 'Dash get back!' but the brave little dog stays exactly where he is and continues to stare at the lion After almost three...
    Even though I’m not a parent (you can thank me later, nonexistent kids who were never forced to explain my Igloo cooler-sized head and piquant yeti musk to your friends and classmates), I feel every bit of this mini-Twitter thread from Rep. Eric Swalwell. I enjoy Swalwell’s takes, which tend to be clear, concise, amusing, and acerbic. And when it comes to the perpetual waves of death that have washed over our land since Donald Trump decided to politicize the coronavirus, the congressman speaks for most members of the pro-real-human-life crowd. Check it: xI’m losing my Covid patience???? I’ve tried to reason with the unvaxxed. I’ve directed some to medical pros. I don’t judge but hear them out and steer them to facts. The unvaxxed love to say it’s about choice. But you know who doesn’t have a choice? My 3 kids under 5. (1/3)— Rep. Eric Swalwell (@RepSwalwell) November 30, 2021 xthe outrage. The looney carnival barkers at the school board meetings DO NOT reflect where most parents are. Your unvaxxed status is creating new variants. So get your damn shot....
    FROM relearning how to wash our hair to being reminded the ABC of looking after your delicate vulva, this year has given us plenty of How Tos. Although the inevitable process of having to wash our clothes is a daily task we're confident we have mastered over the years, apparently there's also a correct way. 3Some viewers were not so sure of these recommendationsCredit: Instagram/@plnt.earth/ Do you wash your clothes after every use? Or do they all sit on that one chair? A new TikTok video has revealed how often you should wash everything from t-shirts to sleepwear, while also making sure it's done sustainably (a single wash can use up to anywhere from 15 to 45 gallons of water). FABULOUS BINGO: GET A £5 FREE BONUS WITH NO DEPOSIT REQUIRED The @brightly.eco video, which has since gone viral with over 1.6 million likes, has been based on a research project by a Annie Gonzalez, a board certified dermatologist. According to...
    THE cover of one of MI5's top agents was blown by her kids - but they have been sworn to secrecy and think their mum's job is really cool. The senior intelligence officer - who can only be identified as Director K - admitted her children discovered her real job after some espionage work of their own. 1Skyfall being filmed on Vauxhall Bridge in front of the MI5 building in LondonCredit: Alamy Only spouses and the closest relatives can know what Director K does for a living. But her kids worked out she was a spy for MI5 and confronted her with it - and she confessed. In an interview with The Telegraph, she said: "My kids think what I do is really cool. My kids now know what I do. They worked it out and confronted me. I was totally rumbled. "Normally you would not tell children early because it is quite a big secret to hold, but they are sensible and clearly quite capable." Now trusted with the true identity of one of the UK's most senior...
    Christmas decorations have been up for weeks and holiday tunes can be heard everywhere. Yet as the new book "All American Christmas" makes clear, as important as secular traditions are to so many of us all over the country — and as much as they keep us connected with our loved ones — we need to remind ourselves why we're really celebrating this month. We are wise to focus on "the role that religion plays" in the "celebrations of the Savior’s birth" during the Christmas season, as Fox News Channel's Rachel Campos-Duffy and Sean Duffy note in the introduction to their new book. "In our secular culture, it's easy to forget that Jesus is the reason for the season," says Campos-Duffy. CHARLES PAYNE ON CHRISTMAS JOY: ‘ALWAYS SOMETHING YOU CAN DO’ FOR OTHERS Check out more of this important inspiration related to Christmas, all drawn from the stories, traditions, and memories that are featured throughout "All American Christmas." There is, in fact, a blessed and profound reason that Christians all over the world celebrate Christmas. That clear focus — the...
    The flag of Iran is seen in front of the building of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) Headquarters on May 24, 2021 in Vienna, Austria.Michael Gruber | Getty Images News | Getty Images China may appear to be representing Iran's demands at the nuclear talks in Vienna, but it's not clear if Beijing will stay on Tehran's side as their political alliance is not "rock solid," said a political expert at the Middle East Institute in Singapore. Indirect talks between Iran and the U.S. kicked off on Monday, as the two countries look to revive the 2015 nuclear deal. Iran signed the deal — formally known as the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action — with the U.S., China, France, Germany, Russia and the U.K. However, under the administration of President Donald Trump, the U.S. unilaterally withdrew from the pact in 2018 and imposed harsh sanctions on Iran. Since then, Iran has also breached the agreement and increased its uranium stockpile and enriched them to levels beyond the parameters of the JCPOA. "While the battle is happening between the U.S....
    (CNN) — As soon as South Africa announced the spread of a new and troubling variant last week, scientists went to work. By the time the World Health Organization had named the new lineage Omicron, multiple teams of researchers had already duplicated the work of the laboratories in Durban and elsewhere, and mapped out the genetic changes that made Omicron the new bad actor of the coronavirus family. READ MORE: Baltimore Police Searching For Man Last Seen Over A Week AgoAlthough many of those mutations were familiar from other variants, scientists still were not sure whether they make Omicron substantially different from previous variants — especially the super-dominant Delta variant. It will take weeks of testing to tell what added superpowers, if any, these mutations give Omicron. Researchers will look at what’s happening in the real world by testing samples taken from patients, sequencing their genomes to see if it’s Omicron causing the infections, and looking to see if more and more samples turn out to be Omicron. They’ll also watch to see if Omicron infections lead to more severe...
    (CNN)As soon as South Africa announced the spread of a new and troubling variant last week, scientists went to work.By the time the World Health Organization had named the new lineage Omicron, multiple teams of researchers had already duplicated the work of the laboratories in Durban and elsewhere, and mapped out the genetic changes that made Omicron the new bad actor of the coronavirus family.Although many of those mutations were familiar from other variants, scientists still were not sure whether they make Omicron substantially different from previous variants -- especially the super-dominant Delta variant.It will take weeks of testing to tell what added superpowers, if any, these mutations give Omicron. Coronavirus variants: Heres what we knowResearchers will look at what's happening in the real world by testing samples taken from patients, sequencing their genomes to see if it's Omicron causing the infections, and looking to see if more and more samples turn out to be Omicron. Read MoreThey'll also watch to see if Omicron infections lead to more severe disease and if fully vaccinated people end up more likely to...
    WHATSAPP experts have revealed why they think the app is much better on iPhone than Android. WABetaInfo is a platform known for its insight into all the latest WhatsApp features and now it's put together a list of things Android users are missing. 1WhatsApp experts have claimed iPhone users have more WhatsApp benefits than Android usersCredit: Alamy An article on the WABetaInfo site explains: "Some members from my Discord community have logged the differences between the two platforms in these years, but note that we didn’t list features that are already available on a platform but are under development on the other one. "In this list, you will find exclusive features on a platform." The list revealed a staggering eight WhatsApp features that Android users are missing out on compared to iPhone users. In comparison, there's only two features that iPhone users are said to be lacking. These two features are listed as "Select all chats in edit mode" and "Send uncompressed photos as documents directly". Most read in Phones & GadgetsNOT SO TRICKY Your iPhone's best trick is...
    (CNN)Philadelphia 76ers star Joel Embiid returned to the court on Saturday night after being forced to miss nine games due to a positive Covid-19 resultEmbiid told reporters after the game he thought he wasn't going to make it."That jawn hit me hard," Embiid said. "I really thought I wasn't going to make it. It was that bad. So, I'm just thankful to be sitting here. I struggled with it, but I'm just glad I got over it and I'm just here.""Jawn" is Philadelphia slang, which can be used in place of almost any noun.Embiid said he had trouble breathing and had "headaches worse than migraines."Read More"The whole body was just done, I guess. It was not a good time," Embiid added.CNN has reached out to the 76ers to confirm Embiid's vaccination status, but the team wouldn't confirm.Embiid finished the game with 42 points and 14 rebounds in 45 minutes played in the 121-120 double overtime loss to the Minnesota Timberwolves."Honestly, I did not think I was going to play tonight after the workout last night," Embiid said. "Really couldn't go...
    EVER noticed that there is a tiny pocket inside women’s knickers and wondered what it is for? It turns out that the secret compartment is not for storing small items, but is actually for hygiene purposes. 5Ever noticed the secret 'pouch' inside knickers? No, it is not for storing itemsCredit: Fashion101 The “pocket” is in fact the gusset of her underwear. Gussets are often made with moisture-wicking breathable fabric such as cotton which helps to keep the genitals dry and ventilated. They also are highly absorbent and prevent friction as well as reducing the risk of infection. Synthetic materials don’t provide protection against rubbing, sweat and bacteria, so the cotton insert can be key. Last year, Stacey Solomon was left baffled over the “secret noonie pockets” she discovered in all of her underwear. Taking to her Instagram story, the mum-of-three posted a video of her swimming costume, pointing out the small insert in the lining of her pants. Speaking in the video, she asked: “I have been putting away my washing and I just have to know this. “I am...
    WE have nothing but fond memories of our local lollipop lady growing up. But despite seeing them twice a day for years, we never stopped to think just how difficult the job can be. 2Maria thought she'd be rolling in it after seeing TikTok videos of people boasting about how much they earned in traffic controlCredit: TikTok//@mariakefalas3 Giving insight into what the job entails, TikToker Maria Kefalas, who lives in Australia, shared some of the downsides of being in a lollipop lady. In a viral video that's been viewed by over 224,000 people, Maria confessed that she was convinced to apply for the job at her specific company after seeing people rave about the money on TikTok. She said: "I’ve been seeing a lot of TikToks in regards to traffic control and they’re all positive, they’re all good. They tell you how much money they make and how many hours they work and what not. "What they don’t tell you is... You can have a whole month with no work and then a whole month straight with work. Traffic...
    FORT MEADE, Md. (WJZ) — Hundreds of active duty service members at Thanksgiving dinner on base as many cannot make it home to be with family. The command staff at Fort Meade wanted to make sure these men and women had the traditional turkey and ham dinners with all the fixings but the contract Manager for the Food Service Staff, Melba Taylor, said they like to sprinkle in a few surprises. READ MORE: Last Minute Holiday Travelers Head Out Of BWI Airport“We have steak, we have lobster tail, we have shrimp and we have an assortment of desserts. A;most every dessert you can imagine,” Taylor said. After 19 years of serving this meal to the men and women in uniform, Taylor said she would not miss the opportunity. “It’s just an honor to serve those who serve us,” Taylor said. “These young people are my son’s age and to see the joy on their faces and give them hope, it makes them a little more joyful.” READ MORE: Christmas Village Returns To Baltimore's Inner HarborKourtney Nunnery, a Private First Class...
    PRINCE William today revealed his heartache after seeing kids in distress as he worked as an air ambulance pilot.  The Duke of Cambridge, who is a dad of three, said that he wanted to "avoid burdening" his family with his emotions and the traumatic things he'd seen on the job. 3Prince William announced the ambitious Blue Light Together package of mental health support for the emergency services at the Emergency Services Mental Health SymposiumCredit: Getty 3William detailed his mental health struggles when working with children as an air ambulance pilotCredit: PA:Press Association Wills recounted his time with the East Anglian Air Ambulance Service, saying: "Any job I went to with children, that really affected me, much more than I think if I hadn’t had children actually. “So, for me, it was the relationship with my personal life with essentially the family or the incident I was at – I found that very difficult." Prince William spoke at the Royal Foundation's Emergency Services Mental Health Symposium today - just days after the Royals were locked in a row with the BBC...
    A TREASURE hunter who found a grubby rock kept it on a shelf for years - before finding out it was far more valuable than he could have imagined. David Hole hoped there might be a gold nugget inside the rough brown lump but it was so tough his power tools failed to make a dent. 2The heavy lump has rusty dimples all overCredit: Museums Victoria 2Experts say it is a rare meteorite dating from the birth of our solar systemCredit: Museums Victoria It was only years later an expert told him it is actually an incredibly rare 4.6billion-year-old meteorite. Experts say only handful of space rocks of this size have fallen in the region in the last century. David found it in 2015 with his metal detector while scouring the yellow clay in Maryborough, near Melbourne, which is famous as the site of the Australian gold rush in the nineteenth century. It weighs a whopping 17kg - around 40lbs - and appears metallic with rusty dimples all over. David hoped he would find gold inside, so took it home...
    This article was first published by The Hartmann Report. Expect the gun control debate in America to really get hot over the next 12 months as Beto O'Rourke runs for governor of Texas. O'Rourke said, when running for president in 2019, "Hell yes, we're going to take your AR-15, your AK-47!" And it's entirely time for this debate. America has just a bit more than 4 percent of the world's population, but, with more guns than people in our country, we have more than 40 percent of all the guns in civilian hands in the world. Specifically, as a Swiss-based research group found, there are "approximately 857 million civilian-held firearms in the world's 230 countries and territories" and, as ABC News points out, in America there are "over 393 million firearms in civilian possession" as of 2017. About ten million more have been sold in the US since then: we are the only nation in the world with more guns than people. When asked recently if Beto O'Rourke stands by his position that, at the very least, we should get...
    A 103-year-old woman has captivated the internet with her memories of picking cotton in Georgia and Florida as a teenager — a job which would span 14 hours a day for just 50 cents pay. Madie Scott, who turns 104 on December 8, began 'working in the fields' picking cotton in Georgia when she was 12 before moving to Florida to make more money as a sharecropper at 16. In a now-viral TikTok video, the centenarian — who was born in 1917 — shared her recollections of the grueling job. 'When you get used to picking cotton, you pick it, you know how to pick it,' she said. Madie Scott, who turns 104 on December 8, began 'working in the fields' picking cotton in Georgia when she was 12 She moved to Miami, Florida to be a sharecropper when she was 16. She described working about 14 hours a day for barely any money for years @blackbeauty_305 Grandma picked cotton from 3am-5pm every day.. She was paid barely anything. Smh! ##storytime ♬ original sound - Denise B In videos recorded by her...
    DENVER (CBS4) – Since there was no snow through midnight Sunday night, the record has now been broken for the latest first snow ever recorded in Denver. And while there is a winter-style storm on the way for later this week, it seems unlikely Denver will get any accumulating snowfall. While it’s unknown when the first accumulation will happen this season, 2021 is guaranteed to top of the list of latest first snow ever recorded. The previous record was November 21, 1934. READ MORE: Denver Rewrites Weather History By Breaking 1934 Record For Latest First Measurable Snow (source: CBS) Denver has also reached fifth place on the list of longest streaks without snow (from the last snow in the spring to the first snow in the fall). Only four years 1880s have had longer streaks. Like this year, the city was in a drought at that time. Plus record keeping was as dependable as it eventually became in the 20th century so some of the records are questions. Regardless, if Denver were to reach December 13 without measurable, the city...
    YOU don't have to be a gym bunny to know that lifting weights is serious business - and something which involves properly studying your technique. Earlier this month, TikTok user @marzii10 was working out in her local gym when she decided to film her routine. 3The TikTok user was filming her workout to study her method afterwardsCredit: @marziii10/Tiktok 3It was only when she looked back over the clip later that she noticed it looked like the man was recording herCredit: @marziii10/Tiktok The opening of the video - which has racked up over two MILLION views - shows the woman standing in front of a mirror while her phone was propped up on a piece of equipment behind her. As he arrived on the mat, a fellow gym-goer then briefly blocks the screen, places his bag on the floor while keeping his phone in one hand. Aware that her phone was probably in his way, the TikToker rushed to move it and quickly apologised. But it was only when the woman looked back over the footage in her car that...
    ON the face of things, our house might seem tidy - but take a closer look and you'll find most things are covered in dust. Take our radiators for instance. 1How do YOU clean your radiators?Credit: Getty Even though the outside is spotless, we can't bear to think of all the dirt and dust bunnies trapped in there. That said, Mrs Hinch fans have revealed the easy way they remove them in an instant. Posting on a Facebook fan page for the influencer, one member recently asked for help cleaning inside her radiator. She wrote: "Can anybody help me with tips for cleaning my radiators? The top doesn't come off..." FABULOUS BINGO: GET A £5 FREE BONUS WITH NO DEPOSIT REQUIRED Although members suggested investing in a radiator brush, others revealed their ingenious method - and you probably don't need to buy anything extra. One replied: "I blow the hairdryer down mine to blast the dust out and then hoover up what comes out!" Most read in LifestyleHARRY MET SALLY Diana psychic PREDICTED Harry's marriage to Meghan in...
    SAUK CENTRE, Minn. (WCCO) — Climbing COVID-19 cases are taking a toll on small Minnesota hospitals. Doctors in some rural parts of the state says it’s the worst they’ve seen it. WCCO traveled to Sauk Centre where finding a hospital bed to get better for weeks has been a struggle. READ MORE: 'Denied Without Any Questions': Health Care Workers Sue Minnesota Hospital Over Vaccine MandateSusan Rutten has spent the last five days at CentraCare’s Sauk Centre hospital with COVID-19. The 65-year-old says she didn’t know what to believe when it came to the vaccine. “I was torn between some people telling me to, some people telling me not to,” Rutten said. With the help of monoclonal antibodies, she felt OK for about a week. Until her oxygen levels started falling. Her message now? “Get the vaccination. Stay out of the hospital,” Rutten said. Rutten is one of seven people with the virus staying at CentraCare, a hospital that usually keeps five to six people with a variety of issues. For the last month, they’ve been seeing twice that. Dr....
    We were in a cafe a few days ago, my friend and I, when our laughter made a nearby group of teenagers turn around. ‘Ugh,’ I heard one of them whisper. ‘They’re talking about sex. At their age!’ Her expression of pained disgust left us, both sixtysomethings, in no doubt about her feelings on the subject. Our discussion, a post-mortem of my friend’s ‘night before’, had ventured into territory assumed to belong exclusively in a world inhabited by the young and beautiful. A world off limits to anyone of my advanced age. However, like it or not, a recent survey found that the optimal age for sex among single women is 66. Although, in my experience, I’d say the best sex is to be found within a long and trusting relationship whatever your age, a healthy sex drive in your 60s is really not unusual. And whatever your circumstances, I think sex at this age is absolutely great. I speak as someone who met her beloved husband — Bob, the love of my life — when I was 19. And,...
    Diana's former royal chef Darren McGrady has revealed he used to coax the Queen into choosing the Princess' favourite bread and butter pudding by giving the monarch a second choice he knew she would reject. Speaking on his YouTube channel, the royal chef, 59, who spent 15 years in the royal kitchen, explained that he would always run the daily menu with two options past the monarch, and if Diana was visiting, he would make sure her favourite dessert - a cross between bread pudding and creme brûlée - was top on the menu. And menu planning isn't the only process that goes into feeding the royal family, with the Queen's ex-chef Graham Tinsley revealing the food has to be X-rayed as part of security protocol at state banquets. Royal chef Darren McGrady has revealed how Princess Diana (seen in London in 1989) had a favourite dessert - a cross between bread pudding and creme brûlée - and he would coax the Queen into choosing it for the menu by giving her a second choice he knew she would reject...
    LEAVING your television on standby is the done thing nowadays – but just how much is it costing you? While your box only burns through a tiny amount of power when the screen is blank, the annual bill it racks up may well surprise you. 2Leaving your telly on standby all the time adds a few pennies to your energy billCredit: Getty According to energy advice blog EcoCostSavings, a modern TV uses around 58.6 watts when operational and 1.3 watts when on standby. In terms of power consumption, it ranges between 10W to 117W when in use versus 0.5W to 3W when on standby. Clearly then, leaving your telly on standby is hardly going to burn through your paycheque every month. According to EcoCostSavings, doing so will cost the average consumer roughly £12 ($16) every year. That's about 3.2 pence per day. That lines up with previous calculations on the average annual cost of a telly left on standby. Recent research from energy supplier Utilita, for instance, estimated the cost to be around £16.24 ($21.76) a year - or roughly...
    Original 1960s Playboy Bunnies have revealed what it was really like to post for the famous magazine and work at the brand's clubs, sharing everything from memories of Hugh Hefner to the strict grooming rules they were made to follow.  Revealing what it was really like during the early days of the brand, Kathryn Leigh Scott and Jaki Nett; Playmate Jeannie Bell and the daughter of the first Playboy centrefold have shared their experiences in a new podcast.  The Power: Hugh Hefner, explores how Janet Pilgrim, whose real name was Charlaine Edith Karalus, helped the Playboy founder create an empire worth millions - despite only being paid around $200.    Despite strict grooming rules and models pouring club soda inside their three-inch heels to numb the pain during eight-hour shifts, one of the models interviewed described working for the private members club as 'nirvana'.  Meanwhile Bell, one of the first black women to appear in Playboy Magazine, said despite Hefner showing off his spinning, vibrating bed during a tour of the mansion, he was a 'nice, great guy'.  The Power: Hugh Hefner,...
                        Live from Music Row Wednesday morning on The Tennessee Star Report with Michael Patrick Leahy – broadcast on Nashville’s Talk Radio 98.3 and 1510 WLAC weekdays from 5:00 a.m. to 8:00 a.m. –  host Leahy welcomed Gelet Martínez Fragela who is the founder of ADN America to the newsmaker line to discuss the effects of communism and the launch of her news site at adnamerica.com. Leahy: We welcome to our newsmaker line our very good friend, Gelet Fragela. Good morning Gelet. Fragela: Good morning. How are you? Leahy: I am delighted to have you on. The big news yesterday. You launched ADN America.  On the web at adnamerica.com. This, to my mind, is the first Spanish-language English language news site that approaches news from a fact-based on a conservative point of view. Tell us a little bit about how you accomplished this, Gelet? Fragela: Yes, for sure. Well, definitely. ADN America was launched yesterday as a bilingual organization and news portal that we’re providing breaking news in real-time, in-depth analysis,...
    Getty Golden State Warriors point guard Stephen Curry before his team's game against the Memphis Grizzlies on October 28, 2021. In the aftermath of yet another masterful effort from Golden State Warriors superstar Stephen Curry on Monday night, many of No. 30’s teammates and NBA legends reacted in awe and fans around the world expressed their admiration and amazement. One NBA analyst even predicted that Steph would drop 50 points prior to the performance. It wasn’t the first time in this young season that a famous baller called for Steph to go for 50, though the last time, Curry scored “only” 45. The latest Warriors news straight to your inbox! Join the Heavy on Warriors newsletter here! Join Heavy on Warriors! Despite the astonishing output, not everybody appeared to be impressed with Steph’s 50-point showing.‘What’s the Big Deal About Getting 48 or 50? I Don’t Get That’ GettyDraymond Green and Stephen Curry of the Golden State Warriors during a game against the Houston Rockets on November 7, 2021. At the 4:00 mark of the fourth...
    CHICAGO (CBS) — A total of $1.7 billion is headed to Illinois to replace the network of lead pipes that have left many residents — Chicagoans in particular — drinking dangerous, lead-laced water. The CBS 2 Investigators have been uncovering the problem as part of our “Getting Hosed” series on bad water bills. READ MORE: Mail Stolen Again From Collection Boxes At Park Ridge Post OfficeAs CBS 2 Investigator Megan Hickey reported Monday, the funding comes through the federal infrastructure bill – which includes nearly $16 billion to replace lead service lines across the country. A good chunk of that money will be coming to Chicago, which has more lead pipes than any other U.S. city – a total of 387,095. We introduced you to South Side resident Daniel Wasserman last month. His home gets its water from a lead service line. When he shared the results of the lead level tests on his water, both readings over the federal legal limit of 15 parts per billion. “My numbers were 24 on one drawing and 40 on another,” Wasserman...
    MSNBC’s Joe Scarborough called on Monday for mask mandates to persist in years ahead, particularly on airplanes. He made the comment during a panel discussion with JetBlue CEO Robin Hayes.  “I’ve said it before, I hate wearing masks,” Scarborough said. “I just hate them. At the same time, it’s been really nice not having the flu for a couple years now. When I’m outside, I’m not going to wear a mask unless people are completely crowded around. “We’ve flown so many years and you hear somebody coughing and sneezing and you’re like I’m going to have the flu and halftime you did,” he added. “That is a great thing that – and it is one place where, man, if I can go another year and a half, two years without the flu, I’ll put that mask on in a plane where are whether I like it or not.” Hayes boasted to the panel that JetBlue was at the forefront of airline rules requiring masks. “We were the first airline in the U.S. to require masking, before there was a mandate,” Hayes said. “I...
    YOU may have been neglecting a super important step in sanitizing your home: cleaning your microwave filter.  An online woman suggested that people clean or replace the filters every six months.  3A cleaning hack might have you sanitizing more than the inside of your microwaveCredit: TikTok 3Some microwaves have an inside compartment that is supposed to be sanitizedCredit: TikTok The woman gave people a step-by-step guide on how to properly clean the charcoal microwave filter in a video she posted to TikTok.  The resourceful woman first removed the top plastic piece from her microwave, which unveiled the dirty microwave filter.  Then she removed the filter and soaked it in sudsy water in her sink. She also took a soapy sponge and used it to clean the plastic filter cover she removed at the beginning of the video along with the surrounding areas on the microwave.  And if you don’t want to get down and dirty with your microwave filter, there’s no need to fret.  You can simply buy a new microwave filter to replace the dirty one; the lady simply...
    A TIKTOK user has fooled followers into thinking an X-ray of a brutal finger injury was actually a close up of his private parts. In a short clip, the TikToker zooms in on a radiograph showing a metal hook coming from a body part that's not immediately clear. 3TikTok users were left baffled after a man posted this rude X-rayCredit: Tiktok/@fishhook1 But within seconds, another short video appears, revealing the injured body part was actually his finger. The video has collected more than 10 million views on TikTok, with many TikTokers agreeing they thought it was something lewd. “I didn’t think it was a finger at first,” one person commented. "My mind needs to be cleansed ASAP," another said, while someone else wrote: "Thank God it’s a finger." "My first thought was, 'why is it so small'," one joked. Some thought those who saw a penis had "dirty minds". Most read in US NewsCASE FILES Gabby Petito & Brian Laundrie sleuths probe clues about her autopsy & his deathDEATH RIDDLE Brian Laundrie's cause of death...
    CHICAGO (CBS) — Space, the final frontier. Words we’ve all become familiar with since Star Trek first aired on TV in 1966. Now a new animated series in the franchise is trying to boldly go where no Star Trek show has gone before. Star Trek: Prodigy is a fresh take and the very first entry aimed at a younger audience. It follows a motley crew of young aliens trying to navigate a greater galaxy in search for a better future. READ MORE: Officer Carlos Yanez Jr., Still Recovering After August Shooting, Receives Prosthetic EyeThe story follows six young outcasts who know nothing about the ship they have commandeered – a first in the history of the Star Trek Franchise – but over the course of their adventures together, they will each be introduced to Starfleet and the ideals it represents. The best part is you don’t have to be a Trekkie to understand it. CBS 2’s Ryan Baker spoke with voice actors Ella Purnell and Brett Gray about what fans and newcomers can expect from the new series, streaming on...
    PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – So it’s official this morning children ages 5–11 can now get Pfizer’s COVID vaccine. It’s a smaller dose and will come from smaller needles. READ MORE: WATCH LIVE: Gov. Larry Hogan To Make COVID-19 Vaccine UpdateIn some places, the shots are going to be available as early as today. “I think it’s very exciting, I think it really puts the pandemic ending in perspective,” says Dr. Jennifer Preiss, a pediatrician with Allegheny Health Network and has been gearing up her office to make the shots available. The shots are a third of the original vaccine shots adults were given. “It is going to be a two vaccine series separated by three weeks, which is identical to the adults, and what’s really important is that immunity is not completely done or full until about two weeks after that second vaccine,” she says. So while immunity for Thanksgiving is not possible Dr. Preiss says, “yes, but Christmas, if people jump on it, Christmas, kids will be appropriately and have appropriate immunity.” Just as some adults got sick with their...
    As the gubernatorial election results from New Jersey and Virginia showed less-than-stellar outcomes for Democrats, former Obama adviser David Plouffe warned MSNBC viewers of what this meant for the outlook on 2022. According to Plouffe, Democrats are facing headwinds as things currently stand and argued they should not be dismissive of the Virginia and New Jersey tallies. “[L]et’s remember –Democratic Party in 2020, we won the presidency, won the Senate because of Georgia, but we lost 13 House races when Biden was winning Virginia by 10 and New Jersey by 18,” he said. “So the conversation you and Chris Hayes were having was interesting. There’s unique elements to these races in terms of Virginia and New Jersey, but there’s also the national political environment. and I think Democrats need to be clear-eyed and sober that if the race for the House or Senate happened next week and it’s not in this national political environment, they probably lose both.” “I expect the political environment can and should get better for Democrats a year from now. They’re going to have a lot...