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    TYSON FURY has been taking no days off since beating Deontay Wilder after embarking on a jog along drizzly Morecambe beach. The Gypsy King was accompanied by dad John, brother Tommy and pal Joseph Parker as he clocked up the miles on an early morning run. 2Tyson Fury enjoyed an early morning run with dad John todayCredit: Instagram @gypsyking101 2Brother Tommy and pal Joseph Parker also took part in the job along Morecambe beachCredit: Instagram @gypsyking101 Fury looked to be in top spirits as he embraced the unsettled weather in an Instagram story, saying: “Monday morning workout! What are you saying, dad?  “Good to be alive! How happy do you feel to be out of a box?” To which dad John replied: “A lot of people in a box, but I’ve worked hard to keep myself out the box!” Fury then finished the video by saying: “Good, that’s what we like to hear, positivity. Tommy what you saying, Monday morning blues for you? Joe, what you saying?” Fury’s next fight could be announced as soon as this week, with the...
    Idaho Lt. Gov. Janice McGeachin (R) The Daily Kos Elections Morning Digest is compiled by David Nir, Jeff Singer, Stephen Wolf, Carolyn Fiddler, and Matt Booker, with additional contributions from David Jarman, Steve Singiser, Daniel Donner, James Lambert, David Beard, and Arjun Jaikumar. Leading Off ● ID-Gov: Donald Trump waded into the Republican primary on Tuesday evening by endorsing far-right Lt. Gov. Janice McGeachin’s bid to take down Idaho Gov. Brad Little. Trump did not mention Little in his not-Tweet, which he instead used to laud McGeachin as “​​a true supporter of MAGA since the very beginning.” Whoever wins the nomination in May should have no trouble prevailing in the 2022 general election in what has long been one of the reddest states in the nation. While Trump has been eager to end the careers of Republican governors and members of Congress who have pushed back on his 2020 election lies, Politico’s Zach Montellaro notes that Little himself doesn’t appear to have done anything to provoke Trump’s wrath. Indeed, Montellaro notes that it was just last week that the GOP...
    An Oklahoma jury acquitted a dog owner whose two animals mauled to death his elderly neighbor four years ago while she was on her morning walk. Antwon Demetris Burks, 36, of Oklahoma City, had been charged with second-degree manslaughter after his two America Bully dogs attacked and killed Cecille Short, 82, and her small Papillion in April 2017.   Burks, who was not home at the time of the attack, was found not guilty after jurors deliberated for seven hours at Oklahoma County District Court on Friday. Antwon Demetrius Burks, 36, breaks down in tears after being acquitted of second-degree manslaughter charges in Oklahoma City Cecille Short (left), 82, and her dog were killed in the attack Burks's dogs Bella and Ice Cube had attacked Short in April 2017 while she was on a walk  'Long deliberations are excruciating,' defense attorney Ed Blau told The Oklahoman. 'But that just means the jury was taking their time.  'They were looking at the evidence, they were reading the law and they were doing everything they could to come to the right decision.'...
    A MUM shared her cheeky tactic for letting her husband know when she's upset with him... by drawing a sad face onto his toast. The TikToker and parenting influencer Food Platter Mum used her finger, or a blunt tool, to mark the slice of bread with an image. She then popped it in the toaster and the dented markings didn't toast as much as the rest of the bread leaving a face on the slice. She uploaded the short clip with the caption: "How I let my husband know when I'm grumpy." But this wasn't the only toast art the social media influencer made, she also did an angry slice, a "love you" slice and one that said "bite me" for her critics. TikTokers couldn't get enough of the clever trick and the video has racked up more than 8.8million views. Most read in LifestyleLive BlogTRUTH WILL OUT Queen 'SHOCK as Meghan has skeletons in closet that could all come out'Live BlogOUT THERE How Harry's SHOCK Halloween phone call changed relationship with Meg forever‘SHE’S SHALLOW’ Prince Harry never smiles since...
    Former NFL player Herschel Walker, who is running for the 2022 Republican nomination for Senate in Georgia. The Daily Kos Elections Morning Digest is compiled by David Nir, Jeff Singer, Stephen Wolf, Carolyn Fiddler, and Matt Booker, with additional contributions from David Jarman, Steve Singiser, Daniel Donner, James Lambert, David Beard, and Arjun Jaikumar. Leading Off ● GA-Sen: Mitch McConnell on Wednesday endorsed former NFL player Herschel Walker, the Trump-backed candidate the minority leader reportedly feared just months ago would jeopardize Team Red's chances against Democratic Sen. Raphael Warnock. McConnell, though, delivered his establishment stamp of approval to Walker this week by proclaiming, "Herschel is the only one who can unite the party, defeat Senator Warnock, and help us take back the Senate." Walker is the first non-incumbent that McConnell has endorsed in a primary this cycle. Back in August, CNN reported that McConnell was one of several Republicans who fretted that Walker, who still had yet to move back to Georgia from Texas, "would implode" on the campaign trail. Walker's detractors feared that the first-time candidate couldn't run a...
    Legendary musician Phil Collins will be grilled under oath by his ex-wife's lawyers about alleged drug use and bad hygiene in a court battle over their Miami mansion. The Genesis singer tried to stop ex Orianne Bates from suing him for half of their former Miami Beach home, but a judge has ruled the case can go ahead. Now Bates' lawyers plan to depose Collins on camera in December when he returns from his Genesis comeback tour, The Last Domino. Bates, who married 32-year-old Tom Bates last year, has made a slew of unpleasant claims in previous filings, alleging the Oscar, Emmy and Grammy winning musician started drinking heavily and popping prescription pills, failed to brush his teeth for months, stopped showering, became 'depressed', 'abusive' and 'incapable of having sex'. Her lawsuit is an attempt to obtain 50% of the house from Collins, which Bates claims Collins verbally promised to her. Phil Collins will be questioned under oath by his ex-wife Orianne Bates' lawyers about alleged drug use and bad hygiene, DailyMail.com can reveal  Bates' lawyers plan to depose Collins...
                                       Presented by Uber     Welcome to The Hill’s Morning Report. It is Thursday! 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, 724,317; Tuesday, 726,201; Wednesday, 728,296; Thursday, 731,265. President BidenJoe Biden White House: US has donated 200 million COVID-19 vaccines around the world Police recommend charges against four over Sinema bathroom protest K Street revenues boom MORE took his sale of the Build Back Better agenda on the road on Wednesday as congressional Democrats push to strike a deal on the social spending package by the end of the week amid continuing questions surrounding how to pay for it.    Biden on Wednesday appeared...
    CHICAGO (CBS) — A man was shot while putting antifreeze in his car Tuesday morning in the East Garfield Park neighborhood. Police said the victim was putting antifreeze in his vehicle in the 0-100 block of North Albany Avenue around 6:25 a.m., when another car pulled up alongside him, and someone in the rear passenger seat shot him several times. READ MORE: Watchdog Report Finds CFD Still Has Problems Measuring Response Times To Emergency CallsThe victim was taken to Stroger Hospital in serious condition. READ MORE: Child Tax Credit: When Will Your October Payment Arrive?No one was in custody Tuesday morning. MORE NEWS: Training Program Working To Pump Out New Plumbers As Fast As It Can Amid Shortage Of Skilled WorkersArea Three detectives were investigating.
    Former Montana Rep. Ryan Zinke (R) The Daily Kos Elections Morning Digest is compiled by David Nir, Jeff Singer, Stephen Wolf, Carolyn Fiddler, and Matt Booker, with additional contributions from David Jarman, Steve Singiser, Daniel Donner, James Lambert, David Beard, and Arjun Jaikumar. Leading Off ● MT-02: While Montana's plans for its soon-to-be-resurrected 2nd District remain up in the air, we're quite certain that even the most extreme gerrymander won't incorporate the Southern California city of Santa Barbara … but Ryan Zinke isn't so sure. Miranda Green, writing at Politico, says that it appears Zinke spends far more time in Santa Barbara, where his wife, Lola, is originally from and owns both real estate and a 41-foot yacht, than in Montana. It's not only Lola Zinke's Instagram account, which, says Green, showcases many more photos of the couple in California than in Montana. Green also visited the Montana town of Whitefish, where Zinke's campaign says he lives. However, when a Politico photographer showed up at the address listed on Zinke's campaign filings, she was met by Zinke's son's girlfriend, who...
    Security footage has captured the moment a man out for some fresh air was repeatedly swooped by an aggressive magpie in a park.  The man was hiking through Thornleigh Gully at Mount Annan in Sydney's outer south west about 1pm on Tuesday when the bird launched the series of aerial attacks.  Video of the incident shows the man running across a patch of grass as the magpie repeatedly swoops him - before he circles back to retrieve a dropped item only to be bombarded by the bird again.  The man dressed in exercise gear was out walking in Mount Annan, Sydney when he was swooped by the magpie (pictured)  The exasperated hiker then throws his hands in the air and appears to yell a few choice words at the beaked bully before walking away.  The next day a tale of a magpie encounter was posted to the Magpie Alert website for the same park in Mount Annan.  'I was quietly walking by myself in the middle of the day along a path I use multiple times a day when I...
    Texas Rep. Vicente Gonzalez (D) The Daily Kos Elections Morning Digest is compiled by David Nir, Jeff Singer, Stephen Wolf, Matt Booker, and Carolyn Fiddler, with additional contributions from David Jarman, Steve Singiser, Daniel Donner, James Lambert, David Beard, and Arjun Jaikumar. Leading Off ● TX-34, TX-15: Rep. Vicente Gonzalez, who currently represents Texas' 15th Congressional District, says he might seek re-election in the 34th District, where Rep. Filemon Vela, a fellow Democrat, is retiring. In comments to Politico, Gonzalez said that "a large portion of my constituency" would move from the 15th to the 34th under a new map proposed by Republicans, but the word "large" is doing a lot of work there: According to calculations from Daily Kos Elections, 23% of the population of the new 34th would come from the old 15th, while the rest—77%— would come from the old 34th. That is to say, the vast majority of the district will remain the same. But should the new map pass and Gonzalez switch seats, such a development would come as unwelcome news for Texas Democrats. The...
    President Joe Biden returned to the White House Monday morning - walking the South Lawn hand-in-hand with First Lady Jill Biden - to kick off a week where he needs Congress to stretch the debt limit and continue deliberations on his two key pieces of legislation.  Biden mouthed to reporters he would talk to them later - as he's slated to deliver remarks on the debt ceiling at 11:15 a.m.  Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer sent a letter to colleagues Monday morning telling them, 'we must get a bill to the president's desk dealing with the debt limit by the end of the week. Period.'  President Joe Biden (right) and First Lady Jill Biden (left) arrive back at the White House Monday morning after spending the weekend in Wilmington, Delaware  Biden said he would speak to reporters later, as he's slated to speak at 11:15 a.m. about the debt ceiling  The Bidens walked hand-in-hand across the South Lawn Monday morning as they arrived back from Wilmington, Delaware  After averting a government shutdown last week, lawmakers next important deadline is October 18,...
    (CNN)Investigators have learned that the shooter identified in an attack Thursday at a Tennessee Kroger, which killed at least one person and wounded 14, was asked to leave his job that morning, according to an update provided by the Collierville Police Department on Monday.The shooter, identified by police as 29-year-old U.K. Thang, moved into Collierville in the summer of 2020 and was a third-party vendor working inside Kroger, the update said. Multiple injured in shooting at Kroger in TennesseeCollierville Police are processing electronic evidence, as well as the crime scene vehicles, and interviewing other potential witnesses in the case, the update said."With active police investigations, many of the case details cannot be shared until the investigation is complete," the release added.When the shooting began Thursday, 44 employees were working in the store, Police Chief Dale Lane said. By the end, at least one person, customer Olivia King, was killed in the chaos, Kroger said. Read More"Our family is devastated by this senseless act of violence," King's family said in an earlier written statement to CNN affiliate WHBQ. The asked for...
    Police are investigating a possible sighting of 'person of interest' Brian Laundrie after receiving a report that someone resembling the fiancé of missing van-lifer Gabby Petito was spotted in a wooded area 500 miles from his Florida home on Tuesday.  Sam Bass told police that he spotted a man who bore a resemblance to Laundrie while he set up his deer camera in the wilderness in Baker, Florida early on Monday morning. The photo image provided to police by Bass shows a man with a backpack as he is walking through the woods. The man appears to have the same physical features as Laundrie, including a slim build and a bald head. Sam Bass told police that he spotted a man (above) who bore a resemblance to Brian Laundrie while he set up his deer camera in the wilderness in Baker, Florida early on Monday morning 'I'm not saying this is the guy but whoever was on my trail camera this morning in Baker, Fl strongly fits the description of Brian Laundrie, authorites have been contacted but people...
    A DOG-walker in his 60s has tragically died after being assaulted as he took his pooch for a stroll in Essex. A 47-year-old man from Basildon has been arrested on suspicion of murder after initially being brought in on suspicion of GBH. 1The dog-walker suffered serious head injuries after the attack at around 2am Police say the victim had been walking his dog at around 2am on Wednesday morning when he was attacked at Malyons Mews in the Pitsea area by a man "known to him." He suffered a head injury which worsened throughout the day before he was rushed to hospital - where his condition continued to deteriorate. The dog walker then sadly passed away in the wake of the early morning attack. Senior Investigating Officer, Julie Gowen, said: "Tragically, I can now confirm the victim of this assault has now died and my thoughts and the thoughts of everyone in my team are with his family and friends. "The investigation is fast-moving and my team are working tirelessly to establish what happened in the lead up to...
    The crew of MSNBC’s Morning Joe roasted New York Times reporter Michael Schmidt on Monday for his dreary and bland background. Schmidt, who is also an MSNBC national security analyst, was on the show to discuss his latest piece, headlined “Behind the Texas Abortion Law, a Persevering Conservative Lawyer.” But not before the show’s hosts took aim at Schmidt’s background. “It’s important as you look at Michael Schmidt in the picture, he didn’t have such a busy weekend he didn’t fret out how Room Rater was going to rate his background. It’s one of the most exquisite…,” said co-host Joe Scarborough before co-host Mika Brzezinski interjected with “is he in a lineup?” Room Rater is a Twitter account that was founded during the coronavirus pandemic to rate backgrounds of TV appearances and other pictures as remote appearances have been common during the pandemic. “One of the most exquisite backgrounds we’ve seen yet on Morning Joe. I think the doorknob to his left sets it up perfectly,” said Scarborough during which Brzezinski said, “He’s getting his passport picture.” “So we’ve proven how shallow we are now, Michael, which means,...
    A Maryland judge shot himself dead on Friday morning as police arrived to arrest him on allegations of child sexual abuse. Jonathan Newell, 50, had been on leave since July, after a young boy told his parents about finding a hidden camera in the shower at Newell's fishing cabin, where he had been staying. An investigation was launched and digital devices seized containing footage of young boys - but the footage was not all confiscated before Newell could eat one of the memory cards, which was later identified in his stomach. Footage of the teenage boys showering dated back to September 2014, and in one clip Newell can be seen touching the naked body of a young man and spreading his buttocks in what he told them was a search for ticks.  On Friday morning, officers arrived at his home in Henderson, 70 miles east of Baltimore. 'Upon entering the residence the agents found Newell suffering from an apparent self-inflicted gunshot wound,' said Jonathan Lenzner, Acting Maryland U.S. Attorney. 'He was pronounced dead at 6:43 a.m.  'Maryland State Police will...
    Former Wisconsin Lt. Gov. Rebecca Kleefisch (R) The Daily Kos Elections Morning Digest is compiled by David Nir, Jeff Singer, Stephen Wolf, Matt Booker, and Carolyn Fiddler, with additional contributions from David Jarman, Steve Singiser, Daniel Donner, James Lambert, David Beard, and Arjun Jaikumar. Leading Off ● WI-Gov: Former Wisconsin Lt. Gov. Rebecca Kleefisch on Thursday kicked off her long-anticipated campaign against Democratic Gov. Tony Evers, making her the first notable Republican to enter what will be one of the most closely watched gubernatorial races of 2022. Kleefisch is very unlikely to have the primary to herself, though. State Rep. John Macco filed campaign paperwork last week, while the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel writes that lobbyist Bill McCoshen, who served as a member of former Gov. Tommy Thompson's cabinet in the mid-1990s, is "expected to launch his campaign soon." Additionally, 2018 Senate candidate Kevin Nicholson has repeatedly said that, while he'd run to succeed Sen. Ron Johnson if he retires, he'll campaign for governor otherwise. Kleefisch, who got her start as a local TV news anchor and later became a conservative radio...
    Max Kellerman was silenced on ESPN for the second time in two weeks. After getting the boot from Stephen A. Smith’s First Take, Kellerman was set for his big debut alongside Keyshawn Johnson and Jay Williams on ESPN Radio. Except they forgot one major thing – to put his mic on. Following a nice introduction by Johnson, Kellerman was uncharacteristically silent for nearly 10 seconds, until the dead mic was rectified. Those listening on the radio were still able to hear Kellerman. But for the audience watching the debut of Keyshawn, JWill & Max on ESPN News, they were devoid from hearing Kellerman’s first hot take of his new show. “I got up at 3:30 this morning,” Kellerman said. “It sucks, it’s hard, it’s all that stuff, but once you get going – you know what you really feel like about the rest of the world? ‘Damn you all are lazy! Still sleeping!’ Boy you really feel morally superior to everybody when you’re up in the morning.” Kellerman joined ESPN Radio’s morning show after five years as Smith’s sparring partner...
                             Presented by Facebook     Welcome to The Hill’s Morning Report. It is Wednesday! 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, 628,503; Tuesday, 629,411; Wednesday, 630,816. President BidenJoe BidenUS intel report on COVID-19 origins inconclusive: WaPo NBC correspondent: History will remember Afghan withdrawal as 'very dark period' Overnight Defense & National Security: Outcry over Biden's Afghanistan deadline MORE on Tuesday decided that the risk of terror attacks in Afghanistan is high enough that round-the-clock evacuations from Kabul must wind down before Aug. 31, a determination that set off a frantic scramble by people who fear the U.S. military and allies will leave thousands behind to suffer the fate of...
    AN American woman who married her brother's killer after he served 32 years in prison has horrified This Morning viewers. Crystal Straus married John Tiedjen at his home in Cleveland, Ohio at the weekend as he awaits a retrial over the death of Brian McGary in June 1989. 2Crystal Straus married convict John Tiedjen at his home in OhioCredit: Kimberly Kendall Corral Tiedjen vows to prove his innocence after 32 years in prison. Brian was Crystal's half-brother and Tiedjen's best friend. He had lived with Tiedjen's family since he was 15 and they were roommates. Tiedjen was 25 when cops found Brian, then 18, dead in his bedroom. He reportedly had a stab wound to his chest and a bullet hole was lodged between his eyes. Tiedjen believes it was suicide. One viewer said: "'Why do you believe him?' The answer she wanted to give: 'because I love him'." Most read in The US SunTRAGIC LOSS Ex NHL star Jimmy Hayes dies age 31 with cause of death not yet revealedCHECK YOUR CALENDAR IRS deadline in days as California...
    Jorge Ramos, a Univision journalist, responded to the mexican president Andrés Manuel López Obrador (AMLO) who mentioned him in one of his morning conferences in reference to homicide rates in Mexico, mostly a product of the battle of drug trafficking groups. It was last Thursday, August 19 when AMLO In his morning conference he said: “Here Jorge Ramos came to say that it was my government that had the record for the most homicides. Fake. Fortunately”. My column: My Response to the President.Unfortunately @lopezobrador_ is not right.He holds the record for intentional homicides: 95 per day. More than EPN and FCH.My proposal? An interview. Just say when and where and I’ll be there. I already have your data https://t.co/foDKPiso32 – JORGE RAMOS (@jorgeramosnews) August 21, 2021 -Read more: El Chapo’s son sends a message to AMLO and treacherous men // VIDEO: Hitmen are filmed when they murder a young girl To which the journalist responded through his column in the Mexican newspaper Reforma, that since López Obrador took power on December 1, 2018 until June 30, 2021, 89,064 Mexicans...
    GOOD Morning Britain staff are "desperate" to get Piers Morgan back five months after his shock exit, it has been reported. The 56-year-old star sensationally quit the breakfast show back in March after storming off set following a clash with co-star Alex Beresford. 2Could Piers be making a GMB return?Credit: PA 2He quit the show after sensationally storming off set in MarchCredit: ITV However, GMB has suffered a fall in ratings since his exit, and morale is said to be "on the floor" behind-the-scenes. An insider mused: "Whatever people thought of Piers he got the ratings up and month in month out he pulled in big interviews." Viewers shot up to 1.9 million back in March, when Piers was regularly ranting about Meghan Markle and Prince Harry before his and Alex's now-infamous clash. However, they have tumbled ever since - with the show reported to have pulled in less than 500,000 viewers back in June. The source added to MailOnline: "Everyone on the show would absolutely love to see Piers come back because, in many ways, they feel that's the...
    Industry sources expect ESPN to remove Max Kellerman from First Take. Front Office Sports first mentioned the possibility of this move Wednesday afternoon. Sources tell OutKick that ESPN is exploring moving Kellerman to its morning radio show. Keep in mind, ESPN wanted to pair Kellerman and Keyshawn Johnson on morning radio one year ago, as Ryan Glasspiegel and I reported last June. These plans fell through for various reasons. Kellerman ultimately stayed on First Take, received an afternoon radio show, and ESPN Radio paired Johnson with Jay Williams and Zubin Mehenti. ESPN has since discussed replacing Mehenti, who is off air dealing with complications from diabetes. CLICK HERE FOR MORE SPORTS COVERAGE ON FOXNEWS.COM While Kellerman’s future will get the attention right now, Stephen A. Smith’s backstage politics are the real story. Smith’s disdain for Kellerman as a co-host is the worst kept secret in sports media circles. Kellerman’s removal was even a topic in Smith’s 2019 contract negotiations. Smith lost that battle at the time, and Kellerman stayed. ESPN did raise Smith’s salary to over $10 million a year...
    Former Maine's 2nd Congressional District Rep. Bruce Poliquin (R) The Daily Kos Elections Morning Digest is compiled by David Nir, Jeff Singer, Stephen Wolf, Carolyn Fiddler, and Matt Booker, with additional contributions from David Jarman, Steve Singiser, Daniel Donner, James Lambert, David Beard, and Arjun Jaikumar. Leading Off ● ME-02: Former Rep. Bruce Poliquin announced Wednesday that he would seek the Republican nomination to take on Rep. Jared Golden, the Democrat who unseated him in a tight 2018 contest for Maine's 2nd Congressional District. Poliquin, though, is continuing with his Trumpish refusal to accept his defeat in that ranked-choice general election, as he once again proclaimed, "Head-to-head, you know, I beat Golden in 2018, and God willing, I will do it again next year." Poliquin joins state Sen. Trey Jackson in the primary, which will also be conducted using ranked-choice voting, in their quest to take one of the seven Democratic-held Trump seats in the House. Poliquin, a one-time Wall Street investment manager who later was appointed state treasurer, flipped this northern Maine constituency during the 2014 GOP wave, and...
    Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis has been urging residents of his state to get vaccinated for COVID-19, inspiring some far-right anti-vaxxers to denounce him as a traitor to the MAGA cause. Yet DeSantis opposes mask mandates and panders to MAGA extremists by attacking expert immunologist Dr. Anthony Fauci every chance he gets. And when Palm Beach County State Attorney Dave Aronberg appeared on MSNBC's "Morning Joe" on Monday, August 2, he slammed DeSantis for playing political games while the COVID-19 Delta variant goes from bad to worse in the Sunshine State. Joining @Morning_Joe in a few to discuss Florida’s response to the Covid surge (or lack thereof). #Florida #MorningJoe — Dave Aronberg (@Dave Aronberg) 1627898360.0 One in five new COVID-19 infections in the United States, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, is in Florida. But on July 30, DeSantis signed an executive order blocking public schools in Florida from issuing mask mandates. At least two Florida counties were planning to require face masks in public schools, but DeSantis' order — as "Morning Joe" host Mika Brzezinski pointed out...
    The fashion bible has awarded Ricky Martin the honor of becoming one of the few men who has starred in one of the beauty videos that can be found on his YouTube channel, where celebrities such as Rosalía, Kaia Gerber or Gwyneth Paltrow have passed. Unlike his predecessors, Ricky has not only shared his favorite creams and cosmetic products, but has also focused on unveiling the pillars of his wellness routine. As explained by the Puerto Rican singer in front of the camera, he starts every morning by taking a sip of lemon, honey, red onion and garlic with a touch of salt. Although he has wanted to make it very clear that it is not the only thing that he eats breakfast, he never skips this step because it supposes a boost of energy for his immune system. “I think it’s very important. Remember that I am the father of four children, and everything in my life happens very quickly“, Explained Ricky, who also usually gets up at five thirty in the morning or six at the latest,...
    As the Puerto Rican singer explained in front of the camera, he starts each morning by taking a shot of lemon, honey, red onion and garlic with a touch of salt. Although he made it very clear that it is not the only thing that he eats breakfast, he never skips this step because it supposes a boost of energy for his immune system. “I think it is very important. Remember that I am the father of four children, and everything in my life happens very quickly,” explained Ricky, who also usually gets up at five thirty in the morning or at six, at the latest, to meditate while your offspring are still sleeping. “It is when I find silence, and that helps me keep my feet on the ground. It helps me a lot, honestly. I wish I could spend three hours a day in the lotus position, but it is not the case. Fifteen or twenty minutes already suppose a big difference”.
    “Oh he raped me”: Galilea Montijo thinks about Mario Bautista | Instagram Return to the center of the controversy! Strong statements from Galilea Montijo make her an easy prey for criticism when asking punishment to all who make false accusations against celebrities, particularly dealing with the case of Mario Bautista. Very firm in his statements, Galilea Montijo declared that it was his right to express an opinion since he was against defamations, since they greatly damage the image of the famous for which he asked for “justice.” Galilea Montijo pointed out that he didn’t mind being the target of critics for expressing his way of thinking since he believes that people who invent things so delicate and that end up being false, should also receive a punishment, as expressed by the 48-year-old figure of the show, after the interpreter’s statements, follow the link . The collaborator of The stars, appealed to the struggle that is being lived today for equality and commented that although his comment offended critics on social networks, he considered “it was the...
    BEN WHITTAKER plans to become the Mayor of Wolverhampton by winning Olympic gold. The Darlaston light-heavyweight booked his place in the semi-finals of Tokyo 2020 this morning with a narrow win over Brazil’s Keno Machado. 3Ben Whittaker booked his place in the semis with a narrow win over Brazilian Keno MachadoCredit: Alamy 3An elated Whittaker celebrates booking his place in the semisCredit: Alamy Whittaker, 24, is guaranteed at least a bronze medal but is hellbent on becoming the man of the town by bringing gold back to the West Midlands. After getting past Machado, Whittaker said: “I knew this would be a hard fight. "I am a confident, arrogant lad and I am not going to lie, this morning I felt a bit weird. "My legs felt heavy and my stomach was twisting. “But I listened to the corner and the tactics were great. It doesn’t matter whether it was a split or unanimous. “Sunday is where it gets real now. I want to go back home with the gold medal and become the Mayor of Wolverhampton! “I want one...
    ROCKLIN (CBS13) — Authorities have identified a man who was found dead inside of a Rocklin residence earlier this week. On Tuesday morning just before 9 a.m., a resident walked inside his home in the 3900 block of East Midas Avenue and found his roommate dead, say Rocklin police. Then on Thursday morning, the Placer County Coroner’s Office identified the victim as 47-year-old Cameron Gabriel. Detectives are investigating his death as a homicide. No further details about Gabriel’s death have been released. Anyone who may have seen suspicious activity in the neighborhood between 10 p.m. July 24 to 3 a.m. July 25 is urged to call detectives at (916) 625-5400.
    Piers Morgan criticized Simone Biles' withdrawal from Olympic events. Photo by MWE/GC Images/Gregory Bull/AP Images Piers Morgan criticized Simone Biles' withdrawal from Olympic events on Twitter and in an op-ed for the Daily Mail. He said his own exit from "Good Morning Britain" in March was "gutless and cowardly" in his piece. Morgan has critiqued multiple Olympians in recent months. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Piers Morgan is reflecting on his dramatic exit from "Good Morning Britain" after he faced a wave of backlash for criticizing Simone Biles' withdrawal from Olympic events. On Wednesday, Morgan published an op-ed for the Daily Mail titled, "Sorry Simone Biles, but there's nothing heroic or brave about quitting because you're not having 'fun' – you let down your team-mates, your fans and your country."  Mental health concerns led Biles to withdraw from the team gymnastics finals on Tuesday after a shaky vault performance, and she later withdrew from the individual all-around finals on Wednesday after a stressful day leading up to the competition. The US Women's Gymnastics team went on to...
    Dallas County District Attorney Michael Jackson said that the female victim, who remains unnamed, was hospitalized, but neither the severity of her injuries nor her condition were immediately known at publishing time. The police along with a variety of other agencies including the State Bureau of Investigation, Selma police, the Dallas County Sheriff's Office, the ATF, and the 4th Judicial Drug Task force are investigating the shooting and ask anyone with information on the attack call (855)-75-CRIME or 855-752-7463. Central Alabama Crime Stoppers is offering $2,500 in connection with any information on Moorer's murder. Jackson said that Moorer was an "outstanding officer" who took his job "very seriously." Alabama Attorney General Steve Marshall condemned the attack in an emotionally charged statement. "Once again, one of Alabama's law enforcement heroes has been tragically struck down," Marshall said in a Tuesday morning statement on Moorer's death. "Early this morning, Officer Marquis Moorer was on duty with the Selma Police Department and had stopped by his home for a lunch break when shots were fired from outside. Officer...
    President Andrés Manuel López Obrador offers his traditional morning. It is expected to address issues related to vaccination against covid-19 in the weekly report of the Ministry of Health and the start of vaccination against covid-19 for young people. Yesterday he said that despite the fact that it was decided to reinforce the vaccination against Covid-19 in five states of the country to stop infections and deaths, the president of Mexico, Andrés Manuel López Obrador asked “not to exaggerate” the situation since the third wave of the epidemic that is being lived “is not as harmful” as the previous two because “at most they arrive at the hospital” but with less risk of dying if they are vaccinated. He even ruled out closing essential activities again if SARS-CoV2 infections continue to increase. We are not going to make any closure decision, we already know how to take care of ourselves, we have received a lot of information, and I have said from the beginning that we are of legal age, that we have to take care of ourselves and guarantee...
    Wedding anniversaries can be a bittersweet occasion when you're divorced, but Prince Andrew looked in good spirits this morning as he was spotted out horse riding at Windsor.  The Queen's son, 61, who retired from royal duties amid scandal over his friendship with paedophile financier Jeffrey Epstein, would have marked his 35th wedding anniversary with ex-wife Sarah Ferguson today.  Fergie and Andrew separated in 1992 after six years of marriage and divorced four years later but their continued closeness has often prompted speculation that they would rekindle their relationship. While his brother Prince Charles found happiness with his second wife, the Duchess of Cornwall, Prince Andrew has never remarried.  Wedding anniversaries can be a bittersweet occasion when you're divorced, but Prince Andrew (pictured right) looked in good spirits this morning as he was spotted out horse riding at Windsor  The Queen's son, 61, (pictured centre) would have marked his 35th wedding anniversary with ex-wife Sarah Ferguson today Andrew looked in great spirits as he took an early morning ride with a female groom in the grounds of Windsor this...
          Welcome to The Hill’s Morning Report. It 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, 609,021; Tuesday, 609,231. Senate Majority Leader Charles Schumer (D-N.Y.) moved ahead on Monday with plans to open debate on the bipartisan infrastructure package on Wednesday despite warnings that 10 Senate Republicans will not vote to do so without a nailed-down deal.    Schumer on Monday teed up the midweek vote by filing cloture on a shell bill that can be used as a placeholder until a final agreement is reached. Speaking on the Senate floor, the New York Democrat held firm on his timeline to move ahead on both the $1.2 trillion bipartisan bill and the $3.5 trillion Democratic-only reconciliation bill before...
    New Jersey state Senate Minority Leader Tom Kean Jr. (R) The Daily Kos Elections Morning Digest is compiled by David Nir, Jeff Singer, Stephen Wolf, Carolyn Fiddler, and Matt Booker, with additional contributions from David Jarman, Steve Singiser, Daniel Donner, James Lambert, David Beard, and Arjun Jaikumar. Leading Off ● NJ-07: State Senate Minority Leader Tom Kean Jr. kicked off his long-awaited rematch against Democratic Tom Malinowski on Wednesday accompanied by his counterpart in the U.S. House, Kevin McCarthy. Malinowski won his second term in a very expensive race last year by fending off Kean 51-49 as Joe Biden was taking this North Jersey seat, which was red turf before the Trump era, by a wide 54-44 margin. The presence of McCarthy represents a shift in tactics for Kean, an ardent party loyalist who in the past has tried to associate himself with more moderate Republicans like his father and namesake, former Gov. Tom Kean Sr., instead of far-right conservatives similar to McCarthy. Indeed, one unnamed party official remarked to NorthJersey.com that "the leading inclusive family in New Jersey is...
    The late former Louisiana Gov. Edwin Edwards The Daily Kos Elections Morning Digest is compiled by David Nir, Jeff Singer, Stephen Wolf, Carolyn Fiddler, and Matt Booker, with additional contributions from David Jarman, Steve Singiser, Daniel Donner, James Lambert, David Beard, and Arjun Jaikumar. Leading Off ● Deaths: Edwin Edwards, the legendary and controversial Louisiana Democrat who served in the U.S. House from 1965 to 1972; in the governor’s mansion from 1972 to 1980, 1984 to 1988, and 1992 to 1996; and in federal prison from 2002 to 2011, died Monday at the age of 93. Whatever you think of him, though, the quip-ready Edwards was one of the most interesting figures in American politics, and we discuss his long career, and the enduring change he left behind in Louisiana’s electoral system, in our detailed obituary. Edwards began his time in elected office in an era when Louisiana was a one-party state controlled by conservative Democrats, but he sensed early that this era was coming to a close. After placing first in a very crowded field of opponents in the...
    A representative for Bill Cosby says the disgraced actor-comedian is mulling the idea of returning to stand-up comedy now that he has been released from prison, insisting, “people want to see him.” “He’s doing fantastic — he stayed up until two in the morning telling jokes,” Cosby spokesperson Andrew Wyatt told reporters on Thursday morning, according to a report by The Philadelphia Inquirer. Cosby was released from prison on Wednesday, after the Pennsylvania Supreme Court overturned the Hollywood star’s sex assault conviction — a surprise move that provoked widespread condemnation. “He’s been talking to a number of promoters and comedy club owners over his breakfast this morning,” the spokesperson continued. “He’s just excited the way the world is welcoming him back.” “A number of promoters have called. Comedy club owners have called. People want to see him,” Wyatt added, according to a report by Inside Edition. Wyatt reportedly opened the gates of Cosby’s estate so that journalists who camped outside his home could get a glimpse of the disgraced comedian’s first day of freedom. The spokesperson also said Cosby had to relearn the layout of his mansion, because...
    New York (CNN Business)Fox News host Tucker Carlson made an explosive claim on his show Monday night: That he had learned through a whistleblower that the National Security Agency is spying on him and planning to leak his communications in a bid to take him off the air."The Biden administration is spying on us," Carlson declared to millions of Fox's viewers. "We have confirmed that."But Carlson's own colleagues don't appear to be buying what he is selling.Barring an unusual circumstance, if a reputable news organization had confirmed that the NSA — or any arm of the US government — was spying on one of its top employees, it would be a story of significant consequence.When The Washington Post, CNN, and The New York Times recently learned that the Trump Justice Department had seized the records of its reporters, the revelation led to weeks of coverage and a commitment from the Biden administration to end such practices.Read MoreCarlson not only alleged that the NSA was spying on him, but that it was conspiring to take him off of the air and...
    For much of the last 15 months, while the world struggled with the COVID-19 pandemic, Stephen Colbert hosted CBS' "The Late Show With Stephen Colbert" from home. Colbert is now back doing the successful late-night show before a live audience at the Ed Sullivan Theater in New York City. Colbert talks about "The Late Show," the necessity of collaborating with an audience, his family and more in an interview with John Dickerson for "CBS Sunday Morning," to be broadcast June 27. Colbert and his wife, Evie, talk with Dickerson about their life during the pandemic, and how they adjusted to having his show broadcast from their home, when Evie provided the only laughter he could hear.  "I used to think, 'If I could get an audience to laugh the way Evie laughs, I think I'll be okay,'" Stephen Colbert said. "And for the last 15 months, that's the only laugh I had. And it just confirms that's really the kind of laugh I always want."  "And you know, I could also tell when it would help," said Evie...
    Piers Morgan Photo by MWE/GC Images Piers Morgan says he was surprised he was asked to apologize to Meghan Markle over his comments about her on "Good Morning Britain," and said he expected an award instead.  "There was a weird, surreal kind of day on a day I left where having reached the ratings high, normally you would get invited to a boardroom and presented with a courage plaque," he told Sean Hannity on Fox News on Thursday. "But I got invited to either apologize to Meghan Markle for disbelieving her or leave the building. So I decided to leave the building." This is a developing story. Please check back for updates. 
    Stephen King, who grew up poor but whose writing has made him a very wealthy man, praises his mother for giving him the room to become a writer. He reveals now that he used the paperback advance from his first novel, "Carrie," to allow his mother to stop working, he tells "CBS Sunday Morning" anchor Jane Pauley in an interview broadcast June 13.  King's mother, Nellie Ruth Pillsbury King, died at age 60 of cancer. However, she did get to see "Carrie" published.  "The hardcover advance was small, but the paperback advance just bowled us over – it was, like, $400,000 in 1974," King told Pauley. "It was a huge amount of money. "And my brother and I talked a little bit about it. And we went to the Pineland facility where she worked. She was in her … green uniform, green rayon uniform – never told this story before – but she was stoned, totally stoned on over-the-counter medication. She was in excruciating pain by that point. … And my brother and I said, 'Mom, you're done. … There's...