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    Powerball Results, Numbers for 12/4/21: Did Anyone Win the $278M Jackpot? Republicans not done fighting Biden vaccine mandate Lock In Refi Savings Before Rates Get Too High Ad Microsoft $200 Sign Up Bonus Just In Time For The Holidays Ad Microsoft Do This Before Your Next Credit Card Payment (It’s Genius) Ad Microsoft Full screen 1/16 SLIDES © Columbia Pictures Underrated '90s movies you can stream right now There’s a lot of ‘90s nostalgia right now, and we aren’t against it. However, what do you do after you’ve watched “Jurassic Park” and “Forrest Gump?” That is, other than regret watching the highly overrated latter of the two. You watch some underrated ‘90s films you may have missed. How do you find those movies? By checking out this list, of course.
    Joe Giudice confirmed that he and his girlfriend Daniela Fittipaldi have split after a year of dating. On Friday, the 49-year-old BRAVO reality star told In Touch that he and his Italian lawyer beau had gone their separate ways. 'To be honest with you, I just don't have [a] headset for a relationship right now,' Joe explained in the video clip. Split: Joe Giudice confirmed that he and his girlfriend Daniela Fittipaldi have split after a year of dating. Seen in March 2021 On Friday, the 49-year-old BRAVO reality star told In Touch that he and his Italian lawyer beau had gone their separate ways He continued, 'I got other things that I got going on right now that I need to get situated first.' 'Right now, you know, I'm just doing my thing.' Daniela and Joe met in Italy after he was deported to his native home country following a 41-month stint in prison for several fraud charges.  Back then: Last February, Joe shared a sweet Valentine's Day tribute to Daniela The former couple began dating in the summer of 2020...
    The omicron variant of the coronavirus has been reported in the U.S., including in Maryland on Friday, but Dr. Anthony Fauci said that although this latest variant is obviously of some concern, it’s “nothing to panic about” right now. That’s because “we don’t know everything about it,” said Fauci, the director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases and the chief medical adviser to President Joe Biden. Among the unknowns are whether the omicron variant makes people sicker and whether it can evade vaccines and boosters. Fauci, who spoke to WTOP on Friday, said more information might initially come from South Africa, where omicron was first identified. Scientists in South Africa recently reported that preliminary findings suggested omicron may cause increased reinfections among people who’ve already had COVID-19. Scientists have also observed that omicron appears to have a good degree of capability of transmission, and is possibly more transmissible than the delta variant. “So what we need to do is just keep just keep following the situation, getting as much information and data as we can,” Fauci told...
    White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki gave an update on Friday to a question Fox News’ Peter Doocy had the previous day and said she looked forward to seeing his network report on it – saying this as Fox News was airing the White House press briefing. On Thursday, Doocy asked about what the Biden administration has been doing in response to the most recent mass thefts in California. “Big cities are dealing with smash-and-grab robberies,” said Doocy. “A record number of police officers have been shot and killed this year.  What is President Biden going to do about all this lawlessness?” Psaki responded: Well, Peter, I would say that, one, the president proposed additional funding in his budget over the funding that had been proposed by the prior president to increase and support local police departments, to make sure we keep cops on the beat, and we ensure that local communities are working in partnership to crack down on crime and any dangers they see in their community.  So, that’s one of the steps. We’ve also worked with a range...
    NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) – The MTA hosted its 10th annual blood drive Friday for employees and Metro-North commuters. “We’re in an official blood emergency right now,” Elizabeth Hernandez of the New York Blood Center told CBS2’s Leah Mishkin. READ MORE: Students Ride With Santa On NJ Transit's Holiday Train​The blood supply usually drops around the holidays because of travel, bad weather and also flu season. Hernandez says if you add in the pandemic, you hit the drastic blood shortage they’re currently facing. ​Right now, she says they have a just one or two day supply of blood on the shelves. That should be at five to seven days. “Specifically if you’re O negative, please come to Grand Central Terminal and donate blood today,” Hernandez said Friday. Hernandez says in order to supply the 200 hospitals in the Tri-State Area daily, they need to collect about 2,000 blood donations a day. ​”If we don’t have blood drives, we can’t supply the hospitals,” she said. The pandemic has created barriers. “Twenty five percent of our blood collections was within the academic world, and...
    GENNADY GOLOVKIN beamed as he described feeling ‘extremely fit right now’ and talking down retirement. But his return fight against Ryota Murata, set for December 29 in Saitama, now looks to be rescheduled after Japan shut their international borders. 9Gennady Golovkin described feeling ‘extremely fit right now’Credit: EPA 9Gennady Golovkin training before his return fight was postponedCredit: Instagram @gggboxing Confirming the news, Golovkin said: "I am deeply disappointed that this fight has been postponed. "But the health and safety of the public must always be the priority. I look forward to returning to the ring against Ryota as soon as possible." The decision was made amid the the global spread of the new Omicron variant of Covid-19. But just before the announcement, boxing legend and current IBF middleweight champion Golovkin spoke exclusively with SunSport. And after another gruelling training camp at altitude in Big Bear California, the 39-year-old seems far from finished in a sport he has dominated for so long. Golovkin, who turns 40 in April, said: “I’ll be looking closely at myself....
    Dr. Marty Makary took aim at President Joe Biden on Thursday for painting Americans who hadn’t received booster shots as “the “villain.” “The problem is not that we are under-boosted,” the Johns Hopkins surgeon said in a segment with Fox News’ John Roberts and Sandra Smith. “If you look at the [Centers for Disease Control and Prevention] website right now, the risk of hospitalization in somebody who’s fully vaccinated with no booster is one in 26,000. That is very low,” Makary said. “Our problem right now is not that 19-year-olds with natural immunity have only gotten two doses of the vaccine and ‘need a booster,’ yet that’s exactly where the president went with this sort of circling the wagon around the idea that the villain is the unboosted, fully vaccinated American,” he continued. Biden said in a Thursday speech that he was seeking to expand a nationwide campaign promoting Covid-19 vaccination booster shots with “more outreach” as he complained that more than 100 million Americans had opted not to seek booster shots. “Go get your booster now,” Biden said, returning...
    Sweet ride, bro, but you need to be alive to enjoy it. Facebook is a menace. COVID-19 is a menace. Conservatism is a cesspool. Together, those three ingredients have created a toxic stew of malevolent death and devastation. We can talk about all those things in the abstract, look at the numbers and statistics, and catch the occasional whiff of seditionist right-wing rhetoric. But I hadn’t really fully understood just how horrifying that combination of right-wing extremism, Facebook, and a killer virus was until I became a regular at the Herman Cain Awards subreddit. This series will document some of those stories, so we are aware of what the other side is doing to our country. Today’s cautionary tale is a Texas man who dreamed of that mid-life crisis car. People said they wouldn’t take a vaccine that Trump was pushing without proper scientific validation. I mean, this was the guy who wanted us to inject bleach into ourselves while shining a UV light up our butts.  After proper scientific validation, with proof that the vaccines were safe, most thinking people who...
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    More On: amber portwood Farrah Abraham returns to ‘Teen Mom’ in ‘Family Reunion’ spin-off ‘Teen Mom OG’ star Amber Portwood did drugs while pregnant, ex claims ‘Teen Mom OG’ star Amber Portwood comes out as bisexual ‘Teen Mom’ Amber Portwood admits she hasn’t spoken to daughter in ‘months’ Their future looks bright.  Amber Portwood told Page Six in an exclusive new interview that her relationship with 13-year-old daughter Leah is “so much better” these days after a series of struggles aired on the latest season of “Teen Mom OG.” “I don’t want to mess anything up, but [things are] good,” the MTV personality, 31, said. “She’s reaching [out] and I am [so excited]. My arms are up and open.” As viewers witnessed, the pair spent months apart as the middle-schooler — whom Portwood shares with ex-fiancé Gary Shirley — began questioning her mother’s past, marred by a prison sentence, addiction and anger, all of which have been detailed on the reality show and covered by the media for more than a decade.  “She’s been asking questions. I’ve always told...
    Fact check: Wind turbine blades can be recycled, but it rarely happens today US expected to toughen testing requirement for travelers $200 Sign Up Bonus Just In Time For The Holidays Ad Microsoft Experts Urge Americans to Refi Before 2022 Ad Microsoft $200 Sign Up Bonus Just In Time For The Holidays Ad Microsoft Full screen 1/31 SLIDES © Netflix / Lara Solanki/Netflix If You're in Need of a Laugh, These Are the 30 Best Comedy Specials on Netflix Right Now Most streaming platforms have a collection of comedy specials, but Netflix's stand-up selection is straight up prolific. It's got huge names like Wanda Sykes, Tiffany Haddish, and Pete Davidson...
    Cyber Monday may be officially over, but the deals definitely haven't come to an end. Many brands and retailers have extended their Black Friday and Cyber Monday sales, giving shoppers extra time to save big. Amazon's post-Black Friday sale is still going strong, and there are tons of best-selling products that are still steeply discounted, including our favorite noise-canceling earbuds by Samsung. For a limited time, score the top-rated (4.5-star rating and over 40k glowing reviews, to be exact!) SAMSUNG Galaxy Buds Live True Wireless Earbuds for 41 percent off ($70 off). These sleek noise-canceling buds come in luxe colorways like rose gold and mystic red, but they're not just a pretty face. In fact, when it comes to performance, they really can't be beat. "Samsung hit this one out of the park. Unique design, outstanding sound, and hours of comfort," wrote one Amazon reviewer. "I never write reviews but I sure do read a ton of them before buying a product. I've owned dozens of earbuds, neckbands, etc... and the Galaxy Buds Live beat them all," another...
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    Fox News contributor Joe Concha ripped CNN for having anchor Chris Cuomo on the air Monday night after the network announced it would conduct a "thorough review" into text messages that surfaced appearing to show Cuomo helping his brother amid sexual assault allegations. Concha joined "Fox & Friends First" on Tuesday to discuss the probe, and the network's decision to keep Cuomo on the air.  CNN SAYS IT WILL HAVE ‘CONVERSATIONS,’ SEEK ‘ADDITIONAL CLARITY’ AMID CHRIS CUOMO REVELATIONS FROM NY AG PROBE JOE CONCHA: While they're looking into it, then this anchor should not sniff a microphone or a studio until that investigation, if it even is an investigation, is complete. Instead, you turn on CNN last night at nine o'clock and there's Chris Cuomo on the air. Of course, he didn't mention any of these text messages that were released at all and why he was a top trending topic on Twitter. It's as if there's nothing to see here. Don't worry about it. Again, the bias of omission and when he is the news story now at this...
    VIDEO4:2904:29It's a 'fool's journey' to try to time the market, says Ray DalioSquawk Box Bridgewater Associates' Ray Dalio stood by his belief that cash is not the place to be despite the volatility in the markets triggered by the new omicron Covid variant. "Cash is not a safe investment, is not a safe place because it will be taxed by inflation," the founder of the world's biggest hedge fund said Tuesday on CNBC's "Squawk Box." During turbulent times, it's also important to be in a safe, well-balanced portfolio, the billionaire investor said. "You can reduce your risk without reducing your returns. You will not market-time this. Even if you were a great market timer, the things that are happening can change the world, so it changes what could be priced into the market," Dalio said. The omicron Covid strain, first identified in South Africa, rattled the stock market on Black Friday after the World Health Organization labeled it a "variant of concern." The Dow Jones Industrial Average slid 900 points Friday to suffer its worst day since October 2020. Stock futures indicated...
    Joe Burrow led the Cincinnati Bengals to the team’s second win over the Pittsburgh Steelers this season, and he made clear he and the team have bigger goals than just knocking down a divisional rival. The Bengals moved to 7-4 with the win. He was asked after the game if there was any significance about beating the Steelers twice in a season. CLICK HERE FOR MORE SPORTS COVERAGE ON FOXNEWS.COM Cincinnati Bengals quarterback Joe Burrow celebrates after scoring a touchdown against the Pittsburgh Steelers during the first half of an NFL football game, Sunday, Nov. 28, 2021, in Cincinnati. (AP Photo/Jeff Dean) "We're 2-0 against them. We have higher aspirations than beating the Steelers right now," Burrow said. The Bengals won the game 41-10. Burrow was 20-for-24 with 190 passing yards, a touchdown, a rushing touchdown and an interception. He was only sacked twice and gave some insight as to how the offensive was able to keep some of the Steelers’ fearsome pass rushers at bay. PACKERS' DAVANTE ADAMS REVEALS HE SHOT DOWN ODELL BECKHAM JR'S INITIAL JERSEY SWAP...
    Ben Roethlisberger, Pittsburgh Steelers. (Mandatory Credit: Charles LeClaire-USA TODAY Sports) The Pittsburgh Steelers need to evaluate their options with Ben Roethlisberger while they still have a playoff spot to protect. As painful as it may be for a fanbase that has grown accustomed to seeing No. 7 behind center week in and week out, Roethlisberger is actively costing the Steelers games with his poor play and limited offensive output. Sure, his veteran stature and knowledge of the offense has held mend some fences with new offensive coordinator Matt Canada, but at this point, we know what the Steelers are with Big Ben behind center, and it’s not promising. Roethlisberger’s lack of mobility and arm strength all came to a head in a bad first half against the Cincinnati Bengals, which ended in a pick-6 right to former Steeler Mike Hilton. Could it get any worse for Pittsburgh? Steelers rumors: Who could replace Ben Roethlisberger right now?Philip RiversRivers is limited at this point in his career, but for just a few games at the tail end of the season, he may...
    I'll admit it—before I tried the NuFace contouring device for myself, I was pretty skeptical. Not many non-injectable treatments (i.e. neurotoxin and dermal fillers) are capable of contouring the cheekbones and jawline, thereby creating the look of a slimmer silhouette, but NuFace delivers on all of its promises. It's an investment piece to be sure, but with the NuFace Black Friday sale on Amazon right now, there are no excuses not to try the beloved device out for yourself. NuFace Petite Facial Contouring Device Down from $209
    It’s great news for travel to the US as today the White House announced that fully-vaccinated Brits will be able to visit from November 8. President Biden said last month that a ban on British holidaymakers would be scrapped, but until now there had been no confirmed date. 2Brits will be able to visit the US from November 8Credit: Getty Under the new rules, fully-vaccinated passengers will be allowed to enter the country although they’ll still need to show a negative Covid test certificate, issued within 72 hours of travel.  The move marks the end of a near 600 day bar on international leisure travel to the US and was welcomed by airlines and tour operators. Research shows, the US border closure has resulted in the loss of more than 300,000 travel and tourism job in the last year. It’s not just the airlines who have suffered as a result of the ban either, the US economy has taken a hefty hit. According to the World Travel and Tourism Council (WTTC), UK arrivals represent eight per cent of all...
    GOOGLE is tracking your whereabouts. If you use any Google app, such as Gmail or Google Maps, the US tech titan collects and stores location data through your mobile’s GPS system. Alamy 2 If you use any Google app, it’s likely that Google is tracking your location It’s possible to block the search giant’s snooping by jumping into your settings. You can even ask the company to wipe all of the location data it has on you to ensure your movements remain nobody’s business but yours. Why does Google track my location? Google tracks your location as part of its drive to gather as much data as possible from its users to help it target advertisements. The company says it uses the data to “improve its location-based services”. What it means in practice is that opening the Google Maps app or using Google search on any platform logs your approximate location with a time stamp.  If you agree to let it record your location over time, Google Maps will display that history for you in a “timeline” that maps...
    Scouting Report: The MIRROR fitness tool is unlike any other you’ll try. You can use pre-recorded workouts as well as attend live classes, all with the ability to monitor your form at home. Get yours now during MIRROR’s early Black Friday sale. Gyms may be slowly reopening across the country, but many of us have already adjusted to working from home and working out at home. Peloton sales surged in 2020, thanks to the closure of fitness studios, but the at-home fitness movement shows no signs of slowing down. If you’ve been looking for the perfect excuse to upgrade your current home fitness setup, Lululemon's MIRROR sale has your back. The early Black Friday sale means you can get the cult-favorite fitness mirror for a whopping $750 off, now through November 29 when you use the code at BFCM21 checkout. If you’ve been thinking about reactivating your gym membership, you may want to think again because thanks to this epic Lululemon MIRROR sale, it’s cheaper than your monthly membership fees. Seriously, it’ll pay for itself in like, three months—and...
    A real estate agent stands in the doorway as Giovani and Nicole Quiroz of Brooklyn, New York visit an open house in West Hempstead, New York.Raychel Brightman | Newsday LLC | Newsday | Getty Images Higher prices are almost everywhere. Americans are paying more these days for products like food and gasoline, thanks to rising inflation. Of course, this rising inflation will also impact the cost of buying a new home. "With inflation rising so aggressively and the fact that people's salaries and weekly income are not rising at the same rate, we end up with less discretionary money to spend each month," said George Ratiu, manager of economic research at Realtor.com. At the same time, home prices have also been rising. The consumer price index, which measures the cost of goods and services, shows that shelter rose 0.5% in October. It takes into account rent and owners' equivalent rent, which is what owners would pay to rent their home. Separately, home prices were up 19.8% year-over-year in August, according to the S&P CoreLogic Case-Shiller Indices. More from Invest in...
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    Republicans have moved rapidly towards declaring elections themselves to be illegitimate. In the news today: The United States drops in status to that of a "backsliding" democracy, say experts—and it's entirely because hoax-promoting Republicanism is now challenging the legitimacy of elections. The nation continues the interminable wait to see whether two Democratic senators can be coaxed into taking urgent climate and infrastructure action, even if it may mean one fewer Maserati in D.C. parking lots. And Illinois counties that have counted on the profits gained by imprisoning migrants are now suing to keep those profits going. Here's some of what you may have missed: • Manchin, Sinema chase after Republican mega-donors and betray their impoverished states • Supreme Court leaves unconstitutional Texas abortion ban in place for at least another week • Illinois counties that made millions from ICE contracts sue over law banning detention in state • United States is now a 'backsliding' democracy, says global watchdog • Anti-vaxxers start coughing on Kansas legislators they disagree with, because of course Community Spotlight: • Climate Brief:...
    At the end of a brutal Sunday afternoon, on the heels of his team’s fifth consecutive loss, with the aggravation of a fed-up city echoing into the evening, Chicago Bears coach Matt Nagy stood at a lectern inside Soldier Field and stammered his way through a recap. Nagy had to find some way to describe his team’s galling 16-13 loss to the Baltimore Ravens, an unbelievable defeat characterized by confusion, chaos and collapse. Nagy had to answer for all that went wrong as the Bears — on the doorstep of a relieving victory — again found a way to slip on a banana peel, fall into a pit of quicksand and get stuck directly under a cloud of falling anvils. Honestly, that’s how cartoonish this has become. There are new and surreal twists to the same old painful story. A once-proud football franchise remains floundering and seemingly directionless. “(This sits with me) just like it sits with everybody else,” Nagy said. “You’ve got to finish.” Even after a game-winning moment — Andy Dalton’s 49-yard touchdown pass...
    At the end of a brutal Sunday afternoon, on the heels of his team’s fifth consecutive loss, with the aggravation of a fed-up city echoing into the evening, Chicago Bears coach Matt Nagy stood at a lectern inside Soldier Field and stammered his way through a recap. Nagy had to find some way to describe his team’s galling 16-13 loss to the Baltimore Ravens, an unbelievable defeat characterized by confusion, chaos and collapse. Nagy had to answer for all that went wrong as the Bears — on the doorstep of a relieving victory — again found a way to slip on a banana peel, fall into a pit of quicksand and get stuck directly under a cloud of falling anvils. Honestly, that’s how cartoonish this has become. There are new and surreal twists to the same old painful story. A once-proud football franchise remains floundering and seemingly directionless. “(This sits with me) just like it sits with everybody else,” Nagy said. “You’ve got to finish.” Even after a game-winning moment — Andy Dalton’s 49-yard touchdown pass...
    After a rough loss to the Philadelphia Eagles on Sunday, it’s more than clear that the New Orleans Saints need to get Philip Rivers to town as soon as possible.  With Jameis Winston out for the season due to his torn ACL, the New Orleans Saints and Sean Payton have had to start Trevor Siemian at quarterback. Things have gone about as poorly as expected with him running the show. While Siemian has starter experience and can spin it at times, he’s simply nowhere near the level the Saints need him to be if they want to make noise the rest of the campaign. With that said, Philip Rivers had previously said he’d listen to New Orleans if they came calling. So, why haven’t they picked up the phone?Philip Rivers joining the Saints needs to happen as soon as possibleIn the 40-29 loss to the Eagles, Siemian ended up throwing for 214 yards and three touchdowns, though his final one came in garbage time. He also added a rushing score, but he did toss two interceptions. The offense just doesn’t...
    Jennifer Garner & Kate Hudsons Favorite Super Cozy Blankets Are on Sale at Nordstrom Now for Black Friday Are the Chargers uniforms the best in NFL history? How LAs jerseys rank among the all-time greats Have Excellent Credit? These Cards Are for You Ad Microsoft $200 Sign Up Bonus Just In Time For The Holidays Ad Microsoft Experts Urge Americans to Refi Before 2022 Ad Microsoft Full screen 1/26 SLIDES © Aaron Rapoport/Corbis/Getty Images Classic TV shows you can binge right now We’re kicking it old school! You’re probably well aware of what’s on current TV. However, there are a lot of old shows that you may have never had a chance to check out. Or maybe you watched them...
    Guess you two can take a break for a couple months In the run-up to the November elections a couple of weeks ago, right-wing operatives, news organizations, and politicians could not stop talking about the crisis of race and education and how American history is taught in our nation’s schools. The easily digestible catchphrase for it all was critical race theory, or CRT. Even though CRT was not, is not, and has never been taught in schools below the college or post-graduate level, the boogeyman of something with the term “critical” in it was a lot more catchy than the more descriptive articulation of what conservatives were whining about—race and stuff. The best part of it all is that none of the coverage actually discussed American history and race, which might actually be something worth teaching children. In a remarkably unsurprising turn of events, not unlike the week where “caravans” of migrants were threatening to invade our southern borders, the mentions and acute terror of CRT being taught in mythic elementary schools has...vanished. In the end, CRT was and will always be a conservative talking...
    In 2016, the British data firm Cambridge Analytic (which supported Donald Trump during that year's presidential election) used Steve Bannon as its director of U.S. operations — and Cambridge had a billionaire backer in Rebekah Mercer. But now, according to the Daily Beast's Roger Sollenberger, Mercer is distancing herself from the far-right MAGA Republican. "The nonpartisan Campaign Legal Center alleges that the Trump campaign and a pro-Trump super PAC run by Bannon illegally coordinated through Cambridge to pump out millions of dollars in political ads for Trump," Sollenberger reports in an article published on November 16. "Brendan Fischer, director of reform at CLC, said the evidence generated in the closed investigation specifically strengthens their case against Bannon, who was named in the foreign national probe but was never questioned." Bannon and Mercer were allies in 2016. But now, according to Fischer, Mercer appears to be throwing Bannon under the bus. "Federal election filings show the Trump campaign paid Cambridge Analytica $5.9 million in the 2016 cycle, and MAN1 reported paying another $5 million to the firm after the super...
    The term “scraping the bottom of the barrel” doesn’t quite do justice to the new crop of MAGA talk show hosts that think Alex Jones is too tame. One of them is Stew Peters. He went from being a failed rapper, to a failed bounty hunter, to now a full-time COVID conspiracy theorist. And yes, being full-blown MAGA, there’s the obligatory police report documenting domestic violence as well. Perhaps Trump will push him to run for Senate?  In the meantime, he hosts his own podcast that features a who’s who of Trumpian rejects: George Papadopoulos, Lin Wood, Michelle Malkin, Sidney Powell, and Karen Fann—the state senate president responsible for the disastrous Arizona audit. I don’t usually care what he’s doing, but this came across my feed. It’s as hilarious as it is sad. If there’s ever been an example of the cult-like cognitive dissonance of the MAGA crowd, this is it.  Some Q-nut told Stew Peters that he has been “magnetized” by being around people who have had the vaccine, claiming vaccinated people somehow “shed” vaccine components outside their bodies. (Obviously, this has been debunked.) As...
    (CNN)If Joe Biden built a road in a quiet forest, would anyone know about it?That's the philosophical problem for a President who should be having one of the best days of his presidency but is instead struggling to convince Americans he's accomplished anything.Biden delivered on a promise to get a massive infrastructure bill passed into law -- one that had evaded previous presidents. He did it, against all expectations, in a bipartisan way. The signing ceremony attended by members of both parties Monday at the White House should have been a victory lap.Instead, there are foreboding headlines for Biden and the Democrats.New polls suggest Americans don't understand his accomplishment and blame him for the state of the economy they're worried about.Read MoreHis approval rating, never extremely strong for a new President, is not too far from Donald Trump territory.Palace intrigue. CNN's Edward Isaac-Dovere and Jasmine Wright reported this weekend about mutual frustration between the White House and the office of Vice President Kamala Harris.I'll just share the first paragraph of the story, which is backed up with exhaustive reporting:Worn out...
    For the first time in a long time, Mike Francesa made a live appearance on WFAN Monday afternoon. The Mike and the Mad Dog legend called in to celebrate the retiring Steve Somers, but Francesa gave listeners a throwback rant when he lost it as WFAN’s iconic overnight host repeatedly struggled to accept a compliment. Somers is a WFAN original, joining the station as their overnight host for its trailblazing launch back in 1987. Less than a month after announcing he plans to retire soon, the 74-year-old radio host said goodbye Friday night, and again Monday afternoon with a more than hour-long special during the midday timeslot. After being welcomed to the show, Francesa had to quickly cut Somers off from commemorating Mike and the Mad Dog. “Steve, don’t talk about Dog and myself. This isn’t about Dog and myself, it’s about you!” Francesa said. “This is your moment, this is about you…Just stop complimenting everyone else and take the compliment for what you accomplished. This is your day.” Seconds later, Somers made the mistake of...
    VIDEO1:3101:31We expect more orders before the year end, says Boeing executive vice presidentDubai Airshow A top executive at Boeing has underlined the importance that cargo now plays in the aerospace industry, nearly two years after travel came to a near standstill due to the coronavirus pandemic. "The freighter markets are on fire right now. That's where we see real growth," Stan Deal, executive vice president of Boeing, told CNBC's Dan Murphy at the Dubai Air Show on Sunday. The company has announced plans to add three conversion lines for its 737-800BCF across North America and Europe. These are facilities that convert aircraft to freighters and they'll be located at KF Aerospace in Canada and London Gatwick. Deal's comments come a day after Boeing said it was in advanced talks to sell a cargo version of its future 777X jetliner. Ihssane Mounir, senior vice president of commercial sales and marketing at Boeing, told Reuters Saturday that it was "in pretty advanced discussions with a number of customers." "The [777X freighter] looks good from a design standpoint and a requirements standpoint."A worker checks...
    New York (CNN Business)Bummer for bargain hunters: It may be harder to snag designer clothes at TJ Maxx, Burlington and Ross.These discount chains thrive when there is a glut of clothing in the market. They can scoop in and buy premium apparel and shoe brands' excess inventory for cheap — and then sell it to customers at bargain prices. The problem right now: There's very little unsold clothing sitting around.Supply chains are choked off and brands don't have as much, if any, extra stuff to dump. And since inventories are lean and customer demand is red hot, brands don't have as great a need to discount merchandise — they can easily sell items at full price.Under Armour (UA), Ralph Lauren (RL), Carter's (CRI) and Steve Madden (SHOO) are among the brands that have said in recent weeks they're retreating from discount chains, sometimes called "off-price" stores. Levi's (LEVI) is also walking away from discount stores. Top apparel brands are moving away from discount chains such as TJ Maxx, Burlington and Ross amid supply chain pressures. Even before the pandemic, these...
    California gas prices hit an average price of $4.658 a gallon Friday, about a penny short of the highest recorded average price of $4.671 for regular gasoline set in October 2012, according to AAA.America's largest state by population has the highest gas prices in the country. The national average dropped slightly to $3.416 Friday.AAA said heavy rainstorms in Northern California have pinched production capacity, which then trickled down to Southern California -- just like what happened in Louisiana with Hurricane Ida."It's a bit of a supply crunch we have right now, there's nothing major, until the refineries in Northern California can get back up to full production capacity," Jeffrey Spring, Corporate Communications Manager of the Automobile Club of Southern California said.RELATED: Gas hits $7.59 a gallon in CA townEMBED More News Videos The lone gas station in a coastal California town is charging $7.59 for regular unleaded. Prices are pushing $5 in some areas, including Northern California's Humboldt County, where the average price was $4.971 Friday. The Bay Area has surged to over $4.80.Gas prices have been increasing steadily throughout...
    In this article DISA Disney cast member welcomes guests to Magic Kingdom Park at Walt Disney World Resort on July 11, 2020.(Photo by Matt Stroshane/Walt Disney World Resort via Getty Images)Disney may trade more like Netflix now, with streaming subscriber growth the all-important stock catalyst, but as the Disney+ adds went down in the third quarter, costs in the real world keep going up. And that means that, at least in the short-term, even Disney has an inflation problem weighing on its margins. Disney has pricing power that is the envy of most companies, but that isn't improving sentiment with investors. The stock is negative on the year, and getting crushed on Thursday, and was far behind the 20%+ gains in the S&P 500 Index even before the earnings disappointment. Now may be a time for long-term investors with patience to buy in, but Disney is a show-me story into the first half of 2022, and rising costs are part of the headwinds.Loading chart... By some measures, Disney's recent performance demonstrates how strong its brand is with consumers. The Genie+...
    Lego Grab The Lego Boba Fett’s Starship Here Hot on the heels of last year’s Razor Crest set comes the Lego Boba Fett’s Starship, which is sure to be the most sought-after Lego set of the year. This isn’t the first time Lego has released Boba Fett’s starship. Previously, the ship – then known as Slave 1 before the name was changed to become more inclusive – was available as part of a larger, nearly $300 set. Also of Interest: Best Lego Sets Under $50 This newer version takes what people love about the ship and downsizes it into a much more affordable package, which I’m sure is going to please parents and collectors everywhere.How Many Pieces Are In The Set?The Boba Fett’s Starship set comes in 593 pieces. The main bulk of the set is made up of the highly-detailed starship itself. There’s also a ship transporter to build designed to maneuver the ship around when it’s land-based. Oh, and there’s a carbonite slab. That counts as a brick technically, but I’d imagine it’s mostly included so...
    Getty Odell Beckham Jr. #13 of the Cleveland Browns warms up prior to the game Arizona Cardinals at FirstEnergy Stadium on October 17, 2021 in Cleveland, Ohio. No one expected the Buffalo Bills to be sitting 5-3 on the season going into Week 10. The Bills were 14-point favorites to beat the Jacksonville Jaguars on Sunday, but went 9-6, an inexplicable defeat to one of the worst teams in the entire NFL. While a team loss is never just one person’s fault, the Bills’ offensive line is falling apart at the seams. On Wednesday, however, NBC Sports Chris Simms offered up a suggestion that he believes would bolster the team’s ability to score, to sign Odell Beckham Jr. as soon as possible. ALL the latest Bills news straight to your inbox! Join the Heavy on Bills newsletter here! Join Heavy on Bills! Beckham, who after breaking up with the Cleveland Browns on Friday, officially cleared waivers to become a free agent on Tuesday. Sources told ESPN‘s Adam Schefter that he wants to join a Super Bowl-caliber...