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    More than half of young Americans — 52 percent — believe U.S. democracy is “in trouble” or “failing,” according to a poll released this week from the Institute of Politics at Harvard Kennedy School. The poll, which surveyed young people between the ages of 18 to 29, found that 39 percent believe democracy is “in trouble,” and 13 percent “went as far as to declare the nation a ‘failed democracy.'” Only seven percent of young Americans view the United States as a “healthy democracy,” and 27 percent think the country has a “somewhat functioning democracy.” Along party lines, Republicans are less hopeful than Democrats about the state of the nation. “While Democrats are divided (44% healthy/somewhat functioning and 45% in trouble/failed) about the health of our democracy, 70% of Republicans believe that we are either a democracy in trouble (47%) or failed (23%). A majority (51%) of independent and unaffiliated young Americans also say we are in trouble or failed,” according to the poll report. President Joe Biden speaks in the South Court Auditorium on the White House campus, Wednesday,...
    John Harbaugh’s decision to attempt a 2-point conversion to defeat the Pittsburgh Steelers rather than settle for a Justin Tucker extra point to go into overtime will be the subject of much debate this week. But not to his players, many of whom defended their head coach’s line of thinking that resulted in a 20-19 loss at Heinz Field in Pittsburgh on Sunday. “If we would have converted that 2-point conversion, we would be having a different conversation now,” inside linebacker Josh Bynes said. “Let’s just be real. We’d be talking about all of these ways we find a way to win and all of the other stuff. At the end of the day, they found a way to make the one play, and we didn’t. that’s what it came down to, and that’s what these games are all about, especially this late in the season. They made that one extra play, and that’s all that matters.” The final two minutes represented a roller coaster ride of emotions for Ravens fans. After the defense gave up a...
    A man in North Carolina accidentally bought a pair of identical tickets for the same lottery drawing and won two prizes of $25,000 a year for the rest of his life. Forty-nine-year-old Scotty Thomas of Fayetteville told the North Carolina Education Lottery he was thinking about the Lucky for Life drawing but could not remember if he had already purchased a ticket, UPI reported Wednesday. “I was just laying in bed watching a basketball game on TV and I couldn’t remember if I filled it out or not,” Thomas, who is a dump truck operator, stated. “I went ahead and filled it out again and the next morning my son asked why there were two different amounts listed. I realized, ‘I think I filled it out twice,'” he added. Man accidentally buys two identical lottery tickets, wins two jackpots https://t.co/SE97OFGKdn — Odd News from @UPI (@OddNewsUPI) December 1, 2021 According to the lottery’s website, he got two emails because he bought the tickets through the lottery’s Online Play program on his phone. Winners are notified by email when they win....
    MIAMI (CBSMiami) – Millions of Americans own gas-powered lawn mowers, but that could be changing. California is making the switch to electric mowers and experts believe other states could eventually do the same. READ MORE: Companies Having Difficulty Getting Hands On Material Needed To Make GravestonesDavid Hernandez is with “Sod and Turf Pros” in Los Angeles and has used gas-powered equipment for years. He understands electric tools are the future but said there are pros and cons. “You won’t be having all that gas up your nose, be inhaling it, because I’ve been there. I’ve done that,” Hernandez said. One trade-off is usage time. Hernandez bought an electric leaf blower but said he has to operate it sparingly. “It doesn’t last as long, right, so we use a battery. It will only last 20, 30 minutes, and then after that go charge it,” Hernandez said. READ MORE: Seminoles Suspend Sports Betting After Court RulingsHomeowners are snatching up e-powered products, but it’s a harder transition for lawn care companies running lots of devices all day. In October, Governor Gavin Newsom signed...
              more   Research from Florida Atlantic University suggests Florida’s Republican and Democrat voters nearly agree on the existence of climate change but differ on the cause. According to the researchers, approximately nine out of 10 Florida Republicans believe climate change exists. Approximately 96 percent of Florida Democrat voters agree. Regarding the cause of climate change, half of Florida Republicans believe it is a man-made issue, while nearly 75 percent of Florida Democrat voters would concur. The FAU research suggests the difference of opinion on the cause of climate change could be a reason why lawmakers are open to discussing climate change policy in the Florida Legislature but rarely agree on a solution. Colin Polsky, director for Environmental Studies and a professor of geosciences at FAU’s College of Science, said Floridians’ shifting attitudes toward climate change was a result of the President Donald J. Trump administration and then the COVID pandemic. “This sequence of results – five surveys since 2019 – begins to paint a picture of Floridians’ attitudes during a period of particularly dynamic political, economic and environmental conditions. During...
    "Justice with Judge Jeanine" host Jeanine Pirro called on citizens to recall soft-on-crime politicians from office amid nationwide crime surges in her opening statement Saturday.  GUTFELD REVEALS THE 'ROOT CAUSE' OF CRIME IN THE UNITED STATES JEANINE PIRRO: You are no longer safe in America. Your government is not protecting you. The police cannot protect you. In short, you're on your own. Something has radically changed in America. Crime is coming out of nowhere and is hitting like a thunderbolt.  … There's only one way to end this, and it is to get involved in every local race from town council, city council, county legislature to judge, DA, school board, sheriff and every other state office where you live. I believe our power will be based in the states in the future, which is where this change must begin. We need to recall those in office who are failing us in the oath that they took to protect the citizens and the Constitution. We've got to be vocal. We must peacefully protest decisions made that we do not agree with....
    A new poll has found that a majority of young Americans have lost faith in democracy. The survey from Harvard found that a combined 52 percent of young Americans between 18 and 29 believe U.S democracy is 'in trouble' if not just 'failing,' at 39 percent and 14%, respectively.  Meanwhile, 27 percent found that the government was 'somewhat functioning' and only 7 percent viewed the America as a 'healthy democracy.' Thirteen percent said they 'didn't know.' The numbers come from the Institute of Politics (IOP) at Harvard Kennedy School, who polled 2,109 Americans between the ages of 18 and 29.   The study found that young Democrats were also divided on the topic, with 44 percent believing democracy is currently healthy or somewhat functioning while 45 percent believed it was in trouble or failed.  Seventy percent of young Republicans were far more pessimistic about the state of the nation, with 47 believing democracy was in trouble and 23 percent believing it has failed.  The study found that a majority of independent and unaffiliated young Americans, 51, percent, also said we are in...
    KHLOE Kardashian may still be in shock after discovering that her baby daddy Tristan Thompson "welcomed a third child" with another woman. The reality star is struggling to come to terms with the allegations as she also learned that the NBA star had an affair while the pair were "still dating." 5Khloe is struggling to come to terms with the allegations that Tristan fathered a third baby with another womanCredit: Getty Images - Getty 5Tristan reportedly cheated on Khloe with a personal trainer named Maralee claims the baby was conceived in MarchCredit: Copyright: Instagram/Tristan Thompson Sources told HollywoodLife that Khloe's friends have tried to warn her about Tristan as they were suspicious about the pro basketball player's cheating ways. “Khloé’s friends have constantly been telling her that Tristan hasn’t been faithful to her," the insider said, adding that Khloe questioned their intentions. “She seems to believe that these women just try to be connected to the Kardashian family, be famous and/or get money from them and that’s it. "She has trouble believing any of this has...
    Lin Wood, a longtime QAnon minion, is now singing a very different tune when it comes to the conspiracy-driven movement. Wood, who has also made national headlines for his support of former President Donald Trump's attempts to overturn the presidential election, recently took to the online messaging platform Telegram to share his perspective of the QAnon movement. Some of the remarks he made in his post have left many people baffled. According to HuffPost, Wood claimed he has “'formed an opinion that Q speaks truth,'” referring to the anonymous poster in QAnon lore who has purported high-level government clearance and deep access to state secrets." “I know that I agree with the principles of Q in its fight against child sex trafficking, pedophilia, and satanic rituals,” said Wood, a self-proclaimed "Anon." "I believe that Anons are like me," Wood said. "They research the information provided from Q drops. I am generally familiar with Q drops from others as I do not study them and am way behind in trying to interpret them. I think I can fairly be...
    A drugged-up Taylor Swift fan vehemently defended the pop superstar after getting her wisdom teeth out, expressing horror that her doctor wasn't a fan as well. Paloma, a teenager from Michigan, had her wisdom teeth removed before Thanksgiving last month — and in her woozy post-surgical state, she was outraged to discover that the oral surgeon who worked on her doesn't like Swift's music. In a viral TikTok video, the scandalized teen tells him, 'I can't believe I let you perform on me' and refuses to let him change the gauze in her mouth. Paloma, a teenager from Michigan, had her wisdom teeth removed before Thanksgiving last month In her woozy post-surgical state, she was outraged to discover that the oral surgeon who worked on her doesn't like Swift's music @2co0l2juul @taylorswift love and supporting u always❤️ #taylorswift #wisdomteeth ♬ original sound - paloma The video, which has been viewed 3.8 million times, begins with Paloma sitting up in a chair shortly after her wisdom teeth were removed, with an ice back wrapped around her face.  'Did you even play...
    A VETERAN prop master has called "bulls**t" on Alec Baldwin's claims that he didn't pull the trigger of the gun that fired a live round on the set of Rust, killing cinematographer Halyna Hutchins. Speaking exclusively to The Sun, Bill Davis, a retired cop who has worked on more than 300 movies and TV shows, disputed the chain of events outlined by the actor during an interview with ABC on Thursday. 8Baldwin sat down with ABC 20/20 on Thursday for his first interview since the fatal shootingCredit: ABC News 8Halyna Hutchins, 41, died after suffering a single gunshot wound to the chestCredit: Supplied as a technical service. No is implied or inferred. "Guns never just fire themselves - especially the single-action .45 revolver he was using at the time," Davis said. "Simply put, his excuse is bulls**t," he continued. When quizzed about how common it is for a gun to malfunction and fire without the trigger being pulled, Davis responded: "It doesn't. [It's] uncommon to the max!" Davis added that he thinks Baldwin is "full of s**t." In...
    The Michigan prosecutor who on Friday announced charges against the parents of the 15-year-old Michigan school shooter suspect said there is “absolute reason to believe” that the teen was “dangerous and disturbed.” Oakland County prosecutor Karen McDonald was asked during a news conference on Friday if there was any reason to believe that 15-year-old Ethan Crumbley, suspected of killing four students and injuring seven other people, had a gun on him the day of the shooting. “I've stated what was known to the individuals, what the search indicated and ammunition, what the document — I stated every single sentence that was on that document. So I suppose you should draw your own conclusion. The conclusion I draw is that there was absolute reason to believe this individual was dangerous and disturbed,” McDonald answered.  McDonald announced on Friday that Crumbley's parents had each been charged with four counts of involuntary manslaughter. She noted that some of the evidence that went into the decision included the fact that the suspected shooter, Ethan Crumbley, had been with his father, James Crumbley, when the gun he later...
    A 17-year-old student has been arrested after threatening to carry out a shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida - the scene of the 2018 Parkland school shooting where 17 people were killed. Oliver Manik, a student at Marjory Stoneman Douglas (MSD) in Broward County, was arrested after he made the threat in a social media group chat when students involved in the chat reported him to the authorities according to a school spokesperson. The Broward Sheriff's Office (BSO) quoted Manik as saying: 'I feel like school shooting tomorrow. When I sneeze, it's a signal go to the bathroom. Okay? And I hope y'all aren't snitches.' Students reported the threat to the BSO at 11am local time on Wednesday, and detectives located Manik on Thursday and promptly arrested him, according to BSO spokeswoman Claudinne Caro.   It comes less than two months after Nikolas Cruz, who massacred 14 students and three teachers at the high school with an AR15 in February 2018, pleaded guilty to 17 counts of murder and attempted murder, and apologised to the victim's families.   Now...
    KHABIB NURMAGOMEDOV has once again doubled down on his retirement - further dashing Conor McGregor's hopes of a rematch. The former lightweight champion hung up his gloves last October following a submission victory over Justin Gaethje at UFC 254 but flirted with a return earlier this year. 4Khabib Nurmagomedov announced his retirement last October at UFC 254Credit: Getty 4The undefeated Russian briefly flirted with the idea of fighting againCredit: Twitter@danawhite 4But The Eagle has since doubled down on his early retirementCredit: Getty But the undefeated Russian decided not to go back on his promise to his mother to longer compete, which he has no intention of breaking. He told ESPN: "Nothing and nobody [can bring me back]." Nurmagomedov's comments will come as a blow to bitter rival McGregor, who has been hellbent on exacting revenge on the Eagle ever since their 2018 grudge match. The future UFC Hall-of-Famer's retirement, which he announced three months after the passing of his father and coach Abdulmanap, irked McGregor. In January, the Irishman said: “How you could walk away at this stage is baffling...
    MIAMI (CBSMiami) – Homestead police have asked for the public’s help in finding a may they believe is behind anti-semitic vandalism and an attempted break in. According to police, on November 27th, he hung an anti-Semitic banner on the fence outside of the Homestead Jewish Center located at 183 NE 8th Street. READ MORE: Arrest Made After Social Media Threat Targets Marjory Stoneman Douglas HighThey also believe he vandalized the exterior of ShowBiz Cinemas located at 100 S. Krome Avenue in the early morning hours of August 22nd. READ MORE: CBS4 Exclusive: Support Beams At Dadeland Mall Parking Garage Alarms ShoppersIn May, it’s believed the same man tried to break into the Sheepdog Police Supply Store, located at 220 N Krome Avenue. Anyone with information about these incidents is urged to contact the police at (305) 224-543. MORE NEWS: Florida Farmers Grapple With Transportation Problems.
    The Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee (DCCC) tweeted a graph on Thursday meant to thank President Joe Biden for lowering gas prices, but the messaging quickly backfired as critics pounced on the fact the drop was only two cents. The Washington Post’s Philip Bump even published an article about the graph titled, “This might be the worst defense of the Biden administration yet.” The DCCC’s chart showed prices went down from 3.4 to 3.38 in the seven days between November 22nd and 29th. Author James Surowiecki jested “Greatest Y-axis ever” — referencing the chart’s deceptively dramatic drop. Greatest Y-axis ever. https://t.co/dQwbuF4UiX — James Surowiecki (@JamesSurowiecki) December 2, 2021 Other Twitter users, like pollster Frank Luntz, pointed out that the DCCC probably should not be pointing out a two-cent drop, when the national average price at the pump is up a dollar since Biden took office. “The @DCCC neglected to mention that gas prices are up $1 since @JoeBiden took office,” Luntz wrote sharing a graph showing the overall increase under Biden. The @DCCC neglected to mention that gas prices...
    Most Americans believe President Biden is responsible for dividing the American people, a Convention of States/Trafalgar Group survey released Tuesday found.  “To what extent do you believe President Biden is responsible for the divisions in the American people?” the survey asked. Overall, 54.2 percent said Biden is responsible for dividing Americans, and of those, 39.4 percent said he is “very” responsible.  Meanwhile, 45.8 percent said he is generally not responsible for the division.  The vast majority of Democrats, 78.7 percent, do not believe Biden is responsible for dividing the American people, but a majority of Republicans and independents, 88 percent and 64.1 percent, respectively, do. The survey, taken November 13 – 16, 2021, among 1,092 likely general election voters, has a margin of error of +/- 2.97 percent.  While Biden made several mentions of unity in his inauguration speech 10 months ago, his presidency has been plagued by divisive rhetoric coming straight from the commander-in-chief, as he as directly pitted vaccinated Americans against unvaccinated Americans. “We’ve been patient, but our patience is wearing thin,” he said in a September 9 speech, scolding unvaccinated...
    CHICAGO (CBS) — A lot of kids are busy writing letters to Santa for their most desired gifts. But kids who drop their wish lists in a Macy’s Santa Mailbox will be helping grant a wish to kids with serious illnesses. It’s National Believe Week! For every letter you write to Santa, Macy’s will donate $2 to @MakeAWish, up to $1 million. Stay tuned, tomorrow we’re unveiling Abi’s wish: to appear on a Macy’s billboard! https://t.co/43ZxyfbBBN pic.twitter.com/KnD0LtJDCn — Macys (@Macys) November 29, 2021 It’s National Believe Week and Macy’s is donating $2.00 to Make-A-Wish for every letter to Santa dropped in its mailboxes. Make-A-Wish Illinois is hosting the Santa letter writing campaigns at Macy’s stores. There’s curbside pick-ups for letters. And if you can’t go to a store, you can also write a letter to Santa by clicking here or go to this site Macys/Social/Believe.
    FOOTBALL fans on social media have conjured up a sensational theory that Lionel Messi has Brighton striker Neal Maupay to thank for winning a record SEVENTH Ballon d'Or. Some believe a challenge by Maupay in June 2020 on then Arsenal No1 Bernd Leno sparked a sensational chain of events, ending with Messi winning the award. 2Maupay's challenge on Leno that saw Martinez promoted to Arsenal's starting XICredit: EPA 217 months after Maupay's challenge, Messi won yet another Ballon d'OrCredit: AP One mystic fan wrote on Twitter: "Hard to believe the road to Messi winning an unprecedented 7th Ballon D’or began with Neal Maupay hacking down Bernd Leno." Maupay's challenge saw Leno stretchered off and out injured as a consequence. That meant back-up Emiliano Martinez was called into the starting line-up. From there he helped Arsenal win the FA Cup that season, earning a move to Aston Villa to be No1 choice between the sticks. Continuing to impress in the West Midlands Martinez was then called up to Argentina for the first time. And it was...
    PROTECTION gained from Covid vaccines could be eight times lower against the Omicron variant, the chief of Moderna has warned. Millions of vaccines have been rolled across across the UK, including those from Moderna. 2Experts have warned that it's not yet clear how vaccines will react with the new Omicron strainCredit: Alamy 2Moderna CEO Stephane Bancel said experts at Modern believe this variant is 'much more infectious' than othersCredit: Getty Now its CEO, Stephane Bancel has said that vaccine efficacy could go down due to the mutations that the strain has. Vaccines that are already been rolled out are also being topped up with boosters to give the most protection. Studies have shown that boosters give over 90 per cent protection against symptomatic Covid-19 in adults over 50. As more cases of Omicron continue to be detected, the UK government has put in measures to try and curb the spread early. It was last night announced that Brits aged 18-39 would be invited for their booster vaccines and face masks and covering are now once again mandatory in shops and...
    AURORA, Colo. (CBS4) – Aurora Police investigators returned to the scene where four teenagers and one young adult were shot early on Nov. 28. Officers combed the area near East Colfax Avenue and North Dayton Street where they say they recovered a gun. (credit: CBS) Detectives say it’s not clear whether the gun was used in the shooting. They add there were an unspecified number of shell casings of different calibers also at the scene. They believe there were multiple shooters involved. Investigators say they will also review any surveillance video in the area. READ MORE: Aurora Mother Whose Child Was Killed in 1995 Shooting Disturbed, Tired of Youth Violence After 5 Shot Over The Weekend (credit: CBS) Officers say a large crowd of people left the area as they were arriving to the original call. Police believe they were attending a party in the basement of Rose’s House of Beauty. It’s not clear if the owners of the business were involved with, or aware of, the event. All of the victims, ages 16-20, are expected to survive. Investigators...
    In this photo illustration a close-up of a hand holding a TV remote control seen displayed in front of the Disney+ logo.Thiago Prudencio | SOPA Images | LightRocket | Getty Images (This article was sent first to members of the CNBC Investing Club with Jim Cramer. To get the real-time updates in your inbox, subscribe here.) We bought 75 shares of Disney at roughly $144.82 each. Following Monday's trades, the Charitable Trust owns 575 shares of Disney. The buy will increase Disney's weighting in the portfolio from 1.8% to 2.07%. On Friday, we commented that as tempting as it was to step into those stocks most at risk of the omicron variant — the ones that need cross-border activity and are tied to travel and entertainment — we simply did not have enough information and felt it better to wait and see if we would get better prices Monday. With that being the case this morning, we are ready to take advantage. While the omicron variant has certainly added a headwind to the experiential side of Disney's operations (think parks,...
    TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (AP) — Carrie Meek, who died Sunday, is being remembered as a trailblazer, a descendent of slaves who became one of the first Black Floridians elected to Congress since Reconstruction. But the late Congressman John Lewis had another way of describing her. ‘‘We see showboats and we see tugboats. She’s a tugboat. I never want to be on the side of issues against her,” Lewis said of Meek in a 1999 news article. Politicians and public figures on Monday recalled Meek’s pioneering career, with many noting her devotion to working class families in her Miami district as well as her powerful oratory, in an outpouring of support after her death at 95 years old after a long illness. “Throughout her decades of public service, she was a champion for opportunity and progress, including following her retirement, as she worked to ensure that every Floridian had a roof over his or her head and access to a quality education,” House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said. “On the Appropriations Committee where we both served, she was a...
    Jack Dorsey Outgoing Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey confirmed earlier reports that he is resigning from that role, explaining three reasons why. One is his belief in CTO Parag Arawal’s competence in taking over as CEO of the social media behemoth. Second is Bret Taylor joining the Twitter board and agreement to serve as board chair. The third was his belief in the Twitter team he helped assemble. “We have a lot of ambition and potential on this team,” he said in an internal memo he later shared on Twitter. “All of you have the potential to change the course of this company for the better. I believe this with all my heart!” He confirmed that his resignation is immediate with Arawal taking over as CEO immediately. He did pledge to stay on the board through “May-ish” and explained his decision. “I believe it’s really important to give Parag the space he needs to lead,” he noted. “And back to my previous point, I believe it’s critical a company can stand on its own, free of its founder’s influence or direction.”...
    CNN political commentator S.E. Cupp went after Fox & Friends for pushing the idea that new variations of the coronavirus are merely a political device Democrats concoct to improve their odds of winning elections. Cupp was on New Day for a conversation about how conservatives are reacting to the emerging Omicron variant of Covid, which has already sparked international concerns. John Berman framed the conversation by noting that Fox & Friends dismissively spoke about Omicron on Saturday during a segment where they laughingly suggested that Democrats will keep fear-mongering over Covid variants in order to hold onto power. Congressman Ronny Jackson (R-TX) has already endorsed this line of thinking, writing off Omicron as a “midterm election variant” Democrats will use to supposedly “CHEAT.” Here comes the MEV – the Midterm Election Variant! They NEED a reason to push unsolicited nationwide mail-in ballots. Democrats will do anything to CHEAT during an election – but we’re not going to let them! — Ronny Jackson (@RonnyJacksonTX) November 27, 2021 Reacting to all of this, Cupp reprimanded the hosts of Fox & Friends...
    NFL Twitter users tried to process the first half of Sunday’s sloppy Baltimore Ravens-Cleveland Browns game. The Week 12 slate of NFL games on Sunday concluded with the Baltimore Ravens hosting the Cleveland Browns. With the Cincinnati Bengals blowing out the Pittsburgh Steelers earlier in the day, both the Ravens and Browns were looking to pick up the pivotal victory. But, the first half of the game featured some seriously sloppy football. Five drives towards the tail-end of the half all featured a turnover, including three interceptions by Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson. It was certainly a sight to behold, which had many Twitter users processing what they were watching, as well as making some quality memes in the process. ESSE BROWNS X RAVENS pic.twitter.com/xKW1I6Nssg — Gabriel Martins (@caradossports) November 29, 2021 Ravens vs Browns first half recap: pic.twitter.com/4pOyvPJmCp — Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz (@LeBatardShow) November 29, 2021 The Ravens and Browns trading turnovers tonight ???? pic.twitter.com/hTGiHXOU46 — br_betting (@br_betting) November 29, 2021 Summary of Browns-Ravens ???????? pic.twitter.com/k9D3xh8lfA — PFF (@PFF) November 29, 2021 Ravens...
    TEXAS (CBSDFW.COM) – In a Twitter video posted Sunday evening, actor Matthew McConaughey effectively ruled out a 2022 run for governor. The actor thanked those who supported a run, saying “as a simple kid born in the little of Ulvade, Texas, it never occurred to me I would one day be considered for political leadership. It’s a humbling and inspiring path to ponder.” READ MORE: Three-Year-Old Girl Shot In Fort WorthHowever, the actor said, “It is also not a path I am choosing to take at the moment.” Instead, McConaughey continued, he will “continue to work and invest the bounty I have by supporting entrepreneurs, businesses, and foundations that I believe are leaders, establishments that I believe are creating pathways for people to succeed in life, [and] organizations that have a mission to serve and build trust while also building prosperity.” READ MORE: 'It Looks Pretty Dang Busy:' North Texas Airports Brace For Busy Holiday Season“That’s the American Dream.” McConaughey also encouraged Texans to not expect politicians to “do anything for us unless we choose to do for ourselves.” MORE...
    Former Donald Trump attorney Michael Cohen said on NBC’s “Meet the Press” that the investigations into the Trump Organization by both the Manhattan DA’s office and New York Attorney General Letitia James already had enough evidence of crimes to indict the former president. When asked what stage the investigation is in, Cohen said, “I really try not to talk about it because it’s their investigation, nor do I want to tip off Trump or the Trump Organization’s people about what is actually happening. So I would rather just not answer that specific question, other than to say that you can bet your bottom dollar that Allen Weisselberg is not — and I truly mean this, Allen Weisselberg is not the key to this. They are going after Donald. They’re going after Don Jr, Eric, Ivanka, a whole slew of individuals, family as well.” He continued, “You know when you talked about whether or not Donald Trump inflated or deflated his assets, every single word that I had said about that is 100% accurate.” He added, “I’m not asking anybody to...
    Mississippi Gov. Tate Reeves (R) claimed on Sunday that President Joe Biden‘s Covid vaccine policy has “made it more difficult in rural states like Mississippi to get more and more people vaccinated.” During the interview with MSNBC’s Chuck Todd, Reeves underscored his support for the vaccine — mentioning that he publicly received his shots — but slammed any type of mandate. “I actually took my shots on Facebook Live, and I don’t like shots very much, Chuck,” Reeves said. “But that was my way in which of telling the people of Mississippi that I think this is the best way for you to protect yourselves but I also believe in individual liberties, and I believe in freedoms, and I believe individuals can make their own decision what’s best for them after they talk to their physician.” Reeves took issue with Biden’s vaccine policy, which would require businesses with more than 100 employees to mandate vaccinations or require weekly Covid testing. The implementation of the rule was paused by a federal appeals court, and the Biden administration has challenged the move....
    A survey released this week has revealed that half of the French public believe in the “Great Replacement” theory and that elites in politics and business are attempting to replace the native population of France. The Ifop survey, which asked a number of questions regarding immigration and topics such as Islamisation, found that 50 per cent of the French believe in the Great Replacement, a theory coined by French writer Renaud Camus to describe the demographic replacement of native peoples by mass migration. Nearly seven in ten of the respondents to the survey, or 69 per cent, stated they believed there were “too many” immigrants in France, while 62 per cent said that immigration was the primary reason for insecurity issues in the country, French news magazine L’Obs reports. In the Ifop survey, respondents were also asked about French identity and Islam, with 70 per cent stating that France should remain a Christian country, while 68 per cent said that Islam was a threat to French identity. Marion Marechal Calls for French to Resist ‘Great Replacement’ https://t.co/e5lwcWlJup — Breitbart London...
    MEREDITH Marks warned her co-star Jen Shah of "karma" after she "incited violence" against her amid their nasty feud. The Real Housewives of Salt Lake City star previously revealed that she has "a lot of evidence" on Jen as fans believe she might've been responsible for calling the FBI. 5Meredith replied to a fan question about Jen ShahCredit: Instagram/Meredith Marks 5She warned her co-star of 'karma'Credit: Instagram/Meredith Marks 5Jen could face 30 years in prison for her fraud scandalCredit: Bravo Meredith, 49, took to her Instagram stories on Saturday to hold a Q&A with her fans. After one asked: "How do you feel about Jen posting negative things about you on social media," the reality star sent a message of warning to her co-star. "She has the right to the first amendment just like the rest of us. Freedom of speech. Meredith continued: "I wouldn't do it, it reflects more on her than it does on me. "Karma is real and destroying things and inciting violence against another person, not my vibe," she finished. MEDDLING MEREDITH? The reality star's message...
    A Donald Trump supporter waits for the start of a Trump campaign rally on Nov. 4, 2019 in Lexington, Kentucky. One way or the other, GOP voters are determined to believe the 2020 election was stolen no matter what the facts are. As a recent Monmouth University poll found, "Nearly 3 in 4 Republicans (73%) cling to the idea that Biden won through fraud," while about one-third of the American public holds that belief. Those findings generally reflect the results of other polls asking about 2020 fraud, but the Monmouth survey also asked a question that demonstrated just how deep and stubborn those GOP delusions are. Regarding Arizona's sham "audit" of the state's 2020 results released in September, 57% of Americans accepted the results of the review, correctly saying it had either concluded Joe Biden won Arizona fairly (36%) or saying they weren't sure about the report but guessed it found Biden the winner (21%). But when it came to Republicans, 62% misstated the results of the sham audit, with 32% saying the so-called audit found evidence of fraud and 30% saying...
    EVER fancied a sneak peek into the life of the super-rich? A property featured in HBO's hit TV series, Succession, which revolves around the wealthy Logan family, has just sold for $105 million and the house is the epitome of luxury. 9The mansion used in Succession has been sold for over $105MCredit: Jam Press 9It is very close to the shores of SouthamptonCredit: Jam Press Known as Fordune, the mansion, set in Southampton town in the much-sought-after Hamptons area in New York state, also has a unique history, having been built in the early 1960s by the grandson of car marker, Henry Ford. Spanning 20,000 sq ft, the opulent home has 12 bedrooms and as many bathrooms, as well as a separate guest house across its 42 acres of land. All the original features remain, such as ceilings with bespoke moldings and chandeliers, as well as Italian marble fireplaces, French parquet floors, and imported antique bathroom fixtures from Europe. 9It has a stunning view of the ocean from the backyardCredit: Jam Press 9The pool area is perfect for entertainingCredit: Jam...
    A Maryland woman is celebrating after winning the lottery for a third time in about three years. The 61-year-old player from Montgomery County recently bought two $5 Lucky scratch-off tickets at Talbert’s Ice & Beverage Service in Bethesda. The first ticket didn’t hit, but the second landed her the game’s top prize of $50,000. That alone would be amazing, but it’s actually the third time she’s won a $50,000 lottery prize at that store, according to Maryland Lottery officials. In August of 2018, she won playing $50,000 Bonus Cash. The following October, she did it again playing Cash Craze Doubler. The retired housekeeper said she was shocked to win for a third time. “I just didn’t believe it, again!” she told lottery officials. After the initial shock subsided, the lucky winner called her best friend to share the news. “When she told me, I was so happy for her,” said the friend, who joined her at Maryland Lottery headquarters. “It was hard to believe that she won $50,000 again.” Of course, they know how rare it is for anyone to...
    Sam Nunberg, former aide to President Trump, said the former president is “certainly, certainly considering” a presidential run and said he personally believes he will, telling Breitbart News Saturday that Trump must “look forward” despite everything that occurred in the last presidential election.  “Obviously, he is certainly, certainly considering it,” Nunberg said when asked if Trump will run in 2024.  “He seems to have his ducks in a row. I thought it was extremely smart that his Super PAC has already made hires in Iowa.” However, Nunberg identified a few “disadvantages” Trump could have running, noting that, from the minute he makes the announcement, he will essentially be running a general election campaign. “The problem for Donald Trump if he announces that he’s running for president, and I believe that he will, is he’s going to be running a general election campaign from the day he announces,” he said, noting that he could run into trouble in caucus and primary states, particularly if there is an insurgent. Another potential issue could be phony investigations, which plagued his presidency. LISTEN: Breitbart · Sam Nunberg – November...
    President Biden has been underwater in various job approval polls, and Americans have been facing soaring fuel prices, supply chain woes, and rising inflation. Earlier this month the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics reported significant increases in the consumer price index. "The all items index rose 6.2 percent for the 12 months ending October, the largest 12-month increase since the period ending November 1990," BLS noted.
    A BIZARRE video shows a Cambodian woman living in "marital bliss" with a cow which she is convinced is her dead husband reincarnated. Khim Hang, 74, who lives in the northeast Kratie province of Cambodia, said she married it because it has the same character as her dead spouse. 4Khim Hang, 74, sits in her bedroom with a cow which she believes is her reborn husbandCredit: Reuters 4The bed is given a comfy bed inside her homeCredit: Reuters The marriage ceremony is not shown on the video but villagers who attended it claimed it took place.   Hang can be seen leading the cow to her one-storied house. She then gives it a proper bath and makes a comfy bed for it with pillows — the same as the ones used by her late husband Tol Khut, who died the previous year. Hang told Reuters: “I believe that the calf is my husband because whatever he does... is in exactly the same way as my husband did when he was alive.”  “I believe that the calf is my husband because whatever...
    “How do we draw that line of what’s real and what’s not?” asks one of the many paranormal experts and authors featured in Shock Docs: Demon in the White House. When it comes to this Discovery+ special, the answer is easy. Premiering on Discovery+ on November 26, Shock Docs: Demon in the White House strives to paint 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue as the haunted home of a demonic presence. According to the talking heads participating in director Brook Linder’s “documentary,” this makes sense because no residence is as secretive as the White House, and secretive places are obviously hotbeds of paranormal activity. Moreover, we should all be immensely spooked, because demons are intent on manipulating the living, and thus there might be no graver danger faced by America than an evil spirit getting its hooks into a president. It is, in fact, “a matter of national security.” Our long ghostly nightmare supposedly began in 1853, when Franklin Pierce became the 14th President of the United States. Mere weeks after Pierce won the election, his son Benny died during a...
    Students at the University of Florida believed the name “Black Friday” should be changed until they learned that it has nothing to do with race. Referencing a November 18 opinion article in the Chicago Tribune called “Talk of the County: Black Friday should be renamed so it is not ‘discriminating and profiling against black people,’” Campus Reform reporter Ophelie Jacobson asked students at the schools Gainesville campus if they supported changing the name of Black Friday — the day after Thanksgiving on which millions of Americans storm retail shops to get holiday deals for gifts and other items. “I think equality’s important,” one student said in response, while another said “I mean, I think it’s definitely a valid opinion. I kind of agree it should be changed just because Black Friday sounds offensive.” Yet another student explained to Jacobson that they have always felt uncomfortable with the name. “Honestly I’m down to rename that,” they said, adding: I don’t like the name Black Friday. I never really have since I was small. Whenever I would go to stores, everything would be...
    INFLUENCER Chloe Fountain has gone viral again, this time for her incredible make-up transformation. Chloe, who is believed to live in the US, went viral earlier this year when builders supposedly came to the wrong house and did Chloe's entire backyard before realising they were at the wrong place. 3Chloe revealed her transformation but many were skeptical it was really herCredit: @chloefountainn/Tiktok 3Chloe has said she will do a make-up routine soon if she gets a certain amount of followersCredit: @chloefountainn/Tiktok Chloe has now gone viral for her incredible make-up transformation, so good in fact, that the majority of people don't believe it is the same person. One of her videos showing her transformation has been viewed over one million times on her TikTok account, chloefountainn. She wrote in the video "the power of make-up' and captioned the video; "How mad would you be?" In the video Chloe begins with her bare face, she looks considerably older than she does in any of her other videos. She then 'reveals' herself in full glam makeup and she looks an entirely different...
    AURORA, Colo. (CBS4) – An Amber Alert was issued Wednesday afternoon for 13-year-old Ta-Kyrah Blackman from Aurora and suspect 41-year-old Navarro Cathey who police believe abducted her. (credit: Aurora Police) Investigators are searching for suspect Cathey. Police believe he is traveling in 2001 Dark Blue Ford Crown Victoria with tinted windows and spotlight on driver side. He was believed to be in Vail area. “We are asking anyone in that lives in the area of 1st/Havana to check any exterior cameras you might have between the hours of 1:30p-3:30p yesterday (11/23),” the Aurora Police Department tweeted. (credit: CBS) If you have surveillance footage that possibly includes Blackman, please call 303.627.3100. The Colorado Bureau of Investigation issued an Endangered Missing Alert for Blackman Wednesday morning, saying investigators believed she may have been abducted or enticed from her home. Blackman was last seen on Tuesday at 2 p.m., in the 300 block of North Joliet Street in Aurora. She was wearing a green and black sweatshirt and white floral pants.
    Bakari Sellers joined CNN shortly after a jury found all three men charged in the killing of Ahmaud Arbery guilty of murder, calling the Wednesday’s verdict “the day this country needed.” To break down the verdict, Travis McMichael, who fatally shot Arbery in February 2020, was found guilty on all charges, including malice murder, felony murder, and assault. His father Gregory McMichael was found guilty on all charges but malice murder. The McMichael’s neighbor, William “Roddie” Bryan, who filmed the fatal confrontation, was found guilty on seven out of nine charges. “I hate to push back on my colleagues today who are much more brilliant than I am and probably better lawyers than I,” Sellers said following the verdict on Wednesday. “I don’t think today is about justice. I think Ahmaud Arbery being alive is justice.” Sellers went on to say that the verdict marked something “even more fleeting for Black people,” pointing to “accountability” in trials similar to this one. “Today is a day just like the Derek Chauvin trial where you have accountability for people who hunt...
    Getty Los Angeles Lakers star LeBron James. An unlikely debate has broken out after LeBron James’ elbow to Isaiah Stewart’s face led to a brawl between the Los Angeles Lakers and Detroit Pistons. With the scuffle now in the past, it’s become a major talking point around the NBA. ESPN’s Stephen A. Smith believed that the fact that Stewart was so intent on fighting LeBron shows that he isn’t “feared” around the league. “In my estimation, from the people that I’ve spoken to covering the league, [LeBron] has never been feared. … With LeBron, you believe you can take him. You believe he can be had,” Smith said on First Take. There’s no history to suggest that LeBron is much of a fighter but he is 6-foot-9 and 250 pounds. Not exactly the smallest target to pick a fight with even if he has no idea how to throw a punch. While Smith is claiming that LeBron isn’t feared, many have come out in defense of the Lakers star, including former teammate Kendrick Perkins. Perkins called Smith a liar...
    JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon says he regrets joking that his bank would outlive the Chinese Communist Party. Dimon's remarks at an event in Boston on Tuesday drew attention as an unusual example of corporate executives who do business in China speaking negatively about the authoritarian regime. “I regret and should not have made that comment. I was trying to emphasize the strength and longevity of our company,” Dimon said in a statement, according to CNN . “It’s never right to joke about or denigrate any group of people, whether it’s a country, its leadership, or any part of a society and culture." CEO JAMIE DIMON JOKES JPMORGAN CHASE WILL OUTLAST CHINESE COMMUNIST PARTY Dimon said the joke ran counter to the "constructive and thoughtful dialogue" society needs. During a press conference Wednesday , Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Zhao Lijian dismissed the comments and suggested U.S. media outlets were engaging in a "publicity stunt." JPMorgan began doing business in China in 1921, the same year the CCP was founded. Dimon made light of the...
    Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) responded to a rant from left-wing late night host Stephen Colbert — who suggested that the U.S. should change gun laws in the aftermath of Kyle Rittenhouse’s not guilty verdict — warning that “rich Democrats believe you have no right to defend yourself.” During Monday’s monologue, Colbert briefly addressed the murder trial of 18-year-old Kyle Rittenhouse, who was found not guilty of all charges lodged against him.  “The big news on Friday was that after being accused of crossing state lines, killing two people and wounding another last year during a Black Lives Matter protest, Kyle Rittenhouse was acquitted on all counts,” Colbert began. “Ok. Cards on the table, I am not a legal expert so I can’t tell you whether or not Kyle Rittenhouse broke the law. But I can tell you this, if he didn’t break the law we should change the law,” he continued, triggering a round of applause. “That seems simple. That seems simple.” Watch below: “Rich Democrats believe you have no right to defend yourself from an angry mob,” Cruz said...
    Giannis Antetokounmpo continues to discover new things in the United States and his latest love for Oreos will warm your heart.  There’s simply no denying that Milwaukee Bucks superstar Giannis Antetokounmpo is a national treasure. On top of his incredible play on the hardwood, Antetokounmpo has an unbelievable personality and he’s always making his fans smile. Take his tweet from Tuesday night for example. The Greek Freak took to Twitter to let people know he just discovered the art of dipping your Oreos in milk. Seriously, it took him this long? They say better late than never, and Antetokounmpo is learning this in the best way possible. You wont believe me but a kid just told me to try dunking my Oreos in milk… mannnnn game changer ????????#MadMyGirlDidntTellMeSooner #NewBedtimeSnack — Giannis Antetokounmpo (@Giannis_An34) November 24, 2021 Giannis’ love for Oreos just reached a new level thanks to a young fan Where to even begin here. So, a little kid told Antetokounmpo about dipping his Oreos in milk and he decided he had to try it on his own? Apparently that...
    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...
    People who subscribe to astrology and horoscopes tend to be more narcissistic and less intelligent, a new study has revealed.  Psychologists from Lund University surveyed more than 250 people about their beliefs in astrology and their personality profiles. They found that those with strong beliefs scored more highly in narcissism, but lower in intelligence.  However, they also found that belief in horoscopes was linked to traits of agreeableness and extroversion.  Narcissists may be more susceptible to horoscopes because they are more 'fact-resistant' and find the positive framing appeals to their grandiosity, the team said. People who subscribe to astrology and horoscopes tend to be less intelligent and more narcissistic than their counterparts who don't believe in the pseudoscience (stock image) THE BIG FIVE PERSONALITY TRAITS  The 'Big Five' personality traits are openness, conscientiousness, extroversion, agreeableness and neuroticism. This personality framework theory uses these descriptors to outline the broad dimensions of people's personality and psyche. Beneath each category is a number of isolated and correlated factors. The study was undertaken by psychologist Petri Kajonius of Sweden's Lund University and his colleagues.  'Astrology...
    Seventy-seven percent of Americans believe inflation is impacting their holiday season, according to Tuesday’s Yahoo News/YouGov poll. While a majority of Americans blame President Joe Biden for the inflation stifling their holiday season, only 18 percent believe “Biden is doing enough to address it.” The poll also shows overall eight in ten Americans are impacted by the price increase of everyday goods. Thirty-seven percent say its hurting them “a great deal” and 40 percent say  “some.” More specifically, six in ten Americans believe they are suffering from “shortages of goods and services.” Seventeen percent say the shortages are impacting them “a great deal” and 44 percent say “some.” The poll additionally found a majority or 51 percent of Americans are “worried” they “won’t be able to afford what they need during the holidays due to inflation.” Another 45 percent are “worried” they “won’t be able to get what they need” because of food shortages. In the era of Bidenflation, it is getting much more expensive for working class Americans to buy a car, drive a car, repair a car, or insure a car....