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    Cowboys fans were furious at Mike McCarthy for not challenging what looked to be a fumble on Raiders TE Darren Waller. Turns out he couldn’t. McCarthy is notoriously quick with his challenge flag, for better or worse. On Thanksgiving against the Las Vegas Raiders, however, McCarthy kept the flag in his pocket. Waller looked as though he fumbled in the first half. With the ball quickly moving out of play, one Cowboys defender flipped the ball to another in what would’ve been among the best defensive plays of the year. Backyard smarts by #Cowboys D .. but ruling on field incomplete pass .. pic.twitter.com/Knoh0tvCdi — fishsports (@fishsports) November 25, 2021 Upon further review, the Waller ‘fumble’ was ruled incomplete. McCarthy didn’t challenge the play, per Cowboys reporter Pat Doney, because he couldn’t. The officials already took a look at it. Clearing up any confusion — the referees reviewed the (eventual) non-fumble that Keanu Neal looked to save inbounds. The review concluded the WR did not have possession. So McCarthy could not challenge — it was already reviewed. — Pat...
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    Republican Wisconsin Sen. Ron Johnson sent a letter Friday to Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas calling for information related to the thousands of illegal immigrants who gathered in Del Rio, Texas and asked for the names of any DHS official who reviewed or received the reported intelligence about the Haitian migrants gathering at the southern border. The Daily Caller first obtained the letter sent to Mayorkas, in which Johnson mentions the 160,000 illegal immigrants that were apprehended at the southern border and the around 30,000 illegal Haitian migrants that amassed under the International Bridge in Del Rio. Johnson said there needs to be immediate action and made requests in the letter. Johnson also asked why the DHS delayed deportations of Haitian migrants. (RELATED: EXCLUSIVE: Democrats’ Slideshow Highlights Amnesty Proposal For Illegal Immigrants That Would Cost $105 Billion In Reconciliation Bill) “President Biden is in complete denial about the crisis he has created on our southern border. To date, his administration has not been forthcoming with information about their disastrous open border policies that undermine the rule of...
    Friday Plans has been making the claim that you can save enough money for a vacation to Hawaii just by filling out a 2-minute questionnaire? That sounds impossible, so we decided to investigate. We just didn't see how Friday Plans could have found a way to offer generic Viagra® at such an affordable price, and somehow save their customers $5,967 dollars in a single year. Apparently, along with saving money on medication, they claim that they offer a free prescription and free delivery. They also say they can prescribe people online with a simple 2-minute questionnaire, and you don’t even have to talk to a doctor? Seems crazy! Like us you are probably wondering, how the hell is this possible?  How Friday Plans Is Shaking Up the ED Industry The founders of Friday Plans didn’t like the high prices that run rampant in the ED medication industry and vowed to make a change. They knew that better sex led to an overall increase in happiness, and they believe that is a worthwhile mission. They are calling Friday Plans...
    GAINESVILLE, Fla. (AP) — The University of Florida has been asked by its accrediting body to explain how denying a request by three professors to serve as paid experts in a voting rights lawsuit conforms to standards for academic freedom and avoids undue political influence. University leaders prohibited professors Dan Smith, Michael McDonald and Sharon Austin from being paid as expert witnesses in a lawsuit that says Florida’s new elections law harms voting rights. Over the weekend, school officials said such testimony would go against the school’s interest by conflicting with the administration of Republican Gov. Ron DeSantis. On Monday, Belle S. Wheelan, president of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools’ Commission on Colleges, told news outlets that the organization planned to investigate the university’s decision. Smith chairs the university’s political science department, McDonald is a national expert on elections and Austin studies African American political behavior. All have testified in other cases as paid expert witnesses before. Later Monday, University of Florida President Kent Fuchs and Provost Joe Glover said in a letter to the campus...
    The text, adopted by elected Republican officials in May, prohibits abortion as soon as the fetal heartbeat is detected, i.e. within six weeks of pregnancy. Two months after refusing to intervene, the United States Supreme Court is urgently examining a law in Texas this Monday banning most abortions. Its nine magistrates, including six conservatives, will hold a two-hour hearing with serious human and political consequences on the parties involved in the case. The U.S. Legislature has accepted two separate appeals from Democratic Party leader Joe Biden’s government and family planning agencies seeking to overturn legislation that is “clearly unconstitutional.” Call for condemnation The text, adopted in May by elected Republican officials from this vast southern state, prohibits abortion once the fetus’ heart rate has been detected, that is, within six weeks of pregnancy, when women are often unaware that they are pregnant. In the event of a medical emergency, this provides an exception. Many conservative states have adopted comparable laws, but they have all been blocked in court for violating the Supreme Court judiciary. It recognized the right of women...
    Berlin’s Constitutional Court announced that it will be reviewing last month’s election results amid widespread reports of “irregularities”. On September 26th, the German capital held elections at the federal, state, and local council levels. Now, Berlin’s state Constitutional Court will need to decide if elections will need to be redone in two districts of the city, the western Charlottenburg-Wilmersdorf district and the eastern Marzahn-Hellersdorf district. Berliners were forced to wait for hours at polling stations that ran out of ballot papers, with the Berlin marathon causing delays in bringing more ballots. Many voters reported receiving the wrong type of ballots, and it is claimed that loopholes allowed minors to vote, according to state broadcaster Deutsche Welle. Lolita Cigane, the head of the Organization for Security and Co-operation (OSCE) in Europe’s election-monitoring team, said that approximately ten per cent of polling centres in the city experienced voting irregularities, or 207 out of 2,257 stations. Berlin Election Commissioner Petra Michaelis, who resigned last month following the polling day chaos, said that violations of election regulations could have impacted the results of the...
    IATSE, AMPTP Resume Bargaining Talks as Entertainment Workers Prepare For Possible Strike Cramers Mad Money Recap 10/11: Plug Power, Kraft Heinz, Emerson Las Vegas Raiders head coach Jon Gruden regularly used homophobic and misogynist language in email exchanges with former Raiders and Washington Football Team executive Bruce Allen and others, the New York Times reported on Monday.  © Provided by Yahoo! Sports Jon Gruden. (Chris Unger/Getty Images) The Times reviewed a trove of email exchanges involving Gruden that surfaced as part of an NFL investigation into a workplace misconduct investigation of the Washington Football Team. Among the 650,000 emails that were reviewed included several from Gruden starting in 2010 when he worked for ESPN as a "Monday Night Football" analyst.  In some of those emails, Gruden referred to NFL commissioner Roger Goodell as a "fa****t" and an a "clueless anti football p****y." He wrote that Goodell shouldn't have pressured then Los Angeles Rams coach Jeff Fisher to draft "queers," according to the report. The Rams made Michael Sam the first openly gay player to be drafted in the NFL...
    Ernest Lee Johnson, a 61-year-old Black man with an intellectual disability and a triple murder conviction, was executed by lethal injection Tuesday evening in Bonne Terre, Missouri. He had petitioned a court to be executed by firing squad, but his request was denied. On Tuesday, U.S. Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh also denied his final plea for a stay of execution by writ of certiorari, or full review of his case. In his final letter of redemption, Johnson wrote, “I am sorry and have remorse for what I do. I want to say that I love my family and friends.” He was pronounced dead at 6:11 p.m., nine minutes after he was injected with pentobarbital. A reporter for ABC17 who witnessed the execution said he mouthed the words “I love you” to family members in attendance before his breathing became labored and he appeared to go to sleep. Johnson was sentenced to death in 1994 after being found guilty of murdering three gas-station attendants with a claw hammer and screwdriver in what prosecutors say was an attempted robbery...
    DALLAS (CBSDFW.COM) – A 131-page report released by the City of Dallas on Thursday, Sept. 30 shows thousands of criminal cases may have been impacted by the major data loss earlier this year. The city lost about 21 terabytes of data and more than eight million files. They include Dallas Police Department archived images, video, audio and case notes. Nearly 17,500 cases could be impacted, including 1,000 prioritized by the Dallas County District Attorney’s Office. Dallas Mayor Eric Johnson expressed concern about the city’s report. In a statement he said, “The findings in this report are troubling and distressing. The report details “inadequate” and “insufficient” systems and controls, reveals significant management deficiencies, and demonstrates, again, the failure to take these matters seriously enough. All of it raises further questions. We need action and accountability. I want the Dallas City Council’s Ad Hoc Committee on General Investigating and Ethics to receive a full briefing on the report this month.“ Andrew Wildrix, Chief Information Officer at the Plano firm Intrusion, reviewed the report by the City of Dallas about its major data...
    (CNN)A July 2020 meeting between Republican South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem, her daughter and state labor and regulation employees will be reviewed by state authorities following a report that the meeting was called at the same time Noem's daughter was seeking a state certification to become a real estate appraiser.CNN is unable to verify what happened in the meeting, and Noem's office has denied any wrongdoing. But according to The Associated Press, Noem's daughter, Kassidy Peters, was facing the denial of her certification when the meeting took place. Peters was subsequently approved for it several months later.Applicants for a residential appraiser certification "must show they can perform appraisals to national standards, putting to use 200 hours of classroom education and months of experience," the AP reports. By November 2020, Peters completed additional licensing requirements and became certified, Dawn Dovre, the director of public affairs at the Department of Labor and Regulation, said in an email to CNN.On Wednesday, Noem tweeted that she "never asked for special treatment for Kassidy. Others went through the same process that Kassidy did.""Here are the...
    The Biden administration announced Wednesday that it would review the status of the American gray wolf under the Endangered Species Act after former President Donald Trump's administration removed the animal from the endangered list. The Department of the Interior's review comes in the wake of two petitions sent to the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service asking for the animal to be relisted. The petitions "present substantial, credible information indicating that a listing action may be warranted," the FWS said. ENDANGERED SPECIES RECOVERY REQUIRES FLEXIBILITY, NOT STRICT REGULATIONS The petition's authors noted a threat to the "geographical populations" of the species and cited gray wolves in the northern Rocky Mountains as an example. "The Service finds the petitioners present substantial information that potential increases in human-caused mortality may pose a threat to the gray wolf in the western U.S.," the FWS said. "The Service also finds that new regulatory mechanisms in Idaho and Montana may be inadequate to address this threat. Therefore, the Service finds that gray wolves in the western U.S. may warrant listing."...
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    A spokeswoman for Republican Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis is calling out the Gannett media company after a cartoonist from one of its papers created what critics have said was a "sexist" political cartoon of her.  Andy Marlette, the editorial cartoonist for the Pensacola News Journal, raised eyebrows on Wednesday when he shared his latest work that lampooned DeSantis Press Secretary Christian Pushaw, calling her a "taxpayer-funded Twitter troll." Pushaw was unflatteringly depicted on a magazine cover of "Florida COVID Cover-up girl" holding a bag of money over her shoulders. The satirical magazine included feature teases like "3 cosmetic enhancements to conceal inner ugliness" and "how bitterness and cynicism can hide your boss' inadequacies." DESANTIS SPOKESWOMAN TARGET OF FLORIDA CARTOON CRITICIZED AS SEXIST: ‘MISOGYNY GONE WILD’ The cartoon comes on the heels of Pushaw's public dust-up with the Associated Press over a story about DeSantis last week. She publicly ripped the story's reporter for its apparent premise that DeSantis was promoting an effective COVID treatment for political reasons, leading to the AP and DeSantis exchanging angry letters.  Pushaw and a chorus...
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    Former Torrance police officer Christopher Tomsic, pictured in 2017, has pleaded not guilty to charges of vandalism and conspiracy for allegedly spray-paining a swastika on a car Two former California police officers pleaded not guilty Thursday to spray-painting a swastika on an impounded car, and prosecutors are now in the process of reviewing hundreds of criminal cases associated with the pair.  Christopher Tomsic, 29, and Cody Weldin, 28, entered pleas to felony charges of vandalism and conspiracy to commit vandalism, the Los Angeles County district attorney’s office announced. An additional 13 officers have been placed on paid administrative leave pending an investigation into messages expressing 'racism and hatred,' said Torrance Police Chief Jeremiah Hart.  'Let me be clear. I will aggressively pursue any form of bigotry, hate and misconduct,' Chief Hart said.  In January 2020, Tomsic and Weldin were with a group of officers with the Torrance Police Department in suburban Los Angeles who answered a report about three men stealing mail from an apartment building.  They were led to a car that was suspected of having been used...
    (CNN)Two former officers with the Torrance Police Department were charged Thursday with vandalism for allegedly spray-painting an impounded vehicle with a swastika, authorities said.In addition, Torrance Police Chief Jeremiah Hart said that he has relieved 13 other officers of their duty because of an ongoing investigation into messages that he characterized as "racism and hatred."Former officers Christopher Tomsic, 29, and Cody Weldin, 28, were charged with one felony count each of vandalism and conspiracy to commit vandalism, according to a statement from the Los Angeles County District Attorney's Office. Both men pleaded not guilty to the charges, it said. On January 27, 2020, Tomsic and Weldin were allegedly among a group of officers responding to a police call regarding stolen mail, the DA's office said. The former officers were led to a vehicle and allegedly ordered for it to be impounded to a tow yard, according to the D.A.'s office. When the owner of the vehicle arrived to pick up the car, he found a happy face spray-painted on the front passenger seat, a swastika symbol spray-painted on the rear...
    MADISON, Wis. (AP) — Prosecutors have not filed criminal charges for about 30 sexual assault cases mishandled by the Wisconsin National Guard following an 18-month investigation, the state Department of Justice said Thursday in releasing its findings and recommendations. The state justice department reviewed the cases for 18 months and determined that while no criminal charges have been filed, the cases involved conduct that was “degrading, harassing, and highly inappropriate in any setting.” “Sexual assault is a violent crime that must always be taken seriously,” Attorney General Josh Kaul, a Democrat up for reelection next year, said in a statement. “This process ensured that reports submitted during the time period when the Wisconsin National Guard was found to have mishandled reports were reviewed by an experienced prosecutor, investigator, and victim services specialist.” Three of the cases reviewed had already been prosecuted. In seven cases, the district attorney declined to bring charges. In at least 12 cases, the statute of limitations had expired. Three cases were not referred due to requests by a survivors, in one case there was not sufficient...
    FIREARMS licensing procedures at the police force that returned a gun to spree killer Jake Davison are to be reviewed. Devon and Cornwall Police took the weapon from the crazed loner and revoked his licence last year following an assault allegation. 2The Independent Office for Police Conduct is already probing the force’s decision to return Davison’s gun certificate and weapon 2Jake Davison shot and killed five people in Keyham on August 13 before turning the gun on himselfCredit: Getty But the shotgun and certificate were handed back last month after an anger management course. Weeks later, he went on a rampage — killing five people including his mum Maxine, 51, and three-year-old Sophie Martyn, before shooting himself. The latest review — the third investigation into the kill spree of Davison, 22, in Plymouth on August 12 — will be overseen by the National Police Chiefs’ Council. The Independent Office for Police Conduct is already probing the force’s decision to return Davison’s gun certificate and weapon. And the deaths of Davison and his victims — also including Stephen Washington, 59, Lee...
    SANTA CLARA — Kyle Shanahan came away from Trey Lance’s debut wanting to see more. Not just more electric plays like Lance’s 80-yard thunderbolt to Trent Sherfield for a touchdown on his second pass of Saturday night’s preseason opener. Shanahan wants to see how Lance responds to more adversity, more red zone drills, more up-tempo situations and, if it’s even possible, more pass-rush pressure than he faced amid four sacks in 26 snaps during the 19-16 loss to the Kansas City Chiefs. “I’m excited to get it going and can’t wait for him to play in these next two,” Shanahan said of the 49ers’ remaining exhibitions, Sunday at the Los Angeles Chargers and Aug. 29 against the Raiders at Levi’s Stadium. Lance and the 49ers might get better work in before that when they practice with the Chargers at their Costa Mesa facility this Thursday and Friday. But first, there is film to watch, from Lance’s pro debut and only his second game since winning the 2019 Football Championship Subdivision national title with North Dakota...
    As fear spreads about the coronavirus Delta variant, a new preprint study suggests that the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines may be less effective over time. Between the months of January and July, the study conducted by nference and the Mayo Clinic compared the effectiveness of both the Pfizer and the Moderna vaccines over the course of time. Axios profiled the study’s findings: Overall, it found that the Moderna vaccine was 86% effective against infection over the study period, and Pfizer’s was 76%. Moderna’s vaccine was 92% effective against hospitalization and Pfizer’s was 85%. But the vaccines’ effectiveness against infection dropped sharply in July, when the Delta variant’s prevalence in Minnesota had risen to over 70%. Moderna was 76% effective against infection, and Pfizer was only 42% effective. The study found similar results in other states. For example, in Florida, the risk of infection in July for people fully vaccinated with Moderna was about 60% lower than for people fully vaccinated with Pfizer. The study did not determine if the vaccines declined in effectiveness over time, or were simply less effective against...
    More On: prince andrew Prince Andrew drives to be with the Queen day after he’s sued in NYC Prince Andrew faces ‘disaster’ no matter how he responds to sex accuser’s suit Prince Andrew accused of sexually assaulting Virginia Roberts in bombshell lawsuit Prince Andrew’s ex believes Ghislaine Maxwell was ‘brainwashed’ by Jeffrey Epstein British detectives are re-examining allegations that Prince Andrew had sex with a teenage girl trafficked by Jeffrey Epstein — with Scotland Yard’s top cop warning Thursday that “no one is above the law.” Dame Cressida Dick, the commissioner of London’s Metropolitan Police, told LBC radio that she was “aware” of the civil lawsuit filed in New York Monday by Andrew’s long-time accuser Virginia Roberts Giuffre. She said her officers “absolutely” would be again reviewing the case after the lawsuit accused the UK royal of sexual abuse and rape, allegedly starting in March 2001 at the London home of Ghislaine Maxwell. “No one is above the law,” Dick insisted when asked specifically about the Duke of York. “As a result of what’s going on, I’ve asked my...
    More On: andrew cuomo State Assembly committee meets to discuss Cuomo impeachment Cuomo ‘groping’ accuser details sex misconduct claims against gov in new interview Cuomo’s ‘mean girl’ top aide quits amid sex-harass probe Cuomo has always been corrupt and other commentary Prominent US attorney and chairwoman of the Time’s Up Legal Defense Fund, Roberta Kaplan, has resigned from the organization amid criticism of her ties to Gov. Andrew Cuomo and her alleged efforts to discredit one of his accusers. Kaplan, who co-founded the legal defense fund in the wake of the #MeToo movement, submitted her resignation on Monday, the New York Times reported. The progressive attorney was referenced in Attorney General Letitia James’ damning report released last week that accused Cuomo of sexually harassing 11 women. Investigators found that Kaplan had reviewed a draft op-ed letter that attacked Lindsey Boylan, who was the first woman to publicly accuse the disgraced New York governor of sexual harassment, according to the report. Kaplan, whose law firm represented Cuomo’s top aide Melissa DeRosa during the attorney general’s investigation, told Time’s Up in...
    Photo by Phillip Faraone/Getty Images for Fortune. Roberta Kaplan — the chairwoman of Time’s Up, which fights sexual harassment and sexual assault — resigned on Monday after it was revealed that she reviewed a draft of an op-ed letter that sought to discredit someone who accused New York Democratic Gov. Andrew Cuomo of sexual harassment. Last week, a report was issued by the New York Attorney General’s office that accused Cuomo of sexually harassing 11 women. According to the report, Kaplan reviewed a draft of an op-ed letter that looked to attack Lindsay Boylan, who was the first woman to accuse Cuomo of sexual harassment. Kaplan is not the only Time’s Up leader to allegedly advise Cuomo and then-top aide Melissa DeRosa, who resigned on Sunday. The group’s CEO, Tina Tchen, also did so, according to the report. On Monday, a group of survivors of sexual harassment and sexual assault published a letter on Medium that said that “TIME’S UP has abandoned the very people it was supposed to champion. The board continues to fail to heed the outcry from...
    Sebastian Coe, president of World Athletics, assured this Tuesday that sanctions for cannabis should be reviewed soon. This is how Coe responded when asked about the absence in these Games of the American sprinter Sha’Carri Richardson, one of the athletes who was called to the podium in the 100 meters. It must be remembered that Sha’Carri Richardson was the winner of the American trials, but days later she was sanctioned for a positive in ‘cannabis’ that the athlete admitted. The sprinter, who admitted her anxiety those days after learning of the death of her biological mother, assured that “I know what I did, I know what I was supposed to do and even so I made that decision. I will not make an excuse.” Coe explained that this sanction should be reviewed, according to ., but also regretted “that we have lost exceptional talent in the Games, although the current rules were interpreted correctly.” The World Athetics president explained that he had asked the Athletics Integrity Unit (AIU) to work with the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) to reevaluate marijuana’s...
    PARIS (AP) — Red Bull has successfully asked for a review of the incident at Silverstone between Formula One leader Max Verstappen and seven-time champion Lewis Hamilton. The FIA will hear from Red Bull via video conference on Thursday ahead of the Hungarian Grand Prix. The team has been fuming since contact between Verstappen and Hamilton on the first lap of the British Grand Prix caused Verstappen to crash hard into a barrier and sent the Dutchman briefly to the hospital for evaluation. Red Bull accused Hamilton of making a “desperate” move to edge ahead of his rival on the first lap because the reigning champion knew getting ahead of Verstappen at the start was his only chance to win on his home track and tighten the championship race. Hamilton was given a 10-second penalty for the incident but recovered to win for the first time in six races. It snapped a five-race winning streak for Red Bull and cut Verstappen’s lead in the title fight from 33 points to eight. Verstappen has five wins to Hamilton’s four this...
    30 pop songs you may not know are covers 15 Smart Savings Tips You Can Start Today World Athletics president Sebastian Coe believes Sha’Carri Richardson's absence at the Tokyo Olympics has been a huge loss. Coe said Tuesday he thinks the marijuana rule that kept Richardson from competing at the games needs to be reviewed, according to the Associated Press. Marijuana is currently considered a banned substance by the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA). Coe believes that needs to be re-examined. Coe said he asked Athletics Integrity Unit to work with WADA to determine whether changes should be made. Coe said it was not "an unreasonable moment" to take a look at marijuana's status on the banned list. “It’s not an unreasonable moment to have a review of it,” Coe said. “The AIU will look at this in the light of current circumstances.” He added that it's possible to "adapt and occasionally reassess" certain rules. Sha’Carri Richardson out of Olympics after positive marijuana test Video: Tokyo Olympics is 'very safe on the ground' despite Covid looming, says IOC official (CNBC)...
    Lynne Spears said that her daughter Britney is doing fine, as she was approached by photographers at LAX airport in Los Angeles on Sunday. Lynne was seen with her son Bryan, 44, in a clip on TMZ, which comes as Britney, 39, called her father Jamie Spears 'threatening' and 'scary' in new legal docs revolving around the conservatorship over the pop star. Lynne stated her support for Britney to end the conservatorship over her in recent court filings reviewed by the outlet, saying she had personally involved herself amid a 'time of crisis' in May of 2019 in which Jamie exerted 'absolute control' over all of Britney's medical and financial dealings. The latest: Lynne Spears, 66, said that her daughter Britney, 39, is doing fine as she was approached by photographers at LAX airport in Los Angeles on Sunday Lynne told the court that a doctor Jamie appointed to take care of Britney had prescribed 'inappropriate' medication the singer did not want; and made her enter a facility as a punishment for her non-compliance. Lynne said Britney's opinion of...
    MIAMI (CBSMiami) – A building inspector has reviewed emergency measures taken by a Coral Gables condo that was deemed unsafe and said residents do not need to evacuate. Last week notices were placed at the front entrance of the building at 730 Coral Way to let residents know they have until Monday to get out. READ MORE: MacArthur Causeway Temporarily Shut Down After Reports Of A Possible Shooting According to a statement from the city, “,,,the Chief Building Inspector visited the site and performed a visual inspection. Due to our findings, additional action was necessary. We contacted the Condominium Association and were provided a report dating back four years that identified issues. Unfortunately, no action had been taken as prescribed by the report. An additional inspection by an engineer hired by the association was made. It was determined that immediate measures such as shoring the structure were necessary. Residents of this three story structure were advised that if steps were not taken immediately, the building would need to be evacuated.” On Monday, the building inspector said he will give...
    Mens gymnastics at Olympics, US heat dome, infrastructure bill: 5 things you need to know Monday Chris Christie: Unvaccinated people dont want to be indoctrinated by government © Reviewed / Betsey Goldwasser This Casper mattress from Costco totally blew me away — Recommendations are independently chosen by Reviewed’s editors. Purchases you make through our links may earn us a commission. After sleeping on more than 10 mattresses in the last year, I can honestly say that the Casper Original mattress was among the worst. So when I got the Casper Select, I was wholly prepared to take down the well-known and widely adored brand another notch. But then I went into our Cambridge, Massachusetts, lab to unbox the mattress that’s manufactured by Casper and exclusively sold at Costco, and I wasn’t anticipating what happened next: I loved it. If you’re shopping for a dreamy mattress and already interested in purchasing something from Casper, here’s everything you need to know to make a decision. Casper Original vs. Casper Select price © Reviewed / Betsey Goldwasser The Casper Select's...
    NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — The Delta variant of the COVID-19 virus continues to spread. It now constitutes 83% of the COVID cases in the U.S. And now, as CBS2’s Dr. Max Gomez reported Wednesday, a preliminary study not yet peer reviewed suggests that the Johnson & Johnson vaccine may not be as effective against the Delta variant as the other two authorized vaccines. COVID VACCINE New York State book online here or call 1-833-NYS-4-VAX New York City book online here or call 877-VAX-4NYC Track NYC vaccinations by zip code Nassau County more info here Suffolk County more info here Westchester County more info here New Jersey book online here or call 1-855-568-0545 Connecticut book online here The J&J vaccine has been given to more than 13 million people, many of whom have always been somewhat anxious about whether they are as protected against the Delta or Lambda variants as the people who received the Pfizer or Moderna vaccines. That anxiety has been made worse by the latest NYU study that has just been posted to what’s known as a “pre-print” site, meaning it has not been peer reviewed for...
    In these days ago, the actor Don cheadle has advanced that right now work is being done on the history of the series “Amor Wars”. The little that the person in charge of giving life to James ‘Jim’ Rhodes in the Marvel Cinematic Universe has said since “Iron Man 2” is that thanks to this series we will get to know the character better than we have been able to do before. The question of why the actor makes so little progress on the television series that will arrive on Disney + is reduced to that he does not know much more. It is seen that when the actor assured that he was still gutting what the story will be, he was not lying. During the promotion of “Space Jam: A New Legacy” you have been asked about the Marvel Studios series. He has repeated that right now what he has to do is write the series, and wait to see how they shape the project. All I know is that we’re going to walk into the room in...
    Shark Week looms, but dont panic Gigi Hadid Admits She Had Anxiety About Being a Good Enough Mom While Pregnant © Eufy / Amazon The Eufy 11S Slim is one of our favorite robot vacuums—and it's on sale for under $150 — Recommendations are independently chosen by Reviewed’s editors. Purchases you make through our links may earn us a commission. No matter how many times you clean the floors, there are always some specs of dirt or stale crumbs that are nearly impossible to catch. Finding the right robot vacuum to do the job can be as hard as picking up the gunk itself—not to mention pricey. If you want a home cleaner with big suction power and little damage to your budget, the Eufy 11S Slim has something that can meet those needs with ease—and right now, you can get it for a shiny low price on Amazon. Get expert shopping advice delivered to your phone. Sign up for text message alerts from the deal-hunting nerds at Reviewed. The online shopping giant has the best-selling machine on sale in...
    Fed officials discussed potential reduction in stimulus Nasdaq, S&P 500 eke out record finish as stocks end slightly higher White House press secretary Jen Psaki told CNN on Wednesday that it might be time to review anti-doping rules in sports after Sha'Carri Richardson was left off the relay team late Tuesday.  © Provided by Yahoo! Sports The White House press secretary said it might be time to amend the marijuana rules in sports that are keeping Sha'Carri Richardson sidelined. (Patrick Smith/Getty Images) Richardson, a medal favorite for the 100-meter dash at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics this month, tested positive for marijuana use and was disqualified from her signature race. Her one-month ban expires ahead of the games, but USA Track & Field (USATF) declined to select her to its 4x100 relay team.  It officially ended her chance of competing at the Olympics.  "It does stink," Psaki told CNN's John Berman of "New Day" on Wednesday. "I don't think there's a better definition of it." JUST NOW: "It does stink." WH @PressSec Jen Psaki on decision from US Track and...
    Ma'Khia Bryant loved doing her hair and makeup, and had dreams of opening her own beauty business Provided by the Bryant family Ohio's attorney general is referring Ma'Khia Bryant's killing to a local prosecutor. A Columbus officer shot Bryant in April after she was seen lunging at a woman with what they said was a knife. The state Bureau of Investigation reviewed the case and is providing its report to the Franklin County prosecutor. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Ohio's attorney general announced Wednesday that the office is referring the April police killing of 16-year-old Ma'Khia Bryant to the Franklin County prosecutor. Columbus police officer Nicholas Reardon shot Bryant four times outside her foster home. Police body camera footage released after her death showed Bryant swung what police said was a knife at a woman after having pushed a different woman to the ground. The case was reviewed by the state's Bureau of Criminal Investigation, an agency that investigates potential crimes involving law enforcement. Over the last two and a half months, investigators reviewed crime scene...
    WASHINGTON -- The Justice Department is halting federal executions after a historic use of capital punishment by the Trump administration, which carried out 13 executions in six months.Attorney General Merrick Garland made the announcement Thursday night, saying he was imposing a moratorium on federal executions while the Justice Department conducts a review of its policies and procedures. He gave no timetable."The Department of Justice must ensure that everyone in the federal criminal justice system is not only afforded the rights guaranteed by the Constitution and laws of the United States, but is also treated fairly and humanely," Garland said. "That obligation has special force in capital cases."Garland said the department would review the protocols put in place by former Attorney General William Barr. A federal lawsuit has been filed over the protocols - including the risk of pain and suffering associated with the use of pentobarbital, the drug used for lethal injection.The decision puts executions on hold for now, but it doesn't end their use and keeps the door open for another administration to simply restart them. It also doesn't...
    The Justice Department is halting federal executions after a historic use of capital punishment by the Trump administration, which carried out 13 executions in six months.   Attorney General Merrick Garland made the announcement Thursday night, saying he was imposing a moratorium on federal executions while the Justice Department conducts a review of its policies and procedures. He gave no timetable.   "The Department of Justice must ensure that everyone in the federal criminal justice system is not only afforded the rights guaranteed by the Constitution and laws of the United States, but is also treated fairly and humanely," Garland said. "That obligation has special force in capital cases."  FILE - Attorney General Merrick Garland departs after speaking at the Justice Department in Washington, June 15, 2021.Garland said the department would review the protocols put in place by former Attorney General William Barr. A federal lawsuit has been filed over the protocols, including the risk of pain and suffering associated with the use of pentobarbital, the drug used for lethal injection.  The decision puts executions on hold for now,...
    Google and Microsoft End Their Five-Year Cease-Fire Heres a curveball: Attorney for alleged shell stock hijacker quits lawsuit targeting New World Gold © LG / Samsung / Getty Best Buy is having a major 4th of July sale with big-time savings on appliances — Recommendations are independently chosen by Reviewed’s editors. Purchases you make through our links may earn us a commission. They say where one door closes, a window opens, and that's certainly true of sales this week. While Amazon Prime Day 2021 has ended, there are plenty of windows opening when it comes to 4th of July sales. Case in point? From now through Wednesday, July 14, Best Buy is having a huge sale on appliances of all kinds, from refrigerators and ranges to small kitchen appliances and more. Get expert shopping advice delivered to your phone. Sign up for text message alerts from the deal-hunting nerds at Reviewed.  Not only will you save 10% or more on big-ticket bundle deals, you'll see impressive markdowns on awesome single product buys, like the Insignia 18-cubic-foot NS-RTM18WH7. Dubbed our favorite top-freezer refrigerator,...
    Investors show no appetite for Chinese online grocery firms that just listed in the U.S. Nasdaq, S&P 500 Ease From Record Highs Ahead of Jobs Data; Dow Futures Dip © Reviewed / Matthew S. Smith Dell XPS 13 OLED (9310) Review — Recommendations are independently chosen by Reviewed’s editors. Purchases you make through our links may earn us a commission. A glance at the Dell XPS 13's (available at Dell) specifications do little to reveal why Dell’s ultraportable is at the top of its class. Its internals are similar to dozens of other premium Windows laptops, so it’s no slouch in performance, display quality, or battery life. But design, not hardware, pushes the XPS 13 past the competition. The laptop’s luxurious feel and striking style are the traits that lead it to victory—and it’s now available with an OLED display that delivers gorgeous visuals, which means the Dell XPS 13 is still the reigning champion of Windows ultraportables. Dell’s already excellent XPS 13 is now available with a class-leading OLED display. About the Dell XPS 13 Our review unit was...
    ECB member hints at scaling back stimulus but not everyones convinced Robotics Firm AutoStore Plans IPO at $10 Billion Value © Reviewed / TJ Donegan All the different laptop types explained — Recommendations are independently chosen by Reviewed’s editors. Purchases you make through our links may earn us a commission. If you haven't noticed, there are a ton of different laptop types these days. Most of them look the same and can do many of the same things, like launch a web browser, stream videos, and play games. But what makes a Chromebook different from a 2-in-1, or a gaming laptop different from a workstation? Buyer's remorse is no joke, and it can be hard to decide what kind of laptop is right for you. But no matter who you are, there's a laptop with the key features you need. Some laptops don’t fit neatly into one category. Detachable laptops can be ultraportable and have enough high-end components to attract creative professionals. Even powerful gaming laptops that were once big, bulky machines are getting slimmer and quieter, offering longer-lasting...
    The Federal Trade Commission will reportedly scrutinize Amazon's proposed $8.45 billion acquisition of Hollywood's MGM Studios, just as the regulator gets a new chairwoman who has been a critic of the tech giant's expansion. Large company mergers and acquisitions have to get approval for their deals from the federal government's antitrust authorities, either the Justice Department or the FTC, and the Wall Street Journal on Tuesday reported that the FTC will handle this purchase. The review will likely be the first test of President Joe Biden's new FTC Chairwoman Lina Khan, who was confirmed by the Senate last week and is well known in tech circles for her criticism of Amazon. As a student at Yale Law School in 2017, Khan's article "Amazon's Antitrust Paradox" argued that antitrust law had not adequately restrained what she called anti-competitive behavior by the retail giant. Amazon announced in late May that it had struck a deal to acquire MGM, boosting its ability to become a top player in Hollywood and expanding its online streaming services. ANTI-BIG TECH ANTITRUST PUSH EXPECTED UNDER...
    Abigail Disney: Executives would rather be shot than fly first class Stocks Up Before Powell Testimony; Bitcoin Drops Below $30,000 © Reviewed / Tara Jacoby / Bed Bath & Beyond Shop the best deals at Bed Bath & Beyond's huge sale — Recommendations are independently chosen by Reviewed’s editors. Purchases you make through our links may earn us a commission. Amazon's Prime Day 2021 sale event is here—which means other stores are getting in on the action, too. You can count Bed Bath & Beyond in with its Beyond Big Sale, which includes up to 50% off some kitchen, bedding, bath, storage and furniture items. Get expert shopping advice delivered to your phone. Sign up for text message alerts from the deal-hunting nerds at Reviewed. Shoppers will also get $50 in rewards by spending $200 or more and $100 in rewards by spending $400 or more. Finally, those with a Beyond+ membership can save even more on select items. BEYOND+ members (sign up for $29 per year) can also get special discounts on select items. Deals to look out for...
    Vivendi shareholders back spin-off of flagship Universal Music Group Dow Futures Slip Lower Ahead of Powell Testimony; Treasury Yields Steady © Keurig / Reviewed / Dave Kender This Keurig coffee maker has nearly 24,000 rave reviews—and it's on sale for Prime Day — Recommendations are independently chosen by Reviewed’s editors. Purchases you make through our links may earn us a commission. While it is possible that 24,000 people can be wrong, in this case they're not. The Keurig K-Slim coffee maker has over 24,000 reviews on Amazon and still manages to score an impressive 4.6 out of 5 stars overall. The consensus is clear: the K-Slim is a great purchase. And this Prime Day you can pick it up at one of its lowest prices. Get expert shopping advice delivered to your phone. Sign up for text message alerts from the deal-hunting nerds at Reviewed. Keurig is no stranger to our roundups of the best products currently available: Four different models performed well enough to make it onto our list of the best single-serve coffee makers, which is impressive. ...
    Bose/Instant Pot via Amazon CBS Essentials is created independently from the CBS News staff. We may receive commissions from some links to products on this page. Promotions are subject to availability and retailer terms. It's finally here: Amazon Prime Day 2021 has launched. Lasting through Tuesday, June 22, the Amazon-created shopping holiday features deals on wireless headphones and earbuds, deals on streaming devices, deals on kitchen appliances such as the Instant Pot, deals on TVs and more -- there are even big deals on popular teeth whiteners. There are so many deals, in fact -- hundreds of thousands, per Amazon -- that it can be darn near impossible to keep track of them all. Not to worry: CBS Essentials is here to help. We've found some of the biggest Prime Day deals across all product categories from the biggest and most popular brands on Amazon. Everything on the list below is well-reviewed as well. In other words: This stuff isn't junk.More Prime Day Deals Amazon Echo Dot for $20 and more Amazon Prime Day Alexa deals ...