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    WHAT'S a wedding without some major drama? Well, this woman, who shared her story anonymously on social media, claimed her dad and stepdad almost fought it out over who would get to walk her down the aisle. 2A woman shared her horror storyCredit: Tiktok 2Her stepdad and dad wanted to fight over who got to walk her down the aisleCredit: Getty Sharing the story through a wedding photographer's page, the woman sent in her experience. "My parents are divorced and both are remarried," her text read. "They are not civil at all and have not spoken outside of court in years. "I grew up with my mom and did not have a relationship with my dad until I was an adult, so obviously I was way closer to my stepdad. "I invited my dad but asked my stepdad to walk me down the aisle. When my dad found out, he said he wasn't coming to my wedding and said he was going to fight my stepdad. "So I thought about it and decided that both could walk me down...
    WEST DEPTFORD, N.J. (CBS) — With Thanksgiving over, many are now turning their attention to those all-important holiday gifts. A big consideration is making sure they get there in time. Christmas may still be a few weeks away, but time is ticking. First, the United States Postal Service’s deadline to get gifts delivered by Christmas using retail ground shipping is Dec. 15. FedEx is also saying Dec. 15 for normal shipping, while UPS is giving you a little longer, until Dec. 20. READ MORE: Family, Friends Hold Candlelight Vigil For Slain Temple University Student Samuel CollingtonThese dates do not include more expensive, rush services like priority mail or next-day air. Meanwhile, Amazon is the biggest player in online shopping these days, and they are going to great lengths to ensure purchases are delivered on time. “We’re the last mile here,” Marie Johnson said. The 200 employees inside this Amazon Delivery Center in West Deptford call themselves the last mile. They are the last people to handle holiday packages before they’re delivered. “We make sure that there’s no package left behind,”...
    ROY KEANE admitted he would have accepted a managerial role at Manchester United, but said: 'They were never going to call me'. Keane's former United team-mate Ole Gunnar Solskjaer was sacked as Old Trafford boss, with Michael Carrick taking temporary charge. 1Roy Keane admitted he would have accepted a managerial role at Manchester UnitedCredit: PA:Press Association The club are set to appoint German Ralf Rangnick until the end of the season. But Keane revealed he would have answered the call if his old side had come knocking. He said on Sky Sports: "They were never gonna call me, that was never gonna happen. "I'd have no problem going into any dressing room trying to take control of a dressing room, I've managed in the Premier League and I don't think it would be a problem to me, but it was never going to happen. "People tend to forget that I have managed before and I did okay in the Premier League with Sunderland." Keane, 50, has made a name for himself in recent years for his...
    Chief White House medical adviser Anthony FauciAnthony FauciSunday shows preview: New COVID-19 variant emerges; supply chain issues and inflation persist NY governor declares state of emergency to prepare for omicron US to restrict travel from eight African nations over new COVID-19 concerns MORE said in an interview aired on Sunday that he believes people will have to begin "living with COVID," expressing doubts that the virus will be eradicated. Speaking to host Margaret Brennan on CBS's "Face the Nation," Fauci touched on previous remarks in which he said he would like to see daily infections fall below 10,000 in order for the U.S. to be able to "live with COVID." Brennan noted that current COVID-19 infection rates are now approaching 80,000 per day. Fauci said this current infection level is "unacceptable." "I mean, we've heard people say, understandably, they're trying to look for a metric to give to the public that we're going to have to start living with COVID. I believe that's the case because I don't think we're going to eradicate it. We've only eradicated one infection of...
    The daughter of a powerful gang leader in Ecuador feared for her life as gang members held her captive for four days in the mountains before they decided to free her and her friend on Sunday night.  Michelle Macías, the 19-year-old daughter of Los Choneros leader José 'Fito' Macías, and María Villavicencio, 21, were abandoned by the kidnappers in the town of Ligüiqui, 19 miles away from the central coast port city of Manta, where they were abducted Wednesday evening 'Horrible. They aimed at us. I thought they were going to kill us. But thank God we are alive and we are here at home with family,' Michelle Macías told reporters at her home Sunday. Macías and Villavicencio had walked out of a beauty school they attend when they were intercepted by a group of armed men. Surveillance video shows Macías struggling with one of the kidnappers before she was shoved into a car, which was later found burned. Macías, who participated in a beauty queen pageant in 2019, said the masked captors spoke for several days about releasing her and Villavicencio before doing so...
    During a Wednesday interview on Fox Business Network’s “Mornings with Maria,” Rep. French Hill (R-AR) warned that President Joe Biden’s reshaping of the Federal Reserve could result in the country being “taken over by inflation.” Hill voiced his concern about the Fed losing its independence combined with all of the social spending. He argued that “we’re going to lose our country.” “I’m concerned about the Fed … losing its independence,” Hill stated. “And Lael Brainard is the progressive choice, as you suggest, but there are also two other critical open positions on the Fed. And Democrats support Modern Monetary Theory, which means that we can print as much money we want and spend as much money we want, and there are no consequences to the American taxpayer or the American citizens. That’s crazy. And I’m afraid if that goes into place, we will be using the Fed as the bank for American citizens, as Professor Omarova, the nominee for the Comptroller of Currency, suggests — that we all bank at the Fed and we do away with the banking system.”...
    Alice Evans has branded estranged husband Ioan Gruffudd's new girlfriend Bianca Wallace a 'creepy mistress' in a blistering series of tweets. Evans, 53,  confirmed her separation from the Welsh star, 48,  in a string of furious tweets posted on Twitter in January, and has since documented every toxic turn in their subsequent divorce proceedings across social media.  Ioan recently went public with his new girlfriend Bianca, 29, with Alice claiming the pair had had a three year affair. There is no suggestion that Ioan has been unfaithful. Fury: Alice Evans has branded estranged husband Ioan Gruffudd's new girlfriend Bianca Wallace a 'creepy mistress' in a blistering series of tweets Sharing a snap of Bianca  posted on September 12, Alice wrote: 'How to be a good Mistress, Part One: 1) Don't send out silly face-tuned Instagrams like this when you're semi-naked and horse-teethed telling people "I'm just going to miss the dog" BULL. S**T. You're going to sleep with my husband.  Another fan highlighted Ioan and Bianca's relationship confirmation on Instagram, writing: 'All they had to do was not post a photo bragging...
    AFTER actress Alice Evans claims estranged husband Ioan Gruffudd said he’d leave if she gained weight. Yasmin Harisha speaks to two women whose husbands did the same. 7Actress Alice Evans claims estranged husband Ioan Gruffudd said he’d leave if she gained weightCredit: Rex Rani - "Men who fat-shame wives are shallow and uncaring" AESTHETICS business owner Rani Malik was dumped by husband Peter*, 52, a restaurateur, because he believed she had put on too much weight after having children. Rani, of Ruislip, North West London, who is mum to Jacob, 27, a student and Stephen, 23, a trainee catering manager, ended up having a tummy tuck and cosmetic surgery to help her feel better. 7Rani Malik was dumped by her husband because he believed she had put on too much weight after having childrenCredit: David Cummings 7Rani said: 'When I met my husband in 1993 I was a size 12. We married in October 1994 and he was constantly telling me how he loved my body'Credit: David Cummings She says: "When I met my husband in 1993 I was a...
    Gov. Ron DeSantis (R) promised at a press conference on Monday that Florida will be “striking a blow for freedom” in the state’s upcoming special session, targeting coercive vaccine mandates and the forced masking of children in school. Speaking from Zephyrhills, Florida, DeSantis said people constantly come up to him worrying over the “looming deadline” for vaccine mandates. Mandates — imposed by both the Biden administration and some corporations — are causing anxiety among families, “and at the end of the day, we want people to be able to make informed decisions for themselves,” the governor said. “But we’ve got to stop bossing people around. We’ve got to stop the coercion. We’ve got to stop trying to browbeat people. From the very beginning, we said, let’s not put people down. Let’s lift people up. So that’s what we’re going to be doing,” he said. AP Photo/Alex Brandon “We’re going to be striking a blow for freedom. We’re going to be standing up against the Biden mandates, and we’re going to be better as a result of it,” DeSantis added. Overall, DeSantis...
    New York City Mayor-elect Eric Adams (D) on Sunday said he is “going to look at” potentially encouraging businesses to accept cryptocurrency as a form of payment, after the incoming mayor made headlines last week when he said he will take his first three payments in elected office in bitcoin. Asked by co-host Dana BashDana BashFive things to watch in the Virginia governor's race Buttigieg twins dress as 'twinfrastructure' for Halloween Officials, lawmakers express optimism on infrastructure, spending vote MORE on CNN’s “State of the Union” if he will consider pushing businesses to implement cryptocurrency payments, Adams said “We're going to tread carefully,” adding “we're going to get it right.” Adams turned heads last week when he announced on Twitter that his first three payments as mayor of New York City would be issued as bitcoin. He said the Big Apple is “going to be the center of the cryptocurrency industry and other fast-growing, innovative industries,” adding “In New York we always go big.” The mayor-elect elaborated on that vow on Sunday, telling Bash he made the announcement to “send a signal.”...
    With election day underway, President Joe Biden expressed confidence that Democrats will win the Virginia gubernatorial race. The race has tightened up considerably and Republican Glenn Youngkin could end up defeating Democrat Terry McAuliffe, but anything can happen at this point. Wall Street Journal reporter Catherine Lucey asked Biden during his Glasgow press conference about McAuliffe “struggling in a state you won by 10 points.” “Do you see his problems as a rebuke of your presidency, and could this signal your real losses for Democrats in the midterms?” “We’re going to win,” Biden said. “I think we’re going to win in Virginia.” After saying this ultimately comes down to turnout, the president told reporters everyone knew this would be a tight race. “I think we’re going to win New Jersey as well,” Biden added, commenting on the race between Democratic incumbent Phil Murphy and Republican challenger Jack Ciattarelli. He acknowledged off years are generally unpredictable. That being said, he rejected the idea the race is a referendum on his presidency thus far. “I’ve not seen any evidence that whether or...
    Candace Cameron Bure has clapped back at critics who accused her and her lookalike daughter of trying to 'steal the spotlight' by wearing bright red dresses to a wedding.  The Fuller House star took to Instagram over the weekend to share photos of herself showing off her vibrant gown while posing with her husband Valerie Bure and their oldest children Natasha, 23, and Lev, 21.  'Wedding season and I am HERE FOR IT!!!' she captioned the snapshots, which were missing her son Maksim, 19. 'Mama gets another family pic (minus Maks who’s away at college.)' Style: Candace Cameron Bure, 45, took to Instagram to share photos of herself posing with her husband Valerie Bure and their children Natasha, 23, and Lev, 21, at a wedding  Controversial choice? Both Candace and her daughter wore bright red strapless dresses to the black-tie event  Both Candace and her daughter had on eye-catching red strapless dresses, leading some critics to point out that wearing the flashy color to a wedding was a fashion faux pas.   'Supposed to avoid red at weddings it’s a power color steals...
    On Thursday’s broadcast of MSNBC’s “Hallie Jackson Reports,” White House National Climate Adviser Gina McCarthy responded to concerns that increased regulations will cause increased gas and oil prices by stating “There’s a place for” regulation and “We’re going to use it.” McCarthy also touted hearings with oil executives on Capitol Hill as “a day of reckoning” for the oil and gas industry. Host Hallie Jackson asked, “[T]hat big oil hearing on Capitol Hill, significant, frankly, historic that they’re all coming together. There’s this sort of — argument that you’ve heard some Republicans make that more regulations could lead to higher gas and oil prices, etc. I wonder how you respond to that and your reaction to what you have been able to see so far related to this hearing that is still ongoing, by the way.” McCarthy responded, “Yeah, well, this is basically a day of reckoning, I think, for the oil and gas sector. Because for many decades, they denied climate change. And now that we’re, every day, seeing the wildfires, the droughts, the floods, the heat stress, people...
    During a Wednesday appearance on “The Hugh Hewitt Show,” Virginia Republican gubernatorial candidate Glenn Youngkin discussed how he would handle education, especially the hot-button issue of Critical Race Theory, if he were elected over former Democrat Gov. Terry McAuliffe. Youngkin said he would not allow Critical Race Theory in Virginia schools, adding teachers in his state would “teach all history.” “We’re going to announce a new secretary of education and a new superintendent, state superintendent of the schools by December 1,” Youngkin outlined. “We’re actually going to call for a task force of school leaders – teachers, students, parents, law enforcement, to be convened and meet during December and January and add to our day one plan. But our day one plan’s really clear: On day one, we’re going to raise expectations. We’re going to make sure that schools are well-funded. We’re going to raise teacher pay. We’re going to fund into crumbling buildings. We’re going to fund into special education. We’re going to press forward and launch our charter school initiative, which is for 20 new innovation charter schools on...
    Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star Dorit Kemsley was held at gunpoint and robbed Wednesday night during an invasion at her Encino Hills home while her children, ages 7 and 5, were in the house Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star Dorit Kemsley was held at gunpoint and robbed Wednesday night during an invasion at her Encino Hills home while her children, ages 7 and 5, were in the house. She had only just returned from a trip to London Tuesday night. Three men broke into the residence, smashing through the children's classroom door, around 11pm PST while she was asleep, a source close to Kemsley told DailyMail.com Two of the suspects walked into her bedroom while she was sleeping and she woke to them at the they end of her bed. They grabbed her as as she begged: 'Don’t hurt my babies. Don’t kill me. I'm a mother.’ To which one of the men responded: 'Kill her.'  The intruders proceeded to ransack the house for about 20 minutes, stealing all of Kemsley's jewelry and handbags.  They did not enter...
    Despite repeated denials by NIAID Director Anthony Fauci that his agency used taxpayer money to fund Chinese gain of function research, the National Institutes of Health – which oversees NIAID – admitted in a letter to House Oversight Committee ranking member James Comer, R-Ky., that a "limited experiment" was indeed conducted. Comer was on "The Ingraham Angle" to discuss the letter. NIH ADMITS TO GAIN-OF-FUNCTION FUNDING  REP. JAMES COMER: Here’s the bottom line: They knew all along that tax dollars were going into this lab. We wasted months, and months, and months of investigations to try and prove what they knew all along: That tax dollars were going to this lab and they were doing risky, experimental research that they shouldn’t have been doing. And to say, ‘We don’t know where this COVID-19 originated from,’ is ridiculous. It’s embarrassing. The Chinese are laughing at us right now. And we have got to hold this administration accountable, and I think you’re going to see, Laura, more whistleblowers come forward. I mean, there are people in the health community now that know what was going...
    BOSTON (CBS) — After dropping Game 5 of the ALCS on Wednesday night, the Red Sox face a must-win situation Friday night in Houston if they want to keep their season alive. Boston catcher Christian Vazquez is supremely confident that the Red Sox will do just that, and force a deciding Game 7 against the Astros on Saturday night. READ MORE: Red Sox Bats Go Ice Cold In Game 5 Of ALCS“We’re going to play two games in Houston,” the Red Sox backstop said following Wednesday’s 9-1 loss at Fenway Park. “For a fact. For sure, yeah.” The Red Sox held a 2-1 series lead after two dominant wins in Games 2 and 3. Boston was six outs away from a 3-1 series lead in Game 4, but the Astros tied the game in the eighth inning before putting up seven runs in the ninth inning to even the series at 2-2. Houston took another game at Fenway Park on Wednesday night, and have now outscored Boston 18-3 over the last two games to take a 3-2 series lead with...
    Representative Pramila Jayapal (D-WA) said Monday on MSNBC’s “The Rachel Maddow Show” that her White House meeting with Sens Joe Manchin (D-WV) and Bernie Sanders (I-VT) went well enough for her to predict both the infrastructure and reconciliation bill will pass Congress. Jayapal said, “We’re going to get them both done. We are going to get them done. It is a messy process. Democracy is not always easy. Negotiation is not always easy. There are differences.  Everybody knows there are differences. We have to bridge them, and we got to come together because, at the end of the day, we have to deliver both these bills, the infrastructure bill and Build Back Better Act, to the president’s desk.” She continued, “I have always been happy to talk to anybody. It was great to spend time with Senator Manchin today. I’m not going to get into the details of what we talked about. I think it is important for us to be talking to each other.” Jayapal added, “We’re going to keep having these conversations. I’m back at the White House...
    During a portion of an interview with ABC News aired on Friday’s broadcast of “Good Morning America,” Jim Monkmeyer, the President of Transportation for DHL Supply Chain, predicted that because of the size of the issue with shortages of truck drivers, there will be issues with the domestic supply chain “all the way through” next year. Monkmeyer said, “I think domestically, because the truck driving shortage is such an issue, we’re going to see issues all the way through 2022.” Follow Ian Hanchett on Twitter @IanHanchett
    New Cast! Everything to Know About I Know What You Did Last Summer Series Annuities might be coming to your 401(k) plan. Heres what you need to know It was believed throughout the spring and summer months that the Philadelphia Eagles would trade three-time Pro Bowl tight end Zach Ertz before the start of the season, but no transaction materialized. That changed on Friday, however, when Philadelphia shipped Ertz to the Arizona Cardinals in exchange for cornerback Tay Gowan and a 2022 fifth-round draft pick.  © Bill Streicher-USA TODAY Sports Zach Ertz Less than 24 hours before that trade was confirmed, the Eagles made Ertz a team captain for Thursday's prime-time matchup against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers that Philly lost 28-22 to fall to 2-4 on the season. According to The Athletic's Zach Berman, Ertz knew what was coming before he entered the lineup to face Tampa Bay. Zach Ertz knew last night the trade was going to happen. "We agreed that was special for him." Eagles were willing to risk injury for Ertz to play one more time...
    A DC and Marvel comic book writer says that having a new Superman, who is bisexual, to many people will be "more powerful than a locomotive." "We're going to get some backlash," the award-winning comic book writer Tom Taylor told CNN's John Berman Tuesday, "but the key for me isn't the people that are upset, it is for the people welcomed in by this that say today, this is more powerful than a locomotive." On Monday, coinciding with National Coming Out Day, DC Comics revealed the son of Clark Kent and Lois Lane, Jonathan Kent, has taken over the franchise, and that he is bisexual. He "will soon begin a romantic relationship with a male friend," The New York Times reported. "I promise he will punch a robot, that's just a guarantee," Taylor, who is Australian, said of the new Superman. "He will come up against Lex Luthor," he added, noting that being bisexual "is just something extra that that very important symbol can now represent." Taylor also said that he's seen "so many messages from all over the world,...
    Madi Prewett Revisits Tense ‘AFR’ in Book: When Did She Last Speak to Peter? Berkshire Hathaway Inc. Cl B stock falls Tuesday, underperforms market The best team in the American League is going home before the AL Championship Series. Hey, it happens, particularly against a red-hot, punishing opponent in a best-of-five AL Division Series.  Can Astros cheaters redeem legacy this postseason? USA TODAY SPORTS See more videos SHARE SHARE TWEET SHARE EMAIL What to watch next Daily Cover: Kris Bryants Giant Relief Sports Illustrated Derek Jeter pens letter to 12-year-old self TODAY NWSL faces reckoning amid claims of abuse, sexual misconduct among coaches CBS News For Pete’s Sake, Yankees Aren’t Good Enough: Unchecked Sports Illustrated Minor league pitcher says he mows lawns to make ends meet CBS News Daily Cover: And Were Off! Sports Illustrated Click to expand Replay Video Daily Cover: Kris Bryants Giant Relief The public sees him as a cerulean-eyed Express model and perennial All-Star who led the Cubs to...
    Getty Alim McNeill looks on during the Lions game against the Colts in 2021. The Detroit Lions haven’t had the greatest start to the 2021 season, but regardless of that, the team has made it clear that they are in this fight for the long haul this year. No matter whether it’s the head coach, quarterback or even a rookie defensive lineman, everyone is still pulling the same way for the Lions this season, which has become a big story as the team hasn’t yet found a way to win a game. The latest Lions news straight to your inbox! Join the Heavy on Lions newsletter here! Join Heavy on Lions! Defensive tackle Alim McNeill explained that the Lions continue to fight no matter what because it remains in their nature to do so and the team isn’t conditioned to back down whatsoever. As he said in an interview posted to DetroitLions.com on Wednesday, October 6, the Lions won’t be giving up no matter the circumstances this season and are going to stick together. “Honestly, it’s...
    Three valets fatally struck by vehicle fleeing police in Texas Biden mourns ‘painful milestone’ of 700,000 American COVID-19 deaths Michigan earned its best victory of the 2021 season on Saturday, hammering Wisconsin 38-17, their first victory against the Badgers since 2018 and first in Camp Randall Stadium since 2001. It was a great game that came at the perfect time for a Wolverines team that now finds itself 5-0 for the first time since 2016. Michigan was coming off a game in which it struggled somewhat against Rutgers in a 20-13 win. How did it respond? By taking a 13-10 halftime lead, then outscoring the Badgers 25-7 in the second half. MORE: Graham Mertz injury update: Wisconsin QB questionable to return against Michigan No moment was more indicative of Michigan's dominance on Saturday than Camp Randall's "Jump Around" tradition at the start of the fourth quarter. Instead of having his team stay seated and talk over the fourth-quarter gameplan, coach Jim Harbaugh had them participate, making it work for them: Michigan is having some fun in Wisconsin ???? (via...
    President Joe Biden met Friday with House Democrats amid crucial negotiations over two major pieces of legislation. After that meeting, the president briefly stopped as reporters shouted out questions. “I’m telling you, we’re going to get this done,” he said. Biden turned away to leave as reporters called out asking when it would happen. He turned back and said, “It doesn’t matter when. It doesn’t matter whether it’s in six minutes, six days, or six weeks. We’re going to get it done.” Senators Joe Manchin and Kyrsten Sinema have opposed the $3.5 trillion reconciliation bill, while House progressives want to take that up before the vote on the bipartisan infrastructure deal. CNN correspondent Ryan Nobles reported on air Friday that this is not going to happen today, but “from what the lawmakers are telling us as they exit this room, the president made it clear that he does not need that bipartisan bill passed this week, as what was originally the plan after moderates pushed for that.” BIDEN from inside the room, per a source familiar: “Even a smaller bill...
    An Emmy Award-winning television producer resigned from Ozy Media this summer, after he discovered he was producing a show for the embattled company without there being a network on which to air it. Brad Bessey joined Ozy Media in June 2020, to work on The Carlos Watson Show - a daily, half-hour talk show presented by Watson, who is also Ozy's CEO. He was told repeatedly that the show would be broadcast on the cable channel A&E. But this summer he discovered that there was no agreement with A&E, and that the show would just appear on Ozy's YouTube channel.  Bessey and his team had told guests that they were appearing on a show to be broadcast on A&E, and said he was deeply troubled by the duplicity.  'You are playing a dangerous game with the truth,' he wrote in his resignation email, obtained by The New York Times on Thursday.  'The consequences of offering an A&E show to guests when we don't have one to offer are catastrophic for Ozy and for me.' Brad Bessey, a veteran television producer, was...
    Getty Calvin Ridley #18 of the Atlanta Falcons celebrates his third quarter receiving touchdown against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers with Matt Ryan #2. The Atlanta Falcons enter Week 3 0-2 but there is still a lot of ball left to play, according to quarterback Matt Ryan. Heavy had a one-on-one with the 14-year veteran this week on behalf TravisMathew, an apparel brand that Ryan has been a fan of for a long time. TravisMathew is both a lifestyle and golf apparel brand inspired by the vibes of the California coast, which is why it appeals so much to Ryan. During the interview, Ryan discussed his love for the game of golf and the Falcons’ upcoming game against the New York Giants. Atlanta is fresh off a 48-25 loss to Tom Brady and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. So where do they go from here? Ryan believes only up. “He’s consistent day in and day out,” Ryan said of how first-year head coach Arthur Smith is handling back-to-back losses. “And guys know what to expect from him. I think he’s...
    LOVE Island star Sharon Gaffka has revealed that she was flooded with "violent" messages following her exit from the villa. Sharon, 25, appeared in this summer's series of Love Island and fell victim to aggressive trolls once she had left the show. 3Sharon Gaffka received 'violent' messages after discussing her sexualityCredit: Splash 3The Love Island star also received hurtful comments about her appearanceCredit: ITV The civil servant said the vile messages swamped her inbox after she came out as bisexual. Last month, Sharon spoke publicly about conversations she had with Faye Winter about her sexuality, but claimed they were never aired. In an interview with new! magazine, Sharon now says her comments sparked a "violent" response from trolls. "When I first came out, it was mostly violent messages. People telling me they were going to hurt me or to hurt myself," she said "Now it’s more about my appearance.” Sharon was the fifth person to be dumped from Love Island. While on the show and during a game called Horny Devils, she admitted she...
    Heritage High School: 2 people taken to a hospital after a shooting in Newport News Unemployment in Australia only 4.5%? Wait until I stop laughing Royal sisters Princess Beatrice and Princess Eugenie are taking on motherhood together! © Provided by People Mark Cuthbert/UK Press via Getty Princess Beatrice and Princess Eugenie Eugenie, who welcomed her son August in February, added to the congratulations on Monday after Beatrice announced that she had welcomed her first child, a baby girl, with husband Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi over the weekend. "To my dearest Beabea and Edo⁣, Congratulations on your new angel," Eugenie, 31, wrote on Instagram along with a selfie of her sister and brother-in-law. "I can't wait to meet her and I'm so proud of you. We're going to have so much fun watching our children grow up." © Mark Cuthbert/UK Press via Getty Princess Beatrice and Princess Eugenie Queen Elizabeth's granddaughter also penned a short note to her new niece, whose name has not yet been announced, from her "Auntie Euge." "To my new niece," she wrote. "I love you already...
    DERBY boss Wayne Rooney found out the club were going into administration on TV. The club announced on Friday that they had to file notice to appoint administrators with a failure to identify new owners. 1Rooney praised his side for continuing to be 'professional' despite the financial mess off the pitchCredit: GETTY IMAGES The effects of the Coronavirus pandemic left the club with 'no choice' but to go into administration. And boss Rooney, 35, said he and his players found out watching Sky Sports. He told Sky Sports ahead of Saturday’s home match with Stoke: "I’ve seen it on Sky. "I spoke to (chief financial officer) Stephen Pearce after but initially I saw it on the TV. "I have spoken to Stephen, I haven’t spoken with Mel. I am sure he has got other things on his mind. "The players had no information and they saw it on Sky as well.” Most read in FootballLive BlogHERO GONE England legend Jimmy Greaves passes away at home aged 81 after suffering strokeLive BlogUNITED NEWS Pogba interested in Juventus move, Bruno Fernandes set...
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    Getty Bengals safety Vonn Bell says his team is ready to take over Chicago. The Chicago Bears make their home debut at Soldier Field Week 2 when Joe Burrow and the Cincinnati Bengals come to town. The Bears fell in their Week 1 matchup against the L.A. Rams, 34-14, showing deficiencies on both sides of the ball, while the Bengals pulled off a Week 1 overtime win against the Minnesota Vikings, 27-24. Cincinnati gave up a ton of yards (336) in the passing game, but a stout defensive line bailed the ‘D’ out, sacking Kirk Cousins three times while allowing just 67 yards on the ground. Considering how the Cincy secondary let Minnesota wideouts Adam Thielen, Justin Jefferson and K.J. Osborn combine for 239 yards and two scores, it’s odd Bengals’ starting safety Vonn Bell decided to talk a little smack heading into the teams’ Week 2 matchup. ALL the latest Bears news straight to your inbox! Subscribe to the Heavy on Bears newsletter here! Join Heavy on Bears! Bell: ‘We’re Going to Take Over the City’Bell,...
    The Masked Singer Unveils Season 6 Contestants Baby and Mother Nature DOJ official signals firm stance against killer acquisitions Ohio State coach Ryan Day appears open to a lot of changes to fix his team's defense.  Day said Tuesday at his weekly news conference that the team was "going to look at everything" to improve a defense that has given up a lot of yards to start the season. The No. 9 Buckeyes (1-1) have allowed over 200 yards rushing in each of their first two games of the season and gave up 505 total yards in a 35-28 loss to No. 4 Oregon on Saturday. Day was asked straight-up at his news conference if defensive coordinator Kerry Coombs still had his job. Day didn't hesitate to say yes, but also didn't rule out any options for potential fixes.  "Yes, he’s still the defensive coordinator," Day said. "But we’re going to look at everything and we’re going to seep working towards Tulsa and figure out how the staff is working together, how the scheme works together and then we’ll...
    The Socialist Party of Ireland criticized Democratic New York Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’s attendance at the Met Gala on Monday as police reportedly arrested Black Lives Matter (BLM) protesters just outside of the event. Ocasio-Cortez claimed to be breaking “the fourth wall” and challenging “some of the institutions” while wearing a dress emblazoned with “Tax the Rich” across the back. The Socialist Party’s official account challenged her for going to the event instead of joining alongside the BLM and “defund the police” protesters. “AOC should have been out in the streets not inside the palace,” the official political party’s account tweeted. “Dining with the class enemy, despite whatever good intentions, will alienate you from the working-class.” AOC should have been out in the streets not inside the palace. https://t.co/U3ancrFOas — Socialist Party (@SocialistParty) September 14, 2021 Dining with the class enemy, despite whatever good intentions, will alienate you from the working-class. — Socialist Party (@SocialistParty) September 14, 2021 Police arrested multiple people outside the Metropolitan Museum of Art, which hosts the Met Gala, according to Fox News. Protesters reportedly...
    Brad Pitt, Bradley Cooper tensely watch the mens finals, more celebs at the 2021 US Open Asian markets pull back after Wall Street’s weekly loss © Provided by NBC Sports Replay Video SETTINGS OFF HD HQ SD LO Skip Ad During the practice week, Rams head coach Sean McVay told reporters it would be “naïve” not to prepare for Bears quarterback Justin Fields in some way. It turned out McVay was right. Fields didn’t play many snaps, but Chicago did rotate him in with starter Andy Dalton periodically throughout the 34-14 loss to Los Angeles. This year’s 11th overall pick, Fields was 2-of-2 passing for 10 yards, though one of those completions was a shovel pass. And Fields took a zone-read for a 3-yard touchdown. His first snap came on the Bears’ first drive — a 9-yard pass to receiver Marquise Goodwin. After the game, Bears head coach Matt Nagy said Dalton and Fields were both prepared for the rookie to play. “We had the plan and we stuck to our plan,” Nagy said. “We knew where and when...
    "They told me, 'You cannot film,'" Naqdi said. "They arrested all those who were filming and took their phones." He said Taliban fighters tried to take his camera but he was able to hand it off to someone in the crowd before being dragged away and beaten. After several hours, the journalists were reportedly released and sent away without explanation. "You're lucky you weren't beheaded," the Taliban fighters reportedly told the journalists, according to Naqdi. "We were in so much pain that we couldn't move," Daryabi added. "They see us as enemies." Etilaat Roz journalist Nematullah Naqdi (left) reacts as his colleagues help him wear a shirt in their office in Kabul after being released from Taliban custody. (WAKIL KOHSAR/AFP via Getty Images) Zaki Daryabi, chief of the Etilaat Roz newspaper, confirmed the beating to the AFP, adding that the Taliban's public claims of tolerance are worthless. Dozens of journalists have reportedly been accosted and detained in recent weeks. "This official speech is totally different from the reality that can be observed on the ground," he said.
    His Fraudulency Joe Biden’s spectacular failure to vaccinate the country means only one thing: we’re going to have to learn to live with the coronavirus. Biden had the easiest job in the world: sell a free miracle vaccine during a pandemic. But over and over and over again, he fumbled and stumbled and bumbled, and here we are… About half the country is not fully vaccinated; many are outright refusing, and this probably means no herd immunity, which probably means more variants, which means we’re just going to have to learn to live with the China Flu. Eventually, I suppose, everyone will be infected somehow, and we might achieve herd immunity that way, but only if natural immunity is something that lasts. But who knows what the variants will look like or what the boosters will or won’t do? So other than the unknown, the future is hazy. But the future is always hazy. No one knows what’s up ahead. But one thing we do know is that there’s no quicker way to waste away your life than through the futile...
    President BidenJoe Biden Former ISIS member pleads guilty to kidnappings, deaths of Americans Defense & National Security — The mental scars of Afghanistan Bidens visit wounded service members at Walter Reed MORE on Friday toured some of the devastation levied by Hurricane Ida in Louisiana, where hundreds of thousands of residents are still without power days after the storm passed through. "Folks, I know you’re hurting. I know you’re hurting. Folks in Lake Charles who I visited earlier this year are still hurting from Hurricane Laura. I want you to know, we’re going to be here for you," Biden said, speaking in front of an uprooted tree in LaPlace, La. Biden highlighted the push for energy companies to work to get power back on for residents, and he reiterated his call for private insurance companies to assist those who voluntarily evacuated their homes ahead of the storm. The president toured storm damage and received a briefing on the state of affairs on the ground. Biden also used the opportunity to push for passage of his economic plan, which would include billions of dollars for...
    NEW ORLEANS (AP) — Less than a week after Hurricane Ida ravaged the Gulf Coast, President Joe Biden was in Louisiana on Friday to get an up-close view of the damage and offer assistance from the federal government. The devastation was clear as Air Force One approached New Orleans, with uprooted trees and blue tarps covering shredded houses coming into focus ahead of landing. The path to nearby LaPlace, where Biden was to be briefed by local officials, was dotted with wood poles that held power lines jutting from the ground at odd angles. “I promise we’re going to have your back,” Biden said at the outset of the briefing. Such trips to natural disaster scenes have long been a feature of the U.S. presidency. It’s a moment to demonstrate compassion and show the public that the president is leading during the crisis. It’s also an opportunity to hit pause, however temporarily, from the political sniping that often dominates Washington. In shirtsleeves and boots, Biden was welcomed at the airport by Louisiana Gov. John Bel Edwards, a Democrat. Several Republicans,...
    CHICAGO (CBS) — Gyovanny Arzuaga and Yasmin Perez lost their lives in a violent, high-profile shooting back during Puerto Rican Parade celebrations in Humboldt Park back in June. But beyond that headline are two children left without their mother and father. READ MORE: CPS Emphasizes Unvaccinated Students Will Be Subject To Quarantine Rules If They Travel Their surviving family is working tirelessly to give them what they’ll need to walk this hard road now and in the future. On Thursday night, CBS 2’s Marie Saavedra shared their request for your help to do it. “Prior to June 19th, I think our lives were like this,” said Cherise Schaffner as she gestured with her hands and flipped them around, “and now it just feels like it’s been completely flipped upside down.” Schaffner started out stoic when speaking of the loss of her niece Peres, and that day in Humboldt Park she and boyfriend Arzuaga were shot. But hiding the pain becomes impossible when she speaks of whom they left behind. “It’s been hard,” Schaffner said before breaking down. On June 19,...
    Kelsey Grammer has no qualms revisiting the past. The actor is currently starring in the indie dramedy "Charming the Hearts of Men," which takes place in the politically charged ‘60s. It follows a woman named Grace Gordon (Anna Friel) who returns from the big city to her Southern home after the sudden death of her father. While Gordon attempts to settle his affairs, the grieving daughter soon realizes that she, along with the marginalized women she encounters, have nearly no power without a male provider. With the help of a congressman (Grammer) Gordon aims to make a lasting mark on our nation. 'RAIDERS OF THE LOST ARK' STAR KAREN ALLEN SAYS SHE CHANGED SEDUCTION SCENE FOR THIS REASON "I loved the world that it was in, and I loved that we were going back in time to have a pretty serious conversation about what was going on when they were writing legislation for the 1964 Civil Rights Act," the 66-year-old told Fox News. "I didn’t know a lot about what this character did. We just call him congressman in the...
    NEW ORLEANS (CBSDFW.COM/AP) – Forecasters warned residents along the northern Gulf of Mexico coast to rush preparations Saturday, August 28, ahead of an intensifying Hurricane Ida, which is expected to bring winds as high as 130 mph, life-threatening storm surge and flooding rain when it slams ashore in Louisiana on Sunday. Coastal highways saw heavy traffic as people moved to get out of the path of Ida, which the National Hurricane Center warned could grow to an extremely dangerous Category 4 storm. Trucks pulling saltwater fishing boats and campers streamed away from the coast Interstate 65 in south Alabama. Traffic jams clogged Interstate 10 heading out of New Orleans. READ MORE: Dallas Zoos 31-Year-Old Chimpanzee, Kirk, Passes Away “We’re going to catch it head-on,” said Bebe McElroy, who was preparing to leave her home in the coastal Louisiana village of Cocodrie. “I’m just going around praying, saying, ‘Dear Lord, just watch over us.’” A tropical depression two days earlier, Ida was strengthening so quickly that New Orleans officials said there was no time to organize a mandatory evacuation of the...
    John Stamos Posts Photo from Hospital Bed, Assures Fans Hes All Good Weekend reads: Is your ESG fund really trying to be careful with your money? It's getting harder to be a romantic about world soccer with each passing day. Replay Video SETTINGS OFF HD HQ SD LO Skip Ad The sport's competitive balance is further consolidating into a handful of ultra-clubs, bankrolled by the kind of petrostates, new money oligarchs and avaricious Americans that make you shudder once ankle-deep looking in their means. Now you have Cristiano Ronaldo, whose return to Manchester United, where he won the Premier League three times and the Champions League once and blossomed into at worst a top-five player of all time, should be as triumphant as homecomings get. Instead, it's hard to feel too enthusiastic. Let's shear emotion for a second. Here are the facts. In 2019, Ronaldo admitted in court documents to paying Kathryn Mayorga, a woman who through her lawyers consented to be named, $375,000 in 2010 to settle allegations he sexually assaulted her in Las Vegas in 2009. The...
    Katy Perry Says Her Life "Began" When Daughter Daisy Dove Was Born Hospital beds drying up as cases rise in several states; California professor sues to avoid vaccine: Latest COVID-19 updates © Provided by NBC Sports Replay Video SETTINGS OFF HD HQ SD LO Skip Ad The Patriots had a glut of running backs, and the Rams had a rash of injuries at running back, and so when New England sent Sony Michel to Los Angeles, it wasn’t a big surprise. But it was a surprise to Michel himself. Michel told reporters today that he had no idea he might be traded, according to Greg Beacham of the Associated Press. Although Michel said the terminology he’s learning in the Rams’ offense is quite a bit different from that in New England’s offense, he’s ready to give them whatever they need. “I’m just going to try to be the best version of me,” he said. “Whatever they ask.” They may ask him to be the top ball carrier as soon as Week One. Sony Michel had no idea Patriots were...
    "I feel like I watched a different speech than the rest of you guys. I was appalled," Zeller continued. "There was such a profound bold-faced lie in that speech — the idea that we planned for every contingency? I have been personally trying to tell this administration, since it took office, I've been trying to tell our government for years that this was coming. We sent them plan after plan on how to evacuate these people. Nobody listened to us. They didn't plan for the evacuation of our Afghan wartime allies; they're trying to conduct it now at the 11th hour." Zeller's reprimand continued, saying that what the Biden administration was "most concerned about was the optics" and that they "had all the people and equipment in place to be able to save these people months ago, and we did nothing." Levin agreed with Zeller, adding his own thoughts on why America must get those Afghans we know assisted our military out of the country. "Some [are saying] that since we can't vet all...
    Tucker Carlson hit out at Nancy Pelosi for going maskless at a lavish Democrat fundraiser where all servers were made to cover their faces.  The Fox News Host blasted the Speaker of the House of Representatives on his show Monday night, after images of Pelosi at Sunday's Napa bash - which cost up to $29,000 to attend - appeared online. Carlson said: 'This is footage shot at a Democratic fund-raiser yesterday morning in Napa just north of San Francisco. Nancy Pelosi was there and has an estate right nearby. So were other Democratic officials on the party's biggest donors.  'They paid $30,000 per ticket to be there. Now looking at the picture, the first thing you notice about the group other than how strikingly homogenous and non-diverse it is, is that none of them are wearing masks.  'They are breathing all the fresh air they like as if it's 2019 again. The only people there wearing masks are their servants, the faceless brown serfs scurrying back and forth to bring them things.  'There's nothing worse than having the help breathe...
    Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin refused to commit to evacuating every American and Afghan Special Immigrant Visa (SIV) holder from Afghanistan during a Sunday appearance on ABC’s “This Week.” “We’re going to try our very best to get everybody, every American citizen who wants to get out, out. We continue to look at different ways and creative ways to reach out and contact American citizens and help them get into the airfield,” Austin told ABC’s Martha Raddatz. Austin described SIV holders as “very important to us,” but would not commit to extending President Joe Biden’s self-imposed Aug. 31 deadline to withdraw all American troops from Afghanistan if American citizens and SIV holders remain trapped in-country. “We’re going to continue to assess the situation and work as hard as we can to get as many people out as possible. As we approach that deadline, we’ll make a recommendation to the president,” he said. Austin added that the Taliban “has been allowing people to pass safely through” to the airport, “if you have an American passport, if you have the right credentials,”...
    Former Gen. David Petraueus warns in a new interview about the risks of Al Qeda reemerging in Afghanistan, and criticizes the Biden Administration's withdrawal from a conflict he served in as premature. Petraeus, who helped formulate the counterinsurgency strategy believed to have helped the U.S. cultivate allies on the ground and ultimately pull back from Iraq, defended some of the nation's efforts at what critics call 'nation-building' – even as he allowed much of what the U.S. did was 'overbuilt.' The former CIA director said without U.S. trainers or advisors on the ground, terrorist threats could reemerge. 'It’s easy to say, “You got Osama Bin Laden. What are you hanging around for?”' he told the New Yorker in an extended interview. 'It’s easy to say, “You got Osama Bin Laden. What are you hanging around for?”' Gen. David Petraeus told the New Yorker in an extended interview 'Well, because Al Qaeda will be back. If there is one thing we should have learned in the last twenty years of war, it’s that if you don’t keep an eye on...
    By Michael George / CBS News WINNETKA, Ill. (CBS News) — Scarlett Harper is fearless, especially when it comes to bees. READ MORE: While Some Are Seeing Tax Refunds From IRS Months Later At Last, A Group Steps In To Help Those Who Still Arent When the 11-year-old Winnetka resident learned the bees in her neighborhood were being wiped out by mosquito pesticides, she launched a campaign to save them. “Go make some phone calls, get some state reps on board, let’s do this!” she said on Instagram in May. Harper helped create the “Bee Bill,” officially known as Illinois HB 3118, with State Representative Robyn Gabel. It aims to restrict mosquito control pesticides that can be lethal to bees. After cold-calling lawmakers, Harper was able to secure 22 co-sponsors — and the bill made it out of the state’s Energy and Environment Committee with a unanimous 29-0 vote. “Bees are completely vital to humans,” she said. “They pollinate a third of our food supply, and without them, we really can’t survive.” Harper’s parents say...
    Buffalo Bills offensive lineman Dion Dawkins was removed from the Covid-19 reserve list last week, but a long road remains before he’ll be ready to regain his starting job. Dawkins spoke with reporters Tuesday and shared some of the scary details from his battle with Covid. “I don’t want to like scare anybody, but there was moments that I was like, I don’t know if I’m gonna make this,” Dawkins said, via video shared by Jon Scott of Spectrum News 1. “I was down bad, I was down bad where I could barely move and I was just hurting.” “I don’t want to scare anybody, but there were moments where I was like ‘I don’t know if I’m going to make this.'” Dion Dawkins incredibly open and honest about his battle with COVID, one that had him in the hospital 4 days. “Life can be over before you know it.”#Bills pic.twitter.com/aXD2UqToFT — Jon Scott (@JonScottTV) August 17, 2021 The 27-year-old offensive lineman said he did get vaccinated this summer, but he tested positive less than 14 days after...